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Finer points Mentor Johanna Burgess provides youngster Bethany Breuer with some final advice in preparation for The Dancers Zone mid-year performance at Horsham Centre Cinema on Sunday. The dance school will present shows based on a music and musicals theme at 11am and 2.30am. The performances will include tap and jazz dancing from pre-school youngster to adults to music from musicals such as Little Shop of Horrors, The Truth About Love, Seussical the Musical and Moulin Rouge. Dancers have been rehearsing since February for the June show and afterwards will start new routines for an end-of-year performance in November. The school dance troupe also includes an all-boys group. 

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rganisers preparing for next Tuesday’s 2013 Wimmera and Southern Mallee Careers Expo at Longerenong believe the event has become the premier presentation of its type in western Victoria.

Expo chairman Chris Wallis and his committee are preparing to lie out a ‘welcome mat’ for a ‘huge’ influx of regional students and career hunters from across the region. He said the event would deliver a broad spectrum of vocational information to the door of the people of the WimmeraMallee. “The careers expo, which is in its 27th year, provides an exceptional opportunity in our region that is not to be missed,” he said. “Many people are looking to do further study, complete additional training, change career paths, or have their skills formally recognised to obtain a qualification. The expo will allow people to talk face to face with a broad selection of peo-

ple about the possibilities and processes involved in those options. “As well as general exhibitors who are available to answer questions and share their knowledge, there will be over 20 tertiary institutions represented, various interactive Try-A-Trade displays and 50 seminar sessions. An Exhibitor List and seminar program can be found on the expo’s website which we will update regularly.”

New exhibitors The Careers Expo will be at Longerenong’s Wimmera Events Centre and will be open free of charge from 9.30am until 2pm. Buses from Horsham, Buloke, Northern Grampians Ararat, West Wimmera, Yarriambiack and Hindmarsh municipalities will travel to the event. Mr Wallis said this year’s expo featured new exhibitors, including the mounted branch of Victoria Police. “The members and their horses, which will be looked after by Longerenong Ag-

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“Workco Limited is also offering a free bus service. The aim is to give everyone the opportunity to attend the event, enabling them to explore various career options and training opportunities.” In the past year, Workco has been helping adults into apprenticeship and traineeship positions with a focus on Victorian skills shortage vocational occupations. The state and federal governments, through the Joint Group Training Innovation Fund, is supporting the project. The bus services from rural and remote areas to the expo are part of this project. Bus timetables are available on the Careers Expo website or by calling Workco on 1300 308 620. “We look forward to seeing many people from across the region take advantage of having such a comprehensive array of careers information available to them in one place,” Mr Wallis said.

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“I’ve just come back from China after competing with the Chinese team and have also been to England for a couple of competitions. I’ve been just flat-out training,” he said. “When we get there will we will have time to familiarise ourselves with the site and how things are set up. We’ll then have a day off to deal with nerves and then it’s into it for four days.” Taylor and fellow competitors will have to work on six three-hour modules that involve everything from engine and transmission rebuilds to engine-management and body electrical systems. They will work on Volkswagen car systems, specifically built and prepared for the competition. Judges will plant problems that competi-

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He has been an advisor for Senator Michael Ronaldson and is resigning from the position to concentrate on campaigning for the election.

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tour through a new $6-million Horsham Special School for children with disabilities quickly reveals that the Wimmera now has something extra that is indeed ‘special’. The school, which will become a unique learning environment for students next term, is an outstanding example of purpose-built architecture and foresight. What is immediately obvious from the roomy, lightfilled multi-purpose primary and secondary classrooms and specialist areas is that the

school is more than just somewhere for kids who need extra help.

Working with various allied health organisations across the region, Horsham Special School has the potential to put the Wimmera on the national disability-learning map. It is not hard to imagine some parents across Australia, perhaps desperately seeking help for their children, making a decision to move to the region simply on what this school will offer. It is a big deal. The school already looks after the specialist education needs of 75 children, some travelling from as far as the SA border, and has room to grow.

YOUR SAY Racism SIR,- The editorial ‘Respect is what counts’ The Weekly Advertiser, June 5 raised good points however more issues regarding racism need to be considered. I agree that allowing racism to interfere with our evolution as a people, does reflect a combination of ignorance, unease and cultural cringe. Is there a simple solution at this point in time? Having a collective laugh at each other’s expense is a good way of getting on with life and maintaining the status quo however it does not help us deal with the underlying issues. I used to believe that we as Australians were a people where a fair go was our most important value. But simply by using the words ‘Cronulla riot’ that myth is

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Critically, the special school stands as a glowing example of what the public purse can achieve in a regional centre.

School council president Max Cuddihy was right when he suggested that the new building should simply represent a stage in the overall development of the High Street education precinct in Horsham. “The challenge now is to get our secondary college rebuilt,” he said. It is important to note that the already established gardens and conference centre at the new school have come courtesy of Horsham College’s senior campus. It only takes a quick glance over the fence from the special school

For example, we have a deep unpleasant history of making first Australians stateless in their own country. Likewise, endless detention of asylum seekers is tolerated because our representatives believe it is reflecting the will of the electorate. Is that treatment something we can justify as fair-minded people? Some things are just not funny – such as children growing up witnessing domestic violence, sexual abuse or generations of people having had their culture systematically ridiculed. When one is continually patronised, ignored or put down it might be easier to laugh it off than challenge the attitude of the bully, leaving the recipient feeling further devalued.

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to be reminded of the poor state of many of the college buildings.

The college also gave up ground on its middle school site for a regional trade training centre building, all the while trying to manage outdated and in some cases deteriorating buildings for the largest collective group of secondary students in the region. We hope Horsham Special School, set to have a far-reaching impact on what would have been previously disadvantaged children across the region, the level of facility our public-school children can expect in the near future. The truth is they should be entitled to it – regardless of where they live in Victoria.

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HALLS GAP ZOO NEWS ANIMAL ACTION The Pygmy Marmoset twins are growing fast and are lifting their heads to check you out when you come to visit. The Common Marmoset baby is very independent now, making his own way round instead of hitching a ride everywhere. The Black-capped Capuchins have settled into their new enclosure extremely well and are proving to be as popular as ever. There’s been some action down in the pig pen. We have extended the yard to be substantially bigger and introduced “Sniper” a little miniature pig but unfortunately, we did have a sad time with losing one of our favourites, Peaches, to cancer

Filming We’ve had some late nights with a film crew in from Germany who are making a documentary about the threats to some of Australia’s unique species such as Bilbies and Wombats.

Self-esteem and respect go hand in hand. Some people for many complex reasons have not grown up with models of either. I ask that we all make an effort to understand the bullies and what drives them to need to make hurtful remarks. Prejudice born of fear and ignorance can be challenged if recognized - when the majority in the community is seeking fairness. Political correctness can be a pain but it has become part of our everyday culture for good reason. The purpose is to make us more mindful of the hurt a casual comment might cause. Humour is invariably at the expense of someone. Rosalind Byass, Stawell

Visiting students tackle pest wattle infestations A group of 260 year-eight students and their teachers from Ivanhoe Grammar School have completed a project to help tackle weeds in Grampians National Park. During the past two months, student groups spent 15 days volunteering with Parks Victoria and Conservation Vol-

unteers as part of an outdoor education program. National Park volunteer coordinator Katherine Dyson said the students and staff worked to remove sallow wattle, a serious pest plant, from two areas in the park. “They spent three days removing wattle from an area

near Wartook and 12 days tackling a bigger infestation at Troopers Campground along Roses Gap Road,” she said. “The volunteers worked very hard to help remove the wattle from the camp ground in a variety of weather conditions. “It is an incredible opportunity for us to collaborate and

there are joint benefits for us in managing the park and for the school. “Sallow Wattle removal in the Grampians National Park is completed by Conservation Volunteers. We have had a lot of success with the students and they have been reluctant to stop working,” she said.

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s farmers across the region celebrate the boost rain will provide for crops, a catchment project team is celebrating for a different reason.

without any decent rain and we were worried about planting the orchids in such dry conditions,” she said. “Fortunately we had aboveaverage rain in May which meant we could go ahead. And although we have tanks and water hoses on site, at this stage it looks like we won’t need to use them.”

The rain has fallen at a perfect time for the reintroduction of rare native orchids into the environment. The timing has also been perfect for 1500 critically engendered Metallic Sunorchids, Thelymitra epipactoides, planted out last year. Only 30 were left in the Wimmera and 1000 worldwide before last year’s planting, the result of three years of laboratory research into propagation. Volunteers have also been introducing another rare Wimmera species, the Brilliant Sun-orchid, Thelymitra mackibbinii, back into the environment. Wimmera Catchment Management Association’s Orchid Conservation Project is based at Horsham’s Wimmera Orchid Conservation Facility, now growing 30 types of endangered orchid species for projects in Victoria, SA and NSW.

RAIN AND SUNS: Australasian Native Orchid Society members Josie Carrigan and Richard Thompson plant Metallic Sun-orchids in the Little Desert National Park. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Project manager Dr Noushka Reiter and volunteers from the Friends of the Little Desert and Australasian Native Orchid Society planted more than 400 Metallic Sun-orchids in Little Desert National Park and Kiata Reserve in the last fortnight. It was part of a project funded by Caring for our Country and the Australian Orchid Foundation. Dr Reiter said volunteers were thrilled to plant new orchids alongside emerging orchids from last year’s plantings.

“There are a lot of people watching closely to see if last year’s reintroductions worked and we’re thrilled to say they have,” she said. “At the end of July we will count how many plants have emerged from last year. It’s looking pretty good at this stage.” Dr Reiter said a winter planting program had been looking dubious due to an extremely dry late-spring, summer and early autumn. “We had almost six months

Dr Reiter said volunteers also planted 26 Brilliant Sunorchids near Stawell. The planting has the potential to double the population of this endangered species, which exists at only two sites in the world – Stawell and Bendigo. “This was a particularly special planting with members from the former Stawell Field Naturalists Club,” she said. “It was a landmark occasion for three women from the group - Lesley Bennett, Win Peitch and Thelma Argall. “They are all in their late 80s and after many decades of monitoring and nurturing one of the two remaining populations of this species, it is exciting for them to be directly involved in potentially doubling the population.”

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Lutheran school play on stage tomorrow Holy Trinity Lutheran School in Horsham will present its production of The Magical Land of Oz at its Trinity Drive hall tomorrow. It will present a matinee show at 1.45pm and an evening show at 7.30pm. The production involves 43 pupils from year three to year six.

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he Kaniva community is set to benefit from a $203,000 extension and refurbishment of its library after confirmation of State Government support. The project has the go-ahead after the government confirmed it would provide $150,000 for the works program. Member for Lowan Hugh Delahunty joined West Wimmera Shire’s Cr Ron Hawkins at Kaniva for the funding announcement. “The

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pleased to support the upgrade project which will to make it easier for people to access the great services and facilities at Kaniva,” Mr Delahunty said. “The extension will provide much needed additional space and allow elderly patrons to move about the library more freely. “West Wimmera Shire Council raised a number of issues with the existing library facility and these will now be addressed as part of the refurbishment. “Residents will be able to pick up and drop off resources out of hours as

part of the upgrade, which is important in rural communities. “The larger floor space will enable greater ability to run programs in association with the neighbouring childcare centre.” Mr Delahunty said an all-access toilet would replace the library’s limited facilities, making the library a more inviting venue for residents. The government is funding the upgrade through the third round of its Living Libraries Infrastructure Program.

Duck day at Natimuk

Field and Game Australia chief executive officer Rod Drew will return to the Wimmera for a ‘duck day’ at Natimuk Lake this Sunday.

West Wimmera farmer Wayne Caldow will join Mr Drew at the free ‘Do you want more ducks on your farm?’ event in Natimuk Lake pavilion. The event will be from 10am to noon. Wimmera Catchment Management Authority’s bird monitoring officer Jonathan Starks will also speak. Mr Drew will provide insight into Field and Game Australia’s wetland trust. He said farmers putting land aside for wildlife habitat was a

win-win for recreation and the environment. “Sustainable farming and sustainable hunting are one and the same thing. It’s just fantastic to see how wildlife habitats improve the farm while creating habitat for wildlife such as ducks that didn’t exist before,” he said. Wayne Caldow, a keen duck hunter, will speak about the work he’s done on his Scrubby Lake district farm to improve habitat and the long-term health of his swamp areas. People keen to attend the duck day can RSVP online on duckday.2013.eventbrite.com or by calling Wimmera CMA on 53821544 before Friday.

Stawell club has flood-proof park Stawell Golf Club now has a sealed car park purposely designed to cope with storms and floodwater. State and federal government grants have allowed Northern Grampians Shire Council to repair the park, which with other club infrastructure was damaged during a 2001 flood. The $140,000 repairs were part of a flood recovery infrastructure program funded by government money filtered to the council during the past two years. Northern Grampians Shire’s Cr Karen Hyslop said construction of the car park and associated drainage work would mitigate damage caused by future heavy rain and flooding. “Having a properly designed and constructed sealed area with engineered drainage systems will reinstate the functionality of the car park, prevent damage reoccurring and make the facility more resilient,” she said. Other flood-recovery work completed last year included repairs and improvements to drainage, paths and bridges over the creek running through the club course. Stawell Golf Club president Ron Bailey said the latest car park work would save the club a ‘great deal of time, money and stress for members in the future’.

TWO MORE: Bob Sloane of Plaza Meats holds up entries from Caleb Bodycote of Horsham and Nancy Gibson, Stawell, after drawing their names from the $15,990 Mazda car on offer in the Great Horsham Plaza Car Giveaway. Bob, who said his staff had been busy handing out entry coupons, sat blindfolded in the back seat to draw the finalists. Store representatives have so far drawn six of the 12 finalists. All people have to do to enter the competition is spend at least $20 at plaza stores before July 6. Picture: JAMES FIDLER


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Wimmera Health Care Group Foundation fundraising fortnight at the end of July will focus on food and football. Amina Elshafei, a 2012 contestant on television’s Masterchef program, will be in Horsham during the fortnight to run a series of master classes. Her classes will showcase unique dishes influenced by her Middle Eastern and Asian background.

FOOD FEST: Masterchef personality Amina Elshafei and Wimmera Health Care Group clinical services director Don McRae at Peter Doyle @ The Quay restaurant in Sydney.

Regional football clubs, which rely heavily on Wimmera Health Care Group services, are also joining forces for a variety of fundraising activities. Amina Elshafei will focus strongly on Wimmera produce such as olive oil, lentils and chickpeas in her afternoon and evening master classes at Axis Worx, formerly The Wool Factory, between July 24 and 26. Amina, a paediatric nurse in Sydney, was born in Saudi Arabia and moved to Australia in the late 1980s. As a child, family life was centred on food and weekend trips to produce markets. Her mother cooked during the week and father at the weekends – both bringing traditional family recipes and techniques to the table. Since her success in the Masterchef series she has become is a regular columnist in the Australian Women’s Weekly. Amina endeared herself to Horsham guests with a surprise appearance at a foundation’s fundraising event at Peter Doyle @ The Quay Restaurant in Sydney. Meanwhile, passionate Collingwood supporter and Friend of the Foundation

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Debbie Simpson is busy organising a Foundation Football Fundraising Fortnight for the last two weekends in July. Wimmera and Horsham district league teams are being invited to raise money for the foundation at home matches of one of the two weekends.

Commitment Some clubs have already made a commitment to support this concept, which might become an annual event on the football calendar. Foundation Chairman Don Johns said injured footballers often sought treatment from Wimmera Health Care Group’s Horsham and Dimboola campuses.

