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Supporting
wounded
warriorsBy Jessica Howard

The Bacchus Marsh RSL Women’s Auxiliary have helped
to create hundreds of laundry bags in support of Australia’s
servicemen and women.
The laundry bags depict Australian themes and will be
presented to athletes involved in the 2018 Invictus Games
- an international multi-sport competition for serving and
former serving military personnel who’ve been wounded,
injured or become ill during military service.
The laundry bag project was instigated by the Central
Council of Women’s Auxiliaries New South Wales State
President, Pauline James, and involves the creation of 550
handmade laundry bags for participating athletes.
Bacchus Marsh RSL Women’s Auxiliary President, Bev
Kummerlowe said the community group was more than
happy to be involved in the project.
“When it was decided that the Invictus Games would be
held in Australia this year, the head office asked if auxiliaries
in Victoria and New South Wales would help make the bags
for the athletes and of course we said yes,” she said.
“We have about six volunteers making the bags from home
and they can be as creative as they want, as long as the bags
are a certain measurement and have some sort of Aussie
theme, like vegemite or a wombat.
“One lady in particular, Beryl Leek, has put in a lot of hours
and she is just craft crazy. She’ll bring one of her new designs
in and all the ladies will ask her where she got the pattern,
and they’ll go home and make another design. It’s a real team
effort; all the volunteers are phenomenal”.
The Bacchus Marsh RSL Women’s Auxiliary have made in
excess of 100 bags so far.
“Our ladies have been committed to creating the bags
for these diggers who have been to war and got hurt,” Ms
Kummerlowe said.
“It’s a little token of gratitude for those diggers and it’s what
being part of the RSL is all about”.
The laundry bags will be presented at the 2018 Invictus
Beryl Leek with one of the ‘Australiana’ laundry bags she has made. Photo – Helen Tatchell Games in Sydney, which will run from October 20 to 27.

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Ejected after
stripping to undies
By Helen Tatchell Moorabool Mayor Cr Paul Tatchell took
If ever a council meeting needed to be live- control of the situation, asked Mr Aquilina to
streamed it was on Wednesday 2 May at the put on his shoes and escorted him willingly,
Ballan council chambers. from the chamber room.
The meeting ended as quickly as it started “I will leave as long as I can wear my safety
when at 6.02pm the Ordinary Meeting
thongs”.
of Council was adjourned due to a man
removing his clothes in the gallery. It is alleged Mr Aquilina, who suffers from
Twin brothers Max and Charlie (3yo) with Noah (4yo) in front of the new mosaic art of
Godwin Aquilina stripped down to just a an Acquired Brain Injury, is angry at council
Humpty Dumpty. Photo – Jessica Howard
hat and his orange underpants and shouted for enforcing his property to be cleared of

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he was doing so because he has “..been rubbish and vehicles outside the boundary
stripped of my rights” by council. and on the nature strip.
Mr Aquilina is infamously known as the
owner of Jackie Chan the ram, previously The meeting resumed at 6.08pm when Mr
housed at a property in Love Close, Bacchus Aquilina departed, after offering an apology
Marsh. to the gallery.

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By Jessica Howard “Humpty Dumpty is the result of many,
many hours’ work donated by our mosaics
Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall, and didn’t tutor, Christine Cocking along with a
fall, of the Darley Neighbourhood House. handful of very enthusiastic volunteers, in
A 3D mosaic replicating the character in particular Phillip Cocking, helping with the
the old English nursery rhyme was recently daunting task of installing him,” she said.
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Renae Knight said the project was funded by “Humpty is a real feature for the House and I N T H E B I S T R O
a community grant from Moorabool Shire we’ve had lots of positive feedback from the
Council. local community”.
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David Goldsmith receives the donation cheque from Adrianne and Kate O’Sullivan.
Photo – Helen Tatchell

Preserving Protecting precious
The locally common Brisbane Ranges grevillea. Photo - Landcare

aviation history flora and fauna
By Helen Tatchell MRC Foundation will help us progress and
assist us with repairs, restorations and the
Pegasus – the name means horse and is also preservation of the museum. We have a By Jessica Howard “This conservation program will help
the name of a rewards promotion gift to a workshop, paint shop and the museum with protect native flora and fauna by reducing
local not for profit community organisation. Sections of the Brisbane Ranges National populations of deer and feral goats to
potential for a fabric workshop.”
Park will be temporarily closed during a manageable levels.
The Australian Gliding Museum at the To restore gliders to original condition,
three-year conservative program aimed at “Unaffected sections of the national park
Bacchus Marsh aerodrome were given plywood and a polyester/synthetic cloth is
a funding boost from Stoney’s Club in protecting and rehabilitating native flora
used. will remain open to the public.”
Maddingley, one of 11 Pegasus Leisure and fauna.
Kate O’Sullivan from the Pegasus Leisure The Brisbane Ranges National Park supports
group venues, that is supported by the The program will be delivered by Parks
Group congratulated the gliding club and more than 600 plant species, representing a
MRC Foundation; a philanthropic arm of was pleased to support their organisation. Victoria, with some sections of the park
quarter of the number of recorded flora in
Melbourne Racing Club. closed to the public for periods of time on
“You give to the community and the Victoria.
An oversized cheque for $1000 was gladly two-to-three days each month.
Foundation is just another way of applying This includes the locally common Brisbane
received by David Goldsmith from the for funds. The conservation program will focus
on reducing numbers of deer and feral Ranges grevillea, which is found nowhere
museum. “Stoney’s Club has just undergone a major
goats in the park, which are damaging the else in the world.
“We have three gliding clubs here, Geelong, renovation with close to three quarters of a
Melbourne and Beaufort and after losing environment. Mr English said Parks Victoria is using
million dollars spent to provide a community
our major sponsor last year, this donation is Parks Victoria District Manager, Tony highly skilled professionals to deliver the
meeting place.”
gratefully received. English said the program will be carried program, which will be thoroughly planned
The Australian Gliding Museum is
“Currently we are surviving on out during afternoons and evenings, under and carried out under strict conditions
located at 20 Jensz Rd, Parwan and is open
memberships and donations. We have 63 strictly controlled conditions. designed to ensure safe, effective and
by arrangement – 0419 587 208 (bookings).
gliders in the collection and some we have The cost of an annual subscription is $20 “The Brisbane Ranges National Park is humane practices at all times.
returned to flying condition, with vintage and donations can be sent to: Australian home to many important plant and animal For details of any public access changes
gliders being restored,” he said. Gliding Museum, P O Box 2536, Mount species, and is the state’s richest wildflower in the Brisbane Ranges National Park, visit
“The money we have received from the Waverly Vic. 3149 habitat,” he said. www.parks.vic.gov.au.

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More hands
make light
work
By Carol Saffer what we had completed at the end of the
day.”
Five locals from Dales Creek and Bacchus Farm owner Harry Roberts working
Marsh joined BlazeAid volunteers bussed to alongside the volunteers on his large tractor
Cobden to help bushfire damaged farms. said “they helped me a lot. It would have
Lance Jennison, Ron Geurts, Ron Perry, taken a long time to do it by myself.”
Stuart Robertson, and Henry Gasior were
“My family has four farms in the Cobden
Gordon resident and mother of five boys, Betty Winter, was happy with her free tree. amongst the 40-person team travelling from
area and two of them were affected by the

Plants for mum
Melton on board the Bacchus Marsh coach,
bushfires. I am very appreciative of the
to the site of the St Patrick’s Day bushfires
BlazeAid assistance.”
that destroyed nearly 3,000 kilometres of
boundary and internal fencing at Cobden, Emergency Management Co-ordinator Peter
Macarther and Terang. Doyle from Melton City Council organised
Bacchus Marsh resident Lance Jennison the day-trip after a suggestion from Melton
By Carol Saffer Senior Sargent Simon Payne who previously
said, “the teams worked assisting farmers
to remove burnt fences, roll up kilometres of worked in Cobden.
An idea to encourage people to plant natives in their garden saw Jennifer Johnson from wire and erect new fences.” Mr Doyle said the council was very pleased
Landcare Australia’s Moorabool Catchment group set up a table with a variety of options. Mr Jennison, deployed by BlazeAid after with the response from residents to a
the 2015 Scotsburn fire, said it was tougher council flyer calling for volunteers to join the
Ms Johnson handed out free trees to shoppers at the local supermarket in Ballan as part of
work on the steep hills of the cattle grazing BlazeAid program. Bacchus Marsh Coaches
the group’s ‘Plant a tree for mum’ Mother’s Day campaign. country around Cobden than on the provided the bus to the council at cost.
“We would like the locals to celebrate their mum on Mother’s Day by planting a tree in her relatively flat lands of Scotsburn. The coach load of volunteers was the second
honour,” Ms Johnson said. Mr Geurts said at the end of the day one funded by the City of Melton. Mr Doyle
everyone had a feeling of achievement. is hoping to be able to run a third coach
“Flowering native plants are great for the birds and the bees.”
“We were physically tired and dirty, but it saying the clean-up could take another two
The group gave away a variety of home gardening and life style native plants. was very fulfilling. Especially when we saw months.

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Brett beats Billy By Doug Button

There was plenty of huffing and puffing as
men, women and children took the challenge
of running or walking, in a race against a train.
Bacchus Marsh marathon runner, Brett Ellis,
has placed third in one of the nation’s most
popular events – Puffing Billy’s Great Train
Race.
Brett, 23, who is in training for his first
overseas marathon in Christchurch next
month, crossed the line in 44 minutes and
nine seconds, less than two minutes behind
the winner.
“It was a real battle for third place,’’ Ellis said.
He said he felt he was “on track’’ for a good
showing in New Zealand where he hoped
to finish the marathon inside 2 hours and 25
minutes.
For his effort Ellis won a $500 voucher from
Brooks, the shoe manufacturer, a free pass to
a Mornington bath house and a Puffing Billy

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year.
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Stuart Lardner, Mary-Anne Thomas (Member for Macedon), Kylie Trott, and Charles Dickie
at the new campground site in the Lerderderg State Park. Photo - submitted

Bush ‘hotel’ site opens Photo: Helen Tatchell

By Helen Tatchell

As winter approaches, camping is still
on the agenda for many a dedicated bush
said the Andrews Labor Government has
invested around $80,000 to develop the
campground and Parks Victoria plans to
continue expanding the site over the coming
Taking a new path
walker and families. years. By Helen Tatchell in community engagement, leadership,
The Lerderderg State Park is now home “This campground will encourage more teamwork, communication, goal setting,
to a new campground located on Upper people to explore the spectacular scenery An intense seven-month program is set to support networks, and resilience.”
Chadwick Track, five kilometres from Lerderderg State Park has to offer, and to provide nine young people with assistance in
The Moorabool program was launched in
O’Brien’s Crossing. The Lerderderg learn more about Victoria’s parks, plants and future careers and community participation.
Campground is accessible with two-wheel late March with the first direct involvement
animals,” Ms Thomas said. The Western Bulldogs Leadership Project
drive vehicles, and is available without for the group being a two-night camp, after
The park is also important for wildlife, with has partnered with Moorabool Shire Council
bookings, on a first-in, first-served basis. and local businesses being involved with attending the Western Bulldogs v Essendon
koalas, kangaroos, wallabies and echidnas
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Campground sits deep within gumtree keen-eyed visitors can see greater gliders, Youth Development Officer Linda (104) def Bombers 12.11 (83).
forests at the northern end of the state park mountain brushtail possums, bent-wing bats Mackenzie said the program offers practical Sponsors of the project will have the
and offers camping sites with fire-pits, picnic and powerful owls. and theory-based activities. opportunity to attend a ‘meet and greet’
tables and toilets. For further information visit www.parks. “The program is designed to support in coming weeks with a graduation at the
Member for Macedon, Mary-Anne Thomas vic.gov.au. young people to enhance their capacities completion of the program in September.

