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Pamela Broad and Heather Linsdell, with Andrew Freeman (CEO DjHS), have each been volunteers for 55-years. Photo – Helen Tatchell

110-years volunteering
By Jessica Howard “It’s been a marvelous thing to be associated with. The “I have always remained a member and I have fond
Auxiliary has a great group of people and it is very satisfying memories of years ago when we used to host an annual fete
Heather Linsdell and Pamela “Margaret” Broad have raising money for important things such as the palliative on the bit of land that is now the helicopter pad. Auxiliary
donated more than half-a-century each to Djerriwarrh care unit and the recent sterilising equipment”. members from Bacchus Marsh, Balliang and Myrniong used
Health Services. Heather and Pamela, commonly referred to as Margaret, to all come together and have their own little stalls”.
The two Bacchus Marsh residents have been members of the were commended for their dedicated service as part of Djerriwarrh Health Services chief executive, Andrew
Ladies Auxiliary for an extraordinary 55-years. National Volunteers Week on Friday, May 19. Freeman said it was “extremely important” to officially
Heather recalls selling everything from jams and cakes to The pair were among ten volunteers to receive milestone- recognise and acknowledge DjHS’ dedicated volunteers.
second-hand handbags from a caravan located near the old
length awards, which collectively totalled close to 300 years “Djerriwarrh Health Services is extremely appreciative of
Post Office.
of service. the contribution our volunteers make on a daily basis. Each
“We used to set the caravan up once a month and we received
Pamela said she came to Bacchus Marsh in 1953 and joined and every volunteer make a real and valued contribution to
all sorts of donations. That was before we set up the Op Shop,
the Ladies Auxiliary when her children started school. our health service, our local community and our patients”.
which opened up in the little building near Foodworks, but

back then there were no other buildings there, it was just a “In 1961, my son went to school for the first time and the Pamela said it was an honour to volunteer her time to her
paddock”. very next day I went to my first Auxiliary meeting,” she said. local health service.
Heather served as the President of the Ladies Auxiliary “I was later appointed the role of Treasurer, where I stayed “To work for the hospital is something great. Not every town
for three-decades and is still an active member at the for 18-years before stepping down to go back to work for a has a hospital, but we have that here, and it is going ahead
Opportunity Shop located on Gell Street. little while. now in leaps and bounds and that is very pleasing to see”.

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Successful Family seeks justice
appeal for
Ken Handford enjoying the latest edition Outrage on social media
to his family. Photo - submitted
This sentence is inherently inadequate. Just because the
assailant has admitted guilt it should not allow a reduction
in his sentence – Andrew
This man has been brutalised and let down once again by
our judicial system. When are they going to get tougher
on these criminals? I have no hesitation in signing this

killer’s sentence
petition - Brenda
I am fed up with inappropriate sentences given to these
inhuman killers - Chris
I’m signing because the sentence received by the killer
is manifestly inadequate; the details of the murder and
the time it took the victim to die are absolutely shocking
– Patrick

By Jessica Howard ation with the prosecution, admis- “It is unbelievable that someone “We are just spectators, but this this time will end on May 19”.
sions to the stabbing and evident who, after murdering an innocent [sentence] has landed us right back Following the appeal stage, Ms
The family of murdered war remorse had attracted a sentencing man, has been well behaved and as into the trauma of what happened. Handford said the petition would
By Jessica Howard rector of Public Prosecutions, so, reform current sentenc- veteran Ken Handford was gut
wrenched when the convicted kill-
discount. a result, can nearly halve their total You can’t move forward in your life be forwarded to Attorney-General,

John Champion to lodge an
sentence. [Cooper] will be free to when you are constantly dealing
ing practises to come into
She said without that, and his plea Martin Pakula.
er received a considerable discount of guilty, Cooper would have been walk in a little over a decade and with whatever outcome there is in “We want to influence those that

The reduced jail sentence appeal against the sentence,
on his jail term.
line with community expec-
sentenced to 27 years behind bars - if he lives to Pop’s age, he will have court”. have the power to reform cur-
The Springbank farmer was found meaning he received a discount of 50-years of freedom. It just doesn’t The petition, published on May rent sentencing practises so that
handed to the convicted was created by Leah and her tations,” the petition read.
tied up on his bedroom floor on the
morning of his 90th birthday. He
41 per cent.
Mr Handford’s granddaughter,
add up”.
The Handford family last week
8, had received 29,848 signa-
tures at the time of writing. Ms
they start to reflect community
expectations.
killer of Springbank war vet- family on Monday May 8. Mr Pakula said new leg-
had been stabbed 13 times in the
back and left to die more than four-
Leah said the result was “grossly launched a petition calling on Mr
John Champion, the Director of
Handford said the response was
“phenomenal”.
“We need harsher sentences for
inadequate”. serious and violent offences”.
eran Ken Handford will be In just over a week, it had islation was introduced in
hours later. “The sentence does not fit the Public Prosecutions, to lodge an ap- “We have put a loose goal of 20,000 To sign the petition, visit www.

appealed in the High Court.
The killer, Jonathon Jeffrey Coop- crime at all. While we anticipated peal against the imposed sentence. signatures, but regardless of what c h a ng e.or g/p/m r - c h a mp io n -
received more than 30,000 Parliament on Wednesday er was jailed for 16 years, but will
serve a minimum of 13 years.
that justice would be limited, noth- “We want to see [Cooper] jailed we have, we will still be sending it dpp-and-martin-90yo-murdered-

Jonathon Jeffery Cooper was signatures.
ing could have prepared us for for the maximum of 27 years,” Ms to Mr Champion. The DPP only has convicted-criminal-sentenced-to-

(March 24), aimed at increas- Justice Jane Dixon said his cooper- this,” she said. Handford said. 28 days to appeal a sentence and 13years.

sentenced to a maximum 16 Mr Champion has since ap- ing the sentences for 12 of
years’ imprisonment, with pealed the sentence to the the most serious crimes, in- The Moorabool News 16 May edition
a non-parole period of 13 Court of Appeal on grounds cluding murder.
years, for murdering the that the sentence imposed for MONDAYNIGHT
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The ability to do Project delays
By Jessica Howard

For Robyn McKean, having a
carryover
disability has never stopped her from By Kate Taylor the council funding, was not
getting involved with the Greendale successful.
Fire Brigade. There’s a bit of budget shuffling Meanwhile, bridge replacement
Robyn was born with the hereditary at council to cover the cost of works on Butter Factory Road
condition Spastic Familial Paraparesi, projects yet to be completed. are now facing delays - the
which is degenerative and adversely The May 3 council meeting road rehabilitation and bridge
affects her mobility. heard updates on council’s replacement works were
Since 2001, she has been a highly Capital Improvement Program, combined into one contract to
respected member of her local with a few issues having arisen. achieve cost efficiencies, but as
brigade, working tirelessly to keep The Maddingley Park part of the bridge replacement
the station clean and ordered and Committee of Management has works, the contractor discovered
preparing food for the firefighters informed council that it cannot unsuitable material to establish
and for meetings. construct its pavilion project suitable bridge foundations that
Each year, Robyn organises the because of a lack of funds. has resulted in delays due to
annual Christmas Eve Santa run “…the Committee of re-design.
and despite her condition, has Management has received The project will now be carried
undertaken training to become a quotations in excess of the
forward to next financial year to
junior leader. available construction budget of
avoid inclement weather with
The prized volunteer was recognised $140,000 and has now formally
construction now anticipated to
for her hard work at the CFA Victoria written to Council confirming
commence in September 2017.
Inspire Awards held on April 26. they are now unable to deliver
the project within this allocated The good news in the report
The awards ceremony showcases is that the construction of a
budget,” read a report tabled at
the achievements of exceptional 1.5m wide footpath linking the
the meeting.
individuals who are over 18-years- township of Elaine to the Elaine
old and living with a disability. “Council officers in
consultation with the CoM have Recreation Reserve has been
Robyn was awarded the winner funded by VicRoads and will be
agreed to refer the project to the
of a new category, the CFA’s Best CFA Assistant Chief Officer Trevor Owen with Robyn McKean from the delivered by Council.
draft 2017/2018 CIP to consider
Achievement in Country Authority Greendale Fire Brigade. Photo - CFA
funding the budget shortfall.” The project will include a
Individual Award. combination of asphalt and
who have won awards today. I’m opportunity to continue to increase A project to fund new fences at
On accepting the honour, she said leaving today thinking that I could diversity in the CFA. the Navigators Tennis Club has granitic sand surfacing with a
her disability and working in a go out and do some abseiling! A “CFA is moving towards more also been referred to next year’s formalised crossing point across
Brigade had never been an issue. disability is nothing to stop you diversity and more inclusion, and CIP to cover a funding shortfall. the Midland Highway and
“I’m a member of the Greendale Fire doing whatever you want to do”. the message we take from today is Funding was obtained through include kerb and channel and
Brigade and they are just the best,” Robyn received her award from CFA that people who do have disabilities council’s Community Fund – lighting installation.
she said. Assistant Chief Officer Trevor Owen, can be really included and welcomed but external funding, which The project is scheduled for
“I’m astonished at the other people who said he was optimistic about the in this wonderful organisation”. was expected to compliment delivery by 30 June this year.

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Never to be forgotten
By Helen Tatchell

Michael Madden is the Au-
thor of ‘The Victoria Cross
- Australia Remembers’ book,
a unique coffee table com-
pilation comprising of all 96
British or Imperial Victoria
Cross recipients and four
Victoria Cross for Australia
recipients; a total of 100 who
were awarded for acts of
bravery in wartime.
Yet to be printed, it is due
for release in March/April
2018 and will mark 100 years
since the end of WWI.
Rupert Vance Moon VC
from Bacchus Marsh is just
one of those 100 VC recipi-
ents who will be featured.
Mr Madden attended the
unveiling of a paver and
sign at Rupert Moon Reserve
on May 6, then the seat dedi- President Bacchus Marsh RSL Cherrison Lawton at the memorial seat that depicts Rupert
cation outside the Bacchus Moon VC, Kathleen Rogers and William West MM and was designed by Mark Gilliland
Marsh RSL. (left); constructed and donated by Mick Horan (right) (Rossco Engineering).
“This is all part of our
Australia is awarded to a very personal records. This book captures the
continued research for the
person who, in the presence “We gathered information personal experiences from
book and anyone that may
of the enemy, displays the from family members and people who lived with these
be directly, or indirectly,
related to one of the 100 VC most conspicuous gallantry, other people who were close men, and those who remem-
recipients can contact me on daring, or pre-eminent act to the 96 Australian Victoria ber them.
email – michael@berwick- of valour, self-sacrifice or ex- Cross Recipients who have Pre-Release orders are now
militarymedals.com.au”, he treme devotion to duty. sadly passed away. being taken for the book.
said. Mr Madden said ‘The Victo- “We also talk directly to Contact TPI Victoria on 9329 Direct descendants of Rupert Moon VC (L-R) Michael Moon
The British Victoria Cross ria Cross - Australia Remem- Australia’s four VC recipi- 8844 or email tpioffice@tpi- (son) and Moira Westfold (daughter) after the paver was
and the Victoria Cross for bers’ book is a collection of ents’ families.” hqvic.org.au. unveiled. Photos – Helen Tatchell
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Educate yourself on mushies
By Alison Pouliot distinguish between them.
But beyond the kitchen and
For some, the word fungi in- the mythology, fungi are
spires a feast of tasty fresh- also the connective fibre of
picked field mushrooms. our world.
Others have sinister asso- While we often only think
ciations with witches, grue- about fungi when we see
some poisoning deaths and mushrooms push through
hallucinogenic happenings. the soil, it is the under-
Fungi suffer bad press in ground network of fungal
Australia relative to Eu- fibres known as mycelia that
rope where they are deeply underpin ecosystem health.
embedded in cultural Forming clandestine con-
traditions. nections with most plants,
Foraging for mushrooms is fungi help them access water
becoming an ever more pop- and nutrients.
ular pastime in Victoria, but Fungi also recycle organic
those who fancy collecting a matter, returning nutrients
few mushies for dinner, take to the soil.
heed. Looking after trees there-
Among the delicious and fore means looking after
delightful lurk poisonous their fungal partners as well. Ecologist and environmental photographer, Alison Pouliot
species that could land you Hundreds, possibly thou- (Image: Alison Pouliot)
in hospital or the grave. sands of species of fungi wick region, but also within The workshop will take
The suitably named Death exist in central Victoria’s wider Australian and global place in Creswick on Fri-
Cap (Amanita phalloides) is be- woodlands and farmlands. day 9 and Sunday 10 June.
coming more commonplace. contexts.
An autumn workshop at Cost is $85 per person with
Unfortunately, the various Creswick introduces par- Participants will learn
bookings via email info@
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Mycena species are also known as Bonnets. poisonous exceptions. the Kingdom Fungi, specific how to identify fungi in the Further Information -
(Image: Alison Pouliot) Foragers MUST be able to to fungi found in the Cres- field. alison@alisonpouliot.com

