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Ray Carman from Horsham Fire Brigade will again lead a team of volunteers and fire trucks through the streets of Horsham to raise money for Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal. Brief bursts of truck sirens will herald the arrival on tin-rattling volunteers into neighbourhoods from 9am, tomorrow. Volunteers will also be collecting donations at Horsham traffic lights from 8.30am to 1pm. Horsham money-raising efforts have already reached last year’s $43,000 total with a Horsham Safeway team leading the way. Volunteers in many centres across the region have also planned Good Friday fundraisers.

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red wine produced at Mount Cole near Ararat has captured the attention of the Chinese market after winning gold medals at one of the biggest international wine competitions in Asia.

“We’ve been travelling across for three or four years and recently sent three pallets for a market that is very interesting. For example, one thing we’ve been trying to get through is how screw caps allow for better quality assurance than corking. One of our difficulties is that it’s very hard now to get wines bottled under cork in Australia.”

The Fenix Rising Reserve Shiraz 2010 from Dr Graeme Bertuch’s Mount Cole Wineworks impressed judges at the China Wine and Spirits Awards Best Value 2013, the only awards in the world judged specifically for the Chinese market.

Dr Bertuch said the success was also good for the Grampians Pyrenees wine industry. The best-value awards reflect the ‘best value’ from the highest to and lowest areas in the price spectrum and in Hong Kong and China being considered ‘best value’ at all price levels is critical.

Judges, including key Chinese wine importers, distributors, wholesalers, restaurant group owners and sommeliers or wine stewards based in China, assed 3300 entries from 25 countries. Dr Bertuch’s shiraz was one of 219 gold medals won by Australian producers who won the overall medal tally from France, 97. Dr Bertuch, an Ararat district general practitioner who has also been in the wine industry

WIN A WINNER: Dr Graeme Bertuch with a sample of his gold medal-winning Mount Cole Wineworks 2010 Fenix Rising Reserve Shiraz. Picture: GEOFF PENNA

Winning awards is far from new for Mount Cole Wineworks which collected major accolades at Sydney International Wine Competition.

for several years with a cellar door at Buangor, said the success was timely considering Mount Cole Wineworks’ push into the Chinese market.

The 2010 Fenix Rising Reserve Shiraz won best lightbodied dry red, best red wine of the show and was runner-up best wine in the show.

“We’ve been concentrating on getting into China and this gives us credibility in the Chinese market,” he said.

Eltringham wins state engineering award Horsham Rural City Council’s retired technical services general manager David Eltringham has won a statewide engineering award. Mr Eltringham won Public Works Engineer of the Year award at a 2013 Awards for Excellence dinner in Melbourne. The award was part of the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia, Victoria Division conference. Horsham mayor Cr David Grimble announced the win and congratulated Mr Eltringham on his award. “David won the award in part for his extensive and outstanding involvement with the Wimmera Intermodal Freight Terminal or WIFT project, but also for his over 42 years of service within

the engineering discipline and his role as Engineers Australia president,” he said. Cr Grimble said the WIFT project also won a special commendation certificate in a Capital Works Excellence category.

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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Warracknabeal’s

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Friday March 29th-Preview and Artist Talk. 5.30pm7.00pm Saturday March 30th –Art Show 12.00 noon-5.00pm Sunday March 31st –Art Show 11.00am-5.00pm Monday April 1st –Art Show 11.00am-3.30pm The Warracknabeal Arts Council present a four day Art Exhibition featuring the work of artist Tony Sowersby. Tony is a painter, cartoonist, muralist, portraitist and comic book author-illustrator. He has been active in community and public arts since the 1980’s and has worked extensively in schools in Victoria, interstate as well as Papua New Guinea. Tony was Artist in Residence in Warracknabeal Schools in 2012. All work will be for sale and entrance to the Art Show is by gold coin donation. Residents and Visitors alike are invited to attend the official opening and preview on Friday evening. For further information contact Barbara Bell 03 5398 2251

Easter Race Meeting Saturday April 7 2012

Warracknabeal 15th Annual Easter Festival March 29th to April 1st 2013.

Easter Fishing Competition & Water-ski Spectacular

The Warracknabeal Racing Club hosts a great day of racing at the Warracknabeal Racecourse, including fashions on the field for ladies and gents, live musical entertainment plus excellent catering and bar facilities available. After the races, patrons can compete for great prizes in the “Gumboot Throwing Competition” and the “Plastic Cup Races”. Contact: Lisa Ph 0427 989212

The annual Easter Fishing Competition will provide keen anglers the opportunity to compete for great prizes on the Yarriambiack Creek. Registrations at the boat ramp from 6.30 am. Bank fishing only. Following the fishing competition the Warracknabeal Water-Ski spectacular will be preformed by the Warracknabeal Ski Club. Expect to see some great displays of skiing, wake and kneeboard demonstrations plus novelty events. Fishing competition 7.00am until final weigh in at 12.30 with presentations at 1pm. Contact Alan Thomas 0457 981976 Water-Ski Spectacular 1pm until 4pm

4 Day Easter Golf Tournament Friday 29th March to Monday April 1st

Friday: Men’s & Ladies Stableford. (Assemble 11.30am for 12 noon shotgun start) Frdiay Evening: Seafood Spectacular. $30.00 per person includes a two course seafood dinner plus live entertainment. Saturday: Men’s & Ladies 4BBB Net Stroke

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Wheatlands is located on the Henty Highway Warracknabeal and houses the most extensive collection of vintage agricultural machinery, tractors, stationary engines and other such equipment in Australia.

Entry Fees $10.00 per person per day. 12.00 noon start for all events

Over three days of the Easter Rally, this unique collection is on display, plus restoration enthusiasts from many parts of Australia, exhibit their own collections of vintage cars, engines and machinery. Featuring in 2013 are European made tractors, engines and implements. Activities at the Wheatland Rally include the Vintage Street parade down Warracknabeals main street on Easter Saturday, the Twilight Vintage Tractor Pull and the John Deere Vintage Tractor Race, both held Saturday night. Collectables, art & craft, fashions and food stalls are there to explore so there is plenty to keep the whole family entertained throughout the weekend. Contact Rally Secretary Jean Wise 03 5398 1901

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New for 2013 Buskers in the Park. Come down to the Lions Park for a BBQ and drinks to listen to the array of musical talent direct from the Busking Competition. For further information contact Brooke Johnson 0409 564478

Easter Saturday Street Parade Free entertainment for all the family. Strawberry the Clown will entertain the kids and the annual Y Fest Busking Competition will be held in the main street from 9.am with $1500 prize money up for grabs, including $800 for the winning act.

Local shops will be open until 1.00pm with loads of specials on offer. The Easter Parade commences at 11.00am and features vintage tractors, cars and machinery, modern vehicles, novelty floats and much much more. Another highlight will be the flyover by the Warracknabeal Aero Club. Contact Lance Huebner 0419 50817

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Festival success Paint with passion points to growth

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Color choice is individual and dependent on many factors, such as personality, functional needs and a concern for the overall aesthetics of your home.

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Festival coordinator Lyall Wheaton said figures from last weekend’s four-day extravaganza reflected significant growth.

Julie Francis can visit your home or see her in store to ensure all schemes compliment your existing décor or fully re-invent your home from start to finish.

He said more than 2000 people, many from outside the region, soaked up the festival experience and predicted a further 20 percent increase in crowd numbers next year.

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“We had attendance records broken for every night with numbers up over 30 percent this year,” he said.

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“All the feedback we’ve been getting has been extremely positive and everyone is saying they will be back for more.”

Spectacular Crowd numbers continually grew at Sawyer Park throughout the festival with 300 attending an AVIS-Max Wright Cars Bush Balladeers Thursday-night opener, 500 gathering for a K and J Baker Tribute night on Friday, 700 providing a peak during the ACE Radio Country Music Spectacular on Saturday. A crowd of 500 stayed on for a Golden Grain Gospel Music Marathon on Sunday. “We also had record numbers of people attend walk-up and busker events where the overall quality was also better than previous years,” Mr Wheaton said. Mr Wheaton said the strong turn-out would help Horsham

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SONGSTRESS: SA performer Amber Joy Poulton shows her delight while performing on Horsham Soundshell stage during Horsham Country Music Festival. Experienced sound engineer Marty Lieschke, in mixing sound for the festival, said it was a delight to work with such a high-quality voice. Picture: DEAN LAWSON

Country Music Association work on and promote next year’s event. “It’s probably fair to say that it will provide the best financial return in all our six years in running the festival. It gives us encouragement and enthusiasm to move forward,” he said. “As well as the great entertainment, it’s important to consider how good this event is for Horsham district. “Between 30 to 40 percent of the audience came from

SA and a high percentage of people travelled long distances from NSW. Some people were staying for longer than a week and goodness knows how much money that has pumped into the local economy.” Mr Wheaton also praised the many performers, many of them high-quality national acts. “Everyone worked so well together and that really came out during the performances. It was fantastic,” he said.

Spotlight shift scheduled Horsham fabric, craft and home-interior store Spotlight is likely to start trading from a new home in Horsham Plaza in early June.

Horsham Plaza centre manager Allison Roberts said a major fit-out for the business, shifting into an area previously occupied by Maxi Foods from its McLachlan Street site, would

start on April 15.

“We expect their fit-out to take about six or seven weeks,” she said. Mrs Roberts said Spotlight would operate next to the Reject Shop. She said there had also been strong leasing inquiries in the last few weeks for a space previously occupied by a chemist.

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Labor labours on Social worker puts hand up

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ome of us found ourselves chuckling as we followed the Federal Labor Party circus in the media last week.

It was hard to keep a straight face when the serious intrigue and plotting involving some of our parliamentary heavyweights started to resemble a distorted and bizarre form of school-yard tiggy.

and in turn remained in control of the country.

In a typical Australian response, satirical jokes were soon flowing through social communication channels like a flash flood – quips such as ‘I’ve seen a better ‘spill’ in my kitchen’ quickly doing the rounds.

The only thing missing from all the bluster and log-jam of microphones and commentary for a few hours last Thursday was someone saying ‘you’re it’.

Some people suggested the whole saga would have made a great subject for a Shakespearean comedy. Others were less refined, suggesting that key Labor Party personalities should call themselves the ‘Wizards of Oz’ because they were searching for a heart, a brain and a soul in the absence of traditional Labor Party values and integrity.

In the end, an awful lot of ‘nothing’ happened and Julia Gillard retained the Labor Party leadership

The reality of course is that as far as Australian governance goes – this was far from funny at all.

YOUR SAY Time to move on SIR,- I hope Federal Labor can now put the malicious rumourmongering aside now that it has unanimously re-elected Julia Gillard as PM and move on to governing the country as a united party. The alternative government lead by Abbott is too scary a thought. He will lead us back to the pre-history days with his promise to scrap the carbon tax. Workers will be worse off,

We can only hope that the broader Australian electorate considers how much damage will be caused by an Abbott tea-party

“Being able to listen, understand and advocate for others has been fundamental to my experience and education in social work, and I think it will be the crucial skill in being the parliamentary representative for Mallee.”

There is no need to plead the obvious and ask the government to concentrate on governing instead of busying itself with petty internal party politics. The queue with people lined up with that demand is already a mile long. Parliamentarians or anyone occupying elevated public office must surely realise that a new generation of Australians is emerging and moulding its own standards and aspirations on what they see and hear.

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especially those on the basic wage as penalty rates are scrapped, disability pensioners will again be the losers because the good work by the Labor Government to increase their payments will be overturned, and our technology improvements with the NBN will be scrapped – not for cost reasons but ideological reasons alone.

“I love the Mallee – it’s a wonderful place to work, live and enjoy life, but I have some valuable new perspectives to offer about what will be important to our region in future,” Ms Webster said.

This wasn’t some political backroom mob trying to get itself sorted; it was the government, the crew that Australians elected to run the country. You know - that group responsible for everything from the economy, health and education to social welfare and national defence. How embarrassing.

government. After watching NSW, Victoria and Queensland since coalition governments have been in power and the massive job losses which have occurred, ask yourself this one question: can my household budget extend to higher interest rates, potentially thousands of job losses and the uncertainty that a coalition government will bring to industrial relations? John Herring, Kaniva

NEW CANDIDATE: Anne Webster has joined a group of candidates keen to represent the Nationals for the seat of Mallee at this year’s Federal Election.  Picture: CONTRIBUTED

A social worker, small business operator, researcher and mother-of-three believes she brings the right mix of skills and perspective to the National Party to ensure the party’s long-term success in the Wimmera-Mallee. Anne Webster has joined fellow candidates Russell McKenzie, Andrew Broad, Reid Mather, Michael Adamson and Greg Cruickshank in contesting pre-selection for the Nationals for the seat of Mallee. Mallee, held by the Nationals’ John Forrest for 20 years and one of the safest conservative seats in Australia, will become vacant when Mr Forrest retires at the Federal Election later this year. Ms Webster moved to Mildura as a newly-wed 35 years ago and said she was now keen to give back to the region where she and her husband have made

Ms Webster is founding director of community development group Zoe Support Australia. The group has established a Mildura house and childcare service that supports pregnant and new parents with a focus on getting them back into school. She also chairs Mallee Accommodation and Support Program that tackles homelessness.

Katter’s party Mildura grape-grower Vince Cirillo, meanwhile, will know within the next week if he will be Katter’s Australian Party candidate for Mallee. Mr Cirillo, who plans to visit the Wimmera at the end of April if he wins preselection, said the electorate had ‘lost so much under the Nationals’ during last two decades and there was a need to reinvigorate confidence in Mallee’s farming sector. “There needs to be a future for young people to stay on the land. If we don’t change course for them the future might be very bleak,” he said. Lydia Senior already has Australian Labor Party endorsement to stand for Mallee and the Liberal Party, which can contest the seat despite being in coalition with the Nationals, has yet to confirm or deny if it will call for candidates.

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Mr Music in the mix

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Wimmera sound engineer Marty Lieschke, a long-time and familiar figure at regional musical events, gives the thumbsup while mixing the sound for artists performing at this year’s Horsham Country Music Festival. Mr Lieschke, also a talented musician, provided the technical expertise in helping make the event a success.Picture: DEAN LAWSON

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Easter opening for homestead

One of rural Australia’s finest examples of French Gothic Revival architecture, Narrapumelap homestead at Wickliffe, built in 1873, will open to the public between 10.30am and 5.30pm this Easter Sunday and Monday.

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ntries from across western Victoria are flowing into Wimmera Catchment Management Authority’s ‘Make a Splash’ competition.

The CMA has more than 100 entries for the competition that is part of a community engagement phase of the Wimmera Waterway Strategy, a new plan for the region’s rivers, wetlands and streams. Entries close at 5pm next Monday and people can enter online at www.wcma.vic. gov.au or at the CMA’s Horsham office in Darlot Street. The Weekly Advertiser editor Dean Lawson, Wimmera CMA board chairper-

son Karen Douglas and Wimmera MailTimes acting editor Carly Werner will judge entries next Wednesday. First prize is a $500 water pack. Judges will be looking for the most original and creative entry that captures the essence of water in the Wimmera. People can also submit a photograph with their entry. Mr Lawson said the region’s lakes and rivers had provided everything from a playground to somewhere to cherish. “My favourite stretches of water vary greatly and for different reasons,” he said. “There are the isolated billabongs on the

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Grace in top group Spotlight on navy in Anzac Day services for national prize

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Horsham RSL sub branch will fly the white ensign Australian flag of the Royal Australian Navy on Anzac Day this year.

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orsham St Brigid’s College student Grace Ostapiw has finished runner-up in the Victorian section of a national Simpson History Prize.

