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The Canowindra Phoenix

Issue 93 ISSN 1837-0136 www.canowindraphoenix.com.au Tuesday 2 February 2010


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HOME MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS Help us celebrate 100 years this February
COVERING THE CENTRAL WEST
Thurs, Fri & Saturday nights $40 for 3 courses
SPECIALISING IN RENOVATIONS and you can bring a friend for FREE

GET OUT OF THE HEAT! 56 Gaskill Street Dinner Menu


Canowindra Entrees
GREAT PRICES ON PATIOS & PERGOLAS King prawn cocktail w toasted Turkish pide
Valentine’s Spicy Cajun chicken wings w lemon & herb aioli
0411 140 252 Day Stuffed mushroom vintage cheddar, thyme & fresh tomato
Mains
BBQ Maryland of chicken marinated w lemon, honey & thyme,
LUCERNE FOODS Dinner served w Moroccan cous cous and roasted vegetables
PARTS & MACHINERY Sunday 14 February Oven baked lamb loin chops marinated with mint & rosemary,
served w mashed Dutch cream potatoes & roasted vegetables
3 courses for $39pp Roasted loin of pork stuffed w apple & sage, served w roasted
NEW DISTRIBUTORS FOR includes free bottle
of bubbly per couple
vegetables
Chargrilled sirloin served w crunchy potatoes and finished
GAS & GEAR Book now on: w mushroom and pepper gravy
Desserts
02 6344 1009 Blackboard choice
MONTHLY SPECIAL P S OLICE HUFFLE COMMUNITY TRANSPORT

50% OFF It is with regret we announce that Senior


Constable Anthony Attard will be leaving
Canowindra Police Station from
22 February. Anthony has always been
The Cabonne Community Transport
Service is funded by the Greater Western
Area Health Service to subsidise

ALL GATES BELTS community transport to people


attached to the Orange Police Station,
however he has been seconded to the experiencing difficulty in travelling to
Canowindra station for the past year. their Medical appointments.
Mill Street CANOWINDRA Acting Superintendant of Canobolas With the opening of the Waluwin Centre
Ph: 02 6344 1208 Fax: 6344 1845 Local Area Command, Anthony McLean at Molong Cabonne Community
Mobile: 0429 784 741 highly praised Anthony for his work in Transport Coordinator Mrs Margot Brown
our community, “The command has said “the service would be pleased to
appreciated all the work Anthony has assist people wishing to attend
FABRIC SALE done for us at Canowindra.”
The incidents of drink driving and break
appointments at this centre and also
other places”. Passengers will be charged
and enter offences have reduced
Up to 50% off considerably during Anthony’s time here,
a small contribution towards each trip.
Any person is eligible to use the service
working in partnership with Senior
SELECTED LINES Constable Janine Cogin to prevent crime. provided they have a need to attend a
CASH ONLY Anthony will be very missed in our medical service and are have difficulty in
community for his positive attitude and travelling to that appointment. Other
2 February - 16 February public relations skills. funding from the Home and Community
The Plague & I The Phoenix has been assured that
Canowindra will continue to have the full
Care Program provides transport to the
frail aged and people with disabilities.
complement of police staff, with SC
PATCHWORK Cogin’s role being supplemented by
The Community Transport service utilises
voluntary drivers to provide a flexible and
Cowra police sector, which includes
86 Gaskill Street Canowindra Canowindra, Gooloogong, Woodstock, responsive service. To make bookings
Eugowra and Cowra. Margot may be contacted on
02 6344 2736 1300 302 446.
Thank you and good luck Anthony!

