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Road rage: Residents of Stumpy Gully Rd, Tuerong, are annoyed that their pleas to lower speed limits are being ignored. From left, Jo Fowler, Penny Carleton-Carlos, Kate Roper, Susan Todd, and Peter and Janet Moran. Picture: Gary Sissons

RESIDENTS living on Stumpy Gully Rd dread the sound of a skidding cars followed by the crump of metal again timber. If they do not hear the initial noise, they are brought running out of their houses by the sirens or flashing lights of emergency vehicles. The latest crash, on Saturday night, was outside the property of Jo Fowler who says efforts to have speed limits lowered have fallen on deaf ears. Ms Fowler believes the speed limit on Stumpy Gully Rd should be 70km/h rather than the existing 100km/h. “It’s a very narrow road all the way [from Moorooduc to Balnarring] and people lose control when they hit the wet edging,� she said. Acting Sergeant Melanie Lean of Hastings police said a woman in her mid-20s was “very lucky� when her car left Stumpy Gully Rd and hit a tree as she was going home from work in Moorooduc late Saturday night. “It wasn’t a thick-stumped tree but it was fairly tall and it came down on top of her car, so she’s been very lucky. She was taken to hospital overnight but was released the next day and appears to be fine, which is great news.� Acting Sergeant Lean described the gravel surface “a terrible, terrible road, as anyone using it would know, especially in the wet�. “At night that road is very dark too; there’s no lighting, so drivers really need to adjust their speed to suit the conditions.� Alison Leighton, Mornington Peninsula Shire’s infrastructure strategy manager, said the circumstances of the latest crash were being reviewed “and this analysis will include consideration of speed, road condition and overall safety�.

Outrage over ‘fake’ photo By Keith Platt AMBULANCE paramedic Terry-Ann Davies is outraged that she has been caught up in claims the ambulance union faked photos to influence its fight for better pay and conditions. Based at Rosebud, Ms Davies featured prominently in a photo Health Minister David Davies said showed trollies had been pushed together at

Frankston Hospital to exaggerate overcrowding. Ms Davies has written to the Premier Denis Napthine seeking an apology. Mr Davis’s claims were countered by critics saying the patients were waiting for care irrespective of whether they were spread out or brought in close together for a photo. Ms Davies said she was looking after a patient taken to Frankston in her am-

bulance (MICA) and was unaware that photos had been taken. “I got swept up in the issue. There definitely were lots of stretchers there,� she said. People had recognised her in the photo published by Herald Sun and CCTV footage from the hospital. “It was busy, there were even more stretchers out of shot and that’s not counting people in the [emergency de-

partment’s] waiting room.� Ms Davies said the hospital would have electronic records of the number of patients waiting for attention or on beds. “I am glad people are seeing through it [the faked photos claim],� she said. “We stay with our patients until they get a bed. “I was there three hours that night and was always close to my patient.�

Ms Davies said the way the photo was used against the union by the state government “could make patients in the Frankston area lose faith in paramedics�. “The minister seems happy to decimate that trust. The people who photographed the crowded trollies had a noble cause; the minister’s reasons [for releasing it] seem less than noble.� Continued Page 6

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Port planner’s Anglers set for ‘red’ zone invitation to public ‘experts’ THE Port of Hastings Development Authority is establishing three community groups so it can tap into the “extensive experience and expertise” of people in the Western Port area. “We know there are diverse views in the community about container expansion. That is why establishing this [PORTicipate] network early in the process is so important,” the authority’s CEO Mike Lean said. “We want to ensure community groups, environmental organisations, local businesses and other key stakeholders, have up-to-date information and the opportunity to contribute to the planning and progress of this critical infrastructure project.” PORTicipate, a “stakeholder engagement network”, will comprise three groups: community, environment and business. “It will be one of a number of initiatives to encourage community involvement in the container expansion project over the next three to four years, as planning continues and detailed scientific studies begin,” Mr Lean said. The authority is inviting expressions of interest from individuals and

organisations “with a strong interest in the port’s expansion and specific knowledge relating to the community, environment and business” to join PORTicipate. “There is extensive experience and expertise in the Western Port community. Harnessing this expertise and ensuring community input in the container expansion project is critical to achieving the best outcomes for the region.” The move to involve the public in port planning follows consultants being hired for geotechnical and geophysical surveys as well as Esso spending $150 million on its existing fractionation plant. Esso’s money will pay for maintenance and rebuilding, including upgrading two of three gas fractionation “trains” that produce ethane, propane and butane as well as installing a system to remove mercury from water in the oil and gas it gets from Bass Strait. Details about joining one of the stakeholder groups are at www.portof hastings.com Expressions of interest close on Sunday 3 November.

MORE than 2000 “serious” recreational anglers will hit the waters of Port Phillip and Western Port for the 30th annual Tea Tree Snapper Fishing Competition next month. Hosted by Mornington-based Snapper Point Angling Club, the event is Australia’s largest saltwater fishing competition, attracting anglers from across Victoria and interstate. There are more than $130,000 worth of prizes up for grabs, including three boats and all manner of fishing tackle and boating accessories, with the fiercest competition for “heaviest catch” of the fish known as “reds” . Eager anglers hopeful of winning the title of Victorian Amateur Snapper Champion can start fishing from 5am on Friday 2 November with the action continuing up to midnight. Weigh-in is from 9pm to midnight at Carrum, Mornington, Rye and Hastings boat ramps. Official weighins and prize presentations will take place on Saturday 2 November from 10am to 2pm at Mornington Racecourse. Entry forms must be lodged by Tuesday 22 October. Last year’s winner, Leigh Johnston of Pakenham, reeled in a 9.88 kilogram whopper in Western Port, while junior winner, 15-year-old Dillon Paul of Wallan, snapped up a 7.22kg beauty in Port Phillip. John Beasy of the angling club warned that fisheries officers would be out and about at boat ramps and popular fishing spots during the competition to ensure competitors were fishing within the rules. The bag limit for snapper is 10

On the line: Anglers of all ages are checking their gear and boats for the 30th Tea Tree Snapper Fishing Competition. Young Mornington fisho Josh Pingiaro shows off one his best catches. Picture: Paul Pingiaro

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Michelle-Ann was launched 46 years ago by John & Lois Mitchell, their daughter Michelle-Ann joined the business nearly 30 years ago and together they still enjoy completing the task of buying and stocking their huge store in Mornington with the latest cutting edge designs of bras, swimwear and breastforms, including Australian and imported brands from A cup to J cup. Sixteen years ago “The Pink Room” was incorporated at Michelle-Ann and is a very important part of the business, catering for women who have experienced breast surgery including mastectomy and lumpectomy. Lois and Michelle-Ann are very passionate about this area of the business and are proud to be the largest stockists of breast prosthesis, pocketed bras and swimwear in Australia. The Pink Room is headed by Velia Maclean who is a breast cancer survivor herself, with 25 years experience in ¿tting breast prosthesis. Store manager Helen McMillan, Sandy Evans and Betty Gilbee all provide a very caring experience, making sure their special ladies complete their visit to the Pink Room feeling comfortable and complete, plus providing them with a feeling of renewed con¿dence. Call into Michelle-Ann for the lastest designer bras and swimwear. They’re located at 147 Main St, Mornington or phone 5975 3649.

Inspiration for the breast cancer community The journey for women undergoing breast cancer can often prevent them from planning and thinking about their future. To combat this, Michelle-Ann Swimwear & Lingerie and Advanced Breast Care are launching the Be Inspired. Inspire Others campaign to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Managing Director of Advanced Breast Care, Penny Dudding, said that the Inspiration Project encourages breast cancer survivors to provide hope, encouragement and inspiration to women currently undergoing treatment. “The shared experience of breast cancer can create a bond between strangers and the purpose of the Inspiration Project is to bring together the local community,” Penny said. “Every week there are many women

diagnosed with breast cancer, but rather than focus on those statistics we want our friends, clients and their families to be able to concentrate on the increasing rates of long-term survival.” Penny is an experienced bra and prosthesis ¿tter and has been working with within the industry for over 18 years. “Working with women who have breast cancer, or are survivors of breast cancer, on a day-to-day basis means we see all spectrums of emotion.” “We want to be able to give back to our community and the Be Inspired. Inspire Others campaign is our way of encouraging our clients to embrace the future.” Michelle-Ann Swimwear & Lingerie owners Michelle-Ann and Lois Mitchell said they are encouraging long term survivors to share a poem,

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Shapers (or partials), are little additions which can add balance and symmetry and are ideal for women who have had lumpectomies or reconstructive surgery. ABC has recently introduced the Massage Air, which is 12 per cent lighter than any of their other breast forms. Managing Director of Advanced Breast Care, Penny Dudding, said

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saying or experience that helped them through their treatment, by ¿lling in a ‘footnote’ and bringing it in store. “We will attach all the ‘footnotes’ to our inspiration poster and display it in our store window during the last two weeks in October,” Michelle said. “This way the entire community will be able to share in the inspiration of our survivors.” Advanced Breast Care are an Australian owned and operated organisation that work closely with American Breast Care to deliver the most innovative, high quality products and services. Michelle Ann Swimwear & Lingerie stock the Advanced Breast Care range, with beautiful lingerie for all women. For more information, please contact Michelle Ann Mitchell | 03 5975 3649.

that clients with lymphoma are enjoying how cool the Massage Air is to wear. “We introduced the Massage Air to certain clients and all have indicated the difference the form makes to the Àuid on their chest wall.”“We’re proud to work with such cuttingedge and innovative technology to provide clients with the most comfortable and light breast forms.”


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All’s fair for peninsula artists SOME of the peninsula’s best-known artists will showcase their work alongside up-and-comers at the popular Somers Arts Fair at Somers Primary School. The annual arts fair, now in its 11th year, showcases an eclectic mix of art, sculpture, craft, workshops and live music, with funds raised going to the school. Melbourne band Deep Street Soul will headline a line-up of live acts, which also will include performances by Gossamer Pride, The Supergroup, Somers Primary School Choir, Somers Probus Men’s Choir, Frankston RSL Pipes and Drums Band, and DJ Brother Pete. Visitors can browse through oldfashioned country fair craft and food stalls and try peninsula boutique wines, beers on tap as well as music, games and competitions. For sale will be handmade items including hand knits, millinery, jewellery and homewares, photographs and garden sculpture. The main art auction will be at 1pm showcasing donated art from peninsula artists and the characteristic totem poles designed by artists exclusively for the fair. Children will have plenty to do with traditional family games, rocket launchers, a jumping castle, a huge inflatable slide, showbags, giant bubble blowers and more. Clay artist Antoinette Bonnici will be conducting a clay sculpting workshop for children, and Monique Morey will provide materials and instruction on pastel painting throughout the day in the art marquee. Somers Arts Fair is from 10am-5pm on Sunday 27 October at Somers Primary School, 87 Camp Hill Rd, Somers. Entry by gold coin donation.

Esso’s new pipe ESSO Australia will replace its crude oil and gas pipe between Longford and Long Island Point near Hastings. The company is seeking regulatory approval and hopes to start construction later this year. The 350mm diameter pipe will take 6-9 months to build. The new pipe will be built next to the one built in 1969, which was partially replaced in 1980 and is about 700mm. Esso said the old pipe would be cleaned and left in place in accordance with its licence. An Esso spokesman said the replacement pipeline “represents another significant investment in the continuation of our Gippsland operations, which have provided crude oil, condensate, LPG and natural gas to the Australian market since 1969”. Longford is southeast of Sale in Gippsland and is Esso’s onshore plant that receives crude oil and gas from Bass Strait. At its plant near Hastings, Esso extracts ethane, propane and butane from natural gas. It also stores crude oil before it is sent to refineries in Australia and overseas. Mike Hast

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Ms Davies, a paramedic for 10 years, praised hospital staff for trying to provide beds as soon as possible. She said Ambulance Victoria was investigating the taking of the photo and she had been interviewed as a witness. “In the photo of me in the Herald Sun, I am clearly attending to a patient who is being sick at the time so have been distressed to be accused of not caring for my patient ‌ and would not want my community to think I am unprofessional and not taking proper care of patients.â€? Ms Davies said the photo was misleading and “appears to be a smoke screen for the release of bad surgical waiting listâ€?. She believed Mr Davis “foolishly misledâ€? the public in the “stretcher shuffle beat-up in a district that affects the balance of power for the Liberalsâ€?. (The government is seen to be clinging to power with the support of independent Frankston MP Geoff Shaw). “The minister knows exactly how many stretchers were at Frankston emergency department that night,â€? Ms Davies said. He knew when they arrived, how closely together they arrived, when they were triaged and when those patients were allocated beds. “The minister also knows from viewing unedited footage of the evening that the number of stretchers was not manufactured and the view from the opposite angle showed even more stretchers than the footage he elected to cut and paste. “Mr Davis accused paramedics of

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Worried by photo: Ambulance paramedic Terry-Ann Davies at her Hastings home before driving to Rosebud for a 14-hour shift. Picture: Yanni

using patients as fodder yet he had no hesitation in showing the very same patients when it suited him and threw paramedics under the bus to boot. “The Premier now has a very hot potato about to land in his lap as his health minister has maligned paramedics in the Frankston area and used Frankston patients and families to at-

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Winds of change A RETURN to wintry weather did little to dampen the enthusiasm of Peninsula Preservation Group members and supporters at Dromana Recreation Reserve on Sunday. Hundreds packed the football club’s rooms and forecourt from 2pm to celebrate the end of the Dromana quarry tip. The proposal was rejected by the Environment Protection Authority on 13 September and last week Peninsula Waste Management said it would not appeal the decision in the state planning tribunal, bringing to an end the $20

million plus proposal to dump municipal waste in PWM’s old quarry on the Arthurs Seat escarpment off Boundary Rd over 20 years. Adults marked the occasion with a few beverages and finger food while children played in a jumping castle hired for the event. Hundreds of “No tip” signs were placed in a trailer for recycling. Victory day: Celebrating the end of the quarry tip plan, top; far left, Kelsey Dowsett, 8, of Dromana on the slide of the jumping castle at the party; left, one of the professionally made signs displayed in Dromana, Red Hill and Arthurs Seat, now destined for recycling. Pictures: Gary Sissons

Push to make quarry part of state park By Mike Hast THE Dromana quarry tip proposal is dead but moves are afoot to make the 18-hectare site part of Arthurs Seat State Park, which wraps around three sides of the quarry land. The end of the quarry tip came in a statement from Peninsula Waste Management board chairman Ian Vaughan last Wednesday: “Directors have decided not to appeal the EPA’s decision not to grant a works approval for the landfill proposal”. “A works approval permit was not granted due to some technical concerns, and the fact that Melbourne’s waste management policy is currently under development by the Victorian government and relevant authorities,

moving toward a more centralised disposal concept,” Mr Vaughan said. PWM will now withdraw its planning application made to Mornington Peninsula Shire. The R E Ross Trust, which owns PWM (and Hillview Quarries), stated the disused quarry had been identified as the next landfill for the region by “government agencies”. Trust chairman Eda Ritchie wrote to lead objector Peninsula Preservation Group: “It was our belief that with high-quality construction and management, this was a community service which was important, and it would also be a significant source of income for the extension of the work of the Ross Trust, which makes a difference

to many disadvantaged people, and of which we are very proud.” Last week Ms Ritchie said the quarry was a disused industrial site and was not appropriate to become part of the state park. Nepean MP Martin Dixon told The News there was “an overwhelming sense of relief among a large section of the community”. “I’m glad it’s now finished,” he said. Mr Dixon said it was the trust’s call as to the future of the quarry. “I’m happy to sit down with the Ross Trust and PWM to look at the options.” The MP said he was happy to do the groundwork for the state government to possibly purchase the quarry land. It could be returned to its natural state

and there could be limited public access such as walking trails, he said. Asked about precedents for the government buying land for parks on the peninsula, Mr Dixon cited Greens Bush in Boneo and The Sisters historic settlement site at Sorrento, “although The Sisters did not happen”. In 1975, after lobbying by the National Trust and conservationists, the state government bought 500 hectares of Greens Bush, part of 900ha bought by the Green family in 1926. They had used the land for farming but much of the natural bushland was untouched. In 1986 a public appeal was launched by the Victorian Conservation Trust (now Trust For Nature) to buy the remaining area and Victorians donated

more than $1.3 million. Greens Bush is now part of Mornington Peninsula National Park Peninsula Preservation Group president Jacinta Banks said the group would support moves to make the quarry part of the state park. Ross Trust set a precedent in September when it donated 47ha of bushland at Pakenham to Cardinia Shire. The trust bought the land in the 1980s for a future quarry but said it was now “surplus to its commercial interests”. It will be called Hillview Bushland Reserve. The council allowed an adjacent seven hectares to be subdivided into nine residential blocks with profits from their sale going to the trust.

