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OGR TRUCKS NOW REDEFINED 8 Page feature starts page 29 ISSUE 504 | OCTOBER 31 - NOVEMBER 6, 2013 CIRCULATIONS AUDIT BOARD - 27,600 copies

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LOCAL Locals Angela Kain shares a lot in common with most working mothers of two young boys – she’s busy and rarely has a moment to herself. Still she is making time in her work and family schedule to take part in two days of the SA Ride For Sick Kids – a fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House. It’s a personal decision – a very personal decision. Like around 170 other families in this region, she has unfortunately had to rely on the hospitality and support of Ronald McDonald House in Adelaide. And hers is a slightly more complicated story than most, making her commitment to the cause even stronger. Because of an underlying cardiac condition, placing Angela at high risk of congestive heart failure, it was decided the delivery of Angela and husband Danny Habets’ second child should be in Adelaide at Flinders Medical Centre. So the family, caravan in tow, migrated to Adelaide in the weeks leading up to the April 10 delivery, calling Marion Holiday Park home. The plan was to get settled and then stay on for about a week after delivery and then return to Mount Gambier and resume normal family life. But while Angela and her heart sailed through the

give a human face to charity fundraiser caesarean, new son Lochie was not so lucky. After the initial nerve settling scream from the newborn, there was silence, followed by frantic efforts from the paediatric medical team to resuscitate. Early indications were that Lochie might have suffered from some fluid on his lungs but after further testing, the story got a whole lot more complicated. Lochie was diagnosed with a life threatening condition congenital diaphragmatic hernia – and just three hours after entering the world, Lochie was in for a fight. Put simply, his diaphragm was allowing organs from his abdominal cavity to develop in his chest cavity. Angela and Danny were only able to briefly touch their seriously ill son and there were certainly no post-delivery cuddles. Lochie was transported to the Women’s & Children’s Hospital with the grim news being he would need surgery to reposition his organs and repair the hernia. “The doctor informed us that he had to have the surgery to survive but there was the possibility that we might not get through the surgery, or the subsequent days,” Angela said. “He also went on to inform

us that Lochie’s recovery may require him to be in hospital somewhere between a month and a year.” The first challenge for Angela and Danny was digesting the devastating news about their son’s condition – the second was just how this twist in the tale was going to play out on a daily basis. “While we did have the caravan located in Adelaide the novelty had well and truly worn off for our four year old son and it was not going to be a long term solution,” Angela said. “I’ll be honest - I was overwhelmed by the situation because I always pride myself on being organised and suddenly our families immediate future seemed completely out of my control.” And it was the following day that Ronald McDonald House first became a part of Angela and her family’s life. A social worker said she had put their names on a waiting list but it was not a short waiting list so it was a solution for down the track not from the get go. Of more immediate concern anyway was Lochie’s surgery – that was scheduled for day four after his birth with the surgeons believing he was now strong enough. That being said, they were not

prepared to move him to an operating theatre and performed the operation in a partitioned off section of the paediatric ICU. After seeing exactly what they were facing with Lochie, the surgeons, were amazed at just how well he was doing as the most tense waiting game of this young family’s life started. “We were told that the next 24 hours were critical and to not be surprised if Lochie’s condition got

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significantly worse, but they were optimistic about his recovery,” Angela said. And it was a tense 24 hours as promised – Lochie had to be resuscitated three times before he started improving and heading down the long road to recovery. Lochie’s improved condition by the end of the day coincided with a vacancy coming up at Ronald McDonald House and the following night they moved in. “We walked

in the door at 6pm to be greeted by many families, the volunteers and the staff of Mortgage Choice Unley how had cooked pasta for all the families,” Angela said. “After a week of hospital food and days spent in waiting rooms it was just what we needed. Everyone was so friendly and we were all bound by our common circumstances of being a long way from home with critically ill children in hospital. From

the moment we moved into Ronald McDonald house things seemed to be turning around for us.” cont. page 4 Above - Angela Kain with her little miracle, Lochie. Ronald McDonald House was a godsend for the family, who stayed there during Lochie’s brave fight.

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greeted by amazing volunteers who would always be keen for chat and a coffee or to make sure we had something to eat,” Angela said. Lochie came off the ventilator on day seven and was transferred to a lower care ward for a further eight days before being

discharged. “All the staff were astonished by his recovery even the chaplin referred to him as her little Picu (paediatric ICU) miracle,” Angela said. “Thankfully it was only towards the end of Lochie’s stay that we began to understand why they were so impressed with his recovery.” Angela and Danny were informed that of the babies born with Lochie’s condition, which is on average three a year, around 40 percent die at birth, 10 percent don’t survive surgery and a large percentage suffer ongoing significant health issues. So while still having a slight issue with one kidney, Lochie returned to Ronald McDonald House with his family. “Everyone in the house was so excited to meet Lochie and were thrilled for us to be going home,” Angela said. “Even though Danny and I were so happy and grateful to be going home with a healthy baby we couldn’t help feeling for the other families we had met over the past week.” One family was from the South East and were facing a long haul with their four year old daughter bracing for nine months of chemotherapy. “On our return to home, Danny and I knew that we needed to do something

to show our appreciation,” Angela said. On their return, something right up their alley presented itself as the perfect fundraising opportunity – the SA Ride for Sick Kids. Both Angela and Danny are keen runners and cyclists, so supporting this major fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House has now become their focus. They hosted a Family Fun Day earlier this month at the Federal Hotel carpark and Angela is set to ride the first leg of the 2013 Rider For Sick Kids. The second SA Ride for Sick Kids is kicking off in Mount Gambier for the first time, in no small part due to the number of South East families that have been assisted by Ronald McDonald House. The six day ride starts on Saturday at 8am with Angela, who has to return to work and motherhood after day two, riding the first two legs, which is 270 kilometres of the 1000km journey. She has spearheaded the local fundraising efforts, which conclude on the eve of the ride with a dinner auction at the Commodore on the Park. Specifically designed as a family friendly event with smaller value lots as opposed to big ticket items, the $60 a head dinner will see many of the local families that have benefitted from the support of Ronald McDonald House in attendance. Tickets are available from the Commodore on the Park, with tables of 10 on offer. The 2012 ride, which went from Port Lincoln to Adelaide, raised more than $110,000 and the target for 2013 ride is $300,000, with the running tally already close to the $150,000. This year’s fundraising will fund the establishment of a Ronald McDonald House Family Room actually within the Women’s & Children’s Hospital. This will allow all families not ust those staying at the house a place to have a coffee, do some washing, have a nap or even just a chat with one of the amazing volunteers. Mount Gambier franchisee Bernie Knight rode in the inaugural Victorian Ride for Sick Kids and has provided roadside support in the past two, while son Todd Knight, (pictured above) who runs ther Portland McDonald’s Restaurant, has ridden in all the Victorian rides nad is saddling up for the SA ride on Saturday.


show time... November 2 - Byaduk Spring Show - Byaduk Hall, Louth Swamp Road - 1.30-5pm A unique family fun day with activities and competitions for all. From flowers to produce, from children’s activities to arts and craft stalls, there is something for everyone, as well as plenty of onsite catering available.

LOCAL Ulysses The 2013 Christmas Toy Run is being coordinated by the local Ulysses club. The run will be held on Saturday, December 7, starting at the Shell service station on the Riddoch Highway, Naracoorte at 9am and proceeding to the Penola Shell Service Station. Bikes will depart Penola at 10am and head to Mount Gambier. All riders will then assemble at he Market Place before leaving at 11am in convoy for a ride through Mount Gambier and then gathering at the boat ramp area in the Valley Lake. The parade along Commercial Street from Wehl Street to Bay Road will be spectacular and a great viewing for the young ones. Riders


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are asked to either bring presents suitable for boys or girls up to age 15 years or consider cash donations. St Vincent da Paul welcomes this initiative and works closely with other charities and support agencies to see

that all gifts are distributed fairly to local needy families. Food and drinks along with a ride badge will all be available for purchase at the Valley Lake from 11.30am with catering from the Lions Club of Mount Gambier. The

run will be led by the local Ulysses ride captain Tony Zemlany. For more details contact ride captain Tony on 0438 872 551, or ride secretary Rory McEwen on 0417 803 627 or email rorymce@bigpond .com

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Preparations are well underway for the annual Mount Gambier Christmas Parade to be held on Saturday, November 16. The Mount Gambier Christmas Parade Advisory Group encourages the community to enter their floats in this years parade; with the closing date for entries fast approaching this Friday City of Mount Gambier Team Leader Community Events Denise Richardson said the group was keen to attract a number of community based float entries for this

year’s event. “It’s lots of fun to be involved and is a great way to encourage creativity and teamwork,” Mrs Richardson said. “Whether you are a business, school or community group; we urge you to consider having a go and entering this years Parade. Even individuals or families can get involved by entering a themed mobile entry.” All prizes available for entrants are kindly sponsored, with entries now open for the best float or entry in nine varying categories. Mount Gambier Christmas

Parade Development Adviser Peter Mounsey is currently putting the finishing touches to the newly created ABC TV’s Bill the Steam Shovel accompanied by characters Mr Squiggle, the grumpy Blackboard and Miss Jane.

The new addition to the parade has come together beautifully and will be a welcome addition to the 2013 Christmas Parade. Photo courtesy of Kelvin Ruge.

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November 1 Community breakfast Portland Angling Club Portland Foreshore 6.30am - 5km run 7.30am - Breakfast Guest speaker - Raj Samrai Woodford resident who cpmpeted in the 2013 Comrades Ultra Marathon - the oldest and largest ultra marathon in the world 90kms between Durban and Pietermaritzburg and is setting himself for the 2014 event as well. For more details contact Portland YMCA on (03)5521 7174.

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• Central but secluded location • Neat two bedroom home, kitchen, lounge room, attached carport. • Compact allotment of 586m2 • Longer term opportunity to redevelop

• Beautiful block of land is one of the last vacant in Worrolong Surrounded by established trees, it Is fenced into 4 paddocks with a total land size of 1.959ha • If you seek tranquillity, versatility and a great lifestyle – this property is for you!

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3 Bertha Street Mount Gambier


1 $215,000

• 3 bedroom stone home with entrance hall and lounge with gas heating. Kitchen/dining room with open fire place. • Additional porch at rear. • Large garage measuring 8mx6m plus car port. • Land area of approx 753m2



• 3 bedroom transportable on approx 7.5 acres • Open plan dining & lounge room, gas heating • Single carport plus two small sheds, two horse sheds • Fully fenced with rural views, under cover rear pergola

9 Neil Black Street Nelson


• Lovely home consisting of 2 main bedrooms, 3rd bedroom with study den. All with built-ins. • Open plan kitchen, dining, lounge room with slow combustion wood heater. • Gas stove and hot water service. Out side shedding with built in bar for entertaining.


39 Oldbridge Road Nelson

9 Ridgeview Court Mount Gambier



• 3 bedrooms with built in robes, S/C fire in lounge room, 2nd large living area with bar and wood fire • Garage UMR, room for extra bedroom, rear stone garage, rain water plus bore, enclosed backyard into


• Frontage of approx 32m & area of approx 1250m2. • This elevated building allotment enjoys spectacular views to the Glenelg river estuary & southern ocean. • SPECTACULAR NATURAL ENVIRONMENT & A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE AN ALLOTMENT TO BUILD A RETIREMENT OR HOLIDAY HOME.


• Large bathroom with shower/bath and separate toilet • Open plan kitchen/lounge • Single carport, double rear garage • Cosy wood fire


7 Ronald Grove Mount Gambier

3 $239,000

• 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 with built ins • Large open plan living with S/C heating & A/C • Solid timber kitchen with as new stainless steel oven & cook top Plus Fisher & Paykel Dishwasher • Stunning conservatory style dining room • Superb outdoor entertaining area


4 $415,000

• Main bedroom with ensuite & WIR. Other three bedrooms have built in robes • Three way bathroom with spa bath • Double garage UMR, auto doors & Internal access • 3 bay garage, access for caravan or boat • In conjunction with Gebhardts - 008







• Chook run with fruit trees, approx 3.5 acres fenced three paddocks. walking distance to general store



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77 Sturt Street Mount Gambier

• Manageable back yard with shed and wood shed

• Large sunroom plus external entertaining room

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37 Canavan Road Mount Gambier







• Three bedroom stone home, iconic high ceilings • Large central living room and dining room • Timber kitchen with dishwasher, A/C & bar heater • Single garage UMR with internal access plus auto

• Four bedrooms plus office or fifth bedroom • Three of the bedrooms have built in robes • Good size lounge room with gas fire off • Open plan kitchen / dining plus extra living room kitchen. Double length carport with auto door and

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13 Old Kent Court, Mount Gambier $279,000

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• Recently renovated • 3 Bedrooms 1 with robes • Remote Carport plus new colour bond garage • Stunning rear private decked patio • Beautifully land scaped gardens WEB Id. 5292594 3 1 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• SOLID INVESTMENT GREAT STARTER • Stone home with near new roof • 2 living areas and lovely kitchen • Secure rear yard • Direct Access inside from large carport WEB Id. 5722206 3 1 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

98 Wehl St South, Mount Gambier

6 Robin Street, Mount Gambier






10.30 - 10.50AM

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11.00 - 11.20AM • 3 bedrooms all with robes • Master with ensuite and wi robe • Formal lounge • Open plan Kitchen meals Family area • Spacious 3 way bathroom • Great outdoor patio area 3 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180



8 Flinders Terrace, Mount Gambier $299,000

• 3 bedrooms all with robes • Master with walk in robe & ensuite • Formal lounge • Open plan kitchen meals family area • Single remote garage UMR with internal access WEB Id. 4476697 3 2 3 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

16 Kywong Court, Mt Gambier





11.30 - 11.50AM

• Indulge with bakery, shopping & café culture within walking distance • Public school across the road & private school also a short walk away • Blue Lake walking track only metres away • 3 Great sized bedrooms plus separate study • Formal dining room oozing in traditional features WEB Id. 5826425 3 1 2 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

WEB Id. 4715568 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

145 O’Neil Road, Worrolong

17 Gladigau Road, Mount Gambier $205,000






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3 LIVING AREAS • 3 Bedrooms all with robes, 2 bathrooms • Formal lounge/4th bedroom, 2 extra living areas • Double remote garage WMR, ducted R/C air conditioning • Private rear patio entertaining area, one fit for the family, not to be missed WEB Id. 5816541 3 2 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• 4 bedrooms all with robes • Ornate cornice & ceiling roses in master bedroom & living areas • Spacious formal lounge • Lovely open plan kitchen/meals/family WEB Id. 5457465 4 2 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

13 Doughty Street, Mount Gambier $295,000

1214 Caroline Road, Caroline








OPEN SUN NOV 3 2.00 - 2.20PM • 8 acres of country living with tennis court • 3 bedrooms + study & 2 updated bathrooms • 2 living areas with formal dining • Patio entertaining area & Self-contained Granny flat • numerous shedding & private lifestyle WEB Id. 5235386 4 3 6 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• 3 bedroom family brick home • New kitchen with dishwasher, stainless steel appliances & splash back • Master suite has mirrored robes, R/C air con and gas heating • Great outdoor entertaining home with BBQ area • Huge shed 12m x 6m & large carport 11m x 4m WEB Id. 5861184 3 1 2 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

65 - 67 Commercial St West, Mount Gambier


• Renovated family home renovated in 1910 • 3 good sized bedrooms • Formal lounge carpeted throughout • Modern kitchen with electric appliances • Dining room with bay style window seat • Low maintenance yard on 598m2 WEB Id. 5864946 3 1 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

5 Pinecrest Court, Mount Gambier



• Old stone cottage, colorbond roof, private location • 3 bedroom but room for more • 3 way bathroom with bath and separate shower • Farm style compact kitchen, electric stove & dishwasher • Huge garage 12m x 8m turned into games room • Large outdoor living area with cafe clear curtains WEB Id. 5859365 3 1 HEAPS Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

2/24 Powell Street, Mount Gambier $215,000



Two retail shops with rear entry access Great Commercial Street West location, busy area Long term Lease with good returns Freshly painted externally Offer excepted prior to Auction

WEB Id. 5863968

Auction Friday 15th November 2013 at 12.30pm on premises

Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

691 Nelson Rd, OB Flat

Reduced to $405,000

32 Millard Way, Kalangadoo



• Built by Mt Gambier City Lions Club for fundraiser • Large 4-5 bedroom family home on 756sqm allotment • Formal lounge & family room & separate dining • Stylish soft floor coverings & curtains WEB Id. 5591764 4-5 2 2 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

IT WON’T LAST LONG CALL TODAY • Solid brick & stone home unit • R/C air conditioning in lounge with brick feature wall • Stylish kitchen with under bench electric oven and hot plate WEB Id. 5638464 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410




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3 ACRES APPROX. • Large solid stone family home • 3 to 4 bedrooms with gas heating • Huge lounge room with polished timber floor • Games room or family room • Renovated stunning bathroom WEB Id. 5343420 2 HEAPS Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410 3-4

