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(L-R) RMIT student Sam Webb (Brunswick), Michael Howard, RMIT student Erin Wait (Nunawading) and Stephanie Day with the Arbor Town Ballan book of designs.Photo Helen Tatchell

Tree mendous Arbor-town

THE launch of RMIT plans and a book promoting a whole
township arboretum in Ballan got the green thumbs up from
local politicians and environmental activists.
At the launch on Friday, March 20, member for Buninyong
Geoff Howard said he welcomed the plan of greening Ballan’s
streets by creating an arboretum throughout the town.
“The tree planting designs developed as part of this
competition will inspire how our community may look in
the future by integrating innovative tree planting with urban
planning,” Mr Howard said.
“I look forward to watching this project evolve through what

is sure to deliver a major benefit to Ballan and an attraction
across the region.”
Guest speaker Dr Greg Moore congratulated the RMIT
students on their designs.
“I think you have got onto a real winner here. You are
embarking on something that is farsighted and that will be
quite unique if you pull this off,” the Trust for Nature board
trustee said.
“It’s not just decorative, not just pretty, it is functional.”
Dr Moore supported the use of shade trees in towns, cities
and regions to help reduce temperatures by 4 – 6 degrees.

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By planting trees he said: “It is us that make the difference.”
“Plant the right trees in the right place and they’ll be talking
about you in 100 and 150 years,” he said.
In March last year the Ballan Arboretum Group was formed
to begin developing the concept of a whole town arboretum,
after Stephanie Day had a vision and found support from
like-minded Ballan residents. The book was a result of a
14-week investigation by “highly engaged students” who
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As 2015 commemorates the centenary of ANZAC, the Bacchus Marsh Historical Society has explored how conflict and
compassion has shaped the district.
A memorial display will be on show from Sunday April 19,
which features a presentation of the First World War and is
part of the 2015 National Trust Heritage Month.
Bacchus Marsh and District Historical Society President,
Chris Bronchinetti said the display highlighted the lives of
local soldiers and was affiliated with the National Trust’s
theme: ‘Conflict and Compassion’.
“Our display is of our local soldiers in World War One. There
are photos of our soldiers, army records, Avenue of Honours

of the district and articles from the paper of the day, The Bacchus Marsh Express,” she said.
“[There are] also articles from the paper of the Belgium Relief Fund, the Red Cross and some articles when the trains
brought the local boys home from war in 1919”.
Ms Bronchinetti said the society had also been fortunate
enough to receive a copy of Trooper William West’s photo
album, which included his time away at war.
“A copy of the album was donated courtesy of Trooper
West’s nephew, Mr Alan West”, she said.
The display is now available for viewing at the Lerderderg
Library, and an open day will be held by the historical society on April 19 from 10am to 4pm.

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the use of the community
bus for monthly outings for
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The donation was a grant
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An All Abilities Community football game organsied
by the Youth Action Group
will take place this Friday 10
April and will include players with and some without
sporting ability!
Council workers, Mayor
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Cr Tatchell said he was
looking forward to the game
and having a bit of fun with
local youth.
“This is a fantastic opportunity for young people to
get out and have a kick and
learn some leadership and
teamwork skills – hopefully
us old blokes will get a kick
as well,” Cr Tatchell said.
Former AFL players will be
coaching the two teams and
prior to the match, young
people can participate in a
football clinic which will
give them the opportunity
to try a new sport and learn

new skills.
“The event will also enable
council to promote healthy
and active lifestyles, positive mental health and wellbeing,” Cr Tatchell said.
The Youth Action Group
received state government
funding to run the community
football
match
which will allow young
people to engage with positive role models and local
services providers in a fun
environment.
Moorabool Youth Services
and the Youth Action Group
are being supported by Darley Football Club, AFL Victoria, Rotary and the Outside

the Locker Room Program
- all of which have enabled
council to host this fantastic
community event.

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Binding the rural history
By Kate Taylor
A rather delightful book about the history of the
Beremboke and Mt Wallace area is currently in the
making.

Beremboke local of 40 years Deirdre Wilmot has applied
for a Local History Grant to help with the project – with
a letter of support proudly provided by the Moorabool
News.
It’s a matter of partnerships reaching back in time –
Ms Wilmot has been consulting extensively with the
Moorabool News’ prior incarnation, the Ballan News, to
research the project.

“This area is particularly good because it got reported
in the old Ballan News going back to 1872, the Geelong
Advertiser in the 1840s, and the old Ballarat Times from
the goldrush days, then there’s the Weekly Times and
Table Talk which recorded country life, so there’s quite a
few sources,” Ms Wilmot said.

And it’s a medium she is familiar with, having previously
worked as Curator of the State Library’s newspaper
collection.

“I’ve been looking at old newspapers, public records,
shire records, government records, maps from when the
original properties were laid out from about 1868 to 1880.

“I’ve read local stories about what was happening, and
comparing their views to what was in the papers - they
used to record every time there was a picnic, a party, a
fete at the hall, and the Letters to the Editor, they were
quite fun.
“It’s a combination of government sources, family stories,
and newspaper stories, and anything else I can get my
hands on.”

The book is set to cover from settlement in the 1830s up to
1900, and will take about three years to complete – while
Ms Wilmot is also completing her Doctorate in Education.

“There’s just so much - there’s probably a second book in
there to keep me occupied.
“One of the interesting things about this area, it’s almost
a microcosm of what history was like. There’s maps that
virtually haven’t changed, there’s been very, very few
realignments - you can almost trace property by property
by property on the old maps in the State Library.

“I’ve been speaking with two families from the original
settlers, and there’s also people living in Ballan who still
have family connections - someone in their family who
lived out here, or owned land out here.”
And already Ms Wilmot has found oral history to be
quite a powerful source.

“I had one gentleman telling me stories about when his
family lived out here, he was born in the 1920s, and he
was talking about a story in the newspaper of a child
that drowned in a dam. When he talked about it, he said
‘this is where it happened and my grandmother wouldn’t
mention that child’s name or talk about it’ – his telling me
is different to reading a story about a child drowning in a
dam, his grandmother was quite traumatised by it. It’s a
different perspective.
“And about when the Geelong-Melbourne road came
through, he was telling stories about trying to get into
Geelong and the road was washed out - it’s small things,
but it’s personal experiences and family stories about
what happened.

• Emile Just was the first teacher at Beremboke; at aged
19 he became Head Teacher of the Common School No
1071, Beremboke, which he opened on September 5,
1870. A tender was called for the erection of a teacher’s
cottage in 1874.
At a public tea in March 1872, the parents of Beremboke
scholars expressed themselves as well please with the
way Mr Just had brought the children forward.
It became a contentious issue about costs, the role of
the Common committee and the stockmen until it was
disbanded in 1896.
• Post office was opened at Beremboke in 1872.
• In October 1884 200 people attended a picnic in Mr
Mogg’s paddock (the site of the present Mt Wallace Hall.
• In March 1885 whooping cough was so serious in the
district that both Mt Wallace and Beremboke schools
were closed.
• In early 1892 Mt Wallace and Beremboke farmers were
very happy to have a creamery at Mt Wallace but in 1895
the business collapsed and they no longer had access
to it.

CEO signs on

Moorabool Shire Council CEO Rob Croxford was
reappointed for a further five-year term and at the April 2
council meeting in Bacchus Marsh officially signed his
contract, witnessed by Mayor Paul Tatchell and Woodland
Ward Cr. Pat Toohey.

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“It gets you sucked in a bit - you think you’ll start looking
up about the land, and the stories about the people come
up. There was a story about a mother airing mattresses
outside, and a Black snake was in it, and it bit her, and
the child had to run through the bush to get help from
the neighbour’s house, and then the neighbour had to run
through the bush - skirts and all!
“The book is going to be a story, it’s not just going to be
‘this happened, and then this happened’ and I hope it will
be of interest not only to people who live in the district,
because it’s a good historical story.”