Environmental Opinion
TOM

with Tom Kingston

No fresh air in federal budget
As year follows year and of university studies of the to $1.25 billion in 2021-22. Government spending on 4. The Federal Govern- 7. One thing that was no-
budget follows budget the Budget, spell out why this This means that the Clean renewable energy. Why is ment announced that the ticed in the fine print of
newspapers follow the sto- budget is so horribly igno- Energy Finance Corpora- this government ignoring Renewable Energy Target the Environment Depart-
ries and the Treasurer gets rant and short termed. tion, the Australian Re- this? Who controls this will be phased out from ment’s budget paper is that
much airplay. Here are just some specific newable Energy Agency government? 2020. Meanwhile, the fossil the Government is now
This year’s federal budget examples of the betrayal of (ARENA) and the Emis- And we all know that cli- fuel industry will continue finally admitting that it is
is no different and the all things environmental in sions Reductions Fund will mate change is happening. to receive billions of dollars failing to meet its legisla-
reactions are also pretty this year’s budget. all be operating with less In the summer of 2016/17 in government handouts
tive requirement to protect
normal. ‘What will it mean 1. The Treasurer Scott funding. This is a signifi- records were set for the each year.
endangered species. The
for us’ is the immediate Morrison neglected to even cant cut compared to the highest monthly mean tem- 5. The Federal Govern-
Government is required
general headline. In other mention ‘climate change’ in original allocation of fund- peratures for Sydney and ment confirmed that they
words, ‘What will it mean ing for ARENA, which was by law to develop spe-
his budget speech. Brisbane and the highest will not adopt the Op-
for our pockets?’ $1.4 billion in the 2012-13 daytime temperatures on position’s 50% renewable cies recovery plans when
2. Funding for Australia’s
There is no headline, that budget. This will severely record for Canberra. New energy target. Instead, mil- the Threatened Species
Environment Department
I noticed, that said, ‘What was cut again in this year’s restrict the ability of the South Wales recorded its lions will be funnelled Committee says they are
will it mean for all life?’ budget. Since the 2012-13 CEFC and ARENA to sup- overall warmest summer into the National Energy needed and in this budget
‘What will it mean for budget, funding for the En- port new renewable energy on record, and Queensland Guarantee (NEG), which in the Government acknowl-
the future of the planet?’ vironment Department has projects. The rest of the had its second-warmest its current form is woefully edges that it is failing to do
What will it mean for fu- been cut by 37%. At a time world is moving ahead summer on record. inadequate when it comes this. And despite admitting
ture humans, fish, barrier when ecosystems are under with a renewable energy Meanwhile Australia’s to tackling climate change. that it is failing to properly
reefs, plants, animals in extreme stress and entire boom and Australia is be- emissions keep increas- 6. There was no mention in administer the law, it isn’t
Australia?’ species are threatened, the ing left behind, choosing ing, with a 1.1% increase this budget of Adani or the putting forward money or
Needless to say nothing. government is choosing to to prop up aging and pol- over the year to September Galilee Basin, but prospects solutions to make sure it
Nothing. cut environment funding. luting coal fired power sta- 2017.The government could for taxpayer funding is still does.
If you think this year’s Fed- 3. In the 2013-14 budget, tions instead. choose to cut our climate live, with Adani talking What is your opinion?
eral Budget was good, read climate spending was $5.75 This flies in the face of pub- pollution by investing in to the Export Finance and
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Register to prevent Dr Peter Veenker, Chair Vic Catchments (left), and Mr Terry Hubbard (right), Chair Landcare
Victoria Inc signing the Memorandum of Understanding in front of the Victorian Parliamentary

further drownings
Secretary for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Mr Anthony Carbines.
Photo - PPWCMA

By Jessica Howard “They will need to fulfil all the criteria,
such as ensuring that their pool fences
Unity in historic signing
Victorians will now be required to register are operational and that they comply with By Doug Button Dr Veenker said the MOU would
their household swimming pools and spas. current regulations,” he said. consolidate the 20-year partnership of the
The mandatory register will include regular “Council has taken the initiative of creating Natural resources in Moorabool stand to two organisations.
inspections to ensure pool and spa safety a data base of pools and spas; however, the benefit from a landmark agreement by two “This agreement will ensure this
barriers are effective and working properly. legislation that has been proposed has yet to state organisations.
relationship will only get better over the next
There are an estimated 158,000 pools be finalised and come into effect. The agreement would promote and bind 20 (years),” he said.
in Victoria, all of which are required to “Pool fencing legislation has changed over sustainable agriculture as well as strengthen
He said government grants to Landcare
meet high safety standards at the time time and this latest legislation was prompted the shire’s management of natural resources
would “go further.”
of construction. However, many are now by a recent tragedy – a toddler drowning – such as rivers, state forests and bushland.
“The partnership of Landcare Victoria Inc Mr Hubbard said the MOU’s aims included
considered to be unsafe due to general wear and a subsequent coroner’s review”.
and Vic Catchments has taken a major step building on the capacity of the two
and tear, landscaping and house alterations, Melton South resident, Elijah Meldrum was
overgrown trees or ground movements. further with the agreement,” Vic Catchments organisations and providing consistency of
just two-years-old when he drowned in his
chair, Dr Peter Veenker said. principles and would also allow flexibility for
Under the regulatory changes, pool and family pool in September 2015. The Coroner’s
spa owners will be required to ensure their Dr Veenker and Landcare Victoria’s Moorabool to implement actions, respecting
report said the death, which was the result of
safety barriers remain in working order at all a faulty pool gate, was preventable. chair, Mr Terry Hubbard have signed a its unique attributes, such as its waterways,
times – just as at the day they were installed. Memorandum of Understanding. and for its residents to set up ways to harness
Elijah was one of 13 drowning deaths of
Under new state government legislation, children aged 0-4 years of age in home The MOU signing was welcomed by skills, knowledge and resources to meet the
households will need to register their pool or swimming pools and outdoor spas in Moorabool Landcare Network president, Mr organisations’ common goals.
spa with their local council and declare their Victoria from July 1 2006 to June 30 2016. Anthony Dufty. Vic Catchments is an unincorporated
pool barriers are compliant. The Andrews Labor Government will “I totally endorse this MOU. I support this industry organisation representing the state’s
Moorabool Shire Council Chief Executive, introduce the new legislation to parliament because it would provide greater ability to ten catchment management authorities and
Rob Croxford said residents will be required in June, with the new mandatory pool and achieve on-ground works,” he said. Landcare Victoria Inc has been the state’s
to undertake an inspection of their pools and spa register and inspection regime to be in “Hopefully this could lead to greater co- peak body for sustained land management
spas every three years. place by the 2019 summer season. funding opportunities.” for 30 years.

Police Rounds ••• ammunition were stolen as well as a quad bike and trailer.
Anyone with information regarding these thefts is urged
A Dutch national was driving his vehicle on Sunday 22
to call crime stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Ballan Police on
April, when he collided with trees on the Black Swamp Road,
53681303.
Bullarook. The driver was able to extricate himself from the
vehicle and walk to a nearby farm to request assistance. The •••
driver sustained serious but not life threatening injuries as a
Ballan Police will be the focus of a Police Operation
result of the collision. The cause of the collision is the subject
of a police investigation. commencing on Saturday 26 May 2018. Operation DORSET
is a two-day operation targeting off-road riders and users
••• of the Wombat and Lerderderg State Forests. The aim of
the operation is education around safety while using the
A quad bike rider was lucky to survive an accident on
Saturday 21 April in the Wombat State Forest when his quad off-road areas as well as random drug, alcohol, licence and
bike flipped over while riding up steep terrain. The bike fell registration checks.
on the rider causing serious but non life-threatening injuries. •••
Ballan Police Due to the terrain, it was necessary to stretcher carry the
At approximately 1200 hrs on Friday 27 April, an off-road casualty out of the forest for a significant distance. SES and For Police attendance, please call 000 in the first instance.
rider fell from his motorcycle in the Lerderderg State Park. As police in attendance. The accident is now the subject of a This will ensure a Police response to your incident.
a result of the fall, the rider sustained a penetrating wound police investigation. Unfortunately, leaving a message on the police station’s
from a tree branch to the right upper thigh. Air Ambulance phone will not guarantee a speedy police response.
•••
were requested and were able to winch the casualty out of the
area. Police in attendance provided assistance with stretcher On Friday 20 April, threats were allegedly made by a Gordon
carrying the casualty to a suitable landing zone. The rider is resident to blow up a neighbouring property and shoot a
in a stable condition with serious injuries. police member. The resident was arrested and charged with
threats to cause damage, threats to kill and resist emergency
•••
worker. The male has been charged and bailed to appear
On Monday 23 April, a family violence incident resulted in at court in the near future. A number of firearms and
one of the parties being allegedly stabbed in Korweinguboora. ammunition were seized as a result of the investigation.
The injuries sustained in the incident were considered •••
serious but not life threatening. One male was conveyed
by ambulance to hospital. The matter is now the subject of a A burglary and theft was committed in Gordon on Saturday
police investigation. 14 April. During the theft, a number of firearms and
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No jail for
Centrelink rip off
By Caitlin Bewley within range for her crime, but that the Com-

Watering hole (Work Exp Swinburne Uni 1st year)