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Super fun times hit airwaves ON-air drama is set to hit Mornington Peninsula radio station RPP-FM and Super Fun Night cast member Kate Jenkinson will be at the centre of the unfolding mystery. The community radio station is turning to drama to liven up the airwaves, with a new weekly radio serial produced in its Mornington studios set to begin later this month. Island King follows the Australasian adventures of Will King and the crew of the 80-foot ketch Catriona in the murder mystery series. Starring Andrew Curry, Nick Farnell, Doug Tremlett and Kate Jenkinson, the 13-part series gets off to tempestuous start in postwar French Polynesia and comes to a tense finish in Portsea. Island King writer writer and director Peter Swan of Mt Martha wants the radio drama to remind listeners that the airwaves are still brimming with potential. “I think it’s time for some variety on the air. Drive-time programs all seem to have the same fast talk, phone-ins and music. If I was a programmer looking for cut through, I’d be thinking about enhancing my offer with some different shows,” he said. “Crawling along the Monash Freeway might be made less painful with some well-produced drama or comedy.” RPP manager Brendon Telfer said the station was keen to do its bit to help break up the monotony and believes radio can take over where commercial television programming leaves audiences wondering what to do with their evening.

Radio days: Getting a taste of life at sea at Blairgowrie marina last week in preparation for Island King’s 31 October debut were RPP station manager Brendan Telfer, left, sound effects man Steve Meyers, writer and producer Peter Swan and RPP presenter Sally Baillieu. Picture: Yanni. Kate Jenkinson, inset, added her acting skills to the peninsula-made radio drama. Picture courtesy Peter Swan

“If you don’t like to cook, renovate or watch rednecks kill things, you can turn on the radio, or computer, and stream or podcast programs from anywhere in the world,” he said. “These days I’m more inclined to turn off the TV, drop the iPod in the dock and listen to the ABC, BBC, American Public Media or RPP. “It does wonders for the imagination to kick

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Pru Evans, the story of the most beautiful house on the peninsula – Beleura. A fascinating story told by a born raconteur and enthusiastic researcher. An account of the richest man in the Colony – James Butchart.

The Christmas Bonbons Opera – The Pirates of Portsea – all the best bits of the best Gilbert and Sullivan Comic Operettas twisted into a tale of mayhem by the Beleura Buccaneers.

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The House en fête decorated for Christmas. The theme – unexpected – from the glories of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Christmas treasures to whatever can have a bow attached.

Heather Peake, Theatrical Figurines. Heather will talk about her passion for the wonderful porcelain figurines of theatrical characters she collects. An illustrated lecture and the theme for Christmas 2014.

Tuesday 12th November 2013 Salon Readings – Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier. A reading to take you into the world of Mandalay and the evil Mrs Danvers. A chilling tale – a great novel – read by Kirk Alexander.

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Friday 13th December 2013 Each year we celebrate John Tallis’ Birthday. This year he would be 102. A recital in the Grosvenor Room by Christian Gillett and Amir Farid who will introduce you to the marvellous new Stuart Piano. A very special day.

And of course, the acclaimed House and Garden Tours – telephone 03 5975 2027 for dates and times and to book for any events. Pole position: Joyce and Simon Welsh have restored their 6.5-hectare (16-acre) bush block at the headwaters of Watson Creek.

New Landcare group tackles Watson Creek A NEW Landcare group being formed in the northeast peninsula region aims to enhance the quality of water runoff into Watson Creek, which has been identified as one of the state’s dirtiest waterways. The creek flows from its headwaters in Frankston South through Baxter, Somerville and Tyabb and into Yaringa Marine National Park in Western Port, which is part of Ramsarlisted wetlands that provide important food and habitat for migratory birds and is home to internationally significant mangrove communities, extensive saltmarsh habitats as well as seagrass and mudflat communities. Dolphin Research Institute director Jeff Weir stressed the importance of ensuring runoff to Western Port is healthy. He strongly supported the formation of the group. “Watson Creek empties into Yaringa Marine National Park, a remarkable ecosystem,” he said. “It’s just like being in Melbourne’s very own Kakadu, surrounded by massive stands of mangroves. What we have is too precious to lose.” Mornington Peninsula Shire Landcare facilitator Jacqui Salter said people interested in sustainable land management living anywhere in the catchment area – including Baxter, Somerville, Pearcedale, Hastings, Tyabb and Frankston South – were invited to join the group. “Landcare is a great way for people to meet like-minded people and make a positive contribution to the health of your area,” she said.

“A recent Somerville bushwalk led by peninsula fauna ecologist Mal Legg revealed the importance of maintaining and enhancing native vegetation as well as controlling weeds and pests in order to ensure the survival of indigenous animals in the northeast of the Mornington Peninsula, including possums, bats, koalas, frogs, owls, wallabies and migratory birds. Frankston South residents Joyce and Simon Welsh are keen to join the new Watson Creek group, having already “lovingly restored” their bush block at the headwaters of the creek. “We have undertaken a great deal of weed control, pest control and installed nesting boxes on our property,” Mrs Welsh said. “We are looking forward to meeting residents interested in sustainable land management.” Mornington Peninsula Shire mayor and Watson Ward councillor Lynn Bowden also backed formation of the group. “The Watson Creek area is very important ecologically, and the group will provide wonderful opportunities for people to come together to improve their environment,” she said The first meeting of the Watson Creek Catchment Landcare group is from 10.30ammidday on Saturday 19 October at Yaringa Waterside Cafe, Yaringa Boat Harbour, 1 Lumeah Rd, Somerville. To confirm attendance or for more information, contact Jacqui Salter by email at jacqueline.salter@mornpen.vic.gov.au or call 5950 1279 or 0408 213 079 (Tuesdays and Fridays).

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MORNINGTON Peninsula bands are being offered the chance to win the gig of a lifetime, performing alongside some of the biggest bands in the world at 2014 Big Day Out. The entry period for the Headspace Big Day Out band competition opened last week to up and coming youth bands from across the country. Four winners in each state will be invited to play on the Headspace stage at Big Day Out concert in their closest capital city. Entries, which close on 27 October, can be lodged online, with bands asked to submit an original song, a picture and short bio. Members of the public then have three weeks to vote for their favourite band, with the most popular going onto a shortlist. An industry panel will select four winners from each state. Mornington Peninsula band Monoxide said winning a spot to perform at Big Day Out would be a great opportunity to elevate their status. “For us, playing on the Big Day Out stage would be the greatest opportunity of all time; it would be incredible,” Monoxide lead singer and guitarist Joseph Dipisa said. Big Day Out CEO Adam Zammit said it was exciting to be able to offer such a unique opportunity to up and coming bands. “Not only are we giving young musicians a chance to shine nationally and internationally, but also we are

POLICE and Consumer Affairs officials have warned homeowners to be on the lookout for travelling con men offering cheap deals for odd jobs. Crime Stoppers Victoria and Consumer Affairs Victoria have warned Mornington Peninsula residents to be especially wary of “today-only” deals over the busy spring renovation period. Minister for Consumer Affairs Heidi Victoria said cheap, shoddy work on houses could cost much more in the long run. She said travelling con men become more active with the arrival of spring, targeting homeowners as they started to look at ways to repair or upgrade their properties. “They doorknock for work such as painting, roof restoration, driveway work and tree-lopping and put you under pressure to agree to get the work done immediately,” she said “Sometimes they even drive you to bank teller machines to get payment upfront. “If you suspect a travelling con man is knocking, don’t open your door, but if you do speak to them, ask them to leave. If they refuse, they’re breaking the law.” Residents are being asked to record as much information as possible about suspected con men, such as the name they use, physical description and vehicle make and registration details. Crime Stoppers Victoria chief

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driving attention to Headspace centres and the critical the work they do for the state of youth mental health in Australia,” Mr Zammit said. Headspace CEO Chris Tanti said initiatives such as the Big Day Out band competition helped put mental health on the agenda in a way that made sense to young people. “We know that music is a really important part of young people’s lives, so extending our involvement with Big

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LETTERS No port plans for Crib Point I REFER to the article “Rally to oppose coal plans” (The News, 8/10/13). Surely there should be some balanced political perspective contained in the article instead of accepting information peddled by the environment movement. Perhaps the writer should have consulted Hansard of 25 May 2010 where the then-Minister for Ports (and now Premier) Denis Napthine sought to clarify the Coalition’s position on port development south of Hastings, and in particular at Crib Point, by quoting from a letter he wrote that was published in the Hastings Independent of 20 November 2007 and I quote: “The Liberal Party supports the further development of the Port of Hastings. Our support for this project is subject to the satisfactory completion of effective, independent and upfront environmental, economic and social impact studies. “Another aspect of Liberal policy is that all port development be contained to the existing port area north of Hastings. As a result of this policy, no port development or any other industrialisation would take place at Crib Point or any other area south of Hastings. A state Liberal government would not allow Boral to establish a bitumen plant facility at Crib Point. “Liberal policy would favour rezoning the Crib Point area to low-impact residential and tourism. This would favour the development of projects such as the Otama submarine and the Stony Point to French Island and Phillip Island car ferry.” Why not contact the new minister’s office to verify that this statement is still relevant policy instead of peddling misinformation about projects that have no standing? Chris Watt, Friends of the Port of Hastings Editor’s note: The article restated the Liberal government’s policy that there would be no heavy industry at Crib Point. This was the subject of an article published in The News last year.

Port plans good, bad and ugly SOME readers may have seen Dick Smith’s recent documentary Ten Bucks a Litre, which highlighted Australia’s future energy needs, the different energy resources we have, their finite quantity, the sustainability of these resources and their environmental impacts. Most people are aware that brown coal is the most polluting energy resource we currently use, and that solar and wind power are clean and sus-

tainable. However, serious issues arise when we demand a stable, readily available and relatively cheap power source. Our future depends on us making the right decisions. Dick Smith’s doco highlighted the serious effects of coal dust on human health in Port Augusta, South Australia, a major coal export port. A former mayor of Port Augusta was in no doubt as to the cause of lung cancer and serious respiratory conditions in many members of the community – coal dust. A recent article in The Age by Tom Arup, “China powers ahead in hidden tender for brown coal millions”, revealed that several large corporations, including the Shanghai Electric Group, are vying for the right to mine brown coal in the Latrobe Valley. It is well known the state government is proposing a “super” mine for the Latrobe Valley, massively increasing the size of the area already being mined; much of the valley is sitting on top of brown coal. The general public is being kept in the dark about what the government is planning for brown coal mining and exports but piece by piece the puzzle is being put together. We are receiving bits of information about the expansion of the Port of Hastings and the possibility of it being used to export coal. So what are the implications? It will provide jobs but probably not as many as will be claimed. But here is the dilemma – it will cause pollution; pollution that is proven to be a major cause of respiratory illnesses, including lung cancer. If the port expansion goes ahead, which is most likely, we must ensure that very stringent health regulations are put in place and continually monitored. So the good is more jobs and more money for the community and businesses. The bad is the potential for pollution, not just from coal dust around the port but also from trucks on our roads as well as the potential of marine pollution from shipping. The ugly is that the natural environment will be removed and replaced by buildings, machinery, noise and piles of brown coal (if not enclosed) plus all the other infrastructure required for such an industry. One last point: burning coal is adding to the CO2 we are putting into the planet’s atmosphere, whether it is burnt in Australia or in India, China and other likely destinations. This is the big dilemma we face. Andrew Raff, St Andrews Beach Send letters to the editor to The News, PO Box 588, Hastings 3915 or email: team@mpnews.com.au

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CATE and John Jaede will open their Mt Martha garden to the public to raise money for poor African children. The open garden weekend is on 19-20 October at 38 Ellerina Rd. Entry costs $5 with all proceeds going to Kwaya Uganda Incorporated. The Jaedes’ expansive garden features hundreds of Australian native plants, complete with rocky creek and pond, and is a favourite destination for birds and butterflies. Richard Anderson of Merricks Nursery will share his extensive knowledge of Australian plants at the event. Mrs Jaede, above, will visit Uganda next year along with 40 other volunteers on a Kwaya Cross Cultural Connections choir tour as guests of the African Children’s Choir. Kwaya helps change lives in Africa through financial donations, gifts of basic essentials, educational material, and assistance with construction and renovation projects, and is a partner of the choir’s Music For Life program.

Songs for Uganda THE Mornington Community Singers and Friends will be singing to raise money for Ugandan child orphans at a concert on Sunday 10 November. Money raised will be taken to Uganda by members of the choir next April during a two-week trip “to help change the lives of those less fortunate”. The singers will help with financial donations, gifts of basic essentials, educational material, and assistance with construction and renovation projects. They will visit and help in an orphanage and at the school for The African Children’s Choir. Children in the choir come from slum areas. The Concert for Uganda to support the Kwaya Uganda Project is from 2-4pm Sunday 10 November at Mornington Seniors Hall, Flinders Drive, Mornington (Mornington Park). Afternoon tea will be provided and there will be a raffle and door prize. Tickets are $10 for adults and a gold coin donation for children. Details 5988 3373 or 0404 857 827.

Pampering night A “NETWORKING and pampering” night for businesswomen is being held at Benito’s Restaurant to raise money for Mt Eliza CFA. The event runs from 7-10pm on Wednesday 23 October. It costs $25 and includes a glass of champagne and canapés. There will be stalls, prizes, games, singers and guest speakers. Benito’s Restaurant is at 1196 Nepean Highway, Mt Eliza. Details: 5975 8060.