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“The money raised from the football fundraising fortnight will go towards the foundation’s target of raising $1 million in capital by 2014,” he said. “The foundation will then be able to commit up to $60,000 a year for Wimmera Health Care Group to furnish its hospitals with state-of-the-art equipment and as well as presenting a pleasant environment of dignity, tranquillity and wellbeing.” The foundation’s latest pledge is to support development of an Adult Rehabilitation Garden at Wimmera Base Hospital. Friends of the Foundation have postponed a July 27 Patron’s Dinner due to the ill health of patron Peter Doyle.

GREAT EXPERIENCE: Stawell City Brass Band scholarship success stories, from left, Ashleigh Wilson and Hannah Blight with tutor Amelia Kingston. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Band continues scholarships A Stawell City Brass Band project to promote aspiring musicians through a scholarships program is paying dividends with musical recruits Ashleigh Wilson and Hanna Blight experiencing their first ‘play-outs’.

people to become a part of a ‘fun-loving and enjoyable experience in a brass-band family’.

Twelve months after offering the scholarships, boosted by donations from businesses, Stawell Lions Club and Stawell RSL, the girls, under the guidance and Amelia Kingston, have settled into the band as regular performers.

“People are welcome to join the band regardless of experience or age. For those who have never had the opportunity to play an instrument and would love to, please come and join the band.“

As a result, Stawell City Brass Band, through donations, is again offering scholarships to any young person keen to learn how to play and be involved in a brass-band environment. Band secretary Josie Johnson said the scholarships represented an opportunity for

“The band has been going since 1858, enduring the ebbs and flows of membership with two world wars and a depression,” she said.

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rarat Musical Comedy Society will bring musical Beauty and the Beast to life in Ararat with shows starting on Friday night.

The society will present 8pm shows this Friday and Saturday, and Friday and Saturday weeks. It will also present 2pm matinee performances on Sunday and Saturday week. Director Grant Johnson and musical director Leanne McCready have assembled a cast of 50 for the musical. Mr Johnson said he was thrilled with the show’s preparation and how cast members had adapted to their characters. “The character list is huge, with each person in the cast bringing to life at least three different roles on stage, and they are all doing a brilliant job,” he said. STATE OF THE ART: A new $6-million Horsham Special School to help the education needs of Wimmera children with disabilities will provide a new and modern learning environment for students from July 15. The building represents a 10-year project to replace ad-hoc primary and secondary school environments. School council president Max Cuddihy, left, and principal Matt Copping are pictured with Horsham Special School students Tyson Ballinger, Allieann Janetzki and Michaela Bergen.

Eliza Seres and Riley Mason are playing the key Belle and Beast characters respectively. The musical features ‘enchanted’ objects in the Beast’s castle where Richard Draper plays Cogsworth the clock, Derek Pole Lumiere the candelabra, Kristine Hughes Mrs Potts the teapot, Jan Pope Ba-

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A matter of the heart Stawell gun-club repairs

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Work to repair stormwater-harvesting infrastructure and install erosion-prevention rock beaching at Stawell Clay Target Complex is complete. The work was possible with $12,500 in government funding from the Department of Planning and Community Development Flood Recovery Community Infrastructure Fund. Stawell club president Phil Scott said members appreciated the grant because raising the money for the repairs would have been beyond their means. “We are a small club of 30 members so it would not have been possible for us to raise the money. We are really grateful to have obtained the funding.”

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Book highlights value of natural landscape

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orsham mayor Cr David Grimble has used the launch of the book Yanga Track…Wanjab, Gadjin and Murnong to highlight the importance of the region’s native plants.

In Wergaia language Wanjab means ‘fire’, Gadjin ‘water’ and Yanga ‘to walk’. Murnong, or yam daisy, was an important food source for Aboriginal people in southeast Australia. “These plants were the medicine chest, hardware store and supermarket of the traditional owners as they traversed up and down the Wimmera River,” Cr Grimble said. Yanga Track is below Horsham weir and one of the most popular Wimmera River walking and cycling tracks in Horsham. It is near the historic Wopet-Bungundilar campsite, an area protected under the State Archaeological and Ab-

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ie Peacock from Stawell, also features artwork by painter Louie Rigney and a guide by Wimmera CMA’s Rae Talbot of 35 plants that inhabit the Yanga Track and along the length of the river.

Cr Grimble joined more than 150 people for the launch at Sawyer Park in Horsham. The title of Yanga Track… Wanjab, Gadjin and Murnong refers to the significance of fire, floods and native animals and how they link to Aboriginal culture.

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Careful management of the area continues through Horsham College, Conservation Volunteers Australia and Wimmera River Improvement Committee projects.

Aunty Nancy Harrison: “We have a huge connection to the Wimmera River; it is a creation story path and has a very special place in our hearts. It is a major part of who we are as people. There are important sites along the river that connect these stories and the Yanga Track area is something we always think about, especially with the fire that went through and to top it off, a flood just a while back.”

The launch included a Welcome to Country by Sonny Secombe from the Barengi Gadjin Land Council and traditional dance by Eddie Marks. The book’s author Melissa Pouliot and Wotjobaluk Elder Aunty Nancy Harrison, whose

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Rae Talbot joined Conservation Volunteers Australia project officer Jody Taberner, Gary Aitken from the improvement committee and a group of Horsham College students on a visit to Yanga Track the day after the book launch. “To be able to walk around with these students and show them the cultural significance of these plants and the river through the book was only possible by everyone’s continued commitment and dedication to this area,” she said. “At Yanga Track we are nurturing the native plants that grew right along the Wimmera River. It is a place where people can link these plants back to the cultural stories of our Aboriginal communities that are thousands of years old.”

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Cr Rice, Glenorchy Hall Committee President Howard Cooper, Western Victoria MLC David O’Brien and Municipal Recovery Manager Greg Little opened the new hall with a plaque unveiling.

ment Management Authority direction, making the building more resilient to future floods.

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BIG DAY: Organisers of the Sepptelt Wedding Expo are keen to exand the annual event.

they are involved any activity involved in the event industry. It would be fantastic if we could get another 20 business to join the 40 we already have involved for that last Sunday in May. It would allow us to really create something special.” Ms Fitzpatrick said this year’s event at Seppelt Winery

“After looking at how we could improve it next year, we’ve decided to try to open it up to a broader range of patrons. For example, we’re considering a bigger marquee with a bar and more entertainment,” she said.

had been a success with many businesses attracting broad interest and bookings.

South-east Wimmera and Ararat district businesses strongly supported the event.

She said many future brides and grooms from across the region used the expo to plan for their special day. Patrons were able to discuss their celebrations with marriage celebrants, photographers, hair, beauty, clothing, jewellery, ca-

Wimmera-Mallee business people keen to know more about the expo or to get involved can call Ms Fitzpatrick on 5361 2249.

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NEW BEGINNING: Northern Grampians Shire Mayor Cr Wayne Rice addresses the crowd at Glenorchy’s Big Night Out.

Cr Rice said the celebrations included Jamie and Kim’s Mobile Zoo and children’s activities, a roast dinner catered for by the Giant Koala in Dadswells Bridge, and live entertainment from big band Swingside, country performer Cameron Mason, contemporary guitar duo Parso and Dave and 1970s-1990s rock cover band NoXquses.

“We have plenty of scope for a lot more businesses to come on board and they qualify if

Visitors from across the state and as far as Queensland included former staff and doctors as well as many people either born or treated at the former Hopetoun Bush Nursing Hospital.

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TOUCH OF NATURE: Lily Moorfoot, 3, gets friendly with a green tree frog while Narelle Vance and her son Archie, 1, get to know a sugar glider. Jamie and Kim’s Mobile Zoo was a hit with Glenorchy families at the town’s Big Night Out celebrations.

Floods in September 2010 and January 2011 caused extensive damage to the hall. The shire council accessed state and federal government funding for the rebuilding project.

“Planning is already well underway for an expansion of the program to cater for a broader range of celebration planning,” she said.

A large crowd also attended the opening of a memory garden by former Hopetoun student Dr Peter Carter, the following day.

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“The community has, in essence, received a brand-new facility and the hall not only looks fantastic, it will be a much more functional building that is more resilient to future floods.”

Seppelt Winery function coordinator Alli Fitzpatrick said there was an open invitation for businesses across the Wimmera involved in the party industry to get involved next year.

Around 150 people packed Hopetoun’s Memorial Hall to celebrate 70 years of community health services.

The occasion featured presentations and reflections. Health service chief executive Catherine Morley presented ladies auxiliary members with service badges, Hopetoun farmer and emcee Wal Ferguson interviewed guests who shared their health stories and memories.

“It was great to see so many Glenorchy people attend the night and enjoy the food and entertainment in their new-look hall,” Cr Rice said.

Work on the building over the past 18 months has included a new floor, new

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Rural Northwest Health organised the celebrations to mark 70 years since the opening of Hopetoun Bush Nursing Hospital.

Northern Grampians Shire mayor Cr Wayne Rice, who attended Glenorchy’s Big Night Out, said the party was a fitting way to celebrate completion of more than $430,000 repairs and refurbishments.

“The Big Night Out not only celebrated the new hall. It also marked the community’s come-back from the devastating floods and the council was really pleased to be a part of that,” Cr Rice said.

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The two projects are based on different aspects of Horsham. The CAD strategy focuses on the core retail and commercial centre of the city, and the Framework for Managing Growth addressing expansion of the city at its fringes. Business Horsham chairwoman Andrea Cross said it

was important Horsham business people read both draft strategies and submitted feedback and comments to the council.

“I’m pleased to see this positive research and that growth is forecast for Horsham. I’m also encouraged to see that the shop floor-space vacancy rates in Horsham are consistent with other well-performing centres,” she said. Horsham mayor Cr David Grimble said the Framework for Managing Growth strategy examined factors influencing city expansion.  “It’s important to realise that a lot of land in and around

Horsham is not only affected by flooding, bushfire and the like, but also the availability of water and sewer and other types of infrastructure,” he said. Copies of both strategies are on website www.hrcc.vic.gov. au under a Have Your Say section and from Horsham Civic Centre, Horsham Library and NC2 office, Natimuk. People can provide written submissions to Strategic Planning, HRCC, PO Box 511, Horsham, 3402 or council@ hrcc.vic.gov.au  by July 19.

They can attend two twohour information sessions from noon or 4pm next Wednesday.

Tourism growth in Grampians Latest statistics have revealed ‘significant’ tourism growth in the Grampians and district. Tourism Research Australia data, from the 12 months leading up to the end of March this year, shows an increase in domestic as well as international visits. Domestic overnight visits to the Grampians rose by 15.8 percent and the number of international visitors increased 31.9 percent. Grampians Tourism chief executive Will Flamsteed said it was satisfying to see more visitors were choosing Grampians region as a destination. “The hard work put in by our industry to provide great visitor experiences is crucial to attracting more visitors, so I congratulate those businesses,” he said.

“Other factors that positively influence visitation include: special events, marketing activities undertaken as part of our flood-recovery plan and works by Parks Victoria to re-establish storm-damaged infrastructure caused by extreme weather in January 2011. Mr Flamsteed said the figures represented an opportunity to build momentum. “I encourage all members of the Grampians tourism industry to get on board and participate in the Grampians Official Visitor Guide which is our annual showcase publication,” he said. Tourism businesses can see www.grampianstourism.com.au for more information. Grampians Tourism Board works closely with Ararat, Horsham, Pyrenees, Northern Grampians and Southern Grampians shire councils.

Ron a life-long volunteer Wimmera Volunteering Recognition Awards celebrate the community contribution of individuals, groups and organisations.

To acknowledge this contribution the Weekly Advertiser is providing a weekly snapshot of the awards’ nine finalists. This week we feature lifetime achievement award nominee Ron Bennett of Horsham. Ron, pictured, has volunteered for more than 40 years with Horsham Agricultural Society. He has been on the society committee and as Horsham showground groundsman has been responsible for slashing, moving, finding equipment and looking after garden beds.

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ararat ruralcity focus Council focus

Community focus

Services provided by Council Ararat Rural City Council provides many services to the community. Over the coming months Council will provide an insight of all services on offer. Many of these services are required under State Legislation.

Emergency Management Council have varied Emergency Management capabilities and resources for municipal response to emergencies. Council‘s Municipal Fire Prevention Officer liaises with fire response organisations and the public in reducing risk of fire throughout the municipality. The Municipal Fire Prevention Officers tasks include but are not limited to; issuing of fire prevention notices to land-holders, issuing of fire permits and the enforcement of these permits when required. The Emergency Management Coordinator role is responsible for changes to Neighbourhood Safer Places within the municipality and ensuring their adherence to statutory obligations. Neighbourhood Safer Places are now located at:

Neighbourhood Safer Places within Ararat Rural City Township

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Lake Bolac

Recreation Reserve

Lake Bolac Complex Road Lake Bolac 3351

Moyston

Moyston Recreation Reserve

Corner MoystonGreat Western Road and Ararat-Halls Gap Road Moyston 3377

Ararat

Ararat Town Hall Carpark surrounds

Corner Barkly Street and Vincent Street Ararat 3377

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Willaura - Wickliffe Road Willaura 3379

Streatham

Front of Streatham Hall

30 Campbell Street North Service Road Streatham 3351

Elmhurst

Elmhurst Mechanics Institute/Hall

34 High Street North Service Road Elmhurst 3469

The Emergency Management Coordinator also works closely with other roles within Council’s emergency management team. These roles are varied and can include tasks of deploying Council resources such as graders to help at fires, opening and coordinating relief centres for evacuees within the municipality and coordinating recovery services after an emergency event such as personal counselling and rehabilitation of municipal assets. Council also works hard at minimising damage from natural disasters through preventive planning and works including flood and fire planning, pandemic plans and operational works like slashing and spraying to provide strategic fire breaks to name only a few.

Local Laws » Animal registrations – Ensure compliance of registering cats and dogs as required by State legislation. » Animal control – Management of animals within the municipality to ensure community safety and minimising potential for dogs and cats to create a nuisance and response to stray animals under the Domestic Animal Act 1994. » Effectively identify all dangerous dogs, menacing dogs and restricted breed dogs in the municipality to ensure those dogs are kept in compliance with the Domestic Animals Act and Regulations. » Pound Operation - Operate pound to legislated standard, including food, cleaning, electricity, water, insurance, euthanasia and re-housing. » Partnering with dog and cat shelters and rescue organisations to rehouse suitable dogs and cats. » Emergency After Hours Call Outs Service - for Stock on municipal roads, dogs attacking people or animals or when community safety is compromised. » Parking Control - Provide appropriate levels of surveillance for adopted parking strategies, in particular meter collection and parking infringements, including prosecutions. » School Crossing Management - Manage school crossing points and associated staff.

Domestic Animal Management Plan Councils in Victoria are required under Section 68A of the Domestic Animals Act 1994 (the Act) to prepare and implement a Domestic Animal Management Plan (The Plan) at four year intervals with the objective to outline Council’s plans for animal management. The purpose of The Plan is to: » Document current processes and practices under the Ararat Rural City Council’s animal management responsibilities » Increase compliance with the Act. Increase pet owners’ knowledge of the principles of responsible pet ownership and enhance community safety and awareness » Assist the Bureau of Animal Welfare (BAW) a branch of the Department of Environment and Department of Primary Industries (DEPI) to achieve its stated objectives of reducing the numbers of dogs and cats being euthanased » Maximise the numbers of dogs and cats that are registered in the Ararat municipality » Minimise the harmful effect of domestic pets on the population of native birds, mammals and reptiles » Take into account community views on animal management matters » Comply with the relevant provisions of the Act. Council has prepared a Domestic Animal Management Plan 2012-2016 and a copy of this plan is available by contacting Matthew Wood, Manager of Risk Emergency Services and Local Laws on 5355 0214. Alternatively a hard copy of the plan is on public display at the front counter of the Municipal Offices, corner of High Street and Vincent Street, Ararat until Friday 21 June 2013.