Ms Wilmot is appealing for locals to provide any
historical information they have including documents,
photographs and stories; she can be contacted by email at
deirdre@activ8.net.au or by calling 5360 8292.

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We believe that these opportunities for older people will increase their ability to participate socially, in comm
community programs which help to improve their physical and mental health.

Aged and Disability Services

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to reduce social isolation.

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projects, councilors, council staff, community agencies and the community generally will become more awa
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Descendants from
the diggings

(L-R) Descendants of the ‘flag’, Sean and Daniel Weigall
from Gordon. Photo – Jane Gardner

As descendants of a fiery
couple involved in the Eureka
Stockade,
Gordon
resident Jane Gardner and
her two sons celebrated the
160th anniversary of the
uprising by sewing an exact
replica flag.
The flag was raised at the
anniversary celebrations on
a recreated Eureka flagpole.
Ms Gardner explained that
she, along with Daniel and
Sean Weigall, are descended
from Timothy and Anastasia
Hayes’ youngest child Ellen,
on their paternal father’s/
grandfather’s side.
The couple emigrated from
Ireland for the opportunities
afforded in Australia.
“The family of seven sailed
on the Mobile – a journey
of three months, with their
youngest just five months
old. There were very few
houses in Ballarat in those
days. The family lived in a
tent in King Street next to St
Alipius Church and School,
where Anastasia became the
first school mistress.
“There was no running
water, no electricity and no
supermarkets! A sixth child

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was born into these conditions – Ellen.”
Timothy became a digger,
and partner of Peter Lalor
and Duncan Gillies – with
Gillies later becoming Victoria’s 14th Premier.
In the year of the rebellion,
Timothy addressed the miners in favour of the Ballarat
Reform League and was
appointed Chairman of the
10,000 men.
“And so I feel bound to
ask you gentlemen to speak
out your mind. Should any
member of the League be
dragged to the lock-up for
not having the licence, will
a thousand of you volunteer
to liberate the man?” he is
reported to have asked, to a
resounding “Yes! Yes!”
Timothy was arrested as a
leader of the rebellion and
tried for, though later found
not guilty of, High Treason,
with Anastasia suckling
baby Ellen in the courthouse
at his trial.
But Timothy was not the
only Hayes with a role in the
rebellion.
“Anastasia had the reputation of being known as a
‘firebrand’ on the goldfields,
frequently
complaining
about the treatment of the
miners by the authorities.
She encouraged Timothy to
take a leading role amongst
those in Ballarat who were
expressing their dissatisfaction with conditions on the
goldfields,” Ms Gardner
explained.
“Three women - including Anastasia Hayes - were
asked to sew the flag and
have it ready for the meeting
at Bakery Hill in November
1854.”
The flag is widely regarded
as the most important piece
of Crown evidence for the
charge that “the diggers
maliciously and traitorously did raise upon a pole
a certain flag as a standard
and collect round the said
standard and did then solemnly swear to defend each
other with the intention of
levying war against our said
Lady the Queen” according
to the Eureka Trials Public
Records.
Anastasia was also there to
help when doctors came to
amputate Peter Lalor’s arm,
which had been shattered by
bullets when the stockade
was attacked.
“Anastasia assisted by
holding the bowl to catch
the blood as his arm was
removed.
It is said she
wrapped the arm and threw
it down a mine shaft - to be
retrieved later and buried,”
Ms Gardner said.
After the battle, the flag was
torn down and damaged
with swords and bullets by
troopers.
The soldiers burned down
the Hayes tent and all their
possessions were destroyed.

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SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
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ANZAC DAY
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A reminder that The Village will open
at 1pm on Anzac Day.

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Letters to the Editor
Email: news@themooraboolnews.com.au

Newborns in the district
Babies born recently at Bacchus
Marsh and Melton Regional Hospital

Abel Colin ABBOTT has been born to Bacchus Marsh
parents Nancy and Danny. A little brother for Isaiah, Abel
arrived on Tuesday 24 March at 6.46pm weighing 7lb 6oz
(3480 grams).

Karen and Leigh from
Ingliston have welcomed
their first child, a little boy.
Arriving on Monday 30
March at 5.54pm, Edward
William CAINE weighed 7lb
13oz.

Weighing just 2950 grams,
a yet to be named little boy
is the first born child for
Melton parents Samantha
Morrison and Anthony Gul.
The precious bundle
arrived at 11.50 on Monday
30 March 2015.

Jesse and Alannah have a
new sister, Jazmine
LYNCH. Born to Bacchus
Marsh parents Sain and
Damien on Wednesday 25
March, Jazmine weighed
3200 grams.

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KERB CHATTER
By Jessica Howard

Do you agree with the new laws to come into effect on
April 13, which will ban smoking within four metres of
all schools, kindergartens and health services?

A decade of
supporting a life cycle
Andrew

Bill

I’ve never smoked before so I think it’s a
very good idea
- Andrew (Lal Lal)
Yes it’s a very good idea for obvious
health reasons
- Bill (Springbank)
Definitely, I work at a school and have
children in school and they shouldn’t be
exposed to that .
- Shana (Gordon)
I guess so, but a lot of people who work
in those fields would have been smoking
for years and I’m sure they won’t be
happy
- Kath (Geelong)

Shana

Yes, I’m a non-smoker and I don’t want
that around my kids
- Maree (Gordon)

By Jessica Howard
For the tenth consecutive
year, Bacchus Marsh Rotary
Club treasurer Russell Gilbert (pictured) has ridden
1,000 kilometres for charity.
Since 2005, Mr Gilbert has
taken part in the annual
Rotary District ‘Ride to Conference’, which raises money
for a variety of local charities
and hospitals, with a strong
focus on health research.
However this decade feat
is not the only thing the
Bacchus Marsh accountant
has to celebrate, 2015 also
marks the year in which he
has donated $50,000 to assist a number of different
charities.
Each year Mr Gilbert, in accordance with Account(able)
Bacchus Marsh, has been a

gold sponsor for the event,
which includes a $5,000 donation to the Rotary trust
fund.
“Since 2009 we have donated to Ovarian Cancer
Research, however before
that proceeds went to things
like prostate cancer, heart
monitors for the Children’s
Hospital and defibrillators
for newborn babies,” Mr Gilbert said.
The 2015 Ride to Conference
was held at The Giro Tasmania in Hobart on Friday,
March 6 and covered almost
1,000-kilometres over seven
days, with an increasing
altitude gain of over 11,000
metres.
After a hernia operation in
November, Mr Gilbert said
that he initially didn’t expect
to finish the course, however

it was his determination that
took him to the finish line.
“On the second day we rode
up the mountains and it was
really strenuous work, we
could only manage about
8km/hr so it took a long time
to go even a short distance,”
he said.
“Then it started raining and
everything was absolutely
soaked. I think I got pretty
close to hypothermia… but
you just switch off, keep riding and don’t worry about
anything. Ever year has its
bad days”.
Along side his 25-person
ride team, Mr Gilbert helped
raise $60,000 for ovarian
cancer and said he looks forward to participating again
next year. 
For more information, visit http://www.
rotarydistrict9800.org.au

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL
The next Ordinary Meeting of the Moorabool Shire Council will be held Wednesday
6 May at the Council Chambers, 15 Stead Street, Ballan, at 5.00pm.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
COMMITTEE MEETINGS
The next Section 86 committee meetings will be held Wednesday 15 April in the
James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh:
Development Assessment Committee – 4pm
Place Making Committee – 5.30pm
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
DISCOUNT MICROCHIPPING
Council is offering the following discounted microchipping days to residents on:
Saturday 11 April, outside the Lederderg Library, 10am -2pm
$25 per pet, no appointment necessary, animal registration can also be paid on the day.
Dogs must be on a leash and cats secured in a carry cage.
Contact Council’s Community Safety team on 5366 7100 for more information.

