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Tears for fears and new love By Mike Hast WRITING his autobiography was a gruelling experience for 77-year-old Ronnie Carroll. Recalling events during the Second World War and the devastating effects they had on his family brought him to tears as he laboured away in his little writing room for four years. He nearly gave up writing several times. Certainly his wife Rosemary was worried when she brought him a cup of tea and found him weeping at his desk. But he pushed on with his “warts and all� story and publication of Luck of the Irish in March has put a spring in his step. Bad memories have been confronted and reconciled, demons have been exorcised and Carroll’s story has a happy ending. He is one of four children born to Irish parents. Mary was born in 1934, Noel in 1935, Ronnie in 1936 and Clare in 1937. On the eve of the Second World War, Jim and Bridie Carroll decided to emigrate to England to escape grinding poverty in Ireland. The title of his book is ironic as the Carrolls arrived just days after war had been declared. They had no idea this was about to occur. “My mother nearly fainted when she was told England had declared war on Germany,� Carroll told The News during a visit to his Mornington home. “We’d spent our last penny on getting to England and then father joined up and went off to war.� German air raids soon became a daily occurrence and the government ordered that more than three million children and invalid adults be evacuated from London and sent to safer parts of the country. Children were sent to live with strangers. There was no checking on the suitability of hosts. In his book, Carroll states the evacuation of children “was a monstrous thing to do� and ruined many young lives. He says Mary was molested by the father in the first home they were sent to. Carroll lived in three homes during the war. He said the bad experiences of his siblings led to them having dys-

Labour of distress – and love: Mornington author Ronnie Carroll with his autobiography Luck of the Irish. Picture: Yanni functional later lives. “All three became alcoholics. Mary became a nurse and married a wealthy husband, who physically abused her. They had five children who were split up when the marriage disintegrated. She suffered from severe rheumatoid arthritis for almost 30 years and died aged 60 in a nursing home. “Noel served in the Royal Marines and in Africa with the British South African Police. Back in the UK he struggled to find his place in life and used alcohol as a prop. In later years he developed a perforated pancreas, severe diabetes, a brain tumour and dementia. He died in early 2006 aged 72. “Clare suffered the most from the war years,� he said. “She was starved of love, care and good example. She died at age 50 after marrying seven

times including a shotgun marriage to an American serviceman when she was a pregnant teenager.� Carroll says his luck break was being sent to choir school at Westminster Cathedral at age nine after it was discovered he had perfect pitch. After school he joined the army and in his early 20s landed a job with the Conservative Party’s central office as a press officer. Carroll married Jennifer Neal in 1960 and the couple had two boys and two girls Later he worked as a salesman in the food industry, rising through the ranks and eventually starting his own successful commodity broking business. Three years after selling his business and retiring at age 67, Carroll lost his wife to cancer and was devastated: “I

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Awards for school, stables, restaurant By Mike Hast THREE historic Mornington buildings have won gongs at this year’s Mornington Peninsula Heritage Awards. The event was held on Friday evening in Mornington Park Pavilion, which won an award last year. The primary school’s 1878 original building was recognised in the “Restoration of a heritage place” category. Currawong Community Centre’s renovated stables, once part of Tanti Farm, won in the “Creative reuse of a heritage place” section. Counting House restaurant on the Esplanade near the old post office was recognised in the same category. The restaurant is the former State Savings Bank, built by J C Caldwell in picturesque Swiss chalet style in 1912. The original bank vault, pressed metal ceilings and fireplaces remain. The primary school in Vale St opened in 1878 and was then known as Schnapper Point State School No. 567. Restoration work has taken five years. Principal Silvio Vitale wrote in a recent newsletter: “The building really looks a treat and this nomination will go some way in its future maintenance as a building of local significance.” Mornington MP David Morris went in to bat for the school in mid-2009 when in Opposition. He tabled a petition signed by more than 200 staff and parents of pupils calling on the then Labor government to “Make adequate funds available to cover the entire cost of roof repairs, and make a plan for the renovation and restoration of this historical building.”

Mornington and District Historical Society nominated the school and Currawong Centre. Derek Smith of the society said the school renovation had been done “in a sensitive fashion thus retaining the school’s heritage”. “Even though the school doesn’t have a heritage overlay, an oversight in the original heritage study, this should be rectified in the new study, which comes to council in the near future.” The stables building at Currawong Community Centre was reopened last August. At the opening, Cr Bev Colomb said the shire’s $587,000 restoration “preserves the building’s heritage links to Tanti Farm”. “The building is an important local heritage place. It was part of Grigg’s Tanti Sheep Farm from 1937 to 1956 but started as a pastoral run settlement in 1841. She said renovation included the use of recycled timber flooring and old corrugated iron roofing. The centre is used by U3A Mornington, Alcoholics Anonymous, New Peninsula Jigsaw and New Peninsula Baptist Church and Mornington Christian Church. This was the third heritage awards, a joint venture of Mornington Peninsula Shire and the National Trust. Twenty-two awards were presented by Cr Colomb and Julie Del Pra, of the National Trust Victorian chapter. Award winners Restoration of a heritage place: Mornington Primary School, Mornington.

Creative place: Members of Mornington’s University of the Third Age art class in the renovated stables at Currawong Community Centre, which won an award in the “Creative reuse of a heritage place” category last Friday. Picture: Yanni

Limestone dwelling Sylvan Park, Sorrento. Creative reuse of a heritage place: Counting House Restaurant, Mornington. Currawong Community Centre, Mornington. Merricks House, 3460 FrankstonFlinders Rd, Merricks. Sustainability/greening of a heritage place: Friends of Williams Road Beach, Mt Eliza. Vermin-proof fence, creating sanctuary habitat, The Briars Park, Mt Martha. Excellence in heritage interpretation: Crib Point RSL, Crib Point Memorial. Friends of Collins Settlement Centre, historic site signs.

Settlement Action Group, Sullivan Bay interpretative signs. Excellence in heritage conservation: Private house, 5 Wellington St, Mornington. Private house, 200 Ocean Beach Rd, Sorrento. Professional and heritage trade skills: Bruce McComb, stonemason – Sylvan Park. Mick James, stonemason – Sylvan Park. Jarrod Ruch and Kevin Gibson – The Briars Park, Mt Martha, verminproof fence. Tim Dobson, plumber, roof restoration at Bimblehurst, Rye. Aaron Wilson, carpenter, roof restoration at Bimblehurst, Rye Environmental Restorations Pty

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Emergency leads the digital way FRANKSTON Hospital’s emergency department is the first in Australia to introduce digital e-prescribing and medication management. The hospital is also one of the first health services in Australia to use the National E-Health Transition Authority’s standardised Australian medicines terminology (AMT). The information system uses technology to implement electronic medication management and e-prescribing facilities in the emergency department. It also allows patient information, medications and pharmacy needs to be streamlined into one process.

“The introduction of this new technology means that prescribing is now much more streamlined and eliminates the need for hand written scripts,” clinical director of emergency medicine Dr Helen Hewitt said. “The use of electronic drug charts will enable clinical staff to easily read patient’s medication histories in a much clearer and a more functional format.” Dr Hewitt said clinicians and pharmacists could access and record patient information “at the touch of a button”. The technology was accessible at every bedside with the 39 electronic

devices which included washable keyboard and barcode scanners. The emergency department also had 23 portable workstations equipped with barcode scanners to read identification wristbands. Emergency nurse Queenie Menchavez says the e-prescribing system had made a big difference. “It’s a lot easier now to access and administer patient medications. Everything is simpler to use and only requires a few touches of a button rather than a pile of paperwork.” Frankston is one of three health services in the state trialling the system.

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MP ‘relaxed’ over budget lack By Mike Hast MORNINGTON MP David Morris says he is relaxed about his electorate receiving nothing in the recent state budget. “The budget doesn’t reflect my commitment to the electorate,” he said. Mr Morris spoke to The News after announcing the next stage of reconstruction of Mornington pier – a $1.5 million contract to install wave screens on the upgraded middle section of the pier (“Pier wave screens in June”, The News, 21/5/13). He said the electorate and peninsula region had done well over the past two years. Last May the state government promised up to $15 million to rebuild the outer, 75-metre section of the pier. Work is expected to start in August. Mr Morris said there was money for CCTV in Mt Eliza and Mt Martha shopping centres. “The money has been available since late 2011 but there have been geographic difficulties with communications and the cameras have to be mounted on private buildings so it is taking time to sort this out,” he said. The long-awaited pedestrian crossing at Mt Martha was switched on at Christmas in 2011, he said. The government’s $30 billion public transport plan unveiled in late March proposed electrification of the Frankston train line to Baxter. “I’ve been lobbying and talking about this for 20 years,” he said.

Car swap meet FANS of ageing vehicles will be out looking for a bargain, or a missing part, at the Mornington Peninsula Historical Vehicles Club’s 40th annual swap meet. The swap meet will have memorabilia and new and used parts for veteran, vintage and classic cars and motorcycles. Sellers can buy sites for $10 and $20 while intending buyers will be charged a $3 entry fee. The swap meet runs 8am-midday on Sunday 16 June on the rear car park at Karingal Shopping centre, Frankston-Cranbourne Rd, Karingal (Melway 103 C5). Details: Len Butcher, 5979 1232 or Wayne McPherson, 9787 3268.

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Let good times roll: Mornington MP David Morris, right, with then Ports Minister now Premier Denis Napthine at Mornington last May when the government announced up to $15 million for reconstruction of Mornington’s iconic pier. Picture: Yanni

Government agency Public Transport Victoria said the Baxter line would be electrified and doubled to allow the construction of stabling yards for 30 trains and a maintenance facility by 2028. By 2033, the Frankston rail line will be known as the Baxter-Craigieburn line and bypass Flinders St station, PTV said. Mr Morris said there had been money

for Volunteer Marine Rescue in Mornington ($211,000 in January towards a rescue boat) and Mornington Racing Club ($325,000 for sewage and waste disposal with the club tipping in an equal amount). In the 7 May state budget, South East Water received $718,000 to continue expanding the sewage network in Mornington electorate, he said. There had been $75 million for

Frankston Hospital in recent years including $24 million being spent this year on extending the hospital and redeveloping the emergency department. The $759 million Peninsula Link freeway was opened in January, there was $110 million over four years for the Port of Hastings expansion and $100 million over four years to upgrade the Frankston rail line, Mr Morris said.

