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TIGERS TAKE FLAG – The Under 18 Springbank football team with the 2018 Premiership Shield, after downing Buninyong by 56-points in the Central Highlands League. Photo Tim Saultry

Yellow & Black!

By Helen Tatchell Up against Skipton, who had not lost a match all
season, the juniors did the best they could, but grand
The Springbank netballers in the A and B Grades
could not replicate the win of the junior footballers, but
Grand finals; only one team can be a winner. final nerves and the large ground proved too much, they came close. The B Grade (33) ladies only lost by
Six teams in the Central Highlands Football and going down by a whopping 96-points. one agonising goal to Learmonth (34) with the A Grade,
Netball League from Moorabool, (Gordon, Springbank The local ‘yellow and black’ Under 18 footballers from also up against Learmonth, losing by nine goals (47 to
and Bungaree), battled it out on the court and the oval Springbank were on a mission; to win. 38) after trailing the entire game.
at North Ballarat last Saturday. The first quarter against Buninyong was low scoring, Bungaree 15&Under netballers played Buninyong and
Unfortunately, five of those teams lost their matches, with each team only kicking one major. From the start
at the final whistle went down by one goal, 30 to 29.
of the second quarter Springbank never looked back
some by the smallest margin, one goal for the netballers Springbank were represented in the 13&Under junior
and took control, not allowing the opposition to kick
in B Grade and 15&Under. netballers, unfortunately the Tigers could not bring
more than five goals for the match. Springbank sealed
For the Gordon Under 15 junior footballers, it was the grand final in the last quarter, kicking five goals home a flag or the silverware throughout the day
19-years since the club had their last premiership flag and four points to Buninyong’s one goal three points. on the court. The junior ‘tiger’ netballers (18) played
and 2018 was not going to break the drought. The Tigers recorded a 56-point victory. Buninyong (27) and went down by nine-goals.

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Fair share Future energy begins

of funding By Meg Kennedy

It’s a project that’s been al-

most ten years in the mak-

ing, and now the grounds
for the proposed Moorabool
Wind Farm have been bro-
ken in an official ceremony.
The event, which took place
Although serving one of the fastest growing areas in
on Friday 24 August, marked
Victoria, Moorabool Shire Council has shared their
the beginning of construc-
“seething” disappointment of its lower level of state and
tion for the 11,000-hectare
federal government grants compared to other municipalities. project.
Figures from the ‘Know Your Council’ government website Notable figures involved
demonstrated that a low level of recurrent grants end up in the project spoke at
costing Moorabool Shire up to $4.1 million a year, according the event, including Lily
to figures published from the 2015/16 reporting year. D’Ambrosio, Victorian Min-
This follows Moorabool’s attendance at the 2018 National ister for Energy, Environ-
General Assembly of Local Government in Canberra back ment and Climate Change.
in June, where local council representatives took part in The windfarm, located on
discussions with various MPs and ministers regarding local properties in the south-
federal involvement and funding for local areas. western outskirts of Ballan,
In a press release, Council states that the “inadequate grants is set to become one of the
largest in both Australia and
coupled with a comparatively low revenue base from rates
the Southern Hemisphere.
and other municipal charges is putting enormous financial
A focus on community
pressure on the Council”.
involvement, local employ-
Mayor Paul Tatchell said it was “frustrating and ment, and creating a sus-
disheartening” that other municipalities were given a greater tainable environment in
proportion of government revenue, due to their locations in regional Victoria were recur-
marginal electorates. ring themes throughout the Shovel ready wind farm (L-R) Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell, Mr Sun Xintian (Vice
“Here we are with a population growth…the second highest event. President from China Suntien Green Energy Corp Ltd) and Minister for Energy, Environment
& Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio. Photo – Helen Tatchell
of any shire in regional Victoria, yet we are receiving millions Minister D’Ambrosio said
of dollars less in government grants than slower growing she was “really pleased” various sectors of the local rounding districts”. Mayor Paul Tatchell said the
centres (with) a bigger and more densely settled population” for the project’s official community. Local landowners, whose windfarm will bring renew-
The Council says it has identified an “urgent need” to rectify go-ahead. “It is an annual fund that properties will be used for able energy to regional areas
the existing funding gap and for increased funding, to “This proposal has stood continues to make various windfarm installation, were in an important way.
provide infrastructure to meet the needs and expectations of the test of time and has gone contributions to the commu- also acknowledged at the “(Renewable energy) is
the growing population. through a number of policy nity”, he said. event.
our future; we need to get
changes…now coming out “We welcome ideas from Fiskville farmer Scott
“Moorabool matters, and we want and deserve our share used to it…I know our rural
at the end with a much- the community as to what Young spoke on behalf of
of the State and Federal Government revenue…just because reshaped project; one that is landscape is changing, and
we can do…this is some- landowners, touching on
we are not in a marginal seat does not mean we should miss bigger”, she said. the improved infrastructure we need to change with it.
thing where we can really
out”, said Cr Tatchell. “At the same time, we’ve got give back to the community, and financial security given Because if we don’t, we’ll be
“If we do not receive our fair share of government grants, the clean energy that’s great for as well as creating economic to farmers. left behind”, said Cr Tatchell.
Shire will either fall further into debt or will simply not be the planet, our communities, activity.” “…The project will ensure It is expected the Moorabool
able to provide the infrastructure required by our residents our environment, and the The project is expected to that the properties impact- Wind Farm will produce
today and into the future”, he said. fantastic jobs that have come have up to 300 jobs on site ed by the turbines remain 321 megawatts of power for
The Council’s current priority projects, such as the Bacchus out of that; especially in re- during construction peaks farming…and we will not around 200,000 Victorian
Marsh Regional Community Sports Hub and the Parwan gional Victoria.” and employ up to 20 per- be under pressure from the
homes and is set for comple-
Employment Precinct, will still have to rely on external John Titchen, Managing manent maintenance staff ever-encroaching urban de-
tion by early 2020.
Director of Goldwind Aus- once the wind farm is fully velopment”, said Mr. Young.
government funding to become a reality. The first wind turbines to be
tralia, spoke of the impor- operational. “There is also the financial
“We are advocating hard for these projects in the lead up to completed in Moorabool are
tance of the community’s Zenviron General Manager security we will receive in
both (the upcoming State and Federal) elections. Experience the case of adverse weather, at the Pacific Hydro Yaloak
involvement in the project. Carl Keating said majority of
has shown that politicians rarely come to us, so we are going Mr Titchen highlighted the where last year crops were South project, which has 14
employees hired by Zenvi-
to them and have initiated meetings with relevant MPs and importance of the $200,000 ron “will be local residents wiped out by frost”. turbines currently complet-
candidates in a bid to have these projects delivered”. annual fund that is given to and people from the sur- Moorabool Shire Council ed and operational.


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Wanting tags
from bags
By Carol Saffer

Australian costume designer Lizzy Gardiner wore a dress made of 254 American Express Gold
cards when she won her Oscar for Best Costume Design.
Greendale resident and fashion student Emma Beard is designing a more unique fashion range,
using tea bag tags.
Ms Beard, a second-year fashion-design student at Box Hill Institute, on a quest for just the tags, not
the bags, is asking for help from local tea drinkers.
In order to complete a unit of her degree focusing on sustainability and production next year, Ms
Beard will address the unnecessary use of excess packaging in the food industry.
“I’m going to use the tea tags as a representation of the problem,” says Ms Beard.
“The metaphor being the big impact that a small piece of packaging can make when multiplied by
many people.”
Ms Beard, 20 years-old, is planning on making a small clothing range using the tags as
embellishment and possible fabric.
“Therefore, I need as many as possible. I don’t mind what brand, size or colour, the more variety
the better,” says Ms Beard.
She is hoping to collect a vast amount of tags before March 2019 to allow her to experiment by
creating papier mache, make a garland by sewing the tags together, and possibly use some as
jewellery, accessories and applique.
If you are a Lipton’s jiggler or dangler, a Twinings tea drinker or prefer a Bushells bag in your
cuppa, then snip off the tags and drop them off at the CWA stall at the Ballan Farmers’ Market on
the second Saturday of each month.
The tags can also be dropped off at the Ballan RSL Club in Inglis Street during the Ballan and
District CWA meetings at 7.30pm – 9.00pm held on the second and third Thursdays of each month.