Tip-toeing around the law seemed to be an
easy task for a 35-year-old woman who filed
monwealth usually issue a Community Cor-
rections Order, which the accused’s lawyer
continuously fought for.
Henderson filed 15 false declarations to

turns 150
false claims to Centrelink over a four-year Centrelink, and Magistrate Gregory Robin-
period. son said that she was earning under $8,000 a
Candice Henderson, a single mother of year extra, tax free.
three, has pleaded guilty in the Bacchus The prosecutor said that the accused was
By Carol Saffer and United Brewery Clydesdale horses
Marsh court on Friday 27 April to filing aware of the charges, and that she failed to
parading the streets of the township for the
false claims to Centrelink and has obtained appeal on multiple occasions. The prosecutor
There were once 32 hotels in Blackwood. celebrations. $32,897.82 in debt. also said there is evidence of Henderson con-
The Blackwood Pub, the last remaining A free family-friendly event, with something The accused’s lawyer said that she is raising tacting and being contacted by Centrelink in
hotel, celebrates its 150th anniversary this for locals and visitors alike, kicks off with a two children with disabilities and was try- regard to her failure to provide evidence of
Saturday 19 May with the locals throwing a welcome to country ceremony. There will ing to give them the kind of rehabilitation income.
party. be market and food stalls, gold panning, and support they needed, which includes Magistrate Robinson asked the prosecutor if
The pub, built in 1868, is the oldest ghost tours, historical talks, live music, pony regular care, paediatrics, speech therapists he should ‘take into consideration her chil-
weatherboard pub with a continuous licence rides, a community art show, Q&A with and occupational therapy. dren when considering a jail term,’ to which
in Victoria. the Victorian Historical Mine Chasers, the Henderson’s defence said that $32,897.82 the prosecutor affirmed. The prosecutor said
According to local historian Margot burying of a time capsule, and more. over a period of four years isn’t a signifi- that this was her ‘first appearance at court,
Hitchcock, during the late 1800s, Blackwood While the pub is the focus on the day, cantly large amount, but Magistrate Gregory but it wasn’t the first time she heard about it
was a regular stop for the Cobb & Co coach the festivities recognise the efforts and Robinson disagreed. [the charge].’
and horses. contributions of the Blackwood community “That would be a significant amount for Magistrate Robinson issued Henderson
“The booking office was inside the pub. The with all proceeds from market and food someone with specific living conditions in with a Community Corrections Order to pay
main doors into the public bar still have this stalls donated to the local branch of the need of Centrelink payments,” he said. off her $32,897.82 debt and said that “the first
sign on them today,” she said. Community Emergency Response Team Magistrate Gregory Robinson said that time should be imprisonment, but the sec-
However, it will be the renowned Carlton (CERT). he believed 12 months’ imprisonment was ond time will definitely be imprisonment.”

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Ballan Brigade Captain Kaine Myers and Ballan police Sgt Michael Kearnes at the alleged ignition point at the Shaw’s Road property where a deliberately lit fire was headed for a farm
residence. They are pictured with Ballan brigade member Ian Ireland and investigating Moorabool CIU Det. Troy Morrow. Photo – Helen Tatchell

Fire bug strikes
By Jessica Howard electricity pole. Sergeant Kearnes said the fires seemed are not fixated on any individual at this
Ballan Police Station’s Officer in Charge, to have been lit between 10am and 4pm. time”.
A series of arson attacks has seen the Sgt. Michael Kearnes said the fires “These fires are the subject of an Sergeant Kearnes urged the Ballan
Ballan township fall victim to five caused superficial damage to grass and ongoing investigation, however I can
deliberately lit fires in just two weeks. community to be vigilant and report any
fences. say that Ballan Police and their partners
The grass fires occurred along Gillespies suspicious vehicles or persons seen on
“The potential for catastrophic fires, at Moorabool CIU are satisfied that the
Lane, Ingliston Drive, Shaws Road and however, is a very real threat,” he said. fires were deliberately lit based on a Total Fire Ban days, or a high fire danger
Bences Lane. “In all cases, the day was either a high number of factors. index days, to Crime Stoppers (1800 333
One of the fires has been attributed fire danger index rated day or a Total “A person of interest has been spoken 000) or to Ballan Police (5368 1303) or
to the theft of copper wire from a live Fire Ban day”. to, however enquiries are ongoing. We Moorabool CIU (5366 7500).

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COMMITTEE MEETING
The next committee meeting at Council is of the Development Assessment Committee, to
be held on Wednesday 16 May 2018, at 5.00pm, at the Darley Civic Hub, 182 Halletts
Way, Darley.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
By Carol Saffer has a theory that in Bacchus He asked his mum to spread
Marsh homes forgotten the word to her friends and
Marian Sidwell’s son boxes of old cassettes may their families, suggesting CALLING FOR TENDERS
Andrew has been making be gathering dust. There is they take a look in the shed, Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contracts:
podcasts since 2015. “some gold out there,” says the garage, at the back of the Tender Number Tender Description
While visiting his mum Andrew. wardrobe or where ever the C36 – 2017/2018 Supply and delivery of one (1) Pneumatic Tyred Roller
in Bacchus Marsh, Media From the early 60s to the old junk is kept.
Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Saturday 12 May
Creator Andrew Sidwell, 48, end of the 80s cassette tapes Mr Sidwell will pay for the 2018 at www.tenderlink.com/moorabool
talked about his latest idea were all the rage for playing cost of having the cassettes
for a podcast. and recording music and sent to him. “If they want I
POSITIONS VACANT
“The idea came about messages. can send [the cassettes] back
Manager Engineering Services – Full-Time Permanent
because I found some old “Amongst these recordings after I listen and record the
Applications Close on Friday 18 May, 2018.
cassettes from when I was 18. I think there’s a story to be interesting bits,” he says.
[My brother] Chris, now 51, told in a podcast. I’m not sure For further information Pound Keeper – Casual
and I had hidden a cassette what that story is because I contact Andrew Sidwell Applications close on Friday 18 May 2018.
recorder and we were trying don’t know what I’ll find,” by email at takemytapes@ Parks & Gardens Team Member (Aboriculture)
to catch [best mate at the says Mr Sidwell. Listening to gmail.com Applications Close on Friday 18 May 2018.
time] Leith out in my old the cassettes he hopes to find All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
bedroom. It was only about will “uncork the story”. *What is a podcast? – a
30 seconds but [it] took me Mr Sidwell is concerned digital or audio program
back 30 years and conveyed that these old cassette tapes (as of music or talk) Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342
part of a bigger story in just a could be headed for the tip. made available in digital Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
glimpse of the past.” “I’m not sure if there are format to be downloaded Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
Mr Sidwell is on the hunt [still] cassettes out there,” he automatically over the
for long-lost treasure. He says. internet or mobile device.
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Moorabool Mission Recovery Group Darley Market
ADULT EDUCATION Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member Saturday 19 May, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month
Ballan & District Community House out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- (Alan).
call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Ballan Farmers Market
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre - Short Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club Next Market – Saturday 9 June, 9am-1pm.
courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park.
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170.
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College - Courses Ballan Anglers Inc CHURCH
and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries & Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
enrolments - 5367 1061. 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome –
Service Times - St John’s Ballan - 1st & 3rd Sundays -
U3A Bacchus Marsh - Active seniors social learning, for 0400 003 936. 9:30am; 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am Family Service; St John’s
daily activities contact 5367 5341 or visit our website - www. Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Bungaree – 1st Sunday 6pm Saturday; 2nd, 3rd, 4th Sundays,
u3abacchus.org.au Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each
9am. Enq. - Rev. Wesley - 5368 2730. 
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119.
MEETINGS Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group
Ballan Uniting Church (St Paul’s)
Services 11.15am every Sunday.
Ballan & District CWA - Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs.
each month. RSL Hall, Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome Enquiries - 1300 660 068. B3 Community
- enquiries to 0407 992 767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail. Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics
com every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club Bacchus Marsh.
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh.
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane Enq - 0421 222 717. Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368 Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
2255 or Ray 5368 1177. Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial
The Pottery Group Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
(next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Bacchus Marsh Playgroup Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705.
Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm;
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg
Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & MARKETS & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066.
Ballan Playgroup Ballan Lions Club Market Church of the Living God
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church Next market – Saturday 2 June 2018. First Saturday each Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Enquiries – 0402 390 080 of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St,
905 558 Tamsin.  (Wayne). Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
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Move in and Enjoy! Budget - opportunity lost
The Real Estate Institute of credit ratings, and a rapidly homebuyers without hurt-
Victoria is disappointed that growing population, Victori- ing the Budget bottom line.
the Andrews Labor Gov- ans must be sceptical that it “In this election year, the
ernment has not provided will ever do so.” REIV will continue to urge
any property tax relief in its Treasury predicts the haul both sides of politics to com-
Budget handed down last from Land Tax will increase mit to a reduction in the tax
week. again next year, and again in burden on property,” Mr
“While the Premier says his each of the three years fol- Simpson said.
government is getting things lowing, which is bad news The REIV supports the cuts
done, it has failed to get one for property investment in to payroll tax in regional
of the most important things this state. Victoria, while noting that
done,” REIV President Rich- Despite a healthy take-up many businesses are too
ard Simpson said. of the lower Land Transfer small to take advantage.
“We believe that a reduction Duty incentive offered to “Payroll taxes, like property
in taxes on land, and on real first-time home buyers, the taxes, curb investment and
estate transactions, would Government’s total take are anti-employment. We
incentivise investment and from this tax has increased welcome any cuts but would
9 Hamish Road, Bacchus Marsh it is hard to understand why this year and is projected have preferred a further
the Government has missed to rise again in 2018-19, and increase in the payroll tax
All the work has been done for you here so just move in and enjoy. This quality built 3 this opportunity to address every year over the forward threshold so that all busi-
bedroom plus study home is on a fully landscaped 672m2 block of land midway between the Land Tax issue. estimates. nesses can benefit.
the Main Street and Darley Shopping Centres. Master bedroom with ensuite and WIR,
“Property taxes will ac- Given that there is no pro- “REIV also welcomes the
bedrooms 2 & 3 have BIRs, 2 living areas with the formal lounge at the front and the kitchen, count for over $11 billion of vision in this Budget for in- continued commitment to
meals and family room to the rear opening to the excellent alfresco area. This stunning home the state’s $24 billion tax rev- creased public housing, that improving road and rail
has ducted heating, evaporative cooling throughout and a wood heater in the family room enue in 2018-19. It is a heavy the rental market across Vic- infrastructure. Access to ef-
for year round comfort. You also have quality light fittings, window furnishings and floor burden indeed and one that toria is tight, and that home ficient public transport, bet-
coverings throughout. Externally the home offers the decked undercover entertainment needs to be reduced.” prices are continuing to rise, ter roads and faster rail, as
area, with low maintenance established gardens and a garden shed. There is a 2 car remote
“When the Government further cuts to Land Transfer well as proximity to essen-
garage with internal access and a roller door on the back.
refuses to cut taxes at a time Duty would have encour- tial services, make locations
Price: $490,000 to $530,000 of Budget surplus, strong aged investors and provided more desirable and increase
economic growth, Triple A increased opportunity for demand,” Mr Simpson said.

Pentland Hills "Myrtlebrae" 33 Smiths Lane 120 acres (48ha) approx.