• Approx 2.9 acre property on 2 titles • 3 bedroom home • Lounge with gas heating • Horse stables with power • Brand new gas hot water system WEB Id. 5159311 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410




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• Well established solid brick and le home • Suited to a variety of accomoda on needs • Four bedrooms with BI robes and master with ensuite & WI robe • Spacious & comfortable formal lounge/dining • Recently installed mber kitchen with breakfast bar & casual dining area

• Solid brick and stone 3 bedroom home in the NW of the city • Facing the North with great views across the countryside • Extremely well presented with good space this home has lots to offer • New kitchen and stove with dining area & BI dishwasher • Formal lounge with split system R/C air condi oning plus gas log fire and BI’s

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3 Gerloff Street ROOM TO MOVE

• Tastefully renovated three bedroom stone home • Immacuately presented with huge lounge featuring sn oversized bay window • Fully refi ed kitchen with pantry cupboard, dishwasher and central island • Cooktop bench & BI oven • Redecorated bathroom

• Approved SA Lo o Agency backed up by a solid morning tea & lunch trade • Great city loca on • Modern well presented layout perfect husband and wife opera on • Regular loyal customer base • Consistent trading figures over many years

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5/22 Buronga Avenue STYLE AND POSITION • Inground/ indoor solar heated swimming pool • 2nd shower< WC & vanity to serice the pool • Peaceful rear pa o BBQ area • Double enclosed carport with remote door • Enjoy some me out here with lots of op ons & a low maintenance lifestyle

• Long established agency with a long history of strong profits • High profile and easily run with huge growth poten al • Long Lease • Well equiped with great plant & equipment • Contact John Overmaat for further details on 0417 874 286

• Solid three bedroom home e high on the hill • Excellent flow and vision to the new ‘Woolies’ development • All bedrooms with BI Robes • North facing kitchen and living • Modern hostess kitchen with open plan dining & lounge • Private enclosed rear yard with detached lock up garage • Well presented spacious home e in a well regarded group

• Large three bedroom stone family home • Main bedroom with parents retreat • Two bedrooms with BIR’s • Formal lounge room • Modern kitchen with B/Bar to dining area Huge family room with s/c wood heater Main bedroom plus 2nd shower and w.c in laundry • Double garage and pa o area PRICED AT $265,000



25 Hay Terrace, Kongorong TRANQUIL COUNTRY LIVING

67 Pinehall Avenue 2 HOMES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE

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• A rus c, split level pine log cabin on approx 3 acres within city limits • comprising of 4 bdrms + study, 3 with BI robes, a mber kitchen with elec cooking, dishwasher & lge pantry • Master bathroom plus ensuite to main • S/C hea ng & open fireplace • Lots of sheds & 2 car garage & 2 carports

Situated in the town ship of Kongorong. Close to School Country P.O. and spor ng complex. Superb solid brick family residence. Three spacious bedrooms. Formal lounge and dining. Informal family playroom area. Enclosed rear entertaining area ideal for alfresco dining.

PRICED AT $285,000

121 Commercial Street East VERSATILE OFFICES OR CONSULTING ROOMS • Also low maintenance transportable home with 3 bdrm, 2 with BIR’s • Able to be rented out for $190 - $210 per week. • Beau fully terraced gardens • All the hard work is done

PRICED AT $449,000

• Great exposure to Commercial Street • Comprising 7 offices, recep on foyer, kitchen, sun porch and 2 store rooms • Rear on site parking for approximately 7 vehicles • Ducted gas hea ng system • Reverse cycle air condi oning to Recep on area • Front and rear access to carpark John Overmaat 0417 874 286

RENTALS 6/1 CARAPOOK STREET $100 PER WEEK Bedsi er unit, kitchene e & bathroom. Sorry - NO pets. 2/6-8 MONTGOMERY AVENUE $125 PER WEEK Two bedroom unit in a quiet group of six. Kitchen/lounge with electric cooking and electric hea ng. Seperate laundry. Single lock up garage. Sorry, no pets. 4 DUNDEE STREET $170 PER WEEK Three bdrm home, kitchen/dining with gas cooking. Lounge with gas hea ng, large size rear yard with garage.

Chris & Mary’s Fish & Chips BUSINESS

27 Sunset Drive A BREATH OF FRESH AIR!

• An iconic local business with current owners for over 23 years wishing to re re • Open 6 days per week supplying the best takeaway fish n chips and Yiros’ in town • Ideal husband and wife or partnership opera on • Main street loca on with easy parking • Consistent healthy profit figures with a steady growth pa ern • Some vendor finance may be available to approved purchasers

• Three bedroom brick & le home adjoining to Council Reserve • Open plan kitchen / dining / family with gas hea ng & air condi oner • BI robes to all 3 bedrooms • Fabulous 3 way bathroom with double vanity • Separate shower and bath & separate WC • Sliding door to rear pa o & private rear yard with gazebo

PRICED AT $80,000

PRICED AT $247,000

& bird aviary • Sprinkler system to water front and rear gardens • Enclosed carport with roller door

165 JUBILEE HIGHWAY $225 PER WEEK Tastefully decorated 2 bdrm home, main with BIR’s, good size kitchen, lounge with gas hea ng, dble detatched garage, pa o area. No pets. Available 22/10/2013 7 ROBIN STREET $220 PER WEEK 3 Bdrm stone home in Birdsville area. Kitchen, dining & lounge areas. Lge rear yard. Sep garage/carport. Available 13/11/2013

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8 Bellshire Place, Mount Gambier $249,000

OPEN SAT 10.00-10.30am

302 Commercial St West, Mount Gambier $195,000

• 1st home buyers or investors needn’t look any further than this low maintenance stone home • 3BR, (main with BIR’s), lounge/dining with s/c heating, updated kitchen with gas cooking & large family/games room with s/c heating • BI BBQ area with fernery, 2 x DBL length single car garages (1 with workshop & 3 1 4 1 High Clearance)

18 Montgomery Ave, Mount Gambier $249,000

1 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier $432,000

OPEN SAT 11.30-12.00Noon

 Inviting 3BR (all with BIR’s) 3 living area home, bursting with character & updated throughout  Renovated kitchen with redgum benches, d/washer & elec cooking  Office nook with BI desk, 2 x s/c heaters & large rumpus room with BI bar.  Huge outdoor entertaining area, excellent shedding 3 1 4

• Superbly presented Federation residence on a magnificent 1533m2 allotment in one of Mt Gambier’s prestigious streets • Features include brand new kitchen, 15ft ornate ceilings polished f/boards, Marble fireplaces, ducted under floor gas heating, 4 bay garage, 2 1 4 st access from Jardine & Mitchell St 4

17 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier $529,000

9 Tanglewood Crescent, Mount Gambier $294,000

OPEN SAT 11.30-12.00Noon • Lovingly restored 4BR character home in the CBD • Stunning redgum kitchen/dining opens to exceptional o/door entertaining area • Sparkling solar heated inground swimming pool • In conjunction with Vicki Quinn Real Estate


OPEN SAT 10.00-10.30am

• Appealing brick & tile 3BR home in a quiet cul-de-sac location • Spacious lounge with s/c heating, timber kitchen with elec cooking, bay window, adjacent dining & study nook, overlooking a large gabled pergola • Large secure rear yard ideal for children & pets • Well established veggie patch, r/water (plumbed to kitchen & HWS), single carport UMR plus a 9x5m c/bond shed with concrete & power 3 1 2

OPEN SAT 10.45-11.15am

106 Harrald Street, Mount Gambier

THE PERFECT STARTER If you are looking to start out in the property market or would like to add to your investment portfolio then this tidy3 Bedroom stone home could be your answer. Requiring some TLC the home offers lounge with gas heating, kitchen/meals with gas cooking, neat single stone garage & two additional garden sheds. Surrounded by lovely low maintenance lawns & gardens on a large 950m2 allotment, the property is an ideal renovator or an excellent addition to your investment portfolio.





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7 High Street, Mount Gambier $399,000

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2 Burdikin Avenue, Mount Gambier $225,000

OPEN SUN 11.45-12.15pm

• Superbly designed 4BR home located amongst quality homes in a well established area • Master bedroom with two-way bathroom incl shower, spa & WC, plus 2nd WC • Gas heating, gas & elec cooking, gas HWS • Beautiful & private gardens • Single garage UMR with remote provides internal & rear yard access 4 1 1

• Unique chalet style 3BR home set amongst est. gardens on 2017m2 allotment • Well maintained tennis court with overlooking pergola • This is a rare opportunity to purchase ½ an acre of land so close to the city • Phone today for your private inspection of this exceptional property 3 1 2

• Low or no electricity & gas bills with solar power • 3BR + study brick & tile home in quiet cul-de-sac • Blackwood timber kitchen, R/c ducted air conditioning • Huge entertaining area, double c/bond garage • Rental appraisalup to $240/week

Unit 1/35 Eglington Terrace, Mount Gambier $125,000 W SE NE EA L RE

2 Carapook Street, Mount Gambier $229,000 WE NERIC P

86 White Avenue, Mount Gambier $225,000

18 Swan Street, Mount Gambier

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• 3BR renovated Mt Gambier stone home on corner of Fairlie St & Carapook St • Country kitchen with new gas cooking, dining with fireplace, spacious lounge with gas heating • Converted garage to studio/music room with A/C (ideal for home office), paved 3 1 u/cover pergola & decking

• 1st home buyers & investors needn’t look any further than this fantastic renovated brick & tile home • 3BR, spacious lounge with polished f/boards, s/c heating & heat-shifters, new kitchen/dining area with elec cooking, games room with sliding glass door • Rendered & freshly painted throughout plus new floor coverings • Secure rear yard with low maintenance gardens, single garage with power & internal access 3 1 2

• Well presented 3BR family home adjacent reserve in sought after area • Renovated kitchen/dining with elec cooking, polished f/boards, large L shaped lounge with gas heating, s/c heating & a/c, central bathroom with spa bath • Detached games room/office, pergola, remote DBL garage UMR, secure rear yard 3 1 2

10 Heathfield Way, Mount Gambier $325,000

83 Wireless Road West, Mount Gambier $232,000 WE NERIC P

1 Highland Drive, Mount Gambier $319,500

• Spacious 4BR, 2 Bath family home on corner allotment in Montebello area • Tas Oak kitchen featuring b/fast bar, elec cooking & walk-in pantry, open plan dining/family with low maintenance tiles & s/c heating, separate formal lounge • Double garage UMR & convenient access to enclosed rear yard 4 2 2

• Big home looking for big family! • Neat & tidy double storey home with 5BR, 2 Bath & 2 living areas close to TAFE, school & hospital • Double length carport with rear yard access to a double iron garage • This large home offers everything for the extended family at a family friendly price 5 2 3

• Located amongst quality homes on corner allotment • Formal lounge with bay window, open plan living with gas ducted heating, plus huge u/cover pergola • Immaculate 2pak kitchen with b/fast bar, elec cooking, plus abundant cupboard space • Remote dble garage, 2 2 plus 2nd d/way & rear yard access 3




Ideal investment or starter in a group of 3 Lovely central location within a short walk to city centre 2 Bedrooms – main with BIR’s Open plan kitchen/meals/lounge plus private courtyard Single carport with undercover access to front door




19 Betula Road, Mount Gambier $265,000

• Immaculately presented, 3BR (plus study) solid brick family home • Brand new kitchen with elec cooking, twin drawer d/washer & large isl bench, 3 spacious living areas incl large family room with exposed beams, built-in bar & s/c heating • Single garage UMR & double carport. 4 2 3 - 012






Phone 08 8723 3416 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier RLA 185 456 Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Brooke Stephenson 0424 943 991

Owen Pettingill 08 8723 3416

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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433 Wireless Road West, Compton

89 Bay Road, Mount Gambier





Magnificent 4BR solid brick, bluestone fronted home on 5 acres just a short drive from the city. Designed for comfortable family living the property offers large master bedroom with WIR & ensuite, 3 additional bedrooms all with BIR’s along with open plan living combining practical kitchen with electric cooking, casual meals/family area, sunken lounge plus separate formal dining room. Wood heating & r/c air conditioning keep the home a comfortable temperature all year round. French doors open onto a lovely undercover entertaining area with patio blinds allowing use in all weather conditions. Well established manicured gardens surround the property with rain & bore water. Shedding includes remote dble garage UMR, separate 12m x 9m Quaker Barn with cement floor, power, water & mezzanine level plus extra single garage with power, water & concrete floor. This impressive property offers the complete package for the family looking for an exceptional lifestyle property.

117 Wynham Road, Moorak Expressions of interest by FRI 29th Nov 2013 5pm

Located in one of Mount Gambier’s most prestigious precincts is this truly impressive & imposing family home, rich in local history & architectural excellence. Built in 1907 & first used as a maternity hospital, this gracious Federation residence offers an insight into the charm & elegance of a bygone era. Recently the home has undergone a meticulous restoration & renovation, including stylish new deck overlooking the city. With nothing to do except move in & enjoy for many years to come, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a piece of history & reside in one of Mount Gambier’s premier locations. Inspection by appointment only.




201 Wynham Road, Moorak




• Impressive 5BR family home on 20 Acres with outstanding views • Builders own home offering 30+ squares of elegant living, boasting spacious rooms & quality fittings throughout • Just minutes from the city, the property is well designed for horse enthusiasts, including new stables, new shedding & horse arena • This magnificent property offers location, lifestyle & all of today’s living luxuries. 5 2 9

88 McKay Road, Compton 5 ES R AC






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123 Colonel Light Place, Mount Gambier $99,000 W SE NE EA L RE

• Solid brick 4BR colonial home on easily maintained 5257m2 allotment with sweeping views • 9ft ceilings with ornate ceiling roses & cornices, two pack kitchen with Caesar stone benches, double oven, elec cooking & d/washer, casual dining/family & formal lounge • Remote double garage UMR, 7,000 gallon r/water & townwater complete the property 4 2 2

• An incredible opportunity to secure a generous 1035m2 of prime flat vacant land in a well established area • One of the last vacant blocks amongst quality built homes • Close to Mt Gambier Hospital & Big W Shopping Complex • All services connected, ring your builder today as this one want last long • House plans available to prospective purchaser LAND

7 Thompson Court, Moorak

4 Venice Court, Mount Gambier




BLOCKS OF LAND Corriedale Heights, Mt Gambier 693-1236m2 From $92,000 Lot 12 Nelson Road, OB Flat 2.5 Acres $155,000 Lot 2 Mount Percy Rd, Compton 3 Acres $249,500 Lot 51 Buck Rd, Moorak 5 Acres $179,500 Lot 5 Kirip Rd, Glencoe 5 Acres $65,000 Lot 6 Kirip Rd, Glencoe 10 Acres $105,000 Lot 72 Eight Mile Creek Road 6592m2 $230,000 33 Elliot Street, Port MacDonnell 615m2 $85,000 Lt 73 & 74 Holloway St, Donovans1297m2-1397m2 $74,000 ea Lot 21 Yahl Hall Road, Yahl 7Acres $220,000 72 Yahl Hall Road, Yahl 4 Acres $250,000 Chuck Road, Tarpeena 20 Acres, 2 Titles $180,000 Sec 81&88 Bailey Rd, Tarpeena 20 Acres & 18.75 Acres $150,000 ea Lot 2 Old Kalangadoo-Penola Road 340 Acres$760,000 378 Stephens Rd, Gorae West 550 Acres Earls Road, Nelson 144 Acres Portland-Nelson Rd, Nelson 251 Acres Owen Pettingill - Licenced Agent

$3,400/Acre $341,000 $690,000

7 Comaum Avenue, Mount Gambier $399,500

• Privately located on 5 Acres, with stunning views • Inviting solid brick, log cabin home with 3BR (master with ensuite), open plan kitchen/dining, lounge with s/c heating & 2nd living with r/c a/c • Self contained granny flat offers sep living arrangements • Established trees & gardens, tennis court, town water & equipped bore 4 3 2

• Luxurious 2-storey family home with lovely rural ambience • Upper level - 4BR, including master with WIR & lavish ensuite • Lower level - stylish kitchen overlooking spacious open plan living & pergola, 3rd living & study • 5th BR or Guest room with ensuite • Huge dble garage UMR plus extra 5 3 5 shedding for caravan or boat

• Deceptively large 4BR home, offering everything you need for the growing family • Formal lounge with ducted gas heating, master BR with bay window, WIR & en-suite • Huge open plan living opening onto enclosed pergola with BI BBQ, bar & pizza oven • Remote dble garage UMR plus high clearance shed with power & concrete 4 2 4

• Architecturally designed 4BR family home on 1017m2 allotment in a quiet residential area • Stunning features throughout include 100 y.o. carved cedar staircase & timberwork, leadlight doors, 3 living areas, gas & s/c heating, sunken dining • Resort style master suite with striking marble tiled ensuite & french doors onto 4 2 2 private balcony


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• Perfectly positioned on 1 Acre, with dual driveways, 40Sq executive family home • Magnificent floor plan includes 5BR, 3 Bath, 3 Living plus Huge Pergola • Sparkling solar heated pool alongside renovated 2 storey barn with BBQ area (providing a variety of uses) 5 3 4


• Stylish 4BR (+ study) designer home, 44sq on approx. 3600m2 allot. • Beautifully appointed kitchen with granite benches & s/s app. • Home theatre room, built-in bar & enclosed alfresco area with o/door kitchen • Excellent shedding - dble garage 4 2 6 UMR & 15x9m c/bond shed - 013


• Unique property offering extra room for extended family or Bed & Breakfast (S.T.C.A.) • 3BR brick home & 5BR Blue Lake home on 4725m2 allot • Both homes connected to Blue Lake water & Envirocycle • Close to Yahl Primary School • Ideal opportunity to afford your own home and share living costs 8 3 2

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14 Roanoke Court


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Celebrate Christmas here and see 2014 in under the Bali Hut, around the fire pit with your friends. OPEN An Entertainers Dream. Only an inspection will SUN reveal how fabulous 11.45-12.15 this home is.


