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Wednesday, March 08, 2006

BREAM CREEK SHOW SOCIETY INC

BREAM CREEK SHOW SOCIETY INC
105th Annual Show — 18 March 2006
Hall of Industries Schedule
www.breamcreekshow.com.au
1. Show open to all; exceptions specified.
2. Entry form to be completed and mailed to Entries Secretary
no later than 11 March 2006. Section and class of each
entry to be listed individually with name, address, telephone
of exhibitor. Exhibits to be delivered to show pavilion
between 3 and 6 pm on Friday 17 March or no later than
9 am on show day. NO EXCEPTIONS!!
3. Entries prior to 11 March free of charge. Entries after 11
March 50 cents each item.
4. A label will be supplied for each exhibit and must be
attached. Unused labels must be returned to the stewards
prior to 8:45 am.
5. No single item to be entered in 2 classes, unless specified in
schedule.
6. No more than 2 items per person to be entered in each class.
7. First prize $5, second prize $2, third prize $1, except where
otherwise stated. Section prizes awarded on a highest points
basis: 9 points 1st, 6 points 2nd, 3 points 3rd and 1 point for
every other entry.
8. The judges may award prizes of less value than those fixed
by the committee, or may withhold them altogether if they
do not consider the exhibit worthy.
9. Any protest entered must be lodged before 3:45 pm with
Secretary and must be accompanied by one-third value of
prize and if deemed frivolous will be forfeited.
SECTION A - COOKERY
Section sponsored by DUNALLEY BAKERY. Memorial
Trophy for Inexpensive Fruitcake – Class 32 sponsored by
MESDAMES SPAULDING, SPAULDING AND DUGGAN.
Decorated cake – Class 30 sponsored by CORYULE CAKE
DECORATING.
Rules & Regulations
1. All items must be exhibitor’s own work.
2. All entries to be on white paper/plastic plates, small if
possible.
3. One Person’s Exhibit (see general rule 15): entrants must
indicate section and class on entry form.
4. Classes 30 and 31 are judged on appearance only.
COOKERY - Class
1. Loaf white bread.
2. Loaf wholemeal bread.
3. Bread-machine Loaf (white).
4. Plain scones (4).
5. Sweet sultana scones (4).
6. Shortbread (4).
7. Raspberry shortbread (4).
8. Plate meringues (4).
9. Muesli slice (4 pieces).
10. Anzacs (4).
11. Kiss biscuits (4, iced and jam filled).
12. Rock cakes (4).
13. Lamington cakes (4).
10. The decision of the judges shall in all cases be final.
11. The stamped entry form must be produced as proof of
identification before exhibits may be collected between 4 -
4:30 pm. Goods disposed of after 5 pm. No responsibility
taken. Section Trophies must be collected from the Chief
Steward.
12. All exhibitors must pay at the gate.
13. An exhibitor winning the same section for 5 consecutive
years will qualify for a special trophy (commenced
Bicentennial Show 1988).
14. JM DUNBABIN TROPHY for Highest Overall Aggregate
points.
15. ONE PERSON’S EXHIBIT sponsored by MR S WILSON
for a collection, one from each of the following sections: A,
E and F / Cookery, Home Industries and Flowers. Section
and class to be marked on the Entry Form.
16. All postal entries to the Entries Secretary (see above).
17. All exhibits sent by bus to: Entries Secretary c/o Copping
Roadhouse, Copping.
Please make all cheques / money orders payable to the Bream
Creek Show Society.
FAMILY MEMBERSHIP $20 — INCLUDES 2 ADULTS AND 4
CHILDREN AND ACCESS TO MEMBERS CAR PARK.
14. Cream puffs (4 unfilled)
15. Sausage rolls (4) (puff pastry).
16. Apple pie (puff pastry).
17. Old fashioned sponge cake.
18. Victoria cake (with 4 oz butter and raspberry jam filling).
19. Chocolate cake (iced).
20. Orange cake (in oblong tin and iced).
21. Sultana cake (un-iced).
22. Sponge sandwich, without butter, cream filling (un-iced).
23. Chocolate sponge, cream, filled and iced.
24. Banana cake.
25. Boiled fruitcake.
26. Plum pudding.
27. Carrot cake.
28. Marshmallow meringue (unfilled).
29. Cheesecake.
30. Decorated cake (Coryule Cake Decorating).
31. Novelty cake.
32. Inexpensive fruit cake, made from the following recipe:
6 oz butter, 2 teaspoons vinegar, ½ teaspoon almond essence,
1 teaspoon vanilla essence, 10 oz flour, 1egg, 1 cup sugar, ½
lb fruit, 1 cup milk with 1 teaspoon soda dissolved in it.
Cream butter and sugar, add egg, vinegar and fruit, then flour
and milk alternatively. Bake moderate oven 1½ hours.