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Brilliant Farming/Lifestyle Opportunity Auction
Set in a tranquil and private location and with lovely valley view's towards Saturday 2nd June, 11.00am - onsite
Melbourne is this stunning farming/lifestyle opportunity which offers a Deposit: 10%
Settlement: 60/90 days
multiple of possibilities. The property has the added benefit of a secluded View by appointment
28m x 12m Barn Style Shed/Warehouse/Office (constructed 2010) with www.landmarkharcourts.com.au/
power connected, 18 squares of office space, a modern and fully equipped LTB2778
kitchen, separate study and workshop area and bathroom/toilet facilities.
Stairs lead to 2 further rooms on a mezzanine floor with ample storage.
The superb undulating country is divided into 10 main paddocks with
electric fencing in place, and the spring-fed watercourse meandering
through offers a great water supply for livestock, also with 250,000lt
drinking water storage tank.

www.arbeerealestate.com.au This is a rare opportunity for business and farm use, equine, recreation or Adrian Smith
land banking. M 0400 178 945 P 03 5334 1030
Arbee Real Estate 140 Main St, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333 adrian.smith@landmark.com.au
Landmark Ballarat

Architectural, High-End Design, On 5 Acres
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107 Jacksons Road, Warrenheip
Situated on 5 acres and only minutes from town is this ultimate lifestyle property. The exquisite home overs
4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and 3 living areas. The designer kitchen offers marble & stone benchtops,
an oversized timber table for all your dining needs, and an abundance of cabinetry. Externally, an
undercover alfresco features an outdoor kitchen, and overlooks the dam & lovely mature gum trees,
while a 18 x 9m shed is ideal for tradies, the caravan or boat.
Price: $1,175,000 - $1,230,000

51 Lydiard Street South Agent: Andreana Donhardt
BALLARAT 0417 876 985
Formerly Jens Gaunt Phone 5331 1111 www.prdballarat.com.au
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Perfect Family Home!
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boasting a land size of over 600m2 (approx.) this home is of bench space and adjoining family dining room. Step Inspect Saturday 19th May 11.00-11.30am
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Charming Home on Small Acreage Private Sale Space for Everyone with 2300sqm Private Sale
Surrounded by peace and serenity, this Parcel of Land
Price $749,000 - $799,000 Price $590,000 - $630,000
fully renovated 1940 weatherboard Standing proud in a prime position
character home is situated on approx. Office 2/137 Main Street, this 4 bedroom family home offers Office 2/137 Main Street,
4.52 acres of bushland with a large Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 you the golden opportunity to secure Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
cleared area around the house. Still for yourself within a highly sought
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
close to the Bacchus Marsh township location only minutes from Golf Course,
and freeway outlets. Beautifully Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Local Schools, Sporting Grounds, Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
renovated with modern and character Web www.lensmith.com.au Supermarket, Melb/ Ballarat Freeway Web www.lensmith.com.au
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Stunning Family Home in Town Central Private Sale Relaxed, Easycare Living Footsteps Private Sale
In very quiet street just minutes walk from Main Street
Price $550,000 - $580,000 Price $380,000 - $395,000
from Village Shopping Centre this large This low maintenance home unites
3 bedroom family home is ideal for Office 2/137 Main Street, modern comfort and convenience in a Office 2/137 Main Street,
young families, showcasing a pleasing Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 location that offers an enviable lifestyle Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
well presented single level floorplan. just moments from the thriving town
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
Spacious sized bedrooms all with centre. Situated in arguably one of the
BIRs, 1 bathroom, 2 separate toilets Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 best streets in the area, this superb Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
including a powder room, an oversized Web www.lensmith.com.au home offers an affordable way to live Web www.lensmith.com.au
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Coimadai 110 McMullins Lane Bed Bath Car
Darley 7 Busby Court Bed Bath Car

“Wombat Creek” Private Sale Quality home, views & Sheds, Private Sale
Beautiful Wombat Creek in the picture Spacious Land 5007m2
Price $1,175,000-$1,275,000 Price $895,000 - $930,000
perfect valley of Coimadai providing Situated in the prestigious Manning
73 acres of lifestyle, less than 12 kms Office 2/137 Main Street, Estate lies this is well-built, immaculate Office 2/137 Main Street,
from the centre of Bacchus Marsh. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 presented family home, with magical Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Character styled and relaxed the home Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
views that can keep you mesmerised for Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
captures an abundance of charm hours. Plenty of space inside and out on
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and displays incredible views of its approx 5007m2 of land with side access to
natural surrounds. Fully self contained Web www.lensmith.com.au the back yard. Web www.lensmith.com.au
2 bedroom apartment. 10 acres of
pasture adjoining to Goodmans Creek.
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 9 Hamish Road, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 5 College Square, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 3 2 2

Move In & Enjoy! Invest In Me!
Quality built 3 bedroom plus study home on fully landscaped 672m2 Excellent 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home perfect for first home buyers
block between Main St & Darley Shopping Centre. Master bedroom or investors. On approx. 500m2, the home consists of master bedroom
with ENS & WIR, bedrooms 2 & 3 have BIRs, 2 living areas with
with WIR & Ens, bedrooms 2 & 3 with BIRs, a spacious lounge, kitchen
the formal lounge at the front & the kitchen, meals & family room
to the rear opening to alfresco area. Ducted heating, evap cooling with dishwasher and island bench, meals area, separate family
throughout & a wood heater in the family room. bathroom laundry and toilet. Ducted heating & cooling is installed.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $490,000-$530,000 FOR SALE $440,000-$460,000

NEW LISTING
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 9 Pilmer Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 14 Witney Court, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 3 2 2

“Pilmer” - Period Beauty, Location Central!! Opportunity Knocks
Fantastic period home in quiet street within walking distance of Main Quiet court location on 650m2 block. 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, consists
Street. 3 bedrooms, all with fireplaces, a study, lounge room, kitchen & of lounge room off entrance hall with gas heater and wall A/C, dining
meals area, separate bathroom, powder room & laundry. Ducted room, kitchen with electric cooktop and wall oven and adjoining meals
heating & split system. Bungalow complete with shower & toilet. area with wood heater. Master has WIR and ENS, and bedrooms 2 & 3

UNDER CONTRACT UNDER CONTRACT
Outdoor entertaining area & a single garage with roller door. have BIRs, the toilet is separate from family bathroom. Double length
carport, and 6m x 6m brick shed and separate garden shed/workshop.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $650,000 FOR SALE $375,000 - $395,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 180 Masons Lane, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 6 Tulloch Court, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 4 3 2 2

5.5 Acres Close To Town Great Investor or First Home Buyer Opportunity
Beautiful family home, huge outdoor entertaining area & extensive Excellent 3 bedroom plus family home, ideal first home or investor.
shedding. 4 bedrooms, master with WIR & ens, remaining 3 with BIRs, Master has WIR, ens. Bedroom 2, 3 & study, have BIRs. Large L

SOLD
spacious kitchen with island bench & an adjacent meals area & huge shaped lounge adjacent to galley style kitchen. Kitchen, bathroom &
lounge room. Ducted evap cooling, reverse cycle a/c & wood heater. Ens all recently updated. Wide verandah, double garage and a large
Outdoor entertaining area joins the house to the 400sqm shedding. covered pergola for outdoor entertaining.

INSPECT Saturday 19th May 1.00-1.30pm INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $1,750,000 - $1,850,000 FOR SALE $450,000-$470,000
CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 66 Burbidge Drive, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 53 Wittick Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 4 2 2

The Investment For You Spacious Family Residence
Well designed 4 bedroom home ideal for property investor or first home Featuring 4 bedrooms, master with ENS & WIR, bedrooms 2 & 3 with
buyer. Featuring master with ENS & WIR, the remaining bedrooms with WIR & the 4th with double BIRs. Central kitchen with loads of cupboard
BIRs & central bathroom. Chefs kitchen with stone bench tops & space, dining area, 2 lounges, home theatre, and a double LUG with
stainless steel appliances including stove top, oven and dishwasher. internal access. Ducted heating & cooling. Plenty of room in the
Separate lounge and combined kitchen/dining. Heating & cooling is backyard, garden shed and rear access on a large 817m² corner block.
throughout. Low maintenance gardens & a double remote garage.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $430,000-$450,000 FOR SALE $550,000-$570,000
NEW LISTING CONTACT
WEB
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
arbeerealestate.com.au
CONTACT
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Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
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FOR SALE 143 Underbank Boulevard, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 18/96 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 1 1 1 1

Privacy At Its Best Invest and retire in me !
Located in Underbank Estate just 5 minutes from Main Street is this This is an affordable modern one bedroom unit with a spacious lounge
beautifully designed family home. Featuring 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with split-system AC, a good size bedroom, kitchenette, and an
& 3 toilets. Downstairs presents elite comfortable living from the updated bathroom with washing machine connection. Private
designer kitchen to the temperature controlled pool & spa. Elevated courtyard and allocated parking space. Great option for those looking
setting, commanding spectacular views, 50 metres from bus stop. for retirement living in a senior’s community.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $680,000-$720,000 FOR SALE $120,000-$130,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Denise Sniegowski Liam Gair
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Myrniong District
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April 2018 rainfall 15.3 millimetres
Total for the year 2018 127.7 millimetres
April 2017 rainfall 86.1 millimetres Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club Results - Round 5
Total at same time last year 232.2 millimetres Under 13s Div 1 Open Under 16 Girls
Bacchus Marsh Red (2) lost Victoria Park Blue (8) Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Ballarat North United (10)
Goals - David Dillon (1), Jack Allen (1) Last Sunday Bacchus Marsh Scorpions
Under 13s Div 2 Open U16s girls played Ballarat Nth Utd at Masons
Bacchus Marsh Yellow (3) def Victoria Park White (2) Lane. Being Mother’s Day, the Ballarat
Goals - Cameron Gilliland (1), Aaron Ciangura (2) District Soccer Association dedicated the
Under 15s Div 1 Open round to Breast Cancer Awareness and the
Bacchus Marsh Blue (1) drew Ballarat North United Black (1) girls from both teams wore pink armbands,
Goal - Justin Hobert (1) while club officials and spectators wore something pink also.
Pykes Creek Reservoir
The dam and reservoir are located on a tributary
of the Werribee River and impound 22,119 ML of
water when full, as seen in the picture above
Western Water Report Reservoir levels
Pykes Creek Reservoir at 30 April 2018 75.0%
Water level this time last year 82.0%

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Your determination helps you achieve a key goal ahead
of schedule. New challenges are in the offering. Be care-
ful not to overextend yourself. Your partner is in a philo-

Stars & Puzzles
sophical mood.
LEO—July 23-August 22
Reunions of various sorts are accented this week. A friend
may overwhelm you with his or her generosity. Avoid
extremes in dieting, travelling or excercising.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Modern technology seems less intimidating and the week
generally sees you upgrading your skills. Opportunities
QUICK PUZZLE
★★★★★★★★ ✯✯✯✯✯✯
for renewing friendships are offered. Possible communi-
cation snags may slow you down.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
The week is generally favourable for moves, promotions
★★★★★★★★ and renewing personal and professional contacts. Over-
due news on a family matter may arrive after the week-
end. Your self image brightens.