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Population up 30,000 in next 20 years By Toni Brient MORNINGTON Peninsula’s population is expected to increase by more than 30,000 people in the next two decades and almost half will be retired people. Immediate initiatives in the Mornington Peninsula Shire’s proposed 2013-14 budget, released in midMay, will contribute to a number of long-term plans to accommodate the growth. The shire’s corporate planning manager, Niall McDonagh, said the budget responds to key elements in the draft strategic plan, also released this month. “The strategic plan sits over everything,” he said. “While it doesn’t set out the details of the budget, it sets out the parameters.” The shire’s strategic planning manager, Allan Cowley, said each shire department contributed to budget planning. “All departments have ongoing programs and ideas. We all suggest potential projects but the council has to decide priorities. “Essentially the budget reflects this.” Mr McDonagh said the Plan Peninsula community consultation meetings in 2012 contributed significantly to the development of the draft strategic plan and budget. Growth and population forecasts were an important factor for both documents, he said. “We have to make sure we are planning for where we are going to get those increases.”

Council has considered a range of figures from census data collected by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. According to the data, the current population of the peninsula was estimated at 152,981. It is predicted this will grow to 185,702 by 2031. The over-60s age group is expected to grow by more than 15,000 by 2031. Mr Cowley said the first impact of an ageing population was a demand for aged care facilities. “We’re getting more retirement village developments in Mornington, which is consistent with current demands,” he said. Mr Cowley said demographic profiling enabled the shire to provide appropriate services for the public. “That’s something we coordinate with social planning services.

“We need to see how different towns already stack up for access to services.” The strategic plan key goals to “improve community facilities” and promote “healthy, safe and connected communities” highlight the shire’s age-specific and family initiatives. Mr Cowley said housing development was a major project for the shire in the coming year. He said the shire had received input from the state government on housing initiatives such as the Southern Regional Housing Statement, which would ensure development occurred in the right areas. “We need to accommodate projected growth over the period to 2030,” Mr Cowley said. “It’s a question of whether [housing] is matching up with the changing

population and age profile.” Current projections estimate significant growth will occur in the Mornington, Moorooduc and Tuerong areas, with 2289 new dwellings expected by 2031. The Rosebud, Rosebud West, McCrae, Boneo, Fingal and Cape Schanck areas would have an estimated 16,240 dwellings by 2031. Mr Cowley said growth areas need to be considered individually. “We often say it’s not a ‘one size fits all’. The shire has a very strong commitment to [maintaining] urban growth boundaries.” He said growth and development in peninsula townships must occur in line with individual qualities and natural landscape. “We don’t necessarily use the phrase

‘urban design’ because it implies urban and suburban development,” he said. “We’re trying to look at each town and establish what’s important to its character.” The strategic plan’s “Liveable Peninsula” goal aims to protect and promote region-specific development that recognises local heritage and landscape. “Enhancing public places and spaces” and “improving community facilities” were strategic plan goals that aimed to provide services and amenities accessible to all residents. The shire invites public submissions on the draft strategic plan and proposed budget, both of which are available on its website, mornpen.vic.gov.au

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helipad and his generosity had not been forgotten. The courtyard’s central feature is a sculpture with a piece of the original helipad and a replica helicopter with a plaque honouring Mr Ellis. The replica helicopter was donated by Frankston Men’s Shed whose members spent six months hand-carving it from a piece of driftwood that washed up from Western Port. Theatre technician Jason Walker and his team built the courtyard in their own time, managing to keep the project a secret from Mrs Ellis up until the unveiling. “The beauty of the theatre courtyard project is that it came about exactly the same way as Gary’s original project – the community helping the community,” Frankston Hospital executive director Brendon Gardner said.

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‘Fammo’ boxing statue project revived By Mike Hast THE Johnny Famechon statue project is being revived by the Australian National Boxing Hall of Fame. Hall of Fame president Brett McCormick met Frankston MP Geoff Shaw earlier this month to seek his support. Mr McCormick was accompanied by Johnny Famechon statue committee members Rob McCarthy, Gary Luscombe and Arnold Thomas as well as the man himself, world boxing champion Johnny Famechon, who now prefers to be called John. “Fammo” lives in Frankston with his wife Glenys. The champ achieved worldwide fame after his epic title fights with Fighting Harada of Japan. Born in France in 1945, Fammo has called Frankston home since 1970. He has been actively involved in the community, including helping police run the Frankston Blue Light Boxing Club for young people. He became WBC Featherweight World Champion in 1969 after defeating Cuban Jose Legra on points at the Albert Hall in London. He twice defended his crown against Fighting Harada during brutal battles. With a career record of 56 wins (20 by KO), six draws and five losses, Fammo was inducted into the World Boxing Hall of Fame in Los Angeles in 1997 and the Frankston Hall of Fame in 2008. The life-sized bronze statue was first proposed in early 2011 when Rob McCarthy and Sydney sculptor Stephen Glassborow offered Frankston Council

the $150,000 statue free of charge. The project lapsed when a report from council officers said it would cost $45,000 to erect “Fammo” at the preferred site in Ballam Park. Councillors decided not to spend more than $10,000. The cost was based on what Baw Baw Shire paid to erect the Glassborow statue of Lionel Rose in his home town of Warragul, which included a granite base (or plinth) and extensive landscaping. Other Stephen Glassborow statues include legendary cyclist Sir Hubert Opperman in Rochester, Victoria, and champion footballer John Coleman in Hastings. The Famechon statue will be paid for by the sale of 15 maquettes, or statuettes, of the original for $12,000 each. The statue cost has risen to $180,000 since 2011. The statue committee aims to raise the money over the next 12 months by selling maquettes, replicas of the plaque that will be displayed at the base of the statue and at a fundraising dinner next month. Fammo was badly injured when hit by a car while jogging in Sydney in 1991, sustaining horrific injuries. In 1993 he started a radical and demanding rehabilitation program to improve his acquired brain injury. After three months he took his first steps. He now walks with the help of a walking stick and his speech and memory have improved. At his Frankston home, Fammo works out for several hours every day

Still fighting: John Famechon, left, works out with Ron Smith at the Centre for Lifelong Health and Fitness in Mt Eliza in 2011.

to keep his body going. He has also trained with exercise coaches and swims two or three times a week. In June 1997, Fammo walked down the aisle at his wedding to long-time

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Reality a bonus to actor’s sketch By Keith Platt ORGANISERS of a gambling awareness forum got more than they bargained for when they hired actor Steve Bastoni to do a sketch. “They got the real deal; it’s something I fell pretty strongly about,” he says. Bastoni, who lives in Rosebud with his wife Bianca and their three young children, knows all about gambling addiction: “When I reached 16 I started working professionally as an actor and started making some real money, which all went into the machines.” The sketch he wrote and performed for Responsible Gambling Awareness Week (20-26 May) at the Seawinds Community Hub in Rosebud, was drawn from his own experiences. It involved him playing a man at a pokie machine. A machine that the gambler feeds and talks to. A machine that takes his cash, forcing him to lie to his wife. Recording sound effects for the sketch forced Bastoni to again feed a machine. Against all odds, the $5 it cost to get the sounds that see gamblers respond like Pavlov’s dogs almost magically earned him $100. Instead of being re-fed into the machine the “winnings” have been donated to charity. After Wednesday’s sketch, Bastoni gave the audience a frank account of his past gambling addiction. He says gambling is regarded as a quintessential Australian pastime. “A good old punt” is something that goes with a few beers. Two-up on Anzac Day is “about as good as it gets … unless you happen to be a gambling addict”. Bastoni gambled as a youngster, graduating from pinball machines to pokies by the time he was 14. In those days he was frequenting cafes in Carlton and recalls seeing a man losing his car on a $20-a-hit machine. Success in acting brought him a taste of fame and money. “I remember having huge fights with my agents, who couldn’t understand why I needed money so soon after I had been paid,” he told the Hub audience. “In retrospect, I can see that they were trying to look after me but at the time I saw it as a gross invasion of privacy and an unwanted threat to my independence. “I was a pretty wild kid at 16 and was in a hurry to be an adult and demanded to be treated as such, especially because I was earning twice as much as my mum’s paltry wage as a teacher. “But for me gambling wasn’t about the money, it was about escape.” Bastoni’s burgeoning career saw him move to Sydney. “I was partying pretty hard at this time.” That was on the outside, the real Steve Bastoni was “desperately unhappy and lost … I was living a nightmare”. Problems caused by gambling “disappeared” while Bastoni played the machines. At night in bed “the images and music of the machine burned in my mind”. Playing the pokies was not about winning cash, the addiction was the actual playing of

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the machine. His biggest win, $12,000, was lost within a day. “It was nothing for me to lose a few thousand dollars in under an hour.” Bastoni says he hasn’t gambled in more than four years and despite the losses believes people should have the freedom to do what they want with their money. He says the images and music of pokie machines are designed to mesmerise. “These are all techniques used in hypnosis to capture the subconscious mind.” He admits addicts lose the “freedom” he so strongly defends and feels “deeply for those who are enslaved by the disease of addiction to gambling or any other substance”. Bastoni ends his talk with the conundrum faced by a society that sustains itself on losses. “Pokies generate huge amounts of money for the clubs that have them and even more tax dollars to our state governments, but the damage they do to our communities is immeasurable.”

STEVE Bastoni is a familiar face on the small and big screen. An actor since his teens, Bastoni has been in sitcoms (Neighbours), dramas (Police Rescue, Stingers, Wildside, Underbelly) and features (Matrix2) and most recently in the surf-based Drift. It seems more often than not that his characters are bad boys, villains or cops. He cheerfully admits “spending a lot of time in Kings Cross” gave him a good insight into how to act the part, from both sides: “same guys, different hats” “It’s fun to step into others’ shoes,” he says. “But in real life I wouldn’t be like that.” In Drift he plays a bikie gang leader threatening the stability and viability of a struggling family business. The film has had mixed reviews and Bastoni says it “doesn’t need a flashy story with such a great surfing background”. The six weeks he spent filming Drift on location at Margaret River in Western Australia enabled him to indulge his own love for surfing as well as taking his family there for a while. Bastoni lives in Rosebud with his wife Bianca and their children, aged five, three and 10 months, and runs the Peninsula Acting School. He is also the mainstay behind the annual Peninsula Short Film Festival, scheduled for 1 February next year. He has an agent in Sydney and sees the obligatory auditions as “not my favourite thing in the world”. His next role is playing a United States army colonel in The Half Dead, an action sci-fi feature being made by his friend producer director Tim Boyle. After that, he will be an ex-cop in a road warrior thriller set in Adelaide. “I’ll be a husband, a good guy.” Bastoni also offers his services to several social awareness causes, including Lifeline and White Ribbon. Last week he acted out a self-penned sketch to raise awareness of problem gambling.

