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Tuesday 14 August, 2018 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Vol 12 No 32

Female
leader The CFA announced last week that local resident Diane
Lawson has been named the new Captain of the Gordon Fire
Brigade.
Lawson, who is the first woman to hold the position, began
volunteering with the CFA over 15 years ago.
Previously serving as Brigade Secretary/Treasurer for over ten
years, Lawson has assisted as a fire-fighter at various incidences,
including the Black Saturday bushfires in 2009.
She has also held the positions of Brigade Community Safety
Coordinator, and was member of the Volunteer Reference
Group, which operated out of CFA’s Headquarters in Melbourne.
“Being chosen for this role to lead by my peers is an honour”,
she said.
“Relationships with different members of the community who
join the brigade, working as a team with the same common
goals and being part of a larger organisation have been very
rewarding”.
“I know that firefighting isn’t for everyone but if anyone
is thinking of joining the CFA, my advice is, Have a go...you
might be surprised!” she said.
Volunteering in the community runs in the Lawson family
with mother Lin, a member for over 25-years of the Gordon
Fire Brigade, and has held positions including 1st, 2nd and 3rd
Lieutenant; currently, Lin is the Comms Officer.
“I used to call Diane cranky pants but now I call her Captain
CHAOS – Captain Has Arrived On Scene.
“This is very pleasing news and I am pleased. We are in the age
of women leaders and is a great step forward not only for the
CFA but for Gordon Fire Brigade,” she said.

New Captain Diane Lawson.
Photo – Blair Dellemijn (Uniform Photography)

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Safe disposal for Jury hung
expired medicines in Marsh
murder
By Carol Saffer

What should you do with your
unwanted and out of date medications?
Take them back to your local pharmacy
for disposal by way of the Returning
Unwanted Medicines (RUM) project, is By Meg Kennedy
the only safe option.
Accused murderer Yu Tung ‘Tracey’ Lo will remain in
Ballan UFS Pharmacist Denise Drew
remand, after the jury was hung, unable to reach a unanimous
says all out of date and unwanted
verdict on Friday, 10 August.
medication can be placed in the yellow
Ms Lo was on trial for the murder of Bacchus Marsh man
RUM bucket in the main street store.
Paul Hogan at his Maddingley home on Tuesday, 24 May
Ms Drew says returning medications 2016.
to the pharmacy ensures they do not After two weeks of the jury deliberating, and over 23 days of
fall into the wrong hands. hearing witnesses in the Supreme Court of Victoria, the jury
“Unwanted or out of date medications was discharged after “no verdict was reached in this matter”.
should not be flushed down the toilet, Ms Lo could be seen sighing as a note from the jury, stating
nor should they be taken to transfer their inability to reach a verdict, was read aloud to the court
stations or disposed of along with the by Justice Jane Dixon.
household rubbish, says Ms Drew. A mention hearing for next steps in relation to this matter
“Most importantly they need to be will be heard this Thursday 16 August.
kept out of the reach of children, as
medication left in cupboards can be
mistaken for lollies, causing poisoning
or fatalities,” she said. Ballan Physiotherapy
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The returned medicines are disposed
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Pharmacist at Ballan UFS Denise Drew with the ‘bucket’ used for Medicines for
and EPA requirements Disposal in store. Photo – Helen Tatchell • Dizziness & balance assessment
While the Ballan UFS has had a RUM South Wales, 5,580 children required medicine in household garbage. • Home-based sleep testing
bucket for years, Ms Drew guesses hospitalisation due to medicine RUM bins are found in all PBS • CPAP fitting & provision
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Minister grants Upskilling
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A statewide program to enhance the skills of plumbers who

The state government has given Ballan District Health and Care a $500,000
Eeny, Meeny, install and service gas heaters ensuring households are not
at risk from carbon monoxide poisoning will tour Victoria in
lifeline – but it is a lifeline that has to be paid back.
The announcement was made by Victorian Health Minister Jill Hennessy
Miny … CEO August.
The Victorian Building Authority, along with Energy Safe
last week, Following the resignation of Wayne Victoria (ESV) and Master Plumbers, will host a series of
“The package is a short-term grant that will be repaid once Ballan District Weaire last month, the BDHC Board
Health & Care ensures its long-term financial sustainability,” the Minister training sessions providing expert advice to registered and
has had a bit of trouble finding a licensed gasfitters and Type A servicing plumbers on the
said.
replacement. latest techniques to accurately test for carbon monoxide
She said the money would be used to pay off debt – but Board President
Lyn Gunnell told the Moorabool News that it will be used for a combination In fact, even a short-term replacement spillage and identify negative pressure situations.
of payments. has proven elusive. The Chief Executive Officer of the Victorian Building
“The money will be used for operational expenses, and part of that is Dr Fiona Miles was first announced Authority, Sue Eddy, said the VBA was pleased to be working
debts, part of that is services,” Ms Gunnell said. as interim CEO by the Board, shortly with ESV and Master Plumbers to deliver these training
She said BDHC is happy with the arrangement. after Mr Weaire’s departure, while a sessions, which will be held throughout the state.
“The money is not repayable until we’re completely profitable and running permanent CEO was scouted. “This roadshow is the largest plumber training program
at an excess. It’s a grant, it’s not a loan, it’s a grant, and by negotiation it’ll ever undertaken by the VBA,” Ms Eddy said.
go back to the department. But they might not ask for that for years, that’s At the beginning of last week, the Board
“We invite all 21,000 plumbers registered or licensed in
what a grant is.” issued a media release announcing
gasfitting and Type A servicing to take this opportunity to
The Moorabool News has reported in recent weeks the financial crisis at that John Davies had been appointed
enhance their training, build on their confidence and protect
BDHC, which has seen the organisation record losses in the millions over as interim CEO.
the safety of Victorians.”
several years and which saw the CEO quit amid what appears to be a ‘fire However, it appears that Mr Davies was
sale’ of assets. All gas heaters have the potential to spill or leak deadly
gone by lunchtime. carbon monoxide. This includes central heating units, space
Speaking on ABC Radio Ballarat last week, Board Vice President Robert
Eskdale said BDHC is “asset-rich but cash flow-poor”. Board President Ms Gunnell told the heaters, wall furnaces and decorative log fires.
Mr Eskdale declined to speak to the Moorabool News saying politely, “it’s Moorabool News on Friday that the The VBA and ESV recommend that all gas water heaters,
better for one person to speak to the media”. appointment had not worked out. space heaters and central heaters are serviced at least every
However, Ms Gunnell was happy to speak, saying the Board met with “Something changed, and he could two years by a registered or licensed gasfitter or a Type A
residents of the aged care facility last Friday afternoon. only give us a couple of days a week, servicing plumber.
“To talk to them, to put their minds at rest, and to let them know that we had to agree that wasn’t going to Practitioners and their apprentices can register for a nearby
there’s no question about closing down aged care - that seems to be the work,” she said. training session by visiting the Victorian Building Authority’s
rumour that’s floating around, but the board has not got it anywhere on website vba.vic.gov.au/training or calling 1300 815 127.
their radar to do that,” she explained. The Board is expected to announce a
new Interim CEO within the next two A training seminar will be held in Ballarat at the Ballarat
Ms Gunnell said that a public meeting is being discussed, but that it would
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Quick fill pump valuable Parwan
to fighting fires precinct
By Carol Saffer Business
Case in
Mt Wallace CFA, with three fire trucks and
around 30 odd active members, recently
purchased a Floating Quick-fill Pump
designed for filling fire trucks from very
shallow water, creeks, dams and swimming
pools.
What looks like a plastic jerrycan with big
hole underneath and a small motor on top,
floats and sucks up water through the pump
place
into a hose direct into the fire truck. By Kate Taylor
Mt Wallace CFA Management Committee
Frogs won’t stop the Parwan
President Geoff Wells says It can fill a
Employment Precinct development
3000-litre fire truck in about four-minutes.
happening, but they also won’t be
“Put this one in and start it up and you have ignored.
water in the first seconds, it’s a pretty smart
Councillors received a briefing on the
bit of gear,” says Mr Wells.
business case for the Parwan precinct
The Mt Wallace CFA has conventional development at the 1 August council
quick fill pumps, but they are designed with meeting, and West Councillors Tom
suction hoses to be used in quite a depth of Sullivan and Pat Toohey took the
water with the pump needing to be primed. opportunity to ask questions about the
At a house fire the brigade would set its impact on the area.
fire truck up with its high-pressure hoses Cr Sullivan asked council officers on
and then use the new pump to replenish the the night if any of the existing land
supply in the truck. uses around the area are incompatible
Mr Wells explains that one fireman can with the precinct development, with an
carry the pump and instantaneously set it officer replying that they are working
up by himself. with land owners to establish ‘best
“It is absolutely dead simple to use. You put practice.’
it in the water, fit the hose to it and start it Cr Toohey asked about land banking
up. There is no rocket science or technique and followed his questions with
involved.” enquiries about the local environment.
After seeing the Floating quick-fill Pump “There are some sensitive
in use at a fire attended by the Anakie CFA, environmental areas, including
a very impressed Mr Wells successfully frogs…” Cr Toohey noted.
submitted an online application for $5000 “We will take on the usual statutory
to the Yaloak South Community Fund to obligations, and we’ll work with the
purchase a pump for the Mt Wallace brigade. local land care groups,” the officer
The Fund was established to share the replied.
benefits of Pacific Hydro’s Yaloak South The business case underpins funding
Wind Farm with the community. applications made by council and
The Mt Wallace brigade will evaluate the sets out the financial argument for
benefit of the new pump in the coming fire the development and investment in it
season. to make it an important employment
While Mr Wells believes nobody should generator for the region.
make predictions about a coming fire The plan involves a staged development
season, he adds it “will be whatever it wants plan over 10-years and will potentially
to be.” add $16 million to the Central Highlands
“It’s not just Mother Nature. Last year the economy within five years.
majority of our fires were man-caused fires, That figure is predicted to increase
by either angle grinders or mowers and to $189 million over 15 years if certain
slashers. infrastructure, such as water, power,
“If you eliminate the idiot factor which we sewerage and roads is put in place.
struggled to do last year, then we would be a Councillors voted to approve the
long way down the track. It just seems to be New Toy – Mt Wallace Fire Brigade members, Steve Muscat (front), Ben Truman, Geoff Wells business case to be used as a supporting
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Honeymoon could be Policy on
memorials
over on ear tag cost
By Carol Saffer
reviewed
By Kate Taylor
When State government legislation
came into effect on the 1st January 2017 Public memorials in Moorabool are subject to a
to electronically tag (EID) all sheep and council policy which has undergone some minor
goats born in Victoria, the cost of the tags tweaks.
was underwritten by the government. Council’s Memorials Policy was adopted in 2014 to
According to the ABC Western Victoria address requests received from community members
there is some doubt the subsidising will wanting to install memorials in public places across
continue, reporting Agriculture Victoria’s the Shire.
sheep specialist Garry Armstrong A policy was put in place to assess and manage
saying, “the Ministers will make an requests as they arose – and that policy has now been
announcement on where the subsidy reviewed, put out for public comment, undergone
goes, probably later in the year.” some minor alterations, and was adopted at the 1
Currently the subsidised cost of the EID August council meeting.
tags is $0.45 cents. The policy covers allowable types of memorials,
The Minister for Agriculture Jaala along with an application process for them, as well
Pulford said, at the time of introducing as maintenance responsibilities, and the lifespans of
the legislation, Victoria was “leading the memorials.
way in strengthening our biosecurity West Ward Councillor Tom Sullivan asked the
systems and boosting our worldwide meeting if the policy would also apply to road
trade potential”. accident memorials.
It was a contentious decision when Photo credit: Gov.au “No, it won’t apply to non-permanent structures,” a
Victoria became the first state to mandate council officer replied.
so a national system is key to protecting “It is the same cost of the non-EID tags
EID with Sheepmeat Council chief East Ward Councillor Dave Edwards asked about
the industry.” [previously used].
executive Mark Harvey-Sutton at the time defining the acceptable cost of a memorial, for
Local Fiskville sheep farmer Scott “If the subsidy is discontinued the
saying Victoria’s decision put the national Young says the EID is a good idea as it example, of a rock with a plaque on crown land.
increased cost is not affordable as it is
industry at risk. gives farmers feedback into their sheep “It comes down to the type of structure or memorial
another cost that the farmer has to bear
“We have a system that applies nationally production and quality of their sheep. that can’t be passed on,” Mr Young said. being proposed,” the officer replied.
and the key to that system running “It is not as good as I thought it would As a newly-elected member on the The policy was approved, but with an amendment by
effectively is that consistency,” he says. be for stock theft as the EID are easily Livestock Committee of the Victorian Cr Edwards to have council write a set of guidelines
“Victoria might hold this view that removed,” he says. Farmers Federation Mr Young says “the for consideration by the public memorial selection
they’re leading the way, but a disease Mr Young believes the subsidised cost of VFF will be lobbying the government on panel and that criteria be made publicly available
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Butcher Council Newborns in
the district
‘chops’ right clip
By Kate Taylor