Pancakes at Get aboard the festival of success
the Flour Pot By Kate Taylor what we’re trying to achieve,”
reads the Association’s call for DEL  RIOS  LUNCH  MENU  
A call has gone out for community more volunteers.
members to spring into action for “We’re looking to recruit com-
nextTapas  
year’s Ballan Autumn Festival. munity minded people to join our Mains  
 
They’re a small bunch of dedicated team, gain experience and work  
locals sharing
Garlic   their skills
Prawns       and
  expe-   side by   side  with our   established        $8                                                    Smoked  
                    Salmon  Salad  (quinoa,  tomatoes
rience to organise(Spanish  
Albondigas   one of themtown’s eatballs)          
committee for the continued suc-           $ 8   onions,   capers,  cos  lettuce  &  rocket  salad  w
most noted events
Patatas   – and
Bravas   the Ballan
 (baked   potatoes  cess spicy   t omato  
of our events.” s auce)                                       $ 6       h omemade   dill  mayonnaise)                                                  
Autumn
Warm  Festival Association
marinaded   Olives  sInc
erved  Previous
with  crusty   b read               $ 8     del Rios Sparkling Brut
Every Friday & Saturday is looking for more community-
or current experience in
Spanish  Jamon  Serrano  (served   with  is
events bread)  
a must,   as is  regular  avail-      $10      
Night from 6pm minded locals to join them.
Spanish  Tortilla  served  with  bread   ability   for fortnightly
       meetings
                           $for 8       Fish  of  the  Day                
“The youngest member of the as-
Opening Night Friday 2nd June  
sociation is 22, and
Bruschetta   the oldestSpanish  
(Tomatoes,  
the ongoing commitment.
is 73, onions,  basil                                            $10  
Suggested wine: 2011 Sauvignon B
 
Savoury & Sweet Pancakes andtopped  
all are drawn
with  Mtogether
eredith  m byarinaded  
their g“If
oats   you believe you have the time,
fetta)  
community spirit. skills and willingness to join our Spanish  Paella  (chicken  and  seafood  ri
Children’s Menu Available  
“The Association is a small group team, we’d love to hear from you.” served  with  salad                
Mussels   Española   served   with  crusty  bread                                                    $12        
Bookings Essential of dedicated
(Mussels  individuals
steamed  with   who Interested locals can
worktomatoes,  basil  &  white  wine)          
garlic,   email as- Suggested wine: 2011 Pinot Noir
closely together. We have fun, sociation@ballan.org.au for more  
Contact Janine 0408 533 814  
laugh and socialise, whilst never information, or to express interest Spanish  chicken  salad                                                                
Spanish  twice  baked  chicken  wings      
185a Main Street Bacchus Marsh losing sight of the big picture and in volunteering.
Served  with  crusty  bread                            $10    
Grilled  tender  pieces  of  chicken  marinated
Traditional  Spanish  herbs  &  spices  served
 

Café Chat
of  lettuce,  rocket,  tomatoes,  spanish  onion
Bocadillos  de  Chorizo    (Spanish  chorizo  sliders)                                        $12    &  mango                            
2  small  bread  buns  with  grilled  chorizo,  topped   Suggested wine: 2008 Marsanne
with  caramelised  onions,  roasted  peppers,  rocket  
 
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Anakie  Wagyu  Burger  topped  with  a  to
Suggested wine: “Anarchist” Red Blend $8/gl $30/bot
 &  roast  pepper  relish,  cheese  &  crispy
 
served  with  chips  
Spring  grape  pickers  Tapas  Platter                                                                                        $20   s Cabernet
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Grilled  Western  Plains  Pork  Cutlet                

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Friday
With  apple,  coriander  &  Anakie  honey  sals
  From rocket  &  roast  pumpkin  salad  and  spanish
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Festival leaves a story to be told
By Jessica Howard “When organising the “This magic trick, so dif-
event, we hoped to empower ficult to pull off, was con-
Moorabool’s first ‘Festival and showcase our own local jured up by Peter Carey in
of Stories’ has been hailed a authors, while also promot- each of his short stories, and
massive success by organis- ing Moorabool Shire. I think it is wonderful to see the
ers and attendees. that is something that we stories in the shortlist for
The inaugural event, held achieved really well”. this award, especially the
on Saturday (May 20), saw The festival was also host runner-up and the winner,
over 100 people turn up for to the inaugural Peter Carey do the same”.
the free local event, which Short Story Award, which Mr Western said he was
showcased the region’s rich Ms Tyley-Miller said at- honoured to receive the in-
storytelling culture. tracted 252 entries Australia augural award.
Among the highlights were wide. “Peter Carey’s short stories
insightful workshops from “The entries came from are a great inspiration for
A.S Patrić, a Miles Franklin both emerging and estab- me. This is a huge step for-
winning author, and win- lished writers and the qual- ward for me as a writer.
ner of the Victorian Pre- ity of the content was just “Attending the festival
mier’s Literary Award, Jane phenomenal,” she said. brought home to me yet
Harper. “It was a hard task, but a again how lucky we are to
Local screenwriter Ste- shortlist of 16 entries was have such a vibrant literary
ven Tandy and poet Jennie created and given to Ryan scene, and not just in the big-
Fraine discussed the medi- O’Neill (author of the short ger cities”. Authors and screenwriters Dyna Eldaief, Allyse Near, Steve Tandy, Jane Harper, Alec Patrić and
ums used for expressing the story collection The Weight Ms Tyley-Miller said all en- Alexis Drevikovsky (writers victoria). Photos - MSC
inner storyteller, while au- of a Human Heart), who trants, and those shortlisted,
thors Allyse Near and Dyna spent two weeks cutting it should be “exceedingly
Eldaief shared their journey down to six entries, and then proud” of their efforts.
to becoming published five. He then wrestled with “The Peter Carey Short
writers. the last three entries before Story competition will defi-
The event was organised picking the two winners”. nitely happen again next
by Moorabool Writer’s Craft Cameron Western took year. As for the festival, we
and the Moorabool Shire out the top prize with his will have to assess whether
Lerderderg Library. short story ‘Carrier’, while it will happen every two or
Jem Tyley-Miller, of the runner-up was awarded to three-years. The combined
Moorabool Writer’s Craft, Catherine Padmore with ‘To effort of the Writer’s Craft
said feedback from the event Whom It May Concern’. and Nat Grero (MSC) from
had been “overwhelmingly In his judge’s report, Mr the Library was just excel-
positive”. O’Neill said the winning lent, it’s been a huge project
“We were really pleased story was hard to summa- for us as volunteers”.
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and the results from what is a “fitting winner, as so many WINNERS of The Dry
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Weight lifted from their shoulders
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“I was competing against gether at Invictus gym and
Bacchus Marsh has not one, about seven other girls, who also with a weightlifting
but two, gold medallists in were all very strong. I had coach in Geelong.
its midst. one American whose entry “There is a lot of training
Toni Lane and Louise Webb total was quite a bit more behind weightlifting as it’s
have returned home from than mine, so I wasn’t really quite a hard sport to per-
the 2017 World Masters expecting to win, but I did fect,” Toni said.
Games with two gold med- and by just one-kilogram”. “I’ve done a lot of other
als and one world record. Louise, who has trained at stuff, from tough-mudders
The two Bacchus Marsh Invictus, in Bacchus Marsh, to marathons, and this has
residents competed in the since it was based out of a definitely been the most
weightlifting competition small shed, said the expe- challenging… but I really
held on April 27, taking out rience was “terrifying but enjoy it, as no matter what
the top gong in their respec- exhilarating”. is going on in your life, you
tive age and weight class. “Our gym structure is very just go to training and when
Louise also took out a strength-based and I’ve al- you’re in the zone, it’s only
World Masters record, with ways really loved weightlift- you and the barbell”.
a 49-kilogram snatch and a ing, so I started looking at During the international
56-kilogram clean and jerk. the state and Australian re- competition, Toni was also
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is an international multi- I could be competitive here. Australian’s women team.
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years. To qualify for the a world championship; I was now look towards the Pan
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Beat ramps up for APES
By Jessica Howard

After four-years in the making, indie-
rock quartet APES have dropped their
highly anticipated debut album.
The band, previously hailing from
Bacchus Marsh and Ballarat, have
released 11 sharp and diverse tracks
that make up their first release, Stranger
than Strangers.
The record has already received a
number of commendable reviews from
the likes of Rolling Stone Australia,
Beat Magazine and SYN FM.
Frontman, Ben Dowd said the release
was a “huge relief”.
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what you’re doing. It’s easy to get a Stranger than Strangers was mastered which is really endearing for us, as
bit insecure about it, so to have finally by Grammy Award winning engineer, some people can get a bit antsy”.
released something in full is just a
really great feeling”.
Produced by Ballarat’s Michael Belsar,
Stranger than Strangers demonstrates the
Brian Lucey and mixed by Mark
Rankin, Jackson Barclay and Malcolm
Besly.
Dowd said having different people to
APES are currently touring with
Australian indie pop band, San Cisco,
and are set to launch the new album
at Yah Yah’s in Collingwood on Friday,
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“We had producers who had done As for a home-town show, Dowd said The trial for a man accused of murdering missing 46-year-
“I was 21-years-old when I started albums for the White Stripes and the it could definitely be on the cards. old Keith Foggin is expected to span over three-weeks.
writing the record and 25 when I Black Keys, but then also had Mark “Performing at Flanagan’s Border Inn Christopher John Trotter appeared in the Supreme Court of
finished,” Dowd said. Rankin who did Adele’s 21 record… [Bacchus Marsh] in 2013 will probably Victoria last week, charged with the murder of Mr Foggin,
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Another historical building to disappear, seems like they are
not interested in saving any of the local history...Shameful...
Dear Editor, Bacchus Marsh is losing all its character...Surely, we could
Daniel Andrews’ attempt to tear apart the CFA is nothing protest the decision. - Loden
short of disgraceful.
The important work that the CFA does has been subject to
No, stop it, leave it. Bacchus Marsh is a very old place, if you
no less than eight different reviews over recent times, and A mural created by Bacchus Marsh PS students in 2014,

yet not one of these has recommended the action Daniel An- people in Bacchus Marsh don’t save this history you are all
adorns the signal box, adding a welcome splash of colour.