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7 Raleigh Terrace

50 Wireless Road East

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Perfectly located a short stroll to the city centre and the lakes area – this lovely unit will be OPEN sure to impress – SUN currently tenanted. 10.15-10.45

89 Ruwolt Road, Yahl



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Be quick, this Funky Inner City pad will not last long. The perfect start, walk to OPEN absolutely SUN everything! 11.00-11.30

208 Vause Road, Wandillo


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Great value property with large rooms and functional floor plan. Access to the rear is on offer and all ina quiet street amongst other quality homes. Will impress upon inspection!

4 Knight Court


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An enviable lifestyle awaits the lucky purchasers of this superb 2 acres (approx) property – magnificent!

6 Saunders Road, Blackfellows Caves


A popular (Grigoli) built home offering comfortable living and space. Fastidiously maintained inside and out- currently leased with a great tenant.

10B Old Kent Court





bed bath car SWIM rooms rooms parking POOL 26.36HA approx

Incomparable property a short drive from the city, escalates living and entertaining to new heights for the most discerning buyer. Only an inspection will reveal all. OFFERS INVITED!

247 Mount Percy Road

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Stunning inner city villa – superbly renovated and extended – period features, glass architecture, high ceilings, gleaming timber floors! Inner city living at it’s best!

65 Moorak Hall Road


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Majestic sea views from this property - enormous living with stunning outlook – high clearance garage ideal for boat & caravan

92 Gray Street


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This deceptively spacious family home (34 sqm) has to be inspected to fully appreciate the sheer size of this stunning property – view the fantastic floor plan online!

1/35 Eglington Tce



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You will be surprised by the size of this stunning & sophisticated townhouse – located in a quiet cul-de-sac location close to the city centre.

4 Chute Street


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Combining brilliant location with a beautiful spacious family home – great flat allotment – it really doesn’t get any better than this!

22 Tumut Drive



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Capturing the very essence of relaxed rural living, this home is set on arguably Mount Gambier’s finest 10 acre parcel of land. Perfect paddocks, spectacular gardens and beautiful views.

15-19 Hay Terrace, Kongorong



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An exceptional and luxurious residence on 8.79 ha (21.7 acres approx) of land. A private and tranquil setting with breathtaking views.

1000/1 Lake Terrace West


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Great colonial brick home in quiet country township on approximately 2,021sqm offering large rooms excellent entertaining and shedding storage. Value and will impress. Vendors relocating.

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10 George Street


4+ Lovingly upgraded throughout, three large living areas and 4 double bedrooms. Take a step inside and you will OPEN be blown away. SAT A1 Location! 10.30-11.00


4/20A Wyatt Street


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Absolute value buying at a never to be repeated price. Spectacular curved living offering 180 degree views and expansive balcony area. This property will only impress! Enquire now.

4 Francis Street


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Ideal for those starting up or slowing down – close to everything! Solid construction, close to Reidy Park School, shops and the Blue Lake.

30 Hastings Avenue


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You will be sitting pretty in this lovely unit, a short stroll to absolutely everything. The City at your door.


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Luxury villa - inner city. “BRENT TOR” Situated in an inner city location, beautiful elevated allotment well set back from the street. Superb city views by day or night. Beautifully appointed and sympathetically restored.


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Perfect start for the first home buyer or those sizing down – picture perfect and exceptional shedding – a fantastic entertaining area, bonus study – inspect immediately – you have been warned! - 014


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An inner city gem with a renovated and established country feel – lovingly upgraded throughout – huge outdoor entertaining and great shedding.


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The perfect family home – quiet cul-de-sac location – close to the hospital and new shopping complex – gorgeous!

Paul Chuck 0409 541 113

Jo Campbell 0409 240 223

Ben Jeffrey 0417 810 246


Ph 08 8724 8088

RLA 1903


137 Telford Road, Moorak


63 Wehl Street North

2/268 Commercial Street West

3/3 Shepherd Street

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Character turn of the century cottage on approximately 30 acres of tightly held rich land that offers endless possibilities. This is indeed rare earth! “Under instructions from the public trustee.”

AUCTION 30 acres approx


5 Eagle Court, Oranivale

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Starting up or winding down this home has plenty to offer with large living areas, good shedding and great entertaining area.

16A Bellevale Court


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Modern living and convenient location – close proximity to quality schools, quiet elevated area. An easy care family home or great investment!

163 Pelican Point Rd, Pelican Point



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Fantastic views from this Pelican Point home- very well presented inside and out- sold on a walk in, walk out basis.

19 Eldridge Drive


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Absolute quality and designer inspired throughout – a spacious and livable family home with everything to offer. No stone has been left unturned in the design and standard.

10 Venice Court


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17 Glenmont Crescent

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Overlooking a reserve this exquisite home is bursting with style – three living areas – immaculate inside and out – inspect and fall in love!


10 Shepherd Street


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A charming country cottage set on over half acre of a beautiful established setting. Grow fresh veg, pick fresh fruit and collect the eggs!


Lot 62 Bruning Place


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6 Cobblestone Court


Lot 92 Eyre Court

$89,000 $112,000

Lot 2/56 Bay Road


310 Wehl Street North


Lot 6 Shellsea Crt -Pelican Point $99,000 2 Coral Cove-Port MacDonnell $100,000 Lot 101 Carpenter Rocks RoadCarpenter Rocks $120,000 Lot 308 Private Rd– Carpenter Rocks $130,000 Lot 101 Eight Mile Creek RoadEight Mile Creek $149,000 Lot 10 Eight Mile Crk Rd-Brownes Bay $165,000 63 Milstead St - Pt McDonnell $179,000 Lot 7 Eight Mile Crk-Brownes Bay $185,000 Lot 72 Eight Mile Crk Rd – Brownes Bay $230,000 Lot 29 Legoe St – Cape Jaffa $225,000 Lot 5 Pascoe Rd-Pt McDonnell $325,000 Lot 11 Cnr Bay Rd & Lower Nelson Rd Port MacDonnell (if applicable) $395,000 + GST - 015

$115.00 pw • 2 bedroom unit in quiet central location • Built in robe in main • Open plan kitchen/ lounge with electric cooking & gas heating • Bathroom/toilet • No Pets • Available Now

18 Power Street

$170.00 pw • 2 bedroom unit • Both with BI Robes • Kitchen with electric cooking • Lounge/dine with r/c air conditioner • Single carport umr • Secure yard • No Pets • Available 6/12

7 Foote Street

$180.00 pw • Cosy 2 bedroom cottage in the lakes area • Within walking distance to the main street • Separate lounge with gas heating • Recently renovated kitchen with dishwasher/bathroom/laundry • Pets Negotiable • Available 7/11

92 Gray Street

$220.00 pw • 2 bedroom home both with BI Robes • Kitchen/dine with elec cooking • Lounge with r/c air conditioner • Single garage umr • Small patio area • Low maintenance yard • Walking distance to shops and great location close to popular Lakes area • Pets negotiable • Available Now

246 Square Mile Road, Yahl



6 Sinclair Street

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You won’t buy a better first home or investment property in this price range. A great flat allotment close to the city centre – Be quick!


$110.00 pw • 2 bedroom unit • Open plan kitchen/ lounge with electric cooking • Bathroom/ toilet • Separate laundry • No Pets • Available 2/12


7 Draper Street, Tarpeena

No expense spared in this quality built home that offers quiet living – outstanding views – solar panels – rainwater – solid construction and the list goes on. Inspect and expect to be impressed!

Lot 2 Chute Street

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This impressive home has plenty to offer and is in excellent order throughout. Providing a versatile layout on a 2170m2 (approx) allotment with extra shedding and private rear access. Simply an amazing home that offers tremendous value.

3+ Exceptional home in the popular “Oranivale” - at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. Fantastic elevated OPEN position offering SAT commanding 9.45-10.15 views!


$300.00 pw • 5 bedroom home • Four with BI Robes • Kitchen/dine with elec cooking • Formal lounge with gas log fire • Family room with sc wood heater • Office/Study • Small sitting room • U/c decked area • Single garage umr with internal access • Fully enclosed rear yard • Pets Neg • Available Now

14 Greenridge Drive

$350.00 pw • Country Living at it’s best • 4 bedroom home • Main with WI Robe, ensuite & spa bath two others have BI Robes • Kitchen/dine/family with gas heating & electric cooking • Second large living area • Double garage umr with internal access & 3rd toilet • U/c patio area • Pets negotiable • Available Now

RENTALS - UNITS • 2/268 Commercial Street West • 3/3 Shepherd Street • 2/20 Kurrajong Street • 3/84 Bay Road • 2/69 Bay Road • 3/2 West Street • 3/184 Jubilee Highway West

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$360.00 pw • 3 bedroom home or 4th bedroom/office • Ensuite with double spa • Large open kitchen/dining/family area with dishwasher, electric cooking & walk-in pantry • Separate lounge/theatre room • Fully enclosed entertainment area with views • Double garage umr with internal access • Side access to large secure yard • No Pets • Available Now

Harrold Street Cnr James Street and Bay Road Law Street 96 Commercial Street East 165-167 Commercial Street East 46 Commercial Street West 9 Ramsay Avenue 5 Allan Drive

•18 Power Street • 2 Shelton Street • 4 Gerloff Street • 49 Sturt Street • 7 Foote Street • 418 Sewarts Rad Allendale East • Cnr Louden Hill Road • 92 Gray Street • 43 Lake Terrace West • 246 Square Mile Road Yahl • 14 Greenridge Drive • 1 Jardine Street

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Gebhardts Property Management I 2/14 Helen Street, Mt Gambier Ph 08 8724 8088 / Fax 08 8724 8099 Lic Agents RLA 1903 ACN 008075027

14 Longmire Terrace


PROMINENT AND TIMELESS Simply stunning, contemporary style home of solid construction situated high at the end of a high cul de sac. Gourmet kitchen, with stainless steel appliances, and large walk in pantry. Open Plan living areas, plus formal lounge and dining. Relax and enjoy a wine at your own bar overlooking the stunning outdoor entertaining area. The master bedroom is pure elegance with a lavish ensuite and dressing room/walk in robe. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are both double rooms serviced by the opulent main bathroom. A dedicated study provides loads of natural light. Internal access is available from the 3 car garage plus workshop located under the main roof of the home. All this on an allotment of 1809m2. With immaculate gardens front and rear. Quality extras include ducted reverse cycle heating/cooling throughout, quality window furnishings. Inspection is a must for those who appreciate the very best.

332 Cafpirco Road, Compton


LIVE THE DREAM Quaint & character filled cottage with modern extension on approximately 6 acres. 3 bedrooms, main with WIR + French doors to private courtyard. Cosy formal lounge. Rear extension has family, dining & kitchen w/ electric cooking & dishwasher + S/C heating. Fully fenced heating swimming pool. Chook yard + ample shedding. You will fall in love with country living at its best.

12 Jardine Street


CHARM & MODERN CONVENIENCE Beautifully restored character home. Leadlight, marble fireplaces + many more classic features. Glorious main bedroom with ensuite & WIR. Two remaining bedrooms & large office. Gracious formal lounge + open plan kitchen/ dining and occasional living. Modern kitchen: gas gourmet stove with griller & deep fryer, dishwasher & granite bench tops. Cellar. Stone garage would fit 4 cars.

OPEN SATURDAY 11.45am - 12.15pm

OPEN SATURDAY 12.30 - 1.00pm NEST OR INVEST Well presented 3 bedroom stone home in excellent condition. Neat eat in kitchen, with gas cooking. Spacious lounge with gas heating. Polished floorboards throughout living areas. Good size rear yard with vehicle access. There’s plenty to love about this bargain. Close to TAFE. Affordable home living or perfect investment with projected rental income of $200 -$220 per week.

17 Jardine Street


3B Coolabah Street - Almost new 3 Bdrm exec courtyard unit. BIR, 2-way bthrm w/ powder rm & sep toilet. Open plan kitch/dine/lounge. r/c a/c. Garage UMR w/ internal entry. Sorry no pets. Avail 25/11/13 @ $265 p/wk. 7 Shaughnessy Ct - 3 bedrm home. Main w/WIR & ensuite, remaining bedrms w/BIR’s. Gas ducted heating throughout. Kitch w/dishwasher. Single garage. Pets on app. Avail Now @ $270 p/wk 16 Shaughnessy Crt - New 4 Bdrm 2 Bathrm brick home. All bdrms with BIR, main w/ ensuite. Sep lounge/dine, large rumpus rm, 3 way main bathrm w/ spa bath, duct gas heat + s/s a/c, Pergola & lge rear yard. Lge garage/ w’shop area + c’port. Outside pet on App. Avail now @ $320 p/wk 9 Stuart Court - Brand new, 4 bdrms, all w/BIR, Master also w/WIR, ensuite & separate toilet. Gourmet kit, family room, lge rumpus room, ducted heating, 4 car garage. Avail Now @ $420 p/wk

SALES Jamie Sutherland 0458 231 506 Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

IT’S ABOUT LOCATION Outstanding Character Home comprising of 4 bedrooms + Study Nook. Attention to Detail throughout, with ornate fireplaces, and superb polished boards. Decadent Formal Lounge with stunning mantel and gas log fire. An Entertainer’s kitchen in Redgum Timber with stainless steel gourmet cooker. Spacious dining area that spills through French doors to Superb Outdoor Entertaining Area overlooking Self Cleaning, Heated Swimming Pool.

35 Dalkeith Drive


12 Lumidin Boulevard

156 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

3/41 Sutton Avenue


BREAD & BUTTER INVESTMENT Two bedroom brick unit. Only four units in the complex, convenient location within city. Good size bedrooms, both carpeted. Open living with large dine in kitchen and carpeted lounge. Bathroom with toilet, shower and vanity. Small enclosed rear yard. Sealed driveway. Currently tenanted $135 per week until 10.10.2014.

I Lisa Yeates 08 8725 4225



WAKE UP TO THE SEA Three bedroom stone home well positioned on Port MacDonnell’s sea front road. Great sea views from lounge & bedroom 1. A generous dine in kitchen with gas stove. Either slow combustion or gas heating in lounge. Single garage with workshop & sleep out. Good size allotment of approx. 784m2. Bore with jet pump. Perfect seaside address.

RECEPTION Carolyn Gazzard 08 8725 4225

10 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier - 016


BRING THE FAMILY ALONG Spacious family home on level allotment with handy side access. Three distinct living areas with front lounge, family & separate home theatre room. Large main bedroom with ensuite & WIR. Remaining three bedrooms all have built-ins. Smart kitchen with gas hotplates, electric oven, dishwasher & good size walk in pantry + sliding doors to alfresco area. Ducted gas heating. Double garage UMR.


2B MERCEDES COURT Modern, Low Maintenance and Immaculate. Groovy 3 bedroom homette located in a quiet group of only 3. 3 bedrooms, with built in robes in 2. Direct access from the main bedroom to the 3 way bathroom. Spacious kitchen/ dining with stainless steel gas cook top, elect oven and d/washer. Good size lounge room. Fantastic outdoor entertaining with a pergola & small lawn area.


BIG HOUSE - NOT SO BIG PRICE The entertainers delight with this large executive home. Three distinct & separate living areas, featuring rumpus room & lounge with grand bay window. Four bedrooms, main with spacious ensuite, WIR & bay window. Separate office close to front entrance. Beautiful timber flooring through kitchen, meals, family & rumpus. Ducted gas heating. Decked pergola connected to double garage. Timeless exterior features with the use of split stone.