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By Caitlin Bewley
Moorabool’s Health and Wellbeing Action
Plan has received the tick of approval.
The annual report card on the plan was
presented at the July council meeting, but
(1st Yr Swinburne Uni) it did not include an attachment and so Cr
Dave Edwards requested that it be deferred
A successful immigration story just wasn’t enough for a young Malaysian to the August meeting.
man to get away with travelling 65km/h over the speed limit. Actions completed over the past 12 months
range from cultural training, to breakfast
Muhammad Zulkarnan, a 24-year-old butcher from Bunding, was caught
clubs, and safe design principles across the
by police travelling east on Greendale-Myrniong road at alleged excessive shire.
speeds on March 9 this year.
Some actions, however, have not been
Police Prosecutor Jenna Bridges told the court the accused was travelling completed and will be carried over into the
175km/h in a 110km/h zone and was intercepted at Pentland Hills and asked 2017-2021 Health and Wellbeing Plan for
to provide his ID. The court heard Zulkarnan did not have an Australian finalisation. Big sister Lucy and Ballan parents Rory and Janelle (nee
driver’s licence and provided an international one instead. Works still outstanding or continuing Winter) MEDDICK have welcomed their second child.
include developing a Healthy Workplace Sophie Kate Meddick arrived on Friday 6 July at 4.49pm
Magistrate Bruce Cottrell was told by the accused’s lawyer of Zulkarnan’s and weighed 5lb 9oz. (photo - submitted)
immigration to Australia in 2016 and his unblemished driving record since Policy, increasing support available to
residents by advocating for religious groups
then.
to continue to provide pastoral care to the
“The road was dry, there was no traffic and there was no interference with community, promoting existing walking
other cars. In my submission, a financial penalty is suitable punishment,” trails through an online guidebook or ‘app,’
the defence said. promoting opportunities for families to Melton parents Sandeep
“The reason he was speeding was because he was late for work. The loss access existing physical activity programs in and Gurvinder MANN
the community, and adopting a leadership have welcomed a little boy
of his licence would influence his abilities to get to and from work,” the
statement on the issues of violence against to their family. A brother
accused’s lawyer told the court. for Gursharn, Samar
women to increase community awareness
Magistrate Cottrell took a dimmer view. Mann arrived on Thursday
and demonstrate Council’s commitment to 9 August at 3.12pm.
“If you’re travelling 175km/h, you’re not going to get any free kicks from the issue.
me,” he said. The plan was approved by councillors at
Zulkarnan was fined $1500 and had his licence cancelled for a period of the meeting without debate and will be
12-months. reviewed again in 12-months’ time.

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL MOORABOOL SHIRE COUNCIL COMMUNITY GRANTS
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held Wednesday 5 September, Round 2 of the 2018 Community Grants opened on August 1 and close on August 31.
2018 in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm. Council is inviting project applications from community groups and organisations
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. under the following grant categories:
• Community Strengthening:
– Community programs, activities or initiatives (up to $5000)
COMMITTEE MEETING
– Capital improvements (up to $5000)
The next Committee meeting will be of the Development Assessment Committee, – Small projects (up to $1,000)
tomorrow, Wednesday 15 August, 2018 at the Darley and Civic Community • Community Arts:
Hub, 182 Halletts Way, Darley, commencing at 5.00pm. Community arts activities or initiatives that link artists with local communities
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. through small projects, publications, exhibitions, performances or other similar
activities (up to $3,000)
EMPLOYMENT • Community Events:
Council invites applications for the existing vacancies: Community events that showcase local talent, provide public entertainment, foster
Community Support Worker - Casual community participation, connectedness and diversity (up to $3,000)
Applications close on Friday 24 August 2018. • Community Development Fund:
Community groups can apply for a grant of between $5,001 and $100,000. To be
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
successful, applicants must meet minimum funding threshold requirements. Please
contact Moorabool Shire’s Community and Recreation Development unit for further
TENDERS information.
Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contract: • Sustainability and Environmental Engagement:
Sustainability and Environmental Engagement grants support community groups
Tender Number Tender Description
in reducing expenditure on gas and electricity appliances, investing in sustainability
C04 - 2018/2019 Old Melbourne Rd, Millbrook - Pavement Rehabilitation and Widening.
measures such as solar hot water and solar panels and providing opportunities to
C06 - 2018/2019 Franklin St, Maddingley - Road Upgrade raise awareness of environmental issues to the broader community in different ways
Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Saturday 11 (grants up to $3000)
August 2018 at www.tenderlink.com/moorabool. Program Guidelines are available at Council’s website https://www.moorabool.
vic.gov.au
The online application is now available on Council’s website https://www.
moorabool.vic.gov.au/residents/community/community-funding.
For further information please contact Council’s Community and Recreation
Development Department on 5366 7100.
Applicants MUST discuss their application prior to submission with a member of the
Community and Recreation Development Team.

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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to combat addiction
I find it a little disturbing that the Moorabool News has
Sunday 12 noon–8pm not reported the latest Essential Services Commission audit
Thursday: All you can eat salad report that found Moorabool Shire Council had imposed
higher rates than the State imposed “Fair Go Rates” system
with 8–10 main meal choices - By Meg Kennedy
cap in the 2017-2018 period without approval.
$20 Adults, $8 Children
Moorabool Shire was one of 3 Councils that were found The Moorabool Drug Action Group, comprised of community members to
Friday: Happy Hour 5-7pm, $3.50 to have made an error and were by far the one that got it advocate and educate the prevention of drug and alcohol use in the Moorabool
pots, Bar Nibbles and Meat Raffle incorrect by a greatest margin. area, has recently held a workshop to combat addiction in the community.
Wed, Fri, Sat & Sunday The other 76 Councils were compliant with the State Speakers at the workshop included members from Odyssey House Victoria,
Full Dinner Menu Available Government imposed cap of 2%. Djerriwarrh Health Services and Victoria Police, as well as a presentation
Live Music: (Most Sundays) Even though it was not a major non-compliance Moorabool from the Alcohol and Drug Foundation.
1–4pm, Phone or Check our Shire Council should recognise that errors like this MDAG member Senior Constable Jim Ross said the workshop was an
facebook page. undermine the integrity of the “Fair Go Rates” system in the incentive to “start the ball rolling” on a community action plan.
eyes of the ratepayers. It is essential to preserve the integrity “There were many topics discussed, including effects addiction has on
General Store, Large Beer Garden
of this system. individuals, the family and broader community,” he said.
Open: Monday 10am–3pm, I am at a bit of a loss as to how this happened, and it must Local businesses were also invited to attend the event.
Tuesday to Saturday 10am–1am, certainly be an embarrassment to Council. “MDAG believes that a ‘whole community’ approach, and local community
Sunday 10am–11pm I assume that Council Officers completed the initial members with vast experiences and business are part of this community”,
calculations and also assume these rate rise calculations said Mr Ross.
3 Greendale-Myrniong Rd would have been thoroughly audited and checked by Each community has its own “varied incentives” on combating drug and
Greendale managers before being imposed on the ratepayer. alcohol addiction, and Mr Ross explained that “each community is different
Phone 5368 1355 Is it just coincidence that for the last 3 financial years council with various issues”.
officers have produced a report for Council recommending
“Local groups such as MDAG can identify and address specific issues
that Council should apply to the Essential Service
relative to its community.”
Commission for approval to increase the rates by more than
The MDAG, which formed in 2015, aims to bring together the community
the State Government imposed cap?
in preventing and reducing drug related harms and crime in the Moorabool
Fortunately, for the past 2 financial years Councillors have
Shire Council.
voted against this motion.
According to the Victorian Crime Statistics Agency, data recorded from
Glenn Townsend
2006-2015 demonstrated a faster rate of drug use and possession in Victoria’s
Bacchus Marsh regional towns and cities, compared to metropolitan and rural areas.

Extensive Tasty Menu
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By Caitlin Bewley

Come in and try (1st Yr Swinburne Uni)

our Special Meals: Dear Editor,
Re: TRAFFIC CONGESTION AT DARLEY BRIDGE
The assault of a woman in her Bacchus Marsh home may be due to
“underlying issues”, Magistrate Bruce Cottrell told the court on August 3.