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A charming period home ENJOY the character of this conveniently located home. The house has three bedrooms, the main with an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. There is a delightful formal dining room and lounge room with ornate fire place. The interior boasts beautiful polished floor boards, decorative ornate ceilings, heating and air conditioning. The property also consists of a double garage with enclosed semi self-contained bungalow that’s perfect for a teenager or extra family member. Outside, there’s a raised entertaining deck that comes complete with shade blinds, and a convenient yard. The home is situated on a 466-square metre block and is close to schools, shops and public transport.

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Development opportunity THIS unique development opportunity features two properties on separate titles covering 2,772 square metres. Plans are in place for eight three-bedroom, two-bathroom, double garage townhouses. There are currently two solid and tidy houses sitting on separate blocks with potential combined rental return of $500 to $550 a week. This is the ideal opportunity for an astute investor to snare a prime development site with attractive returns in the peninsulaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s growth corridor.

Address: 282-284 Stony Pt Road, CRIB POINT Price: $680,000 Plus Agency: Baywest Real Estate - Hastings, 2104 Frankston Flinders Road, Hastings Agent: Sean Crimmins, 0411 734 814

Main road exposure THIS excellent investment opportunity on Frankston Flinders Rd is in the heart of Tyabb, the gateway to Hastings. With further development of Tyabb and future expansion of Western Port predicted, there has never been a better time to invest before commercial property prices in the area sky rocket. Shop one â&#x20AC;&#x201C; solicitor, leased until 1/09/2015 at $17,600 per annum, plus GST and out goings. Suite one (on the first floor) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; insurance broker, $15,480 per annum, plus GST and out goings. Vendor is prepared to meet the market and all reasonable offers will be considered. Address: 1529 Frankston Flinders Road, TYABB Price: Contact agent Agency: MC Real Estate - Hastings, 4/82 High Street, Hastings Agent: Michael Curry, 03 5979 8833

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28767$1',1*$&5($*($3352;$&5(6 Situated in Somers, Mornington Peninsulas most popular beach resort is this prime acreage waiting for you to build your dream home.This property is originally part of the renowned Korbanui Estate and has excellent improvements including: 2 Sheds 30x12 and 15x10mts; Ornamental lake; Excellent fencing all electric; Established tree lined drive; Bore water; 30,000 gal underground water tank; Landscaped area on the edge of the lake ready for home construction; Power to all paddocks and building envelope; Quality steel Cattle yard The possibility to maximize the potential of this land is quite clear with endless opportunities. Located within Green wedge zoning all the hard work has been done for you to start living the dream on the Mornington Peninsula with a planning permit in place until July 2015.

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This comfortable family home positioned on a large Residential Zone 1 allotment (1226m2 approx) is the ideal place for your family to enjoy a taste of rural life without the work and expense of acreage. The home itself features 4 bedrooms, master with a modern full ensuite and WIR, the remaining bedrooms all have BIRs. Large lounge room and separate dining room with gas ducted heating throughout. The Kitchen is the heart of the home and overlooks the family room with s/ system heating and cooling and access to the undercover outdoor entertaining area. Outside is a great workshop/garage with concrete and power, chicken coup, veggie garden, 27,000L in water tanks, solar power and a dble carport plus gated rear access to make any vehicle storage requirements easy. Investors note this property could also be suitable for subdivision (S.T.C.A.) and with the ongoing growth of the Western Port area the potential is here for an excellent return. For Sale: Offers over $399,000

A quality 4 bedroom home with open plan living and a spectacular outdoor entertainment area This home will impress with its stylish facade and beautifully landscaped front garden. Step inside to the wide tiled entry that leads to the kitchen which truly is the heart of the home overlooking the open plan family and dining areas.There are 4 bedrooms, master with FES and WIR, all remaining bedrooms are a generous size, include BIRs and are serviced by a sparkling family bathroom. Separate living zones are provided with a formal lounge to the front of the home and a rumpus room to the rear. Features include a large laundry, gas ducted heating and evaporative cooling, an oversized DLUG with internal access for that extra storage space. A huge merbau deck fully covered, with ceiling fans and enclosed with high quality cafe blinds.The backyard also features a 2000L water tank, childrens play area with cubby house and sandpit plus a large (6x3m approx) garden shed. $490,000+ Saturday 19th Oct 11-11.30am

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If you thought that entering into the property market was beyond your reach then think again.This incredibly DIIRUGDEOH+DVWLQJVKRPHFRXOGEH\RXUĂ&#x20AC;UVWVWHS Offering 3 bedrooms, this home may be in need of some work but it has the essentials covered; split system heating/ cooling and gas space heater to the lounge, kitchen with upright gas cooker and dishwasher and a gas hot water system- all in good condition. ,GHDOIRUWKHĂ&#x20AC;UVWKRPHEX\HURQDWLJKWEXGJHWRUDQ\RQH looking for a renovation project this property has great potential and is located in a town with a forecast for strong growth due to the future Port of Hastings and increasing local infrastructure. Opportunities like this are becoming extinct so act now!

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Superbly located only a short walk to the Hastings town centre and Marina this spacious and well presented unit would make an ideal low maintenance home or investment. Featuring 3 bedrooms with BIRS, serviced by a dual access bathroom, a large lounge room with gas heating and air con which adjoins the dining area and spacious kitchen; including dishwasher.A sliding door leads to the concreted courtyard for next to no maintenance.And there is a single lock up garage. Situated towards the rear in a block of 8 with beautifully kept common property this unit cannot be beaten on location and value.

This neat and tidy 3BR, BV home is an affordable entry into the home owners or property investment market. The three bedrooms include BIRs, there is a generous lounge with gas heating as well as a good size kitchen and meals area.The block is 531m2 and includes plenty of space and a garden shed. Investors take note; this property is currently returning $270 per week.

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Three bedroom home with all the features one needs and well-priced. The surprisingly spacious home has tiled entry, formal lounge, an updated kitchen and adjoining dining area with access to the covered pergola. Outside features a single lock-up garage plus single carport with roller door positioned at the end of a long concrete driveway for plenty of off street parking. There is also a large garden shed and veggie box.

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Hastings 15 Warranqite Crescent Light Bright & Top Location Great living areas catch the morning sun with picture windows to bring the garden into everyday enjoyment. Tiled flooring in the lounge, family room and walkways makes cleaning a breeze. The generous family room opens to an under-cover entertaining area, very private and ideal all year round. The bedrooms all have built in robes with the main a walk in robe and en suite. Ideal location close to shops, community services and facilities - just a short walk to the water side reserves. Low maintenance well established gardens make this a ‘must see’ on your shopping list!

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Take advantage of this opportunity to secure your position in the Peninsula Parklands for over 50’s. Situated in an ideal location within the park, this two bedroom unit has a beautiful aspect with established gardens and well-maintained frontage, complete with single car garage. The rest of the home doesn’t disappoint with back courtyard, generous living area including split system cooling and kitchen with meals zone. Don’t miss out, call for you inspection today!

Somerville 133 Jones Road Magnificent Property for all the Family A sensational home on three and half acres with an abundance of opportunity. This young home offers two levels of living. On the ground floor there are four bedrooms, main with walk in robe and ensuite, two additional bathrooms, study with open fire place, formal dining and lounge, then there is the large open plan kitchen and family room. Upstairs is the guest accommodation with lounge area, spacious bedroom with ensuite and walk in robe. Also on this level is the balcony with expansive views towards Westernport bay and the surrounding acre properties. There is a portico at the front door for your convenience, a double garage with roller door at the back through to the shed. Plenty of native trees have been planted and a good size paddock. Enjoy the vista and space this home has to offer as well as being close to schools and public transport

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Merricks 3405 Frankston Flinders Road Superb ten acre horse property. Highly sought after location with an exceptional quality. This property has been impeccably well planned, and includes the 2 bedroom cottage that has had a complete makeover. Some of the features are holding yards, large paddocks, round yard, barn with six stables, hot wash, post and rail fencing and an enchanting vista of Westernport Bay. So close to Merricks Horse trail, the Pony Club, General Store and Beaches.

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The first storey of the main home provides a large lounge room with access to the backyard, bedroom with robes and powder room while the granny flat, perfect for an elderly parent or young teenage retreat, comes complete with 2BRs and its own bathroom, kitchen and lounge area. The second storey provides kitchen with dishwasher and meals zone, spacious L-shaped lounge with sunroom and the final bedrooms including master with ensuite. Outside provides a single carport, two sheds with concrete flooring, one including power & water, two large water tanks and rear access to the generous 1,257m2 approx.

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Great Opportunity to Buy Seven and Half Acres This property is now going to Auction and will offer the discerning buyer a fabulous chance to purchase seven and half acres of land with an established brick home. The home offers three bedrooms, kitchen and meals zone, and a cozy lounge room with open fire place. The house has had a recent freshen up and essential work done around the property. Plenty of paddocks and an abundance of space, shedding and in a great location close to beaches and all the Mornington Peninsula has to offer.

Saturday 9th November at 1.30pm View Saturday 19th Oct. 1.00-1.30pm Elizabeth Wall 0417 528 042 elizabeth.wall@raywhite.com

69 High Street, HASTINGS, 5979 4177 hastings.vic@raywhite.com raywhitehastings.com.au

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COVERING THE WESTERN PORT REGION

Bay West Real Estate (VIC) Pty. Ltd. 2104 Frankston-Flinders Road, Hastings, VIC 3915 Ph: 03 5979 4412 Fax: 03 5979 3097 Email: enquiries@baywestrealestate.com.au Web: www.baywestrealestate.com.au

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282 - 284 Stony Point Road

$680,000 plus HASTINGS

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$380,000 plus

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â&#x20AC;˘ 2,772 Sqm (approx) development opportunity â&#x20AC;˘ Plans in place for 8 3BR, 2 Bathroom, Dble Garage Townhouses. â&#x20AC;˘ 2 Houses on separate titles with potential combines rental return of $500-$550pw â&#x20AC;˘Secure a development site with attractive return in the peninsulas growth corridor!

Â&#x2021;$UFKLWHFWXUDOO\GHVLJQHGKRPHZLWKIUHHĂ RZLQJĂ RRUSODQ â&#x20AC;˘3 bedrooms with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, main with ensuite â&#x20AC;˘Zoned living and dining areas â&#x20AC;˘Decked entertaining area â&#x20AC;˘Kitchen with stainless steel appliances, deep-set sink & coffee bar â&#x20AC;˘Studio/bungalow at rear with power & plumbing available

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By Negotiation

$235,000 plus

PRIME LAND, PRISTINE LOCATION LAST BLOCK IN BITTERN FIELDS â&#x20AC;˘709sqm (approx) centrally located block â&#x20AC;˘Fully serviced â&#x20AC;˘Close to schools, shops, transport â&#x20AC;˘Priced to sell - make your enquiries today!

Bill and I couldn't be happier with Baywest Real Estate. Thanks to Sean and Dayle's pro-active approach. Our house sold in one week for a price above our expectations. The service was excellent, Sean and Dayle kept us informed every step of the way which made for a comfortable and stress free transaction!

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â&#x20AC;˘Completely re-furbished, freshly painted, new carpets â&#x20AC;˘RYHUVL]HGEHGURRPVĂ&#x20AC;WWHGZLWK%,5 â&#x20AC;˘Central fully renovated bathroom â&#x20AC;˘Light & bright living and dining areas â&#x20AC;˘Well appointed renovated kitchen with 900mm S/S stove â&#x20AC;˘Large shed/ workshop on concrete slab

IF YOU WOULD LIKE A RESULT LIKE THIS CALL DAYLE OR SEAN 5979 4412

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249 High Street Hastings, Victoria 3915

$150,000

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MARKET PLACE

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Outstanding acreage SITUATED in Somers, the Mornington Peninsula’s most popular beach holiday resort, this prime acreage is just waiting for the addition of your dream home, with a landscaped area on the edge of a lake ready for home construction. This property was originally part of the renowned Korbanui Estate and has undergone excellent improvements including two large sheds, quality steel cattle yard, ornamental lake, top-quality electrified fencing, established tree-lined drive, bore water, 30,000-gallon underground water tank, and power to all paddocks. Located within the Green Wedge Zone with a planning permit in place until July 2015, all the hard work has already been done. The possibilities to unlock the potential of this land is endless, so get ready to start living the dream on the Mornington Peninsula now.

Address: 31 Davies Road, SOMERS Price: $1,750,000 Agency: Satchwell - Hastings, 1/97 High Street, Hastings Agent: Lisa Roberts, 0488 910 368

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HASTINGS Tick’s all the boxes

$320,000 to $350,000

Well presented freestanding 3BR townhouse, located in central Hastings a short walk to the Marina, main st shops, parkland and restaurants.Comprises modern designer kitchen with gas s/steel appliances, spacious loungeroom and meals area opening out to the private rear courtyard. Main bedroom with WIR & ens plus a further 2BRs with BIRs & central family bathroom.

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CRIB POINT Serenity

$485,000 to $520,000

A lifestyle opportunity awaits with this private 1/2 acre property. The home is sprawled over 22 squares and includes three main living areas. Sun Àlled kitchen with gas cooking appliances and dishwasher. Four bedrooms including main with ensuite. Outside features established native gardens, veggie patch, orchard, double garage and 12,000 litre water tanks.

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HASTINGS Victoria Heights

An exclusive release of this new, 2BR townhouse located just 50m from High Street. Comprising quality Àxtures and Àttings throughout, open plan living, s/steel appliances, gas cooking, quality carpets, heating & cooling, BIR’s to bedrooms, family bathroom, separate toilet, lock up garage, private landscaped gardens and 5 STAR energy rating.

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HASTINGS A Short Stroll

$325,000

Just set at the rear of Hastings renowned strip of shops, sell the car as you will be close to transport, beach, shops and all Hastings has to offer. This Immaculately presented Two Bedroom house would suit even the most fastidious of buyers as a live in or as an Investment. Make an appointment now to view your next buy.

Negotiable Over $270,000

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CRIB POINT Stylish & Modern

neg over $265,000

As new, immaculately presented three bedroom unit located within easy access to all amenities. Comprising of formal loungeroom, gourmet kitchen with large breakfast bar. Three good size bedrooms with built in robes. Outside features a large sized rear yard ideal for pets but yet low maintenance. Currently leased to a long term tenant at $1213pcm.

4/82 high street, hastings

TYABB Federation Square

$384,000

It’s about time someone put some thought into the design, attractiveness and functionality of townhouses! Hurry for considerable saving on stamp duty. A great place to settle down or to start your investment portfolio. Consisting of three generous bedrooms, full ensuite, federation styling, lock up garage, modern gourmet kitchen and more.