33. Collection of cakes: plain, sultana and chocolate sponge.
To be one person exhibit only.
First prize $10, second prize $5, third prize $2.50.
Geoff Uebergang
President
Ph: 6253 5603
Fax: 6265 3495
Mob: 0427 876 877
Maria Woolley
Entries Secretary
406 Kellevie Road
KELLEVIE 7176
Ph: 6253 5183
Fax: 6253 5187
SECTION B - HANDCRAFTS
Section sponsored by SORELL DEPARTMENT STORE for
Knitting, ELIZABETH SEWING CENTRE for Crocheting and
POSSUM PATCH for Needlework.
Rules & Regulations
1. All items must be exhibitor’s own work.
2. Where possible label must be attached securely on articles.
3. An exhibit, which has won a prize at a previous Bream
Creek Show, may not be entered again.
KNITTING - Class (Machine-made bands allowed).
1. Adult hand knitted article (8 ply and over).
2. Lady’s hand-knitted jumper (8 ply).
3. Child’s hand-knitted jumper or cardigan (8 ply).
4. Baby’s hand-knitted jumper or cardigan (3 - 4 Ply).
5. Baby’s hand-knitted layette.
6. Baby’s hand-knitted vest (3 – 4 ply).
7. Baby’s hand-knitted bootees.
8. Hand-knitted matinee jacket.
9. Baby’s hand-knitted dress.
10. Knitted toy.
11. Doll dressed in knitwear.
12. Open class - any other knitted article.
CROCHET - Class
13. Lady’s jacket or top - knitted bands allowed.
14. Rug.
15. Baby’s dress.
16. Tea cosy.
17. Baby’s three-piece set.
SECTION C - ART AND CRAFT
Art section sponsored by YAXLEY ESTATE.
Craft section sponsored by POTTERS CROFT.
Rules & Regulations
1. All items must be your own work, and no more than 3 years
old.
2. An exhibit, which has won a prize at a previous Bream
Creek Show, may not be entered again.
ART - Class
1. Water colour painting.
2. Oil painting.
3. Acrylic painting - landscape.
4. Acrylic painting - any other subject.
5. Still life – any media.
6. Drawing - any media.
SECTION D - PHOTOGRAPHY
Section sponsored by BANGOR LANDCARE. Encouragement
Award sponsored by IAN & JENI COOK of DUNALLEY POST
OFFICE. Best overall photo sponsored by DEVIL’S KITCHEN
CAFÉ.
Rules & Regulations
1. All items must be your own work and no more than 3 years
old.
2. An exhibit, which has won a prize at a previous Bream
Creek Show, may not be entered again.
3. Maximum of 2 entries per person per class.
4. Each entry to be 1 colour or black/white photograph
mounted on A5 black cardboard (148mm x 210mm) except
classes 14, 15, 16 “collection of 4” which must be mounted
on A3 black cardboard (297mm x 420mm).
PHOTOGRAPHY—Class
1. Animals - domestic.
2. Wildlife - no manmade objects in photo.
SECTION E - HOME INDUSTRIES
Section sponsored by A & P GRAY, FULHAM.
Rules & Regulations
1. All items to be your own work, and no more than 3 years old.
2. Class number label to be on jar and on cover.
3. All entries to be named.
4. One Person’s Exhibit (see general rule 15) entrants must
indicate section and class on entry form.