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Council no to Tyabb Airfield noise law

On tour: Networking at the renamed and renovated former Peninsula Centre in Frankston are, from left, Carol Ward and Deb Seitz of Tout Gallery and Mikaela Keysers and Cameron Taylor of The Boathouse Restaurant and Crackerjack Waterfront Cafe.

Networking on high ONCE a source of ridicule, the revamped and renovated former Peninsula Centre now represents the long-awaited resurgence of Frankston. Renamed Peninsula on the Bay, the most noticeable of the city’s buildings along Nepean Highway now houses Frankston on the Bay hotel-style accommodation run by Quest Studios as well as Asian Pacific’s serviced offices.

Last week Quest hosted a Frankston Tourism networking night in the 10-storey building, taking 65 guests on a tour of its facilities, including 82 studio apartments, gymnasium, terrace garden and conference room. The tourism group holds bi-monthly networking nights. Details: tourism@frankston.vic.gov.au

By Mike Hast SHIRE councillors have rejected introducing a noise control law for Tyabb Airfield. At Mornington Peninsula Shire’s council meeting, nine of the 11 councillors voted to reject a proposal to adopt Environment Protection Authority noise control guidelines as part of the shire’s Local Laws, which were revised last year. The move has angered and disappointed Tyabb and District Ratepayers, which is likely to take the matter further. The council instead agreed to take up “the offer from Airservices Australia and Australian Mayoral Aviation Council to work through the issues” and called for yet another report. A spokesman for Tyabb ratepayers said the group, with support of many residents, had been trying to get a noise law for about eight years. “Tyabb Airfield operates in a regulatory void where federal bodies such as Civil Aviation Safety Authority and Airservices Australia have no coverage,” he said. “This has been confirmed by successive federal transport ministers. “The responsibility for noise at Tyabb lies with the EPA and the shire council. “Casey Council has EPA-based noise laws for Tooradin airfield and Yarra Ranges Shire has laws for Lilydale and Coldstream airfields.” He said the EPA “effectively controls aircraft noise from ground maintenance and has done so on a couple of occasions at Tyabb” but it did not cover noise of aircraft in flight. “In May, council officers reported to councillors that they had written to various federal agencies and the EPA and were confident of their recommendation to incorporate the whole EPA guideline including aircraft and helicopters into the Local Law. “Councillors chose to ignore the advice of officers and take up some vague offer from Air-

services Australia. Thousands of Tyabb residents have been sacrificed yet again at the altar of a few members of Peninsula Aero Club.” Leading the move to reject the law were Cerberus Ward’s David Garnock and the mayor, Lynn Bowden, whose ward covers the airfield. Cr Garnock said he wondered why the council was getting involved. “If we bring in this law it will just muddy the waters,” he said. Both said there were enough organisations to control airfield noise. Cr Graham Pittock, a former member of Peninsula Aero Club who once owned an ultralight, said he was against the law. Controlling airfield and aircraft noise was the job of CASA, Airservices Australia and the EPA, he said. “It’s a ridiculous law; our compliance department is overworked.” Cr Bev Colomb said several councillors were asking questions from a letter prepared by Peninsula Aero Club, which owns Tyabb Airfield and had vigorously lobbied against noise laws. “We’ve been looking at this issue for a long time and the aero club and lots of other people have been involved. We have a responsibility to the airport and residents. It’s important residents know where they stand.” The shire’s manager of environment and community safety, Claire Smith, said a noise law would help council officers deal with allegations. Her colleague Mark Upton said the EPA, the Department of Infrastructure and Transport, and Airservices Australia all supported having local council laws for control of airfield noise. The shire had a properly calibrated noise meter that could be used to investigate complaints, he said. Cr Garnock asked if the airfield [operator] might appeal against a council decision on fines for noise and win, which might be potentially embarrassing.

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“Fear God & Keep His Commandments, for this is the whole duty of man. For God will bring every deed into judgement, including every hidden thing, whether it is good or evil”. (Eccl 11:13+14 Bible). What is the fear of God? Does that mean He just lives to punish all us sinners? NO NO NO, in fact the opposite. It’s by having a healthy reverence & fear of God that we come into receiving from Him all that we need & desperately want in our lives. Love, Joy, peace, freedom, forgiveness, healing & strength. In fact life itself....to it’s fullest experience & satisfaction. God is doing His outmost to lead us & offer us the right advice & direction. It’s us who are self centred, deceitful & untrue & ungodly in our ways....Then we have the nerve to blame God for the outcome & consequences of our ways, attitudes & wrong decisions. God want’s to free us from our own driving destructive force within us & the very nature of mankind. He knows that if we live to please ourselves & not take notice & obey His commandments & advice to us, then we will destroy ourselves in this life & also pay the very dear price in the life to come. God sent His son Jesus into the world to pay the price for us & through His sacrifice we are offered freedom, atonement & pardon. However we need to believe & receive that free gift of God’s forgiveness & salvation. We need to acknowledge our sins & change our ways to please & serve Him in obedience to what He knows is right for us. Namely, love one another, as this covers all God’s commandments. And most of all, love Him! His great loving heart toward us offers us a way that is right, & the benefits are for eternity.God is just, fair & holy. He requires us to be also. Isn’t it time? Come to God!

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A WONDERFUL mix of indoor and outdoor living, coupled with a superb location just moments from the beach, and a gorgeous garden graced with tranquil reflection ponds and a sparkling in-ground pool all make this property the perfect home for those who love to entertain. The four-bedroom home has a separate study and a tranquil formal lounge and dining room that enjoy the warmth and ambiance of a Coonara wood heater. A central family zone has as the centrepiece a striking kitchen with a lovely sitting area with picture windows thst bring the delights of the outdoors right to you. In the master bedroom is a dressing room with vanity, plus built-in robes and an ensuite. Set behind automatic gates with a secure keypad entry, this spell-binding property is conveniently located close to a fine selection of schools and the popular shops and cafes of Mount Eliza village. Stake you claim in this fabulous locale, where the spoils of beachside living are yours for the taking.

Address: 11 Isis Place, HASTINGS Price: $495,000 Agency: Baywest Somerville, 10 Dalton Drive, Tyabb, 5977 9660 Agent: Gary Barnes, 0412 347 233

Address: 44 Koornalla Crescent, MOUNT ELIZA Price: $850,000 plus Agency: Community Real Estate, 7/20-22 Ranelagh Drive, Mount Eliza, 9708 8667 Agent: James Crowder, 0407 813 377

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$275,000

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11 Isis Place, Inspect Saturday 11-11.30am

MODERN FAMILY REQUIRED

â&#x20AC;˘All prices now reduced on these two and three bedroom units priced from $275,000 to $330,000 â&#x20AC;˘Your Choice - which one do you like â&#x20AC;˘Huge rear yard on units 2 & 3 â&#x20AC;˘Inspect today you will be very surprised

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This very well-presented home is positioned on a large block and LQVLGHLVDVSDFLRXVĂ RRUSODQLQFOXGLQJIRXUEHGURRPV PDLQZLWK FES), open-plan family area incorporating the kitchen, a timber GHFNHGDOIUHVFRDUHDZLWKRSHQĂ&#x20AC;UHSODFHRYHUORRNLQJDVHFXUHODQGscaped backyard. Other features include GDH, evaporative cooling and a double garage with remote and rear door access to backyard.

Agent: Gary Barnes 0412 347 233

Agent: Gary Barnes 0412 347 233

Agent: Gary Barnes 0412 347 233

Somerville

$550,000 - $575,000

Mount Martha

$630,000 Neg

2 Oak Court, Inspect Saturday 1-1.30pm

OLDE WORLD APPEAL Character family home set in a quiet court on a large lot of approx. 1000m2. Formal lounge / dining with high ceilings, Coonara and GDH, spacious kitchen - meals area, family room and 4 large bedrooms, full ensuite, claw foot bath, many extras. Outside: Mature setting, ext brick paving, rustic outbuildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s plus a double garage and a seperate near new workshop. A Must To Inspect

Agent: Gary Barnes 0412 347 233

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Mornington

$740,000 - $795,000

9 Venice Street, Inspect Monday to Friday 1-1.30pm

CONSTRUCTION COMMENCED TWO SOLD - ONLY TWO LEFT!

VOGUE LIVING ON VENICE

Young executive couples, this lifestyle opportunity awaits you! Three bedrooms, ensuite, double garage. Modern design with instant appeal and great position. Still time to save on stamp duty if you act now!

Luxury new upmarket townhouses located only 500m to the sparkling blue water. Measuring over 22.14 Sqs of living plus four bedrooms, VWXG\WRLOHWVGRXEOHJDUDJHDQGDQH[FHSWLRQDOĂ&#x20AC;WRXWDQGĂ&#x20AC;QLVK these townhouses are big and bursting with quality. Nearing Completion - Only 3 remain - ACT NOW!

Agent: Gary Barnes 0412 347 233

Agent: Gary Barnes 0412 347 233


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LOVE THIS HOME

Sails and sunsets FROM the luxurious upstairs living area an enticing vista of sparkling blue water awaits the new owner of this trendy beachside townhouse. Situated close to Fishermanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s beach, this townhouse features floating timber floors and a delightful window seat which is the best place to watch the action out on the water and soak up the autumn sun. The modern kitchen has stone benchtops, a five-burner stove, twin-drawer dishwasher and a fitted stainless-steel refrigerator. The master bedroom with ensuite is also upstairs. Two more bedrooms and a study downstairs provide a few extra options depending on your needs and there is second bathroom and separate laundry. A large double garage has workshop space and opens onto a courtyard and alfresco entertaining area. Adding an eco-friendly aspect to the property are solar panels and water tanks.