drews and his metro-centric government are now attempt- nincompoops
Society and birdbrains. - Steven
disappointed
ing to embark upon. Disappointment is the signal being expressed by
Bacchus Marsh Historical Society after news of a
pending demolition of the signal box at Bacchus Marsh
Despite the fact that the CFA Act requires the government Another case of demolition by neglect! Let things deteriorate
train station.
John Couper is on the Executive Committee of the society
to consult with volunteers regarding changes to the CFA, the then say they are not repairable! Rubbish! Fix it up and keep
and said members would be very disappointed to see the
removal of the signal box from the station complex.

only real consultation Daniel Andrews has undertaken has it. Too much history is being lost in Bacchus Marsh.
Although not classified the signal box goes hand in hand
with the station.

been with mate, the head of UFU, Peter Marshall. “It enhances the general character of the area, and

- Heather
complements the adjoining Maddingley Park,” Mr Couper
said.
There are grave concerns about the future of brigades that The century old signal box at Bacchus Marsh train station will be demolished. Photos – Helen Tatchell “The precinct represents a fast diminishing era of rail

Neglect leads to demolition
use in Victoria, and in particular Bacchus Marsh. The
currently have both career and volunteer firefighters. modernisation of the system, is seeing refurbishment
of once iconic stations, together with the removal of

What we do know, however, is this: as a result of Daniel An- By Jessica Howard “Both reports deemed “The signal box is not salvage parts of the signal
Just another example of safe seat neglect, give Don a call!
redundant infrastructure, and as such is bringing about
the demise of that rail travel charm.”

drews’ decision, we will have fewer volunteer firefighters to - Will
the signal box structurally heritage listed, but there is box, such as the points Mr Couper said the buildings are representative of
Bacchus Marsh residents a council overlay across the Government/Public Works designed and built structures
unsound and recommended levers”.
will soon say goodbye to the of the time and well built by quality trades people.
respond to catastrophic bushfires like Black Saturday, and
it be removed,” she said. site, which is why we have The signal box is a two-
town’s century-old signal been working closely with “The signal box and adjoining turntable indicates the role
“The engineer’s report state storey timber building that the Bacchus Marsh complex played in the overall rail
box. Moorabool Shire as part of
this will place lives at risk. The traditional box, located
at the Bacchus Marsh train
white ants as the main cause
of damage to the box. We
the process.
“V/Line recognises the
operates with hard signals
on the train line. The main
system.”
Just because a building is heritage listed does not mean that
The signal box is not unique throughout Victoria with Mr

The Liberal Party will continue to fight for the rights of our
have been working closely line stopping at Bacchus Couper saying the proposed demolition indicates that the
station, dates back to 1890
it is protected. It means it cannot be altered without approval.
importance of the signal box intention is to remove the infrastructure no longer required
with the Moorabool Shire Marsh station was originally
and has been deemed to the community, but safety to run the system.
CFA volunteers to be respected. It is our CFA volunteers who unsound by a public about the report findings between Melbourne and
is our number one priority
This enables owners whoever they are, to let the building
and are now in the process of Adelaide. “Do we wait until the last one is left standing to voice our
transport engineer. and we will continue to opposition?
we turn to in times of need, and we, unlike Labor, will not
completing a council permit monitor the building and Ms Jordan said V/Line
V/Line spokesperson Ebony “Members of the society will be discussing ways we may
literally fall apart to the point that it is too dangerous and
Jordan said the engineer for its removal”. site. We are also working would inform the Bacchus be able to assist to enable the retention of the signal box.

turn our backs on them. report was completed last Ms Jordan said Heritage with VicTrack and Telecom Marsh community of its “We will be certainly seeking the advice and opinions
Victoria had also been plans over the next few
expensive to repair and considered no longer a worthy
year, with a follow up report around the removal of the of the many train enthusiasts in the area,” Mr Couper
contacted in regards to the months, with the removal
Joshua Morris MP
conducted a couple of weeks signal box equipment and concluded.
ago. removal plans. where possible, will look to scheduled for later this year.
historic site and can then be demolished. - Bree
Member for Western Victoria
New depot to cost millions
WHAT’S ON
The What’s On section is for non-profit community organisations. All free events submitted will be considered for FREE publication at the Editors discretion.
Advertising of AGMs in thisBysection
Kate Taylor will only appear“We if aare paid public notice also appears in the classifieds section, as per the constitution of Business & Consumer
borrowing $1m for a depot… what needs we have re operating, staff etc… we that ‘$4.5 million for a depot site is a very
are we actually borrowing, and what is it will try and limit the cost, it will be what we loose figure.’
Affairs for incorporated groups.
It was a line item in council’s draft budget… actually for?” asked Central Ward Councillor budgeted versus what the cost is,” the officer The Draft Council Plan and Draft Budget
but more than $1.5 million for a new depot is Paul Tatchell at the May council meeting. told the meeting. is now available for public comment until
set to turn into a lot more. 6 June. For opportunities on how to have
Rose-Carers of currently
Maddingley Park
A council officer told the meeting that
B3 Community
au/consultations or pick up –
“So we don’t know what it is going to cost?”
hardFocused, family friendly church with a
ADULT EDUCATION
your say, go to www.moorabool.vic.gov.
The proposed draft budget, out design funding for the project had been Cr Tatchell asked.
copies of

Working Bees
budget for every
a new council 3rd Wednesday &withSunday
for the cost is of each
for public consultation, included $1.5 million allocated in the previous budget
adding thatdifference.
the in Ballan, DarleyServices every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue
The officer replied that a long-term forecast the documents at Council’s service centres
in the capital works “We’ve only got a layout at this stage… $3 million, and Lerderderg Library,
Ballan & District Community House month.
depot.
All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119.
the design process, we will work out what figure is below what it could have been, and Bacchus Marsh.
Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term 2 program – OUT NOW. Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group

AHH.... THAT NEW
All enquiries, bookings, classes & venue hire - call 5368 1934 . Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. Fusion Youth 7pm
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre, 33- Enquiries - 1300 660 068.
every Friday night.  222 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries

CAR-STORE SMELL
35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses and classes. BM & Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics.
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday 9028 2622.
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Melton South Community Centre Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
Term 2 Program - out now. Bookings and enquiries call 9747
Enq - 0421 222 717.
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
BACCHUS MARSH 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Family ‘messy’ Church, 4.30pm
8576.
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College
NOW OPEN
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial (4th Sunday of month). Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. 210 MAIN STREET Holy4309
Phone: Trinity
7210 Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes. Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am & 10am;
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am. Myrniong –
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362.
MEETINGS Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Peter  0428 112 295. Church of the Living God
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member MARKETS Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Ballan Lions Club Market
Jean Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Next market – Saturday 3 June. First Saturday each month -
Enq- Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne). Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Ballan Playgroup Darley Market Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church Saturday 3 June, 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan). Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
905 558 Tamsin.  Ballan Farmers Market Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club Next Market – Saturday 11 June, 9am-1pm. Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
229 Main St Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Ballan Anglers Inc CHURCH Further details – 0429 681 566.
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s) Bacchus Marsh Life Church
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
0400 003 936. Reflective Worship. in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.

Refugee Week
Ballan 2017
You’re Invited … Blumes’ Winter
Celebrate the Rich and Diverse Fashion Show
Contributions of Refugees to Australia
Presented by the Ballan Hospital Auxiliary
Culture Sunday 18th June Thursday 1 June, 10.30am
Ballan Senior Citizens Centre
78 Steiglitz St, Ballan
Vibrancy
Stories Morning Tea Provided – Entry $5
Free Event
Love
Talent When: Sun 18th June 12.30-3.30pm
Where: Mechanics’ Institute Hall
Dreams Hopes 143 Inglis St, Ballan
Fun Music What: Lunch, Stories, Entertainment
Bookings/Info: 0408 395 511
Passion refugeerealitiesballan@gmail.com
wombat
REGIONAL ARTS
NETWORK
News
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Vital volunteers
Any volunteer is vital to an organisation
and over 120 from Djerriwarrh Health
Services attended a luncheon in their
honour last week.
Andrew Freeman CEO DjHS, said the
organisation has a proud history of
volunteers, all the way back to the first
volunteer in 1954.
“There are over 230 volunteers with us
today.
“Volunteers play a vital role in the success of
our programs. Without them, the programs
would not be able to function.
“Ten volunteers today have reached a
cumulative total of 300 years service.
“We have one ten year service award; four
20 years; two 25 years; one 30 year and
extraordinarily, two volunteers have both
clocked up 55 years of service as volunteers.
“I thank you all for the work you do and the
contribution you make,” Mr Freeman said. Carmel Berry (20 years – Ladies Aux.) Valerie Dickson (20 years – Friendly Visiting) Lynette Young (20 years – Meals on Wheels)

Service Award Recipients
10 Years of Service
Lynette Hewat (Meals on Wheels)
20 Years of Service
Carmel Berry (Ladies Auxillary)
Valerie Dickson (Friendly Visiting)
Carmel Matthews (Meals on Wheels)
Lynette Young (Meals on Wheels)
25 Years of Service
Janice McGuiness (Meals on Wheels)
Betty Nelson (Ladies Auxillary)
30 Years of Service
Alice Trask (Kiosk)
55 Years of Service
Pamela Broad (Ladies Auxillary) Janice McGuiness (25 years – Meals on Wheels) Betty Nelson (25 years – Ladies Aux.) Alice Trask (30 years – Kiosk)
Heather Linsdell (Ladies Auxillary) Photos – Helen Tatchell

Bacchus Marsh Rotary Art Show
Queen’s Birthday Weekend June 10th to 12th 2017
Public Hall - Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

Gala Opening Night:
Friday evening, June 9th at 7pm.
Entry is by ticket only. Tickets
may be purchased at the door.
$35.00 – includes champagne,
supper, live music and
pre-selection sale of art

Moorabool Reconciliation Week Event
Moorabool Shire Council invites you to attend a free
Have your portrait painted by prize winning artist!
community event to commemorate and celebrate the
50th anniversary of the 1967 Referendum and the 25th Would you like to have your
portrait painted by prize
anniversary of the Mabo High Court decision. winning artist and teacher
Gregory R. Smith?
Saturday 3 June 12:30pm to 3:30pm Simply come to the Gala
Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St Bacchus Marsh Opening Night and bid for the
opportunity to sit for your
portrait in oils!
The free event will include:
Smoking Ceremony
Cultural Education Session Public Viewing and Sales:
Sat 10th and Sun 11th June 10am-5pm, Mon 12th June 10am-4pm
Story telling Ticket Categories: Family - $20, Adults - $8, Children (school-age) - $5
Kids Craft Activities Pre-school children - Free, Concessions - $5

BBQ
Enquiries for Information and tickets:
For more information please contact Secretary 0409 999 866 or 0487 770 362
or email big.mels@hotmail.com
Moorabool Shire Council: 5366 7100
News
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Suspect in theft unknown
Bacchus Marsh police are investigating a theft at a local
business in Main Street Bacchus Marsh.
A male entered the business on May 14, 2017. The shopping
complex had a fire alarm activated and all customers were
requested to exit the store. The pictured male exited the store
with the trolley and items he had not yet paid for.
Police have released an image of a male who they believe
may be able to assist them with their enquiries.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Bacchus Marsh
police on (03) 5366 4500, or email bacchusmarsh-uni-oic@
police.vic.gov.au. Alternatively, you can report what you
know confidentially through Crime Stoppers on 1800 333
000.

