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Contract No. 2016-033
The Heart of Gippsland
As part of the Sale Streetscape Renewal Program,
Wellington Shire Council invites tenders for the
removal and replacement of existing kerb and
channel and concrete footpath in Cunninghame
Street, Desailly Street and Macalister Streets, Sale.
The date for practical completion is 29 March 2017.
All tenderers must register with the Council to
obtain the tender documents. These can be
downloaded from www.wellington.vic.gov.au/
tenders or alternatively you may contact the Project
Engineer, Sajini Sirisena on (03) 5142 3156 or
Tenders should be lodged in the tender box at the
Wellington Shire Council Sale Service Centre at 18
Desailly Street, Sale, no later than 2.00pm Wednesday 28
The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.
Late, email or facsimile tenders will not be accepted.
Contract No. 2016-007
CLEANING & REPAIRS
Locally owned 65 years
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12 months have passed
since you left us, but
you are always in our
Love Dot and families.
KALLADY - Patrick.
Former Jack River dairy
The Kallady family
Sincere sympathy to
Pearl and family.
Fond memories remain.
The Dobson family
KALLADY - Patrick.
Once we were agile
footballers, then we were
old men but we always
had our memories, and
they were great.
Sincere condolences to
Pearl and family.
Eddy, Mac (dec), Pat,
Stan, and the teams.
LEWANDOWSKI - Lucy
On August 25, 2016
aged 92 years.
Loved and devoted
mother of Anna, Robert,
Edmund, Philip and
Always with us.
Dearly loved mother of
Rob, mother-in-law of
Kaye and families.
held in our hearts
“Dancing with Dad”
A special friend gone
but never forgotten.
Ida and family.
Most photos that appear in the
Yarram Standard can be purchased
by calling 5182 5013
friendship, love in huge
measure each Thursday
at art then lunch.
Treasured friend of
LEWANDOWSKI - The
funeral of Mrs Lucy
will leave St Mary’s
Catholic Church, 102
Yarram after a service
commencing at 1pm
on Friday, September
2, 2016 for the Yarram
booked a spot in
final, after having
in the knockout fi-
nal this week.
Peter and John put
points on the board early
for Cheetahs, just nailing
the first set in a tiebreak
over Bill and John.
Marg and Warwick
teamed well for Pan-
thers to wrestle back
the lead defeating Shari
and Steve, and then
Cheetahs went up an-
other gear to win all
four remaining sets.
Bobcats go straight into
grand final after a nar-
row win over Leopards.
Gert and Fiona came
out firing, defeating
Conor and Chris giving
Bobcats the edge.
Leopards pair Angie
and Les won a tight tie
break, defeating Glen
The seesawing match
continued, but Bobcats
with a slight lead going
into the final two sets,
won the first 6/2.
The Leopards won
the second 6/3, but this
wasn’t enough, so they
will face Cheetahs in the
Tucker, Rob Flanagan
Shari Stone (fill-in),
Steve Saynor 5/33 d
Panthers: Bill White
(fill-in), John Jess, Marg
Ford, Warwick Testro
Schepers, Fiona Mal-
lett, Glen Fink, Sam
Fink 3/29 d Leopards:
Conor Pedersen, Chris
Hausseger, Angie Ham-
ilton, Les Ford 3/26.
home bag of medals
YARRAM swimmers Al-
ice Peddle and Eliza Jeffs
brought home a bag of
medals from the Victo-
rian Country Short Course
at Ballarat Aquatic Centre
on August 20 and 21.
Eliza, swimming in
the 14 to 15 year age
group, achieved two gold
in the 200 metre freestyle
and 100 metre back stroke
THE Yarram Country Club
Summer Bowls season will
have its official opening on
Sunday, September 18.
All bowlers are asked to keep this date
free to come along for a social game to
officially launch the season.
Anyone wishing to play should have
their names in by 12pm for a 12.30pm
Uniforms are required to be worn on
The ladies and men’s match commit-
tees will select the teams.
Matches will be played to the bell
The day is being catered for by mem-
bers of the bowls club. A plate would be
Ladies president Denise Perry is
hopeful the new uniforms will arrive early
September so all members will be able to
wear them on opening day.
Bowlers are also reminded that they
need to be paid up members if they wish
to represent the club in any form of com-
Management of the Yarram Country
Club and the bowls club have held talks
with TigerTurf about the synthetic green
who have indicated they will follow up
on the clubs request for an inspection of
Secretary Tom Kirkpatrick is current-
ly updating all members’ phone numbers
and as such would like members to con-
firm with him that the phone number on
the member’s board is correct.
Tom has asked that all members
please indicate their availability for pen-
nant selection by completing the relative
forms placed on the notice board in the
men’s locker room.
Last Thursday, neighbours Fish Creek
Bowling Club hosted its last winter turkey
triples for this season.
Winners of the day were John Lamb,
Lawrie Rippon and white nomad Ian
Yarram Bowls Club will be conduct-
ing its monthly triples this Thursday, Sep-
tember 1, with dress to be in uniform.
August 24: K. Feben, I. Thompson,
R. Coppa and D. Tindale.
August 27: G. Dixon, B. Mattingly
and D. Tindale.