Address: 20a Mitchell Street, MORNINGTON Price: $690,000 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; $735,000 Agency: Jacobs & Lowe, 220 Main Street, Mornington, 5976 5906 Agent: Vivienne Spencer, 0409 558 330

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3 TUSKAR PLACE, CARRUM DOWNS

CAREFREE AND CONVENIENT Move straight in and enjoy this delightful 3BR home offering the affordability, VSDFHDQGFRQYHQLHQFHD\RXQJIDPLO\QHHGV6SDUNOLQJOLJKWÂżOOHGOLYLQJ spaces and easy care landscaping, plus a most important position, just walking distance from Carrum Downs Plaza, primary and secondary schools. A wide frontage with lawns provides a good street appeal, the home has a style that will VXLWWUDGLWLRQDORUPRGHUQIXUQLVKLQJVDQGIHDWXUHVVWDLQHGĂ&#x20AC;RDWLQJWLPEHUĂ&#x20AC;RRUV a well-equipped kitchen with s/steel dishwasher, wall oven and cooktop. A family bathroom and ensuite have tall windows for plenty of natural light. There is a parents lounge, family room and a dining area adjoining the kitchen. AUCTION:

Saturday 1st June at 11am

TERMS:

10% deposit, balance 60 days

PRICE GUIDE: $320,000-$350,000

9708 8667

INSPECT:

Saturday 10.30-11.00am

CONTACT:

James Crowder 0407 813 377 or Deb Ketting-Olivier 0403 554 955

Shop 7 / 20-22 Ranelagh Drive MOUNT ELIZA www.communityrealestate.com.au

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CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT PHONE: 5979 3555 2100 Frankston-Flinders Road, Hastings

HOME PORT

www.century21hastings.com.au PRICE REDUCTION!

PRICE REDUCED!

BITTERN 17 Skinner Street

1

3

6

HASTINGS 10 Merlebah Court

3

2

4

Well located home with new carpet in all bedrooms and lounge room with modern blinds throughout.

Huge 992m allotment with access to the large secure backyard. The formal lounge with vaulted

Complete new renovation on bathroom with double shower, spa bath and vanity. Outside boasts a

ceilings is situated at the front of the home, the vaulted ceiling continues through to the informal

large, high colorbond workshop with power and concrete floor, plus a large mezzanine floor for extra

family meals area which is situated at the rear of the home. There is an alfresco under roofline that

storage and high carport under same roofline. A further outdoor feature is the covered entertaining

can be accessed from the informal area. Outside boasts a sealed driveway, double carport and

area, with wood heater and built in bar. Contact Exclusive Agent. PRICE: $369,000 VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

ample shedding at rear. Potential to sub divide S.T.C.A. Contact Exclusive Agent. PRICE: Offers Over $350,000 VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

DREAM HOME!

ONLY 1 LEFT!

4

HASTINGS 6 Windrest Place

2

2

1

BITTERN 2/110 Dunlop Road

Privately located in an exclusive waterside pocket, this beautiful 2.5 year old home features 4 separate

Vacant Land in prime location. Situated in a quiet cul de sac this 468sqm block won’t last. With all

living zones including an open plan kitchen/meals/family zone, formal lounge, theatre room + informal

services provided and only a short stroll to the new Bittern Fields Village this is a rare opportunity to

living area. Boasting a fabulous outdoor undercover alfresco area that overlooks the solar heated salt

build your dream home. Be quick won’t last! Contact Exclusive Agent.

chlorinated pool. Other features include duct heating & vacuum, Caesar stone benchtops & 5 year builder’s warranty. Contact Exclusive Agent. PRICE: $545,000 Plus VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Chris Watt 0417 588 321

PRICE: $165,000 VIEW: Go See! AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

ARE YOU SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER? EARN IN EXCESS OF $100,000 We are seeking two mature sales representatives who live locally and have a well-established social network to join our busy, long-established office in Hastings. We offer top facilities and conditions including the best training in the industry, uniform, use of company vehicle during business hours, your own private office and the best technology in the industry through Century 21, the most successful name in real estate worldwide with over 7000 offices in 73 countries. You will need to be a team player and will establish and operate your business within our business, supported by our principal with over 30 years experience which means there is no limit to your ability to generate significant income.

Email or phone Chris Watt on chrisfwatt@century21.com.au or mobile 0417 588 321 for a confidential discussion.

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CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT PHONE: 5979 3555 2100 Frankston-Flinders Road, Hastings

HOME PORT

www.century21hastings.com.au CHEAPER THAN RENT!

BUILDER’S AUCTION

CRIB POINT 11 Austin Court

1

3

4

Light filled, perfectly presented open plan living home features newly built kitchen with all modern appliances, new gas wall furnace, hot water unit and r/cycle air-con. Featuring lovely exposed beams and lime wash timber ceilings which create a lovely cosy country feel to the home in living and meals area. Outside boasts a large and very high double carport with access to workshop at rear, plus water tanks, cubby house and vegetable gardens. Contact Exclusive Agent. PRICE: $335,000 VIEW: Saturday 1:00-1:30pm AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

“MEANDER INN”

GRAND OPENING - HILLTOP GROVE HASTINGS 14 Hilltop Rise

1

4

2

FOR SALE NOW OR BY AUCTION.

2

Situated on approx 672sqm corner allotment, this well presented very affordable BV with hardiplank

completely renovated throughout! Featuring two living zones, large kitchen with all modern appliances, ducted heating and split system air-con. Also boasting larger than usual bedrooms with built-in robes, a double carport and north facing decked outdoor entertaining area on a manageable

facade home features 2 bedrooms with B.I.R’s, r/cycle air-con & gas log fire in lounge area; plus timber kitchen with gas chef stove. Outside boasts single carport, 2 x garden sheds, variety of fruit trees, vegetable patch and paved BBQ area. Contact Exclusive Agent.

block of approx. 500m2. Terms 10% Deposit/Balance 30 or 60 days. Vacant Possession. AUCTION Saturday, June 1st 2013 at 11:30am On-Site. VIEW Saturday 11:00-11:30am AGENT Chris Watt 0417 588 321

PRICE: $285,000 VIEW: Saturday 12:30-1:00pm AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

12 ACRES IN BITTERN

BITTERN 101 Myers Road

1

2

CRIB POINT 86 Lorimer Street

Situated in a quiet court location, this very affordable as-new 4/5 bedroom home has been

KARI PARK ON 1 ACRE

2

4

8

2

5

HASTINGS 225 Hendersons Road

4

A highly desirable lifestyle or horse property where the country meets the coast, this 4.86ha (12

Located on the edge of town on approx. 4316m2, this property offers the lifestyle we all dream of! The

acres) prime holding offers a comfortable 4 bedroom, brick veneer family home, featuring an

home features 5 bedrooms with BIR’s; Huge master suite has ensuite, WIR & a nursery. Outdoors

abundance of shedding and storage plus master bedroom with ensuite & spa, formal and informal

offers a lovely paved BBQ area, extra large double garage under roofline plus multiple shedding. The

living areas and large kitchen. Contact Exclusive Agent.

land is just over 1 acre, lightly treed with mature gums and a pretty fernery. Contact Exclusive Agent.

AUCTION Saturday June 29th 2013, 2:30pm on site VIEW Saturday & Sunday 2:00-2:30pm AGENT Wilma Green 0407 833 996

PRICE: Over $600,000 VIEW: Saturday 2:00-2:30pm AGENT: Chris Watt 0417 588 321

BELLBIRD PARK

BITTERN 17 Wellington Road

LOVELY LIFESTYLE

4

2

6

8

BITTERN 18 Daly Street

4

8

1

Well presented ranch style home on 2 ½ acres will tick all the boxes. The home is well appointed with

Well-built and well designed, this spacious & sophisticated residence on 9916m2 allotment

timber kitchen with large pantry and ample overhead cupboards, plus gas ducted heating and r/cycle

is situated in a secluded country lane amongst some of the most prestigious wineries of the

heating and cooling units throughout the home. Outside boasts a two bedroom bungalow, double

Mornington Peninsula. A statement in modern contemporary design, the formal entrance leads to

carport under roofline, four car garage, wood shed, storage shed, four water tanks and large rear

the very generous open plan living area. Boasting 3 B/R’s plus a study, 1 cottage for registered B&B,

paddock. Contact Exclusive Agent.

2B/R self contained unit & lock up 16x19m workshop. Contact Exclusive Agent.

PRICE: $730,000 Negotiable VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

PRICE: Offers Over $900,000 VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

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INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL

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High yield investment

Luck of the Irish

LOCATED in a high profile automotive strip, this large 3540-square metre site is an exceptional investment with potential to redevelop. The tenant, trading as Hyundai, has two long-term leases on the property with both running for seven more years, with a further 10-year option on both. The combined net annual rental will increase to $248,143 in July this year. The property has frontage to Nepean Highway and Yuilles Road, all on one title zoned part Business 4 and part Industrial 3. Improvements include a fully renovated showroom of about 385-square metres.

THE Shamrock Cafe is popular take-away business that serves an excellent variety of food with a well-earned reputation for quality. A long lease is in place and the business demonstrates good takings of about $6500 per week. Easy to run, this would be a great opportunity for a family to own and operate.

992 Nepean Highway, MORNINGTON For Sale By Expressions Of Interest, closing Thursday June 6 at 4pm Agency: Nichols Crowder Property Solutions, 1 Colemans Road, Carrum Downs, 9775 1535 Agent: Michael Crowder, 0408 358 926

Takeaway, MOUNT ELLIZA Price: $95,000 + SAV Agency: Kevin Wright Real Estate, 72 Main Street, Mornington, 5977 2255 Agent: Kevin Wright, 0417 564 454

NICHOL S P R O P E R T Y

CROW DER S O L U T I O N S

NICHOLSCROWDER.COM.AU

9775 1535

POTENTIAL PLUS

"'3"/,450/("3%&/4%3*7& $"336.%08/4 MORTGAGEE AUCTION 'SJEBZTU+VOFBUBNPOTJUF t5PCFPGGFSFEXJUIWBDBOUQPTTFTTJPOt$MPTFUP1FOJOTVMB-JOL t"CVOEBOUIBSETUBOEDBSQBSLJOHBSFBt0XOUJUMFOPCPEZDPSQPSBUF t4VJUPXOFSPDDVQJFSTPSJOWFTUPSTt#VJMEJOHN2BQQSPYt-BOE N2BQQSPY

Richard Wraith 0419 564 528 1 Colemans Rd Carrum Downs VIC 3201

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NICHOL S P R O P E R T Y

CROW DER S O L U T I O N S

NICHOLSCROWDER.COM.AU

9775 1535

ACCELERATE YOUR PORTFOLIO

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Have a blast

Stock supplies

THIS abrasive blasting business is well known in the construction industry. Wellequipped, the business handles large industrial and construction blasting as well as painting. The high abrasive blasting and painting shed has gantry cranes and the yard can accommodate large, heavy trucks for drop-off and pick-up. There is also a mobile blasting service. The property is 4.04 hectares (10 acres).

