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By Keith Platt HASTINGS taxi drivers say their passengers are being put at risk by crumbling bitumen and an uneven concrete footpath at the King St taxi rank. “The asphalt is coming apart; it’s not disabled friendly,” taxi driver of 10 years Peter Middleton said. He said the rank was unpopular with drivers because their vehicles were often the target of youngsters throwing rocks and eggs. “Our taxis also obscure the view [along King St toward High St] for drivers exiting the Coles car park.” Mr Middleton said state government money spent on a taxi rank near the shop in West Park by Mornington Peninsula Shire “should have been used down here”. “Go and have a look, there are never any taxis parked there.” Mr Middleton estimated there were up to 10 “kids” aged 12 to 15 who aimed missiles at taxis. “No one will park here at the King St rank at night because of them,” he said. “The lighting is bad and at night kids are throwing things at taxis. “They throw rocks, there have been some eggs and I had a water bomb thrown at me during the day on a Sunday.” A spokesman for Hastings police said there had been no reports of attacks on taxi drivers. The shire’s infrastructure strategy manager Alison Leighton said the shire would “inspect the site with a view to identifying improvements that may be made”. “Sooner or later an older person will fall and break some bones because of the hole in the road and uneven concrete,” Mr Middleton said. “It’s getting beyond a joke. Footpaths have been fixed elsewhere, but not here.” Mr Middleton said the shire needed to clean up the area around the taxi rank. “It needs to be disabled-friendly, the maxi cabs have to go into the Coles car park to load and unload scooters. “The rank needs a complete makeover.”

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Roundabout for high-risk crossroad By Mike Hast A TEMPORARY roundabout will be installed at the high-risk intersection of Graydens and Boes roads in Hastings. The decision by Mornington Peninsula Shire comes after an increasing number of accidents, including three in June (The News, 2/7/13). Federal Coalition MP Greg Hunt has weighed in to the issue after a near-miss at the intersection on Monday last week. Mr Hunt, who has an office in Hastings and lives at Mt Martha, has been enlisted by the shire council to lobby federal Transport Minister and newly elected Deputy Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. Mr Hunt’s media adviser, Tina McGuffie, said the shire had “asked Greg to do what he can to get the Boes Rd/ Graydens Rd intersection fixed as a matter of urgency”. Mr Hunt has urged Mr Albanese to allow the most recent crash statistics to be used in assessing the intersection for “black spot” funding. Ms McGuffie said the shire was confident “this will bump the intersection up the priority list and allow a roundabout to be constructed in this financial year”. Mr Hunt told Mr Albanese he had been contacted by shire CEO Michael Kennedy “regarding the urgent need for ‘black spot’ funding to install a roundabout at the intersection”. “I would like to impress on you the urgency of this request. I myself have had a near-miss at this dangerous intersection in recent weeks. I understand there have also been three collisions at that intersection in the past month alone,” Mr Hunt stated.

“You will see from the attached information supplied by Mornington Peninsula Shire that there were seven collisions at that intersection between October 2010 and June 2012. “Hastings Police have also advised that since June last year a further eight crashes have occurred, with six of these causing serious injury. “I urge you to allow this intersection to be assessed for black spot funding using the most up-to-date accident statistics, rather than figures from 2011.

“I myself have had a near-miss at this dangerous intersection in recent weeks.” – Federal Opposition MP Greg Hunt “We need to fix the problems at this intersection now, before someone is killed.” Mr Hunt has also written to state Transport Minister Terry Mulder. Tyabb and District Ratepayers Group asked the shire what it intended to do about the intersection when plans to seal Boes Rd were first announced in 2005. Pressure to fix the crossroad intensified in June 2011 when near-neighbour David Lines alerted the shire to increasing numbers of crashes. This followed the sealing of Hendersons Rd (which becomes Boes Rd at the intersection), which led to more drivers using the intersection.

Mr Lines wrote to the shire saying “nearly every week, we are having minor accidents at this intersection” and “all we have had from the shire is two small placards placed on Graydens Rd warning of possible crash risk”. Since then, lobbying to fix the problem has increased. Weighing in have been property owners near the intersection, including Don and Hilda Hodgins; the Tyabb ratepayers group; Hastings state MP Neale Burgess and Cerberus Ward councillor David Garnock, who became aware of the problem after his election to the council last October. The News understands Cr Garnock requested a briefing by shire officers for all councillors on 1 July. He asked for a roundabout to be built as soon as possible but was told there was no money. It appears money has now been found for the temporary roundabout, which will be a rubberised version. Signs restricting speed to 40km/h will be installed. Last Friday, Cr Garnock said cypress trees at the intersection, which “significantly impacted sight lines”, would be removed. “It is expected the temporary roundabout will be installed within coming weeks,” he said. A high-standard permanent roundabout would follow, he said. “Planning, approvals and detailed design for construction of the permanent roundabout have started.” He said the permanent one, “a complex project”, could be built within 1218 months. “The shire is concerned the intersection displays a high safety risk, and we’ve listened to feedback from the community and relevant agencies.”

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IN the notoriously fickle world of Australian book publishing, where only a small percentage of aspiring authors see their work published, let alone make a living, Garry Disher is an unqualified success. The Mornington Peninsula-based author has written more than 40 books and appeared on bestseller lists in Australia, Germany and the United States. Mr Disher will share a few secrets of his success and provide insights into the professional life of a writer at a seminar at Mornington Library next month. The soiree also will be attended by a representative of the

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‘Friends’ find fault in shire’s court closure By Tony Duboudin MEMBERS of a Somers residents group have accused Mornington Peninsula Shire of riding roughshod over their pleas to preserve a public tennis court. Friends of Garden Square say the shire ignored a 450-signature petition asking that council retain the asphalt court in the centre of Garden Square. The shire says the court was in poor condition and a safety risk. Recreation and leisure manager Peter Gore said there was a public asphalt court 300 metres from Garden Square at R W Stone Reserve. Mr Gore said the shire’s tennis strategy “outlines that courts at the end of their asset life may be converted for other recreational uses/open space, particularly if there are courts nearby”. The Garden Square court dates back to the 1920s. The council removed the net, which was donated by a local resident, and left it at the house of Sally Holdsworth, president of Friends of Garden Square. The issue came to a head when a tree branch fell and knocked down one section of the fence around the court. Garden Square residents several times asked the council to repair the fence but, after several months, contractors took down the entire fence. The council claims this was a mistake by the contractors. During this time, children, parents and grandparents continued to use the court as the fence lay outside the playing area. “If the court is a risk to safety, which we don’t accept, then it was even more of a risk for months while the fence was on the ground with children and adults at risking of tripping over it,” Ms Holdsworth said. She said the court had been used for decades without incident and that there were several other public amenities in Somers such as walking tracks, bike paths as well as a flying fox, which, using the council’s risk assessment model, would also be deemed hazards and should have been closed. “Given that the council’s risk assessment was undertaken while the damaged wire fence was on the ground, it was only to be expected that it would be considered a tripping and safety hazard,” Ms Holdsworth said. “This is not Wimbledon, this is a hit

Bundled out: Friends of Garden Square president Sally Holdsworth with the tennis net she say was “dumped” at her Somers house. Picture: Tony Duboudin

and giggle court that has been a boon for hundreds of locals and visitors over the years and now the council has taken that pleasure away. “Why has the council ignored our pleas? It’s not as if we are asking it to spend money; we’re just asking the court be left for everyone to enjoy. “The Garden Square court serves an entirely different group of people [to the tennis club]. “It is not for serious players. It’s for children and their parents and active grandparents to enjoy a family time in a relaxed atmosphere. The serious

players join Somers Tennis Club.” Ms Holdsworth said that during negotiations with council the friends had been told council would undertake work to “improve” Garden Square including landscaping, play equipment and the creation of paths “provided the tennis court was decommissioned”. “The council has paid lip service to community involvement with regard to the Garden Square court. The only questionnaire the council circulated failed to ask if residents wanted the court retained or removed, so it got the result it was seeking,” she said.

Garden Square is also used twice a month by the Somers petanque group and occasionally by children using the new council-provided all-metal table tennis table. In an emailed response, Mr Gore said council adopted the tennis strategy in September 2012 “after a public exhibition period, which included consultation with all local tennis clubs and a public forum”. “In Somers there are three courts managed by the Somers Tennis Club and a free, community/public, shiremanaged asphalt tennis court at R W Stone Reserve. The R W Stone Reserve community court is located approximately 300 metres away from Garden Square. “In October 2012, letters were sent to all residents and property owners within the Palm Beach Estate [surrounding the square] seeking feedback on a possible range of improvements for the Garden Square area. Over 70 responses were received with the overwhelming majority supporting open space improvements such as installation of play equipment, landscaping and seating or picnic facilities. “Only four respondents wanted the tennis court retained and no other improvements to be undertaken. “The Somers Residents Association identified that it supported the proposed improvements at the square and offered to coordinate community contributions to improvements. “In November 2012 funds were spent on improvements to the free community tennis court at R W Stone Reserve including removal of encroaching tea tree at the court edge, removal of netball rings, and fence and gate repairs. “The tennis club has reported that this public court at R W Stone Reserve is now being well utilised by the Somers community. “Shire officers have an open invitation to the Friends of Garden Square group to discuss possible future improvements in the square. “The shire received the petition and responded in detail by letter. “While the shire appreciates the interests of the friends group, it must act on professional advice about potential public safety hazards.”

Self-help grants for disability support THREE Mornington Peninsula groups have received state government funding in the latest round of Disability Self-Help Grants. Announcing the grants, Mornington MP David Morris said they were aimed at increasing the capacity of people with a disability to live independently in their own community, as well as helping self-help groups to provide information and education on the experiences of people with a disability. Mornington Peninsula Meniere’s Support Group received $1683, Mornington Peninsula PostPolio Support Group $2352 and Mornington Multiple Sclerosis Peer Support Group $3652. “Grant funding is provided for a variety of practical purposes including general expenses, running costs and minor works or equipment,” Mr Morris said. “Importantly, as the groups are generally very local or very focused, the benefits of the funding flow directly to support those involved and their local community.”