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Now that we are well and truly into the spring market, we have seen the number of enquires and buyer attendance at our open for inspections substantially increase, which would indicate growing confidence in the market. The opening of Peninsula Link at the start of the year really put Somerville on the map, drawing buyers from all area across Melbourne to the area. With low interest rates and high rental demand, we are also seeing a large increase in the number of investors taking advantage

of some great opportunities. Many are utilising equity in their own home, or taking advantage of their SMSFâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s (Self Managed Super Funds), to purchase with very little impact on their cash flow. Rental yields are high as demand continues, We believe the market places in Somerville, Moorooduc, Baxter, Tyabb and Hastings will continue to prosper.

Stockdale and Leggo Somerville would like to welcome James Conley to the Sales Team Coming from a real estate family himself, James brings great enthusiasm and a passion for the industry. He has a natural ability to communicate well with clients, has already purchased two homes himself, and with his great work ethic, James is committed to providing a top level of service.

For any advice on the market, or to simply make a no obligation inquiry about any property matters, James will be happy to assist.

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Stockdale and Leggo Somerville also picked up several prestigious industry awards at the company’s recent Quarterly Awards Presentation – an excellent milestone for the office, which out-performed many of its larger counterparts on the Mornington Peninsula. Shelly Brown & Chrissy Kouvaras achieved the following: Number 1 in Sales for the last quarter, number 2 and 3 in Listings and number 1 & 2 in Revenue, clearly cementing their status as top sales consultants for the area. Shelly and Chrissy were also recognised as the company’s top equal 10th sales people Australia wide for June, and the Somerville office ranked Number 2 on the Mornington Peninsula.

7 Eliza Place Somerville The Epitome of Luxury Living Exuding style and sophistication, this grand residence showcases excellence in design, encapsulating high end living in every possible way. The massive house is approximately 45 squares and the block is approximately 1323m2. Built just five years ago, this inspirational home provides generous living space in a private, secure, and extremely desirable location. The grand entry leads through to an opulent master suite of grand proportions; a wall of robes incorporates the practical dressing room and there is a stunning en suite that will entice the most fastidious of buyers. There are multiple living zones; both formal and functional, the stunning entertainers kitchen is of commercial caliber with walk-in pantry and scullery provided.

Auction Saturday 26th October at 1.00pm Inspect Saturday 12-12.30pm or by appointment Agent Ty Luff 0408 368 892

5977 8877

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LOVE THIS HOME

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Beach house perfection BLENDING limestone and timber, this contemporary Sorrento design epitomises the modern beach house and is well located only 465 metres from the township. Featuring a high-level of finish, the home boasts four bedrooms (the main with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe), two living areas, split-system air conditioning, ducted gas heating, polished spotted gum hardwood floors and a spectacular gas and solar-heated pool. A white Caesar stone kitchen with up-to-the-minute linen-look cupboard doors, stainless-steel appliances and large breakfast bar/entertaining bench overlooks the open-plan living room, and opens to a north-facing entertaining deck that looks out across the pool area. A separate lounge room has stunning views across the back beach dunes, national park and back over the tree tops towards the village. Add white plantation shutters, security system, ducted vacuum, large separate laundry with toilet/powder room servicing the pool area, and a lock-up double garage with guest parking for two or more cars. The home is set in landscaped low maintenance gardens of yukkas, native grasses and ti-tree. This stylish beach property would deliver excellent holiday rental returns.

Address: Price: Agency: Agent:

56 Ossett Street, SORRENTO $1.5 - $1.595 million Buxton - Portsea Sorrento, 109 Ocean Beach Road, Sorrento Troy Daly, 0418 397 771 or Rhonda Pitman, 0414 603 400

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PEARCEDALE 181 Craig Road

PURE PERFECTION! Show casing the pinnacle of acreage living this exceptional residence has a lifestyle of unquestionable quality on 20 acres featuring: • 9 paddocks which are all post and rail fenced, with lush pasture suitable for horses, cattle or market garden with various shedding for feed & tack room and rubber lined 20mtr round yard. • 4 Large bedrooms, spacious open plan living with beautiful modern hostess kitchen with quality appliances,2 bathrooms,1 powder room, 1 spa room and parents retreat. • All entertainment is catered for with a paved bbq area, tennis court and a picturesque lake • Large machinery shed (18 x 12mtr), gas ducted heating, evap cooling, JRUJHRXVRSHQÀUHSODFHDQG&RRQDUDKHDWLQJ6XUURXQGHGE\JURXQGVZKLFKLVPDLQWDLQHGE\VSULQNOHUVZLWKERUH GDPIHG irrigation system and 3 phase power to the property. Your love affair will commence with this charming property from the moment you drive through the gates, exuding charm and grace the pure enchantment of the location and the Homestead is simply spellbinding.

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CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT PHONE: 5979 3555 2100 Frankston-Flinders Road, Hastings www.century21hastings.com.au

HOME PORT CRIB POINT 13 Mentiplay Street

CASH BUYER Looking for a 3-4 bedroom home in Bittern/

Completely rebuilt from top to toe with a LARGEBRANDNEWKITCHENlTTEDOUTWITH quality appliances, new bathroom, freshly painted, all bedrooms have BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, new mOORINGALLADDINGUPTOMAINTENANCEFREE living. The home is located in a quiet court on a very appealing block of approx 1227m2 with a park like feel and very private. Outside also boasts a single room bungalow ideally suited for a teenager, two garden sheds and single carport. Contact Exclusive Agent.

Crib Point area with a large shed or room for a large shed to purchase NOW up to $450,000.

GENUINE BUYER.

Contact Wilma Green on 0407 833 996

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CRIB POINT 86 LORIMER STREET

Three bedroom residence that will appeal TOTHOSEWHOAREUPSIZING DOWNSIZING lRST home buyers or investors. Features include Caesar stone bench top, stainless steel apPLIANCES mOATINGmOORS HEATINGCOOLING  plus huge double remote controlled garage, visitors carpark and well fenced low maintenance back yard. Minimum 5% return for investors. Contact Exclusive Agent.

Cheapest home in Crib Point. Situated on 672sqm (approx) corner allotment, this well presented very affordable B/V home features two bedrooms with B.I.Râ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, R/V cycle AIRCONGASLOGlREINLOUNGEAREAPLUS timber kitchen with gas chef stove. Outside boasts single carport, X2 garden sheds, variety of fruit trees, vegetable patch and paved BBQ area. Contact Exclusive Agent.

PRICE $315,900 VIEW Saturday 2:00-2:30pm AGENT Ken Brown 0402 868 368

PRICE $285,000 VIEW By Appointment AGENT Wilma Green 0407 833 996

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ONLY 3 BLOCKS LEFT! Contact CHRIS WATT 0417 588 321 >

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CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT PHONE: 5979 3555 2100 Frankston-Flinders Road, Hastings www.century21hastings.com.au

HOME PORT

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BITTERN 52 Morton Crescent

BITTERN 1/9 Peddle Street

Set on 1/4 acre allotment in the leafy end of Bittern, this 4 B/R home features sash windows in all bedrooms, cottage style kitchen with Chef Gas stove and decorative high ceilings. Ducted heating throughout most of the home there is also Rinnai gas heating & cooling. Outside boasts a large D/B carport, a lovely outdoor area that looks out to the tranquil and very private garden setting. Contact Exclusive Agent.

Set on 1/4 acre allotment in the leafy end of Bittern, this 4 B/R home features sash windows in all bedrooms, cottage style kitchen with Chef Gas stove and decorative high ceilings. Ducted heating throughout most of the home there is also Rinnai gas heating & cooling. Outside boasts a large D/B carport, a lovely outdoor area that looks out to the tranquil and very private garden setting. Contact Exclusive Agent.

PRICE $387,500 Negotiable VIEW Saturday 12:30-1:00pm AGENT Wilma Green 0407 833 996

PRICE $339,000 VIEW Saturday 2:30-3:00pm AGENT Wilma Green 0407 833 996

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HASTINGS 7 Matthew Circuit

Low set 3 bedroom brick home on a large lot in Old Tyabb. Full ensuite to master bedroom, all bedrooms with built in robes, great living area with split system air conditioning and heater, plus modern kitchen and main bathroom. Outside boasts double carport, garden shed and large lightly treed backyard. Recently painted throughout; IDEALFORlRSTHOMEORRENTALPROPERTY Vacant Possession. Inspections by appointment only. Contact Exclusive Agent..

Surrounded by a professionally landscaped native garden this 4 bedroom B/V home with remote double garage is situated in one of the most sought after precincts of Hastings. Featuring master B/R with ensuite and W.I.R, 3 additional bedrooms WITHDOUBLE")2S SPLITSYSTEMINLIVING area, ducted heating, stainless steel appliances and side access to backyard. Outside boasts cubby house & entertaining area. Vacant Possession. Contact Exclusive Agent.

PRICE $320,000 Negotiable VIEW Saturday 11:00-11:30am AGENT Ken Brown 0402 868 368

PRICE $369,500 Reduced VIEW Saturday 12:00-12:30pm AGENT Ken Brown 0402 868 368

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HOME PORT

FOR SALE NOW OR MORTGAGEES AUCTION ON VENDOR TERMS!

Wednesday 13th November 2013 commencing @ 1:00.pm. at Shop 7 No. 145 Salmon Street Hastings Melway ref 154-J 11 ORDER OF SALE Lot 1 - Shop 3 No. 145 Salmon Street Hastings 3915 of 82m² Lot 2 - Shop 4 No. 145 Salmon Street Hastings 3915 of 82m² Lot 3 - Shop 7 No. 145 Salmon Street Hastings 3915 of 82m² Lot 4 - 10 High Street Hastings 3915 of 79m² Lot 5 - 12 High Street Hastings 3915 of 86m²

DESCRIPTION !SNEWLOCKUPSHOPSWITHmOATINGPLASTERCEILING CONCEALEDLIGHTINGANDINTERNALINVALID7# Including unencumbered titles to at least 2 car spaces in secure car park under building. BIDDING WILL BE ON A + GST BASIS.

VENDOR TERMS! OFTHESALEPRICEUPONFALLOFTHEHAMMER a further 10% of the sale price in 30 days with Vacant possession; Interest only on the balance @ 5% per annum payable in equal calendar monthly instalments with the residue with the purchase monies in 36 months. OR 5% discount for 10% deposit and full settlement within 30 days.

Contact Chris Watt 0417 588 321 for immediate inspection and further details >

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$560,000-$575,000

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Its not often a property such as this appears on the market. Once you drive up the sweeping tree lined driveway, to a majestic 2 storey stately home, you will be overcome with an irresistible need to live the dream. Awaiting, once greeted with gleaming tiles in the wide entry, is a large formal lounge featuring a Ă&#x20AC;UHSODFHZLWKTXDOLW\PDUEOHVXUURXQGVVHSDUDWHVWXG\DQGDPDJQLĂ&#x20AC;FHQWIRUPDOGLQLQJURRPZLWKODUJH windows overlooking a picturesque lake. Downstairs also includes a large kitchen with walk in pantry, GLQLQJDUHDSRZGHUURRPVSDFLRXVIDPLO\URRP ZLWK\HWDQRWKHUĂ&#x20AC;UHSODFH ZKLFKOHDGVWRDQH[WHQVLYH timber deck where entertaining your guests will be carried out in style.

Set on a corner acre landscaped block this 5 bedroom + study home is set up for the larger family or tradie looking for the room. All bedrooms are of good size with BIRS, the main which is located upstairs has a WIR full ensuite, kitchen and its own enclosed balcony. The large modern kitchen overlooks the front paved verandah, garden and barbecue area. A spacious family room has a coonara which leads to the formal lounge. Outside the home has high fences, with double gated entry to the side large 3 bay shed, room for the boat, truck or caravan and a vegie patch. Bring your family, furniture and toys and settle in. Inspection by appointment.

CRIB POINT

$295,000-$325,000

BITTERN

$480,000 - $510,000

NEW LISTING

20 HECTOR CLOSE - INSPECT SAT 19TH AT 12.00-12.30PM

RENOVATORS OR FIRST HOME BUYERS...

LUXURY LIVING....

Look no further if you are looking for a project, This large 4 bedroom weatherboard home might be the answer. Features include main bedroom with a large walk in robe, a good size kitchen with u/r cooker Laminex tops and good cupboard space. 2 large living areas with gas heating and a/c ,the home has RULJLQDOĂ RRUERDUGVWKURXJKRXWZLWKDELWRISDLQWDQGĂ DLUWKLVKRPHZRXOGFRPHXSDWUHDW2XWVLGH a double carport,north facing paved pergola, garden sheds and fully fenced rear garden, all this set on 1/4 acre no through road within walking distance to train station ,shops,doctors bus stops etc . Dont miss this opportunity!!!

Set on approx 798m2 of land in one of the best locations Bittern has to offer, you cannot beat the sophisticated design of this 2yo luxury 4 bedroom residence. Through the stylish formal entry you are greeted with neutral tones and open plan living which includes 3 versatile living zones. Positioned off the formal entry at the front of the home a rumpus or movie room whichever suits your lifestyle. Continue through the formal entry to an elegant central kitchen which presents stone bench tops, stainless steel electric wall oven and gas cook top, dishwasher and walk in pantry. All this adjoins a beautiful open dining and family room overlooking lush gardens. Keep walking - and you reach the lounge room which leads you outside to a superb undercover decked alfresco area with a 6 person spa perfect for entertaining.

BITTERN

HASTINGS

$345,000

2558 FRANKSTON FLINDERS ROAD - INSPECT SAT 19TH AT 11.30-12.00PM

$395,000 - $420,000

23 MATTHEW CIRCUIT - INSPECT SAT 19TH AT 11.00-11.30AM

MOVE IN AND ENJOY

HERE TODAY, GONE TOMORROWâ&#x20AC;Ś Set on 697m2 of land this 3 bedroom home is sure to tick the boxes. Features include a spacious Kitchen with ample cupboard space, gas cooking, a generous tiled meals area and family room. A parents retreat will be sure to please with a 2nd and 3rd living area off the main bedroom. All bedrooms offer BIR providing plenty of storage space throughout. Outside, a massive pergola with cafe blinds allows for entertaining all year round and for the guys, a large mans cave/workshop which will not disappoint. With a little imagination in the existing garden you can transform your outdoor area into your own haven. Within close proximity to public transport, local schools, and shopping; this is a great investment opportunity or SHUIHFWĂ&#x20AC;UVWKRPH

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$550,000 - $580,000

This 4BR family home, set on 731sqm block, has recent improvements including new carpet, paint, light Ă&#x20AC;WWLQJVGXFWHGKHDWLQJUDQJHKRRGZDVWHPDVWHUZDWHUWDQNV LQDOO DQGVRODUKRWZDWHUZLWKJDV booster. Entertaining couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be easier with a central kitchen featuring gas cook top, electric oven and dishwasher, overlooking a beautiful paved alfresco area with zip track blinds and lighting that can be enjoyed all year round. Other features include lounge, meals area and family room, evaporative cooling, WIR & FES to main bedroom and BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s to other bedrooms. All completed with a double lock up garage and rear access, a generous back yard with 6m x 5m powered workshop on concrete slab and neat low maintenance gardens. This is the ideal family home.

