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Tuesday 5 December, 2017 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Vol 11 No 47

All they want for
Christmas is … ..

A new home
Charlee is a tan 2-year old female Bull terrier x looking for a new home and Lil was adopted at the weekend (Photos MSC).

It is a double whammy when you choose a pet from A spokesperson for the pound said all cats and dogs “By adopting a pound pet you are giving that pet a
the Moorabool pound. adopted through the Moorabool Shire Council animal second chance and will be rewarded with unconditional
One, you are giving a rewarding present for Christmas pound are ready to go. love.”
and two, giving a doggie or moggie a second chance of A Christmas photo shoot was conducted last week at
“They have all been vet checked, desexed, vaccinated,
a caring and loving home. the pound to show off the available animals.
microchipped and treated for worms and fleas.
A pet should be for life, but sadly many end up on the Want to adopt a pet from the pound? Simply call
streets and at the pound. “Animals adopted to Moorabool residents also come Moorabool Shire Council on 5366 7100 or follow
The good news is – they have the opportunity to find with complimentary pet registration up until 10 April, them on facebook - www.facebook.com/moorabool.
a new home. 2018,” the spokesperson said. petadoption.

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Moorabool
commuters ignored
By Kate Taylor on Wallace, Warrenheip, or ride options at Warrenheip
anywhere else on the line. or Wallace,” Cr Tatchell said.
Whether plans for the Bal- “Pollies are running around “At the moment, a submis-
larat line are on-track or off- making a lot of noise, but not sion is being made to the
the-rails, they have certainly saying much, and the Com- 2018/19 State Budget for a
had people talking. mittee for Ballarat is saying detailed business case on
Federal Labor Minister plenty without knowing electrification to Melton.
Anthony Albanese met much”. This business case will not
with Committee for Ballarat The perception is if the only look at the possibility
members in early November Bacchus Marsh line from of electrification to Bacchus
to discuss plans to make the Southern Cross was electri- Marsh/Rowsley but implica-
journey between Ballarat fied, it would put Bacchus tions for the whole line, and NABBED – Police capture the 20-year old male in a
and Melbourne a 59-minute Marsh on the metro network the measures needed to cope driveway off the Ballan/Daylesford road in Ballan.
Cr Tatchell
one, while last week the state – which would not benefit with growth issues in these

Manhunt
Photo – Helen Tatchell
government’s announce- up where former Mayor from the V/Line dedicated areas.
ment of a rail link between David Edwards left off in tracks, and would addition- “We don’t want to get caught
Southern Cross station and terms of combating Cr. McI- ally increase trip times as up in the 59-minute train

captures youth
Tullamarine airport saw ntosh’s support for Ballarat’s it would then pick up all of talk at the moment. What
confirmation of dedicated 59-minute rail journey. the stations dodged by the we need is a commitment
V/Line tracks through the Cr Tatchell responded to direct Ballarat service. from the State Government
Western suburbs. a City of Ballarat media re- Cr Tatchell and CEO Rob for this business case so the
Ballarat Mayor Samantha lease, in which Cr. McIntosh Croxford are working with future of the line can be de- By Jessica Howard
McIntosh said the link will referred to Ballarat as the the Ballarat Rail Action veloped appropriately and
be of massive benefit to Bal- ‘gateway to Western Victo- Committee to push for a with the best outcomes for A 20-year-old man who leaped over a fence before leading
larat commuters. ria,’ and said that her council business case to be funded to our growing communities.” police on a wild foot chase will spend the next five-months
“Once completed, the link would lobby for state gov- support additional upgrade Cr Tatchell said the notion in jail.
will also substantially speed ernment funding to build a measures along the line, to of a train line that would by- Joshua Fuller was wanted on a number of warrants when he
up regional train journey park-and-ride station specifi- ensure that Moorabool is not pass or disadvantage either fled from police in Ballan on Monday November 20.
times by having dedicated cally in Warrenheip. disadvantaged by any of the Ballan or Bacchus Marsh is The repeat offender flipped backwards over a fence before
V/Line tracks through Mel- “If McIntosh is calling Bal- upgrades. not a reality. running through a bunch of trees. He was arrested on
bourne’s congested western larat the ‘gateway to the “We would be looking at “No Minister, sound mind Geelong-Ballan Road just after midday.
suburbs,” Mayor McIntosh west’ - must be a bloody long things such as the electrifi- or otherwise, is going to ig- Appearing in the Ballarat Magistrate’s Court, Fuller was
said. driveway, they are not even cation to Melton and poten- nore the fact that more peo- charged with a number of traffic and handling stolen goods
But the battle of the May- in the Peri Urban,” Cr Tatch- tially Bacchus Marsh; quad- ple get on the train at Bac- related offences.
ors continues as Moorabool ell said. ruple tracks for V/Line and chus Marsh and Ballan than He was sentenced to five months in a Youth Justice Centre,
Mayor Paul Tatchell picks “There has been no decision metro trains, and park and they do in Ballarat.” where he spent time earlier this year.

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Keeping up
Wool theft appearances
arrest
Police have arrested a man
By Kate Taylor

Residents were invited to
provide feedback to council
on a new street tree strategy;
The strategy outlines how
to utilise street trees and to
assist in improving the ex-
isting amenity and identity
of Bacchus Marsh, Ballan
tion the tree as required at
Council’s cost,” Mr Croxford
explained.
“Should a resident need to
remove a tree for a proposed
the jury is still out on the and small towns now and to driveway crossover, they
following an investigation
collation with submissions 2041. currently need to obtain
into a series of alleged wool
closing in mid-November. It will also provide a frame- Council permission. Under
thefts in Melbourne earlier
Council maintains more work for the implementa- the new Draft Street Tree
this year.
than 16,000 street trees with- tion of future urban design Strategy, this permission
A 47-year-old man from
in its urban areas and settle- programs, and maintenance would also be accompanied
Bacchus Marsh was arrested ments – but there’s room to - including replacement - of with a fee covering the cost
in Spotswood on Tuesday grow, with currently more existing plantings, and the of replacement and estab-
(28 November) morning and than 3,000 vacant spaces establishment of new plant- lishment of a new tree to
was taken to a nearby police within the street network ings within existing urban cover the loss of what is a
station for interview. where street trees can be areas and new subdivisions. Council asset.”
He has been released and planted. The strategy also includes The fee is set to apply more
is expected to be charged Council turned to the com- ‘cost recovery’ for the re- broadly to developers and
on summons for theft and munity for feedback on its moval of council owned government agencies and in-
deception-related offences. plan to put more of the right street trees – but as CEO Rob cludes not only the replace-
A search warrant was ex- trees in the right areas across Croxford explains, it’s not a ment cost of the tree, but
ecuted in Laverton North the shire, with councillors fee that is expected to widely also ongoing maintenance
where wool samples and voting at the October council impact residents. including watering for six
documents were seized. meeting to put the strategy The fee, starting at $430 for months.
Detective Inspector Jamie
Photo - Victoria Police out for public comment. the removal of a tree below “This fee also would apply
Templeton said police are livelihoods,” D/Insp Tem- which is a collection of mem- The draft Street Tree Strat- five metres high, is charged to other government agen-
committed to reducing in- pleton said. bers across the state who egy 2017-2031 branches off to ensure the community are cies doing works in the road
cidents of livestock, farm “Police take these reports have expert skills in investi- from the feedback provided compensated for the loss of reserve (such as trenching
very seriously and we want gating these types of crimes. by the community through the trees and allows Coun- for new pipes) so that again
and produce theft affecting
to reassure the farming com- council’s previous consulta- cil to replant new trees as Council can replace their
Victoria. “We will keep the commu-
tion on the Bacchus Marsh required. tree assets without incurring
“We know that these kinds munity that all incidents are nity updated on these issues
Urban Growth Framework, “Residents should not re- a loss.
of incidents can have serious being investigated to the full and the continued efforts of
Ballan Strategic Directions, move Council assets from “This fee does not include
ramifications for the farming extent. police to combat criminal
Small Towns Strategy and the street. Should a tree trees on private property,
community with impacts on “We have an Agricultural activity in the farming and
the Health and Wellbeing be diseased or damaged only Council-owned trees
productivity, income and Liaison Officer program agricultural industry.” Plan. Council will assess and ac- on Council or public land.”

