MONTO & DISTRICT SHOW 23rd & 24th April 2016

Celebrating 86 Years MONTO & DISTRICT SHOW 23rd & 24th April 2016 Show Society Representatives President: Amanda Goody Ph: 4167 2240 Mob: 0427 300 67...
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Celebrating 86 Years

MONTO & DISTRICT SHOW 23rd & 24th April 2016 Show Society Representatives President: Amanda Goody Ph: 4167 2240 Mob: 0427 300 678 Secretary: Maree Perkins Mob: 0429 400 487 Email: [email protected] Website: www.montoshow.com.au

Monto & District Show Society Monto Showgrounds

Designed by Melissa Birch

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Horses

12

Horse Stall & Camping

38

1A

Campdraft

14

Waiver

39

1B

Two Handed Cutting

21

Horse Health Declaration

40

2A

Prime Cattle

22

2B

Prime Cattle Young Judges

28

Entry Form

42

2C

Led Steers

28

Stud Entry Form

43

2D

Stud Cattle

29

Dog Show

58

Quilts Across Queensland

66

Natural Fibre Creations

66

State Ute Must

79

Rural Ambassador

80

Miss Showgirl

80

2E & 2F Stud Young Judges & Handlers

31

3

Dairy Goats

34

4

Poultry

36

5A & 5B

Cage Birds & Pigeons

44

6

Woodchop

45

6A

Chainsaws

46

7

Pasture Paddocks

48

8

Farm Produce

48

9

Vegetables, Dairy & Eggs

50

10

Fruit

52

12

Photography

54

13

Lapidary

58

15

Horticulture

60

15A

Floral Art

59

16

Pot Plants & Ferns

62

17

Juvenile Display

63

18

Handcraft

64

19

Fine Arts

68

20

Scrapbooking & Literary

69

21

Juvenile Cooking

70

22 & 22A 23

Cakes & Pastries

72

Sweets, Jams & Preserves

77

24

Children‘s Guinea Pigs

78

While every effort has been made to ensure the schedule is true & correct, undoubtedly there will be some errors and omissions. Please inform the Secretary of these discrepancies so as they can be corrected for future schedules. Thank you

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PROGRAM OF EVENTS

SATURDAY Campdraft Two handed Cutting Prime Cattle Prime Young Judges Led Steers Woodchop Chainsaws Dog Show Goat Show Tom Wyatt—Q&A sessions Norah’s Ark Animal Farmyard BJ Horsemanship Performances Bendigo Bank Lego Tent Rodeo & Barrels from 7pm

SUNDAY Stud Cattle Stud Young Judges Young Handlers Tyronne’s Circus Troop Norah’ Ark Animal Farmyard BJ Horsemanship Performances Bar & Live Entertainment

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PATRON’S TROPHY Sponsored by MR ROY GOODY, Patron of the Society A Trophy will be awarded to the members of one household gaining the greatest aggregate of points in all Sections of the show, under the following conditions:EACH FIRST PRIZE EACH SECOND PRIZE

3 POINTS 2 POINTS

All Sections of Schedule to be equally eligible

PATZWALD MEMORIAL TROPHY Sponsored by EVELYN BOOTH in memory of MR JIM & MRS DOROTHY PATZWALD Past President and keen supporter of the Monto Show Society Inc. JUVENILE—The juvenile under 17 years gaining the most points in all Sections of the Show POINTS ALLOTTED AS FOLLOWS:FIRST PRIZE 3 POINTS SECOND PRIZE 2 POINTS

LEN & DULCIE POWER MEMORIAL PRIZE Sponsored by Warwick & Trevor Power In memory of LEN & DULCIE POWER For most points in Pavilion Section by one exhibitor FIRST PRIZE 3 POINTS SECOND PRIZE 2 POINTS 5

OFFICE BEARERS 2015/2016 PATRON

Mr Roy Goody

PRESIDENT

Mrs Amanda Goody

SNR VICE PRESIDENT

Ms Helen Goody

JNR VICE PRESIDENT

Mr David Schulz

SECRETARY

Mrs Maree Perkins

TREASURER

Mrs Kristie Bargenquast Amanda Goody, Helen Goody, David Schulz, Kristie Bargenquast, Barry Mundt & Barry Wait

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE AUDITOR

Powers Financial Monto

HON. VETERINARY SURGEON

All Creatures Vet Services

SHOW GIRL CO-ORDINATOR PAVILLION STEWARDS

Miss Breanna Hockey Marian Schulke & Mr Frank Goody

GROUND STEWARDS

Mr Frank Goody & Ms Helen Goody

LADIES COMMITTEE PRESIDENT

Mrs Phyllis Wait

VICE PRESIDENT

Mrs Carol Dullaway

SECRETARY

Marian Schulke

TREASURER

Marian Schulke

MESSAGE FROM MANAGEMENT First and foremost we would like to sincerely thank all the members, volunteers, competitors, sponsors, donors and all who attended the 2105 Monto Show. The generosity of our town is amazing and the Show is testament to this. The 2016 show is shaping up nicely, with a newly appointed Committee at the helm! We have some fresh faces, new ideas and a renewed commitment to the Show Movement. This year will see a new look schedule and the introduction of a special Kid‘s Only Schedule. We are excited to announce some of our entertainment options for the weekend including Tom Wyatte, BJ Horsemanship, Tyronne‘s Circus Troop, Norah‘s Ark Animal Farmyard and the Trackskill V8 Ute‘s! 6

Hope to see you there!!