TRADING for about 40 years, this wellknown business has been under current ownership for seven years. The business operates Monday to Saturday and sells stockfeed, pet food and supplies, garden products and electrical fencing. There is plenty of parking and a large outbuilding for storage.

Abrasive blasting, TYABB Business only price: $1.4 million Business and freehold price: $5.5 million Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Graham Haddock, 0417 360 963

Stockfeed, FRANKSTON Price: $160,000 plus SAV Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

Business Sales Specialists www.latessabusiness.com.au

50 Playne Street Frankston

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BUSINESS $420,000 FREEHOLD $2.7 Million

$4.5 million

Tony Latessa: 0412 525 151

No. 1 REIV Accredited Business Agent in Victoria 32 years selling experience based on honesty and reliability REIV Business Brokers Committee Member

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Lease Price: $1300pcm + GST + OGS ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗dĂŶLJĂ^ĐĂŐůŝĂƌŝŶŝϬϰϯϴϮϴϵϴϱϵ



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Lease Price: $170pcm + GST + OGS ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗ZƵƐƐĞůůDƵƌƉŚLJϬϰϬϳϴϯϵϭϴϰ

^ŝnjĞƐƐƚĂƌƟŶŐĨƌŽŵĂƉƉƌŽdžϯϬƐƋŵǁŝƚŚƌŽůůĞƌĚŽŽƌ͘WŽǁĞƌĂŶĚ Great opportunity to secure this prime retail shop next to DOC ŝŶDŽƌŶŝŶŐƚŽŶ͘ƉƉƌŽdž͘ϯϱƐƋŵǁŝƚŚƉŽůŝƐŚĞĚĐŽŶĐƌĞƚĞŇŽŽƌ ǁĂƚĞƌĂǀĂŝůĂďůĞĨŽƌŬŝƚĐŚĞŶĂŶĚƚŽŝůĞƚĨĂĐŝůŝƟĞƐ͘ and modern louver windows providing excellent natural light. Available now!!

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&Žƌ>ĞĂƐĞͲDŽƌŶŝŶŐƚŽŶ

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Seeking an experienced café operator to operate the dŚŝƐϭϴϬƐƋŵĨĂĐƚŽƌLJŚĂƐƚŚƌĞĞͲƉŚĂƐĞƉŽǁĞƌĂŶĚĂĐŽŶƚĂŝŶĞƌ ĐĂĨĠǁŝƚŚŝŶƚŚĞŽůĚĮƌĞƐƚĂƟŽŶ͘ĞĂƉĂƌƚŽĨƚŚŝƐƐƚĂƚĞŽĨ height rear sliding door. The site is securely fenced with the art building that will be the new corporate centre of ĂŵĞŶŝƟĞƐŝŶĐůƵĚŝŶŐĐĂƌƉĂƌŬŝŶŐĂŶĚƚŽŝůĞƚ͘ǀĂŝůĂďůĞŶŽǁ͘ DŽƌŶŝŶŐƚŽŶ͘ϵϬƐƋŵĂůůŽĐĂƚĞĚĨŽƌŐƌŽƵŶĚŇŽŽƌĐĂĨĞ͕ƚĞŶĂŶƚ ƚŽĚĞƐŝŐŶĮƚŽƵƚǁŝƚŚĐŽŵƉůĞƟŽŶŽĨďƵŝůĚŝŶŐĚƵĞ^ĞƉƚĞŵďĞƌ ϮϬϭϯ͘ϭϬϬϬƐƋŵŽĨĐŽƌƉŽƌĂƚĞŽĸĐĞƐƉĂĐĞǁŝƚŚŝŶďƵŝůĚŝŶŐ

Lease Price: $3000pcm + GST + OGS ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗dĂŶLJĂ^ĐĂŐůŝĂƌŝŶŝϬϰϯϴϮϴϵϴϱϵ

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This milkbar/takeaway business enjoys strong regular ĐůŝĞŶƚĞůĞĨƌŽŵŶĞĂƌďLJƐĐŚŽŽůƐ͕ƌĞƐŝĚĞŶĐĞĂŶĚƉĂƐƐŝŶŐƚƌĂĚŝĞƐ alike. New long lease and cheap rent with a comfortable 2 bedroom residence included. ĞYƵŝĐŬͲtŽŶ͛ƚ>ĂƐƚ͊

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džƉƌĞƐƐŝŽŶƐŽĨ/ŶƚĞƌĞƐƚʹDŽƌŶŝŶŐƚŽŶ

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Too Good To Miss

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DĞĂƐƵƌŝŶŐϲdžϳ͘ϬŵǁŝƚŚϰ͘ϱͲŵĞƚƌĞŚŝŐŚƌĞŵŽƚĞƌŽůůĞƌĚŽŽƌ͘ Also includes power and data points

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Lease Price: $600pw + GST + OGS ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗dĂŶLJĂ^ĐĂŐůŝĂƌŝŶŝϬϰϯϴϮϴϵϴϱϵ

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ϲͬϭϭZĂŝůǁĂLJ'ƌŽǀĞͲϮϬƐƋŵ$300pw + GST + OG ϯϮϴDĂŝŶ^ƚƌĞĞƚͲ&ƌŽŵϭϮƐƋŵFrom $70pw + GST + OG ϳͬϮϯϰDĂŝŶ^ƚƌĞĞƚͲϱϬƐƋŵΨϰϬϬƉǁн'^dнK'

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ϳΘϴ͕ϯϴĂDĂŝŶ^ƚƌĞĞƚͲϭϯϯƐƋŵ$767.30pw + GST + OG

ϮϴDĂŝŶ^ƚƌĞĞƚͲ&ƌŽŵϭϮƐƋŵΨϮϱϬƉǁн'^dнK' 6/1a Main Street

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This long standing food business in the heart of the industrial ĂƌĞĂŝƐƐŝƚƵĂƚĞĚŽŶĂƉƌŽŵŝŶĞŶƚĐŽƌŶĞƌůŽĐĂƟŽŶǁŝƚŚĂŵƉůĞ ƉĂƌŬŝŶŐ͘dƌĂĚĞƐϱĚĂLJƐƉĞƌǁĞĞŬĨƌŽŵϲĂŵƟůůϯƉŵ͕ǁŝƚŚůŽLJĂů ƌĞŐƵůĂƌĐůŝĞŶƚĞůĞĂŶĚĂƐŽůŝĚĚĞůŝǀĞƌLJƐŝĚĞƚŽƚŚĞďƵƐŝŶĞƐƐ͕ƚŚŝƐ industrial takeaway will not be available for long.

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Lease Price: $767.30 per week + GST + OGS ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗dĂŶLJĂ^ĐĂŐůŝĂƌŝŶŝϬϰϯϴϮϴϵϴϱϵ

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ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗dĂŶLJĂ^ĐĂŐůŝĂƌŝŶŝϬϰϯϴϮϴϵϴϱϵ

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„sĂĐĂŶƚůĂŶĚ „ϴϭϬƐƋŵĂƉƉƌŽdž „/ŶĚƵƐƚƌŝĂůϯnjŽŶŝŶŐ

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„ŽƵďůĞĨƌŽŶƚĞĚƐŚŽƉΘƌĞƐŝĚĞŶĐĞ „ĂĨĞŽƉĞŶƐǁĞĞŬĞŶĚƐ „KŶĞŚŽƵƌĚƌŝǀĞĨƌŽŵDĞůďŽƵƌŶĞŽƌWĞŶŝŶƐƵůĂ „'ƌĞĂƚůŝĨĞƐƚLJůĞďƵƐŝŶĞƐƐ

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100 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK...

Mystery fire claims Chelsea cottage, Frankston railway employee injured Compiled by Matt Vowell From the pages of the Mornington Standard, May 31st 1913. A FIRE occurred at Williams Grove, Chelsea, at midnight on Sunday when a four-roomed cottage, owned by Mr T. Johnson, of Murphy Street, South Yarra, and a detached kitchen owned by Mr Scott, were totally destroyed. The cottage was let to a party of week enders, but they had left during the evening for Melbourne, so that the time of the outbreak the house was unoccupied. The fire was first noticed by Mr John Gideon, who gave the alarm, but by the time the fire brigade arrived, the flames had a firm hold, and nothing could be done to save the houses already alight. The brigade, however, considering the primitive means at their disposal, did good work, and it was owing to their efforts that a bungalow alongside the burning building, and occupied by a party of young ladies, was saved. The cause of the fire is unknown. *** AS we were going to press, word was received by us that the Mentone railway station had been burnt down. The fire occurred in the early hours of this morning but no particulars are yet to hand. *** WE are compelled to hold over til’ next week the report of the address by Rev. Joseph Nicholson, on the Scripture Referendum, which was delivered at Frankston on Wednesday evening and at Mornington on Thursday evening, and other interesting items. *** WE have made arrangements that all available election returns be sent to us this (Saturday) evening. The telegrams, as they are received, will be posted up by us at our office, so that Frankston residents will have an idea as to how the voting is going. *** THE Naval Base is rapidly improving the Crib Point district and it is growing by leap and bounds. *** MR D. Edelsten, optician, will visit Mornington on Monday, June 2nd, and may be consulted at Tait’s pharmacy from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. *** THE Anthem, “Seek ye the Lord,” will be sung by St. Paul’s Church choir on Sunday evening next, 1st June. Mr W. G. Jennings will take the solo part. *** THE annual meeting of the Frankston Tennis Club will be held at the Mechanics’ Hall on Wednesday evening, 11th June. *** MISS Florence Vines, a pupil at the Somerville State school, was awarded second prize for a map of Africa by the Victoria League of Victoria in connection with Empire Day. *** DENTISTRY – F. N. Fairs wishes to notify his patients that, in future, he will visit Somerville every Monday, also that no visit will be made on King’s Birthday, June 8th. *** THE wholesale confectionery firm, Messrs Allen Burroughs and Co., of Melbourne, donated a large box of choice lollies to the Frankstou Empire Day committee. The lollies were distributed amongst the children, and were much appreciated by them. *** MESSRS Brody and Mason will conduct a gigantic sale at their rooms, Bay Street, Frankston, on Wednesday, 4th June, when they will offer furniture, implements, poultry, carts, etc., on account of various owners. This sale will commence at 12 o’clock sharp. *** MR E. Pound, an employee in the signal box at the Frankston railway station, met with a painful accident on Sunday. He was attending to one of the semaphores, when by some means he lost his footing on the ladder, and fell heavily to the ground, with the result that his ankle was sprained. He will be unable to attend to his duties for some time, and during his absence his place has been taken by Mr G. Spendlove, who was stationed in the box some time ago. ***