18. Baby’s jacket (3 - 4 ply).
19. Cotton tray cloth, table centre or place mat.
20. Coat hanger in nylon ribbon.
21. Crocheted toy.
22. Doll dressed in crochet.
23. Novelty article.
24. Open class — any other crocheted article.
NEEDLEWORK - Class
25. Adult blouse, dress or shirt - any material, machine made.
26. Child’s dress (up to 8 years) cotton/similar, machine made.
27. Machine-made apron.
28. Any other machine-made article.
29. Article of machine patchwork.
30. Article of hand patchwork.
31. Hand and machine made patchwork.
32. Hand embroidered article.
33. Article in cross-stitch.
34. Smocked article.
35. Soft toy - any material.
36. Material made doll and dressed.
37. Novelty article using approx 1 metre of fabric.
38. Wool tapestry.
39. Article of hand appliqué.
40. Long stitch tapestry.
41. Novelty coat hanger.
42. Teddy bear.
43. Open class for stretch fabrics.
44. Open class - any other article.
7. Charcoal sketch.
8. Open class - any other media or subject.
CRAFT - Class
9. Scrapbooking – 1 twin page.
10. Doll sculpting - needle/clay.
11. Hand or wheel potteries.
12. Article in wood.
13. Article in metal.
14. Article in folk art.
15. Quilling.
16. Basketry - woven from natural fibre.
17. Article in latch-hook.
18. Punch needle rug hooking.
19. Useful article made from recycled materials.
20. Greeting Cards – collection of 3.
21. Open class - any other article.
3. Birds.
4. Seascape.
5. Landscape.
6. Scenic.
7. Rural.
8. Flora.
9. Historical.
10. Portrait - adult.
11. Portrait - child.
12. Portrait - black/white.
13. Humorous.
14. Collection of 4 with an Australian theme.
15. Collection of 4 with a marine theme.
16. Collection of 4 with a floral theme.
17. Panoramic – open (standard size 200mm x 150mm).
18. Digital – printed at home.
19. Open class.
HOME INDUSTRIES - Class
1. Collection of jams (4 varieties).
2. Fruit jelly.
3. Plum jam.
4. Marmalade.
5. Apricot jam.
6. Raspberry jam.
7. Strawberry jam.
8. Blackberry jam.
9. Cherry jam.
10. Any other jam – to be named on the jar..
11. Preserved fruit in syrup (bottle) must be Tasmanian grown.
12. Coconut ice.
13. Rum balls.
14. Any other home made sweets.
15. Chocolate sauce.
16. Raspberry sauce.
17. Bottle of tomato sauce.
SECTION F - FLOWERS
Section sponsored by THE BIGNELL FAMILY.
Rules & Regulations
1. Flowers must be grown by exhibitor, except in Floral Art.
2. Cut flowers must have own foliage and will be judged on
quality and freshness of bloom.
3. Arrangement to be 1 ½ times height of vase.
4. To use appropriate size containers, in proportion, to create
balance and harmony; no jars or bottles.
5. Floral aids can be used to support arrangement, in Floral
Art.
6. One Person’s Exhibit (see general rule 15): entrants must
indicate section and class on entry form.
CUT FLOWERS - Class
1. Container of fuchsias.
2. Container of hydrangeas.
3. Container of easter daisies.
4. Container of gladioli.
5. Container of dahlias.
6. Container of flowers, any other, one variety.
SECTION G - FRUIT
Section sponsored by GUM NUT FRUIT & VEGETABLES .
Rules & Regulations
1. All items to be grown by exhibitor.
2. All fruit to be judged on commercial value with stalks
attached.
3. There must be the correct number of items on plate per
class.
FRUIT - Class
1. Collection of apples (3 varieties, 3 of each).
2. Golden Delicious (3).
3. Red Delicious (3).
4. Jonathans (3).
5. Cox’s Orange Pippin (3).
6. Granny Smiths (3).
SECTION H - VEGETABLES
Section sponsored by MRS D JACOBSON & DAUGHTERS
as a memorial to MRS GWEN JACOBSON.
DW KINGSTON MEMORIAL Heaviest Pumpkin
Competition.
Rules & Regulations
1. All items must be grown by exhibitor.
2. In classes 1 and 2 exotic vegetables to be named.
VEGETABLES - Class
1. Collection of vegetables.
2. Newcomer’s vegetable collection. To be in cardboard box
approx. 45cm x 35cm x 20cm deep.
3. ½ case potatoes (white skin).
4. ½ case potatoes (coloured skin).
5. Largest potato.
6. Carrots - baby variety (4).
7. Carrots - long variety (4).
8. Carrots - short variety (4).
9. Largest carrot.
10. Brown onions (4).
11. White onions (4).
12. Largest onion.
18. Jar of tomato relish.
19. Bottle of chilli sauce.
20. Any other variety of relish or sauce.
21. Jar of pickles.
22. Pesto or tapenades.
23. Any variety of pickled vegetable.
24. 6 brown hen eggs – in egg carton.
25. 6 white hen eggs – in egg carton.
26. Any other variety of 6 eggs – in egg carton.
27. Jar of salad dressing/oils.
7. Container of Australian natives.
8. Container of geraniums/pelargoniums.
9. Container of herbs.
10. Best overall flowers – chosen from Classes 1 – 9 winners.
FLORAL ART - Class
11. Miniature arrangement (min 7.5cm, max 13.0 cm).
12. Christmas arrangement.
13. Arranged container of foliage.
14. Arranged container of flowers (under 30cm high).
15. Arrangement of flowers, fruit and foliage – proportion in
the order stated.
16. Mantle arrangement (frontal effect).
17. Arrangement in unusual container.
18. Creative design using 1 flower and container (foliage
allowed, but no accessories ie stones).
19. Creative design using 3 flowers and container (foliage
allowed, but no accessories).