- Flat Rice Noodles It is apparent that VicRoads is incapable of organising Greg McKay, a warehouse manager, allegedly assaulted his wife of 20 years
on April 1 of this year.
traffic flow over the Darley Bridge and has not been able to
- Peking Duck achieve anything like a good flow from the original traffic
Police prosecutor lawyer Jenna Bridges told the court in a summary of
charges it all stemmed from a verbal disagreement.
- San Choy Bao light installation. The only time it worked recently was
when the lights were on flash for a day and the flow was
“The accused was hitting the victim and grabbed her around the throat.”
McKay was allegedly pushing and hitting the victim in the arm and head.
*All Meals and fantastic, no delays and to my knowledge no accidents. Why
don’t they use inroad detection, why do we have to continue
“The accused proceeded to grab her (victim) by the throat, pushing her into

Sauces Home Made suffering due to their incompetence? Technology is available
a glass door,” Bridges said.
“The victim then grabbed their nine-month-old daughter in an attempt to
to handle this task efficiently and save a lot of distress as we stop the abuse from continuing. McKay continued to hit his wife whilst she
wait sometime for four changes of lights northbound and held their child in her arms for safety.
sit there at the ramp for up to two minutes and then there is “The victim managed to get the accused outside of the house, locking him
the long delay to release Ballarat bound traffic turning right. outside until the police attended the scene.”
By the time the system clears the Ballarat bound cars are McKay was later arrested at the family home after being found to have
probably at Ballan. jumped the back fence.
Perhaps it is time for us to ask VLINE to operate the The accused’s lawyer told the court that “[McKay’s] wife is in attendance
today”.
intersection – they at least seem to have some skills compared
“She states that nothing like this has happened before and nothing like this
Mon-Sat 5.00–10.00pm to the incompetent oafs at VicRoads.
will ever happen again,” the defence said.
Sunday 5.00–9.30pm John Beaton The case was stood down for the accused to obtain a community corrections
Closed Tuesdays DARLEY order assessment, which the accused’s lawyer described as “positive.”
Magistrate Cottrell told the court “violence against women in the home
129 Main Street, shouldn’t be tolerated and it won’t be tolerated.”
Bacchus Marsh “This seems to have been a one-off occurrence and was caused by the use of
Ph: 5367 1365 alcohol,” Magistrate Cottrell said. “But that’s an explanation, not an excuse.”
McKay was sentenced to a community corrections order for nine-months
or 5367 2090 and advised to undergo treatment and rehabilitation for alcohol dependency.
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The Pottery Group
ADULT EDUCATION Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall MARKETS
Ballan & District Community House (next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Ballan Lions Club Market
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Next market – Saturday 1 September 2018
call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au Bacchus Marsh Playgroup First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm.
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre (Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne).
Short courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & Darley Market - Saturday 18 August, 8am - 1pm. 1st &
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday 3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066.
3rd Saturday each month at Darley Park Football Reserve.
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Moorabool Mission Recovery Group
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan).
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College
Courses and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean Ballan Farmers Market - Next Market – Saturday 8
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- September, 9am-1pm. 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage
U3A Bacchus Marsh Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. car park. Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
Active seniors social learning, for daily activities contact Ballan Playgroup
5367 5341 or visit our website - www.u3abacchus.org.au Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church CHURCH
Hall  - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
MEETINGS 905 558 Tamsin.  Service Times - St John’s Ballan  - 1st & 3rd Sundays -
CWA - The Marshians Night Branch Bacchus Marsh Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club 9:30am; 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am Family Service; St John’s
Meet first Tuesday of month - The Hub, Wittick St, Darley,7pm.  Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Bungaree – 1st Sunday 6pm Saturday; 2nd, 3rd, 4th Sundays,
Enquiries - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012. 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after
9am. Enq. - Rev. Wesley - 5368 2730. 
Ballan & District CWA each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170.
Ballan Anglers Inc Ballan Uniting Church (St Paul’s)
Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday each month. RSL Hall,
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Services 11.15am every Sunday.
Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome - enquiries to 0407 992
767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail.com 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – B3 Community - Focused, family friendly church with
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club 0400 003 936. a difference. Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368 Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
2255 or Ray 5368 1177. month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Enquiries - 1300 660 068.
Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics
2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Enq - 0421 222 717. Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm;
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Church of the Living God
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St,
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Lal Lal Photo Group Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
EXHIBITION 2018 Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Lal Lal Soldier’s Memorial Hall
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Sunday 19th August 2018 Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
10am-3pm Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Womens Wellness Luncheon Non-denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Hundreds of images on display Saturday 18th August 11.30 – 4pm $30 per ticket KYB Monday evenings 6pm (0429 681 566.) Ladies KYB
Wednesday 1pm (5367 6834).
Trophy ceremony 2.30pm Guest speaker Catherine King
Bacchus Marsh Life Church
A fun and informative day is guaranteed.
Refreshments available Last tickets available from Reception at The Laurels Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
229 Main St Bacchus Marsh in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Contact: secretary@lallalmooraboolphotographicgroup.org
St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Jenny Gibson 0422 105 796
Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
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What An Opportunity! REIV to fight
‘Nanny State’
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Ovens-Murray has a 1.4 per
cent vacancy rate and Gee-
long and the Barwon region
is at 1.9 per cent.
The REIV has advocated
strongly against the Resi-
dential Tenancies Act which
would swing the pendulum
of rights overwhelming to-
wards renters, with property
1 Fisken Street, Bacchus Marsh owners stripped of control
over what goes on in their
Auction this Satuday! GIL KING house, unit or apartment.
Consisting of 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, lounge, CEO, REIV Under the changes, land-
kitchen/meals area this property provides a lords will not have a say if
Property owners and rent- pets are permitted to live in
fantastic opportunity for a range of buyers. Ideal their residences or if modifi-
ers living in regional Victoria
for the home buyer looking for a renovation/ should be concerned about cations can take place which
extension project in a great location, or the the Victorian Government’s is unreasonable considering
investor/developer looking for a rental return on proposed ‘Rent Fair’ leg- the possible negative impact
islation, which they’ve an- on the property’s value.
their investment whilst preparing approvals for
nounced will be introduced The REIV also objects to
redevelopment (STCA). The block is approximately to Parliament during the capping bonds to four week’s
695m2 and is within walking distance to all the week beginning 6 August. rental, the withdrawal of the
facilities that our lovely town has to offer. Auction Rental vacancy rates in re- 120 day ‘no reason’ notice to
vacate and burdening land-
on the 18th August at 11.00am. gional Victoria are already
very low and the REIV fears lords with the expense and
that this new ‘nanny state’ responsibility of disposing
legislation will discourage of abandoned goods and
property owners from rent- furniture.
ing out their houses as it all We appreciate that the Vic-
becomes too hard and too torian Government’s inten-
much of a risk. tion is to improve conditions
The latest REIV data for July for renters, but these chang-
shows that Victoria’s region- es may have the reverse ef-
al vacancy rate is sitting at fect as property owners are
1.5 per cent, compared with likely to remove their dwell-
1.8 per cent for the entire ings from the market. ‘Rent
State, which means there are Fair’, in its current form, will
just 1.5 houses available for result in greater screening
rent out of every 100. of applicants and increased
The vacancy rate for Bal- rents.
larat and Central Highlands The REIV will continue
is the lowest at just 1.1 per discussions with all sides of
cent, Bendigo and Loddon’s politics to reach a reasonable
is 1.3 per cent, Wodonga and outcome on this issue.

www.arbeerealestate.com.au
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
Arbee Real Estate
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W
NE TING
LIS HOMES
ON SHOW
Saturday
10.15-10.45am
Photo ID required

3 2 2 3 2 3
Bacchus Marsh 3 Steele Court Bed Bath Car
Bacchus Marsh 6 O’Hagan Place Bed Bath Car

Handy to Everywhere Private Sale Quiet Retreat in Neighbourly Court Private Sale
There is plenty of room to live, relax Set on a super sized 1200 sqm parcel
Price Contact agent Price $575,000 – $610,000
and entertain in this immaculate kept of land is this family home surrounded
home with easy care gardens. Located Office 2/137 Main Street, by lush greenery and positioned in Office 2/137 Main Street,
in a private court setting and only Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 quiet court only minutes from Bacchus Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
minutes from the vibrant main street Marsh’s thriving main street shopping
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
shopping precinct and popular primary precinct & popular zoned primary
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 schools. The home reveals immense Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
schools this home will certainly impress
with it’s many features, so call today to Web www.lensmith.com.au open plan living zones, updated Web www.lensmith.com.au
make your appointment. kitchen with SS appliances extending
to a beautiful covered outdoor
entertainment area.

HOMES
ON SHOW HOMES
Thursday ON SHOW
5.30-6.00pm Saturday
Saturday 3.00-3.30pm
1.00-1.30pm Photo ID required
Photo ID required

4 2 1 3 2 4
Bacchus Marsh 15 Madden Drive Bed Bath Car
Toolern Vale 212 Andersons Road Bed Bath Car

Beautifully Renovated Home with Private Sale Unique Home with Mesmerising Views Private Sale
Superb Indoor/Outdoor Liveability This instantly engaging home is
Price $685,000 - $750,000 Price $680,000 - $720,000
Classic built home in a peaceful yet destined to impress with it’s beautiful
convenient setting within walking Office 2/137 Main Street, views, long list of features and versatile Office 2/137 Main Street,
distance to schools, village shopping Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 floor plan. A stunning renovation is Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
centre and parkland. Four bedrooms all complete offering 2 living zones,
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
and two lavish bathrooms and a raft 2 bathrooms, a gorgerous kitchen
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 with quality appliances, alfresco Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
of modern features including ducted
central heating, gas fireplace, split Web www.lensmith.com.au entertainment area, double garage and Web www.lensmith.com.au
system AC and smeg SS appliances. 13m x 7m colourbond workshop, land
Established front & rear gardens and size is nearly 1 acre (3292sqm) with
auto-remote to garage/workshop. town water connected.

HOMES
HOMES ON SHOW
ON SHOW Thursday
Saturday 5.30-6.00pm
12.00-12.30pm Saturday
Photo ID required 2.00-2.30pm
Photo ID required

4 2 2 4 2 2
Bacchus Marsh 21 Lone Pine Square Bed Bath Car
Darley 18 Manning Blvd Bed Bath Car

Modern Day Family Home Private Sale Renovated Home, 1 Acre, Large Shed Private Sale
Excellent in design and crafted this 4394m2 Land
Price $470,000 - $490,000 Price $789,000
home is tailor-made for modern Set away from the road is this fully
family living with its large open plan Office 2/137 Main Street, renovated family home, offering a Office 2/137 Main Street,
living zones, 4 generous bedrooms, 2 Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 peaceful lifestyle of comfort and Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
bathrooms and double car garage all convenience, flawlessly presented and
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
set on an approximate 600 sqm parcel surrounded by other exceptional homes
of land. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 in the prestigious Manning Estate. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

Web www.lensmith.com.au Web www.lensmith.com.au
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 16 Pilmer Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 57 Wittick Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 1 1 1 2

Perfect Location, Perfect Home A Place To Call Home
Centrally located in one of our premier streets this home of 3 bedrooms,
This charming Swenrick Cottage is a rare find indeed. Situated on a
2 bathrooms plus a second lounge/study/4th bedroom presents
large 831m² block close to schools, shops & sporting facilities oozes
beautifully. Master has WIR & ENS, & bedrooms 2 & 3 have BIRs.
character from the moment you walk through the front door it gives
Ducted heating and cooling installed throughout. Single garage & also
you a warm & inviting feeling, with plenty of scope to extend and add
a single carport. The home is fitted with solar panels to save on your
your own personal touch.
energy costs and roller shutters for added security.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $590,000-$640,000 FOR SALE $390,000-$420,000
CONTACT
WEB
Daryl 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au NEW LISTING CONTACT
WEB
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 12 Moore Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 40 Grey Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 3 1 2

Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover Invest in Me!!
Family home on a 1011m2 block has to be inspected to be appreciated. 3 bedroom 1 bathroom house is an ideal investment. Spacious lounge
Built to utilise the slope of the land, beautifully presented 3 bedroom, 2 room with gas wall heater. Kitchen & meals area has wall a/c. Bedrooms
bathroom home with 2 great living areas. The lower level brings us into 1 & 2 have BIRs & bedroom 3 is big. Large brick garage & workshop
a huge rumpus room with your own wine cellar under the staircase. approx. 9m x 6m with roller door, concrete floor, power & mechanics pit
Large double garage, adjoining workshop and toilet with vanity, as well & large backyard on 800m2. Walking distance to the Darley Shopping
as under house storage area. centre. Currently tenanted with tenant keen to stay on long term.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $580,000-$620,000 FOR SALE $375,000-$395,000
CONTACT
WEB
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au NEW LISTING CONTACT
WEB
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au