ARIES—March 21-April 20 SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
Travel or travel planning is favoured. This weekend there Behind the scenes events are occuring that may positively
could be opportunities for acquiring small treasures. affect your community. A shaky relationship stabilizes
Financial reviews and possible reconciliations are high- once you take a more objective approach.
lighted.
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
TAURUS—April 21-May 22
You find yourself basking in the glory of a loved ones’
Competitions based on skill are favoured. A decision accomplishments. Cultural activities should liven up your
about your career may have to made this week. The week weekend. A romantic streak may surface. Don’t hesitate
generally accents a trend towards simplifying your to write a sentimental verse.
surroundings.
CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
GEMINI—May 23-June 21
You have a knack for making requests and generally get-
Your home life is a hub of activity, while your career ting your way. Put this ability to wise use. A platonic
environment becomes somewhat quieter. Arranging pri- friendship is highlighted. An intriguing letter or email
orities is itself a high priority. You are going through a may arrive on the weekend.
stage of self confidence and this is the time to pursue
major goals. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
CANCER—June 22-July 22 Be wary of those who make an all out effort to impress
NO. 9043 Your determination helps you achieve a key goal ahead you with their knowledge. The quiet types are the ones
you can count on. Innovation and experimentation are
of schedule. New challenges are in the offering. Be care-
ACROSS DOWN ful not to overextend yourself. Your partner is in a philo- your keywords.
7. Declaration (12) 1. Teach (8) sophical mood. PISCES—February 20-March 20
8. Daze (6) 2. Frolic (4) This is a good week for intellectual pursuits, including
LEO—July 23-August 22
9. Surly (6) 3. Lie (7) those combined with romance or friendship. This week-
10. Throb (7) 4. Border (5) Reunions of various sorts are accented this week. A friend end accents detours and discoveries. There is a focus on
12. Flaunt (5) 5. State (8) may overwhelm you with his or her generosity. Avoid health related activities and fitness schemes.
extremes in dieting, travelling or excercising.
15. Commence (5) 6. Cease (4)
16. Fruit (7) 11. Power (8) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
You establish quick rapport with people from every walk
18. Programme (6) 13. Assiduous (8) Modern technology seems less intimidating and the week of life and you have a gift for making everyone feel wel-
20. Wander (6) 14. Daunt (7) generally sees you upgrading your skills. Opportunities come. It may be difficult for you to see a project through
22. Frighten (3,3,4,2) 17. Wash (5) for renewing friendships are offered. Possible communi- to completion. Renewing old friendships is a great pos-
19. Stare (4) cation snags may slow you down. sibility.
21. Repair (4) LIBRA—September 23-October 22
CRYPTIC PUZZLE The week is generally favourable for moves, promotions
and renewing personal and professional contacts. Over-

SUDOKU
ACROSS due news on a family matter may arrive after the week-
7. Who’ll get over first depends on it (7,5). 8. It will bite end. Your self image brightens.
and claw (6). 9. Goes off about, when one does the cook-
ing (6). 10. Excited, got mixed up (7). 12. Keen to get a SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
share - a quarter (5). 15. Haggle with, when you foot the
bill for (5). 16. A vegetable from the usual crop (7). 18. NUMBER GAME
Behind the scenes events are occuring that may positively
affect your community. A shaky relationship stabilizes
In court, long to achieve distinction (6). 20. Crying when once you take a more objective approach.
you gain a stone back, about (6). 22. How, arrogantly, ANSWER BELOW
you stop the bus (4-8). SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
You find yourself basking in the glory of a loved ones’
DOWN accomplishments. Cultural activities should liven up your
1. Is the chaff about the guard? (8). 2. It is, by the way, a weekend. A romantic streak may surface. Don’t hesitate
record pace (4). 3. Was scornful of those who took co- to write a sentimental verse.
caine? (7). 4. Be anxious about what the puppy may do CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
(5). 5. Goes ahead and passes (8). 6. Shot right through You have a knack for making requests and generally get-
at a fast pace (4). 11. They’re selfish in every way (4,4). ting your way. Put this ability to wise use. A platonic
13. Figure it’s a musical instrument (8). 14. Red weapon friendship is highlighted. An intriguing letter or email
in a nice new sheath (7). 17. Before the young chit set may arrive on the weekend.
out to be irritating (5). 19. A Chuck White (4). 21. Little AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
bookened it took some days to find (4).
Be wary of those who make an all out effort to impress
you with their knowledge. The quiet types are the ones
you can count on. Innovation and experimentation are
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9042
C-arm-ine. 17, Itch-Y. 19, A-shy. 21, Wee-(boo)k.
Advances. 6, T-R-ot. 11, Road hogs. 13, Triangle. 14,
your keywords.

QUICK SOLUTIONS
Down - 1, Ban-is-ter. 2, St-EP. 3, Snorted. 4, Worry. 5, PISCES—February 20-March 20
Across - 6, Counterfeit. 7, Smut. 8, Pancreas. 9, Florid.
ache-t. 20, Me-win-g. 22, High handedly. This is a good week for intellectual pursuits, including
10, Heehaw. 12, Ballet. 15, Sedate. 17, Schedule. 19,
Stirred. 12, A-cut-E. 15, Threat. 16, Par-snip. 18, C- those combined with romance or friendship. This week-
Across - 7, Batting order. 8, Nipper. 9, Ro-as-ts. 10, end accents detours and discoveries. There is a focus on
Noel. 20, Smithereens.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS health related activities and fitness schemes.
Down - 1, Guttural. 2, Stupid. 3, Drench. 4, Beer. 5,
Strata. 6, Camel. 11, Endanger. 13, Accuse. 14, Taught.
awe. 17, Bathe. 19, Gape. 21, Mend. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
15, Sherry. 16, Tress. 18, Exit.
Republic. 6, Stop. 11, Strength. 13, Sedulous. 14, Over- You establish quick rapport with people from every walk
Down - 1, Instruct. 2, Romp. 3, Untruth. 4, Verge. 5, of life and you have a gift for making everyone feel wel-
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
20, Ramble. 22, Put the wind up. come. It may be difficult for you to see a project through
to completion. Renewing old friendships is a great pos-
Across - 6, Bear ill-Will. 7, Drag. 8, Disposed. 9, Re-
Pulsate. 12, Flash. 15, Start. 16, Avocado. 18, Agenda.
Across - 7, Announcement. 8, Stupor. 9, Grumpy. 10, sibility.
view. 10, Rocket. 12, Imp-end. 15, Grants. 17, Inter-V-
QUICK SOLUTIONS
al. 19, Nil-E. 20, All quarters.
Down - 1, Sanguine. 2, Window. 3, Closer. 4, Fi-do. 5,
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9043
Alleg-E. 6, Barg-E (rev.). 11, Cr-Ann-ies. 13, M-anU-al.
Sport
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AFL Goldfields Women’s
Football League
AFL Goldfields Womens Competition
Round 4
Carisbrook 6.9 (45) def Gisborne 4.5 (29)
Melton Centrals 12.10 (82) def Ballarat 0.0 (0)
Redan 23.19 (157) def Darley 1.0 (6)
East Point 9.15 (69) def Lake Wendouree 0.3 (3)
BFNL U18 Youth Girls
Carisbrook won by forfeit.
Ballarat Swans won by forfeit.
Redan 7.5 (47) def Creswick 1.3 (9)
Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics RDFNL U18 Youth Girls
Cross County last Saturday was held around the grounds performances over the long distance.  Melton Centrals 0.0 (0) lost Darley Devils 3.2 (20)
of the YMCA Lady Northcote Camp in Rowsley.  Conditions Kayla Downes continues to improve Gisborne Blue 6.11 (47) def Bacchus Marsh Cobras 0.2 (2)
were cool and the misty showers made the track a little and was the only athlete to record a
AFL Goldfields U15 Youth Girls
slippery around the start and finish line area. PB.
In the Under 7 & 8 1000 metre event, Deegan Doyle recorded Lake Wendouree 26.21 (177) def Melton JFNC 1.0 (6)
This week’s meet will be held at Lake
his third consecutive win while Aisha Lidgett-Egan was Dewar, Myrniong.  This is the venue Redan 3.5 (23) def East Point Dragons 1.0 (6)
the first girl across the line this week.  In the Under 9 & for the upcoming Region and State BFNL U13 Junior Girls
10 1500 metre event Nicholas Ide, Oliver Carr and Riley
Championships, so all athletes are encouraged to attend this Lakers 4.7 (31) def Carisbrook 1.0 (6)
Rodgers were the top 3 placegetters.   In the largest field
week, as it will provide an ideal preparation for these major
for the meet, our Under 11 & 12 athletes contested the 2000 Redan 14.8 (92) def Ballarat Storm 0.0 (0)
Little Athletics Victoria events.  Athletes from other Centres
metres race.  Xavier Goodman and Mitchell Wells continue
are most welcome to attend too. RDFNL U13 Junior Girls
to provide great competition for each other, while Elise
Cook was a dominant performer for the girls.  For the Open Directions - Take the “Pykes Creek/Greendale” exit off the Darley Devils 11.5 (71) def Melton Centrals 2.0 (12)
Age event, Jack Mutsaerts led from start to finish and as yet Western Freeway, turn left and follow the road (Garrards Gisborne White 19.3 (120) def Melton JFNC 0.0 (0)
this season has not been challenged over the 3000 metre Lane) past St Anne’s Winery.  Continue on this road (part
distance.  The Centre welcomed newly registered member gravel) to its end and enter through the iron gates at Lake
Bridget Henthorn who has produced some very impressive Dewar and follow our signs to the car park. AFL Goldfields WFL Ladder
AFL Goldfields Women’s
Sherriden Byrne Carisbrook.............................. 12
Darley Junior Football Netball Club Madalyn Clarke Bacchus Marsh......................... 8