More Thefts
The Mother’s Day Luncheon included the ‘Mother with the oldest child’ Sharon Boyd (left) On April 25, 2017, at 1.05pm, a male entered the Bacchus
and her 65-year old daughter Fay Boyd (right) with coordinator of the event, Leah Hanrahan Marsh Foodworks supermarket. The male selected four
(centre). Photo – Jane Gardner bottles of Jim Beam worth $200 and left the store without

A luncheon with happy mothers
paying.
Police believe the male in the image may be able to assist
them in their enquiries & are asking for public assistance in
By Jane Gardner stall, and silent auction. The usual popular identifying the male.
prizes were awarded for the mother with the •••
The Wallace & District Kindergarten has oldest child (the ‘child’ was 65) the youngest
done it again by hosting another fun-filled mother (she was 36 weeks pregnant) and the At approximately 3pm on May 17, 2017 two females attended
Mother’s Day Luncheon for just over 100 mother with the most grandchildren. (She the Bacchus Marsh Foodworks supermarket. Both females
daughters, mothers, grandmothers and great selected items from the store and placed them into a bag
had a mere 26!)
grandmothers from around the district. The before leaving the store without
One of the highlights of the day was a paying. The females were observed
popular annual event – in its 34th year – was
surprise visit from the Ballan & District getting into a gold coloured
held at the Bungaree Community Centre
with many dressing for the floral theme of Community Bank Branch who presented Holden Commodore sedan with
the Wallace & District Kindergarten with registration plate number TSQ164.
the day.
a cheque for $2000. The bank’s generous Police are appealing for public as-
With free childcare provided at the
contribution brought the total raised at the sistance in identifying the females.
kindergarten down the road, guests relaxed
and enjoyed a delicious two-course lunch luncheon to just over $6000, a huge sum Anyone with information is
while the room buzzed with chatter and for a small kindergarten. It will no doubt urged to contact Bacchus Marsh
catch-ups between friends and family. go a long way towards supporting the police on (03) 5366 4500, or email
Organisers distributed a huge array of prizes education of the local children. Few would bacchusmarsh-uni-oic@police.vic.
– most of them donated by local businesses argue there’s a better cause. And if the noise gov.au.
– around the room, as lucky numbers were level in the room was anything to go by, it Alternatively, you can report what
called from the stage. Others helped man seemed the women attending the luncheon you know confidentially through
(woman?) the cake stall, fruit and veggie wholeheartedly agreed! Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Environmental Opinion
TOM

with Tom Kingston

Mining coal and ignoring climate change
During the recent Legisla- could you argue for more Queensland’s largest un- soils, and climate. this year’s federal budget. peaks this year at $357 mil-
tive Council elections here reduction of old growth seen environmental crisis. That’s why, on Sunday, Nothing and nowhere! Si- lion, declining to $214 mil-
in the north west of Tas- forest and believe in cli- Figures show that unregu- 21 May, 2017, an alliance lence! It is as if it is not hap- lion in 2020-21.
mania, one of the two can- mate change? So you need lated land clearing has of conservation organisa- pening. It is as if it is not Also in this year’s budg-
didates seeking election, a to question the science to resulted in one million hec- tions, community groups, mentioned it will go away. et, the money allotted to
local mayor no less, was re- suit your case. On an aside tares of bushland being lost farmers and wildlife carers Then again, you cannot cleaning up coal generation
ported as saying the “jury point it is interesting to in the past four years alone. stood together in Brisbane mention climate change in is being gradually phased
is still out” as to how much note that in 1989 a Senate That’s an area the size of to mark the anniversary of your budget and give tax- out. This includes the ces-
of a reality climate change inquiry in was in no doubt the MCG being destroyed these legislative changes payers money to coal at the sation of the Low Emis-
is. He went on to say, “Some that climate change was every three minutes. The and raise awareness of the same time. Can you? sions Technology Dem-
scientists say that climate real and needed action: month of May marks four
scale of clearing and its im- If you drove your car to onstration Fund and Coal
change is a reality and oth- years since the Newman
“The experts with whom pacts on wildlife. They’re work on budget day, you Mining Abatement Tech-
ers don’t see it as important LNP Government rolled
the Committee met con- calling on State and Fed- paid tax on the fuel. If nology Support Package in
back the Vegetation Man-
... there’s some confusion firmed that there is irrefu- eral Governments to im- you’re a mining company, 2016-17, and the cessation
agement Act and made it
just between scientists let table scientific evidence plement new laws to stop however, you generally of funding for the Carbon
easier to bulldoze native
alone what we should actu- that the composition of the excessive clearing right don’t pay tax on your fuel. Capture and Storage Flag-
vegetation. Deforestation
ally do about it.” atmosphere has been, and across the state, for every This is called the Fuel Tax ships programs in 2018-19.
of this scale in Queensland
Fortunately for all of us, continues to be, altered is destroying our prized industry. I consider this a Credits Scheme, and it cost It appears that clean coal is
he did not win the election. significantly by human Australian forests and good sign for our planet. taxpayers $6,194 million in not, for all the prime min-
This same person stated activities.” bushland, killing millions We are working, at last, 2016-17. ister’s words, anymore the
that he supported the While the digging up and of native animals—in- together against some big The biggest beneficiary flavour of the month.
expansion of logging op- burning of coal is seen, and cluding the endangered opposition. of the Fuel Tax Credits What is your opinion?
erations beyond what had rightly so, as the biggest koalas—and threatening And finally a note on the Scheme is the coal mining
been agreed in an earlier threat to our future, other the Great Barrier Reef. We Federal Budget of this industry and 2017-18 is a Next Moorabool Environ-
state government agree- environmental vandal- need stronger laws to pro- year and its impact on the big year – the tax break for ment Group (MEG) meet-
ment. Therefore, in a sense, ism can escape under the tect our food and water environment; there was coal will hit $1 billion for ing: 7.30pm Thursday June
his argument about climate radar. Deforestation is one supplies, landscapes and no mention of climate the first time! Meanwhile 29, Lerderderg Library, Bac-
change made sense. How of these. Deforestation is forests, native animals, change at all, anywhere in funding for renewables chus Marsh. All Welcome.
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Quality & Charm In Abundance Private sales
market increase
has also experienced signifi-
cant improvements over the
year with homes spending
46 days on market in April,
40 days less than the same
month last year.
Increased buyer demand
was also recorded in Cas-
tlemaine, north west of Mel-
bourne, where homes sold
32 days faster than last year
in a median of 62 days.
Drouin’s private sale mar-
Joseph Walton ket also improved with
President, Reiv homes spending a median
of 35 days on the market in
Whilst auction volumes April, down 28 days on April
are increasing in commuter 2016 figures.
towns, private treaty re- Other regional towns ex-
mains the most common periencing improvements
7 Wittick Street, Bacchus Marsh method of sale in regional in their private sale markets
Victoria. include Kilmore, down 28
Price: $449,000 days over the year to a me-
Simply stunning is this immaculate 3 bedroom home, Master The strength of a private
sale market can be meas- dian of 56 days on market;
with ensuite and walk in robe. This beautiful home with its Wangaratta, falling 26 days
ured by the number of days
9’ ceilings and its Tassie oak solid timber flooring throughout over the year to a median of
a home takes to sell in a
is so warm and inviting. Consisting of open plan lounge 38 days; Warragul, down 25
particular town or suburb.
with gas log fire, formal dining, separate family with space days over the year to a me-
Declines in the median days
heater and amazing kitchen. The solid Blackwood kitchen dian of 31 days; and Clifton
on market indicate increased
is a delight to be in and has loads of cupboard and pantry Springs, down 25 days to a
buyer interest or demand for
space. The use of strategically placed downlights, leadlight, median of 41 days.
homes in that region.
ornamental cornice and elegant décor makes this gorgeous Meanwhile, Irymple and
The latest REIV data shows
home so unique. Outside is a wonderful elevated deck Newcomb were home to
Victoria’s private sale market
overlooking the expansive backyard. The single garage with some of the best perform-
continued to perform well in
high ceilings, glass doors and window at rear is extremely ing private sale markets
April with homes selling 15
versatile. This magnificent one owner home is so deserving with homes spending just
days faster than the same pe-
26 and 27 days on market
of your inspection. riod last year in a median of respectively.
51 days – the lowest in seven
This was followed by the
years.
Geelong suburb of Corio
In the year to April, the where homes sold in a me-
seaside town of Lorne ex- dian of 28 days in April, 15
perienced one of the state’s days less than the same pe-
largest improvements with riod last year.
homes selling 43 days faster Nearby Lara, Geelong West
in a median of 54 days. and East Geelong also re-
Homes in both Cape Pater- corded some of the state’s
son and Kerang sold 41 days best private sale market with
faster than the same period homes selling in a median of
last year in a median of 69 just 29 days in April.
and 74 days respectively. For more information on
The relatively new Geelong median days on market, visit
suburb of Armstrong Creek reiv.com.au.

175 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
Rayner Phone: 5366 3600
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 1 Hogan Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 14 Currington Cres, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 1 4 2 2

Family Home in a Great Location! Luxury Family Living At Its Best
Terrific family home of 4 bedrooms, master with ens & WIR, remaining Spacious near new home on 691sqm approx. 4 generous bedrooms, 3
with BIRs, 3 living areas & a family bathroom. Kitchen/meals area with with WIRs, 1 with BIR, master ensuite inc. bath, dbl shower, dbl vanity
wood heater & separate rumpus room with split system a/c, ducted and sep toilet. Study/5th bed, large separate rumpus, quality open
heating & cooling. Fully self contained granny flat with a/c. Large plan kitchen/meals/living area with stone benchtops, dbl oven, gas
covered pergola & landscaped gardens on a block of approx 1300m2. hotplates & WIP. 2½ car garage, ducted heating & cooling & swim spa.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT Saturday 3rd June 11.00-11.30am
FOR SALE $525,000 FOR SALE $549,000

NEW LISTING
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 518 Myrniong-Korobeit Road, Greendale FOR SALE 1/9 Simone Road, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 6 2 1 1

A Lifestyle Awaits Live In Or Invest
Perfectly presented on approx. 3.75 acres with stunning views. 3 bedrooms This very neat 2 bedroom unit is the front one of a block of 2.
with study/4th bedroom & loft/attic. Open plan kitchen/dining/ living area. A spacious floor plan gives you a large lounge, separate kitchen &
Undercover entertaining area with 8 person spa. Slab heating, split system dining area and 2 good sized bedrooms with BIRs. Bathroom, toilet &
cooling & ceiling fans. Substantial shedding, carport areas, multiple water laundry are all separate & you have a neat decked area in the
tanks, solar panels, well fenced horse paddock, stable & dam. backyard & a single garage with a rollerdoor for secure parking.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $849,000 FOR SALE $269,950
CONTACT Denise Sniegowski 0456 044 024 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

Like to know your property’s

value
speak to the team at Arbee Real Estate
in today’s market?

