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Tuesday 24 October, 2017 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Fax 5368 2764 Vol 11 No 41

Resting in Peace

Robyn Lavery with an Angel Gown made from a donated wedding dress. Photo – Jessica Howard

By Jessica Howard wedding dresses and supplied to local hospitals and funeral gown per year”.
homes including Bacchus Marsh Hospital and Michael Those interested in becoming volunteer seamstresses will
Robyn Lavery is one of hundreds of volunteers who convert Crawford Funerals in Bacchus Marsh. be sent a test pattern and required to supply three samples of
old wedding dresses into tiny gowns for babies who die from While thousands of wedding dresses have been donated work before being accepted.
infant illness. over the years, Angel Gowns Australia is open to postal Ms Lavery said the organisation was also looking for
The Bacchus Marsh resident is the Western Region wedding dress collection during the month of October. volunteer promoters and organisers.
Coordinator of Angel Gowns Australia – a nation-wide Ms Lavery said the postal collection is run in conjunction “You don’t have to be a seamstress to be involved,” she said.
charity that creates handcrafted garments for bereaved with Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. Angel Gowns Australia volunteers handcraft micro-
families who have suffered a stillbirth or death of their baby. She said donations are posted to Sydney for processing premature gowns, gowns for full-term babies and wraps.
The charity was founded in March 2014 and has since grown and distributed to volunteer seamstresses. Donations must Personalised gowns can also be made on request.
to have more than 360 dedicated volunteers. be white, ivory, cream and champagne coloured wedding A display of Angel Gowns is located in the Lerderderg
Ms Lavery has been involved in the not-for-profit program dresses. Library in Bacchus Marsh until November.
for two-years. “We have sewing days once every three months, however For those interested in volunteering, contact apply@
“A lot of people have experienced a loss themselves or a everyone also sews in their own home. angelgownsaustralia.org.au.
loss within their family, and a lot of the time they don’t have “We are always looking for new volunteers and there are no For more information on Angel Gowns Australia, including
anything to dress their little angel baby in,” she said. deadlines. We do not expect you to sew 100 gowns, it is about where and how to donate a wedding dress, visit http://
The precious garments are sewn from deconstructed quality not quantity and it doesn’t matter if you only sew one angelgownsaustralia.org.au.

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Murdered man
an only child
By Jessica Howard employed at Noodle Lovers in Bacchus
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deceased’s alleged girlfriend Yu Tung Lo, 26.
A victim impact statement written by Val
Ms Lo has also been charged with murder.
Hogan was read in the Supreme Court
Ms Hogan said the loss of a child, no matter
of Victoria by Crown Prosecutor Jeremy
McWilliams on Friday October 20. their age, was indescribable.

Paul Hogan was shot in the head at point “A year-and-half later and my life is no
blank range while attempting to reverse different to the day I found out [about Mr
out of his Labilliere Street home in Bacchus Hogan’s death]… I’m still trying to cope with
Marsh on May 24 last year. the realisation that I can never hug him and
Ms Hogan said she saw her son’s white van he can never hug me”.
pictured on the news and ran straight to her The maximum term for murder is life in
local police station, where it was confirmed prison. For recklessly causing injury, it is five
that her only child had been killed. years in prison.
Detectives and police near the scene in Labilliere St Bacchus Marsh last Tuesday. INSET – a floral tribute to Paul Hogan from work colleagues at the Noodle Lovers shop where he was

Murder in Marsh
a casual delivery driver. Photos – Helen Tatchell

“I collapsed onto the floor,” she said At the time of writing, Duhovic had served
“Paul didn’t just die, he was stolen from me”. 514 days in prison. By Jessica Howard It is also alleged Duhovic shot the victim at point- “They weren’t arguing. When I later heard there had
blank range at the request of Yu Lo. The pair appeared been a shooting on that street, I remembered that I had

Defence barrister Philip Dunn said Duhovic
A Bacchus Marsh man has been fatally shot in the in Melbourne Magistrates court on Thursday, each seen them standing outside the house”.

Melbourne man Daniel Duhovic, 33, has driveway of his Labilliere Street home, in broad
daylight.
charged with one count of murder.
A Maddingley resident who ran past the Labilliere
The area was cordoned off for over eight hours.
In the days following Mr Hogan’s death, tributes

had acted in defence of his co-accused, Yu Lo.
Emergency services were called to the property just Street property just moments before the incident, flowed into Bacchus Marsh Noodle Lovers, where he

pleaded guilty to one charge of murder before 8:20am on Tuesday (May 24) after the victim,
who was sitting in his vehicle, sustained a gunshot
wound to the head.
said he saw a female of Asian appearance and a man
standing outside the house at around 8am.
was employed as a delivery driver.
Members of the community also took to social media
to pay their respects.
“I was jogging past and I saw an Asian lady standing

and one charge of recklessly causing injury Justice Jane Dixon adjourned the matter for a The man, identified by police as 48-year-old Paul
Hogan, died at the scene.
His alleged girlfriend, 26-year-old Yu Tung Lo, was
outside with another guy, I think he might have been
[the victim’s] flat mate, not the shooter. They had a
whole heap of boxes and bags, I thought she might have
“What a tragic and sad case of affairs. No one wins
here; a family have lost a dad and another family will
be grieving over the choice their loved one made.

after fatally shooting Mr Hogan, who was sentencing hearing at a date to be fixed.
arrested by Homicide Squad detectives on Wednesday been going overseas or something”. Breaks my heart,” a post read.
night alongside a 33-year-old Thornbury resident The resident, who wished to remain anonymous, said Daniel Duhovic and Yu Tung Lo will reappear in court
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Ken Handford and his grandson.
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By Jessica Howard client rejected Cooper’s Lost or Found a dog or cat?
allegations. Keep up to date with
The family of Ken Handford He said Williamson, who impounded animals on
have been forced to relive his had previously worked for Council’s Pet Adoption
harrowing murder as the co- Mr Handford on the Spring- Facebook page –
accused enters his second bank farm, accepted that he Moorabool Pet Adoption.
guilty plea in as many years. was the driving force be- (MSC DAB 2016-003)
Mr Handford’s daughter, hind the burglary, however
Male Domestic Short Hair For more information
Margaret Murray told the Cooper was not being led by
Supreme Court (sitting in the nose. Female Black Pomeranian Champagne & White contact Council Customer
cross - Found in Maddingley - Found in Pentland Hills Service on 5366 7100.
Ballarat) on Tuesday October “[Williamson] was at the