The branch received permission to officially fly the flag in the year of the 100th anniversary of the first RAN fleet arriving in Sydney Harbour.

The year-11 student was one of about 1000 teenagers across Australia who entered the competition with essays and audio-visual presentations involving the story of ANZAC.

Commodore Michael Houghton, RAN’s director-general of major surface ships and defence material organisation will be attending officer at Horsham Anzac ceremonies.

The competition asked students to ‘investigate what primary sources revealed about the Gallipoli experience and explore the extent to which they explained the origins of the ANZAC Legend.’ Grace, who captured the attention of last year’s crowd at Horsham ANZAC Day commemoration service with a moving presentation, spent many hours preparing her competition submission. She was in Canberra to accept accolades with state winners and runners-up last week. Federal School Education Minister Peter Garrett, who congratulated winners and runners-up, said the top performers in the competition had shown ‘an impressive depth of understanding about Gallipoli and our ANZAC history’. “The calibre of entries was high with students’ essays highlighting the battlefield conditions at Gallipoli vividly through the use of primary sources,” he said.

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Commodore Houghton is in charge of the $3.1-billion project to build HMAS Canberra and HMAS Adelaide, Helicopter Landing Dock amphibious assault ships.

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IMPRESSED: St Brigid’s College student Grace Ostapiw was runner-up for the national Simpson History Prize. Picture: JAMES FIDLER

Winners and runners-up received a medallion to celebrate their achievements and took part in a special twoday Canberra study program which included visits to Parliament House, the Australian War Memorial and the National Museum of Australia. Mr Garrett said the Simpson Prize would continue to foster and showcase high-quality student work which directly aligned with Austral-

ian curriculum. The emphasis on the use of ‘primary sources’ in this year’s competition linked to the historical skills specified in the Australian Curriculum: History. Jessica Greenan from Fintona Girls’ School won the Victorian section and with other winners will travel to Gallipoli. Grace hopes to eventually work in the communication industry.

Ararat Rural City Council will have a byelection later this year to replace Cr Murray Woods. Mayor Cr Ian Wilson confirmed that Cr Woods, who has been on the council since December 2008, had resigned due to ill health. “While it is very unfortunate that Cr Woods is unable to continue his role as councillor, the

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he Grampians will again offer art-lovers an Easter weekend feast with preparations in place for an annual Grampians Art Trail. The art trail, centred on Halls Gap but also including Ararat, Stawell, Wartook, Landsborough, Great Western and Callawadda, again features several highly acclaimed artists exhibiting and showcasing how they produce their work. Galleries and exhibition areas will open between 10am to 4pm on every day of the weekend, providing visitors with insight into art works and a chance to gain an understanding of the influences of individual artists.

The art trail has been a feature of the Easter weekend in the Wimmera for several years and attracts art enthusiasts from across Victoria and interstate. The range of artwork is diverse – from ceramics, textiles and redgum furniture to painting, sculpture and print and mask-making. Artists include high-profile meticulous environmental painter Steve Morvell, quilter and air-brush painter Ingrid Rudolph and wildlife pastels master Helen Leach. Others featuring in the trail are weaver Steve Gliese, felter Judith Burke, sculptor Andy Cross, redgum furniture maker Tim Butler,

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Mask maker Meryl Bowers and Vija and John Harris from TollGate Studio Gallery and print-maker Pauline Latta from Ararat will be at Great Western. Limestone figurine creator Kevin Free will be at Landsborough and painter and calligrapher Phil Eustace at Callawadda. More information is available from Ararat, Stawell and Halls Gap information centres. DIVERSE ART: Ararat photographer and printmaker Pauline Latta displays some of her creations.

Team wins science award A Horsham pathology team working at Grains Innovation Park in Horsham has won a major science award for its work on ways to manage stubble-born diseases and rusts.

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Wattle walk success Rural Northwest Health is considering more fund-raising walks after a 62-kilometre Walk for Wattle from Hopetoun to Warracknabeal last weekend raised more than $3000.

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Making their debut

Debutant balls were in full swing across the Wimmera last weekend. A Horsham College ball feature 40 debutants and their partners and attracted about 1000 people to Wimmera Events Centre at Longerenong. Debs and partners are pictured front left, back, William Murray, Makayla Secombe, Keeley Purdue, Keely Lawson, Jessie Wood, Arianna Vettos, Sophie Schirmer, Emma Kemp, Hannah Laffy, Kobi Batson, Chelsea Drum, Mikayla Rethus, Grace Wooster, Deni Sordello, Rachel Wood, Georgia Duncan, Mel Schmidt, Dakota Williams, Madeleine Milton, Ebony-Shae Darnell, Ashlee Hoskins, Janelle Parker, Luke Neyland. Third row, Harry Wentworth, Louis Ballinger, Dustin Cross, Wil Lehmann, Ollie Harrison, Billy Carberry, Sam McGennisken, Dein Lane, Colby Neville, Keegan Mason, Matthew Hobbs, Cameron Robinson, Kade Bergen, Beau Stripp, Daniel Ervin, William Marshman, Zac Timms, Tim Brand, Ben Plunkett, Jeremy Taylor, Brady Jenner. Second row, Jan Morris, trainer,, Rhiannon Mackley, Ashlee Bennett, Zac Suter, Jordy Schmidt, Tom Werner, Sam Hernon, Joel Berry, Daniel Easson, Jordy Briggs, Keiran Hinch, Damon Brennan, Beau Cross, Keegan Mellington, Brandon Hollier, Paddy Sherry, Charlie Pennant, Abel Thadi, Jack Patterson, Laura Anders, James Henwood, trainer. Front, Georgia Watts, Bernadette Johnston, Jeniva Wills, Janelle Cosford, Molly Hobbs, Kate Hogart, Freya Effrett, Millicent Papst, Jess Radford, Lauren Walter, Ashley McGough, Maddy Kerrison, Rani Decker, Belinda Warren, Logan Sanders.  Picture: JANE MURRAY PHOTOGRAPHY

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and documentation. Festival director David Wheaton said organisers expected 8000 people to the May 4-5 event. He said there would be 12 new exhibitors this year including The Forge Pizzeria, Darriwell Farm and Roxburgh House catering.

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nique work by prominent SA artist and designer Annabelle Collett will feature in a solo exhibition at Ararat Regional Art Gallery next month.

The singer-songwriting organiser of a busking and entertainment gathering in Natimuk on Sunday has invited poets, singers, guitarists and story tellers to use the occasion to ‘get up and perform’.

boards, microphones and a mixing desk. I’m getting up and performing and the opportunity will be there for anyone else too.”

Chris Sallows has organised the free-ofcharge RamsHead – The Buskers Bash on his vacant-block property at 49 Main Street to pursue a personal love of music and performance.

“It will start with quiet music at 10am and the plan is for it to push well into the afternoon. If it is successful it might become an ongoing event in Natimuk. I’m also keen to take the concept on the road and take it to Melbourne,” he said.

“I have a love for performing and there are few places where there is an openslather open-microphone approach. I had the space and the gear so I thought why not put on my own show and invite people up to have a go?” he said.

The ‘Plastic Fantastic’ exhibition, from April 14 to 28 and as part of SALA 2012 – the Festival of South Australian Living Artists, will feature ‘found’ plastic sourced on road trips across SA and Victoria.

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WASTE ART: SA artist Annabelle Collett with one of the works that will be on show in Ararat Regional Art Gallery next month.  Picture: CONTRIBUTED

sign, evoking a range of cultural associations with fashion, interior decorating and the crafted object.

The domestic detritus Collett collects by colour in her studio provides both the material and inspiration for her creations.

Collett has worked full time as a professional artist and designer for more than 30 years. She has exhibited extensively and is represented in Ararat gallery, Art Gallery of South Australia, Mildura Arts Centre, Northern Territory Museum and Art Gallery and the Victorian State Craft collections.

Plastic in all its forms produces enormous amounts of everyday waste and Collett uses recycled ‘trash’ to fashion a vast array of artwork. She uses discarded materials from domestic items such as plastic lids, children’s toys, broken jewellery and containers and implements to make bold and vibrant work, highlighting the aesthetics of waste.

Ararat gallery director Anthony Camm said in association with the presentation of ‘Plastic Fantastic’, Collett would lead children on a journey through colour, texture, invention and endless possibility to create artworks

With a background in textile art, Collett’s sculptures, wall pieces, lighting and clothing form through many methods and process that link art, craft and de-

during school-holiday workshops next Wednesday. “The resulting pieces will form an exhibition called ‘Colour the World’ which will be presented from April 5 to May 5,” he said. “Enrolments are being taken for these inspiring school-holiday workshops to be presented over two sessions.” The workshops will be from 9am to noon and 1pm to 4pm and open to children aged from 8 to 14 at a cost of $15 per child. Contact the gallery on 5352 2836 for details and registration. Ararat mayor Cr Ian Wilson will officially open ‘Plastic Fantastic’ and ‘Colour the World’ at 6pm on Friday week.

Mr Sallows revealed that he had outlaid a significant amount of money to organise the event, had council approval and was desperate for people to attend.

“There is no time-frame or permission required for performing at this event so you can just turn up on the day.” Mr Sallows said people seeking more information could call him on 0409 171 773 or email mathematica231054@gmail.com.

Dog expert primed for return International dog-behavior expert Tony Knight is likely to return to the Wimmera later this year after a sell-out presentation in Stawell. Organiser Anne Johns of Stawell said Knight would return for another presentation in May or September and possible a two-day foundation course in Horsham. “We sold out and probably could’ve again. We had 60 people attend and had very positive feedback from everyone,” she said. “Since then I have had inquiries about when he will be coming back and I

have already got names on a waiting list.” Mrs Johns said people from Horsham. Minyip, Stawell, Ararat and Halls Gap attended the presentation at Stawell Secondary College and there was also an inquiry from Hamilton. “Tony was very thorough, comical and answered a lot of questions for dog owners who had major problems and others who just needed a little help,” she said. “It was great to see people leave on the night saying things like: ‘I never thought of it like that’ or ‘I can’t wait to get home and try this method’ and so on.”

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Knight, who lives in France and the son of renowned English ‘dog whisperer’ Jan Fennell, brought up a box of his mother’s book ‘The Dog Listener’ and a CD called ‘Taking the lead’ to the presentation and both sold out. Knight uses an Amichien bonding technique to work with dogs which is based on a wolf-pack hierarchy system. “As owners if we can think more like our dogs rather than humanizing them, it makes a better place for dog and owner,” Mrs Johns said.

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ore than 300 HarleyDavidson motorcycle enthusiasts will rumble into Horsham this weekend to take part in Victorian State Rally of HOG, or Harley Owners Group.

Horsham Police Highway Patrol has been involved in the event’s Thunder Run. Sergeant John McTaggart asked road users to ‘exercise a little road courtesy and patience to ensure everyone’s safety’ when coming across the Harley parade on Easter Saturday.

Rally committee member Shane Rees encouraged people with a keen interest in classic motorcycles to watch a Rally Thunder Ride pass through Horsham and to see motorcycles close up at a Show ‘n’ Shine at May Park on Easter Saturday.

“The chapter will have corner marshals throughout the circuit to indicate the route to riders,” he said.

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Mr Rees said the Horsham rally had attracted Harley devotees from as far as Bundaberg in Queensland.

“A spectacular parade of Harleys will be passing through Horsham about 10.15am along McPherson and Wilson streets and after a short scenic ride, return about 10.45am from Golf Course Road into O’Callaghan Parade and Firebrace Street,” he said.

CHROME AND CLASS: Rally spokesman Shane Rees is pictured on his limited-edition 1903-2003 soft-tail Deuce Harley Davidson. Harley Davidson enthusiasts will bring their motorcycles to Horsham this weekend. Picture: MICK SHANNON

sham. Easter is a very busy time in Horsham. Apart from the Harley Owners Group

“HOG members from across Australia enjoy not only the journey to the rally but the people they meet on the way and the fun they have with old and new friends,” Mr Rees said.

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Horsham Chapter of HOG is hosting the rally at Wimmera Events Centre at Longerenong.

“HOG members will then all gather at May Park between 11am and 1pm to put their bikes on display. We encourage everyone to come down to say hello and enjoy lunch provided by Horsham Scouts.”

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Caring for pet rabbits

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Walking through the shops, however, there are chickens, eggs and bunnies everywhere. I have to admit, however, that my favourite rabbits are more likely to be furry than chocolaty. At Animal Aid, we see many rabbits in both our clinic and shelter. Traditionally, rabbits – along with guinea pigs – have been considered pets for small children. All too often when the novelty of these cute, fluffy creatures wears off, they spend many years living in hutches without too much attention from their owners. I’ve always thought it’s a great shame, both for the bunnies in question and the owners who aren’t getting the most from their pets. Luckily attitudes are changing. Australian rabbit owners are realising that their bunnies can have huge amounts of personality and form rewarding bonds with their owners and other pets. There are many important points to consider in owning a rabbit because these creatures are very different from dogs and cats and have very different requirements in terms of their housing, health care, and particularly diet. Rabbits are herbivores and their teeth and gastrointestinal tracts are perfectly engineered to cope with large quantities of fibre such as grass and hay. The flip side of this is that sugary or starchy foods can play havoc with their teeth and digestion. The ideal rabbit diet consists

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primarily of good-quality hay and fresh grass. They will also love leafy greens and smaller amounts of vegetable such as carrot, with fruit as a treat. Commercial pelleted diets should be avoided because they are high in energy and low in fibre and will result in overweight rabbits.

Vaccination Rabbits should also be vaccinated each year, providing protection against the rabbit Calicivirus. Most rabbit owners will be aware that rabbits are prone to the fatal viral disease myxamotosis, which kills many wild rabbits each year. Sadly there is no vaccine available in Australia, but we can protect rabbits by keeping them away from mosquitoes which spread the disease. This means keeping them indoors, or making sure that

hutches are well screened. In addition, it’s worth investing in having rabbits desexed, particularly if they live in pairs or groups – the term ‘breeding like rabbits’ doesn’t come from nowhere! Even single rabbits should be desexed, as neutering helps avoid behavioural problems such as aggression. Many rabbits can be trained to use a litter tray, and as such can be fabulous indoor pets for a small house or apartment dwellers. They will often form lovely relationships with other pets such as cats and dogs. On the whole, with the appropriate care, rabbits can make really valuable pets, chock full of affection and quirky habits. • Dr Vogt is senior veterinarian at Animal Aid in Melbourne. Visit www. animalaid.org.au for more information.

Chaser bin win at field days A Dunstan chaser bin designed to work on 12-metre controlled traffic systems won Machine of the Year award at the 2013 Wimmera Machinery Field Days.

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The bin features an hydraulically controlled swing-up grain table that bridges the gap between bin and header, allowing both units to remain on standard ‘tram tracks’ and greatly reducing compaction.

We would like to invite all past players, coaches, committee and supporters of Horsham Saints to come along for a great day. • Auctioning of commemorative jumpers • Catered meal in club room All past and present players welcome. Please RSVP for catering purposes.

Chaser bins previously created additional tracks as they positioned close enough to headers to line up with unloading augurs. Dunstan director Craig Miller said the award was a great start to the company’s 50th year of production. “Dunstan was a pioneer in

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Unsurprisingly, the aged-care sector is a fast-growing industry, but there seems to be a number of misunderstandings in relation to how aged care arrangements work, and especially the costs involved. Here we clarify some of the key issues. Trading hours: 8.00am – 5.00pm or by appointment 62a McPherson St, Horsham VISIT OUR WEBSITE: www.curtainsbyrobyncreek.com.au

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Beginning the process Downsizing the family home in retirement is usually a good option. You simply choose what you can afford and the location you’d like to live in then go house-hunting.