Call for Australia Day award nominations MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire is calling for nominations for its Australia Day awards next year. Individual categories include Citizen of the Year and Young Citizen of the Year. To be eligible, the person nominated must be an Australian citizen, with the award usually made to a person working for the betterment of the community. Nominations for Community Event of the Year are also open. A selection panel appointed by the shire, made up of the 2013-14 mayor and representatives from the community, will judge applications and select winners. Awards will be presented as part of the 2014 Australia Day celebrations on Sunday 26 January. Nominations can be sent to: Noel Buck, Manager Governance and Corporate Support, Mornington Peninsula Shire, Private Bag 1000, Rosebud 3939 or emailed to custserv@mornpen.vic.gov.au Nominations close 5pm on Friday 1 November. Forms are available on the shire’s website at www.mornpen.vic.gov.au/ Australia_Day

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Blue ribbon footy games SOMERVILLE Football Club’s annual Blue Ribbon Football Day on Sunday 14 July is planned to be a day of football and fun for police and residents. Football matches will be held at the Jones Rd and Fruit Growers grounds in Somerville. Somerville under-13s will play Sorrento at Jones Rd. The two Somerville under-10 sides will have Inspector Bryan Sharp as umpire. St Kilda Football Club will run a handball

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Federal OK for $50m Yaringa marina By Mike Hast THE federal government has approved plans to expand Yaringa Boat Harbour at Somerville. The $50 million project was subject to approval by the federal Department of Environment as it triggered a process under the federal Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. The so-called “controlled action” under the Act was because the project could potentially affect wetlands of international importance, listed threatened species, and listed migratory species. Permission was granted in late June after Yaringa owner Stefan Borzecki submitted his plans to the government in July 2011. Mr Borzecki now needs approval from the state government for rezoning of land, a process that will be started by Mornington Peninsula Shire as soon as this month. The project will see the harbour expanded from 600 to 1000 wet and dry berths for recreational boats as well as the construction of 180 holiday apartments beside a proposed new marina arm that will have a lock between the existing channel and the new section. The expansion of the complex at the end of Lumeah Rd was first proposed in 2009 and will consist of:  Excavation of a new 300-metre long marina arm on private land to create 180 new wet berths.  A $1 million lock between the existing 300-metre marina arm and the new section to retain water in all tides. The lock would be on public land held under a lease.  About 200 new dry berths on private land with some under cover in new buildings.

 180 holiday apartments beside the new marina arm on private land.  New buildings for the existing marine service centre, which is currently home to about 20 companies. The existing marina has room for 600 boats, 150 in wet berths on leased public land and dry storage for 450 boats on private land. A channel between the two marinas would be 70 metres long, seven metres wide and 2.5 metres deep. The lock would be 25 metres long. Mr Borzecki, who grew up in Hastings and has owned the marina for 28 years, says he has spent about $1 million on studies covering Aboriginal heritage, flora and fauna, economic viability, acid sulphate soils, coastal hazards relating to predicted sea level rise, water circulation, landscape and fire risk, and an environment management plan. Expansion will see the removal of coastal vegetation. Mr Borzecki has bought 100 hectares on the northwest corner of French Island as a “vegetation offset”. Mr Borzecki said 870 jobs would be created during the two-year construction period and 200 jobs once completed. “We’ll need two summers to do the excavation,” he said. On Friday he told The News the existing marina would be renovated as part of the expansion. This would cost about $10 million. It would include installing steel sheet piles to replace earth walls either side of the existing marina channel and replacing floating docks. The precinct will be sewered, with waste pumped to Tyabb to join the sewer main.

Man with a plan: Yaringa Boat Harbour owner Stefan Borzecki has received federal government approval for ambitious plans to expand his marina including holiday apartments beside a new arm connected to the existing channel by a lock.

Unseen parrot held up plan THE Yaringa marina project was nearly scuttled in early 2012 by a bird that has not been seen in the area for more than 25 years – the orange-bellied parrot (right). The critically endangered parrot breeds in Tasmania and flies across Bass Strait to spend winter in southern mainland Australia, including Victoria. Fewer than 50 parrots exist in the wild and there are about 200 in captive breeding programs at Healesville Sanctuary in Victoria as well as in wildlife centres in Tasmania, NSW and South Australia. The bird once wintered in the Yaringa area. Mr Borzecki said the marina expansion would not be on the saltmarsh, the parrots’ habitat. “It’s 100 metres away and there is a vegetation barrier,” he said. Picture: Yanni

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‘Masked avenger’ a fierce protector of young IT is noisy, frequently quite rude and, some might say, not as pretty as some of its feathered cousins, but the bird known as the “masked avenger” has good reason for its outbursts of choler over winter. Susanna Bradshaw, CEO of the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife, says the masked lapwing will swoop and chase people and pets to protect its nest, which is often built in exposed areas on open ground. “Masked lapwings breed after rains, in winter and spring in the southeast of Australia,” Ms Bradshaw said. “If you see a lapwing sitting on the grass, it’s likely that a whole family is about to spring into life near you; the chicks are hatching now on the Mornington Peninsula. “As they nest out in the open on the ground, they are quite exposed and vulnerable. “This explains why they are such fierce protectors of their nests and why they scream and swoop at anything that comes too close.” Named for its bright yellow facial mask, the masked lapwing has a small spur on its wing but rarely makes contact when it swoops. “These birds are all bluff,” Ms Bradshaw said. “They are just trying to encourage you to stay a safe distance away from their nest or chicks. They have very strong parental instincts and are only trying to defend young that can’t defend themselves.” If swooping does not deter a predator, the lapwing will often fly a short distance away, begin hopping

Protective and noisy: Main left, a masked lapwing of what is known as the “southern race”. Picture: Leo Berzins Top, masked lapwing eggs. Picture: Arthur Chapman

Above, Masked lapwings in a wetland. Picture: Marj Kibby

on one leg or lying on the ground flapping its wings limply, pretending to be injured to draw the predator away. “It puts itself in harm’s way for the sake of its young; they are very dedicated defenders,” Ms Bradshaw said. Many people will be familiar with the screeching “keer-kick-ki-ki-ki” of the lapwing, but Ms Bradshaw said close scrutiny revealed the bird’s more

gentle ways of communicating. “Adult lapwings make a long, drawn-out call to tell their chicks to come in close. To tell the chicks to move away, they make a single chirp every few seconds.” Try the following to avoid being swooped:  Vary your walking route to avoid lapwing nests at this time of the year.  Hop off your bike and walk past lapwing nests.

 Wear a hat and avoid making eye contact or staring directly at the birds.  Don’t run away in panic as this could encourage them.  Travel in a group past the nests if possible, as lapwings are more likely to swoop lone walkers or cyclists.  Watch where you put your feet so you don’t step on any eggs or a nest in the grass.  Check for eggs or nests before you mow the lawn.

 Don’t remove eggs – it’s illegal and the birds will only re-nest and re-lay.  Keep cats indoors and train your dog to keep a safe distance from bird nests. For more tips on how to make your backyard inviting and safe for native animals, check out the Backyard Buddies program run by the foundation www.backyardbuddies. net.au

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Businesses chip in for the children A PENINSULA horse trainer and a car and tyre centre owner organised an event in autumn that raised $28,000 for the Abacus Learning Centre in Hastings and the national children’s charity Variety. Mornington-based trainer Mark Riley of Riley Racing Stables and John Mackie of Mornington Car and Tyre Services wanted to donate money to a peninsula children’s charity as well as Variety. Mr Mackie said they found out about Abacus Learning Centre through family and started planning a children’s charity race day at

Mornington Racing Club to support both charities. Calls were made to various businesses and the pair compiled a list of sponsors who had agreed to donate goods and services for silent and live auctions at the event. Mr Mackie said the generous businesses included Hyland Sportswear (principle sponsor), European Auto Refinishers, Mornington Mazda, Harba Oyster Bar & Grill, J&P Group Services, and Brown’s Sawdust and Shavings. Naturally, the men also signed up their businesses – Riley Racing

Stables and Mornington Car and Tyre Services. “We spoke to Abacus people and found out that what the centre needed most was more learning hours for children of families that couldn’t afford it,� Mr Mackie said. “This included four-year-olds who needed more time to learn how to communicate before starting preschool and school life. “Autism is a varied disorder and some children need more education than others.� Abacus is Australia’s first facility offering centre-based Applied

Behaviour Analysis, an intensive education program developed by Dr O Ivar Lovaas. It is used in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Europe and increasingly in Australia. Mr Riley and Mr Mackie presented Abacus with more than $17,000 last Wednesday at the centre in Victoria St, Hastings. More than $10,000 has been given to Variety. “Variety will also be donating iPads to Abacus through its grants system,� Mr Mackie said. John Mackie has been raising

money for Variety for many years as part of a Mornington team with restaurateur John Crossin that takes part in the annual Variety Bash. This year’s event from 20-31 August will take participants from Echuca to Broome in Western Australia on what organisers say is the “scenic route�. Mike Hast Good guys: Right, John Mackie and Mark Riley with Madi, who attends Abacus Learning Centre, after presenting the centre with more than $17,000, part of money raised by the pair at a charity event at Mornington Racecourse. Picture: Cameron McCullough

New centre for CFA CONSTRUCTION has begun on the Country Fire Authority’s new $3.5 million southern metropolitan region head office on the Princes Highway at Dandenong South. The CFA has leased two floors of the four-storey building at 81-125 Princes Highway, being built on the site of the former General Motors Holden vehicle assembly plant. A multi-agency emergency management complex will also be on the site. “This new building will ensure the best level of service for this ever-growing and densely populated region,� CFA regional director Peter Schmidt said. “This includes service in the areas of both administrative and support as well as multiple tiers in the emergency management structure.� The building is expected to be completed by mid-2014. Neil Walker

Golf show filming on the peninsula THE free-to-air television show Golf Getaway is about to start filming segments on the Mornington Peninsula. The show’s two characters, “Fade� and “Mirror�, will be on location at Moonah Links, The Dunes and The National. They will visit other tourism attractions including Peninsula Hot Springs and Red Hill Winery. “We’ve been trying to get down to the peninsula for about six months but other commitments like the Gold Coast and New Zealand got in the way,� Golf Getaway’s general manager Andrew McCombe said. “I got married down there [and] I know how stunning it as and how many amazing golf courses there are. “The rest of the Golf Getaway crew is really in for a treat.�

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Team work: Acting Sergeant Chris Stock of Hastings police, left, Senior Constable Neil Prosser of Mornington and Leading Senior Constable Michael Gibson of Rosebud are part of the CREST team working with Hastings retailers. Picture: Jason Richardson