LEFT: Emma Beard with some of the tea bag tags she is collecting
Photo – Helen Tatchell




After a very successful project in 2017, as part of our Rotary Community Senior Citizen Safety
program, the Rotary Club of Bacchus Marsh, together with our community partners;

Bacchus Marsh Fire Brigade (CFA) Moorabool Shire Council

Bendigo Bank-Bacchus Marsh
JUMPING CASTLES will be continuing this project in 2018 and would
COMMUNITY MARKET STALLS like to change your smoke alarm battery on:
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT (maximum of two batteries per residence)

IN-HOUSE COMPETITIONS Sunday 7th October between 10am and 3.30pm.

This is a free service provided by the Rotary Club of Bacchus Marsh to assist in ensuring the
fire safety of our senior citizens.

I N T H E B I S T R O A friendly Bacchus Marsh Rotarian, with assistance from a member of the Bacchus Marsh Fire
Brigade (CFA), will visit your home on
MONDAY& TUESDAYNIGHT Sunday 7th October between either 10.00am – 12.30pm or 12.30pm – 3.30pm
2 course $25 3 course $30
and take a few minutes to change your smoke alarm batteries.

If you wish to take advantage of this offer, please phone the friendly staff at the
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$25 $30

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SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 2018 @ 2pm

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Linz Symphony - Barber of Seville - Royal Fireworks - The Magic Flute - Orpheus - Die Fledermaus
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Children under 16 FREE
Tickets Available at the Door
from 1pm or .. Pre-Sales
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CAMPBELL Millie Koenders (2 Violin)
(Mezzo Soprano) Kate Both (Viola)
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Jeff Moran (Guest Pianist)
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Police body cameras are proposed to be rolled out at Ballan and Bacchus Marsh stations.
Photo by Jason Edwards.

Cameras to project
the real picture
By Carol Saffer “It [the camera] shows to determine any areas for
the anguish of the victim improvement.
In a bid to help strengthen and the aggressions of the “Footage captured by the
community safety and po- offender.” cameras within a six-week
lice interactions with the Across September and Oc- period was instrumental in
public, body-worn cameras tober, the new small, battery- securing guilty pleas in at
will be introduced at Ballan powered cameras will be least four court cases, which
and Bacchus Marsh police worn by general duties and is a great result for us,” Mr
stations over the next two highway patrol police offic- McCrory said.
months. ers of the rank of sergeant. The state Government re-
Police will turn the cameras They will be used to capture cently passed legislation
on whenever they are ex- audio and video interactions to enact recommendations
ercising police powers, col- between police officers and from the Royal Commis-
lecting evidence or when it members of the public, as sion into Family Violence for
would provide transparency well as real-time capture of body worn cameras to col-
to a police interaction. video evidence at the scene lect statements from victims
Moorabool Local Area of a crime. to use as evidence in court.
Commander, Inspector Training on the discre- Ballarat based WRISC Fam-
Brendon McCrory says the tionary use of the cameras, ily Violence Support execu-
impact at local level of the based on the extensive trials tive officer Elizabeth Jewson
body-worn cameras will be undertaken in Ballarat and says the use of body worn The Peace Pole at Eddie Toole Park. Photo – Lisa Comerford

Peace of Mind
significant. Epping, is provided to police cameras in family violence
“The cameras allow police officers. incidents “provides an ac-
officers to capture the raw “Officers with cameras not curate record [of an incident]
view of emotions and in- turned on during specific holding the perpetrator to
juries that can then be pre- events would be investigat- account and helps prioritise
sented at court or used for ed,” Mr McCrory said. the safety of women and
It can sometimes seem that the current state of the world is full of “fake news”, violence and
further investigation. Victoria Police assistant children.” distraught. If you’re needing a bit of reassurance, The Bacchus Marsh Interfaith Group will
“This is paramount so as commissioner Russell Bar- WRISC Family Violence be holding a gathering this month in celebration of the United Nations Day of Peace, as a
not to give a sanitised scene rett said the trials returned Support in partnership with reminder of the strive towards peace for all.
of an event in court from al- positive results. Moorabool Shire Council A half-hour peace vigil will take place at the Peace Pole in Eddie Toole Park, Main Street,
leged offenders dressed in “We evaluated the initial provide Van Go Moorabool - Bacchus Marsh at 7.45am on Sunday 23 September. The vigil will include a discussion of
suits that doesn’t do justice roll out of cameras to test a mobile therapeutic service positive moves, ideas and actions to strive towards peace in the world and reach across the
to what actually occurred”, whether the technology was for children who have expe- divides.
says Mr McCrory. being used correctly and rienced family violence. For more information, contact Moira Smith at

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Farmers to
network locally
By Carol Saffer the skills and confidence to
meaningfully connect with
Farming Moorabool is a people around them to sup-
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run by Moorabool Shire food life.

Messy crash
producers, whose aim is to The Buy a Bale campaign is
provide a platform for farm- part of the Rural Aid char-
ers that encourages them to ity formed by Charles and
communicate, support and veteran and expert in emerg- Tracy Alder in 2013 to ex-
show leadership. ing technologies, will share pand services and support to
A semi-trailer style road train with two shipping containers full of grain jack-knifed and
rolled near the Western Freeway interchange on the Ballan-Daylesford Rd on Tuesday, 4 Farming Moorabool is his insights on how drones rural communities, not only
September around 2.15pm. holding a networking social and technology are chang- suffering through natural
Emergency services were quick on the scene with paramedics treating the driver, a male night this Thursday 13th ing agribusiness and the disasters, but communities
alleged to be in his late 50s, for non-life-threating injuries to his arm and shoulder. September that offers the way food is grown. that need help remaining in
Ballan police and Moorabool Highway patrol members diverted traffic and collected opportunity for local farm- Supporters of Farming existence.
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Heavy vehicle haulage arrived on the scene with a crane also brought in to lift the damaged
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Cobras coach quits