Pools set to open
10 that her last memory of lowest point of his life; couch
her father was of his bruised Adam Lucas Williamson. surfing and immersed in a
and bloody body. Drawn by Edward Coleridge. life of drugs,” he said.
“That will stay with me “He conceived the idea of
his plea in December 2016.
until I take my own final the aggravated burglary….
Ms Murray said she had Mark Saturday December 2 in the diary, the weekdays and 1pm-4pm on weekends
breath,” she said. And continued to thieve
had little to no healing in the first day of the Bacchus Marsh and Ballan 26C+ - open full hours 11am–7pm
It is the second time Ms while the deceased was
last two years. pool opening. But it will depend on the January:
Murray has had to speak in incapacitated”.
“The back and forth plea temperature. Below 23C – closed
court about the 2015 ordeal Mr Johns said since the inci-
of guilty, not guilty, guilty With warmer weather just around the corner, 23C+ – open full hours 11am–7pm
that left her father, a WWII dent, Williamson had shown
has been an extension of our Moorabool Shire Council has announced its February/Early March:
veteran and Springbank po- signs of guilt and remorse.
trauma,” she said. 2017/18 pool times for Bacchus Marsh and Below 23C – closed
tato farmer, dead. However, Crown prosecu-
“I have felt as powerless and Ballan pools. 23C-25C – reduced hours: 3pm-6pm
Mr Handford was tied up tor Justin Lewis urged Jus-
and stabbed 13 times at his irrelevant as my Dad did But with a temperature policy dictating weekdays and 1pm-4pm on weekends
tice Jane Dixon to be careful
isolated home on the eve of when these two people took opening times, to cool off at the pool the 26C+ - open full hours 11am–7pm.
before coming to the conclu-
his 90th birthday in Septem- his life”. temperature must first reach 23C, below this, Prices (2017/18 season)
sion that the accused was
ber 2015. Earlier this year, Jonathon and the pools will remain closed. Entry child – $3.60
indeed remorseful.
Adam Lucas Williamson, Cooper, the 29-year-old who A council spokesperson said the first Entry adult – $4.80
“It is important to make a
40, has pleaded guilty to the stabbed Mr Handford, was Saturday in December will be opening day. Entry spectator – $1.30
distinction between an ac-
murder and aggravated bur- jailed for 16 years, with a cused who is sorry for the “Responsibility for the two pools is now Entry child season ticket – $55.00
glary, which saw him steal minimum of 13 years. circumstances he finds him- in-house, and Council has developed a Entry adult season ticket – $69.00
cash, a gold chain and nearly Cooper alleged that he had self in and one who is truly temperature policy to guide pool opening Entry family season ticket – $112.00
a dozen war medals from Mr been manipulated by Wil- sorry,” he said. days and times. Lane hire – $35.00
Handford’s home. liamson, who lied to him Sentencing for Williamson “At this stage the pool season will close in To keep up to date with times, events and
It is the second time Wil- about Mr Handford being a has been adjourned as the early March,” they said. activities at the pools throughout summer,
liamson has pleaded guilty. paedophile. court awaits the sentencing Opening Times December: follow Council’s Facebook pages - Ballan
He previously admitted the Williamson’s defence law- appeal for co-accused Jona- Below 23C – closed Outdoor Pool and/or Bacchus Marsh
murder, however rescinded yer, Scott Johns said his thon Cooper. 23C-25C – reduced hours: 3pm-6pm Outdoor Pool.

Historic cars
forge at cottage
By Jessica Howard Ballan and went on to Eynesbury for lunch
before heading back to Geelong”.
Around a dozen vintage cars were parked Mr Cribb said 17 vehicles transported
alongside the Blacksmiths Cottage and Forge around 30-members to the Blacksmith’s
in Bacchus Marsh last week. Cottage and Forge.
The Geelong MG (Morris Garages) Car Club “There are a lot less vehicles here than
visited the historic cottage as part of their normal due to the weather.
monthly day trip on Thursday (October 19). “A lot of cars don’t get out on the road when
Club member Peter Cribb said he organised it’s really wet, despite being manufactured in
the trip as he has a connection to the town. England”.
“I lived here in the mid-80s and knew about Members of the MG Car Club were taken on
the Blacksmith’s Cottage long before it was a tour of the Blacksmith’s Cottage and Forge,
purchased and turned into the heritage site which included a display of the history of the
that it is,” he said. Bacchus Marsh Horticulture Show.
“History is an interest of mine and each The Blacksmith’s Cottage and Forge is
month the MG Car Club visits a different located in the centre of town. The Bookbarn MG Car Club Geelong member Peter Cribb with Barbara Manly from the Blacksmith’s
place, so here we are. We came up through is open from Friday to Sunday. Cottage and Forge in Bacchus Marsh. Photo – Jessica Howard
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Doctor commitment
By Jessica Howard “I knew BDH&C had enormous potential,”
he said.
Doctor David Llewellyn will continue to “This place is forever growing and you
serve the Ballan community for another just have to look around to know that.
five years. We’ve got a new hospital block, new allied
The general practitioner started his full- health services and the new hydro pool,
time position at Ballan District Health and among other things.
Care in 2012 after working part-time for a “This establishment is enormous and is
period of 18-months. predominately community funded, which
A doctor for three decades, Dr Llewellyn shows how much the community wants it
started his medical journey as a student at to be here”.
Monash University in Melbourne. He spent By 2022, Dr Llewellyn will have served the
his post-grad year in Ballarat, followed by Ballan community for a decade. He said it
Shepparton and Bendigo. was easy to stay in a community that he
He later moved on to the North Coast of enjoyed.
New South Wales, where he spent 11-years “Medical professionals often jump around,
working in procedural obstetrics and and five to ten years at the one practice can
general practice. be unusual, but I am both personally and
“I would have delivered around 150 babies professionally happy here,” he said.
per year up there,” he said. “Ballan has a really good atmosphere,
“I was the head of obstetrics and I really the people I work with and the patients I
did enjoy it, however my parents became look after are likeable, they make you feel
unwell, so I moved back to Ballarat to be relevant, and that really makes a difference.
useful. It wasn’t a simple decision to move, “BDH&C is also a very contemporary
but it was definitely the correct one”. establishment that will only continue to get
Dr Llewellyn took on a position at Eureka better over time. It’s a really nice place to be
Medical Centre in Ballarat, before moving and I like to think that I go home and feel
to a part time role at Ballan District Health satisfied that I have been, and will continue
and Care. to be, useful to the community”.

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BACCHUS MARSH
Council What’s On @
DENTAL HOUSE
Modern Dentistry from a Friendly
clips Moorabool Libraries
and Experienced Team By Kate Taylor

There’s a new policy in place
for Moorabool Shire Council
community grants.
Moorabool Library Service
The new policy incorporates
the existing Community De-
Extended Opening Hours
velopment Fund within the The Lerderderg Library is now open until 8.00pm on
existing Community Grants Mondays and Thursdays. Please note this is a trial period
Dr Fong Nien Yong Dr Alanna Tanner Program, with changes in-
BDSc (Melbourne, Australia) BSc DDS (Melbourne, Australia) cluding a new funding cat- until June 2018 depending on the use of the service.
HOURS: Mon-Fri 8.30am–6.00pm egory, online applications,
Sat 8.30am–1.00pm Sun Closed
52 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh
and changes to funding
round dates and titles.
Trial Change to Saturday Hours
Phone: 5315 2777 Following council protocol, Commencing October 2017, the opening hours for the
the policy lay on the table
after last months’ council
Lerderderg Library on a Saturday will be from 9.00am to
meeting before officially be- 2.00pm as a trial period until June 2018. We encourage
ing adopted by a unanimous all community members to make use of this opportunity
vote at the October 4 council
meeting. and provide feedback.
The new policy is available
on council’s website - www.
moorabool.vic.gov.au
Ballan Library
New Friday Opening Hours
Correction: We are pleased to announce that Ballan Library will now
On October 10, the
open at 9.30am to 5.00pm on Fridays, commencing 20
Moorabool News published
Police Rounds containing October, 2017. This initiative will increase the opportunity
a factual error (submitted for community members to access the service and further
to MN) regarding the
retirement of Ballan Police
expand library resources in the Ballan community.
Phone 5367 5705 ■ 23 Grant Street, Bacchus Marsh
Station cleaner, Judy Jones.
Mrs Jones was an important
part of the Ballan Police
team between 1984 and 2017, @mooraboollibraries
not 1968 and 2017, as printed.
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Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au  The Moorabool News – 24 October, 2017 Page 7

The original DJ Flu relief
By Kate Taylor

It’s been a deadly flu season, and now Djerriwarrh Health
By Jessica Howard
has been given nearly $1 million to help fight the epidemic.
It’s been 32-years since David Steele The announcement comes as part of a state-wide $115
founded the voice of Moorabool. million funding injection to help fight what is considered to
Apple 98.5FM was first aired in be one of Victoria’s worst influenza seasons on record.
October 1986 (then 94.7FM), with a Member for Western Victoria, Jaala Pulford, announced that
test broadcast that coincided with the Djerriwarrh Health Service will receive a special flu funding
150-year celebration of the founding of support package of $939,601.
Bacchus Marsh.
Ms Pulford said this year’s flu season has resulted in
The broadcast was granted by the
sustained pressure on Victoria’s health system with more
Australian Broadcast Standards for just
than 14,000 flu cases reported across Victoria so far.
one week, with a temporary station set
up in the garage of a real estate office at “Hospitals across Western Victoria have been feeling the
Underbank Estate. pressure this flu season and this extra funding will support
Mr Steele said he advertised the idea them to keep delivering the quality care our patients need,”
for a community radio station through Ms Pulford said.
the local newspaper. “This flu season has hit us hard and I know that local
“I put the word out there to see if the hospitals across Western Victoria have been working
station would get enough support from overtime to ensure people suffering the ‘flu get the treatment
the Bacchus Marsh community, and it they need,” she said.”
definitely did,” he said. While the flu peak is coming to an end, hospitals continue to
“We had a crew of about 20 of us. urge patients with less severe illnesses to contact their GP, a
Some were there to operate the pharmacist – including Victoria’s 24/7 Supercare Pharmacies
equipment and some were doing their - or NURSE-ON-CALL.
own segments, which ranged from
the breakfast program to news items