2013 Powercor Grampians Pyrenees Business Achievement Awards Applications are now open for this year’s awards and we are urging all businesses from the region to get involved. This year we have moved the application process online, saving you time, or if you prefer you can still lodge a hard copy of your application! Booklets available at the Ararat Visitor Information Centre, the awards aim to recognise business excellence within our region and has a category that caters for all businesses; big or small. For more information please visit www. pyrenees.vic.gov.au. Applications close on Friday June 28, 2013. Proudly supported by the Ararat Rural City Council, Northern Grampians Shire Council and Pyrenees Shire.

What’s on Council Meeting Tuesday June 25, 6pm

Pomonal Market Sunday June 30, 9am-1pm

Ararat Trash and Treasure + Ararat Farmers Market Sunday July 14, 9am-1pm at Alexandra Hall and Elizabeth Park

Council Meeting Tuesday July 16, 6pm

Ararat Regional Library School Holiday Program Kids with Compact Cameras Monday July 1, 10.30-11.30am

Craft activity Tuesday July 2 at 11am-12pm

Ararat Regional Library Naidoc Week celebrations Craft activity Tuesday July 9, 11am-12pm

Community focus Victoria’s Parliamentary Electoral Boundary Redivision 2012-2013 On 27 June this year the Electoral Boundaries Commission (EBC) are releasing their report on new proposed State electoral boundaries for Victoria. This report will be displayed in Council offices, service centres and libraries in every municipality across Victoria. The process invites public participation and people can get involved by inspecting the maps in the Proposed Boundaries report. Interested citizens are encouraged to respond with any suggestions or objections during the submission period in July. All these submissions will be considered prior to the final boundaries being released in October this year.

The State electoral boundaries determine the areas from which members of the Upper and Lower Houses of Parliament are elected. These areas should hold roughly the same number of electors so that each MP represents an equal number of people in Parliament.

Marngrook Storytime with author Tidda Secombe (the story of Australian Rules Football) Friday July 12, 11am-12pm

The last time these boundaries were re-drawn in their entirety was in 2000-1. There have been many changes in the Victorian population since that time and the Electoral Boundaries Commission (EBC) are redividing the State to ensure electoral equity. The EBC consists of the Chief Judge of the County Court (His Honour Chief Judge Michael Rozenes), the Electoral Commissioner (Mr Warwick Gately AM), the Surveyor-General (Mr John Tulloch).

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n Ararat gala Night of Nights fundraiser has generated the final $30,000 needed for a $150,000 CT scanner for East Grampians Health Service.

The Victorian Police Blue Ribbon Foundation Ararat branch event attracted more than 230 people, including Victoria police Assistant Commissioner for Western Region Jack Blayney who led a minute’s silence in memory of police officers killed in the line of duty. Parliamentary Secretary for Police and Emergency Services David Southwick also attended paid tribute to the foundation’s Ararat branch for its achievements.

Officials made a special presentation to retiring MP Joe Helper, who has attended all 12 Blue Ribbon gala nights. Celebrity auctioneer Phil de Fegely led a charity auction and police band Code One provided entertainment. Health service medical staff will use the CT scanner to get detailed three-dimensional images of parts of patient bodies.

$650,000 Since its inception in 2002, the foundation’s Ararat branch has raised more than $650,000 for the health service. Figures show it has raised: $63,000, John McNally Emergency Department; $150,000, John McNally Helicopter Landing Pad; $286,000 for radiology equipment for the John McNally Medical Imaging Department; $45,000 towards theatre equip-

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Frequently the asset class which outperformed in one year showed a poor, or even negative, return the following year. This illustrates the importance of having a diversified investment portfolio covering all the major asset classes. Always remember: • Seek professional advice to choose appropriate investments for YOU. These should have been well researched for their financial soundness, whether they are individual investments or managed funds. • Be sure to have a portfolio which is diversified across major asset classes and

subclasses. The balance of the portfolio should be designed to achieve your long term objectives at an acceptable level of volatility. • Don’t panic. It is human nature to be concerned when you see the value of your assets fall. However, markets always recover and a sound investment will perform over the longer term. Selling during a downturn will not help you achieve your objectives.

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Federation Side Board and Oak Writing Desk $650 Ph 03 Filly foal, Piebald Shetland, 53566369 9 months, good type $350 Ph Fire Surround with cast iron and 53844287 Horsham tiled insert, over 100 yr old, VGC Fish tank, 4’, with cast iron stand $900 Ph 0439101170 $170 Ph 53583336 Leadlight Display Cabinet, $390 Horse float, double, good Ph 0427523317 tyres, registered, fair condition $2500ono Ph 0422587091 Jersey x Friesian heifers, 2 healthy 13 months olds $800each Ph 0478606610 Dimboola

2007 Galaxy Southern Cross, 17’, front entry, front kitchen, DB, microwave, electric brakes, roll out awning, 3 way fridge, always under cover, AC, rego 2/14, only done 6 short trips in Vic, EC $24,250 Ph 0458532656 Ararat 2007 Jayco Hawk campervan, full annexe, flys, many extras, EC, always under cover when not in use $19,000 Ph 0409412692

Kelpie purebred pups, Karana Sami x Digger bloodlines, parents excellent workers, 2 males, MC 982000167685490, 956000002402365 $250each Ph 0431623262 Willaura Leadlight Secretaire Cabinet, Laying hens, commercial reds, with fitted writing desk, 1150mm 2011 Cub camper Daintree, 45-20 months old $6, 50-17 width, 1885 height, EC $500 Ph off road, EC $15,000ono Ph weeks old $18, 45-10 weeks old 0417558774 0432398279 Miners Lounge, $200 Ph $11 Ph 0467887702 0428324210 Maltese x Shih Tzu Puppies, 1 male, 1 female, vet checked, M/C# Sewing machine, singer treadle 981020005541896, 5493992 $100 Ph 53544240 $280each Ph 0424588439

Caravans

Bailey, 4 berth, light weight caravan, easily towed by family sedan, toilet, shower, fixed bed, 2 TV’s, new auto awning, new AC, battery pack, 3 way fridge, motor mover, stereo system, much more, EC $33,000 Ph 0400903635 1999 Jayco Hawk Campervan, Pony, 12.2HH reg Welsh full annexe, EC, more info Camper trailer GIC extreme Mountain, for sale or swap $2500 $12,500ono Ph 55752789 or off road, as new, fully optioned, Ph 53891556 0400537613 mattress, rego 12/13 $5900 Ph Python, blonde spotted, female, 0429233729 3yo, non-handler, wildlife license Camper trailer, 6x4 on road required $300ono Ph 0400064460 trailer with Oz trail 7 camper, DB, Rams, Hampshire down and annexe w/walls, new tyres and white suffolk, bruc acc $350 plus new spear plus extra spare, tool GST Ph or text 0488159853 box and watertube, all poles, pegs Saddle, Wintec Isabell, EC, 17”, 2001 Roma pop-top, 14ft, s/ and ropes VIN 6WSR120452 cair system, changeable gullet beds, EC, $13,000 Ph 53548223 $1990 Ph 0419571506 (black), comes fully mounted with great extras $800ono Ph 2002 Jayco Freedom poptop, Caravan 2002, Roadstar Voyager 17’, life up island DB, roll out 3000, 21’ 6”, AC, S and T rollout 0458770008 awning, batteries, microwave, awning, Microwave, TV, towing Shih Tzu x puppies, 1 male, 1 3 way fridge, EC $19,500 Ph mirrors, many extras $35,000 Ph female, vet checked, inoculated, 0428866210 53826461 MC 9560000002951862, 12815 2003 Spirit Camper Trailer, $300each Ph 53590394 as new , heavy canvas and tail Siberian Husky, 3yr old, desexed gate kitchen P89984 $7000 Ph female, breeder wish to find a 0447398338 loving home for ex show dog, 2005 16ft Regent Crusader, roll M/C 956000002556206 $350 Ph out awning plus annexe, single 53848226 AH beds, 3-way fridge, microwave, Caravan pop top, Gazal Infinity Staffordshire Bull Terrier pups, R55050 $16,500 Ph 53941981 full vet checked, wormed, 1 male 2005 Jayco Eagle offroad 1999, 16’ x 7’6”, SB’s, power brindle with white chest, 1 x male caravan, barlett flys and annexe, brakes ect, new condition white and tan, 10 weeks old, M/C VGC, R09826 $17,000 Ph $16,000 Ph 53822537 978102100091561, 100091812 0418394368 Caravan Traveller, tandem $200 each Ph 0413553826 17’16”, pop-top, HD tyres, 2cyl, 1992 Windsor Pop Top, 16’, off Muscovey ducks, dressed $25 road tyres, AC, 3-way fridge, gas Ph 53837527 stove and microwave, 12 volt/ Pony rugs, canvas and stable, 24 lights, DB and bunks, new 3’-4.3’, excellent order $20ono Ph annexe, hot water, TV antenna $14,000ono Ph 0417554089 53543264

Cockatiels, aviary breed, red fronted yellow turks, indian ringnecks, call for prices Ph White Dorper ewes, 9 months, 0408535515 Stawell due to lamb 9/13, excellent Diamond Python, male with sheppers, small lots available enclosure, require license $700 $120 plus GST Ph 0447275737 Ph 0434336394 Wiltshire Ewes, horn stud, in Ewes, pure breed, black face lamb to wh/stud ram, easy care, suffolks, from stud stock Ph no shearing, great for small acres $130 each Ph 53811824 0419664345 Liz

Commercial Equipment Drink Fridge, Orford, 2 glass doors, shelves and lights $1200 Ph 0417101120

Concave Picture Frames, $80ea Ph 0428324210

Alpaca, herd guards and pets, male and female Miniature goats, kids, does, available, prices vary wethers and bucks $150each Ph 0400904727 Ph 0428852338 Alpaca, young male $250 Ph 53583486

Antiques

Carry Me camper, slide on camper for utility or extra cab, made in Tintinara SA, GC, extras include slide and tilt cradle for refrigerator, extra triangle corners for tent $7000 Ph 53912054 or 0417536155

Motorhome, 1976 Domino, auto, fit out 2002 for 2 $88,500ono Ph 0408127425

Prime Mover, International S2600, 400 Cummins, 13 spd, PTO bunk, AC, turn table, NNP882, semi tipper trailer also available $25,000 Ph 0419323118

Computers &

Entertainment Reduced caravan, permanent onsite, with large solid wall Desktop Intel Core 2 QUAD annexe, all chattels wiwo, $24,000 CPU Q8400 2.66GHZ, Nvidida Ph 0458923298 Beachport Gforce 6600, 320gig HDD multi recorder, 20” monitor, keyboard and optical mouse $350 Ph 0428336397

Compass 15ft Pop Up Caravan 1993, island double bed, wardrobes, hot plates, 3 way fridge, sink, plenty cupboard space, excellent condition, light blue interior E27531 $15,000 Ph 0402302028 Robyn

IBM Thinkpad, core 2 duo, T7300 Windows Vista business OS power supply and top loader case $200 Ph 0428336397

Reduced Compass caravan iPad, with retina display, inc 2005, 19’16”, 3 way large keyboard cover, 64gb WI-FI/ fridge, gas HW, 4 burner stove, cellular, Perfect condition $580 microwave, AC, TV, island DB, Ph 0419571506 Horsham shower, toilet, roll out awning, full annexe, 4 new tyres, always shedded $34,500 Ph 53811020 Farm Machinery Concept 17’6”, 2009, QB, 15” or 0427811020 wheels, checker plate, external Slide-on Camper, Millard 1985, 3 16ft x 8ft Thornton single deck, cable, roll out BBQ, as new berth, fridge, stove, battery pack, galvanised sheep stock crate annexe $31,500ono Ph 53811733 GC $5500 Ph 0439797922 or $1000 Ph 53502321 or 0428504538 53871504 1985 International T2670, with Hi-Ace 1980 pop-top camper, Viscount Pop Top 1980, s/axle, 22ft grain tipper, GC, QRTT, fair condition OHZ724 $2300 Ph 18’, 5-berth, GC, rollout awning, great seed fertiliser truck, 5361F, full annexe, large 3-way fridge/ $30,000+GST Ph 0428541522 53566212 freezer, front kitchen, reg 02/14 Jayco 2007 Expander, AC, 30’ 5160 Shearer Bar, 620 edge $6900 Ph 0428827015 Ararat EC, annexe flys, roll out awning, on tynes, new shears, VGC always shedded, S45774K Viscount Royal 15’ 6”, late 80’s, $17,600 inc Ph 0417539107 aluminium frame, electric fridge $25,500ono Ph 53911772 and grillers, plenty of cupboards, Air seeder, 32’ AFM bar 8” cut, Jayco Expander, 16’ pop top, wind out windows, 2 SB, table floating hitch with alfarm A550 12/05 build, 3-way fridge, roll out makes a DB, all as new, ready to bin, new spare belt included, VGC awning, inner-spring mattress go, annexe and pole carrier, has $45,000 inc GST Ph 0428894258 $23,000 Ph 0419351246 only been used as spare room or 53894258 Dimboola Austin 1951 Tray, 12’, UB hoist, Jayco Freedom family pop top, $5000 Ph 50825294 grain bin, suit wreck, Edmunds island DB, front bunks, rooftop bale loader, bag loader, best offer AC and heater, roll out awning, Ph 53547510 evenings only annexe walls, $22,000 Ph 0419116167

Windsor Caravan, one owner, A/C, 4 burner stove and griller, microwave, 3 way fridge, lovely interior of soft green, double bed, R.O awning and annex, , Jayco poptop 2003, 17’6”, large always shedded, EC $17,500 Ph single beds, AC, microwave, gas/ 53826676 or 0428826676 electric hotplates, griller, 3 way fridge, electric w/pump, rollout Clothes & awning, full annexe, EC $19,500 Accessories Ph 0400138106 Ararat Jayco Westport Pop Top 1996, Driza-bone coat, Rider brand, 17’, air conditioning, rollout size L, never worn $120 Ph awning and annexe, gas cooktop 53582216 or 0407343910

and grill, 3way fridge, island Wedding dress, size 14, double bed with storage, EC complete with veil and 3m train, lace edging, worn once $350 Ph $17,000ono Ph 0419972013 53582216 or 0407343910 lots of extras, annexe $15,000 Ph Millard 14’ pop top, 4 berth, 2-way fridge, full annexe, rego 53891504 Commercial 2/14 $6500 Ph 0467362436 Caravan, Windsor pop-top, Equipment excellent value, clean, Millard 16’ pop top, VGC, 12 months rego, DB, gas electric comfortable, roll out awnning, Commercial Black 3 glass 2006 Jayco Expanda, TV, island double bed, extras fridge, gas stove, oven, AC, door under bar refrigerator microwave, flys, hoses, EC included $12,000 Ph 53562310 electric brakes, full annexe cabinet, new cabinet with motor, $10,000ono Ph 0419514118 $22,900ono Ph 0427880265 $1800ono Ph 53302008 or 0400699039

Boom spray, Hardi, 3400L, 20m Navigator, D/S foam, 16.9/30 tyres, hydraulics, lift and fold $19,800inc ono Ph 0427808601 Boomspray 2000lt Silvan tandem simplicity susp. 60’ hyd lift, fold broom, D.S foam, elec controls $14,300 Ph 0427871404 Boomspray 2000lt, 16m wide, HYD lift, chemical pro, foam marker, centre fill, non drip nozzles $5500 Ph 0429922319 Chisel plough 3pl, 13 tyne, heavy duty, comes with crumble roller, 12’ 6” cut with adjustable depth wheels, EC $8800 inc GST Ph 0428211555 Class 96 Header, 5000hrs, 25ft finger reel, trailer, $10,000+GST Ph 0427861052 Kaniva Combine, Case 5120, Johns u/c SSB fingers harrows, EC $9000ono Ph 0428334323 Combine, Inter A62, 9” sp SSB finger harrows, goes well $4000ono Ph 0428334323 with Croplands mister, 8HP Honda motor $600 Ph 0417526256