Bacchus Marsh Coach big scores (for) at times but (concerningly) can make it easy to
Travis Hodgson has quit score against. Playing that way can boost your percentage (in
the club after three years the short term), but will never stand up in finals.
at the helm. The (Tuesday WHELAN: How do you explain your poor return against
September 4) announcement top six teams (3 wins - 7 losses)? The additions of Owen,
comes in the aftermath of Willits and Speight warranted a better return...
the Cobras disappointing HODGSON: We just didn’t convert well in most of those
52-point Elimination Final games. Five of those top six losses were (decided by) 1,1,6,7,8
loss to Darley the previous points and could have gone either way. Of the four teams left
Sunday. Hodgson famously we got within a point of Darley, smashed Melton and North
delivered the ‘The Marsh’
(Ballarat City), and were the only team to beat East (Point) at
with their drought breaking
East (Point). Close losses shaped our season unfortunately.
Premiership win in his first
season back in 2016, leaving WHELAN: What impact did loss of Scott Sherlock have on
a legacy that is sure to hold the side?
him in the highest regard at HODGSON: Huge. He was arguably the best player in the
by Todd Whelan Cobraland for years to come. comp when he fell over. Scott will probably be leading the
Hodgson has been linked Henderson Medal at the halfway mark.
with a move to coach in his hometown of Sunbury. The WHELAN: If you had your time over again would you have
speculation is rife and looms as arguably the worst kept played underdone Jacob Chisari and Alec Del Papa in the
secret in local footy. Reliable sources are of the opinion Elimination Final?
Hodgson will be appointed at the Lions as early as Friday HODGSON: Absolutely. Del Papa did a solid defensive job
night (September 7). All that is left to play out here is an on (Shane) Page and Jacob Chisari was our most damaging
announcement from the Sunbury Football Club confirming player in the first half. Jacob did more in a half than most did
the appointment. for four quarters.
Hodgson has yet to confirm or deny the move. WHELAN: Did you ever consider starting Owen at Centre
MOORABOOL NEWS’ Todd Whelan sat down with the Half Back to help sure up the defence - from the outside you
outgoing premiership coach to set the record straight. looked to have all of your trumps forward? Photo: Helen Tatchell
WHELAN: What was the main reason for you quitting the HODGSON: We did. Our concern with doing it was our
club? inability to kick a winning score without Jake forward. Our WHELAN: Who was the best player you coached at the club
concerns were justified having kicked our lowest score for in your three-year stint?
HODGSON: Travel. (From) Sunbury to Northcote to Bacchus
Marsh to Sunbury multiple nights a week, 11 months of the the season even with Jake forward. We modified his role HODGSON: (Jared) Maksymow for sheer talent, (Scott)
year for three years has caught up with me. during the week, so he could impact at both ends and around Sherlock for output, but if I was sorting a team from scratch,
WHELAN: There has been some obvious outside noise you the footy. He did that, he’s a star. (Jake) Owen would be the first picked. There’s three.
will coach Sunbury in 2019, what’s the latest? WHELAN: What’s your take on the Darley hoodoo, losing WHELAN: It must give you an enormous amount of pride
HODGSON: There has, it seems logical. Sunbury is my last five on the trot? having coached a flag in your first year at ‘The Marsh’ in 2016,
junior club and my kids play there. I’ll know more in a week HODGSON: They’ve got it over us at the moment, however breaking a lengthy drought of premiership success for the
or so, there’s four footy clubs in Sunbury.... I loved the way we took the challenge up to them early. It club and its supporters?
WHELAN: What have you learned in your time as coach of happens at all levels. Lake Wendouree couldn’t beat us but HODGSON: I felt enormous satisfaction for the players
the Cobras? turned it around this season and we’ve won our last eight who had struggled to win games for a long time and for the
against Sunbury but that won’t last forever. Won’t be long ‘til supporters and the volunteers who had given for so long and
HODGSON: That the people from the BMFNC are of the
the Marsh square it up. finally witnessed the fruits of their labour. Being a part of
highest quality and that the local rivalry between Bacchus
Marsh and Darley is as big as any.. WHELAN: What does the club need to improve on-field to delivering that was extremely satisfying.
WHELAN: Did you feel like you lost the playing group in contend next year? WHELAN: In 20 words or less, sum up the Bacchus Marsh
the back half of the season, your win/loss (2 wins 5 losses) HODGSON: That’s not for me to say anymore mate. They are Football Club..
from your last seven games suggests something wasn’t quite aware of what’s needed and there’s no better operator than HODGSON: Well led, inclusive, a magnet to good people.
right? Adam Sutherland to make that happen. When I think great culture, I think BMFNC.
HODGSON: Not at all. We were in every game we played in WHELAN: How would you grade the coaching performance WHELAN: Finally, mate, how do you think you will be
right up until the finish. When coaches lose the players / the of season 2018, and secondly the playing group? received by the Bacchus Marsh Football Club when you and
group, they stop being competitive. We found it difficult to HODGSON: I thought (the coaching group) we did a good Sunbury meet for the first-time next year in the home and
connect (from) mid (to) forward and teams worked out how job to have us in a winning position in every game we played. away season?
to defend us better. My assistants worked hard and educated the boys well. At HODGSON: If things go that way, which is the most likely
WHELAN: You were known to give the players a bake from the end of the day we finished fifth and were better than that outcome, I’d like to think I’ll be viewed as the enemy from
time to time after good wins against lower opposition, did and came up short. I think the players gave everything they 2pm til 5pm and a friend from 5pm onwards, we’ve shared
you sense the wheels were falling off earlier than others had. I respect them enormously for the way they responded something pretty special together.
given your exceptional start to the season 7 wins 1 loss. against Sunbury (8th) and Sebastopol (7th) with wins after a WHELAN: Good luck Trav, I’m sure people will appreciate
HODGSON: I didn’t like some elements of our play, I tough month and the level of intensity they brought into the your honesty with the interview, thanks very much.
thought we got ahead of the footy at times which can mean Elimination Final. HODGSON: Cheers Toddy.

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Keeping alarms charged

By Carol Saffer batteries free of charge, with the aim of
helping to prevent fire and injury,” she
Senior residents in the Bacchus Marsh said.
area may remember American singer Rotary and CFA are planning for the
Sue Thompson’s 1962 hit single “James, replacement of smoke alarm batteries to
hold the ladder steady.” become an annual event.
They could reminisce about the golden Ms Hansen said two shifts of five teams
oldie if they register for the smoke alarm visited 95 homes across the Bacchus
battery replacement project this year run Marsh and Darley areas, replacing
by the Rotary Club of Bacchus Marsh approximately 180 batteries last year.
and the Bacchus Marsh CFA. “Although most alarms worked on
Senior residents will be visited by a preliminary testing, it was found that
three-person team, consisting of one some were either faulty or had flat
person to climb the ladder, the second batteries, demonstrating the need for the
team member holds the ladder and project.
the batteries, while the third person “We hope that those citizens who took
completes the necessary paperwork advantage of this service will spread the
with the householder. word, and thus increase our coverage
Rotary Club of Bacchus Marsh and fire safety awareness,” says Ms
member Sue Hansen said after the Hansen
very successful inaugural smoke alarm Moorabool Shire Council is sending
battery replacement project in 2017, senior citizens a poster with details of
Rotary and CFA are planning to repeat the project in September.
the project this year. Registrations open Monday 10th
“In line with the commencement of September and close Monday 1st
daylight savings, on Sunday 7th October October, with batteries being changed
(when clocks are turned forward), Sunday 7th October.
a Rotary-CFA team will visit senior To register residents can phone the
Bacchus Marsh Rotary Club President Lita Foot with Bacchus Marsh Fire Brigade Chris Eggelston
residents (over 75yrs) between 10.00am Bendigo Bank branch in Bacchus Marsh
and Bacchus Marsh Rotary Club Community Chairman Peter Kay.
Photo – Lisa Comerford and 3.30pm to replace smoke alarm on 5367 4660.

Moorabool Shire Council

The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 3 October, 2018 in the Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm. Environmental Health Administration Officer –
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Temporary Part Time until 31/03/2019. Applications close on Friday 14/09/2018.
All details available from the website:
The next committee meeting will be of the Section 86 Moorabool Growth Committee, LEASE FOR COMMUNICATIONS TOWER
tomorrow, Wednesday 12 September 2018, in the North Wing Meeting Rooms, at the Pursuant to Sections 190 and 223 of the Local Government Act 1989, the Moorabool Shire
Darley Civic and Community Hub, 182 Halletts Way, Darley, commencing at 4.00pm. Council advises that it intends to enter into a lease with Telstra Corporation Ltd for a portion
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. of land at 36 Dicksons Road, Pentland Hills.
SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL This site is adjacent to the Dicksons Road overpass on the western side of the Western Freeway
Notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of the Moorabool Shire Council will be held and is the site where an existing Telstra communications tower stands. Telstra have received
in Council Chambers, 15 Stead Street, Ballan on Wednesday 19 September, 2018 approval to replace this tower with a new communications tower. This proposed lease for the
commencing at 6.00pm. new tower will replace a former lease for the existing communications tower.
The business to be conducted at the meeting is as follows: Written submissions on the proposed Lease for Communications Tower are
1. Planning Scheme Amendment C81 (Bacchus Marsh Urban Growth Framework) – Adoption welcome until 5.00pm on Monday 8th October 2018.
of Amendment. Written submissions should be addressed to:
2. Confidential Report. The Chief Executive Officer
3. Any other business admitted by the unanimous resolution of Council. Lease for Communications Tower Submission
The Special Meeting of Council will be open to the public and members of the public are most Moorabool Shire Council
welcome to attend. PO Box 18
Ballan VIC 3342
Notice is given of a PUBLIC MEETING to be held on 20 September 2018 commencing at Council will consider submissions on Wednesday 7 November 2018 at the Ordinary Meeting of
7.30pm at the Bungaree Public Hall. Council to be held in the Ballan Council Chambers, 15 Stead Street, Ballan at 6.00pm.
The purpose of the meeting is to nominate no less than five (5) or more than eleven (11) persons Any person making a submission is entitled to state in the submission that he or she wishes
as the Committee of Management for the Bungaree Public Hall for a term of 2 years. to appear in person, or to be represented by a person specified in the submission, before this
The current committee’s term will expire on 23 September 2018. All positions will be declared Special Meeting of the Council.
open and nominations will be accepted prior to the meeting. For more information, please Whilst it is appropriate for submitters’ names and addresses to be disclosed to enable
phone Council on 5366 7100. transparent decision making, if you have concerns about this, Council can provide you with the
option of having your submission remain anonymous.
ELAINE RECREATION RESERVE If you choose to provide your name and address it will be included as part of your submission to
Notice is given of a PUBLIC MEETING to be held on 23 September 2018 commencing at be considered by Council. You should also be aware that even if you choose to be anonymous,
1.00pm at the Elaine Recreation Reserve. the details contained in some submissions may be sufficient to identify the author of the
The purpose of the meeting is to nominate user group representatives and up to three (3) submission to some readers. Hence, if you wish your submission to remain anonymous you
community representatives as the Committee of Management for the Elaine Recreation should bear this in mind when drafting it.
Reserve for a term of 2 years. The proposed lease is available for inspection at Council’s offices upon request.
The current committee’s term will expire on 23 September 2018. All positions will be declared Please contact the Governance team on 5366 7100 should you have any queries in relation to
open and nominations will be accepted prior to the meeting. For more information, please the proposed Lease for Communications Tower.
phone Council on 5366 7100.
Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contract:
Notice is given of a PUBLIC MEETING to be held on 23 September 2018 commencing at
11.00am at the Wallace Recreation Reserve. Tender Number Tender Description
The purpose of the meeting is to nominate user group representatives and up to three (3) C11-2018/2019 Inglis Street, Ballan – Streetscape Upgrade – Stage 2
community representatives as the Committee of Management for the Wallace Recreation
Reserve for a term of 2 years. Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Friday 7 September 2018
The current committee’s term will expire on 23 September 2018. All positions will be declared at
open and nominations will be accepted prior to the meeting. For more information, please
phone Council on 5366 7100.
Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
Email: Web: Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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to the
Extensive Tasty Menu
Dine in or Takeaway
Come in and try
our Special Meals:
Dear Editor,
- Flat Rice Noodles The recent death of Rose-
mary Holmes marks the
- Peking Duck passing of an outstanding
achiever, who, along with
- San Choy Bao her business partner Edythe
Anderson, both of whom
*All Meals and were accredited nursing sis-
ters, established the Yuulong
Sauces Home Made Lavender Estate
at Mt Egerton west of Bal-
lan. Their outstanding work
complemented the sprawl-
ing fields of lavender, at-
Nurse Unit Manager Jacqui Tarrant with Grant Lodge resident Joan Sheehan and Aged Care Nurse Kathryn tracting tourists both locally
Brett. Photo - DjHS and from overseas, especial-