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Singing pictures Health
By Jessica Howard

A moving song written by 12-year-old Tiana Borg has wowed
improvements
priority
judges at the Australian Children’s Music Foundation.
The Bacchus Marsh Grammar student won second place in
the ACMF national song writing competition, which saw
her compete against 1,200 students from all corners of the
By Kate Taylor
country.
Tiana’s song, titled ‘Pictures’, was written about her late A new preventative health lab is set to benefit Moorabool
cousin, Josie.
residents.
“Josie passed away and unfortunately I was never able to
The state government announced a grant of $150,000
meet her, but she sounds like a beautiful girl and was a big
towards the project, following consultation with the Central
part of the family, which is why I chose to write a song about
her,” Tiana said. Highlands Regional Partnership.
“I was shocked [to place second], I really couldn’t believe it”. The funding will go towards a business case to support the
Tiana spent four-weeks working on the song. She wrote and development of a ‘Prevention Lab’ – ‘a new co-designed and
sung the lyrics herself and composed the piece with the help place-based Central Highlands prevention platform.’
of her singing teacher. It will see health professionals and public health advocates
“We came up with the nice soft ballad together and I think it come together with community members under one roof.
works really well with the lyrics of the song,” she said. Through its engagement with the community, the
“I started singing when I was about five-years-old. I have Partnership identified health as a priority theme, and in
lessons with my sister at a singing school and also through particular, the need to improve long term health outcomes
my school”. for people in the Central Highlands.
‘Pictures’ is the first song Tiana has written, but not the last.
The Partnership worked with Government and local health
“I’m writing two more songs at the moment,” she said.
agencies to set a long term goal of increasing the number of
“I find song writing easy when you know what you’re
people in the community meeting the healthy eating and
writing about. It was sad and sometimes hard writing about
physical activity guidelines by 5 per cent.
Josie but it had a lot of meaning so I got through it”.
Moorabool Shire Council CEO Rob Croxford is a member
Tiana said she hoped to one day be heard on one of the big
radio stations or on stage at a concert. of the health working group that is now developing the finer
Tiana Borg has been rewarded for her song writing ability. details of the Prevention Lab.
“I love singing, I never want to stop”. Photo – Jessica Howard
ACMF’s annual National Songwriting Competition is a “The funding is of great assistance to kick off the Prevention
nationwide initiative designed to encourage creativity and Australia in Sydney, with entries judged by music industry Lab. An improvement of 5 per cent of those people engaging
self-expression through songwriting. experts and past winners. in exercise and healthy eating habits will start to change
CEO and Founder, Don Spencer congratulated Tiana on “Congratulations to all the winners in the different age the health profiles of the communities across the region
placing second in the grade five to six category. groups in this years’ song competition, and particular and ultimately see a reduction in disease indicators and
“I was thrilled by the quality of this year’s entries, and the congratulations to student Tiana”. a decrease in people presenting to our health services and
judging of the competition was held at Universal Music To hear Tiana’s winning entry, go to www.acmf.com.au. professionals with preventable illness”, Mr Croxford said.
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Get your ‘game on’
By Jessica Howard

It’s game on for local children and families as
Moorabool Shire Library Services prepare for
the annual Summer Reading Club.
The national program encourages pre-school,
primary and secondary-aged children to
continue to read throughout the summer
holidays.
Now in its sixth year, the national program
will this year celebrate the theme ‘GAME ON!”
ahead of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Participants are encouraged to celebrate
Australian sporting culture and team-
mateship, while also exploring connections
and conventions associated through games and

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Registrations for the Summer Reading Club
will open on Friday December 1.
Each child who reads ten books, or reads for ten
hours, will go into the draw to win a number of Local emergency services attended a fire in Llandeilo Lane
fantastic prizes, including a family pass to the in Ballan on Monday November 27. Residents reported a
Ballarat Wildlife Park; a Collins Booksellers Gift loud explosion and a large smoke plume. On attendance
Card or a membership to Museums Victoria by CFA and police, a corrugated iron shed located in a pine
and Victoria Zoo.
plantation was found on fire. Enquiries into the cause of the
Children will also receive a lucky dip prize fire continue.
for every five visits to either the Lerderderg or
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The Summer Reading Club is free to register A driver was lucky to escape injury after his car left Yankee
and will run until Friday January 19, with an Flat Road and became airborne last month. The vehicle
end of program party to celebrate the children’s struck a roadside drain and avoided a number of trees in
achievements. Navigators. The incident, which occurred on November 28,
Upon registering, participants will receive was the second collision in as many days where fatigue was
a free reading pack that includes stickers, believed to be a contributing factor.
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on 5366 7100 or visit www.moorabool.vic.gov. Kearnes reminded drivers to use the air conditioning, drink
(L-R) – Ballan brothers Sam (3-years old) and Hamish Stewart (5-years old) have

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Newborns in the district Council Clip
Babies born recently at Bacchus Marsh and
Melton Regional Hospital. By Kate Taylor

The Ballan Structure Plan is out, Ballan Strategic Directions
(BSD) is in.
Councillors voted at the November council meeting to
officially receive the feedback from mid-year consultations
on the new strategy to govern residential, commercial, and
industrial growth within the town up to 2041.
The BSD includes an updated suite of residential zones, pre-
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Mussels  Española  served  with  crusty  bread                                  read                  a$report
12         tabled at the meeting.
Suggested wine: 2011 Pinot Noir
(Mussels  steamed  with  garlic,  tomatoes,  basil  &  white  wine)“The           BSD, which seeks to consolidate the existing town
   
structure of Ballan and retain the character of the township,
Naomi and Alex Najdoski from Melton have welcomed their Dales Creektcouple,
Spanish   Chloechicken  
wice  baked   Finlayson and Rhys
wings       provides significantly improved strategic justification, clarity
Spanish  chicken  salad                                                                  
first child, a little boy. The yet to be named baby arrived on Hutchinson have announced the arrival of their first baby, a and    direction
Grilled  tender  pieces  of  chicken  marinated  
Served  with  crusty  bread                        $10     compared to the Ballan Structure Plan.”
Monday 27 November at 5.41pm and weighed 3220 little girl. Weighing 8lb 15oz (3780 grams), Violet Grace Traditional  Spanish  herbs  &  spices  served  
  The planning scheme amendment will now be prepared.
grams. Hutchinson was born on Friday 24 November at 11.39pm. of  lettuce,  rocket,  tomatoes,  spanish  onions
Bocadillos  de  Chorizo    (Spanish  chorizo  sliders)                                        $12    &  mango                            

Café Chat
2  small  bread  buns  with  grilled  chorizo,  topped   Suggested wine: 2008 Marsanne
with  caramelised  onions,  roasted  peppers,  rocket  
 
 &  homemade  mayonnaise  
Anakie  Wagyu  Burger  topped  with  a  tom
Suggested wine: “Anarchist” Red Blend $8/gl $30/bot
 &  roast  pepper  relish,  cheese  &  crispy  l
 
served  with  chips  
Spring  grape  pickers  Tapas  Platter                                                                                        $20  
Suggested wine: 2009 Cabernet
Selection  of  Spanish  
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2006 Cabernet (Connawarra)
Manchego  cheese                                                                                  
4880mm X1100mm 4880mm X1100mm  
(gluten  free  option   available)  
Grilled  Western  Plains  Pork  Cutlet                    
Mel & Joe’s Suggested wine: 2011 Rose
 
$8/gl
Mel & Joe’s $30/bot
Friday
With  apple,  coriander  &  Anakie  honey  salsa
rocket  &  roast  pumpkin  salad  and  spanish  
Place Place
Winemakers  Cheese  Platter  –                                                                                                        $22 nig
Suggested wine: 2011 Shiraz
ht dinner
9760mm X1100mm Selection  of  Meredith   cheese,  Gippsland  Brie,  
9760mm X1100mm
6-9.30 pm
Dine In / Take Away Spanish  Manchego,  Rolada  &  Quince  paste                                    
 Dine In / Take Away  Premium Wine | Tapas | Paella
•Coffee •Hot Food •Catering
•Coffee •Hot Food •Catering
*  Gluten   free  bread  available     Marvellous views | Live Music
Breakfast Focaccia and Regular Coffee $10
Mel and Joe’s Place has been operating Weekend
Chicken Parma and Chips and 600ml drink $12.50
since April 2017. A family owned lunch
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OPEN Mon–Fri 6.00am–4.00pm Sat 7.30am–2.00pm business with over 25 years experience CAFE | CELLAR DOOR
35b Griffith Street, Maddingley in the hospitality industry.
Phone Orders: 4302 9709 2290 Ballan Road, Anakie (next to Fairy Park)
Trading is from 6am–4pm Monday to P: 5284 1227 M: 0418 543 844 www.delrios.com.au