Small town
and community announcements, and
music”.
The station attracted a number of local
high school students, jazz and country
music enthusiasts and amateur news

strategy
presenters. Mr Steele said the broadcast
switched off at midnight and started up
again at 6am.
“After the broadcast had been running
for two days, we got a call on the

delay
Wednesday from a local business that
ran 24-hours a day in Bacchus Marsh David Steele with the original local newspaper (The Express) story to get a radio
and they said, ‘What’s happening after station in Bacchus Marsh. Photos – Helen Tatchell
midnight? We want to listen, but you’re
Mr Steele said the next few years saw introduction of radio programming.
switching it off’. So I spoke to our group
the station relocate from Underbank “When that came in, members who
and one man said he would run a By Kate Taylor
Estate to the local school, the weren’t available, especially overnight,
segment from midnight to dawn.
community centre, the post office and a used to make programs up and
“That was pretty great; to go from only Just two outstanding objections will see council’s
Main Street building located above the we’d automatically run them on the
just starting up, to running 24-hours a Amendment C78 put before an independent planning panel.
chemist. computer and on air. That was a big
day after only the third day”. The Moorabool Shire Small Towns and Settlements Strategy
Finally, in 2001, a full license was game changer,” he said.
The last two days of the test broadcast is a component of Moorabool 2041, with amendment
granted. “Another big change was online
saw the town celebrate the annual C78 designed to bring the Strategy into effect within the
Apple Valley Fest. Mr Steele said the “That was definitely a relief,” Mr Steele streaming. I moved to Torquay in 2013
said. and I know a couple of other guys who Moorabool Planning Scheme.
weekend transmission included a live
recording of the festival procession, “We found a new home on Gisborne moved on from the station and on from After extensive public consultation, the amendment was
local harness racing and a country Road and while it was a bit of a slog to Bacchus Marsh, yet we can still listen to authorised in April this year, with proposed minor changes
show held at the show grounds. get all the equipment up and running, it the station from wherever we are”. on the basis of a CFA’s submission – but there are still two
“On the Sunday night we finished was great to finally see Bacchus Marsh With the support and help from hurdles for council to clear before the proposed amendment
up the week and we were really quite have their own permanent community Moorabool Shire Council, Apple proceeds to the next stage.
enthusiastic about it all. radio station”. 98.5FM is now located at the Darley Three submissions from residents to the proposal were
“It had become obvious that people Mr Steele was actively involved in Community Hub. Members attended a received, as well as three from public agencies – however
were listening, because we had a Apple 98.5FM until 2008. He said his ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday
following discussions with council officers, two objections
telephone there for song requests and 22-year stint saw the station change September 7, (The Moorabool News 10
still remained, triggering the recommendation by council
that rang hot; especially between 4pm and progress dramatically. Oct 2017).
officers for the amendment to go to a planning panel.
and 6pm when the school kids were “Naturally our music was played from Mr Steele said he hopes to see the
old vinyl records and we later started community radio station continue to go “In most cases, (strategy) recommendations are town
on”.
using cassettes and cartridge players, from “strength to strength”. specific but there are also a limited number of overarching
In the weeks that followed, the station
saw over 200 people become members. which we used to record all our ads. “It was really encouraging to see strategies applying to all settlements,” read a report tabled at
As a result, the Australian Broadcast Then came CDs, followed by computers Council help in moving the station the October 4 council meeting.
Standards granted a further three and MP3s”. to a much more permanent home… It’s not what is contained within the amendment, however,
test broadcasts per year, which were However, the biggest change, hopefully it can now continue to that is the cause of the objections – but what has been left
extended to two-weeks at a time. according to Mr Steele, was the provide a voice well into the future”. out.
“No submission objected to the proposed content of C78.
Objections are based on what submitters believe should be
added to the proposed content.
“The two remaining objections contain requests that are
considered outside the ambit of the amendment, particularly
where issues are not specific to the small towns and
settlements affected by the Strategy.”
The objections were that statements should be included
supporting small town development in spite of constraints,
where those constraints are limited; and that a statement
should be included prioritising land development in
accordance with restructure plans ahead of zoning
requirements.
Councillors voted at the October council meeting to put the
matter before a planning panel.
The Minister for Planning will appoint an independent
Planning Panel to consider all submissions received; the
Panel will be made up of independent person/s with skills
considered by the Minister to be relevant to the amendment.
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Improving
community safety
By Jessica Howard “We understand the importance of reducing
our carbon footprint on the environment
Volunteer firefighters in Moorabool will and this new system will provide a back-up
continue to keep the community safe thanks so that when the power fails we are still able
to a well-deserved funding boost. to power essential equipment,” he said.
Bacchus Marsh, Coimadai, Gordon, The Bacchus Marsh station was also fitted
Greendale, Mt Egerton and Wallace with LED lighting.
Fire Brigades have shared in more than The ESVS grants program is open to
280 grants totalling over $3.6 million as volunteers, brigades, units and clubs from
part of the Emergency Services Volunteer a variety of emergency services including
Sustainability (ESVS) grants program. CFA, SES, Life Saving Victoria and Marine
Search and Rescue providers.
The Bacchus Marsh and Ballan Group of Fire
Minister for Emergency Services, James
Brigades also benefited from the program,
Merlino, said the main purpose of the grants
with $25,000 donated to Ballan and $6,500 to
was to keep local communities safe.
Bacchus Marsh.
“The Emergency Services Volunteer
Bacchus Marsh Fire Brigade received close Sustainability Grants Program has
to $40,000, which will fund the supply and been established to ensure emergency
installation of a grid connect solar system, management volunteers can continue
while Greendale will benefit from a generator to deliver their crucial work, protecting
totaling $25,700. Victorian properties and lives,” he said. Rotary President Phil McBean and four-year-old Nevaeh, who received her Let’s Read
Captain (Bacchus Marsh) Phil Clayden said For more information on the ESVS grant

Reading in to the future
book at her 3.5-year-old check-up at Darley Early Years Hub. Photo – Jessica Howard
the grant would help ensure the Brigade is program, or to view successful recipients,
energy efficient. visit www.emv.vic.gov.au/esvsgrants.