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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Farm Machinery

Cultivator Daken, 3PL, S tyne, Tractor Chamberlain 6’, with Daken drop seeder, 2 Champion, can be seen working cover harrows to suit $1500 Ph $4500 Ph 0409211839 0427340814 Tractor, 1978 7040 Allis Davey 13HP pump twin Chalmers, 140HP, 7885hr, 2 impellor, vanguard e/start motor, remotes, 2 speed PTO duals, overhauled, new fuel system, 3 x front end weights, GC $7500 inc 50mm outlets, hoses, new $2295, GST Ph 53843233 sell $1300 Ph 53524795 Ararat Truline post driver, 120kg Flexi coil, 550 pound tynes, price hammer with hyd auger, 9’ neg Ph 0428911459 under hammer, 3 point linkage Fuel tanks, 800lt and 100lt connection, 2 hyd service points $500neg for the lot Ph and PTO shaft, works well $4500 Ph 0400048550 0428911459

For Sale

For Sale Hitachi compound mitre saw, approx 10 yrs old $340 Ph 53881238 Toolondo area

House bricks, 2500, s/hand, Computer desk, height 820mm, clean, ready to lay, $2000ono Ph depth 300mm, width 400mm, as 0418535801 new condition, no longer required Kitchen Benches, secondhand, $150 Ph 0411459992 1x 2400 x 600, 1x 1800 x 600, inc sink, Ararat pickup $250 Ph 0419322775

Header, JD 6600 C/W 22ft open front bat reel, completely re-built and ready, good goer $10,000 Ph 53598254

Cycads, 10 medium size, great Vennings Auger, 50 x 9 self stylish pot plants or in ground Header, John Deere 7720 turbo, propelled, hyd lift, VCG $11,000 $30each Ph 0428504913 2 speed drum, 30ft tyne, reel inc GST Ph 0427325497 Dimplex Refrigerated Air front & trailer, 3000hrs, smale plucker to suit $18,000+GST Ph Water cartage tank, rapid spray, Cooler, reverse cycle, portable, 15400lts, can be reduced to any as new, $550 Ph 53596260 or 53808227 size down to 4200lts, with 4” 0439855993 Header, John Deere 7720, camhock out let, retail $18,000, 1988, EC, 30’ front, comb trailer sale price $10,000ono Ph Ditchwitch, C99 pedestrian trencher with trailer ramps $990 2608hrs, always shedded, 0419323118 Horsham Ph 0419571506 choppers, hillside reverse feed, harvest ready, $17,000 Ph Wheatlander cultivator bar, 33’ Dunlite Generator 2.5 KVA, HD $1000ono Ph 0429857221 53521782 Honda 5.5HP, EC, new $745 sell $350 Ph 53524795 Ararat

135 Litre HWS/LPG 2009 model, VGC $550ono Ph 0439309805 2 Plega Single Beds, 3ft x Heavy Duty Trailer, with tank and 5.5hp pump inc hoses, reduced 6.8ft inchs, touch button $3900 ono Ph 0418529907 Ararat controls, back and leg lift with inner spring mattress, EC, cost Howard Bagshaw 24 run, fair $4500 each Sell $3000ono each condition levermatic $600 Ph Ph 0447539415 0432401690 Inter 711 Header, 18ft comb with trailer, in good condition Ph 50833496 AH Inter 725 Header Hydrostatic, 20ft comb/15ft open front with comb trailers, in good condition Ph 50833496 AH International 3600, 1993, 14lt cunnings, 410HP, 13 spd, OD, PTO, HYD, QRBRTT, AC, JB, RWC, 60025S $45,000 inc GST Ph 0427529818

30 ton log splitters, split horizontally and vertically, 6.5hp engine, assembled and test run $1370 inc GST Ph 53891541

4 Tree ferns, height 1.1m VGC Jackman powder pickler, price $60 for the lot Ph 53811053 AH neg Ph 0428911459 4-Frame honey extractor wax JD 7720 Header, reverse feed, trough and gas hot knife $550 Ph dual speed drum, 230 front, 0488068251 comb trailer, GC $18,000ono Ph Axe, 3pt linkage, hyd wood super 0428821394 $2000 Ph 0428504725 John Shearer 28 run, fair BBQ, 3 burner, on wooden trolley condition $1000 Ph 0432401690 $75 Ph 0407972090 Nhill John Sheerer harrows, 13 leaf, 40’ hydraulic lift $880 inc GST Ph Bench Seats, flip up, 4 seats per row, $30 Ph 0408557603 0428911459 Prickle Chain, approx 32’ $7000 Black Plastic, 8 new rolls, 4m x 50m, suitable for grain shed Ph 0432401690 floors and bunkers $1200 Ph 0427323041 Books - Old, maths, physics, chemistry, suit yr 12 student, good revision exercises $20 the lot Ph 53562301 REDUCED Header CAT Lexion 470R 204, 340hp, 30ft front and trailer, GPS yield mapping, Auto contour, 2080 cut hrs, ready for harvest, have retired, $150,000ono Ph 53541270 or 0427322006

Kubota BX1860 2011 Tractor, with front end loader and konga 1.2m slasher, only 35hrs use, diesel, 4wd, EC $19,000 Ph 53595264 Lawn mower, Pro-Scape walk behind, 6HP Kawasaki motor, new $900ono Ph 0428504725

Fire wood, red gum, 10 and 20 cubic meters, delivery available $975 Ph 0437662600 or 0448263700

Firescreen, sturdy steel $80 Ph Palm Tree for sale for removal at buyers expense, price is 53823833 negotiable Ph 0447362925 Freezer, chest 500lt, EC $500 Ph Pea Straw/Garden mulch, weed 0419595132 free, $5 delivered Horsham area Freezer, chest 700lt, EC $800 Ph Ph 0407011084 0419595132 Petrol motor, YWM 5.5HP with Fridge, 300lt Kelvinator, ideal 2.1 reduction box, new $300ono beer fridge $100 Ph 0407972090 Ph 0428504725 Nhill Plega Adjustable Bed, double

Bostich Nail Guns, 1x framing gun, 75mm nails, 1x rotary magazine for lighter work also nails, made in USA $400neg Ph 53524062 Ararat Furniture, Pine coffee table $100 size, touch button control to elevate back and legs, as new Box Trailer, 9x6x5, fully lockable pick up only Ph 0407357985 and alarm, reg- B80848 $2500 Ph Gas hot water heater, Junkers $2000 Ph 0409523448

0417526256 Small square baler, M.F 124, GC Builders plant and equipment, $2900 Ph 0419389693 Solar pump, bore or dam, mono aluminium planks, nail guns, model 2 MO222 MK 300 watt, scaffold, many and various includes floats, filter, cable, electric tools, water saw, tiles and safety wire, auto cut off, panel many more items, for inspection stand, no solar panel, no control Ph 0418554289 box, EC $1500 Ph 53564463 or Camping fridge, 3 way, 12v 240 0427670612 and gas, 35-40lt, chest cold mark Spray Tank Hardy, 1600L, 2, EC $400ono Ph 0429393549 fibreglass, $250 Ph 0428837235 Camping toilet, portable Spray tank, rapid spray, 2400Lt, chemical, chemicals as new $125 fiber glass $500 Ph 0408372666 Ph 0419571506

Stihl O5I Chainsaw, VGC, 26 Chainsaw, Poulan-pro, 51cc, 20” spare chains, 3 spare bars, $700 bar $400 Ph 0428504725 Ph 53583326 Chainsaw, Stihl 028, super Tank, 95,500ltr, galvanised maxi, 51cc, 16 inch bar, one owner, 2” outlet and ball valve, ladder, mint condition, workshop and field lockable access hatch, plus tested, 3 months warranty, $550 Ph 0439723289 extras $5000 Ph 0418304855

Poly pipe, 2” new and used, 1000m plus $990 inc GST Ph Generator, Honda Eui, 2.6 KVA, 0427797242 super quiet, built in eco-throttle, suitable to run microwave, computer etc, little use $1980 Ph 55701392 AH $120ono Ph 0427820638

Golf Buggy, “laser lite”, (not cart), electric, carry bag, charger, $280, as new, spare battery $100 Ph 53522123 or 0431215956 Ararat Gopher, 2009 Pride Pathrider, GC, minimum use $1000ono Ph 0428825553

REDUCED Trailer, any use, tailor made to house amazingly safe fishing/recreation boat, folding trailer with separate fuel compartments, folding draw bar, lifting lid that can have the boat on top, the ultimate holiday and weekender, only take the toys or tents you want out the rest gets locked up, instant roll out kitchen on wheels, fantastic and rare set up, pristine condition, more pictures available, Boat is perfect for local waterways, can carry in pieces to hidden waterways, full rig, 15hp OB, sounder and all safety gear, 4 door trailer, elec brakes, 2 compartments one for boating gear (inc motor and trailer), 2 fuel store areas, made for each other, Boat- KH605, Trailer- S95831 $10,000 Ph 0419553163

Gopher, DX, as new, has near 5 months warranty, cost $3500, sell $2500 Ph 53820896 Hay shed, Clear span, 38m x 22m x 7m high, 530 UB trusses and columns $72,000 inc GST Ph 0417384311

Timber Window, second hand, 1 fixed pane/2 sashes, 2693 long x 1268 high, GC $250 Ph 53581173 AH TORO Wheel Horse ride on Childs matching desk, chair and mower, 212.5 model, 12hp bookcase in peach and cream $200 Ph 0418175930 motor, GC $1000 Ph 53982486 Trailer, steel 6x4, GC $395 Ph 0427523317 Trampoline, childrens, good condition $50 Ph 53595285 or 0429200566 Wood Stove, black IXL, $500 Ph 53912149 Wood stove, Everhot, slow combustion, GC $250 Ph 0427797242 Woodchipper, redgum, Aust made with genuine Honda engine, 3” inlet for wood and large top inlet for shredding of grass and leaves, bought 2012, done 4 to 5hrs wk, 1 tank fuel, very quick and powerful operation, EC $1300 new, sell for $950 Ph 0400048550

Childs matching desk, chair, bookcase and side table in blue and cream, $230 Ph 0418175930

Household Items

Desk, 1680l x 760w x 690h, keyboard shelf $66 Ph 0419571506

2 1/2 seater, and 2 armchairs, fawn fabric, matching arm covers and throw cushions, all EC $550, for email photos Ph 0427550123 Ararat

Couch , 2 seater and 2 chairs $150 Ph 53820896 Cupboard/ TV unit, country look, solid wood, GC, large $450 Ph 0428915271 DB, Camelot black 4 poster, white curtains and mattress as new $1200 Ph 53502280

Desk, solid timber, walnut colour, 4 drawer, 1530l x 900w x 740h, $135 Ph 0419571506 Dickwick Magnet, queen-size, EC $80 Ph 0448825609 or 53810390

3pce lounge suite, recliners, brown leather, GC $330 Ph Dining Chairs, 2 x Straight Backed Edwardian $200 Ph 0408222466 53562301 Air conditioner, refrigerated Dining Table, walnut with metal portable Nobo Cool, EC, hardly legs, six fabric chairs $800 Ph used, view in Horsham $450 Ph 53822911 53836378 Dinning setting, extension Air conditioner, Westinghouse, laminated table, steal frames, hot and cold, suit medium room, 6 padded chairs, EC $250 Ph 0408100636 Stawell GC $120 Ph 0419571506 Double bed mattress and base, Bar fridge, Westinghouse $75 Ph EC, $400 Ph 53544240 53524298 Entertainment Unit, 1.45 x 0.50 x 0.55m, includes CD storage shelves and drawer $550 Ph 3640mm x 2110mm $250 Ph 53822911 0427581667 Stawell Fridge, 322lt, EC $150 Ph Sedar door, single slider with 53823833 1 window pane, 2735mm x Kitchen table, circular, one 2110mm $ 150 Ph 0427581667 metre, four metal and one cane Stawell Bedroom suite, matching trundle chairs $300 Ph 53822911 Sedar door, single slider with window pane either side, 1835mm bed, side tables, dressing table Leather lounge suite, Jason, 2 x 2110mm $200 Ph 0427581667 with mirror, desk with bookcase, recliners and 1 2 seater sofa, set of draws with bookcase, latte colour, as new condition Stawell $1200ono Ph 0417377497 Sofa Bed, EC $350 Ph rivergum green $500ono Ph Lift chair, electric, Jason Harbour 0427369453 0429238478 Town, ivory leather, VGC $675 Ph Sofa couch, Audio Sonic Bricks glass, 90 in panel 1800 x 53822711 TV 54cm, TV cabinet, Sony 1000, from shower wall, best offer Lounge suite, 3 seater with PlayStation 2 and set top box Ph 53991203 2 recliner chairs, EC, green, $150 the lot Ph 0409427556 Julie Cabinet, 4 draw, steel filing paid $1800, sell $500ono Ph Summer duct lifter, max height 0428820446 5.5, model 2118, $1200 Ph cabinet $66 Ph 0419571506 0419571506 Horsham Cabinet, steel, 2 door, 2 Lounge suite, Jacobean, GC $350 ono Ph 0400102881 shelf, 1000h x 900w x $55 Ph Lounge suite, Natuzzi, brown 0419571506 Italian leather, 3,2 and I seater Chair, Oscar electric lift, EC, plus ottoman, VGC $2500 Ph 0428842237 $600 Ph 0429954795

Garage Sale Table round resin, easy store, 4 steel chairs, EC $199 Ph 0412936307

Table top Arcade Machine, 21” high resolution VGA Monitor, 3 side - 2 player, flip screen function, 1066 games including Donkey Kong, Galaga, Frogga, Pacman, Street Fighter etc, free credit button, ideal Christmas gift, REDUCED Rotary Hoe, Hassett $1399 to arrange an inspection heavy duty, forward, reverse gear, Ph 0438981153 Ballarat Honda motor, 6.8hp, new blades Tent, Blackwolf Mojave SG6, as $900ono Ph 0407425689 new $330 Ph 0437009711 Pump, Hardi 1203/9, coupled to Honda 5hp motor w/gear reduction, max pressure, 15bar/220PSI delivering 90lts per/min $650 Ph 0428336397 Willaura

Household Items

Timber flooring, Cowley pine, 6” x 1” boards $900ono Ph 0429981984

Life Jackets, 5 in EC, waders in REDUCED! Hydraulic Landing Legs for Semi Trailer, with EC $150 Ph 0419505737 wheels, $400 Ph 0419323118 Mig Welder, 320 austmig S phase with traveller, heavy duty, EC, on Ride on lawn mower, Cox Orion, Dux hot water cylinder, twin transporter wheels $1600ono Ph 12HP $500 Ph 0418553990 Kaniva element, 315lt, made 2008 0427874213 $450ono Ph 53583336 Mig welder, WIA 150, gasless, Ride on mower, 12.5HP, white, 38” cut, EC, not $2000 just $1000 GC $400 0427340814 Ph 0428975203 Bill Motor, Tecumseh Enduro XL, 13.5HP, electric start, new Ride on mower, 38” cut, electric start, new battery, blade, bearings $720ono Ph 0428504725 $765 Ph 0409851412 Mountain bike 12spd, motorised bike , dual suspension, VGC, new Ride On Mower, Greenfield tyres, factory, built, 49cc, 2 stroke, 30”cut, brand new motor and $900ono Ph 0409611957 Stawell battery $1500 Ph 0458681119 Noritake (Evansdale) dinner Ride on mower, John Deere set, excellent condition, 8 STX38 model, hydro transmission, settings, 56 pieces, $400 Ph EC, one owner $1500 Ph 53521884 or 0400631460 Elec lift chair, navy leather, cloth 53825283 cover, on wheels, $700neg Ph Old School Desk, painted with Ride On Mower, White Cruise Matic, 38” cut, 12 HP $1500 Ph 0402632058 folk art $80ono Ph 53585499 0458681119 Engine, Honda, 4 stroke, 7HP, fair Olive trees for sale, 60 x 4-5’ 8” condition $200ono Ph 53821819 pots, $6each or $300 for the lot, ROK Electric Vacuum Blower, never used, still in box $100ono Exhaust fan, Kitchen Chef, also 4 succulent agave attenuata Ph 0447539415 $15each 8” pots 2’ Ph 53891209 900x500 $50 Ph 0427820638 Joe Roof battens, steel, 200lm, 40m, Extreme cooler esky, 4 stoke, Out Door Chairs, brand new half price $330 Ph 0418101778 new, 2HP, gas engine $600 Ph never used , 6 green $45ono Ph Rotary Hoe, Napier Grasslands, 53821047 model 707, 6’, HD 3pl $2500 Ph 53911989 Nhill Fire wood, $65 6x4 trailer, 11am Oxyacetylene, cutting 53826461 to 1pm Sundays, Porter Plant equipment, gauges etc, brand Sedar door, double slider Yard, Kalkee Rd 0419395683 new, CIG $420ono Ph 53826433 with window pane either side, Fire wood, olive, dry, very dense, beats red gum, keep this for year round supply, 6x4 trailer load $50 Ph 0418371448