FOR SALE 4/7 Fisken Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 15 Madden Drive, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 3 1 1

Great Investment or Owner/Occupier Opportunity It’s All About Location
Short stroll to Main Street Shopping Centre, generous lounge, The home consists of 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, good sized lounge and
spacious kitchen and dining area, bathroom with shower and bath, dining area, kitchen with a meals area, and a large enclosed sunroom
separate toilet, and separate laundry. Ducted heating throughout and across the back. The lounge is serviced by a gas heater and there is a
a wall a/c. Private carport, a ramp and wide steps to the front veranda, wall a/c in the kitchen. Externally there is an oversized single garage
views to the streetscape opposite, and a neat and tidy backyard. with roller door & a nice front veranda to admire the views.
INSPECT Saturday 3rd June 10.00-10.30am INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $270,000 FOR SALE $345,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 1/1 Crook Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 3/12 George Street, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 1 2 1 1

Perfectly Located Centrally Located 2 Bedroom Unit
Situated in one of Bacchus Marsh’s most sought after areas given its This well presented unit is in a prime location just a short stroll to the
amazing location to Main Street shops. This well presented brick Main Street shopping precinct. Featuring 2 bedrooms with built in
veneer unit comprises 2 bedrooms, spacious living areas and offers an robes, comfortable lounge, kitchen, combined bathroom and laundry
excellent garden outlook. It also boasts it’s own private side entry to a and a private courtyard.
secure lock up carport.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $280,000 FOR SALE $200,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Pete Leonard 0429 671 990
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 105 Wittick Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 28 Grant Street, Bacchus Marsh
Suburb, Central Development Opportunity
3 2 1
The property offers a very rare & unique opportunity to acquire a
Calling All Investors or First Home Buyers! prime development site, walking distance to Main Street.
- Large 778 square metre site
Excellent 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home close to Childcare & shops. - Street frontage of 15.7 metres approx
Lounge which has a reverse cycle split system a/c & beautiful

SOLD
- Mixed Use Zone
laminate flooring. Master bedroom with WIR & en, & bedrooms 2 & 3 - Multiple development options including residential, medical, aged
have WWC & BIRs. Kitchen with wall oven & dishwasher, and adjoins care, childcare, restaurant and more (STCA)
the meals/dining area. Fully covered alfresco and single garage. - Plans in place for 8 suite development on site with parking
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $380,000 FOR SALE $475,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 or Steve Creese 0475 888 101
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

www.arbeerealestate.com.au
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Rayner We put you first
17 MALCOLM STREET, BACCHUS MARSH 22 MARGARET DRIVE, BACCHUS MARSH
AUCTION NEW LISTING

CENTRAL-CHARMING-COMPLETE 3 1 1 STOP LOOKING-THIS IS THE ONE 3 1 2
• 3 bedroom home, fully renovated, BIRs, brand new carpet & ceiling fans. • 3 bedroom family home in the peaceful pocket of Bacchus Marsh.
• All your heating & cooling satisfi ed with ducted refrigerated heating & cooling. Auction: Saturday 1st July at 11am • The recently renovated kitchen has dishwasher, 4 burner gas hot plate and Private Sale: $483,000
• Open plan kitchen, has a walk-in pantry, Ceasar stone bench tops, Bosch Inspect: Saturday 3rd June 600mm oven. Inspect: Saturday 3rd June
dishwasher and a Blanco 5 burner gas freestanding stove. • Featuring heating & cooling includes, Braemar wall heating, Noiral wall heater,
12.30pm–1.00pm 2.00pm–2.30pm
• The dining & living area have hardwood polished timber fl oors with a built-in refrigerated wall unit & ceiling fans.
marble TV unit & leads out to the decked semi enclosed alfresco area. Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 • Large double driveway, huge steel shed approx. 12x6m with double roller door. Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
• The outside entertaining area has a built in 4 burner gas built in BBQ, bar Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au • Spectacular gardens that have been landscaped with drought tolerant plants Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au
fridge, sink, pendant lighting and a large corner timber bench. and can all be serviced by the 2 x 4500lt water tanks.

2 TODMAN COURT, BACCHUS MARSH 1 HINE COURT, BACCHUS MARSH
OPEN
NEWFOR
LISTING
INSPECTION OPEN FOR INSPECTION

TRANQUIL GARDEN SETTING 3 1 2 BARGAIN ! 3 2 2
• This well-loved & maintained 3 bedroom family home has huge potential. • This beautifully maintained home has 3 bedrooms; the master has ensuite &
• Spacious lounge & formal dining area with a bay window, that fl ows through to Private Sale: $340,000-$355,000 WIR & BIRs to the remaining bedrooms. Private Sale: $339,000
the kitchen & living area. Inspect: Saturday 3rd June • The kitchen/meals area features free standing gas stove with sliding doors to Inspect: Saturday 3rd June
• Good proportional bdrms with BIRs & master with WIR to two-way bathroom. the bonus decked area that overlooks the reserve.
11.45am-12.15pm 9.30am–10.00am
• Gas wall heater, split system & ceiling fans and double carport. • Climate control is a split system air conditioner and a gas wall furnace and
• The rear pergola has a built in BBQ and a shade cloth fernery, a magical fi sh Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 there is new carpet throughout. Contact: Brendan Rayner 0439 354 059
pond & well established gardens. Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au • Outside you will fi nd a large undercover entertaining area, with off street Email: brendan@raynerrealestate.com.au
parking for two cars, garden shed and established gardens.

11 PIKE PLACE, BACCHUS MARSH 63 SPENCER ROAD, BALLAN 18 CANN STREET, BLACKWOOD LOT 17 CROOK COURT, BALLAN
PRICE REDUCTION

SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED GOLD ON CANN BLACKWOOD! 7860M2 – JUST UNDER 2 ACRES
• 4 Good size bedrooms (all with robes) • 4 bedroom (all with robes) • Set on 1 acre (approx.) 3845m2 • Vacant block in Ballan Township
• Ensuite and walk in robe in main bedroom • Ensuite and walk in robe in main bedroom • Formal entry, family room, formal lounge, kitchen/ • 7860m2 (approx), just under 2 Acres
• Spacious separate loungeroom, dining and family room • 2 living areas family/dining and sunroom • Easy walk to the supermarket, railway (access to
• Large kitchen, gas cooktop, wall oven and dishwasher • Gas ducted heating, ducted evaporative cooling • 3 bedrooms plus study, master bedroom with ensuite Ballarat/Melbourne)
• Gas ducted heating and reverse cycle cooling/heating • 900mm gas stove, dishwasher, island bench and pantry and built in robes • Excellent opportunity to purchase into a growing market
• Double garage with auto door • Solar/gas HWS, double garage with auto door & direct • Main bathroom with spa • Located in Crook Court, Ballan (Lot 17)
• Covered pergola, garden shed, stone retaining wall and access to the house • 2 Car garage with internal access and separate • Hard to come across blocks this size
good size backyard - 846 sqm block (approx.) • 600sqm block, access for a caravan or boat. workshop with additional car parking

Private Sale: $475,000 Private Sale: $418,000 Private Sale: $740,000 Private Sale: $355,000
Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au

Marcus Julie Mark Melonie Graeme Adam Mark Rod Brendan
Rayner Archon Davis Winch Rayner Tucci Dudley Grant Rayner
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175 Main Street
Bacchus Marsh raynerrealestate.com.au 5366 3600
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Excellent Opportunity Awaits Here! Private Sale The Home that has it All Private Sale
Land 949m2 Land 2534m2
Price $455,000 Price $690,000
Positioned on a large corner block Are you looking for size for your
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Central Location – Land 742m2 Private Sale Central Ballan Location – Land 1083m2 Private Sale
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Price $429,000 Price $359,000
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Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au  TheFriendship
Mooraboolis the theme
Newsof–the30week
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oldtimersPage
return 17
and new relationships are forged. Watch a tendency to
overextend yourself. You may be promising more than
you want to deliver.

Stars & Puzzles
LEO—July 23-August 22
Travel plans could require a review. Be prepared for
changing conditions. Some advice from a younger relative
could prove benificial. Your romantic slump is temporary.
Job tensions ease.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
You do more than your share of entertaining, partly be-
cause friends from faraway may pay you a surprise visit.
QUICK PUZZLE
★★★★★★★★ ✯✯✯✯✯✯
The romantic road is less rocky, thanks to you common-
sense philosophy.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
A wounded friendship shows signs of recovery, but don’t
★★★★★★★★ rush the healing process. Relatives count on your good
humour to end a squabble. A dull job brightens dramat-
ically

ARIES—March 21-April 20 SCORPIO—October 23-November 21

A financial breakthrough may take place provided you Candlelight and wine suit the mood of this romantic nos-
remain alert to trends. A partner’s argumentative streak talgic week. At work, the friction does not go away and
may surface toward the weekend but your offbeat sense this may be the right time to take positive action.
of humour saves the day.
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
TAURUS—April 21-May 22
A small but welcome financial windfall may arrive after
Travel is highlighted. The week sees you taking a jaunt the weekend. If sharing expenses or dividing labour, be
to an unusual destination.You might be a little gullible - sure all terms are understood in advance. Advertising
take all rumours with more than a grain of salt. ventures prove rewarding.
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
This is the week for receiving surprise invitations. Ca- Loose ends are tied up quickly, then it’s on to a new chal-
reer expectations may prove unrealistic. Use the week to lenge. People from abroad enter the scene. Be certain that
sort priorities and outline goals. Don’t take romantic colleagues understand your expectations.
situations for granted.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
CANCER—June 22-July 22
NO. 8997 Friendship is the theme of the week as oldtimers return
A friend’s intentions may be more earnest than you ini-
tially believe. An overdue payment arrives, and surprise
ACROSS DOWN and new relationships are forged. Watch a tendency to expenses may prove unavoidable. Financial tensions
1. Lazybones (8) 2. Organ (5) overextend yourself. You may be promising more than begin to ease.
6. Roster (4) 3. Ape (7) you want to deliver.
8. Declare (4) 4. Too (4) PISCES—February 20-March 20
9. Obstinate (8) 5. Sot (8) LEO—July 23-August 22
Prepare to agree to disagree with a romantic partner or
10. Bore (5) 6. Insurgent (5) Travel plans could require a review. Be prepared for business associate. Work out a realistic health and fit-
11. Slayer (6) 7. Flood (7) changing conditions. Some advice from a younger relative ness programme. A cycle of self improvement is launched
13. Mission (6) 12. Lovable (8) could prove benificial. Your romantic slump is temporary. this week.
15. Disprove (6) 14. Resentment (7) Job tensions ease.
17. Fisherman (6) 16. Servant (7)
19. Cook (5) 18. Bloodsucker (5) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
VIRGO—August 23-September 22 You are a born romantic and a natural leader and you
22. Month (8) 20. Ointment (5)
23. Quadruped (4) 21. Pull (4) You do more than your share of entertaining, partly be- thrive in the limelight. This year sees you sharing centre
24. Semicircle (4) cause friends from faraway may pay you a surprise visit. stage and benefiting as a result. Spontaneity is important
25. Contrive (8) The romantic road is less rocky, thanks to you common- as you enter a key romantic cycle. In money matters,
sense philosophy. watch a tendency to take unnecessary risks.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS
1. Insincere as “Four-eyes” is? (3-5). 6. The front A wounded friendship shows signs of recovery, but don’t
branches, you say (4). 8. I am within half a mile of her rush the healing process. Relatives count on your good