SATURDAY MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH SESSIONS
Are you a working parent? Are you a parent who would like to attend MCH
appointments but are not available during the week?
Due to community feedback, the Maternal and Child Health service will be trialling a
Saturday morning service from March to June 2015.
Appointments will be available between 9.30am and 12pm on the following dates:
April 18, May 16, June 20
Venue: Darley MCH Centre, Lerderderg Children’s Centre, Albert St, Darley. For
bookings or more information contact MCH Admin on 5366 7100 or email
mchadmin@moorabool.vic.gov.au
EMPLOYMENT
Council invites applications for the existing vacancy
• Community Development Officer – Temporary Full-time
Maternity Leave position - applications close on 10 April 2015
**Please be advised we do not accept applications through agencies**
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342
Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au

Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au

CEO: Rob Croxford

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this section will only appear if a paid public notice also appears in the classifieds section, as per the constitution of Business & Consumer Affairs for incorporated groups.

ADULT EDUCATION
Ballan & District Community House
TERM 2 Program is out now – check your mail boxes in the
coming weeks or call in at the Community House during
office hours to get your copy. Bookings and enquiries call
5368 1934.
Bacchus Marsh Community College
Places available in Cert IV Training and Assessment and Cert
II Community Services beginning mid April; Introduction to
Computers (Digital Literacy) - Level 1 Wed 15/4 4 sess; Level
2 13/5 4 sessions; Introduction to Excel (evening) 15/4 6 sess;
MYOB (evening) and Book Keeping (day) classes beginning
on Wed 15/4; Food Hygiene 21/4; RSA 29/4; First Aid 19 &
26/5. Enquiries/Bookings - 53671061.
Melton South Community Centre
Term 2 program of classes out now.  Classes available for
computers, beauty, craft, cooking, first aid and lots more.
Enquiries & Bookings - 9747 8576.
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre
33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses, recreation
classes, community groups, occasional child care, venue hire.
Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390, www.darleylearning.
com

MEETINGS
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by Drugs.
Enquiries - 1300 660 068.
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers
Memorial Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535 or secretary@
lallalmooraboolphotographicgroup.org
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Jack  9741 9705.

MARKETS
Ballan Lions Club Market
Saturday 2 May, 8am-1pm.
1st Saturday each Month. Inglis St, Ballan.
Darley Market
Saturday 2 May, 8am – 1pm. Stalls offer bric-a-brac, fruit/veg,
clothing, plants and more. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at
Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan)

MARKETS
Ballan Farmers Market
Next Market – Saturday 11 April, 9am-1pm.
2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park.
Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.

CHURCH
Catholic Parish of Gordon
Mass Times: Saturday 11 April – Springbank, 6:30pm
Sunday 12 April – Bungaree, 8:45am; Ballan, 10:30am.
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon
Service Times - Sunday 12 April - St John’s Bungaree, 9am; St
John’s Ballan, 11am. Enquiries to Glen Wesley on 5368 2730.
Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday (3rd Sunday of
month Family Service). Pentland Hills 2pm 1st Sunday of
month. Enq 5367 2543 (office) or www.themarshuca.org.au
Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Service Times - Sundays 8.30am & 10am; Wednesdays 10am;
Balliang - 2nd & 4th Sundays 9am; Myrniong - 1st & 3rd
Sunday 11am; Messy Church - 3rd Sunday 5pm. Enquiries
5367 5362 (office).
Church of the Living God
Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church - Sundays, 10:30am
Worship Service and Children’s Program. Phone 5367 6550
for more details.
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Sunday Mass 11.30am (2nd & 4th Sunday of Month)
Ballan Uniting Church
Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am
Reflective Worship
Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Further details – 0429 681 566
Bacchus Christian Fellowship
Sunday Services 11am, RSL, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
Enquiries Jim Barefoot – 0434 341 797

Ballan Uniting Church

Millers Fashion Parade
Thursday 16th April 1.30 pm
Church Hall, Inglis Street
$5 includes afternoon tea.

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Photo Credit – ‘FREEDOM’ by Noni Shugg (CHiPA)

Focus on learning

By Kate Taylor
Dennis Spielvogel is seeking information regarding WWI participants from the Bungaree
district. Photo Helen Tatchell

War veterans
sought

As ANZAC day fast approaches, Moorabool Shire
war veterans are being
sought in order to compile a
record for the Bungaree and
District Historical Society.
In conjunction with the
Bungaree Football Club and
Bungaree Recreation Reserve, the society has been
working tirelessly in organising the 2015 ANZAC day
event.
Bungaree Historical Society
president, Dennis Spielvogel
said the society was looking
for any information regard-

ing residents from the shire
who had participated in the
First World War.
“Our society was successful in obtaining funding for
the erection of a permanent
monument to all those men
and women who served in
Australia’s armed forces,” he
said.
“If you know of anyone,
a relative, a neighbour or
a friend who served in the
First World War please contact us as soon as possible so
we can include the information in our display.”
The unveiling of the display
will be revealed on Saturday

April 25 at 11am at the Bungaree Recreation Reserve,
and will be the centre point
of the ANZAC day game between Bungaree and Clunes
Football clubs.
“The best player will receive
the ANZAC Day Medal on
the day,” Mr Spielvogel said.
“We are inviting all exservice men and women
to attend the unveiling as
our special guests, however the unveiling is open to
everybody”.
For
more
information
contact Dennis Spielvogel
on 5334 0245 or spielfot@big
pond.com

“We also hold group outings and have been to places
such as Tahbilk Winery, Serendip, Science Works, TinaKori Wildlife Sanctuary to
name a few.”
The group has come a
long way since its humble
beginnings.
“We weren’t sure if anyone
would come along to that
first workshop … we really hoped someone would!
Needless to say we were
completely blown away
when we did a count and
realised there were 42 people in the Gordon Hall that
night. Over the course of
our first year our membership grew from the eight
founding members to just
over 50 members.
“We have a closed FaceBook
group and we encourage
sharing of images amongst
our members and followers.
Our website has also been
incredibly successful with
well over 65,000 visits in just
over 12 months.”
Workshops are held at the
Gordon Hall on the fourth
Friday of each month, starting at 7pm.

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Wednesday, 22nd April
10am - 4pm
Darley Neighbourhood House
33-35 Jonathon Drive
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By Jessica Howard

Each month, a group of up
to 60 shutterbugs ranging
from teens to octogenarians,
from beginners to professionals, gather at the Gordon
Hall.
It really is phenomenal
growth for a photography
club that started out as eight
friends with cameras, and is
just over one year old.
As Central Highlands imaging and Photographic
Association Inc (CHiPA) Secretary Noni Shugg explains,
it is different to many clubs
in that it is not focussed on
competition, rather its main
focus is on helping people
learn about their cameras
and the different aspects of
photography as well as helping to develop their skills
and confidence.
“Our workshops are always
hands on and informative.
We generally have quite
a few stations set up, so
after the presentation for
the evening, we set about
practising what has been
taught,” she said.
“At CHiPA we share the
knowledge we have and we

encourage a collaborative
and supportive environment; we are fortunate to
have some very skilled photographers in our midst who
are willing to share what
they know with the rest of
us.
“We encourage our members to remain active between workshops and to
help with that we run a scavenger hunt each month, the
idea of which is to encourage our members to get out
and photograph things they
may not normally think to
photograph and to encourage them to become more
familiar with their cameras.”
CHiPA has since had exhibitions this year and last at
the Bacchus Marsh Public
Hall for the Harvest Festival,
as well as at the Strawberries
and Cherries Festival last
year and again in November.
“We had over 300 images
at each of the exhibitions…
our members have varied
interests so our workshops
over the past 12 months have
looked at topics such as table
top/still life, macro, splash
art, smoke, portraiture,
light painting, capturing
lightning.