Saturday Night CANOWINDRA GOLF CLUB


Ph: 02 6344 1342 Fax: 02 6344 2469
Antiques - Furniture
BADGE DRAW 6:30-8:30pm Household Items
NOW $3,300 must be here Feb 7: 4 Person Ambrose
to win!!! 2 nd chance
Meat raffle every Saturday night
$60 GREENKEEPERS REVENGE
Feb 14: 18 Hole Stroke Event
 S ALE 
Saturday 6 February
Sponsor: Junction Hotel
Weekday draw $100 - between 5:30-6:30pm
RESTAURANT Asian & Australian meals
9am-2pm
Lunch W-Su 11:30am-2:30pm Feb 24: Ladies opening day Upstairs at The Royal Hotel
Dinner W-Th 5-9pm F-Su 5-9:30pm
OPEN PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 02 6344 1780
8:30am shotgun start 73 Gaskill Street Canowindra
Is gambling a problem for you? For information, counselling and referral call G-Line (NSW). Free Call 1800 633 635
Jamie 0427 708 878
AFUW NAME CHANGE
The Australian Federation of University
Women have changed their name to
THE SHEARING SHED
AFGW Australian Federation of Graduate HAIR AND BEAUTY
Mobile Crutching Women to more accurately reflect their
Contract Fencing
membership, to include TAFE qualifica-
tions. Even so, all events presented by Waxing lyrically:
Contract Mustering AFGW are open for all to attend.
Mr Philip Bailey will be presenting an eve-
eyebrows $10 bikini $25
Lamb & calf marking ning of music, narrative, amusing Underarm $15 ½ leg $25
Mobile plunge dipping
anecdotes and video clips on Yehudi
Menuhin, about whom he has written a
full leg $40 BOOK NOW!
78 Gaskill Street
Contract Farm Management two part biography.
Menuhin, a truly gifted classical violinist,
Canowindra 02 6344 2800
Barclay’s Kelpies - Pups & Dogs displayed a talent for music at a very
Letter to the Editor...
0448 535 743 young age, playing the violin at the age of
four, he made his professional debut with To the grave robber,
www.barclayskelpies.com the San Francisco Symphony
Orchestra three years later. His perform-
Three time you have stolen from my husband
Mert’s grave. I hope the fate you deserve
02 6344 1117 AH ance of Beethoven's Violin Concerto at befalls you.
Carnegie Hall in 1927 sparked interna- Pat Thornhill, Sutton Street Canowindra
Luke Clarke Solicitor tional acclaim. Menuhin's debut album,
recorded at the age of 16, received the
PS If you are so desperate for pots, I will
take you to Cowra and buy you one!
wishes to advise that his practice has prestigious Prix du Disque in France.
relocated to Dubbo. The prestigious Dr Barbara Wright Post-
graduate Scholarship will also be pre- A & M LIVESTOCK TRANSPORT
sented at this dinner, valued at $4,000,
New address: awarded to an undergraduate female liv-
Suite 102, Level 1, 34 Church Street ing in the Central West who is enrolling in allansmith54@dodo.com.au
DUBBO NSW 2830 a postgraduate degree or research.
Also presented at the dinner will be the
or PO Box 996 HSC prize of $1,000 for the highest ATAR
Email: clarkelt@bigpond.net.au achieved by a girl from the Central West. Call Alby or Michelle 02 6364 2303
Telephone: (02) 6885 4136 All are invited to attend and support a
very worthwhile and interesting group. 0466 061 229
Facsimile: (02) 6884 3124
Mobile: 0428 442 114 You are invited by the AFGW-NSW
to their annual scholarship dinner
The safe custody packets held by at
Luke will remain in Canowindra and Cowra Golf Club
are currently held at Bennett &
Keogh. To access any documents, Saturday 20 February
please contact Luke at Dubbo and he 6pm for 6:30
All are welcome!
will run through the correct proce- An evening of music, narrative, amusing
dure with you. A card with Luke’s anecdotes and video clips by
new particulars can be obtained at
Bennett & Keogh, Canowindra. Philip Bailey on
Yehudi Menuhin -
Prodigy and Phenomenon
Wellness Group Cost: $40
For mind, spirit and creativeness RSVP by 15 February on 02 6342 2435
Or post your acceptance with payment to
1st & 3rd Monday of each month Mrs Maureen Knight
26 Jerula Lane Cowra 2794
10:30am to 3pm at Saving Energy & $$$ at Home
Canowindra Community Health Centre As the next heatwave hits, Country
 Bring along any craft you are Energy is finding better ways to offer
interested in doing ‘energyanswers’ advice with a support
 Tea and coffee available helpline to assist customers to manage
their energy use: 1800 363 749.
 Bring your own lunch Regional General Manager Central
Gold coin donation Western, Chas McPhail, said the service is
For more information contact: designed to provide information to help
02 6344 1314 customers lower their bills through en-
ergy efficiency measures.
“A little common sense and awareness of
The perfect time to add a high energy-consuming appliances goes
- 7/8th - 3/4 - capri -
- polo - tee - singlet -