Brigade Item Amount EX GST

Installation of a 10kw Solar PV grid connect energy system By Jessica Howard Rotary Club President, Phil visits, which are conducted
Bacchus Marsh Fire with battery storage and LED lighting retro fit-out throughout McBean said literacy is one at the Darley Early Years
Brigade station building. $39,860 The future is bright for of the most important foun- Hub at four months, 12
Concrete slab to accommodate the current live fire training
Bacchus Marsh Group of modules. This proposed training facility upgrade would be
young Moorabool children dations for success in school months, 18 months and
Fire Brigades adjacent to Parwan Rural fire Brigade $7,000 as a popular literacy pro- and life. three-and-a-half years old.
60 KVA 3 phase autostart Wired back to building controls gram is funded for a further
Ballan Group of Fire including battery charger, minimum 300 litre tank (diesel) in “It is well documented that The Let’s Read program was
two years.
Brigades soundproof cabinet to 60 decibels at 10 metres) plus wiring $25,000 an individual’s literacy lev- developed by the Centre for
Chainsaw, protective chaps and helmet. Chainsaw The Let’s Read program
$1,830.91 els affect their opportunities Community Child Health
Buninyong Fire Brigade sharpening kit was introduced to the region
40 Stacking Chairs, 5 X Table/storage trolley, Lectern, Laser in life for education, employ- at the Murdoch Children’s
in 2006 and is a national ini-
Coimadai Fire Brigade Printer, HPProbook, Hall Table $12,688.18 ment, income and wellbe- Research Institute and The
2 X 64mm X 30 metre duraline Hose, 4X38m duraline Hose, tiative that promotes read-
ing with children from birth ing,” he said. Royal Children’s Hospital.
Gordon Fire Brigade 1 X Protek 38mm attach branch, Multipurpose storage $5,309
to five years. In 2016-2017, the program For more information on
Greendale Fire Brigade Generator and installation $25,700
The program is delivered provided a total of 1,211 lit- the program, contact Nicole

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

Weighing 2880 grams, little Hannah Grace arrived on Sunday 15 October at 5.38pm. Born
to Sunbury parents Chloe and Brendon KERWELL, Hannah is a new sister for Ezekiel.

Melton couple
Kristina Muscari
and Steven
Kindred have
welcomed their
first child, a little

Charlie’s challenge
boy. Weighing
8lb 2oz, Austin
Dominic Steven
KINDRED
arrived on
By Jessica Howard Thursday 19
October at
Moorabool Shire Libraries are celebrating their first 1000 Books before School graduate. 3.10pm.
Nine-month-old Charlie, with his parents, started the program on May 9 this year and after
five-months of reading six books a day, he reached the final milestone of 1000 books.
The state-wide program targets children aged between zero and five-years-old in order to
increase their readiness for school and help develop important literacy skills.
Throughout his journey, Charlie was awarded milestone prizes including colouring pencils,
a door hanger, magnets, bag tags and the final prize of alphabet flash cards.
Moorabool Shire Libraries will be celebrating the achievements of participating children
with a 500 Club party on Friday November 10 at the Ballan Library and Monday November
13 at the Lerderderg Library. Both parties will commence at 3:45pm.
For more information on the 1000 books before school program or to book for the 500 Club
party, visit www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/libraries.

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL JUSTICE OF PEACE AT LERDERDERG LIBRARY
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 1 November, 2017 at A document signing station is available at Lerderderg Library in Bacchus Marsh every Wednesday
the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan commencing at 5.00pm. between 10.00am and 1.00pm.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. A registered JP will be available to certify documents, witness statutory declarations, affidavits,
enduring power of attorney or signatures. JPs do not charge for this service.
HAVE YOUR SAY – STREET TREE POLICY
Moorabool Shire residents are being given an opportunity to make a submission to Council’s EMPLOYMENT
Draft Street Tree Strategy 2017-2031, after Councillors voted recently to exhibit the draft plan Council invites applications for the existing vacancy:
for public consultation. Senior Community Engagement & Planning Officer
The draft Street Tree Strategy will be out for public consultation until 14 November, 2017. – Temporary Full Time Position (Maternity Leave) until Feb 2019.
The strategy is available from Council offices and on the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov. All Applications close on Monday 30 October 2017.
au/consultations. All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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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 this section will only appear
if a paid public notice also appears in the classifieds section, as per the
constitution of Business & Consumer Affairs for incorporated groups.

Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s)
ADULT EDUCATION Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am
Ballan & District Community House month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. Reflective Worship.
Rear Mechanic’s Hall, Ballan. Term 4 program – OUT NOW.
All enquiries, bookings, classes & venue hire - call 5368 1934 . Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group B3 Community
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Enquiries - 1300 660 068. every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses and classes. BM &
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics Bacchus Marsh.
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh.
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
Enq - 0421 222 717.
229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes. Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
MEETINGS Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535.
2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Moorabool Environment Group Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
Next Meeting – Thursday 26 October, 7.30pm at the Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Meeting last Thursday Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am & 10am;
of month – Enquiries 0409 131021. Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am. Myrniong –
1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
The Pottery Group
Tuesday and Fridays 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall (next
MARKETS Church of the Living God
to Tennis Courts) Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Enquiries Ballan Lions Club Market Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
to Maureen 0447173031. Next market – Saturday 4 November of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
St Andrew’s Playgroup Bacchus Marsh First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne).
St, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & 3pm. Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Darley Market
Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Saturday 4 November, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member 145 (Alan). Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- Ballan Farmers Market
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Next Market – Saturday 11 November, 9am-1pm. Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Ballan Playgroup Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130. KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church
Further details – 0429 681 566.
Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421
905 558 Tamsin.  CHURCH Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club Anglican Parish of West Moorabool Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon Service Times – in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Sunday 29 October - St James’ Morrisons, 9.30am (5th Sunday
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. – only service in the Parish). Enquiries - Glen Wesley on 5368 St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Ballan Anglers Inc 2730. Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome –
0400 003 936. THREATENED SPECIES OF MOORABOOL
INFORMATION DAY – FREE EVENT!
Op Shops’ SATURDAY 28TH OCTOBER 2017
BALLAN MECHANIC’S HALL (143 Inglis St, BALLAN)
Fashion Parade 10 am – 2 pm
Ballan Hospital Auxiliary Come see our displays and talk to the experts and learn about:
Friday 3 November 7pm • Threatened species such as Brush-Tailed Phascogales • Growling Grass frog
Primary Care Activities Room • Southern bent-wing Bat (as well as other Bat species) • Rare and Endangered Birds
Ballan District Health & Care • Rare and threatened Plant species
164 Inglis Street Ballan Short Presentations will take place on the hour on different threatened species.
$12 Entry – Supper Provided Find out what you can do to protect them, improve their habitat or just to find out more about them.
Bring in plant species you want to know more about.
Get a chance to find out more about the Moorabool Catchment Landcare group.
There will be lots of giveaways and free plants!
Event funded by the R E Ross Trust and Threatened Species Protection Initiative Volunteer Action grant.
For more information contact: Jennifer Johnson
Moorabool Catchment Landcare Coordinator
P. 0497 770 075
E. moorabool.landcare@gmail.com
St Paul’s Uniting Church
Fete
10am-2pm
Saturday 28th October 2017
• CAKES • CRAFT
• DEVONSHIRE TEA
• PLANTS • SHEEP MANURE
& MORE
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Keeping up Giddy-up horsey
By Jessica Howard

appearances
There’s a rockin’ new horse
at Gordon and District Play
Group.
The Ballan Men’s Shed
generously donated the
hand-carved rocking horse,
named ‘Black Beauty’, to the
playgroup on Friday (Octo-
By Jessica Howard Applications were required to demonstrate
ber 13).
a capacity to complete their project in
The facilities of two Moorabool sporting The new toy was warmly
accordance with the relevant deadline.
clubs will soon be upgraded thanks to welcomed by parents and
Groups have a maximum of eight months children.
a recent round of funding from AFL from notification to complete their project
Goldfields. “We’ve never had a rocking
and present a final report to AFL Goldfields. horse so I am sure the chil-
Darley and Gordon Football Netball Clubs
AFL Goldfields Regional General Manager, dren will be fighting over it,”
were among seven clubs to benefit from
Rod Ward said he was delighted to announce mother, Ely Flynn said.
the 2018 AFL Goldfields Club Development
the successful recipients of the grants The Gordon and District
Grants.
program, which was introduced in 2015. Play Group currently meet
The grants program provides funding at the Millbrook Communi-
“We are thrilled that we are able to work
between $1000 and $4000 to assist in the ty Hall on Friday mornings
with clubs to improve their facilities, and
development and improvement of club from 9:15 to 11:15am.
also to assist those who are looking to
facilities and programs. A total of $15,000 Rahne Russell said the
expand their junior football, female football
was awarded to successful applicants. rocking horse was a great
and netball participation. This is important
Darley Football Netball Club received contribution the group.
for the growth of football and netball in our
$1000 to assist in preparations for the “It will be great for the kid’s
region,” he said.
redevelopment of its pavilion. This included imagination while they play,
the employment of an architect to redesign Mr Ward said the grants will assist local
especially being a centre that
the building in order to accommodate female football and netball clubs carry out a number
is located in the country- Mikky and Evelyn take Black Beauty for a test ride.
change rooms and make existing facilities of projects totaling more than $107,000. side,” she said. Photo – Helen Tatchell
female friendly. “In the four years since grants program was The playgroup caters for more kids and parents come Ms Flynn said the play-
Gordon also received $1000 in order to introduced, AFL Goldfields have awarded children aged between zero along. Thanks to a recent group were very grateful for
guide future planning and development of $45,000 in grants that have assisted clubs in and five, with 12 children Ballan & District Commu- the donation.
the reserve pavilion and oval over the next projects worth over $225,000. currently enrolled. nity Bank Branch grant, we
three to five years. This will also include “We look forward to opening up applications Ms Flynn said new families now have a whole lot of new “Thank you to the Ballan
the establishment of female friendly change for these Club Development Grants again in were always welcome. toys, including literacy stuff Men’s Shed for our beautiful
rooms. season 2018”. “We would love to see and a play kitchen”. new rocking horse.”