Checking care level needs is the first step to looking at aged care options with health assessments usually done by nurses based in local hospitals.

Many Australians mistakenly assume that ‘government funded’ aged care means that if they are an age pensioner the services are free or included in their pension.

Aged care facilities charge residents a range of accommodation and care fees including an accommodation bond, accommodation charges, daily care and extra services fees, plus a means-tested fee, which generally requires those who can afford to pay more, do so. The government subsidises some of the costs based upon their assessments. What can come as a shock to many people is that the accommodation bonds for some facilities can be hundreds of thousands of dollars. And the ongoing fees can cost thousands of dollars a month, so

Aged care and the age pension

Yes, some of the fees are aligned to the age pension rate, and for some care will be well covered by their Centrelink or Veterans’ Affairs entitlements, but many others must personally pay for their care and accommodation. Be realistic and start planning for your aged care needs now, and if applicable, those of your parents. Talk to your financial adviser so they can help you get on the right path to funding your retirement and aged care needs. • Robert Goudie is an authorised representative of Meritum Financial Group Pty Ltd AFSL 245569.

Ask a financial question For your opportunity to have your financial question answered via our free video Q&A series, please submit your question at www.meritumfg.com.au. To watch last week’s Q&A video, visit the Weekly Advertisers website, or like our Facebook page to receive weekly reminders.

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permission to fly the white ensign or version of the Australian flag on Anzac Day. The white ensign represents what arm of the Australian defence force? 6. Mount Cole Wineworks near Ararat has won a gold medal at the CWSA, a prestigious international competition based in what country? 7. Now is the time many of us are considering influenza vaccinations. In what year did an unusually deadly influenza pandemic nicknamed the ‘Spanish Flu’ start killing between 50-million to 100-million of 500-million people infected worldwide? 8. The opening of duck season means wild ducks are in danger from hunters at the moment. They can be also

vulnerable to what paralytic disease caused by bacteria that produces toxins, one which is now used in cosmetic and medical procedures? 9. ‘Migration’ was a theme of last weekend’s Lake Bolac Eel Festival. Research has revealed Lake Bolac’s eels migrate where to spawn before their offspring swim home? 10. What am I? My tap root, which can be orange, purple, red or yellow, is a common worldwide source of food and the leafy green part of me is also edible. My wild ancestors probably came from Iran and Afghanistan but my common version originated in Holland in the 17th Century, the colour of particular cultivars making me popular in the struggle for Dutch independence.

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Dorper Ewes, white, due to lamb April, good shedders $100 Ph 0447275537 Ewes, pure breed, black face suffolks, from stud stock Ph 0419664345 Liz Fish Tank, all accessories including flu val filter, water heater, light, gravel etc $150ono Ph 53585499

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Alpaca, herd guards and Miniature filly, 12 months old, pets, male and female pretty paint, not reg, $500 Ph available, prices vary 0418851112 Ph 0428852338 Miniature goats, minimum 2, Alpacas, breeding stock, $150each Ph 0400904727 pets and flock protectors, all stock guaranteed, inspections Miniature Horse, cute, cuddly, welcome, delivery available Ph friendly, brown and white, 0427602773 Yearling Gelding $650 Ph Arabian Filly, purebred, bay, 0418516253 should mature 15hh, solid type, Number of Geese $10each Ph $1200 Ph 53542792 53544221 Arp Gelding, True Burnt Buckskin, 3yo, eligible x 4 Piglets, 12 weeks old, coloured, registration, well handled, should $100 each Ph 53871301 mature 14hh, quiet, friendly, 0447252515 reluctant sale, prefer show Pony, 12.2HH reg Welsh home, $2000 Ph 53542792 Mountain, for sale or swap Bird cage, hexagon shape $2500 Ph 53891556 (6-sided), 2m H x 110mm W, all accessories $250 Ph 53820411 Pretty 12.2hh Grey Mare, or 0427820411 approx 6 years, broken to Black Gelding, 16hh, 17 yr old, harness, good to catch shoe quiet, gentlemen to handle, good float, quiet but green, currently on roads, previous G2 eventer not in work, would make good $1500ono Ph 53870520 child’s pony, suitable for pony Boer Goat Kids, $50 Ph club, harness and show $2200 0448447211 after 5pm Ph 0457658502 Border Collie Dog, 18mo, Puppies, Pomeranian X Jack started working $300 Russell, 7 weeks old, 1 male, Ph 0427366636 M/C# 1 female, good natured pups, 978102100025055 sable colour, 978102100043121, Budgies, for sale, various 42430 $400 Ph 53920243 colours $15 each Ph 53827626 Cavalier King Charles X Purebred Siberian husky m/chip numbers Pups, 1 Male, 1 Female, M/C- pups, 986000008317705, 17916 $350 981020005500266 /5508580 /5519392 Ph 0409183282 Ph 53522704

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Harness, light delivery, collar and haymes, breaching and Rams, Hampshire down and bridle $1750 Ph 0449841702 white suffolk, bruc acc $350 plus Homing Pigeons, racing GST Ph or text 0488159853 bloodlines, quality birds, $2 each Rottweiler Pup, pure bred, sold Ph 0429355103 with vacc, worming, vet checks, Horse Drawn Gig, 10A shoes, great looking dog, 1 male 6 brakes, 52 inch wheels circa months with some training well behaved, loves affection, 1910 $2000 Ph 044984702 looking for best friend, m/cJack Russell Terrier, F, 2yo, 978102100043099, POA Ph broken coat, English working 0418570762 blood lines $350 Ph 0427366636 Saddle, Wintec Isabell, EC, 17”, M/C# 978102100048836 cair system, changeable gullet

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Camper Trailer, Jayco Swan, 6-8 berth, ideal introduction to caravaning, easily towed by average family car, fridge and brakes overhauled, new wind up winch cable fitted, extended annex and bed end flys, 1983 model, GC with plenty of life left, rego till Feb 2014, B13670 $6000 Ph 0419598432

Singer Treadle Sewing Camper Trailer, Outback, 2002, Machine, beautiful stitcher, 8x6 side kitchen, water tank, (black), comes fully mounted VGC, extras $325 Ph 53581100 heavy duty canvas, large tent w/ with great extras $1000 Ph awning and sides, reg Dec 2013, 0458770008 $5000 Ph 53524554 Caravans Saddlery, bridles and general Camper Trailer, sleeps 4, heavy horse gear Ph 55701235 canvas, lots of extras, R63683 1992 Windsor Pop Top, 16’, off $4500 Ph 0418584308 road tyres, AC, 3-way fridge, gas Antiques stove and microwave, 12 volt/ 24 lights, DB and bunks, new Antique Dining Setting, large annexe, hot water, TV antenna extension table, 3-leaves, 6 $14,000ono Ph 0417554089 chairs, cane inserts, sideboard, 1999 Jayco Hawk Campervan, barley carving $7950ono Ph full annexe, EC, more info Caravan 1999 Roadstar, 12 53582465 Stawell $13,500ono Ph 55752789 or mths rego, DB, 3-way fridge, gas Arm Chair, antique, fully 0400537613 stove and HWS, microwave, AC, restored, excellent condition 2003 Spirit Camper Trailer, as shower and toilet, rollout awning, $400 Ph 53825774 new , heavy canvas and tail P32475 $33,000 Ph 53922563 Chaise Lounge, antique, wicker gate kitchen P89984 $8000 Ph back, castor feet $700 Ph 0447398338 53825774 2005 16ft Regent Crusader, roll Chest of Drawers, Antique Oak, out awning plus annexe, single five drawers, fully restored $550 beds, 3-way fridge, microwave, Ph 53825774 R55050 $16,000 Ph 53941981 Concave Picture Frames, Caravan Supreme Semi-OR, $80ea Ph 0428324210 2008, 18’6”, extras, suit new buyer $39,990ono Ph 0417516599 Ararat

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Caravans Jayco Series 90, 15’ pop top, GC with as new full annexe, D/B, 3 way fridge, 4 burner cook top, oven hardly used, microwave, pantry, many cupboards $9750 Ph 53521005 Jayco Westport Pop Top 1996, 17’, air conditioning, rollout awning and annexe, gas cooktop and grill, 3way fridge, island double bed with storage, EC $17,000ono Ph 0419972013 Millard 16’, VGC, registered and ready to go $2500 Ph 53820764

Reduced Jayco Stirling Pop Top, 2007, 17’, rollout awning and annexe, front club lounge, side kitchen, cook top grill and oven, double island bed, Herron Caravan, Windsor pop-top, AC, new digital TV, 3-way fridge, EC, r/o awning, microwave, battery and monitor, always island double bed, $12,000 Ph shedded, EC $30,990 Ph 0419561981 53562310 or 0400699039 REDUCED Majestic Knight Single Axel, 17’ long, shower and toilet, battery pack, 3 way fridge, gas elec hot water, gas elec stove, roll out awning, single beds R95403 $28,000 Ph 0417302688 Royal Flair Pop Top Caravan, 2004, 14’, rear entry, DB i/ spring, fridge, cook-top, m/wave, annexe, elec brakes, used four times, always shedded, EC $20,000 Ph 0409433672

Compas 15ft Pop Up Caravan 1993, island double bed, wardrobes, hot plates, 3 way fridge, sink, plenty cupboard space, excellent condition, light Slide-on Camper, Millard 1985, blue interior E27531 $15,000 3 berth, fridge, stove, battery Ph 0402302028 Robyn pack, GC $6500 Ph 0439797922 Gazal Pop-Top caravan, single Ute Mate Campervan, 3-way axle, roll out awning, 2 single fridge, gas stove, 240 and 12 beds stored undercover, selling volt, VGC $2500 Ph 53912028 for health reasons, $18,000 Ph or 0423762270 53822537 Viscount Pop Top 1980, s/axle, Hi-Ace 1980 pop-top camper, 18’, 5-berth, GC, rollout awning, fair condition OHZ724 $3000 Ph full annexe, large 3-way fridge/ 53566212 freezer, front kitchen, reg 02/14 Jayco 12’ Pop Top, with annexe, $6900 Ph 0428827015 Ararat truck tyres, HD susp, and more $7200ono Ph 0429810550

Jayco 2007 Expander, AC, EC, annex flys, roll out awning, always shedded, S45774K $27,000ono Ph 53911772 Jayco Expanda Outback, 2008, battery pack, roll out awning, full annexe, bed flys, great family van, very spacious, one owner, immaculate condition $31,000ono Ph 0438887732 or 53874235

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, , always shedded, EC $17,900 Ph 53826676 or 0428826676

Caravan Traveller, tandem 17’16”, pop top, HD tyres, 2cyl, Jayco Expander, 16’ pop top, lots of extras, annexe $16,000 12/05 build, 3-way fridge, roll out Windsor Windcheater 2000, 2006 Jayco Expanda, TV, Ph 53891504 awning, inner-spring mattress 19’, double bed, battery and AC, roll out awning, full annexe, microwave, flys, hoses, EC $24,500 Ph 0419351246 shower, light and weight, easy $22,900ono Ph 0427880265 Jayco Hawk Campervan, to tow N5339 $26,000 Ph 2008 Fusion Caravan, 18.6’, 2002, in good condition, full 0415060314 duel wheels, QB, 120Lt 3-way length annexe with floor pole, fridge, microwave, TV, dvd, cd, front verandah and bed flys, light Clothes & radio, a/c, stove/grill 1 electric truck tyres, will sleep up to 5 Accessories and 3 gas hot plates, tunnel people, $12,990 Ph 0438332847 boot, roll out awning, EC, rego till Caravan, Evernew Poptop Karen, Nhill Horsham West School 11/13 $33,000 Ph 0427891385 1989, 3-way fridge, microwave, single beds, 2-burner gas Jayco Pop Top, 90 series, uniform package, 7 shirts sized Camper Jayco Dove, pop stove and grill, TV antenna, full single axle, single beds, 3 way 10-12, as new, 8 long trousers, top, 1984 with annexe, GC, annexe, long rego, bonus cover r/f, oven 4/burner cook top, 2 bomber jackets, school rego 01/14, R21434 $5500 Ph valued at $300, $11,000ono Ph plenty cupboards XRH094 backpack, library bag and reader 0408222466 pocket $100 Ph 53811258 53839288 or 0419558260 $9000ono Ph 53827594


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Commercial Equipment Commercial Black 3 glass door under bar refrigerator cabinet, new cabinet with motor, $1800ono Ph 53302008 Cool Room Motor, Kirby drop in unit, 1hp, 6mths use, 240v, EC $1700 Ph 0417101120 Drink Fridge, Orford, 2 glass doors, shelves and lights $1300 Ph 0417101120 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 Desktop Intel Core 2 QUAD CPU Q8400 2.66GHZ, Nvidida Gforce 6600, 320gig HDD multi recorder, 20” monitor, keyboard and optical mouse $350 Ph 0428336397 Optima Centoris V862 Laptop, 15” screen, Windows O.S, Nvidia Gforce 7300, 120gig HDD, core2 duo T5600, elite laptop case $250 Ph 0428336397

Farm Machinery 1985 International T2670, with 22ft grain tipper, GC, QRTT, great seed fertiliser truck, 5361F, $30,000+GST Ph 0428541522 30’ 5160 Shearer Bar, 620 edge on tynes, new shears, VGC $17,600 inc Ph 0417539107 Air seeder, 32’ AFM bar 8” cut, floating hitch with alfarm A550 bin, new spare belt included, VGC $45,000 inc GST Ph 0428894258 or 53894258 Dimboola Austin 1951 Tray, 12’, UB hoist, grain bin, suit wreck, Edmunds bale loader, bag loader, best offer Ph 53547510 evenings only Baler Class 85, VGC, Ph 0427957222

Rolant $4400

Berendes Grader Blade, 8’, 3 point linkage, hydraulic angle and tilt $5000ono Ph 0427323041 Boom spray, Hardi, 1200LT x 12m, foam/draw bar and hyd, EC $2200inc Ph 0428504228 Kaniva