ELABORATE preparations are being made by the Mornington Loyal Celebration League, for the celebrations to be held on King’s Birthday, June 9th. A very interesting and amusing programme of sports will be held in the park in the afternoon, and a bioscope entertainment (free to children) in the evening. A procession of all school children from Mornington, Moorooduc, Osborne and Mt Eliza, will also take place prior to the sports. *** THE transfer of the State School from Golden Point to Crib Point appears to have been well advised and with the ample room provided in the new Crib Hall, as now leased to the Education Department by Miss Peterson, the school attendance has rapidly increased to over 50 children, and there are more to follow. Last Tuesday the parents and scholars met, in response to the teacher’s (Mr Keogh) invitation, and elected a new school committee of seven, to replace the fomer committee, which resigned in a body as a protest against what was said to be discourtesy on the part of the Education Department. The new committee consist of Mrs F. Vincent and Messrs Vincent (president), Osterland (treasurer), Woodger (correspondent), Lyel, Wilson, and Miller. A vote of thanks was recorded the old committee, and responded to by the retiring president. Athough time was short, the new committee soon got to work and made some effort to celebrate Empire Day. On Friday afternoon, at the invitation of Mr Keogh, the National Flag of Australia was hoisted by the president’s wife (Mrs Vincent) amidst the cheers of the assembled school children and parents, and after the formal saluting of the flag, sweets were distributed amongst the children, and an adjournment made till the evening, when the hat, kindly lent, by Miss Peterson was lighted, and games for the children and dancing for the adults was indulged in until well after 10 o’clock. The proceedings were enlivened by music – the new piano – another kind loan of Miss Peterson’s - being availed of for the occasion. Songs (patriotic and otherwise) by the children, and solos by Mr Williamson, helped to keep the enjoyment going, and after a little light refreshment the proceedings terminated. All appeared well pleased with the day’s outing. *** THE need of a resident medical officer is a pressing necessity, and the expected appointment by the Naval Department is anxiously looked forward to. *** A VIGILANCE Committee for this part of the Peninsula is also needed, as the sanitary condition and hygienic arrangements for the new settlement of Luna Park will soon need adjusting and an epidemic forstalled. *** HIS Natural Life (illustrated), the only complete and original text of Marcus Clarke’s famous Australian story, is a feature of the June issue of The Australian Journal, which is a notable example of the general improvement in Australian publications, both as to artistic and literary excellence. The first instalment of this vivid story of the convict days of Victoria opens in this issue. Also in the serial section, is the commencement of a smart and attractive novel, entitled Phillip Steere a pleasing romance of the north-west frontier. Among novels to be included in the near future is an Australian work from the pen of Henry O’Donnell. Another novel and pleasing feature is the gratuitous issue of Gordon’s copyright prems, a completevesion in monthly parts with artistic illustrations, the June issue containing the “Roll of the Kettledrum.” The short stories are, as usual, excellent as to themes and construction, and the ladies’ pages, dealing with fashions, dress, and household matters, will be found both useful and entertaining by the feminine members of a family circle The now coloured cover is particularly attractive, and the extension of the contents to 92 pages evidences the increasing popularity of the. oldest Australian monthly publication.

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Performance I HAVE been fortunate enough to see Rod Stewart in concert three times. For a performer in his late sixties, Rod is still strutting and prancing on stage, he is still the quintessence of a rock star in concert. Although he claims to be from Scotland, Stewart was born and bred in North London and actually went to school with Kinks lead singer, Ray Davies. Rod Stewart has completed his first album of new material in almost 20 years. The landmark new album, titled Time marks Stewart’s longawaited return to his songwriting roots and features 12 tracks, 11 of which he wrote and produced and has hit No.1 on the charts. Stewart’s first two singles, She makes Me Happy and The Finest Woman, have been released to radio worldwide. Stewart is over the moon at scoring his first UK No.1 album since 1979. Rod admitted he was very proud to be back at the top of the charts with Time, his first album of originals for over 20 years. It is his first new studio album to hit No.1 since A Night on the Town in 1976. The single from that album Tonight’s The Night was No.1 for eight weeks. Other hits singles from the album included The First Cut is the Deepest and The Killing of Georgie, a ballad of the senseless murder of a homosexual friend. Time is a landmark release in Stewart’s career, born from a burst of inspiration from which he rediscovered his voice as a songwriter and rekindled his gift for writing the honest, nervetouching narratives that have been the cornerstone to the first three decades of his career. Since 1991, Stewart, the lyricist and melodist behind such staples as Tonight’s The Night, You Wear it Well and the indelible Maggie May, had simply lost his songwriting muse. But, beginning in 2011, during the period he began working on what would become his internationally

best-selling autobiography, Rod, it returned. Said Stewart, “Something about that process of reviewing my life for the book reconnected me and that was it: I was away. Suddenly ideas for lyrics were piling up in my head. Next thing I knew, I had a song called ‘It’s Over’ about divorce and separation. And now I was getting up in the middle of the night and scrambling for a pen to write things down, which has never happened to me. I finished seven or eight songs very quickly and I still wasn’t done and it became apparent that I would eventually have a whole album of material to record, which had never happened before.” The album was produced by Stewart and co-produced by Kevin Savigar (Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Peter Frampton). Time by Rod Stewart in stores now.

*** “NEVER thought that I’d ever sing again. But hearing the first three songs, I just couldn’t say no!” With these words, one of popular music’s most recognisable, celebrated names of the past 40 years. Agnetha Faltskogs signals her return to the spotlight. The ABBA singer has returned with a new album, A (Universal) released this month, preceded by a curtain-raising track, When You Really Loved Someone which is now available internationally as a single to buy. Max Hole, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Universal Music Group International, added: “You can imagine the excitement that all of us felt at the prospect of Agnetha making new music. So we were determined that she would choose Universal to bring that music to the world, and

we are gratified that she did. This is a dream project for so many people inside our company, and for Agnetha’s fans around the globe.” Agnetha has been working with renowned, Grammy-nominated songwriter/producer Jorgen Elofsson – who has been responsible for hits by Britney Spears, Kelly Clarkson, Celine Dion and Westlife, among others – and acclaimed producer/ arranger Peter Nordahl on her brand new album. “She wanted to make music again,” says Elofsson, “We could feel that. She had been thinking about it. Basically, she’s a musician, a songwriter/singer who hasn’t done that for a while. We saw her open up, become much happier, with music again in her life.” The album features one of Agnetha first co-writes in many years: “I hadn’t written any music for a long, long time,” she says. “But I sat at the piano, and suddenly it was there.” Anticipated by millions of ABBA fans worldwide, Agnetha’s brand new material is now available on A. Max Hole, CEO, Universal Music Group International, added: “You can imagine the excitement that all of us felt at the prospect of Agnetha making new music. So we were determined that she would choose Universal to bring that music to the world, and we are gratified that she did. This is a dream project for so many people inside our company, and for Agnetha’s fans around the globe.” Best tracks When You Really Loved Someone, Back on Your Radio, Dance Your Pain Away, I Should’ve Followed You Home (featuring Gary Barlow) and The One Who Loves You Know. *** A GUITAR played by Beatles pair John Lennon and George Harrison has sold for more than $417,500 at a New York auction. The Beatles Vox guitar, a custom prototype made in 1966 was later given to Alex Mardas, a friend of the band.

By Gary Turner Harrison can be seen rehearsing with the guitar on I Am the Walrus during the Magical Mystery Tour in 1967. *** THE Beatles’ second feature film, 1965’s Help, is on the way on Blu-ray. On June 21, Help makes its eagerly awaited Blu-ray debut in a singledisc package pairing the digitally restored film and 5.1 soundtrack with an hour of extra features, including a 30-minute documentary about the making of the film, memories of the cast and crew, an in-depth look at the restoration process, an outtake scene, and original theatrical trailers and radio spots. An introduction by the film’s director, Richard Lester, and an appreciation by Martin Scorsese are included in the Blu-ray’s booklet. Help’s Blu-ray edition follows the 2012 release of The Beatles’ digitally restored Yellow Submarine and Magical Mystery Tour feature films on Blu-ray, DVD and iTunes with extensive extras. Help’s restoration for its 2007 DVD debut wowed viewers, earning five-times platinum sales in the U.S. *** Top Ten Albums 1. Time – Rod Stewart 2. A – Agnetha Faltskog 3. Swing – Renee Geyer 4. Precious Memories Vol 11 – Alan Jackson 5. It’s a Country Song – Allan Caswell 6. Classic Soul 2CD – Various 7. Women in Song – Various 8. Wrote A Song For Everyone – John Fogerty 9. The Music is you – Tribute to John Denver – Various 10. Based on a True Story – Blake Shelton

The meaning of existence (and other short stories)