a long way to running an energy efficient


Top or Bottom home,” Chas said.
“Using less energy can potentially save
to your wardrobe families hundreds of dollars each year, as
well as contributing to reducing the
All Summer stock carbon footprint - meaning a win-win
situation for the environment and the
½ price household budget.
Chas recommended householders also
try the interactive online energyanswers
Jeanette’s Inspiration calculator at:
68 Gaskill Street Canowindra www.countryenergy.com.au/calculator
KEEP THE BILLY BOILING!
Billican Productions is a non for profit
organisation that has been operating for
tasteCanowindra
42 Ferguson Street Canowindra
over 30 years. In that time has given away
over one million dollars to charities and Friday 5 February &
community organisations, as well as pro-
viding many laughs and entertainment to Saturday 6 February
This week’s specials thousands of people. from 6:30pm
 Pineapples $2.50ea Many people have been involved with Free wine tasting followed by
the production of Billican over the years,
 New season local golden with some of the original members still Your choice of menu
delicious apples $3.50/kg contributing to this unique group. Entrées
Prawns in garlic, ginger & sweet chilli sauce
 Local tomatoes 1kg bags $2.50 Help is now desperately needed to kick Spicy squid
off the next performance, so if your are
Phone orders: 6344 1011 interested in being part of the show or Organic lamb morrocan meat balls
Grilled Pineapple Skewers would like to lend a hand, there will be a Mains
play reading at Billimari Hall this Sunday Back strap of lamb roasted & seasoned with
1 ripe pineapple, peeled & cored 7 February at 3pm. One play from four lemon infused olive oil, rosemary
1 can coconut milk options will be chosen on the day: My Fillet of beef marinated in seeded mustard
½ cup brown sugar Giddy Aunt, Let Sleeping Wives Lie, Move Chicken seasoned with sage parsley & bay,
pinch of salt Over Mrs Markham or Wild Goose Chase. Ocean trout in coriander, chilli, ginger and
8-10 wooden skewers-soak in water For more information contact Paul Breen coconut milk
0427 102 667 or Dawn Smith 6344 3219. Desserts
Cut pineapple lengthways into 8 Lychees & icecream,
pieces and place in a shallow baking Fresh tropical fruits with cream,
tray. Creme brulee,
Cook coconut milk over a medium Sticky date pudding
heat until just warm, add brown Open Sunday 14 February
sugar and salt. Stir well until sugar
has dissolved, remove from heat. Valentine’s Day 8 -2 am pm
all inclusive price $ 45
Pour ½ coconut marinade into a dip- bookings essential
ping bowl and refrigerate. Pour the pick ups and deliveries 02 6344 2332
remaining ½ over the pineapple ~ preorders only ~
pieces and refrigerate for up to 1 hr. www.tastecanowindra.com.au
Skewer each pineapple piece, then Please order now to avoid disappointment
place on grill. Barbecue for 5-10
minutes each side basting regularly,
until the pineapple turns bright
0438 499 069
yellow and has beautiful grill marks
on every side.
Serve with refrigerated coconut
marinade (add a dash of rum for a
more grown up dessert!)
CANOWINDRA EMPLOYEES RECEIVE SERVICE AWARDS
Country Energy area manager, Allan Rice congratulated long
term Canowindra employees at the Country Energy Canowindra
Field Service Centre recently.
Three employees, who attained 10 and 20 years of service, were
acknowledged, congratulated and thanked for their dedicated
service and presented with a framed certificate and gift of
appreciation.
Allan said he was proud to be working alongside local people
who had given so much to the company and the industry.
“The Service Milestone Awards are our way of saying thank you
and recognising the experience, diversity and depth that our
employees bring to the workplace and to Country Energy’s skill
base.”
“Their wealth of skill and knowledge is transferred to others
around them and this is evidenced by the strength of our net-
work and the service levels we provide to the 1,500 plus
communities across New South Wales we live and work in.
“Our employees are the backbone of our business and are
instrumental in our continued growth and development in
strengthening regional areas” Allan said.
Live lineworker, Les Ellis was acknowledged for 10 years service
to Country Energy. Les said the best things about working for
Country Energy are the opportunities to work in the local area
and the training.
“I have been fortunate to work in the local community of
Canowindra for the whole 10 years” Les said.
“I started working for Country Energy as an apprentice line-
worker in Canowindra. When I finished that training I worked as
a lineworker and then trained to be a live lineworker. Being
offered the opportunity to complete the live lineworker
certificate was the best thing I ever did. It’s great being able to
help people, particularly during storm season when the
unpredictable weather can affect the network and we offer a 24
hour, seven day a week service to ensure the power is restored
as efficiently and safely as possible”.
Swimming Club