Friday and 7.30am–2pm Saturdays.
• Breakfast
Closed - Sundays.
• Lunch
Monday to Friday they have special daily • Dinner
meals. Come in and try some of Mel and
$5 Dollar Meal Deals Up to Christmas All-DaNew on Menu:
y Break Pancakes, Milkshakes
fast & Frappe.
All-Da y Lunch
Eat in or Take Away Joe’s favourite daily specials: Special: Lunchtime Burger Deal 12–3pm $9.95 burgers
smashed avo Eggs, Tomato & Toast 1540kJ
&
Mon: Egg & Bacon Sandwich + Small Juice $5
Two eggs cooked your way, served
with grilled tomato and toasted ciabatta. Smashed avocado and crumbled feta

Monday: on toasted ciabatta, served with rocket sandwich
Tues: Home made Rissole Sandwich + Small Water $5 Bacon, Eggs, Tomato & Toast includes Hamburger or Schnitzel with the Lot
Bacon and two eggs cooked your way,
2719kJ and blistered cherry tomatoes.
Crispy Chicken Burg
Wed: Chicken Schnitzel Sandwich + Small Water $5 Original 1316kJ A panko crumbed chicken

Fried Rice or Chicken Parma & Chips
served with grilled tomato and toasted ciabatta.

Small Chips and can of soft drink.
cheese, grain mustard ma
With Poached Egg
Thurs: Ham & Cheese Sandwich + Small Water $5
1564kJ mayonnaise, served on a b
Cheesy Scrambled Eggs 2657kJ
Scrambled eggs mixed with cheese, fresh herbs With Bacon 2691kJ Grilled Chicken Opti
Fri: Sausage cheese and onion roll $5
Tuesday: We also have a Gluten Free Menu.
and feta, and served with grilled tomato, spinach With Smoked Salmon
and toasted ciabatta.
1750kJ Beef & Bacon Burger
CLOSING FOR CHRISTMAS: 22nd Dec and Re-open 8th Jan With Bacon, Poached
Egg & Hollandaise
2824kJ A lean beef pattie with bac

Open: Mon, Tues, Wed 7.30am–6pm
Breakfast Burger 3841kJ cheese, grain mustard may

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year From All at The Greedy Grub Lasagne & Scalloped potatoes A bacon and cheesy egg burger with rocket
Eggs Benedict
and tomato relish, served on a burger bun.
Chicken, Pumpkin
& Pesto Flat Grill
2437kJ barbecue sauce, served on

Monday–Friday 4am–3pm Thur, Fri 7.30am–8pm, Sat 8am–6pm Two poached eggs served on toasted ciabatta with Pesto marinated chicken, roast pumpkin, feta,
Granola Bowl
Wednesday:
2088kJ hollandaise sauce, paprika and your choice of: cherry tomatoes and cheese, toasted in a soft
A mix of toasted muesli clusters, dried cranberries tortilla and served with a fresh garden salad.
Leg Ham
2 Albert St Darley Ph: 5367 2888
and apples, minted honey yoghurt and mixed berries. 3884kJ
1 Sheldon Av, Darley (Opp Darley Primary) Mushrooms & Spinach 3985kJ
Chicken & Bacon 2396kJ

Tortellini Carbonara
Classic Pancakes Smashed Avo
All-Day Breakfast
3139kJ
All-Day Lunch Three pancakes served with mixed berries, Bacon 4751kJ Smashed avocado and crumbled feta on
maple flavoured syrup, ice cream and cream. toasted ciabatta, served with grilled chicken,
Smoked Salmon & Spinach 3927kJ bacon, rocket and blistered cherry tomatoes.
Eggs, Tomato & Toast
Thursday:
1540kJ smashed avo Salted Caramel 2765kJ
Two eggs cooked your way, served & Banana Pancakes burgers &

Caf×
BUY ONE MEAL GET
Beer Battered Fish & Chips 2840kJ
with grilled tomato and toasted ciabatta. Smashed avocado and crumbled feta
on toasted ciabatta, served with rocket sandwiches SERVED WITH CHIPS
Three pancakes served with cinnamon ricotta, Flathead fillets in a light, crunchy beer batter,
served with chips, a fresh garden salad

From
roasted banana, salted caramel sauce and
Bacon, Eggs, Tomato & Toast 2719kJ Butter Chicken
and blistered cherry tomatoes. toasted macadamia nuts.
Crispy Chicken Burger 4435kJ
and tartare sauce. BLT

ONE HALF PRICE !
Bacon and two eggs cooked your way,

Bacon, cos lettuce, tomato
Original 1316kJ French Toast A panko crumbed chicken breast with lettuce, tomato,
3469kJ Lemon Pepper Calamari 3644kJ

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served with grilled tomato and toasted ciabatta. relish, served on toasted cia

Friday:1564kJ
cheese,
with grain mustard mayonnaise and sriracha Panko crumbed calamari dusted with lemon pepper
All-Day Lunch
Thick cut french toast served
With Poached Egg maple flavoured syrup andmayonnaise,
ice cream. served on a burger bun with chips. and served with chips, a fresh garden salad Chicken & Bacon
All-Day Breakfast
Cheesy Scrambled Eggs 2657kJ

Coffee & Cake $5
and tartare sauce.
With Bacon 2691kJ Grilled Chicken Option With Bacon 4059kJ burgers & Club Sandwich
Scrambled eggs mixed with cheese, fresh herbs 3936kJ Grilled chicken breast, baco
smashed avo
and feta, and served with grilled tomato, spinach
Lasagne or
With Smoked Salmon
Parma and Chips Eggs, Tomato & Toast 1540kJ sandwiches SERVED WITHtomato,
CHIPS
1750kJ Beef & Bacon Burger Grilled Haloumi 2233kJ
spanish onion, chee
and toasted ciabatta. 3919kJ Two eggs cooked your way, served
Bruschetta Smashed avocado and crumbled feta dressing, served on thick cu
4435kJ
With Bacon, Poached omelett with grilled tomato and toasted ciabatta. served with rocket Crispy Chicken Burger
es

Sushi Rolls $2.50
2824kJ onAtoasted
lean beef
ciabatta,
pattie
with bacon, lettuce, tomato, tomato,
Grilled haloumi and a poached egg on a mixtomatoes.
cherry A panko crumbed chicken breast with lettuce,Steak
Breakfast Burger Egg & Hollandaise and blistered Sandwich
Saturday:
cheese, grain mustard mayonnaise
70 3841kJ 2719kJ Chooseand
onespicy
of our fresh omelettes or cheese, grain mustard mayonnaise and sriracha
Eggs, Tomato & Toastof fresh tomato, onion and basil, and served
A bacon and cheesy egg burger with rocket Chicken,Bacon,
Pumpkin
Bacon and two eggs cooked youron 2437kJ
toasted
way, barbecue
pesto. sauce, served on a burger
ciabatta withOriginal
basil
1316kJ to suit
create your
bunown
with chips.your tastes. mayonnaise, served on a burger bun with
Grilled lean steak with grilled
chips.
and tomato relish, served on a burger bun. Eggs Benedict & Pesto served
Flat with
Grillgrilled tomato and toasted ciabatta. With Poached Egg 1564kJ &
Ham, Cheese Tomato fresh
3509kJ Salads Grilled Chicken Option
cheese, mustard mayonnais
3936kJ
served on toasted ciabatta w
Pesto marinated chicken, roast pumpkin, Corn & Zucchini Fritters 1346kJ
And
2088kJ a Saturday favourite ALL DAY
Two poached eggs served on toasted ciabatta with feta, 2657kJ With Bacon A cheese2691kJ
omelette with leg ham and roasted
3919kJ
Granola Bowl Cheesyand
cherry tomatoes Scramble d Eggs
cheese, toastedwith Bacon
in abaked
softherbs tomato, served with toasted ciabatta. Caesar Salad Beef & Bacon2124kJBurger
hollandaise sauce, paprika and your choice of: Scrambled eggs mixed with cheese, Twofresh 1750kJ pattie with bacon, lettuce, tomato,