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Farm Machinery

Farm Machinery

For Sale

Field Bin, Ackland, 20tonne with Silo, Sherwell 65 tonne, ground Antique horse drawn plough, bagger $2000 Ph 0409388611 opening lid and sight glass single furrow garden display $200 Ph 53596244 Harrows, precision rolling $6200 Ph 53910230 harrow, EC, hydraulic fold/life, Slasher Lockston, 15’, red Bed, electric lift and mattress, adjustable to 25’ $7700 Ph model, mulching loads $4000 elec blanket, underlay, hardly 0409859084 Ph 0428823372 used $1200 Ph 53566302 Header Inter 725, hydro drive, Small square baler, M.F 124, Pomonal low hrs, shedded with 3 fronts, GC $2900 Ph 0419389693 Bed, futon, queen size ready to harvest $3300 Ph Spray Tank Hardy, 1600L, innerspring mattress $400 Ph 53870522 fibreglass, $650 Ph 0428837235 53822911 Header, JD 6600 C/W 22ft open Stihl O5I Chainsaw, VGC, 26 front bat reel, completely re-built spare chains, 3 spare bars, $750 Bedford Freighter Motor Home, 10m long, lots of extras, and ready, good goer $15,000 Ph 53583326 350 Chev motor RSK542 Ph 53598254 Tank, 95,500ltr, galvanised maxi, $32,000neg Ph 0499248287 Header, John Deere 7720 turbo, 2” outlet and ball valve, ladder, 2 speed drum, 30ft tyne, reel lockable access hatch, plus Bench Seats, flip up, 4 seats front & trailer, 3000hrs, smale per row, $30 Ph 0408557603 extras $5500 Ph 0418304855 plucker to suit $20,000+GST Ph Tractor Tyres, rims and hubs x2, Billiard Table, slate top, 53808227 to suit MX Case, 620/70 R 42, excellent condition, 2-850 x Howard Bagshaw 24 run, fair 95% + $10,000 Ph 0408369685 1-500, 2 sets of balls and rack, condition levermatic $600 Ph Tractor, Lanz Bulldog, 1950 P cue sticks and rack, spider 0432401690 Series, model- D8516, 40hp, chalk, telepool number and I Tyre, 600/65 R 28 $1000+GST shedded as a working tractor shaker $3500 Ph 53821376 Ph 0408369685 $25,000 Ph 0429335706 Black Plastic, 8 new rolls, 4m Inter 711 Header, 18ft comb x 50m, suitable for grain shed with trailer, in good condition Ph floors and bunkers $1200 Ph 50833496 AH 0427323041 Inter 725 Header Hydrostatic, Books - Old, maths, physics, 20ft comb/15ft open front with chemistry, suit yr 12 student, comb trailers, in good condition good revision exercises $20 the Ph 50833496 AH lot Ph 53562301 Trailer, Heavy Duty with tank JD 7720 Header, reverse feed, and 5.5hp pump inc hoses, Bostich Nail Guns, 1x framing dual speed drum, 230 front, comb trailer, GC $19,800ono reduced $3900 ono Ph gun, 75mm nails, 1x rotary 0418529907 Ararat Ph 0428821394 magazine for lighter work also John Deere Tractor, 8760, UD CWA 300, Marshall nails, made in USA $500 Ph 300HP, 24sp power shift, TM880 Spreader, Lister 3cyl 53524062 Ararat 8000hrs, GC $35,000 inc Ph spinner motor, GPS guidance, Bricks, approx 1000 $240 Ph Bartlett ball $45,000+GST Ph 0428212996 0418101778 0408369685 John Shearer 28 run, fair Bricks, second hand, red solid, condition $1000 Ph 0432401690 Upper Cross Auger kit, to suit Macdon $5610 Ph 0428910211 qty 300, $210 Ph 0429824219 John Shearer Trash Culti Drill, 27 run small seed box, farm Vennings 14’ Seed and super scan monitor, VGC $11,000 unit, side delivery, VGC $9900 inc Ph 0417539107 +GST Ph 0427836214 Massey 185 Tractor, with loader Vennings Auger, 50 x 9 self forks and bucket $11,000 Ph propelled, hyd lift, VCG $11,000 inc GST Ph 0427325497 0418535801 New Holland 7840, FWA, FEL, Water cartage tank, rapid bucket and forks, new tyres, spray, 15400lts, can be reduced VGC, 6400hours, $33,000 Ph to any size down to 4200lts, with 4” camhock out let, retail Bricks, very old, solid reds, 0408171375 $18,000, sale price $10,000ono clean, on pallets of 400, $400 Nufield, front-end loader, good Ph 0419323118 Horsham Ph 0418529907 diesel gear box, large bucket 3pl $8000ono Ph 53562406 or Buggy Twister, Good Goer $500 0409255218 Ph 0427957222 For Sale Off Set Disc Shearer 606, 40 Bunk Beds, antique white plate, $11000 Ph 0427957222 135 Litre HWS/LPG 2009 timber, almost new spring model, VGC $550ono Ph mattresses, EC $350 Ph 0439309805 53881314 17 boxes of books, Readers Digest, novels, crafts, gardening, cooking, 100 plus LPs $200ono Ph 0428428035

Café Tables and Chairs, EC, 50 black Bentwood Style chairs, 5 rectangle tables, 15 round tables $6,000ono Ph 2 Plega Single Beds, 3ft x 0412936307 6.8ft inchs, touch button Carpet, near new, top quality controls, back and leg lift with wool, approx 120 square metres, inner spring mattress, EC, cost $4500 each Sell $3000 each Ph RRP $4800, sell $2800 Ph 53823092 0447539415

Boom spray, Hardi, 3400L, 20m Navigator, D/S foam, 16.9/30 tyres, hydraulics, lift and fold $19,800inc ono Ph 0427808601 REDUCED Header CAT Class 96 Header, 5000hrs, 25ft Lexion 470R 204, 340hp, 30ft finger reel, trailer, $15,000+GST front and trailer, GPS yield mapping, Auto contour, 2080 Ph 0427861052 Kaniva cut hrs, ready for harvest, Cultivator Shearer Fieldspan have retired, $165,000ono Ph 33’, $1100 Ph 0427957222 53541270 or 0427322006 3 Wheel Walker With Zip-up Diamond Chain, approx 32’ REDUCED Truck, ACCO Leather Bag, excellent $7000 Ph 0432401690 2150/B, 1979, 555 Road Ranger condition $50 Ph 53581100 Excavator, Mitsubishi 13spd, bogie drive, tipper and Stawell MS180LC, 18T, MUD/GP grain bulk, no RWC, 03886F, 4-Frame honey extractor wax buckets, GC, very reliable $25,000ono Ph 0429383050 or trough and gas hot knife $800 Case 460 Chain Trencher, 53598250 $24,200 Ph 0427360603 Ph 0488068251 2000 model, 27hp Kubota 6x4 Trailer, with crate, spare diesel engine, hydrostatic drive, wheel and jockey wheel $450 4WD and 4 wheel steer, good firm Ph 0432635701 chain with tungsten faced teeth, Air Conditioner, Suzuki z-way backfill blade, eng no portable refrigerant, 9000 B.T.U, V1505WH1099 EC, $15,000 quick sale, as new, cost $800 plus GST Ph 0427873578 sell $190 Ph 0438840235 or Russel 0439659862 Cast Iron Bath, second hand, Air Hockey Table, Haleoc, excellent condition, best offer Ph 1500ml x 750ml, GC $200ono 53824219 Huge discounts in March and April Ph 53911772 15% OFF ALL PORTABLE AUGERS IN STOCK Chainsaw, Mill McPherson Air hose reel with air fittings type, GC, $300 Ph 53548241 70’ Squeeze Belt Conveyor $ 29,900 ex gst -save $6741 and air pipe, new $100 Ph Peter Chainsaw, Stihl 028, super 0429139502 AH 85’ Belt Conveyor $ 21,990 ex gst-Save $ 3802 51cc, 16 inch bar, one owner, Airless spray unit pump, mint condition, workshop and 10” X 62’ Swing Away Auger $ 14,200 ex gst -Save $2328 Greco Construction King $6000 field tested, 3 months warranty, Ph 53582131 12” x 82’ Swing Away Auger $ 23,000 ex gst -Save $ 3,344 $550 Ph 0439723289 Aluminium TOA Trailer, Borcat Bunker retrieval machine $ 31,000 ex gst - save $ 6,717 32’ x 6’6” tri-axle, tare 6.5 Cool Room, 6m long x 2.4 tonne, roll tarp, service history, high x 2.4 wide, pallet door, 5 Phone Norwood Farm Machinery excellent order $33,000inc Ph 1/2 years old, EC, $10,000 Ph Horsham 03-5381 0706 53913197 after 6pm 53931228 or 0419025984

GRAIN HANDLING EQUIPMENT

For Sale

For Sale

Lincoln AS400/50 welder, EC Cycads, 10 medium size, great $4500 Ph 53582131 stylish pot plants or in ground Makita 3612 12mm Plunge $30each Ph 0428504913 Router, VGC $210 Ph 53881238 Dimplex Refrigerated Air Mariner Outboard, long-leg, Cooler, reverse cycle, portable, 15hp, elec start, ec, very little as new, $550 Ph 53596260 or use $1800ono Ph 0407737659 0439855993 Mattress, Captain Snooze, q/ Dinner set for 8, with everything, size, luxury zone, extra support roses, gold edging, never used to spinal area $300 Ph 53524062 $60 Ph 53823270 Meat Saw, GC $500 Ph Double Horse Float, Franklin, 53541380 all new tyres, registered, fair condition, J62305 $3500 Ph Nerine Bulbs, plant now for an Autumn display, several 0418792512 varieties, competitive prices Ph Elec lift chair, navy leather, 53542542 or 0409803298 cloth cover, on wheels, $700 Ph Nikko Stirling Telescopic 0402632058 Sight, 4x32 $100 Ph 53582111 Farm Gates x 2, galv, 1x3.11m, 1x3.65m $60 the lot Ph Noritake (Evansdale) dinner set, excellent condition, 8 53823270 settings, 56 pieces, $400 Ph Fire Surround with cast iron 53825283 and tiled insert, over 100 yr old, Old School Desk, painted with VGC $900 Ph 0439101170 folk art $100ono Ph 53585499 Fire Wood, split red gum and yellow box $70m Ph 53547531 Fishing Rods, 2 fibre glass surf rods, with Abu surf reels $100 the lot Ph 53823270 Furniture, Hardwood study desk $20, Pine coffee table $100 Outdoor Jarrah Table setting, pick up only Ph 0407357985 beautifully handcrafted, seats 8 Golf Buggy, electric, battery, laserlite $320, spare battery adults comfortably, $1000 Ph $100 (new), charger carry bag 0429909290 Ph 53522123 or 0431215956 Ararat Hand crafts, one box, knitted knee rugs and bed spreads, suitable for market $120ono Ph 0428428035 Hay Oaten, SAO horse hay, Palm Tree for sale for removal excellent quality, $6 a bale Ph at buyers expense, price is 53891504 Dimboola negotiable Ph 0447362925 Hot water service, new, electric, Patio Gas Heater, still in box Rheem 315L $600 Ph 53564502 $150 Ph Peter 0429139502 AH Hot Water Service, Volken Pea Straw/Garden mulch, mains pressure electric, 50 weed free, $5 delivered litres, 5 1/2 years old, EC $400 Horsham area Ph 0407011084 Ph 53913197 after 6pm Plega Adjustable Bed, double House bricks, 2500, s/hand, size, touch button control to clean, ready to lay, $2000ono Ph elevate back and legs, as new 0418535801 $2000 Ph 0409523448 IBOSA Electric Bike, EC $850 Pool Table, solid base Ph 0419894761 and fold up legs, sticks and Kitchen Benches, secondhand, 1x 2400 x 600, 1x 1800 x 600, inc sink, Ararat pickup $250 Ph 0419322775

Klamp Wheel Lock, 100% protect your car, size 195cm, its new $109 Ph 0400543038

balls included, GC $180 Ph 0407972090 Pump, electric start, diesel, high volume, 80mm, new, inc battery, $450 Ph 0428336397 Willaura

Pump, Hardi 1203/9, coupled to Honda 5hp motor w/gear reduction, max pressure, 15bar/220PSI delivering 90lts per/min $650 Ph 0428336397 Willaura Queen size doona, pure wool, mini jumbuck $100 Ph 53821468 or 0418370933

REDUCTION SALE

Kubota BX1860 2011 Tractor, with front end loader and konga 1.2m slasher, only 35hrs use, diesel, 4wd, EC $19,000 Ph 53595264

Rain Water Tank, Gal, 5800ltrs, VGC, RHS tank stand $450ono Ph 0428820708

Red Gum, split footwood, ready to pick up, $80 cubic mtr. Murphy’s wood yard Ph Large Corner T.V Unit, on 0408546028 castors, with above shelf REDUCED Rotary Hoe, for DVD/Austar, suit 42” T.V Hassett heavy duty, forward, $300ono Ph 0447539415 reverse gear, Honda motor, Life Jackets, 5 in EC, waders in 6.8hp, new blades $1000ono Ph 0407425689 EC $150 Ph 0419505737

For Sale

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 $12,000 Ph 0419553163 REDUCED! Hydraulic Landing Legs for Semi Trailer, with wheels, $400 Ph 0419323118 Ride on Mower, Deutscher 280, 12.5 HP, B/S motor, elec start $1250 Ph 0411419516 Ararat Ride On Mower, Greenfield 30”cut, brand new motor and battery $2000 Ph 0458681119 Ride on mower, Masport, 11/30, minimum hours, EC $1500 Ph 53911290 Ride On Mower, White Cruise Matic, 38” cut, 12 HP $2000 Ph 0458681119 ROK Electric Vacuum Blower, never used, still in box $100 Ph 0447539415 Safe, large, fireproof, 770x500x530, near new, must sell $599ono Ph 0447380293 Stawell Scooter, Superior 4, EC, with custom made canopy and new batteries $3999 Ph 53581723 or 0429406058 Shoprider mobility scooter, 2009m as new condition $1850ono Ph 0408234547 Singer Machine in Horn cabinet, boxes of cotton, fabric and patterns $150ono Ph 0428428035 Six man camper tent fits on 6x4 trailer, brand new, still in box $1300ono Ph Peter 0429139502 AH Sofa Bed, EC $350 Ph 0429238478 Sweater knitting machine, as new, boxes of wool and knitted garments $150ono Ph 0428428035 Swimming pool, 24’ x 12’, near new liner, bubble cover, sand filter and pump, ladder and hoses $1000 firm Ph 53922233 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, $1499 to arrange an inspection Ph 0438981153 Ballarat Tapestry, cotton and wool plus unfinished works $150ono Ph 0428428035 Tent, Blackwolf Mojave SG6, as new $350 Ph 0437009711 Tent, Ozetrail, used for markets inc. 4 walls 3mx3m $180 Ph 53823369 Timber , Oregon, 10inch x 2inch x 54m, 8 inch x 2 inch x 36m, $1000 Ph 0419505737 Timber Window, second hand, 1 fixed pane/2 sashes, 2693 long x 1268 high, GC $400 Ph 53581173 AH Toilet, Roma, white, s-trap, unused, worth $159, sell $80 Ph 53583661


For Sale

Household Items

TORO Wheel Horse ride on mower, 212.5 model, 12hp motor, GC $1000 Ph 53982486 Trampoline, childrens, good condition $75 Ph 53595285 or 0429200566 Traps, Vermin pests, deterrence and lures, environmentally Childs matching desk, chair friendly $95 Ph 0418584308 and bookcase, plus matching Twister Buggie, 150cc, GC dressing table with mirror and $1500 Ph 0427913221 side table in purple and cream Wall Oven, electric, Everhot $400 Ph 0418175930 $160 Ph 0427523317 Warne winch, M8274-50, new $3000, sell $1000 Ph 0408306453 Winch, Portable Electric, 12v 3000 pound capacity, new $200 Ph Peter 0429139502 AH Wood Master Wood Lathe, swivel head, cast iron bed, variable speed, 2Mt, 1 x 10 TPI spindle, 2 morse tails and accessories $400 Ph 53542638 Childs matching desk, chair, bookcase and side table Ararat Wood Stove, IXL, hot water in blue and cream, $250 Ph service tank inc $500 Ph 0418175930 Couch and matching recliner, Wood stove, Stanley Agar, flue brown, micro fibre, too big for kit, GC, HW jacket $900 Ph unit, as new, $525 Ph 53581320 or 0409582273 Stawell 0448009803 AH 53928259

Yabby Net Bags, carry and storage, available at Mitton Upholstery 168 Firebrace St Hsm $40 Ph 53823847

Couch, Oscar Furniture, 3-seater, pinstripe, ideal for student accom, $200ono MUST SELL Ph 0408313004

Yamaha Golf Buggy, petrol DB Mattress, Sealy Posture motor $2800 Ph 59201210 or Premier retail $1200 brand new $800 ono Ph 0428975203 Bill 0428920210 Dickwick Magnet, queen-size, EC $100 Ph 0448825609 or 53810390 Household Items Dining Chairs, 2 x Straight 2 mahogany bedside cabinet, Backed Edwardian $200 Ph 1 drawer, 1 door, $100ea Ph 53562301 53810332 Dining Suite, mahogany 2 Patchwork quilts, 185 x table, 6 black genuine leather 335cm’s, green/apricot tones, high-back chairs, excellent liberty print, $160 Ph 53825338 condition, cost $2750, sell $1200 or 0408334910 Ph 0409405629 Horsham 4pce lounge setting, 2 x 3-seater couches, 2 x recliner chairs, upholstered in blue embossed fabric, VGC, leather recliner, deep brown $1000 Ph 53844274

