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From Lucerne to Lyndon – A Historical Masterpiece Presently, there is a historical masterpiece sitting right here in Canowindra and unfortunately, not all of us have seen it. Lyndon House, or ‘Lucerne’ as it was once known, was built by Andrew Purcell in the 1920’s and showcases amazing 1920’s art deco in the finest detail. The house itself covers three blocks, and is the largest single story house in Canowindra. A mansion to outshine all mansions, the ‘lucerne king’ spared no expense when building this palatial home, decking the walls out with expensive wood panelling and a different decorative ceiling in each room. The name ‘Lucerne,’ which is still clearly inscribed in tiles on the front doorstep (inset), came from Andrew’s successful Lucerne flat enterprise. During the Depression, Andrew was bankrupted and vacated the house, leaving

it empty for a period of time. The Salvation Army purchased the house, and renamed it ‘Lyndon’ in the early 1940’s. The house was transformed into an orphanage for girls. Elaine Colgate, a Psychiatric Nurse, then purchased the house from the Salvation Army in the late 1970’s and provided services for intellectually disabled people. This allowed them to be integrated with the community. These services then branched out and welcomed people who were suffering from drug and alcohol abuse and the house is presently a Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre. Lyndon House will be open this Saturday 30th November from 11-2pm to the general public to come and view the house. Why not come along, enjoy a BBQ and learn about this historical masterpiece right here in Canowindra.


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Letters phone l (02) 6344 1846 email l or web l Street Address 65 Gaskill Street Canowindra NSW 2804 Postal Address PO Box 251 Canowindra NSW 2804 Editorial Jessica Jenkins | Reporter Advertising Dannielle Jenkins | Advertising Advertising Deadline Monday 10am if you require design Monday 3pm for pre-designed ads Editorial Deadline | Monday 3pm

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Make Cabonne Communities Count! Canowindra residents have until next Monday (2 December) to return the Make Cabonne Communities Count survey if they have not already done so. “A little under 190 Canowindra residents have completed the survey, which is about half the completion rate of Molong, so obviously we would like as many Canowindra responses as possible before next Monday.” Survey forms were mailed to all ratepayers in October and further forms can be obtained from the Canowindra Business Chamber or by calling Council on 6392 3200. The survey may also be completed online by visiting the Council’s website

Dear Editor

Publisher’s Thank you

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the loyal readers and advertisers of The Canowindra Phoenix for their kind words of support and encouragement on our first issue. We have received some constructive feedback, and will look to accommodate some of these changes over the next few weeks. We are committed to the Canowindra community, but will always be inclusive of others. We look forward to your continued support and contribution to The Canowindra Phoenix.

This week (November 25 – 29) is Asbestos Awareness Week and, with wild weather and fires sweeping parts of our state, it is a timely reminder that this deadly material is still present in our communities – in many of our homes, sheds and other structures. In fact, it is estimated that 1 in 3 Australian homes still contain asbestos-based materials. Asbestos is particularly dangerous when it has been disturbed and the fibres are loose. If you are involved in the clean-up of any materials and you suspect asbestos may be present, be extremely careful and contact local authorities immediately. Some people suffer no effects from asbestos exposure, while for others a single exposure can trigger disease.

Have your say... Have your say on the issues that affect you and your community. To submit a letter to the Editor email us at or mail us at PO Box 251 Canowindra NSW 2804. The opinions and views of readers submitting Letters to the Editor are not necessarily the views of the staff and Management of The Canowindra Phoenix.

Joanne Wade Slater & Gordon Lawyers

Thumbs Up Thumbs Down THUMBS UP The Central West Women’s Bowling Association for raising $230 for the Fitness Path!


The crazed motorist who overtook a speeding B-double truck on a bend of a highway to Cowra and came within a half-second, I swear, of annihilating my wife and I!

Thumbs Up Thumbs Down is your chance to have your say. Malicious or defamatory submissions will not be accepted. Contributors will not be identified. Email us at or mail us at PO Box 251 Canowindra NSW 2804.


IGA boys for growing their Mo’s for Movember!

Lawrence’s WEEKLY SPECIALS... Cool down with Peters Ice Cream varieties $3.99 Pepsi 1.25 Litre varieties 99c – that’s half price! Great xmas gift idea – Cadbury Favourites $5.35 50% off Sakata Rice Crackers Varieties $1.16 Mon - Fri 7.30am - 6pm Sat - Sun 8am - 4pm


To the driver speeding in a 40km/h zone at Canowindra Public School on Tuesday, having to swerve to avoid hitting a child on the road!