BITTERN

$309,000

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JUST YOU, THE VIEW AND SOME HISTORY TO Set on a 641m2 block, this home has a simple yet practical double storey design offering an . uninterrupted 180 panorama over the bay and Sandstone Island. The lower level features 3 large bedrooms with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, main bathroom and laundry, kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, island bench and plenty of cupboard space. Step out from the dining room to the rear lower deck and take in the remarkable views. Upstairs opens to an enormous living area with wood heater and feature Australian red cedar bar. The main bedroom has WIR & FES and also offers beautiful views. Other features include GDH, single garage with internal access, and landscaped native garden. If this is not enough â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the infrastructure is in place with the scope to extend the upper story (STCA).

OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS Set on a 702sqm block this 3 bedroom 1 bathroom home is located in a prime position of Bittern. With open plan living, features include kitchen with gas cooking, meals, lounge, gas heating, reverse cycle air-conditioning, built-in-robes in all bedrooms and a large multipurpose room that can be utilised as a sun room or rumpus room. Outside, a single car garage and small garden shed. The central location of this property will have you arrive at, the new Bittern Shopping complex, public transport or Bittern Primary 6FKRROZLWKRQO\DPRPHQWVZDON7KLVLVDIDQWDVWLFRSSRUWXQLW\IRUĂ&#x20AC;UVWKRPHEX\HUVLQYHVWRUVRULI\RX are downsizing.

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LOVE THIS HOME

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Beachside luxury living If you are looking for value EMBRACING quality and modern luxury, and positioned in a prime location, this immaculate five-bedroom, two-bathroom single-level residence is defined by the finest of fittings, finishes and contemporary fashion. Interior spaces reflect modern ideals of open space, streaming sunshine and zoned living, while extensive alfresco entertaining areas enhance the home’s appeal. Three separate living rooms include a sitting room to entertain guests, a rumpus room for the kids, and a spacious open-plan family room with a dining area opening on two sides to a decked entertaining garden that has its own dining deck, as well as a decked, undercover outdoor lounge room. The open-plan kitchen features up-to-the-minute appointments including a stone bench, Blanco appliances and glass splashback. The sleeping accommodation is exceptional, with a luxurious main bedroom that has its own retreat area, walk-in robe and stylish ensuite with a double shower. Three further bedrooms all feature built-in wardrobes and are serviced by a vibrant family bathroom. A large study could be utilised as a fifth bedroom if required. For the cars, there’s a double garage with automatic door and internal access. Other features include ducted heating and air conditioning. The location is in a quiet, sought-after area that is close to the beach, Main St shopping, schools and public transport.

Address: Price: Agency: Agent:

31 Mariners Retreat, MORNINGTON Negotiable over $750,000 Bowman & Company, 197 Main Street, Mornington Robert Bowman, 0417 173 103 or Deborah Quinn, 0428 205 555

for money, this is it SET on a 639-square metre block, this home ticks all the boxes for both presentation and location. Schools are within walking distance and Bentons Square shops are minutes away. Built at the front of the block with a clever floor plan that maximises the private rear yard, the house has three large bedrooms, the master with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, two living areas, a bathroom with separate toilet and rear access to the double garage through to a large outdoor entertaining area. The home’s interior is immaculate, while outside, well established gardens will delight.

Address: 38 Wensleydale Drive, MORNINGTON Price: $470,000 - $480,000 Agency: Blue Water Bay Real Estate, Bentons Square Shopping Centre, Mornington Agent: Joel Hood, 0428 488 355

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197 Main Street Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Mornington

Auction

13 Mariners Retreat, Mornington Designed with an emphasis on low-maintenance luxury, this discreet and private single-level residence with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a double remote garage delivers contemporary living in a fabulous beachside address. Two courtyards in natural light all day; impressive finishes from granite benchtops to Porcher vanities emphasise the stylish lifestyle appeal. An expansive open-plan living and dining area opens to two courtyards, including one with a retractable awning, and integrates a stylish stone kitchen. This is a great opportunity to secure an easy-care home in a sought-after location just a short walk to the beach and close to Main Street’s cafes, boutiques and cinema. Auction Saturday 26th October at 11.00am Terms 10% deposit, balance 30/60/90/120 days Inspect Wednesday 1.00–1.30pm Saturday 1.45–2.15pm Contact Deborah Quinn 0428 205 555 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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Balnarring

For Sale

249 Myers Road, Balnarring A lifestyle like no other, this magnificent 23 acre estate, approx, is a special world of secluded modern luxury where cutting-edge design principles and rare artisanship express the freedom of a Mornington Peninsula lifestyle. A masterpiece of space and light, the modern Australian 4-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom plus a study residence has been masterfully architect-designed with three stunning living areas, a bespoke kitchen and expanses of decking. The property features a Barn with stables and a hot wash, ten paddocks all with quality horse safe fencing and views across the valley to the water with a snapshot of Phillip Island…all just 5 minutes from Balnarring Village.

Auction Saturday 26th October at 2.00pm Terms 10% deposit, balance due 60/90/120 days Inspect Saturday 3.00–3.30pm & Sunday 2.00–2.30pm or by appointment Contact Lisa Fraser-Smith 0400 760 101 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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16 Oxley Court, Somers

45 Merricks Beach Road, Merricks Beach

Located in sought after location of Somers, this prime block represents an outstanding opportunity to create your dream. The huge 1093sqm (approx) allotment is only a few minutes walk to Somers beach and general store. The water views over Western Port Bay and across to Phillip Island are outstanding. A viewing platform can be accessed via our agent on-site at the allocated times.

A charming Merricks Beach single-level three-bedroom residence on a leafy, low maintenance block. Open-plan living and dining with a contemporary kitchen, two covered decks, timber floorboards, a wood heater plus ducted heating and cooling. Just a short walk to Merricks Beach, the yacht club and close to wineries, restaurants and cafes. Perfect for B&B and holiday letting.

Auction Saturday 26th October at 1.00pm Inspect Saturday 2.00–2.30pm Contact Lisa Fraser-Smith 0400 760 101 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

Auction Saturday 9th November at 1.00pm Inspect Saturday 1.00–1.30pm & Sunday 3.00–3.30pm Contact Lisa Fraser-Smith 0400 760 101 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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197 Main Street Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Mornington

Auction

50 Adelaide Street, Mornington This brand new contemporary, smart and stylish two-storey 3-bedroom 2-bathroom townhouse brings together everything you could wish for – from its own street frontage to two living areas and a double remote garage – in a desirable lowmaintenance context surrounded by lifestyle attractions from the nearby beachfront to cafes on Mornington Main Street. Designer finishes and an abundance of natural light reflect the natural seaside environment with a spacious open-plan living and dining room opening to the garden, a generous top-floor living room with a balcony, a gourmet stone and Blanco kitchen and a stylish ensuite in this convenient address.

Auction Saturday 9th November at 3.00pm Inspect Saturday 12.30–1.00pm Contact Luke McCoy 0467 321 322 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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Main Ridge

Auction

177 Main Creek Road, Main Ridge Exclusivity and seclusion are matched with a rare opportunity to acquire a significant Main Ridge acreage with undulating views and morning sunshine bordering William Road. A superb chance to set-up your dream lifestyle on 27 acres, approx, with all the advantages of a planning permit in place for a luxurious architectdesigned David Norman 4-bedroom home with a pool and tennis court. The property is suited to a myriad of uses with grazing permitted with no additional farm management plan required. The idyllic setting is a place of sheer tranquility yet is close to World Class Golf Courses and Wineries, surf beaches and boutique shopping villages from Red Hill to Flinders and Balnarring.

Auction Saturday 9th November at 11.00am Terms 10% deposit, balance due 60/90/120 days Inspect Saturday 11.45â&#x20AC;&#x201C;12.15pm Contact Lisa Fraser-Smith 0400 760 101 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

Mornington

For Sale

15 Mitchell Street, Mornington Refined yet instantly relaxing, this brand new 2-storey 3-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom residence is beautifully proportioned, impressively appointed and perfectly attuned to its seaside environment. The light-filled home contrasts superb finishes against a fresh colour scheme with glass doors drawing inside the spacious decking and low-maintenance garden. Glass-flanked open-plan living integrates a sparkling stone kitchen; while a top-floor living room with a study area extends to a large balcony. The ground-floor main bedroom has a large WIR and a stylish ensuite. Features include a double auto garage with internal access in this fabulous address close to Mornington Main Street and the beach.

Price Range $680,000 - $750,000 Inspect Saturday & Wednesday 1.30â&#x20AC;&#x201C;2.00pm Contact Luke McCoy 0467 321 322 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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Harcourts SINCE 1888

Hastings 10/14 High Street 03 5970 7333 www.hastings.harcourts.com.au

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

Hastings 40 Elisa Place

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Display Home Quality, Get In Quick! Situated in one of the Hastings most sought after areas; this high quality home will appease even the most discerning buyer. Features include four bedrooms, master with walk-in-robe and en-suite, double remote garage with rear roller door, open plan kitchen/dining/family area plus separate lounge, stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances to kitchen, ducted heating and evaporative cooling. This magnificent home is perfect for those who love to entertain with a large alfresco area and quality landscaping complete this magnificent home. Located close to all amenities including reserves, schools, public transport and more.

Auction Saturday 19 October 1:30 PM (On site) View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS4394 Open Saturday 19th 1:00pm - 1:30pm

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Hastings 10/14 High Street 03 5970 7333 www.hastings.harcourts.com.au

AUCTION

Tyabb 46 Graydens Road Dreams Do Come True A premier location in Tyabb, this picturesque Mornington Peninsula property of 13 acres (approx.) offers absolute peace and tranquillity. Offering a superb rural lifestyle, this fully fenced property complimented by separated paddocks and large dam to the rear, has all services available and will appeal to the most discerning buyer. This exclusive parcel of peninsula paradise offers lush open grazing and is set among picturesque rural holdings and located just a short drive to the peninsulaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s charming wineries, cafes, seaside townships, bay and ocean beaches, bustling craft & farmersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; markets and artisan providers. This is absolutely a must see for the astute investor, entrepreneur, boutique vineyard/crop grower, someone with a love for horses/livestock or to make your dreams come true raising your family on this beautiful property. Located less than 1 hour from Melbourne via the Mornington Peninsula Freeway and Peninsula Link, makes this the ideal location to create the exclusive country lifestyle dreams are made of. Auction 26th October 3:30pm (on site) View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS4394 Open Saturday 19th October 2.30 -3.00pm Pam Pester 0499 621 116 Tim Ripper 0434 513 640

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Harcourts SINCE 1888

Hastings 10/14 High Street 03 5970 7333 www.hastings.harcourts.com.au

FOR SALE

Bittern 48 Flinders Street

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Beautifully Presented and in a Great Location!!! This beautifully presented and feature packed three bedroom family home is positioned amongst quality homes in sought after Bittern, it is completely renovated with modern kitchen and bathroom and a huge fully covered pergola. It boasts new paint, carpets and floating floorboards, a renovated bathroom, a large kitchen with heaps of bench and cupboard space and a dishwasher provision. The kitchen overlooks the lounge and dining areas as well as the covered outdoor entertainment area. The master bedroom with built in robes is located near the front of the home with the further two bedrooms both with built in robes located at the rear of the property and central to the family bathroom. There is plenty of off street parking with a large driveway area and double carport. Outside also features a large front yard with high secure fencing, a large under cover pergola perfect for entertaining and room for the kids to run around in the backyard. For the investors you could easily rent it out or move in yourself and live super comfortably in this beautifully presented and feature packed family home. The presentation on show in this exceptional family home is great but the value for your money is exceptional! Price By Negotiation $335,000+ View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS4394 Open Saturday 19th 3.15-3.45pm Amber Donnelly 0439 388 000

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FOR SALE

Bittern 65 Dunlop Road

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Winning Combination - Large Family Home Fantastic opportunity available for the first-home buyer or astute investor to secure this beautiful residence situated in one of Bitterns most sought after areas. This weatherboard home comprises three bedrooms all with BIRs, master with ensuite, formal lounge and dining area, recently renovated open plan kitchen with breakfast bar and dining area plus additional rumpus room. Front yard is complemented by having access on the left side of the home to the private sanctuary in the back. Enjoy the front and rear deck as an alfresco entertaining area or just relaxing with the family. Abundant natural light throughout the property with designated off street parking including a double carport and double garage completing the package. A wonderful lifestyle, a terrific location and an opportunity too good to be missed, inspection a must! Additional features included polished floorboards, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, both bathrooms recently renovated plus an additional toilet off the laundry, 2x 5000L water tanks and a large 1011m2 (approx) block! Price by Negotiation $380,000 - $430,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS4394 Open Saturday 19th 4.00 - 4.30pm Amber Donnelly 0439 388 000

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Harcourts SINCE 1888

Hastings 10/14 High Street 03 5970 7333 www.hastings.harcourts.com.au

AUCTION

Balnarring 491 Stumpy Gully Road

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Lifestyle & Leisure! This brick home is situated in the heart of the Peninsula with all this region has to offer only a short drive away. With a long driveway, multiple paddocks and a peaceful setting makes this property well suited to all families, horse enthusiasts, holiday makers and anyone after a lifestyle property in a highly sought after location. Comprising: 4 bedrooms with ensuite off the master, large study, multiple living zones, kitchen and meals, double car garage, extensive shedding and an abundance of land (10 acres approx). Special features include: mĂŠnage for horse riding, multiple well fenced paddocks for horses, holding pens, return driveway, the house has loads of natural light and is set at the rear of the block for maximum privacy. Close to Balnarring village, local wineries, beaches, freeway access for a short trip to town and many different horse trails scattered throughout the area. Inspection a must! Auction 26th October 1:00PM View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS4394 Open Saturday 19th 12.00 - 12.30pm Pam Pester 0499 621 116

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Hastings 10/14 High Street 03 5970 7333 www.hastings.harcourts.com.au

FOR SALE

Crib Point 13 Symonds Street

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Timeless Sophistication in Rural Setting The four bedroom plus study home positioned on approx. 1200m2 is close to schools and shopping precincts. With ducted heating and two x split systems this home will appeal to the most discerning buyer. Formal lounge with bay window and adjoining dining room offers a beautiful subtle touch of class. Separate huge open plan family/meals area off light filled fully appointed kitchen with island bench offers both casual and informal entertaining at its best. The large master showcases walk in robe and ensuite, with the second and third bedrooms showcasing a WIR and fourth with double robe. With two separate living zones, this home is perfect for the family with teenage kids or someone just wanting their own space! Entertain year round with the large covered outdoor pergola that overlooks landscaped gardens and double garage under rooflline with rear yard access.