Hot Chinese
A mix of toasted muesli clusters, dried cranberries tortilla and served corn and zucchini
Withfritters
Smoked Salmon
topped Cos lettuce, crisp bacon, parmesanAcheese
lean beefand
and feta, with a fresh
withgarden salad. Mushroom, Ricotta
grilled tomato, spinach mustard mayonnaise and spicy
and served with bacon, avocado, bruschetta mix and 3081kJ cheese, grain
and apples, minted honey yoghurt and mixed berries. Leg Ham 3884kJ tomato relish, served withWith Bacon, Poached 2824kJ
& Spinach a poached egg, served with caesar dressing
sauce, served on a burger bun with chips.
breakfast and
& SpinachRegular
3985kJ Coffee only
fres
and toasted ciabatta.
Chicken & Bacon
dressed rocket.
Egg & Hollandaise and anchovies.
Chicken, Pumpkin 2437kJ barbecue
2396kJ
MUST REDEEM ChickenVOUCHER: Not to be used
A cheese omelette with roasted
Mushrooms
Take Away Available
3841kJ
Classic Pancakes 3139kJ Avo Burger
SmashedBreakfast Salmon & Avocado Stack 1883kJ dict
mushrooms, ricotta cheese, Pesto
& red onion Grill
FlatWith Chicken Parmigiana 2884kJ 3351kJ
Caesar S
Three pancakes served with mixed berries, Bacon 4751kJ Smashed avocado
A bacon and cheesy egg burger with rocket
Smoked Eggs Bene
on bun.salmon served with two baked cornserved
and spinach, served with toasted
Pesto marinated
ciabatta.
in conjunction with VIP, on public holidays
chicken, roast pumpkin, feta, Cos lettuc

$15.00!
andrelish,
crumbled
served onfeta
a burger and
cherry tomatoes and cheese, toasted in
Aa panko
soft crumbed chicken breast topped
and tomato on toasted ciabatta with a poached
zucchini fritters topped with eggs
poacheddill
Twoavocado, Greek a Salad with a mild salsa, crisp bacon1256kJ
Chorizo, Tomato & Basil
or with any other offers. Half price applies
maple flavoured syrup, ice cream and cream. toasted ciabatta, served with grilled chicken, and 3981kJ
fresh garden salad. and melted
Smoked Salmon & Spinach paprika and your choice of: tortilla and served with and ancho
3927kJ bacon, rocketGranola Bowl cherry tomatoes.
and blistered
onion ricotta,2088kJ
a poached egg and babysauce,
hollandaise spinach. A cheese omelette with chorizo, roastedCucumber,
tomato tomato, cheese,
kalamata andolives,
served with coleslaw and chips.
Salted Caramel 2765kJ A mix of toasted muesli clusters, dried cranberries
Big Breakfast
and apples, minted honey yoghurt and mixed
berries.
Leg Ham
4916kJ
and basil,3884kJ
served with toasted
Chicken to cheaper item. Add on items are extra.
Bacon onion, feta and mixed
ciabatta.& spanish
Club
2396kJ
lettuce,
Nachos 5158kJ
With C

35b Griffith Street, Maddingley
3985kJ Avo Greek S
& Banana Pancakes Beer Battered Fish & Chips Bacon, two 2840kJ Mushroo ms & Spinach
sides One offer per person. Only valid at the
Smashed served with a lemon and oregano dressing.

FOODWORKS BACCHUS MARSH
eggs cooked your way, grilled tomato, and crumbled feta Corn
on chips layered with melted cheese,
Fresh Victorian Rainbow Tr
3139kJ Smashed avocado Cucumb
Three pancakes served with cinnamon ricotta, Flathead fillets in a light, crunchy beermushrooms,
batter, pork and sageBacon 4751kJ
Bacchus Marsh store. V86, Expires 22/12/17
Classic Pancakes chipolatas, baked beans
Asian with grilled chicken,
servedCalamari mild tomato salsa, sour cream and guacamole.
roasted banana, salted caramel sauce and served with chips, a fresh garden
Three pancakes with
served salad and
mixed berries,
a hash brown, served with toasted ciabatta.
Egg toasted
(1) ciabatta, 272kJ
cherry
Salad
tomatoes. 1988kJ spanish o
3927kJ Grilled bacon, rocket and blistered served w
Smoked Salmon & Spinach Tomato Panko crumbed55kJ Withdusted
Chilli Beef
Phone Orders: 4302 9709
maple flavoured syrup, ice cream and cream. calamari in lemon pepper and 6258kJ toasties &
1-9 Bennett Street, Bacchus Marsh toasted macadamia nuts. and tartare sauce. BLT Mushrooms

Open 7 Days – The Village Bacchus Marsh
483kJ
4452kJHashBeer Batteredserved Fishwith coleslaw, roasted
& Chips 2840kJ
capsicum, cucumber, Asian C
3637kJ Open grills
2765kJ Bacon, cos lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise and tomato Brown 932kJ
Salted Caramel mint, crispy
in a light, crunchy Potato
batter,
beerand
shallots a Wedges
thai Panko cr
Phone: 5367 3388 Lemon Pepper Flathead
Chipolatas (3) fillets basil dressing.
French Toast 3469kJ & BananaCalamari
Pancakes 3644kJ relish, served on toasted ciabatta with chips. served with chips, a fresh
Chorizo
966kJ
709kJgarden saladSeasoned potato wedges served 4452kJ
Toasties served w
made traditionally on
Panko crumbed calamari ricotta, Chicken, BLT mint, cri
Thick cut french toast served with 615kJAvocado
pancakesdusted withcinnamon
served with lemon pepper with sweet chilli sauce and sour
Bacon,2343kJ
Three and tartare sauce. cream. tomato
sauce and
Haloumi cos lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise toasted
and with your favourite fi
maple flavoured syrup and ice cream. and served withroasted banana, salted caramel
chips, a fresh garden salad Chicken & Bacon & Macadamia
Baked Beans 216kJ Salad
With Cheese 4kJ & Bacon 452 with chips.
relish, served on toasted ciabatta Also available as an open
Chicke
grill.
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Dear Editor, Dear Editor,
(In response to Environment Opinion (Tom Kingston) – Enjoyable opinion (Envi-
MN 28 Nov, 2017 “The world according to golf”) ronment MN 28 Nov) albeit a
Scoffers may say Tom Kingston is a fairway from the truth cry in a wilderness of man’s
built and altered environ-
Lambasting our golf courses for turning rough to smooth
ment. In mentioning Adani
By twisting nature past its normal uncouth bounds
and gas reserves of 100 years
To give the players sanitary games and better sights and sounds. being exploited rapidly and
But how could golfers struggle through the weeds and sent overseas. I cannot help
rampant gorse but think of the island of Na-
To reach a hole that rabbits might have dug, or bandicoots, uru. Resource rich, exploited
or worse. rapidly and efficiently, as
our liberal economics would
Or find a ball that went astray like Abbott’s logic does
dictate, now an impover-
While they discussed the day’s financial woes?
ished ruined environment,
Mary Moore, committee member of the Victorian branch of CBCA hands a book to 5-year- Why, they’d struggle just to make par six resources gone, monies
old Gurshaan to take home and read. Photo Jessica Howard With mud all over their Niblicks. squandered for immediate

