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for sale SLEEPERS, treated pine, 200x50x2.4 $12.10 each, 200x75x2.4 $16.75 each. Free delivery for pack lots. Phone Joe 0417-530662. SOFA / SOFA BED 2½ seater. Superb quality fabric, down cushions - very expensive as a new couch. Fabric is a soft butter colour, and is washable. Very comfortable. Can email image. $550. Ph: 5664-2430. TIMBER Kiln dried blackwood, silver wattle, cypress, celery top pine, most sizes for furniture and craft, also slabs and structural pine. Ph: 56812261. WOODEN BUNKS, 2 sets with mattresses, $250 set. 5662-2578.

livestock DORPERS - excellent shedders / bloodlines. Lambs born now and ready to deliver November 13. All vaccinations done. Orders taken now 0438-681219.

used motorcycles HONDA TRX 250, 4-wheeler motorbike, 2009 model, low kms, VGC, $2750. Ph: 5664-5426 or mobile 0427-645426.

used vehicles

FREE CAR REMOVAL Will pay up to $300 for complete car Buyers of scrap metal All machinery Bins provided

Bass Coast Metal Recyclers 5672 2946 0417 556 593

Affordable cars at drive away prices

SG CHEAPEST CARS Geary Road Leongatha LMCT 10804

Phone Judy or Geoff 0428 920 095 for full range of vehicles Or visit: www.sgcheapestcars.com NOTE: drive away means no more to pay. All on road costs paid.

AUDI 1998 A6 sedan, low kms, 5 speed automatic. Service history, RWC, ZFV508, $9,500. Price neg. 0407-889345.

wanted SINGER looking for a guitarist to form a duo, for casual rehearsals with view to possible gigs. Phone Lee-Anne 0419-622702.

wanted to buy CASH PAID farm four wheelers, ag bikes, trucks, 4WDs and ride-on mowers. Any condition. Phone Matt 0401-194601.

work wanted FULLY Qualified Painter. No job too small. Good rates. Call Drew on 56624238 or 0418-517443.

Classified advertising closes 12 noon Mondays

marriage celebrant

Jenny Milkins All areas - 5672 3123 jenny_milkins@hotmail.com

CAM ABOOD Leongatha 5662 4191

engagements McLAREN - KAVANAGH Kerena and Peter together with Judy and Gerard and their families are thrilled that Aidan and Anna have announced their engagement. We wish them a lifetime of happiness.

in memoriam BOLGE - Tania. August 23, 1978. A little corner in our hearts is set aside for you. As long as life and memories last, we will always think of you. Mum, Dad and family.

message of hope

deaths SALMON - Sandra Ellen. Sadly taken from us on the 16.8.13 late of Hervey Bay, Qld; formerly of Poowong and Leongatha. Loved wife of Rex Pearce (dec) and Graham Salmon. Beautiful loving mother of Mandy and Kim. Much adored nan of Ashlie, Stacey and Jesse. Loved sister of Robert McIver, loved aunty of Kirsty and Travis. You were taken before we could say goodbye. We love you and will miss you so very much. Forever in our hearts.

Clare Davis inspires at CWA conference CLARE Davis of Pound Creek was the guest speaker at the Gippsland Hills CWA Group’s August Conference last week.

funerals EAGLE - A Thanksgiving Memorial Service for the life of the late Mr Eric William Eagle will be held at the Meeniyan Public Hall on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 commencing at 2pm. A private family interment will precede the above service.

THIS is the message you heard from the beginning: We should love one another. 1 John 3:11.

deaths EAGLE - Eric William. 4.12.1929 - 15.8.2013 Much loved husband of Mary for 60 wonderful years. Loving you forever - Mary. Father of Calvin and fatherin-law of Sharyn. Much loved grandad of Michaela and Chris, and Koh. “Gone Truckin” Son of the late Reginald and Kate Eagle, late of Harcourt. Loved brother and brotherin-law of Geoff (dec), Ivan, Una, Kevin and Olive, and their families. “To know him was to love him.”

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SALMON - The Funeral Service for the late Mrs Sandra Ellen Salmon will be held at the Uniting Church, Poowong on Thursday, August 22, 2013 commencing at 11.30am. The funeral will leave at the conclusion of the service for the Poowong Lawn Cemetery.