GOOD customer service is the first step in the fight against shoplifting, says a new guide produced by Hastings police. “A retailers guide to reducing retail theft in Hastings” offers tips on service, training staff, dealing with suspected thieves, handling aggressive customers and contacting police. Acting Senior Sergeant Chris Stock of Hastings police said he had called on the Mornington Peninsula CREST unit to work with Hastings retailers. “We want retailers to know what to do and what not to do and how to deal with the criminal aspect that may encounter in day-to-day business,” he said. The Community Response Engagement and Social Tasking (CREST) unit, which has members from Hastings, Mornington and Rosebud police stations, is distributing the leaflet in Hastings and with retailers and shopkeepers to ensure they know and responsibilities. The team will turn its attentions to Mornington and Rosebud retailers in coming months. Senior Constable Neil Prosser, who is based at Mornington, said the CREST unit was set up 18 months ago as a “proactive policing unit” to work on community initiatives and crime prevention. The crew’s car is part-financed by Mornington Peninsula Shire. “We are not burdened with responding to 000 calls, so we have a bit more time to act on community concerns and find solutions,” he said. The team was out and about on Friday distributing a different sort of leaflet in the Mt Martha area where a spate of thefts from vehicles had occurred in the past week. “We respond to community concerns that may not require urgent attendance, but still need to be addressed,” Senior Constable Prosser said. Jo Winterbottom

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RAMSAY Healthcare operates the two largest and most-respected private hospitals on the Mornington Peninsula – Peninsula Private Hospital in Frankston and Beleura Private Hospital in Mornington. Together, they provide fast and easy local access to a comprehensive range of world-class healthcare services, without the need for patients to travel to the city. Peninsula and Beleura private hospitals cater for a broad range of healthcare needs, from day surgery procedures to highly complex surgery as well as maternity, mental healthcare

and oncology services. We are a key local employer and proud of our commitment to the Mornington Peninsula and our team of more than 500 staff. With more than 25 speciality areas offered in collaboration with accredited specialists, Peninsula and Beleura offer personalised care to patients with private health, TAC and WorkCover, and those who choose to self-fund (uninsured). Peninsula Private Hospital is the largest, most luxuriously appointed private hospital on the peninsula and surrounding region, and leads the way in advanced cardiac, surgical, medical, maternity and oncology services. Ide-

ally located near the Cranbourne exit of the newly opened Peninsula Link freeway, and within easy reach of major freeways and arterial roads, Peninsula Private Hospital services the surrounding communities of the peninsula and southeastern Melbourne. As a high-level facility, it offers advanced cardiac care, cardio-thoracic, orthopaedic, ENT, breast, urology, plastic and reconstructive, and general surgery as well as obstetric, medical and oncology services. Beleura Private Hospital’s longstanding reputation as one of the finest private hospitals in the community is based on our first-class healthcare

service supported by personalised, responsive and compassionate care. While the atmosphere at Beleura Private is relaxed, our spacious facilities are at the forefront of medical technology and practice, offering key private healthcare services to the peninsula. It specialises in orthopaedics, mental health, medical, surgical, urology, plastic and reconstructive surgery, vascular angiography and oncology (including day chemotherapy and palliative care). The comprehensive orthopaedic service at Beleura Private caters for patients undergoing joint replacement, arthroscopy. upper limb surgery and

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Celebrated figure: Dr John Williams served the Western Port area for 23 years.

A MUCH-loved and valued member of the Western Port community, Dr John Williams died on 20 June at Wonthaggi Hospital. Dr Williams arrived in Hastings in 1945 and worked as Dr Haywood’s assistant until Dr Haywood left. Dr Williams serviced the area on his own until the arrival of Dr Bailey. During his 23 years in the town, he and his wife Elizabeth were deeply involved in the town including the elderly citizens’ club, Hastings State School, preschool mothers’ clubs, swimming, basketball, tennis, bowling, cricket and yacht clubs. He was given a farewell by Hastings residents in June 1968 with his departure for Carnarvon where he had obtained work with the Western Australian Health Department. He was presented with an album of photographs showing the progress of Hastings and the district. Bound in leather, it was embossed “To John and Elizabeth from residents of Western Port 7th June 1968”. Tributes were paid to him on behalf of the residents of French Island. It was stated that he never hesitated when called on to visit sick people on the island, despite stormy seas, blizzards and rough bush tracks. He was also presented with a certificate electing him a life governor of the Hastings and District Bush Nursing Hospital. He died peacefully, surrounded by family. He was a father to six children, grandfather of 11 and a great-grandfather of 13. Source: Hastings People & Places, volume 1.


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A property to admire

Positively peaceful

INSTILLED with warmth and character courtesy of a recent renovation, this solid, brick-veneer home is well-priced for investors or first home buyers. Soft natural tones and hardwood floors feature throughout the open-plan design, which incorporates the lounge room with woodheater, and a spacious kitchen with impressive hardwood benchtops and splashbacks. For extra living space there is a rumpus room toward the rear of the home that leads to an undercover merbau timber deck overlooking the backyard. All three bedrooms have built-in robes and share the main bathroom, which has also been renovated. The landscaped block measures about 730 square metres and there is a single carport.

NESTLED on the the edge of town, “Kari Park” has just over 4048 square metres of lush, park-like grounds. The block is perfect for energetic families and their pets, with plenty of room for backyard cricket and football. The long, ranch-style home measures about 251 square metres (27 squares) and boasts five bedrooms. The main bedroom is set in the east wing and features a handy private study or nursery. There is also a walk-in robe and ensuite. Three more bedrooms are in the west wing and all have built-in robes and share the main bathroom. At the hub of the home is a spacious lounge and dining area with a splendid cast-iron wood stove on a raised brick hearth as the centrepiece. The adjoining timber kitchen has a nice outlook across the property. Appliances include an upright electric stove and dishwasher. This is a great lifestyle property with plenty of living space inside and out.

Address: Price: Agency: Agent:

Address: Price: Agency: Agent:

32 Myers Road, BITTERN $360,000 Tallon First National Real Estate, 35 High Street, Hastings, 5979 3000 Nigel Evans, 0439 540 055

225 Hendersons Road, HASTINGS $619,500 negotiable Century 21 Homeport, 2100 Frankston-Flinders Road, Hastings, 5979 3555 Chris Watt, 0417 588 321

REAL ESTATE SOMERVILLE

Est 1989

Proudly Independently Owned & Operated

$460,000 - $480,000

BAXTER - 2 Toorak Avenue

$360,000 - $380,000

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SOMERVILLE - 5 Brunning Court

Stunning, Timeless Beauty

The Jewel Of Toorak

This classically-styled and attractive home has four bedrooms, certain to please most families. A charming outdoor paved pergola area has bistro blinds and overlooks a glorious park-like setting that gives you a real feeling of privacy. Inside is a formal lounge room, a lovely open-plan kitchen and family area and a full bathroom. Upstairs, the master bedroom has ensuite, there is a second living area at the top of the stairs and heaps of handy storage in the roof cavity. Complete with double garage and beautifully presented gardens.

Opportunity awaits the most prudent of buyers to snap up this wonderfully presented 3BR, BV family home located on a corner allotment 759.69m2 approx. Ideal for dual occupancy, the home features large formal lounge room with Coonara heating, terrific timber kitchen & meals area, large formal dining room, FES to main bedroom and a fabulous outdoor paved pergola area. Single garage, side access for extra vehicles, this is the ideal property for the first home buyer or developer with Peninsula Link only minutes drive away.

FOR SALE “BOWDEN RISE”

$480,000 - $520,000

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SOMERVILLE - 6 Snow Gum Place

985 Frankston-Flinders Road, Somerville

SOLD 1.8 acres (approx.) LOT 2 - SOLD 1.36 acres (approx.) LOT 1 -

LOT 3 - Priced at $440,000 - 1.1 acres (approx.) Dynamic Locale - Relaxing Lifestyle Tucked away amidst established gardens, in a highly coveted Woodlands Estate setting, this captivating 5 bedroom family home has charm and character for relaxed family living. The home features formal lounge & dining area, timber kitchen with meals area, large family area with gas log fire, evaporative cooling, ducted heating & vacuum systems, full ensuite to master which features a bay window. Home measures approx 24sq with outside features including a decked pergola area overlooking the above ground pool.

Phil Stone Hugh Gamble

0412 226 758 0401 319 811

LOT 4 - Priced at $925,000 - 4.17 acres (approx.) with 36sq (approx) 4 bedroom main residence with large shed. LOT 5 - Priced at $550,000 - $600,000 - 4.68 acres (approx.)

1067 Frankston-Flinders Road, Somerville, 5977 7766

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Harcourts SINCE 1888

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

AUCTION

Mount Martha 11 Kotor Close

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Substantial and sought-after - with bay views! This grand home is is sure to impress all who inspect. With a picturesque entrance to the property, open plan living and great bay views, this home is well-suited to all families, professional couples and anyone after that ideal location. Comprising of 4 bedrooms, main with ensuite, walk in robes and balcony, open-plan kitchen, meals and family area, formal lounge and dining, central bathroom, upstairs retreat and established gardens. Special features include gas ducted heating, ducted vacuum system, ducted evaporative cooling, double car garage, additional off street access for a boat or caravan, outdoor entertaining area, loads of natural light and high ceilings. Close to Mount Martha Village, Ferrero Reserve, Gary Watson Oval, The Briars Park, beach access via the Estuary Boardwalk, local schools, Mount Martha Public Golf Course, the Peninsulaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading wineries and great freeway access for a quick trip to town. AUCTION Saturday 13th July at 12.30pm View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS3965 Open Saturday 12.00-12.30pm*

Gavin Doig 0421 986 157

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

FOR SALE

Hastings 27 Warranqite Crescent

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Winning Design In Exclusive Estate Architecturally designed by â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Waterfront Homesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; this stunning example of aesthetic beauty, quality fittings & thoughtful living spaces is a must to inspect. Created with family life in mind this 3 to 4 bedroom home features 3 separate living zones plus dining, creating all the space you would possibly need. The master bedroom features a walk-in robe & en-suite while the remaining bedrooms all have double built-in robes. Featuring square set cornice the modern lines flow through to the contemporary open plan kitchen with stainless steel appliances & breakfast bar. While outside entertaining is made easy with north facing landscaped gardens & feature gazebo with expansive hardwood decking. Special features include double garage, gas ducted heating, split system cooling & gated side access. With nature walks, marina & High Street shopping just minutes away this property will not last long. Price Guide $440,000 - $470,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS3958 Open Saturday 2.00-2.30pm* Tim Hughes 0410 470 515