Books give the
The groundsman must be striving for perfection; gratification of the rich and
He has greens enough to care for that would swing a by-election. overseas interests.
But perhaps Tom has a point, you know. I then note the only differ-
ence between Australia and

best start
Consider what I write below.
Nauru, it is just size, just vol-
The use of herbicide is universal. ume and the same economic
Organic golf is rarer than the phascogal, imperatives are driving it
That elusive brush-tailed wambenger that nests in trees down the same roads. It will
By Jessica Howard more funds and the publishers gave us And would be horrified at modern golf club fees. take longer to deplete, to
discounts on the books”. denature, and leave impov-
Moorabool’s youngest readers can enjoy For sure it is malpractice putting poison in the soil
The book boxes were donated to Best Start erished environmentally.
some of their favourite stories thanks to a sites throughout Victoria and include a To save us from a little healthy self-restoring toil.
The monies well they are
generous donation of books. number of popular titles including ‘Where In the old days they would bend and pull the weeds out by going to the rich, the super-
The Children’s Book Council of Australia is the Green Sheep?’, ‘We’re Going on a Bear the root; rich and being squandered
(CBCA), along with the a2 Milk Company, Hunt’ and ‘Orange Pear Apple Bear’. Now laziness has taken hold, cost-cutting is acute. on lifestyles we cannot sus-
have donated a book box to 30 early Ms Smith said she hoped the books would
On one point, Tom, I have to disagree: tain. Consumeristic waste,
childhood sites, including the Darley Early become part of a lending library.
Years Hub. You say “No word is emptier than a golf tee”? growth, jobs, population
“Children can take them home to share expansion.
Mary Moore and Lu Smith, members of the with their family. They can also use some There are some very hollow words used by the unenlightened.
Victorian branch of CBCA, visited the Hub of the hints that are provided in the new Can’t help but wonder what
Try Peter Dutton’s cant on refugees in Manus Island.
on Thursday November 30. brochures”. our descendants will make
A RoundUp of the super-rich plus life au naturel of the results; I must watch
The donation is the second phase of the The CBCA is a not-for-profit, volunteer
Reading Together program and includes run organisation that aims to develop an Might do the rest of us a lot of good – but will be hard to sell. Nauru.
a box filled with titles from the CBCA awareness of quality children’s literature Harry Brougham Robert Jenkins
suggested reading list. while fostering young people’s enjoyment of Gordon Balliang
Ms Moore said the second phase of the reading.
program was run off the success of the first. The Reading Together program was
“The initial Reading Together brochures launched in November 2016 and saw
were so well received that we continued the distribution of postcards offering
to apply for more grants in order to work parents, professionals family networks
towards a second phase,” she said. encouragement and advice on reading with
“The a2 Milk Company provided us with young children.

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL EMPLOYMENT
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held tomorrow, Wednesday 6 December, Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
2017 in the James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh, commencing at 5.00pm. Strategic Planner Coordinator – Full Time Position
- Applications close COB on Friday 8 December 2017
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Occasional Care Educator – Part Time Position
- Applications close COB on Friday 15 December 2017
COMMITTEE MEETING All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au.
The next committee meeting will be of the Development Assessment Committee on TENDER
Wednesday 13 December, in the James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh, Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contracts:
commencing at 4.00pm. Tender Number Tender Description
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. C09-2017/2018 Bacchus Marsh Racecourse Recreation Reserve – Bulk Earthworks
(circa 45,000m3)
Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Monday 4 December
2017 at www.tenderlink.com/moorabool.

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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Masters in lifting the weights
By Jessica Howard “Lifting is a very solo sport so a lot of the time it
doesn’t matter where you place in a competition,
Two Bacchus Marsh weightlifters have come it’s more that you want to perform well for you.
away from the international stage with eight gold “You put a lot of time and training into the sport,
medals between them. so you want that to reflect in your performance.
Toni Lane and Louise Webb competed in the 2017 For this particular event, you had to qualify, so
Australian and Oceania Masters Weightlifting that was a real driver for me to put in the work
Championships, Pacific Rim Tournament and that enabled me to do that”.
Masters World Cup in October. As the year wraps up, Toni and Louise now have
The pair won gold in all four competitions of their their sights set on competing at the 2018 World
respective age group. Masters, to be held in Barcelona in Spain.
Toni, who competed on the international stage “I can’t wait,” Louise said.
for the third time, hit a 57-kilogram snatch and a “Barcelona will be much bigger and better than
72-kilogram clean and jerk. anything we’ve been to as those in Europe and
“I didn’t hit a [personal best], which was a little America find it easier to travel to competitions in
disappointing, but I was still really happy, as that part of the world.
this was only my second time competing in this “The next few months will be full on. There will
particular tournament, and I have walked away be very little break time, with a lot of training in
with a lot more goals for next year,” she said. the gym, especially a lot of strength work. Our
“I first competed at an international level during coach has it all mapped out and we will adapt as
the same competition in Tasmania last year, so time goes on to ensure we peak at the right time”.
that was all really new to me. This year, having
had already competed internationally, the lead-up
to the competition wasn’t as stressful and I walked
in with a totally different attitude”.
Louise, who spends ten to 15-hours in the gym per
week, lifted 50-kilograms in the snatch category
and 58-kilograms in the clean and jerk category –
breaking a World Cup record in the process.
“I was happy and relieved, despite not hitting my
best,” she said.
“Competitions are really tough - not just
physically, but mentally, and for me, it’s about
personal goals rather than medals; but this sport is
about conquering your fears so it was a wonderful
experience to compete internationally again”.
Toni and Louise train up to six-days a week, with
sessions ranging from one to two-and-a-half hours
and alternating between a gym in Bacchus Marsh
and the Geelong Weightlifting Club.
Toni said she really enjoyed the challenge of
pushing herself.

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Red Cross Luncheon & Flower Show
Results CHRISTMAS DECORATION – ANY MEDIUM
CLASS ‘A’ - ROSES 1st Margaret Spiteri
ONE ROSE BUNCH OF FLOWERS – ONE VARIETY OR MORE
1st Bev Bush 1st Jane Dennithorne
2nd Betty Winter 2nd W Hoogenraad
TWO VARIETIES OF ROSES ONE ROSE – NOVICE GROWER
1st Yvonne Erwin 1st Veronica Montauban
2nd Kathleen Luke 2nd Angie May
ONE FULL BLOOM CLASS ‘D’ - CUT FLOWERS
1st Bev Bush THREE DISTINCT VARIETIES OF WHITE FLOWERS
2nd Ruth Bowden (Single stem of each)
TWO VARIETIES IN FULL BLOOM 1st Elizabeth Zilveris
1st Bridgett Sims 2nd Therese Winter
2nd Bridgett Sims THREE DISTINCT VARIETIES OF PINK FLOWERS
ONE ROSEBUD Red Cross member Mary Williams with
(Single stem of each) Guest speaker Alan Barr. judge Evonne Marsden.
1st Robert Winter 1st Grace Slocombe
2nd Margaret Spiteri 2nd Ruth Bowden
COLLECTION OF ROSES THREE DISTINCT VARIETIES OF BLUE FLOWERS
1st Betty Winter (Single stem of each)
2nd Therese Winter 1st Grace Slocombe
ONE ROSE - NAMED
2nd Grace Slocombe
1st Yvonne Erwin
THREE DISTINCT VARIETIES OF YELLOW FLOWERS
2nd Gail Binks
(Single stem of each)
CLASS ‘B’ - ARRANGED FLORAL WORK
1st Therese Winter
AS I LIKE IT – FRESH FLOWERS
2nd Elizabeth Zilveris
1st Lyn Delekta
FLOWERS MAYBE ONE VARIETY OR MORE
2nd Elizabeth Zilveris
TALL & ELEGANT 1st Gail Binks
1st Joan Parslow 2nd Carol Strong
2nd Eileen Christensen CLASS ‘E’ - POT PLANTS
BEST FLOWERING POT Bev Bush with the silver trophy for Champion
TABLE CENTRE PIECE Lyn Delekta. Rose. Photos Helen Tatchell
1st Eileen Christensen 1st Lyn Delekta
2nd Gail Binks 2nd Gail Binks
FLORAL ARRANGEMENT IN JUG ANY OTHER PLANT IN A CONTAINER
1st Eileen Christensen 1st Lyn Delekta
2nd Betty Winter 2nd Kathleen Luke
CHRISTMAS TABLE DECORATION – ANY MEDIUM DROUGHT RESISTANT PLANT IN POT
1st Lyn Delekta 1st B Leeding
2nd Gail Binks 2nd Eileen Christensen
ARRANGEMENT OF ROSES Best Exhibit – Floral Arrangement
1st Gail Binks Eileen Christensen
2nd Betty Winter Best Exhibit – Other than a rose
CLASS ‘C’ - FLORAL ART Lyn Delekta
(For those who have NEVER won a first prize at any show) Champion Rose
MY CHOICE – FRESH FLOWERS Bev Bush 95-year old Joan Parslow won
1st Jane Dennithorne Encouragement Award a first prize in the category ‘Tall
2nd Margaret Spiteri St Brigid’s Catholic School Judge Bob Whitehead. Eileen Christensen. & elegant’

Urban living, by the river.
L AND SELLING IN BAC C H US MARSH
Looking down on the Werribee River with Its position alongside the future town
views over the valley sits the next exciting centre means residents will have direct
release of land in Underbank, River View. access to the Clubhouse (with swimming
pool, gym, tennis court and meeting
This exclusive release offers the best of
rooms), restaurants, cafés, specialty shops
urban living and outdoor lifestyle with green
and supermarket.
spaces, shared walking and bicycle paths
and only a short stroll to the future town The most exciting Underbank release so far,
centre and Underbank sporting precinct. River View is true urban living, by the river.