AUCTION 1 Fisken Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 17 Leila Court, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 4 4 2

What An Opportunity! Family Home, Large Block!
Consisting of 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, lounge, kitchen/meals area this Excellent family home of 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms & 3 living areas on
property provides a fantastic opportunity for a range of buyers. Ideal a huge 1100m2 block. Master with Ens, remaining 3 bedrooms with
for a renovation/extension project in a great location, or the investor/ BIRs. Dining area, lounge and kitchen meals provide access to huge
developer (STCA). The block is approximately 695m2 and is within undercover outdoor entertaining area. Gas log fire in the lounge & gas
walking distance to all the facilities that our lovely town has to offer. heater & wall a/c in the kitchen meals area. Double carport, spacious
backyard, fully fenced above ground pool, studio/shed and shedding.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
AUCTION Saturday 18th August 11.00am FOR SALE $620,000-$650,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 62 Halletts Way, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 2 Simpson Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 4 2 16

Unique Development Opportunity Unique Gem In The Heart of Town
3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home on 900sqm block with plans & permits
Presenting a rare opportunity to purchase this fully refurbished 4
for 2 x 6 star energy rated, 2 bedroom, one bathroom, single garage
bedroom home with substantial shedding that can accommodate up to
units to the rear. Generate a rental income from the house while you
15 cars. On a huge 1880m² parcel of prime residential land in one of the
develop the rear. House currently returning $16,640pa & flexible
best streets in the Bacchus Marsh CBD.
settlement terms are available. Visit our website today for full plans,
soil tests, rental appraisals, Section 32.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $620,000-$670,000 FOR SALE $790,000 - $840,000
CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 Liam 0407 385 297 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 53 Horder Crescent, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 180 Masons Lane, Bacchus Marsh
6 3 5 4 2 4

More Than Meets The Eye 5.5 Acres Close To Town
Generous 1100sqm allotment in the very popular Elms Estate, beautiful Beautiful family home, huge outdoor entertaining area & extensive
spacious home allows for combined family living. 6 bedrooms, all with shedding. 4 bedrooms, master with WIR & ens, remaining 3 with BIRs,
BIRs & Ens to master, + 2 additional bathrooms, living areas & laundry. spacious kitchen with island bench & an adjacent meals area & huge
The extension to the original house is perfect for independent living. lounge room. Ducted evap cooling, reverse cycle a/c & wood heater.
Ducted heating & cooling in both areas of the home & great storage. Outdoor entertaining area joins the house to the 400sqm shedding.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $690,000 - $750,000 FOR SALE $1,750,000 - $1,850,000
CONTACT Denise Sniegowski 0456 044 024 CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Denise Sniegowski Liam Gair
5367 2333 0475 888 101 0409 233 157 0429 671 990 0456 044 024 0407 385 297

www.arbeerealestate.com.au
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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14 Jonathan Drive, Darley
INTRODUCING OUR NEW OFFICE!
YPA Bacchus Marsh

NOW OPEN
SOLD IN 1 WEEK
Same Network | Same Passion | New Location
Darley 62 Nelson Street 4 2 2

Gorgeous Home in the Heart of Grantleigh
Located in the highly sought after Grantleigh Estate sits this magnificent
family home on approx. 875m2. Meticulously cared for and loved by its current
owners. Open plan kitchen, meals and lounge area; with stone benchtops, 900m
stainless steel appliances, dishwasher and butler’s pantry. Additional living area/
theatre can be found off the hallway, along with master bedroom with spacious
walk in robe and ensuite with double vanity shower niche and separate toilet.
The remaining three bedrooms are a great size with built in robes.

Private Sale $729,000 - $759,000
Inspect Saturday 18th August 11.00-11.30am
Photo ID required
Contact Alannah Shea 0412 856 347
Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621

Thinking of Selling? Call Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621 or Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082

YPA BACCHUS MARSH 5310 1333
4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh ypa.com.au
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Lot 2 Pattinsons Lane, Korobeit
INTRODUCING OUR NEW OFFICE!
Sold by Alannah Shea

YPA Bacchus Marsh

NOW OPEN
We chose Alannah and the wonderful team at YPA Bacchus Marsh
to sell our land in Korobeit. She had great knowledge of the area,
was professional, polite and kept us well informed throughout the
whole process. The block sold in 1 Week and we are very happy
Same Network | Same Passion | New Location
with the price achieved. We will be recommending Alannah and
the team at YPA to all our family and friends.
E: alannahs@ypa.com.au M: 0412 856 347

The Busy Spring Selling Season is on the Horizon!
Ensure your properties sale price is stretched to its maximum and call your local number one Auctioneer!

SOLD - $120,000 ABOVE RESERVE SOLD - $95,000 ABOVE RESERVE

Outstanding agent – Vendor Review
“Shane is a highly experienced, professional and knowledgeable real estate agent.
His knowledge of the local area is superb. His positive can do attitude, great presentation
and huge smile really brings out his confidence and tops off his professionalism. We have
sold many houses previously and this was the best hassle free experience encountered.
We would highly recommend Shane to all our friends and family and would definitely
be using Shane in future sales. Awesome work!”
CallCall
Thinking of Selling? Team O’Brien
Vickie Today
Ramon 0403 194–621
0431 766 O’Brien
or Shane 082 0431 766 082

YPA BACCHUS MARSH 5310 1333
4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh ypa.com.au
Trade & Business
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AIR CONDITIONING ANTENNAS ANTENNAS
FRIGWORKS 
AIRCONDITIONING
EXPRESS ANTENNAS
• Heavy Duty VHF - FM - AM Antennas
& COMMERCIAL
REFRIGERATION • Digital Ready Antennas
Sales Service • Digital Set Top Boxes
& I n s t a l l a t i o n s PIC 109528 • Amplifiers
Authorised by The Australian Refrigeration Council AU 34822 • TV & VCR Tuning
0411 649 321  • Extra Points
53686363  • All Work Guaranteed 7 Days
Email: inquiries@frigworks.com.au • Pensioner Discount Mob: 0417 711 712 Ph: 5367 5857

AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMATIC GATES CATERING
Complete Maintenance Services CROWN

S
CM
■ Automotive service and repair
• Qualified and experienced mechanics
■ Vehicle hoist install, maintenance & repair
■ Mobile Service available
CATERING
“Food fit for a King”
• Log book servicing ■ Batteries ■ Tyres ■ 4x4 specialist
■ Material handling repairs & maintenance Corporate functions,
• Tyre supply & puncture repairs AFTER HOURS 24/7 SERVICING Engineering Weddings, Birthdays,
• Brake replacement including inhouse machining & REPAIRS (by appointment) • Automatic Gates and Doors. Dinner Parties, Funerals,
• Oils, filters, coolants available for purchase Call Simon 0419 750 753 • Security Bars and Grills • CCTV Engagements, Christenings
• VACC accredited COURTESY CAR AVAILABLE • All Security needs • On-site welding Phone Dianne
• 24/7 breakdown towing available 11 Kennedy Place, Maddingley Located in Wallace Qualified Chef
115 Inglis Street Ballan Phone 0418 379 265 0428 682 366
Ph 5368 1968 strongfitengineering@gmail.com didebono@itaus.net

BUILDING AND HOME MAINTENANCE / FARM SERVICES

Modern day maintenance for your home, farm or rural property
♦ Kitchen and bathroom renovations ♦ Small excavation & trenching FREE
QUOTES:
♦ Home and building maintenance ♦ Augur drilling, post holes, footings H.I.A.
♦ Verandahs and decking ♦ Bobcat & dingo services Builders
♦ Horse and animal shelters ♦ Driveways & yard maintenance Licence
Accredited
♦ New fencing and fence maintenance ♦ Need something done? JUST ASK!
Call Steve: 5360 8394 Mobile: 0499 102 139 www.bascotrading.com.au

CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING ENGINEERING ELECTRICIAN
GREENDALE CLEANING SERVICES
Carpet Cleaning, Upholstery, Tile, Grout, Windows, Concrete,
ROSSCO ENGINEERING AND SALES MN212G4

Auto & Marine Upholstery, Vinyl Stripping & Sealing
- Manufacturing - Metals - Engineering On Site
- Hydraulic Hoses & Fittings - Powder Coating
Senior - Sand Blasting - Custom Fabrication - Welding ◆ COMMERCIAL
discou
QUALIFIED nt s - Steel Sales - Engineering Supplies ◆ INDUSTRIAL
CARPCIET
AN 13 Reddrop St, Bacchus Marsh ◆ RESIDENTIAL
TECHNI All areas CALL CHRIS TABB
PH: 5367 1141
Steve 0490 387 657 AH: 0418 301 841 Mob 0419 397 393
www.greendalecleaning.com.au 0407 847 781 www.rosscoengineering.com.au ballaneeelectrical@bigpond.com

ELECTRICIAN ELECTRICIAN EXCAVATION

A 2B EARTHWORKS
Excavator, Bobcat & Tipper
■ Industrial/Automation ■ Solar Power/Solar Hot Water ✸ All types of fencing ✸ Retaining walls
• Split systems ■ Commercial ■ Energy Management ✸ Driveways ✸ Tree/Waste Removal
• New Installations
• Renovations ■ Residential ■ Free LED lighting ✸ Post holes & footings ✸ Horse Arenas
• Pat Testing 2 Osborne Street, Bacchus Marsh ✸ Rock Walls ✸ Trenching

Ph: 5368 2001
• 24 Hour Emergency Service ✸ Dams ✸ Redgum Firewood
E: flowsmartelectrical@hotmail.com No job too small. Reliable service and competitive rates.
W: www.flowsmartelec.com.au
M: 0433 348 403 www.keemin.com.au REC 5096 Phone Andrew 0439 681 120

EXCAVATION FENCING FLORIST

Peter Fry Bacchus

Bobcat & Small Tipper
Site Clean Up
& General Earthworks
Fencing Pty Ltd
Farm Fencing
looMs
Flowers for all occasions
by Mel
Weekend Work Wedding Specialist Call for an appointment
Phone: 5367 1909 Mobile: 0419 112 862
Ph Steve 0439 476 966 Adam: 0428 519 855 Phone Melinda 0418 103 533
Trade & Business
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GARAGE DOORS GARDENING GARDENING SERVICES HANDYMAN
Shugg Gardening
FIX IT
Door Services Victoria Two Birds
Garden GENERAL MAINTENANCE
*Repairs and New Doors
*Remotes and Motors Services Services
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*All Types of Servicing • Garden Maintenance
• Lawn Mowing & Edging
• Lawns Mowed
• Gardens Maintained General Garden & House Maintenance Prepare
*24 hrs 7 Days
*Eftpos Available
• Rubbish Removal • Garden Clean Ups
• Mulching, Fertilising • Fully Insured
• Rubbish Removed
• Rubbish Removal • Gutter Cleaning
• Instant Lawn • Landscaping • Paving
your house
Call Andrew 0417 385 483
• Residential & Rental, Rural,
Vacant Land, Industrial Estates
• Instant Turf Laid
• Landscaping
• Small tree trimming & removal For Sale
• Painting “WE DO IT ALL”
www.doorservicesvic.com.au • Free Quotes Available
Phone 0437 899 417 or 0407 636 345
• Fully Insured
Brad: 0427 725 192 Free Quotes
andrew@doorservicesvic.com.au Matt 0422 115 615 fixit.wedoitall@gmail.com
E: twobirdsgardenservices@gmail.com