For Sale Timber , Oregon, 10inch x 2inch x 54m, 8 inch x 2 inch x 36m, $1000 Ph 0419505737

Honda motor, stationary 11HP GX380, suit wood splitter, new carby and a/cleaner, GC $475 Ph 0411419516 Ararat

Harrows, precision rolling harrow, EC, hydraulic fold/life, adjustable to 25’ $7700 Ph 0409859084

For Sale

For Sale

GARAGE/Car boot SALE

•Sausage sizzle and cake stall on the day • Donations of saleable goods required •Sites available $10each Enquiries phone Karen 0428 972 280, for donations phone Karen 0428 972 280 and Shaine 0429 548 992

Saturday 10th, August – 8am

Horsham Urban Fire Brigade

35 Hamilton St, Horsham (enter via Clark St)


Household Items

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Kawasaki KX65, 2005 model, top end, just rebuilt, well looked after by 1 owner, child outgrown $1800ono Ph 0417584776

1988 Ford Ute, tarp and ladder rack, rego 10/14 B.B.D.L. mags, VIN JL4OJY11692C, DPZ112 $2200ono Ph 0427855030

2005 Hyundai Getz, 2 door, manual, red, 30,000kms, immaculate, one owner, UGK606 $8,500 inc RWC Ph 0447398338

Subaru wagon, manual, modal 1997, 6 months rego, roadworthy, tow bar, cargo bar, roof rack, AC, YTY728 $3500 Ph 0428504558

Quad bike 2x2, Yamaha 350, blue, new battery, goes great $1900ono Ph 0409611957 Stawell

1993 Magna, auto, c/control, E/ 97 Ssangyong Musso, 5cyl auto windows, reg 08/13, FSQ936 diesel, good goer, 330,000KM, VIN KPTFOBIBSVP102024 $500ono Ph 53542650 $3200ono Ph 0419118788 1996 VS Commodore sedan, V6 Dimboola auto, dual fuel, AC, CC, PXE048, Falcon ute 1991 model, manual, as is $1500 Ph 0428320200 dual fuel, PS, EC, 104,000km, 2001 Hyundai Accent, 5 door good tyres, good body, everything hatch, well maintained, RVK611 is good, OSB654 $4200 Ph $2000ono Ph 0427871651 53583324 or 0419388612 2002 Commodore wagon, auto, Ford AU II, Falcon station wagon, cruise control, mag rims, tow bar, 120,000km, AC, QWO115 $6000 UQO062 $3000 Ph 0419379564 Ph 0400821199

VW Golf, 2003, silver, manual, 155,000km, 4 new tyres, rego 9/13, EC, RWC, SNA705 $8500 Ph 53811606

Camero Legend series 2 2001, 350 chev, velvet drive, FMR, Bimini, 335hrs, tandem trailer, 6 month reg on both $18,000 Ph 0408372666

Oven/ grill/ ceramic stove top Westinghouse, 54cm upright , 2yo $700 Ph 0428915271 Pine Kitchen Dresser, solid, 2 piece $390 Ph 0427523317

Mags, Commodore, HSV 4 RMZ 450, 2008 fuel injected, 18x8, excellent condition, new never raced, EC, some spares tyres, REDUCED $1500ono Ph $5000 Ph 0417477974 0418529907 Rolling Chassis, Ford F100, Mitsubishi Triton hard lid and 1973, 3” dropped I-Beam roll bars, suits GLX-R model, front axles, 9” diff $3000 Ph blue, EC $1200 Ph 0434557919 0407350834 Rolling Chassis, Ford F100,

Suzuki DS80, 1990 model, GC, Sewing machine cabinet, and Malibu Response 1998 Bowrider, VIN: DC13A100738 $950ono Ph utility unit, Horn $125ono Ph fully optional, wake board tower, 0427801969 sound system, Bimini, wedge, V8, 0417571806 excellent family boat, for serious Single under bed, trundle, skier and boarded, 720hrs white metal, $120 Ph $29,900 Ph 0400562627 0427630051 Savage Seasprite, 3.8mt, 18HP,

1973, 3” dropped I-Beam front axles, 9” diff $3000 Ph Daihatsu Charade Centro 5D 0407350834 hatch, 1996, Super-economical run-around, Set of tyres and rims, Maxxis three-cylinder Bravo, 4 x LT225 / 75R16, 2 straight, mechanically sound, tyres x 30% left $150ono Ph regularly serviced and with good tyres, RWC, XHR 429, regrettable 0408397110 sale at $900 Ph 0448571811 Tow bar for BA-BF sedan, rated 1600kg auto, 1200kg manual Ford Ghia sedan, 1997, EC, auto, gas-petrol, 290,500km, 6 $200 Ph 0400917978 months reg, SPO928 $2400 Ph 0407247344

Table, laminate with padded Tohatsu Mankota travel cover, chairs, GC $50ono Ph finder, many extras, Gal trailer, boat reg AD189, trailer ES7971 0432635701 $4500 Ph 0419567468 Timber furniture, Diamond Creek, matching set, corner TV unit $250, coffee table $250, hall stand $100 each, price for full set is negotiable Ph 0417571806 Suzuki Motorbike, DR650 SE, 2010, low kms, 12 months Trundle bed and mattress, used reg, with RW $6500ono Ph Trades/boat Steel Full Length twice, EC $50 Ph 0408100636 Roof Rack, for std Ute tray, 0429139502 AH Stawell heavy duty,3.3mtrs x 1.37mtrs Tumble Dryer, gas/electric, VCG Stessl Trihull 2003, 4.80m, Triumph 07 Daytona Super $300 Ph 50837259 80HP, Yamaha 4 stroke, 195hrs, Sport 675, registered, RWC, $275 Ph 0427523317 SMTTMD10667304239 Tyres and rims, 4, 245/70R16 Wall unit/dresser, pine, 4 drawer, Muir electric anchor winch, many vin# Goodrich all terrain tyres, 50% extras, safe stable versatile boat $8000neg Ph 0499248287 2 cupboards, 2 shelves, 220H, wear, on steel rims to suit for fishing and skiing, HR801, 150W, 52D, 1 off piece, built Volkswagen - Harley Davidson Rodeo or similar $500ono Ph drive on Sea-link trailer Q39976 by a cabinet maker, $350 Ph $17,000 Ph 53826302 or Trike, 1600cc, Harley forks tank 0457810223 0427182015 seat, custom paint, $15,500 Ph 0427500934 Ute canopy, Challenge fibre 0437759798 Washing machine, Simpson glass, side and rear lockable Tinny boat, 11’ 10”, rego NT806, easy set, simple, 7.5kg $150 Ph trailer, rego U39943, mercury Yamaha Thunderace YZF1000R, windows, tinted, 1850W x 2080L, 53820764 8HP, 4 years warranty, 15 hr 1997, RWC, reg Dec 13, VGC, GC $1400 Ph 0428837235 Window double glazed, 2440 x work, anchor, oars, fuel tank, both regrettable sale, CQ450 $4500 Ute trays, steel, to suit Toyota 1315, cream trim, 2 panels, one rego 9/13, selling due to upsize Ph 0409551122 Landcruiser single cab, Toyota opening $400 Ph 53991203 $3000ono Ph 0407046393 Noel Hilux twin cab $1000 Ph 0429821171 Motor Vehicle Trailer, multi roller boat trailer, to suit 15-18ft boat, new tyres, 2 Accessories VS Commodore parts only, V6 Marine stage winch, B34913 $1500neg motor 6HVSK191SL857342, and Ph 53524062 Bullbar, aluminium, suit gear box $1200 Ph 0422249127 1984 Nissan Patrol $375 Ph 0411419516 Ararat

Motorcycles

19’ Haines Hunter deluxe, complete rebuilt, V8 on board motor with leg, 1/2 cabin with two beds, toilet and sink, unfinished project $8500 Ph 0403592891

Canopy Ute Back to suit std tray, near new cond, $1800 Ph 1989 Kawasaki KLR-250, 0418535801 EC, 19,500km, sport $2000 on restoration inc top-end over Ford C/chassis, trade tray with haul, new battery, brakes, tyres ladder rack, 4 lock cabinets excellent, suit someone wanting $1800ono Ph 0419571506 reliable bike for farm or off-road Hard lid cover, to suit 2008 dual $2000 Ph 53522617 after 7pm cab Hilux $500 Ph 0418553990 Kaniva

4.5 HP outboard motor, Mercury, with fuel tank $400ono Ph 0429170459 5.2 Stessl, centre console, 60HP evinrude, redco trailer, full floor 2005 Triumph Daytona 955i safety gear and extras $5500 Ph sports tourer, heaps of extras, 0429797173 performance motor, VGC, Boat for sale Nereus, 22’ out of 44,500km, rego 12/13, panniers 24’ mould, 1 owner, EC, VY143S tank bag included, DD692 $8500 POA Ph 0429676973 Robe Ph 0400923733 Boat, 3.6 metre, v shaped, 2006 Yamaha Pee Wee 80, aluminium $800ono Ph EC, hardly used $1600 Ph 0458681119 0409510232 Bronze Propeller, 12 inch with 2008 Baroni scooter 125cc 45inch x 1inch s/steel shaft petrol, 1100km, VGC, reg 07/13, $80neg Ph 53524062 Ararat IS576 $2000 Ph 0408222466 Ararat The Weekly Advertiser 2011 Suzuki GSXR 1000, first welcomes your advertising. registered May 2012, 1500km, We are required strictly by law EC, 1G4JM $13,800ono Ph 0412733385 to include specific information on some items when Honda CRF 230, 2010 model, publishing your advertisement. looks new, little use, comes with A snapshot of your obligations REC rego, 8004.A $4500 Ph are as follows: 0447188274 BOATS Honda CRF 450X, 2008, All advertisements for boats 2000km, immaculate condition, must include: 12 months reg, 6307E $7500 Ph • Hull number or 0408825688 registration number of Honda Fire Bade VTR 1000, the boat VCG, low km, after market If a trailer is included with the mufflers, RWC, YA982 $5500 Ph boat, the advertisement must 0458311922 also include: •

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Marine

Lounge, blue, 5 seat, with corner Catamaran, cheap, Alpha glass table, in good condition, Omega 4.5mtr, trapeze, race $250 Ph 0438332847 Karen, Nhill rigged w/ trailer, C50/253 $2500 Ph 53566236 Microwave, Sharp Carousel, R-2312S, never used, still in box, silver $170 Ph 53542787

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Hard Top, MGB Manton, good order, has been stored 30 years, $1000 Ph 0418529907 Holden Rodeo bucket seats, EC, grey colour, 2005 model $200 Ph 0434336394

HQ-HZ parts, 2 rear doors, minimal rust, HZ rear bumper, electric tailgate $250 Ph 0400923733 Low line canopy, suit HQ Holden $200 Ph 0427051897 AH

Honda VTR1000 Fire Storm 2003, 7,600Kms, BR594, new tyres, RWC, $8,000 Ph 0428941264 Mags, Commodore, 4 -17X7.5, Kawasaki 750 Zephyr, 1994, EC, excellent condition, new tyres, reg, IF181 $2600 Ph 0403827756 $800 ono Ph 0418529907

Hyundai Sonata, 94, silver, 245,000kms, VIN: KMHDF21FPSU242872 $1000ono as is Ph 0437964166 Amanda Mitsubishi Lancer, 2002, red, 155,000km, 2 door, spoiler, alloy mags, no RWC, rego 1/14, SBP178 $2800 Ph 0438210178

Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000 08 Holden VE Calais V Series, silver, auto, 106,000kms, leather, premier sound dvd, new tyres, EC XFP994 $17,500 Ph 0427902375 1999 Mercedes CLK Elegance, 4.3L V8 2 door coupe, silver, sunroof, 6 stacker CD, excellent car, deceased estate, 168,000km, SFE378 $16,999 Ph 53525675

1999 Toyota Hilux, dual cab, 4x4, diesel and gas, canopy, bull Ford Falcon BA 2003, 18” rims, bar, tow bar, side steps, driving new tyres, long registration, lights, VGC, 243,000km, RWC, lowered, cd player, factory PLW167 $14,250 Ph 0408504575 bluetooth, towbar, tinted windows, 2002 4.8 Nissan Patrol, sw, st, GC, RWC, ZFF456 $5900ono Ph duel fuel, manual with AC, CC, 0408131598 BB, T-B, S-steps, alloy wheels, Ford Falcon Forte, wagon, ideal for towing, 167,000km 2000, new tyres and exhaust, WEH493 $18,000ono Ph RWC, reg Jan 2014, 176,000kms, 53822654 or 0418521206 RGT973 $5800 Ph 0429859890 or 53910220

Peugeot 306, 1996, black 4 door hatchback, auto, reliable first car, sold with RWC, 3 months rego, NUF657 $2500ono Ph Ford TE50 T2, 2001, gunmetal 0438870835 grey, black/blue interior, leather REDUCED Mazda, Utility, 1987, sports seats, sun roof, 5spd B2000 cab plus, 5 speed, reg manual, 5ltr V8, 206,500kms, March 2013, good tyres, tbar, RYG555 $8000ono Ph PFO426 $875ono Ph 0402027023 0400573984 REDUCED Peugeot GL 504, 76 Holden 1997 VS S pack ute, model, auto, air cond, original black, AC, cruise, alloys, tub books and papers, runs and drives liner and tarp, new CD player, well, clean and tidy through out, tyres and AC serviced, WHK992 ideal club car, AZH163 $1150ono $5000ono Ph 0429672791 or Ph 53569340 or 0412482521 53861187 AH Suzuki Swift 1994, 137,000km, Holden 99 Vectra, 2.2 SL air, regularly serviced and maintained, auto, bucket seats, rego 1/14, FIX939 $2300 Ph 0418366776 VGC, PKJ542 $4600ono Ph Toyota Corolla 97, 5 door hatch, 53891504

