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Promoting the e-waste ban were (L-R) Amanda Neilson (Sustainability Victoria), Steve McGhie (Member for Melton) and Moorabool Council CEO Derek Madden. Photo: Helen Tatchell

Electronic waste ban

By Meg Kennedy Shire being awarded more than $160,000 in November repurposed for use in new batteries, electronics,
2018 to upgrade the e-waste collection infrastructure at homewares and even jewellery.
The Bacchus Marsh and Ballan Transfer Stations are the transfer stations. Cr Tatchell said the new upgrades allow council to
now among 1000 sites in Victoria to become drop-off
The upgrades forms part of the Victorian Government’s “welcome the opportunity to provide residents with a
points for old and unusable electronic devices, batteries
$16.5 million investment to help councils across the state free and easy option to dispose of their e-waste in a way
and white goods, following the State Government’s
ban on e-waste items becoming part of landfill sites upgrade their e-waste collection and storage facilities, that will not impact negatively on the environment.”
from July 1. as well provide education programs to support the ban E-waste is the fastest-growing stream of waste
Member for Melton Steve McGhie, Moorabool Shire of e-waste to landfills. worldwide, covering everything from old mobile
CEO Derek Madden and Moorabool Mayor Cr Paul The designated e-waste area of the Bacchus Marsh phones, computers, audio devices, refrigerators and
Tatchell, along with representatives of Sustainability transfer station separates electronic devices and other white goods, hair dryers, TVs, heaters, fans and
Victoria inspected the new addition to the Bacchus materials such as batteries and old lightglobes into air-conditioners.
Marsh transfer station last Friday, June 2, following the separate containers to be disassembled, sorted and (continued page 4)

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A class ‘Act’ ‘Act III’

By Bob Carey-Grieve

An extract from the short story ‘Act III’ by Bob

By Meg Kennedy
Carey-Grieve, winner of the ‘Best Local Entry’
It was a journey worthy of its own Award at the Peter Carey Short Story awards.
narrative that led Ballan resident Bob
Carey-Grieve (pictured) to win the “So, no regrets?” The visitor arches his eyebrows. You know what
inaugural ‘Best Local Entry Award’ I mean they frown.
at this year’s Peter Carey Short Story “Yesterday something or other mattered, today it matters less.
Awards. Tomorrow no-one will even know I existed. No-one will remember
‘Act III’ is a poignant, fleeting journey you. How does that make you feel?”
between two men reminiscing about a The visitor didn’t answer.
past life, taking the place of the student “I have come to the same conclusions as I think most do. I have
and the teacher; the younger man my own private shames. I have suffered public humiliation. I have
learns from his elderly counterpart done things that I am not proud of but who hasn’t?” And at this,
nearing the end of his life, questioning he fixes the visitor with a questioning stare.
what it all meant.
The foreigner felt suddenly exposed, naked under the spotlight.
Mr Carey-Grieve says the inspiration
He unthinkingly drew a blanket over his knees and visibly relaxed.
behind writing ‘Act III’ was his own
“I only wish I hadn’t wasted so much time, but I suspect everyone
thinks this at the end. I wish I had read more books, tried more fine
A double stroke at just 42-years old
wines, travelled more but these are pointless things to dwell on.
in 2016 led to the discovery of a hole
You are young, and yet I think you know what I speak of?”
in his heart a year later, which then
led to the discovery of a bowel cancer The visitor broke off his interrogating stare at the look the
tumour; taking Mr Carey-Grieve on a foreigner threw him, only regaining himself after a sip of bitter tea.
journey of self-reflection and mortality He resumed his watch through the chip on the cup’s rim.
during his chemotherapy treatments. The foreigner laughed and wiped his mouth with the back of his
These themes resonate throughout hand. “The other week, I thought to myself, I should stop to smell
his short story, retaining an impact the flowers more. And so, I did. I went to the park down there”
long after the last word is drawn. he said, gesturing to the window that framed the dimming light
“A lot of the questions of starting to behind the forest, “and I spent an afternoon smelling flowers.
maybe feel a few creaks…you hope Geraniums, Hydrangeas, Freesia, Gladiolas. Do you know what
that sort of translates when you put I learnt? I am not particularly fond of the perfume of flowers. I
the pen to paper,” he says, mentioning knew that already. Just more time wasted. So, in the end, we use
the idea of the “dramatic finale” that our time as we always would have, as it makes sense to us at the
is cemented throughout the last act of time. No point regretting who you are or what you did. Or more
operas. in it, but it was just way to kind of sense of community a smaller town importantly, what you didn’t do. Might as well regret being born.
“I was trying to challenge myself a get myself back in the game and start like Ballan brings. Some things just can’t be helped.”
bit this year and read some subjects I making a few submissions…to get an Mr Carey-Grieve’s next goal is more “Can’t they?” The visitor clenched his teeth, this was pushing the
might not have normally considered acknowledgment on the first foray physical than literary, currently foreigner too fast too soon.
and listening to some operas…the idea back into writing was pretty good.” spending his early mornings training “Do you know what Chrysanthemums are supposed to
of the dramatic finale in the last act was Originally from Scotland, Mr Carey- for the Run Melbourne event on 28
resonating when you’re having some symbolise?” said the foreigner ignoring the question. He didn’t
Grieve moved with his family to July.
thoughts about your own mortality.” wait, giving the answer himself. “Love. Do you know what a rose
Ballan two years ago from Footscray.
So far Mr Carey-Grieve has raised symbolises?”
Mr Carey-Grieve say it was “a very He met his Australian wife, Bec, in the
pleasant surprise” when he found over $3,500 for the Stroke Foundation “Love?” Said the visitor with some uncertainty.
1990s whilst he was studying as an art
out he had won the inaugural award, to help raise awareness that strokes “Love”, confirmed the foreigner. “What about a Tulip? Do you
student in Glasgow. After re-kindling
sharing at the ceremony that it was his their relationship, the pair spent seven can happen at any age, irrespective of know what they symbolise too?”
son, Casper, who inspired him to give years in Glasgow and started a family, health and fitness. “I’m guessing love.”
the competition a go. but decided it was time to head back You can donate to the Stroke “And you would be correct. Love comes in all sorts of different
“To be honest, it was like dipping a to Australia. Foundation via Bob’s fundraising shapes and sizes and colours. Who are we to judge, which is the
toe back in the water after a bit of a “We’ve been out in Ballan for two- link at https://runmelbourne2019. right way to love or to live? Love is complicated am I’m sure a
hiatus,” he says. years now, and it’s kind of become young fellow like you knows. I always had the best intentions.”
“I wasn’t expecting to do very well home,” he says, commenting on the grieve-running-into-the-bin.

Accused admits to not making smart decisions

By Caitlin Bewley unrelated matter.
(2nd Yr Swinburne Uni) Upon being intercepted, police said
Rowlands allegedly became “abusive and
lient: Cross Roads Trading “Kidnapped and bashed” was a man’s uncooperative”, Rowlands telling police that
ultimate reasoning when caught by police
ate: 20/12/17
ock Up No.: 3 he had been “kidnapped and bashed” prior
driving intoxicated on a busy Bacchus Marsh to being pulled over.
road. “I was in control of what I was doing but I
Stormy Rowlands was travelling east along wasn’t making smart decisions,” Rowlands
the Main Street of Bacchus Marsh when he told Magistrate Ron Saines. “I’m just trying
was intercepted by police. to get my life back together. I accept all
Prosecutor Senior Constable Lisa responsibility.”
Schoemaker told the Bacchus Marsh Rowlands was suspended from driving for
Magistrates court on Friday 14 June, that a period of 11-months, he was also issued a
police intercepted Rowlands because they $750 fine with an additional $82.40 in court
recognised his registration from an earlier, costs.

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Third time …
When discarded into landfill, electronic items
can become dangerous to the environment, but
it is estimated 90 percent of materials from old
laptops, mobile phones, televisions and other

devices can be recycled or reused.
“We’re making sure Victorian households
understand what e-waste is and how they can
dispose of it properly, so it doesn’t end up in the
rubbish,” said Mr McGhie. By Caitlin Bewley
“We’re boosting the number of collection sites (2nd Yr Swinburne Uni)
available across the state, so all Victorians have
access to a drop-off point close to home.” Illicit drug use and then jumping behind the car wheel was
not the smartest thing to do and turned out it was a common
Sustainability Victoria confirmed to the
occurrence for a woman who appeared in the Bacchus Marsh
Moorabool News that although the recycling
Magistrate’s court on Friday 7 June.
process will destroy all data still on electronic
Meghan Kavanagh faced Magistrate Gregory Robinson for
devices, the government body “recommends
her third stint of drug driving.
people reset and erase all data from their e-waste
items such as phones or laptops before dropping Kavanagh was intercepted by police on February 10 and was
it off at an e-waste drop off point to be recycled.” asked to undergo a preliminary oral fluid test, which came
back positive to methamphetamine.
“E-waste that is collected as part of the state-
wide ban will be stored securely, and all data When interviewed by police, the accused said she was
is destroyed in the dismantling process,” said a “taking her friend to the bank”.
spokesperson. “It’s a gap in the law that you can come in a third time and I
SV also said that the Bacchus Marsh Transfer can only impose a fine,” Magistrate Robinson said.
Station “is fully secure and locked outside of “I take full responsibility and I hope I can learn to stop
open hours to ensure theft does not occur.” [using drugs],” Kavanagh said.
More information on the e-waste ban in Batteries are also included in the e-waste ban as Moorabool Mayor Cr The accused’s licence was suspended for 12-months and
Moorabool is on Council’s website. Paul Tatchell shows. Photo – Helen Tatchell issued a fine of $1800 with an additional $82.40 in court costs.

From 1st July, e-waste will no longer

be accepted in any bin.
To learn more visit
or contact your local council

Your nearest e-waste drop-off point is:

Bacchus Marsh – Osborne Street
Ballan - Monteville Lane Council

Authorised by the Victorian Government, 1 Treasury Place, Melbourne.

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49th Bacchus Marsh Rotary ART SHOW Photos - Helen Shilton

Prizes 2019
Diana Gibson Award for the Best Oil Painting in the Show
First Prize: Gregory R. Smith for “Fignerola, Illyarrie & Old Rocker”
Second Prize: Peter Tankey for “Light Trap”
Diana Gibson Award for the Best Watercolour in the Show
First Prize: Julie Simmons for “The Unity”
Second Prize: Malcolm Webster for “Blenheim Palace”
Diana Gibson Award for the Best any other Medium in the Show
Winner: Chris Rowe for “Pockets of History 2018”
Second Prize: Nonnian Lier for “Sunday Lunch”
Best Artwork by Local Artist
Winner: Kathy Kay for “Staughton Vale Stud, Vic.”
Best Small Painting
Winner: Glenn Hoyle for “Sunset” Best Local Content - Colin Palethorpe Best Local Artist Painting - by Kathy Kay
Bacchus Marsh Community Bank Best 21 Years and Under
Winner: Shannon Craggill for “Untouched”
Maddingley Brown Coal Local Content Prize
Winner: Colin Palethorpe for “Werribee Gorge Cliff”
Best Photograph
Winner: Elizabeth Parsons for “Raven Black (Palladium Print)”
Second Prize: Natalie Uscinas for “Bark and Moss” - $100
Grow West - Landcare- Acquisitive
*Justin Horne – Chairman Grow West Implementation Committee –
to present prize* Alison Durham for “Blue Bird”
2019 Moorabool Shire Acquisitions
Annee Kelly‘s “Buxton Reborn” and
Vicki McKoy‘s “Evening Sparkle”
People’s Choice Prize Bacchus Marsh Community Bank Prize for Best
Local Artist Nerrida Parfitt for “Coleraine Melancholy” Artwork 21 Years and Under - Shannon Craggill with
1st Prize photograph – Elizabeth Parsons Manager Ian Prince and Rotary President Lita Foot

People’s Choice award – Local artist

Best Local Artist - Kathy Kay Leianne Ivankovic – artist in residence Nerrida Parfitt First Prize Oil Painting - Gregory R. Smith

Grow West Landscape Prize - Alison Durham 1st Prize Any Other Medium - Chris Rowe 1st Prize Watercolour Painting - by Julie Simmons

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Winner of the Best Beard, for the second consecutive year, Nigel Bullamore is hardly a Scruffy Fella. Photo – Helen Tatchell