‘Don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry’ By Stuart McCullough I AM good. In fact, I am nice, I am kind and I am thoughtful to others. You could go so far as to say that I am just one big ball of wonderful, a ray of sunshine that heats a solar cell that provides crucial electricity to needy orphans and the abandoned penguins they just rescued. Yes siree, I am nothing short of a beautiful, splendid, awesome human being twenty-four hours a day, seven days per week and three hundred and sixty five days per year. Except, of course, when I’m driving. Something goes terribly wrong when I get behind the wheel of a car. Like Bill Bixby, I find myself suddenly transforming into Lou Ferrigno without a moment’s notice. This includes turning green and ripping my shirt. It’s a transformation that I can’t even begin to comprehend. There is something about driving in traffic that I find inherently infuriating. I am sure that the expression ‘driven to an early grave’ is more than a mere turn of phrase and accurately depicts the toll that the everyday commute can take. It’s no good being judgmental in this life. People should be largely free to live as they wish. But as admirable a philosophy as this is, I abandon it the moment I turn the ignition. As soon as I’m on the road, I am constantly eval-

uating other drivers. This begins with an assessment of their driving technique and quickly devolves into the most brutal of character assessments. Changing lanes without indicating becomes so much more than a mere oversight or miscalculation but character flaw of such awesome dimensions that it defines the other driver entirely. In my mind there is no doubt that a person who fails to indicate suffers the kind of moral turpitude that causes them to flat-out refuse to sort the rubbish from the recyclables and wear socks made from baby seal fur whilst dining on endangered monkey meat using rhino horn for a spoon. That said, I realize that this could be

something of an over-reaction on my part. Traffic is, perhaps, the quickest reminder that not everyone thinks the way you do. That others routinely defy your expectations as they merge, break the speed limit or zip in and out of lanes tells you we are not all alike. In theory I believe that we are all individuals, entitled to freedom of thought, feeling and allegiance but, that said, if everyone else could simply see it my way when driving, it would be greatly appreciated. Sadly, I don’t always keep my thoughts to myself. From time to time, language borrowed from gangsta rap’s finest has passed my lips, requiring me

to not so much wash my mouth out as eat an entire bar of soap upon returning home. There has even been the occasional song composed on the spot that, given the contents, is best left forgotten. Suffice to say, the lyrics and melody of ‘The Brown Camira’ are not something I plan to share with anyone soon. Then, perhaps most shamefully of all, there have been hand gestures. Lots of them. There is, so I am told, a video game called ‘Angry Birds’. Sadly, for me this term is not a reference to a timewasting phone app as it is a description of my entire driving career. Other drivers could not be blamed for thinking I only had one finger, such is my propensity for whipping out a single digit. It’s as though I am suffering some form of Tourette’s Syndrome that has taken hold of my middle finger. I can console myself with the fact that such appalling conduct only occurs when I am driving and at no other time. But despite my propensity for bad language, rude hand gestures and musical improvisation, I am a reluctant user of the car horn. It was Shakespeare who famously once said, ‘To beep or not to beep: that is the question. Whether it is nobler in the minds of men to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous lane changes and by opposing end them. To sleep,

to drive, no more.’ For a guy that drove a Ford Focus, Shakespeare sure had a way with words. There’s an art to using a car horn. There’s the light touch I refer to as a ‘bip’. Generally speaking, it’s used as part of a farewell or to wake a fellow driver at a set of traffic lights. Something less than a full beep, in this age of distraction it has become increasingly necessary to deploy the bip. In contrast, the long horn is a tool of anger. The longer the honk, the more infuriated the person sounding it has become. There is a sense, sometimes, that the entire driving experience has become less collegiate and more like an episode of Gladiators. By that, I don’t mean extremely difficult to watch but simply more confrontational. Nowadays I find myself reluctant to deploy so much as a wake-up bip, even when the green light is staring me right in the face. It’s the fear of being misunderstood. That, for some, any horn may be regarded as a horn too far. Once, people gladly displayed bumper stickers that invited others to ‘Honk if you love Danish Blue Cheese’ or whatever and people would gladly join in. Not now. Beware the horns of war. Beep beep. www.stuartmccullough.com Mornington News 28 May 2013

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GUITAR HERO SET, drums, guitar and CD for Xbox 360, GC, can be used for any game with no problems, only bought two years ago, barely used by owners. Selling for $130ono. 0438 211 261. HOME GYM, Delta by Health Stream, new condition, new VIP sports punching bag, $900. 9704 1767, 0418 573 887 INTERLOCKING BLOCKS, 300 hollow concrete blocks, 220x 200x 140, suitable retaining wall, buyer collects. $200 the lot. 9787-3851.

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SEWING MACHIINE, Singer, with cabinet, VGC, like new. $200. 59759914. KITCHEN CABINETS, white melamine inside, solid black wood doors plus wall oven, 4 burner gas hotplates, range hood, double stainless steel sink, dishwasher and breakfast bar, EC. $3,500ono. Call for more details. 5940-2219 or 0458 513 739.

HOLDEN, VE Commodore, silver with black race stripes, 2007, dual fuel, demo model. full holden options, sunroof, full electrics, factory gas, 20" mags etc etc, 165,000klms, well looked after car, regretful sale. 1st to see will buy, XLG-900. $18,500ono. Contact Graham on 0409 173 461 or 9755 7352.

BMW, X5, VA, 4.4L, 2002, black, only 132,000kms, new tyres, very nice car, ZOM-506, $11,900. 8820 5500. 0404 641 261.

HOLDEN, Barina, 2009 model, silver, alloy wheels, 72,000km, AC, ABS, in as new condition, manual, RWC, XMZ-933. $9,000ono. Phone: 0457 879 059 after 5pm. HOLDEN, Caprice, 1995, 5L V8, 260,000kms, no RWC, reg until 07/13, ZLU-019. $3,500ono. 0418 514 573.

DODGE, Nitro, 2008, SXT wagon, 4 door, auto, 4 speed 4WD, one owner, as good as new, 83,950kms, service history, 22" alloy wheels, central locking, driving lamps, factory tinted window, 2 doors, GPS Sat Nav, leather seats, leather trim (incl seats, inserts) side steps and electric sunroof, RWC, WLH-999. $24,500 ono. 0401 488 874.

FORD, Falcon, auto, wagon, December 2004, dual fuel, VGC, just serviced, RWC, TEY-736, $7,250. 5942-5642.

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MAZDA 3, SP23, 2005, black, 5 speed manual, sports interior, full electrics, cruise control, airbags, power steering, 17" alloy wheels, brand new Yokohama tyres, ABS brakes, AC, climate control, remote keyless entry, engine immobiliser, fog lights, EC, 4 door sedan, 6 stacker CD player, very reliable car, RWC, YAR-105. $13,500. 0402 700 340.

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Peninsula League account for Ovens and Murray and book a place for top spot match PENINSULA LEAGUE By Andrew ‘Toe Punt’ Kelly PENINSULA Football League will play Geelong Football League for the number one title in Victorian country football after beating Ovens & Murray by 45 points on Saturday. Played at the home of Carlton Football Club at Visy Park, Peninsula League opened the game up in the second quarter and went on to win in comfortable fashion, 15.10.100 to 7.13.55. The last time Ovens and Murray journeyed south was to play a combined Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League at Frankston Park in 2011. The MPNFL won in a thriller in what is still described as one of the all-time great games of football. It was as a result of this win over Ovens & Murray that the MPNFL was split into three different Interleague sides. It is alleged that the Ovens & Murray League wrote a letter to the Victorian Country Football League following their 2011 loss, calling for them to be split because they were too strong as a combine. On Saturday, Peninsula League had a point to prove.

Many believed that the selected side was a ‘second string outfit’ considering there were big name players who were forced to withdraw either through injury, club pressure or being disinterested. To tackle one of the best leagues of all time, without the support of Casey Cardinia and Nepean League players, was a tough ask. However, Peninsula League coach Steve Ryan was confident in his charges. Peninsula League started with a squad of 60 players. With players struggling from injury or not committed to interleague football, he selected a squad of 23 that “were desperate to represent their league”. This was changed at the 11th hour when skipper Anthony Barry (calf), Mt Eliza’s Josh Norman (hip) and Mornington teenager Jackson Calder (corky) were forced to withdraw. This brought in emergency, Chelsea’s Fia Tootoo, along with Edithvale’s Brent Bowden and Pines’ Guy Hendry. Pines skipper and league medallist Jimmy Messina replaced Barry as captain.

Peninsula Team B: HB: C: HF: FF: R: RR: R: Int:

Tim Mavric, Kallum Searle, Sam Gill Brad Tagg, Nick Connellan, Paul Rebeschini Cal Dixon, Dan Wehner, Ben Lean Shane McDonald, Brayden Irving, Curtis Bywater Ben Tellis, Brent Bowden, Tom Shaw Dylan Jones Jimmy Messina Ricky Ferraro Beau Hendry, Fia Tootoo, Brenton Cowell, Guy Hendry

“Our run and carry was better, our desire was better and our skill level was far better. “We had 16 blokes who were playing their very first interleague game and every one of them was sensational. “There was not one player in the team that didn’t contribute to the win.” Ryan said Langwarrin rover Dan Wehner’s performance in the middle of the ground was first class. “Wehner’s grunt work was just a highlight of the match. “Our back six were fantastic too. Young Kallum Searle destroyed their full forward Adam Prior, who has been dominating at local level. Searle beat him in the one on one contests and ran off him all day. Timmy Mavric was also very good in defence too.” The best man on the ground was Seaford star Brayden Irving. “This bloke can seriously play,” Ryan said. “He played his centre half forward

Ovens & Murray have 23 ex-AFL footballers running around this season, including the likes of Brad Ottens, Jason Akermanis, Brendan Fevola, Karl Norman, Chris Hyde, Dean Polo and Kane Pettifer, however, the only two that played on Saturday were Craig Ednie and Steve McKee. Peninsula League kicked the first three goals of the game, before allowing the O&M back into the contest with the next three goals. Peninsula played ordinary football in the second half of the first quarter and were lucky to hold a slender one point lead. Ryan told his charges during the break to run and spread, hopeful that the leg speed he and assistant Troy Shannon selected would come to the fore. They were right. Peninsula opened the game up, completely outran the O&M in the second term and booted five goals to one to go in at half time 23 points in front. Ryan said he knew that the O&M would go into the match with bigger bodies and the trump card he had was speed on the open spaces of Visy Park. “When we came in at half time, we were all very confident in our chances of going on with it,” Ryan said. “I reminded them that no-one expected us to win and that we were perhaps the second string side, given the injuries. “I knew we wouldn’t lose at that point. They had a resolve and a belief about them. “We outscored them again in the third quarter four goals to two and then again in the last, three goals to one. We totally outclassed them.

role to perfection. He has wonderful hands and he really should be playing a higher standard of footy. “Ricky Ferraro and Shane McDonald were all class and our rucks in Dylan Jones and Beau Hendry were just too mobile for their big blokes. “We weren’t beaten in any part of the ground,” Ryan said. That also went for the all-in-brawl in the third quarter. “Suffice to say that there were a few blokes who enjoyed the opportunity to have a crack – in fact, it was a lot more than a few,” Ryan joked. “We certainly don’t condone that behaviour but it proved to me that we had the right 22 blokes representing our league. “The feeling after the match and the genuine excitement from the group made the day even more special. “I certainly know who the first 22 players selected will be next year,” Ryan said.