SUDOKU
(4). 9. Not against the felling of trees, he works among humour to end a squabble. A dull job brightens dramat-
them (8). 10. Be backing the horse that was first (5). 11. ically
Frank is capable and accomplished (6). 13. Sounds like
an oil country (6). 15. Solemn and worried, I show a SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
number in (6). 17. Lead at the very beginning, being fast
(6). 19. Worries as one prepares the meal (5). 22. Turn NUMBER GAME
Candlelight and wine suit the mood of this romantic nos-
talgic week. At work, the friction does not go away and
on the light. I must consider that (3,2,3). 23. At the end
of winter, are most unusual (4). 24. A school point-to- this may be the right time to take positive action.
point (4). 25. Unhappy with the sole ordered, having
ANSWER BELOW
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
taken the girl-friend out (8).
DOWN A small but welcome financial windfall may arrive after
2. “Are authors justified?” you ask (5). 3. Entrance used the weekend. If sharing expenses or dividing labour, be
only once weekly at the dock? (7). 4. A buffet close to sure all terms are understood in advance. Advertising
hand (4). 5. He manages - to show you the way? (8). 6. ventures prove rewarding.
The container is brought back into the bar (5). 7. Turn- CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
ing round, I’ve killed the little creatures (7). 12. Went
back and revoked the judgment (8). 14. Don’t go ahead Loose ends are tied up quickly, then it’s on to a new chal-
with the shelter (7). 16. Happened by chance on the lenge. People from abroad enter the scene. Be certain that
real translation, not figurative (7). 18. Rushed the order colleagues understand your expectations.
in for the Italian (5). 20. Beat the one most easily beaten
(5). 21. The hum notes for us to hear (4). AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
A friend’s intentions may be more earnest than you ini-
tially believe. An overdue payment arrives, and surprise
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8996 expenses may prove unavoidable. Financial tensions
Lit-eral. 18, R-OM-an. 20, Worst. 21, Bees (Bs).
begin to ease.
6, Ba-si-n. 7, We-ev’I-ls. 12, Reversed. 14, Retreat. 16,
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Down - 2, Write (right). 3, Fri-gate. 4, Cuff. 5, Director.
Across - 1, Back. 7, Purchaser. 8, Loaf. 9, User. 10,
ate. PISCES—February 20-March 20
Pain. 11, Well. 14, Ill-advised. 16, Detestable. 19, Meet.
Let me see. 23, (winte)R-are. 24, E-to-N. 25, D-esol- Prepare to agree to disagree with a romantic partner or
22, Flat. 24, Puff. 25, Stab. 26, Interfere. 27, Tale.
(grease). 15, Ow-L-ish. 17, Star-ve(ry). 19, Stews. 22, business associate. Work out a realistic health and fit-
Down - 1, Below. 2, Crawl. 3, Mussel. 4, Scared. 5, Lamp.
9, For-ester. 10, Be-gan. 11, Can-did. 13, Greece ness programme. A cycle of self improvement is launched
6, Residence. 12, Excellent. 13, Like. 15, Item. 17, Tip-
Across - 1, Two-faced. 6, Bows (boughs). 8, M-I’m-i(le). this week.
off. 18, Before. 20, Extra. 21, Table. 23, Tied.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Leech. 20, Salve. 21, Drag.
Across - 1, Cork. 7, End-owmen-t. 8, Lays (laze). 9, You are a born romantic and a natural leader and you
7, Torrent. 12, Adorable. 14, Rancour. 16, Footman. 18,
Near. 10, The-(mor)n(ing). 11, Owns (anag.). 14, Ten- thrive in the limelight. This year sees you sharing centre
Down - 2, Liver. 3, Gorilla. 4, Also. 5, Drunkard. 6, Rebel.
der-foot. 16, Stage fever. 19, (th)E-cho(rus). 22, Al(I)as. stage and benefiting as a result. Spontaneity is important
Roast. 22, November. 23, Mule. 24, Arch. 25, Engineer.
24, Rail (rev.). 25, Bang. 26, Leave over. 27, Left. as you enter a key romantic cycle. In money matters,
Down - 1, C-ell-o. 2, Ray-on. 3, In-tern. 4, Course. 5,
Drill. 11, Killer. 13, Errand. 15, Refute. 17, Angler. 19, watch a tendency to take unnecessary risks.
Emit (rev.). 6, Under-oath. 12, White lies. 13, Stag (rev.).
Across - 1, Sluggard. 6, Rota. 8, Aver. 9, Stubborn. 10,
15, Fore (four). 17, For-go-t. 18, Veiled. 20, Chase. 21,
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Ough-t. 23, Save.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8997
haps (4).
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Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au  The Moorabool News – 30 May, 2017 Page 21

Bruising day for Blues
Best - J. Wilkinson, A. Bon- recovery. The Blues should time the game was tied at 31
gart, J. Connor, D. Tanti, A. be able to string a few wins all. Unfortunately for Ballan
Mullane, A. Kurzman. together now before their the girls couldn’t finish off
The Reserves opened slowly
and allowed their opponents
next big challenge against
Skipton in a couple of weeks.
in the final quarter and let
Waubra take an 8 goal lead. Bacchus Marsh Soccer
to have a three goal lead at Final Scores - Ballan 10 13 Final scores: Ballan 36 lost Results - Round 7
the first break. Watts man- 73 def Waubra 2 1 13 Waubra 44.
Under 13s Open
Ballan Football aged to bag four goals and Best - L. Conlan, H. Webb, Best on court - Jane Cairns. Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Sebastopol Vikings (19)
Round 7 v Waubra Fyffe collected another but A. Hine, C. Sparrow, D. Bul- Under 15s
B Grade 
The seniors opened well the Roos defence was ruth- luss, L. Furlong. Bacchus Marsh Yellow (0) lost Ballarat Red (5)
Again the girls had a strong
and went with their oppo- less and were a far fitter and The Under 12’s string of Bacchus Marsh Blue (0) lost Victoria Park Blue (4)
start to the game. Defensive
nents in a tough and intense faster outfit, and this shone wins came to an unfortunate Under 16 Girls
pressure remains strong,
encounter for the first quar- out as the game progressed. end but the young squad even with new combinations Bacchus Marsh (1) lost Ballarat North United (6)
ter and held their own. When David O’Hanlon tried to certainly gave their all. Wau- this week, and the shooters Goals - Eliza Schembri (1)
the second quarter opened give some drive in the mid- bra opened with an early
also had a strong start. Meg Despite losing 6-1 the girls continue to improve their overall
the Blues booted a goal to dle along with Dan Christie goal and the Blues had more
Fenwick returned to form in play each week.
snatch the lead but then the and Tom McGregor, but shots at goal but were unable
the WD position, and Tahn- Congratulations to Kayla Hunter, Matilda Schembri and
Roos really went up a gear there were too many run- to convert a major. Waubra
eisha Clifford has proven Isabel Srnec for making the Under 12s Ballarat Country
and left the Ballan team in ners in the opposition line did not allow the Blues run- Championship side. Also, Diandra Rizzo and Eliza Schembri
their wake. Waubra booted that she’s versatile in various
up. ners to get any free space. In made the Under 14s Ballarat Country Championship side.
six quick goals and the Blues positions. The girls haven’t
Final Score - Ballan 5 1 31 the blustery conditions the Senior Women’s Div. 1
were shell shocked. Wilkin- quite been able to convert
lost Waubra 18 5 113 Blues did not have luck on Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Sebastopol Vikings (19)
son was under constant four full quarters enough
Best - D. Christie, T. their side and Roos choked
pressure in the backline and this year with many score
McGregor, D. O’Hanlon, L. the backline making for a
did a remarkable job in the lines going up and down.
Snaith, R. Watts, M. Darley. very congested forward line.
circumstances. The Blues Credit to the girls though,
They certainly gave their all
missed Sam Sher when he After the previous week’s they come out firing in the
in the last quarter but this
went off in the third quarter drubbing at Hepburn, the last quarter and came from
time the siren beat Zac Bo-
with a shoulder injury. Ash Under 18s were keen to get six goals down, to unfortu-
land’s chargers.
Mullane was also under the back into winning form and nately lose by a single goal
pump in the backline and they controlled this match Final Score - Ballan 0 4 4 in the end.
tried hard all day along with from the start. The boys lost Waubra 1 0 6.
Final score - Waubra 27 def
Austin Bongart. The line up slowly got into their game Ballan 26.
welcomed Jack Connor in plan but inaccuracy up for-
the ruck and he did a good ward certainly did not help. Netball C Grade 
job, but at ground level the In the middle, Lachlan Con- Round 7 v Waubra The girls came out stronger
Roos were too quick. In lan and Harry Webb gave A Grade  than ever and there was a
the third quarter, the Blues plenty of drive to the for- The girls arrived at the real boost in team morale.
stemmed the flow and only wards and Campbell Spar- courts ready for the under The attacking side was
allowed their opponents to row did well up forward 13b game on Saturday and fantastic and Sam worked
boot one goal but in the final booting four goals. Down showed tremendous sup- amazingly in GA. The girls
quarter the Roos went on a back, Lachlan Furlong was port to all of the junior sides managed to keep the margin
goal kicking spree booting on his game but the game for the BFNC Buddy Day. In a lot lower than last week,
10 unanswered goals. was marred with the in- the A Grade match the first only 16 goals the difference.
Final score - Ballan 3 8 26 jury to Kyle Swanson and three quarters were goal for Final score – Ballan 24 lost
lost Waubra 20 10 130 the club wish him a speedy goal and at three quarter Waubra 40.