2004 Holden VY tray ute, silver, auto, V6 dual fuel, EC, always serviced, RWC, XZY249 $11,800 Ph 0427902165

2006 Holden Rodeo crew cab LX, 5 speed manual, V6 3.5lt, AC, power and tinted windows, PS, factory T-bar, tub liner, T/ cover, E/brakes, full service history, 104,000km, RWC, rego auto, reliable, RWC, reg 11/13, Holden Astra 2002, 130,000km, 7/13, UMD449 $14,000 Ph 4 new tyres, 5spd manual, reg OIH578 $2500 Ph 0458002321 0418589280 VR Commodore Berlina, GC, 4/14, ZSW446 $6000ono Ph 2007 Ford BF ute, 8’ tray, 0400562993 auto, FQD909 $2000ono Ph auto, AC, PS, CD, T-bar, CC, Holden Astra, 2001, manual, 0427595378 or 0428578587 silver, local car, low kms, 110.000km, YRQ979 $10,500 RWC QVF654 $6000ono Ph AS IS $11,000 with RWC Ph Motor Vehicles 0408272406 Wheels, 18” Advanty mags, tyres 0447398338 $3000 - $10,000 no good $350 Ph 0427902165 Holden VZ Calais 2006, V6, 1979 924 Porsche, 2lt fuel 213,000km, lowered, mag wheels, 6G1ZX547X6L565592 injection, red in colour, engine VIN no XJOO2750 $5500ono Ph $10,000 Ph 0438017363 0429846313 or 0353846313 2008 Ford XR6 ute, BF MkII, 1981 Mitsubishi Scorpion, all immaculate condition, lowered, original, no rust, 138,000km, A1 sport exhaust, 19’ FPV condition, RWC, VIN GJ1P23 rims, WTW005 $19,000 Ph $4500ono Ph 0438851682 0400687514 Wheels, genuine set of Simmons 1995 VR Commodore ute, 3 pc 8” x 18 and 9” x 18, GC, white, 3.8lt auto, 3 seater, gas Hyundai Getz 2008, manual, with extra rubber, suit later Fords petrol, mags, new tyres, canopy, VGC, 41,000km, bluetooth, tinted $2500 Ph 0428824316 279,000km, SHY417 $3200 Ph windows, good car, cheap to run rego 1/14, WWL108 $7000 Ph 53582242 0458203564 Motor Vehicles 1997 Ford Fairmont Sedan, Under $3,000 auto, blue, 225,000kms, t/bar, Hyundai Getz, 2004, 197,000km, 2008 Nissan Navara, RX dual fuel, gas fitted Nov 2009, EC, WMG049 $3900ono Ph dual cab, tow and bull bar, low 1969 Toyota Corona, no rust suit 5 months rego with RWC, ideal 0419340555 kms, WWK651 $20,000ono Ph restoration, RT 40-610922 $600 first car or cheap to run family Mazda 323, Astina Shades 0432398279 Ph 54981227 or 0427981227 car, XIP138 $3250ono Ph Hatch, 2003, silver, manual, CC, 2009 Ford Fiesta Zetec, 0410017969 99,000kms, new tyres, full service silver low kms, VIN 2000 Commodore VT, history, one female owner, reg WFOJXXGAJJ9M69965, RWC Olympic edition, 127,000km, Nov 13, RWC, SNC481 $8200ono $17,000ono Ph 0418536230 VGC, QCL094 $5900ono Ph Ph 0418371448 BA XR6 turbo, 2003, phantom 0400016358 Ararat Mercedes Benz, 300ce 24, purple, 181,000km, new tyres, 1983 Gemini SL, EC, drives 2001 Holden Astra, 5 speed 1991 collectors item, 5spd auto, serviced regularly, GC, rego well, no rust, 4 speed, all manual, 7 month rego, RWC, sunroof, 2 door coupe, EC, nice 10/13, TCN887 $12,000 Ph original, excellent interior, good bluetooth and iPod connect, mags, tyres, as new, drives 0409435974 tyres, currently on club rego, not EC, RXN619 $6000ono Ph beautifully, tinted windows, white Falcon ute BA 2004, 159,000km, transferable, 02100H $2200 Ph over light grey YTL458 $7500 Ph 0497702238 hard lid, 18” rims, auto, VGC, 55851270 0419388612 or 53583324 TNA728 $10,500 Ph 0408315064 2002 Ford SR sedan, auto, blue, 1986 Commodore VL wagon, Reduced Holden VZ executive, 152,000km, reg 1/14, RWC, EC, red, un registered, mags, goes 2005, sedan, V6 auto, lowered, Ford 2010 WF Fiesta Zetec, TGA750 $4600 Ph 53581744 well, VIN 6H8VSK35HTL892093, 5x18” mags, 167,000kms, 12 grey, manual, RWC, 65,000km, $14,500ono Ph $700 Ph 0429314424 or 2002 Toyota Hilux, workmate months rego, RWC, must sell XRK314 with RWC, 126,000km, TGT542 ASAP, ZFW443 $7000ono Ph 0429821730 or 53881390 AH 0420617606 0409439145 Holden 2007 VE Commodore, 1987 Honda Civic wagon, uses $7500 Ph 53821264 no oil, 4 new tyres, selling as is, 2003 Ford XR6 turbo, auto, SS Commodore 2001, red, black, 18’ mags, AC, cruise DPO989 $500ono Ph 54662335 168,000km, VGC, SLG624 $9000 170,000km, 6 speed, ZKG125 control, EC, 124,500km, reg 4/14, Ph 53502273 ZUU407 $15,000 Ph 0438825529 $10,000 Ph 0428913235 evenings only


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Motor Vehicles over $20,000

Holden Astra, CDX Coupe, 2006, silver, leather interior, auto, alloy wheels, t/wind, full options, EC, 58,000kms, UUI819 $11,500 Ph 53852687 Holden Berlina, 2007, sedan, auto, 60,000kms, registered and 2006 Toyota Hilux, 141,300km RWC, silver, XAH814 $18,990ono on clock only, SR5 mags, alloy tray, bullbar, under tray tool Ph 0428851853 boxes, tow bar roof console, reg Holden Commodore VE SV6, 2/14, EC, ULX779 $28,000 Ph 2007, red, auto, good tyres, 53592330 Norm 117,000kms, EC, WBE958 Nissan Navara ST, 2009, 2.5 $17,500 Ph 0429919296 turbo diesel, auto, canopy, towbar, electric brakes, tinted windows, Dec rego, 120,000km, XJQ721 $28,900ono Ph 0409373807

Musical Instruments

Sports Equipment

Sports Equipment

Brass trumpet, Yamaha, Bicycle mens Giants, never genuine, students with black carry used, paid $650, sell $350 Ph case, EC $600 Ph 0417162420 0408313004 Casio keyboard, as new, 61 piano keys, not a toy, sustain pedal $360 Ph 53982366

Gym, Health Monster multiple home gym, in good order, $350 Ph 0428504725

Electronic Organ, Lowrey, double row keys, VGC $500 Ph 53991203

Recurve bow, 60lb, with spares $200 Ph 0438388195 Stawell

Flute, original Yamaha, 2nd hand, YFL245 Japan, very good $325 Ph 0438328693 Bike, ladies Progear hybrid, 15”, hardly used $300 Ph 0418330680

Home gym, York 2001, for removal, price is negotiable Ph 0417571806

Treadmill, good as new bought for $1300, sell $500 Ph 0409269394

York Fitness Compact 1, 12 weights, 10LB - 120LB, leg and Bowls, Henselite, standard 5 arm pulls $300 Ph 0488068251 $200 Ph 53822711

Toyota Hilux, 4x4 2008 SR, 3.0L TD, 5-spd manual, dual cab, bullbar, sidesteps, TB, tonneau cover, 30,000kms, RWC, March 14 rego, WHI560 $37,990 Ph Pearl forum series drum kit, Mercedes Benz A170, 2006, 53822339 smokey chrome, 6 piece set, 2 black metallic, auto, 109,000km, Toyota Rav4 CV, 2010, auto, cymbals and HI hat, inc softening 1 year rego, YJW614 $10,500 Ph AWD, 46,500kms, YQV749 pads $800 Ph 0488943644 $25,000 Ph 0410710143 0479147331 Sherrie Pedal Organ, old $300 Ph Nissan Patrol 2001, turbo 53562301 diesel, silver, RWC, EC, rego Piano, upright, steel framed, 4WD 22/05/13, QVY280 $15,000ono tunes to concert pitch, suit Ph 53523997 or 0403367208 2005 Toyota Prado Grande, beginner to intermediate, local Subaru Liberty GT, 2005, auto, 4.0lt, V6 EC, 139,000km, RWC, delivery neg, $680neg Ph blue, full service history, leather towbar, E/brakes, R/sensors, 0419517595

Compound bow, Bear Mauler, 70lb, near new $550 Ph 0438388195

Wanted To Buy

Campervan, motorhome, pop Cross trainer, programmable, top, transit or similar, diesel, GC $200 Ph 53894232 or moderate kms, RWC, AC 0428894232 preferred Ph 0404083722 Golf Clubs, men’s, RH Callaway Mitsubishi 3000 V6 or Magna for driver, Brosnan Woods and irons motor only, 93-96 model DG Ph 0427523317 $150 Ph 0428530908

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Toyota Corolla sedan, white, auto, RWC, new tyres, tinted windows, EC, 110,000km, 12 months rego, WXV655 $12,400 Ph 0407320093

Urgent Sale VY Series II, manual, rego 8/13, new 18’ tyres and rims, pacemaker extractors and sports exhaust, lowered, SS interior, window tint, EC, ZNZ753 $12,499ono Ph 0437744630 Volvo 2004, SWD097 $12,000ono Ph 53521951

Motor Vehicles over $20,000 2004 Toyota Landcruiser Prado Grande, 4lt petrol, one with the lot, full electrics, windows, sunroof and seats, built in GPS, DAC, cruise, bull bar, side steps, driving lights, EC, SOD158 $24,800ono Ph 0429744666 The Weekly Advertiser welcomes your advertising. We are required strictly by law to include specific information on some items when publishing your advertisement. A snapshot of your obligations are as follows: ROAD VEHICLES All advertisements for road vehicles must include a price, as well as: • A registration number, if registered • Either an engine number, VIN or chassis number if the vehicle is not registered.

Pianola, with many rolls, needs work, pick up from Ararat $400 Ph 50701341

Real Estate

Allotments - Halls Gap. Proven area for sound investment. Mitsubishi Pajero 2001gls Fully serviced. Average size Wagon, 7 seat, V6 petrol 1200m². Magnificent views. From 3.5Lt, 5 speed auto, blue/silver, $119,000. Ph 0447582100 234,000km 9 month rego, RWC, RDM345 $13,500 Ph 0418373643 Block For Sale, 4.6 acres, 1.86ha, town water/power, 99 Mitsubishi Pajero, 4WD, 7 Old Hamilton Road Haven Ph seater, XAU667 $5800 Ph 0438823814 0427828420 or 53822613 Glenorchy Area, 625acres, suitable sheep cropping, 4 bedroom brick home, extensive garden, excellent fencing divided 12 paddocks, approx 60 acres Sown Lucerne, shedding includes machinery, hay, workshop and shearing shed, $1300neg per acre Ph 53590339 Nissan Patrol ST wagon 2001, 3.0Lt turbo diesel, EC, 10 months House for Removal, 4 bedrooms, rego, UHF radio, QJN141 aluminium clad, weatherboard, 10 mins from Horsham, reasonable $17,500 Ph 0409149395 offers considered Ph 53822495 Toyota Hilux SR5, dual cab, 2003, green, V6, 5-spd manual, House For Removal, Large 80,000kms, roll bar, canopy weather board farm home, 8ft SEE231 $16,500 Ph 0427946640 veranda all around, Rainbow area REDUCED $18,000ono Ph Toyota Hilux, 1995 dual cab, 0429951113 grey, 6 seater, 4x4, 2.8 diesel, AC, PS, bullbar, towbar, Wal Wal Land, 145 acres for sale steps, snorkel, canopy, mags, , on 3 titles Ph 53596244 267,000km, TFX738 $7900 Ph 53582242

Sound & Vision

Bass Amp, Gallien Krueger, 400RB combo, 15in, with back liner, 4 x 10 bin, near new condition, $1200 Ph 0428837235 Toyota Landcruiser wagon, 100 series, diesel, non turbo, many extras, phone for details, TMR324 $18,990 Ph 53595285 or 0429200566

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Canon Pixma iP100, portable, rechargeable printer, carry satchel, EC $220 Ph 0419571506 Car sound system, AM/FM CD, AUX and USB, speakers, amps, double subwoofer, manual, instruction booklets $999 Ph 0488394645

Digital karaoke Juke Box for Amplifier, Leem, multiple, KA252, sale (or hire), digital, LCD screen, from $1800 Ph 0419563479 as new $500 Ph 50841281

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5 Acres 4BR house, Ararat $260,000 Ph 0408501630

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Fit Freeland fires Trounson avoids trumping B

ob Freeland, a ‘class of 1966’ foundation member of Stawell Amateur Athletic Club sacrificed a week of ‘beer and biscuits’ to win his first ever 16-kilometre Charlie Jones Handicap in the Stawell Ironbarks last Saturday.

Freeland, 63, likes a beer but he is otherwise a dedicated adherent to a healthy diet and a rigid training routine. The veteran has won a dozen or more races over shorter distances with the club in its 47 year history but in recent times has battled weight and an achilles tendon problem and wins have been scarce. “I’m seven kilograms lighter than I was a year or so ago. I’m running 10 kilometres every day, swimming a kilometre a day, I’m enjoying it and can’t get enough of it,” he said. “Every Monday night at Central Park I’m training a group of runners of all ages and abilities in an intensive speed session – anyone can come along – and that’s helped me too.” Three of Freeland’s ‘disciples’ finished behind him in the race.

After five seconds and one third in six races this season the relentless Jack Trounson, at his 575th start, finally shook off the bridesmaid tag to score a popular win in the eightkilometre Ian and Janice Wilson Ararat Motor Inn Handicap at Ararat last Sunday.

In preparation for the 16km, Freeland ran a strong 15km at Halls Gap during the week and that was enough to help withstand a spirited challenge from another veteran Peter Barham who had tested himself over 22km just to make sure he could run the distance. Finishing as strongly as he started, Freeland had 21 seconds to spare from Barham, a methodical runner who builds gradually into a race. Recent winner Rachel Coverdale continued to build on her form and fitness and was third on handicap, but fastest of all was ‘Super’ Susie Ellis was out to make time and did just that covering the distance in an impressive 71.21 minutes.

The irony is that the evergreen, whose body has endured a pounding over 90,000 kilometres of racing and training in a long and distinguished career, was almost upstaged by Sam Gason, a green, 20-year-old debutant, who might have toppled the pre-race favourite but for an unscheduled pit-stop just 400 metres from the finish.

In the Sub-Junior division of the race Logan Casey had just 0.06 seconds to spare from his brother Jacob at the end of a hotly contested 1.5km. Promising 10-year-old Liam Davey ran fastest time of 6.07 minutes. Race action returns to the Ironbarks on Saturday for the five kilometre Steve Baird Handicap. Meet at the North Park Clubrooms at 1.30pm. Fun runners are welcome. Keith Lofthouse

DEDICATED: Stawell Amateur Athletic Club veteran Bob Freeland powers to victory in the 16-kilometre Charlie Jones Handicap in the Stawell Ironbarks last Saturday.  Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Trounson was unaware of the drama unfolding behind him after finally overhauling the reinvigorated laststart winner Brad Makovec who thought he might be able to go back-to-back after winning the Trounsonsponsored race only a week before. “Brad gave me a real scare,” the 64-year-old

GOT IT MAID: Stawell and Ararat Cross Country Club member Jack Trounson avoids a ‘bridesmaid’ tag with a breakthrough win in Ararat last Sunday.  Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Trounson said. “I didn’t think I was going to catch him but at the 2km mark he just seemed to run out of legs and then I just had to put my head down and hope that no one came from behind me.” Gason, in fact, was closing fast, swooping past Makovec and looking a real threat to the tireless veteran,

but suddenly succumbing to a stomach upset, forcing a stop at the business end of the race. It was a timely win for Trounson who leaves next month on an extended motor tour and won’t return to the club until very late in the season. Keith Lofthouse


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Caretakers for Stawell S

hane Field and Jamie Solyom will be senior caretaker coaches with Stawell Football Club for the rest of this season after the sudden resignation of onfielder leader Tim Seymour.