Bearded man goes back-to-back

By Meg Kennedy With his beard coming in at 18-inches, one would assume We’ve chosen aromas that are what we consider ‘guy-friendly’
that Mr Bullamore would be in with a fair chance at (candle names include ‘Man Cave’ and ‘Hay Shed’), so they
You could say that the competition has ‘grown on him’. competitions around the world. are ones that guys will actually like and utilise, instead of
Ballan local Nigel Bullamore was again crowned with the Although international beard competitions exist, such as just liking the ones that the ladies come home with!”
Best Beard at the annual ‘Beard and Stache’ competition in the World Beard and Moustache Championships in New Candles and flower diffusers may not have once been
Ballarat last month for the second-year in a row. Zealand, as well as in Germany and Texas, the Ballarat traditionally male-targeted products, but Mr Bullamore said
The competition, held at Hop Temple in Ballarat as part of competition is closer to home for the small business owner. it is “absolutely” important to him to help break the stigma
the Ballarat Heritage Weekend on Saturday, 25 May, brings “Maybe one day [I’ll enter], but I’d like to even just go and around grooming and fragrance for men.
the longest and sharpest beards and moustaches from across visit the New Zealand championships [in 2021], which would “There’s always been this stigma with guys to the ‘masculine’
the state and country across a variety of categories. be great.” and that you don’t need to look after your skin…I come from
As well as maintaining his locks, Mr Bullamore is the owner a cosmetics and makeup background as well, so that’s where
Mr Bullamore said his win for the second time “was
of men’s grooming company Scruffy Fella, a regular at the my love started,” he said.
definitely unexpected”.
KITCHENbecause GARDEN Ballan Farmers Market. “I’ve always seen the importance myself, and have always
“I was surprised there were a lot of a bigger beards, wanted my own range of products.”
The Scruffy Fella brand recently branched into the candle
bigger competition than last
Our fantastic trained staff year,” he said.
teach students how to grow,
Our Mission harvest, prepare and share fresh, nutritious food. STEPHANIE market ALEXANDER with the ‘Fella Flame’, as well as a line of fragrances Although there may have been a stigma in the past, he
“I think because the competition is getting more well- GARDEN
KITCHEN and a flower diffuser. insisted that men’s grooming is now “very popular; beards
knownOur missionnow is it’s
FACILITIES in its the
to develop fourth
potentialyear, each year it goes byOur
of individual there’s Mr staff
fantastic trained Bullamore said
teach students howthe idea came about after previously
to grow, are popular, and the stigma has disappeared.”
students so they can maximise educational opportunities
more and
in order toWe more
playhave impressive
an active beards
part infacilities
civic and that
ateconomic come
Gordon PS. along!”
life. 2016 has
harvest, prepare and share fresh, nutritious food.
working for a company with candles but confessed it was the “Guys need to look after themselves and be proud of how
Mr Bullamore seen the said he went
construction of two innew
with the same
classrooms approach as partners of his customers that he had in mind.
and the they look as well.”
installation of our indoor and outdoor courting surfaces. FACILITIES
last Our year but
Purpose professed his entry in the popular
These compliment the beautiful old 1882 school building competition
We have wonderful “The honest
facilities truth
at Gordon PS.of why
2016 has I bought them out was not only Scruffy Fella frequents the Ballan Farmers Market as well
is To“just for andfun”.
benefit our community greatly.
develop academic excellence. because
seen the construction of two I loved
new them,
classrooms but
and thewhile men are having something as the Gisborne and Talbot Markets, and also has an online
ANIE a good
ALEXANDER day out and I really
To develop fundamental values, social and emotional
enjoy it. I enjoy the crowd to look at when they come into my market stall, the wives are
installation of our indoor and outdoor courting surfaces.
These compliment the beautiful old 1882 school building
and benefit ourbusy candles!” he said.
skills. To to
out with a few
well-being for mates
a healthyand get to go through community You can follow Scruffy Fella on Facebook for more
all the and different beers they have at Hop Temple.” “I do love them, and they are a big part of my business now. information and updates.
stic lifestyle.
trained staffDeveloping
teach students resilience,
how to grow, confidence, social skills and much
prepare share fresh, nutritious food.
more has been the focus of our camps program for many
To foster individual creative expression. CAMPS PROGRAM

years. From prep day stays to grade six Canberra trips,
Developing resilience, GORDON PRIMARY
confidence, social skills and muchSCHOOL


our camps program continues to be very successful.
rwonderful facilities
Values at Gordon PS. 2016 has
construction of two new classrooms and the
more has been the focus of our camps program for many

on of our indoor and outdoor courting surfaces.
years. From prep day stays to grade six Canberra trips,


We have
mpliment core old
the beautiful elements
1882 thatbuilding
school form an integral of our our camps program continues to be very successful.
efit our community
school greatly.
We understand the community need for Before and After
breakfast | lunch | functions
school supervision in•Gordon. Operating onsite and open

• Responsibility
to all community members, children are provided with We understand the community need for Before and After

• Respect
ng resilience, • Freedom
confidence, social skills and much

expert care and a great program, oh… don’t’ forget the school supervision in Gordon. Operating onsite and open
been the focus of our camps program for many
• Acceptance cooked • Integrity
om prep day stays to gradebreakfast!
six Canberra trips, to all community members, children are provided with
• Honesty
continues to be very successful. • Fair Go

s program
expert care and a great program, oh… don’t’ forget the
• Doing Your Best cooked breakfast!


Students demonstrate theseandvalues
Afterin classrooms,

rstand the community need for Before
play areas,
pervision on excursions
in Gordon. andand
Operating onsite in open
the community.
mmunity studentschildren
are highly respected
are provided with and well known for

If you have a community

re and a great program, oh… don’t’ forget
their excellent behaviour and manners. the
We believe that everyone has the right and

story contact
responsibility to
• Learn without disruption
• Be treated with courtesy and respect
• Work in a clean and safe environment
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Age Well Live Well

Age Well Live Well
Meet our Positive Ageing Advisory
Meet our Positive Ageing Advisory
The Positive Ageing Advisory Committee has been established to provide expert advice to Moorabool Shire Council concerning strategic or
policy issues, enhance communication Mike
is an experienced
Council and
and committee
the community and complement other elements
Nolaofwas born in Moorabool
community Shire and
has lived here most of her life. Nola is
For more information about Council’s Positive Ageing Advisory Committee call Claire Conlon on 5366 7100.
who enjoys learning and sharing his a volunteer at a hospital and has
Mike is anand knowledge.facilitator,
experienced Mike feels Nolarecently retired
was born from her work
in Moorabool Shireinand
his passion
board memberfor anddeveloping
member secondary
has lived hereschool
most ofadministration.
her life. Nola is
ageing strategies
who enjoys will and
learning add sharing
value tohis
the Sheaisvolunteer
keen to work with theand
at a hospital Committee
Mike Committee's
experience and aims and outcomes.
knowledge. Mike feels in developing
recently Age
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for developing with
positive Moorabool school
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ageing strategies Positive
Moorabool's will add value to the
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points to work
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Mike Committee's
community aims and outcomes.
by addressing physical and from Ballan andingetting
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to people to let
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mental forward
well being to working
needs withthe
to achieve Moorabool
them know by what
listening to differing
is available.
Moorabool's Positive
best community outcomes. Ageing Nola points of view, gauging what is needed
community by addressing physical and from Ballan and getting information to people to let
mental well being needs to achieve the them know what is available.
Sheila has worked for over 30 years in best community outcomes.
Graeme is looking forward to using his
the community sector , is a nationally life experience participating in the
accredited mediator and a Justice of creation of operation and work
Sheila has worked for over 30 years in Graeme is looking forwardand
to using
the Peace. procedures, schedules safetyhis
the community sector , is a nationally life experience
Sheila feels she can make a valued programs to goodparticipating in the of
use as a member
accredited mediator and a Justice of
contribution to the Shire and be an
the Peace.
Sheila creation of operation and work
the Committee.
advocate for improvements particularly
Sheila feels she can make a valued
from Bacchus procedures, schedules and safety
He feels that the creation of this Graeme
programs to good use as a member of
in the areas of access, services and Marsh committee will assist in formulating from Bacchus
contribution to the Shire and be an
the social aspect for isolated residents,
Sheila the Committee.
programs and activities for Moorabool
advocate for improvements particularly
particularly in the rural areas of
from Bacchus He feels that the creation of this
Seniors, and increase awareness of
in the areas of access, services and Marsh committee will assist in formulating from Bacchus
Moorabool. community programs available.
the social aspect for isolated residents, programs and activities for Moorabool Marsh
particularly in the rural areas of Seniors, and increase awareness of
Moorabool. community programs available.
Anneli brings experience as a member June is a retired teacher who has
and past Chair of the Board of served on many committees, had a
Anneli of an Aged
brings experience asCare and
a member diverse
June islife and has
a retired just completed
teacher who has a
Retirement facility which included Diploma
and past Chair of the Board of served on in teaching
many English had
committees, as aa
dementia care.
Management She
of an hasCare
Aged life long
and second language. June feels the a
diverse life and has just completed
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facility to many
which included needs of older generation aren'tasmuch
Diploma in teaching English a
multicultural and art organisations
has life longat
dementia care.
local, state, national
and international
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from Bacchus important
interest issues for
in mental older
health people
and in
She looks forward
extensive to skills.
being a member
Marsh She hopes to Moorabool.
have an input into the
of the Committee and utilising her
important issues for older people in
extensive skills.
Community minded Adrian has been A recently retired OHS Manager and
president of Bacchus Marsh U3A for Quality Circles Facilitator, advocating
Community theminded Adrian has been
past 5 years. A recently
for changesretired OHS Manager
to processes and
in industrial
president of Bacchus Marsh
Adrian is looking forward U3A for
to being a Quality Circles Facilitator, advocating
settings, Joan is looking forward to
the past 5 years.
part of the Positive Ageing Advisory for changes
giving back to
to processes
the Community in industrial
Adrian is looking forward two
to being settings, Joan being
is looking forward to
Committee to develop way a she loves a part of.
part of the Positive Ageing Advisory giving back to the Community
Joan’s skills and experience will enable which
communication as to the issues and
Committee to develop two way hershe lovespositive
being ainput
part of. Joan
concerns that affect people in
communication as to the issues and
this Adrian Joan’s
to have
skills and experience
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age group and how the Age Well Live Joan
concerns that affect people in this
Well Strategy can help them. Adrian
from Bacchus her to have positive input
become a very positive Age Friendlyto the Park
from Hopetoun
age group and how the Age Well Live Marsh Committeeplaceto enable the Shire to
to live.
from Bacchus become a very positive Age Friendly Park
Well Strategy can help them. Marsh place to live.

The Positive Ageing Advisory Committee has been established to provide expert advice to
the Council concerning strategic or policy issues, enhance communication between Council
The Positive Ageing Advisory Committee has been established to provide expert advice to
and the community and complement other elements of community engagement.
the Council concerning strategic or policy issues, enhance communication between Council Mail PO Box 18, Ballan, Vic 3342
and more
For the community andabout
information complement other
Moorabool elements
Shire of community
Council's engagement.
Positive Ageing Advisory group Ballan 15 Stead St, Ballan
please go to Moorabool Shire Council website- Positive Ageing Advisory committee or Bacchus Marsh 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh
For more information about Moorabool Shire Council's Positive Ageing Advisory group Darley 182 Halletts Way, Darley
call Claire Conlon on 5366 7100.
please go to Moorabool Shire Council website- Positive Ageing Advisory committee or
call Claire Conlon on 5366 7100.
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By Meg Kennedy
Wintery art
Dreams during the winter
season may evoke a vari-
ety of images for many; hot
soup, hot-water bottles, Ugg-
boots and woodfires are just
some that come to mind.