THIS WILL TICK THE BOXES Well kept 4 bedroom home located in the popular St Martins area. Ensuite with WIR to spacious master bedroom. BIR in remaining bedrooms. Large formal lounge- ideal home theatre and superb views from the open plan living areas. Lovely 2 pack kitchen with walk-in pantry and stainless steel gas cooking. Warmed with ducted gas central heating and cooled with reverse cycle split system. Internal access from the double garage UMR plus an additional single garage with vehicle access- ideal for a boat or car enthusiast. Neutral décor throughout, ready for a family to enjoy. Close to St Martins and McDonald Park schools

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Emma Beare 0437 902 438

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2 Clezy Crescent

RENTALS 3/102 Wehl St - Freshly painted 2 bedrm unit. Lounge & kitch w/ gas heating & cooking. Bathroom w/ new vanity. Sorry no pets. Avail Now @ $150 p/wk 9/101 Jubilee Hwy East – Close to Woolies. 2 Bdrm main w/BIR. Spacious lounge w/ s/s r/c a/c. Tiled bthrm w/ sep shower/bath. Sep toilet. Sep laundry. Lock up garage. Extra storage room. Sorry no pets. Avail 2/12/13 @ $170 p/wk 13 Ewens Crt - 3 Bdrm dolomite home. Great area. Formal lounge, dine in kitchen, bathrm w/ sep bath & shower. Air con. Low main. yard. Pets on app. Avail from 18/11/13 @ $220 p/wk 5A/184 Jubilee Hwy West - Finchley Grove. 2Bdrm, BIR, elec s/s app w/gas cooking in kitch, S/S cent’l heat/cool in dining, gas heat in lounge. Sgle garage w/ int access. O’door entert. Avail Now @ $240 p/wk 2/7A Hedley Street- Central location brick t’house w/ 3 bdrms, 2bthrms, open plan kitch/dine/lounge. Sgle garage UMR with extra parking. Avail 30/12/13 @ $250 p/wk


TRANQUILITY AWAITS WITHIN Lovely north facing, secluded home in desirable lakes location. Plenty of natural light with gorgeous city views. Three bedrooms + office. Lounge, formal dining + occasional dine & living with access to paved pergola. Functional galley kitchen with new dishwasher. Main bathroom with separate shower & spa bath. Second toilet. Double carport UMR + double garage. In conj. with SAL Real Estate.

FULL OF OLD WORLD CHARM Dolomite fronted Character home centrally located. Comprising of 4 double bedrooms. 3 with built in robes. Dedicated office and study. Formal and informal living areas. Relax with a wine in the delightful Entertainer’s kitchen featuring an island bench. Main bathroom with sep shower bath. 2nd shower and toilet. Ornate features throughout. Offering the choice of s/c heating or ducted gas heating. Single garage under the main roof with internal access plus carport. Stunning views over the rear garden and pond from the outdoor decking. Situated over 2 titles totalling approx. 2651m2. This property represents an excellent opportunity for those who adore character homes but want the hard work done.. as a repaint of the exterior, replumbing and re wiring have all been completed. An inspection of this “One of a kind” home will leave you wanting more.

UP FOR A GAME OF GOLF? Spacious executive 3 year old family home, backing onto the picturesque Attamurra Golf Course. Gorgeous kitchen complimented by walk in pantry. Three living areas including separate lounge & rumpus room. Four bedrooms – spacious main with ensuite & walk in robe. Functional office located “within eye” from the kitchen. Three way main bathroom + walk in linen closet. Ducted r/c a/c & slow combustion heating. Single garage UMR + double colorbond garage with 3 phase power. Massive paved gabled pergola. Rainwater connected to house & garden. A very impressive home. In conj. with Gebhardts Real Estate.

INVESTOR ALERT Lovely executive rental. Comprising of 4 bedrooms, main with walk in robe and ensuite. Open plan kitchen, dine and family areas. Separate games room. Separate formal lounge. 3 way main bathroom. Enormous outdoor entertaining with all weather blinds. Low maintenance yards front and rear. Ducted Gas heating plus split system reverse cycle heating/cooling. An ideal entertainer or investment. Currently tenanted @ $350 per week.

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save the date November 1-3 - Portland Rotary Art Exhibition - CIVIC HALL, PORTLAND Opening and preview evening of what is the 31st hosting of the event is on Friday, November 1 at 7pm. The sale of paintings runs from 7.30pm Friday through to 3pm on Sunday. The artists are competing for more than $10,000 in prize money and the 2013 event will be judged by locally based and internationally renowned artist Brett Jarrett.

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Method Place coconut cream, curry, garlic, sugar, fish sauce and coriander in a blender and process until smooth. Place chicken in a non-metallic bowl, add marinade and stir well. Cover and refrigerate overnight. The next day, thread 3-4 pieces of chicken on each skewer. Preheat grill to high, grill 5-7 minutes, turning, until cooked through. Serve on platters with mango chutney, if desired.



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Pisces You might feel like the goalposts have moved a bit of recent times at work and you would be right. The rules are changing, the boundaries are blurred and it will take some getting used to. If you’re contemplating a change, now might be the perfect time. Aries Your financial situation should be your priority this week. Designing a budgeting and reassessing any loans should be top of your to-do list. Try and make reducing debt your number one priority so you can get back on an even keel. Taurus It really is time to sort out a disagreement you have been having with a close friend, partner or work colleague. We all know you don’t like to admit you were wrong but perhaps compromising to get a resolution would be the best tactic at this stage. Gemini Be prepared for disorder in your normally ordered world. From small inconveniences to major disruptions - this week will have it all and you will just need to ride the bumps as most of it is totally out of your control. Cancer Your partner should be your number one priority this week. Paln some time together, preferrably some time away but if not at least a special date that is ust about spending time together. If you’re not in a relationship, still find someone special with whom to spend some time. Leo This will be a week of revelations for you and will see the end to a long standing family issue. A family member that you struggled to understand will finally reveal just what makes them tick and you will see them in a completely different light. It will feel good to let it go once and for all.

Virgo Things are going to be in a bit of disarray when a colleague heads on holidays. Make sure you leave more time to get everything done and tracking down information and just what you need could take longer without them close by to touch base with and to assist. Not a good week to make plans outside of the office. Libra Beware some unexpected bills or expenses this week. In anticipation of the financial hit you better cut back on luxuries. It will be a case of better to be safe than sorry as you don’t want to have to dip into your savings just because you haven’t planned. Scorpio It might be time to assess your prblem solving tactics in terms of a conflict at work. You have tried the assertive approach but it might be time to catch this fly with honey. It doesn’t mean you have to give all the ground but getting this colleague on side might be the best in the long run. Sagittarius You are going to be plagued with delays at work this week so make sure you keep everyone in the loop with things that might start running behind schedule. Everyone will understand it is because of things beyond your control as long as you are clear with your instructions. Capricorn Stop saying yes. You have over extended yourself at work and socially and are now going to have to cancel some of your apointments to fit everything in. Aquarius Time to establish some boundaries at work by defining roles. And whatever you do, don’t let someone hand off thier dirty work to you - stand firm.


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The Mount Gambier Library together with the Mount Gambier Community Events New Year’s Eve Festival proudly presents Barry Ion, with his hilarious tales from The Bazz and Pilko Years on Wednesday, October 30 at 7pm. The Bazz and Pilko Breakfast Show was a radio phenomenon. Barry Ion and Tony Pilkington’s joint career began in Adelaide on Radio 5AD in 1976 and ran for seven years. They caused a massive shock by switching to rival station

5KA in 1983. Two years later they moved to 2UW in Sydney. Some Adelaide listeners never forgave them! After eight years they returned to Adelaide for a further four years together, this time on 5AA. For more than 21 years these two blokes teased and tormented friend and foe alike with phantom phone calls, gossip and rumours. They revealed political blunders, arranged blind dates and strange parties, organised reunions for estranged families, upset radio

management, sponsors and anyone not marching to their beat. Bazz and Pilko have quite a history. It seems every day was an April Fool’s Day. It’s a long trail littered with success and failure, booze and parties, marriages and divorce, contracts and ratings, and finally, the ultimate bust up of Bazz and Pilko. Barry is currently touring Australia to promote his recently published book, The Bazz and Pilko Years. He will be live at the Mount Gambier Library reminiscing on some of the hilarious tales for which made these men famous for being the original pranksters of radio. Tickets are $5, which includes supper and can be purchased at the Mount Gambier Library or online www.mountgam library Barry Ion will return to Mount Gambier to entertain the community at the New Years Eve celebrations with his band Platinum. - 021

the voice winner hits town November 6 - Harrison Craig - SIR ROBERT HELPMANN THEATRE, MOUNT GAMBIER Harrison Craig, Australia’s newest superstar and freshly crowned winner of The Voice, will bring his beautiful vocals and inspiring song selection to the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre as part of his More than a Dream Tour. He will be joined by musical director John Foreman and recording artist Bobby Fox, who starred in the Australian production of Jersey Boys.


More familiar local faces helping plan your financial future WHO GETS YOUR SUPER? What happens to your super if something happens to you? Unless you make a binding decision, your super fund trustee may be able to override your wishes, which means some of your loved ones could miss out. Chances are you may have years ahead to enjoy your super savings. But you also need to consider what happens if accident or illness strikes before you retire or while much of your super remains unspent. That’s why it’s important to formally nominate the people you want to receive your super if you pass away. Without a super death benefit nomination you could leave your loved ones in a financial mess at a difficult time. This is particularly the case if you have kids from an earlier marriage or a blended family with a new partner. Even if you do make a nomination, your trustee could override your wishes unless you make them permanently binding.

Above - Nick Morony (left) and Danielle Horton (right) are the newest members of the Morony Financial Services team and are welcomed by Trevor (centre) to the Bay Road offices.. YOUR SUPER PAY RISE Your super guarantee payments have already risen or are rising - and that’s not the only reason super is still a smart investment. We can help you make the most of super to create more wealth. Did you know that your super guarantee payments are set to rise? The government has announced changes that, if agreed to by parliament, will gradually increase the superannuation guarantee rate from the 9% to 12% between 2013 and 2020. That’s good news for every salary earner and it’s not the only reason super is still a good investment vehicle. Here

are some of the others: • Less tax upfront • Less tax on investment earnings • A helping hand from the government. Trevor has also recently welcomed two new faces to his team with Nick Morony joining the administration staff and Danielle Horton taking on a client services manager role.


night out full of fun and education

Yarra Valley rock band The Yeastie Boys put on a sizzling performance in the Limestone Coast’s Wrattonbully Wine Region earlier this month, belting out a series of hits inside the Phylloxera Board’s Heat Shed. With the unique venue capable of reaching temperatures of 45 degrees, the Friday night gig served as the perfect warm-up for a second show the following day in Coonawarra, as part of the district’s Cabernet Weekend celebrations. The band’s visit was jointly funded by the Coonawarra Vignerons Association, Phylloxera Board of SA, Classic Oak, the Limestone Coast Grape & Wine Council (LCGWC), PIRSA and the Wrattonbully Wine Industry Association, who did an exceptional job of hosting and catering at the Heat Shed. The chair of the LCGWC tech committee Ben Harris said the

performances offered a great opportunity to generate more public awareness about phylloxera and the role of the shed. “When it’s not hosting live music, the purpose built heat shed helps to prevent the transfer of the highly destructive aphid-like insect by providing an environment that is too hot for it to survive,” he said. “As we are on the border of Victoria, we are essentially on the front line, so this is an important way to protect our vineyards and local businesses and deliver the message as loudly as possible. This heat shed is the only one in Australia and we are lucky to have it.” Best practice means treating harvesters and any machinery coming into the Limestone Coast, including

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from regions within South Australia currently thought to be phylloxera free, as a location could have an infestation of phylloxera for several years before any symptoms are evident. The Yeastie Boys are all winemakers and viticulturists from the Yarra Valley, where phylloxera has been discovered in recent years, so it didn’t hurt to give their equipment a dose of heat treatment, either. “The Yeastie Boys understand all too well the impact phylloxera can have on a wine region, so when they were approached by the LCGWC to go through the heat shed on their way to the Coonawarra Cabernet Celebrations in a novel approach to raising awareness, they were more than happy to be involved, even going so far as to declare their trip

to the Limestone Coast the start of their ‘Make Phylloxera History’ world tour,” Mr Harris said. Safely phylloxera free, the band belted out a twohour set (the same amount of time needed in the heat shed in order to kill phylloxera) of popular covers. A scaled down version of the ‘Penola Bypass Allstar Jam Band’ (pictured during a previous performance), featuring Coonawarra wine industry members, was a popular support act. LCGWC chairman Sue Bell said the performances were really well received by the crowds. “They were a fun way to promote the risks phylloxera poses and unite our regions in an attempt to ‘Make Phylloxera History!’ The other side benefit is our desire for more live music in isolated rural areas – and we aren’t bad at putting on a country hall gig either.”

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10am-4pm $8 admission Part of the national Open Garden Scheme Raising funds for the Penola CFS branch. •

Plant sale • Four acres of roses and kitchen garden to explore • Sculptors • Garden accessories • Expert talks • Local food and produce market • Floral art demonstrations • Wine tastings St Mary’s Vineyard V & A Lane, Penola




Entertainment galore as McCourts celebrates 15 years in business

McCourts Garden Centre celebrates its 15th birthday this year and has decided to celebrate with a huge garden party. Special guest ABC TV presenter from Gardening Australia, Sophie Thomson (pictured above), will be there and will be giving talks on gardening in two sessions, one at 11am and one at 2pm. Bookings are essential for these sessions so ring the garden centre as soon as possible as seats are selling fast.

There will be plenty to see all day with market stalls, musicians and lots of wonderful food and drink. Emma will be there from Redden Bridge Wines and Habit Patch and Red Poppy Patchwork and Painting will be displaying their wares. There’s also The Chocolate Table, Avenue Emus, Beckonbees Honey, Kathys Organic Vegies, Joyce’s Pickle Parlour, and Kalangadoo Organic Apples, selling their fabulous produce. McCourts Garden Centre will have fantastic specials

to choose from and the Courtyard Café will have lots of delicious food and drink just like on old fashioned garden party with extended eating and picnic areas outside to enjoy the day. There will be a huge raffle with proceeds going to The Royal Flying Doctors and Elmo, from Sesame Street, will be also making an appearance so keep November 17 free for a fun day out with the family at McCourts Garden Centre.


invites you to have your say

ABC Innovation is inviting the communities in South East, South Australia, to trial Spoke, a free mobile site, which gives its readers the opportunity to discuss issues concerning their area. Readers can either suggest a topic, or vote and comment on the issue of the week as raised by the local Spoke editor, be it the future of local sporting leagues or the high

LOCAL Medical Nangwarry Medical Clinic has received accreditation from a top accreditation body after demonstrating the quality and safety of the practice. The centre received the accreditation from the Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited (AGPAL), which developed the award jointly with various doctors’ organisations, including the Australian Medical Association. South East Regional Director for Country

price of airfares. Astrid Scott, Producer at ABC Innovation said: “Spoke came out of research we conducted in Mount Gambier, Launceston, Geelong, Canberra and Newcastle to better understand what role a person’s location plays in their content needs. It showed that people in smaller cities and towns were struggling to find the right mix of relevant

news in an easy-to-use mobile format. We also found that people were looking for more local perspectives on issues affecting their area.” The research also showed that people want a combination of local and other news in one single source. As a result, Spoke will not only act as a forum for conversations about local news, but it will also deliver national and international content to its readers. Feedback from residents about the pilot will be used to improve the Spoke experience and will feed into further beta trials. “We’d like to know what types of stories people in South East South Australia are looking for and what issues they

want to see covered in more depth,” Ms Scott said. “We chose this region because of its unique situation and because our research indicated that residents want more localised news and information coverage. This is an opportunity for people in South East SA to have a real say about the way the ABC models its mobile news service across the entire country.” The ABC will also be running the trial in Queensland’s Townsville later this year. Another different Spoke pilot is currently live in Newcastle, New South Wales and Launceston, Tasmania. To get involved and be part of the South East SA trial head to

clinic gets tick of approval Health SA Jayne Downs said the AGPAL accreditation highlighted how Nangwarry Medical Clinic makes a significant investment in quality on a day-to-day basis. “We’re delighted to achieve this accreditation which demonstrates Country Health SA’s commitment to ensuring patients receive excellent health services at Nangwarry Medical Clinic,” she said. “The well-being of our patients is Country Health SA’s top priority and we

seek accreditation for our practices because we want them to be the best.” The AGPAL accreditation program is a voluntary national program that aims to provide a range of guarantees to patients by accrediting the practice environment. To achieve accreditation, a team at the clinic worked for 12 months to implement the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Standards for General Practices, which is the

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recognised standard nationally for assessment for general practice. “By being accredited our patients know that we are providing quality care that meets the RACGP’s standards and this is another step towards excellence,” Ms Downs said. “Everyone at the medical centre has played a valuable role in working to meet the standards and I want to thank them all for their hard work.”

don’t miss out November 8 Cavendish Fleece & Flower Show Cavendish Soldiers Memorial Hall 3.30-8pm.