Inspiring life: guest speaker Clare Davis addresses the gathering.

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Welcome aboard: new Gippsland Hills group secretary Sonja Gili (left) receives her badge of office from group president Evelyn Stephens.

Clare focused on how her love of being a mum has grown and extended to caring for the welfare of both animals and children. A nurse and midwife by profession, she has four daughters, and for more than 40 years has been working to rescue and care for injured and mistreated animals, particularly donkeys and native wildlife. For more than 20 years, Clare has fostered children in need, some from only a few days old. She finds the children benefit from being with the animals. Clare works with Anglicare and Berry Street, and encouraged members to consider becoming foster carers. Group president Evelyn Stephens presented Clare with a spray of orchids, and a cheque towards the Christmas party held for local foster children in South Gippsland. The conference was held in Meeniyan, and was opened by Meeniyan Progress Association icon Avril Van Wamel, who welcomed members to the town and talked about the many projects undertaken by the Progress Association, from lobbying for sewerage in Meeniyan, to working to establish and beautify Tanderra Park. The tavern nights in the Meeniyan Hall, and the long-running Meeniyan Art Show are other progress association events. During the conference, Ms Stephens presented new group secretary Sonja Gili with her badge of office, and also presented the Aggregate Cup for small branches to Bena branch for their success in the recent CWA State Exhibition in Bendigo. Jasmin Mackie, junior member of Meeniyan Branch, also received a certificate and trophy as the most successful junior competitor in home industries at the State Exhibition. Jasmin was among the students of Tarwin Valley Primary School who entertained members with their delightful singing. The Prep, Grade 1 and Grade 6 children charmed everyone with their renditions of Waltzing Matilda, It’s My Car, and I Am a Paleontologist, among other songs. Gippsland Hills CWA Group recently held a successful International Day, focusing on New Zealand, this year’s country of study for CWA. Members voted to donate the proceeds of $500 to the Associated Country Women of the World, the world-wide body of which CWA is a part, to assist a delegate from one of the developing countries in our region to attend a coming international conference.

Caring for our Community, personal dignified service to all areas 5662 2717 Pre-need Funeral Plans available Office and Chapel: 24 Anderson Street, Leongatha hfs1@vic.australis.com.au MEMBER OF AUSTRALIAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION

Sweet sounds: the students of Tarwin Valley Primary School sing in harmony.

Plan wisely Support dairy this election BASS Coast Shire Council is running a free workshop for those planning events. Council economic development director Steve Piasente said the aim is to give event organisers better understanding of council’s event permit process as well as provide information on relevant local and state legislation. There will be a segment on first aid and a workshop on “when events go wrong”. The forum starts at 6.30pm on Tuesday, September 3 and will be held in the civic centre at Wonthaggi. Bookings are essential by August 28. Ring Janine Temme on 1300 226 278 or email j.temme@basscoast.vic.gov.au

AUSTRALIAN dairy farmers are calling on all political parties to see agriculture as the new economic powerhouse for the nation. The dairy industry is highly valuable to Australia, contributing over $13 billion to Australia’s economy and employing over 140,000 people on farms, processing plants, and wider industry support services. Dairy is just one of the many agricultural sectors that have been key contributors to the Australian econo-

my for many years. Australian Dairy Farmers president Noel Campbell is calling on all parties to place dairy firmly on the national agenda. “The Australian dairy industry is constantly investing, adapting and innovating for a sustainable future. We are proud of our industry and confident in its future,” he said. Key policy priorities for the next federal government should be: • establish a mandatory supermarket code of conduct and appoint an ombudsman with teeth to ensure

compliance; • modify the ACCC collective bargaining to provide balance in market power to dairy farmers; • sign free trade agreements with key markets China, Japan and South Korea; and • help farmers staff their properties and extend the duration of 417 and 462 visas from six to 12 months as well include dairy on the list of eligible industries for the Seasonal Worker Scheme and on schedule one of the skilled occupation list.

The Great Southern Star - August 20, 2013  

August 20 edition of South Gippsland's weekly newspaper.

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