Youth Girls Football BFNL U18 Youth Girls
Darley 3-2-20 lost Melton Centrals 4-6-30 Jorja Hammond North Ballarat.......................... 7
Frances Walsh Redan......................................... 2
Goals – Veronica Thatcher 3
Awards – Chelsea Grech, Amber Mifsud, Danielle Sultana, RDFNL U18 Youth Girls
Veronica Thatcher, Shae Lewin. Watts Ruby Gisborne.................................... 9
Results – Round 4 v Mount Clear U13 Girls Football Imogen Goullet Darley........................................ 5
Darley 11-4-70 def Melton Centrals 2-0-12 Holly Van Meel Darley........................................ 5
FOOTBALL Goals – Maddie Scott 2, Memphis Menz 1, Addison Liv Mifsud Darley........................................ 4
U/10 Seniors Wright, Alyce Sinclaire, Ava Holt, Jaclyn Moloney, Tahlia Jemima Woods Bacchus Marsh......................... 3
Darley 0-0-1 lost Mount Clear 8-5-53 Tschujasehenko, Emily Cook, Jess Hodge Amber Mifsud Darley........................................ 3
Awards – Fletcher Oughtred, Darcy Dannett, Billy Ferella, Awards – Shanayd Spence, Madie Richardson, Jaclyn Veronica Thatcher Darley........................................ 3
Isaac Jordan, Sam Chetcuti. Moloney, Alyce Sinclair. Brylee Stephens Darley........................................ 3
U/10 Reserves AFL Goldfields U15 Youth Girls
Darley 2-5-17 lost Mount Clear 2-6-18 NETBALL Amiilea Ross Lake Wendouree.....................14
Goals – Max Oakley 1, Nick Baselmans U/11 Seniors
Darley 14 def Mount Clear 4 BFNL U13 Junior Girls
Awards – Lachy Hunter, Will Baselmans, Joseph Ford,
Bindi Crabtree Redan........................................11
Lincoln Giles, Trent Younger. Goals – Alanah Tango 5, Emma Presnell 4, Phoebe Vaughan
U/10 Development 4, Mia Hayes 1. Awards – Alanah Tango (BOC), Eve Blunt. RDFNL U13 Junior Girls
Darley v Mount Clear U/11 Reserves Phoebe Prout Gisborne 10
Awards – Layne Davioribbuns, Jayden Murdoch, Lucy Darley 17 def Mount Clear 1 Maddie Scott Darley........................................ 8
Woolfe, Rylee Burgess. Goals – Shanayd Spence 7, Abbey Vallence 6, Jayda Davidson Tamara Henry Bacchus Marsh......................... 7
U/12 Seniors 4. Awards – Reese Perry (BOC), Jayda Davidson, Shanayd Chloe Gibson Bacchus Marsh......................... 5
Darley 3-2-20 lost Mount Clear 7-7-49 Spence. Tahlia Tschujasehenko Darley........................................ 4
Goals – Cooper Jordan 1, Jayven Tanner, Deacon Fawcett U/13 Seniors Ruby Gellie Darley........................................ 2
Awards – Jarryd Roberts, Grant Hatcher, Zeb Vincent, Seth Darley 23 def Mount Clear 8 Addison Wright Darley........................................ 2
Fawcett. Deacon Fawcett. Goals – Bridie Shanahan 18, Ava Densley 3, Jessica Hodge 2. Taruni Naidu Bacchus Marsh......................... 2
U/12 Reserves Awards – Ava Densley (BOC), Bridie Shanahan, Jessica Ruby Thomas Darley........................................ 2
Darley 7-2-44 def Mount Clear 1-0-6 Hodge. Janai Hayes Bacchus Marsh......................... 2
Goals – Ayden Champness 2, Harrison Benbow 1, Jake Ive, U/13 Reserves
Rhys Younger, Luke Prior, Ethan Matthews Darley 19 def Mount Clear 2
Awards – Luke Prior, Jye Kettle, Jake Ive, Daniel Baird, Goals – Charlotte Drevensek 15, Maddy Vella 4 Ballan Golf Club
Cameron Gallagher. Awards – Maddy Vella (BOC), Jordyn Mace, Ayla Scicchitano. Results – Week ending Saturday 12 May
U/14 Seniors U/15 Seniors
Wednesday 9 May
Darley 2-3-15 lost Mount Clear 14-9-93 Darley 40 def Mount Clear 13
Goals – Britney Ellis 20, Eliza Tango 12, Takeya Tanner 8. Winner Lenny Killender (22) 36 points,
Goals – Aaron Cadman 1, Brady Wright.
R/up Barry Lenaghan (14) 35 points.
U/14 Reserves U/15 Reserves
Magpie -14th Vic Buttigieg.
Darley 2-1-13 lost Mount Clear 8-12-63 Darley 28 def Mount Clear 19
NTP - 15th Bob Arklay.
Goals – Aidyn Bartolo 2. Goals – Edyn Thomas 15, Grace Holt 8, Isabella Di Mieri 5.
U/16.5 Seniors U/17 Seniors
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Darley 10-7-66 def Mount Clear 8-12-60 Darley 27 lost Mount Clear 28
Winner Kev Lockman (13) 31 points
Goals – Ty Closter 3, Dylan Lorensini 2, Bryce Stephenson 1, Goals – Emma Winzar 18, Kaylee Banner 7, Ella Cook 2.
on c/b from Jimmy Walsh (19).
Will Porter, Rylan Tanner, Ryan Densley, Justin Runge. U/17 Reserves
NTP - 12th Don Wickson
U/16.5 Reserves Darley 23 def by Mount Clear 37
Magpie - 14th Bob Arklay.
Darley 0-2-2 lost Mount Clear 22-20-152. Goals – Ebony Pigott 12, Tenaya Mills 11.
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CHFL BFL
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Ladder Ladder
Results - Round 6 Seniors Ballarat Football League
Team % PTS Results – Round 4 Team % PTS
Seniors U16.5 Seniors
Waubra 7.12 (54) def Buninyong 7.10 (52) 1 Beaufort.................... 214.17 20 Seniors 1 East Point ................308.45 16
Gordon 17.14 (116) def R’wood/C’hap 4.5 (29) 2 Learmonth.................208.76 20 Darley 5.15 (45) def Lake Wendouree 4.3 (27) 2 Redan........................189.66 16
Bungaree 17.12 (114) def Skipton 2.3 (15) 3 Newlyn......................195.64 20 Bacchus Marsh 10.21 (81) def Melton South 7.9 (51) 3 Lake Wendouree........ 130.14 8
4 Springbank................142.55 20 4 North Ballarat..............102.87 8
Creswick 7.17 (59) def Daylesford 5.6 (36) East Point 14.14 (98) def Redan 10.10 (70)
5 Waubra......................140.64 20 5 Mount Clear................ 114.35 4
Newlyn 14.11 (95) def C’ham/Linton 4.6 (30) North Ballarat City 14.9 (93) def Ballarat 0.13 (13) 6 Ballarat..........................61.11 4
Learmonth 18.12 (120) def Clunes 5.9 (39) 6 Buninyong.................155.07 16
Sunbury 5.9 (39) def Melton 4.7 (31) 7 Darley...........................42.79 4
Hepburn 11.13 (79) def Ballan 4.8 (32) 7 Hepburn.....................99.76 16 8 Bacchus Marsh 37.08 4
Reserves
Beaufort 12.14 (86) def Dunnstown 7.6 (48) 8 Creswick.................... 95.17 16
Darley 13.11 (89) def Lake Wendouree 3.2 (20)
9 Bungaree.................. 122.13 12 U16.5 Reserves
Reserves Melton South 9.11 (65) def Bacchus Marsh 5.3 (33) 1 Ballarat......................252.78 16
10 Gordon..................... 109.11 12
Buninyong 17.16 (118) def Waubra 3.1 (19) East Point 18.15 (123) def Redan 1.2 (8) 2 Mount Clear..............225.38 16
11 Dunnstown.................74.19 12 3 Bacchus Marsh.........208.94 12
R’wood/C’hap 6.8 (44) def Gordon 5.3 (33) North Ballarat City 9.13 (67) def Ballarat 7.14 (56)
12 Skipton......................59.96 12 4 Redan........................186.81 12
Skipton 6.4 (40) def Bungaree 5.8 (38) Sunbury 8.5 (53) def Melton 6.3 (39)
13 C’ham/Linton...............59.45 8 5 East Point.................. 118.38 12
Creswick 10.11 (71) def Daylesford 2.3 (15) Under 18.5s 6 North Ballarat...............75.34 4
14 R’wood/C’hap.............53.68 8
C’ham/Linton 7.8 (50) def Newlyn 4.12 (36) Lake Wendouree 9.11 (65) def Darley 3.9 (27) 7 Lake Wendouree......... 67.24 4
15 Clunes.........................44.86 4 8 Sebastopol...................59.31 4
Learmonth 4.10 (34) def Clunes 0.2 (2) Bacchus Marsh 13.14 (92) def Melton South 7.7 (49)
16 Daylesford...................59.60 0 9 Darley............................8.72 0
Ballan 9.6 (60) def Hepburn 4.2 (26) East Point 4.7 (31) def Redan 2.3 (15)
17 Ballan..........................50.29 0
Beaufort 9.2 (56) def Dunnstown 4.1 (25) Ballarat 7.6 (48) def North Ballarat City 0.0 (0) U14 Seniors
Smythesdale 7.10 (52) def Springbank 3.3 (21) Sunbury 7.9 (51) def Melton 7.6 (48) 1 Mount Clear .............578.72 16
Reserves
Under 18 2 North Ballarat............657.89 14
1 Beaufort....................402.50 24 Ballarat Football/Netball League 3 East Point..................624.24 14
Buninyong 2.8 (20) def Waubra 0.4 (4) 2 Learmonth................ 385.60 24 Ballarat Football/Netball League 4 Lake Wendouree.......61.39 12
Gordon 8.14 (62) def R’wood/C’hap 3.3 (21) 3 Buninyong.................320.73 20
Results – Round 4
Results – Round 4 5 Redan...........................88.99 8
Bungaree 9.7 (61) def Skipton 4.3 (27) 6 Bacchus Marsh............ 41.40 8
4 Creswick................... 160.10 20 Club A B C D 19&U E
Creswick 22.12 (144) def Daylesford 0.1 (1) Darley 29 21 33 19 35 23 7 Sebastopol................... 14.51 8
5 R’wood/C’hap...........130.83 16 8 Darley...........................20.06 0
Newlyn 5.11 (41) def C’ham/Linton 5.6 (36) Lake Wendouree 48 57 30 37 44 37
6 Smythesdale............. 113.78 16 Melton South 28 32 17 17 27 23 9 Ballarat.........................16.36 0
Learmonth 13.18 (96) def Clunes 0.0 (0)
7 Bungaree...................111.28 12 Bacchus Marsh 30 31 43 31 16 25
Hepburn 18.15 (123) def Ballan 1.5 (11) Redan 42 33 21 8 23 - U14 Reserves
8 Dunnstown................104.90 12
Dunnstown 6.3 (39) def Beaufort 4.6 (30) East Point 46 41 27 33 36 - 1 North Ballarat ..........933.33 16
9 Hepburn.....................84.57 12 Sunbury 64 49 38 23 20 -
Springbank 22.17 (149) def Smythesdale 1.1 (7) Melton 24 18 16 38 50 -
2 Mount Clear..............334.85 16
10 Ballan........................79.64 12 Ballarat Football/Netball League 3 Lake Wendouree......155.88 12
Under 15 Ballarat - 36 48 33 30 -
11 C’ham/Linton.............62.30 12 Nth Ballarat
Results – RoundCity
4 - 47 20 23 30 - 4 East Point..................109.33 10
Buninyong 9.4 (58) def Waubra 2.6 (18) 12 Waubra........................ 74.79 8 5 Redan...........................94.05 8
Gordon 7.5 (47) def R’wood/C’hap 2.1 (13) 13 Clunes.........................63.45 8
Club 17&U 17&U 15&U 15&U 13&U 13&U
Seniors Reserves Seniors Reserves Seniors Reserves
6 Sebastopol...................55.84 8
Skipton 7.6 (48) def Bungaree 2.4 (16) Redan 34 37 30 23 26 15 7 Bacchus Marsh............38.65 4
14 Skipton........................50.68 8 Sebastopol 27 20 29 27 21 3 8 Darley...........................25.94 4
Daylesford 7.5 (47) def Creswick 4.9 (33) 15 Newlyn........................99.67 4 Ballarat 13 18 5 - 12 3
Nth Ballart City 82 45 40 - 28 27 9 Ballarat......................... 41.87 2
Newlyn 2.8 (20) def C’ham/Linton 1.3 (9) 16 Gordon........................54.57 4 Lake Wendouree 46 40 21 29 26 15
Learmonth 6.6 (42) def Clunes 1.1 (7) 17 Daylesford................... 37.77 4
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Hepburn 14.19 (103) def Ballan 0.0 (0) 18 Springbank..................48.29 0 Mount Clear 28 37 - 19 8 2 1 North Ballarat........... 385.00 16
Beaufort 10.23 (83) def Dunnstown 0.3 (3) 2 Mount Clear..............243.55 16
3 Ballarat........................148.24 8
Springbank 4.9 (33) def Smythesdale 4.5 (29) Under 18 BFL Top Goal Kickers 4 Darley..........................145.00 8
1 Springbank................712.00 24 5 East Point.................... 111.27 8
Central Highlands Netball League Seniors
Central Highlands Netball League 2 Learmonth................. 442.19 24 William Young North Ballarat City.................18
6 Bacchus Marsh........... 65.08 8
7 Lake Wendouree.........55.32 8
Results– –Round
Results Round66 3 Hepburn....................582.03 20 Aaron Willitts Bacchus Marsh........................14 8 Redan........................... 47.09 4
4 Buninyong.................218.54 20 Benjamin Speight Bacchus Marsh......................... 9 9 Sebastopol...................23.56 4
Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A 5 Newlyn......................163.64 20
Dunnstown 25 21 23 22 54 49 Reserves
6 Beaufort....................188.42 16 U12 Reserves
Beaufort 12 21 18 14 29 29 Ethan Tibbles Bacchus Marsh....................... 13 1 North Ballarat............358.97 16
Newlyn 4 27 24 40 36 30 7 Gordon......................105.78 16 Aaron Speak Darley........................................ 9 2 Darley........................ 151.39 12
Carngham 17 4 14 15 24 37 8 Creswick...................173.63 12 Khyle Forde Darley........................................ 5 3 Ballarat...................... 131.51 12
Learmonth 24 22 35 40 42 58 9 C’ham/Linton.............134.86 12
Under 18.5s 4 Redan..........................208.77 8
Clunes 16 14 7 17 19 24
10 Skipton...................... 70.47 12 5 Sebastopol..................150.56 8
Daylesford 8 22 12 19 22 11 Jack Tuohy Lake Wendouree................... 13
11 Dunnstown................ 57.78 12 6 Lake Wendouree........120.48 8
Creswick 17 15 30 17 43 59 Rylan Porter Bacchus Marsh......................... 8 7 Bacchus Marsh........... 101.79 8
Ballan 4 20 9 19 30 43 12 Waubra....................... 112.08 8 Joel Cadman Darley........................................ 7 8 Mount Clear.................91.82 4
Hepburn 24 28 45 48 33 29 13 R’woodC’hap.............. 81.75 8 Jack Bewley Darley........................................ 5 9 East Point.....................61.80 4
Bungaree 17 32 33 53 40 62
Skipton 12 5 15 19 20 7
14 Bungaree.................... 71.51 8 Connor Ascough Darley........................................ 5 10 Ballarat Storm.............. 4.71 0
Smythesdale 23 14 10 6 2 13 15 Clunes.........................32.98 4
Springbank 23 25 36 57 76 88 16 Smythesdale...............25.36 0 Bacchus Marsh v Melton South
Buninyong 38 34 46 34 25 32 17 Ballan..........................13.52 0 Photo Tim Saultry
Waubra 1 9 5 13 26 38
18 Daylesford.................... 7.83 0
Gordon 16 - 34 27 19 21
Rokewood 16 - 3 14 17 30
Under 15
1 Skipton..................... 1041.67 24
CHFL Top Goal Kickers 2 Springbank................ 926.15 24
Seniors 3 Gordon..................... 808.86 24
Brenton Powell Learmonth...............................19 4 Bungaree..................279.76 18
Luke Mirtschin Bungaree..................................19 5 Creswick...................238.64 16
Reserves 6 Buninyong.................208.81 16
Rodney Watts Ballan.......................................18 7 Smythesdale.............198.82 16
Connor Ronan Dunnstown............................. 13 8 Daylesford..................82.66 16
Under 18s 9 Beaufort....................206.08 14
James Spicer Springbank ............................ 52 10 R’wood/C/hap..........164.52 12
Nicholas Spratling Bungaree................................. 13 11 Learmonth.................66.57 12
Under 15s 12 Newlyn........................40.81 8
Connor Parkin Springbank............................. 50 13 C’ham/Linton............... 51.37 4
Daniel Pascoe Gordon..................................... 26 14 Dunnstown..................44.37 4
Lachlan Reynolds Gordon......................................17 15 Hepburn......................42.45 4
Tobey Jeffrey Bungaree..................................14 16 Waubra........................25.71 4
Max Filmer Bungaree................................. 12 17 Clunes..........................5.65 0
Cameron Reynolds Gordon..................................... 12 18 Ballan........................... 0.71 0
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Devils secure win number two
REIGNING premiers Darley 3. BRIAN GRAHAM IS A STAR 2. IMPACTING THE SCORE-
returned to the winners list with - was the quote lauded of the BOARD - Darley’s miserly re-
an emphatic 18-point win over talented midfielder by Bacchus turns of 11, 8, 9 and 5 goals pose
the visiting Lake Wendouree Marsh coach Travis Hodgson some concern. In their 16 quar-
club at Darley Park last Saturday. pre round one. Graham’s form ters to date the Devils have only
Devils Coach Heath Scotland has been a standout during the managed more than three goals
was pleased with the win and opening rounds and has two in a term on just two occasions (4
remained positive despite the BOGs from his four outings al- goals twice).
struggle. ready. Although his effectiveness 3. FORWARD STRUCTURE -
“We had a young side in and I was compromised at times at the
The club’s poor returns on the
was happy in the way that we weekend, when you’re getting
scoreboard cannot be blamed
were able to control the game in 40+ possessions, perfection can
entirely on the forwards. Inside
most areas for long periods.” be a tough ask.
50 numbers are encouraging but
The five goals (15 behinds), to 4. GETTIN’ ZIGGY WITH IT - by Todd Whelan
serious doubts must be laid on
four goals (3 behinds) score-line Devils utility Jacob Zeestraten