Warrior’s president John Griffiths confirmed that Seymour, in his first year leading the club, had resigned because of pressing family needs. “His decision certainly came as a surprise, especially after we had our first win for the season. But we certainly understand his circumstances,” Mr Griffiths said Seymour is a father of four and

he and his wife are expecting another child.

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ACROSS THE LEAGUES Wimmera – Warrack Eagles 13.19 (97) d Ararat 5.8 (38), Stawell 15.12 (102) d Horsham RSL Diggers 4.13 (37), Dimboola 16.9 (105) d Horsham Saints 9.13 (67), Horsham 12.17 (89) d Minyip Murtoa 7.11 (53) Ladder: Dimboola 32, 199.35; Horsham 24, 193.64; Horsham Saints 24, 136.82; Warrack Eagles 20, 106.29;Minyip Murtoa 20, 104.72; Nhill 16, 75.95; Ararat 12, 61.72; Stawell 8, 66.37; Horsham RSL Diggers 4 49.11

His resignation as both player and coach came a day after the Warriors scored a win over Horsham RSL Diggers.

Horsham District – Kalkee 19.19 (133) d Edenhope Apsley 10.11 (71), Harrow Balmoral 15.13 (103) draw Rupanyup 16.7 (103), Swifts 17.17 (119) d Noradjuha Quantong 14.3 (87), Natimuk 12.8 (80) d Pimpinio 7.15 (57), Laharum 35.34 (244) d Taylors Lake 3.3 (21)

“Assistant coach Shane Field and Jamie Solyom, who has been a senior coach in the past will stand in for the rest of the season,” Mr Griffiths said. Seymour, who grew up in Albury-Wodonga, joined the club from Melbourne’s Western Region League division-one club North Footscray. He was previously inaugural playing coach for Cairns City Lions in Queensland.

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Ladder: Kalkee 36, 362.95; Laharum 32, 219.64; Edenhope Apsley 32, 165.18; Swifts 24, 93.06; Natimuk 20, 97.38; Rupanyup 18, 99.40; Harrow Balmoral 18, 93.57; Noradjuha Quantong 16, 123.78; Pimpinio 4, 45.83; Taylors Lake 0, 16.55 Mallee – Walpeup Underbool 15.14 (104) d Beulah 15.12 (102), Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers 18.11 (119) d Hopetoun 9.9 (63), Jeparit Rainbow 9.13 (67) d Woomelang Lascelles 8.16 (64) Ladder: Beulah 28, 163.97; Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers 28, 145.56; Walpeup Underbool 24, 141.33; Woomelang Lascelles 16 99.72; Ouyen United 12, 103.13; Jeparit Rainbow 8, 49.06; Hopetoun 0, 55.28 Shane Field

Mininera – Lismore Derrinallum 12.16 (88) d Hawkesdale Macarthur 7.12 (54), Great Western 16.15 (111) d Woorndoo Mortlake 8.11 (59), Glenthompson Dunkeld 12.11 (83) d Tatyoon 10.14 (74), Moyston Willaura 15.9 (99) d Caramut 4.18 (42), Wickliffe Lake Bolac 26.16 (172) d Ararat 5.6 (36), Penshurst 16.12 (108) d SMW Rovers 14.9 (93) Ladder: Wickliffe Lake Bolac 32, 195.28; Moyston Willaura 28, 140.84; SMW Rovers 26 145.73; Penshurst 24, 173.50; Glenthompson Dunkeld 20, 117.62; Hawkesdale Macarthur 16, 110.37; Tatyoon 16, 92.55; Lismore Derrinallum 10, 83.56; Great Western 8, 87.48; Caramut 8, 80.79; Ararat 4, 56.52; Woorndoo Mortlake 0, 36.95

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SPORT report

Panthers challenge for fifth spot can penetrate the Edenhope-Apsley backline led by Jeremy and Bernie Kealy and Chris Oliver. All year the Baggies have missed a key forward, placing pressure on the likes of Zac Salmi and coach Paul Hanns to keep the scoreboard ticking over.

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huge challenge awaits out at Natimuk this week as the hometown Rams host Rupanyup with fifth spot as well as bragging rights up for grabs. The last time these sides met, the Rupanyup quarter-time address fired up the young Rams and they were never headed. The likes of Tim Friend, Jamie Elliott, Ash and Jeremy Pekin will be keen to inflict two losses in the one year on Rupanyup. Rupanyup’s big men possibly hold the key to the game. If Nick Johnston can give first use of the ball to his engine room of Glenn Wyatt, Nathan Sasche and Noel Jorgenson it allows Matt Tyler to stay close to goal and put the Natimuk backline under pressure. David Lang and Andrew Tyler will also add to the forward firepower for Rupanyup and the question will be whether Natimuk has the defensive personnel to contain the Rupanyup trio. Natimuk coach Dylan Wright boldly introduced youngster Kyle O’Connor to senior football a few weeks back and the Rams’ hierarchy will be hoping he can continue to kick goals and take pressure off the likes of Wright, Friend and the other key forwards. The Rams will need plenty of goal kickers if they are to get over the line.

Tigers, Kees The blustery wet plains are where visiting Pimpinio will go to clash with rampaging premiership favourite Kalkee. Kalkee showed its dominance last week and in the absence of Adam Carter, big Grant Schultz stepped into the breach slotting home five goals. The problem for the Tigers’ backline, led by Simon Risson and Alex Hill, will be how to contain the big forwards in Schultz, Josh Beddison and Adam Carter if he returns because the trio trouble the scoreboard attendants with regular monotony.

James Dixon and Matt Cranage are key targets for the Saints, Dixon usually attracting the best defender with good reason because of his ability to rack up goals quickly.

So close, co far It will again be a case of so close, so far for Harrow-Balmoral when it travels to Laharum this week. So close, because the Roos sit two points outside the five. So far, because they run into the red-hot Demons. By the end of Saturday the Roos will sit at least four or possibly six points from finals contention. The Roos aren’t on their own as they try to formulate a plan to stop Laharum’s key forwards from making the scoreboard spin at regular intervals. RAM JAM: Natimuk’s Ryan Malloy, pictured in action against Laharum’s Sam Winfield, leads a group of improved performers for the Rams under new coach Dylan Wright. Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES

Liam Jakobi will need to be at his best to stop Jake Hobbs in the aerial contests. If Hobbs wins in the air the big bodies of Tim Wade, Steve Schultz and Paul Christian will give their forwards an armchair ride. Pimpinio forwards Sam Turmine and Dylan Baker will need to make the most of every opportunity to keep the Tigers in the game and if they can’t wrap their dukes around the ball they need to make sure they get it to ground so the likes of Cam and Ryan Ellis can get a score on the board. Darcy and Todd O’Connor and Dylan Arnott will toil manfully but with their lighter bodies will struggle to stop the premiership favourites from posting another win.

Bounce back Noradjuha-Quantong will bounce back onto the winners list and into finals contention by putting Taylors Lake to the sword this week. The Bombers’ forward line led by the Shane

Oakley, coach Adam Hall and youngster Sam Weddell will be salivating in anticipation of the opportunities presented to them by the likes of Matt Ward, Brent McIntyre and Jason Kerr. A Taylors Lake backline led by veteran Brent Monaghan and Luke Robertson will work overtime to propel numerous Bomber sorties. Aaron Lewis and Jason Weir provide plenty of grunt in the midfield and their battle with the likes of Ward and McIntyre will be bruising. When the ball spills free the Lakers will lack the leg speed to kerb the young Bombers. Down the highway the match of the round will involve the third and fourth sides doing battle in a game that will provide an indication of how far Swifts have the come in recent weeks. Edenhope-Apsley was disappointing last week but the injury-riddled Saints are safe in the top three and a win against the Swifts will shut the door. The big question will be whether the Baggies

Shannon Argall and Jason Przibilla have been in outstanding form and the Roos don’t boast a lot of height to bring them down. Harrow-Balmoral might have to turn the game into a shootout to grab the points and then rely on Brent Penny and Tim Cogger repeating their performance from last week. Harrow-Balmoral coach Brent Forsyth has led from the front all year and with Dave Vickery provides the basis of a solid midfield. Their battle with Robbie Miller and Sam Winfield should be a beauty but in the end the Demons boast more class through the likes of Hamish Roberts, Andrew Combe and Zac Price.

HDFL round 11 Laharum v Harrow-Balmoral at Laharum Kalkee v Pimpinio at Kalkee Natimuk v Rupanyup at Natimuk Noradjuha-Quantong v Taylors Lake at Quantong Swifts v Edenhope-Apsley at North Park

Magpies and Bulldogs in red-hot encounter MININERA DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE By JONATHAN BOX

Round 10 of Mininera and District Football League this weekend will feature undefeated Wickliffe-Lake Bolac taking on SMW Rovers. Last week after a terrible first quarter, SMW Rovers were six goals down to Penshurst by the first break. But after the efforts of Billie Leskosek with nine goals and the best efforts of Tyler Mason, Nathan Cahir and Brady Curran, the Rovers come within four points of victory in the

last quarter. However Penshurst was too good and claimed a 15-point victory.

The Bulldogs this week will be looking for a team effort and 21 contributors to claim a big scalp by upsetting Wickliffe-Lake Bolac. A win would keep the side in touch with the top five. Wickliffe-Lake Bolac continued its domination of the league last week with a 136-point drubbing of Ararat Eagles. Long-time Magpie Daniel Smith led the charge, kicking eight goals, which earnt him best-on-field honours. Other players who found themselves in the Magpies’ best were Jason Quinlivian, Josh Keys and big

man Bradley Keilar. The Magpies will be looking to all their players to step up and continue their strong season. Glenthompson-Dunkeld travels to Hawkesdale to take on the Hawkesdale-Macarthur Eagles. Glenthompson-Dunkeld gave itself breathing space in the top five when it defeated seventh-placed Tatyoon last week. The Rams led all day in a close encounter and finished up victors by nine points. Carl Joyce, Laurie Gordon and Scott Day all dominated for the Rams and they will be looking for a similar performance this week to get themselves three games clear of sixth-placed Hawkesdale-Macarthur.

Hawkesdale-Macarthur needs a win to stay in touch with the finals after last week going down to LismoreDerrinallum. Lachlan Reichman was the team’s only multiple goal scorer for the day with two while Murray Habel and Jeremy Gleeson provided best-on-ground performances along with Andrew Boss and Sam Grinter. These players will again need to stand up.

Rivals Second-placed placed MoystonWillaura, with only one loss for the season, takes on its closest rivals Ararat. Last week Moyston-Willaura had a convincing 57-point win. However it could have been a different story

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if Caramut had been more accurate in front of goals, kicking 4.18. John Van Der Waal led the charge in front of goal with four majors, while Brian Thomas, Jacob Johnson and Aaron Neal provided plenty of run and supply. Ararat is struggling for a win despite the efforts of James Dalkin, Nathan Wemyss and Thomas Taurau. This week will be no exception as it will be a tough ask taking on the Pumas at Moyston. To complete this round Great Western plays Penshurst, Tatyoon hosts Caramut and Lismore-Derrinallum travels to Woorndoo to take on the Woorndoo-Mortlake Tigers.


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Door swings wide open for Nhill WIMMERA FOOTBALL LEAGUE

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hill faces a tantalising prospect of drawing equal on points with fifth-placed MinyipMurtoa if it can upset the Burras in Wimmera Football League this weekend. The Tigers, amid considerable offfield controversy, have quietly put themselves into a position on the field where they can challenge for the finals. A boilover victory over MinyipMurtoa on home soil would fall short of elevating the group into the top five. But it would put it in the hunt and set up a critical match it should win against Horsham RSL the following week. Nhill is hovering in football’s noman’s land on the edge of the five with a three-four win-loss record so far this season. Yet Warrack Eagles and Minyip-Murtoa, perhaps commanding greater respect from armchair analysts, are so far only one win and percentage better than the Tigers. Nhill made ground on the leaders when its turn to collect free points from a bye came last week. It followed the club’s three-point roundseven win over Ararat at Ararat of which the importance has now become glaringly obvious. Suddenly the Tigers appear right in the hunt, something that won’t be lost on the Minyip-Murtoa brains trust and team leaders. Minyip-Murtoa couldn’t stay on the pace with Horsham last week and would be looking at the Nhill game as an opportunity to steady the ship.

SIZZLING: Dimboola onballer Andrew Seers, shepherded by team-mate Clancy Bennett, has been in superb form since making the switch from Horsham District Football League club Taylors Lake this season. Bottom left, Nhill’s Adam Bound has been a consistent performer for the Tigers. Bottom right, Horsham’s Billy Lloyd is one of the Demons’ in-form young guns.  Pictures: WILLAMY IMAGES

An interesting statistic from the Burras’ outing against the Demons was a lack of multiple goal-kickers which either means the group has plenty of avenues to goal or that it has trouble straightening up when pushing forward. Skilful duo Brayden Ison and Clinton Midgley loom as potential targets in the teeth of goals and it might be that the Burras simply need to get the ball into their hands more often. Minyip-Murtoa has no shortage of running players with Kade Petering leading the crop last week and John Delahunty providing versatility across the ground. But Nhill has a good running fleet, capped off by slick Matt Jones. Will Kelly was the primary goalkicker for the Tigers last outing and the likes of Adam Bound and Nathan

Devanny won accolades for their efforts. From a Nhill perspective the consistent good form of Simon Brearley is also worth noting. Minyip-Murtoa should win but the Tigers are more than capable of causing an upset, particularly at home.

Roos and Rats Sixth-placed Ararat is also searching for points but will have to wait at least another week. The Rats are two games outside the five and run head-on into a competition-leading Dimboola in full flight. Regardless of what many consider one of the best home-ground advantages in the competition, Ararat doesn’t have the firepower to match the visiting Roos. Few clubs would be satisfied with a noble loss but that’s what the Rats, struggling with a lack of percentage, might simply have to be content with on Saturday. Dimboola brushed highly fancied Horsham Saints aside to the tune of about six goals last week and will consider Ararat on Saturday and Stawell the following week as warmups for a July 6 clash with Horsham. The Roos’ Ash Clugston is on Toohey Medal pace and it seems, in this year’s high-quality Dimboola side that no opposition defender can quell his influence.

Ararat fell short of the mark against Warrack Eagles last outing, a struggle to find enough goal-kickers again a major issue. Liam Cavanagh, Nic Maddison and Harry Ganley led the cause while Alan Batchelor and Aaron Searle again provided the opposition with plenty to think about.

Inkster Warrack Eagles, meanwhile, need to bolster their winning record and would have plans to add Stawell to a kill list at Warracknabeal. But the Eagles will take on a Warriors outfit fresh from a breakthrough and confidence-boosting win against Horsham RSL Diggers.

Stawell successfully closed down the Diggers’ avenues to goal last week with ruckman and now joint caretaker coach Shane Field leading the way. Young players such as Toby Reid, Jackson Dark and Zac Marrow were also good. Fans will wait with interest to see what impact the resignation of coach Tim Seymour has on the group. Eagles fans have been able to watch talented coach Tim Inkster in full flight in the last couple of weeks. Inkster kicked five goals against Ararat and shared the spoils with strong Peter Weir, who also bagged five. Scott Adams is set for a big aerial battle with Field and Ben Spicer and Jake Cheney and will attempt to apply the defensive screws again. A clash between Horsham City Oval co-tenants Horsham and Horsham RSL Diggers completes the round. Horsham, like Dimboola, is in solid mid-season form and that spells danger for the under-performing Diggers. It’s Horsham’s young guns who are setting the pace at the moment with Rhona Conboy and Billy Lloyd shining last week. The Diggers have lost one of their best defenders in Ben Devlin with a serious leg injury, which will place huge responsibility on the shoulders of in-form Luke Chamberlain. Despite the efforts of Brodie Mines, Justin Cozens and Joel Owins the Diggers won’t be able to match the Nic Pekin-led Demons out of the middle.