E tim.hughes@harcourts.com.au

Jason Dowler 0403 598 754

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AUCTION

Crib Point 41 Milne Street

3+

Outstanding Street Appeal With Family Friendly Layout Superbly renovated with focus on a free flowing quality family lifestyle, this open plan weatherboard combines unrivalled design with an enviable position. Meticulous attention is devoted to the three bedrooms, bathrooms and study, all beautifully styled with optimum natural light and practical modern appeal. The large master retreat is situated upstairs with full ensuite and private balcony overlooking the treetops. A secluded study with open fire place is positioned at the front of the home and a superb open living space greets you as you enter the home flows into a large kitchen with stainless steel appliances, large pantry and an abundance of bench and cupboard space. The adjoining dining area features bi-fold doors stretching out to your vast decking area with feature gazebo and a magnificent secure grassed area. Crib Point Primary School and St Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Primary School are just around the corner with parks, shops and Crib Point train station an easy walk away. With a host of quality inclusions: ducted heating throughout the home and air conditioning in the master, polished boards, large family bathroom with spa bath, separate toilet and side access to the rear of the property AUCTION Saturday 3rd August at 11.00am View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS4223 Open Saturday 11.30-12.00pm* Jason Dowler 0403 598 754

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

Somers Village Park Invest, Reside or Retire In Style Unquestionably one of the greatest places to live in Victoria, Somers has lived up to its reputation offering a quiet, safe and enviable lifestyle for the young at heart. With properties highly sought after in the area, Somers boasts one of the most protected, safest & quietest beaches in Victoria, ideal for beach walks, swimming, sifting through rock pools or sailing. Just some of the attractions of a Somers lifestyle are the dolphins often seen frolicking close by the waters edge, resident koalas, lovely locals and the inviting atmosphere of the social meeting places - Somers Post Office, yacht and tennis clubs, Coolart Homestead and the local Boulevard Cafe. Despite very few small land subdivisions for housing, Somers has not seen any major development since the 1920â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and has retained much of the beauty Somers residents continue to love and appreciate. With the added advantage of the green wedge we see very little chance of any further development for many years to come. For many who crave an unsurpassable lifestyle, Somers Holiday Village offers an affordable opportunity to own your own piece of paradise with the added advantage of being one of the very few Villages offering you the vendor an opportunity to earn an income from your investment.

Starting as low as $140,000 for a 2 bedroom villa call us today to arrange a park tour. Andrea Hannah 0417 400 660

E andrea.hannah@harcourts.com.au

Tim Hughes

E tim.hughes@harcourts.com.au

0410 470 515

Weekly Tips from Andrea & Tim - Dollars and Sense - Presentation Sells As mentioned last week first impressions will not only determine the value of your home, it will also increase the level of interest when those first impressions are of a positive nature. Great first impressions will usually result in creating a healthy & competitive environment, helping your agent of choice negotiate a premium price for your property. Tips to remember are always making sure your home smells pleasant, blinds are open, beds are made & floors are cleaned. Kitchens, bathrooms & living areas should be tidy, well maintained & clear of any clutter to best show off these spaces. Remember less is more. If there are too many personal items around the home, potential buyers will find it difficult to picture their own belongings in place, making it harder for them to imagine the property as their next family home. Your property is usually just one in a very long list of properties a buyer will see, so itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s crucial that they see it in the best possible light.

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Rural and rustic SET on a lovely flat block of 8012 square metres, this character-filled homestead has been centrally positioned to create a private bush setting around the home. It has a formal entry with a feature cedar timber wall and refreshing indoor garden, with three separate living areas. A neat kitchen has a walk-in pantry and an adjoining dining area, and a striking formal lounge with feature brick wall and woodheater. A cosy family room has a nice timber-framed bay window and the neutral colour scheme throughout will suit any furnishings. Four bedrooms are positioned down the length of the home with the main bedroom featuring a walk-in robe and ensuite. Well-presented to complement the pleasing rural ambience, this comfortable property has gorgeous garden surrounds and a small dam at the rear. New owners can create their own slice of the good life and enjoy self-sufficiency from the abundant fruit trees and vegetable gardens. Address: Price: Agency: Agent:

Harcourts SINCE 1888

220 South Beach Road, BITTERN $720,000 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; $770,000 Harcourts, 10/14 High Street, Hastings, 5970 7333 Andrea Hannah, 0417 400 660

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

FOR SALE

Hastings 40 Elisa Place

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Grace, Elegance & Lifestyle Conveniently located and stylishly fitted, this stunning family home is equipped with modern comforts and presents the perfect entertaining space for any occasion. The master bedroom offers walk in robe with full ensuite and a further three bedrooms all with built in robes. Further offering an open plan kitchen, meals and living area plus formal lounge, it truly provides privacy and space for all. The complete family lifestyle, it is enhanced only by an impressive outdoor entertainment zone with an alfresco dining space, extensive landscaping and ornamental pond. Features are abundant including ducted heating, evaporative cooling, split system in living area, remote panel lift garage and real roller door access, 5x8 metre workshop and so much more, sit back and enjoy as all the hard work has been done. Only a short distance to high street, supermarkets, schools and medical facilities. Price Guide $400,000 - $440,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS3983 Open Saturday 2.30-3.00pm* Jason Dowler M 0403 598 754

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

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

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

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

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

build your dream home. Be Quick Won’t Last! Contact Exclusive Agent.

chlorinated pool. Other features include duct heating & vacuum, Caesar stone benchtops & 5 year builder’s warranty. Contact Exclusive Agent. PRICE: $550,000 VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Chris Watt 0417 588 321

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Immaculately maintained 3 or 4 bedroom family home in very quiet court close to foreshore and

polished floors along with newly renovated kitchen with granite benches and stainless steel

shopping centre. Bay window to master bedroom with ensuite and W.I.R, tiled open plan main living

appliances. Both the family bathroom & ensuite have also been renovated. An undercover pergola

area with separate formal dining room or fourth bedroom, plus indoor/outdoor room with sliding

overlooking the spacious back yard (approx 830sqm) provides the perfect place for entertaining.

door access and clear cover blind. Drive through double garage to massive paved and roofed

Double carport + shed for ample storage space. Contact Exclusive Agent. PRICE: $379,950 Negotiable VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Ken Brown 0402 868 368

pergola that goes the full length of the house. Contact Exclusive Agent. PRICE: EXPRESS SALE VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Chris Watt 0417 588 321

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

HOME PORT

www.century21hastings.com.au “MEANDER INN”

NATIVE DELIGHT!

HASTINGS 7 Matthew Circuit

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CRIB POINT 86 Lorimer Street

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Surrounded by a professionally landscaped native garden this 4 bedroom B/V home with remote

Situated on approx 672sqm corner allotment, this well presented very affordable B/V with hardiplank

double garage is situated in one of the most sought after precincts of Hastings. Featuring master

facade home features 2 bedrooms with B.I.R’s, r/cycle air-con & gas log fire in lounge area; plus

B/R with ensuite and W.I.R, 3 additional bedrooms with double B.I.R’s, split-system in living area,

timber kitchen with gas chef stove. Outside boasts single carport, 2 x garden sheds, variety of fruit

ducted heating, stainless steel appliances and side access to backyard. Outside boasts vegie

trees, vegetable patch and paved BBQ area. Contact Exclusive Agent.

garden, cubby house & entertaining area. Contact Exclusive Agent. PRICE: VIEW: AGENT:

PRICE: $285,000 VIEW: Saturday 11:30am-12:00pm AGENT: Ken Brown 0402 868 368

$390,000 Wednesday 3:00-3:30pm & Saturday 12:00 -12:30pm Ken Brown 0402 868 368

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

steel appliances, floating floors, heating & cooling, outstanding quality fixtures & fittings, plus huge

r/cycle heating and cooling units throughout the home. Outside boasts a two bedroom bungalow,

double remote controlled garage. Also featuring pebble paving & well fenced low maintenance back

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

yard, ideal for kids and pets. Minimum 5% return for investors.

rear paddock. Contact Exclusive Agent.

Contact Exclusive Agent.

PRICE: $695,000-$720,000 VIEW: Saturday 1:30-2:00pm AGENT: Ken Brown 0402 868 368

PRICE: EXPRESS SALE VIEW: Saturday 2:00-2:30pm AGENT: Ken Brown 0402 868 368

READY FOR YOU

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From the moment you step inside you will get a sense of just how impressive this home is. On the

area, quality interior and fixtures & fittings. Landscaping & paved outdoor area. Other features include:

ground floor you’ll find the perfect layout with 4 separate living areas, starting with the library then

spacious kitchen with stainless steel appliances, bathroom with shower & bath, carpet & tiling to

the home theater and an open planned kitchen; with the dining and family area leading out to the

all living areas, ducted heating & split-system cooling and remote controlled garage.

paved outdoor area. Featuring 3 double bedrooms all with well-appointed ensuites, plus master

Contact Exclusive Agent.

suite with grand dressing room and full ensuite. Contact Exclusive Agent.

PRICE: EXPRESS SALE VIEW: Saturday 11:00-11:30am AGENT: Chris Watt 0417 588 321

PRICE: Offers Over $570,000 VIEW: Saturday 12:30-1:00pm AGENT: Ken Brown 0402 868 368

KARI PARK ON 1 ACRE

LOVELY LIFESTYLE

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Located on the edge of town on 4316m2 (approx) allotment, this property offers the lifestyle we all

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

dream of! The home features five bedrooms with B.I.R’s, plus study off huge master suite with ensuite

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

and W.I.R. Outdoors offers a paved BBQ area, extra large double garage under roofline. The land is just

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

over 1 acre, lightly treed with mature gums and pretty fernery, with plenty of room to expand.

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

Contact Exclusive Agent.