Dining Table, 7 piece, timber, cloth seats, as new $350 Ph 53911617

Electric Oven, built in with ceramic cook top, Fisher and Paykel, 600mm, GC $250 Ph Air conditioner, refrigerated 53524025 portable Nobo Cool, EC, hardly Fridge, Westinghouse, round used, view in Horsham $600 Ph top, as is $70 Ph.0427630051 53836378 Household Package, TV unit, Bed, QS, 2 side cabs, 7 piece dining table, pinto chairs, 3 dining, all as new, will sep $750 drawers lowboy Ph 53822256 or Ph 53882274 0429822256 Blankets, still in the plastic Kitchen Crome Setting, 6 wrapping, queen and singles, suitable for hospitality or chairs, vinyl, saffron colour, tan domestic use, $30 queens, $20 trim; wood grain laminated table, chrome double legs, as new singles Ph 0438947959 $325 Ph 53581100 Chair, Oscar electric lift, EC, Lounge Chair, leather, large, $800 Ph 0429954795 recliner, red $120 Ph 53824164

Household Items

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Marine

Motorcycles

Lounge Suite, Janda, 3-seater, Boat, 2007, Stacer 519SVS 2 chairs, floral pattern, GC $500 Sea Master Boat, Mercury 90 Optimax motor, with Stacer Ph 0429826937 Hopetoun V-loader trailer, very low hours, boat and trailer rego until Nov 2013, B- LA729, T- S21221 $30,500inc or ono Ph 53882248 AH

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Motor Vehicle Accessories

Yamaha Virago, XV535F 1994, Tow bar for BA-BF sedan, EC, 25,000km, RWC, lams rated 1600kg auto, 1200kg approved, rego March 2014, manual $200 Ph 0400917978 WB028 $3300 Ph 0419310296

Motor Vehicle Accessories

3 Micky Thompson Eaja ATZ Trades/boat Steel Full Length tyres, 265/75R16, 1 at 100%, 2 Roof Rack, for std Ute tray, Honda CRF250R, competition at 95% $600 Ph 0427329356 heavy duty,3.3mtrs x 1.37mtrs dirt bike, excellent condition, $350 Ph 50837259 5 Landcruiser 80 series 6 stud $5100 Ph 53810096 or steel 16”x18” rims, with nuts and Ute Tray, steel, to suit space cab 0408987595 Horsham caps $500 Ph 0427329356 6’10”x6’, tool boxes and battery Honda CRF450x, late 2008, Alloy wheels, Toyota Corolla box $1000 Ph 0429821171 excellent condition, extras, rec conquest, 16inch rims x 4, brand rego, new tyres, mechanically new, $395 Ph 53562414 Motor Vehicles A1. 6039A. $8,300ono ph Canopy Ute Back to suit std Under $3,000 0400514500 tray, near new cond, $1800 Ph 1969 Toyota Corona, no rust Honda VTR1000 Fire Storm 0418535801 suit restoration, RT 40-610922 Boat, brand new Hunter 2003, 7,600Kms, BR594, Canopy, to suit 8’x6’ tray, steel $600 Ph 54981227 or Single bed, trundle, white new tyres, RWC, $8,800 Ph Marine v-nosed punt and gal frame with lift out side and rear 0427981227 metal, $160 Ph 0427630051 trailer, 15hp Honda 4-stroke 0428941264 gates, separate front gates for motor warranty end 2016, new REDUCED Honda CRF 150, dogs, complete tarp cover with Single bed, trundle, white rod holders, fish finder and life small wheel Moto X , very zip sides and back, near new metal, $160 Ph 0427630051 jackets, carpet floor R27054 low hours, never raced, VGC, condition $1600 Ph 0429821171 $3000ono Ph 0408311257 Stools, Bar/kitchen x2, cedar $8000ono Ph 0427816202 ED LSD, 3.27 Ratio, VGC stain, country style, high backs, Bronze Propeller, 12 inch with $150ono Ph 0428820708 1971 Rover 2000 P6 automatic, swivel seats, as new, no marks, 45inch x 1inch s/steel shaft $80 Engel 40L fridge slide $200 Ph 124,949kms, runs well, original $120 pair Ph 0409405629 Ph 53524062 Ararat 0427329356 manuals and history, no reg, eng Horsham Catamaran, cheap, Alpha Ford Mag Wheels, 4xRoh, tyres no 40515252K $2000 negotiable Television low-line unit, Omega 4.5mtr, trapeze, race and rims, 225/50ZR16, 95% Ph 53566217 Pomonal mahogany stain, cupboard with rigged w/ trailer, C50/253 $2950 tread $600ono Ph 0458681119 1987 VL Commodore, owned shelving each end, shelf & 2 Ph 53566236 REDUCED Kawasaki Gearbox conversion, Ford from new, 8K196GL223604L drawers down middle, as new, Kayak, Dagger Halifax 5m, sea ER6F 2008, 650CC, Black, ED T5, gearbox, bellhaising, $800 Ph 54981227 or no marks, beautiful style/look, kayak, rudder, skirt, ideal ocean/ immaculate, rego till June ‘13, flywheel, clutch, tail shaft 0427981227 1650mmLx700Hx500D, $450 river, VGC $1195 Ph 53840264 done 3500kms, original condition $500ono Ph 0428820708 1988 Ford Ute, tarp and ladder Ph 0409405629 Horsham for $6000 Ph 0408397279 rack, rego 10/14 B.B.D.L. mags, Kayak, 2.8m Zambesi inflatable VIN JL4OJY11692C, DPZ112 Tumble Dryer, gas/electric, kayak, pump and carry bag, as Suzuki 2011 GSXR 1000, first $2200ono Ph 0427855030 VCG $275 Ph 0427523317 registered May 2012, 1500km, new, $260 Ph 53840264 EC, 1G4JM $14,200ono Ph 89 Lancer GLX, auto, TV, older style, set top box, Qunitrex 385 Explorer, 119,000kms, no rego, GC VIN: 0412733385 recorder, videos $60 Ph 20HP Mercury Motor, dunbier JMFCA2H41KJ006421 $500ono Suzuki 400 Quad Bike, 2WD, 53824164 trailer, Garmin fish finder, new Ph 0429163455 600kms, as new condition $5500 Twin Single Bed/Bunks, timber canvas cover, fully carpeted, Ph 53595285 or 0429200566 Hard Top, MGB Biantie Classic Carlectable and wrought iron, slat base, safety gear, rod holders, spare Manton, good order, Cars, 1-18 scale, huge range rails and ladder, inc mattresses, wheel, swivel seats, 5 months Suzuki DS80, 1990 model, GC, has been stored 30 years, $1000 Ph 0427562876 VIN: DC13A100738 $1000ono Ph 0418529907 EC $300 Ph 53941075 or rego, boat rego MC899, trailer Daihatsu Charade Centro 5D rego S95511 $6000 Ph Chris Ph 0427801969 0417148424 Holden 308 red motor, turbo sedan, 1996, Super-economical 0429908895 Jeparit pattern, fresh rebuild, comes three-cylinder run-around. Vintage indoor plant stand $30 Savage Jabiru, 3.55 v-nose with Turbo 350 gearbox Average cost to run in day-to-day Ph 53824164 punt, 1997 mercury 15HP, 2 traffic - $30 a month. Has done $2000ono Ph 0400048550 Wall unit/dresser, pine, 4 seats, safety gear $5200 Ph 303,566 kms but engine is much drawer, 2 cupboards, 2 shelves, 0417548650 Horsham younger, straight, mechanically sound, regularly serviced and 220H, 150W, 52D, 1 off piece, Ski Boat, Flight Craft Banshee with good tyres, not ideal for built by a cabinet maker, $350 and trailer, EC, perfect family highway travel but sits on Ph 0427182015 boat, rego EU165, and trailer 100kmh comfortably, no RWC, Washing Machine, Whirlpool rego TO8348 $6500 Ph XHR 429, regrettable sale at Cabrio, 10kg, automatic, 11 53981979 or 53982016 AH $850 Ph 0448571811 months use, like new, cost Trailer, multi roller boat trailer, Ford Falcon 2002, factory gas, Mags, HSV 4 - 18x8, excellent amazing economy, AC, CC, TB, $1200, sell $550 Ph 53812364 to suit 15-18ft boat, new tyres, Suzuki Motorbike, DR650 2 stage winch, $1500neg Ph SE, 2010, low kms, 12 months condition, new tyres, REDUCED fully serviced, well cared for, $1500ono Ph 0418529907 53524062 Horsham owner, RMS266 $2800 reg, with RW $6800ono Ph Ph 0437120034 Marine 0429139502 AH Boat, 3.4m aluminium tinny, Bermuda 340 Discovery, JV marine trailer, 15hp Yamaha motor, walk on trailer, eagle fish finder, tonneau cover, $4500 Ph Pine Kitchen Dresser, solid, 2 53524351 or 0439624351 piece $390 Ph 0427523317 Boat, 4.65 King Fisher Bayrider, REDUCED Childs 8pc 60hp Mercury, canopy, marine Bedroom Suite, including radio, GPS fish finder, Vic rego, trundle, desk and book cases always shedded, very nice boat, EC, HB431 $14,000 Ph $225 Ph 0428991202 53882274 Lounge, blue, 5 seat, with corner glass table, in good condition, $300 Ph 0438332847 Karen, Nhill

Motorcycles 12’ Savage Boat, with 8hp Mercury motor, with travel covers, VGC, inc fish finder, oars 1984 Honda Solo 6 250 and many extras AT648 $2800 roadbike, GC, no reg, no RWC, eng MC08E2009200 $1200ono Lounge Room Suite, 3 piece, Ph 0408222466 Ph 0409352556 2x electric recliner chairs, 3 5.2 Stessl, centre console, seater couch with both ends 1989 Kawasaki KLR-250, electric recliners, chocolate 60HP evinrude, redco trailer, EC, 19,500km, sport $2000 full floor safety gear and extras in colour, velour-like fabric on restoration inc top-end over $6000 Ph 0429797173 $1800ono Ph 0428922335 haul, new battery, brakes, Lounge Suite, leather, 2 x two 50hp 4-stroke motor, Yamaha, tyres excellent, suit someone seater lounges and 1 chair, VGC tiller steer electric start/tilt, wanting reliable bike for farm or $750ono Ph 53826584 $4500ono Ph 0429821238 off-road $2000 Enquires email nicheshop@line.com.au Lounge Suite, cream genuine leather, 3 seater, 2 chairs, brand The Weekly Advertiser BMW R8ort, 135,000km, ex Childs matching desk, chair new, hardly used, beautiful style/ welcomes your advertising. touring bike, side panniers, GC, We are required strictly by law and bookcase in peach and look, cost $3500, sell $1950 Ph RWC, rego Oct, YO459 $3900 to include specific information cream $220 Ph 0418175930 0409405629 Horsham Ph 0409954491 on some items when publishing your advertisement. Boulevard C50 Cruiser, A snapshot of your obligations Garage Sale Suzuki, fuel injected V-Twin, red are as follows: 2006 model, low kms, as new, BOATS many extra, FO852, $7500ono All advertisements for boats Ph 0428852338 must include: Buell XB9R Firebolt, 2002, • Hull number or Records (thousands) 78’s LP’s singles, toys, tools, tins, 29000km , VGC, Long reg, registration number of electrical items, radios, stereos, radio grams, cookwear, GD854,$7800 Ph 0407636449 the boat china, crockery, glasswear, household sundries, antiques If a trailer is included with the Honda 5 Wade VTR 1000, boat, the advertisement must and collectables. VCG, low km, after market also include: mufflers, RWC, YA982 $5500 To be held over the whole Easter break • Registration number or Ph 0458311922 - starts Thursday, March 28, 7am chassis number of the Honda CRF 230, 2010 model, trailer. Total clearance required looks new, little use, comes with Tuesday 2nd April, everything FREE REC rego, 8004.A $4500 Ph Kiata Hall, Kiata (40 mins, 60kms, west of Horsham) 0447188274

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Holden VP Wagon, dual fuel, new tyres, cage, very reliable, as is, rego 7/13, FKX273 $1200ono Ph 53881218

Hyundai Excel Hatch, 2000, GC and appearance, WCK907 $3000ono Ph 53826480 Suzuki RMZ 250, 2010, 2 hours use from brand new, perfect condition will not disappoint, $5900ono Ph 53812373 or 0412897704 Triumph 07 Daytona Super Sport 675, no reg, no RW, vin# SMTTMD10667304239 $8000neg Ph 0499248287

Hyundai Lantra SE, 1998, Mags, VR Clubsport, 4 -17X7.5, 148,000kms, 5-spd manual, excellent condition, new tyres, AC, CC, PS, near new tyres $800 ono Ph 0418529907 and battery, service history, Mitsubishi Triton hard lid and EC, RWC, OYN237 $1800 Ph roll bars, suits GLX-R model, 0418553990 blue, EC $1500 Ph 0434557919

REDUCED Wrecking 1988 Nissan Patrol Wagon 4x4, complete minus motor and Volkswagen - Harley Davidson gearbox $400 Ph 0411419516 Trike, 1600cc, Harley forks tank Rolling Chassis, Ford F100, seat, custom paint, $15,500 Ph 1973, 3” dropped I-Beam 0437759798 front axles, 9” diff $3000 Ph Yamaha 650 V-Star Classic, 0407350834 1st registered Feb 2012, 4400kms, immaculate condition, Vance-Hines pipes, pack rack, back rest, jacket and helmet included, IF6MB $8500 Ph 0418595257 Yamaha Thunderace YZF1000R, 1997, RWC, reg Dec 13, VGC, regrettable sale, Set of 4 Commodore mags CQ450 $4500 Ph 0409551122 20inch, new low profile tyres EC Yamaha TT600, 1987, $800 Ph 0438311775 17,000kms, GC for unregistered $1500 0427816202

Hyundai Lantra, AC, PS, 177,680kms, needs head gasket, will supply kit, # G4C8M711690 $500 Ph 0418529907 Hyundai Sonata, 94, silver, 245,000kms, VIN: KMHDF21FPSU242872 $1000ono as is Ph 0437964166 Amanda MUST SELL Toyota Corolla, 1993, no reg, runs well, eng no: 4A917168 $600 Ph 0438523758

Nissan Navara ‘97 Cab Chassis Ute, 2x4 petrol, steel age, Tool Box canopy metal, to suit tray, good tyres, for wrecking, Ph 6x4 trailer, ladder rack with shelf VIN: JN1ACGD21A0406374 $250 Ph 0458681119 $700 Ph 50837259


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Motor Vehicles Under $3,000

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Peugeot 306, 1996, black 4 door hatchback, auto, reliable first car, sold with RWC, 3 months rego, NUF657 $2500ono Ph 0438870835

2005 Magna Wagon, 3.5Lt, T bar, auto, cruise, climate control, ABS, cargo barrier, alloy wheels, one owner, full service history, t/b, many extras, UBX194 $9900 Ph 0428560630

Pulsar Q 1993, unregistered, economic runabout, needs work, 2006 Hyundai Getz 5dr Manual runs ok, vin- F4FN14MOE18655 Hatch, 75,000km, excellent condition, silver in colour, $600 Ph 0438311910 full service history UAY266 REDUCED Mazda, Utility, $7500ono Ph 0438754255 1987, B2000 cab plus, 5 speed, reg March 2013, good tyres, 205 Hyundai Getz, 2 door, 30,000kms, tbar, PFO426 $1250ono Ph manual, red, immaculate, one owner, 0402027023 UGK606 $9,000 inc RWC Ph REDUCED Peugeot GL 504, 76 0447398338 model, auto, air cond, original books AZH163 $1500 Ph 97 Ssangyong Musso, 5cyl auto diesel, good goer, 330,000KM, 53569340 or 0412482521 VIN KPTFOBIBSVP102024 Toyota Commuter, 1991, 12 $3200ono Ph 0419118788 seat bus, 279,786km, noisy Dimboola engine NJE690 $1550 Ph Ford Fairmont Sedan, 1997, 0413628306 Neil auto, blue, 225,000kms, t/bar, Toyota Corolla, 1976, 1 owner, dual fuel, gas fitted Nov 2009, original condition, has rust, good 12 months rego with RWC, restoration or kids learner car, ideal first car or cheap to run no rego, VIN 856889 $350ono family car, XIP138 $3750ono Ph Ph 53857399 0410017969

Ford Fairmont sedan, EL 1998, VGC, RWC, TB, AC, reg Jan 2014, new tyres, RPZ205 $3450ono Ph 0447380293 Stawell Ford Falcon EL 1998, XR8 manual, 185kW Toyota Corolla, 1993, no reg/ sedan, RWC, manual, runs well, engine engine, dual fuel, 126,000kms, no: 4A9165134 $800ono Ph OVP895, with RWC $8250 Ph 0438908574 0409562464 Ford Falcon Forte, wagon, 2000, new tyres and exhaust, RWC, reg Jan 2014, 176,000kms, RGT973 $5800 Ph 0429859890 or 53910220

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

0429846313 or 0353846313

2000 VT Commodore, 140,000km, GC, great first car, QLP137 $6500ono Ph 0488552131

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.