Poor health,
The dreams of local artists
will be on display for the rest
of the month as part of the

poor decisions
B-Mac Art Gallery’s ‘Winter
Dreams’ exhibit.
This month’s exhibition,
hosted by the Bacchus
Marsh Arts Council, was
devised back in January and By Caitlin Bewley (2nd Yr Swinburne Uni)
will be on exhibit for the rest A woman with ‘declining health’ attended the Bacchus
of June. Marsh Magistrate’s court on Friday 14 June, pleading guilty
Showcasing artworks all to multiple charges of unlicensed driving.
from local artists, B-Mac
It was alleged Lynette Allan reversed into a parked car
Gallery committee member
outside the Turner Street Medical Centre (Bacchus Marsh)
Bev Baker said the exhi- Photos Helen Tatchell
with her Subaru sedan on 6 October 2018.
bition is made of “mixed including ‘Hand Made’, ‘B-
works”, ranging from oils, Prosecutor Senior Constable Lisa Schoemaker told the court
Mac Mini Archibald Prize’, a witness saw the incident and contacted police, with Allan
water colours, potter, glass ‘Loving Moorabool’ and the
plates and more. proceeding into the clinic once parked.
‘Christmas Shop’, as well as When police attended the scene, the accused was asked
The theme aims to repre- private exhibits by local art-
sent what “the artist may be to present identification and provided her Working with
ists Alison Durham, Sandra Children’s Check instead of her driver’s licence.
thinking or dreaming of on a Pelly, Carolyn Aldred, Les-
cold winter’s day,” although Schoemaker said police believed Allan appeared to be
ley Rosochodski, and Ri Van
Ms Baker adds the exhibitors affected by alcohol, which then resulted in a preliminary
have been given a range of breath test which came back positive.
B-Mac Gallery, established
creative freedoms. Allan was taken to the Bacchus Marsh police station and
in 2016 by Bacchus Marsh
Ms Baker said she hoped at- admitted to drinking wine prior to driving, having a 0.113%
Arts Council, is managed by
tendees would leave the ex- blood alcohol reading when tested.
a small group of volunteers
hibit “feeling inspired by our Ten weeks later on 23 December 2018, Allan was intercepted
and artists that showcase
work and to open people’s by police on Nelson Street in her Subaru, unlicensed.
their work throughout the
eyes to the many very tal- A preliminary breath test was conducted which came back
ented people that are around positive, Allan had a blood alcohol reading of 0.096% on this
our area.” Ms Baker said the last
12-months have seen the occasion.
“Creating something with The accused’s car was subsequently impounded, and upon
Council “have continuing
our hands is a wonderful being interviewed, she admitted to having consumed half a
way to relax and express growth and [are] building
a large team of local and litre of wine that morning.
ourselves and we would rounds to visit us.” her water colour technique
nearby artists whose talent on Friday, 28 June from 10am In court the prosecution said Allan told police she “only
love to think people may be As for the future, Ms Baker
is amazing.” to 5pm. drove a kilometre” and that “no one else [could] drive [her].”
inspired to go home and try said the Arts Council is
something themselves…of “Our program is put togeth- planning to “add workshops The ‘Winter Dreaming’ ex- Allan’s lawyer told the court of her client’s declining health,
course we would also love er at the start of the year and at the gallery for interested hibit is located at B-Mac Gal- saying that it had “significantly gone downhill” since her
them to take home a piece of contains and full calendar of locals that are run by our lery on the Bacchus Marsh first marriage.
original art for their home,” exhibitions, both public and artists over morning tea.” Village Shopping Centre Magistrate Ron Saines said, “This is serious offending of
she said. private,” said Ms Baker. Artists will be attending complex (near Anytime Fit- continuous drink driving.” “The lead up to your senior years
The gallery will be hold- “There are many amaz- the ‘Winter Dreams’ exhibit ness) and is open Monday- have become devalued by poor health and poor decisions by
ing four general exhibitions ing pieces on display, and throughout every day of its Friday from 10am to 5pm, you,” he said.
throughout the remainder we would love the people run, with local artist Leianne and on weekends from Allan was issued a 12-month community corrections order,
of the year, with themes of Bacchus Marsh and sur- Ivankovic demonstrating 10am–3pm. along with over $1200 in fines.
Email -  The Moorabool News – 25 June, 2019 Page 9

Guardian of the children retires

By Meg Kennedy

After 16-years of service,

school crossing supervisor
Barbara Caisley put down
her stop sign for the final
time last week.
Ms Caisley could often
be seen in the mornings at
the Albert Street crossing
at Darley Primary School,
where many commented on
her positive attitude and care
for the students.
Ms Caisley said she

Feisty court appearance

originally started her work
as a crossing supervisor not
just because she loves the
children, but she “needed
the money for patching!”
As for her retirement plans, By Caitlin Bewley 13-years of abuse since I bought the
Ms Caisley said she plans to (2nd Yr Swinburne Uni) property.”
“take it easy.” “The council is enticing violence, I haven’t
“I don’t have any plans to An agitated and angry 53-year-old man done a thing since I bought the place,”
travel or anything…but I attended the Bacchus Marsh Magistrate’s Aquilina said.
will be looking after my court in a dishevelled state to contest
During his hearing, Aquilina was speaking
husband, and I am member multiple charges on Friday 14 June.
over the prosecution whilst the summary
of the hospital auxiliary Love Close resident Godwin Aquilina
LAST DAY – Barbara Caisley has ‘stopped’ being a morning was being read, the accused continued to
op-shop, the CWA and the appeared before Magistrate Ron Saines to
crossing supervisor. Photo - MSC repeat statements reiterating that he “hasn’t
Bacchus Marsh Friendship hear the charges against him, all of which
done anything wrong”.
Quilters,” she said. A spokesperson for Darley Primary School occurred in 2018 and involved the Moorabool
Shire Council. The accused’s lawyer told the court that her
Although her first name is Barbara, Ms said the school community “has been
client was involved in a serious car accident
Caisley is fondly known to many of the fortunate to have such a dedicated and The most recent incident occurred on
in 1996 where he sustained serious injuries,
students as ‘Anne’, which she said was due to caring crossing supervisor in Barbara.” August 14 last year when Aquilina failed to
remove rubbish, at the request from Council, saying this was the “catalyst for everything
her full name being ‘Barbara Anne’. “Our crossing supervisors really brighten
which was dumped outside his property. falling apart.”
“Most people call me Anne, but for official everyone’s day with their friendly greetings,
business it is Barbara.” and Barbara has done a wonderful job in “I got sick of looking at the rubbish after a “He [Aquilina] struggles to form
Ms Caisley said the “most rewarding thing ensuring the safety of our students over few days and got rid of it,” Aquilina said. relationships because of his injury. He is
has been watching the kids grow up” over many years and we all wish her well in her “But I know it’s not the truth, it’s all lies,” he genuinely seeking support,” Aquilina’s
the years. retirement.” told the court. lawyer said.
“Sometimes I see them driving past waving Ms Caisley said that she would like to Moorabool Shire Council’s legal “It’s hard when you’re getting raped and
to me when they get their licence, and one “thank everyone for their kindness these last representative said that “on the first raped and raped,” Aquilina said, enraged.
has even become a teacher at Pentland Hills 16-years.” occasion, the rubbish was cleared by the “I’ve been raped since day one.”
Primary School,” she said. “I have met the loveliest people and council, on the second occasion, the rubbish Magistrate Ron Saines booked Aquilina’s
“The children are just so lovely that they made some lovely friends, and of course I was partially cleared by Aquilina”. case off for a contested hearing on August 14
need to be guarded and looked after.” absolutely love the kids.” Aquilina told the court he had “suffered in Ballarat.

Moorabool Shire Council

The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 3 July 2019, at AND RECREATION RESERVE INCORPORATED
6.00pm, in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan. Notice is given of an Annual General Meeting to be held on the 11 July 2019
Members of the public are welcome to attend. commencing at 7.30pm at the Mount Wallace Hall and Recreation Reserve.
The purpose of the meeting is to nominate persons as the Committee of Management
SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL for the Mount Wallace Hall and Recreation Reserve for a term of 3 years.
Notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of the Moorabool Shire Council will All positions will be declared open.
be held in the Council Chambers, Ballan, tomorrow, Wednesday 26 June, 2019 For further details please contact Francis Lloyd, Secretary Mount Wallace Hall and
commencing at 6.00pm. Recreation Reserve Committee of Management on 5360 8269.
The business to be conducted at the meeting is as follows:
1. Consideration of submissions to the Proposed 2019/20 Annual Budget.
2. Consideration of submissions to the Draft 2017-2021 Council Plan (2019 Revision). CHANGES TO PHONE SYSTEM
3. Any other business admitted by the unanimous resolution of Council. Council has made some changes to its phone system, which will start this Wednesday,
The Special Meeting of Council will be open to the public and members 26 June.
of the public are most welcome to attend. When you call 5366 7100 you will hear an option selection menu to get you through
to a certain department.
EMPLOYMENT Option 1 – Planning and subdivision application enquires
Council invites applications for the existing vacancies: Option 2 – Aged and disability services
Asset Data Officer – Permanent F/Time Option 1 – Assessments
Asset System Officer – Permanent F/Time Option 2 – Social Support Group
Applications for above jobs close on Friday 28 June 2019 Option 3 – All other enquiries
Family & Playgroup Support officer Option 3 – Maternal Child Health services
– (Maternity Leave Temporary F/Time Position) Option 4 – Lerderderg Library
Child, Youth & Family Services Project Officer For all other enquires, hold for the next available customer service officer.
– (P/Time Temporary 12 Month Position)
Applications for above jobs close on Friday 5 July 2019
All details available from the website:

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Derek Madden
Email: Web: Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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Dear Editor, which was included in the land transferred to increased truck traffic, increased carbon
In the early 1970s Vic Roads (formerly known it for municipal work. That never happened emissions, potentially harmful chemical
as the Country Roads Board) constructed the and the shire never used any of the resource. compounds produced from burning plastics?
Bacchus Marsh Bypass. The CRB used its The only thing that has been done with (By the way, these would be released into
acquisition powers to extract the sandstone the land is some sharp ‘Carbon Credit Tax an area that from memory has already
and siltstone from the back of Bald Hill to lay Scheme’ organisation have planted it with been identified as a “cancer cluster” due to
the subgrade for bypass. The property was gum trees. When and if they are harvested historical agricultural chemical use.)
Will the community really benefit from Dear Editor,
then owned by Max and Ian Muir. (and if not will probably fall over as the
the process? Some jobs for those with the I write to you in response to concerns
The CRB made a haul road down the front reach maturity as there is only shallow
skills, but will they replace all that are lost raised by a community member that were
of the property and used large Terex dump soils covering the land they are planted in) published in the Tuesday 18 June 2019
if the Grammar School moves? People have
trucks to transport and distribute the there will be a hell of a mess on what was a edition of The Moorabool News. (Facebook
claimed that because ‘millions’ have been
excavated stone to the new freeway. beautiful skyline. Feedback – In the interim, another CEO).
spent on this proposal already that it makes Firstly, I wish to openly thank Michael
In 1973 I agreed to buy the land from the So if there is a lesson to be learned from this
it a ‘sure thing’. Not true, this company has Dunk for his comments and passion for the
Muir’s, conditional on being able to obtain a it is as a learned friend years later told me,
had grants before, and nothing has come community.
permit to develop the land. “Never Give Away land “ it will only bring
of it. On the other hand, the Grammar has We are working very closely with the
The property was approximately 640 acres. you misfortune and in a very short while no already spent millions more in town so far, Department of Health and Human Services
When the CRB finished their excavation one will know where it came from and no and you can see the result. – carefully reviewing all departments,
of the stone they did a very poor job of any one will care . services and strategic options.
Just how is this waste going to find its way
rehabilitation and remnants of the haul Certainly proved to be right in this instance. The Board of Governance is completely
into the furnace? If it is by road, then I am
committed to ensuring community access to
road they created are still visible on the The shire council changed; the engineer pretty sure these truck movements are not health and wellbeing services into the future.
eastern slope. They took several hundred moved on but the land is still there. I certainly included in the recent amendment to the tip However, some changes must be made to
thousand metres of material from the site. It hope one day someone will do something application. As Maddingley Brown Coals ensure viability of the health service.
was a very cheap source of material for the sensible with it. Maybe sell it to a developer ad (M/News 11 & 18 June) says these are This current review is helping to inform
project which cost about $2.2 million in total and use the money for some worthwhile two separate issues, and yes, they are. So, our decision making – at all times keeping
including bridges. charitable cause for the local community. don’t let your green coloured glasses cloud staff and community as our main focus. The
your judgement when it comes to the tip Board and CEO will ensure any changes to
My brothers and I obtained an extractive Bill Wilson
services are shared with the community.
industry licence and a permit from the then Darley amendment.
This includes in the CEOs weekly staff
Shire of Bacchus Marsh to continue to mine Think about how you can reduce your own update which is made publicly available.
the stone. rubbish and become part of the solution. We look forward to keeping you updated.
We constructed a road at the rear of the site We don’t need an incinerator to reduce our Thank you for the support.
and used Tramway Lane as the access road. It landfill. Lyn Gunnell
was expensive to build, and council required Bob Levy Board Chair
we seal the roadway. When we failed to Maddingley South Ballan District Health & Care
seal it within the prescribed time the then
Council engineer, recommended to Council
Dear Editor,
our permit be revoked. We had no recourse
as the permit to extract was void without Waste to energy is a nice green way to say
a planning permit. On the site is also 7.5 giant incinerator. Once this machine/plant
gets going you can pump in just about
million tonnes of high quality old basalt that
anything as a fuel. Putrescible waste, treated
was also sterilised by cancelling the permit.
pine, plastics, just about anything, even coal.
The reality was the council engineer did not
Sure, we can ‘scrub’ the exhaust to meet a
like the quarry there at all, in my opinion.
‘passable’ quality, most of the time, but as
However, during discussions with council
with all human processes, these measures
when trying to rezone some of the land
are not perfect, and you can be sure clauses
council stated there be no development
will apply to excuse the odd failure and
Nominate yourself or another
above Rl 213 metres as this would spoil the mishap. It will be interesting to see the scope outstanding local business
skyline of the hill which is a backdrop to of the buffer zone and the impact on the
Darley. It was then a BALD hill and very homes within it (Hillview, Maddingley, and
prominent from miles away.
Nominations open June 18
maybe Stonehill).
So given the land could (then never be So, ‘green’ energy from garbage, to be
and close midnight July 15
used) I suggested that council could take consumed within the industrial park first Gala dinner at St Anne’s Vineyards, Myrniong
ownership of the western 250 acres ++ for its and the excess is then to be sold to the grid.
own purposes.
October 25
Maybe it could be sold to the community
The council was also going to use the quarry for a reduced rate to compensate for the For more information visit
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The What’s On section is for non-profit community organisations. All free events submitted will be considered for FREE publication at the
Ballan and District Community House Editors discretion. Gordon
Advertising Catholicof AGMs Parish 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. VicRoads Halletts Way
Information Session
Term 2 program – OUT NOW. Book now for – Garden Mass Times – Saturday 28 May – Springbank 6:30pm.
Group next meet 27/5; Hearing Test, 30/5. For enrolment Sunday 29 May – Bungaree 8:45am; Ballan, 10:30am.
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club Ballan Playgroup
information ADULTand costs pleaseEDUCATION
call 5368 1934 or email info@
Ballan & District Community House
Meetings - second
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Pavilion, Ballan
month, 8pm.