BFL
the quality of entries. Very few
suggests the ground conditions has already claimed two prized
marks inside 50 speak volumes
were a little worse for wear. This scalps this year in selfless ‘hold-
of a lack in efficiency and sub-
was not the case. ing’ roles. Dynamic Bacchus

Ladder
Marsh forward Ben Speight and sequent conversion (goals). The
Credit must be given to the ability to hit-up forward targets,
ground staff who covered the arguably Lake Wendouree’s
most dangerous player Nathan find space and just kicks to ad-
centre wicket in the days lead-
Pring were restricted to little or vantage has been challenging. I
ing into the game as persistent Seniors
no influence. Evidently those can appreciate that seven, and at
rain in the build-up threatened Team % PTS
to have an impact on the surface performances contributed to the times eight, defenders will have
an impact on space. This only 1 Sunbury.................... 175.13 16
quality. The ground was in su- club’s two wins this season. 2 East Point..................148.52 16
perb knick. You could accept that 5. BLOODING THE YOUTH highlights however the impor- 3 Bacchus Marsh.........160.70 12
the wind and at times slippery - The Devils have not shied tance in a smarter and more ef- 4 North Ballarat City.... 121.94 12
conditions influenced the flow away from rewarding in-form ficient entry. 5 Lake Wendouree...... 118.92 12
Darley’s pros outweigh their 6 Melton.........................118.25 8
of the game but I’m not having it. youngsters. Five debutants in 7 Darley...........................95.65 8
Darley have been underwhelm- the opening four rounds have al- cons, they’re 2-2 in reality, the 8 Melton South................ 72.18 4 Photos: Tim Saultry
ing for mine, albeit just four ready donned the Black & White defending Premiers remain the 9 Ballarat.........................60.28 4
games in. Listed below are the jumper. Azzopardi 17 (3 games), team to beat. Back to back flag 10 Sebastopol..................58.93 4
pros and cons of their season to Ward 17 (2 games), Dodemaide assignments weren’t meant to be 11 Redan..........................58.07 0
17 (1 game), J.Cadman 17 (1 Reserves
date for you to consider. easy; they’ll carry the ‘hunted’ 1 East Point................. 300.00 16
THE PROS game) and Pattison 18 (1 game) tag all year whether they like it 2 Darley.........................167.12 12
1. WELL COACHED - You have all earned their chance, and or not. The Devils will have the 3 Bacchus Marsh......... 140.71 12
would need only listen to one all have upside to be there at the break this week for Interleague 4 Lake Wendouree.......80.20 12
address to appreciate the com- business end. and return the following week 5 Melton South............... 104.74 8
THE CONS 6 Sunbury.......................93.87 8
municative skills of Head Coach at home on Saturday May 26 7 Redan...........................89.80 8
Heath Scotland and his support 1. INJURY/AVAILABILTY - when they meet Redan in Apple 8 Sebastopol...................64.03 8
staff. Scotland’s wealth of experi- Some may argue that injury/ 98.5FM’s Match of the Round. 9 Ballarat.........................83.78 4
ence at AFL level and his ability availability should be listed un- LIVE broadcast from 2pm. 10 Melton.........................63.99 4
to relate to all players would be der ‘Pro’ given the team’s likely 11 North Ballarat City......61.95 4
DARLEY - 2.4-16 3.7-25 4.14-38 Under 18.5s
the envy of most clubs. improvement on their return. I 5.15-45 1 Lake Wendouree......290.62 16
2. THE CAPTAIN - Shane Page disagree. The simple fact is nine 2 Sunbury....................164.97 16
LAKE WENDOUREE - 1.0-6
leads by example. The Devils of Darley’s best 22 have been 3 East Point.................. 131.65 16
1.0-6 2.1-13 4.3-27
leader is rarely out of the ‘best sidelined already this year and 4 North Ballarat City....240.21 12
players’ every week, his season’s we’re only at round four. Get DARLEY (BEST) - J. Zeestraten, 5 Darley...........................107.11 8
form to date cannot be denied. this; Kennedy, Ellis, Ancum, D. Reid, S. Page, B. Graham, C. 6 Ballarat.........................76.56 8
Roy, Edwards, Inglis, Hanson, Cullen, M. Young 7 Bacchus Marsh............50.70 8
He has immediate impact in 8 Melton.........................123.00 4
which ever role he is given and is Young, and Closter have already DARLEY (GOALS) - D. Robson, 9 Melton South................31.85 4
crucial to the club’s premiership missed in the first month - right B. Graham, S. Page, M. Young, R. 10 Redan..........................42.07 0
aspirations. now it’s an issue. Closter. 11 Sebastopol...................0.00 0