Environmental Opinion
TOM

with Tom Kingston

In light of the comments of a
War of the worlds
the sugar coating of unpalatable is precisely what we have done. matter that her arguments were Rachel Carson: “Incidents like
recently sacked prime minister that facts. It is the public that is being We have done it, moreover, for more emotional than accurate.” the eastern Illinois spraying raise a
climate change, if it is happening at asked to assume the risks that the reasons that collapse the moment question that is not only scientific
all, is going to be good for all of us I insect controllers calculate. The we examine them.” Rachel Carson: “How could but moral. The question is whether
would like to conclude my series on public must decide whether it intelligent beings seek to control a any civilization can wage relentless
Rachel Carson. As I have already wishes to continue on the present few unwanted species by a method
Critics: William Darby head of war on life without destroying
said Rachel Carson, in her book road, and it can do so only when in that contaminated the entire
the Department of Biochemistry itself, and without losing the right
Silent Spring, reminded Americans, full possession of the facts.” environment and brought the
at Vanderbilt University School of to be called civilized.”
and soon all of us, of the sheer Medicine in his review in Chemical threat of disease and death even to
madness we were assuming was Critic: R. Milton Carleton a garden & Engineering News; “Silence! their own kind?”
progress in our ‘insect’ free world. editor of large Midwestern papers Critics: And for a final comment
Miss Carson” and referred to her
Here are Rachel’s words and also a fellow of the American Critics: As you might have from her male critics? William B.
supporters as, “organic gardeners,
juxtaposed against her critics. Association for the Advancement and the worshippers of ‘natural noticed all of the above critics of Bean M.D.: ‘Silent Spring, which
of Science, no less: “Silent Spring foods’.” Rachel Carson are men and that I read word for word with some
is NOT a scientific work. It is full generally was the case. There was trauma, kept reminding me of
Rachel Carson: “How could
of errors, perhaps not evident to one prominent exception, a Dr trying to win an argument with a
intelligent beings seek to control a Rachel Carson: “To have risked
the lay reader, but clear indices of Cynthia Westcott who had been woman. It cannot be done.’
few unwanted species by a method so much in our efforts to mould
a writer who has ventured into an the only female member of the
that contaminated the entire nature to our satisfaction and yet
unknown field and has absorbed subcommittee on pest control and
environment and brought the to have failed in achieving our goal Rachel Carson: “Have we fallen
all sorts of evidence, some of it wildlife: “Throughout Silent Spring
threat of disease and death even to would indeed be the final irony. Yet into a mesmerized state that makes
sound, some of it worthless, and we are given pills of half-truth,
their own kind?” this, it seems, is our situation.” us accept as inevitable that which is
given everything equal billing.” definitely not tranquilizing, and
the facts are carefully selected to inferior or detrimental, as though
Critics: a former U.S. Secretary Critics: Edwin Diamond, senior having lost the will or the vision to
Rachel Carson: “How could tell only one side of the story.”
of Agriculture; “Why is a spinster intelligent beings seek to control editor of Newsweek: “Thanks to Does this sound familiar? Westcott demand that which is good?”
with no children so concerned a few unwanted species by a a woman named Rachel Carson went on, “without pesticides the What is your opinion?
about genetics?” method that contaminated the a big fuss has been stirred up to American housewife would find
entire environment and brought scare the American public out of its it difficult to feed her family and For next Moorabool Environment
Rachel Carson: “We urgently need the threat of disease and death wits. No matter that Miss Carson’s “unchecked” pests would bring Group meeting:
an end to these false assurances, to even to their own kind? Yet this conclusions were preconceived; no “starvation and death”.” www.mooraboolmeg.org.au
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Planning to
buy private
ensure their offer is in writ-
ing and must be accepted
by a fixed date and time. It’s
also possible to make an of-
fer that is subject to obtain-
ing finance, or the sale of an
existing property.
Offers must be in writing
and in the form of a contract
signed by the buyer. If the
seller accepts the offer and
countersigns the contract be-

Buy Off the Plan and Save on Stamp Duty GIL KING
CEO, REIV
fore the offer expires, there is
a binding contract.
The contract sets out the
The traditional spring terms of the sale, including
6 McLachlan Street, Bacchus Marsh selling season is now well the names of the buyer, seller
underway with greater sup- and the estate agent, the title
Price: $449,000 ply offering house hunters
details, price, deposit, the
Save money on stamp duty by buying off the plan on plenty of opportunities to
balance owing, and the date
your new principle place of residence. get a foothold on the prop-
on which settlement will
erty ladder.
First home buyers SAVE, SAVE, SAVE. No waiting for occur, at which time buyers
As private treaty accounts can move into the property.
titles, Ready to start building. for around 70 to 75 per cent
With residential property,
Extra featuring include: 21sq home with generous of property transactions in
cooling-off rights apply for
sized bedrooms. 2 living areas, study nook, ducted Victoria, knowing how to
a period of three clear busi-
make an offer is particularly
heating and evap cooling. 900mm gas cook top in ness days from the time you
important for those looking
the kitchen with stone bench top and butler’s pantry. to buy.
sign the contract, unless the
Dishwasher, clothesline, mail box and TV antenna. property is being auctioned.
Buyers intending to make
For those thinking of selling
9 ft ceilings and remote DLG with internal access. an offer should keep in mind
that the seller does not have this spring, now is the time
Driveway, footpath and front of house landscape. to begin preparations to en-
to accept it. If the property
hasn’t been on the market for sure your property is look-
long, vendors may choose to ing its best. It’s a competitive
wait and see what other of- market and a well-presented
fers are made or may request home will assist in attracting
different settlement terms. a broad range of buyers.
This often results in a ne- It’s a good idea to choose
gotiation between the two your agent in advance so
parties with the agent acting they can offer advice on
as a go between. When ne- what improvements will add
gotiating, keep in mind the value to your home. Small
agent acts for the seller, not maintenance can make a
the buyer. Prospective buy- huge difference to how buy-
ers who aren’t comfortable ers view the property – as
with the negotiation process well as the price they are
2/137 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh may want to hire a buyer’s prepared to pay for it.
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• Behind the high picket fence is a wonderful cream clinker with cathedral at 11.00am home which are located near the wide decked undercover entertaining area Inspect: Saturday 28th October
ceilings in the lounge, open fire place & French doors that lead to front veranda. • The master suite is located to the rear of the home with ENS and huge WIR.
Inspect: Saturday 28th October 2.00pm–2.30pm
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• Features include ducted heating & split system cooling, Baltic pine floors & an • The huge living space has a wood heater and enough room for a study nook.
Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011 Email: adam@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Low maintenance gardens which give the home plenty of privacy.
extensive wrap around veranda. Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au • Cosy alfresco complete with built in Spa bath ideal for relaxing!
• Set on a large 900m2 corner block, with side access to the 4 car shed.