Brian 5368
Tuesday 31 May, 2016.
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church
Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421
Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon
For class
Darley enrolment information,
Neighbourhood House & venue hire and
Learning costs; please
Centre, 2255 orTimes
33-35 Service Ray 5368 1177.
– Sunday 29 May – St John’s Bungaree, 9.30am. 905 558 Tamsin. 
call 5368 1934
Jonathan Driveor Darley.
Short courses, recreation classes, Only Moorabool Mission Recovery
one service in the parish – with St Paul’s Bakery Hill Group Ballan Anglers Inc
community groups, occasional child care, venue hire. Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member
Community residents are invited
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Senior Citizens
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Please contact Glen Wesley on 5368 2730 for more details.
Short courses welcome. Phone33-35
and classes. 5367Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean
4390 www.darleylearning. andSteiglitz
Room, welcome Street, to drop
Ballan, at More anytime
anglers and
com B3 Community
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- families needed and welcome – 0400 003 936.
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday
Pastor Merv
Focused, family Patton friendly– 0412church 290 036. with a difference. Services
between 4:00pm and 8:00pm.
Bacchus Marsh CWA Day Branch
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390.
every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St, Meets 2nd Thursday of each month at 10am at the Darley
The Laurels – Bacchus MEETINGS
Marsh Community College
The Pottery Group Pentland Primary School Gym,
TuesdayMarsh. and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall Hub, Wittick Street, Darley. Enquiries: 5368 7273.
Ballan and classes.
Anglers Inc 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. (next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Bacchus Marsh 164 Family
Halletts Drug Way,SupportDarley. Group
Meeting & enrolments
Wednesday 1061. month. Hudsons Hotel, Bacchus
- 5367every Marsh Christian Church
Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs.
7.30pm. More anglers Sunday Services 10am with kids program. Fusion Youth 7pm
U3A Bacchus Marsh and families needed and welcome – Bacchus Marsh Playgroup Enquiries - 1300 660 068.
0400 003 936. every Friday night. 222 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries
Active seniors social learning, for daily activities contact (Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics
9028 2622.
5367 5341 or visit
Rose-Carers -
our websitePark
of Maddingley Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each Bacchus 3pm. EnquiriesMarsh Uniting – Cindy 0433 Church 651 Parish
066. at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh.
month. All welcome.MEETINGS Enquiries - 0418 171 119. Lal Lal Moorabool
Services - St Andrew’s Photographic
9.30am every Group
Sunday Inc(3rd Sunday of Enq - 0421 222 717.
BacchChat @ Lerderderg Library Meeting
month 3rd Wednesday
Family Service). Pentland each month, Hills 7pm. 2pm Soldiers Memorial
1st Sunday of Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group
Hall, Lal
month. Enq Lal. Enquiries
5367 2543 5341 or
(office) Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
1st Family
For Saturday of the Month,
Members who have 10am-12
a lovednoon. Variousbytopics
one affected of
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
interest presented.
Enquiries - 1300 660Enquiries
068. – 5366 7100 or www.moorabool. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705.
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics Service
229 Main Times - SundayMarsh.
St, Bacchus 8.30amGuest & 10am; Speakers. Cafe Church
Supper -after 1st
CWA at
Meets - The Marshians
10.30am on the Night
1st andBranch Bacchus
3rd Tuesdays ofMarsh
each month Sunday 10am; Messy
each meeting. All Welcome. Church Enquiries - 3rd Sunday - Wendy5pm, Wednesdays
5367 4170.
at first Tuesday
the Uniting Church of Hall,
month - The Hub,
Gisborne Road,Wittick
BacchusSt, Marsh.
Darley, 10am. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am . Ballan Lions Club Market
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park
Enq Enquiries
- 0421 - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012.
222 717. Working bees every 3rd Sunday of each month. All welcome. Next market – Saturday 6 July 2019.
Myrniong - 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries 5367 5362
Ballan & District CWA (office)
Enquiries or
- 0400 052 857. FirstST
PAUL’S each
ST PAUL’Smonth
UNITING - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm.
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc CHURCH
Enquiries BALLAN
Kristie 0406BALLAN
426 460.
Branch meetings
Meeting – 2nd Thursday
3rd Wednesday each month.
each month, 7pm. RSL Hall, Church
Soldiers Darley Park of theNativeLivingGardens God 150th 150th
Darley Market
Inglis St, Ballan,
Memorial 7.30pm.
Hall, Lal All welcome
Lal. Enquiries - enquiries
5341 to 0407 992 Christian
7535 or secretary@ Working Bee, 1st Tuesday of the
youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday month at 9am. Contact Andy Sunday Sunday
29 May
Saturday 6th July, 8am292016
1pm.20161st & 3rd Saturday each month
767 or email 5367 2616 or Wendy 5367 4170.
of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145
(Alan). Proudly
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church YOUR BUSINESS A Special
A Special
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Sundays, 10:30am. Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Peter 0428 112 295. Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
“ A Celebration
“ A Celebration
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
MARKETS Sunday Mass 11.30am (2nd & 4th Sunday of Month). St John’s Anglican Church Ballan of Sacred
of Sacred
Ballan Lions Club Market 58 Simpson St, Ballan - Selected
Service - 10:30
Selected every
Sacred Sunday.
Sacred Music, Enq -
Coffee Connect Business Training Network Evening (Hosted by BizConnect) Speed Networking
Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship including community
including community
singing of some
singing of some
Rev’d Glen Wesley - 5368 2730.
Saturday 4 June, 8am-1pm. 1st Saturday each Month. Inglis Non denominational 27 - Hotel,
Prayer200 Main St,every
Bacchus MarshSunday 10am, Men’s
06:00 PM—09:00 PM, The Royal
popular & popular
well loved
& well
loved hymns

St, Ballan. Enquiries - 0432 961 975 (Paul). St Malachy’s Catholic Church Blackwood
Come along and have a good chat with some of the new friends and connections.
Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm. BallanBallan
Hall @2pm
Hall @2pm
Darley Market
Saturday 6th of July 2019
02:00 details
PM—08:30 – 0429
PM, Moorabool 681Meeting
Shire Council 566.Rooms 2 & 3, 182 Halletts Way, Darley
Social activist Peter Kenyan gives a masterclass in the ABCD approach to community development.
04 Easter Monday Service at 10am.
Just $10 Just
= Concert
$10 =&Concert
& Afternoon
Tea Tea
Saturday 4 June, 8am – 1pm. Stalls offer bric-a-brac, fruit/veg, Bacchus Marsh Life Church
JULY Ballan
RSVP Uniting
by 13RSVP
May by
- Elizabeth Church
13 May -Zilveris
03 Zilveris
5368 201603 5368

clothing, 10.00am
plants and more. 1st & 3rdand 1.00pm
Saturday each month at 05

Enjoy a freeevery
coffee, share Sunday atbusiness
07:30 AM—08:30 AM, Zest Café, 1/130 Inglis St, Ballan
ideas, chat to other BMandCollege
Council officers. Drama Room,
(St Paul’s) - Services 11.15am every Sunday.
Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan). in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036. Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Venue: Springfields Garage
Ballan Farmers Market
09:00 AM—02:00 PM, Jean Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh
Want to nail a business plan but aren’t 100% sure how? Let business expert Dr Paul Miller guide you.
08 Sundays, ADMISSION
10:30am, Worship
$15 Children $15 Service
UnderChildren and16 Children’s
16 FreeUnder Free Program.
115 Inglis Street, Ballan JULY
Phone 5367 6550dayfor
Tickets at door onTickets
moreor performance,
door on day of
Pre-Sales available
or Pre-Sales
at …. available at ….

Next Market – Saturday 11 June, 9am-1pm.

07:30 AM—08:30 AM, Baby Black, 10 Church St, Bacchus Marsh
 
Bacchus Marsh Florist
& Nursery
Marsh Florist
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
185 & Main
Street 185Little
Street, Bacchus Marsh

2nd Saturday each month, Mill invite

Cottage car
Enq – 0498 Enjoy a free coffee, share ideas, chat to other business owners and Council officers. BARRY WILKINS
Ballan Police you Mass every Saturday(Soprano)
Musical Director/Conductor
Musical Director/Conductor
(Soprano) (Leader) (Leader)

361 291 or 0490 114 130.

Operation Safe Plate
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Service – Sundayfor
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9am. 1300 022 760
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09:00 AM—12:00 PM, James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh
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This community service All sessions are free to attend (unless otherwise stated). Each session requires individual registration through
Church of the
Gordon Football Living
and Netball God
Club Inc.Football
  Netball Club
Moorabool   Christian youth 2015  ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
announcement is proudly sponsored by Saturday 28th May @ 7pm
Eventbrite. Sign up to Council’s Business ENews to receive more information th
25 October
of every month,Reserve 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St, 2.00pm
At Gordon Recreation  

  Ballarat Enq
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All members past and present welcome  
727. Sturt St, Ballarat
Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship Formal Dress
Non-denominational $110 or $1000 - Prayerforevery
table Sunday
of ten 10am, Men’s
KYB 2Monday evenings
course meal, beer, wine & softdrink6pm (0429 681 566.) Ladies KYB
Wednesday 1pm (5367 6834).
Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Meeting 10am Jenna
Sunday at0409 165 935
the Bacchus Marsh RSL, 203
Main Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412727
Stuart Miller 0400 642 290 036.
St Bernard’sMax Hammond
Bacchus 0428 907
Marsh Catholic 669
charity– Saturday- 5pm;
auction and Sunday –will
fundraiser 8.30am
Bacchus on the night,
Marsh Unitingwith all proceeds
Church Parish going to
ServicesBallarat District
- St Andrew’s Nursing
9.30am and
every Healthcare
Sunday. Pentland Hills
2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
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“The Barn House”, something

different & special in Gordon!