Celebrating carers
ly with the enjoyable family
picnic days. As the found-
ing president of the Aus-
tralian Lavender Growers
Mon-Sat 5.00–10.00pm As part of Celebrating Aged Care Week 2018 from health, diversional therapy, and volunteers carry out Association, Rosemary cre-
10-16 September, Djerriwarrh Health Services will ated additional work writing
Sunday 5.00–9.30pm this week recognise the positive impact health
at the home every day.
books and papers with her
“It is so important for Grant Lodge to have a team
Closed Tuesdays workers and volunteers have on the residents of its of staff who are passionate about aged care and who
research, together with lec-
aged care home, Grant Lodge. turing on growing and the
129 Main Street, demonstrate enduring compassion and respect to all many benefits of Lavender.
To celebrate the commitment of its staff to delivering of our residents”, she said.
Bacchus Marsh Her passing can be summed
high quality, heartfelt aged care to the residents of
Grant Lodge allows residents to remain engaged and up with the words “When a
Ph: 5367 1365 Grant Lodge, employee profiles and photos will be
connected at the home and in the community through person grows old and sums
on display in the Health Service’s foyer throughout
or 5367 2090 many lifestyle programs, such as partnerships with up their days, they should
Celebrating Aged Care Week. be able to stand tall and feel
The 30 residents of Grant Lodge will also host a Melton Kindergarten and Bacchus Marsh Grammar,
pride in the life they have
celebratory pizza lunch in honour of all its staff and and animal therapy and gardening programs.
lived”; Rosemary Holmes &
volunteers. Celebrating Aged Care Week was established in business partner were equal-
Djerriwarrh Health Services residential care nursing 2012 by the Public Sector Residential Aged Care ly such wonderful people.
unit manager, Jacqui Tarrant, said Celebrating Leadership Committee (PSRAC) to celebrate the Kevin Spencer
Aged Care Week was an opportunity to formally crucial work carried out by those caring for older Brighton
recognise the incredible work the nurses, allied people in public sector residential care. (Formally Mt Egerton)

Newborns in the district

Wednesday Nights
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Social Club
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September, Easton Noel SIMMONDS was Ave-Maree arrived at weighed 3470 grams and arrived on Wednesday 5
weighed 3200 grams and born on Wednesday 5 8.30pm on Thursday 6 is a new sibling for September at 8.50am
Saturday 29th September arrived at 3.20pm. September. September. Sandra. and weighed 8lbs.

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Footy food available Darley couple Nicole and
Matthew Crook have
Blaze has a new sister, Ella
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child, a little boy. Spencer couple Mikahla Blacklum
onwards Marty Luke Charlie Crook is a new and Luke Barnett, Ella
brother for Logan and arrived on Wednesday 5
arrived at 2.15pm on September at 12.35pm
Tuesday 4 September. weighing 7lbs.
92 Main Street, Gordon Spencer weighed 3960
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The What’s On section is for non-profit community organisations. All free events submitted will be considered for FREE publication at the
Editors discretion. Advertising of AGMs in this section will only appear if a paid public notice also appears in the classifieds section, as per
the constitution of Business & Consumer Affairs for incorporated groups.

Ballan Playgroup
ADULT EDUCATION Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church CHURCH
Ballan & District Community House Hall  - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please 905 558 Tamsin.  Service Times  -  St John’s Ballan 1st & 3rd Sundays -
call 5368 1934 or email Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club 9:30am; 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am Family Service. Service
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Times - St Mark’s in the Gordon Pub 2nd & 4th Sundays –
Short courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after 5pm. Enq to Rev’d Glen Wesley - 5368 2730. 
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Ballan Uniting Church
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Ballan Anglers Inc (St Paul’s) - Services 11.15am every Sunday.
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, B3 Community
Courses and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. 0400 003 936. every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
U3A Bacchus Marsh - Active seniors social learning, for Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Bacchus Marsh.
daily activities contact 5367 5341 or visit our website - www. Working bees every 3rd Sunday of each month. All welcome. Bacchus Marsh Christian Church Enquiries - 0400 052 857. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
MEETINGS 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
CWA - The Marshians Night Branch Bacchus Marsh - Meet Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics
first Tuesday of month - The Hub, Wittick St, Darley,7pm.  2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
Enquiries - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012 Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh.
Ballan & District CWA - Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm;
Enq - 0421 222 717.
each month. RSL Hall, Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
- enquiries to 0407 992 767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail. & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial
com Church of the Living God
Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535.
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St,
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368 Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
2255 or Ray 5368 1177. Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
The Pottery Group Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall MARKETS Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
(next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Ballan Lions Club Market Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Next market – Saturday 6 October 2018 Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Bacchus Marsh Playgroup First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne). Non-denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & Darley Market KYB Monday evenings 6pm (0429 681 566.) Ladies KYB
3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Saturday 15 September, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each Wednesday 1pm (5367 6834).
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member 145 (Alan). Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Ballan Farmers Market - Next Market – Saturday 13 October, in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Jean Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. 9am-1pm. 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Enq- Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130. Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.


The Moorabool Interfaith Group cordially invite you all to
our peace vigil for the 2018 International Day of Peace.
WHEN: Sunday, September 23rd, 7.45am – approx. 8.15am
WHERE: The Peace Pole, Eddie Toole Park
Main Street, Bacchus Marsh.
It will include readings and examples of
actions in our world today which are
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Maddingley Side REIV

calls for
a fair go
The Victorian Parliament’s Legislative Council has been
considering the Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill
(RTA Bill) last week, the second last sitting week before
the caretaker period ahead of the Victorian Election in
Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) President Richard
Simpson said the REIV has worked closely with all political
parties to help shape the best possible legislative outcome.
3/1 McCrae Street Maddingley “The Residential Tenancies Act was enacted in 1997: no one
is questioning the need for an update to rental laws,” Mr
$490,000 - $520,000 Simpson said.
Perfectly located just minutes from train station, Maddingley “When the Premier announced the RTA Bill, he said it’s
Park and Popular Schools, this end townhouse in a complex purpose was to ‘fix the system and make renting fair for all
of 3 welcomes you with a great sense of space and enviable Victorians’ but the legislation, in its current form, is certainly
indoor to outdoor flow. Inside, is light and bright featuring not fair for investors, property owners and landlords.
polished timber flooring, high ceilings, gas central heating “The RTA will deliver an unfair, unworkable and impractical
and evaporative cooling to keep things comfortable. Lounge system which would rob landlords of their right to consent
and dining spaces flow to the kitchen equipped with quality to what goes on in their properties, burden them with
stainless steel appliances, dishwasher and ample cupboard unrealistic expenses to upgrade appliances and could mean
space. step out onto the north facing entertainment area that they are not paid their rental on time for four out of every 12
provides for the ideal place to relax and entertain, single months without any recourse.”
car garage with auto remote & workshop. Three bedrooms; The REIV requires the following amendments to the Bill:
master is located downstairs with ensuite & robes, the
• Retaining the current system around rental arrears
remaining two bedrooms and central bathroom are located
enabling VCAT to make a call in the manner they do now
upstairs. This townhouse is conveniently located to Main
based on evidence and circumstances;
Street Shopping Precinct, Popular Schools and Transport.
• Landlords must be able to consent to pets and there must
be provision for pet bonds;
• Property owners must be allowed to consent to property
modifications and urgent repairs;
• Retention of the 120 day ‘No Reason’ notice to vacate; and
• A realistic staggered upgrade (five years) of appliances
and an incentive scheme. Mr Simpson said the REIV has
written to its members this week, asking them to contact
Members of Parliament to explain how the RTA is simply
“It is in everyone’s interests – renters, investors, agents and
government – that we have a system that is fair, balanced and
practical,” Mr Simpson said.
“These proposed changes could have a significant impact
on an already constricted rental market: vacancy rates are at
record lows, there is declining levels of rental stock coming
on to the market and interest rates are rising for the first time
in two years.
“If the Government makes it too hard then landlords will
consider removing properties from the rental market, rents
are likely to rise and property owners will be forced to
2/137 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh minimse their risk by offering shorter tenancies.”
Phone: 5367 8128 Mobile: 0418 343 754 The REIV has advocated strongly against the ‘Rent Fair’
legislation, on behalf of its 5000 members and their landlord clients.
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Darley 8 Tate Street 4 2 2