CANOWINDRA SERVICES & CITIZENS CLUB LTD Club Open 7 Days | Mon – Wed from 11am, Thurs – Sun from 10am

For the information of members & their invited guests

Members Badge Draw Friday 29th November 1st draw $1000 - 2nd draw $1000 3rd draw $400 Last week’s members draw... Barry Gavin, Paul Jeffress, Peter Watt, Teena Wensley

Club shuts at 11pm Saturday 30th due to town blackout

Next Monster Market Night 20th December

Kids Christmas Party 20th December

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Snippets... Looking for something to do this weekend with the kids? Why not take them along to the Canowindra Arty Kids Drawing Workshop on Saturday 30th Nov from 9-12. Heather Vallance, a local artist, will be hosting workshops for $25 for children aged 7+ at the CWA Hall in Canowindra. Lions Club Grocery Grab winner was won by Sue Vitnell, ticket number 723 drawn by Steve Lusby from Bathurst. Bowling Club Market Night Barrel Draw will be held on Friday the 29th November. The raffle commences at 6pm.Be there! Woodstock rocks! – The Woodstock Festival was a success this year and apparently the biggest one yet. The crowd thought it was a great atmosphere and the music was top-class. They look forward to attending next year. Australian Hearing will be conducting a free hearing clinic on Thursday 19th December at the HACC office. Bookings are essential, contact HACC on 6344199. Congratulations to the year 12 students who have gained early admission into Charles Sturt University; Rachel Pace, Stewart Russell and Haydon White.

Josh Maynard at Taste Canowindra over the weekend.

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Homegrown Talent Josh Maynard is a remarkable 16-year-old singing guitarist who performed in public for the first time in April at the Cowra Home Grown, and won! Born and bred in Cowra, Josh performs at Taste Canowindra each month as a part of the Folk@Canowindra. Josh has also performed at many talent quests including Henry Lawson, Canowindra Busking Competition and Parkes Country Music Festival, aways placing either first or second. “I have been playing the guitar and singing for about three years, and really enjoy playing at Taste Canowindra as I can play my style of music, which varies between the country and pop/soul genre.” His inspirations have been very vast but states that he has been heavily influenced by his father and other pop/soul artists. “My father was a huge inspiration to me. Shane Howard heavily influenced my style of music as I believe he is one of the best Australian song writers. I also enjoy modern pop/soul artists like Adele, Jason Mraz and Ed Sheeran.” Josh’s future aspirations are uncertain at this point but he would like to attend university and integrate music into anything he does. He would also like to see this small country region provide more opportunities for young people to perform.

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Canowindra artists “Stand & Deliver” for Art Exhibition The Bushranger Committee would like to thank the Artists and School Students who participated in the recent “Stand and Deliver” Art Exhibition, as well as all the people who took the time to vote for their favourite painting. Winner of the People’s Choice was local artist David Isbester who received $500. Winner of the Junior People’s Choice for St Edward’s was Michael McNamara, and for Canowindra Primary School was Josie Mitchell. Ryan McKenzie also received an Encouragement Award – Congratulations to all! Also a huge thankyou to Catherine O’Brien at the River Bank Gallery for organizing and displaying the paintings. All money raised will go towards the Fitness Path Project!

Graham Rice presenting the $500 prize to local artist David Isbester.


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stay safe

It won’t be long until the kids are on summer holidays and, for many families, that means plenty of driving to visit friends and family. Whether you are heading to the coast, out on a day trip to the dam or packing up the house and family to visit the in-laws at Christmas, it helps to be prepared. You are not only ensuring the safety of your family, but other travellers who share the road. To ensure you get to your destinations, here are some must-have safety tips! Prepare your car- have it serviced and checked with a spare tyre handy, no one wants the hassle of a break down.Also make sure the car is fully insured in case of an unwanted accident. Remember double demerits – Do not speed, it’s not worth the accident or the hefty fine Be rested before a long drive – plan the trip wisely and share the driving and take breaks every 2 hours to avoid fatigue.