Spirited rise
in regional
craftmanship in all its forms,
including spirits.
29 Urquhart Street, Gordon “Tourists and locals are
flocking to these distilleries
$649,000 - $659,000 to sample their wares which
‘The Barn House’, a double storey American style home with
has created jobs, vibrancy
amazing views. With town water & detached barn filled
with character, as well as luxurious amenities for today’s and new economies for these
busy lifestyles. Two living rooms, three sizable bedrooms regional towns.”
& a family bathroom downstairs, plus a third living room Ms Waters said that, in
along with a generous master suite with walk through ‘his some cases, distilleries have
& her’ robes & a luxe ensuite upstairs. There is a wood become the social and lei-
heater & four split systems making this a comfortable GIL KING sure hub of the town and
home, there is plenty of room outdoors, the entertaining
areas with the full wrap around undercover verandah. A
CEO, REIV have become the anchor for
other complimentary busi-
separate American barn with power features a spacious loft
Distilleries are giving a ness such as restaurants and
which has a split system, while the cedar stain pine vertical
boards to the outside & the barn doors create storage, home spirited boost to the prop- clothing shops.
business or additional accommodation. Valley views are one erty markets in Regional “Of course all of this com-
of the most appealing attributes of this 2935m2 allotment, Victorian towns according bines to have a positive im-
with a fabulous location between tennis courts & the local to an analysis by the Real Es- pact on real estate in these
primary school making this a family’s haven. tate Institute of Victoria. areas,” Ms Waters said.
Agent Contact: Chris Leonard – 0409 040 923 REIV President Robyn Wa- “Take Healesville for ex-
ters said the study showed
Spirited rise in regional property markets ample, the home of Four Pil-
that median house prices lars Gin, where the median
Distilleries are giving a spirited boost to the property markets in Regional Victorian
have soared
towns according to an over
analysis byrecent house
the Real Estate price
Institute has increased
of Victoria.
REIV President Robyn Waters said the study showed that median house prices have
years in regional towns
soared over recent years in regional towns where 37.54distilleries
per cent haveinbeen
past four
where distilleries have been years,
“Victorians’ love affair with all things artisanal has seen gin joints, whiskey dens and
vodka purveyors popping up all over the state,” going
Ms Waters said. from $435,500
“We love our culinary culture and appreciate in finethe 12 months
craftmanship toforms,
in all its 31 March
including spirits.
“Tourists and locals love affairtowith
are flocking 2015 totosample
these distilleries $599,000 in which
their wares the has
created jobs, vibrancy and new economies for these regional towns.”
all things artisanal has seen months to 31 March
Ms Waters said that, in some cases, distilleries have become the social and leisure2019.
gin joints, whiskey dens and
hub of the town and have become the anchor for other complimentary business such
as restaurants and clothing shops. “There has also been strong
“Of course purveyors popping
all of this combines
median growth in Bright,
to have a positive impact on real estate in these
areas,” Ms Waters said.
“Takeall over for
Healesville the state,”
example, Ms of Four
the home where Pillarsthe
Gin,Reed and
where the Co Dis-
house price has increased 37.54 per cent in the past four years, going from
$435,500 in said.
the 12 months to 31 March 2015tilleryto $599,000opened
in the 12in 2016,
months to 31and

“There has also been strong median growth in Bright, where the Reed and Co Dis-
“We love our culinary cul- Kyneton where Animus
March 2019.

opened appreciate finewheretillery
in 2016, and Kyneton Animus was founded
Distillery in 2015.”
was founded in

Distillery Town 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 Increase

Four pillars Gin Healesville $599,000 $600,000 $482,000 $475,000 $435,500 37.5%

Bass and Flinders Distillery Dromana $791,500 $740,000 $615,000 $623,500 $488,500 62%

Kilderkin Distillery Alfredton $440,000 $420,000 $402,500 $380,000 $370,000 18.9%

The Whiskery Drysdale $562,750 $435,000 $432,000 $455,000 $432,000 30.3%

Reed & Co Distillery Bright $571,000 $530,000 $445,000 $385,000 $397,500 43.6%

Animus Distillery Kyneton $585,000 $539,000 $485,000 $472,250 $465,000 25.8%

Contact: Chris Leonard Queenscliff Distillery Queenscliff $875,000 $962,500 $752,500 $750,000 $740,000 18.2%

51 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat 3350 0409 0409 23 Fossey’s Gin Mildura $307,700 $270,500 $257,000 $255,050 $253,000 21.6%

Suter & Sons Curlewis $500,000 $430,000 $407,500 $390,000 * 28.2%

Phone 5331 1111

*Figure not available due to insufficient sales.
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6 3 4
Darley 331 Swans Road Bed Bath Car
Darley Lot 25 (No 21) Maddison Circuit

Shee Oak Ridge – 41 acres Private Sale Room to Move – 1650 sqm Private Sale
Excellent lifestyle property perched high $1,220,000 - $1,320,000 Set in the popular Maddison Estate in $460,000 - $490,000
above Bacchus Marsh with scenic views to Office 2/137 Main Street, Darley and only minutes to Primary Schools, Office 2/137 Main Street,
the city skyline. Functional floorplan with 6 Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 Childcare facilities, Shopping Centre & easy Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, two living zones, a Contact freeway access to Melbourne/Ballarat, this is Contact
beautiful deluxe style kitchen, in-ground pool Len Smith 0418 343 754 an opportunity not to be missed. Len Smith 0418 343 754
& flood-light tennis court. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

n de ct
U tra
Sat 29th June
Photo ID required

3 2 8 4 2 1
Bacchus Marsh 17 George Street Bed Bath Car
Bacchus Marsh 75 Lerderderg Street Bed Bath Car

Gorgeous Californian Bungalow with modern Private Sale 4 Bedroom Home on Lerderderg Street Private Sale
comforts and a handy address $545,000 - $570,000 664m2 Land $630,000 - $660,000
This captivating Californian bungalow offers Office 2/137 Main Street, This beautiful north facing home is located Office 2/137 Main Street,
character & charm throughout and add to that Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 in one of the best streets of Bacchus Marsh. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
an exceptionally convenient central address Contact Walking distance to local parks, schools, cafes, Contact
and together you have a gorgeous home Len Smith 0418 343 754 Village Shopping Centre and town centre. Len Smith 0418 343 754
that’s destined to impress. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

Sat 29th June Sat 29th June
12.00-12.30pm 2.15-2.45pm
Photo ID required Photo ID required

3 1 2 4 2 2
Bacchus Marsh 81 Gisborne Road Bed Bath Car
Eynesbury 10 Jamieson Court Bed Bath Car

Renovate, Detonate or Develop Private Sale A Captivating and Unique Home Private Sale
This older style weatherboard home is Forthcoming Auction Alfresco entertaining and spacious family $750,000 - $770,000
located right in the heart of Bacchus Marsh. Office 2/137 Main Street, living, this award winning home delivers in Office 2/137 Main Street,
Opportunity here to renovate or detonate Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 one impressive package. In a quiet court in Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Contact the family-oriented Eynesbury Estate opposite Contact
or make an excellent multi unit development
Len Smith 0418 343 754 parklands and wooded forest at rear makes Len Smith 0418 343 754
site. Land size is 1100 sqm. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 this quality home the perfect choice. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

Sat 29th June
Photo ID required

3 2 2 1 1 1
Darley 2/10 Fredrick Street Bed Bath Car
Bacchus Marsh 3/96 Gisborne Road Bed Bath Car

Well Built 3 Bedroom Unit – 232m2 Land Private Sale Retirement Living Private Sale
Tucked away in a quiet street is this well built $350,000 - $380,000 This 1 bedroom unit is part of the Gisborne $149,000
3 bedroom low maintenance unit. Ideal for Office 2/137 Main Street, Road retirement living complex that is so Office 2/137 Main Street,
the first home buyer, investor or downsizer. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 handy & convenient to all of Bacchus Marsh’s Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Located close to shops, schools, public Contact Contact
amenities. Offering security, comfort and
transport and freeway entrance to Melbourne Len Smith 0418 343 754 Len Smith 0418 343 754
& Ballarat. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
Email -  The Moorabool News – 25 June, 2019 Page 15

Arbee Real Estate

FOR SALE 10-12 Boyd Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 10 William Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 4 3 2

What An Opportunity! Don’t Dream a Dream – Buy One!

3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home on magnificent corner allotment approx. Sitting on a substantial 1733m² block right in the heart of town is this
1550m2 & is within walking distance to Main Street. One owner home impeccable 4 bedroom residence. 3 generous sized bedrooms, central
built by local builder in 1947 has stood the test of time. Built from solid bathroom & solid timber kitchen. Entertaining is easy with seamless
brick with classic hardwood flooring. Suit buyer looking for renovation access to the dining & large family room. Adjacent to the living area is
project on a large block, or the developer looking to develop the whole the huge master bedroom with full ens, WIR & French doors leading out
site or to retain the house and pursue further subdivision (STCA). to the north facing alfresco. Flanked by an 11.8m x 4.2m lock up garage.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $740,000 - $770,000 FOR SALE $980,000 - $1,070,000

NEW LISTING CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157

FOR SALE 27 Horder Crescent, Darley FOR SALE 3 Luton Court, Darley
4 2 1 4 2 1

Room To Move Quiet & Comfortable!

Situated on a large 1219sqm allotment in the prestigious Elms Estate. 4 In a quiet court location on a 700m2 block this 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom
bedrooms, master with ens & WIR, BIRs to 2 other bedrooms, & 2 home is ideal for both the first home buyer or young family. Consisting
separate living areas. Blackwood timber kitchen fitted with new of a lounge room & formal dining area, updated kitchen with electric
cooktop, wall oven & dishwasher. Bathroom with bath & vanity, 2 stove, wall oven & a spacious meals area. The master has a WIR & ens,
separate shower rooms & 2 separate toilets. Ducted heating & cooling, & remaining bedrooms have BIRs. The toilet is separate from the family
freshly painted, new carpets and window furnishings. bathroom. Ducted gas heating & evap cooling is installed throughout.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $559,000 - $579,000 FOR SALE $445,000 - $465,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl 0409 233 157

FOR SALE 291 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 143 Underbank Boulevard, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 4 2 1

Iconic Location! Executive Residence With Indoor Pool

Very well maintained & presented solid brick home located on the Located in Underbank Estate just 5 minutes from Main Street is this

Avenue of Honour. 2 bedrooms plus 3rd bedroom/study, comfortable beautifully designed family home. Featuring 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
loungeroom with gas heater, spacious kitchen with electric cooking, & 3 toilets. Downstairs presents elite comfortable living from the
excellent family room/2nd living area with wall a/c, updated bathroom designer kitchen to the temperature controlled pool & spa. Elevated
with walk in shower, separate toilet & laundry & sunroom on the back. setting, commanding spectacular views, 50 metres from bus stop.
791m2 land with side access to a large 6m X 9m galvanised garage.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $485,000 FOR SALE $650,000-$670,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 and Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990

FOR SALE 22a Higgins Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 4 Tennyson Street, Gordon
3 2 2 2 1 2

Near New, Great Location Prime Position on An Acre

Approx. 4-year-old, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on 521sqm block only This beautifully presented rural residence just one street back from

2.8km from Main St & 1.2kms from freeway. Bright, open plan, kitchen, Gordon’s Main Street is set on a picture perfect 4095m² block. Just a
meals, living area with SS appliances, glass splashback & dishwasher. short stroll to hotel, general store, post office and primary schools. 2
Master bedroom with WIR & ENS, remaining 2 bedrooms have double large bedrooms with BIRs, a country style kitchen with plenty of
BIRs. Central family bathroom, separate laundry & double garage. Ducted cupboard space, adjoining meals area with back veranda access, flows
heating & ducted evap. cooling will keep you comfortable all year round. through to the spacious lounge/living room with front veranda access.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $380,000-$390,000 FOR SALE $470,000-$490,000
CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990

FOR SALE 32 Cairns Drive, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 15 Shea Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 3 1 1

Family Home, Fabulous Location Perfect Place To Start

Well presented 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home located in the Elms Whether you’re a first home buyer or looking to add to your investment

Estate will suit the discerning buyer. Good living space with ducted portfolio you can’t go past this well maintained 3 bedroom residence.
heating and cooling throughout. Right across the back of the house is Complete with all the necessities for comfortable family living. Located
your decked outdoor entertaining area, and behind the double carport within walking distance of shops, schools and Bacchus Marsh CBD.
with auto doors you have two large colorbond sheds providing ideal Features include polished hardwood floors, ducted heating & cooling,
storage space or ample room for the handyperson or hobbyist. carport with drive through access to a large backyard on a 722m² block.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $560,000 FOR SALE $380,000-$399,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990

Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Rikki Millington
5367 2333 0475 888 101 0409 233 157 0429 671 990 Sales Support
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
Trade & Business
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• Digital Set Top Boxes
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• Extra Points
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■ Mobile Service available Mobile Auto Repairs & Towing
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Bacchus Marsh Netball Association

Results - Wednesday Night
Clovers 38 def Shooters 28
Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics
Strike 43 def Devils 36
Junior Finals
Section 1
Fireworks 33 def Sparkles 12
Eagles 20 lost Zodiacs 21
Section 2
Astrids 19 lost Diamonds 33
Section 3
Super Stars 13 def Hotshots Jnr 5
Section 4
Fast & Furious 4 def Skittles  3

Ballan Golf Club

Results - Week ending Saturday 22 June
Wednesday– Stableford
(Men’s & Ladies)
Barry Sims (10) 32 points Bacchus Marsh athletes competing at Region.
R/up Bob Arklay (6) 30 points on c/b from Les Martin (15).
Magpie - 14th Barry Sims. NTP - 15th Chris Tudor.
Saturday Stableford
A Grade
Winner on the day Ian Bragge (16) 36 points.
R/up Les Martin (15) 32 points
on c/b from Anthony Moore (7).
B Grade
Winner Vic Buttigieg (24) 31 points.
R/up Frank White (25) 28 points
on c/b from John Fitzgerald (22).
NTPs - 12th Hugh Miller, 15th Peter Di Fiore.
Magpies - 1st Hugh Miller, 18th Rick Roden.
Balls (5), Cut-off 28 points on c/b
Ian Bragge, Les Martin, Anthony Moore, Vic Buttigieg,
Frank White.