Comprising of four generously sized bedrooms, master bedroom with walk
in robe & full ensuite, formal front lounge, a spacious kitchen boasts plenty of

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storage as well as a full walk in pantry, the second living area flows onto your
final lounge/rumpus room providing the whole family the space and comfort
very rarely found in properties. Stepping outside, you are greeted with the
prospect of potential to make this home into the perfect one for you, whether
it be a shed, pool or garden, the clear side access makes this potential limitless.

Private Sale $639,000 - $669,000

Inspect By appointment
Photo ID required
Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 892

Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

Darley 28 Maddison Circuit 4 2 6

Live the Dream Now

Displaying an impressive blend of captivating modern features and
contemporary style, the generous proportions of this home make for a
sensational family domain on an impressive and rare 1442m2 (approx.) block,
with irreplaceable views surrounding the picture-perfect lifestyle, this is a rare,
unique real estate opportunity. Comprising of four generous bedrooms, two
bathrooms, master bedroom with large walk in robe and full en-suite.
The light-filled free flowing floor plan opens out via the impressive alfresco area,
making this the entertainer’s dream home.

Private Sale $699,000 - $749,000

Inspect By appointment
Photo ID required
Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 892

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


4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh
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Darley 10 Currington Crescent 4 2 3

INTRODUCING OUR NEW OFFICE! Grand & Modern Family Home in a Cosy Location!
Sleek design, classy décor and plenty of space for the growing family is what
this beautiful property presents. Set in a quiet court location this spacious
family home offers four bedrooms master with ensuite and his/hers walk in

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robes with 3 large living zones on a massive approx 827m2 block. Stepping
down into the large light filled kitchen meals area you will be greeted by the
amazing kitchen with stone bench tops, 900mm stainless appliances walk in
pantry and plenty of storage.

Private Sale $689,000 - $739,000

Inspect Saturday 15th September 11.00-11.30am
Photo ID required
Contact Alannah Shea 0412 856 347
Shane Spiteri 0488 980 115

Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

37 Cairns Drive, Darley

Sold in 24 Hours! $685,000

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


4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh
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Saturday Saturday
2.15-2.45pm 12.30-1.00pm
Photo ID required Photo ID required

4 2 4 4 2 1
Coimadai 195 Camerons Road Bed Bath Car
Bacchus Marsh 15 Madden Drive Bed Bath Car

Views Galore & Character Home on Private Sale Beautifully Renovated Home with Private Sale
14.85 Acres Superb Indoor/Outdoor Liveability
Price $1,199,000 - $1,225,000 Price $665,000 - $695,000
Escape the hustle and bustle and arrive Classic built home in a peaceful yet
home to this haven where privacy and Office 2/137 Main Street, convenient setting within walking Office 2/137 Main Street,
serenity go hand in hand. This grand Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 distance to schools, village shopping Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
blue stone built home strikes a balance centre and parkland. Four bedrooms
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
between elegance and character. and two lavish bathrooms and a raft
Situated on approx. 14.85 acres of Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 of modern features including ducted Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
predominantly cleared land with a little Web central heating, gas fireplace, split Web
light bush and with amazing view to the system AC and smeg SS appliances.
Wombat State Forest. Established front & rear gardens and
auto-remote to garage/workshop.

Saturday Saturday
11.00-11.30am 11.45-12.15pm
Photo ID required Photo ID required

3 2 3 4 2 1
Bacchus Marsh 6 O’Hagan Place Bed Bath Car
Bacchus Marsh 3 Kerr Street Bed Bath Car

Quiet Retreat in Neighbourly Court Private Sale Future Potential in a Convenient Location Private Sale
Set on a super sized 1200 sqm parcel This home offers a great opportunity
Price $575,000 – $610,000 Price $385,000 - $410,000
of land is this family home surrounded whether you’re looking for an
by lush greenery and positioned in Office 2/137 Main Street, investment property, or entry into the Office 2/137 Main Street,
quiet court only minutes from Bacchus Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 market in a handy location. This cement Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Marsh’s thriving main street shopping sheet clad home features 4 bedrooms
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
precinct & popular zoned primary master with ensuite, 2 separate living
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 zones, large kitchen with ample Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
schools. The home reveals immense
open plan living zones, updated Web cupboard space. A level rear backyard Web
kitchen with SS appliances extending on approx. 600 sqm. This one will be
to a beautiful covered outdoor hard to beat for convenience.
entertainment area.

Saturday Saturday
1.15-1.45pm 3.15-3.45pm
Photo ID required Photo ID required

3 2 1 3 2 4
Maddingley 3/1 McCrae Street Bed Bath Car
Toolern Vale 212 Andersons Road Bed Bath Car

Maddingley Side Private Sale Unique Home with Mesmerising Views Private Sale
Perfectly located just minutes from This instantly engaging home is
Price $490,000 - $520,000 Price $680,000 - $720,000
Train station, Maddingley Park destined to impress with it’s beautiful
and popular Schools is this quality Office 2/137 Main Street, views, long list of features and versatile Office 2/137 Main Street,
townhouse in a complex of 3. Light Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 floor plan. A stunning renovation is Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
and bright interiors features polished all complete offering 2 living zones,
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
timber flooring, high ceilings, gas 2 bathrooms, a gorgerous kitchen
central heating & evaporative cooling. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 with quality appliances, alfresco Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, quality Web entertainment area, double garage and Web
appliances to kitchen, great outdoor 13m x 7m colourbond workshop, land
entertainment area, single garage plus size is nearly 1 acre (3292sqm) with
workshop. Perfect in every way. town water connected.
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Arbee Real Estate

AUCTION 1 Sutherland Street, Bacchus Marsh AUCTION 18 McFarland Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 3 1 2

Great Opportunity! Great Location! Magnificent Neighbourhood

Consisting of 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, lounge, dining room, kitchen/ One owner, triple fronted, brick and tile 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home
meals area this property is perfect for renovation or extension. with a spacious lounge, kitchen/meals area and north facing sunroom.
Decorative ceilings in the lounge, dining and bedrooms and gas heater Beautiful gardens, carport and large workshop/shed. Corner block
and wall a/c in the lounge. Externally we have a single garage and within walking distance to the Village Shopping Centre and Schools.
carport, and fernery in the large back yard. The block is approximately Excellent location to raise your family. The block is approximately
835m2 and it would also suit a developer. 766m2 and also offers the opportunity for subdivision (STCA).
INSPECT Saturday 15th September 10.30am INSPECT Saturday 15th September 12.30-1.00pm
AUCTION Saturday 15th September 11.00am AUCTION Saturday 6th October 11.00am
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157

FOR SALE 180 Masons Lane, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 17 Leila Court, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 4 4 4 2

5.5 Acres Close To Town Family Home, Large Block!

Excellent family home of 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms & 3 living areas on
Beautiful family home, huge outdoor entertaining area & extensive
a huge 1100m2 block. Master with Ens, remaining 3 bedrooms with
shedding. 4 bedrooms, master with WIR & ens, remaining 3 with BIRs,
BIRs. Dining area, lounge and kitchen meals provide access to huge
spacious kitchen with island bench & an adjacent meals area & huge
undercover outdoor entertaining area. Gas log fire in the lounge & gas
lounge room. Ducted evap cooling, reverse cycle a/c & wood heater.
heater & wall a/c in the kitchen meals area. Double carport, spacious
Outdoor entertaining area joins the house to the 400sqm shedding.
backyard, fully fenced above ground pool, studio/shed and shedding.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $1,500,000 - $1,600,000 FOR SALE $595,000-$625,000
CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl 0409 233 157

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

Unique Gem In The Heart of Town Unique Development Opportunity

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 $799,000 FOR SALE $620,000-$650,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 Liam 0407 385 297

For a renewed approach
to real estate this spring?
Think all real estate agents are the same? At Arbee Real Estate Professionals we pride
ourselves on providing a different point of view, dedicated to offering honest advice
and unique perspective to achieve the best result for you. Our experience and market
knowledge, together with great communication means we take the stress and worry out
of selling your home. Now is the perfect time to organise for a FREE Market Appraisal.
Please call today!