58 HORDER CR, BACCHUS MARSH 10 LEILA COURT, BACCHUS MARSH 12 BATES RD, BLACKWOOD 2 LEILA COURT, BACCHUS MARSH
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING AUCTION

ROOM FOR EVERYONE! ATTRACTIVE HOME WEEKEND PROJECT IDEAL FOR TRADIES
• Offering 5 bedrooms, master with WIR & full ensuite & • Fantastic 3-bedroom family home that feels inviting as • Opportunity to obtain this uniquely designed but • Ample off-street parking. Quiet court location with easy
BIR to the remaining 4 bedrooms. soon as you walk through the front door. incomplete house in the very popular town of Blackwood. access to Freeway, public transport and sporting facilities.
• Updated kitchen with fully integrated appliances is open • Cosy lounge leads to kitchen & dining, 1 bathroom, big • Make the most of semi-bush setting and wonderful views. • 3 bedrooms with BIRs and ensuite to master
to large dining, and access to outdoor entertaining area. laundry with plenty of space & 2nd separate toilet. • North facing, built to past lock-up stage and has a current • Generous kitchen and living areas
• There is also a separate bar, family bathroom & laundry. • Abundant storage & off street parking, with double planning permit for the buyer to complete the project. • Carport and double garage
• Ducted heating and evaporative cooling throughout. garage, single LUG plus workshop & side vehicle access. • Features 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, central kitchen and • Huge block with excellent vehicle access
• Two large sheds, bungalow, solar panels, water tanks, • Land size 790sqm approx. & established rear garden. living area, town water and power connected and within • Outdoor undercover entertaining area
huge paved pergola & established gardens. • Property is leased until December 2017 at $1,560 per easy walk to the town centre. • So much more. Prior offers considered.
• DLUG roller door access to backyard, 1330m2 (approx.) calendar month. • Situated on a 2112 sqm block (approx.)
Private Sale: $590,000–$620,000 Private Sale: $449,000-$465,000 Private Sale: $249,000 Auction: Saturday 11th November at 1.00pm
Inspect: Saturday 28th October 10.00am–10.30am Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011 Contact: Brendan Rayner 0439 354 059 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Brendan Rayner 0439 354 059
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BUILDING ABOUT TO COMMENCE

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Easy Living in Central Location Private Sale Impressive Home on 2 acres Private Sale
This traditional weatherboard home This impressive property is in a quiet
offers a wonderful blend of period Price Reduced $479,000 rural location, yet only 5 minutes Price $749,000
style and french provincial touches. Inspect Saturday 11.00–11.30am drive to Bacchus Marsh main street Inspect Saturday 12.00–12.30pm
Delivering a practical layout of 3 shops, schools & train station. Easy
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plan living encompasses a functional Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 expansive north facing living areas, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 184 Grey Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 24 Ryan Court, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 4 2 1

Impressive Family Home on 1340m² Great Family Living In Central Location
Beautifully presented family home, 3 generous bedrooms, 2 with double Set on large block approx. 780m2, walking distance to Main Street & easy
BIRs & main with triple BIR, WIR & full Ens. Kitchen has quality access to freeway. 4 generous bedrooms with BIRs, master with Ens &

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appliances, ample cabinetry, walk in pantry & breakfast bar overlooking large family bathroom. Spacious kitchen/dining/living opens out to
living/meals area. Undercover outdoor entertainment area. Heating, covered courtyard. Ducted heating & A/C. Carport has rear access to
cooling, study/2nd lounge, walk in line, 2 car garage with internal access. spacious backyard, room to add a pool or shed if desired (STCA).
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT Saturday 28th October 11.00-11.30am
FOR SALE $539,000 FOR SALE $499,000

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FOR SALE 4/7-9 Fredrick Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 4 Fitzroy Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 3 1 1

Townhouse Living at its Best! Walk To Everything
Quality built 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom townhouse. Lounge, spacious meals This character filled solid family home is well located overlooking Darley
area, kitchen with island bench,SS appliances including dishwasher, Park with shops, schools, kindergarten, doctors and all amenities within
stone bench tops & ample cupboard space. Upstairs master bedroom close proximity. Featuring 3 generous bedrooms, main with walk in robe,
with Ens & WIR, family bathroom with corner spa & bedrooms 2 & 3 with good sized lounge & living areas, central bathroom & laundry.
double BIRs. Ducted heating & Evap cooling, double garage with remote.
INSPECT
FOR SALE
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$370,000-$390,000
UNDER CONTRACT Undercover outdoor area with established gardens, single garage.
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FOR SALE 6b Manor Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 14 Victoria Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 4 2 4

Executive Central Living Luxury Living & Car Lovers Dream
This beautiful double storey home is located within walking distance to everything. Consists Stunning 56 square, 8 yr old, quality Shane Cook Home. Massive 1702
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master B/R is a parents retreat. Kitchen has stone bench tops, WIP and quality appliances. For ENS, spa & parents retreat. 3 additional double bedrooms all with BIRs,
your convenience there is a 2 person lift, double garage with remote doors provides direct 2 bathrooms, 3 toilets, 3 living areas. Hardwood floors, quality carpets,
access. 72m2 shed with rollerdoor access and solar panels providing savings on energy costs. premium fixtures & fittings. Professionally landscaped 10192 block.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $849,000 FOR SALE $849,000
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of the week.
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LEO—July 23-August 22
Thursday - Friday finds you involved in a debate. Try to

Stars & Puzzles
keep it on an intellectual plane. Some of your best ideas
are inspired by youngsters. A recent financial setback is
reversed.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
An alert Virgo can make a real coup. Stepping in at the
right moment, someone drops out of a competition or
declines an offer. Go after unanswered communications
and especially unpaid debts.
QUICK PUZZLE
★★★★★★★★
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
The expression “method in his/her madness” takes on a
special meaning as you observe work habits of an em-
ployer or older relative. A favourite theory could be
smashed - but you can come up with even more innova-
★★★★★★★★ tive solutions.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ARIES—March 21-April 20 You advance three steps toward an important goal, thanks
to your rich abundance of charm. But watch that stubborn
Schedules are rearranged, meaning additional pressure.
streak on Wednesday, Thursday. If not careful, you could
Try delegating more of the workload. If travelling or
move back two paces - at least.
making plans for a trip, be sure your information is up to
the moment.
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 You get a glimpse into some of the next twelve month’s
Be alert to a financial opportunity in the domestic envi- upcoming big events during this “preview” week. Your
ronment. Work tensions ease and an important relation- psychic powers are strong, but logic is nearly non exist-
ship perks up noticeably. Your will power is low this ent - especially during the weekend.
week.
CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 The good and/or bad news is that you are asked to revise
You and the other person in your life may not see eye to and expand on recent efforts. Fun and games and hearty
eye on a key issue and this may be the week to clear the eating, figure into the weekend plans. Children bring good
air. Actually, it can be a most positive time if you just cheer through the week.
face the facts and the music.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
CANCER—June 22-July 22
Late arrivals, surprise bulletins and last minute invita-
NO. 9018 You are easily worked up over issues. Any cause you back tions are part of the week’s plan. Until Thursday, judge-
now, you do so with passion. Domestic disputes can be
ACROSS DOWN ment regarding money matters may be clouded. Small
settled with creative thinking. Romance beckons by the
6. Cheese (11) 1. Group (8) risks should pay off on Friday.
end of the week.
7. Annoy (4) 2. Sediment (6) PISCES—February 20-March 20
8. Tirade (8) 3. Revolve (6) LEO—July 23-August 22
Continue to develop plans despite a recent setback. Your
9. Steady (6) 4. Den (4) Thursday - Friday finds you involved in a debate. Try to ideas are sparkling right now. Clear up a weekend mis-
10. Again (6) 5. Associate (6) keep it on an intellectual plane. Some of your best ideas understanding promptly. Consider launching a new ath-
12. Clergyman (6) 6. Joint (5) are inspired by youngsters. A recent financial setback is letic or fitness programme.
15. Bewilder (6) 11. Grumble (8) reversed.
17. Fish (8) 13. Cad (6) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
19. Cargo (4) 14. Shake (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22
You are gregarious by nature and often impossible to tie
20. Liniment (11) 15. Fowl (6) An alert Virgo can make a real coup. Stepping in at the down. Your most controversial feature is your gift of the
16. Country (5) right moment, someone drops out of a competition or gab. Education and partnerships are accented. If plan-
18. Precious stone (4) declines an offer. Go after unanswered communications ning a return to school or go for higher education - this is
and especially unpaid debts. the time.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS
6. A bit off colour? Hardly! (3,4,4). 7. It’s high pay when The expression “method in his/her madness” takes on a
special meaning as you observe work habits of an em-