NEW DATE! SAT 9 DEC, 12–3PM
POSTPONED! DUE TO HEAVY RAINFALL

Underbank is hosting a family fun day to celebrate
the launch of the project. Come along for outdoor
activities and entertainment as well as complimentary
food and drinks.
The afternoon will feature food trucks, a sausage
sizzle, bands and music, arts and crafts, jumping
castles, face painting and photo booths to capture
memories from the day.
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9 DECEMBER

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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.

Ballan Playgroup
ADULT EDUCATION Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church CHURCH
Ballan & District Community House Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Bungaree Anglican Church
Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term 4 program – OUT NOW. 905 558 Tamsin.  Carols by Candlelight - Sunday 10 December, 8pm
All enquiries, bookings, classes & venue hire - call 5368 1934 . Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club A wonderful night of carol singing and lessons with items
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre, 33- Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, sung by Sing Australia Choir.  Supper will follow in the
35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses and classes. BM & 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after church hall.  Everyone welcome. 
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170.
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College Ballan Anglers Inc
Service Times – Sunday 10 December - St John’s Ballan, 11am;
229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes. Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
St Mark’s in the Pub, Gordon, 5pm; St John’s Bungaree, 8pm
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome –
(Carols service). Enquiries - Glen Wesley on 5368 2730.
0400 003 936.
Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s)
MEETINGS Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each Reflective Worship.
The Pottery Group month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. B3 Community – Focused, family friendly church with
Tuesday and Fridays 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall (next
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group a difference. Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue
to Tennis Courts) Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Enquiries
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
to Maureen 0447173031.
Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
St Andrew’s Playgroup Bacchus Marsh
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
St, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & 3pm.
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066.
Enq - 0421 222 717. Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group
2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am & 10am;
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am. Myrniong –
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036.
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Church of the Living God
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy Street,
Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
MARKETS Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Ballan Lions Club Market
Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Next market – Saturday 3 February 2018. First Saturday each
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Enquiries – 0402 390 080
Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
(Wayne).
Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Darley Market Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Saturday 16 December, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 Further details – 0429 681 566.
145 (Alan). Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Ballan Farmers Market Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Next Market – Saturday 10 December, 9am-1pm. in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130. Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.

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51 Horder Crescent, Bacchus Marsh Strong returns for two-bed-
Price: $590,000 - $620,000 room houses were also seen
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then this property could be just what you are looking for. (6.7 per cent) and Wonthaggi
Situated on a generous 1100sqm corner allotment in the (6.2 per cent).
prestigious Elms Estate, this home has everything a family
could need. The main house has 4 bedrooms, master with By comparison, in the
ensuite & WIR, BIRs to remaining bedrooms. 3 separate sought-after Melbourne
living areas where everyone can have their own space, suburb of Albert Park, the
ducted heating & ducted evap cooling to keep things gross rental yield was just
comfortable all year around. Flowing from the kitchen/ 2.2 per cent on a two-bed-
family area is a large undercover alfresco area where you GIL KING room house because, despite
can sit in privacy & enjoy the outlook onto your beautiful a weekly median rental of
rear garden. There is a separate brick, 2.5 car garage with CEO, REIV $650, the $1,535,000 median
dual remote roller doors & 2 additional garden shed to price held down the yield.
ensure you never run out of storage. To the rear of the In the year to September 30,
property is a bright, spacious 2 bedroom unit with open Meanwhile, three-bedroom
new REIV data shows every
plan kitchen, meals, living area. Split system heating & houses also delivered solid
property type in regional
cooling, separate electricity meter, NBN & Phone lines. returns for investors across
Victoria recorded a higher
The unit can be accessed from the side street & could be the state, at 4.7 per cent.
gross rental yield than in
kept completely separate from the main house if required Churchill produced the
& could potentially be rented out or used for teenagers or metropolitan Melbourne.
state’s highest rental returns
parents to live in. This is a very unique opportunity in a Two-bedroom properties in
for the typical family home,
much sought-after location. Call today for an inspection or regional Victoria delivered
additional information. at 7.8 per cent, while Red
the strongest returns for in-
Cliffs near Mildura also de-
vestors, producing a gross
rental yield of 5.1 per cent livered a high yield of 7.6 per
for units and 4.9 per cent for cent.
houses. Other towns recording high
For those considering in- yields for three-bedroom
vesting, the yield reflects a houses include Myrtleford
property’s annual rent as a (7.5 per cent), Mooroopna
percentage of the purchase (7.2 per cent), Stawell (6.7 per
price with the ideal invest- cent) and Horsham (6.5 per
ment property combining cent).
a low purchase price and a While a high yield does not
high weekly rental. guarantee a property in a
With a median house price particular area will continue
of $120,000 and a weekly to perform well, it provides
median rent of $193, two- a useful guide for investors
bedroom houses in Morwell when deciding where and
recorded one of the state’s what type of property to
highest returns at 8.3 per buy.
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Private Sale: $249,000 - $259,000 Private Sale: $360,000–$390,000 Private Sale: $490,000–$520,000 Private Sale: $380,000 - $395,000
Inspect: Sunday 10th December 1.00pm – 1.30pm Inspect: Sunday 10th December 2.00pm- 2.30pm Inspect: Saturday 9th December 10.30am-11.00am Inspect: Saturday 9th December 11.00am- 11.30am
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are necessary, play the Page
but don’t2017 martyr. 19
Appeal to a mate’s sense of humour this week. The arts
in general are featured. This is an ideal time to begin a
diet.

Stars & Puzzles
LEO—July 23-August 22
Machines go on the blink, repairmen show up late. It’s
just one of those weeks. With friendship, life is carefree.
Romance could be on the upswing.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
The start of the week is humdrum and ideas backfire -
but you are buoyant after the weekend. This a lively time
QUICK PUZZLE
★★★★★★★★ ✯✯✯✯✯✯
for the unattached Virgo - you are attracting with magnetic
force.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
This week has a great feel to it, with surprises at every
★★★★★★★★ turn. There will be some moments of self doubt. Reserve
time for sheer relaxation, with no accompanying guilt.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ARIES—March 21-April 20 A lucky cycle begins. This is a great time for starting any
This is a mindbending week, with a series of mental size job. The weekend has you helping friends through
puzzles. You are very active, however your back and feet an emotional obstacle course. There may be a possible
might be troublesome. Clear family problems before they legal wrangle on Friday.
turn into feuds.
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
TAURUS—April 21-May 22
Juicy news reaches you by the weekend. For singles, this
You splash into the week with advanced ideas and a yen is a fine time for a frank discussion. For marrieds, a bad
for modern timesavers - but reflect on the past. The week-
time for a showdown. Some financial gains by the end of
end sees you with a friend you haven’t seen for quite a
while.
the week.
CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
GEMINI—May 23-June 21
It’s not that a loved one is out of tune - well perhaps just
This is a great time for giving your home a new appear- a bit because of other priorities. You may a little lonely
ance. Just the home, not yourself. The natural look is
this week if friends are away. Waken a dormant hobby,
winning. Work pressures build - watch for friction with
your workmates.
enjoy solo strolls.