PRICE: Offers Over $900,000 VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Ken Brown 0402 868 368

PRICE: $619,500 All Offers Considered VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Chris Watt 0417 588 321

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197 Main Street Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Somers

Auction

Auction Saturday 27th July at 1.00pm

84 South Beach Road, Somers The Best Of The Best - 10 Glorious Acres - Walk To Beach and Somers General Store Peace, privacy and privilege are evident from the moment of entry through the remote gates and tree-lined avenue culminating in a circular driveway. Cross the bridge to enter the home with its extensive wrap-around decking framing the spectacular views. Inside, the home follows the ethos of modern open-plan living with a desirable north-facing aspect. A vast open plan dining area integrating a stylish granite kitchen steps down to a stunning glass-framed north-facing living room with floorto-ceiling glass opening to the deck. A separate parents wing overlooking the water includes a living room, a palatial main bedroom, his and her walk-in robes and a stylish ensuite. A top-floor offers a versatile studio or 5th bedroom with an en suite. The grounds provide extensive facilities for viable farming or horse pursuits with eight paddocks linked via a laneway, a huge machinery shed, a mounting yard and more. Appointments include double glazed windows, split system air conditioning, a mud room, more than 93,000 litres of water storage and a memorable, irreplaceable ambience making this estate completely unique. Auction 27th July 1.00pm Terms 10% deposit balance due 60/90/120 days Inspection Saturday 3.00-3.30pm Contact Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 bowmanandcompany.com.au Page 14

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Scale new heights SET on a flat 3039-square metre block, this incredible property is your own vast estate right in the middle of town. Extensively landscaped, the block has a healthy abundance of fruit trees and beautiful gardens. Built on a big scale and with sheer quality in mind, the home has five bedrooms, including two master bedrooms â&#x20AC;&#x201C; each with an ensuite and walk-in robe. Three more bedrooms share a third bathroom. Good things continue in threes with multiple living areas offering a great variety of living and entertaining options. A lovely kitchen has polished spotted gum timber floors and features a full complement of cupboard and bench space with quality appliances including a stainless-steel dishwasher and underbench oven. The property has a large, high-span shed for a home business or storing classic cars and recreational toys. Measuring 130 square metres, it has a concrete slab, roller door and power. Ideally placed in one of Morningtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most sought-after locations, this spectacular and rare offering could suit dual living for an extended family. Address: Price: Agency: Agent:

8 Bareena Court, MORNINGTON $950,000 plus Conley Luff Real Estate, 188 Main Street, Mornington, 5975 7733 Duane Pedron, 0448 867 665

197 Main Street Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Mornington

Auction

Auction - Saturday 20th July at 11.00am

31 Mariners Retreat, Mornington Single Level Beachside Luxury This immaculate residence, situated in a prime location, is defined by the finest of fittings and contemporary fashion. Extensive alfresco entertaining enhance the homes appeal and interior spaces reflect the modern ideals of open plan zoned living with three separate living rooms and a spacious family room and dining area that opens on two sides to a decked entertaining garden with outdoor dining and lounge room. The kitchen features stone benchtops, Blanco appliances and glass splashback, and the luxurious main bedroom suite has parents retreat, WIR & FES with double shower. Also has double garage with internal access, ducted heating and air conditioning. Auction 20th July 11.00am Terms 10% deposit balance due 60/90 days Price Range $760,000 - $860,000 Inspection Saturday 12.15-12.45pm Contact Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 Deborah Quinn 0428 205 555 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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Tranquil rural surrounds SET at the end of a private driveway this single-level, ranch-style home measures about 279 square metres (30 squares) and is on a flat, 5898-square metre block. Solid in construction with a sturdy brick and tile exterior, a full-length verandah â&#x20AC;&#x201C; both front and back â&#x20AC;&#x201C; gives the home great character. Slate tiles from the formal entry continue into a spacious open-plan living zone that includes a neat timber kitchen with stainless-steel appliances and a large wraparound bench. From here you overlook a nice parlour area, and on the opposite side of the room is space for dining and a lounge. A carpeted hallway leads to a formal lounge room. There are four bedrooms, three have built-in robes and the main bedroom has a walk-in robe and ensuite. The block has plenty of established trees around the boundary and some shading the outside entertaining areas. There is an 88-square metre machinery shed and workshop. Address: Price: Agency: Agent:

4 Bushbury Court, SOMERVILLE $795,000 L Cooper Real Estate, 1067 Frankston-Flinders Road, Somerville, 5977 7766 Philip Stone, 0412 226 758

Your home could be worth more than you think! Give Sam Bucca a shot and call for your free no-obligation market appraisal. Selling real estate without the headache. Sam Bucca Senior Sales Consultant / Licensed Estate Agent

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This block of land is an ideal for anyone looking to create their dream lifestyle by building the home they want without compromising on a private and leafy location. Situated in a sought after area, this 462m2 approx allotment boasts a wide street frontage (25m approx) allowing you to create a home design with an impressive facade and sense of space. New fencing to 3 sides, some basic landscaping taken care of and all services are available.

This neat & tidy 3 bedroom, BV home is an affordable entry into the property market. Set at the end of the road with a picket fence out front, this home is well presented with three bedrooms, all with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, a goodsize lounge with gas heating and a spacious kitchen and meals area. The block is 531m2 and includes plenty of space and a garden shed. For investors, rental return is currently $270 per week.

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Located on a quiet no-thru street this 3BR plus study home is ideal for a family looking for more space without blowing the budget. The home has exposed brick and timber paneling throughout and includes a lounge, master bedroom with FES and BIRs plus access to the study. There is a large family/dining room with s/system heating/cooling and a timber kitchen. Inspect Saturday 13th July 12.00-12.30pm For Sale: $365,000

Saturday 13th July 2.00-2.30pm $330,000

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$320,000

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Charming double brick residence with picket fence and QHDWIURQWJDUGHQFUHDWLQJDORYHO\Ă&#x20AC;UVWLPSUHVVLRQ/DUJH IRUPDOORXQJHZLWKH[SRVHGEULFN RSHQĂ&#x20AC;UHSODFH timber kitchen with d/w and island bench plus formal dining room. Main bedroom with WIR & FES, BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s to two more bedrooms. Extra living space with family room featuring gas heating and split system air-conditioner which opens to paved , undercover entertainment area.

You will be instantly impressed by the appealing facade and landscaped front garden of this stylish home. Featuring gleaming porcelain tiles, formal lounge, large study, master bedroom with FES & WIR, central kitchen with ample bench and cupboard space + s/steel appliances including d/w. Large open-plan dining & family room with access to covered entertaining area.

Immaculately presented home on 2 acres with large foyer, study & powder room to one side plus formal lounge with feature columns to the other. Glistening tiles through to the informal living & meals area. Stunning granite kitchen has walk-in pantry, twin draw dishwasher, gas s/steel cook top & wall oven. Upstairs is a theatre room, main bedroom with spa ensuite & WIR.

For Sale:

For Sale:

For Sale:

NIGEL EVANS Phone: 0439 540 055

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Excellent exposure ONE of four new factories beside a major arterial road, this property has a floor area of 458 square metres with a 140-square metre mezzanine level. There is internal office space and storage area plus two toilets for staff. The building is equipped with fire hydrants and extinguishers, and has three-phase power. There is parking for seven vehicles in the front.

IN Frankston Gardens Drive industrial estate, close to freeway on and off ramps, this well-established factory or warehouse has a 4.7-metre clearance and is set on a 1000-square metre block. The property has a large hardstand yard and crushed rock areas for heavy vehicles. The factory has total floor area of 365 square metres with a reinforced concrete floor. Other features include security lights, alarm system and three-phase power. There is no GST applicable with the sale and the property is available with vacant possession.

4/1907 Frankston-Flinders Road, HASTINGS Lease price: $44,196 per annum plus GST plus outgoings Agency: Tallon First National Real Estate, 35 High Street, Hastings, 5979 3000 Agent: Dominic Tallon, 0408 528 857

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Situated on a large 25 acre (approx) block, this operational broiler chicken farm, converted to and operating as free range, features all necessary P & E with capacity for 104,400 free range and 144,000 under broiler operation. There may be room to grow, STCA for addition of more shedding. Current Inghams contract with excellent future prospects. Property also includes 4BR, 2 bathroom home with separate unit. Property is serviced by mains water with bore and dams.

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Farmers getting the jump on rabbit pest, local woman disappears Compiled by Matt Vowell From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 12 July 1913. DURING the past fortnight, the rabbit pest in the Shire of Mornington has been considerably reduced by the farmers spreading apples poisoned with strychnine. Some very large hauls were secured. In one 600-acre paddock, 800 dead rabbits were found, and it is estimated that altogether over 4000 were accounted for. *** TERRIBLE uneasiness is being felt at Dromana at present owing to the mysterious disappearance of a young lady named Miss Cain. It appears that she wandered from her home between 8 and 12 o’clock on Tuesday evening last, since when no trace of her has been discovered. Search parties were out on Wednesday and Thursday, scouring the district, but without success. It is supposed she is making towards Melbourne. She is described as being about 25 years of age, five feet in height, and was wearing a blue skirt and blue flannelette blouse with yellow stripes, and had no hat on. *** A REWARD of ten guineas has been offered on conviction of the person who has been laying the poison which has caused so much destruction among the dogs. *** THE next winter social of St Paul’s, Frankston, has been postponed till 23rd July. A good programme is being organised. *** “THE Game of Life” is noted as one of Mel. B. Spurr’s best musical monologues, and will be rendered by Miss

Annie Brody at the Choral concert at Somerville tonight. *** A VERY painful accident befell Mr Fred Doherty on Friday last, whilst chopping wood, a chip striking him in the ball of the eye. Although extremely painful, we are pleased to state the eye is not injured, and he is doing remarkably well under Dr Somers’ care. *** THE Frankston Club opened its new club room on Saturday night last, and it has been visited each evening by a number of men, young and old, who seem to enjoy the billiards and a quiet game of draughts or euchre. Cribagge and bezique are being added to the games provided. *** THE episode related in the ‘Herald’ and the morning papers on Tuesday, referring to a young lady being blown off the Mornington pier into the water during a gale on Sunday evening last, was incorrect. No such accident occurred there. *** THE marriage of Nurse Callow and Mr J. Jackson, of Frankston, was celebrated quietly at Christ Church, South Yarra, last week by the Rev. Leonard Townsend. Mrs Jackson proposes to retain her connection with St. Pancras Private Hospital, of which she is proprietress and nurse. *** ALTHOUGH a new school has been promised Somerville for some time, nothing has been done so far by the Department towards the accomplishment of this desirable object. The residents have kept up an agitation regarding the very unsatisfactory state of the

school, and it is high time something was done to at least improve the conditions now prevailing. *** ON Sunday evening last Archdeacon Hindley was the preacher at St Paul’s Church, Frankston, the Vicar reading the prayers. A large congregation filled the church. During the service, the choir, led by Mr Walter Jenning, sang an anthem new to Frankston, “Sweet is the Sunshine.” After the service the Archdeacon spoke to Mr Jennings, and sent a complimentary message to the choir, especially thanking them for their rendering of the anthem, which was a favourite one of his. *** THE Quarterly Meeting of the Frankston Methodist Church Circuit was held in the Methodist Church, Somerville, on the 2nd July. There was a representative gathering of the members of the various preaching places. A welcome was extended to the Rev. Robert Jackson. Finances were in a satisfactory state. It was decided to try and hold special missions right through the circuit as soon as can be arranged, the matter being left in the hands of the minister. The ladies of the Somerville Church provided a very enjoyable repast for which a hearty vote of thanks was passed, on the motion of Mr A. Corlett and Mr C. W. Murray. *** THE following is the balance sheet in connection with the recent ball in aid of the funds of the Frankston Football Club: Receipts: Tickets sold £1 18s, donations £2 1s, taken at door £3 1s 6d, total £7 0s 6d; expenditure total £4 15s 11d. The credit balance, £2 4s 7d,