2016 MEMBERSHIP & ADMISSION CHARGES PUBLIC ADMISSION All non-member Competitors must pay at gate Adults Pensioners High School Students Primary School Students Children 5 yrs & Under Car Parking in Grounds

$10 $7 Must provide ID $7 Must provide ID $5 FREE $4

Pre-purchased Tickets are available from STITCH & STASH or Secretary Box prior to Show day Family Day Pass

$28

Single day passes

$9

2 Adults & Children Under 15yrs All must be at gate upon entry

MEMBERSHIP Entitles the holder/s admission on BOTH days of the show Single Membership Family Membership

$17.50 $35 2 Adults & dependant children Under 15yrs Plus Car Parking inside the grounds

MEMBERSHIP NOT RENEWED BY 28TH FEBRUARY 2016 WILL LAPSE LIFE MEMBERS & HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS Shall be entitled to free admission on both days for the member, spouse & any dependent children under 15yrs

APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP / UPDATE DETAILS Single Membership $17.50



Family Membership $35



Update details  NAME………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. ADDRESS…………………………………………………………………………………………………………. PHONE…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. EMAIL……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Payment can be made by Cheque, Cash or Direct Deposit to Monto & District Show Society P O Box 81 Monto QLD 4630

Bank Details NAB— BSB 084 826, A/C 508 860 159 Please Use your Name and quote ―mems‖ as reference

For more information please contact the Secretary on 4166 1295

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HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS BALL HF

GOODY ER (Roy)

MOUATT GB (Decd)

RUTHENBERG Mrs T

BANDIDT Mrs HNC (Decd)

GOODY TM (Decd)

MORGAN VAD (Decd)

RUTHENBERG B (Decd)

BATE AGT (Decd)

GRAY Mrs E (Decd)

MORLEY MGW (Decd)

SCHULKE A

BISHOP GW (Decd)

HARTWIG LE (Decd)

MULLER Mrs E (Decd)

SCHULKE Mrs M

BISHOP NH (Decd)

HAY G

MYLES CDJ (Decd)

STEPHEN Bob (Decd)

BOAG DA (Decd)

HEMMING Mike (Decd)

O‘CONNOR Mrs GF (Decd)

STEWART WA (Decd)

BOWLES Mrs PR

HISCOCK Mrs P

O‘CONNOR GF (Decd)

STOKER CR

BURNHAM HE (Tex)

JENSEN Mrs J (Decd)

PATZWALD JE (Decd)

WALTERS JH (Decd)

GOODY BF

KELLY Mrs A

PICKERING Mrs B

WEBB CA (Decd)

GOODY EJ

LEBSANFT A (Decd)

POWER LK (Decd)

WEBB LA (Decd)

GOODY HC (Decd)

LODWICK Mrs R (Decd)

POWNALL TN (Decd)

WILLIAMS Mrs PM

GOODY M (Decd)

LOUTTIT LL (Decd)

RADEL AA (Decd)

LIFE MEMBERS ANGER BJ

FORSYTH AJ (Drew)

LARSEN Mrs CJ

ANGER CS

FORSYTH Don

LIST Col

SMITH AJ

AVIS Bill

FORSYTH James

LITZOW Mrs T

SNOOKS RT

AVIS Brett

GALLOWAY James

LOUTTIT IR

SURTEES H

AVIS JEC

GALLOWAY NJ

LYSTER Mrs RH

THOMAS RM

BAKER D

GALLOWAY Sally

MACELROY WJ

WARE HJ

BALL GR

GARDINER IA

MAYNARD A

WELLS MG

BATH Mrs CG

GOODY BF

McLACHLAN W

WILLIAMS BM

BIGGER AS

GOODY EJ

MITCHELL Brenton

WILLIAMS MN

BISHOP Mrs GW

GOODY HK

MOXHAM-PRICE W

WILLIAMS NC

BISHOP N

GOODY KS

NORMAN Angella

WILLIAMS Mrs RS WILSON P

BOOTH ED

GOODY Mrs WH

NORMAN Roger

BOWLES EF

GOODY NR

OGLE LA

BOWLES KF

GOODY ER (Roy)

OGLE RA (Ron)

BURNHAM BA

GOSHNICK D

OGLE RL (Robert)

BURNHAM CD

HAMPSON Mrs PA

PARKER DB

BURNHAM GA

HAMPSON RP

PICKERING J

BURNHAM HE

HERBENER KE

PIDDICK RD

CAMPBELL Mrs R

HOCKEY KP

POWNALL PG

CAVANAGH Mrs Kerry

HOTZ JHW

POWNALL Paul

COOKE SA

IRWIN RR

PRICE KW

CORRIGAN Mrs J

JAMIESON PD

ROTH W (Warren)