Holden Astra, CDX Coupe, 2006, silver, leather interior, auto, alloy wheels, t/wind, full options, EC, 58,000kms, UUI819 $12,500 Ph 53852687

Holden Berlina International Sedan, 2011. black, SIDI, rear sensors and camera, 37,000km, owned from new, excellent condition, RWC, YJN383 $24,500 Ph 0418175930

163,000kms, ULB928 $6500ono Holden Commodore VZ, 2005, 8 seater wagon, VGC, Ph 0408436285 Nhill RWC, XMO017 $10,500 Ph 0459507511 Holden VZ Calais 2006, V6, 213,000km, lowered, mag wheels, VIN 6G1ZX547X6L565592 $11,000 Ph 0438017363

Proton Jumbuck 2005, Holden VZ SV6 Ute, 2004, 6spd 44,000km, TNK985 $8500ono man, 203,000kms, reg seep 13, Ph 53826480 runs well, YQS258 $15,000 or make an offer Ph 0428845586 leave a msg

Holden VE-SV6 Utility, 60th Anniversary 2008, auto, 47352km, one owner, 6 months rego, metallic karma, t/windows, r/sensors, WLE437 $26,500 Ph 0417384311

REDUCED Toyota Corolla CSI, 4 door sedan, 1999, new tyres, manual, pristine condition, Pioneer radio, ideal uni car, RYB430 $3499 Ph 0438172837 or 53582836

4WD

2003 Toyota Hilux, dual cab, 4x4 canopy, bull bar, power steering, side steps, tradesman rack, A/C, RWC, EC, SNL820 Land Cruiser HZJ75 Ute 1996, $18,300 Ph 0419894761 very reliable, GC, PTO winch, Holden Rodeo, twin cab, steel tray, steel B-Bar, UHF, drive 2004, 3ltr TD, 12 months rego, lights, RWC, 1 owner PRK862 RWC, TWV498 $14,000ono Ph $19,000ono Ph 0417590792 0437844398 Mazda 2007, diesel turbo, 6 speed manual, silver, 175,000km, EC, 1 owner, full service history, new tyres, 12 month rego, leather interior, BOSS sound system, WIE045 $12,000 Ph 0429885236 Mitsubishi Pajero 2001gls Nissan Patrol 2001, turbo Wagon, 7 seat, V6 petrol diesel, silver, RWC, EC, rego 3.5Lt, 5 speed auto, blue/silver, 22/05/13, QVY280 $15,000ono 234,000km 9 month rego, Ph 53523997 or 0403367208 RWC, RDM345 $13,500 Ph Ssangomy Rextan, 2007, 7 0418373643 seater diesel, 140,000kms, new tyres, b/bar, tow pack, driving lights, elec brakes, VGC, XNF109 $17,000 Ph 0418384443

Toyota Land Cruiser Ute, HJ75, ARB turbo, bull bar and side rails, new a/c, new brakes and bearings, reco 1000 Toyota Rav4 CV, 2010, auto, pd warn winch, new BF mud AWD, 46,500kms, YQV749 terrains and rims, SOR926 $25,000 Ph 0410710143 $8800inc 0427836214 Nissan Navara 2005, STR 3.0TD, dual cab, travel setup, VW Golf, 2003, silver, manual, EC, TON441 $16,990 Ph 155,000km, 4 new tyres, rego 0417516599 Ararat 9/13, EC, RWC, SNA705 $8500

Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000

Nissan ST Patrol, wagon 1999 2.8L, 6 cyl, TD, EC, RWC, PRB658 $18,000 Ph Urgent Sale VY Series II, 0407338811 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

1999 Mercedes CLK Elegance, 4.3L V8 2 door coupe, silver, sunroof, 6 stacker CD, excellent car, deceased estate, SFE378 $19,500 Ph 53525675 Volvo 2004, SWD097 $12,000ono Ph 53521951

Motor Vehicles over $20,000 08 Holden VE Calais V Series, silver, auto, 106,000kms, 2004 C 1 8 0 leather, premier sound dvd, new Kompressor Mercedes, tyres, EC XFP994 $22,000 Ph 85,000kms SVB838 $20,000 Ph 0427902375 0408822091

2005 Toyota Camry Altise Sedan, 6cyl, auto, 62,700km, EC, TKB316 $10,300 Ph Holden Vectra, 1997, auto, 0427825026 12 months rego, RWC, PSN267 Classic Car 1964, red ford $3200ono Ph 0428504885 fairlane compact, 289 motor, Honda CRV, 2002, auto, restored 6 years ago, no rego, 183,000kms, RHQ708 $9900 no RWC, plenty of extras, ENG# Ph 0438820269 V702396P $12,000ono Ph Mazda 323, Astina Shades 53585526 Hatch, 2003, silver, manual, CC, 99,000kms, new tyres, Ford Falcon BA XR6, 2003, full service history, one auto, dual fuel, inj gas, AC, t/ female owner, reg Nov 13, bar, 140,000kms, GC, SFD633 RWC, SNC481 $8200ono Ph $11,900 Ph 50833509 0418371448 Ford Focus LV Hatch, Mitsubishi Lancer, 1999, GLXi, 2010, 2.0lt turbo diesel, auto, auto, low kms, tint, lowered, reg, titanium, RWC, like new, RWC, PLT324 $6300ono Ph 95,000km, XDE949 $17,000 Ph 0407824753 0407468949

1987 Hino FF197L, 481,348kms, 6-cyl turbo, tubles tyres, 6.7m beaver tail tray, 5mm flat floors, hyd bifold ramps, reco eng, new clutch, LED lights, GC, WOW919 $26,400 Ph 53992203

Musical Instruments

Prado GXL 2002, champagne, turbo diesel, EC, 12 months reg, RWC, many extras, ZKO247 $18,500neg Ph 0427857337 Toyota Hilux SR5, dual cab, 2003, green, V6, 5-spd manual, 80,000kms, roll bar, canopy SEE231 $18,900 Ph 0427946640 Toyota Hilux, 2002, silver, dual cab, SR5 3.OTD, lightforce spotlights, Cooper STT mud tyres, 285,000kms, EC, SAG592 $18,500ono Ph 0408301674 Dylan

Musical Instruments Amplifier, Ibanez Acoustic, 80watts, 2 channels, mic input, as new $480 Ph 53502339

Bass Amp, Gallien Krueger, 400RB combo, 15in, with 2002 4.8 Nissan Patrol, sw, st, back liner, 4 x 10 bin, near duel fuel, manual with AC, CC, new condition, $1200 Ph BB, T-B, S-steps, alloy wheels, 0428837235 ideal for towing, 167,000km Flute, Ebony Body, silver WEH493 $19,000ono Ph headjoint, original Rudolf uebel 53822654 or 0418521206 $1000 Ph 53548241

Real Estate

Flute, original Yamaha, 2nd Ararat 105 Acres, close to hand, YFL245 Japan, very good town,excellent location, dam, grazing, buildable S.T.C.A, $350 Ph 0438328693 available as house and land Leem, multiple amplifier, KA252, package eng Ph 0438389622 as new $600 Ph 50841281 Block For Sale, 4.6 acres, Pedal Organ, old $300 Ph 1.86ha, town water/power, 99 53562301 Old Hamilton Road Haven Ph Piano Renardi, small upright, 0438823814 VGC $500ono Ph 53585499 Block of Land, approx 3acres Piano, upright, steel framed, on 3 titles, heart of Glenorchy, tunes to concert pitch, suit old building, 2 horse yards, beginner to intermediate, local town water and power, POA Ph delivery neg, $680neg Ph 0417776527 0419517595 Farm house for sale by

Nissan Navara STR, 2003, 3.0TD, black/silver, LPG injection, manual, lift kit, bulbar, winch, rear locker, snorkel, simex and standard tyres, bash Piano, GC, new stool, $375 Ph plate, SWM797 $22,000 Ph 53821526 0418559128 Piano, Newby and Evans New Toyota Hilux, 4x4 2008 SR, York, must pick up $300ono Ph 3.0L TD, 5-spd manual, dual 0417370823 cab, bullbar, sidesteps, TB, Piano, old $400 Ph 53562301 tonneau cover, 38,700kms, RWC, March 13 rego, WHI560 Piano, Yamaha upright C180, $38,990 Ph 53822339 stool, walnut finish $2000ono Ph 0408234547

Honda Civic Sedan, 2008, white, 27,000kms, auto, EC, FMG594 $16,000 Ph 0428293349

Ph 53811606

Ford TE50 T2, 2001, gunmetal grey, black/blue interior, leather sports seats, sun roof, 5spd manual, 5ltr V8, 206,500kms, RYG555 $8000ono Ph 2002 Magna Sedan, 0400573984 144,500kms, reg until Aug 2013 with RWC RRO581 $6500ono Gemini SL, 1982, 50,000kms, local owner, original, EC, eng no: Ph 53584911 AH 53582315 164356Q $4800 Ph 53911290 2005 Kia Pregio GS Van, 2.7litre Diesel, 5 speed man, Holden 99 Vectra, 2.2 SL A/C, pwr steering, windows air, auto, bucket seats, rego 1/14, VGC, PKJ542 $5800 Ph with bars all round, Exc Cond, 53891504 184,500km Gen reason for sale, Holden Astra, 2001, manual, UDR074 $7900 Ph 53581246 silver, local car, low kms, RWC QVF654 $7500ono Ph The Weekly Advertiser 0447398338 welcomes your advertising. Holden Astra, 2005, silver, We are required strictly by law 85,000kms, EC, RWC, WOX004 to include specific information $9750 Ph 0409925570 Ararat on some items when 2001 Magna Solara, 6cyl, 3.5lt, VCG, 160,000km, deceased estate, QQQ735 $4500 Ph 53521137

Motor Vehicles over $20,000

Holden Berlina, 2007, sedan, auto, 60,000kms, registered Mitsubishi Van, 2005, dual fuel, and RWC, silver, XAH814 rego until Jan 2013, THS083 $18,990ono Ph 0428851853 $8900 Ph 53583474 Holden Commodore VE SV6, Nissan Pulsar, 2003, 2007, red, auto, good tyres, champagne colour, manual, 117,000kms, EC, WBE958 reg until Feb 2014, RWC, t/ wind, mags, excellent ladies car $17,500 Ph 0429919296

Subaru Heritage Liberty, AWD 2nd gen, auto, sedan, DGC leather trim, AC, CL, CD, PS, RWC, 250,000kms, long rego, Ford Falcon MKII Wagon, ZEO485 $5500 Ph 0428501277 2005, auto, CC, AC, cargo Toyota Echo, 2003, black, Toyota Dyna RU12 SWB barrier, EC, TLQ299 $7000ono 121,148kms, 5spd man, 3 2-Ton, inc Tieman, 1000lb lift, Ph 53470285 door hatch, ZIR454 $4995 Ph runs well, QRL326 $3000ono Ph Ford Laser, hatchback, great 0416224857 0418529907 first car, PXD167 $4500 Ph Toyota Hiace Van, 1996, 0437006354 wheelchair adapted, new motor, Motor Vehicles gas/petrol, TXK021 $3500 Ph $3000 - $10,000 53569126 1971 V.W Beetle, 1640 motor, Webber carbs, body needs a little work otherwise sound, RWC, UCH779 $4500 Ph 53524139 or 0418579964 Ford Marlin Space Cab, 1979 924 Porsche, 2lt fuel 220,000km, auto, good tyres, injection, red in colour, engine RWC, ROK159 $5800 Ph no XJOO2750 $5500ono Ph 0428375775

Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000

removal, Warracknabeal, 4 bedroom, modern kitchen, 12ft pressed tin ceilings Ph 0418562025

Glenorchy Area, 625acres, suitable sheep cropping, 4 bedroom brick home, extensive garden, excellent fencing divided 12 paddocks, approx 60 acres Sown Lucerne, Piano/Pianola, Playtone, imp shedding includes machinery, USA, GC, pianola needs repair, hay, workshop and shearing shed, $1300neg per acre Ph make an offer Ph 0409954222 53590339 Pianola, with many rolls, needs work, pick up from Ararat $500 House For Removal, Large weather board farm home, 8ft Ph 50701341 veranda all around, Rainbow area REDUCED $18,000ono Ph 042995113

Real Estate

Wal Wal Land, 145 acres for sale , all offers considered Ph 3 Bdr quality built home, 53596244 on acres, Toolondo Ph owner 53882274 or gumtree.com.au Wal Wal Land, 145 acres for sale , on 3 titles Ph 53596244 I.D 1015022597 4-BR House, 36.5 Acres, hobby farm, Ararat $415,000 Ph 0404157484

Sound & Vision

5 Acres 4BR house, Ararat Digital karaoke Juke Box $265,000 Ph 0408501630 for sale (or hire), digital, Allotments - Halls Gap. Proven LCD screen, from $1800 Ph area for sound investment. Fully 0419563479 serviced. Average size 1200m². Panasonic Disk Recorder, Magnificent views. From analogue, ok with set top box $119,000. Ph 0447582100 EC $70 Ph 53522305

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Sound & Vision Surround Sound System, JBL speakers, Pioneer amplifier, replacement cost $4400 sell $2500 Ph 53822911 TV, plasma, 42”, stereo sound remote stand, HDMI lead, VGC $290 Ph 0439309805 TV, Toshiba, 27”, with Toshiba stand, digital set top box, dvd player $250 Ph 042995113

Sports Equipment Bench press, Everlast brand, comes with arm & leg curl extensions, York barbell & weights, rarely used, $195 Ph 0409405629 Horsham BodyWorx KR6611, 2 in 1 rower/recumbent bike, brand new, never used $1095 Ph 0409405629 Horsham

Thursday, March 28, 2013

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DIGGERS

Gym Set, Pen Station, GC $200ono Ph 0437983536 Gym, Health Monster multiple home gym, in good order, $500 Ph 0428504725 York Fitness Compact 1, 12 weights, 10LB - 120LB, leg and arm pulls $500 Ph 0488068251

Wanted Malway, 20ft stubble mulcher Ph 0427861052 Wanting to buy a property in the Horsham district, please contact if you have any sort of property for sale Ph 0403291849 Amanda

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High Fraar impressive Hockey hunt been enjoying good success courtesy of his consistent gallopers. Bungalally Boy is one horse in particular who is earning his keep at the stables. This continued at Donald last Monday as the chestnut took his place in a 1200-metre sprint event for class-one gallopers.