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
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
Trade & Business
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• Heavy Duty VHF - FM - AM Antennas
REFRIGERATION • Digital Ready Antennas
Sales Service • Digital Set Top Boxes
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Complete Maintenance Services CROWN

■ Automotive service and repair
• Qualified and experienced mechanics
■ Vehicle hoist install, maintenance & repair
■ Mobile Service available
“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


Modern day maintenance for your home, farm or rural property

♦ Kitchen and bathroom renovations ♦ Small excavation & trenching FREE
♦ 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
♦ New fencing and fence maintenance ♦ Need something done? JUST ASK!
Call Steve: 5360 8394 Mobile: 0499 102 139


Carpet Cleaning, Upholstery, Tile, Grout, Windows, Concrete,

Auto & Marine Upholstery, Vinyl Stripping & Sealing

- Manufacturing - Metals - Engineering On Site
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• Pat Testing 2 Osborne Street, Bacchus Marsh ✸ Rock Walls ✸ Trenching

Ph: 5368 2001

• 24 Hour Emergency Service ✸ Dams ✸ Redgum Firewood
E: No job too small. Reliable service and competitive rates.
M: 0433 348 403 REC 5096 Phone Andrew 0439 681 120


Peter Fry Bacchus

Bobcat & Small Tipper

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& General Earthworks
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Flowers for all occasions
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Weekend Work Wedding Specialist Call for an appointment
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Ph Steve 0439 476 966 Adam: 0428 519 855 Phone Melinda 0418 103 533
Trade & Business
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Kyleah Faye Payne
Kyleah Faye Payne
BAITI - Angelina
19.07.1972 – 12.09.2016
19.07.1972 – 12.09.2016

Passed away peacefully at home on 05.09.2018

Aged 91 years.
Loved Mother of Grace. Mother-in-law of Alan.
Grandmother of Brett & Simone, and Darrin & Marnie.
Great Grandmother of Ashlee, Lachlan, Trae and Sienna.
Rest In Peace
Forever In Our Hearts
MissMissyou more everyday
you more

My heart is with you always

everyday my heart

FUNERAL NOTICE is with you always

Funeral Notice BAITI -
Mrs Gwendoline Deighton
Funeral Prayers for the late Mrs Angelina Baiti will be FUNERALS
held at Michael Crawford Funerals Chapel, 226 Main
Street, Bacchus Marsh on Thursday September 13, 2018
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commencing at 2.00pm.
Tuesday 7th August 2018
A Private Cremation will follow.
DEIGHTON - (nee Barber)
No flowers by request.

In lieu please consider a donation to the Children’s Cancer

Foundation in memory of Angelina. Envelopes will be
The Funeral Service to give thanks and celebrate the life of the late Mrs Gwendoline (Gwen)
Deighton will be held at St Andrew’s Uniting Church, Gisborne Road Bacchus Marsh on Friday,
August 10, 2018atcommencing
the Chapel. at 1.30pm.

Casual Disability Support Workers

A Private Cremation Will Follow

West Division – Central Highlands Area (Ararat, Bacchus Marsh & Ballarat)

BACCHUS MARSH BALLAN We are seeking committed Disability Support Workers for casual positions in the Specialist Disability
53676733 Accommodation (SDA) facilities and Short Term Accommodation & Assistance (STAA – facility based respite) across the West Division of the Department of Health and Human Services.
About the Role
DEATH NOTICE MUSIC Our residents have various support needs and the role of a Casual Disability Support Worker involves :
• supporting the individual’s participation within the community
WIDGER • providing personal care and companionship manual handling
Leslie Robert • transportation
17.01.1929 ~ 01/09/2018
The work includes support to residents 24 hours a day - including mornings, evenings, weekends, active
Dearly loved husband of Mollie for 62 wonderful years.
nights and sleep overs.
Much loved father and father-in-law of Leanne and Jim, and Sharyn.
Adored Pa of Alice and David, Leigh and Kellie, Glenn,
Jayne and David.
Piano Lessons Is this you?
• Reliable and Empathetic?
Great Pa of thirteen and Joshua (dec). piano & keyboard • Wanting to add value to the lives of individuals living with a disability
Forever in our hearts beginner guitar • Dedicated and passionate about providing care and improving the lives of those living with a disability
May you rest in peace double bass You will also play an active role in facilitating the development and enhancement of independent living
A special thank you to Dr Sadhai, the palliative care nurses (Gordon)
and other skills including the individual’s participation in the community.
and all the staff at the Bacchus Marsh Hospital for the Tim Nelson Must haves!
wonderful care given to Les 0450 904 464 In order for your application to be considered you will already have met the following requirements :
• Australian Work Rights
FUNERALS FOR SALE • Working with Children Check (Employee)
• First Aid Certificate – Level 2 (including CPR)

• Reliable and flexible


• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Empathy and a demonstrated ability to work with our residents to actively meet their individual goals
• Availability & willingness to commit to on-call and work shifts at short notice

Iron Bark, Desirable
• Cert III or IV in Disability/Mental Health/Individual Support/Aged Care
Box, • Current full driver’s Licence
Common This role requires work-related travel across metropolitan and regional Victoria, on occasion at very short
notice. The department will consider all reasonable adjustments for candidates with a disability.
1114 Doveton St. Nth, Ready to burn The department promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment and is committed to a
Ballarat 5368 9066 more diverse workforce. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicant, or if you have a
disability, and require advice and support with the recruitment process, contact our Diversity Unit on

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For further information on the position description and the selection criteria visit;

All Hours OFFICE Please contact Simon Brennan on 03 5333 6033 regarding queries on the role, or Jackie Allada on
02 9275 7575 if you have issues applying for the role.

Full seartveicceost
15 Haddon Drive, Ballan, 3342
Job Reference number: DHHS/WWD/10761
PHONE (03) 5368 1966

Applications close: Midnight Wednesday 19 September 2018

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The PCC Sub Junior Team and Coaches with their Reserve Aggregate Trophy.
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Pentland Calisthenics College