SUDOKU
there’s a recession (4). 8. The quick way to produce a ployer or older relative. A favourite theory could be
crop (5,3). 9. The Greek fellow is going on ahead (6). smashed - but you can come up with even more innova-
10. In the disorganised third quarter, vacillate (6). 12. tive solutions.
About the wife, a flighty bird, that Albert has (6). 15. Three
months free (6). 17. Including a storage compartment
they don’t let one have (8). 19. One of the palmy days? NUMBER GAME
SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
You advance three steps toward an important goal, thanks
(4). 20. Go slowly towards, on the perimeter? (4,4,3).
to your rich abundance of charm. But watch that stubborn
streak onANSWER BELOW
Wednesday, Thursday. If not careful, you could
DOWN move back two paces - at least.
1.Under tension, is unnatural (8). 2. Becomes anxious
about one’s grammar ? (6). 3. Through people talking, SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
has become very famous (6). 4. Handed down, which
isn’t right (4). 5. Real trouble about a little lucky charm You get a glimpse into some of the next twelve month’s
(6). 6. Jotted down the word “famous” (5). 11. Reject as upcoming big events during this “preview” week. Your
dim (4,4). 13. Complained about having guards outside psychic powers are strong, but logic is nearly non exist-
ent - especially during the weekend.
(6). 14. Consider to be one of the spectators (4,2). 15.
Say furthermore being in the money will not make for CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
happiness (6). 16. Like the lunatic from Brazil? (5). 18. The good and/or bad news is that you are asked to revise
The boy, embrace with love (4). and expand on recent efforts. Fun and games and hearty
eating, figure into the weekend plans. Children bring good
cheer through the week.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9017
on. 15, S-add-en. 16, Nutty. 18, Hug-O. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
Late arrivals, surprise bulletins and last minute invita-
QUICK SOLUTIONS
lu(cky)-re. 6, Noted. 11, Turn down. 13, Railed. 14, Look
tions are part of the week’s plan. Until Thursday, judge-
Across - 6, Hospitable. 8, Sole. 9, Eton. 10, Overt. 11,
Down - 1, Strained. 2, Tenses. 3, By-word. 4, Left. 5, Al-
ment regarding money matters may be clouded. Small
Yard. 12, Percolate. 16, Happiness. 20, Flit. 22, Radio.
hold. 19, Date. 20, Edge one’s way.
risks should pay off on Friday.
23, Lull. 24, Anti. 25, Trespasser.
A-don-is. 10, Dith-E-r. 12, Brid-Al. 15, Spring. 17, With-
Down - 1, Jostle. 2, Spinach. 3, Stroll. 4, Object. 5, Testy.
Across - 6, Not very well. 7, Etna (rev.). 8, Short cut. 9, PISCES—February 20-March 20
7, Flirt. 13, Asp. 14, English. 15, Plant. 17, Addled. 18,
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS Continue to develop plans despite a recent setback. Your
Prompt. 19, Silver. 21, Trite. ideas are sparkling right now. Clear up a weekend mis-
15, Bantam. 16, Spain. 18, Ruby. understanding promptly. Consider launching a new ath-
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Member. 6, Wrist. 11, Complain. 13, Rotter. 14, Tremor. letic or fitness programme.
Across - 6, Cat burglar. 8, Sole. 9, Feel. 10, Out-do. 11,
Down - 1, Ensemble. 2, Sludge. 3, Gyrate. 4, Lair. 5,
Name (anag.). 12, O-rangeade. 16, For-esh-own. 20,
Load. 20, Embrocation. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
You are gregarious by nature and often impossible to tie
Bash. 22, ‘Eld-’er. 23, Ac-R-e. 24, Stir. 25, One Fine Day.
10, Encore. 12, Priest. 15, Bemuse. 17, Sturgeon. 19,
down. Your most controversial feature is your gift of the
Down - 1, Career. 2, AB-a-lone. 3, Groove (anag.). 4,
Across - 6, Wensleydale. 7, Rile. 8, Diatribe. 9, Stable.
gab. Education and partnerships are accented. If plan-
Slated. 5, Arson. 7, B-lam-e. 13, Air. 14, Sh-ear-ed. 15,
QUICK SOLUTIONS
ning a return to school or go for higher education - this is
Faith. 17, OO-dles. 18, Ear-wig. 19, War-saw. 21, Her-
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9018 the time.
on.
Sport
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Ballan Bowling Club
Results – Round 3
Darley Cricket Club
chased down Dunnstown’s top of the order, the Darley with Brodie Ward the only
Division 8 played at home in cold conditions against Ballarat. first day total of 216 with bats couldn’t find any mo- batsman dismissed, bowled
In a hard fought game Ballan won with three rinks up 113 three wickets to spare. mentum, with Gallagher’s for 8 runs.
to 92. After youngsters Ryan knock the only double- The Lions then held Naps-
Densley (4/26) and Tyler Cox figure outcome as the Lions Sebas/Elaine to 3/75 from
Division 3 travelled to North Ballarat and in a danger game
(3/36) made their mark with were dismissed for 104. their 25 overs, with Ward,
for Ballan they prevailled by 29 shots.
the ball last week, it was an-
other young gun that helped Juniors Ethan Thewma and Logan
Moffat all taking wickets.
bat the Lions to victory. The Darley Lions 16 &
Under team have started Darley’s Under 14 side in
Seniors Joel Cadman’s 90 off 174
balls (10 fours) was the back- their Round 2 match against the Melton Junior Cricket
The Darley First XI have Buninyong in a strong posi- Association wrapped up
bone of Darley’s innings, their opening round match
bowled their way to their tion, holding the upper hand
coming in with the score on
first victory of the 2017/18 at the end of the first day of against St Anthony’s Gold
2/23 and taking the game
season with a 27 run victory their two-day match. last Saturday, going down
away from Dunnstown. As-
over Napoleons-Sebastopol. After an impressive Twen- by 100 runs.
sisted by 48 from Marcus In-
After a narrow loss to last gvorsen and 24 from Hamish ty20 win over Coronet After St Anthony’s Gold
year’s Grand Final oppo- Wheeler, Cadman steered City to start the season last scored 7/179, with Lions
nents Wendouree in the the Lions past Dunnstown’s weekend, the Lions bowled bowlers Jackson Hunt (2/10),
opening round, the Lions sat total before his dismissal in out Buninyong for 100, then Jet Fox (2/15), Josh Di Mieri
on 8/92 after the first day of the 61st over brought an end batted for four overs without (1/19) and Taine Powell
their two-day game, and it to the game. loss to finish on 0/11, with (1/34) taking wickets, the
didn’t take long for the in- just 89 runs required for vic- Lions could manage just 79
Darley’s Third XI weren’t
nings to conclude on day tory next week with all 10 runs with the bat, despite a
as successful, going down by
two, with the Lions bowled wickets in hand. fantastic knock of 26 from
153 runs to Wendouree Red
out for 96. at the Hub. Wickets were shared Oliver Murray.
Opening Darley bowlers Chasing 305 was always amongst the Lions’ bowlers, The Darley Roar started
Ben Longhurst and Dayle going to be a difficult assign- with Miles Seager returning well in the first night of their
Locke both struck early to ment, and despite impres- the miserly figures of 2/10 MJCA Under 12 Friday night
have Naps-Sebas at 2/19. sive knocks by Andrew Kan- off his seven overs and Noah Round 2 fixture against
Matt Cape struck twice to nar (49) and captain Brendan Simmons, Ryan Densley, Melton, with a convincing
Barry Robinson (Ballan) is happy his Division 8 team is have the opposition teeter- Densley (34), the Lions lost Regan King, Ben Taylor and lead to take into next Friday
holding shot against Ballarat. Photos - submitted ing at 5/37, then a run-out wickets at regular intervals, Liam Cornford all taking night.
and Cape’s third wicket saw meaning that the total was wickets.
the score sit on 7/39 with the Melton could only man-
going to be a bridge too far, Hayden Nash and Jaylan
Lions in control. age 5/69 off their 20 overs
eventually dismissed for Altay then survived the four
batting first, with Patrick
A rearguard action by Dan- 152. overs at the crease at the end
Jarvinen taking two early
iel Scott and Jonah Healey Darley’s Fourth XI slumped of the day, with both resum-
gave Naps-Sebas a sniff as wickets to finish with 2/6 off
to their second loss for the ing their innings on 4 runs
they moved the score to next week. his two overs and Axel Mor-
season in the BCA’s One
61 before Healey became ton, Aarav Goel and Max
Day C Grade, going down to The Lions’ 14 & Under side
Cape’s fourth victim, with Hoey all taking wickets.
North Ballarat by 79 runs. are also in a strong position
the innings all over eight at the end of the first day of Given their turn to bat, the
After Tahleah Ticehurst
runs later to give Darley a their Round 2 clash with Na- Lions finished their 20 overs
broke a 103 run opening
much-needed six points. stand by the experienced poleons-Sebastopol/Elaine with an impressive 0/117
Cape cleaned up the last North Ballarat openers, the thanks to a strong batting with three batsmen, Max
two wickets to finish with Lions bowlers were able to performance. Hoey (33), Angus Jones (32)
the incredible figures of 6/16 take regular wickets to re- After winning the toss and and Ryder O’Brien (8) all re-
off 14.2 overs, with Long- strict North Ballarat to 7/183 batting, the Lions in their al- tired not out, with Mitchell
hurst, Locke and Ali all tak- from their allotted 40 overs, lotted 25 overs, finished the Wells (8 not out) and Harvey
ing a wicket each. with Ticehurst (3/24 off 5 first portion of their innings Hoey (0 not out) resuming
Darley’s Second XI contin- overs) and Kayla Stuchbree on 1/107 after solid perfor- their innings next week af-
ued their strong start to the (3/26 off 5 overs) the pick of mances from Rockey Hoey ter the Lions bowlers look to
Division 8 team member Alan Gathercole with his last bowl season, remaining undefeat- the bowlers, but aside from (39 not out) and captain finish off the Melton lower
to make it an 8. ed after two games as they 47 from Tim Gallagher at the Aaron Cadman (41 not out), order.