HANDYMAN HANDYMAN MOTOR WRECKERS PAINTING

Mark’s Handyman $$ AFFORDABLE $$ BALLAN MOTOR TOPLINE COATINGS
Service HOME & GARDEN WRECKERS Master Painter & Decorator
~~~~ SERVICES ~~~~
Complete Home Maintenance Indoor and outdoor painting
New and used parts for • General Domestic & Commercial Painting BCD40106
MBA126237
• Carpentry • Painting including plaster repairs, most makes and models. • Wallpapering, Faux & Specialised finishes
• Verandahs & decking Pruning of all fruit trees and roses,
Vehicles wanted - • Complete Handyman & property maintenance service
Weed Spraying & Trees Trimmed, • Plastering & General building repairs
• Tiling • Plastering Planting, Repotting, New Mulch, Free pickup.
• Free Quotes
• Bathroom renovations Pressure Washing of Concrete,
Ph: (03) 5368 2888
25% off all work Contact Neil Harty Ph: 5367 1776
Mobile: 0458 831 657 26 HADDON DRIVE BALLAN 3342 Mob: 0418 312 288 Email: neilharty1@gmail.com
FRANK 0427 184 808

PAINTING PLUMBING PLUMBING PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
BALLAN & DISTRICT
LEETE PLUMBING SHORCANE CONSTRUCTIONS

MN10071G
PLUMBING
• Wallpaper • Minor Plastering Repairs
SERVICES Mark Reddish • Renovations • Bathroom • Kitchens
• Graffiti Removal • New Homes Servicing Ballarat, 0418 343 547 • General Carpentry • Pergolas • Decks
• Restoration & Repainting of Bacchus Marsh, Ballan
Residential Properties • General Plumbing • Roofing • Retaining Walls • Tiling • Painting • Plaster
• Decking Specialists and Daylesford • New Homes & Alterations • Bobcat & Tipper Hire • Programmed property maintenance
PH: 0427 502 760 • Dishwasher Installations
E: lucky.phil066@bigpond.com • Maintenance Big or small jobs - Guaranteed and Insured
W: www.leeteplumbingservices.com • Surrounding Areas Ray 0419 544 332
jcfarley@iinet.net.au Reg. 24148
reg 20152 Email: ballananddistrictplumbing@gmail.com shorcane@gmail.com PO Box 250 Bacchus Marsh VIC 3340

PLUMBING RUBBISH REMOVAL SEPTIC CLEANING SMASH REPAIRS STONEMASON
BALLANPTYPLUMBING TIDY SKIPS.COM Septic Tank BODY CLINIC WILSON
MEMORIALS
SMASH REPAIRS
LTD Cleaning Ivers
STONEMASONS
Specialising in Waste Water Treatment Systems
CHEAPER BECAUSE Service Liquid BALLARAT
• General Plumbing • Grease Traps Waste -VACC Accredited -All work guaranteed & All District Cemeteries
• Pump sales and service WE’RE LOCAL -Courtesy Car available by appointment ✿✿✿
• Hot water sales and installation • Septic Tanks - Repairer for all insurance companies Headstones & Monuments
PH 0418 145 316 • Triple Interceptors - Low Bake Oven for Factory Finish All Memorial Works
Come visit us at our retail shop - Car-o-liner chassis straightener ✿✿✿
155 Inglis Street BALLAN • Industrial Waste - Dustless sanding - Spot welder Ph 5335 8074 Fax 5336 2669
- 24hr secured, monitored premises 814 Latrobe St Ballarat, 3350
Phone: 03 5368 1036 MELTON, BACCHUS MARSH Hayden Ivers
Ph: (03) 5368 2888 Also Stone Benchtops
Mob: 0419 400 025 www.wilsonmemorials.com.au
Email: info@ballanplumbing.com.au
www.ballanplumbing.com.au
& SURROUNDING SUBURBS Ph: (03) 5367 3016 26 HADDON DRIVE BALLAN 3342 info@wilsonmemorials.com.au

SELF STORAGE STOCKFEED TRANSPORT TILER

The Bacch Shed Self Storage STOCKFEED TILER
25kg bag
(Rear of SuperCheap Auto) • Floor and Wall
• Brand new • Alarmed and secure Oaten Chaff $15
Lucerne Chaff $20 • Household
• Various sizes • Commercial and Domestic
Oats $15, Barley $15 • Commercial
• Central • Access 7 days a week
Enter from either Main Street or Young Street
Wheat $15, Combo $18 • No job too small
Phone orders –
**Opening mid-August • FREE measure & quote
0429 017 802 (Laurie)
Ph 0407 440 551 (at Ballan Farmers Market Call Stuart on
210 Main St, BACCHUS MARSH - Saturday 15 September)
0400 642 727

TOWN PLANNERS TREE LOPPING TREE REMOVAL WATER WATER
Tiger Natural Spring Water
A & J TREE Spring Water
LOPPING &
Tanks,
REMOVAL For Swimming Pools, Pools,
Household Tanks,
Town Planning Applications for
Won’t be beaten on price Tree Trimming & Felling Stock,
Stock,
• Subdivisions
• Rural Dwellings All work GUARANTEED Stump Removal
Mulching Service Roadworks Hire Gardens,
• Commercial Development and INSURED
Free Quotation & Same Day Service
Fully Insured Call Gary McTigue Everything!
Phone Allan Fenwick
Jack – 0409 289 700 0447 000 740 0419 008 027 0437 96 00 34
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LOCAL CLASSIFIEDS
Classified ad bookings close 12PM Friday.
Bookings on (03) 5368 1966 or by email —
sales@themooraboolnews.com.au
Email must include full contact details or
advertisement cannot be placed.

DEATH NOTICE FUNERALS MUSIC
DOMINGUEZ, Ian Charles
24.03.1940- 08.08.2018
Lost and Found
Passed away peacefully at “Glenview”, Rutherglen.

MN02304G2
Much beloved husband of Rini (dec.)
Loved and adored Father of Samantha, Sean Piano Lessons
and Susanna, father-in-law of Jono. piano & keyboard
Much loved Grandad Ian of Jake, Zoe and Kyle. beginner guitar
Loving Great-Grandfather of Jye and little one on the way. double bass
(Gordon)
Finally at peace, no more pain, reunited with Mum.
“Dad – you are our strength and our knowledge” Tim Nelson
0450 904 464
Funeral Notice
Mrs Betty Patricia Banks
SITUATION VACANT
Moorabool News
FUNERAL NOTICE
Accounts Receivable/Admin Officer
Tuesday 19th June 2018 DOMINGUEZ Pinegro Products is a Bacchus Marsh based business
Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mr seeking to employ an Accounts Receivable/Admin Officer for
Ian Charles Dominguez will be offered at St Bernard’s
BANKS - (nee Cooper) 30 hours per week.
Catholic Church, Lerderderg Street, Bacchus Marsh on
The Funeral Service for the late Mrs Betty Patricia Banks will be held at St John’s Anglican Church, The successful applicant will possess the following: APC Notice
Simpson Street, Ballan on Friday, June 22nd 2018 commencing at 2.00pm. At least 5 years’ experience working in an office environment,
Thursday,
At the Conclusion August
of the Service,16, 2018
the Funeral commencing
will leave
No Flowers By Request
at 11.00am
the Church for the Ballan New Cemetery.
specifically possessing strong excel, word, office skills and a
Aa donation
In Lieu please consider Private to theCremation will offollow
Ballan Hospital in memory Betty. Envelopes will be demonstrated ability in the areas of accounts receivable/payable
systems. Experience1. Obligation to publish
regarded. – Designated Resolution 5
provided at the Church.
IN THE CARE OF in MYOB would be highly
Good communication and problem solving skills. Able to work
autonomously and within Publication
5. a team environment.of notices about the Council
If you fit the above requirements, please email your application
BALLAN BACCHUS MARSH
53676733
(1) Each publisher must publish a notice about the Council in each print publication it
and cover letter to office@pinegro.com.au
michaelcrawfordfunerals.com.au controls and on each website it controls.
(2) VACANT
SITUATION The content and format of the notice will be as determined from time to time by the
Council. The notice is to be Female Cross in
published Breed Tan – Found
a prominent in Darley
position on the same page as l
IN MEMORIAM PART TIME - to Casual
the editor or the home page of a website, or in such other position as is agreed w
Orchard – garden Lost or Found a dog or cat? Keep up to date with
Jaina, John Peter Executive Director of the Council.
Capable mature person impounded animals on Council’s Pet Adoption
1936-2017 If you enjoy working with plants and people, have mechanical Facebook page – Moorabool Pet Adoption.
In loving memory of a much aptitude, interested to stay fit while working in our small
orchard garden team, we’d love to receive your resume soon. (MSC DAB 2016-003)
loved Husband, Stepdad,
Grandpa, and Great Grandpa.
2. Form
Manual driving license and
essential; first content determined
aid, horticulture or Forby theinformation
more Councilcontact
– Council
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Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club
Round 16
Under 13s Div 1 open.
Bacchus Marsh SC Blue Drew with Ballarat Red SC. (1 - 1)
Goals: Nicholas Misiti ( 1 )
Ballarat Football League
Under 13s Div 2 open.
Round 16
Bacchus Marsh SC Yellow Defeated Ballarat White SC. (2 - 0)
Ballarat 8.10-58 defeated by 13.8-86 Melton
Goals: Cameron Gilliland ( 1 ), Glenn Hobert ( 1 )
Sunbury 6.12-48 defeated by Bacchus Marsh 15.8-98
Under 15s Div 1 Open Sebastopol 9.11-65 defeated by East Point 14.14-98
Bacchus Marsh Blue SC. Lost to Victoria Park Blue SC. (1 - 2) Lake Wendouree 4.8-32 defeated by North Ballarat 17.16-118
Goal: James Riddle ( 1 )
Under 16 Girls.
Bacchus Marsh SC Lost to Victoria Park SC. (0 - 1)
Senior Men’s Div. 2
Bacchus Marsh SC Defeated Buninyong SC. (4 - 0).
Goals: Alexis Joannidis (1), Jayden Cott (2), Josh Hocking (1) Central Highlands Football League
Round 17
Carngham Linton 8.8-56 defeated by Skipton 8.10-58
Bungaree 13.12-90 defeated Ballan 6.5-41
Clunes 14.8-92 defeated Rokewood Corindhap 12.13-85
Creswick 9.5-59 defeated by Springbank 12.8-80
Daylesford 5.3-33 defeated by Dunnstown 11.15-81
Gordon 11.4-70 defeated Buninyong 8.5-53
Learmonth 2.7-19 defeated by Hepburn 18.10-118
Newlyn 10.3-63 defeated by Beaufort 12.19-91

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AFL Goldfields Women’s Football
Elimination Final
Gisborne 31 defeated Bacchus Marsh 28
Photos Tim Saultry

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On Saturday morning Cross Country fami- Wells in 2nd place, closely followed by Xa-
lies gathered at Masons Lane Reserve for the vier Goodman in 3rd. Elise Cook was next
final meet this season. All races were con- home , while Danielle Ide, Tansy Seymour,
ducted on a handicap basis, where athletes James Burton, and Tyrah Doyle were with-
started off using handicap staggered times. in a couple of seconds of each other. Ymir
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marker Deegan Doyle closed on his handi- few seconds behind, Sarah Burton crossed
cap margin crossing the finish line next with the finish line in 3rd place. Only seconds
Imogen Lidgett-Egan not far behind. separated the remaining runners, Macken-
The Open age athletes competed over 3kms, zie Estlick was next home followed by Sailah
completing 3 laps of a 1km course. Back- Wisewould and Anna Seymour.