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The push to
get active
“I’m pleased council is getting behind this initiative
and hopefully we will have
many members of the community take part in the local pram walk in Bacchus
Marsh on April 20. As well
as hitting the 30 minutes a
day of activity for that day
in April, the event will give
people a chance to meet new
people and be doing something healthy for their mind
and body,” Cr Tatchell said.
The pram walk was an initiative of a local playgroup
and will depart from St Andrews Church car park at
1.30pm on Monday, April 20.

“All interested playgroups
and local mums, dads and
carers, with or without
prams are invited to come
along for a fun walk,” Cr
Tatchell said.
Participants can track their
physical activity on an Active April app and use the
online activity tracker to log
daily activity and track progress throughout the month.
Register at activeapril.vic.
gov.au or for more information contact the council’s early years team on 5366 7100 or
email info@moorabool.vic.
gov.au

(L-R) Jodie, Suzanne and Carrisa before their locks were shaved.

(L-R) Carissa, Suzanne and Jodie after they shaved for their cause. Photos - submitted

Hair today, gone tomorrow

By Jessica Howard

The Banks Family have
braved the shave and lost
their locks to help support
the Leukaemia Foundation.
After seeing the effects of
cancer through family members and the Bacchus Marsh
Bowling Club, Suzanne,
Jodie and Carissa Banks
decided that shaving their
heads was something they
just needed to do.
Mother of Jodie and Carissa, Suzanne said losing their
locks was a daunting experience but they had no regrets.
“We all feel wonderful for it
and we are all very proud of

ourselves,” she said.
“Carissa and I travelled
to Federation Square mid
March and the Leukaemia
Foundation shaved our
heads. The next day we
went to Jodie’s house and
had a celebration whilst she
shaved hers”.
While Carissa and Jodie
donated their hair to the
Foundation to be made into
wigs, the mother-daughter
trio have so far raised close
to $7000.
“Our initial target was to
raise $5000, but we are still
raising money today and
have so far raised nearly

$7000,” Ms Banks said.
“For those who are interested, I would tell them to
just do it, because you don’t
know how beautiful you really feel and I’m sure that
those who are sick would
look at us and feel really
inspired. There are so many
people who are effected by
leukaemia and I just wish
they could find a cure… but
this is our way to help out”.
Since starting in 1998, brave
shavers have raised around
$178 million to help beat
leukaemia. To donate to Suzanne, Jodie and Carissa visit my.leukaemiafoundation.
org.au/teambanks.

Managing director Peter Dickson with Cavalier Homes general manager Carmel Baker.

Estate plans underway

SOIL will be turned for the
world’s first over 55s gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender
and intersex (GLBTI) community residential estate by
January next year.
The Ballan Linton Estate
already has eight people
in the pre-contract stage
for a place in the 120-house
development.
Linton Estate founder and
managing director Peter
Dickson said he’d partnered
with Cavalier Homes to produce plans for one, two and
three bedroom dwellings –
named the Max, Sylvia, Val,
Dorothy, Lorraine and Joan
for his parents and aunties.
“It’s an environment where
you are free to live your
life without judgement. Regardless of your cultural
background, religion, age or
sexuality, I want Linton to
be seen as a safe haven,” Mr
Dickson said.
He said Linton Estate focused on the GLBTI community as they aged, giving
residents another option
that previously had not been
offered in Australia or the
World.
“It’s important to create
comfortable and safe places
for everyone to age in peace,”
he said.
Mr Dickson has set a new
standard when it comes to
residential villages with the
inclusion of many unique

benefits when you become a
member of the Linton Estate
family.
He said people could leave
their homes to someone after they passed away, they
could rent or sublet their
house, they could charge
board, it didn’t have to be a
person’s principal place of
residence, they could still
work full-time, people didn’t
have to be 55 to live in the
estate, there was a guaranteed buy-back scheme, they
could have two pets and if
people needed to move into
a high care facility then they
would still be looked after
by a Linton Estate residential advocate in a ‘Florence
Nightingale’ program.
“The Florence program covers all residents including
boarders and partners. It’s
about the resident, the person and caring. They won’t
live in isolation,” Mr Dickson said.
“It’s all about service and
quality of life. Older people
are the history of Australia.
They’ve worked hard and
are still working hard, so
let’s look after them.”
He said he would also establish a foundation, which
would fundraise to help local organisations including
the Ballan hospital.
When complete, the village
will employ 35 staff, including a full-time manager who
will live onsite.

Cavalier Homes’ general
manager Carmel Baker said
it was a great opportunity
to be involved in a project
where the developer had a
genuine desire to create a
respectful, safe and fair environment for people.
She said when she was first
approached by Mr Dickson
to design and build homes
for Linton Estate “I wanted
to understand why someone
would want to live here”.
“Ballan is like a quaint
country retreat. I was instantly relaxed when I visited. It’s the ultimate lifestyle
village location,” Ms Baker
said.
“When you want to put
roots down in the twilight
time of your life then you
want flexibility. The generation coming through who
will be our first customers
don’t typically have children, so we had to think
‘what happens and who will
look after them?’”
Mr Dickson has even
thought beyond his own life
expectancy. He said he will
establish a board of governance to protect all the goals,
values and morals of the Linton Estate lifestyle village so
that “everyone’s going to be
okay”.
Homes at Linton Estate
are now available for sale.
For more information visit
lintonestate.com.au

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Moorabool Shire Council
will hold a pram walk in
April as part of the Premier’s
Active April challenge.
The Active April challenge
encourages all Victorians to
do 30 minutes of physical activity a day during April. It’s
free, it’s fun and it’s part of
the Victorian government’s
commitment to get more
people active and healthy.
Moorabool Shire Council
mayor Paul Tatchell said the
challenge provided a great
opportunity to make regular
physical activity a part of
your day.

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Choosing an
agent to sell
a property
Whilst comparing commissions is important it should
not be the only criteria. You
seek to engage an agent
that will be able to gain the
best possible price and this
may not necessarily be the
agent that provides you with
the lowest quote for their
services.

Enzo Raimondo
CEO, REIV

Luxury living at its finest
7 Alice Close, Bacchus Marsh
Price: $795,000

Experience the best of everything in this stunning
architecturally designed family residence, located only
2.5kms from the town centre. Entering through the glazed
feature front door you are instantly greeted with polished
floorboards and drawn into the spectacular, sun-filled, open
plan kitchen meals area with cathedral ceilings that overlook
the salt water pool and beautifully landscaped gardens.
Situated on a generous 1657 square metre block there is
nothing that has been missed in the construction of this
quality dream home. Everything in this property is oversized
from the master bedroom retreat with palatial walk-in robe
and ensuite, to the 3 additional generous bedrooms plus
study, 2 living areas and luxury kitchen with stone bench
tops and quality appliances.
Entertain your friends in the gazebo area beside the pool
with motorised blinds to ensure comfort all year around and
if it gets a chilly, slip into the man cave with separate toilet,
bar and provision for a TV to watch the footy or chat about
the best decision you ever made when purchasing this home.
Inspection will amaze, properties of this calibre are rare and
highly worthy of inspection.

arbee real estate
140 Main Street, Bacchus

Marsh

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Bob Gunnell – 0417 566 951
Peter Leonard – 0429 671 990

Steve Creese – 0475 888 101
Ian McDonald – 0418 522 549

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Selecting the estate agent
to sell your home requires
careful consideration, as it
is your most valuable asset.
When looking to sell, there
are two aspects of choosing
an estate agent that are important to focus on.
The first factor is the local
reputation of the agent.