has been handed to the secretary of the club. *** ON Friday night last Mr E. McComb, the captain of the Frankston Fire Brigade, was the recipient of a Long Service medal, presented by the Country Fire Brigades’ Board. A pound night was held, and Fireman Davey kindly lent his gramophone, which was appreciated by all present. The Captain has been a member of the Frankston brigade for 17 years, 15 years of which entitled him to the medal, which is an appropriate token for services rendered. Supper was served about 11 o’clock, after which the crowd dispersed, thoroughly satisfied with the evening’s enjoyment. *** THE Mornington Racing Club has leased from Mr Blair the Drywood Estate Racecourse, containing about 100 acres, for 12 months, with the option of extending the lease. It is the intention of the club to run two registered meetings annually, probably in December and February. The general meting of members will be called on or about the first Saturday in September, when immediate steps will be taken to erect a saddling paddock and other necessary improvements. The club has sublet the racecourse for grazing purposes for 11 months at a satisfactory price. During the week over 700 rabbits have been poisoned on the Drywood Estate, 300 in the Tanti Park, and large numbers on other areas. *** ARBOR Day was celebrated here on Friday, 4th inst., at the Railway Station School No. 3544. The weather was not as favourable as it might have

been, a boisterous wind was blowing during the morning, and misty rain fell during the greater part of the afternoon. There was, however, a large gathering of parents and children present, who worked energetically during the forenoon planting trees and flowering shrubs, etc. A working bee had been held about a week previously, when a considerable amount of work had been done towards repairing the ground for planting out a flower garden in front of the school. This was completed on Arbor Day, and now forms a very picturesque little playground. During the afternoon, while the showers were falling, an adjournment was made to the school building, where a programme of songs, etc. was gone through, and an interesting and appropriate address to the children by Dr Griffith. A very sumptuous afternoon tea put the finishing touch on the day’s outing. *** THE adjourned meeting of ratepayers in connection with the much vexed question of the extension of the Tram Coy’s lease was held in the Mechanics’ on Wednesday evening, and was well attended. Mr J. B. Clark was voted to the chair. After a good deal of discussion, it was moved that a solicitor’s opinion be obtained on behalf of ratepayers, to ask a number of questions submitted, dealing with the grievances and that a further meeting be held to take necessary steps and place the same before the shire council. The report of a sub-committee appointed to deal with lighting up the streets was read and it was moved that the recommendations be forwarded to the council.

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The Lee Majors’ guide to good housekeeping By Stuart McCullough WWLMD? All my life, I have tried to live up to a certain standard as if an indelible code has been forever imprinted on my soul. Sure, you can choose to float through this world like a twig in a flooded gutter or you can take a stand and actually believe in something. I, for one, have pledged my allegiance to a way of living that has at its heart certain principles – gallantry, nobility and high quality stunt-work. Is it a cult? Perhaps. Is it an organised religion? There’s nothing organised about it. It is, in fact, a simple question that has guided me through my life so far. That question is: WWLMD? Or, to set it out in full, what would Lee Majors do? I didn’t have too many heroes growing up. I idolised The Beatles but they’d already well and truly split. My favourite footballer was Carlton’s Rod Ashman but I have no idea why. I suspect it was a random selection. I was probably engaged in some highlevel football card swap – maybe down by the oval, maybe behind the shelter shed – when I was pressed to give an answer. Ashman was a short, slightly stocky utility player with a beard and looked like he should have been playing bass for The Little River Band. My real heroes were, in truth, all on television. And of all the heroes I found on the little screen, none was more important than Lee Majors. I first encountered him as Colonel Steve Austin in The Six Million Dollar Man. As far as I was concerned, he was worth every cent. An astronaut

severely injured in an accident, he was rebuilt with a series of bionic parts picked up from the local Tandy outlet. The use of the bionic powers was always accompanied by a distinct sound effect and slow motion camera work. Once the sound effect took hold and everything slowed down, you knew Majors was about to let the bad guys have it.

Austin’s image but also a spin-off series. Just as Happy Days begat Laverne and Shirley, Cheers led to Frasier and The Nuremburg Trials begat Big Brother, The Six Million Dollar Man gave us the Bionic Woman. But bionic or not, the one thing Majors couldn’t leap over was low ratings and both shows were cancelled in 1978. Some lights burn too bright and cannot be ignored. So it was with Lee Majors who would rise phoenixlike from the ashes of The Six Million Dollar Man and become The Fall Guy. In his new show, Majors may have looked, sounded and acted exactly like Steve Austin but he was, in fact, Colt Seavers who, with his trusty sidekick Howie Munson, would roam around the countryside in a ute picking up crooks for parole violation in exchange for money. Charming. It must be said that with names like Colt Seavers and Howie Munson, there must have been a rule in the early 1980s that all television characters had to be named as if they were part of the adult entertainment industry. Classic shows of the era – The A-Team, A Country Practice, maybe even The Love Boat – were all about action. It was here that The Fall Guy’s premise came to glorious fruition. As a stuntman, it stood to reason that Majors would perform a whole bunch of stunts. This was hugely influential in the playground as my classmates goaded each other into performing acts of insanity. Generally, this involved going “tree to tree”, which required you to get from one end of the playground to

Most significantly of all, he did it while wearing a stylish nylon tracksuit. I also owned a nylon tracksuit, and sometimes thought I might have bionic powers. To this day, I do nearly all my running in slow motion. Such was the success of The Six Million Dollar Man that it produced not only lunch boxes and thermoses emblazoned with Colonel Steve

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the other without touching the ground. This necessitated throwing yourself from one limb to another, forever at the risk of plunging to earth. If not for Lee Major, I can honestly say that I’d never have gone tree to tree. But if working a second job as, ostensibly, some kind of paid vigilante doesn’t sound like much of a role model, then take a closer look. The splendour started with the show’s theme song The Unknown Stuntman, performed by Lee Majors himself. To be frank, Majors had the kind of pipes that, in The Voice terms, would be unlikely to turn any of those big red chairs, but it mattered not. Rather, it’s the fact that Majors was willing to turn his hand to anything that I admired. I doubt it stopped there. He probably did the catering, too, preparing sandwiches and fruit platters for the cast and crew each evening. It’s true, though, that Majors always invested his characters with a certain quality: namely, immobility. Blessed with the constitution of a concrete wombat, there wasn’t a blow Majors couldn’t absorb without a hair losing its place. I learned a lot from him. He wasn’t the greatest of actors but he was prepared to have a go. When things are difficult and obstacles seem insurmountable, I often find myself taking a deep breath and asking: what would Lee Majors do? Then, I take a step back and jump – in glorious slow motion while making a strange sound effect noise – right over all my troubles. Because, when all is said and done, it’s not about being bionic. It’s just about giving it your best. stuart@stuartmccullough.com

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Performance MARC Hunter was without doubt one of Australia’s most charismatic rock icons for over two decades as lead singer of Dragon with its string of hits including April Sun in Cuba, Get That Jive, Sunshine, Are You Old Enough?, Rain and more. He quit the band in 1979, began recording solo with some members of The Reels backing him and had his first chart success later that year with Island Nights. This was followed by Big City Talk, Hollywood, Young Years and more. On 17 July 1998, Hunter lost his battle with throat cancer at age 44. To mark the 25th anniversary of his death, there will be a tribute in the Gershwin Room at the Espy Hotel in St Kilda at 8pm on Wednesday 17 July. Guests include John Swan, Wilbur Wilde, John Dallimore, Mick Pealing, Dale Ryder, Brian Mannix and Alex Formosa Baudo. Tickets: www.oztix.com.au *** ROCK veterans Status Quo will be celebrating the release of their 100th single Bula Bula Quo after almost 46 years since the debut single Pictures of Matchstick Men. www.statusquo. co.uk *** THE Sopranos has returned to the top of the bestseller lists as fans flock to remember, or to discover, the work of James Gandolfini. The actor died of a heart attack in Italy last month. Although he had a part in the Oscarnominated Zero Dark Thirty, Gandolfini was most loved for his role as mob boss Tony Soprano in the television series. www.onlocationtours.com/sopranos *** HEAVY metal rockers Black Sabbath have scored their first No 1 album in the United Kingdom in more than 43 years. Black Sabbath, fronted by Ozzy Osbourne, last achieved the feat with their second release, Paranoid, in 1970.

This album featured classic rock tracks Iron Man and War Pigs. The new album, 13, reunites Osbourne, Tony Lommi and Geezer Butler after 35 years. www.blacksabbath. com *** AFTER winning a Helpmann Award and playing to more than 100,000 people in Australia and New Zealand, The Man in Black is returning to its premiere home at Melbourne’s Ath-

enaeum. Australian rock legend Tex Perkins will once again blast the bluestone walls of Melbourne’s oldest theatre as he tells the Johnny Cash story for a limited season from 19-21 July at the theatre. Perkins will bring Johnny Cash’s tough life and legacy of powerful hit songs to life as he takes the stage with all the sorrowful intensity of The Man himself, delivering aching renditions of 24 of Cash’s greatest hits including

Ring of Fire, I Walk the Line, Folsom Prison Blues, Sunday Mornin’ Coming Down, Get Rhythm, A Boy Named Sue, Hey Porter and others. Tickets: 132 849. www.themanin black.com.au *** ON the day his debut album More Than a Dream was released, it was announced Australia’s newest star Harrison Craig would be doing a national concert tour, called “More Than a Dream”. Touring in September, October and November, the freshly crowned “Voice of Australia” will bring his beautiful vocals and inspiring song selection to some of the nation’s best venues. Beginning in Brisbane on 27 September, Craig will perform in every major capital city as well as many regional centres. The tour will feature the outstanding performances that millions of viewers tuned in to see each week on the Nine Network show The Voice. During the series, seven of Craig’s performances made the iTunes top 10, with four tracks reaching No 1 spot. Fans will have the chance to hear Can’t Help Falling in Love, Unchained Melody, It Had Better Be Tonight and his own original single More Than a Dream, along with other favourites such as You Raise Me Up and his newfound hit Unconditional. Craig will be accompanied by a full band and spectacular stage production, and will also be supported by special guests. He performs at the Palms at Crown on 1 and 2 October. Tickets on sale now. www.harrison craigofficial.com *** A&M Records will release a new album of original material from Sting, entitled The Last Ship, on 20 September. The album was inspired by Sting’s forthcoming play of the same name and explores the themes of homecoming and self-discovery, drawing on his memories of growing up in the

sees me writing nice things about my Magpies, he can hone in on me. People make these decisions and you can never trust “people” in positions of power. I’m guessing some million “people” have access to “the life and boring times” of one small sardine named Cliff Ellen. There’s already evidence of accessed telephone and internet records without authority and nobody appears to be accountable. Terrorism is one thing but freedom and privacy are values we surely must uphold. The likes of “are you with us or against us?” or “if you’ve got nothing to hide, you have nothing to worry about” are smokescreens. Disturbing. *** THE many reasons submitted for the downward spiral of my once mighty Magpies since replacing Mick with former champion footballer Nathan Buckley (injuries; losing Davis, Dawes and Wellingham; gaining Lynch and Russell) combined with double Dutch footyspeak of higher standards: allowing too many goals, winning fewer quarters, losing contested possessions, lack of pressure on the ball, wanting the ball more, focus on controlling the ball, transition out of defence, loss of ability to penetrate and process-orientated nonsense all mask the obvious. As a coach, Nathan would make a very good assistant coach. *** SOPHIE’S always good value; darling