The Cavendish Fleece & Flower Show is a community fair with numerous displays of flowers, floral art, craft, needlework, cookery, produce, photography and fleeces. There are also primary school and kindergarten art works and other projects on display. With market stalls and a BBQ tea, it is a great afternoon out for families. Call (03) 5574 2314 for more details. - 024


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LOCAL Changes

to Merino Festival

Following two very successful Merino Community Festival’s, where more than 500 people passed through the gates each year, the committee is enthusiastically organising a bigger and

better 2013 festival. This year’s festival will be held on Saturday, November 30, at the Merino Recreation Reserve. The kid’s entertainment will be a highlight again at a very affordable price. There will be an

abundance of activities including the mobile laser tag game Laser Strike, Zorb balls, a dunk tank, huge inflatable slide, jumping castles, gladiator challenge, reptile and mammal display, merrygo-round, face painting

and since we will be in the spirit of Christmas there’s sure to be a visit from Santa. This year we will introduce a freestyle motorcycle team, the Xtreme Trials Show, who will be showcasing their balancing skills whilst

keeping the audience on the edge of their seats three times during the day. Once again the Hamilton Motorcycle Club will be holding a race day and non-members are able to pay a day member fee to join in the races and enjoy the picturesque course at Merino. The committee has put a lot of work in to the Tug’O’War competition to attract more teams who will compete for $300 prize money for both the men’s and women’s teams. Last year the Quickshear had an outstanding number of entrants and there’s sure to be more competitors this year that will compete for a substantial amount of prize money. There will be a large variety of market stalls to grab a bargain and lots of food stalls to tempt the taste buds, bar facilities, live music by renowned country and western singer Trevor Keilor and for all the dare devils there will be

a mechanical bucking bull. Expanding from last year the Western Victoria Axeman’s Association will hold a competition to display their strength and skill. The success of the past two festivals has allowed the committee to donate more than $8000 to several community, school and sporting groups from Merino, Digby, Casterton and Hamilton who were involved in some way in the festival. So for $10 per adult, under 16 free, 16 and over $5 wrist band for rides and $10 wrist bands for under 16, which allows them unlimited access to all kids entertainment, you would have to say this is the best value festival in the Western District. You can also check out their website at www.merinocf. Any enquiries please email merinocommunity and like us on Facebook.

gardens alive November 2 & 3 10am-4pm Three local gardens on display as a fundraiser for the work of the Anglican Church in the local community, including the work of $7 a garden or a three garden pass for $15.

Roseville - 2- Wandilo Road - 400 metres north of the Millicent Road corner. More than 250 varieties of roses, an orchard and vegetable garden and ornamental trees. There will also be produce stalls with morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea on offer.

speaking of’s show time

on this day OCTOBER 31 1941 - After 14 years of work, Mount Rushmore is completed. 1999 - Teenage Australian yachtsman Jesse Martin returns to Melbourne after 11 months of circumnavigating the world, solo, non-stop and unassisted.

November 9 - Coleraine P & A Society 150th Annual Show - Coleraine Showgrounds 9am-10pm - The Coleraine Show is the largest country show in the Southern Grampians Shire featuring cattle, sheep and poultry competitions as well as shearing, equestrian and log chopping events. Beaut utes are also part of the day long celebrations along with arts and crafts and plenty of food and entertainment.

109 Kilsby Road Moorak. Open, sprawling garden with a blend of exotic and native trees, roses, shrubs adn lawn areas. Morning and afternoon tea available.

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9 Corella Place - A free form garden created on the slopes of Mount Gambier. Native and semi tropical plants and trees form the basis of this garden whioch is truly innovative and of great interest. Not wheelchair accessible. Morning and afternoon tea available.


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LOCAL Compton

School walks down memory lane

This weekend, Compton Primary School will celebrate educating

children across this district for 150 years. It is a major milestone for any school

but especially for a small community school. The upcoming landmark has given the school a chance to take its students for a walk down memory lane and history, more specifically, the history of the Compton School, has been the focus if recent studies. From the purchase of the piano to trawling through student enrolment records, from interviewing past scholars to accessing the digital records of newspaper archives, students have been living in the past, and been hugely responsible for compiling

the commemorative 150th anniversary booklet. The booklet includes enrolments from 1886-2013, information about the origin of the school, profiles of former students, list of principals, history of the Compton area, information about two notable Compton residents and a raft of photos. The upper primary students have worked on a progressive timeline of the development of the school grounds over 150 years, including three maps that detail the changes and upgrades. Those students also researched a former

principal and also sent the official email to the Federal Government to detail how the school used it Building the Education revolution funding. The middle school used photos to create their timeline of the Compton area and also compared school life from the 1850s to what they now experience in 2013, including buildings, behaviour and punishment and subjects available. The junior primary students compared school life with their grandparents or teacher’s school days. And with one eye on the future they designed school

logos and uniforms for the year 2063. Over the celebration weekend, the performing arts students will be singing, dancing and acting their way through the history of the school in the specially constructed schoolhouse. A time capsule, in which all students have placed an item, will be buried over the course of the milestone weekend as well. Far left (top) - Cherie Scrivener and Eliza Hunter show their posters in front of the old Principal’s Residence now Art Gallery. Far left (bottom) Front row - Kai Allen, Amalia Neumann, Alysha Waters, Miguel Rigopoulis. Middle row Jecinta Gordon, Michaela Thompson, James Hill, Megan Newton, Chelsea Williams, Tori Verrity. Back row - Kiera Waters (leaning on verandah) Niamh Graney, Paige Hale, Charlotte Walters, Geordan Thomas, Eliza Hunter, Emily Dawe.

compton school turns 150 November 1-3 November 1 School events from 1-3.30pm, including re-enactments; demonstration lessons; memorabilia displays & tee, coffee and scones in the marquee. November 2 10am-4pm - School events including an official roll call, cake cutting ceremony, reenactments, community timeline display, old fahsioned games, memorabilia displays, commemorative items on sale, student work displays and add to the grafitti wall. 7pm - Cocktail Party at the Compton Hall. $10 a head, includes tea and coffee and a drink on arrival. Live music and a chance to catch up with old classmates and teachers.

Left - Back row Kiera Waters, Karen Nancarrow and Paige Hale with old scholars Edna Saunders and Max McPherson.

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November 3 9.30am-12noon - Compton School Remembrance Service. Unveiling of commemorative mosaic, planting of the 150th tree, burial of time capsule, memoriabilia displays, re-enactments.

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Moorak - a marvellously open sprawling rural garden continually evolving. A blend of native and exotic trees, roses, shrubs and lawned areas. Morning and afternoon tea available.

Mount Gambier - hosts Tony and Robyn invite you to explore their garden developed on the slopes of Mount Gambier. This free form garden features a lush, undulating environment of native, semi tropical plants and trees. Truly innovative and of great interest. Reasonable fitness required. Not wheelchair accessible. Morning & afternoon tea available.

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10.30am-3.30pm - Comtpon School Fete. Face painting, craft tent, beauty salon, high tea, jumping castle, old fashioned games, plenty of food, fun and entertainment.

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November 9 – December 15 Annette Bezor- Iconic Works 1997-2013 RIDDOCH ART GALLERY, MOUNT GAMBIER

Annette Bezor’s studies of female subjectivity are inspired by classical portraiture, popular culture, media and the erotic. Bezor interrogates the male gaze undermining existing power relations between subject and viewer. Much of Bezor’s work references the sexualisation of Asian women. Several works in this survey are large scale adding further immediate impact to the exhibition. Bezor has been the recipient of numerous awards and prizes and is routinely a finalist in the Archibald, Sulman, Moran and Portia Geach competitions.

All right. I know we’ve been over this. I don’t want to flog a dead horse. I don’t want to be one of those guys who grizzles and grizzles and just needs to get over things. But I think I’m going to have to be one of those guys. Halloween. Again. I’ve made it my personal crusade to try to deal with this for the last

Again??!!??? by Robbie Tansel

couple of years, yet my efforts appear to be in vain. The Halloween sections at local supermarkets and variety stores have grown just a little bit more again this year. Every year it just seems to spread a little further. How long until there’ll be no room for the fishing gear throughout our local shops during October? We can’t just stand back and let this happen. The question is who is driving this evil movement. I’ve generally been of the opinion that it’s just the greedy supermarkets trying again to steal more money from us. But is there something else going on. My hunt first led me to the fat, greedy little kiddies. Next time you’re down the street, have a look around at the local ferals. They’re chubby. They’re a little bit rolly polly. They’ve been in a good paddock. Are they the ones driving this Halloween thing as a way to get them as quickly as possible onto their journey with type two diabetes? But then I realised that I was

looking at this from the completely wrong direction. Who has something to gain from Halloween? Obviously the supermarkets. But they’ve got such a stranglehold on screwing us out of our money that this is only a drop in the ocean. How about the chocolate manufacturers? Again. They’ve already got Easter, not to mention the millions of boxes of chocolates they sell at Christmas. They don’t really need any more business. Yes, children have something to gain as they’ll get the chance to gorge themselves on some more chocolate. But let’s be honest, they can get anything they want at anytime with a tantrum. “So who is it?” you ask. It’s not about chocolate. What are the other symbols of Halloween? Pumpkins!! It’s the damn pumpkin industry. People don’t eat vegetables these days. They taste yucky. Pumpkin sales must have dipped dramatically. A dip in people eating pumpkins doesn’t affect you if you’re an American farmer. You know that the amount of pumpkins you sell for Halloween

will get you through the next year. But if you’re an Australian farmer, things have been pretty tough over the last thirty years. First you’ve lost Flo Bjielke-Peterson (wife of the famous 80’s Queensland premier) and her infatuation with pumpkin scones. Then fast food restaurants took off and you became obsolete. If you, as an Australian pumpkin farmer, can get this Halloween thing off the ground then all your troubles are sorted. I suspect the costume industry might also be involved in the conspiracy but I don’t have any concrete proof at this stage. I’m onto them though. Speaking of the costume industry, that’s another thing I’m trying to be annoyed about. I thought this was a celebration where kids dressed up. As much as I like to see the attractive twenty year olds dressed up in naughty nurse costumes, I just think it’s another step down this slippery slope to us all having kids knocking on our doors every October 31. Anyway, if you are having a party where you’re likely to have naughty nurses, don’t be scared to invite me



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The duo complements each other and as a management team they are excited about the addition of key personnel to the Landmark team, as well as an expansion of services aimed at making life even easier for their clients. Former branch manager Simon Engel is staying on with Landmark Mount Gambier but focussing on his insurance expertise, as well as returning to his experience in finance, as Landmark makes the move into offering the complete raft of services everyone on the land needs. Allowing Simon to focus on developing the finance arm of the business and put all his attention into the insurance needs of Landmark clients is just one of the many exciting developments at Landmark. The new premises has always boasted an impressive fertiliser shed which

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Community fun run set to be biggest ever In just three short years, the Blue Lake Fun Run has become one of the most popular community events on the calendar. Heading into its fourth running, on Sunday, December 1, the Blue Lake Fun Run not only attracts a strong contingent of Mount Gambier based walkers and runners but also

athletes from right across the region and interstate. Its wide reaching appeal comes from its three distances and the fact it encourages walkers and runners alike. Participants can select the 3.2, 6.8 or 10.4 km distances. It has also become a team bonding experience with businesses, schools, sporting clubs and community groups getting together in teams to train and tackle the Blue Lake routes. The inaugural winner was Danny Habets with fellow local Daniel Castle crossing the line first in 2011. Last year was record breaking, with Melbourne teenager Thomas Hynes becoming the youngest winner at 15 years of age and also covering the 10.4km course in the fastest time in the event’s three year history. Women’s 10km winner Nikki Smart, from Lucindale, also set a course record for the women’s 10.4km event. After teenager Monique Ianella had won the first two Blue Lake Fun Run women’s events, Smart was able to not just clinch

her first title last year but also beat Ianella’s mark. It has also become a family challenge with many parents and their children, and in some cases grandparents, joining forces to run or walk the popular event. In its first year, the Blue Lake Fun Run attracted 1000 participant and has topped the 1300 mark in the previous two years. The Rotary Club of Mount Gambier Lakes took over the running of the even last year and is hopeful 2013 will see the best turn out yet. Participants must register prior to the day. A late fee will apply to entries received after November 17 with all entries closing on November 24. The December 1 event kicks off at 8am with participants encouraged to arrive no later than 7.30am to warm up and receive final instructions for the staggered start, that sees the fastest runners heading off first, working its way through to the walkers at the end. Register online or at Bendigo Bank. The 2013 major sponsor is SA Power Networks with any funds raised from the event going to Anxiety Disorder Association South East (ADASE); Junction Mental Health and Junior Sports Scholarship for Disadvantaged Youth. Above (top) - The start of the 2012 10km Blue Lake Fun Run. Above (bottom left) - 2012 winner and race record holder Thomas Hynes, from Melbourne. Thomas is the youngest person to win the main race in its short three year history. Above (bottom centre) - The Dyer family, who have relatives in Mount Gambier, competed in the 2012 run - Caitlin, Sue and Joel.

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Taking care of all your dietary needs In Good Health, which opened its doors in May, might be the new kids on the block as far as dietitian services go but they bring a wealth of experience. Cheryl-Ann Bennett has been working in the region for the past seven years as a dietitian with community health and and Bridget Roberts, who hails from New South Wales, has been in the region for a year. From individual consultations to group session and industry visits, the girls have the expertise to cover a wide range of issues, including diabetes, coeliac disease, food intolerances, weight loss, irritable bowel syndrome, malnutrition, fussy eating, cardiovascular disease and bariatric surgery. Working in paediatrics, geriatrics and everything in between, CherylAnn and Bridget are available to find solutions to suit your needs. Cheryl-Ann completed her dietitian studies at Deakin University in Melbourne. The Adelaide born and bred dietitian then secured her first

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job with Upper South East community health service. Cheryl-Ann has always had an interest in health and believes her upbringing as a vegetarian has given her a sound knowledge of food. And potential clients need not think, Cheryl-Ann advocates only vegetarian solutions. “My husband eats meat and while I follow a vegetarian diet I certainly don’t think that’s the right option for everyone,” Cheryl-Ann said. Initially moving as a short term career plan, Cheryl-Ann and her husband John, who works at the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources as a field officer, now call the South East home and have two children. In Good Health is located at 47

Margaret Street, Mount Gambier and there is no need for a GP referral to secure a consultation with either Cheryl-Ann or Bridget. “We are happy to see anyone about anything,” Cheryl-Ann said, “We often have people come in with their list of questions and sometimes it takes only one consultation to sort through or sometimes it needs a few sessions to see how things progress.” Dietitian services are now covered by most private health insurers and In Good Health can also provide for patients diagnosed with chronic conditions whose GPs have put them on a care plan.


Lamb cutlets with coleslaw 2 tbs Dijon mustard 2 tbs reduced-fat Greek-style yoghurt 1 tbs white wine vinegar 6 cups thinly sliced savoy cabbage (about 1/4 cabbage) 1 green capsicum, thinly sliced 2 spring onions, thinly sliced on the diagonal 2 tsp caraway seeds, toasted 1/3 cup dill sprigs 2 tsp Cajun spice mix 2 tsp olive oil, plus extra to cook 8 lamb cutlets, trimmed of excess fat Method Combine mustard, yoghurt and vinegar in a small bowl. Place the cabbage, capsicum, spring onion, caraway seeds and dill in a large bowl, then add the dressing and toss to combine. Place the spice and oil in a bowl and stir well to combine. Add cutlets and rub all over with the mixture. Lightly oil a large frypan and place over medium heat. When hot, add cutlets in batches, and cook for 3 minutes, turning once for medium-rare, or until cooked to your liking. Serve with coleslaw.

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the future of art Until November 8 VCE Art Exhibition PORTLAND ARTS CENTRE, PORTLAND

Year 12 students from Bayview College, Casterton Secondary College, Heywood & District Secondary College, and Portland Secondary College, exhibit selected work from their VCE folios. As always, much of the work will be of very high quality, exploring a wide range of topics and issues, and utilising a variety of media. The students are also responsible for coordinating the hanging of their work, assisted by both their art teachers and council staff. Free Admission.