Price By Negotiation over $460,000 Plus View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS4394 Open Saturday 1.45pm -2.15pm Tim Ripper 0434 513 640

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Bittern 4 Dunstan Street

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Nature Lovers - Hidden Hideaway If you are seeking a relaxed country lifestyle with the convenience of having all necessary amenities only a momentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s drive away, then your search is over! Enviably located with exceptional country appeal amongst immaculately kept garden surrounds, this home offers a high level of quality accommodation and is ideally suited to the astute family buyer with a need for space and a peaceful lifestyle. Situated at the base of a no through road at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac is this beautifully presented three bedroom plus study Homestead style property offering an ideal setting for those that love their privacy and open plan living, offering three separate living areas plus cinema room. The spacious open plan kitchen meals area boasts Smeg S/S Appliances & Granite benches, 900mm oven, 5 burner hotplates and dishwasher and spacious living zones which take advantage of the abundant natural light. The master bedroom offers full en-suite and WIR and main bathroom with double shower and separate toilet. Outside you are greeted with 2906m2 of land approx. and you can entertain year round with the magnificent covered outdoor entertaining area that overlooks landscaped gardens. The property offers ample parking with roundabout drive way, double garage, large shed and chook pens. Located just off a main road in the leafy suburb of Bittern, an inspection is a must to make this dream property yours. Price By Negotiation $670,000 - $720,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS4256 Open Saturday 1.00-1.30pm Pam Pester

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Harcourts SINCE 1888

Hastings 10/14 High Street 03 5970 7333 www.hastings.harcourts.com.au

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

Tyabb 16 Dandenong Hastings Rd

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Romantic, Beautiful, Perfect â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Life is sweet in Tyabb Discover a world of magic and family luxury on 1500m2 (approx), sympathetically renovated from the ground up and seamlessly extended. This lovely home was built in the 1950â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and is a classic example of a country house. A warm and inviting family home where light pours through large windows and fires crackle in the feature fireplace located in the formal lounge, showcasing exquisite attention to detail throughout the home. Family spaces embrace the full beauty and leisure potential of the property with the living room opening out onto the decked covered entertaining area with a glorious mature ash tree enveloping the rear of the property creating an indoor-outdoor flow that is wonderful for entertaining all year round. A stunning kitchen featuring stainless appliances with plenty of cupboard space and island bench is adjacent to the dining area making it perfect for entertaining guests or those big family dinners. Featuring four bedrooms, boasting fantastic built-ins and are centrally located to the family bathroom plus a powder room. Parents will love the bonus pleasures of the master bedroom with large built in robes and separate study which could also be converted into a spacious ensuite! With a large shed (8sqs) and workshop located at the rear of the property this home ticks all the boxes. Auction Saturday 19th October 11.00am View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS4339 Open Saturday 19th 10.30-11.00am Amber Donnelly 0439 388 000

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Crib Point 3/179 Disney Street

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Hastings 54 Martin Street

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What A Gem!

Near new unit will have all you need and more. Featuring good size kitchen, dining and lounge which overlooks a landscaped fully fenced back yard. Kitchen has dishwasher , stainless steel appliances and has gas ducted heating. Main bedroom has access to bathroom and built in robes in all bedrooms. Large laundry, plenty of storage, water tank, garden shed and single lock up garage. Private and all within walking distance to public transport and shops.

3 bedroom home that offers, all bedrooms being a very generous size, original Tasmanian Oak flooring throughout, recently remodeled kitchen offering the most up to date stainless steel appliances and large open plan living/dining areas. Main bedroom and living area with RC and split system. Just lovely!! Be sure not to miss it.

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Brand new with old world charm

This solid 3 bedroom home is in a highly desirable position close to parks, schools, Hastings village, the foreshore and public transport. Featuring an L-Shaped lounge and dining, central kitchen, timber boards and gas heating. A carport is positioned under the roofline of the home. The land is a generous and the home is located in a quiet court location!

Looking for a 3 bedroom home with 2 bathrooms? Look no further. Here we have a wonderful home and all located in the perfect spot! With separate laundry, brand new kitchen with stainless steel gas stove and electric oven, space in the kitchen for the breakfast table - open lounge with polished timber floors and a reverse cycle.

Open Wednesday 16th 5.15 – 5.25pm Contact 5970 7333

Open Wednesday 16th 5.00 – 5.10pm Contact 5970 7333

We Have Some Really Smart People Keeping An Eye On Things

Continue to maximise your wealth with over 25 years collective experience. You can expect great value in our team managing your investment.

Contact Harcourts Hastings to experience the difference - 5970 7333 www.hastings.harcourts.com.au

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COMMERCIAL Suite 4/38 A Main Street, Mornington

For Sale

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• 30m2 approx • Refurbished office space • Plenty of natural light • Great location

33 Milgate Drive, Mornington

One of Mornington’s Last Land Parcels For Sale

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Main Street Beach End Office Space For Lease

For Lease

• Vacant industrial land for sale • 12,000m2 approx ripe for development • Endless development opportunities • Create your own business park or • Divide into Super Lots STCA • Zoning Industrial 3

• Available Now For Lease: $850 pcm + GST + Outgoings Contact: Kara James 0412 939 224

For Sale: $3,900,000 Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

203 + 205 Tyabb Road, Mornington

For ForLease Sale

Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858 165 Main Street, Mornington

Two Supersized Options on Busy Tyabb Road For Lease

Main Street Retail Shop For Lease

• 2 X 350m2 approx • Landlord will offer a generous rent free period • Great exposure with plenty of passing traffic • Corner Tyabb & Racecourse Roads • Customer car parking • Lease one or take them both For Lease: $3,750 pcm + GST + Outgoings

• 70m2 approx • Light & bright • Large glass window at the front • Currently trading as clothing • Rear access with one car park BY K ARA For Lease: $3,000 pcm + GST + Outgoings

Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

Contact: Kara James 0412 939 224

For Lease

Modern, Refurbished & on Main Street

Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858 35 Progress Street, Mornington

LEA&SMICEHD ELLE Contact: Kara James 0412 939 224

For Lease

• 11 warehouses now under construction • 176m2 & 214m2 available with office and warehouse • Mezzanine level • Overlooks Dallas Brooks Park • Completion expected October 2013 For Sale: starts at $310,000 For Lease: $1,600 pcm + GST + Outgoings

Contact: Kara James 0412 939 224

315 Main Street , Mornington

Two Main Street Offices For Lease

Main Street Office Spaces For Lease

• Located on the 1st floor • 106m2 approx • Allocated basement car park

• Small office spaces available on the Ground Floor • Window out on to Main Street • New modern office building • Basement car parking • 3 spaces available starting at 20m2 • Available Immediately For Lease: $300pw + GST + Outgoings

For Lease: $1,850 pcm + GST + Outgoings

Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

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For Sale/For Lease

Warhouse Complex Under Construction ForSale/For Lease

• 109m2 approx • Prominent Main Street position • Renovated bright and fresh • Open plan with kitchenette & toilet • 4 secure basement carparks with remote access Y K AR A For Lease: $3,759 pcm +B GST + Outgoings

346 Main Street, Mornington

For Lease

LEA&SMICEHD ELLE

1/188 Main Street, Mornington

Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

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Contact: Kara James 0412 939 224

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Units 4 & 5, 72 Yuilles Road, Mornington Thursday 31st October 1pm

Investors Ahoy!

Corner the market Well located directly opposite the Dromana Foreshore is this well presented, highly visible retail/ office space of approx. 68sqm. Suitable for a variety of uses including hospitality. (STCA). Act now to be in for the busy Christmas trade.

Securely leased to long established business until 16/01/2017 From 17/01/2014, rent $46,560 p.a Fabulous tenant with very popular business Plus titles to 12 car parks

Total building areas 535m2 approx

Retail/Office Space for lease, DROMANA Lease price: $3,000 pcm+OG Agency: Kevin Wright Real Estate, 1/26 McLaren Place, Mornington, 5977 2255 Agent: Russell Murphy 0407 839 184

NEW HOMES UNIT DEVELOPMENTS

9775 1535

Your portfolio will be ship-shape!

Linda Ellis 0400 480 397 1 Colemans Road, Carrum Downs VIC 3201

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KNOCK DOWN & RE-BUILD SPECIALISTS

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dŚŝƐďĞĂƵƟĨƵůůLJƌĞŶŽǀĂƚĞĚƉĞƌŝŽĚŚŽŵĞŚĂƐďĞĞŶĨƵůůLJƌĞƐƚŽƌĞĚƚŽŝƚƐŶĂƚƵƌĂůďĞĂƵƚLJ͘ŽŵƉƌŝƐŝŶŐŽĨϱůĂƌŐĞƌŽŽŵƐǁŝƚŚ ŽƉĞŶĮƌĞƉůĂĐĞ͕ϮďĂƚŚƌŽŽŵƐ͕ŬŝƚĐŚĞŶ͕ůĂƌŐĞŽƉĞŶƌĞĐĞƉƟŽŶĂƌĞĂĂŶĚϭϱĂůůŽĐĂƚĞĚĐĂƌƐƉĂĐĞƐ͘ Land size is 1000sqm. ŽƵŶĐŝůĂƉƉƌŽǀĞĚƉĞƌŵŝƚ͘

ƌĂŶĚEĞǁ&ĂĐƚŽƌLJŽĨĂƉƉƌŽdž͘ϮϱϬƐƋŵŇŽŽƌƐƉĂĐĞŝŶĐůƵĚŝŶŐ ŵĞnjnjĂŶŝŶĞŇŽŽƌŽĨĂƉƉƌŽdž͘ϴϬƐƋŵ͕ϯƉŚĂƐĞƉŽǁĞƌ͕ŬŝƚĐŚĞŶ͕ ďĂƚŚƌŽŽŵĂŶĚϮĐĂƌƐƉĂĐĞƐ͘͘

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CONTAINERS & STORAGE UNITS ϮϯsŝƌŐŝŶŝĂ^ƚƌĞĞƚͲsĂƌŝĞƚLJŽĨƐŝnjĞƐĂŶĚƉƌŝĐĞƐĂǀĂŝůĂďůĞ ^ĞŶƚƌLJ^ƚŽƌĂŐĞͲsĂƌŝĞƚLJŽĨƐŝnjĞƐĂŶĚƉƌŝĐĞƐĂǀĂŝůĂďůĞ

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YƵĂůŝĮĞĚƵLJĞƌƐ tĂŝƟŶŐ Diggers Fish & Chips tĞůůĞƐƚĂďůŝƐŚĞĚ&ŝƐŚŶŚŝƉƐŚŽƉũƵƐƚůŝƐƚĞĚŝŶďƵƐŝĞƐƚƉĂƌƚ ŽĨ^ŽŵĞƌǀŝůůĞŶĞdžƚĚŽŽƌƚŽĞŶƚƌLJŽĨŶĞǁůĚŝƐƚŽƌĞ͘>ĂƌŐĞ ƐŚŽƉǁŝƚŚĨĂŶƚĂƐƟĐĮƚŽƵƚďĞŝŶŐƐŽůĚĨŽƌĮƚͲŽƵƚĐŽƐƚ͘ tŝůůEŽƚ>ĂƐƚ͘

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ĞYƵŝĐŬͲKŶůLJϳϱƐƋŵŽĨ'ƌŽƵŶĚ&ůŽŽƌ KĸĐĞ^ƉĂĐĞ>ĞŌ dŚƌĞĞůĞǀĞůƐŽĨƐƵƉĞƌŝŽƌŽĸĐĞƐƉĂĐĞƐŝƚƵĂƚĞĚŝŶDĂŝŶ^ƚ DŽƌŶŝŶŐƚŽŶĨƌŽŵůĂƌŐĞƚŽƐŵĂůůĂƌĞĂƐǁŝƚŚůŽĂĚƐŽĨĐĂƌ ƉĂƌŬŝŶŐ͘ĐĂĨĠĂƚŐƌŽƵŶĚůĞǀĞůƚŽƐĞƌǀŝĐĞĂůůLJŽƵƌĐĂƚĞƌŝŶŐ ƌĞƋƵŝƌĞŵĞŶƚƐ͘

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Health expo offers ‘natural’ inspiration FOR many people, it’s daunting to know where to start in making healthier lifestyle decisions. The free Peninsula Health & Wellbeing Expo on Sunday 27 October at Mornington Racecourse from 10am-4pm offers inspiration and practical tips to help people feel confident in making informed and inspired healthy living choices. Residents of and visitors to the Mornington Peninsula are invited to feel healthier from the inside out with informative workshops and free samples. Experts will demonstrate some refreshing lifestyle changes. More than 60 businesses will offer

advice, guidance and products to inspire. Try nutritious, heavenly food; gain practical hints on healthier living; be inspired to kick-start wellbeing for families; and get energy levels soaring in time for summer. Event sponsors like Bibi La Fleur, of Bulk Whole Foods, are advocates of using foods that not only taste great but also improve health. “By including grains, seeds and herbs in your daily diet, you’ll be giving your body an added health advantage,” she said. “Many foods contain compounds that are vital to our health. “During the expo I’ll be sharing tips about some of the healthiest products

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Suri Interiors moving north SURI Interiors Furniture and Homewares is moving. After three years in Mornington, the outlet is off to a bigger location in Cranbourne Homemaker Centre (Showroom 21, corner Thompsons Rd and South Gippsland Highway). The store is family-owned. Owners and manager Sue, Bob and Sallie could not be more excited about what will be on offer at the new location. “We have recently returned from China and Indonesia where we sourced original pieces, many made by village artisans. The products will complement the beautiful Indian items already landed, along with our locally supplied stock. You cannot help but

find a unique piece to suit your individual style. “Suri Interiors has a fair trade policy and, whenever possible, ensures solid wood pieces are made from renewable sources (FCA) or, in many cases, from recycled material such as shipwood or elm. “Suri Interiors is more than a furniture and homewares store and is often referred to as a ‘one-stop shop’, with lighting, lamps, candles, wall and floor coverings, texiles and a wide range of gift and wellbeing products on offer. Our team takes pride in customer service and we look forward to continuing a culture that is unique to Suri Interiors. “Our loyal customers have been fantastic and we look forward to their continued

support at Cranbourne. They will not be disappointed with the new 1040-square metre store, nearly double our current size. “We always welcome ‘newies’ who have just discovered Suri Interiors or have been meaning to stop by. We are a ‘destination store’ and if you think we are something now, just wait until you see us at full speed. We look forward to enjoying the journey and sharing a world of experience with our customers as well as expanding our horizons into new markets. “People who visit Cranbourne infrequently can continue to shop with us on our online store, which will be launched soon, or follow us on social media. Keep an eye out for our Suri Star Nights.”