marker Jack Mutsearts displayed his best The final race for the day saw Jax Coulton
performance for the season overtaking the the only Under 6 runner. To add some excite-
entire field to take line honours, closely fol- ment to the race, Jax set off on his 500m race
lowed by Bridget Henthorn. The much im- with senior athlete Jack Mutsaerts taking up
proved Zoe Wells and Grace Mutsearts ran the challenge to run down Jax, after being
outstanding races while Kayla Downes and given a one minute handicap. Although Jack
Tamara Henry paced each other around the closed in on the margin, a strong sprint fin-
course to finish with a sprint to the finish ish, along with cheering from the crowd, saw
line. Jax cross the finish line in 1st place.
The Under 11 & 12s had a close race over After all races had concluded athletes, fam-
2kms, with Nate Sadhai the strongest per- ily and friends gathered for the Cross Coun-
former taking line honours from Mitchell try season presentations.

Awards were presented as follows:
Champion Athletes:
Myah Estlick (Junior Girl), Deegan Doyle (Junior Boy), Mackenzie Estlick (Intermediate Girl),
Mitchell Wells (Intermediate Boy), Kirsty Bresnan (Senior Girl), Zane Rich (Senior Boy).
Encouragement Awards:
Matilda Flanagan (Junior Girl), Kalan Kucera (Junior Boy),
Tyrah Doyle (Intermediate Girl), Braydn Rich (Intermediate Boy), Kayla Downes (Senior Girl),
Jack Mutsaerts (Senior Boy)
Bronze Awards (25 Runs):
Deegan Doyle, Kalan Kucera, Hudson Wisewould,
Nicholas Ide, Sarah Burton, Mackenzie Estlick, James Burton, Grace Mutsaerts, Jack Mutsaerts
Silver Awards (50 Runs):
Lachlan Goodman, Xavier Goodman, Tamara Henry
Gold Award (75 Runs): Zane Rich
Platinum Award (100 Runs): Kirsty Bresnan
Participation Awards:
Jax Coulton, August Wood, Abbey Noorman, Aisha Lidgett-Egan, Imogen Lidgett-Egan,
Oliver Carr, Riley Rogers, Spencer Wood, Ava Cook, William Flanagan, Oskar Kucera, Noah
Noorman, Emma Stewart, Nate Sadhai, Freya Lidgett-Egan, Elise Cook, Danielle Ide, Tansy
Seymour, Bridget Henthorn, Zoe Wells, Keely Rich, Ymir Travisson-Heafield

BMLAC 2018 Cross Country Champions.
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VALE IAN DOMINGUEZ
FORMER Darley Football Club Coach, Committeeman and
Life Member Ian Dominguez passed away peacefully in the
Glenview Retirement Home, Rutherglen last Wednesday
surrounded by family.
The funeral will be held at the St Bernard’s Catholic Church
in Bacchus Marsh on Thursday August 16 at 11am.
The family welcomes one and all who had any association with Ian during his football
tenure to attend the service.
Ian was an influencial and prominent figure with the Devils at both Junior and Senior levels.
His impact and lasting presence was well received by the wider football community.
He will be sorely missed. Please be sure to attend this celebration of a life well lived. The life
of one, Ian Dominguez.

Bacchus Marsh v Sunbury Netball
Photos Tim Saultry

SIDE BY SIDE - The Darley Football Club Juniors and Seniors came together as one last
Thursday with a super clinic. The turn out was a roaring success. Darley return off their bye
week with an all important road trip to North Ballarat on Sunday in Apple 98.5FM’s Match
of the Round. Live Broadcast from 2pm.

Darley Junior Football Netball Club
Results – Round 15 v Sebastopol U13 Girls Football
Darley 6-3-39 def Gisborne White 3-5-23
FOOTBALL Goals – Maddie Scott 4, Tahlia
U/10 Seniors Tschujasehenko 1, Jessica Hodge 1
Darley 4-5-29 def by Sebastopol 5-3-33 Awards – Ava Holt (BOG), Jamie-Lee
Goals – Elijah Copeman 2, Fletcher Oughtred Moloney, Shanayd Spence, Diamond
1, Johnny McCann Stephenson, Jessica Hodge, Maddie Scott,
Awards – Elijah Copeman, Declan Johansen, Jamie-Lee Moloney, Alyce Sinclair, Memphis
Kai Watkins, Isaac Jordan, Roland D’Courcy, Menz, Emily Cook, Ella Hall, Alynta-Kerry
Brodie King Ribbons
U/10 Reserves
Darley 5-5-35 def Sebastopol 1-1-7 NETBALL
Goals – Lincoln Giles 2, Joey Ford 1, Brodie U/11 Seniors
Hatcher, Jayden Prior Darley 26 def Sebastopol 4
Awards – Ayden Weaver, Jayden Bell, Jayden Goals – Lila Dugan 10, Alanah Tango 9, Mia
Prior, Harry Coy, Joey Ford Hayes 7
U/10 Development Awards – Lila Dugan (BOC), Emma Presnell,
Darley 5-9-39 def Sebastopol 4-2-26 Amber Milner, Lila Dugan
Goals – Jack Patton 1, Kyron, Neil Salmon, U/11 Reserves
Lyane-David Ribbons, Cooper Wallis Darley 25 def by Sebastopol 4
Awards –Top team effort by all. Awards for Goals – Ryley Benbow 19, Shenayd Spence 6
everyone. Awards – Shenayd Spence (BOC), Alexandra
U/12 Seniors Harris, Ellie Murphy, Reese Perry
Darley 12-19-91 def Sebastopol 1-0-6 U/13 Seniors
Goals – Jayven Tanner 3, Cooper Jordan Darley 39 def Sebastopol 8
2, Jett Walker-Collins, Max Hoey, Deacon Goals – Bridie Shanahan 29, Ava Densley 9,
Fawcett 1, Cooper Growcott, Tyler Mitchell Addison Wright 1
Awards – Ned Loft, Cooper Growcott, Jack
Awards – Milly Vallence (BOC), Tahla Ward,
Anderson, Lachlan Nash, Cooper Jordan,
Ruby, Ava Densley, Bridie Shanahan
Jock Mauriks
U/13 Reserves
U/12 Reserves
Darley 44 def Sebastopol 3
Darley 4-5-29 def Sebastopol 2-1-13
Goals – Ella Closter 23, Maddi Vella 10,
Goals – Lucas Closter 1, Noah Johansen,
Charlotte Drevensek 7, Sienna Duggan 2,
Lachlan Bartolo, Aaron Bentley
Jordyn Mace
Awards – Lachlan Kaye, Archie Colbron,
Awards – Charlotte Drevensek (BOC),
Ethan Matthews, Lachlan Bartolo, Angus
Ayla Scicchitano, Jordyn Mace, Maddy
Kristiz, Aaron Bentley, Jack Lewin
Richardson, Emma Shaw
U/14 Seniors
U/15 Seniors
Darley 4-8-32 def by Sebastopol 9-10-64
Darley 28 def by Sebastopol 29
Goals – Aaron Cadman 2, Keenan Chapman
Goals – Britney Ellis 22, Takeya Tanner 5,
1, Brady Wright
Eliza Tango 1
Awards – Rudie Ford, Dylan Cooper, Keenan
Awards – Lilli Condon (BOC), Britney Ellis,
Chapman, Cohan Edwards, Rocky Hoey,
Maddie Djatschenko
Cooper Parsons-Jones
U/14 Reserves U/15 Reserves
Darley 4-1-25 def Sebastopol 3-6-24 Darley 13 def by Sebastopol 28
Goals – Nic Cadman 1, Aidyn Bartolo, Taine Goals – Isabella Di Mieri 11, Molly Magrath 2
Powell, Rudie Forde Awards – Grace Holt (BOC), Isabella Di
Awards – Kowen Ribbons, Brayden Strangio, Mieri, Hollee Iredale, Molly Magrath
Aidyn Bartolo, Aaron Harmon U/17 Seniors
U/16.5 Seniors Darley 30 def Sebastopol 28
No results Goals – Emma Winzar 12, Ella Cook 11,
U/16.5 Reserves Kaylee Banner 7
Darley 5-6-36 def by Sebastopol 8-14-62 Awards – Emma Winzar (BOC), Ella Cook,
Holly van Meel
Goals – Riley Belnaves 2, Mitchell Brislin 1,
Jackson Vella, Jye Burton U/17 Reserves
Awards – Kyle Hodgetts (BOG), Harrison Darley 42 def Sebastopol 10
Barnes, Haydn Thistlewait, Noah Fischer, Goals – Ebony Pigott 18, Tenaya Mills 16,
Austin MacBeth, Jackson Vella, Luke Keeley Growcott 8
Hayward, Luke O’Brien, Josh Dudzic, Tyler Awards – Tenaya Mills (BOC), Keeley
O’Hehir Growcott, Demee Spargo
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Cobras Silence the Doubters
term to lead by 36 points at ldreier’s will to cover the touch, clean below the knees parts of the day in all the head clash in the final term.
the first change. ground was enough to land gathering of the footy had wrong areas - their backline Apple 98.5FM will be broad-
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year), having won all of their up possessions beyond the most parts of the afternoon. was a fair assessment in Saturday, Sebastopol versus
six outings as the playing 30 mark. Stuhldreier is de- The small forward was the difference between the Bacchus Marsh and on Sun-
host. The demoralising loss veloping into your classic equally as effective without two teams. Sure Sunbury day, North Ballarat versus
sees the Lions faced with the hunter and gatherer of the the footy; his tackling and missed Mitch Conn and Darley. Both LIVE this week-
real prospect of missing this footy, an accumulator of pressure act numbers would Lachie Bramble but even end from 2pm.
years’ finals series, a feat un- possessions. His second half have rivalled any player on they would not have been Don’t miss it.
heard of in Sunbury circles. of the season has gone to a the ground. enough. The win for Bac- BACCHUS MARSH 6.3-39
If they were to miss, it would new level on the back of his The Cobras’ effort was not chus Marsh meant more to 8.4-52 15.7-97 15.8-98 def
be the first time since 1994 deserved Vic Country Under missed by coach Travis the club than just the four SUNBURY 0.3-3 2.5-17 3.7-
the club would be a ‘non 18 selection. Hodgson in the post match. points. The travelling Co- 25 6.12-48
starter’ in and amongst the Prime mover and arguably “The effort today was solid bras supporters drove from BACCHUS MARSH
September action. Bacchus Marsh’s most im- over four quarters which the ground with obvious
by Todd Whelan (GOALS) J. Owen 4, B. Spei-
While the Lions faithful im- portant player, Jake Owen was pleasing,” he said. smiles on their faces, hop- ght 3, A.Willits 3, H.Coulton
mersed themselves in flag continued his stellar sea- “I was rapt with the play ing the conviction of the 3, D.Bishop, B.Griffiths.
THE Bacchus Marsh Foot- reunions of a bygone era, son featuring prominently we produced early when the win was a sample of things
BACCHUS MARSH (BEST)
ball Club has responded well past players could only look at both ends. Owen must game was there to be set up. to come. There was a lot to
M. Chisari, N. Stuhldreier,
to defeat a disappointing on in dismay as the Cobras have ended the game with (We) moved the ball better like (of the win) in fairness
J. Chisari, L. Blundell,
Sunbury by 50 points at the ran riot in an ominous re- double figure marks, and at and took our opportunities and based on the weekend’s
D.Burton, B.Griffiths.
Clarke Oval last Saturday. turn to form. least half of those contested. in front of goal. (Our) pres- performance, the Cobras
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The convincing nature of The spread of Bacchus Often the influence of Owen sure on the opposition was
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premiership race. N.Stuhldrier, 2. M.Chisari, 1.
expectation after a horror deeper than their earlier high standards but the vice recent weeks).”
B.Griffiths
wins in what was an encour- captain was ‘on point’ to say Despite business as usual An away meeting with Se-
run of three consecutive Leading Goalkickers
aging team display. the least and hardly missed training over the bye week, bastopol and a home meet-