Keep mobile phones charged – so if something does happen, you can call emergency services, but do not use them while driving! Keep a map or GPS handy and stick to the roads you know or main highways to avoid getting lost. Do not advertise that you’re going on holidays to the general public or on social media, as this encourages break and enters. Be prepared - Always carry the basic first aid kit on you, just in case Carry water and oil in the car at all times, you never know when you might need them Keep restrained pets and everyone in the car, including children, for everybody’s safety NRMA estimates the busiest times to be the last day of school; 20th December, two days before Christmas 23rd, day after boxing day 27th along with January 4th. Otherwise – Enjoy your holiday!

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Sweet Corn 5 for $2 Broccoli $2.80 per kg Pink Lady Apples $2 per kg Desiree Potatoes $2.50 per kg


Creamy Potato Salad with Herbs 3kg Desiree Potatoes 1 cup Sour Cream 1 cup Whole Egg Mayonnaise ¼ cup dill ¼ cup continental parsley 1 garlic clove 2 Tbs Mint 1 Tbs Dijon Mustard 1 Tbs Lemon Juice 4 green shallotts Salt and Pepper

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Bring the potatoes to boil over high heat and cook for 15-20mins, drain & set aside, cut into halves or quarters. Whisk together the sour cream, mayonnaise, dill, parsley, garlic, mint, mustard, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Place the potatoes and green shallots in a large serving bowl, spoon dressing over the potatoes and gently toss.

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At Weld X Fabrications, Ben can do all your general welding & fabricating. He will also make custom ute trays and trailers, tailored to suit your needs. He can weld steel, stainless steel and aluminium. He can even fold your sheet metal jobs! Ben is great at what he does and takes a lot of pride in the product he produces.

Where do you work? ‘Cudal and ‘Avondale’ Cargo What do you farm? Sheep, Angus cattle and wheat, canola and barley What do you like about farming? Its always evolving with new ideas, techniques and technology. I am lucky to have the opportunity to work with my brother Murray and father Des and involve the kids in what I do. What is your nickname? Comb Over What do you like to do when you knock off work? Have a beer and catch up with my mates. What is your favourite food? Swiss cheese and crumbed cutlets What is your favourite pub in the area? The Cargo Inn What sporting team do you support? The Waratahs and the Wallabies What is your favourite holiday destination? Anywhere with a beach. The last few years we have headed to Noosa. Is it true that women in the country find bald men attractive? Not particularly

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WHAT’S Hot 1. Surprise new delivery of Jimmy Jean party dresses, hot summer tees & pretty Morroccan printed tunics. Jimmy fans, be quick! 2. LouenHide is a name every husband and boyfriend needs to know. Gorgeous handbags, belts and purses make the perfect fail safe gift for her. 3. Christmas CAKE anyone? Cool blouses, tunics and dresses by Cake make the perfect Christmas Day outfit. 100% cotton, and plenty of room for that big christmas lunch! 4. Play it even safer with a Saffi Gift Certificate decide the value. 5. When it’s all done and dusted head to the beach or pool in a dreamy Namastai crushed cotton dress or tunic.

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BE Seen

Last day of ladies competition for the year. Winner on the day was golf, and good times had by all

Jess Beckett and Canowindra’s Karen Webb enjoying the Woodstock Music Festival over the weekend.

WHAT’S On 28 NOV Waxing | Tinting | Mani’s & Pedi’s Facials | Massage | Gift Vouchers Just in time for summer Eco Tan $35 Wed - Fri 10-5 | Sat 9-12 Late appointments available upon request

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Depression & Anxiety Awareness Group Meeting @ Canowindra Health Centre at1pm Canowindra Food Basket @ Uniting Church Hall from 9.30am Yoga @ CWA Hall, 9.45am-10.45am, Contact: Yoveda – Robyn Lynch 63411817 Bowling Club Market Night @ Canowindra Bowling Club from 6pm Arty Kids Drawing Workshop @ CWA Hall, 9am-12pm, $25 includes snacks and materials, contact: Ash Wright 0427 448480 Lyndon House Open Day, 11-2pm. Come along and enjoy a BBQ and learn more about this historical masterpiece. Toy Run & Toy Market @ Molong RSL, Riddle Street Molong 12noon, Call 6366 8105 for details. Fairbridge Farm Exhibit @ Molong Historical Museum 12.30pm Canowindra Community Bank Stall @ Gaskill Street, 3-5pm Carols in the Park @ Moyne, 7pm. Free sausage sizzle. Canowindra Christmas Carols Celebration @ All Saints Anglican Church from 5pm. Historical Society Christmas Luncheon @ Old Vic Inn from 12pm. $25. Bookings essential. Call Muriel Yell 6344 1916.