20. Basket of flowers (no berries, but foliage allowed).
21. Dried arrangement (natural colouring).
22. Posy.
7. Fuji (3).
8. Matsu (3).
9. Democrats (3).
10. Apples, any other variety (to be named) (3).
11. Largest apple.
12. Collection of pears (3 varieties, 3 of each).
13. Packhams (3).
14. Pears, any other variety (to be named) (3).
15. Passionfruit (3).
16. Nuts (dried - to be named) (5).
17. Lemons (3).
18. Punnet of berries.
19. Plums (any variety) (3).
20. Any other stone fruit (3).
21. Any other fruit (3).
13. Parsnips (4).
14. Zucchini (2).
15. Marrow.
16. Pumpkin - yellow.
17. Pumpkin - grey.
18. Pumpkin - green.
19. Pumpkin heaviest (DW Kingston Memorial Challenge).
20. Pumpkin heaviest (grown by 10 – 16 year old).
21. Tomatoes - bush (4).
22. Tomatoes - stake (4).
23. Cherry tomatoes (punnet).
24. Beetroot - round (4).
25. Sweet corn (4).
26. Lettuce.
27. Cauliflower.
28. Cabbage.
29. Silverbeet (4 stalks).
30. Runner beans (250g).
31. Rhubarb (4 stalks).
32. Freakiest vegetable.
33. Any other variety of vegetable.
SECTION I - WINE & BEVERAGES
Section sponsored by SORELL WINE CELLARS.
Rules & Regulations
1. All entries must be made by the exhibitor.
2. Permanent labels to show only type of fruit or vegetable
from which it is made, and vintage.
3. Syrups in Class 8 must be mixed to drinking consistency
and must be named.
4. All entries to be named.
WINE - Class
1. White grape.
SECTION J - JUNIOR EXHIBITS (up to 12 years)
Infant Section sponsored by MICHAEL & JELIENA
WALKER.
Primary Section sponsored by SORELL AMCAL CHEMIST.
One Person’s Exhibit: MRS D CASIMATY for a collection of
3 items from Art/Craft, Photography and Cookery.
Encouragement award for Cookery: MRS VC WOOLLEY
MEMORIAL TROPHY.
Rules & Regulations
1. Entry free. Prize money first $3, second $2, third $1.
2. All entries must be exhibitor’s own work.
3. All section rules as for adults.
INFANT EXHIBITS (aged 6 years and under).
Classes
1. Drawing.
2. Painting.
3. Bunch of flowers.
4. Open class eg collage, french knitting, lego.
PRIMARY EXHIBITS (aged 7 years to 12 years).
COOKERY - Class
5. Chocolate cake.
6. Anzacs (4).
7. Pizza.
8. Decorated biscuits (4).
SECTION K - INTERMEDIATE SECTION (aged 13 to 18
years).
Section sponsored by BELBINS BUS SERVICES.
One Person’s Exhibit: NORTH BARKER ECO SYSTEM
SERVICES for a collection of 3 items from Art/Craft,
Photography and Cookery.
Cookery Encouragement award: CORYULE CAKE
DECORATING.
Rules & Regulations
1. Entry free. Prize money first $3, second $2, third $1.
2. All entries to be exhibitor’s own work.
3. All section rules as for adults.
COOKERY - Class
1. Chocolate cake.
2. Pizza.
3. Decorated biscuits (4).
4. Anzacs (4).
HOME INDUSTRIES - Class
5. Home made sweets.
6. Jar of jam.
HANDCRAFT - Class
7. Soft toy.
8. Machine-made article.
2. Red grape.
3. Fruit/Vegetable wine - fruit other than grapes.
4. Miscellaneous - liqueurs.
5. Home brewed beer.
6. Stout.
7. Apple cider.
8. Non-alcoholic beverage.
9. Open – any other beverage.
HANDCRAFT - Class
9. Knitted article.
10. Soft toy.
11. Article of appliqué/stitchery/beadwork.
12. Novelty Article.
ART & CRAFT - Class
13. Painting – open class.
14. Drawing - open class.
15. Article made from recycled materials.
16. Papier mache.
17. Article in clay.
18. Drawing in crayon - open.
19. Article in metal/wood.
20. Original lego construction.
21. An animal from a vegetable (no man-made accessories).
PHOTOGRAPHY - Class
22. Colour or black/white print - people.
23. Colour or black/white print - places.
24. Colour or black/white print - animals.
25. Colour or black/white print - open.
HOME INDUSTRIES - Class
26. Home made sweets.
27. Jar of jam.
28. Best presented 6 eggs in a basket.
FLOWERS - Class
29. Decorated pot plant.
30. Bunch of flowers.
9. Article of appliqué/stitchery/beadwork.
10. Novelty article.
ART AND CRAFT - Class
11. Painting of a rural scene/landscape.
12. Painting - open.
13. Drawing of a person.
14. Drawing - open.
15. Article made from clay, metal or wood.
16. Papier mache.
17. Handmade jewellery.
18. Article made from recycled materials.
19. Scrapbooking – 1 twin page.
PHOTOGRAPHY - Class
20. Colour or black/white - people.
21. Colour or black/white - places.
22. Colour or black/white - animals.
23. Colour or black/white - open.
FLOWERS - Class
24. Decorated pot plant.
25. Bunch of flowers.

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