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Ceremony held at Tyabb school, fruitgrower meeting goes bust Compiled by Matt Vowell From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 18 October 1913. AT the Tyabb State school, No 3129, on Tuesday, 7th of October, a very pleasing ceremony took place. It was the presentation of the A.N.A., prize for the best kept school ground in the Metropolitan No 1 school area extending from Albert Park to Flinders. The presentation consisted of a large picture entitled ‘The Opening of the first Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia.’ Cr A. J. Alden, chairman of the school committee, occupied the chair and introduced Cr D. Buckley, of the Balnarring A.N.A., lodge, who attended with Mr Berryman to make the presentation. Cr Buckley congratulated the teachers and scholars on the condition of their well-kept ground and of being successful in gaining first prize in the A.N.A., competition in such a large area. He (the speaker) also hoped that the same energy would be displayed in the future as had been done in the past, not only in the school ground but in school work generally. The head teacher, Mr T. H. White, thanked the members of the Balnarring Lodge for their attendance, and stated that the grounds in the future would not be neglected, and that the present success was very gratifying and would be an inducement to increase energy. Mr White also thanked Cr Alden for his presence. *** THE last meeting of the Somerville Fruitgrowers’ Association, which was to be held in the Mechanics’ Hall on Monday evening, lapsed owing to

there not being a sufficient number of members present. Only two members, besides the president and secretary, were in attendance, the inclemency of the weather no doubt accounting for the absence of others. *** IT is reported that Mr F. C. Doherty, of Mornington, has disposed of his livery and letting stables to Mr Daw, of Melbourne. On Friday, November 14th, a grand concert in connection with the Hastings branch L.O.L., will be held at Hastings. Full particulars will be given later. *** IN the paragraph of thanks to the ladies who assisted in the opening of the wing of the Boys’ Home, appearing to last week’s issue, the name Mrs D. H Chandler should read Mrs T. D. Chandler. *** THE Home Mission Fund collection recently made at St. Paul’s Church, Frankston, resulted in £8 7s 6d being subscribed to the Fund. This is the largest amount ever collected with the exception of last year. *** AN important unreserved clearing sale of furniture and effects, poultry, etc., will be conducted by Messrs Brody and Mason at their rooms, Frankston, on Wednesday next. Owing to the large quantity of goods to be disposed of, the sale will commence at 1 o’clock sharp. *** THE object of the Frankston Choral and Orchestral Society’s concert at Somerville is to raise money to try and make the Society self-supporting,

and this in itself should warrant a good attendance. *** WE are pleased to state that Mrs Coop, wife of our genial boniface, is slowly recovering after her recent severe illness. Mr A. C. Westaway, who also has recently passed through a severe illness, is now, his many friends will be pleased to learn, on the high road to recovery.

It would take a Sherlock Holmes - the best of his life to find any appreciable difference, in meaning at any rate, in the two paragraphs.

*** THE beautiful soaking rain which fell at the beginning of the week in this district came not before it was wanted. One resident reports having engaged a man to plough, but the ground proved too hard, and the

ploughing had to be postponed till after the rain. *** THE adjourned meeting of the Mornington Shire Council was held on Monday last instead of Thursday, as was first intended. Though all the councillors were notified previously to that effect, no word was received by us, therefore our reporter was not in attendance, though, fortunately, through the courtesy of our contemporary, we were able to get a full report of the proceedings. As we were not notified on the usual meeting day that the meeting was to be adjourned our reporter was in attendance as usual, and he was politely told in the street that there would be no meeting, as some of the councillors would be away. He interviewed the secretary (Mr Crosbie), who told him the same thing, and added that the meeting would probably be held on the following Thursday. In the absence of any news to the contrary, we took it for granted that last Thursday would be the meeting day, and arrangements for our reporter to attend were consequently made. The first intimation that any alteration had been made was when the mail on Tuesday evening brought a memo from Mr Crosbie as follows: “Our meeting was held yesterday. I quite forgot to let you know that they decided to hold the adjourned meeting on Monday instead of Thursday, as they first intended. Some of my councillors took exception to the paragraph in your paper in reference to the meeting lapsing for want of a quorum, and would like you to correct it

by saying, ‘that owing to several of the councillors not being able to be present it was decided to adjourn the meeting until the following Monday.’ -Yours truly, J. CROSBIE.’ The paragraph in our last week’s issue read as follows:- “There was no meeting of the Mornington Shire Council on Thursday, owing to a sufficient number of members not being present.” It would take a Sherlock Holmes – the best of his life to find any appreciable difference, in meaning at any rate, in the two paragraphs. The “some of my councillors,” as our report shows, was Cr Bates, who said the paragraph was a slur on the Council, especially the new members, as it represented that they were not attending the meetings. He moved that they be asked to contradict it. It will be seen by the corrected paragraph we were asked to insert that “owing to several councillors not being able to be present it was decided to adjourn the meeting until the following Monday,” while in the preceding paragraph of his memo, Mr Crosbie says, “I quite forgot to let you know – that they decided to hold the adjourned meeting on Monday instead of Thursday, as they at first intended.” Sure there is something wrong somewhere, or why such a conflict of statements. In justice to our subscribers and ourselves we make this explanation of our reporter’s absence from the Council table, and all we can do is to take Mr Crosbie’s explanation, that he “quite forgot to let us know.” As for the corrected (?) paragraph, well, further comment is needless.

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Lyle headlines cancer research golf day By Rob Vanderzalm of Rosebud Country Club PGA Tour player and cancer survivor Jarrod Lyle inspired more than 200 people at Rosebud Country Club last week to mark the 40th year of the Cancer Research Golf Day. Lyle spoke about his fight with leukaemia and return to professional golf. This year’s Cancer Research Golf Day raised more than $12,500. Rosebud Country Club has raised more than $400,000 for the Cancer Council of Victoria since the event’s inception. Almost 200 golfers from the Morn-

ington Peninsula, Melbourne and interstate took to the two golf courses. The golf was followed by dinner with presentations and a silent auction with items generously donated by businesses. Rosebud Country Club and the Cancer Council of Victoria greatly acknowledge the wonderful support of everyone involved.

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Art show attracts 350 By Ruth Denton of Studio Sorrento Artists STUDIO Sorrento Artists held their eighth art exhibition on 4, 5 and 6 October. It was very successful with about 350 people viewing the art and textile art that was on show. Many artists sold their work. Wendy Courtney sold 11 paintings. We would like to thank everyone who came to the show, all the artists who displayed their work, all the helpers who worked so hard over the weekend to make the show a success, our photographer Keith Stead, Lionel Lauch, an indigenous artist, for displaying his artwork and sculptures and for also giving an

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By Stuart McCullough EVERYBODY loves an underdog. Trouble is, ‘underdog’ status is generally well deserved and anyone stuck with the title is more likely to suffer an absolute trouncing than they are to triumph against the odds. This is especially so when your adversary is not another person or even a team but a corporation. When doing battle against a company, you are not merely pitting yourself against a brand name and logo but the very establishment that permits big business to get away with murder of not only the blue, but red, beige and turquoise variety also. When faced with such a foe, it is very much a case of ‘the underdog’ versus ‘The Man.’ In his masterpiece, ‘1984’, George Orwell wrote about an all-powerful authoritarian figure he called ‘Big Brother’ and, for decades, this term symbolised tyranny and general awfulness. Then, in act of supreme irony, it was turned into a TV show so putrid that people looked back with fondness to a time when ‘Big Brother’ represented oppression and not a soulsapping time sink where the lowest common denominator digs itself a basement for the sole purpose of descending even lower. My only hope is that the producers of the television show will return to the source and conclude the series by ensuring that Big Brother does to the housemates what he did to Winston in 1984. Given that the term ‘Big Brother’ is currently in use, we must now refer to ‘The Man’. In broad terms, ‘The Man’ represents all that you and I are born

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to resist. ‘The Man’ is to blame for everything wrong in the world; from the melting of the polar ice caps to the new Miley Cyrus album, through to the fact that the car spaces at your local supermarket are ever so slightly too small to fit a standard sized car. It’s ‘The Man’ who gave us Hyper-colour t-shirts and, in a fit of pique, took them away again, before later deciding that hipster jeans might be a good idea. The Man is cruel, unkind and dedicated to making your life more difficult. ‘The Man’ was also to blame for airing ‘Breaking Bad’ on pay television rather than free to air. I’m not ashamed to admit that I became addicted to the adventures of Walter White in ‘Breaking Bad’. So much so that I was reduced to downloading

episodes as soon as they were available for sale rather than waiting for the DVD. It became something of a ritual. I would arrive home on a Tuesday, download the next episode, then watch it on the computer. It was, so I thought, perfect. Until it all went wrong. I was purchasing the show from a very large company that, for the sake of anonymity, I’ll refer to as ‘Orange.’ Frankly, I’m still getting used to the idea of being able to purchase movies and music without getting up off the couch. When it works, it’s incredible. But when something goes wrong, it’s like being robbed of a superpower. At first, everything seemed fine. I clicked the ‘purchase’ button and was greeted by the standard and, no doubt, foolproof warning that, ‘This purchase

may contain objectionable material,’ and asking me to vouch that I was over fifteen with my mouse. But without warning, I was told there was a problem and the purchase could not be completed. I was marooned. I was directed to check my account. It declared that there was a problem with the previous purchase and informed me that I was now in debt to Orange Corporation to the tune of three bucks ninety five. All it could suggest was that I get another credit card. This sounded like an over-reaction. I decided to call. Problem was, finding a number was akin to trying to find a needle in a haystack. Granted, I could have downloaded the ‘Needle In A Haystack’ app from the Orange store, but it would have set me back

another ninety-nine cents and, in any event, I couldn’t because there’s a problem with the account. Eventually, after several links whose sole purpose it was to discourage human contact, I found a phone number. I can still remember an era before call centres existed. I can’t be certain, but I’m pretty sure people were happier then. There were fewer wars, the sun shone and butterflies filled the air. As is the way with call centres, I was first placed on hold for about forty minutes during which the same thirty seconds of music were played repeatedly on a loop. For a company that sells and has access to millions of pieces of music, this seemed deliberately provocative. When I eventually got through, it was like being transported to a magical far-away land. Judging by the accent, the magical kingdom in question was New Zealand. After explaining myself, the call centre staff member looked at my account before returning to tell me that it wasn’t working. This much I had figured out for myself. Indeed, had this not already dawned on me, I would have been unlikely to have subjected myself to eighty consecutive performances of ‘guitar noodle’ in the hope of getting through. She then promised to escalate it and I assumed she meant to the United Nations or Geneva but, as it turns out, she meant to India. I was told they would be in touch. I immediately looked to the heavens to see if they’d already activated the Bat-signal before she said they’d email me. I could only wait. stuart@stuartmccullough.com

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Performance MT Eliza singer-songwriter Lachlan Bryan and his band The Wildes have been in the music industry since 2008. The brilliant alternative-country performer (pictured), who has been travelling under the mainstream radar, came from left field with his alternative swamp country album Black Coffee (WJO), which smashed its way into the ARIA charts, debuting at No 4 on the Top 20 Australian artist country albums chart, No 6 on the Top 40 Country albums chart and No 12 on the Top 20 Australian artist albums chart (all genres). In 2012 Bryan released his solo album Shadow of the Gun, and embarked on an epic 23-state tour of the United States. It was on this tour that he wrote most of what would become the new record, inspired by rundown hotels, roadside diners, desert landscapes and cheap, supermarket sixpacks. The title track, for instance, was written at 9am on a napkin in a Mexican restaurant outside Chicago. “Shadow of the Gun was a dark album for me and it was where I was at the time, written over a few years,” he said. Bryan used the album to express the complex array of feelings swirling around inside him. Black Coffee was an entirely different project. He wrote all the songs earlier this year and recorded them at Music Cellar Studios in Erina on the NSW central coast in two days. 309 is the debut single from Black Coffee, which was co-written with Bill Chambers who also sings on the recording. “Bill and I liked this song a lot,” Bryan said. “And when it came time to record, it only seemed right to share the vocals. It appeals to the wicked side in both of us.” “Bill Chambers is one person in the industry for the music. He puts music first and you can tell. “Bill is always helping other people; he is talented, genuine and I

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have connected with Bill on a musical level; he is the real thing.” “309 set the scene for the vibe of the album. It’s a driving album and 309 is a highway song. People are coming up to me saying they love my new album and that is as good as being on the charts.” Singer-songwriter Melody Pool helps out on backing vocals on seven of the 10 tracks and shares vocals with Bryan on Forty Days and Nights. “We are like brother and sister. She can play anything with strings and, like Bill, Melody only has music crossing her mind. She has a big future.” Bryan is influenced by Bob Dylan, Steve Earle, The Rolling Stones, Willie Nelson, Graham Parsons, Jack White, Joe Pugg, Paul Kelly and Gillian Welch.

He has shared the stage with Steve Earle and John Hiatt. Bryan describes Nick Cave as smart and stylish. “Nick Cave makes me feel patriotic.” Bryan paid tribute to his manager, Tracey Collier. “Tracey has suffered some incredible misfortunes in the past few years but she kept believing in me and gave me huge support in putting this album together. Much credit goes to Tracey.” I asked Bryan about Nashville. “Eventually we will release Black Coffee in the US and follow up with a tour. “Not so much as breeze into Nashville and be a star but I want to do the travelling troubadour thing and travel around the countryside doing gigs. Even singing to 50 people is a good gig. It’s better than a lot of jobs I have done.”

Bryan deployed The Wildes for this album, the band he formed in 2008, meeting the drummer, Mat Duniam, on a train trip to the city. Most band members are Mornington Peninsula musicians including guitarist Andy Wrigglesworth (also part of the Weeping Willows), Shaun Ryan on bass guitar, Mat Duniam on drums, and former Toorak College teacher Laura Coates (Weeping Willows). Bryan played guitar, piano and vocals. Other performers players on Black Coffee included Zoe Rinkel (vocals), whose father Erik is a drama teacher at the Peninsula School, Melody Pool (vocals), Rod McCormack (banjo, dobro and organ) and Texan pedal steel player Tommy Detamore. Black Coffee was produced by Bryan, The Wildes and Rod McCormack,

ing together. During my 40 years of marriage to Darling we had arguments big and small. She would order me out of the house; always I refused. If it was a super argument, she would threaten to walk out of our marriage. I would say “go” but generally the reply was words to the effect that I would have to pay. Occasionally Darling would in fact go, into the night, for hours. Maybe hide in the car, visit a shoulder, who knows? It would blow over, never sure of whose fault, but mine according to Darling. Pay her credit card, problem vamoosed, all sweet. Later, living alone, I realised I had underestimated Darling’s true value tenfold. Unless you have a partner who beats you or disrespects you, why do it? It’s almost always a loss. A lonely future sometimes selfishly glamourised by false thoughts of freedom (?) and sex. Everybody pays, particularly the kids. Forget it. It’s a comfortable bed, albeit in separate rooms, and cheaper. Enjoy. *** ALWAYS amusing when News Limited journalists cry fowl on misreporting. Terry McCrann, right-wing Coalition financial journalist for the Herald Sun, writes a piece about Paul Barry (Media Watch on ABC TV) and Barry’s bias against News Limited, highlighting “loose with the truth” to suit a