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Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat Football/Netball League
Central Highlands Football League
Results – Round 5
Results
Results––Round 5
Round 5 Results - Round 7
Club
Club A A B B C C D D
19&U 19&U Seniors
Ballarat 35 35 51 53 3443 43
Ballarat 51 53 34 Buninyong 7.14  (56) def R’wood/C’hap 6.11  (47)

CHFL
Sebastopol
Sebastopol 50 50 23 23 13 13 28 28 5 5
Darley 44 44 27 27 2628 28 Gordon 37.25  (247) def Skipton 6.11  (47)

BFL Ladder
Darley 27 27 26
Melton
MeltonSouth
South 51 51 49 49 28 28 41 4142 42
Lake
Bungaree 13.13  (91) def Creswick 6.9  (45)
LakeWendouree
Wendouree 35 35 30 30 19 19 34 3445 45
Sunbury 54 54 49 22 28 2819 Daylesford 19.14  (128) def C’ham/Linton 9.12  (66)

Ladder
Sunbury 49 22 19
Melton 33 43 16 23 24
Seniors Melton
Bacchus Marsh 47
33
45
43
36
16
22
23
23
24 Newlyn 8.9  (57) def Clunes 7.5  (47)
Team % PTS Nth BallaratMarsh
Bacchus City 29 47 57 45 15 36 20 2232 23
Waubra 20.10  (130) def Ballan 3.8  (26)
NthEast
Ballarat
Point City 35 29 57 15 2014 32
1   Darley........................188.26   20       32 42 29
East Point 35 32 42 29 14 Hepburn 11.14  (80) def Dunnstown 9.6  (60)
2   Lake Wendouree...... 151.37   20      
3   Bacchus Marsh.........143.75   16      
Results – Round 6 Springbank 8.13  (61) def Beaufort 6.10  (46) Seniors
Results
Results– Round 6 6
– Round
4   Redan........................138.97   16       Club 17&U 17&U 15&U 15&U 13&U 13&U
Reserves Team % PTS
5   Melton South..............80.41   16       Sen Buninyong 8.10  (58) def R’wood/C’hap 6.3  (39) 1   Springbank................278.85  28
Club 17&U Res
17&U Sen15&U
Res 15&U
Sen 13&U
Res 13&U
6   Ballarat.......................95.79   10       Ballarat 14 61 20 28 12 14
Gordon 16.13  (109) def Skipton 3.2  (20)
16Sen 5 Res Sen 13 Res9 Sen Res 2   Learmonth.................257.84  24
7   Sunbury.......................98.63   8       Sebastopol 25 12
8   Nth Ballarat City........... 97.80   8      
Ballarat
Nth Ballarat City 48 14 - 61 25 20 36 2812 125 14 Creswick 12.7  (79) def Bungaree 4.7  (31) 3   Beaufort....................191.48  24
Sebastopol
East Point Jnrs 12 16 - 5 14 25 5 1323 9
21 12
9   Melton......................... 69.49   8       Nth Darley
Ballarat City 40 48 30 - 18 25 14 3614 12
16 5 Daylesford 18.10  (118) def C’ham/Linton 6.4  (40) 4   Waubra......................175.57  24
10  East Point....................80.20   6       Lake
EastWendouree
Point Jnrs 33 12 22 - 32 14 29 537 20
23 21 Newlyn 8.3  (51) def Clunes 2.9  (21) 5   Bungaree..................153.23  20
11  Sebastopol..................43.25   4       Mount Clear
Darley
Bacchus Marsh
23 40
5 33
5 30
37 22
23
9
18 15
28
1422 14
14 16
Waubra 18.5  (113) def Ballan 5.1  (31) 6   Hepburn................    151.70  20
Reserves Lake Wendouree 32 2912 375 20
7   Gordon......................168.83  16
1   Darley........................ 241.67   20       Mount Clear 23 5 23 15 22 14 Dunnstown 19.8  (122) def Hepburn 4.3  (27)
Bacchus Marsh 5 37 9 28 12 5 8   Buninyong..................112.17  16
Beaufort 10.7  (67) def Springbank 6.0  (36)
2   Melton South............. 181.47   20      
3   Lake Wendouree......173.02   20       Ballarat Football League Learmonth 14.6  (90) def Smythesdale 5.7  (37)
9   Daylesford..................96.92   16
10  Newlyn.....................100.00  12
4   East Point..................209.62   16       Results – Round 5 Under 18
5   Redan......................... 95.10   12       11  Creswick....................96.65   12
Buninyong 18.5  (113) def R’wood/C’hap 2.2  (14) 12  Clunes....................... 65.19   12
6   Sunbury.................... 86.46   12       Seniors
7   Bacchus Marsh............89.88   8       Creswick 17.13  (115) def Bungaree 6.2  (38) 13  C’ham/Linton.............52.48   12
Bacchus Marsh 14.15 (99) def Melton 6.12 (48)
8   Sebastopol ..................32.51   8       Newlyn 15.9  (99) def Clunes 2.2  (14) 14  R’wood/C’hap.............68.26   8
9   Ballarat ........................83.67   4       Ballarat 15.16  (106) def Sebastopol 12.11  (83) Ballan 10.13  (73) def Waubra 2.1  (13) 15  Ballan..........................38.82   4
10  Melton.........................62.76   4       Darley 27.14 (176) def Melton South 7.12 (54) Hepburn 25.10  (160) def Dunnstown 1.1  (7) 16  Skipton........................ 27.44   4
11  Nth Ballarat City..........32.96   4       17  Dunnstown..................38.96   0
Under 18.5s East Point 13.17 (95) def North Ballarat City 12.13 (85) Springbank 8.8  (56) def Beaufort 3.5  (23)
Learmonth 17.10  (112) def Smythesdale 1.5  (11) 18  Smythesdale................0.00    0
1   Bacchus Marsh.........357.39   20       Lake Wendouree 11.19 (85) def Sunbury 9.8 (62)
2   Nth Ballarat City........297.06   20       Under 15
3   Melton South............. 127.46   20       Reserves Reserves
Buninyong 23.19  (157) def R’wood/C’hap 0.0  (0)
4   East Point..................200.00   16       Bacchus Marsh 11.14 (80) def Melton 5.11 (41) 1   Learmonth................ 344.90  28
5   Lake Wendouree...... 167.40   12       Creswick 11.10  (76) def Bungaree 1.4  (10) 2   Waubra......................201.64  24
6   Redan.........................137.76   12       Sebastopol 7.7 (49) def Ballarat 6.5 (41) Clunes 4.9  (33) def Newlyn 3.4  (22) 3   Buninyong.................134.39  24
7   Ballarat......................... 77.52   8       Darley 13.7 (85) def Melton South 8.5 (53) Hepburn 14.15  (99) def Dunnstown 1.1  (7) 4   Beaufort....................168.83  20
8   Darley...........................73.88   8       East Point 15.19 (109) def North Ballarat City 5.2 (32) Springbank 16.7  (103) def Beaufort 1.4  (10) 5   Creswick...................165.98  20
9   Melton.........................100.00   4      
10  Sunbury.......................40.91   4       Lake Wendouree 6.9 (45) def Sunbury 6.8 (44) Gordon 5.7  (37) def Skipton 3.3  (21) 6   Hepburn.................... 140.11  20
11  Sebastopol ..................6.76     4       C’ham/Linton 17.6  (108) def Daylesford 6.3  (39) 7   Smythesdale..............96.42   16
Under 18.5s 8   Springbank................ 114.38  14
U/16.5 Seniors Learmonth 5.11  (41) def Smythesdale 0.0  (0)
1   Lake Wendouree...... 157.01   20       Bacchus Marsh 9.10 (64) def Melton 8.7 (55) 9   Dunnstown................ 151.53  12
2   Nth Ballarat...............142.81   20       Ballarat 15.20 (110) def Sebastopol 2.2 (14) Central Highlands Netball League 10  Newlyn.....................130.91  12
3   Darley....................... 120.38   20      
4   Redan........................ 116.01   12       Melton South 10.14 (74) def Darley 7.1 (43)
Central Highlands Netball League 11  Daylesford................124.26  12
Results – Round 7 12  R’wood/C’hap...........95.93   12
5   East Point..................... 91.78   8       North Ballarat City 7.7 (49) def East Point 6.6 (42) Results – Round 7
13  Bungaree..................82.73   12
6   Ballarat.........................86.30   8       Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A
7   Mount Clear..................77.16   8       Lake Wendouree 10.14 (74) def Sunbury 5.7 (37) 14  Clunes........................ 107.20  8
Ballan 7 27 11 24 26 36
8   Bacchus Marsh............ 47.44   0       15  Gordon........................53.58   8
Waubra 19 10 18 40 27 44
U/16.5 Reserves Beaufort 14 15 31 19 15 40
16  Ballan.......................... 61.72   6
1   Lake Wendouree......248.48   22       BFL Juniors Springbank 8 19 16 41 53 49 17  C’ham/Linton...............44.20   4
2   Ballarat......................180.47   20       Bungaree 17 37 35 48 23 58 18  Skipton......................... 7.73    0
3   Nth Ballarat............... 131.53   16       Results – Round 6 Creswick 15 11 8 17 15 23
4   Bacchus Marsh..........86.67   12       Buninyong 58 39 26 36 45 39 Under 18
U/16.5 Seniors
5   Darley......................... 73.16   10       Rokewood 1 7 10 32 27 28 1   Hepburn...................1484.31 28
6   Mount Clear.................85.25   8       Ballarat 8.5 (53) def Redan 5.7 (37) Daylesford 21 34 28 36 - - 2   Skipton......................364.10  28
7   Redan...........................64.52   8       North Ballarat 10.8 (68) def East Point 7.3 (45) Carngham 7 11 33 22 - -
8   East Point.....................36.38   0       Dunnstown 13 18 13 20 38 66
3   Creswick...................331.63  24
U/14 Seniors Mount Clear 6.13 (49) def Bacchus Marsh 2.3 (15) Hepburn 16 43 41 32 29 33 4   Ballan.........................119.74  24
1   Mount Clear..............648.10   24       Darley 7.8 (50) def Lake Wendouree 3.12 (30) Gordon 10 17 27 23 30 49 5   Springbank............... 396.32  20
2   Darley........................175.80   20       Skipton 17 17 16 16 16 23 6   Newlyn..................... 200.00  20
3   East Point .................143.04   16       U/16.5 Reserves Learmonth 11 54 67 55 93 123 7   Learmonth.................168.79  20
4   Redan.........................91.67   16       Ballarat 9.6 (60) def Redan 3.8 (26) Smythesdale 17 3 14 4 2 5 8   Buninyong.................159.93  20
5   Ballarat ......................64.08   12       Newlyn 15 36 25 45 28 60 9   Beaufort.................... 114.03  16
6   Nth Ballarat .................81.27   4       North Ballarat 16.7 (103) def East Point 0.4   (4) Clunes 3 10 23 22 37 39
10  Waubra......................48.36   12
7   Bacchus Marsh............ 41.58   4       Mount Clear 11.7 (73) def Bacchus Marsh 4.2 (26)
8   Lake Wendouree.........33.00   0       11  R’wood/C’hap...........34.70   12
Darley 6.9 (45) drew Lake Wendouree 6.9 (45) 12  Clunes.........................40.83   8
U/14 Reserves
1   Sebastopol...............1204.88 24       U/14 Seniors 13  C’ham/Linton...............23.91   8
2   Nth Ballarat.............. 354.95   20       14  Dunnstown..................40.34   4
3   Mount Clear............. 208.28   20       Ballarat 7.5 (47) def Redan  4.8 (32)
15  Bungaree....................20.69   4
4   East Point..................242.86   16       East Point 3.6 (24) def North Ballarat 0.3   (3) 16  Smythesdale...............20.37   0
5   Darley.........................95.05   16      
Mount Clear 15.9 (99) def Bacchus Marsh 1.2   (8) 17  Gordon.........................0.00    0
6   Lake Wendouree.......92.37   12      
7   Redan........................... 39.19   8       Darley 8.8 (56) def Lake Wendouree 2.4 (16) 18  Daylesford....................0.00    0
8   Bacchus Marsh............. 7.68     4      
9   Ballarat..........................9.90     0       U/14 Reserves Under 15
U/12 Seniors Sebastopol 15.8 (98) def Ballarat 0.4   (4) Ballan Golf Club 1   Buninyong.................671.00  24
1   Mount Clear.............2329.41 24       North Ballarat 6.4 (40) def East Point 4.3 (27) 2   Springbank................253.89  24
2   Bacchus Marsh........ 444.62   20       Results - Week ending Saturday 27 May
3   Hepburn.................... 252.13  24
3   Redan........................ 172.18   20       Mount Clear 23.11 (149) def Bacchus Marsh  0.1   (1) Wednesday – Stableford 4   Gordon...................... 377.61  20
4   Ballarat......................123.21   20       Darley 11.7 (73) def Lake Wendouree 1.2   (8) Winner Barry Sims 37 points, R/up John McLeod 35 points. 5   Learmonth.................305.10  20
5   Sebastopol.................43.59   12      
6   Lake Wendouree......... 67.43   8       U/12 Seniors NTP - 15th John McLeod 6   Clunes.......................175.22  20
7   Nth Ballarat..................59.67   8       Magpie - 14th Barry Sims. 7   Skipton......................148.93  16
Ballarat 5.9 (39) def Sebastopol 2.2 (14)
8   Darley...........................48.00   4       8   Newlyn......................146.34  16
9   East Point .....................17.51   4       North Ballarat 7.19 (61) def East Point 0.0   (0) Saturday - Stableford 9   Creswick....................115.15  16
U/12 Reserves Mount Clear 5.8 (38) def Bacchus Marsh 1.3   (9) A Grade Winner - Frank Raffaele (10) 38 points, 10  C’ham/Linton............128.07  12
1   Ballarat......................313.95   24       R/up Kevin Lockman (14) 37 points. 11  Daylesford.................85.26   12
2   Mount Clear.............. 457.14   20       Lake Wendouree 4.5 (29) def Darley 2.4 (16)
B Grade Winner - David Mayne (25) 38 points, 12  Dunnstown................35.84   12
3   Nth Ballarat...............351.92   20       U/12 Reserves R/up Jimmy Walsh (21) 35 points. 13  Waubra......................25.84   12
4   Redan........................316.67   20      
5   Darley........................209.72   20       Ballarat 3.4 (22) def Sebastopol 0.2   (2) NTPs - 12th Lenny Killender, 15th John Fitzgerald. 14  Beaufort...................... 27.27   8
6   Bacchus Marsh............18.87   8       North Ballarat 4.6 (30) def East Point 1.0   (6) Magpies - 14th Bob Arklay, 18th Hugh Miller. 15  Bungaree.................... 33.74   4
7   Lake Wendouree.........29.84   4       16  Smythesdale............... 17.49   4
Mount Clear 1.6 (12) def Bacchus Marsh 1.1   (7) Balls 4, Cut-off 35: Jimmy Walsh, David Mayne,
8   Sebastopol...................15.76   4       17  R’wood/C’hap..............9.50    0
Frank Raffaele, Kevin Lockman.
9   East Point.....................30.21   0       Darley 4.4 (28) def Lake Wendouree 1.0   (6) 18  Ballan...........................0.00    0
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• Peroni Nastro DAD• Heineken Lagereach
Azzurro • Corona FATHER’S DAY 7th SEPTEMBER 2014
• Jacob’s Creek St Hugo Range
Per 700ml & Cola 4.6%
• Bundaberg
• Somersby Apple & Pear 2 For • Vodka750ml
Cruiser WIN
• Jim Beam • Canadian Club • Jim Beam• Johhnie
Black &Walker & Cola 4.6%
Cola 6% • Jim Beam • Wild Turkey 5%
$82
1 LITRE