Sophie Mirabella on ABC’s Q&A; well cast, I’d think, in a Woody Allen film. In response to Liberal Party bias from the Murdoch press, Sophie cited ABC bias; a common thread from the Coalition, but why? As a regular watcher of ABC news and current affairs, I see straight down the line fairness, even allowing for Leigh Sales’s rude questioning of both sides. We plebs scream for a degree of balance come nighttime after the daily brutal attacks from Rupert’s media men and women. Alternatively if they privatise the ABC we could be lucky and see Andrew Bolt replacing menacing Leigh? Lah-de-dah. *** A VOTE for the Greens is a vote for “asylum seekers, climate change and the rights of the Aboriginal people”. Very sweet but aren’t they all promising the same insolvables? I have an affectionate spot for the Greens, many moving into my old neighbourhoods of Northcote, Fitzroy and Collingwood thus transporting them to upmarket housing, boutique hotels and free of ugly football teams. What could be nicer than walking the dog on the once-hallowed turf of the Fitzroy football ground? *** HE’S so busy, isn’t he? He’s everywhere, putting Everywhere Eddie into the shade. Mt Martha, Phillip Island, Flinders, even Tootgarook, if you don’t

mind. Why would anyone go to Tootgarook? It’s all there in the Flinders Community News winter 2013 edition eightpage pamphlet. I speak, of course, of federal MP for Flinders, Shadow Minister for Climate Action, Environment and Heritage Greg Hunt, which I prefer to shorten to “Handsome Greggy” in the interests of saving time. He’s a good man is HG, featuring at Rosebud Plaza (a “World of Excitement” apparently) on 20 July from 10.30 till midday to lend you an ear. If HG makes one of his speeches, you’ll have all of 30 minutes to have a say. Complete with 25 great pictures of our man. *** HOW often have you been speeding and escaped the cameras? 500 times a year? Stop sooking about hidden cameras. I got booked last month hurrying through Tootgarook to the safety of downtown Rye; took it on the chin and the pocket. Cost balanced by cutting cigarettes by one a day for six months. *** VICTORIA is thinking of breaking ranks with the senior secondary school national curriculum by not offering an easier maths and English subject in the final year of VCE amid fears it could lead to “a lowering of literacy and numeracy standards”. Surely the choice of the less demanding “Essential Maths” is a good thing for many students? I dropped Ad-

By Gary Turner shadow of the Swan Hunters shipyard in Wallsend. His personal reminiscences illuminate universal truths – the complexity of relationships, the passage of time and the importance of family and community – to form an affecting, complex parable for modern times. The play, in which Sting has been immersed for nearly three years, debuts on Broadway in 2014 and is a collaboration with Tony Award winners Joe Mantello (director of Wicked, Other Desert Cities), John Logan (writer of Red, Skyfall) and Brian Yorkey (writer of Next to Normal). The Last Ship tells the story of the demise of the shipbuilding industry in 1980s Newcastle, which had shaped and overshadowed the city, its development and its community. The album is produced by Rob Mathes (Sting, Eric Clapton, Elton John, Lou Reed, Carly Simon) and engineered and mixed by Donal Hodgson. www.sting.com www.cherrytreerecords.com Top 10 albums 1 13 – Black Sabbath (Vertigo) 2 Time – Rod Stewart (Capitol) 3 A – Agnetha Faltskog (Universal) 4 Circus in the Sky – Bliss N Eso 5 To Be Loved – Michael Buble (Reprise) 6 Swing – Renee Geyer (EMI) 7 Old Sock – Eric Clapton (Polydor) 8 Inspiration – George Benson (Universal) 9 Shadow of the Gun – Lachlan Bryan 10 Wrote a Song For Everyone – John Fogerty (Sony).

A Grain of Salt JULIA’S concession speech was top shelf, underlining what was missing during her tenure. We needed more, much more on television shows like the ABC’s 7.30, if for nothing else than to understand the person alongside her policies. Maybe she tried, maybe the media was only interested in the destabilisation campaign and opinion polls. Voters may have been indoctrinated by the seemingly never-ending campaign of ridicule and, in this regard, her steeliness was to be admired, but more was needed in terms of her communicating with us. Julia follows in the footsteps of other PMs banished, with pride. Alas, perhaps we saw the real Julia; too late? Retire in comfort. “The hairdresser has left the building.” *** TENNIS champ Serena Williams’s comments about Maria Sharapova intrigued me. “It’s so boring. She’s still not going to be invited to the cool parties.” It must be difficult to go through life without invites to cool parties. What is a cool party? One with ambience? What is ambience? *** THIS security business has snuck up on us. The United States with its massive surveillance system; records of millions of phone calls and access to Google, Facebook and Yahoo users; our people pushing for the same powers; they simply have to suspect us? So if an ASIO Collingwood hater

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By Cliff Ellen vanced Maths last century as a matter of convenience and felt no drop in my standards. (Yes, I know: I didn’t have any to start with.) Who decided on this ridiculous idea? *** QUICK thoughts: when you hear “economic development” from a politician, you know rubbish will follow. Simon Crean said he “got over” destabilisation of his leadership in 2001-03; like I got over St Kilda’s 1966 premiership. From the lips of the Premier, Dr Denis Napthine MP: “If they want to recycle politicians, they will be in the wilderness for a long time.” We desperately miss Grant Thomas on Footy Classified. How is your promise on the Southern Peninsula Aquatic Centre project travelling, Marty? “The three particular disciplines that bring out the best in us and in those around us: to listen attentively, to apologise sincerely and to forgive generously.” Hugh Mackay Be yourself; hooroo. cliffie9@bigpond.com


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Western Port teenager having ton of fun By Pat Foy THE Mornington Peninsula Cricket Association’s under-15s side had its first match of the United Kingdom tour on 1 July. The day began with a walk – a beautiful journey along the River Wear, a waterway surrounded by beautiful forest –and a sight to behold: a bunch of young Aussies dragging their cricket bags along its banks. Idyllic is the word that comes to mind. We took a turn down a dirt track and suddenly come on a picturesque oval with a magnificent old building in the background. This was Durham School. Founded by the Bishop of Durham, Thomas Langley, in 1414 as Durham Grammar School, it received royal foundation from King Henry VIII following the dissolution of the monasteries during the Protestant Reformation. The boarding school costs £20,000 a year, so it is a tad on the exclusive side. From a greenkeeper’s perspective, the playing surface was right up there with the MCG or at the very least Cerberus Golf Club; lovely manicured surfaces with not a blade of grass out of place. The peninsula boys were treated to a hot buffet lunch. It was a little surreal watching the students, complete with jackets and ties, selecting their plate of hot food. What happened to Vegemite sangers before a match? After lunch and warm up, it brought a smile to my face to see my son Matt Foy tossing the coin and another smile when he indicated to teammates we would have a bat. Being the proud parent, and not just soaking up the splendid surroundings, it was with a hopeful heart that I watched Matt stride out to open the batting and face the first ball of the innings. With my heart pounding, I started filming the proceedings. He was off his duck early and looking reasonably comfortable, which made it a little less nerve wracking. His batting partner James Le Brooy (Crackers) was looking even more solid and scoring a bit more freely than Matt. This suited Matt as he likes to get his eye in and just work the ball around rather than whack it. As a side note, Crackers’ brother was in the 2010 side that our late son Jack was selected in and is now playing District seconds at Frankston. The partnership yielded 50 runs with Matt contributing about 15, going along quite steadily. Next to the crease was arguably our best batsman, Tom Ewing, who was bowled for a golden duck. Now the Durham bowler was on a hat-trick and things were looking serious. The boys managed to survive but no real

partnerships were forming with a couple of the lads making five or six and then losing their wickets. Matt was still batting well, on about 30, and I must admit to thinking about a half-century; getting ahead of myself. Soon enough he made it to 50. It was really special. My wife Linda and I were as proud as punch as were his teammates and the other parents. It was a well-deserved 50 and a chanceless innings. The only downside was the battery on the camera had gone flat. Oh well, now I could sit back and just enjoy watching his knock. Sammy Fowler came in about six wickets down and the pair started to pick up runs, with boundaries coming regularly. They would’ve put on about 40 when Sam tried to hit one to Melbourne, only to miss it and see middle stump knocked over. Matt was seeing them pretty well by this stage and really taking control. I wandered over to the scorers to see what he’d made. They told me Matt was on 72 with four overs to go. I started to think “if he goes for it, he could possibly get a 100”. His coach, who was umpiring, must have had a word to him because out of nowhere he smashed three sixes in a row and all of a sudden was on 90 with three overs to go. I’m seriously thinking he’s going to ton up here. I was a bit concerned when he grabbed his shoulder after the last six as if he’d pulled a muscle but I’m thinking he could still get the hundred without having to whack them. He moved to 97 and received a ball straying down leg-side, which he sort of got onto but it didn’t go all the way to the boundary. He turned to come back for a comfortable three and everyone started clapping and cheering. Matt raised his bat to acknowledge the cheers. What a proud and exciting moment. My eyes were fairly moist at this stage and Linda and I were receiving just as many congratulations as Matt. Our young cricketer finished up on 110 not out in a team total of 198. We then went on to dismiss the opposition for 140 with Matt taking a catch in slips. He was too worn out to keep wickets and didn’t bowl either. After the game he was presented with a school tie as man of the match and there were lots of photos taken in front of the scoreboard. You could say it was a fair debut on English soil. It was an enjoyable walk back to the hotel. I thought I’d carry his bag. It seemed like the right thing to do.

Triumphant ton: Matt Foy stands in front of the scoreboard displaying his knock.