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Former Dodson apprentice Holly McKechnie was booked to ride the gelding, quoted at $9 in most betting markets. Once the starting stalls burst open Bungalally Boy began like a shot out of a gun landing in a prominent position, giving his Horsham hoop an armchair ride up on the pace throughout.

The four-year-old bay mare took her place in a maiden event over 1850 metres. Horsham hoop Christine Puls was booked to take the mount and was also chasing her first win since returning to the saddle after an injury enforced layoff.

At the home turn McKechnie steered the son of ‘stud dud’ Kempinsky into clear galloping room and with a couple of reminders from the ‘shilelagh’ Bungalally Boy was able to produce a tenacious effort to overhaul eventual second place getter De Pony in the run to the post recording a winning margin of two lengths.

cKenzie Creek-based trainer Paul Preusker made the hour-long trip to Edenhope last Saturday with his promising but equally frustrating staying galloper High Fraar.

Local punters were hopeful of a bold showing from High Fraar backing her into favoritisim as the starter called the horses into their starting positions. Once the field of eight were sent on their way, Puls was able to slide into the box seat just behind the leaders. Approaching the 600-metre mark, the daughter of recently deceased stallion Fraar was travelling like a winner, and in the blink of an eye established a three-length advantage over her rivals at the home turn. In the run to the judge High Fraar treated her rivals arrogantly increasing her lead to win by five lengths. The dominance of this victory suggests this girl has found her niche as a stayer and fun times are sure to be ahead for her patient owners.

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In brief • Black Caviar’s trackwork rider Patrick Bell wins the Apsley Cup aboard Sandhill Chief for Bordertown trainer Sam Turner. • Horsham hobby trainer Stephen Lenehan won the opening event at Edenhope with his rejuvenated galloper Milensnake. • Horsham’s leading jockey Dean Yendall boots home Delbedient for leading country trainer Darren Weir.

Horsham Hockey Club is on the hunt for new players to take part in this year’s Wimmera Hockey Association season. The club is looking for junior and male and female players for its respective Bombers, Hurricanes and Highlanders teams. The club also has a beginners’ minkey program for children aged from five to 11. Horsham club training has started at Cornell Park with juniors from 4pm and 5pm and seniors 5.45pm to 7.15pm on Wednesday nights. The Wimmera Association season starts on April 20 and as well as the Horsham club, also features teams from Kaniva, Yanac, Nhill, Dimboola and Warracknabeal. All association weekly games are at one venue each weekend and rotate between the centres.

Anglers ready for Rocklands

• A big Easter weekend of racing awaits fans all over the Wimmera with meetings held at Warracknabeal on Saturday and the Stawell Gold Cup on Sunday.

Horsham Angling Club members will start preparing for an April 20-21 competition at Rocklands Reservoir after an annual contest on the Murray River.

• Josh Mackay is treasurer and executive of Horsham and District Racing Club.

Bruce Thomson caught a 1.534-kilogram yellowbel-

ly to win the Murray River event from Al Vanstan, 1.303, Steve Parish 1.066 and Ben Devlin 1.053. Trent Shiells, 0.695, won a junior section from Ryan Kemp 0.477 and Riley Noordam 0.341.


Thursday, March 28, 2013

Homers and Hoppers throw down gauntlet By DEAN LAWSON

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omers are set to continue a Horsham Cricket Association dynasty after premiership victory confirmed their status as the best cricket outfit across the central Wimmera.

The extended Hopper family remains at the core of the talented group which dispatched Rupanyup-Minyip at Horsham City Oval last weekend and are not going anywhere. The Hopper legacy, stretching back to association patriarch the late Cec Hopper, picked up by his sons David and Barry and now in the hands of Ash, Chris, Simon and Tim, will continue to throw down the gauntlet to all challengers. It was no surprise that Chris Hopper, after bludgeoning big scores with his aggressive batting style and continually taking wickets with his leftarm orthodox spinners, won the association’s Cec Hopper Medal. In games including finals this season he made 746 runs at 67.82 and captured 37-474 at 12.81. When the Hoppers fail or need help to make things happen in the Horsham cricket world then others around seem to pick up the baton. That’s exactly what happened in the grand final. Off-spinning all-rounder Simon Hopper, 5-38, proved a destroyer as Rupanyup-Minyip limped to 196 on Saturday but it was Pigeons skipper Lachie Jones who then led the way in the run chase. First-drop Jones, in form and making 640 runs during the season but often batting in the shadows of efficient opening pair Sandy Hodge and Jason Templeton or big-hitting Chris Hopper this season, shone in

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ACROSS CRICKET Horsham Grand finals A Grade: Homers 5-203 (L. Jones 73no, S. Hopper 44, J. Templeton 35, S. Hodge 23) d Rupanyup-Minyip 196 (P. Morgan 62, C. Morgan 31; S. Hopper 5-38). B Grade: Rupanyup-Minyip 156 (G. Young 39, N. Hudson 33; B. Tough 3-64) and 0-51 (D. Clark 36no) d NatimukGoroke 123 (C. Robinson 46; V. White 3-36) and 6-112 (B. Tough 26). C Grade: Game two, Blackheath 5-174 (D. Toet 87, R. Barber 38no) d Horsham Saints 8-162 (B. Thompson 83; R. Ticchi 32; G. Pohlner 3-45). Awards Cec Hopper Medal: Chris Hopper Homers (pictured) A Grade: Batting, aggregate, Matthew Combe, Noradjuha-Toolondo 639; average, Chris Hopper, Homers 63.56; bowling, aggregate, Chris Hopper 33, average, Jordan Huff, Noradjuha-Toolondo 11.34; Player of the year, Craig Britten, Colts; Man of the Match, tie, M. Combe, C. Hopper. B Grade: Player of the year, Kent Hair, Natimuk-Goroke; batting, aggregate, Kent Hair, Natimuk-Goroke, 488, average, Robert Caris, Quantong 100.67; bowling, aggregate, Jordan McDonald, Quantong 30, average, Jordan McDonald, Quantong, 9.37; man of the match, Health Lang, Lubeck-Murtoa.

DID IT AGAIN: Homers players celebrate another Horsham Cricket Associaiton A Grade premiership at Horsham City Oval on Sunday. Standing from left, Ash Hopper, Tyson Treacy-Keegan, Mitul Vyas, Tim Friend, Jason Templeton and David Johns, from from left, Adam Atwood, Lachie Jones, Sandy Hodge, Chris Hopper, Tim Hopper and Simon Hopper with perhaps three of the next generation of Homers’ star Hopper players. Pictures: WILLAMY IMAGES

in their mid to late 40s, also bowled 36 overs between them, suggesting they are a long way off retiring.

the grand final. His defiant and unbeaten 73 shut the door on the BluePanthers attack which didn’t have the arsenal to crack the powerful Homers batting list.

Association presentations on Sunday night reflected the home-and-away season’s outstanding players. NoradjuhaToolondo’s Matthew Combe won A Grade batting aggregate award with 639 runs at 58.09 and Chris Hopper won the batting average with 63.56 and bowling aggregate with 33-412 at 12.48. Jordan Huff from Noradjuha-Toolondo won the bowling average with 11.34.

Never enough Homers lost only five wickets in tracking down the target, Jones top-scoring, Simon Hopper capping off a fantastic final with 44 and Templeton making 35. Rupanyup-Minyip’s score from the previous day was never enough on a good batting but potentially turning wicket and considering the team lacked a spinner capable of consistently taking the ball away from the right-handers. Predictably, unflappable veteran Paul Morgan top-scored with 62 and his older brother Craig was next best 31. The Morgan brothers, both

FIGHTER: Rup-Minyip veteran Paul Morgan battled hard, scoring 62 and sharing a 73run partnership with his brother Craig, before bowling 23 overs.

In other Horsham Association grand finals, RupanyupMinyip scored 156 and 0-51 to beat Natimuk-Goroke 123 and 6-112 and Blackheath-Dimboola, 5-174, won its second of the best-of-three C Grade finals by beating Horsham Saints, 8-162.

C Grade: Player of the year, Mick Fletcher, Natimuk; batting, Mick Fletcher, Natimuk-Goroke 324, average, Darren McCann, Homers 53; bowling, aggregate, Steve Oliver, Homers 19, average, Brian Bird, Horsham Saints 9.63; man of the match, Kingsley Dalgleish, Horsham Saints. Ellie Flack Memorial award for outstanding service to cricket: Tim Lannen. Hall of fame inductees: Len Dumesny, Laharum; Allan Lockwood, Natimuk; Barry Ballantine, Rupanyup.

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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Footy Countdown Kalkee

Kees comfortable as favourites T

By DEAN LAWSON

HIGH FIVE: Kalkee president Dean Johns, coach Matt Beddison and captain Paul Christian with the spoils of a successful 2012 season.

alk casually with any Horsham District Football League supporter and the conversation will ultimately involve a simple but profound declaration. It will go something like: ‘regardless of what happens this season, Kalkee already has one hand on the premiership’ or ‘you may as well dust off the premiership cup and give it to them now’ and so on. It is true that the reigning premier looms as big if not bigger and more powerful than previous years and it seems on the surface at least that the early predictions might be close to the mark. It’s a curious circumstance, particularly for the Kalkee coaching group which has to develop creative motivational strategies. But if the build has worried Kees coach Matt Beddison it certainly doesn’t show. In fact the pragmatic Beddison said this week that the motivation was simple – to continue to back up the hard work of club volunteers be successful for the next five to 10 years. He said talk about Kalkee being red-hot premiership favourites weeks out from the first game meant little. “For us it’s not really relevant, especially a couple of weeks away from the first game. Our focus has to

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Seniors: Matt Beddison Reserves: Lindsay Hobbs, Daniel Robinson Under-17s: Damian Thomson Under-14s: John Goldsmith Auskick: Phil Mills 2012 result: Premier, W17, L2

and develop our junior personnel but in saying that we have been pretty lucky with our recruiting.

be game by game. We know that we are the hunted so we have to take that next step to stay on top,” he said. “From a club point of view you work so hard from a coaching panel and committee level to develop club success. You then want to enjoy the success and you don’t want to take the foot off after working so hard to get there.” Beddison guaranteed that his camp was under few illusions that there remained a tough season ahead.

“As I said, we are the hunted so we have to stay a step ahead and stay there as long as possible. That means working on strength and consistency. Believe me; it’s better to be in this position than to be struggling.”

Recruits Kalkee has earned ‘unbackable favourite’ tag during the pre-season after confirmation that Schultz brothers Steve and Grant were returning from Warrack Eagles and others including Aaron Barnett and Damian Thomson

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were on the list. Throw in others such as Ben Hobbs, Andrew Brown, Ashley Hastie and Lachie Robinson and there is suddenly a fresh look about the Kees. Beddison: “We’ve worked so hard on developing our juniors and they have had the benefit of experiencing senior success and they, as the future of the club, are probably our numberone priority. “We’re not really about recruiting a heap of players – more just to keep

“New players create more depth and give us the potential to push guys harder and demand more consistency from them. Barring injury, we’re going to have guys fighting for positions all year. “We’re blessed in having good tall players and our game for the last couple of years has been based around those guys. A key has been to find smaller, running players to complement them. “The fact that we’ve had injection of new players has created a fresh sense of urgency and excitement. The group has revelled in the extra pressure for players to hold spots and created more enthusiasm.”

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By DEAN LAWSON

e could only imagine the enormous sense of irony if Dimboola was the club this year to end Horsham’s premiership domination of Wimmera Football League.

Apart from creating history in breaching what has been an impregnable fortress for the past decade, the Roos would find themselves patting former long-time Demons adversary Stuart Farr on the back.

At a glance Coaches

Seniors: Stuart Farr Reserves: Dean Toet, Isaac Eldridge Under-17s: Bruce Miller Under-14s: Shaun Bray, Chris Harberger Auskick: Rob Pyers 2012 result: Third, W12, L7

There is also little doubt that the coaching reputation of Farr, Demons premiership mastermind for seven years and in charge of Roos after a controversial split with his childhood club, would go through the roof.

fantastic one for the club. He has brought a new dimension and level of training, taking it to another level. And that’s where we are wanting to go with our ambitions and aims,” he said.

Farr’s appointment this year has provided bedrock for a major selfanalysis and development project at Dimboola which seems to be already paying dividends.

“We’ve heard stories about high fitness levels when Hugh Delahunty and the Lawson brothers were in charge years ago. But we’ve had people who were around then say they have never seen such intensive training as this year.”

The Roos have welcomed Farr’s rigid approach to fitness and discipline and players have flocked to pre-season training since his appointment. Club president Rob Pyers went as far as declaring that fans ‘without question’ would see the fittest Dimboola run onto the ground this year ‘in living memory’. “Stuart’s appointment has been a

Like many clubs, Dimboola has experienced enormous peaks and troughs through modern times. The Roos have fielded outstanding teams in certain years only to crumble and start the hard yards all over again the next. It’s a pattern the Dimboola collective is obviously keen to stop.

“Our long-term plan is absolute sustainability. We want to have a club that plays high-quality football year in year out that can sustain itself economically and maintain the best principles involving organisation and leadership. We want to be seen as the best club on and off the field,” Mr Pyers said. “A key to that is being seen as a strong community club with a strong family focus. We need to offer something different to everyone else and that includes off as well as on-field.”

HARD WORKER: Ryan Bell was an important player for the Roos in 2012. Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES

Important The Dimboola project has included the introduction of a newly styled one-on-one junior academy program and an intense focus on cherishing club participants and members. “It’s something we’re really focussing on. It doesn’t matter if you are a paid player or a kid playing in the under-12s. Everyone is important in our club. We have learnt the hard way that we have to be like that,” Mr Pyers said. “We can’t take for granted that people will support us.” The Roos played in the finals last year and Farr’s appointment provided recruiting momentum that added Matt Everett and Ashley Clugston back into the fold. Former Horsham players Andrew Seers and Josh Rentsch are also on

the list and follower Justin Chilver looms as a major pick-up. Josh Cook is likely to be back from injury and Farr hopes to be back playing in the

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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Red-hot Gift on cards T

he national athletics spotlight will slip over the Wimmera this weekend for what looms as one of the hottest Stawell Gift fields in years.

events, relatively new to the Gift program, have had a 33 percent increase in entries.

The Stawell Gift represents the season finale to the Victorian athletic season which has involved 29 carnivals across the state.

Speculation has always followed backmarkers in the famous footrace at Central Park but this year there is particular interest in the fastest men entered in the carnival.

Events apart from the 120-metre sprints, particularly middle and long-distance races, have also become an integral part of the carnival.

Jamaican and former 100-metre world record holder Asafa Powell, with a personal best 100-metre time of 9.72 seconds, will predictably wear the red scratch-marker colours and attempt to become the third runner in history to succeed from the mark.

Perennial favourite Tamsyn Manou nee Lewis, among popular athletes taking on the longer distances, will run for the final time at Central Park after competing in the carnival since 1994. Fellow Australian athletics star Craig Mottram, 2005 world championship bronze medallist, will also return to Stawell this weekend for the Herb Hedemann Invitation 1600 metres.