NO. 9024 CANCER—June 22-July 22 AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
ACROSS DOWN Some sacrifices are necessary, but don’t play the martyr. The trick is not to seek advice. Your own judgement is
6. Confirm (11) 1. Wave (8) Appeal to a mate’s sense of humour this week. The arts great, but you are easily persuaded. This is a good week
in general are featured. This is an ideal time to begin a for checking out real estate, experimenting in the kitchen
7. Head (4) 2. Tedious (6) diet. and finishing those odd jobs around the house.
8. Flood (8) 3. Round (6)
9. Leap (6) 4. Difficult (4) LEO—July 23-August 22 PISCES—February 20-March 20
10. Leave (6) 5. Improved (6) Machines go on the blink, repairmen show up late. It’s Trial and error are the week’s themes - with greater than
12. Composer (6) 6. Hamper (5) just one of those weeks. With friendship, life is carefree. average goofs and successes. Take the lead romantically.
15. Bird (6) 11. Cheese (8) Romance could be on the upswing. A friend’s philosophy or lifestyle seems to change. Don’t
17. Approbation (8) 13. Annul (6) pry.
19. Issue (4) 14. Crush (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22
20. Murder (11) 15. Summary (6) The start of the week is humdrum and ideas backfire - BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
16. Tree (5) but you are buoyant after the weekend. This a lively time Your healthy appetite for work is more than satisfied. For
18. Whip (4) for the unattached Virgo - you are attracting with magnetic the sake of romance and health, be a little less finicky.
force. Think before you act and watch snap judgements.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS This week has a great feel to it, with surprises at every
6. Two kisses will do you! (6-5). 7. By a considerable

SUDOKU
turn. There will be some moments of self doubt. Reserve
margin? What a surprise! (4). 8. Covered, or wrapped time for sheer relaxation, with no accompanying guilt.
up, in the shade (8). 9. Threaten the rascal. Do no more
(6). 10. Abuse us, in a semi-frenzy (6). 12. One can’t SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
decide if they’re signalling (6). 15. Be affronted by the A lucky cycle begins. This is a great time for starting any
restraint (6). 17. Called in to have something done about
when mad (8). 19. My, that’s steep! (4). 20. Realise you
NUMBER GAME
size job. The weekend has you helping friends through
an emotional obstacle course. There may be a possible
have a good hand and think rationally (3,8). legal wrangle on Friday.
ANSWER BELOW
DOWN SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
1. If it sees red, run, sweetie! (5-3). 2. Shut a month
back, round about sunrise (6). 3. It will make you laugh Juicy news reaches you by the weekend. For singles, this
and cry (6). 4. The appointment after (4). 5. Sum up as is a fine time for a frank discussion. For marrieds, a bad
time for a showdown. Some financial gains by the end of
“farm animal, female” (6). 6. Fancy mother embracing a the week.
soldier! (5). 11. These parties are noisy: must have quiet
in lodgings (8). 13. As opposed to a bad serve (6). 14. CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
Sees what tourists usually see (6). 15. Wrongly blame It’s not that a loved one is out of tune - well perhaps just
the daughter interned in the madhouse (6). 16. A small a bit because of other priorities. You may a little lonely
inlet: the smallest (5). 18. A heartless avenger, you say this week if friends are away. Waken a dormant hobby,
(4). enjoy solo strolls.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9023
14, Sights. 15, Be-d-lam. 16, Le-a-s-t. 18, Av(eng)er. The trick is not to seek advice. Your own judgement is
Post. 5, Assess. 6, D-RE-am. 11, Sh-in-digs. 13, A-verse. great, but you are easily persuaded. This is a good week
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Down - 1, Bull’s-eye. 2, C-los-eD (rev.). 3, Scream. 4, for checking out real estate, experimenting in the kitchen
Across - 6, Diplomatic. 8, Rake. 9, Plus. 10, Zebra. 11,
De-rang-ed. 19, Dear. 20, See straight. and finishing those odd jobs around the house.
Port. 12, Encounter. 16, Impromptu. 20, Area. 22, Mi-
9, Imp-end. 10, Mis-us-e. 12, Wavers. 15, Bridle. 17, PISCES—February 20-March 20
nus. 23, Leek. 24, Idea. 25, Statistics.
Across - 6, Double-cross. 7, Well. 8, Sheathed (anag.). Trial and error are the week’s themes - with greater than
Down - 1, Violin. 2, Blossom. 3, Amazon. 4, Stable. 5,
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS average goofs and successes. Take the lead romantically.
Scrap. 7, Skirt. 13, Tip. 14, Emulate. 15, Grade. 17, Ma- A friend’s philosophy or lifestyle seems to change. Don’t
niac. 18, Russia. 19, Trench. 21, Amass.
15, Precis. 16, Olive. 18, Lash. pry.
Better. 6, Cramp. 11, Parmesan. 13, Repeal. 14, Squash.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Down - 1, Brandish. 2, Boring. 3, Rotund. 4, Hard. 5, BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Across - 6, Four or five. 8, A-C-he. 9, Ga-S-p. 10, Se-D-
Emit. 20, Assassinate. Your healthy appetite for work is more than satisfied. For
an. 11, T-rim. 12, House name. 16, Dry humour. 20, Blew. the sake of romance and health, be a little less finicky.
Think before you act and watch snap judgements.
10, Depart. 12, Brahms. 15, Parrot. 17, Applause. 19,
22, Onion. 23, La-I-d. 24, P-ear. 25, Sp-ecul-a-tor.
Across - 6, Corroborate. 7, Main. 8, Inundate. 9, Spring.
Down - 1, Potat-O. 2, Pro-pose. 3, Prison. 4, Di-adem.
QUICK SOLUTIONS
5, Meant. 7, Ch-a-in. 13, A-my. 14, A-mal-gam. 15, Flee-
t. 17, Ra-is-ed. 18, Hang up. 19, Uni-son. 21, Wor-St.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9024
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EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT
Supply and distribution manager
We are a gourmet baby leaf salad company based in Bacchus Marsh
and are seeking a motivated Supply and distribution manager to join
our fast paced team.
TRAINEE OUTDOOR Duties will include but will not be limited to:
• Overseeing the recording of purchase, storage and distribution
CASUAL KITCHEN ASSISTANT transactions
RECREATION LEADER $21.09 Per Hour • Review quality of outgoing stock and either approve or reject
products before they are sent to customers,
An opportunity exists for interested applicants seeking a 12 month Lady Northcote Recreation Camp is an important • Directing staff activities and monitoring their performance
full-time outdoor recreation traineeship commencing in mid January community facility focusing on outcomes that enhance • Liaise with other departments and custumers in relation to quality
2018. We have five positions available, based at five different YMCA of stock,
camps:
environmental awareness, personal identity, creative • Liaise with customers concerning requirements for outward goods,
thinking, communication, values and attitudes. The • Involvement in preparation and implementation of plans in order to
• Lake Dewar Lodge near Myrniong maintain required stock levels at a minimum cost
provision of nutritious, delicious food is an important
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These sites all facilitate outdoor recreation camping programs for see theYMCAVictoria website for the complete and quality strategies and policies,
schools and diverse community groups. Applicants must have a Position Description. • Monitoring and reviewing storage systems to meet supply
willingness to learn, an adventurous spirit and a genuine desire to requirements and control stock levels,
be a positive role model for children on camp. Please contact Greg Please send applications to Fernando • Operating recoding systems to track all movements of finished goods,
Mason on 0409 337 091 if you have any questions. Pozzaro at ladynorthcote@ymca.org.au • Supervising staff activities and monitoring their performance,
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EMPLOYMENT FOR SALE GARAGE SALE GARAGE SALE GARAGE SALE
Full-Time Farm Hand STOCKFEED Saturday 9th Dec
Experienced – for local Free-range egg farm  8am–1pm Saturday 9th SATURDAY
To be successful the applicant requires: 25kg bag
Oaten Chaff $14
11 Raglan Street December 9th December
Australian driver’s license
MR truck license
Darley 9am-3pm 8.30am – 2.00pm
Lucerne Chaff $20 (enter via rear gate)
Tractor experience 80 Lerderderg St 26 McFarland Street
Good mechanical skills
Oats $11, Barley $11 Linen, clothing,
Welding/Boiler making would be an advantage Wheat $12, Combo $17 camping gear,
Bacchus Marsh Bacchus Marsh
Your duties will include, but not limited to: Phone orders – household goods, Household goods, TOYS, FURNITURE,
General Farm Maintenance 0429 017 802 (Laurie) tools, printer, furniture, furniture, general
Basic Farm Records (Quality Assurance)
BRIC A BRAC,
Husbandry of Poultry
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- Saturday 9 December) + much more!
Operation of Farming Machinery (Forklift, Tractor, Front
End Loader, Trucks)
Cleaning & Sanitizing of Farm Equipment
Machinery maintenance and Construction of New
EMPLOYMENT WANTED THANK YOU
Buildings, Sheds and other Farm Construction works.
CATERING
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Farm Fencing
Egg Collection (as backup when required) WALKERS WANTED CROWN Datsun The Bacchus Marsh
RSL Sub-Branch
Checking & maintaining water and feed levels
Deliveries to Melbourne
To deliver
catalogues in:
CATERING Skyline Committee and
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Ballan & 1973 to 1985 Members thank the
candidates are not permitted to have any form of Corporate functions, people of Bacchus
birds at home. Bacchus Marsh Weddings, Birthdays, 240K, C210, MR30,
Dinner Parties, Funerals, Marsh for their
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Darley Cricket Club
By Shaun Kelly