Research commissioned by
the REIV showing that home
sellers prefer estate agents
that are well regarded in the
local area. Speaking with
family, friends and neighbours should provide you
with information on their interaction with nearby agents,
and seeking advice from
people you trust is always
valuable.
There’s clear value in using
an agent that knows the area
and its attractions, which
lend themselves to the marketing of your home.

Another important factor
is the commission. Sellers
should compare the cost
the agent is quoting to sell
the property, the strategy
behind the advertising and
marketing campaign and
the agent’s professionalism.

You should also not necessarily choose the agent who
provides you the highest estimated selling price for your
property. You should ask for
the comparable sales in the
local area and the analysis of
market trends that the agent
used when they developed
their estimated selling price.

Finally, the quality of an
agent is directly linked to
their education, training and
access to market data.

Members have access to
current information on each
region of the state, including
home and unit prices, wider
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to timing the sale of your
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private sale or auction.

REIV members also undertake continuing professional
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OPEN FOR INSPECTION
Wed 8th April 5.00-5.30pm

AUCTION

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

Saturday 11th April at 11.00am

Sat 11th April 1.00-1.30pm

WHAT AN OPPORTUNITY!

Balliang East

AUCTION

4

140 Agars Road

1

Here is an opportunity to make this property your own with just a little bit of work. The weatherboard house
has 4 bedrooms & 2 living areas & is serviced by a wood heater in the lounge & a wall ac in both the lounge
& the meals area. Externally there is a large bungalow & 2 sheds. The home is on a flat 10 acre block & is
ideally located between Geelong and Bacchus Marsh. It lends itself to an idyllic rural lifestyle and would
be perfect for the horse enthusiast.
PID: 781018

ASKING $349,000

WHAT A GREAT LOCATION!

Bacchus Marsh

39 George Street

2

2

2

Unique little weatherboard house in sought after street. 3 bedrooms, or 2 bedrooms & a second living
or dining area. 2 bathrooms & a European laundry. Master bedroom has double BIRs & a full ens, 2nd
bedroom has double BIRs. 3rd bedroom has the flexibility to change to suit your needs. OFP & split
system a/c in the lounge & ducted gas heating. Double length carport. Established landscaped gardens,
water tanks set on a large block, short stroll to the Village Shopping Centre.
PID: 782940

Bacchus Marsh

STYLISH MODERN LIVING AT ITS BEST!

Bacchus Marsh

4

2

2

4/21 Fredrick Street

ASKING $349,000

3

2

2

This smart Townhouse has it all for the modern buyer. In as new condition it offers 3 bedrooms, the master
with ensuite & WIR & the others with BIR. It also offers a well appointed kitchen with island workbench
& S/S appliances, a meals/dining area and an excellent lounge in which to relax & unwind. With ducted
heating & cooling, 2 living areas & quality fixtures this is a must see property. A double garage & front &
rear landscaping with a decked BBQ area complete the picture.
PID: 783136

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

Sat 11th April 2.00-2.30pm

Bacchus Marsh

7 Alice Close

This magnificent executive home has a style like no other. Comprising 4 double bedrooms with BIRs,
master with ens & WIR, study, extensive living areas including open plan lounge, separate rumpus room
& open plan kitchen/meals. With stunning features including timber floors, 10ft ceilings, stainless steel
appliances, evap cooling, hydronic heating, inground pool, alfresco, landscaped gardens on a huge
1600m² block. Book your inspections today to appreciate all that is on offer here.
PID: 782339

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

Sat 11th April 1.00-1.30pm

ASKING $330,000

WALK TO EVERYTHING

ASKING $795,000

EXECUTIVE HOME

3

1/23 Manor Street

1

3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home located in one of the premier locations in town. Within walking distance to
everything, this home has a nice sized lounge & dining area adjacent to the kitchen. Bedrooms 1 & 2 have
built in robes. Gas heater in the lounge & a wall a/c in the dining area. Externally there is a garden shed &
covered pergola area & it is all on a low maintenance manageable block. Better than a unit this property
is ideal for those looking to downsize into a central location.
PID: 766938

COMFORT, CONVENIENCE & CHARM

Bacchus Marsh

4/236 Main Street

ASKING $275,000

2

1

1

Whether you are looking for a lifestyle move or an investment opportunity, this one is not to be missed. In
a prime location on the east end of Main Street, this single level unit features 2 bedrooms, both with BIR’s,
gas heating, split system cooling, light-filled courtyard, enclosed carport & storage area. Situated in a
group of only 4 units, under 400 metres from the Village Shopping Centre & 150 metres from The Avenue
Bowling Club, this neat, original unit will be highly sought after.
PID: 784181

OPEN FOR INSPECTION
Sat 11th April 2.00-2.30pm

ULTIMATE FAMILY LIVING ON QUARTER ACRE

Bacchus Marsh

108 Albert Street

ASKING $465,000

4

2

2

Positioned on the edge of Grantleigh Estate is this exceptionally spacious family residence. Impressive
master bedroom & ensuite complete with WIR. A large study & home theatre room, large kitchen, floating
island bench, walk in pantry & large formal dining & lounge that continues onto the covered outdoor
decking. A further 3 bedrooms all with built in robes, a second living area & main bathroom. Double
remote controlled garage with internal access. 3½ KW solar power system.
PID: 767730

Daryl Gould
0409 233 157

Bob Gunnell
0417 566 951

140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

ASKING $499,000

AS GOOD AS NEW

Bacchus Marsh

85 Dundas Street

3

2

2

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

Peter Leonard
0429 671 990

Ph 5367 2333

Steve Creese
0475 888 101

Ian McDonald
0418 522 549

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LEN SMITH

www.lensmith.com.au

REAL ESTATE

Location, You Will Love It!

NEW LISTING - Tree Change Beckons - INSPECT THURSDAY

AUCTION

BACCHUS MARSH 29A Graham Street

Superbly designed with Northerly aspect. Absolutely immaculate
inside and out, boasting high ceilings, double hung windows,
large lounge room with adjoining meals/dining area and quality
kitchen with walk-in pantry. Family sized bathroom with double
shower, low allergy floor heating and evaporative cooling. Single
garage/workspace with auto remote, front verandah, sun soaked
courtyard area, low maintenance garden and a side fernery. Close
to Main Street Shopping, Cafes and Railway Station.

2

1

1

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $352,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Absolute Convenience - INSPECT WEDNESDAY

DALES CREEK 124 Dales Creek Avenue

Calling for all genuine tree changers, escapees of the rat race
and lovers of the Australian bush, here is your opportunity to
secure this 4 bedroom home located in the Wombat State Forest
set on 1½ acres of natural bush. Western red cedar, 216 sqm of
living, well-appointed kitchen with stainless steel appliances, 2
bathrooms, wood heater & split system cooling, wide verandahs,
4 car garage, double carport, ample water storage plus dam.
Make this your own piece of Australia.

4

2

4

Inspect: Thurs 5.00-5.30pm
Auction: May 2nd 12:00pm
On Site
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Modern family retreat!

DARLEY 127 Holts Lane

Modern family retreat! This flawlessly presented home delivers
practical family living. Comprising of 4 bedrooms master with ensuite and walk-in robe, 2 generous living areas, separate study,
stunning kitchen, with caesar stone bench tops and quality
stainless steel appliances. Outside there is a double sized alfresco
entertainment area, for all year round usage. Beautiful gardens
and double garage. Style unsurpassed.