Ballan Brumbies Basketball

Results – Week ending 23 June 2019 Solomon Miesen wins Gold in the U16 Under 13 Team Bronze medallists (L-R) Danielle Ide, Elise Cook and Tansy
3km event Seymour. Photos - submitted
U10 Boys
Ballan White 26 def Phoenix 18 the State Championships to end of the Avenue of Girls U11 2000m
Ballan Blue 8 lost Drummo Dragons Green 20 be held on August 3. Honour) competing around Estlick Mackenzie 10th
U10 Girls The Bacchus Marsh Centre the market garden track Grero Shameka 11th
Ballan 16 lost Excies Acmy Maroon 23 was represented by 16 commencing with a warm Seymour Anna 13th
athletes over distances up at 10.20am.
U12 Boys Boys U12 2000m
varying from 1km to 3km.
Ballan White 11 lost Phoenix Blue 26 Burton James 12th
Solomon Miesen, in his final
Ballan Blue 39 def Celtic Tigers 14 season of Little Aths, won BMLAC Region Girls U12 2000m
U12 Girls The Western Metro Region a Gold medal in the Under Stewart Emma 7th
Ballan 22 lost Excies Acmy 28 Cross Country Carnival was 16 3km event. The Girls Results: Girls U13 3000m
U14 Boys held on Saturday at Lake Under 13 team of Elise Cook, Boys U9 1500m Cook Elise 10th
Ballan White - Bye Dewar, Myrniong. Athletes Danielle Ide and Tansy Lovett Patrick 5th Ide Danielle 11th
Ballan Blue 43 def Celtic Tigers 39 from the following Centres Seymour finished 10th, Girls U9 1500m Seymour Tansy 13th
were well represented: 11th and 13th respectively Grero Tanae 7th
U14 Girls Boys U16 3000m
Altona, Bacchus Marsh, claiming a Bronze medal in
Ballan 20 def Phoenix Blue 15 Boys U10 1500m Miesen Solomon 1st
Brimbank, Corio, Geelong, the 3km team event.
U16 Boys Gisborne, Melton City, South Ide Nicholas 9th Girls Under 7 & 8 1000m
Next week’s Cross Country
Ballan 35 def Sovereign Knights 34 Melbourne, Werribee and meet will be held at Rupert Quick Oliver 11th Fun Run
U16 Girls  Williamstown. This Carnival Vance Moon Reserve at Boys U11 2000m Estlick Myah
Bye was the qualifying event for Bacchus Marsh (Eastern Carr Oliver 9th Quick Mackenzie.
U18 Boys

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Ballan 22 lost Wildcats 26

The Moorabool News By Todd Whelan elling East. - Sample is on home and to the start of 2018.
‘Away’ teams have been away games only
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‘Flat’ Cobras BFL Ladder


1   Redan.......................139.90 32      

2   East Point.................178.09 28      
3   Darley.......................140.00 28      

aim to
4   Melton......................128.89 24      
5   Sebastopol............... 127.72 24      
6   Bacchus Marsh........ 127.77 20      
7   Sunbury................... 111.82 20      
Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat Football/Netball League 8   Lake Wendouree....... 73.12 14      
9   North Ballarat City.....77.27 12      
Senior Results
Results – Round
– Round 9 9 10  Melton South............ 36.90 8       

bounce back
11  Ballarat......................61.69 6       
Club A B C D 19&U E
Darley 37 35 35 12 21 9 Reserves
Lake Wendouree 73 62 49 62 41 41 1   East Point.................282.09 36      
Melton 43 48 34 31 29 39 2   Sunbury...................343.15 32      
Nth Ballarat City 69 47 27 26 40 15 3   Lake Wendouree......116.11 24      
Redan 40 46 31 28 26 21 4   Melton........................95.63 22      
Melton South 50 47 31 24 30 30 5   Ballarat.......................77.30 20      
Sebastopol 48 24 26 23 11 19
6   Redan.........................82.52 18      
middle of the ground,” Dav- up the highway again on Baccus Marsh 59 40 33 45 38 17
7   Sebastopol...............102.59 16      
Sunbury 59 41 46 28 32 16
ey said. Saturday to meet reigning Ballarat 47 49 26 32 33 43 8   Darley.........................94.41 16      
“Unfortunately, our pres- premiers East Point at East- 9   Bacchus Marsh..........68.72 12      
ern Oval. 10  North Ballarat City....54.07 8       
sure up the ground wasn’t as
good as it has been in recent “East Point ‘away’ is the big-
Ballarat Football League 11  Melton South.............42.05 8       
Under 19s
weeks, so when we turned gest challenge in the compe- Results - Round 9 1   Redan...................... 263.22 36      
the ball over, our defence tition, he said. Seniors 2   North Ballarat City.. 334.33 32      
3   Ballarat.....................179.35 28      
was horribly exposed. “We learnt a few things (Sat- Darley 13.14 (92) def Lake Wendouree 5.9 (39) 4   Sunbury................... 182.19 24      
“I’ll take some responsibil- urday) which is important. Melton 16.5 (101) def North Ballarat City 3.10 (28) 5   Melton...................... 118.91 20      
ity for that as we tried a few “Winning can be a lousy Redan 17.26 (128) def Melton South 8.5 (53) 6   Lake Wendouree.....135.54 16      
7   East Point................. 122.16 16      
things that just didn’t work.” teacher at times. Sebastopol 14.15 (99) def Bacchus Marsh 6.11 (47)
8   Darley.......................121.48 16      
by Todd Whelan Davey thought the sys- “I’ve no doubt we will Sunbury 16.8 (104) def Ballarat 9.6 (60) 9   Bacchus Marsh..........48.74 12      
tematic nature of the game front this Saturday and give 10  Melton South............. 27.87 8       
Bacchus Marsh’s four game Reserves 11  Sebastopol................ 13.10 4       
plan would hold up in the a much better account of Melton 8.8 (56) def North Ballarat City 1.7 (13)
winning streak has come U/17 Seniors
absence of the Chisari broth- ourselves.” Redan 11.17 (83) def Melton South 3.2 (20) 1   North Ballarat...........165.80 24      
to an end following their
ers, Tom Brownbridge and Just 15/64 teams have been 2   Darley.......................108.48 20      
52-point loss on the road to Sebastopol 7.13 (55) def Bacchus Marsh 3.9 (27)
Kane Wight heading in. successful travelling East- 3   East Point................. 106.18 16      
Sebastopol last Saturday. Sunbury 15.15 (105) def Ballarat 0.6 (6) 4   Lake Wendouree......113.12 12      
“Our system based game West or West-East dating 5   Ballarat Swans.........110.26 12      
The Cobras trailed at every Under 19s
does not rely on names,” he back to the start of 2018. One 6   Redan....................... 114.93 8       
change and only threatened said. North Ballarat City 11.11 (77) def Melton 6.12 (48) 7   Bacchus Marsh.......... 28.12 0       
thing the Cobras can take
for a ten-minute period late Redan 18.17 (125) def Melton South 1.4 (10) U/17 Reserves
“But that fell over today. with them this week, is the
in the first term according to Bacchus Marsh 14.11 (95) def Sebastopol 4.7 (31) 1   North Ballarat...........128.05 24      
“Not because of the chang- confidence knowing they 2   Redan.......................224.48 20      
coach Peter Davey. defeated East Point in the Sunbury 10.12 (72) def Ballarat 4.5 (29) 3   Mount Clear.............135.48 20      
es, we were just beaten by a
“We lacked spirit, which re- corresponding fixture last 4   Ballarat Swans......... 137.47 16      
better team (on the day).”
ally stings as that’s what we Ballarat JUNIOR Football League 5   Darley......................... 81.15 16      
In fact, it was the Cobras year.
Results – Round 9 6   Bacchus Marsh..........43.96 8       
build everything around,” A Cobras win will consoli-
young brigade that gave 7   Lake Wendouree.......72.51 4       
he said. date their place inside the U/17 Seniors 8   Sebastopol.................72.31 4       
Davey some positives to take
“We were flat and well be- top six while a loss could see North Ballarat 20.8 (128) def Bacchus Marsh 1.1 (7) U/15 Seniors
out of the game. 1   East Point.................700.99 36      
low our best. them slip to seventh. Lake Wendouree 10.10 (70) def Ballarat Swans 4.6     (30)
“Jack Lalor was one who 2   Redan....................... 152.17 30      
“But credit to Sebastopol, gave us a spark early,” he Final Score Darley 10.10 (70) def Redan 10.8 (68) 3   Mount Clear............. 120.17 28      
they were very good. BACCHUS MARSH 3.1-19, Mount Clear 12.18 (90) def East Point 2.8 (20) 4   North Ballarat...........342.69 26      
said. 5   Sebastopol.................84.80 18      
“Their foot skills are the “Connor Stone competed 4.4-28, 4.7-31, 6.11-47 lost to 6   Bacchus Marsh .........69.57 16      
best we’ve encountered so really well and Luke Timms SEBASTOPOL 3.5-23, 6.9-45, U/17 Reserves 7   Lake Wendouree.......50.97 14      
far this year.” did some nice things to show 9.13-67, 14.15-89 Ballarat Swans 14.6 (90) def Lake Wendouree 11.8 (74) 8   Ballarat Swans...........34.88 8       
Sebastopol 15.10 (100) def Bacchus Marsh 5.3 (33) 9   Darley.........................20.03 4       
The Cobras midfield group he can certainly play senior Bacchus Marsh (Goals) U/15 Reserves
was exposed between the footy. J. Lalor 1, B. Griffiths, H. North Ballarat 15.14 (104) def Mount Clear 5.6 (36) 1   North Ballarat...........275.97 32      
arcs for the most part, and “Riley Stuhldrier was used King, R. Stuhldrier, A. 2   East Point.................149.78 24      
U/15 Seniors 3   Redan.......................105.73 24      
as a result too much repeat everywhere and can hold his Willitts, J. Owen.
4   Sebastopol...............144.75 20      
pressure was placed on the head high.” Bacchus Marsh (Best) Sebastopol 7.9 (51) def Bacchus Marsh 5.5 (35) 5   Lake Wendouree..... 126.15 20      
defence. Davey is confident the Co- N. Stuhldrier, R. Stuhldrier, Lake Wendouree 5.3 (33) def Ballarat Swans 4.1 (25) 6   Mount Clear.............103.95 12      
Redan 14.16 (100) def Darley 0.2 (2) 7   Bacchus Marsh..........63.40 12      
“Sebastopol just won too bras can get something out T. Wardell, J. Lalor, H. King,
East Point 12.16 (88) def Mount Clear 1.1 (7) 8   Ballarat Swans...........21.55 8       
much footy through the of the loss before they head D. Veldon. 9   Darley...........................0.00 4       
U/13 Seniors
U/15 Reserves 1   East Point.................216.35 32      
Sebastopol 9.4 (58) def Bacchus Marsh 1.2 (8) 2   Bacchus Marsh........214.08 28      
3   Redan.......................140.36 24      
Lake Wendouree 11.14 (80) def Ballarat Swans 2.3 (15) 4   North Ballarat...........118.93 24      
East Point 5.6 (36) def Mount Clear 2.3 (14) 5   Ballarat Swans.........122.69 20      
6   Darley....................... 117.06 20      
U/13 Seniors 7   Lake Wendouree.....113.98 16      
8   Mount Clear...............41.50 12      
Lake Wendouree 5.8 (38) def Ballarat Swans 0.4 (4) 9   Sebastopol.................13.51 4       
Bacchus Marsh 4.4 (28) def Sebastopol 0.2 (2) U/13 Reserves
Darley 8.2 (50) def Redan 3.4 (22) 1   Ballarat Swans......... 721.15 32      
2   Redan.......................710.45 32      
East Point 4.10 (34) def Mount Clear 0.0 (0) 3   North Ballarat...........907.02 28      
4   Darley.......................257.66 24      
U/13 Reserves 5   Lake Wendouree.....105.60 16      
Bacchus Marsh 6.5 (41) def Sebastopol 0.3 (3) 6   Bacchus Marsh..........77.94 16      
7   Mount Clear...............68.97 16      
Ballarat Swans 5.11 (41) def Lake Wendouree 1.5 (11) 8   East Point...................96.68 12      
Redan 5.2 (32) def Darley 2.0 (12) 9   Ballarat Storm..............4.89 4       
Mount Clear 3.2 (20) def East Point 2.1 (13) 10  Sebastopol..................4.04 0       
U/11 Seniors
North Ballarat 13.19 (97) def Ballarat Storm 0.0 (0) 1   Ballarat Swans.........162.65 32      
2   Bacchus Marsh........ 151.79 28      
U/11 Seniors 3   Redan........................110.16 24      
Bacchus Marsh 4.6 (30) def Sebastopol 1.2 (8) 4   Sebastopol.................81.48 22      
5   Mount Clear............. 141.80 20      
Ballarat Swans 5.13 (43) def Lake Wendouree 3.6 (24) 6   East Point.................135.06 20      
Redan 3.5 (23) def Darley 1.4 (10) 7   North Ballarat...........136.09 16      
Mount Clear 5.5 (35) def East Point 3.3 (21) 8   Lake Wendouree.......79.25 10      
The Bacchus Marsh Under 19 Netballers took out their first win of the season last Saturday. 9   Darley......................... 76.11 4       
Photo - BMFNC North Ballarat 6.6 (42) def Ballarat Storm 2.1 (13) 10  Ballarat Storm........... 30.13 4
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Central Highlands Football League
Results - Round 10
Waubra 29.14 (188) def C’ham/Linton 6.5 (41)

win but
Hepburn 11.12 (78) def Dunnstown 6.5 (41)
Gordon 28.11 (179) def R’wood/C’hap 7.8 (50)
Buninyong 23.12 (150) def Creswick 4.8 (32)
Newlyn 18.20 (128) def Ballan 3.4 (22)
Springbank 23.12 (150) def Clunes 3.5 (23)
Learmonth 10.6 (66) def Bungaree 6.7 (43)
Team % PTS