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An ancient Hawaiian tradition finds a home by the sea Tracey Livingston has practiced massage for the past 11 years, specialising in Bowen therapy and remedial massage. Based at Port MacDonnell, the experienced practitioner has built her business around catering for the needs of a diverse group of clients. She also offers weight loss classes, including hypnotherapy, which has already produced some amazing results. And after three years of working on the Kahuna massage technique, Tracey is now offering the ancient Hawaiian tradition, which

is a holistic experience, incorporating mind, body and soul. Kahuna massage is a therapeutic massage technique based on the teachings and practices of the ancient Hawaiian Kahunas. Kahuna massage differs from other types of massage therapy in two important respects - the massage technique is very vigorous and rhythmic with the practitioner using his or her fingers, palms, wrists and even their forearms as they move rhythmically around the table. The other difference is the intention and focus of the practitioner

is of paramount importance. They are trained to be totally focused on their client with an attitude of love and compassion. It is a two hour experience and requires specific preparation on behalf of the client due to the intense and focussed nature of the experience. Kahuna massage is said to stimulate the lymphatic, circulatory, respiratory and digestive systems, so may be of therapeutic benefit for a variety of disorders, including irritable bowel syndrome, asthma and headaches amongst others. It is said to be particularly beneficial for a number of emotional problems, including stress; depression; grief and exhaustion. Tracey (pictured left) is offering the Kahuna experience on

Saturdays during summer so places are limited for this life changing experience. During winter, she is kept busy with her commitment as sports trainer for the Port MacDonnell Football Club, which she has been doing for the past eight seasons. Tracey has moved premises and is now situated at 3 Compton Street, Port MacDonnell. Her new premises also suits the Kahuna experience, where clients can relax after their two hour session and sit with a green tea, with an ocean view. Tracey warns clients will need a wind down time after the Kahuna massage. To book in for your Kahuna massage or any of Tracey’s services, call her on 0409 317 765. tter!

time to start getting ready 2014 RELAY FOR LIFE October 28 Public meeting South Aussie Hotel 7pm

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health & well being Feature I TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE

Exercise your mind 1. What has more kilojoules – an apple or a banana?

2. What is the official distance of an Olympic distance marathon? 3. What is a vegan? 4. What three sports did group fitness guru Les Mills compete in?

5. What is the main ingredient of hoummus? 6. Who is the captain of the Hockeyroos? 7. According to the time honoured saying – who do you keep away by consuming an apple a day?

8. What is coeliac disease? 9. What high profile sports company has the slogan – Just Do It? 10. Who was the women’s champion at Wimbledon in 2000? 11. Which combination won the 2013 Australian series of The Biggest Loser? 12. How many cookbooks has Oscar winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow written? 13. Which pink fleshed fruit is a good source of vitamin C? 14. Cairns based Lorna Jane Clarkson, of Lorna Jane fame, was working as a what when she first started designing active wear for women? 15. In what year were the first modern Olympic Games held, under the auspices of the newly formed International Olympic Committee? 16. At what event and in what year did Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt set the 100m world record? 17. What is the chief ingredient of guacamole? 18. How many serves of vegetables are recommended as the optimum daily intake? 19. How many players are in a volleyball team?

20. How many kilojoules equal a calorie? 21. Who is the only Australian woman to win multiple Hawaiian Ironman titles, claiming her second title at this month’s event? 22. Who won the 1995 AFL premiership? 23. What is the main ingredient in satay sauce? 24. What are blueberries one of the best sources of? 25. Who was named Australian Netballer of the Year and who was named the best under 21 player of the year at a recent awards

ceremony following the Malawi test series? 26. In which country were bananas first domesticated? 27. What is sweet potato often referred to as in the United States? 28. What is the largest variety of dried grapes called? 29. Who won the 2011 A League grand final? 30. What is the circumference of Mount Gambier’s Blue Lake, one of the city’s most popular walking and running circuits?

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1. A grade football trophy winners.

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2. A grade netball trophy winners - Lisa Cram (best & Fiarest); coach Amy Cram; Racheal Wilson (runner-up best & fairest) and Brittany McEvoy (coach’s trophy). 3. Under 17 football trophy winners.


4. Under 12 netballers.


5. 15 & under trophy winners - Madeline Hann (coach’s award); Georgia Hunter (best & fairest) and Olivia McEvoy (runner-up best & fairest).


6. A reserve netball trophy winners - Charity Selleck (runner-up best & fairest) and Melissa Ryan (best & fairest). Absent - Lauren Holmes (coach’s trophy).




7. B grade netball trophy winners - Sammi Cummins (runner-up best & fairest); Chlose Somerfield (best & Fairest) and Kelsey Judd (coach’s trophy). 8. 13 & under netball trohpy winners - Hannah Witherow (best & fairest) and Eliza Hunter (runnerup best & fairest).

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9. C grade netball trophy winners - best & fairest and coach’s trophy) and Elysha Collins (runner-up best & fairest). 10. B grade football trophy winners.



11. Football Club person of the Year Graham Gill (left) receiving his award from life member Bruce Davey. 12. Spirit of West Gambier award winner Stacey Fox with Netball Club Person of the Year Jodie Johnston.

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13. 17 & under netball trophy winners - Lisa Cram (coach); Maddie Teakle (best & fairest); Mollie Muhovics (runnerup best & fairest) and Jess Kipping (coach’s award). 14. Under 15 football awards. Photos courtesy of Janelle Hunter. See page 49 for full list of football trophy winners. - 046



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Under 17 football trophy winners - (back row) - Michael Muhovics (coach); Adam Gibbs (runner-up best & fairest); Ryan Rutkwoski (most consistent); Jordan Coombe (best & fairest); Aden Pfitzner (best team man); Colin Beaton; (front row) - Caleb Musgrove (coach’s award); Garrett Ha (leading goal kicker); Ben Stratman (best utility); Mason Hunter (most improved); David Stratman (coach). Absent - Adam Cram (coach’s award); Lawrence Bradley-Brown (most constructive). Under 15 football trophy winners - Ryan Hosking (runner-up best & fairest and leading goal kicker); Nathan Tilley (most constructive); Bryden Wagstaffe (best & fairest); Jackson Lock (best team man); Bronte Aberle (most consistent); Liam Beckman (coach’s award). Absent - Zac Hamilton (most improved) and Kyle Giddings (best utility).

WBFL Bulldogs

now in the hunt for new coach

Disappointment is the overriding emotion East Gambier Football Club president James Kitschke is feeling at the moment, following the shock resignation of high profile coach Phil Carman last Friday. “I was really disappointed,” Kitschke said. “I thought he was the sort of bloke that could make a difference at our club.” Having put so much work into attracting the former VFL star, to be now

approaching November and have no senior coach certainly presents a challenge for leaders at the kennel. “You’ve got to roll with the punches,” Kitschke said. “It will be hard yakka and obviously we thought we had a coach for two years.” Carman, who declined the opportunity to comment on his premature departure from McDonald Park, had signed a two year deal and was only halfway through that commitment. He has returned to Bendigo. Carman had already put in place a training schedule that had East Gambier’s pre-season starting this Thursday - that will go ahead as planned with the leadership group in charge

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and East officials also using the opportunity to speak with the playing group as a whole. “The positive is we have most of our blokes already signed on and we were already pretty focussed on what needs to be done,” Kitschke said. “The disappointing thing for me is I thought he could really make a difference but it was always going to take more than 12 months and I was looking forward to seeing where we were at the end of next season.” Left - Phil Carman (left) and East president James Kitschke, the night Carman’s appointment was announced in 2012.

North Gambier Football Club president Tony Kelly was able to deliver more good news to players, officials and supporters at the club’s 2013 presentation night on Friday when he tempered the news that long standing major sponsor MG Plasterers would be ending their financial association with the club, with the news, Stuckey Electrical, had agreed to come on board as the club’s major sponsor.


Right - Netball president Jo Gibbs, management committee chair David Bruhn; football president Tony Kelly and Stuckey Electrical’s Peter and Wendy Telford.

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Major coup for North Gambier








1. A grade football trophy winners - Scott Flett (best & fairest) and David Nulty (runner-up best & fairest). 2. North Gambier Football and Netball Club won the Norm and Di Facey Champion Club Award - Jo Gibbs (netball president) and Tony Kelly (football president). 3. Paul Keast Memorial Trophy (Club Person of the Year) - Jonathon Bruhn. 4. Reserves football trophy winners - Matt Hensel (best & fairest and player of the finals) and Tom Young (runner-up best & fairest). 5. Reserves football trophy winner - Kyle Kuhn (most consistent). 6. A grade football trophy winners - Nick Mark (most improved); Justin McConnell (leading goal kicker) and Troy Hosking (joint player of the finals). Absent - Richie O’Grady (joint player of the finals). 7. Sam Egan won the Corey Anderson Memorial Trophy (best under 21 player) and was congratulated by Yogi Anderson. 8. A grade football trophy winner - Leigh Symons (best team man). 9. A grade football trophy winners - Michael Quirk (WIP Award); Brock Egan (most consisitent) and Nick


McInerney (best first year player). 10. Andrew Stafford Memorial Award - joint winners Angus Anderson (left) and Declan Kenny(right) with family representative David Stafford. 11. Tom Turner Award - joint winners Sam Bruhn (left) and Mason Engel (right) with family representative Craig Turner. 12. Reserves football trophy winners - Sam Shepherd (most dedicated); Jake Schutz (leading goal kicker) and Jack Gibbs (coach’s trophy). 13. Trainers Award - Sam Egan congratulated by Aiden Barry. 14. Reserves trophy winers - Alex Bowd (best team man) and Jack Walker (most improved). 15. Under 17 football trohpy winners - Awards presented by senior player Tim McInerney (left) - James Hunter (most consisten); Troy Hatt (best & fairest) Matthew McInerney (runner-up best & fairest); Ben Bruhn (best team man); Jordan Mansell (coach’s trophy and player of the finals) and coach Andrew Whan. - 050

C C D I T B D C J G K J A E B H 1 Y N M


Weather wreaks havoc with start of turf matches


North Gambier v West Gambier (reduced to a one day fixture due to unplayable wickets on Saturday - all other games abandoned until this weekend for a Sat/Sun fixture) North Gambier 1st innings (91) M. Johnston c. McRae b. Hosking 5 J. Schutz c. Martin b. Dycer 1 M. Lewis c. DeJong b. Dycer 0 G. Coon lbw Brown 24 M. Silvy c. McRae b. Sargeant 25 D. Silvy c. McRae b. Sargeant 8 T. Hole b. Hosking 2 T. Edwards run out 3 N. McInerney not out 9 T. Young c. Dycer b. DeJong 1 A. Bowd not out 5 Extras 8 Bowling - Dycer 2/10; Hosking 2/14; Sargeant 2/17; DeJong 1/12; Brown 1/16. West Gambier (123) P. Hawthorne c. Hole b. Johnston 13 N. Martin c McInerney b. Johnston 76 N. Easterbrook c. Edwards b. Johnston 7 R. Hosking c. M. Silvy b. Johnston 0 J. McRae c. Edwards b. Johnston 7 J. DeJong b. Johnston 0 B. Stephenson c. Edwards b. McInerney 14 K. Badman b. McInerney 1 D. Sargeant c. Edwards b. McInerney 0 D. Brown c. McInerney 0 S. Dycer not out 0 Extras 7 Bowling - Johnston 6/13; McInerney 4/25 West Gambier won outright by nine wickets


Centrals v West Gambier Centrals 1st innings (138) D. Burston b. Lock 4 I. Hewlett c. Lock b. Geddes 20 T. Kennett b. M. DeJong 17 B. Deamer lbw M. DeJong 0 D. Wright c. Bone b. Geddes 0 C. Hicks c. Brown b. Gill 36 J. Brooks c. Lock b. S. DeJong 11 G. Muhovics c. Bone b. Hosking 27 K. Risely b. Hosking 7 J. Burston b. Geddes 1 A. Horbury not out 1 Extras 15 Bowling - Geddes 3/64; M. DeJong 2/23;

Hosking 2/0; Lock 1/8; Gill 1/27; S. DeJong 1/14 Yahl v North Gambier North Gambier 1st innings (222) M. McInerney c. Lewis b. Feast 53 M. Walmsley-Pace c. & b. Hopgood 75 J. Mehadevan c. Dawe b. Hopgood 26 K. Bowd c. Walters b. Hopgood 5 S. Walters c. Murdoch b. Dawe 18 N. Wilson c. Pick b. Hopgood 7 J. Gibbs c. Close b. Hopgood 0 B. Johnson lbw Dawe 25 S. Habib not out 3 S. Kenny run out (Lewis) 3 D. Kenny c. Close b. Dawe 0 Extras 7 Bowling - Hopgood 5/34; Dawe 3/32; Feast 1/45.


Mil Lel v North Gambier North Gambier 1st innings (141) D. Carraill lbw Greenham T. Gibbs c. & b. Bachmann G. Button run out W. Lewis c. Graney b. Tregoweth S. Fisher c. Graney b. Wirth K. Bowering b. Barker T. Robinson run out M. Walters b. Tregoweth D. Ferguson b. Barker M. Button not out T. Telford b. Barker Extras Bowling - Barker 3/20; Tregoweth 2/53; Greenham 1/24; Bachmann 1/20; Wirth 1/13.

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Yahl 1st innings (9/148) S. Murray b. Quinn 0 N. King run out 11 S. Balshaw b. Quinn 42 S. Creek b. Clausen 3 T. Younghusband b. Thomas 22 T. Bartlett b. Clausen 6 L. Pearce-Raisin b. J. Parsons 0 T. Younghusband not out 37 J. Ransom b. Thomas 3 T. Patzel b. J. Parsons 1 M. Jacquelin b. Simon 3 Extras 10 Bowling - J. Parsons 2/19; Thomas 2/52; Quinn 2/30; Clausen 2/30; Simon 1/5. Yahl won by 17 runs.


West Gambier v East Gambier West Gambier 1st innings (9/89) N. Bone run out 6 J. Geddes c. & B. Vann 4 R. Hosking c. March b. Timms 0 S. DeJong b. March 2 K. McClean b. Wilke 0 L. Gibbs c. Glynn b. Chant 0 B. Walker lbw Rolph 1 A. Boksem c. Williams b. Vann 0 B. Hewson not out 23 M. Telford run out 1 B. Hosking not out 16 Extras 35 Bowling - Cann 2/2; Timms 1/10; Rolph 1/6; Chant 1/5; March 1/3; Wilke 1/5.

South Gambier v Kalangadoo/Kongorong Kalangadoo/Kongorong 1st innings (58) P. Davies b. Richards 6 BUTCHART SHIELD L. Hay c. laube b. J. Capewell 2 Yahl v Centrals S. McManus b. Neshoda 8 Centrals 1st innings (9/131) L. Carlson c. H. Capewell b. Neshoda 3 D. Quinn b. King 5 T. Modra c. Whicker b. Morgan 9 T. Helbig b. Balshaw 2 L. Bottomley b. Mulraney 8 B. Koch c. & b. Balshaw 0 B. Stott c. Richards b. Morgan 14 J. Clausen b. Younghusband 29 K. Marshall not out 0 J. Parsons b. King 57 T. Pelkonen b. Whicker 0 D. Heeseman b. Younghusband 0 Teagan Modra b. Laube 0 J. Simon b. Younghusband 4 Extras 8 A. Reddie b. Younghusband 8 Bowling - Neshoda 2/11; Morgan 2/12; J. Thomas c. Creek b. Younghusband12 J. Capewell 1/4; Whicker 1/1; Laube 1/0; B. Parsons not out 1 Mulraney 1/12; Richards 1/8. Extras 16 Bowling - Younghusband 5/43; Balshaw 2/11; King 2/6.

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Yahl v Mil Lel Mil Lel 1st innings (99) J. Jantosh lbw Backman 0 B. Millhouse run out 0 J. Miller b. Gosling 18 c. Gibbs b. Ambrose-Pearce 12 J. Radley D. Gregory c. Lockwood b. Nankivell 27 M. Reid b. Gosling 11 B. Robinson b. Walters 3 B. Schoenfisch c. Lockwood b. Gosling 3 B. Barker b. Walters 0 A. Whennen c. Lockwood b. Gibbs 0 Extras 25 Bowling - Gosling 3/18; Walters 2/9; Beckman 1/7; Gibbs 1/11; Nankivell 1/12; Ambrose-Pearce 1/20.


Mil Lel/North v Penola Mil Lel/North 1st innings (4/64) C. Bachman not out L. Lewis b. Merrett W. Stafford b. Redford J. Wirth b. Foggo H. Boksem lbw D. Pfitzner not out T. McManus not out Extras Bowling - Merrett 1/13; Redford 1/15; Foggo 1/11.


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Mil Lel Gold v South Gambier Mil Lel Gold 1st innings (5/76) A. Dethmore run out 2 W. Thompson not out 8 M. Thompson c. Davies b. Maloney 11 C. Dinnison b. Hanel 1 J. Nattrass not out 2 E. Firth not out 1 T. Dinnison b. Ferguson 0 B. Dethmore b. Kuhl 0 D. Hann not out 1 Extras 49 Bowling - Maloney 1/5; Kuhl 1/7; Ferguson 1/8.