Cowra Christmas Night Market

The Cowra Christmas Night Market is set to be a success once again, with the committee lining up local songstress SAMI, who will perform as the headline act. SAMI is a stunning vocalist, who has gained popularity and a strong following in Cowra for her vivacious on stage persona and her love of life and music offstage. The organising committee are also currently gathering entertainers and buskers for the Market, and they’re on the hunt for some local talent! If you are a local singer, entertainer, musician, actor, dancer…or just anyone who can draw a crowd, please contact the Event Manager at the Cowra Tourism Corporation on 6342 4333 or email au. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be part of a great community event and generate some much loved Christmas cheer!

Canowindra Christmas Day Luncheon Will you be alone this Christmas? Will your family members or friends be away? Come along and celebrate Christmas Lunch among friends within our community. Everyone is welcome to join in with this community gathering! This year the ‘Canowindra Christmas Day Luncheon’ will be held at the Bowling Club, located in Ryall Street. A two course meal, cold drinks, tea, coffee and Christmas music will be provided along with great company in an excellent venue providing disability access and facilities. Bookings can be made at Canowindra Food Basket, Vinnie’s, or Canowindra Health Centre. For catering purposes please Book by Thursday the 19th December 2013. If you would like to be part of the Planning Committee, to assist on the day, to book or for further information please contact Marion ph: 63441716 or Libby ph: 63441983.

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Nuwave of Energy Saving Solutions Want to know how to cool your house this summer without the chilling bill? Energy consumption is one of the major costs of running a home and business, and it doesn’t have to be. Nuwave Lighting Solutions can provide tailored solutions to save up to 80% of your energy expenses! Whether you own a large factory, a small shopfront or a private home, Nuwave Lighting Solutions offers energy efficient lighting throughout the Central West and ACT. “Our breakthrough solutions are for people who would like to cut down their electricity bills, whilst also being mindful of the environment.” Owner,

Sam Canning said. Nuwave Lighting Solutions offer expert advice on energy solutions for your home or your business. They also conduct home energy audits and provide energy efficient lighting and devices and can conduct bill optimisation to make sure you are getting the best deal. Give Sam a call today on 6361 2474 to find out how you can help the environment, lower your maintenance costs and save money on your electricity bill!

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Tailgating the fit ladies The Four Fit Ladies set off on their adventure last Tuesday, ready for their journey from Vietnam to Cambodia which would see them ride 300 km through hills, humid weather, muddy tracks, sugar canes and rice paddies. Even though the ladies were challenged by sore bums and aching muscles, no one showed signs of giving up. The ladies have experienced the unique landscape of Cambodia, describing it as a lush paradise of green salts and rice fields, with beautiful families who have cheered them on. But the “beauty” was brief, after they encountered muddy roads, flat tyres, stacks, steep inclines and a semi-wild elephant! However, the ladies were rewarded with some Cambodian coastal beauty as they rode into the seaside town of Sihanoukville, and were thrilled to dive into their hotel pool. The ladies have now completed their ride, and are enjoying much earned rest, whilst taking in the beautiful surroundings. “We are very proud of ourselves and each other, and want to thank those that have supported us along the way. The sweat, the tears and the muscle aches were all worth it.” Jane said.

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Canowindra Sport Canowindra’s Little Show Pony

Charlotte Jacobson competed in the ESH Show Championships in Sydney and won champion for Junior Handler under 12 years and Champion for Show Pony ridden by Youth, congratulations Charlotte!

Canowindra knocks out Kumiai Ryu Championships

Congratulations is in order for three Canowindra residents who won medals at the National Kumiai Ryu Championships in Cowra last Saturday. Declan Hillier received a silver medal for under 13’s for continuous sparring. Logan Howell won a gold medal in Kata Presentation, gold in Point Sparring and bronze in Continuous Sparring. Dakota Howell won a gold medal in Continuous Sparring and a silver medal in Point Sparring. Well done!