perceived left-wing point of view. Andrew Bolt trainee Rita Panahi with her usual diatribe on smoking (secondhand smoke often blows into indoor areas adversely affecting 87 per cent of us sensible folk) follows up on Barry (lunatic left). To prove their honesty, integrity and sensibility, why not write a similar article on the Coaltion climate change policy in the light of the IPCC report (259 scientists from 30 countries) and the 90 to 95 per cent likelihood humanity is warming the planet? Not in a month of Sundays. Two pots and the kettle. As it happens I agree with McCrann. Barry is a pain we all know where; definitely loose with the truth. *** LIKE flies to a honeypot. Many years ago the newspapers were sprouting Nunawading as “the place to be”. I thought they had gone troppo. Flat and dull. Wrong again, Cliffie. They bought and moved in their thousands, a massive spider web of lost streets, crescents and the dreaded courts; seemingly all happy little Vegemites. But time moves on, now it’s apartments, way up in the sky with water views, or cheaper glimpses, and restricted stickybeak neighbours. The luxury lifestyle, the 25th floor, the bay, boats, a massive kitchen-living area. Even Frankston? No newspapers at breakfast; mustn’t

miss that view. Eat and enjoy. Wall TVs playing the breaky news in the background? No thinking required. All so easily convinced, like those buyers of safer cars, a la Subaru Foresters. Weird stuff. Baaa. *** MEDICAL rules revisited: a heavy cold, influenza or bedridden, you suffer in silence, unless you have a partner. If in need of pills or have a mysterious pain, you see a doctor who will advise you to stop smoking. If you fear anything of a really serious nature, you go to the lovely people staffing the Rosebud Hospital where I spent Saturday night 21/9. One gorgeous girl on the counter and a second gorgeous girl checking my blood pressure. Fixed me up nicely, bossy; escaped 1am. Well done ladies and doctor. Which reminds me, what happened to the “one-stop shops” for aged care services allowing people to seamlessly move from basic help at home to residential aged care services, and after hours GP services? Where is Teddy Baillieu? *** COLLINGWOOD heroes Jolly, Didak and Shaw brutally discarded after wonderful service and “rat pack” references alluding to a form of cancer. Benny Johnson able to retire with dignity, Thomas escapes. Perhaps the accusers have this cancer the wrong way

and engineered by Jeff McCormack and recorded in McCormack’s Music Cellar Studios. Best tracks include 309, Forty Days and Nights, Black Coffee, some early 1950s-style country with Kiss Me or Kill Me, the up-tempo Dragging My Chain, and You. Bryan will launch Black Coffee at the Tamworth Music Festival at Family Hotel at midday on Friday 24 January. He will appear at the Revolver Bandroom in Prahran on Wednesday 13 November and Peninsula Music Festival in Mt Eliza, on Sunday 12 January 12. For more information and a copy of Black Coffee, visit www.lachlanbryan. com or email tracey@kickmusic.com. au *** PINK will release her live DVD, which was filmed in Melbourne on 22 November. The Truth About Love: Live from Melbourne was filmed at Rod Laver Arena in July. It will be released two weeks before it appears on the shelves in the US. Pink played a record-breaking 18 shows at Rod Laver Arena to more than 250,000 fans. *** SIXTIES rock band The Kinks is talking about a reunion to mark the band’s 50th anniversary next year. Lead singer Ray Davies said: “I was talking to my brother Dave (vocals and guitar) two weeks ago and we are negotiating.” The Kinks was one of Britain’s most enduring and respected groups with hits You Really Got Me, Waterloo Sunset, Lola, Apeman, Sunny Afternoon and more.

A Grain of Salt HAWTHORN, a likeable club with dreadful colours, deserved victory despite charity goals in the first, second and third quarters, confusing the Dockers by playing the wide open spaces. We wonder why the AFL forced Fremantle to play a final at Geelong, disallowed the wearing of their purple shorts and insisted their qualifying final be played at night. Alistair Clarkson a genius; Ross Lyons an also-ran? Nonsense of course. Sports reporters get well paid for rubbish. Enjoyed Wayne Carey, Paul Roos and Greg Baum, not so Mark Robinson due to unrelenting bias throughout the Essendon supplements scandal though egged on by the patronising Gerard Whateley. Again the AFL was all about money at the expense of supporters, particularly families. *** WHY so many divorces? In my day there was very little thinking. We went out with girls (if lucky), met one who was mad about you and you enjoyed her love, particularly the hanky panky, and got married. That was it. Move to step two, as in the job, kids, good times, arguments, whatever, with the thought of divorce never an option. True, thinking was no great part of our DNA but we knew the option of living alone was far worse than stay-

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By Cliff Ellen around? Eddie McGuire’s reference to “selfishness” hypocritical; support for his coaching stuff-up? May this power struggle be of the ephemeral kind. Magpie Army best player award spot on: Swanny. Found it hard to buy Swanny’s “all is well” press release; ghost writer Eddie? *** GEOFF Shaw’s 23 charges at $2096; peanuts. Labor’s tactics of following the lowlife Liberals tactics even more stupid; forget it, for now. Denis Napthine at Jill Meagher’s anniversary march, with cameras; give me a break. Why do female union organisers always look so tough? Andrew Bolt on the jihadists killings at the Nairobi mall managed to rubbish Anna Bligh, Mark Dreyfus and the ABC in the same story. Don’t tax the struggling miners Tony, mate; simply increase the GST. We understand; fair’s fair. Beware of Matty “High Rise” Guy, soon coming to Frankston. The problem with political jokes is they get elected. – Henry Cate. Hooroo. www.ello8.com


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A big day for the batsmen PROVINCIAL By IT Gully IT was a great day for batsmen on Saturday in MPCA Provincial cricket with all batting teams in strong positions heading into the second day. Heatherhill, Mt Eliza and Mornington all scored more than 250 runs batting first, while Sorrento and Peninsula Old Boys managed 230 or more against Mt Martha and Langwarrin respectively. The lowest score of the round was 185, scored by Baxter on the normally slow Baxter Park ground.

So heading into day two this weekend, all bowling sides will be in the box seat to win the match. There were no triple figures on Saturday, Mt Eliza’s Luke Marshall top-scoring for the day with 94 and Mornington’s Ben Clements hitting 93. Former Frankston Peninsula legend Darren Groves was the best of the bowlers over the round, claiming 5/23 for Rye against the Mounties. At Lloyd Park, Langwarrin spin king Dwayne Doig again tweaked his way to a bag of wickets, taking 7/73 against the Old Boys.

Doig bowled 36 overs and had nine maidens. The Old Boys batted their entire 80 overs, finishing on 9/230. Mornington won the toss and batted against Crib Point. While Ryan Martin went early in the day, Anthony Gapes and Clements put on 119 for the second wicket, Gapes making 59. Matt Foon was quickly in the sheds for a blob before Luke Popov joined Clements at the crease. Popov scored 46. Henry Dolphin was the pick of the Magpies’ bowlers with 3/64.

Sorrento made 232 in 67 overs against Mt Martha. The Reds had to face the last 12 overs on the day and finished on 1/10. They have a lot of work to do at their Sorrento ground. Dean Shaw top-scored for Heatherhill with 75 at the top of the order, helping his side to 260 against Moorooduc. Randill Gamage was next best with 47 while skipper Matty Meagher helped himself to 41. Sushant Gupta was the best of the Ducs’ bowlers with 4/54, while Shaun Manby was up and about again with

the ball, snaring 3/61. While Luke Marshall scored 94 for the Mounties on Saturday, Timmy Strickland blasted a quick-fire 42 against Rye. A score of 263 is going to be hard to chase down for the Demons at Wooralla Drive. Dale Irving top-scored for Baxter with 33, while Darren Uccello opened the batting with 32 against Long Island. Baxter finished their 80 overs at 9/185. The Islanders used seven bowlers, Scott Phillips the pick of them with 3/39 from 15 overs.

Delaney brothers put on a willow show DISTRICT By IT Gully SOMERVILLE brothers Ben and Sam Delaney put on a batting clinic in their match against Hastings in MPCA District cricket on Saturday. The pair was brought together at the crease when the Eagles were cruising at 4/140. The brothers stayed together in the middle to ensure the home side secured a commanding position. Sam made 78 runs in the 83-run partnership, while Ben went on to score 100.

The tail wagged nicely too for the Eagles, ensuring they passed 300, finishing their 80 overs on 8/328. Last year’s grand finalists are in a strong position to roll the Blues this weekend. Ben Johnson was the best of the Blues bowlers with 2/61, while Luke Hewitt claimed 2/63. The match between Seaford and Boneo is in the balance. Boneo was superb with the ball, bowling first and dismissing the home side for just 116. Cameron Williams took 3/15 and Chris Jobling 3/32 as the visitors

ripped through the Seaford batting line-up. The only bats to make an impression were Ryan McQueen with 33 and David Anderson with 34. However, the Boneo batsmen couldn’t back up the great work of their bowlers. At stumps after facing 40 overs, Boneo was reeling at 5/86. Leigh Lowry is back in the sheds after scoring 22 and Ryan Jellie raised 20. Jon Guthrie top-scored for Delacombe Park in its match against Carrum with 42. Underated all-rounder Shane Deal

scored 41 and Steven Anderson 31 to help the Parkers to 218. Before Deal and Anderson came to the crease, the Parkers were in some serious trouble at 7/136. The start was good, Guthrie and Andrew Christides (34) producing a 59-run opening partnership. However, the home side lost 6/77 to be in some trouble. Liam Dobson was the best of the Carrum bowlers with 3/36 from 13.2 overs. Main Ridge batsmen have a lot of work to do to chase down Seaford Tigers’ 264. While Jason Albress (4/85) and

Scott Millar (4/96) did the job with the ball for the Ridge, it couldn’t prevent a strong total on the small Main Ridge ground. Ballam Park is in super strife again, already losing to Baden Powell. Bowled out for just 72, the Braves are already at 5/122 and will be eying an early season outright. Anjula Perera picked up 3/9 for the Braves, while Rhys Elmi was the top scorer on the day with 26. Pines is in the box seat against Flinders after bowling them out for just 135. Pines is 1/10 in reply.

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A hard worker gets 100 SUB-DISTRICT By IT Gully CARRUM Downs skipper Steve Worker scored an impressive century on Saturday to put his side in a commanding position heading into day two of the match against Pearcedale. The Cougars were in some early trouble at 4/89, before Worker came to the crease to join Anthony Hunter. Hunter went on to make 49, while Worker finished unbeaten on 101. The Cougars were eventually bowled out with nine overs to play for 276. Justin Heysham was the best of the Pearcedale bowlers with 3/15 from 12 overs, while Kaine Smith claimed 3/45 off 13. Chris Dew also took two wickets.

In reply, the Panthers are 0/11. Balnarring is in awful trouble against Rosebud. The Buds batted first and didn’t have the greatest of days, being bowled out for 178. At one stage, the Buds were reeling at 7/59, but Mathew Maher (70) and Jason Nagel (24) took the score to 162. Nagel was then able to back things up with his bowling, picking up 2/14 from 14 overs to have Balnarring on the back foot. Brian Doughty also claimed two wickets and Jason Pierce one to have the visitors in all sorts of trouble at 5/46. Tootgarook has already beaten Dromana. The Hoppers batted first and were dismissed for 127 in 36 overs. Zac Klan and David Timmer top-scored for the home side with 29 each. Tootgarook then needed

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Somie hammer Blues Firsts let Dogs off the hook HASTINGS CC By Greg Bradshaw HASTINGS Firsts went to Somerville to take on last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s grand finalists on a very windswept and fast ground. Winning the toss and sending Somerville in to bat seemed a good ploy when Issy Dias bowled Keith Burdett for a duck third ball of the day. But from this point onwards the bowlers were made to work for every wicket as the Somerville batsmen ground their way to be 3/105 off 41 overs at tea, and then smashed another 223 runs off the remaining 39 overs to finish with a massive 8/328. The bowlers tended to bowl a little too short and paid the penalty. Luke Hewitt bowled 17 overs, taking 2/63, Ben Johnson 15 overs 2/61, Dias 15 overs 1/51, David Hull 1/26 off 7 and Tim Birch 1/30 off 10 before he sustained a calf injury. Jaysen Bradshaw played his first First XI game. Seconds v Somerville: Pat Foy decided the team needed another weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s practice with the bat, so sent Somerville in. Carey Sawosz and Liam Bradshaw opened the bowling and bowled the first 37 overs. They were accurate and at times penetrating, with Somerville starting steadily but losing three wickets with the score on 38, then at 69 and 5/85. They recovered to be 6/122 at tea off 44 overs. Young Sawosz bowled 20 overs, taking 2/40 with 7 maidens, in a supreme effort while Bradshaw took 3/41 off 17 overs with 6 maidens. After tea, Somieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bats dug in and produced a 25-run partnership before three

wickets fell but the last pair wagged and took the score to 191 off 75 overs. Nick Guest took 2/23 off 11 overs after tea with support from Chris Helweg, 1/18 off 10 tight overs, and Aaron Wilson, who took the final wicket, 1/5. Matt Foy took four catches behind the stumps while Mason Mail, in his first senior game for the club, took three catches. With five overs to face, Hastings finished at 1/21 with Lachie Trench, also in his first game, the batsman out. Thirds v Langwarrin: Langwarrin won the toss and batted first. Craig McNamara and Steve Thomson opened the bowling and hit the spot straight away in the blustery conditions. McNamara took two wickets in his first six overs. Zack Jansz took over from him, claiming a wicket in his second over, 4/51. Young bowlers Lachlan Cox took 1/11 and Sean Hewitt 0/7 off 7 tight overs. Old-timers Jason Slocombe took 2/3 and Greg Bradshaw 1/4 before Thomson, 1/26 off 16, and McNamara, 4/24 off 15, finished off the innings with Langwarrin making 108. Eight catches were dropped. With 15 overs to face, Hastings looked steady as it reached 1/45 at stumps with Bradshaw out for 20. Andrew Jeffs and Ryan McNamara played their first senior games as well. The Fourths team was due to play Dromana but it didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have a playable ground and the game was abandoned. Junior teams start this weekend with the under-10s on Friday night, under-12s and under-16s on Saturday morning and under-14s on Sunday morning. The clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Milo In2cricket program starts at 5.15pm on Friday 1 November.

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Crib again failed to take advantage of the breakthrough and Mornington gained the ascendency, taking full advantage of some wayward bowling and moving the score to 191 before the next wicket fell. At the end of the 80 overs the Dogs had amassed 7/263, thanks in part once again to Brad Davidson, who toiled without luck, bowling 26 overs for 63 runs, and Henry Dolphin who returned after taking some early stick to snare 3 for 64 from his 13 overs. Other wicket-takers were Symes, who took 2/57 from 15 overs (including one delivery that failed to hit the pitch), and Luke Herrington with 1/13 from his 10 overs. Provincial Seconds: Like the First XI, the Seconds side was looking to make it two from two as it hosted Mornington in Round 2. Winning the toss and electing to bat, Crib Point was quickly on the back foot when opener Peter Mereszko fell for just 8 with the score on 1/12. This brought Ben Watson to the crease and, with Adam Keulen, they put together a solid, 61-run partnership moving the score to 73 before Keulen departed for a hardhanded 35. When Watson was bowled a short time later for 31, wickets started to fall at regular intervals, with Crib unable to put together the partnerships required to build a large total. Despite captain Michael Cookâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 20 and Neil Clark again in the runs with 32, Crib was dismissed in the 66th over, leaving Mornington 163 for victory. With 14 overs left in the dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

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