BACCHUS MARSH 29 Manor Street

2

1

1

Inspect: Wed 5.00-5.30pm
Price: $285,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Spacious Home in Quiet Court

4

2

2

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $439,500
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Location, Location, Location

Perfectly positioned in family friendly street near Village Shopping
Centre, Schools & Kindergartens. Well maintained home could be easily
transformed to suit a modern day lifestyle. 3 spacious bedrooms, sizeable
lounge with gas heater & gas central heating throughout, polished
timber hardwood flooring & high ceiling. Kitchen is well portioned with
timber cupboards & a breakfast bar which leads to a sitting room/dining
area, very neat bathroom and laundry. Brick lock up garage, loads of room
for caravan/boat/trailer etc. Resting on a large block (app 847 sqm).

DARLEY 5/125 Gisborne Road

Perfectly positioned only moments stroll to Darley shopping centre
and all of its convenience, this quality villa ticks all the right boxes
when it comes to easy care living in a sought after location. Bright
interiors with air conditioned living and dining areas. Modern kitchen
with quality appliances plus ample cupboard space. 2 generous sized
bedrooms both with built in robes. A slick well located bathroom.
Easy care rear and side courtyards. Single garage with interior access.
This property is a must for you to inspect.

BACCHUS MARSH 16 Cunningham Close

Beyond the modest façade of this comfortable home lies a remarkably
spacious, private and convenient home. The home is designed to take in the
North aspect and the land size is approximately 1100sqm. Set back from the
street and offering a versatile floorplan, neatly presented interiors, spacious
lounge, adjoining dining room, kitchen/meals area. 3 generous bedrooms
master with WIR & ensuite, central bathroom and laundry. Outside you will
find established gardens, paved driveway, 4 car carport. Set in a quiet court
only minutes from Primary Schools and local Shopping Centre.

3

2

4

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $346,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Greendale Lifestyle!

3

1

1

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $415,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

166 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

GREENDALE 41 Lacote Road

4½ acres of land just 4kms from Freeway entrance to Melbourne. Spacious
4 bedroom home offers panoramic views. Comprising 2 generous living
areas with Northerly aspect, high ceilings, floating timber floors, a deluxe
kitchen with stone bench tops, island bench, pantry and quality appliances.
Master bedroom is huge with WIRs & ensuite featuring corner spa. The
remaining bedrooms have BIRs, ample hallway cupboard storage, wood
heating and split system a/c. Good grazing, shade trees, 2 loose horse
stalls, ample water storage, 12 x 6m colorbond workshop, double carport,
separate 9m x 6m colorbond workshop, double carport, and large dam.

Phone: 5367 8128

4

2

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $595,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Mobile: 0418 343 754

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John Kontek
R E A L

E S T A T E

LEONARDS HILL
Lot 2, 2173
Ballan-Daylesford Road

NE

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

B A L L A N

NG
ISTI
WL

186 Kennedys Lane

$659,000

Set up for the horse enthusiast, cedar home
set on approx. 18 acres. 3 good sized
bedrooms, master with a WIR and ensuite.
Combustion wood fire, cathedral ceilings
and front and rear verandahs. 2 car LUG
plus a single garage, large separate work/
storage shed, dog kennel. 2 Internal stables,
tack room, horse wash, 2 external stables,
several day paddocks with shelters and a
large paddock approximately 8 acres in size.
A flood lit arena, water troughs with ball floats
and a hay/machinery shed of appx 15 x 15 ft.

ON SITE

SATURDAY 11/4/2015 AT 11AM

• 49 Acres Rich Volcanic Soil
• Large Spring Fed Dam
• Farm Wire Fencing
• Main Road Frontage

WALLACE

BALLAN

$439,000

$259,000

9 Windle Street

704 Bungaree-Wallace Road

MINERS COTTAGE 3BR

SPACE FOR THE FAMILY

• 3 Bedroom miners cottage.
• Lounge with elec heating.
• Large kitchen.
• Bathroom with wth claw foot bath.
• Court yard.
• Out door area.
• Large yard.

Neatly presented 3 bedroom Timber set home offers
comfortable family living on approx 1.75 acres, with new
carpet, floor tiles and window coverings throughout.
The kitchen provides a gas stove, dishwasher, ceiling
fan and new tiles. Dining room has a reverse cycle air
conditioner. 2 of the 3 bedrooms have BIRs, the master
has a walk through robe which leads to an ensuite with a
toilet and vanity. All bedrooms are carpeted. The family
bathroom includes a separate bath/shower and toilet is
separate. The laundry offers storage and tiled flooring.
Patio/entertaining area, two car garage with cement
flooring, wood heater and remote roller doors. There
is also a storage shed and a single LUG with cement
flooring. Great access to the Western Freeway and only
10 minutes out of Ballarat.

NE

BUNDING

EQUINE EXCELLENCE

AUCTION

BALLAN

NG
ISTI
L
W

Ph: 5368 1455

BALLAN

1 Haddon Drive

44-45 Haddon Drive

$1,100,000

WORK FROM HOME!

INDUSTRIAL WAREHOUSE

Large industrial shed of approximately
1000m2 of floor space. Separate
office with all amenities plus separate
3 bedroom timber set home. Set on
approximately 5000m2 allotment.

CA44: Large concrete factory set on appx
1ha (2.5 acres). Ground floor area of
882m2, including a reception room and
a toilet, block of 4. First floor (mezanine)
210m2, with 3 offices, separate waiting
room, separate kitchen/ammenities, a
separate toilet block with 2 WCs and a
shower plus a separate storage room.
CA45: 1.036ha (2.5 acres appx) of
vacant industrial land, will sell separately.

GORDON

BALLAN

$199,000

$495,000

41 Main Street

ATTENTION INVESTORS

COURT LOCATION

Centrally located you will find this 2
bedroom miners cottage full of character
and charm complete with an outside
bathroom. This cosy little home is set
on a larger block off appx 878 M2
and is currently returning $758 PCM in
rent. A short 10 minute drive to Ballan,
15 to Ballarat and just over an hour to
Melbourne.

3 bedroom b/v set on appx 2770m2. All bedrooms
with BIRs with the master having an ensuite with
shower toilet and vanity and a WIR. Open plan
kitchen dining family areas with timber flooring.
Modern kitchen with a WIP, electric wall oven, gas
cook top and a dishwasher. Main bathroom has
separate bath and shower and toilet. Reverse cycle
ducted heating/cooling plus gas energy saver in the
kitchen/family area. Rear covered decking area, a
20x30’ shed, 2x water tanks. Chicken pens and
vegetable gardens for the whole family to enjoy. All
completed with lovely kept grounds and gardens
in a quiet court location close to all amenities. An
inspection is sure to impress.

John Kontek
R E A L

E S T A T E

B A L L A N

128 INGLIS STREET, BALLAN

Geoff Taylor
Director / Sales Manager
0413 662 925

Dave McLennan
Sales
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22/06/1936
– 27/10/2012
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CANCER—June 22-July 22
There could be lots of commotion and motion before the
weekend and it seems that you are never doing just one
job at a time. This week offers great potential for
accomplishments, particularly creative and financial ones.

Stars & Puzzles
LEO—July 23-August 22

Your favourite companion is surprisingly generous while
you are becoming more sensible in your own handling of
funds. If entertaining, try for a different approach. One
caution, be super-tactful with older guests.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22

QUICK PUZZLE

★★★★★★★★
★★★★★★★★
ARIES—March 21-April 20
A mixed week. Friends are difficult to please and you
could hear disappointing news about someone you respect. This week you should have significant career
acomplishments and travel is accented through the
weekend.
TAURUS—April 21-May 22
You have to give up some of the limelight you have enjoyed lately, but learn to play a supporting role and you
will come out a winner. An invitation arrives from
someone you don’t know well - accept and enjoy a
marvellous time.
GEMINI—May 23-June 21
Possible financial confusion strikes later in the week, so
keep all receipts. Your timing is superb on the weekend.
Enter contests, ask questions and go hunting for bargains.
Friends stun you with outspokenness.