The Phoenix With over 90 swimmers signed up for


the 33m freestyle it was a big night for
swimming club on Friday night.

SPORT
CANOWINDRA GOLF CLUB
Twenty eight players teed off on Sunday
The Freestyle Championships were swum
and winners will be announced at
Presentation Night at the end of March.
In the spoon Olivia McNamara was the
best improver with a 3 second smashing
of her time while Kylie Dunn and Jordan
Petty took 2 seconds from their best
for the Peter and Leanne Flannery times.
sponsored 18 Hole Stableford Event. Alex Flannery, Wade Kinsela, Amelia
With Chris Kinsela carding a score of 40 Hickman, Sam Willson and Jacob
point to win. Warren Fisher was runner Pictured: Graeme Warboys, Roger Traves, Anderson sliced a second from their
up with 39 points on a countback from Rod Bevan and China times.
Harley Dicton also on 39 points. It was a neck and neck race in the final
The Business House Competition starts BOWLING CLUB
Sunday saw the Ron Warboys Memorial Pairs as Julia Wright swam a second faster
on Friday 5 February: 6 players; 6 holes than before but she was overhauled by a
for 6 weeks at $6 per player. played with the full complement of 28 teams.
Players came from Forbes, Parkes, Orange, fast-finishing Mitchell Stanley who took
Coming Events: Grenfell, Eugowra, Gooloogong, Molong, out the spoon with a personal best time
Manildra, Blayney and Cowra. of 30 seconds.
7 Feb: Greenkeepers Revenge sponsored The relay was a huge affair with 60
by the Canowindra Golf Club Winners were Rod Bevan from Molong and
China from Manildra. Runners up were Dool swimmers spread out over 6 lanes, with
14 Feb: 18 Hole Stroke - sponsor Junction lane one coming in first.
Hotel Beath and Max Baldwin. Round winners were
1: P McQueen team from Parkes; Tim Middleton, Alicia Earsman, Rohan
24 Feb: Ladies Opening day 8:30am Toole, Ellen Blair, Wesley Blair, Lucy
shotgun start 2: A Townsend team from Canowindra and
3: Mario team from Orange. Hickman, Julia Stanley, Dan Friend,
Raffle winners: fuel voucher: K Fisher; Caitlin Brand and Xavier Lynch all took
KEY CUTTING carton: P Randle; bottle of wine: R Nobes; fruit
& vege: Colleen & Speed Traves; dinner at
home winners pennants.
Now onto the Sunday Carnival, thanks to
Serves-U-Rite: Ron Cain. all those who helped, swam and
NOW AVAILABLE Saturday was the Anniversary Triples with 26 generally made it a successful day of
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65 Gaskill Street
teams playing. Winners were Allan Messiter’s
team from Cowra with runners up Barry Jones’
team from Grenfell. Round 1 winners: Phil
swimming.
Thanks to anyone who brought raffle
tickets and a special thanks to Belubula
Jones’ team from Canowindra; Round Butchery, Gaskill Greens, Canowindra
Pharmacy, the Milko for donating water
CANOWINDRA 2: Webb’s team from Canowindra and Round
3: P Davis team from Orange. and any one else who donated goods for
The weekend was the best turn out of teams the hamper.
02 6344 2760 in four years, congratulations to all the
winners and thank you to all who played.
The raffle winners were Steve Flannery,