Senior Match Results

Peninsula League 3.3-21 8.5-53 12.5-77 15.10-100 Ovens & Murray 3.2-20 4.6-30 6.11-47 7.13-55 Peninsula Goals: Jamie Messina 2, Tommy Shaw 2, Shane McDonald 2, Brayden Irving 2, Brent Bowden 2, Fia Tootoo, Curtis Bywater, Ben Lean, Dan Wehner, Ben Tellis 1 Peninsula Best: Brayden Irving, Tim Mavric, Kallum Searle, Dan Wehner, Shane McDonald, Ricky Ferraro

Under 18 Match Results

Peninsula League 3.0-18 8.1-49 8.5-53 12.7-79 Ovens & Murray 0.6-6 1.8-14 5.10-40 8.11-59 Peninsula Goals: Bailey Dale 4, Justin Bennett 3, Jackson Mockett 2, Jed Morsinkoff, Jake Smith, Johnathan Haidon Peninsula Best: Bailey Dale, Lachlan Pizzey, Daniel Culcane, Michael Nichols, Johnathan Haidon, Justin Bennett

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Slow out of the blocks, Nepean come back to win NEPEAN LEAGUE By Andrew ‘Toe Punt’ Kelly NEPEAN League overcame a slow start to win its very first stand alone match against Heathcote & District Football League on Saturday. After a four hour bus trip to Bendigo on Saturday morning, Nepean League was slow to get out of the blocks, allowing the opposition to kick the first three goals of the match. However, on the wide open spaces of the QEO Bendigo Oval, the visitors were able to work their way back into the contest to trail by just three points at the first change. Coach Gavin Artico told his players during the break to utilise their speed and running ability and move the ball quickly through the corridor. Artico was also looking to change things up by switching play and creating space before bringing the ball back through the middle of the ground. The team followed instructions to the letter in the second quarter and set-up the win with a six goal to two term. At half time, Nepean League led the home side 11.9.75 to 7.8.50. Early in the third quarter, the visitors lost Hastings’ full forward Tony Mirabella to an eye injury. It is nothing that will keep him out of the Hastings team this week, however, his vision was impaired after getting a poke in the eye. He kicked two goals before going off the ground. The second half was an arm wrestle. Heathcote & District League was hell bent on shutting down the space of the Nepean League, pushing numbers back and restricting the opposition’s dominance when entering their forward half. Heathcote & District League sent five coaches down to the Peninsula two weeks ago to have a look at the Sorrento v Rosebud and Dromana v Rye matches. They walked away knowing that they were up against a squad that was going to run the ball. “They (Heathcote & District FL) did their homework on us. We obviously move the ball very quickly in our league and this was a concern of theirs,” coach Gavin Artico said. “In the second half they were able to slow us down but the damage was

done in the second quarter,” Artico said. It was seven goal to six second half, Nepean winning by 33 points, 18.17.125 to 13.14.92. Artico said he couldn’t be more pleased with the efforts of his charges. “They were a really great bunch of blokes, as well as being very talented footballers,” Artico said. “The group was really motivated and really wanted to represent their league – that was important and the key to us winning the game. “It was a real pity that all of the clubs didn’t get behind it (Interleague football), however, hopefully the success that the boys had on Saturday will turn that thought process around next year.” Artico said he was worried when the opposition kicked the first three goals of the game. “Look, we tried to get the guys up and going as best we could but the reality was that they were all up very, very early and then spent a long time on a bus to Bendigo. “The home side kicked with the wind in the first quarter and it took us a little while to get going, however, when we did get going, we played some really good football. “We really opened the game up in the second quarter and we should have been further in front at the break. “Rhett Sutton and Justin Farrelly were getting their hands on the footy first in the midfield and our forwards looked dangerous. “Colin McVeigh and game medallist Jason Bedford played on wings and kicked goals for us, while the likes of Daniel Waddell, Tony Mirabella and Leigh Poholke looked dangerous when the ball went in. “We had 11 goal kickers for the match, so it certainly showed that we had great ability to kick goals. “In defence, we were fantastic too. “Guys like Darren Booth, Jay Neratzoglou and Rikki Johnson dominated down there and really did set up a lot of ball movement through the middle. “Taylor Stratton got a lot of it through the middle and Frankston Bombers players Jay Reynolds and James Degenhardt were really good for us over four quarters,” he said “It really was a fantastic effort by the guys to fight it right to the end.”

Nepean League Team B: HB: C: HF: FF: R: RR: R: Int:

James Degenhardt, Jay Neratzoglou, Leigh Morse Adam Hunter, Rikki Johnson (VC), Darren Booth Jason Bedford, Taylor Stratton, Colin McVeigh Leigh Poholke, Daniel Waddell, Dan Gormley Anthony Bruhn, Andrew Kiely, Tony Mirabella Rhett Sutton (C) Jay Reynolds Paul Minchington Justin Farrelly, Sean Cain, Matt Sibberas, Zac Dekleuver

Senior Match Results

Nepean League 5.2.32 11.9.75 15.14.104 18.17.125 Heathcote League 5.5.35 7.8.50 9.12.66 13.14.92 Nepean Goals: Colin McVeigh 3, Leigh Poholke 2, Jason Bedford 2, Daniel Waddell 2, Tony Mirabella 2, Rhett Sutton, James Degenhardt, Taylor Stratton, Paul Minchington, Justin Farrelly, Matty Sibberas 1 Nepean Best: Jason Bedford, Jay Neratzoglou, Jay Reynolds, Justin Farrelly, James Degenhardt, Taylor Stratton

Under 17 Match Details

Nepean League 4.1.25 10.7.67 15.12.102 16.19.115 Heathcote League 2.5.17 5.8.38 5.10.40 6.11.47 Nepean Goals: Keegan Downie 4, Wade Delahaye 2, Jay Forrest 2, Billy Quigley, Nathan Seddon, Darcy Atkins, Tyler Wilson, Brett Martin, Kyle Salerno, Danny Stephenson, Jackson McRae Nepean Best: Darcy Atkins, Kyle Salerno, Logan Pearson, William Harbinson, Wade Delahaye, Keegan Downie

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Dandenong overcome a strong Pirate effort BASEBALL

IN the sixth game of the season, played on May 25, Mornington Pirates A1 side went down to Dandenong 5-2. In a much better showing the pirates played very good baseball but were beaten on the day. Nick Swanveld made 3 great catches and Adam Warren hit the ball well all day. In other results: A2 Mornington vs Dandenong: Dande-

nong 9 dft Mornington 0 Ryan Campbell and Matt Dunn pitched very well, baffling Angel hitters. The Pirate hitters looked dangerous in the box, led by Nathan Buchan and Dan Stumbles. Debut of junior player Jordan Barnett, playing his first senior game at second base and g aggressive on the batter’s box! B1 Mornington vs Cheltenham: Pirates were convincingly defeated by a young Rustler outfit 14 - 3. Consistent mound appearance by opener Meates M, McDonald & Mc Gough. Safe hits to Fenton 1, Meates J. 1 & doubles to Horscroft 1, Meates M. 1. B2 Mornington vs Cheltenham Rustlers: This week Pirates were missing some key players came up against a youthful Rustlers outfit. Behind a strong batting display, the Rustlers jumped out to an 8 - 1. Despite their best efforts, the Pirates went down fighting 19 - 3. C2 Mornington vs Dandenong Gold: Good fielding and pitching by Dick Stumbles and Tristan Meates kept the strong hitting Dandenong team to 12,with Brandon Wyatt getting half the teams 4 hits. Welcome back to Ken Hardie who caught the whole game.

Pitch perfect: Left, Ryan Campbell. Above: Joel Schultz taking a swing. Pictures: Callie Clay.

JUNIORS U17 Mornington Pirates vs Cheltenham Rustlers: Mornington Pirates defeated by Cheltenham Rustlers 7-4. The second meeting between the teams proved to be another battle. 4 hits Mornington, 6 hits Cheltenham. Safe hits produced by R.Butler,

C.Stuart, A.DiGiovambattista. C. Stuart took the hill as relief pitcher in his U17s debut. K. Barton and J. Chivers took control of the outfield robbing Cheltenham of 5 hits. U15 Mornington Gold vs Pakenham: The boys returned to the winners list, thumping Pakenham 15 - 2. Paterson and Haffey - Bagg were solid on the mound, well supported by the catcher Coles. The bottom half of the batting order much more productive with career games for Morris and Christou, hitting the ball hard. U13 Mornington Gold vs Dingley: Mornington had a thrilling win against Dingley at Dingley. It was a close match fought down to the wire. Tom had a huge grand slam hit in the first dig to get Mornington underway. Jack pitched out the game, getting the final strike out to secure a win for Mornington. 7 to 9 Morningtons way. U13 Mornington Black vs Frankston: Pirates were defeated by a big hitting Frankston 14 -2. Safe hits by Pierson 2. Solid pitching by Bald & closer Pierson. Double play Tedesco to Isbister. Great catches to Tedesco, Isbister, Bald & catching by Knox behind the plate. U11 Mornington Pirates vs Frankston: Under 11’s had a slow day batting, but showed some potential in the field, losing to Frankston. MVP, Charlie Pierson and pitcher, Joe Butterworth both played well.

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Subject to availability, vehicles must be ordered and delivered between April 6 and June 30, 2013. Offer not available in conjunction with Fleet, Government and Rental programmes. *Guaranteed Future Value is subject to vehicle return conditions and kilometre restrictions. Agility Finance is restricted to approved customers of Mercedes-Benz Financial Service Australia Pty Ltd ABN 73 074 134 517, Australian credit licence 247271 and is subject to standard credit assessment and lending criteria. Please contact Barloworld Mornington for further details (including vehicle eligibility).

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Your new shining star in Mornington. We are delighted to announce that construction of your new Mercedes-Benz dealership in Mornington is now underway. Our Mornington operation is still open for business and during the construction period will be operating from our temporary home located on the map below. Please stop in for a coffee to discuss your new vehicle requirements, for any servicing needs or simply to view the plans of your new Mercedes-Benz showroom. For all your Mercedes-Benz requirements visit your local dealer, the team at Barloworld.

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• State-of-the-art 8 bay workshop with the lastest diagnostic equipment. • Extensive customer car-parking. • Commercial vehicle centre.

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Please call in to see Chris Thoday and the team at Barloworld to view the plans of your new Mercedes-Benz showroom.

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