The Intermediates headed off to Penola Districts competition. Over the course of the
College in Broadmeadows for their day they achieved the following placings:
North Districts competition. It was a big March – 2nd, Clubs – Honourable Mention,
competition with combined divisions. The Free Exercises – 2nd, Rods – Honourable
girls were awarded Highly Commended Mention, Aesthetics – Honourable Mention.
– Clubs and Revue, Honourable Mention – With a 1st placing in their final item for the
Free Exercises. day – Revue, they were awarded the Reserve
The Seniors headed to Frankston for the Aggregate Trophy. Coaches Chelsea Bell and
second time this season; this time for their Gayle Stewart were surprised and thrilled
Bayside competition. Placing in every item
with the results.
they achieved the following placings –
March – Honourable Mention, Clubs – 3rd, “This is very unexpected. We were totally
Free Exercises – 2nd, Rods – 3rd, Aesthetics unprepared for this,” said Gayle on accepting
– Honourable Mention and Dance – 2nd. the award.
Casual Disability Support Workers It was the Sub Juniors who earlier in the “Well done to our beautiful Sub Juniors who
day had a very exciting competition when worked really hard; congratulations we are
West Division – Western Melbourne Area (Brimbank, Melton, Wyndham, Hobsons Bay, very proud of you,” she said.
they travelled to Burwood East for their Mt
Moonee Valley & Maribyrnong)
We are seeking committed Disability Support Workers for casual positions in the Specialist Disability APC Notice
Accommodation (SDA) facilities and Short Term Accommodation & Assistance (STAA – facility based
respite) across the West Division of the Department of Health and Human Services.
About the Role
Our residents have various support needs and the role of a Casual Disability Support Worker involves : 1. Obligation to publish – Designated Resolution 5
• supporting the individual’s participation within the community
• providing personal care and companionship manual handling 5. Publication of notices about the Council
• transportation
The work includes support to residents 24 hours a day - including mornings, evenings, weekends, active
(1) Each publisher must publish a notice about the Council in each print publication it
nights and sleep overs. controls and on each website it controls.
Is this you?
• Reliable and Empathetic?
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(2) The content and format of the notice will be as determined from time to time by the
Council. The notice is to be
Results published
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• Wanting to add value to the lives of individuals living with a disability
• Dedicated and passionate about providing care and improving the lives of those living with a disability to the editor or the home page of a website, or in such
Wednesday Stableford, Men’s & Ladies.
other position as is agreed wi
Executive Director of the Council.
You will also play an active role in facilitating the development and enhancement of independent living Winner Bob Arklay (10) 35 points, R/up Les Martin (16) 29 points.
and other skills including the individual’s participation in the community.
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Must haves!
In order for your application to be considered you will already have met the following requirements : Saturday Stroke
• Australian Work Rights 2. Form and content determined by the
(2nd Qualifying Council
Round – Council decision
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By Todd Whelan
Devils in Nail-Biter
free kick of the afternoon Brian Graham was out- portance to the team cannot sway with Darren Leonard office for the whistleblowers,
(yes, I did say 45th) would standing in his fifth game be underestimated. Often pivotal in the end result. where a near record 73 free
REIGNING Premiers Darley be enough to overcome the back after missing a large lauded for his work at the Jacob Zeestraten wore his kicks were paid (North Bal-
have booked themselves a Devils. Unfortunately for chunk of the season with a coalface and as a reliable in- small forwards like a glove larat City 45 - Darley 28).  
Preliminary Final date with City it was a straight sets knee problem. Graham’s ef- side player, Baker has added and was ably assisted by the North Ballarat City maybe
East Point after a thrilling finals exit of heartbreak pro- ficiency by foot, especially in outside run, carry and finish run of Luke Delahey and rueing their decision to leave
two-point win over North portions, their two losses the back half, gave the Dev- to his bag of tricks in more Tom Evans. While it wasn’t out brothers Sam and Na-
Ballarat City last Sunday. coming from a combined ils every chance to negotiate recent times. The 25-year the complete four quarter than Dunstan. Sam booted
The win was set up in the total of three points. their way out of trouble as old  doesn’t fumble below performance by any stretch five goals in City’s 31-point
third term as the Devils Darley playing Coach he, Shane Page, Jackson Car- his knees, his clean hands it was testament to the Dev- win over Darley back in
booted seven goals to two, Heath Scotland said there rick, and Luke Delahey often at ground level in and out ils’ character that they were Round 17 including four in
flipping a 15-point half time was no magic wand waved combined on the rebound of congestion are a sure sign able to fight back against the the first term and went on
deficit on its head to lead or life changing motivation- with telling effect. of a player brimming with odds and win a final that had to finish the season with 34
by 15 at the final change. al speech made at half time Darley midfielder Steven confidence.     season ending ramifications goals.
City kicked with the aid of to inspire the boys. Kennedy’s contribution in Dane Grenfell (four goals) for the loser. Darley will en- DARLEY   3.1-19   5.1-31 
enough breeze to make a dif- “We just needed to take the second half of the sea- and Harley Inglis (two goals) deavour to overcome the mi- 12.3-75   13.3-81   def
ference in the final term but stock, ensure our mental at- son has been as good as looked dangerous forward nor premiers East Point for
were unable to reel in the titude was in the right place anyone’s in the competition. for most parts of the day. a spot in this year’s Grand
CITY   1.5-11   6.10-46   8.12-
margin. City’s Mitch Johns and make some necessary His importance to the side Grenfell booted three of his Final when they travel back
60   11.13-79
missed out on a golden op- positional changes,” he said. was heightened earlier in the four goals from set shots to City Oval this Saturday.
portunity to put his team in year with the absence of Bri- close to the boundary with The Devils won’t be the only DARLEY (GOALS)  D.
“We backed ourselves in to Grenfell 4, S. Kennedy 3,
front by failing to convert a an Graham, and boy has he his accuracy keeping the party that has to make the
get the job done, it really was delivered. Kennedy’s  over- Devils within reach early. H. Inglis 2. M. Young, J.
very gettable set shot from big selections at match com-
a win for effort.” head marking and forward Inglis was a live wire inside Ancrum, S. McDonald, J.
35 metres out, with just two mittee this week. East Point
minutes remaining on the Scotland was quick to praise half influence has witnessed the Devils’ forward 50m and were exposed for leg speed Carrick.
clock. Nonetheless, the win the reliability of his defence. a spike in recent weeks. Ken- became just as important in their second Semi Final DARLEY (BEST)  S. Ken-
for Darley was deserved de- “Our backline has been a nedy has played a major role with the footy as he was loss to Melton and will face nedy, H.Inglis, J. Carrick,
spite the narrow margin, a rock for us all season, we in the Devils’ resurgence without it. His forward pres- a degree of scrutiny of their D. Leonard, B. Graham, D.
loss would have been a steal have a group of hard-nosed this year with the club hav- sure complimented the mes- own kind. Even the boys in Grenfell.
in the end for City. The Dev- defenders that are always up ing won seven of their last sage that has been handed green who officiate this great Saturday’s Preliminary Fi-
ils defence stood up under for the fight.”  eight matches.       down by Coach Scotland all game of ours will be lucky to nal between East Point and
the finals pressure. Not even The Devils were not short of Luther Baker is becoming year.  survive the axe this week in Darley at City Oval will be
a 24th minute final term winning contributors espe- a more and more rounded After a scratchy first half, what was widely acknowl- broadcast LIVE from 2pm on
goal to City from their 45th cially in the second half. player each week, his im- the Devils defence held edged as a poor day at the Apple 98.5FM.

Photos: Tim Saultry

C Grade Semi Final - Sunbury v Darley Photos: Tim Saultry

Darley Junior Football

Netball Club
Results – Preliminary Finals

U/12 Reserves
Darley 0-0-0 lost Redan 3-1-19
Awards – Rohan Champness (BOG)

U/13 Reserves
Darley 21 def Redan 12
Goals – Charlotte Drevensek 15, Ella Closter 6
Awards – Sienna Dugan (BOC)
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Central Highlands Grand FInals

Photos: Tim Saultry

Ballarat Football League Central Highlands Football League

Results – Grand Finals
Results – Semi Finals Seniors
Beaufort 15.9  (99) def Buninyong  9.7  (61)
Seniors Reserves
Melton 12.11  (83) def East Point 9.10  (64) Buninyong 12.4  (76) def Beaufort 5.10  (40)
Darley 13.3 (81) def Nth Ballarat City 11.13 (79) Under 18
Springbank 14.11  (95) def Buninyong 5.9  (39)
Reserves GOALS (Springbank)
East Point 14.12  (96) def Sunbury 2.6  (18) James Spicer 4, Jai McHenry 3, Angus Stewart 2, Scott Bald-
win, Kieran Maher 1, Maison Doll, Nathan Kennedy
BEST (Springbank)
Under 18.5s
Kieran Maher, Wil McGannon, Magbul Abraham, Alex
North Ballarat City 7.16  (58) def Sunbury  6.11  (47)
Wethling, Daniel Baldwin, James Spicer
East Point 7.9 (51) def Redan 5.5 (35)
Under 15
Skipton 16.14  (110) def Gordon 2.2  (14)
GOALS (Gordon)
Jack Johnston 1, Clayton Winter
BEST (Gordon)
Daniel Pascoe, Lachlan Reynolds, Lucas Edmonds, Dylan
Anderson, Jake Cardona, Cameron Reynolds

Central Highlands Netball League

Results – Grand Final
Ballarat Football Netball League 13 & Under
Buninyong 27 def Springbank 18
Results – Semi-Finals Best on court – Eliza Baker (Buninyong)
15 & Under
Buninyong 30 def Bungaree 29
A Grade
Best on court – Isabella Stevens (Buninyong)
North Ballarat City (51) def East Point (35)
17 & Under
Sunbury (55) def Lake Wendouree (43) Learmonth 22 lost Hepburn 24
Best on court – Jessica Smith (Learmonth)
B Grade C Grade
Sunbury (45) lost Lake Wendouree (47) Hepburn 43 lost Learmonth 44
East Point (43) def Redan (36) Best on court – Tara Woods (Learmonth)
B Grade
C Grade Springbank 33 lost Learmonth 34
Best on court– Kaitlyn Balazic (Learmonth)
Ballarat (34) def Bacchus Marsh (33)
A Grade
Sunbury (44) def Darley (30)
Learmonth 47 def Springbank 38
Best on court – Nicole O’Brien (Learmonth)
19 & Under
Ballarat (35) def North Ballarat City (31)
Melton South (39) lost Lake Wendouree (41)