It was good to see Brian Mattingly
back from sunny Darwin and Desley Tin-
dale again amongst the spoils.
Trivia: A bit of trivia for those card
players who enjoy a game of 500.
What are the odds of this happen-
ing to you? Ian Thompson bid eight
hearts picked up ‘Kitty” which had three
hearts including the joker giving him
eleven hearts meaning he had to discard
Not to be outdone, on another hand,
Trevor Fink, being first caller after the
dealer, called ten hearts straight up.
This hand was made up of joker,
left and right bowers, ace, king, queen
of hearts plus two smaller hearts. Of the
two remaining off suit cards they were the
ace and king of clubs. Maybe some deck
shuffling is in order.
Till next week enjoy your bowls.
IT was a bottler of a weekend with three teams pro-
gressing in the premiership race.
Our thirds recorded a strong win despite a slow
start and have now booked a ticket in the grand final.
Well done to coach Jari, his support team and of
course the very talented thirds outfit that have had a
stellar year, despite some real challenges along the
We are all behind the young Demons and they
now need to focus on the next two weeks , continue
to work hard and play the great footy that sees them
in the big game.
Our Under 15 netballers dipped out of the finals
race going down to Sale City by 10 goals.
The girls never gave in and fought the game out
until the final bell.
Coach Tracey would be well pleased with the
team’s year and the girls’ development as young net-
ballers and sportswomen along the way.
A couple of team members were missing on the
day which is disappointing and shows room for devel-
opment on both fronts.
The C Graders had a ding dong battle with the
A strong start put us in the box seat and we edged
further ahead as the game wore on.
The Wildcats were not to be denied and battled
bravely but it was in vain as our mix of experience
and youth triumphed.
A sterner challenge awaits this week so let’s get
behind these Demonettes and hope they can forge a
path to the grand final at Rosedale.
The Senior team fought bravely to be in front all
day against the highly fancied Cougars.
Having never defeated the Churchillians in bat-
tles prior, we didn’t let history dictate terms to us and
wrote our own chapter. Let’s hope the boys can con-
tinue their winning form against the dogs this week.
Dinner is on again at The May pavilion on Thurs-
day night so get up there and enjoy the finals vibe and
a great feed!
A reminder that our vote count is on the afternoon
of the September 17 and is combined with the raffle
draw for the car, our presentation night is on Septem-
Pencil both in as these nights are important events
on our club calendar.
Congrats to Corby Sutherland who played his
200th club game on the weekend and did so in fine
Lucas Treller celebrated his 50th club game in style
as well as he booked his passage to the grand final.
This week Dave Clavarino notches his 150th club
game and we salute young Deece on a great career
and contribution to our club so far!
Alex Rodaughan and Hannah Millier did bat-
tle again last weekend in the Geelong and District
Football Netball finals series. Belmont scored a win
against Thomson and will progress to the preliminary
final next week.
The great Von Zip will celebrate his half century
Many congrats for a brilliant knock so far Baz and
let’s hope you get the ton before you’re finished.
Spring is in the air and finals fever is at full pitch.
Let’s get around our Demon boys and girls this
weekend and hope that we can continue on our win-
ROUND five of Yarram Country Club
Tuesday ladies tennis saw Lemongrass
and Lavender play some great tennis
over their opponents.
Lemongrass d Rosewood six sets 36 games to
zero sets seven games; Lavender d Sandalwood six
sets 37 games to zero sets 23 games.
Three set winners: Marg Ford, Julie Kee, Alison
Missen, Kay Belcher, Jayne Handley, Kelly Deer-
inger, Marion Shaw and Valda Handley.
Thanks to fill-ins Marg Ford, Janie Bodman, Car-
ol Ennis and Shelley Handley.
Next week is round six: Bye team is Sandalwood.
Duty team is Rosewood. Morning Tea Rosewood
• Twilight tennis
Bobcats make their way to the big one
Big wins at ladies tennis
• Yarram bowls
Summer season set to open DEMON CHATTER!
31/8/16: Leopards v
Please note anyone
needing a fill in for fi-
nals, contact committee
member thank you.
Club tennis annual
general meeting is on
Wednesday, August 31,
6pm at the club house.
A list is circulating
over finals for anyone
wanting to play next
pennant, or contact
Cheryl 0427 825 253,
Glenn 0407 505 586,
Linda 0498 109 993,
Marg 0458 683 888.
events and silver in the
100 metres freestyle.
Alice claimed three
silvers for the 16/17 year
age group 100 metres
freestyle, 200 metres
backstroke and open age
100 metres backstroke
and a bronze in the 100
metre 16/17 age group in-
Both swimmers re-
corded personnel best
times in their event.
Another local Cam
Juha is part of expert
coaching team at Traral-
gon Swimming Club and
has been instrumental in
the girls success.
Alice will return to
Ballarat in October after
being invited to attend the
Victorian Country Devel-
opment camp based on
her performances during
the long course season.
Island Motorbike track
will be humming this
weekend as the Gippsland
Central Motocross host
its annual round of events
with the junior riders on
Saturday and senior riders
Admission is free and
spectators are welcome.
Refreshments will be
available at the track.
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