Edi-Asp down Seaford as Redlegs bounce back and top Sharks in a thriller PENINSULA LEAGUE By Andrew ‘Toe Punt’ Kelly EDITHVALE-Aspendale achieved what it set out to do on Saturday against Seaford – simply get the four points. Eagles coach Troy Shannon said it was important for his side to beat the Peninsula League teams that had knocked over his team in the early part of the season. Bonbeach and Seaford were two sides that beat Edi-Asp in the early rounds and the Eagles have been able to respond in the return games. “I think it’s important to go through a season having beaten every side in the competition,” Shannon said. “That was our aim at the halfway mark and we are on track to achieve

it,” he said. Matt Kremmer made it two bags of goals in as many weeks with six majors on Saturday, while Adam Budge, another recruit, finished with three. Markham Johnson, all 6ft 10in (208cm) of him, dominated in the ruck, while Tims Mavric and Mannix dominated through the middle of the ground, along with Troy Ogier. With a full complement of players, the Eagles are a very good outfit. Seaford unveiled new recruit Nick Boswell, who walked out on Rosebud in Nepean League earlier this season. He is a fine addition for the Tigers and debuted with a best player performance. Darragh Chadwick also worked

hard for the Tigers while Tom Shaw contributed three majors. It was also good to see Kain Taylor back, playing in the reserves. The second of three games in the split round saw Mt Eliza bounce back from its shock hammering by Karingal last week to lead all afternoon and beat Bonbeach in a thriller. The Redlegs showed their intentions early in the clash when they booted six goals in the opening term, a far cry from last week’s performance. The second quarter was tight with just five points kicked, but the Redlegs extended the margin to 23 points at the long break. With Scott Lockwood booting four goals up to three-quarter time, and Sam Gill and Jimmy Clayton

dominating, Mt Eliza looked home. However, despite not having arguably the best player in the game in Shane McDonald, the Sharks came storming home in the last quarter. Bonbeach booted the only three goals of the term, as well as four behinds, but it was still two points short at the final siren. Mt Eliza was restricted to just one behind in the final 25 minutes. Mark Tyrell and Dylan Jones were outstanding for the Sharks, while Ricky Ferraro was also up and about. The win once again means the Redlegs go a game clear of the Sharks in the top five. Pines got back on the winners list on Saturday, leading all afternoon to beat Langwarrin.

Playing in front of a home crowd, the Pythons exploded in the second quarter, booting 3.5 to one behind to lead by 29 points at the halfway mark. The margin was extended to 41 points at the last change. Langwarrin made a fist of things in the final quarter, booting 3.4 to two behinds, eventually going down by 21 points. Shaun White booted three goals for the winners while Brendan Neville was best on the ground with two majors. Adam Maling and Nick Wilcox also continued their purple patch of form. Jason Curry was the Kangas’ best, playing a great game in defence, while Dan Riley and Andrew Withers also worked hard in the back line. Western Port News 9 July 2013

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Hastings in trouble as Sorrento hands out a hiding, Dromana ‘steals’ win from Rye NEPEAN LEAGUE By Andrew ‘Toe Punt’ Kelly HASTINGS coach Glenn Michie was summoned to the Hastings Football Club on Sunday afternoon following his side’s 82-point thumping at the hands of Sorrento in Nepean League’s split round. Michie, who resigned as coach three weeks ago and said he would leave at the end of the season, said he had no idea why he’d been called to the meeting. After the meeting, Michie said he would continue to coach for the remainder of the season. Hastings was totally outclassed by the Sharks. The Blues were six goals down at half-time, 11 goals behind at three-quarter time and 14 goals down by siren time. The Sharks had 40 scoring shots to Hastings’ 18, Leigh Treeby dominating

the scoreboard with four goals. Leigh Poholke and James Hallahan finished with three goals each. Sorrento had 11 goalkickers and Troy Schwarze and Ryan Jeffrey dominated. Tony Mirabella played a lone hand in attack for the Blues with five goals. He, Mick Cave and Pete Mawson were among the side’s best. Dromana stole a win from the jaws of defeat against Rye on Saturday. Outplayed for more than 90 per cent of the game, Dromana kicked the final two goals to win by four points. Rye’s season was on the line with a loss meaning it was no longer any chance of playing finals. The Demons were committed and played inspired football for 90 of the 100 minutes. The only lapses came in the first 10 minutes of the third quarter, when Dromana kicked three unanswered

goals and hit the front, and again in the final five minutes when Anthony Bruhn kicked his only two goals to get Dromana over the line. The Tigers played like movie stars for the most part. On the whole, they looked lethargic, lazy and uninterested. However, to be totally outplayed and still win says a lot about the team. According to Dromana coaching staff, players have been going through a “heavy load” (increased training program) in the past four weeks and it showed on Saturday. Dromana star Adam Hunter said after the match it had been difficult to stay motivated week after week, especially against struggling teams. He said that although Rye was always a big challenge, the team seemed flat during the match. Dromana people also claimed the umpires assisted Rye, especially Ben

Holmes, who kicked five goals, the majority from free kicks. I’m not sure if the rules have changed in the past week but my interpretation is that if a defender pushes two hands into the back of his opponent, it’s a free kick. The same thing happened for Bruhn when he put the Tigers in front. Dromana had three players who stood out from the rest – Shaun Clarke, Terry Wheeler and Ryan Slocombe, while Matt Neratzoglou presented all afternoon and finished with three goals. Rye had the best two players on the ground – Darren Booth and Adam Kirkwood; they were superb. Matty Sibberas shut down Toby Banks, who had just five possessions. Grant Wilson was very good in the ruck, along with Ryan Taylor, and Ben Holmes kicked five goals.

Frankston Bombers was still a long way from full strength on Saturday but it didn’t stop them handing out a 12goal hiding to Somerville. Leaping Zac Longham booted a career-high seven goals for the Bombers, who set up the win with a five-goal-to-zip opening term. Sam Drake was again sensational playing a key role in defence and Allan Williams played his best game for the club since crossing from Karingal. Jason Bedford found some of his early season form and booted two majors. The Eagles were never in the contest, despite the efforts of seasoned campaigners Leigh Stewart and Justin Farrelly. Jed Sutton continued his outstanding form. Jack Kennedy was the major contributor for the Eagles in the forward line with three goals.

Pain and gain: Far left, Sorrento out-gunned Hastings. Picture: Andrew Hurst.

Left: Dromana stole the win from Rye. Picture: Doug Farr.

Below: Frankston were too strong for Somerville. Picture: Andrew Hurst

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Meates restricted the flow of runs as closer. Hits: Maskiell 2, Dowsett 2. Youngster Rhys Butler did well at CF. The 15-5 mercy rule applied, making it a short game for the Pirates.

Seniors A1 Mornington vs Dingley THE game and performance was better than the final result on a cold and blustery day. The Pirates were in it until late in the game in the round 11 clash. Josh Mulherin produced his usual capable effort and the bats provided plenty of opportunity. Final score was 2-12. Brendan Wilson and Nick Swanveld had multiple hits, and young Michael Potts played a great game.

B2 Mornington vs Dandenong Looking to hang on to fourth spot, B2 played top of the ladder Dandenong. The Pirates lost 16-5 due to insufficient hits and some errors. Next week’s game is against Cheltenham.

A2 Mornington vs Dingley The Pirates with only eight players took on league leaders Dingley. Mornington came out firing with Mitch Dunn, Matt Dunn and Kyle McDonald coming together to produce an early lead. Ryan Campbell pitched outstandingly for the Pirates, handing the ball to Matt Dunn with a 4-2 lead. A few Dingley hits found gaps and the league leaders ran out winners. All Pirates hit the ball with Kyle McDonald and Tristan Kay leading from the front. Joel Schultz, Mark Bullock and Jason Humbles chimed in for a few crucial at bats. It was by far A2’s best performance of the season. B1 Mornington vs Dandenong Dandenong 22 d Mornington 2. The Pirates did not bat well against the Angels’ youthful pitcher. Those who got into scoring positions were LOB. It was a rocky start on the mound by McGough but J

Diabetes no barrier to top footy SOMERVILLE footballer Luke Dalmau has been chosen in a Victorian schoolboys’ team that is touring the Northern Territory next month. Luke plays in Somerville Junior Football Club’s under-15 team and is a member of the Peninsula Stingrays development squad. He was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes just before his ninth birthday but this hasn’t stopped him becoming a good player. Pictured in action in his home town blue and gold, Luke will wear the number 15 jumper against other state schoolboy teams in Darwin from 10 to 18 August.

C2 Mornington vs Dingley Six scattered hits resulting in only one run saw the C2 fall well short of Dingley’s 14 runs. All three pitchers were used: Van Le Blanc, Brandon Wyatt and EJ (one pitch) Tobias did a good job and Phoebe Dowsett caught well. Juniors Round 10, Saturday 29 June Under-13 Mornington Black vs Cheltenham Blue Cheltenham Blue 10 defeated Mornington 3. It was a close-fought game from the start but the defence gremlins crept in and cost 7 runs in the third inning. Bald and Pierson again pitched well. Safe hits to Knox and Tedesco. Doubles to Pierson and Bald. The outfield of Tak, Hosking and Lewis did well under pressure. Under-11 Mornington vs Berwick Berwick 6 defeated Mornington 3. The Pirates played at home for only the second time this season. Berwick hit out early but with tight pitching, Pirates slowly clawed their way back, only to fall short.

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HOLDEN CAPTIVA LX

DRIVE $12,990DRIVE AWAY $12,990DRIVE AWAY $12,990AWAY $23,990DRIVE AWAY $22,890 DRIVE $16,990DRIVE AWAY AWAY

tL! u o n u RMODE

1.8L Hatch ‘DEMO’

$17 PER P ER DAY#

Auto, Black in colour, Alloys, Darkest legal tint, Brand new + all the extras, this car is hot to trot. ZWJ982

DRIVE , 21 990 AWAY

$

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d legal ‘tint’

DRIVE , 15 990AWAY

$

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Power Windows & Mirrors

INCLUDES

$11 SUNROOF! PER DAY

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Engine Immobiliser Air Conditioning

Airbags for safety

Cloth Seat Trim

1.6 litre DOHC 16 valve 4 cylinder engine Single disc CD audio system with MP3

ABS Brakes *Price is for manual

2041 Frankston-Flinders Rd, Hastings ingss

Antony Walker 0422 310 834

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Ryan Kissick 0418 522 908

Western Port News 9 July 2013

WESTERNPORT HOLDEN “ W H E R E T H E C U S T O M E R A LW AY S W I N S ”

Phone: (03) 5979 4433 LMCT10002 CT1000 02 info@westernportholden.com.au *Some pictures for illustration purposes only. #Finance to approved pproved poses only) o purchasers based on corporate hire purchase (for business purposes nt. over 60 months at 10.95% with 20% deposit, no balloon payment.

Des Kissick


9th July 2013