Skipton 15.13 (103) def Daylesford 9.4 (58)
Bye - Beaufort
1   Waubra....................303.50 40      
2   Newlyn.................... 181.89 28      
Reserves  3   Buninyong............... 158.84 28      
Waubra 14.9 (93) def C’ham/Linton 8.6 (54) 4   Hepburn...................153.15 28      
Dunnstown 10.5 (65) def Hepburn 8.9 (57) 5   Skipton.................... 129.34 28      

Gordon 13.8 (86) def R’wood/C’hap 5.1 (31) 6   Gordon.................... 144.06 24      
Creswick 7.8 (50) def Buninyong 4.5 (29) 7   Springbank.............. 140.54 24      
Newlyn 14.17 (101) def Ballan 2.1 (13) 8   Learmonth.................90.68 24      
Springbank 7.11 (53) def Clunes 7.2 (44) 9   Beaufort.................. 120.96 20      
Learmonth 11.13 (79) def Bungaree 4.8 (32) 10  Bungaree................. 81.58 20      
Daylesford 6.8 (44) def Skipton 5.12 (42) 11  Creswick....................72.71 20      
By Todd Whelan Spiteri who played his first in his first season. Jake Ed- Bye - Beaufort 12  R’wood/C’hap.......... 67.00 12      
game back from a 12-month wards continues to influence 13  Daylesford................ 72.27 8       
Third placed Darley is well absence (ACL). games at either end and the Under 18 14  Ballan........................49.13 8       
aware their next month of “You can really see the im- immediate impact of Brian C’ham/Linton 22.16 (148) def Waubra 1.2 (8) 15  C’ham/Linton............ 52.46 4       
footy holds the key to its pact Brian has on our side,” Graham returning from sus- Hepburn 11.10 (76) def Dunnstown 1.6 (12) 16  Clunes...................... 48.67 4       
real standing in the BFNL he said. pension was significant. 17  Dunnstown............... 61.25 0       
Gordon 32.11 (203) def R’wood/C’hap 0.0 (0)
Premiership race despite a “His ball use alone leads to What’s to overcome for the
53-point runaway win over Buninyong 16.18 (114) def Creswick 2.2 (14)
a score involvement 80-85% travelling Redan? Reserves 
Lake Wendouree at Darley of the time. Newlyn 12.10 (82) def Ballan 2.2 (14)
* Redan have not won a 1   Springbank.............. 179.45 36      
Park last Saturday. The Dev- “I’ve said it before Brian is game outside of Ballarat Springbank 18.12 (120) def Clunes 1.3 (9)
ils six wins this season have 2   Buninyong .............. 244.01 32      
one of the best players in the since Round 12, 2017. Bungaree 8.11 (59) def Learmonth 2.4 (16)
come against the bottom six 3   Skipton.................... 152.63 32      
comp. * They would have to upset Bye - Beaufort
placed teams on the ladder. 4   Waubra.................... 143.39 32      
“Leigh Spiteri was huge Darley’s 12-0 winning run at
Their season defining month first up, we were reminded 5   Creswick..................191.07 28      
home dating back to Round Under 15
starts at home this week just how important he is to 6   Dunnstown.............. 146.49 20      
2, 2018. Waubra 7.13 (55) def C’ham/Linton 1.3 (9)
with a showdown against us,” 7   Newlyn.................... 123.75 20      
2019 surprise packets and * Redan would become just Dunnstown 18.16 (124) def Hepburn 2.0 (12)
Scotland was deservedly the second team (joining Se- 8   Hepburn....................99.84 20      
top side Redan (7W 1L), be- upbeat about the Devils Gordon 24.12 (156) def R’wood/C’hap 0.0 (0)
bastopol) to win this year the 9   Gordon.................... 162.38 16      
fore away meetings with chances this week, hosting Buninyong 22.22 (154) def Creswick 0.0 (0)
East Point (2nd - 6W-2L) and week after playing Melton 10  Clunes.................... 136.64 16      
the league leaders Redan. South. (East Point, Darley, Ballan 4.7 (31) def Newlyn 3.1 (19) 11  R’wood/C’hap........ 120.79 16      
Sebastopol (5th - 5W 3L) who
“The next two weeks really Melton, B/Marsh, Lakers, Springbank 19.20 (134) def Clunes 0.0 (0) 12  C’ham/Linton............ 74.30 12      
are on a four-game winning
jumps out in the context of Sunbury have all lost). Learmonth 7.8 (50) def Bungaree 3.5 (23)
streak. 13  Ballan.......................54.80 12      
our season,” he said. *Only 15 ‘Away’ teams have
Saturday’s win over the Daylesford 5.8 (38) def Skipton 1.3 (9) 14  Learmonth.................47.01 8       
“We’ll find out where we’re won out of the last 64 games
Lakers was a small step in Bye - Beaufort 15  Daylesford................40.22 8       
at, but in fairness, so will that has involved ‘highway
the right direction for the they. 16  Beaufort....................33.17 8       
Devils, following under- travel’.
“We showed some improve- 17  Bungaree................. 38.31 4       
whelming performances
ment off the bye against the Park this Saturday, ques-
Central Highlands Netball League
All roads lead to Darley Ballarat Football/Netball League
against Bacchus Marsh and Results – Round 109
Lakers that should give us tions will be answered.
Senior Results – Round Under 18
Ballarat according to Darley some confidence heading in.
Seniors 1   C’ham/Linton...........480.63 36      
coach Heath Scotland. Club A B C D 19&U E
“We’re no push overs at Darley 37 35 35 12 21 9 2   Springbank.............. 321.25 36      
“Lake Wendouree’s form home (won last 12) and we DARLEY - 5.2-32, 7.6-48, 8.9- Lake Wendouree 73 62 49 62 41 41
is a tough one to gauge,” he 57, 13.14- 92 defeated 3   Buninyong............... 250.37 28      
know how difficult winning Melton 43 48 34 31 29 39
4   Learmonth............... 423.93 24      
said. on the road can be. LAKE WENDOUREE - 2.1- Nth Ballarat City 69 47 27 26 40 15
“To hit our KPI targets that 13, 3.3-21, 5.5-35, 5.9-39
Redan 40 46 31 28 26 21 5   Hepburn.................. 272.35 24      
“If we can get the match ups Melton South 50 47 31 24 30 30
were a major focus leading Darley (Goals) - J. Edwards 6   Gordon....................203.09 24      
right and execute our roles Sebastopol 48 24 26 23 11 19
in was the most pleasing. successfully, we will go a 2, C. Young, H. Inglis, M. Baccus Marsh 59 40 33 45 38 17 7   Bungaree................ 150.61 24      
Sunbury 59 41 46 28 32 16
“We were able to arrest mo- long way towards winning.” Hanson, J. Ancrum 1, B. Ballarat 47 49 26 32 33 43 8   Dunnstown............... 117.81 20      
mentum when challenged, Marquee Devils signing Graham, B. Waasdorp, J. 9   Newlyn.................... 135.58 16      
in what was our most even Nick Graham was the stand- Carrick, K. Forde. 10  Creswick.................. 88.62 12      
performance of the season.” out in the Devils win over Darley (Whelan’s Best) - CHFL Top Goal Kickers 11  Ballan....................... 44.41 12      
Scotland was thrilled with the Lakers, while young N. Graham, B. Graham, B. Senior  12  Daylesford................ 32.27 8       
the return of Brian Graham gun Bailey Wassdorp had Waasdorp, J. Edwards, L. Marcus Darmody Newlyn.................................... 56         13  R’wood/C’hap...........27.68 8       
from suspension and Leigh his best game for the club Spiteri. Brendan Sutcliffe Gordon..................................... 37         14  Clunes...................... 33.25 4       
Adam Toohey Gordon......................................31         15  Beaufort................... 25.04 4       
16  Waubra..................... 15.53 0       
Reserves  17  Skipton....................... 0.00 0       
Rodney Watts Ballan....................................... 30        
Travis Toohey Springbank............................. 23        
Connor Ronan Dunnstown..............................19         Under 15
Damon Simpkin Dunnstown .............................19         1   Learmonth............... 871.59 36      
Steven Nicholson Gordon......................................18         2   Dunnstown.............. 732.31 32      
Kade Gall Gordon......................................18         3   Gordon.................... 529.09 32      
4   Daylesford............... 175.00 32      
Under 18 5   Buninyong...............280.68 28      
Jimmy Wallesz Hepburn.................................. 37         6   Springbank..............355.97 24      
Lachlan Reynolds Gordon..................................... 24         7   Bungaree.................141.69 24      
Jackson Kurzman Springbank............................. 22        
8   Beaufort...................152.10 20      
Connor Parkin Springbank............................. 22        
Angus Stewart Springbank..............................18         9   Skipton...................... 79.83 20      
Jack McGregor Ballan........................................18         10  Ballan....................... 84.52 16      
11  Creswick................... 69.91 16      
Under 15 12  R’wood/C’hap.......... 40.70 8       
Max Filmer Dunnstown............................. 55         13  Waubra..................... 36.24 8       
Tyler Pike Gordon..................................... 35         14  Clunes...................... 29.34 8       
Joseph Gregory Springbank............................. 27         15  Hepburn................... 24.07 8       
Levhi Givvens Dunnstown............................. 20         16  Newlyn..................... 21.06 8       
Ryan Maher Springbank..............................18        
The Darley Reserves football side before their match. Photo - DFNC 17  C’ham/Linton.............17.44 0       
Thomas Elliott Bungaree..................................18        
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think. A-
family mystery is solved by Sunday.
Reconciliations are favoured after the weekend.
LEO—July 23-August 22
An interupted project is on again - and the momentum

Stars & Puzzles

keeps gathering. The weekend’s accent is on new faces,
food and ideas. Friends have trouble showing their ap-
preciation, but don’t push.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
The spotlight is on your talents. You may be called on to
lead a discussion or display creative work. Avoid ex-
tremes in everything this week, especially through the
★★★★★★★★ LIBRA—September 23-October 22
The plot thickens! There are so many new entanglements,
you begin to think the week has been scripted by Agatha
Christie. Meanwhile, a romantic situation improves - and
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SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
Spontaneity is the key of the week. Your best arrange-
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No news is not really good news, so chase up unanswered much improvisation. The weekend offers a glamorous
messages promptly. Financial ideas may meet opposition. event. A lazy streak can be offset by exercise.
Listen carefully to the other side. Cancelled plans are on
again by the weekend. SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22