NO. 8899
ACROSS
7. Be pessimistic
(4,3,5)
8. Ship (6)
9. Bellowed (6)
10. Fighter (7)
12. Brief (5)
15. Board game (5)
16. Train (7)
18. Accuse (6)
20. Bulletin (6)
22. South American
monkey (6,6)

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
11.
13.
14.
17.
19.
21.

DOWN
Will (8)
Run (4)
Cigar (7)
Vowed (5)
Rest (8)
An inflamation (4)
Curb (8)
Shy (8)
Intense (7)
Number (5)
Mess (4)
Tree (4)

CRYPTIC PUZZLE

CANCER—June 22-July 22
There could be lots of commotion and motion before the
weekend and it seems that you are never doing just one
job at a time. This week offers great potential for
accomplishments, particularly creative and financial ones.
LEO—July 23-August 22
Your favourite companion is surprisingly generous while
you are becoming more sensible in your own handling of
funds. If entertaining, try for a different approach. One
caution, be super-tactful with older guests.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
You can perform a valuable task by helping friends understand some of their problems. As for your own, a romantic strain is easing but a financial dilemma seems to
become more complicated the more you work at it.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Commitments take more time than anticipated and you
could be forced to cancel some engagements. Some of
your best ideas are met with an unenthusiastic reaction.
Rather than discard them, try reshaping them.

ACROSS
7. A delicate air? (6,6). 8. To be obstructive, remain standing (4,2). 9. Left in play (6). 10. The hopelessness of
Mister Twain (7). 12. Crams, or studies, coming back
(5). 15. By means of a gun, is exterminating (5). 16. Very
bright: that’s obvious (7). 18. Yell and go off about the
English (6). 20. Rose left mother back (6). 22. What the
birds on the branches are cackling at? (8,4).

SUDOKU

DOWN
1. Anxious at finding the balance reduced (8). 2. A stage
on the way to the record (4). 3. Doesn’t give vent to and
maintains good relations with (5,2). 4. Tell the brothers
(5). 5. Make an impression when you enter (8). 6. Now
the man is getting about (4). 11. Thought water deer
were wild (8). 13. Became incoherent and we got embarrassed about (8). 14. Awful racket. Restoring calm
takes three-quarters of an hour (7). 17. Strike one as
little small, to start with (5). 19. Rick will turn up (4). 21.
Take out something sticky from a box? (4).

Expect unusually large demands on your time, with people coming to you for love advice and moral support. In
romance, a loved one may seem typically lighthearted.
The financial picture brightens by the weekend.

SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8898

CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Across - 7, Gentle breeze. 8, Stop up. 9, Exited. 10,
Des-pair. 12, Stows (rev.). 15, Using (anag.). 16, Glaring. 18, Scr-E-am. 20, Mad-der (rev.). 22, Chestnut tree.
Down - 1, Rest-less. 2, St-EP. 3, Keeps in. 4, Order. 5,
Register. 6, He-re. 11, Pond-ered. 13, W-and-e-red. 14,
Clam-(h)our. 17, S-mite. 19, Cock. 21, Date.

QUICK SOLUTIONS
Across - 6, House martin. 7, Live. 8, Marigold. 9, Strain.
10, Tavern. 12, Prompt. 15, Spruce. 17, Cashmere. 19,
Idea. 20, Like the wind.
Down - 1, Lukewarm. 2, German. 3, Carrot. 4, Stag. 5,
Angler. 6, Hoist. 11, Virginia. 13, Really. 14, Treaty. 15,
Sweden. 16, Creed. 18, Hike.

QUICK SOLUTIONS
Across - 7, Fear the worst. 8, Cutter. 9, Roared. 10,
Warrior. 12, Short. 15, Chess. 16, Express. 18, Charge.
20, Report. 22, Spider monkey.
Down - 1, Bequeath. 2, Trot. 3, Cheroot. 4, Swore. 5,
Breather. 6, Stye. 11, Restrain. 13, Reserved. 14, Extreme. 17, Seven. 19, Hash. 21, Pine.

CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Across - 6, Circle round. 7, Cu-R-t. 8, Fl-ash-ing. 9,
Stuffs. 10, Digest. 12, S-to-Len. 15, W-avers. 17, Crackpot. 19, Nose (anag.). 20, False vanity.
Down - 1, Grateful. 2, Bluffs. 3, Err-and. 4, Rush. 5, ADon-is. 6, Court. 11, Giving in. 13, Thrift. 14, Nipper. 15,
Wit-Hal. 16, Rusty. 18, Co-L-d.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21

With one exception, the week finds you at the right place
at the right time and it’s an excellent week for making
acquisitions. The exception? You overhear a private conversation and you would be wise not to repeat a word.

NUMBER GAME
ANSWER BELOW

SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22

CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
Featured are long distance communications and and some
pleasant local travel. Moves are not especially favoured
as there could be endless delays. Partnership arrangements are accented. The weekend is a wonderful time for
starting an alliance.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
The stars indicate lots of excitement in your career and
you can master numerous new accomplishments - still,
some warnings are necessary. Try not to become overly
fond of luxury and avoid shortcuts, especially earlier in
the week.
PISCES—February 20-March 20
You could be disappointed by news of a good friend’s
romantic distress and job activities may shift into reverse.
Meanwhile, your own friendships flourish. Think about
hosting an impromptu gathering.
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Though tolerant and loving, you don’t want others to
come too close to you. In romance you are utterly
cautious, easily embarrassed when paid a compliment,
but you have the ability to excite, inspire and make the
sparks fly.

You can perform a valuable task by helping friends understand some of their problems. As for your own, a romantic strain is easing but a financial dilemma seems to
become more complicated the more you work at it.

✯✯✯✯✯✯

LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Commitments take more time than anticipated and you
could be forced to cancel some engagements. Some of
your best ideas are met with an unenthusiastic reaction.
Rather than discard them, try reshaping them.
SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
With one exception, the week finds you at the right place
at the right time and it’s an excellent week for making
acquisitions. The exception? You overhear a private conversation and you would be wise not to repeat a word.
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
Expect unusually large demands on your time, with people coming to you for love advice and moral support. In
romance, a loved one may seem typically lighthearted.
The financial picture brightens by the weekend.
CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
Featured are long distance communications and and some
pleasant local travel. Moves are not especially favoured
as there could be endless delays. Partnership arrangements are accented. The weekend is a wonderful time for
starting an alliance.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
The stars indicate lots of excitement in your career and
you can master numerous new accomplishments - still,
some warnings are necessary. Try not to become overly
fond of luxury and avoid shortcuts, especially earlier in
the week.
PISCES—February 20-March 20
You could be disappointed by news of a good friend’s
romantic distress and job activities may shift into reverse.
Meanwhile, your own friendships flourish. Think about
hosting an impromptu gathering.
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Though tolerant and loving, you don’t want others to
come too close to you. In romance you are utterly
cautious, easily embarrassed when paid a compliment,
but you have the ability to excite, inspire and make the
sparks fly.

SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8899

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Elaine Junior Tennis
Grand Final
Buninyong & District Tennis Association 2014/15

Sport
Ballan Cricket

Division 1 – PREMIERS SEASON 2014/2015
1st Innings: Ballan 10/269 - Lucas 10/193
Batting -Z Graham 92 no, M Nolan 49, J Graham 36,
D Gardiner 21, M Snaith 18, D Romeo 12, B Loughnane 11
Bowling -Z Graham 17-6-3/39, M Snaith 15-2-2/31, 17-2-2/57,
H Micallef 4-0-1/14, D Gardiner 9-4-1/38

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Sulky Snippets
rivals to register a 12.6 metre
victory in advance of Royal
Dream and Shes Excited.