The ‘super storm’ that was forecast over the weekend meant
that Darley’s cricketers enjoyed an unscheduled weekend
away from the pitch.
Both the Ballarat Cricket Association and Melton Junior
Cricket Association made the call on Friday to cancel all
cricket for the weekend given the impending forecast, and
whilst the storm didn’t end up being as ferocious as first
thought, the cancellation was a wise move given the water
laying around and constant showers on Saturday morning
that would have made conditions unplayable.
As a result, Darley’s senior teams all receive three points for a
drawn game, and are all back in action this coming weekend.
Darley’s First XI play ladder-leaders Golden Point in a
crucial two-day fixture at Darley Park – their last before the
Christmas break, whilst the Second XI play local rivals Ballan
and the Third XI play East Ballarat. The Lions’ One Day side
takes on Napoleons-Sebastopol at the Hub in their next-to-
last game of the 2017 portion of the fixture.
The two junior sides in the BCA, the 16 & Under and 14 &
Under First XI were both due to play the first day of a two-
day game, so their games against Ballarat-Redan at the Hub
and Brown Hill at Brown Hill respectively will continue next
Saturday as one-day games.
Darley’s Under 14 team in the MJCA had a bye over the last
fortnight, and they’ll start a two-day game against Melton
at Mason’s Lane Reserve next Saturday, their last before
Christmas, whilst the Under 12 side had the first day of their
PB Stars of the Week - Tamara and Ethan. two-day game against Centrals Red washed out, and will
continue as a one-day game next week.
Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics Ballan Golf Club Both the Darley Prowl and Darley Cubs have two games
left before the Christmas break in the MJCA Under 10
After all the severe weather warnings for the State during the Results - Week ending Saturday 2 December competition, including facing each other on Saturday 16
week, the Little Aths Committee continually monitored the Wednesday Stableford December.
radar leading up to competition. After a lot of communication Winner - Bob Arklay (11) 40 points,
and decision making, it was eventually decided to proceed
with their meet. Fortunately, on the Saturday morning the
R/up Hugh Miller (16) 36 points.
NTP - 15th Kevin Lockman.
Avenue Bowling Club
weather gods were on their side - with a dry track and the Results - Round 8
radar clear, competition got underway. Although numbers Magpie - 14th Barry Lenaghan.
were a little down, those keen athletes that participated once Saturday Stableford Mid-Week Pennant
again produced some fantastic results. Ethan Braszell and Winner - Aggy Germon (28) 35 points, Division 1
Tamara Henry both achieved 4PBs for the day. R/up Barry Sims (13) 32 points Avenue 72 def Sebastopol 55
Little Athletics Victoria released State Relay progression last on c/b from Michael Di Fiore (14) & Brian Cran (24) Division 2
Wednesday and the Bacchus Marsh Centre received seven NTPs - 7th Anthony Moore, 12th Peter Di Fiore, Avenue 85 def Victoria 54
progressions. The Boys Under 9 progressed in the 4x100m,
15th Ian Bragge Division 5
4x200m and medley event while the Girls Under 9 will
compete in the 4x100m relay. The Under 12 Girls will run in Magpie - 14th Michael Di Fiore.  Avenue 102 def Victoria 47
the 4x200m as will the Girls Under 15s. The mixed sex Under Balls 4, Cut-off 32 points: Barry Sims, Aggy Germon, Saturday Pennant
12 athletes will race over the 4x100m distance. Brian Cran, Michael Di Fiore. Cancelled due to wet weather.

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MOTORING MOORABOOL
Introducing John Orchard.. He has strong automotive interests and always enjoyed
reading the motoring sections of the local papers where ever
* Covering local and state motorcycle/car shows.
* Attending local motorcycle racing/riding events.
John lives in Dales Creek and has worked in the
Victorian automotive industry his whole working life; he he lived. Not seeing motoring articles in The Moorabool * Writing DIY technical servicing and/or repair articles
is also a retired motor-mechanic.  His sporting history is News prompted John to contact us. * Covering official new model releases for cars and bikes.
predominantly motorcycle related and has been a member His sporting background has seen him racing motorcycles * Writing informative articles about local riding areas for
of various car clubs and managed a number of automobile in World and Australian National Championships. He has both young and old.
servicing and repair shops. travelled the world many times, including competing at * Covering motoring safety aspects.
He was a journalist and assistant editor for an Australian the World famous Isle of Man ‘TT’ races and on the banked * Stories on unique or classic vehicles.
National, off-road motorcycle magazine (Trail & Track
circuit ‘Daytona’ in Florida USA. Have you got a question you would like answered on anything
Magazine) for a number of years back in the early 1980s, until
the company was sold to the The Age Group of companies John is planning to contribute various automotive articles with a motor?
and moved interstate. ranging as follows: Please email John – office@themooraboolnews.com.au

The Honeymoon or the Mustang?
By John Orchard valance to accommodate the twin exhaust as per
the GT Mustangs. Next job was the respray; the
I was competing at a vintage motocross (vmx) colour selected was PT Cruiser ‘electric blue pearl’,
race meeting in NSW a couple of months ago but I with Wimbledon White Shelby stripes.
was having terrible problems with muscle cramps; Next, updating of the running gear was in order; BA
a fellow Victorian rider ‘Shane’ was also riding at Falcon GT stub-axles were bolted to the Mustang’s
the event, and it turns out, Shane’s wife ‘Virginia’ wishbones and front hubs from an XB Falcon were
works at Golden Plains Massage & Myotherapy used. The front brake discs, that are incorporated
Clinic in She Oaks (near Meredith). Virginia is a with the XB hubs, were machined off and Ford BA
qualified myotherapy, deep tissue and remedial GT discs were mounted onto the machined-down
masseuse; she works with body ailments from XB hubs. The FPV callipers bolted right up, using
sporting athletes to pregnancy issues. the original Mustang brake lines.
It turns out Virginia was able to help me with my The engine is a rebuilt Mexico 289 with Edelbrock
cramping issues but that matter is not the basis for manifold, 650 double-pumper carb, ported 302
this story; it turns out Virginia has an awesome 1966 cylinder heads, roller rockers, 4 into 1 Pacemaker
Ford fastback Mustang. Virginia’s husband Shane headers and electronic ignition. An interesting
had built-up the Mustang for her; it was her present mod was the swap from the stock 289 camshaft
in place of going on a honeymoon. I jokingly said to a 351 Windsor cam, which changes the firing
“so does he get to take the Mustang back if you get order from 15426378 to 13726548. Shane explains
divorced?” Virginia said “he can take the Mustang that the 289 cam has cylinders 1&5 and 3&7 firing
back but I’ll be keeping all his motorbikes.” on the power stroke at the same time; this firing
Shane, a qualified Diesel Mechanic, ran me order concentrates too much stress on one end of
through the work involved in the Mustang build: the crankshaft; the 351 Windsor cam spreads the
the car was purchased via the Trading Post from cylinder firing stresses more evenly.
the Eltham (Vic) area in 2004; it was rough but in a The radiator is a larger item sourced from an
roadworthy condition. Originally a grey coloured AU Falcon, fitted with twin thermo fans. The
car, the ’66 2+2 fastback had already been converted transmission is the original C4 but rebuilt with a
to right hand drive (RHD). It is a California build 2500rpm stall converter. Wheels are 18” x 7” & 18”
‘A’ code, meaning it’s a 289 cubic inch, 4 barrel carb, x 8” American Racers. All this work was completed
black trim, vacuum 4 wheel drum brakes with in 12 months and the Mustang was on the road
C4 automatic transmission and 8 ¾ limited slip by 2005. She certainly is an awesome looking &
differential (LSD). performing car.
Shane started on the rebuild by firstly stripping It also turns out Virginia is a qualified
back to the bare shell and fitting new Pony trim, hypnotherapist; she normally helps people stop
outer door skins, boot lid, fenders, fibreglass smoking, or lose weight, with hypnosis, but I think
Shelby bonnet, brake ducts, fuel cap, grill and front she might have hypnotised Shane to build her this
valance. Then the red taillights were modified to car!
incorporate amber indicator lenses by sourcing - Johnny O
& cutting UC Torana items and gluing them into Provide feedback or questions to –
the Mustang units. Holes were cut into the rear office@themooraboolnews.com.au

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