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Demons and Cats fight for fourth after victory last week and will need Elliot Bath to get on top at the clearances, while Heath Clugston provides experience through the middle.

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Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers will grab victory by 36-points, but expect the Lakers to produce a strong performance.

eulah has suffered its first loss of the Mallee Football League season after WalpeupUnderbool kicked a goal on the siren to claim victory by just two points.

Cats and Blues Woomelang-Lascelles will welcome Beulah to Woomelang.

Jeparit-Rainbow managed to snatch its second win for the season with a determined performance against Woomelang-Lascelles, while Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers had a comfortable 56-point victory over Hopetoun. This week will see another exciting round, with both WoomelangLascelles and Ouyen United looking to claim fourth position. Hopetoun will travel to Ouyen to take on the Demons in what is a must-win game for the home side. Ouyen United sits in fifth position on the ladder, just four points adrift of Woomelang-Lascelles in fourth spot. Hopetoun is still searching for its first win of the season and will find the going tough against a quick Demons team. Cade Wellington produced his best game for the Hopetoun Devils last week and will need to find the same

MALLEE round 11 Ouyen United v Hopetoun at Ouyen Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers v JeparitRainbow at Sea Lake Woomelang-Lascelles v Beulah at Woomelang Walpeup-Underbool bye

Woomelang-Lascelles needs to win this game to stay four points clear of Ouyen United, but the Blues will be out for revenge after their first loss of the season. New player Nyaburu Kelly was fantastic for the Cats in his first game last round, while Joel Donnan is in terrific form across the half backline.

ELEMENTARY, WATSON: Jeparit-Rainbow half-forward Andrew Watson takes a mark in the Lakers’ three-point win over Woomelang-Lascelles at Rainbow on Saturday. Watson kicked two crucial goals.

Donnan will have his hands full with Beulah centre half forward Dennis Redden. Redden had a quiet game last round, and will be out to put in a big performance to ensure Beulah gets the win.

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form again if his side is going to be any chance of taking home a win. Zac Robins and David Baulch are continually performing well in defence for Hopetoun, but are lacking support that is seeing the opposition’s key forwards getting on top. Damian Cupido will pose big problems for the Hopetoun back half, and could prove to be the difference up forward. The Devils will need Bryce Wellington to find form in attack while Luke Carr has continually performed in front of goals this season. Young players Ben Mole and Josh Langdon have started to play strong

footy for Ouyen United and will use their speed to run and carry from the back half line. Peter Caldow always puts in a good performance in the middle while Jerry Wilson can break teams open on a wing. The speed and skill of Ouyen United will be too much for Hopetoun, which will overcome the Devils by 20 points.

Top two Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers will be looking to cement themselves in the top two when they take on JeparitRainbow at Sea Lake Victory over the Lakers will see the Tigers grab a two-game break on

Walpeup-Underbool which has the bye and resides in third position. The Tigers will again look to key forward Cliff Ryan to do the damage in front of goals. Ryan booted nine goals last round in a best-on-ground performance. Jeparit-Rainbow will struggle to find someone who can match the strength of Ryan, and the job of curbing his influence might fall on Simon Clugston. Tom Summerhayes will use his run to bring the Tigers out of defence, while Stephen Lyons will be there to stop any forward thrusts for the Lakers. Jeparit-Rainbow will be pumped up

There will be a good battle through the midfield with Beulah’s Micah Buchanan and Tyler Lehmann up against Trent Donnan and Corey Kelly. The depth of the Beulah midfield should see the Blues take over in the second half. Jayden Lonergan is always dangerous up forward for the Cats and the Blues will most likely turn to Rory Shannon to take him out of the game. These two teams always put in a tough match, and this time is set to be no exception. Beulah will prove to be too good in the end and overrun the Cats by 24 points. Walpeup-Underbool has the bye.

Marshman’s Final Folly in Morphettville success Once the starting stalls burst open McKechnie made good use of her inside gate placing Final Folly in a commanding position behind race leader Richoman. Following the pace-makers, the pair enjoyed an easy passage for most of the race and as the field swept up to the home turn a clear run presented on the rails with the gelding soon finding himself challenging for the lead.

Former Glen Isla trainer Barb Marshman ventured to Morphettville racecourse in Adelaide last Saturday with her consistent galloper Final Folly. The six-year-old gelding took his place in a 2500-metre handicap with Horsham-based hoop Holly McKechnie in the saddle for the $34,000 event. South Australian bookies rated the duo a 13-1 chance on the old betting scale ignoring Final Folly’s strong Victorian form.

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In brief • Along with Dean Yendall’s win at Echuca he also enjoyed successes aboard Hard Romp at Sandown last Wednesday and Clang And Dazzle at last week’s Warrnambool meeting.

Horses to follow • Up The Creek was an impressive winner at last Monday’s Echuca meeting and looks to have a nice future and possibly could make the step-up to Metropolitan grade. Would pay to follow. • Darryl Dodson’s God Help Us was a close up second placing at last Saturday’s Morphettville meeting in Adelaide. Look for this horse to improve sharply. • Josh Mackay is treasurer and executive of Horsham and District Racing Club.

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Ford buyers stick with Falcon, Territory More than 80,000 potential Ford buyers will stick with locally made cars until the brand quits Australian production in 2016, research suggests.

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Mondeo, Hyundai’s design-driven i40, and even its European-sourced twin, the Opel Insignia. The Malibu sold here looks different to the low-slung, muscle car-influenced sedan sold in other markets as it features a uniquely Australian nose to account for the Holden badge.

SIZE MATTERS: Holden’s mid-size Malibu plugs an important hole in the car maker’s model line-up.

However, it still features that swept, high-booted look of an aerodynamically efficient car design of the US version.

ested in power, Holden says, and that’s something the two-engine, four-model Malibu line-up lacks in comparison.

“One of the criticisms in this segment is that the cars in it are a little bit bland and boring,” Holden executive director of sales and marketing Phil Brook said.

It’s in big company, though. The segment it will sell in is dominated by Toyota’s locally made Camry, which has a 19-year best-selling stranglehold on the mid-size market. It also goes toe-totoe with the clever fuel-saving Mazda6, Ford’s slowly dating but still inspiring

“Once when you want to take a step up in styling you’d have to pay quite a premium. Not in Malibu.” Barry Park © GoAutoMedia, 2013

Driveaway $9,990*

RYM-344. 1.3 litre T/bar auto hatch. Features include air conditioning, alloy wheels, cruise control, drivers airbag, CD player, power steering, one owner, full history.

BA Falcon Station Wagon

Driveaway $8,990*

SXT-414. 4.0 litre T/bar auto. Features include air conditioning, cruise control, front airbags, ABS brakes etc. Ex-government, 6/13 registration, excellent condition.

Volkswagen Jetta 103TDi

Driveaway $19,990*

XTB-559. Turbo diesel sedan. Features include leather trim, alloy wheels, front, side and curtain airbags, stability control, ABS brakes, power windows, CD player, 8/14 registration.

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2012 Territory AWD Titanium Driveaway $52,990* ZCB-251. 2.7 litre turbo diesel, 6 speed automatic. All luxury features including leather trim, climate control, DVD player, GPS, reverse camera, etc. Hayman Reese towbar and more. 11,000kms. Balance of new vehicle warranty.

2012 PX Ranger XL Crew Cab

Driveaway $39,990*

S/N 13042. 3.0 litre, 4x4, 6 speed manual utility. Features include air conditioning, ABS brakes, stability control, 6 airbags, power windows, cruise control etc. + more. 12 month registration, full 3 year warranty. ONE ONLY! True red colour.

2012 PX Ranger XL Crew Cab

Driveaway $39,990*

S/N 13009. 2.2 litre turbo diesel, 4x4, 6 speed manual. Features include air conditioning, 6 airbags, ABS brakes, stability control, cruise control, CD player, power windows, 12 months registration, alloy wheels, side steps.

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FG Falcon Cab Chassis

Driveaway $19,990*

YAU-878. 4.0 litre EFI, 6 speed auto. Features include air conditioning, ABS brakes, dual front airbags, towbar, cruise control, alloy wheels etc. 8/13 registration.

PK Ranger XL Crew Cab

Driveaway $25,990*

XFT-977. 3.0 litre turbo diesel 4x4 utility. Features include air conditioning, dual airbags, cruise control, towbar, power windows, CD etc.

2010 PK Ranger Super Cab

Driveaway $26,990*

XIG-719. 3.0 litre turbo diesel, 5 speed manual. Features include four wheel drive, alloy tray, Lyco loader, towbar, bullbar, winch, dual airbags etc. Local vehicle, excellent condition.

SOLD

PK Ranger 4x4 Tray

Driveaway $20,990*

XWS-926. 3.0 litre turbo diesel cab chassis. Features include bucket seats, air conditioning, 8'x6' steel tray, bullbar, towbar, front airbags etc. Local owner, excellent condition.

2008 FG Falcon Tray

Driveaway $17,990*

WOS-329. 4.0 litre, dedicated gas. Features include air conditioning, cruise control, heavy duty towpack, alloy tray, registration to 1/8/13,. Excellent condition.

VE Commodore Utility

Driveaway $23,490*

XBC-237. 3.0 litre T/bar auto, dual fuel, one owner, 12 months registration, 65,000kms. Features include ABS brakes, stability control, cruise control, canopy, flexibar, towbar etc.

PJ Ranger XL Supercab 4x4

Driveaway $20,990*

UPZ-985. 3.0 litre diesel, 5 speed manual, steel tray. Features include air conditioning, towbar, bullbar, CD player, dual airbags etc. One private owner, full history.

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The reveal comes in the same week as news that the current Australian Corolla line-up had swept aside the Mazda3 to become the nation’s top-selling car for the year so far.

Driveaway $21,990*

WNG-994. 4.0 litre 6 speed automatic sedan. Features include leather trim, 6 airbags, ABS brakes, stability control, reverse sensors, towpack, Bluetooth, alloy wheels and more.


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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Pulsar puts a smile on your dial A

lot of people are glad to see the Pulsar return to Australia.

TEST DRIVE Nissan Pulsar

It’s not just us saying that by the way, but also Nissan, which now admits it threw the baby out with the bathwater when it dropped the name seven years ago.

J We like

The sedan version is already here – it launched in January – and despite not being a class-leader in any department but cabin space, has swiftly hit sales levels higher than the dearly departed Tiida.

But its not so much this base price we are really interested in. Rather, its those hot turbocharged versions further up the range – the $24,990 ST-S and the $29,240 SSS. Australians buy a disproportionate number of hot hatches compared to other markets – some brands report a quarter of their sales of a given model are the sporty version – and Nissan’s return to the SSS moniker is sure to resonate with boy racers who’ve missed it in its long absence. Under the bonnet of both the ST-S and SSS sits a turbocharged

The engine has less power than, say those in the Cruze, Mazda3 and Hyundai 30, but is willing enough. It is, however, hobbled with a CVT that occasionally fusses and fidgets to get the right ratio, especially on an incline.

Roomy cabin, decent ride quality, sharp prices, cracking 1.6 turbo engine, manual gearbox.

L Room for

And Nissan has in essence done that with one hand tied behind its back. But not any more, because the hatch is the other piece of the Pulsar puzzle. Together, the two versions are expected to give the i30 and Cruze a run for the money on the sales charts. On paper, the hatch makes better buying. More Australians buy this bodystyle to begin with, but then Nissan has gone and priced it from $18,990 - $500 less than any major rival and $1000 less than the equivalent sedan.

regular ST-L, which is powered by the same 96kW/174Nm 1.8-litre engine as used in the sedan. Ours had the optional $2250 CVT automatic transmission, taking the price out to $24,740.

As with the sedan, the cabin is more spacious than average, with truly excellent rear seat room. Unlike the sedan, the rear seats also fold down to liberate more cargo space.

improvement

Cabin well-made but a bit dreary, no Bluetooth audio streaming on lower grades, vague steering on SSS, CVT fussy on hills. 140kW/240Nm 1.6-litre engine matched to a six-speed manual gearbox or a CVT with token paddle shifters. It’s a punchy little number, with no perceptible lag and a willingness to rev out past 6000rpm at the drop of a hat. It also has a meaty torque curve, with all 240Nm available down at 2000rpm. Nissan hasn’t given us the numbers, but a colleague and yours truly clocked a 7.9 second 0-100km/h sprint time on a damp road, which is nothing to be sneezed at. We are also fans of the short-stack manual shifter, which pairs up well with the meaty little engine, and the ride quality on 17-inch alloy wheels, which is compliant without being

bouncy. Nissan tweaked the damper rates on the SSS, but hasn’t said exactly how. However, the rest of the dynamic package isn’t quite as needle sharp. We drove both the ST-S and SSS in manual guise, and each exhibited the same vague electric steering feel as the entry versions, the same propensity for tyre scrubbing understeer right at the limit, and the same hints of bodyroll and axle tramp. The cheaper but similarly swift 132kW Holden Cruze SRi and SRiV turbo versions, which have had more substantial local calibration that the Pulsar, are ultimately sharper drives. Still, the warmed-up Pulsars are sharp value and plenty swift for the money.

But at this price point we’d like to see a touchscreen interface, Bluetooth audio streaming and reversing camera, which feature – or are at least available – on some similarly priced rivals.

Cabin fit and finish is decent too. The cheap faux metal highlights aren’t great, and the overall design is a touch dowdy, but it feels like it’s built to last.

So, how to sum up this Pulsar range?

The SSS gets a boy racer bodykit, leather seats, dual-zone climate control, six-speaker audio system that includes Bluetooth streaming, an excellent touchscreen satellite navigation system, reversing camera, and keyless entry and start – not bad for the money.

The base versions have heaps of space and are well-priced, but also compete against some high-quality rivals. Nissan will need that strong nameplate to wrest sales from Toyota, Mazda, Holden and Hyundai.

The ST-S, though, is the real bangfor-bucks option. It lacks the aforementioned equipment – the deletion of Bluetooth audio streaming is poor – but is just as quick.

The SSS and ST-S, meanwhile, give the range some welcome edge, with an excellent turbo engine. They’re not precision tools, but will still put a smile on your dial.

Our drive day in the hatch also saw us get behind the wheel of the

© GoAutoMedia, 2013

Mike Costello

Electric trailblazer i-MiEV has run its course: Mitsubishi Mitsubishi pioneering i-MiEV electric car has run its course in Australia and the company is now looking to new-generation models that will be more appropriate for this market.

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said, pointing to its utilitarian Japanese ‘kei-car’ roots that restricted its physical dimensions and have made it hard to succeed in Australia with a $48,800 sticker price.

Mitsubishi Motors Australia Limited corporate communications manager Caitlin Beale told GoAuto the slow-selling electric city car is no longer a priority, with none being imported and only a few remaining available in its dealer network.

“It doesn’t suit our market, and it’s not well received by our market – and the reality of it is that people have range anxiety, as they call it, and obviously problems with its cost – it’s a $48,000 car when you can buy a Mirage for $11,990.

“We’re realistic that it’s not the kind of car that Australians really enjoy,” she

“So it is not a focus of ours at the moment.

“We can bring one in, if people want to order it. But we’re now really waiting, and gearing up for, Outlander PHEV – which is the next step. We’ve moved on to this next step.”

The latest VFACTS figures show that Mitsubishi has not sold a single i-MiEV this year, despite the company strongly denying in January that it had dropped the EV from its line-up.

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Mike Costello © GoAutoMedia, 2013

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