Inter on top of the world Mount Gambier based soccer club International has gone one better than its 2012 effort, taking out the final of the Interstate Club Challenge in Adelaide on Sunday. Taking on division one amateur league club North Perth United, International made the running all day, leading 2-0 early thanks to the individual brilliance of Sam Bueti, before the West Australian side bounced back with a vengeance to tie things up by the half. Coach Tony D’Agostino said the superior physicality of the Perth team was proving a concern. “I just told our boys they had to get more physical, nothing dirty, just holding their ground, making a contest and coming out with the ball,” D’Agostino said. “I knew if we played our best we could beat them and I just wanted the boys to play with that confidence.” It was Inter that again stole an early lead when Christian Cella, who was arguably the most consistent performer across the match, found the back of the net. North Perth again equalised when a long ball took the Inter defence by surprise and United was able to chip an easy shot over the keeper. A converted penalty by Matt Weistra restored the lead before Matt Bueti endeed the North Perth resistance when he scored with 10 minutes to play. Given the momentum swings in the contest, that was still an eternity and the cool head of veteran Dave Galloway and the tenacity of Ricky McRobert and Nick Morony in the back half was outstanding. The match highlighted not just the standard of the International Soccer Club representatives but the Western Border Soccer League, given North Perth United dominated its division one competition to win nine points clear. It was David and Goliath battle that will see more silverware heading to Casadio Park. The history making International squad, headed by long standing coach D’Agostino, included Norton Fuller, Will Circelli, Brayden Nunan, Rashidi Edward, Patrick Arratia, Sam Bueti, Nick Morony, Christian Cella, Matthew Bueti, Alex Sims, Dave Galloway, Matthew Morony, Ricky McRobert, Matthew Weistra, Matt Martin and Brayden May.

season celebrated in style at Tigerland

Lines on fire in early going of sprintcar season



04. 1. A grade netball trophy winners - Meg gazzard (runner-up best & fairest) and Amanda O’Shaughnessy (best & fairest). 2. Sue Suidebottom Perpetual Trophy (most valued contributor to netball club) - Jo Gibbs. 3. A reserve netbasll trophy winners - Stacy Chapman (runner-up best & fairest) and Christie McCourt (best & fairest).




4. Alf Donovan Award (most disciplined team) - A reserve. 5. B grade netball trophy winners - Catherine Ayles (runner-up best & fairest); coach Jordana Allen and Alycia Close (best & fairest). 6. C grade netball trophy winners - Ashleigh Pietsch (runner-up best & fairest); coach Hannah Whelan; coach Anne Stephenson and Tarsh Bosko (best & fairest). - 051

Mount Gambier driver Steve Lines continued his outstanding form of the 2013/14 sprintcar season with a strong victory in the Avalon Invitational on Saturday night, bringing home the $10,000 winner’s purse. The Geelong success adds to what has been a stellar start for the talented driver, who will again be the region’s driver to watch in the upcoming World Series Sprintcar Championship. The weekend before that, Lines took out Bill Wigzell Battle at Murray Bridge for the second consecutive year and prior to that won both nights of a Toowoomba event. He started the season with a second placing on night one of racing in Mackay and was leading with eight laps to go on night two before the motor gave out. Lines has the Adelaide Masters this weekend before having a rare weekend off ahead of the November 16 season opener at his home track - the Borderline Speedway.


the greens

Shane Pudney (Naracoorte RSL)

Naracoorte RSL skipper Wayne Prentice

Bill Bremner (Mount Gambier)

Mount Gambier skipper Bernie Shepherd

Ron Brighton (Naracoorte RSL)

Darren Male (Naracoorte RSL)


Brad Errock (Mount Gambier)

Lower South East Bowls Association results Men’s pennant Division one Port MacDonnell 65/16 d Naracoorte 52/0; Millicent 85/16 d Mount Gambier Blue 67/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 87/16 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 47/0; Naracoorte RSL 72/9 d Mount Gambier Red 72/7. Division two Millicent 74/14 d Kalangadoo 65/2; Port MacDonnell 90/14 d Mount Gambier 69/2; Kingston 68/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 78/2; Robe 75/14 d Penola 67/2. Division three Naracoorte RSL 74/14 d Millicent Blue 58/2; Frances 78/14 d Millicent Red 76/2; Kingston 70/9 d Mount Gambier RSL 70/7; Lucindale 65/12 d Naracoorte 60/14. Division four Naracoorte 71/14 d Port MacDonnell 61/2; Millicent 87/16 d Lucindale 47/0; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 87/15 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 65/1; Mount Gambier 82/16 d Beachport 65/0. Division five (North) Robe 53/12 d Naracoorte RSL 42/2; Kingston 89/14 d Frances 20. Division five (South) Penola 51/12 d Kalangadoo 50/2; Mount Gambier 47/14 d Port MacDonnell 34/0; Millicent 63/12 d Mount Gambier RSL 25/2.


Ladies pennant Division one Millicent 51/13 d Naracoorte 33/1; Mount Gambier 57/14 d Port MacDonnell 33/0; Kalangadoo 40/14 d Kingston 37/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 60/14 d Mount Gambeir RSL Blue 30/0. Division two Mount Gambier 54/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 43/0; Port MacDonnell 66/14 d Kingston 30/0; Millicent Red 53/12 d Penola 42/2; Lucindale 60/12 d Millicent Blue 56/2. Division three Beachport 56/14 d Robe 39/0; Naracoorte RSL 66/12 d Mount Gambier RSL 39/2; Port MacDonnell forfeited to

Millicent. Open Gender Bowls Millicent Red 49/12 d Port MacDonnell Red 46/ 2; Mount Gambeir 51/12 d Port MacDonnell Blue 48/2; Millicent Green 34/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 17/0; Millicent Blue 35/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 28/0.

South East Croquet Association pennant at Mount Gambier Croquet Club. Penola 2 games 49 hoops lt to Naracoorte 2, 53. Doubles: A. Kilsby/L. Hunter 11 lt E. Dunstan/K. McCourt 12; L. Reilly/L.

Hunter 8 lt C. Mulraney/K. McCourt 20. Singles: L. Reilly 15 d C. Mulraney 7; A. Kilsby 15 d E. Dunstan 14.

Above (top) - Ian Von Stanke puts everything into this bowl during division one pennant action at the weekend. Above (bottom) - Graham Dent looks to draw a shot during division one pennant bowls action at the weekend at the Mount Gambier Bowls Club.

all about the hoops

Aussie Croquet Challenge Millicent Pink 2 Wins 127 hoops lt Mount Gambier Blue 4 Wins 147 hoops. Game 1: Rosie Pounsett/ Sue Prosser 15 lt Sue Jolley/Wendy McDonald 26; Helen Hutchesson/ Lorraine Bowering 26 d

Shirley Laslett/Janette Page 22. Game 2: Rosie Pounsett/Helen Hutchesson 21 lt Sue Jolley/Shirley Laslett 26; Lorraine Bowering/Sue Prosser 23 lt Wendy McDonald/Janette Page 26. Game 3: Rosie Pounsett/Lorraine

Bowering 26 d Sue Jolley/ Janette Page 21; Sue Prosser/Helen Hutchesson 16 lt Wendy McDonald/ Shirley Laslett 26. Millicent White 3 Wins 137 hoops lt Mount Gambier Red 3 Wins 141 hoops. Game 1: Margo Johnston/Sue

Hateley 26 d Marilyn Bishop/Sandra Edlington 21; Trena Pedlar/Brenda Trotter 26 d Des Laslett/ Anne Cotton 22. Game 2: Molly Dittmar/ Trena Pedlar 17 lt Marilyn Bishop/Des Laslett 26; Sue Hateley/Brenda

Trotter 26 d Sandra Edlington/Anne Cotton 22. Game 3: Molly Dittmar/Brenda Trotter 21 lt Marilyn Bishop/ Anne Cotton 24; Sue Hateley/Trena Pedlar 21 lt Sandra Edlington/Des Laslett 26.

MOUNT GAMBIER SOFTBALL LEAGUE ROUND TWO RESULTS A/B Grade Demons A 16 (M. Breen, C. Manning, G. Kemp 3; C. Selleck 2; B. Scott, A, Breen, M. Martlew, S. Nieuwenhuizen, C. Selleck) d Concordes ); Warriors Under 17 16 (E. McClintock, J. Burston, T. Wilsmore 3; T. King, G. Hood, M. Hann, I. Walker 2; A. Hood) d Demons B 1 (F. Treacey, K. Millard, B. Scott); Warriors A 9 (E. McClintock, F. Walker 3; G. Hood 2; T. Moretti, A. Lovekin, T. Koop) d Concordes A 2 (E. Hart, S. Brown). C Grade Warriors 14 (G. Hood, J. Burston 3; M. Hann 2; I. Walker, T. Wilsmore, N. Domaschenz) d Demons 2 (K. Millard 2; J. Merrett, K. Cawthorne, C. Burford); Concrodes 8 (N. Saunders, T. Jones 3; K. Griffiths, A. Winkley 2; T. Kennett, E. Lawson, E. Wearne). Under 13 Demons 12 d Warriors 8. - 052

Millicent forfeited to Mount Gambier.

SOUTH EAST COAST BASKETBALL LEAGUE RESULTS Men Panthers 64 (T. Brown 22; D. Brown, M. Mott 8) d Cougars 58 (K. deWit, T. Phillips 17; B. Tremelling 10); Wizards 79 (M. Sutton 36; C. Mason 15; M. Parslow 9) d Bulldogs 71 (S. Berkefeld 25; J. Ferguson-Lane 18; M. Berkefeld 15); Roos 73 (J. Nobes 30; L. Blicavs 27; M. Markiewicz 11) d Millicent 63 (C. Saint 21; C. Gallio 13; B. Wilson 10). Women Cougars 61 (M. Russell 21; G. Green 20; C. Horrigan 7) d Panthers 47 (B. Walters 24; K. ockwood 11; A. Close 8); Roos forfeited to Millicent.



TENNIS Another

Mount Gambier and District Tennis Association results A1 West Gambier 9-94 d Uniting Church 3-62 Men’s singles: R. Bushell ost to S. Tomkins 6-9; M. Jolley d I. Hopes 9-6; F. Kacirek d D. Mathews 9-3; C. Ambrose-Pearce d D. Tomkins 9-4. Women’s singles: W. Cook d C. Walker 9-2; K. Cornolo d K. Mitchell 9-4; J. Sealey d V. Maxwell 9-1; A. Suva d J. Oldfield 9-3. Men’s doubles: Bushell/ Jolley d Tmkins/Hopes 9-7; Kacirek/Ambrose-Pearce d Tomins/Mathews 9-5. Women’s doubles: Cook/ Cornolo lost to Walker/ Mitchell 0-9; Sealey/Suva lost to Maxwell/Oldfield 7-9. Above - Glencoe’s Dylan Childs. Below (top) - Gambier;s Paul Griffin. Below (bottom) - Glencoe’s Chloe Watson.

week of plenty of tight battles

Mount Gambier 9-96 d Glencoe 3-54 Men’s singles: P. Griffin d D. Childs 9-1; A. Van Den Hurk d B. Mitchell 9-3; E. Cook d H. Lenehan 9-7; B. Egan d A. Hughes 9-0. Women’s singles: H. Heemskerk d A. Edwards 9-1; R. Cameron lost to L Edwards 5-9; H. kentish d C. Watson 9-7; G. Hinge lost to M. Watson 5-9. Men’s doubles: Griffin/Van Den Hurk d Childs/Mitchell 9-1; Egan/Cook d Lenehan/ Huges 9-2. Women’s doubles: Heemskerk/ Cameron d Edwards/ Edwards 9-5; Kentish/Hinge lost to Watson/Watson 5-9. . A2 Reidy Park 9-90 d West Gambier 8-77 Men’s singles: S. Dunn lost to J. Higgins 3-6; D. Aston lost to M. Stutley 3-6; T. Snell d L. Charlton 6-2; W. Scheidl d E. Brown 6-1. Women’s singles: O. McEvoy d S. Edwards 6-0; T. Megaw lost to K. Wright 6-7; J. McCormack ost to E. Ballintyne 5-7; A. Bullock

lost to E. Beames 4-6. Men’s doubles: Dunn/Aston d Higgins/Charlton 6-1, 5-7, 7-6; Snell/Scheidl d Charlton/ Brown 6-4, 6-2. Women’s doubles: McEvoy/Megaw lost to Edwards/Wright 6-7, 2-6; McCormack/Bullcok d Ballintyne/Beames 7-6, 6-3. Gambier Blue 11-92 d Glencoe 8-87 Men’s singles: R. Attiwill d T. Biggins 6-2; C. Nisbet lost to C. Childs 3-6; I. Robertson lost to T. Clasohm 2-6; B. Ferguson d S. Auld 6-4. Women’s singles: C. McKinnon d S. Edwards 6-3; M. Attiwill d K. Finnis 6-3; A. Hancock lost to E. Hurley 0-6; B. McKinnon lost to S. Kasparian 2-6. Men’s doubles: Attiwill/Nisbet d Biggins/Childs 6-3, 3-6, 7-6; Robertson/Ferguson lost to Clasohm/Auld 4-6, 6-3, 6-7. Women’s doubles: McKinnon/Attiwill d Edards/Finnis 6-2, 6-2; Hancock/McKinnon d Hurley/ Kasparian 4-6, 6-4, 7-6. Gambier Green 11-84 d Centrals 6-64 Men’s singles: T. Roach lost to M. Heemskerk 206; G. Kentish d H. Stevens 6-0; G. Jones d J. Milligan 6-1; T. Driver d S. Hamilton 6-4. Women’s singles: J. Carey lost to N. Rutkowski 2-6; T. Speck lost to A. Marshall 3-6; R. Laslett lost to T. Rutkowski 1-6; L. Burston d L. McKenzie 6-2. Men’s doubles: Roach/Kentish d Heemskerk/Stevens 7-6, 6-3; Jones/Driver d Milligan/ Hamilton 6-2, 6-0. Women’s doubles: Carey/Speck lost to Rutkowski/Marshall 7-5, 2-6, 7-6; Laslett/Burston d Rutkowski/Hamilton 6-0, 6-4. A3 West Gambier 9-70 d Mil Lel 7-66 Men’s singles: S. Cook d M. Robinson 6-4; E. Schultz d B. Douglas 6-0; T. Dolan d D. Lynn 6-3; P. Wilkinson d Z. Pearson 6-3. Women’s singles: G. Ballintyne lost to P. Bruorton 3-6; I. Slattery lost to S. MacDonald 4-6; L. Turley lost to J. Ellery 0-6; C. Lewis d M. Dickins 6-2. Men’s doubles: Cook/Dolan d Robinson/Douglas 6-4, 6-3; Wilkinson/Wlkinson d MacDonald/Pearson 6-2, 6-3. Women’s doubles: Ballintyen/Slattery lost to Bruorton/Dougals 4-6, 1-6; Turley/Lewis lost to MacDonald/Dickins 3-6, 1-6. Mount Gambier 12-90 d Mount Schank 5-68 Men’s singles: D. Ferguson d J. Ralston 6-3; T. Hart d A. Waye 6-3; R. Nicholson lost to D. Cole 4-6; D. Moretti d

J. Warwick 6-0. Women’s singles: G. Ferguson d D. Lewis 6-2; A. Venning d A. McKinnon 7-5; K. Griffin d S. Waye 6-3; R. Nicholson lost to E. Cole 0-6. Men’s doubles: Ferguson/Nicholson d Ralston/Waye 6-2, 6-4; Hart/Moretti d Cole/Inglis 6-2, 6-2. Women’s doubles: Ferguson/Venning lost to Lewis/McKinnon 5-7, 4-6; Griffin/Nicholson d Cole/ Waye 7-5, 2-6, 7-6. Tarpeena 11-84 d Glencoe 7-79 Men’s singles: J. Irving lost to J. henderson 0-6; P. Mansell lost to P. Mitchell 2-6; A. Terry lost to C. Cleggett 1-6; J. Wallace d W. Hann 6-2. Women’s singles: J. Pitt d T. Guerin 6-1; L. Irving lost to C. Meyer 7-5; N. Pit d A. Childs 6-2.; B. Neill lost to V. Harvey 2-6. Men’s doubles: Irving/Mansell d henderson/Mitchell 3-6, 6-4, 7-6; Wallace/Terry d Cleggett/Hann 6-4, 3-6, 7-6. Women’s doubles: Irving/Pitt d Guerin/Meyer 6-4, 6-2; Neill/Pitt d Childs/Harvey 6-4, 6-3. B1 Moorak 8-61 d Centrals 4-41 Men’s singles: T. Pettingill d P. McKenzie 6-3; C. Tully d C. Adams 6-1; P. Kenny d J. Milligan 6-3. Women’s singles: J. Little d D. Pycroft 6-3; S. Saffin lost to A. Manser 5-7; W Lunsman lost to E. Greenfield 1-6. Men’s doubles: Pettingill/ Tully d Adams/Milligan 6-1; Pettingill/Kenny d McKenzie/ Milligan 6-3; Tully/Kenny d Adams/Milligan 6-3. Women’s doubles: Little/ Saffin lost to Manser/Pycroft 3-6; Saffin/Lunsmann d Manser/Greenfield 6-0; Little/Lunsmann lost to Pycroft/Greenfield 4-6. Below - Gambier’s Helen Kentish. Saints United/Reidy Park 7-56 d Suttontown 5-38 Men’s singles: J. Radley lost to I. Czaban 4-6; J.