losses. The win consolidates DARLEY
Midfielder Jacob Chisari, a beat. His four goals were the break has served the Co- ing with Melton will round
their current third plac- H.INGLIS 15
despite suffering a sidelin- merely a sub plot to his bras well. They’d been up for out the Cobras’ home and
ing on the Ballarat Football
ing hamstring injury in overall contribution given a while and given the week- away season as the likeli- B.GRAHAM 15
League ladder. A loss on the
time-on of the final term, he spent nearly half of the end’s result, the freshen up in hood of a precious double J.EDWARDS 14
other hand could well have game helping out in defence. chance in this year’s finals
was simply outstanding. His hindsight has been just what D.ROBSON 11
seen the Cobras fall to fifth. series beckons.
clean hands, in often trying While the Cobras have the doctor ordered. Bacchus M.HANSON 9
There was plenty at stake conditions, were a feature experienced lean times in Marsh looked invigorated The Cobras are almost
for both teams and it wasn’t BACCHUS MARSH
in the much needed win for recent weeks on the win/ and less predictable. Their certain to be without Jacob
long before we knew who the Cobras. There was little A.WILLITS 49
loss front the form of Billy efficiency by foot was better Chisari (hamstring) and
wanted the result more. doubt that it was the elusive Griffiths must be pleasing by their own standards and Daniel Foley (leg) for the J.OWEN 40
The Cobras led from the get rover’s best game in his first for the club. Griffiths made clearly above their Sunbury next fortnight while Captain B.SPEIGHT 36
go, setting up the win with season with the club. a slippery ball appear bone counterparts. The Lions Liam Mullen (nose) is more R.STUHLDREIER 14
a six goal to zero opening Youngster Nicholas Stuh- dry on occasions as his one butchered the footy for most likely to play despite a nasty H.COULTON 14

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A new acquaintance may overwhelm you with a surplus
of charm. Financial undertakings may be subject to fur-
ther negotiation or analysis. A cultural event may have a

Stars & Puzzles
romantic angle.
LEO—July 23-August 22
You are feeling more comfortable with a certain friend
or relative, but don’t reveal too much too soon. Useful
contacts may be closer to home than you imagine.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Your memory plays tricks, so keep a calendar and diary
handy this week. Volunteer projects should be simplified
QUICK PUZZLE
★★★★★★★★ ✯✯✯✯✯✯
before they become unmanageable. Romance is upbeat
after the weekend.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Creative pastimes lead to making enjoyable contacts and
★★★★★★★★ ultimately to improved finances. Events celebrated
through the week are super festive, social and romantic.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ARIES—March 21-April 20 Travel or academic plans may be briefly curtailed, but
Learning to discipline youself is your main task if you there are assorted distractions to keep you involved.
are to improve your academic standing or career status. Among these - romantic reunions, reconciliations and
A new relationship may develop quietly. Don’t force or sports competitions.
rush the matter.
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 Romantic renewal is the theme of the week. A former
A joint project can be profitable, even if you and your admirer may step into the picture, or you discover a new
partner can’t see eye to eye on personal matters. Enter- side to your mate. Finance too is upbeat, with the possi-
tainment is a current theme. People long to be on your bility of a windfall.
guest list.
CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 You may have to swallow some pride in order to make
Commotions are commonplace through this lively noisy an important request. The weekend offers a round of fri-
and often humorous week. Visits with older people bring volity. This week offers a chance to broaden your aca-
immense pleasure. Original ideas may be a little offbeat demic horizons.
for your employer’s taste. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
CANCER—June 22-July 22 Your energy level is impressive. Look for a worthy goal
NO. 9055 A new acquaintance may overwhelm you with a surplus on which to utilize it. Avoid taking risks, especially in
of charm. Financial undertakings may be subject to fur- matters of the heart. You and your partner are on slightly
ACROSS DOWN ther negotiation or analysis. A cultural event may have a different wavelengths.
7. Butterfly (7-5) 1. Song (8) romantic angle.
8. Passionate (6) 2. Competent (4) PISCES—February 20-March 20
9. Changeable (6) 3. Stir up (7) LEO—July 23-August 22 Parntership arrangements should be reviewed for fairness
10. Nimbleness (7) 4. Bird (5) You are feeling more comfortable with a certain friend before either party feels overworked. Domestic matters
12. Watchful (5) 5. Round (8) or relative, but don’t reveal too much too soon. Useful are favourably spotlighted. Perhaps an old spat is at last
15. Obstruct (5) 6. Hades (4) contacts may be closer to home than you imagine. forgotten.
16. Glitter (7) 11. District (8)
18. Romp (6) 13. Dependence (8) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
20. Scoundrel (6) 14. Inform (7) You have a magic touch for settling arguments and gen-
Your memory plays tricks, so keep a calendar and diary erally getting others to appreciate life’s values. As for
22. Sweet (12) 17. Twist (5) handy this week. Volunteer projects should be simplified yourself, you adore life’s good things. Some of these good
19. Garment (4) before they become unmanageable. Romance is upbeat things may well come your way because achievement,
21. Exhibit (4) after the weekend. determination and aggressiveness are accented this year.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS Creative pastimes lead to making enjoyable contacts and
ultimately to improved finances. Events celebrated

SUDOKU
7. Signicant development hatching is in the life of a
chicken? (12). 8. There’s where she went wrong (6). 9. through the week are super festive, social and romantic.
Unfashionable group from the start (6). 10. How the voice SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
from the attic spoke? (7). 12. The foreigners Bess or-
dered right inside (5). 15. Prevents the blemishes re- Travel or academic plans may be briefly curtailed, but
turning (5). 16. In the club, injecting dope into the cheese
(7). 18. Sound of footsteps and someone greeting
NUMBER GAME
there are assorted distractions to keep you involved.
Among these - romantic reunions, reconciliations and
the dog? (6). 20. Practises, for a start, turning the key in sports competitions.
it (6). 22. Little comfort, if you’re crying because the car’s ANSWER BELOW
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
broken down? (4,8).
Romantic renewal is the theme of the week. A former
DOWN admirer may step into the picture, or you discover a new
1. Cancel the scouts’ rally, or assembly, in it (5,3). 2. Put side to your mate. Finance too is upbeat, with the possi-
into water that used to be hot (4). 3. Lets out the man bility of a windfall.
locked inside, to give one a fright (7). 4. Does it help to CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
keep the nursery clean? (5). 5. Support “Save the Strand”
(8). 6. Taking the lady love in, you put your foot in it! (4). You may have to swallow some pride in order to make
11. If you’re no better, you haven’t taken their advice (8). an important request. The weekend offers a round of fri-
volity. This week offers a chance to broaden your aca-
13. Seems angered by the “natural fibres” (8). 14. The demic horizons.
address for delivery (7). 17. New and Cheeky (5). 19. A
male caught inside and hurt (4). 21. Called up, to find AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
her in (4). Your energy level is impressive. Look for a worthy goal
on which to utilize it. Avoid taking risks, especially in
matters of the heart. You and your partner are on slightly
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9054
Oration. 17, Fresh. 19, A-c-he. 21, (d)Ella(c) (rev.).
different wavelengths.
5, But-tress. 6, Sh-O-e. 11, Tipsters. 13, Bristles. 14,
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Down - 1, C-ro-ss out. 2, Was-H. 3, St-Art-le. 4, Broom. PISCES—February 20-March 20
Across - 6, Intemperate. 7, Kiwi. 8, Revolver. 9, Attire.
der. Parntership arrangements should be reviewed for fairness
10, Tirade. 12, Bright. 15, Column. 17, Imagines. 19,
ass-ie. 18, Patter. 20, Tr-E-ats (rev.). 22, Hard shoul- before either party feels overworked. Domestic matters
Arum. 20, Disgruntled.
set. 10, Loft-ily. 12, Se-R-bs. 15, Stops (rev.). 16, Br- are favourably spotlighted. Perhaps an old spat is at last
Down - 1, Striking. 2, Emerge. 3, Velvet. 4, Ball. 5, De-
Across - 7, Break-through. 8, Esther (anag.). 9, Out- forgotten.
pend. 6, Idiot. 11, Reliable. 13, Remedy. 14, Tundra. 15,
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Casino. 16, Mound. 18, Gush.
Screw. 19, Robe. 21, Show. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
cular. 6, Hell. 11, Locality. 13, Reliance. 14, Apprise. 17, You have a magic touch for settling arguments and gen-
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Down - 1, Madrigal. 2, Able. 3, Agitate. 4, Swift. 5, Cir- erally getting others to appreciate life’s values. As for
Across - 6, Fatherly eye. 7, View. 8, Be-sought. 9,
cal. 22, Butterscotch. yourself, you adore life’s good things. Some of these good
Skewe-R. 10, Splash. 12, C-any-on. 15, By-pass. 17,
ity. 12, Alert. 15, Block. 16, Sparkle. 18, Frolic. 20, Ras- things may well come your way because achievement,
Chest-nut. 19, I’d-ea(rning). 20, Score freely.
Across - 7, Cabbage-white. 8, Ardent. 9, Fickle. 10, Agil- determination and aggressiveness are accented this year.
Down - 1, Stowaway. 2, Me-MB-ER. 3, C-loses. 4, Menu.
QUICK SOLUTIONS
5, Me-she’s. 6, F-risk. 11, L-opsid-ed. 13, Agh-a-St. 14,
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9055
Nan-tes (rev.). 15, Biters (anag.). 16, Seedy (CD). 18,
Sport/Motoring
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Tabcorp Park Saturday 11 August