hamper; Sue Townsend meat voucher;
The Bowling Club would like to thank all of our and Rhianna Peters meat voucher.
Canowindra Business Chamber sponsors whose names will be up in the Club Don’t forget the breaststroke champion-
meeting at the Old Vic Inn, Tuesday all week, so come and have a beer and enjoy a ships this Friday and sign up so you
game. don’t miss out!!
9 February at 6:30pm to vote on
Next weekend is the Lachlan Valley Reserve
executive committee and projects for Singles starting at 9am on both days, with the www.cowracommunitynews.com.au
the year. semis and finals to be played on the Sunday.
PUBLIC NOTICE:
RABBIT CONTROL PROGRAM
CLASSIFIEDS
STACEY’S SINGING SCHOOL CHOIR WANTED: old red clay bricks. Ring Jamie
FOR CABONNE CEMETERIES ENROLMENT DAY Monday 8th Feb 2010 on 0427 708 878
Ex-Services Club Hall Canowindra 3:30pm FOR SALE: Chef Benchline 540 stove/oven/grill
Over the next couple of weeks Cabonne - 4:30pm ages 5-16. Ph 0429 983 683
Council will be undertaking intensive $250; Torin rangehood Alpha $50; large office
rabbit control programs within FOR SALE: Pine buffet & hutch: 3 door 3 drawer desk 2mx1m $150; Dimplex portable a/c $250;
cemeteries in the Cabonne area. & 3 shelves 200Hx150Wx50D $495 ono. large 4 shelf bookcase $100; Kelvinator ‘Opal’
The program may require cemeteries to 3 piece lounge suite: 2 large and comfy chairs fridge/freezer $300; 2x2 draw filing cabinets
be closed for a day during which works & 3 seater queen size sofa bed as new $850 $50ea; sewing machine $50; 2 x evap coolers
will be completed. The temporary ono. Ph: 6344 1098 $80ea. Call Jamie on 0427 708 878
closure will ensure the safety of any FOR SALE: Kelvinator 2nd hand fridge with
visitors to the cemeteries. FOR SALE: Courier business established 25
years ideal for owner/operator. Canowindra, separate freezer above 220L good work-
Please abide by notices displayed at ing order, great 2nd fridge or suit office
cemeteries to advise of its closure for Cowra, Blayney, Bathurst return 5 days.
Profitable, easy run. Large client base ‘06 $50. Ph 02 6344 1008
the day. FOR SALE: Holden Rodeo ute KB28 6/84
Izuzu truck. 0263442280
model, good honest workhorse, rego 09/10
Save the date... $3,000 AY85KS. Ph Allan on 0429 857 575
Feb 5: Canowindra Historical Society meeting at Services Club at 2.30pm FOR SALE: Jack Russell pups, 2m & 2f $200
Feb 7: Billican Productions @ Billimari Hall 3pm play reading for new show ono. Ph Di on 02 6344 1202
Feb 9: Canowindra Business Chamber meeting 6:30pm at the Old Vic Inn FOR SALE: Budgies $10 each all colours.
Feb 20: AFGW Present Yehudi Menuhin at the Cowra Golf Club 6:30pm $40 RSVP 50 Waddell Street 0427 943 342
Maureen Knight 02 6342 2435 by Feb 15 POSITION VACANT Experienced, outgoing
Feb 27: Di Bird - Ray Aldridge - Ed Gaston 7pm @ taste Canowindra. $75 includes DJ for local area. Computers & electronics
free wine tasting 3 course meal & show bookings essential 02 6344 2332 experience, driver’s licence and own vehi-
cle essential. Work mostly on weekends at
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