FOOTY SHORTS Darley v Lake Wendouree Photos: Tim Saultry
COBRAS SURVIVE PANTHERS SCARE LOCAL STARS ON SHOW AT THE MCG
Bacchus Marsh hit the ‘power on’ button to reel BFNL reigning premiers Darley will have up to five
in a 20-point deficit and over-run a determined representatives in this Saturday’s showdown with
Melton South at the weekend. Defenders Trent the GVFL at the MCG. All will be likely starters
Angwin and Liam Mullen kept the Cobras within in this once in a lifetime opportunity to perform
reach at the main change. Mullen’s form continued on the big stage at the home of football. Devils
throughout the second half while mobile small coach Heath Scotland will play a part, joining the
Billy Griffiths made soap look like a dry footy. coaching ranks to look after the backline. Town
His clean hands stood out from the rest. Melton rivals Bacchus Marsh will too be represented. Four
South dominated the midfield in the opening half players were named in the squad and was later
before the move of Sherlock and Riley Stuhldrier reduced to three given the injury to Jake Owen at
into the centre square paid off with immediate the weekend. BFNL officials are holding their cards
results. The Cobras controlled the game for most of close to their chest, reluctant to name the details
the second half, Willitts again the star up forward of their squad. Looks like they mean business. I’m
sealing the 30-point win with his five goals. The tipping they will be more than happy to divulge
Marsh are now 2-1 having had the bye after Round to the supporting media on the back of a win on
4 and sit comfortably in third place on the ladder. Saturday. Watch this space.
The Cobras are away in their next home and away
fixture after the Interleague round to East Point on APPLE 98.5FM PLAYER OF THE YEAR (DARLEY)
Saturday May 26. Leaderboard after Round 4 - Votes 5-4-3-2-1
B.Graham 13
OWEN TO MISS INTERLEAGUE S.Page 10
Bacchus Marsh boom recruit JAKE OWEN will D.Leonard 5
miss Saturday’s Interleague match against the D.Robson 5
Goulburn Valley league at the MCG. Owen was L.Baker 5
on the wrong end of a horror collision suffering L.Spiteri 5.
a broken nose in the opening minutes of the first
term during last Saturday’s win over Melton South. APPLE 98.5FM PLAYER OF THE YEAR (BM)
The key forward lay motionless for a few minutes Leaderboard after Round 4 - Votes 5-4-3-2-1
before paramedics arrived. Owen was taken away A.Willitts 10
by ambulance for observation after the sickening L.Mullen 9
knock. Cobras coach Travis Hodgson said he was S.Sherlock 8
unsure how long his star recruit would spend on J.Owen 5
the sidelines. D.Burton 4
“He’s a tough nut, Jake - who knows?” B.Griffiths 4
Sport/Motoring
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MOTORING MOORABOOL
Clunes Historic Truck Show
By Stefan Nechwatal

The old showgrounds in Clunes was the venue for a spectac-
ular family event on the Labour Day long weekend in March
this year, the 8th Annual Clunes Historic Truck Show.
Each year the members of the Ballarat branch of the His-
toric Commercial Vehicle Club of Australia put on the one
day event, and as it is the long weekend it allows participat-
ing enthusiasts from Victoria and beyond the time to travel,
set up camp overnight, show their vehicles and then on the
Monday, leisurely pack up and depart homewards.
David Wraight from Shannons Ballarat had worked tireless-
ly for four years to bring the huge Shannons Big Rig field day
bus to this event. The two level unit comprises of an upstairs
viewing area and on the lower level, entertainment and in-
formation desk, gaming consoles, large plasma screens and
the ultimate V8 Supercars driving simulators.
On the main arena, about 200 heritage trucks stood, all
shapes and sizes, some gleaming with new paintwork, oth-
ers as the condition they have been dragged from the own-
er’s shed. The restored trucks often displayed a Provenance
board to show their original condition and the story of their
restoration.
The southern area was the site for vintage and classic cars
and around 1pm, the crowd was treated to the amazing ar-
rival of more than 70 motorcycles which had travelled that
morning from the Maryborough district. The variety of these
bikes was awesome and ranged from 1910 Indians to more
modern bikes of recent times. Tractor enthusiasts were able
to enjoy the collection of machines in their own section of the
oval, these including Lanz Bulldog, a number of Chamber-
lains set up for overland touring and a racy red single cylin-
der Porsche tractor, one of only a couple in Australia.
Thorneycroft six wheel drive truck. He proudly mentioned
A large area had been roped off to safely display the myriad this truck has a rare Gardiner diesel engine, one of only six
of stationary vintage engines, their owners fussing over ments and sliding drawers, a full canvas annexe on the side
and inside, sleeping for two people. So far, he comes to shows in Australia. Bill had placed one of the centre wheels up on
them, often squirting some oil onto an opening to keep the a wooden chock to illustrate the long travel of the heavy
lubrication going as the engines putt, putted, hissed and with a mate, as his wife as yet is not convinced she will enjoy
the trip. suspension, an added bonus when the truck was working in
squealed. difficult terrain. He explained further that the truck in the
Other displays included military vehicles, including a num- 2. George Langley from Ballarat was part of the large motor-
Tom Kruse Outback Mailman series was a derivative of this
ber of ex War Blitz trucks in their camouflage paint, some bike contingent to arrive. His white former NSW Police bike,
model. A Provenance A-board beside the truck enlightened
vintage caravans complete with period accessories and in- a BMW TR 1200, was matched to a unique home built sidecar onlookers about the vehicle’s history and the story of its
terspersed were a variety of trade and memorabilia stalls. At which was a camper unit and on close inspection had every- restoration.
the far end of the oval, a dirty, battered and blue collection of thing except a kitchen sink. Once the top was lifted by a pair
4. David Clarke from Linton had motored along to Clunes
ex-dirt/speedway cars were displayed, icons of the 1960s era of gas struts, decals from all over Australia bore testimony to
in his ever reliable 1929 Model A Ford. He said Henry Ford
of country racing, the drivers would have been exposed to the touring George does, and he said he does a trip to Cairns named it a Phaeton, which meant it was a Tourer, canvas
dust or mud as the cockpits were little more than mesh and and back each year to see family. The construction and clad- open top with detachable side window panels. David is an
roll cage. ding was predominantly aluminium to keep the weight to intrepid showman and with his “navigator” Sam, a border
Below is a brief glimpse of four chosen participants, their a minimum. At the rear, a full engineer’s cabinet opened to collie, they frequently travel to country events to display the
vehicles and some background: show sliding drawers holding kitchen/tableware, on top of old green Ford which had come to the light of day as a Barn
1. Robert Rawlins, a transport operator, had driven his im- which a gas stove was neatly tucked away. George said at Find from a place in West New South Wales near Lake Vic-
pressively detailed 1951 Bedford Tray truck from Murray times he also towed a bike trailer. toria. The car is in good condition for its age and David is
Bridge over the S.A. border. He designed and built a full size 3. Bill Dawe, a grizzled veteran from out of Ballarat, was always happy to oblige the curious, that yes, the old klaxon
steel/canvas camper on the back, lots of built in compart- having a snooze up high in the cab of his enormous green horn does work, making nearby enthusiasts jump.

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$22,990 $26,990
HILUX WORKMATE 4X2
(SINGLE-CAB CAB-CHASSIS)
DRIVEAWAY [D1] DRIVEAWAY [D1]

END OF FINANCIAL YEAR DEALS

Melton Toyota
143-147 High Street,
Melton
T 03 8746 0300
LMCT 1976

meltontoyota.com.au

[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 June 2018 and purchased between 01/05/2018 - 30/06/2018 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] Offer applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers only. Offer available on new vehicles
produced January 2018 to June 2018 and purchased from 01/05/2018 - 30/06/2018 unless offer extended. Free onroad costs includes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge and stamp duty. Offer excludes metallic paint.
Accessories must be ordered at time of purchase. $2,000 includes cost of dealer accessory fitment. Toyota Genuine Accessories are not applicable to all models/grades. Consider the mass of your load to ensure you will not exceed the maximum allowable individual axle capacity, Gross Vehicle Mass
and/or Gross Combined Mass of the vehicle. Refer to current Accessories brochure or visit toyota.com.au for details on warranty and toyota.com.au/vehiclepayload for details on vehicle payload, to help determine Accessories suitable for your vehicle.
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BACCHUS
MARSH

MARKET DAY
ONE DAY ONLY!! - THURS MAY 17TH
Le Ocean Frozen
Norwegian Salmon Australian
Portions 1kg Pack Beef
Topside
Roast
$
23 $
17
99 99
EA KG

$
8
99
KG
SAVE SAVE
$3 Van Thai Whole Cooked
Prawns 16/20
$8
Whole Kent
Pumpkin
(99¢ per kg Hass
Cut) Avocado

1
2 FOR
$
69¢
99
KG

Field Fresh Whole
Cauliflower
EA
$ 4
BAKED BAKED
FRESH FRESH
INSTORE INSTORE

$
1 $
3 $
7 $
4
99 99 99 99
EA EA KG KG

SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE
Crusty Vienna Loaf
550g 1
$ 30 Dusted Fresh Cream
Sponge Cake 450g
$ 230 Virginian Ham
$ 7 Don Cocktail or Thin
Frankfurts
$ 3

½ ½
Moccona
Connoiseur Bonus Pack
PRICE PRICE Ice Cream 1L Coffee 250g

4 5 6
2 FOR
$ $ $ 99
EA EA $ 20 KG

Four ‘n Twenty SAVE SAVE SAVE UP TO SAVE
Pies 4 Pack 700g
Varieties
$ 4 $5 $ 18 54
Danish Fetta
$ 4
Pepperjack
Wines 750ml
Varieties

9
2 FOR 3 FOR
$
27
99
EA $ 84 $ 50 $
EA

SAVE Victoria Bitter SAVE SAVE Cougar or SAVE
Quilton Toilet Paper
3 Ply Prints 24 Pack
$ 5 Stubbies or Cans
24 Pack x 375ml
$ 20 $ 25 Black Douglas
10 Pack x 375ml
$ 10

FOODWORKS BACCHUS MARSH
1-9 Bennett Street, specials available thursday 17th
Bacchus Marsh MAY 2018 only - while Stocks Last
Limit rights reserved. Persons under the age of 18 will not be served alcohol or tobacco. Phone: 5367 3388 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT PURCHASES

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