Saturday 11 August, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 9, Winner: Dependlebury (6). Trainer:
Charlie Wootton. Driver: Chris Alford. Photo: Stuart McCormick HRV.

Saturday 11 August, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 8, Vicbred Chamioinship (G3). Winner:
Islandspecialmajor (8). Trainer: Brent Lilley. Driver: Josh Duggan. Photo: Stuart
McCormick HRV.

Get bowling at Bunga
As the football and netball season heads The club will also be hosting a ‘Try Bowls’
into finals, summer sporting organisations day at the Bungaree Recreation Reserve on
are getting ready for the upcoming season. Sunday 26 August at 10am.
Still on a high from three successive BDBD “Everyone is welcome to come along to give
Premierships, Jayson Frawley Tournament the game ago. No experience or bowls are
Director/Selector at Bungaree, said the necessary.
Bungaree Bowling Club is looking to build “The club will help out new bowlers with
further on their success. a set of bowls and anyone wanting to join
“We will be fielding three Saturday as a pennant player will be offered free
pennant sides (Div.4, Div.7 and Div.8 or 9) membership for their first season,” Mr
and one midweek pennant side (Div.5) in the Frawley said.
Saturday 11 August, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 1, Winner: With Gusto (1). Trainer: Graeme
Dalton. Driver: Chris Alford. Photo: Stuart McCormick HRV. upcoming 2018/2019 season, commencing on For more details call 0427 393 063 or find
Saturday 6 October,” he said. them on facebook.

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2002 FORD AU UTE
SUBARU IMPREZA 2013 HOLDEN COMMODORE TOYOTA LANDCRUISER Automatic, dual fuel, towbar,
CHRYSLER NEWPORT 2005 white sedan, V6 auto, 2010 JUMBUCK 4.5 Petrol, Auto, 8 seater, large aluminium tray, 2 tool
Manual, 2.0i and only 1973 Chrysler Newport. tinted electric windows, PROTON UTE 4x4, dual range, 1998, 360k, boxes, 80% tyre tread, new air
47,000km on the clock. Partially restored, left hand rear spoiler, 4 new tyres. Manual, 41,300km, service history, tow bar,

SOLD
cond., recent engine/trans/
(Reg 1EM 3BP) drive. Genuine buyers only. Just serviced. Reg THS764. tow bar, tub liner, 3,500kg tow, A/C, bullbar, diff replaced, fully serviced,
Registered (WBN436). RWC supplied. excellent condition, RWC, country car, dual batteries, new rear disks and pads, 12
Priced to sell $11,490 $15,000 negotiable. $4,750 negotiable 10 months rego. YQU989. great cond, RWC, (1AY5OI) months reg. (ULH188).
Call 0457 085 048 Phone 0488 782 555 Phone 041 833 1190 $9,000 - Phone 0419 335 362 $9,900 ono. Ph 0400 141 811 $3,500 ONO Ph 0400 127 814

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shower, radio, GPS, RC air,
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20ft, full annexe, double bed,
3 way fridge, gas hot plate & 1994 JAYCO EAGLE
115hp Mercury, 6 cyl 2 stroke,
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LPG cooktop, microwave, Canvas annexe, 90L fridge, gear, fish finder, mooring ropes, A/C, heavy duty door, bars on

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grill, new microwave, AC,
awning, 70 lt water, 240 main, plenty of storage, 12V battery, 82L water tank, tare 760kg, ski ropes, anchor, cover, trailer windows, delivery at cost, many
12v aux battery, 73,381km. gas stove and grill, 12 months more sizes available. $6990
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DIAMOND
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DAYS 7 DAY SALE
18MY ASX LS 2WD2
• 18” ALLOY WHEELS
• REVERSING CAMERA
• SMARTPHONE LINK
DISPLAY AUDIO SDA
$24,990
$750

2 4
DRIVE
AWAY 1

3
18MY ECLIPSE CROSS
LS 2WD AUTO
• SMARTPHONE LINK DISPLAY
AUDIO SDA WITH
TOUCHPAD CONTROLLER
• REVERSING CAMERA
• FORWARD COLLISION
MITIGATION
$32,990
$750

2 4
3
DRIVE
AWAY 1

7 5
7 5

19MY OUTLANDER
ES 2WD2 $28,990 DRIVE
AWAY 1
18MY PAJERO SPORT
GLX AUTO
• 3.1 TONNE TOWING
$44,990 DRIVE
AWAY 1

• 2.4L ENGINE
$1,000 $1,500
• 7 SEATS • SUPER SELECT II 4WD
3 • SMARTPHONE LINK DISPLAY 3
• SMARTPHONE LINK
AUDIO SDA
2 2
DISPLAY AUDIO SDA
• REVERSING CAMERA 4 • FORWARD COLLISION 4
MITIGATION
7 5 • ADAPTIVE CRUISE
CONTROL
7 5

18MY TRITON
BLACKLINE 4X4 DIESEL2
• INCLUDES METALLIC PAINT
$43,490 DRIVE
AWAY 1
18MY TRITON GLX
4X4 DIESEL2
• REVERSING CAMERA
$32,990 DRIVE
AWAY 1

• BLACK MESH GRILLE • 7 AIRBAGS
• BLACK FENDER FLARES $1,500 3 • REAR STEP BUMPER $1,500 3
• BLACK 17” ALLOY WHEELS • ONE TOUCH
• BLACK NUDGE BAR
• LED LIGHT BAR
2 4 TILGATE HANDLE
2 4

• BLACK SPORTS BAR
• REAR STEP BUMPER
7 5
7 5

• 3.1 TONNE TOWING
• REAR DIFF LOCK
• TUB LINER

3
LEVEL 1. WESTFIELD SHOPPING CENTRE
GEELONG MOORABOOL ST. GEELONG CITY
LOCATIONS COLAC RD. WAURN PONDS
KINGSCARSMITSUBISHI.COM.AU | LMCT9931
Participating Mitsubishi dealers. Mitsubishi reserves the right to change or extend these offers/ See participating dealers for full terms and conditions. Offers available on selected new and demonstrator vehicles purchased between 13 Aug and 19 Aug 2018. 1. Recommended DRIVE AWAY selling price, including 12 months registration, CTP Insurance, Stamp Duty &
Dealer Delivery. Excludes Government, Rental and National Fleet customers. Private & ABN holders only. 2. 18MY ASX LS 2WD, 19MY Outlander ES 2WD, 18MY Triton GLX Double Cab – Pick Up and 18MY Triton Blackline Double Cab – Pick Up manual transmission. 3. Genuine accessories at RRP and include fitment. Offer cannot be substituted for a reduction in the
advertised drive away price or exchanged for cash. 4. 2 Year Free Service offer available on selected new and demonstrator vehicles. 2 years/30,000km (whichever occurs first). Includes the first 2 regular services (15,000km/1 year and 30,000km/2 year). Any non-regular service/repair items are at an additional cost. Servicing must be completed by a Mitsubishi
Dealer within 7,500kms or 6 months of the service due date. Valid from date of vehicle registration. 5. 7 Year Warranty offer available on selected new and demonstrator vehicles. 7 Year/150,000km (whichever occurs first). Service conditions apply. Valid from date of vehicle registration. See mitsubishi-motors.com.au for further information. MMA0920_FP_A.
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Melton Toyota
Melton Toyota

C-HR 2WD $ YARIS ASCENT $
FROM FROM

AUTO CVT 30,990 MANUAL 15,990
DRIVEAWAY [D2] DRIVEAWAY [D1]

PLUS A $5O0 TOYOTATHON BONUS[V]

C-HR 2WD $ YARIS AS
FROM

30,990
FROM FROM FROM

$32,990 43,990 MA
RAV4 2WD GX
AUTO CVT
AUTO CVT DRIVEAWAY [D2]
NEW LOOK*
HILUX 4X4 SR5 AUTO 54,990
(DOUBLE-CAB PICK-UP)
$
DRIVEAWAY [D3]
KLUGER 2WD
GX AUTO
$
DRIVEAWAY [D2]

+$1,OO0 BONUS TOYOTATHON
[V]
DRIVEAWAY
+$1,OO0 BONUS
[D2] TOYOTATHON
[V3]
+$1,OO0 BONUS TOYOTATHON
[V]

Melton Toyota
143-147 High Street,
Melton
PLUS A $5O0 TOYOTATHON B
T 03 8746 0300
LMCT 1976

meltontoyota.com.au

* Pre-production model. Specifications may differ from those shown. [D1] Recommended driveaway pricing is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, and primary producers only. Offer available on new vehicles produced January 2018 to September 2018 and purchased
between 01/08/2018 - 30/09/2018 unless offer extended. Recommended driveaway price shown includes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge and stamp duty. Offer excludes metallic paint. [D2] Recommended
driveaway pricing is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, and primary producers only. Offer available on new vehicles produced January 2018 to September 2018 and purchased between 01/08/2018 - 30/09/2018 unless offer extended. Recommended driveaway price
shown includes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge, stamp duty and metallic paint. [D3] Recommended driveaway pricing is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers. Offer excludes primary producers.
Offer available on new vehicles produced January 2018 to September 2018 and purchased between 01/08/2018 - 30/09/2018 unless offer extended. Recommended driveaway price shown includes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum
dealer delivery charge and stamp duty. Offer excludes metallic paint. [V] Bonus applicable for Private, Bronze, Silver fleet customers, and primary producers only. Bonus applies to driveaway price or accessories purchased and fitted in same transaction. Not transferable or redeemable
for cash. No rainchecks. Offer ends 30/09/2018 unless extended. Excludes servicing and repairs. [V3] Bonus applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers only. Offer excludes primary producers. Bonus applies to driveaway price or accessories purchased and fitted in same
transaction. Not transferable or redeemable for cash. No rainchecks. Offer ends 30/09/2018 unless extended. Excludes servicing and repairs. T2018-010654
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BACCHUS
MARSH

Entertaining Made Easy
$
3 $
2 $
2
99 79 49
KG KG KG

Australian Pork Leg Roast Gourmet Tomatoes Farm Fresh Zucchini

$
2 $
7 $
8 $
5
99 99 99 99
KG KG KG KG

Don Franks and SAVE SAVE SAVE

Fresh Chicken Wings
Cocktail Franks
(Skinless)
$ 5 Virginian Ham
$ 7 Danish Fetta
$6
BAKED
FRESH
INSTORE

$
1 $
2
99 99
$
22 $
17
99 99
KG KG EA EA

SAVE SAVE
Granny’s Fairy
Fresh Gummy Shark Van Thai Whole Cooked Prawns
6 Pack White
Dinner Rolls
60¢ Cakes 12 Pack
Varieties
1
$ 05

½
BETTER

½
THAN

PRICE PRICE

$
3 $
3 $
5 $
2 $
2
70 99 99 49
EA EA EA EA EA

Munchables Smith’s Chips 175g
Cheese & or The Natural
Cadbury Ice SAVE Crackers 4 x SAVE Bega Bar B Cube SAVE Twisties, Burger Rings, SAVE
Confectionery SAVE
Cream Tub 2L
$1.85 per litre
3
$ 79 30g Varieties
$3.33 per 100g
2
$ 41 Cheese 500g
$1.20 per 100g
3
$ 56 Pascall or Cadbury
Selected Varieties
$2 Company 200-260g
Selected Varieties
1
$ 51

Kahlua Mexican or

39¢ ½
ONLY Baileys Irish or Coffee
Cream 700ml or Secret Stone
PER ROLL
Baileys Choc Cream Wine 750ml
500ml Varieties
PRICE
2 FOR

7
2 FOR
$ EA $ 88 $ 25 EA
$20
SAVE FROM SAVE
SAVE Great Northern Super Crisp SAVE FROM
Quilton Toilet
Tissue 18 Pack
$ 4 50 or Iron Jack Cans
30 x 375ml Pack
$ 20 $ 10 $ 20

ON SALE WEDNESDAY 15TH AUGUST TO TUESDAY 21ST AUGUST 2018

FOODWORKS BACCHUS MARSH
1-9 Bennett Street, Bacchus Marsh
Phone: 5367 3388
Limit rights reserved. Persons under the age of 18 will not be served alcohol or tobacco.

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