2nd Innings: Ballan 1/46 - Lucas 10/118
Batting - M Nolan 34 no and J Graham 3 no.
Bowling - B Loughnane 6.4-0-3/19, Z Graham 15-6-2/28,
M Snaith 7-1-2/34, J Graham 8-2-1/19, T Connor 6-0-1/19
Ballan won outright and on 1st Innings

C3 Premiers: (L-R) Ashleah Williams, Natasha Ford,
Sophie Mair, Montanna Mair, Molly Dunne

Ballan Tennis

Junior Tennis
The C1 team is the 2014/15 Premiers after defeating Meredith
in the grand final last Saturday.

(L-R) Mitchell Furlong, Benjamin Davis, Emily Tabb,
Nicholas Jennings, Lachlan Owens.

Lucas won the toss and
elected to bat. David
Gardiner instantly struck
for Ballan and set the tone
early. Zac Graham, Ben
Loughnane and Michael
Snaith chipped away at the
batting order eventually
getting Lucas all out for 193.
In reply Ballan got away to
a good start with the top
four batters combining well
before Zac Graham took
charge smashing the Lucas
attack late in the innings to
finish unbeaten on 92 giving
Ballan a 76 run lead heading
into the second innings.
Lucas second innings started
much the same as their first
with Michael Snaith taking
two wickets in the first four
overs of the 2nd innings and
Zac Graham picking up
two more a few overs later,
putting Ballan in the box
seat. Ben Loughnane cleaned
up the Lucas tail bowling

them out for 118, finishing
with figures of 3/19. With
Ballan only needing 43 for
victory, the final runs were
reached with nine wickets
left giving Ballan a long
awaited premiership victory
and celebrations.

Jarryd Graham and Mick
Nolan celebrate victory after
Mick hit the winning runs.
Photo Chris Thom

Sell it Local for Less

NISSAN PULSAR Q HATCH

2001, one only female owner.
Full service history.
Reg 08/2015 (QWY931).
140,500km. Manual. White.
Tailored sheepskin covers
front & rear. Well looked after.
$6000 ono - 0429 149 705

’86 PRATTLINE LOWTOW 16’

2008 ASTRA AH
Twin top, convertible,
4 spd auto, leather interior,
137,000 kms.
Rego 10/2015 (WRW660)
$15500 $12,000 with RWC
Ph: 0439 653 035

MITSUBISHI SOLARA 2001
Auto, silver, 145,000km,

reg 06/15 (QWR 756)
One owner. Immaculate cond,
new tyres, service, windscreen,
battery and exhaust.
$4,000
Ph 0403 113 637

2008 TOYOTA AURION

TRAILER
6x4 steel floor
and jockey wheel
- $480 ono 0401 014 237
or 0411 343 806

3.5L Petrol, Auto, Silver, 68,000
kms, AC, Cruise, ABS, CD,
Park sensors, Leather seats,
Floormats, Foglamps, Towbar,
One owner, Service rec. (Rego
WNX 948) July 2015, Priced to
sell $18,000 - 0407 550 342

REGAL POP TOP VAN 1993

Tandem axle, 19’6”, 1540kg,
QS Bed. Front lounge/dining.
RC AC, centre kitchen, bench
& cupboards, antenna. 110LT
3 Way Fridge. Towing aids.
Recent service. Reg V43579.
Priced to sell $19,800.
5367 5161 or 0448 684 484

Parwan trainer/driver Jodi
Quinlan was successful with
Muscle Hill/Adellas Dash
filly Glenferrie Burn in the
3-Y-0 Trotters Mobile over
2240 metres at the Geelong
fixture held at Tabcorp Park
Melton on Wednesday.

Jodi then ventured to Bendigo in the evening to take
out the Trotters Mobile for
T0 & T1 class over 2150
metres with speedy 6-Y-0
Pegasus Spur/Cassies Miss
mare Mosquito Spur.
Raced by mother Cheryl,
Mosquito Spur blitzed her

Meetings for the week:
Wednesday – Cobram/Geelong, Thursday – Bendigo/
Mildura, Friday – Melton,
Saturday – Mildura (Cup),
Sunday – Warrnambool @
Melton, Monday – Yarra Valley, Tuesday – Terang.

Sell with a photo - $20 per edition or $50 for 3 months. Simply email
your photo and details of item to office@themooraboolnews.com.au

office@themooraboolnews.com.au Phone 5368 1966

Sell your
Car here
$50
3 months

By LEN BAKER

Neighbour Philip Chircop
enjoyed a change of luck
when Art Major/System Two
filly Charlies System snared
the 3-Y-0 Pace over 2240 metres with Gavin Lang in the
sulky.
Charlies System sprouted
wings in the shadows of the
post to register a 1.2 metre
victory in 1-59.4 over the
hot favourite Diamond Castle (three wide last lap) and
Siliqua.

Ph: 5368 1966
All vehicles must supply registration numbers if registered and dealers to supply LMCT number.

MITSUBISHI DELICA VAN
1996, Set up for touring.
Sleeps 2, solar panel with
battery back up, 40 ltr fridge,
TV & ant. Reverse camera.
Reg til Oct 2014 (UTS 497).
VGC - $11,000 –
Ph 0412 885 848 or 9743 1857

Sell your
caravan
here $50
3 months

2004 REGENT CRUISER

2001 A’VAN
Registration N89446,
Sleeps 3, Electric Brakes,
Awning, 3 way fridge.
$11,000
Ph: 0411 343 806

TOYOTA YARIS YRX
2009 112,000 km. One
owner, 2 spare keys, regular
service in great condition,
manual and has sports body
kit. Registered (XEO 626)
$9000 ono - 0411 250 648

1984 WINDSOR

Poptop caravan. 14ft. Good
condition. Island double bed,
3-phase fridge, full annexe.
Reg B29 688 until 11/15.
$7500 ONO. Ph: 0400 836 400

Caravan VGC, Nice colours,
new tyres, lots of cupboard
space, Rego MV17379 til Dec
2014. Sleeps 2 adults/2 small
children.
Full annexe EC sleeps 6-8.
$8000 ono - 0432 756 637

FORD UTE 1993 GLI
Longreach – with canopy,
electric brakes, gas/petrol.
Registered Oct 2015 (FIY 941)
- $4000 ono – 0401 014 237 or
0411 343 806

VISCOUNT POP TOP VAN
Approx 1985 model.
Straight, clean and in excellent
condition. Sleeps four.
Fridge, cook top and oven all
in excellent working order.
Heaps of storage space.
Rego A78079 Expiry Oct/15
$6,000 – 0419 753 299

2005 ROYALE FLAIR MICRON

SOLD

Pop Top, single axle 13’6”x7’
Double bed, 3 way fridge,
air conditioned, awning
and near new annexe, EC,
Rego R10538, $15,000 ono
Ph 0419 587 859

Service & supplies of all plumbing needs
155 Inglis St, Ballan Phone: 5368 1036 Fax: 5368 1510 – www.ballanplumbing.com.au

Proud supporter of
all district sport!

Reverse cycle a/c, hydraulic
feet, original interior, Fiamma
awning, TV aerial, LED
lighting, electric brakes, new
wheels and tyres. Reg V25719
to 1/15 $8000 Ph: 5360 8208

13’6”, 2 single beds,
microwave, 3-way fridge,
aircon, elec brakes, good
tyres, full annexe. EC.
Reg E08572 until 15/8/15.
$10,500 - 0429 108 175

BALLAN PLUMBING

SOLD

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