D Grade
Lake Wendouree (27) lost East Point (32)
Bacchus Marsh (35) def Melton (24)

E Grade
Melton South (32) def Ballarat (15)
Bacchus Marsh (28) def Sebastopol (13)

Ballarat Junior Football League

Results - Preliminary Finals

U16.5 Seniors
East Point 10.10 (70) def Lake Wendouree  6.8 (44)

U16.5 Reserves
Ballarat 9.11 (65) def Redan 3.5 (23)

U14 Seniors
North Ballarat 12.5 (77) def Mount Clear 6.2 (38)

U14 Reserves
Redan 7.4 (46) def Mount Clear  5.2 (32)

U12 Seniors
Ballarat 3.3 (21) def Mount Clear 1.5 (11)

U12 Reserves
Redan 3.1 (19) def Darley 0.0   (0)
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LEO—July 23-August 22

Stars & Puzzles

Sports are accented as are team efforts generally. You
may have to tell a stuborn or snobbish friend to back off.
A financial transaction may be unexpectedly delayed.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
The week favours a comprehensive financial review. A
family member responds to your suggestions and a fa-
vourite source of information may not be as reliable as
you think. The romance scene may brighten.
QUICK PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22

★★★★★★★★ A friend is easier to pin down than you may think. The
week offers good companionship and time for plotting
your long term objectives. Be sure that your advice is
not misunderstood.
★★★★★★★★ SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
Humour is the current keyword. A lighthearted approach
helps you put professional disagreements in a proper per-
ARIES—March 21-April 20 spective. A loved one is more supportive than you may
Watch out for that sarcasic streak - it may backfire. realize.
Renewed friendships and important family reconciliations
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
are focused.
Conflicting stories come your way. Each may have some
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 element of truth. Watch a tendency to make light of situ-
This will be a good week for examining family history ations that require thorough consideration. Romance is
and perhaps preparing a family tree. Friends share some on a steadier course.
exciting news. Job responsibilities may increase quickly.
CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 Your down to earth approach earns you the respect of
Bit by bit you are catching up. The key is give each project someone in an executive position. The weekend accents
the attention it earns. Neighbours are buzzing with news. travel blended with educational activities. Financial news
Romantic times are on the horizon. may hold some promise.

CANCER—June 22-July 22 AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19

NO. 9058 Someone is benefiting from your advice. The key is to Variety makes this a potentially successful week. The key
ACROSS DOWN heed that same advice yourself. You may find it is im- is to remain highly organized and recognize opportuni-
1. Sympathy (6-7) 1. End (6) portant to speak from your heart to a close friend or rela- ties as they arise. Sentimental sessions are highlighted.
8. Material (5) 2. Passenger ship (5) tive. PISCES—February 20-March 20
9. Dog (7) 3. Vehicle (7)
10. Writer (6) 4. Buff (4) LEO—July 23-August 22 Luck seems to be on your side - but leave nothing to
11. Walked (6) 5. Be (5) chance. An unhappy friend may respond positively to your
Sports are accented as are team efforts generally. You upbeat example. Partnership arrangements generally are
12. Intoxicated (5) 6. Beg (7) may have to tell a stuborn or snobbish friend to back off.
14. Velocity (5) 7. Understand (6) spotlighted this week.
A financial transaction may be unexpectedly delayed.
18. Snack (6) 13. Endanger (7)
20. Globe (6) 15. Red pepper (7) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
23. Cyclone (7) 16. Support (6) Your mysterious qualities have a special appeal for many
24. Vexed (5) 17. Nook (6) The week favours a comprehensive financial review. A people. Your deep sense of commitment makes you a good
25. Vacationists (13) 19. Sedate (5) family member responds to your suggestions and a fa- friend to a lucky few. This year you could cram in writing,
21. Avoid (5) vourite source of information may not be as reliable as travelling to an exotic destination and enter into a
22. Imitate (4) you think. The romance scene may brighten. partnership arrangement.

CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22

ACROSS A friend is easier to pin down than you may think. The
1. The difference between one lexicographer and an- week offers good companionship and time for plotting

other? (6,2,5). 8. Charming ending to a meal (5). 9. Go your long term objectives. Be sure that your advice is
on from the overure (7). 10. Be sadder than, at the up- not misunderstood.
roar (6). 11. Going up to get a bouquet (6). 12. Notes the
ratio (5). 14. Not true performing fleas (5). 18. Walk in SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
the rose garden? (6). 20. Kick up a racket on getting
about an English pound less than (6). 23. As he un- NUMBER GAME
Humour is the current keyword. A lighthearted approach
helps you put professional disagreements in a proper per-
wrapped the cover (7). 24. Burning to go to jail? (5). 25. spective. A loved one is more supportive than you may
A parting shot (3,3,3,4).
1. Give the most reliable ballpoint to (6). 2. Minister to SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
as though it were a great pleasure (5). 3. Dead right: the Conflicting stories come your way. Each may have some
name is on the side (7). 4. Name of the man standing element of truth. Watch a tendency to make light of situ-
inside (4). 5. Bids farewell to Marcel? (5). 6. Quick sell- ations that require thorough consideration. Romance is
ers at the greengrocer’s? (7). 7. The bed linen he puts on a steadier course.
outside (6). 13. Come through inside and he’ll introduce
you (7). 15. Like most people, you say, requiring time CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
(7). 16. Expressly for the musician (6). 17. Wound Edwin
treated the time before (6). 19. Left the boy with some- Your down to earth approach earns you the respect of
thing to play (5). 21. Collar round the neck (5). 22. Bowed, someone in an executive position. The weekend accents
producing a gift (4). travel blended with educational activities. Financial news
may hold some promise.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
age . 16, Presto. 17, T-wined. 19, L-Otto. 21, Lasso. 22,
Waves. 6, Runners. 7, S-he-ets. 13, Com-per-e. 15, Aver- Variety makes this a potentially successful week. The key
is to remain highly organized and recognize opportuni-
Down - 1, Best-O-W. 2, Treat. 3, Late-R-Al. 4, A-lA-f. 5,
Across - 1, Football. 6, Slur. 8, Oslo. 9, Corvette. 10,
for the road. ties as they arise. Sentimental sessions are highlighted.
State. 11, Cheque. 13, Hebrew. 15, Seethe. 17, Sprawl.
Ramble. 20, Be-L-low. 23, Shea-the. 24, Arson. 25, One
PISCES—February 20-March 20
19, Brute. 22, Prodigal. 23, Teal. 24, Brie. 25, Tenacity.
Out-cry. 11, A-scent. 12, Scale. 14, False (anag.). 18,
Down - 2, Onset. 3, Trotter. 4, Arch. 5, Lyricist. 6, Sieve.
Across - 1, Battle of words. 8, Sweet. 9, Advance. 10, Luck seems to be on your side - but leave nothing to
7, Untruth. 12, Twilight. 14, Emperor. 16, Erratic. 18,
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS chance. An unhappy friend may respond positively to your
Addle. 20, Trait. 21, Flan. upbeat example. Partnership arrangements generally are
Crutch. 17, Recess. 19, Staid. 21, Evade. 22, Copy. spotlighted this week.
ist. 6, Implore. 7, Gather. 13, Imperil. 15, Paprika. 16,
Across - 1,Scrapped. 6, Wood (would). 8, Co-O-p. 9,
Down - 1, Finish. 2, Liner. 3, Omnibus. 4, Fawn. 5, Ex- BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Overseen (anag.). 10, He-a-Rd. 11, See f-it. 13, S-to-
20, Sphere. 23, Tornado. 24, Irate. 25, Holidaymakers. Your mysterious qualities have a special appeal for many
Len. 15, Resign. 17, Treble. 19, D’I-van. 22, Take a tip.
Scribe. 11, Strode. 12, Tipsy. 14, Speed. 18, Repast. people. Your deep sense of commitment makes you a good
23, Lo-p(urpl)e. 24 ,Good. 25, Res-I-den-t.
Across - 1, Fellow-feeling. 8, Ninon. 9, Whippet. 10, friend to a lucky few. This year you could cram in writing,
Down - 2, C-L-ove. 3, A-ppare-L. 4, P-lot. 5, Dressers.
QUICK SOLUTIONS travelling to an exotic destination and enter into a
6, W-a-St-e. 7, Opening. 12, Ancestor. 14, Torn-ado. 16, partnership arrangement.
Spi-L-L-ed. 18, Bleed. 20, Asp-(m)en. 21, Spas (rev.).
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