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of instant friends. Otherwise enjoy favourable news re-
Expand on an already fine idea and improve on a just garding the following: Bonuses, contests and academic
adequate fitness regime. This is the week to be Mr/Ms honours.
perfection. Opportunities are open and ambitions are
strong. CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
‘Times have changed’ - and the truth of this lyric becomes
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 increasingly apparent through the week. Meanwhile, bills
Price increases or the delay of a payment may mean post- arrive earlier than expected and budget reviews shouldn’t
poning the purchase of a luxury item. On the bright side, be postponed.
relationships - particularly love relationships flourish all
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1. Expression (13) 1. Resolve (6) you think. A family mystery is solved by Sunday.
8. Map (5) 2. Resources (5) you are not as logical as you would have people believe.
Reconciliations are favoured after the weekend.
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lead a discussion or display creative work. Avoid ex- quisitive, which sometimes leads to a state of indecision.
21. Characteristic (5) An important domestic or career decision could mean a
tremes in everything this week, especially through the
22. Deliver (4) change in lifestyle.
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ferent type from the others? (5). 9. The agent’s turned you begin to think the week has been scripted by Agatha
Christie. Meanwhile, a romantic situation improves - and
the girl in: a mere tool (7). 10. Interrupts with “Reduce
the money news is all good.
vice” (4,2). 11. Banks, for a start, collapse (6). 12. The
saying “A day at a time” (5). 14. The trunk goes in there SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
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twister and children love that (6). 23. Land or what to NUMBER
Spontaneity is the key of GAME
the week. Your best arrange-
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from home less than the others? Anything but! (3,2,3,5). much improvisation.
ANSWERThe weekend offers a glamorous
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bleach (6). 17. The time after, turned state witness (6).
19. Having since raised the money for the material (5). ‘Times have changed’ - and the truth of this lyric becomes
21. That’s Edgar made up as a woman (5). 22. Flirta- increasingly apparent through the week. Meanwhile, bills
tious with the chief (4). arrive earlier than expected and budget reviews shouldn’t
be postponed.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
21, Gerda (anag.). 22, Arch.
The week’s action takes place within - or very close to
n’t. 15, A-rou-sal . 16, Wh-it-en. 17, Attes-t. 19, Sa-tin.
5, Deal-t(able). 6, Annuals. 7, He-R-man. 13, Do-(I)rma-
your home. Be unusually careful if dealing with num-
Across - 1, Spurious. 6, Acre. 8, Dawn. 9, Talisman. 10,
Down - 1, Struck. 2, A-ught. 3, Evening. 4, (macin)Tosh.
bers or other detailed work. Your intuition is strong, but
Stool. 11, Nitwit. 13, Charge. 15, Indeed. 17, Battle. 19,
Serge. 25, Not in the least. you are not as logical as you would have people believe.
Heart. 22, Stiletto. 23, Daub. 24, Snip. 25, Lemonade.
18, Harass (anag.). 20, Nougat (anag.). 23, Tract-or. 24,
Down - 2, Plait. 3, Rancour. 4, Oath. 5, Splendid. 6,
10, Cut-s in. 11, Strata (anag.). 12, A-d-age. 14, Waist. PISCES—February 20-March 20
Asset. 7, Realise. 12, Pedestal. 14, Hearten. 16, Dres-
Across - 1, Scared to death. 8, Rogue. 9, S’p-Ann-er. Develop and polish new strategies by Thursday and ad-
den. 18, Tulip. 20, Round. 21, Form.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS vance a giant step closer to a major career/education/ro-
mance goal. Friday’s exhausting mental gymnastics are
Candid. 17, Friend. 19, Ibsen. 21, Trait. 22, Free. balanced by luxurious relaxation on the weekend.
Across - 1, Improper. 6, Line. 8, Warm. 9, Do-nation.
pen. 6, Imitate. 7, Needed. 13, Airless. 15, Tremble. 16,
10, St-aid. 11, Dan-gle. 13, Presto. 15, W-is-est. 17,
Down - 1, Decide. 2, Means. 3, Natural. 4, Tick. 5, As- BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Parrot. 19, Ta-Ken. 22, Standard. 23, Rose. 24, Arch.
Setter. 23, Dresser. 24, Brace. 25, Disinterested. You are adept at gaining affection and in new surround-
25, Does well.
Desert. 11, Insane. 12, Table. 14, Steed. 18, Afraid. 20, ings you never remain a stranger. You are naturally in-
Down - 2, Meant. 3, Remains. 4, Pads. 5, Runs down.
Across - 1, Demonstration. 8, Chart. 9, Captive. 10, quisitive, which sometimes leads to a state of indecision.
6, La-tin. 7, N-oodles. 12, Port Said. 14, Ro-a-ster. 16,
QUICK SOLUTIONS An important domestic or career decision could mean a
Spar-row. 18, Ranch. 20, Easel. 21, Edge.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9106 change in lifestyle.
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Gordon Football Club Bacchus Marsh Soccer

Results - Round 10
Under 12s Open
Gordon v Rokewood/Corindhap minimise the Eagles’ onslaught but as they Bacchus Marsh (3) lost Horsham & District (4)
By Rob Fuller controlled one player, other Eagles lifted to Goals - Archie Frazzetto (2), Noah Van Orsouw (1)
maintain the dominance. Tye Murphy, Ethan
The Gordon Eagles returned to the win- Crackel and their midfield co-workers sup- Under 13s Open
ners list last Saturday thrashing Rokewood plied their forwards with plenty of opportu- Bacchus Marsh (1) lost Sebastopol (4)
Corindhap by 120-points. In contrast to last nities and the bullocking Sutcliffe took full Goal - Aaron Ciangura (1)
week’s defeat against Hepburn, the Eagles advantage ramming home four goals for the Under 14s Open
foot skills were accurate from start to finish. term. Bacchus Marsh (2) drew Victoria Park (2)
Power forward Brendan Sutcliffe set the tone
The final quarter became a slug as the fail- Goals - David Dillon (1), Tristan Noorman (1)
early by marking strongly and converting
ing light threw a dull haze over the oval.
within the first minute. Veteran Steven Ni- Under 16 Girls
The shining light again was the unstoppable
cholson was involved in many passages of Bacchus Marsh (2) def Buninyong (0)
play whilst Brad Hallam drifted across half Sutcliffe who kicked his tenth major for the
match. Sutcliffe not only kicked a bagful of Goals - Bianca Woodfield (1), Ava Ferella (1)
back intercepting numerous ‘Grasshopper’
advances. The Eagle midfield dominated goals, he also spent time in the ruck and was
possessions between the 50-metre arcs and deservedly named the Eagles’ best player.
applied pressure with controlled force when Zac Ryan and Ethan Crackel along with a
required. Speed machines, Jaymes Gorman host of other team mates played four solid
(three exciting goals), Mick Nolan and Zac quarters that pleased Coach Ron Watt and
Ryan scorched the icy grass as the home side supporters.
raced to an eight-goal lead. The Eagles now look forward to playing
By half time the Eagles’ lead had ballooned Creswick at Creswick this coming Saturday.
out to an imposing 85-points. The Gordon Final Score
supporters forgot about last week’s disap- Gordon
pointing defeat as four first half goals each
8.3-51 16.7-103 24.10-154 28.11-179
to Sutcliffe, Adam Toohey and the speedster
Gorman drove that result to a distant blur. def Rokewood Corindhap
The challenge for the players however was 0.4-4 2.6-18 6.6-42 7.8-50
to maintain the effort that propelled them to Gordon Goals - B. Sutcliffe 10, A. Toohey
have such a stranglehold on this match. 5, J. Gorman, M. Nolan 2, S. Nicholson, T.
The third quarter mirrored the first two Murphy 1, C. Myers, S. Nippress, B. Hallam
quarters as the Eagles kicked another eight Gordon Best - B. Sutcliffe, E. Crackel, Z.
goals. The Grasshoppers tried valiantly to Ryan, J. Gorman, T. Wason, J. Evans.

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Automatic, dual fuel, towbar,
2013 HOLDEN CALAIS 99 TRITON UTE SX auto, black, alloy wheels, CHRYSLER NEWPORT large aluminium tray, 2 tool One owner, white,
Immaculate condition, 283,000 km, engine GC, auto, Reg until July 2020, UVL832. 1973 Chrysler Newport. boxes, 80% tyre tread, new air great condition,
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Closing Business Sale

New plate compactor,
only 8 hours work,
warranty May 2019, $1500.
1989 VISCOUNT POP-TOP Fire prevention pump, $500.
2014 pop top, dual wheels, 2002 Pop Top, 10 months reg, beds. Gas oven/hot plates, Hitachi metal bench saw,
MOTORISED BIKE MOTOR BIKE A/C, heating, fridge/freezer, New tyres, New water tank, Water tank. Fridge-gas/ $200. Electric concrete
12 months old, as new, 2005 Harley-Davidson electric, electric freezer. Bottle
x11200c Sportster Custom,
solar panels, 100 amp battery, Gas/elec fridge, 2 single beds,
gas, roller sun shade includes
vibrator, $250. Plus other
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annex. Lots storage cupboards.
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between 7pm – 9pm
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Australia’s Best
Ute Revealed

These are the words of but a few. The GLS Premium adds to Whilst the Triton maintains a towing limit
when referring to the new MR Triton,
and we agree 100%.
this list with Blind Spot Warning, Rear
Cross Traffic alert as well as Multi-View
of 3.1 tonne against many competitors
that have opted for 3.5 tonne, it can be KINGS CARS
They rated the GLS Premium the
Surround Cameras. argued that 3.1 tonne is more than ample
and in fact if a vehicle is consistently LAUNCHES A
winner over the Ranger XLT and Hilux Whilst many of these utes are used
towing more perhaps a light truck would
SR5. It’s the long list of standard safety at work, there most precious cargo
be a more suitable choice.
technology, generous warranty, cheap
servicing costs and value that made the
is transported on weekends and
out of work so why would you ever Mitsubishi also ensure that post sale SOLUTION
Triton a clear winner. compromise on important safety the Triton continues to provide the
features the Triton delivers on. Consumer with excellent reliability,
They are certainly not alone in their Mitsubishi have just released its
support and affordability and is backed
views with car advice glowing in their Apple Car Play / Android Auto is standard Business Advantage (MMBA)
by an excellent warranty of 7 years /
praise including giving it a near perfect fit from the GLX+ model and up and operating lease package with a
150,000km and the peace of mind of an
9.5 out of 10 for value. the GLS Premium tops out the interior long list of features and benefits
unrivalled low capped price service costs
comforts with heated leather appointed tailored to Australian small and
This new MR Triton is undoubtedly the of $597 (4x2) or $897 (4x4) for the first
seats and a super effective roof mounted medium sized businesses.
best Triton ever raising the benchmark in three years or 45,000km’s. Leasing under MMBA frees up
rear air conditioning system, coupled
this segment even higher. business working capital as there is
with excellent rear legroom ensuring Kings Cars also rewards its valued
Although the MR Triton has serious comfort for all the crew. Customers with free car washing, no need for a deposit or to buy the
vehicle at the end of the term.
driveway appeal with its rugged good pick-up and delivery and the availability
Triton’s driveability has always been a
looks, its appeal is more than skin deep. of free loan cars to minimise any
feature with a class leading turning circle
From the GLX+ model up the Triton service disruption.
making it a breeze to drive and park, this
comes with a long list of standard safety
new model has been enhanced even Test Drive the Triton range at Kings
features ensuring at work or play you
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are protected. Autonomous Emergency
enables this excellent turning circle why buying an MR Triton is the best A SMART COMMERCIAL DECISION
Braking (AEB), Lane Departure and
but provides ample legroom for rear commercial decision you will make.
Forward Collision Mitigation to name
occupants as well.

$24,490 DRIVE



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The All-New Toyota HiAce comes standard with next generation Toyota Safety Sense1 features, making every day
driving safer. Its Lane Departure Alert helps you stay in the middle of your lane, whilst the digital rear-view mirror2 makes
those tight spots, your spots. Enjoy an extra pair of eyes on the road with Road Sign Assist which helps to detect certain
speed signs for you. And to top it all off, all van variants come with a 5* ANCAP rating (tested 2019). Driving safely has
never been easier, thanks to the suite of smart technology on the All-New Toyota HiAce.

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1Driver assist feature. Available on certain models and grades. Only operates under certain conditions. Check your Owner’s Manual for explanation of limitations. Please drive safely.
2Available on certain models and grades.
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Youfoodz Meals 210-330g

Selected Varieties



50 ¢
1 22
$ $ 88

Whole Seedless Watermelon Cinnamon Donuts Fresh Gummy Flakes

PER CAN Smiths
Moro Variety Box
Olive Oil 4L 20pk
$29.00 Single Sell $5.50 Single Sell


Coca Cola Cans

24 x 375ml Varieties
$ 40 $ 50 $ 10
$14.50 Single Sell

Johnnie Walker
Red, Smirnoff, Wolf Blass
Bundaberg UP Red Label
or Bunderberg Wine Range
Red 700ml 750ml


Victoria Bitter
Cans and Stubbies
$ 90 $ 70 $ 15
$49.00 Single Sell



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