Two-time winner Joshua Ross, 32, meanwhile, who won from seven metres in 2003 and impressively from scratch in 2007, will start only one metre in front Powell, a victim of his outstanding lead-up. Matthew Wiltshire will be back to defend his title running off 5.5 metres and well back from his eight metres of last year. Other previous winners back to run on the grass in front a weekend crowd expected to swell well into the thousands include Mitchell-WilliamsSwain, Sam Jamieson, Aaron Stubbs and, remarkably, Rodney Matthews who is one of oldest runners in the field of

IMPOSING FIGURE: Jamaican sprint sensation Asafa Powell will be a major drawcard at this weekend’s Stawell Gift carnival. Picture: KAREN SHINKINS

150 at 44. This year’s Gift features a significant change to handicap rules with an extension of a front mark from 10 to 12 metres.

This year’s Gift has one of the biggest entries of the last decade with sprint events alone having a 13 percent increase from last year. McDonald’s Little Athletics

The 2013 Australia Post Stawell Gift carnival starts tomorrow night with a Calcutta and continues with three days of racing before culminating with the Gift final on Easter Monday. Stawell Gift backmarkers: Asafa Powell, scratch; Joshua Ross, 1m; Bola Lawal, 3.5; Matt Carter, 4; Mitchell Williams-Swain, 4.5; Khan Marr, 5.25; Aaron Stubbs, 5.25; Gary Finegan, 5.5; Matthew Wiltshire, 5.5; Dwane Beckles, 5.75.

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Netball gun guest Australian netball superstar Sharelle McMahon will be guest speaker at a Wimmera Netball Association women’s expo next month. McMahon will speak and answer questions from the floor at Wesley Performing Arts Centre from 7pm on April 13. The expo will also feature a fashion parade, the launch of the association’s website and include a light supper. Adult patrons will play $25, children 16 and under $18. They can call 5399 3530 or 0427 993560 to book tickets.

Sail back after Easter Horsham Sailing Club will resume competition racing on April 7 after having a break for Easter.

The club will be searching for ideal sailing weather after sailors attempted to take on blowy conditions at Green Lake last weekend. To a sailor, perfect conditions involve wind around the 25 kph mark without heavy gusts, conditions sailors occasionally experience on Green Lake. But last Sunday conditions involved a base-load wind speed of 35 kph with gusts

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ubaru appears poised to preview its eagerly awaited new WRX at the New York motor show after announcing plans to premiere a mystery ‘performance concept car’.

Details are scarce, but GoAuto understands the concept will likely give us our best look yet at what to expect from the third-generation Rex due on sale in 2014.

In a wider discussion on hybrid cars, prompted by news that Subaru’s US subsidiary plans to branch out into this area, Mr Senior said a similar time would come for Australia, but that it is not here yet.

AROUND THE BEND: The Subaru XV hybrid seen here will bow in New York, but it’s the likely appearance of a WRX concept – possibly resembling the previous recent concept show on the front page – that is creating real buzz.

“The timeline for it to be introduced into Australia has not even been discussed, indeed there are no plans for it to be introduced,” Mr Senior said. “There’s not a huge line of people waiting outside dealerships looking to buy hybrids, whether it’s Subaru, Toyota or any other company in Australia, so I think we have to be realistic and take hybrids one step at a time, to use a cliché,” he said.

The Japanese car-maker has already confirmed the next WRX will be styled differently to the regular Impreza, even though it will continue to share the same basic platform. It is unclear if the New York concept will preview the mechanicals, or just the styling.

Focus “The focus needs to be on what people want now rather than what they’re talking about down the track.

Smaller engine The next WRX is expected to move to a smaller displacement turbo-petrol engine, possibly a 2.0-litre as opposed to the current model’s 2.5-litre Boxer unit. Naturally, power will continue to be sent to all four wheels. However, the next-generation model could also feasibly go in a more radical direction by taking a leaf from the Subaru Viziv concept shown in Geneva this month, which supplemented an internal combustion engine with electric motors. GoAuto understands the new Rex

will make its production debut at the Tokyo motor show in November this year. Meanwhile, the ‘performance concept’ will be joined in New York by Subaru’s first production hybrid – a petrol-electric XV crossover pitched squarely at the North American market. The XV Crosstrek hybrid matches a combined internal combustion/electric powertrain to the company’s signature all-wheel-drive system, much

like the car-maker’s first attempt at a petrol-electric car – the non-production Hybrid Tourer Concept from 2009. But don’t expect to see it on sale in Australia any time soon, as Subaru has no plans at this stage to bring the car here. In an interview with GoAuto before the XV hybrid was revealed, Subaru Australia managing director Nick Senior said petrol-electric or dieselelectric cars were not a priority here

over the next few years. In the case of the XV, Mr Senior said he would prefer to see diesel and quicker turbo-petrol engines added to the range, stating that ‘our future is SUVs and performance vehicles’. Mr Senior said the larger turbo Forester XT was a popular and unique choice, and that he has lobbied for a conceptually similar XV variant. As both a crossover SUV and a performance car, such a vehicle would appear to be a natural fit.

“We have, as the rest of the industry has, has made significant inroads in reducing emissions, reducing fuel consumption and the cars that we are bringing in today at competitive market pricing – we are just not seeing that demand for hybrids. “Don’t say its not going to happen, because it will happen. But it is probably happening later than most people originally envisaged.” Mike Costello © GoAutoMedia, 2013

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ord’s all-new Kuga will provide the Blue Oval with better ammunition in the booming compact SUV segment when it goes on sale in May priced from $27,990 plus on-road costs.

The furore over rorting the temporary skilled work visa scheme could worsen the shortage of trained mechanics in this country, the Australian Motor Industry Federation has warned. AMIF chief executive Richard Dudley said proposed caps on the number of 457 visas issued could result in ‘Australia’s reliance on road transport grinding to a halt in regional and rural areas’.

Kicking off the range is the two-wheel drive manual Ambiente, pitched to steal sales from rivals the Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-5, Toyota RAV4 and Mitsubishi Outlander. But the Spanish-built Kuga is still priced slightly higher than Asian rivals like the Honda CR-V, which retails for $27,490 in base VTi form, while the popular Mazda CX-5 is $27,880 in frontwheel-drive Maxx guise.

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PROWLING KUGA: Ford has added an entry-level Ambiente variant to its 2013 Kuga range that will kick off from $27,990.

The Ambiente will be the only FWD Kuga and the only variant offered with a manual gearbox, as the rest of the range is fitted with Ford’s ‘intelligent’ all-wheel drive system and automatic transmissions. Manual Ambiente variants are powered by a 110kW/240Nm 1.6-litre fourcylinder EcoBoost petrol engine, but a more powerful 134kW/240Nm version of the

same engine is fitted to allwheel drive automatic variants.

models are $44,740 in petrol guise or $47,740 for the diesel.

The AWD Ambiente comes with a six-speed torque-converter automatic transmission and costs $31,490, while moving up to the mid-spec Trend costs $36,240.

The pricing marks a saving of $2750 over the outgoing Kuga Trend that retails for $38,990, while the petrol Titanium is $250 less expensive than the equivalent outgoing model.

Adding an automatic transmission to the Ambiente costs $3500. Opting for a 120kW/340Nm 2.0-litre Duratorq turbo-diesel engine, matched with a sixspeed dual-clutch Powershift automatic transmission, ups the price to $39,240. Range-topping

Ford has not yet announced equipment levels for each Kuga variant, but confirmed the Trend and Titanium will be the first Fords in Australia to come with DAB+ digital radio.

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of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, only half of all advertised carrelated positions were filled. In an interview with GoAuto, Mr Dudley suggested the statistics only scratched the surface, as many jobs in the industry were never formally advertised, with employers relying on word of mouth. He said some positions only attracted one candidate, limiting choice and potentially forcing employers to take on staff unsuited to the company culture. “If we could find 19,000 skilled mechanics in the Australian-based workforce, we would employ them, but they

simply do not exist,” Mr Dudley said. “Rather than continue to generate some sort of employment class war and social concern, government should be working with all parts of industry together to better plan for a diminishing labour pool, impacts of globalisation and the needs of all Australians to access all the services they need.” Data from the Department of Immigration and Citizenship shows that 457 applications lodged by the mining industry dropped 15.2 percent last year. Haitham Razagui © GoAutoMedia, 2013


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oyota will reveal the thirdgeneration of its popular Kluger SUV at the New York auto show before it goes on sale in Australia in the first half of next year.

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FAMILY FRIENDLY: The current Toyota Kluger has been a sales hit, and a new-generation one is imminent.

The second-generation Kluger was a major departure from the original version that Toyota launched in 2003, moving from a smaller boxy shape to the larger, more stylish version that quickly became a family favourite in Australia.

A Toyota spokesman confirmed that Australian-spec Klugers would be built at Toyota’s Princeton, Indiana plant in the US rather than Japan where the current model is sourced. The announcement that it will show the Kluger, sold in the US as the Highlander, comes after a busy period for the Japanese car-maker, which earlier this year released the smaller RAV4 and late last year launched the top-selling Corolla hatch. Also on the launch radar are the 86 cabriolet – premiered in concept form this month and expected to hit production this year – and the new Corolla sedan, due in late 2013 or early 2014.

Although sales for the Kluger are down by 4.6 percent this year, it is still the third best-selling large SUV in Australia with 989 units, trailing its Prado stablemate that recorded 1238 sales, while Ford’s locally built Territory leads the pack on 1316 sales so far this year. While no technical or specification details have been released, it is expected that the 2014 Kluger will continue with Toyota’s current sharper, more angular design language that is slowly making its way onto all mod-

els from the Yaris to the Camry. It is also unclear what drivetrains will appear in the next-gen Kluger, however there has been speculation that Toyota Australia will continue with its petrol-only policy.

Diesel ix35 Czechs in Hyundai Australia has added its potent 135kW diesel engine to the ix35 SE, cutting the entry price for an oil-burner in the compact crossover’s range by $2600.

Previously, the cheapest diesel in the ix35 line-up was the mid-spec Elite that retails for $37,590, but the addition of the SE – Special Edition – diesel brings it down to $34,990. In January, the South Korean car-maker introduced the Czech-built SE in front-wheel drive petrol guise for $29,990, slotting in between the entrylevel Active on which it is based and the Elite. Coming standard with allwheel drive, the ix35 SE is powered by Hyundai’s R-series CRDi turbo diesel that produces 135kW of power and 392Nm of torque and is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. Features that differentiate the SE from the Korean-sourced

CZECH IT OUT: Hyundai’s Czech-sourced SE brings the opening price of a diesel ix35 down to $34,990.

variants include a unique front bumper with fog lamps, automatic projector headlights, power folding side mirrors, rear privacy glass and 17-inch alloy wheels. The SE cabin gets some additional goodies such as a cooled glove box, heated seats front and rear and leather/ leatherette upholstery including leather trim for the steering wheel and gearshift knob. The ix35 comes with a fivestar ANCAP safety rating and

standard safety features include a reversing camera display in the interior mirror, six airbags, hill start assist, and downhill brake control. Hyundai’s Australian arm announced in January that it would source the ix35 SE from the Czech Republic because of favourable exchange rates and to help alleviate supply constraints out of South Korea. Tim Nicholson © GoAutoMedia, 2013

Expect a hybrid version to be offered in markets such as the US. It is unclear, however, if a petrol-electric version could make it to Australia.

New York is shaping up to be an SUV-centric show, with Range Rover announcing that it will reveal its allnew Sport and Infiniti set to unveil a hybrid version of its QX60 crossover.

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Pirelli: Run-flats ‘not for cheap cars’ Run-flat technology is still too expensive for cheaper cars, despite it reaching a turning point worldwide, tyre maker Pirelli says. Pirelli Australia deputy managing director Cesar Alarcon said the tyres that allowed a driver to keep rolling despite getting a puncture were still a long way from becoming an affordable option on cheap family fare, including the Holden Commodore, Ford Falcon and Toyota Aurion. “I don’t see it happening anytime soon,” Mr Alarcon said. “The fact that it weighs more means it costs more as well. “Clearly we cannot expect run-flats to go on a cheap car because it would not proportionately justify the price. “It’s a matter of complication as well, because if you don’t have the room in the boot to fit a tyre, then you need to fit a run-flat tyre – you can’t go without a spare,” he said.

DEFLATED: Pirelli Australia says run-flat technology will continue to be too expensive to make it into mainstream cars..

According to Mr Alarcon, the premium end of the tyre market in Australia was considered as any wheel size above 17 inches in diameter. This market had grown by nine percent in Australia last year, he said.

up to 300km, depending on the brand. However, unlike a conventional tyre, run-flats cannot be fixed and need to be replaced – often costing up to 20 percent more than a conventional tyre.

Run-flat tyres contain specially strengthened sidewalls that can take the weight of a car even when the tread is punctured, allowing the car to drive to its destination.

The new-tyre market in Australia was worth $5-billion last year, according to data released by economics research group IBISWorld.

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2000240/241

001 Dead Latch

Clear Plastic Drop Sheet

3989

89

Sugar Cane Mulch Covers 8m² at 50mm depth.

2961137

1648

$

Handy Garden Hose

15m x 12mm. Perma Fit™ fittings. 3110360

1477

$

35mm Basin Mixer

WELS 4 star 7.5L/min chrome. 5001590/1

$

29

1390

$

Folding Camp Chair

6

$ 94

Black, blue or green. 3191078

5

$ 95

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1L Citronella Outdoor Torch Fuel

4 Shelf Galvanised Unit 1370 x 710 x 305mm. Holds 50kg per shelf. 2582522

17

$

49

Multi Purpose Poly Rope 9mm x 30m. Various colours. 4310091

3

$ 94

3340970

4L $17.95

2hr Tap Timer

Folding Padded Chair

25L All Purpose Potting Mix

$ 98

$ 45

$ 70

Black. 3080106

7

300mm Roof Ventilator

Black, terracotta or grey.

0810900/1/3

3

$

185mm Circular Saw

20 Pce Screwdriver Set

$ 49

$

$

1050W. 6240109

7

3090252

Low sheen white.

17

$

3 keys included. 4020097

9

99

1540211

$

95

$ 90

Flower Seedlings Asstd varieties. 3650286

66

3170609

2890

138

$

25m Heavy Duty Extension Lead

Rimini Resin Chair

$

$ 55

95kg capacity. White or green. 3191123/2

19

8

75

3170991

2

30cm LED Solar Bollard

$ 58

3361100

3

Stone effect finish.

4351047

13

$ 49

$ 98

9

38.5MJ/h heat output. Powder coated. Charcoal.

Portable Cooker

Leaf & Grass Rake

3240451

Patio Heater

10 amp. 4420129

90

Holds 9 cans.

Soft Cooler

69

6061822

4L Endure Exterior

12.5L Liquid Chlorine

Stainless Steel Entrance Set

6290174

4kg Hot Shots® BBQ Fuel 3170432

79

$

250W Multi Function Tool

2961500

7

3130493

4

$ 84

$

9

$ 98

38

Folding Saw Horses Moulded plastic construction.

45cm Outdoor Broom 4480202

$

5828526

1298

$

25

PER PAIR

Free Key Cutting Simply bring this voucher in to Bunnings Horsham, and we’ll cut you a new key free of charge. We’re at 24-38 Wilson Street, Horsham. One voucher per customer.

6 Pce ‘Promenade’ Setting Steel frame. Glass table top. Folding chairs. 3190679

129

$

20L Heavy Duty Bucket Black. 4460449

4

$ 50

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