Coach Keith Buckley
with some of the
Darley U10 girls (L-R)
Maddie Scott, Aleya
Vella, Jessica Hodge,
Destiny Stewart, Holly
Quaife and Mackenzie
Elmer.
Claire Sutherland presenting Roger Suter from Bacchus
Marsh Golf Club with the Moorabool Cup.

Ballan Golf Club
Results - Week ending Saturday 21 October
Wednesday Stableford
Winner John Costello (25) 39 points, R/up Les Martin (19) 33
points on c/b from Kev Lockman (16).
NTP - 15th Kev Lockman. Magpie - 14th Barry Lenaghan.

Maiden girls team
Saturday Stableford
(Final Moorabool Cup at Bacchus Marsh West Golf Club)
Winners on the day for Ballan: Shaun O’Dea (21) 42 points,
2nd - David Blythe (24) 38 points, 3rd - Anthony Moore (6) 37
points. Darley Cricket Club have put some runs on the board with an inaugural girl’s cricket team.
Overall Ballan Golf Club winner: David Blythe. The Under 10 girls team are playing in a mixed competition in the MJCA and last Saturday came away with a five run win
Results of Moorabool Cup against Eynesbury, and according to their coach Keith Buckley they are “looking forward to game 2 next week.”
Winner Bacchus Marsh Golf Club, 2nd Bacchus Marsh West The Darley girls finished up on 5/84 ahead of Eynesbury 6/79.
Golf Club, 3rd Ballan Golf Club. Captain Maddie Scott took 2/5 off 4 overs.
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Ballan Cricket Club
Ballan 1st X1
Ballan 165 lost Buninyong 7/206
Batting - D Gardiner 67, D Graham 40 and B Loughnane 16
Bowling - T Landt 7-2-1/19, R Ranieri 10-1-1/26, M Snaith 14-
1-1/58, D Graham 7-1-1/22, D Gardiner 12-4-1/26, N Heafield
9-3-1/12, J Mc Egan 2-0-1/7.
Ballan 2nd X1
Ballan 4/118 def Coronet114
Batting - J Fawcus 49 not out, T Trickey 39
Bowling - R Lindsay 7-3-3/21, M Vallance 5-4-3/2, J Costello
8-3-2/20, R Taylor 8-3-1/22. Ulfur Heafield.
Photos submitted
Under 16
Ballan 6/126 v Wendouree White
Batting - J McGregor 49, J Crowe 30, R Ranieri 19, S Dehnert
Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics
Although conditions were overcast and blustery at Little
16 no, A McCarthy 1 no.
Daniel Pascoe bowled 2 overs for no runs after making 51 Athletics last Saturday morning the athletes produced some
Ballan won the toss and batted first on a very slow ground, outstanding results.  Two new Centre records were set with
Jack McGregor and Jack Crowe put on a solid opening stand retired earlier in the game.
Nelson Banigo (Eagles) bettering his own Under 9 200m
of 74. They were well supported by Riely Ranieri 19 and Sam record, running a blistering 30.96 secs into a head wind.  Ulfur
Dehnert. Ballan will bowl next week. Heafield (Blues) broke the Under 13 200m Hurdles record, in
a new time of 35.22 secs.  Ryder Clarke (Eagles) and Murphy
Under 14
Harrington (Boomerangs) both achieved five Personal Best
Ballan 1/85 v VRI Delacombe 5/55 results.
Batting - D Pascoe 51 retired, M Golding 6 retired, T Parente The following Bacchus Marsh coaches have been
4 no, J Jarvis 4 no announced for this year’s Relay Championships.
Bowling - N Neumann 3-0-2/7, T Cox 3-1-1/7, J Horan 3-1-1/4, Under 9 Boys - Jorge Ide,
T Parente 2-0-1-1/4 Under 9 Girls - Vicki Cooke
Ballan won the toss and batted first, with an excellent batting Under 10 Boys - Karen Lloyd, Asst. Kate Conroy
performance by Daniel Pascoe making 51 before being Under 10 Girls - Chantelle Estlickee
retired, Daniel was well supported by Matthew Golding, Under 11 Girls & Boys - Karen Lloyd
Tom Parente and Jack Jarvis, all not out. All bowlers bowled Under 12 Girls & Boys - Jorge Ide, Asst. Marc Smith
well, Noah Neumann was the pick of the bowlers with two Under 13 Boys - Megan Morgan
wickets, other wicket takers were Tom Cox, Johnathan Horan Under 15 Girls - Phil Way
and Tom Parente. The game continues next week. Teams will now commence training in preparation for the
Under 13: Bye. Region Relay Championships to be held on Saturday 25
November at Landy Field, Geelong.
Under 12: Bye.
Ben Conroy bowling for the U14 2nd XI.

Dylan Graham gets 1/22 (Day 2) after 40 n.o. in a partnership
of 48, with his cousin Ben Loughnane, in the first innings. Riley Ranieri launches into a delivery finishing with 1/26 for Nelson Banigo.
Photos – Chris Thom the Ballan firsts.

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