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each
• Smirnoff Ice Double Black 6.5%
a trip for 2 to the Monaco GP

$
46.99 $
PLUS 3 trips for 2 to be
won to the Melbourne GP.*

• Bundaberg Vat & Cola
Purchase any participating product and in 25

Equates to
words or less tell us why your Dad is a champion!

Any 2
*14 sets to be won
Enter online at
www.championdad.com.au
*Retain proof of purchase.

32.90
case/24
• Bulleit & Cola 6.5%

Any 235.99
1 Litre 4 FOR 2 FOR
$
$
49.99 $
51.99
each
Total prize pool valued at over $30,000 RRP
700ml $
34.99 19.60 $ $
23.99
$36
GIVE. SHARE.
each 700ml 4 packsor $6.99 each or $13.99 each
each each
Promotional Period: commences 9AM (AEST) 11/8/14 & ends 11:59PM 7/9/14. Entry is open to Aus Residents aged 18yr+. Entrants must, during the Promotional Period, purchase any 700ml bottle of Chivas 12YO or Chivas 18YO; 750ml bottle of St Hugo wine; or 750ml bottle of Jacob’s Creek Reserve, from a participating

Carlton Draught
Cellarbrations Store, The Bottle-O Store or IGA Liquor Store; log on to www.championdad.com.au (Website) complete all entry details including the last 4-digits of barcode from the product and describe in 25 words or less why your dad is a champion. The Major Prize is a trip for 2 people to the Monaco GP including airfares
and accommodation valued at $18,800 and there are 3 Minor prizes of a trip for 2 to the Melbourne GP 2015 valued at $4,250 each. The Winner will be the most original and creative entry that meets the brief as judged by a panel of judges in its sole discretion on 12/9/14. The Winners will be notified by email and telephone
1 LITRE

within 2 business days of judgement. The Promoter’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The Promoter is Pernod Ricard Winemakers Pty Ltd, ABN 75 007 870 046 of 167 Fullarton Road Dulwich SA 5065, (02) 8874 8302. See Website for full T&Cs.

750ml 750ml
Give. Share. Enjoy responsibly this Father’s Day

1 LITRE 1 LITRE
• Peroni
Jacob's Creek St Hugo Range
Nastro Azzurro

$46
1 LITRE

1 LITRE

Specials available from 25/8/14 until 7/9/14 or while stocks last.
• Corona
4 Pack
Join the • Heineken
SMSLager
CLUB
SMS your name and/or Email address to: 0427 840 862 # SMS
24 pack
You will receive up to the minute details of super specials & exclusive offers.
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each • Jim Beam Black & Cola 6%
• Bundaberg UP Rum • •Johnnie
Smirnoff IceWalker Red
Double Black Label
6.5%
• Gordon's Dry Gin • Smirnoff Vodka
• Bundaberg Vat & Red
Cola Label
• Bulleit & Cola 6.5%
alker Black Label • Johnnie Walker Double Black
alker Platinum 18YO • Johnnie Walker Gold Label • Bundaberg UP Rum • Gordon’s Dry Gin
• Johnnie Walker Blue Tiffany • Johnnie Walker Red Label • Smirnoff Vodka Red Label
• Canadian Club • Jim Beam • Bundaberg Rum • Gordon’s Gin • Black Douglas • Lindeman’s Bin Range • Stoneleigh Marlborough Range

3541
2 For
LATE WEEK
Buy anySPECIALS IN STORE 2nd JUNE UNTIL 4th JUNE
2 bottles of Robert
Oatley Signature Series $
and go in the draw to
$ $
700ml
buy90eacheach
17.90
Any 2 $12.90 $55
CHAMPION
9.90
$75
$100$ DAD
29.99
$$190
750ml
FATHER’S DAY 7th SEPTEMBER 2014

63.99 2 For
$ each

$39.99
each in a 4 bottle buy each in a 4 bottle in a 4 bottle buy

10.99 18.99
2
Any FOR
2 2 FOR 4 Litre

10.99 $
WIN A BOX SET OF
22 16 $ 12 each750ml
29.99 WIN
$ $ $
$$ OATLEY WINES 750ml$
ROBERT or each
39.99 or 750ml700ml
each or 700ml

$82
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750ml 750ml each
750ml
each
750ml each each 6 pack
each
each 6 pack each 6 pack
700ml 750ml a trip for 2 to the Monaco GP
PLUS 3 trips for 2 to be
won to the Melbourne GP.*
Purchase any participating product and in 25
words or less tell us why your Dad is a champion!
*14 sets to be won
Enter online at
www.championdad.com.au
*Retain proof of purchase.

case/24

ons at Bacchus Marsh • Johnnie Walker Black Label • Johnnie Walker Double Black
Exclusive to Cellarbrati stocks last! • De Bortoli Premium
and only wh ile • Pepperjack Reds • Johnnie Walker •Platinum
• Oyster Bay Wines Penfold’s 18yo • Johnnie Walker Gold
Total prize pool valued at over $30,000
Label
4 Litre Cask
RRP

• Johnnie Walker • Smirnoff • Oyster Bay Sauvignon(excl.
Blanc • HahnGIVE.
Pinot Noir & Sparkling) Super DryHill Range
• Johnnie
Koonunga
SHARE. Walker Blue Tiffany• Broo Premium Lager • Jim Beam • Canadian Club

ONLY at Bacchus Marsh
Promotional Period: commences 9AM (AEST) 11/8/14 & ends 11:59PM 7/9/14. Entry is open to Aus Residents aged 18yr+. Entrants must, during the Promotional Period, purchase any 700ml bottle of Chivas 12YO or Chivas 18YO; 750ml bottle of St Hugo wine; or 750ml bottle of Jacob’s Creek Reserve, from a participating

Carlton Draught
Cellarbrations Store, The Bottle-O Store or IGA Liquor Store; log on to www.championdad.com.au (Website) complete all entry details including the last 4-digits of barcode from the product and describe in 25 words or less why your dad is a champion. The Major Prize is a trip for 2 people to the Monaco GP including airfares
and accommodation valued at $18,800 and there are 3 Minor prizes of a trip for 2 to the Melbourne GP 2015 valued at $4,250 each. The Winner will be the most original and creative entry that meets the brief as judged by a panel of judges in its sole discretion on 12/9/14. The Winners will be notified by email and telephone
within 2 business days of judgement. The Promoter’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The Promoter is Pernod Ricard Winemakers Pty Ltd, ABN 75 007 870 046 of 167 Fullarton Road Dulwich SA 5065, (02) 8874 8302. See Website for full T&Cs.

at Bacchus Marsh
Give. Share. Enjoy responsibly this Father’s Day

AIN POINTS WITH EVERY PURCHASE! 120 Main Street,
Jacob'sBacchus Marsh
Creek St Hugo • 5367 0460
Range
OPEN:
MON-SAT 9am-11pm
ave you joined our free loyalty rewards program yet?
120 Main
Specials available from 25/8/14 until 7/9/14Street • 5367
or while 0460 last.
stocks
* Cellarbrations supports the responsible service of alcohol. Specials available at Bacchus Marsh Store only. Retail quantities only. No trade supplied. Prices include GST where applicable.
SUN 10am-10pm
Tobacco & Alcohol not sold to under 18’s. Prices exclude reserve or premium varieties unless specified. E. & O.E. Images for advertising purposes only.