Canowindra Women’s Bowls Results

Match - 12th November Consistency Final – Colleen Crump defeated Moyna Rue Rose Bowl Semi – Sheryn O’Malveney defeated Daph Bryant Match 16th November Rose Bowl Semi – Colleen Crump defeated Maureen Baille Match 19th November Rose Bowl Final – Colleen Crump defeated Sheryn O’Malveney Ladies Xmas Party and Presentation – 10th December, please bring gift to the value of $10. Proceeds go to the Fitness Path.

Canowindra Senior Rugby Football Presentation Results

Canowindra Senior League held their Presentation Night at the Canowindra Services Club on the 9th November with President Ken Wilson as MC for the the night. Awards went to: Brenton Woolley and Aaron Earsman David Cooper Memorial Trophy for Most

Tackles Defensive Award Nick Wilson and Brenton Woolley – Equal Players Player for 1st Grade Matt McLean, Harry Whatman, Phil and Luke Tarrant – Best and Fairest for Youth League Brenton Woolley and Barry Traves – Club Player of the year Brenton Woolley- Josh Lynch Medal for Best and Fairest, equal Players Player, equal David Cooper, Most Tackles Defensive Award, 100% participation and Club Player of the year Nick Wilson - Josh Lynch Medal runner up for Best and Fairest, Rookie, equal Most Tries, equal Players Player and 100% Participation Alex Wilson - Youth Leagues Players Player and 100% Participation Ashley McLean - League Tag Most Improved AGM is on Sunday the 8th December at 2pm at the Canowindra Services Club

Canowindra Tigers Roar for the 2014 Season!

Canowindra Junior League Football Club held it’s AGM on the 14th for October to appoint a committee to oversee the upcoming 2014 season. The 2014 committee consists of; President Raelene Warn; Senior Vice President Colin Tangye; Junior Vice President Sandra Smith; Registrar Jeaneen Reid; Publicity Officer Kathy Davis; Canteen Manager Katrina Slattery. Congratulations and good luck to our 2014 committee! Vacancies still exist on the committee and if you are interested please feel free to contact members of the committee.

Canowindra Touch Football Draw

2nd December 6.30 – Rat Pack vs. Wildcats, Central Motors vs. Cranbury, Heelers vs. Rivers Road 7.15 – Fire Brigade vs. Dude’s Team, Bowling Club vs. S&S Carpentry

Community Notices All welcome Sunday, December 1st, 3pm @ CWA Hall Canowindra. A message of HOPE, WORSHIP and HEALING PRAYER. Call Rob Newton at Grenfell Family Church (02) 6343 2396 Mass Times for the Parish of St Edwards Catholic Church of Canowindra Saturday 30th November 6.00pm Cargo 6.00pm Cudal Sunday 1st December 10.00am Canowindra

6.00pm Eugowra Church Times for the Cooperating Anglican and United Churches of Canowindra Sunday 1 December – ADVENT SUNDAY 8 am at St Matthew’s Anglican Church Woodstock 9.30am at All Saints’ Anglican Church Canowindra 11.15am at Cranbury Uniting Church Thursday 5 December 10am Holy Communion at Peace Memorial Uniting Church Canowindra



SPECIALS Friday Night Happy Hour 5 - 7pm $4 Schooners $3 Middies Come and enjoy an ice cold beer at the Canowindra! Feedlot Restaurant open Tues-Sat 12-2 and 6-8 Sunday 12-2 Pizzas available at bar all the time. Now taking bookings for Christmas 6344 1407

Classifieds Pride of Oak – Tablelands Premier Meats now taking orders for Christmas lamb. Home delivery available. Call Stephen 0447 712 370 FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS. Gas Fitter, LPGas, personal Service. Blocked drains cleared. Call Tony 0438 906 125. Canowindra and districts. L/NO: 1456 Wanted: suitable paddock for horse. Does not require feed as will be hand fed. Canowindra area. Phone 0438 602 984 Work wanted. Driver – HC MC Licence. Good RTA printout. Pass Medical. 0407 044 436. Sheep manure and lucerne hay mix. Perfect for your garden. $50 for trailer load. Can assist with loading. Call 6344 1653.


GARAGE SALE 9am – 1pm on Saturday 14th Dec Tilga Street below the Swimming Pool. Sausage sizzle & cool drinks. Garden Seats, Office Desk, Tabes, Toys, Odds & Sods. Orders taken.

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