Wewer lost to S. Bain 2-6; T. Saunders d N. Hurling 6-0. Women’s singles: B. Stark ost to T. Doyle 1-6; K. O’Neil d R. Hart 6-0; C. Weir d K. Prinze 6-0. Men’s doubles: Radley/Wewer lost to Czaban/Bain 4-6; Wewer/Saunders d Bain/ Hurling 6-2; Radley/Sauders d Bain/Hurling 6-2. Women’s doubles: Stark/O’Neil lost to Doyle/Hart 3-6; O’Neil/Weir d Hart/Prinz 6-0; Weir/Stark d Doyle/Prinz 6-2. Mount Gambier 7-60 d Reidy Park 5-53 Men’s singles: J. Lopriore d G. Edwards 7-5; A. McGregor d K. Edwards 7-5. Women’s singles: C. Egan lost to R. Williams 5-7; M. McBain lost to B. Young 2-6; M. Colbert d E. Edwards 6-1. Men’s doubles: Lopriore/ Mcgregor d Edwards/ Edwards 6-4. Women’s doubles: Egan/McBain lost to Williams’Young 4-6; McBain/Colbert d Young/ Edwards 6-2; Egan/Colbert d Edwards/Williams 6-1. B2 Uniting Church 10-69 d Mount Schank 2-39 Men’s singles: T. Crowe d T. Nisbet 7-5; B. Budarick d M. Samuel 6-3; I. Sanderson d J. Williams 6-2. Women’s singles: S. Stokes lost to V. Haskett 5-7; S. Murray lost to A. Chesson 2-6. Men’s doubles: Browe/Budarick d Nidbet/Samuel 7-5; Buderick/Sanderson d Samuel/Williams 6-3; Crowe/ Sanderson d Nisbet/Williams 6-2. Women’s doubles: Stokes/Murray d Haskett/ Chesson 6-0. West Gambier 7-56 d Mount Gambier 5-48 Men’s singles: J. Wright lost to R. Stafford 0-6; T. Nieuwerkerk d R. Moretti 6-2; M. Nieuwerkerk d B. Fisher 6-1. Women’s singles: K. Beames d J. Rayner 7-5; J. Nieuwerkerk d B. Maduro 6-1; R. Debrenne lost to L. Burston 6-7. Men’s doubles: Nieuwerkerk/Wright lsot to Stafford/Moretti 0-6; Nieuwerkerk/Nieuwerkerk - 053

d Moretti/Fisher 6-0; Nieuwerkerk/Wright d Stafford/Fisher 7-5. Women’s doubles: Nieuwerkerk/ Bweames d Rayner/Maduro 6-3; Debrenne/Nieuwerkerk lost to Maduro/Burston 3-6; Beames/Debrenne lost to Rayner/Burston 3-6. Above (top) - Glencoe’s Hugh Lenehan. Above (bottom) Gambier’s Eddie Cook. Tarpeena 8-67 d Centrals 4-46 Men’s singles: S. Hurling d S. Harrison 6-3; A. Smith d R. Harris 7-5; A. Duff lost to S. Ruth 4-6. Women’s singles: C. Tana d M. Schulz 6-2; T. Martin lost to K. Carraill 5-7; J. Flamank d S. Gilbertson 6-0. men’s doubles: Smith/ Hurling d Harrison/Harris 6-1; Smith/Duff lost to Harris/Ruth 3-6; Duff/Hurling lost to Harrison/Ruth 5-7. Women’s doubles: Tana/Martin d Schulz/Carraill 6-1; Martin/ Flamank d Carraill/Gilberston

7-5; Tana/Flamank d Schulz/ Gilbertson 6-3. Mil Lel Yellow 8-61 d Moorak 4-42 Men’s singles: C. Hoggan d B. Saffin 6-0; J. Sparks lost to I. Heenan 3-6; C. Baker d S. Sabot 6-3. Women’s singles: R. Layley d A. Reilly 6-3; D. Anderson lost to M. Suto 4-6; S. Jantosh lost to N. Dicenso 0-6. Men’s doubles: Hoggan/Sparks d Saffin/Heenan 6-3; Sparks/Baker d Heenan/ Sabot 6-2; Hoggan/Baker d Saffin/Sabot 6-1. Women’s doubles: Layley/Anderson d Reilly/Suto 6-1; Anderson/ Jantosh d Suto/Dicenso 6-4; Layley/Jantosh lost to Dicenso/Reilly 6-7. Ladies doubles Saints Black 6-36 d West Gambier 0-4; East Gambier 3-31 d Allendale East 3-27; Glencoe won on forfeit from Uniting Red; Saitns Red 6-36 d SuttontownGreen 0-7; Uniting White 5-34 d Suttontown Blue 1-23

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1. A grade trophy winners - Matt Weistra (runner-up best & fairest) and Alex Sims (best & fairest). 2. Hall of Fame inductee - Tony Agostinelli 3. Luigi Michielan Memorial Junior Player of the Year Award - Dino Michielan presents to Tom Weedon. 4. Reserves best & fairest - Brayden Nunan. Absent - Karim Bilali (runner-up best & fairest). 5. Reserves trophy winners - Anthony Pham (most consistent ) and Patrick Arratia (best team person). Absent - Robert Cevallos (coach’s award) and Sam Dunn (coach’s award). 6. A grade trophy winners - Williams Circelli (coach’s award); Christian Cella (best team person); Matt Bueti (mosdt consistent); Tom Weedon (most improved) and Nick Morony (coach’s award). 7. Bert Dimuccio Memorial Junior Encouragement Award - Robert Dimuccio presents to Bailey Johnston. 8. Player of the Year - Brayden May 9. Under 14 trophy winners - Nichoals Henderson (coach’s award)’ Matthew Heesmans (best team person); Calen Sheedy (most consistent) and Jackson Dowie (most improved). 10. Under 10 and under 8 trophy winners - Tashen Sharma (under 10 coach’s award) and Brad Cowling (under 8 coach’s award). 11. Under 12 trophy winner - Justin Nattrass (best team person). Absent - Tyler Michielan (most consistent) and Beau Nunan (coach’s award). 12. Under 12 trophy winners - Calen Sheedy (runner-up best & fairest) and Bailey Johnston (best & fairest). 13. Under 14 trophy winner - Georgie Peate (runner-up best & fairest). 14. Reserves trophy winner - Matt Martin (most imprveod). 15. Clem Michielan Memorial Club Person of the Year - Mauro Rossi. 16. Under 17 trophy winner - Tom Weedon (best & fairest). 17. Under 17 trophy winners - Sam Dunn and Christyan Galluccio (joint runner-up best &fairest). Absent - Mark Tiller (most improved); Lachlan Charlton (most consistent); Adam Mann (best team person); Shannon Tuffnell (coach’s award) and Matt Morony (coach’s award). 18. Under 12 trophy winner - Emerson Marks (most improved). 19. Under 14 trophy winner - Mason Mc Donald (best & fairest). Photos courtesy of Kylie and David Altorfer.


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SCOTTS UTE AND LAWNS SERVICE, Lawn mowing and line trimming from $30. Trees and bushes trimmed. Greenwaste or junk removal. Garage or shed cleanouts. Pick up and delivery service. Small pressure washing jobs. Vegie gardens rotary hoed. Holiday service available. Public liability insured, for an obligation free quote phone or text Scott on 0438 752 300. OL - 505 ------------------------------------------


COLLECTORMANIAC - Buying and selling rare ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES including Militaria, Kitchenalia, Tin & Diecast toys, Live steam Toys, Garagenalia, Enamel & Tin signs, Vintage electrical, Pottery, Porcelain and Jewellery. Open everyday 12-4pm, 4.5km south of the Blue lake, 21684 Riddoch Highway (Bay Road). Look for signs situated on right at the former “Hills Blue Lake Plant Nursery�. Ph 08 8726 8340, email, facebook page Collectormaniac for map. 505 -----------------------------------------JAYCO 2011 DISCOVERY 17.55, TV, Carpet, HWS, Full Annexe, suit new buyer, Reg 4/ 14, $32,000. Ph: 0412 172 028 OL - 506 ------------------------------------------


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PLATTERS for all occasions including business luncheons & functions, wakes etc. Hot, cold, savoury & sweet. Pick up or delivery (fee applies) Shepherdson Road Deli 08 8725 3701. 512 ------------------------------------------


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FOR PROBLEM septics, leachfields, greasetraps and drains, Use FLUSH-IT(R) and let nature do the work. Ph 1300 657 570 or 03 5158 1248. W ----------------------------------------MICHAEL’S WINDOWS. Professional service. All windows, all areas. Book now to get your windows cleaned before Christmas Phone: 0434 463 975 OL-506 ------------------------------------------


MAKE-A-WISH INAUGURAL GOLF DAY, Sunday 10th November at Attamurra Golf Course. $20 pp. Phone Maxine 0418 838 930 or Julia 0438 468 073. OL - 505 -----------------------------------------


STAR DRESSING ROOM - Wide range of quality hire costumes for men & women. Noon - 7pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. 23014 Bay Road (Riddoch Highway). Outskirts of Allendale East approaching from Mount Gambier. 0438 466 342. On Facebook. 508 ------------------------------------------


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PJ’S SPIT ROAST HIRE - For Hire - Superior Deluxe Spit Roaster. From $120. www.pjss Ph 0417 899 660. F ------------------------------------------

“The Western Tavern is committed to ensuring responsible service and promotion of alcohol & gambling in our venue�

$9.90 MEALS EVERY DAY - 12.00 - 2.00pm & 6.00 8.00pm. In Sportsbar and now available in bistro. Monthly beer & premix specials. 178 Jubilee Highway West, Mount Gambier. Ph 08 8723 1200. 508 ------------------------------------------

FOR HIRE - Turn your next event into a wood fired pizza party! Catering and Hire packages available now for the holidays. Ph: 0431 067 247. OL - 504 ------------------------------------------


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CURIOS & COLLECTABLES Wanted Military, Aboriginal, coins, farm, garage, silver, ivory, fishing, watches, jewellery, toys. Anything small considered. Ph (08) 8738 4351. 503 -----------------------------------------DISCOUNTED EXHAUST SYSTEMS to suit most vehicles. Ph 08 8724 9273. W -----------------------------------------E-Z-GO ELECTRIC GOLF CAR Near new batteries, charger, registered tilt trailer, cover. In excellent condition. $7995.00 ONO. Ph: 0410 988 937OL-509 -----------------------------------------PRE-LOVED CLOTHING, Anglican Church Hall Bay Rd. Thursdays 10am - 4pm. Winter Clean-Out. Ready for Summer. We supply the large Bag, fill it up with clothes for $6 from outer tables including hall racks OL-504 ------------------------------------------


Waste Transport & Recycling

BIN IT - Free drop off disposal of All metals, Vehicle batteries & White Goods. Not accepted, televisions, computers, fluro globes, office equipement, fridges or freezers. Air conditioner De-Gas fee $22. Monday - Friday 7.45am - 12.15pm & 1.30pm - 3.30pm. Ph. 08 87248121. 235 Lake Tce East, Mt Gambier. ------------------------------------------


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$295, 1 x 3 hour class weekly over 3 weeks Call 8723 6337 for bookings or enquiries

Phone 08 8725 7582 16 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier

CLEARING SALE Saturday, November 9 at 9:30am At 875 Casterton / Naracoorte Road, Dunrobin

MECHANICAL: 1999 Toyota Landcruiser 83,994kms 12-2013, complete with stock crake: John Deere L110 automatic ride-on mower: Electric drill press: Wisconsin saw bench: 6 Cylinder Ford engine generator - 240 volt: Electric Hiachi hi speed cut-off machine: Honda Whipper Snipper: Mobile welding plant with V4 Wisconsin engine: Nova 3000 wood lath: GMC electric table saw:GMC 800w 205mm mitre saw: Electric garden shredder: Shinaiwa 577 chain saw - 20� bar: 8� Electric heavy duty grinder: Qty electric drills: Large qty tools and timber.

Quality Service, Quality Prints

For all your printing, camera & accessories needs 11A James Street, Mount Gambier | 08 8725 4010

HOUSE HOLD ITEMS: Simpson Enduro 502 washing machine: Kelvinator Deep Freeze: Westinghouse auto defrost fridge: Qty books: Qty sundries.

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POLL DORSET RAMS 20 11/2 & 21/2 years. Excellent breeding stock, $200 each. Ph: Barry 8725 0085 504 ------------------------------------------


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DREAM JOB VACANCIES, The Millicent Gymnastics Club is seeking coaches for 2014 & beyond. Coaches are needed for Kindergym, Recreation classes & Competition classes. The successful applicant/s may choose to coach one or several different classes. The gym is fully equipped & is a permanently set up gymnastics club. Days & hours of coaching are flexible & wages are to be negotiated. Contact President Ben 0400 551 251, or Sam 0402 257 158. 505 ------------------------------------------

ATTENTION!! THE SNACK BAR Compton Street. Open Saturdays! From 0900-1300 hours. Starting Pageant Day!OL-506 ------------------------------------------


NOW STOCKING - Extreme Kayaks, limited offer only $399. Includes seat & paddle. Ph 08 8726 5200 or visit 349 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier. W ------------------------------------------


WEDDINGS YOUR WAY - Ph Elizabeth Lill CMC 08 8738 7275 for marriage and other ceremonies. 508 -----------------------------------------CEREMONIES TO SUIT YOU Anywhere in the South East. Ph Shayne McLean CMC 0457 168 324. 508 ------------------------------------------


1982 YAMAHA 250 ROADBIKE Not registered, has papers. Goes well. Needs new battery. Suitable for L’s. $850.00 firm. Ph: 8726 8131 OL-504 -----------------------------------------YAMAHA XVS1100 CLASSIC Cruiser 3/08, 28,900km. Screen, saddlebags, GPS, Reg. NICK00. $9,000 ONO Ph: 0428 622 019. Due to heath reason. OL-511 ------------------------------------------


HOLDEN BARINA TM May 2012, 5 Speed Manual 5D Hatch, One Owner, Female Driver, Immaculate Condition, Rear Sensors, Warranty Expires 2017, 15,300km, S313AYE, Blue, $12,990 O.N.O., Rego 13th Nov 2013, Phone/text: 0466 936 451OL-504 -----------------------------------------HYUNDAI EXEL, Auto, VG Condition, Tyres, CD Player, Economical, WTB-825. $1,600 O.N.O. Ph: 0419 010 538. OL-504 -----------------------------------------TOYOTA ASCENT SEDAN, Auto, 2003 model. One owner, excellent condition. $6500.00 Phone: 0428 838 962 OL-506 -----------------------------------------XW XY ZC ZD FALCONS, Fairmonts, Fairlanes wanted to wreck or restore. Complete cars or parts, private buyer. Ph 0409 838 048. W-LINC ------------------------------------------


Gorman’s Real Estate Agency

Peter W. Gorman

POULTRY PAVILION, Showgrounds Pick Avenue, Mount Gambier, Sunday 3rd November. Paultry, waterfowl & layers catered for. Entry $1 per bid. Entries close Wednesday 30th October. All entires & enquiries to 08 8725 3343. Everyone welcome. W-504 ------------------------------------------

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METALCYCLE, buying all types of scrap metal, locally owned, bins and pick up service available. 19 Avey Rd, Mt Gambier. Ph: 8723 2523. OL-506 -----------------------------------------PAUL’S LAWN MOWING SERVICE Cheap Rates! Free Quotes Honest & Reliable Pensioner Discount Local Mount Gambier Area Call Paul 0437 812 115. -----------------------------------------SE Battery Service Pty Ltd South East Mobility Equipment South East Sustainable Energy Call into your licorice all sorts store We have it all! 120 Penola Road, Mount Gambier Ph 08 8725 9911 W ------------------------------------------


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STAR DRESSING ROOM - Stylish garments for men and women you can buy or hire. Noon - 7pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. 23014 Bay Road (Riddoch Highway). Outskirts of Allendale East approaching from Mount Gambier. 0438 466 342. On Facebook. 508 ------------------------------------------



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LOOKING FOR BRICKWORK - Brick, stone & paving work wanted. Small or large jobs. Will travel. BLD 231035. Ph 0418 838 684. 509 -----------------------------------------

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ADMISSION $20 - Gives Entry to 5 beau ful gardens in the Dartmoor District. Also available - Devonshire morning & a ernoon tea. Light luncheon, plant stall, raffle, vintage car display & music.

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OPEN 7 DAYS | 12A James Street, Mt Gambier


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2013 Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Sunday, 11.00pm (Live) Join Alan Jones, Greg Rust and Daryl Beattie wth all the racing action from the Yas Marina Circuit in Abi Dhabi.


The Crown Prince Couple’s Awards Friday, 8.40pm For the first time in its history, the Crown Prince Couple’s Award Show will take place outside Denmark as the Royal couple will participate in a Danish-Australian celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Sydney Opera House.


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