COULSTON G

JENSEN DJ

SANDERSON GH

CURTIS Amy

KIELLY Robyn

SCHIMKE RJ

CUSKELLY FJ

KELLY Mrs AM

SCHULZ D

DARLINGTON N

KELLY WGH

SEENEY JW

DUNCAN BW

KERLE RR

SHAW WG SINCLAIR James SINCLAIR John

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SINCLAIR S

FINANCIAL MEMBERS 2015 ANGER Lynn

HOCKEY Brianna

PRICE Jan

BALDWIN Brad & Ingrid

HOWELL Lindsay & Gaylene

ROTH Kevin & Jennifer

BALDWIN Tim & Stacey BALL Ken & Gem BALL Lillian BENNETT Lynette BIRCH Doug & Janetta BIRCH Sarah BLEYS Barry BRIAN Gordon BRIAN Leilani BROWN Brandon BROWN Ken BROWN Linda BROWN Michael CHALMERS Keith & Kristy CHALMERS Ross & Karen COOK Jason & Jo COOKE Shayne & Merle COOKE Hannah CURTIS Francis & Dianne CURTIS Pat & Gloria CURTIS Ray & Fay CURTIS Shane & Amanda DAHTLER Fay DAHTLER Glenda DAHTLER John & Jill DOYLE Cheryl DOYLE Penny-Jaye DOYLE Shae DOW Lex & Angela DOWLING Scott & Melissa FRANCIS Paul & Mia GOODY Clyde & Michele GOODY Stacey

HOWELL Josephine HUTSON Ken & Jan HUTTON Mark HYLAND Jenni JONES Wayne & Melinda JOHNSTON Linda JOHNSTON Michael KEILER Don & Coralie KEILER Rob & Edna KEITLEY Darren & Reene KEITLEY Neville & Jenny KILAH Hec & June KING Jean KIRKWOOD Elise KIRKWOOD P & A-M KIRKWOOD Sylvia KNAPMAN Colin & Wendy

ROTH Les & Rhonda SCHIMKE Christine SCHIMKE Kylie SHARP Peter & Mary SPLETTER Darren & Amy SPLETTER Henry & Robyn STAINES Rob & Karen STEWART Sue STEWART Brian & Margaret STEWART Phylis THOMSETT Stan & Win TRANTER Frank TUCKER Lyn WAIT Barry & Phylis WAIT Stuart WELLS Adam & Amanda WHITLEY Dally & JulieAnne

LARSEN Jason & Tracey

WHITLEY Jason

LINDSAY Max

WHITLEY Norma

MARBACH Cameron & Maree McGREGOR Steve & Sharon McINNES Graeme & Anne McLAUGHLAN Susan McLURCAN Jock MORGAN Daphne

WILLIAMS Heidi WILLIAMS Rex & Kerri WILLIAMS Rexanna WILLIAMS Steve & Sue WILSON Jean ZIETH Damien & Rebecca ZIETH Darryl & Lyn

MUIRHEAD Joel & Emma MULLER Gary & Lynette MUNDT Kim & Barry MYLES Ken & Marge NOONE Rebecca O‘REILLY Tyrone & Stacey

GOODY Wayne & Amanda

PAILTHORPE George & Kylie

GREEN Anne

PATTIE Chris & Tracey

GREEN Trevor & Misty

PATTIE Therese

HAMPSON Esme

PEARDON Phil & Nancy

HAMPSON Trevor & Marie

PENNEY Alan & Janette

HAMPSON Matthew

PENNEY Lindsay & Hana

HANLEY John & Bernice

PICK Kerion & Karen

HAWKINS Estelle

POWER Stan & Nancy

BLUE CARDS IT IS RECOMMENDED BY THE ROYAL NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, THE BURNETT SUB-CHAMBER, AND THE MONTO SHOW SOCIETY INC. THAT ALL STEWARDS, JUDGES AND VOLUNTEERS WHO COME IN CONTACT WITH PEOPLE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE SHOULD HAVE A BLUE CARD. Persons requiring Blue Cards can apply

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SPECIAL SHOW REGULATIONS & BY LAWS 1.

The Show will be open to the public on Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th April 2016. 2. Judging: All classes, unless otherwise stated, will commence at 10.00am on Saturday 23rd April 2016(Judging Day). 3. Spectators - All Official Gates. Trade Displays and Exhibitors - Back Gate only (Kennedy St Entrance) NO FREE PASSES ALLOCATED AT GATES. ALL NON-MEMBER COMPETITORS MUST PAY AT GATE. 4. Damage Through Exhibits: The society will not be responsible for any accident that may be caused through or by any exhibit, and it shall be a condition of entry that each exhibitor shall hold the Society blameless and indemnified against any legal proceedings arising from such accidents. 5. Accidents: The Society will not, under any circumstances, hold itself liable for any accident on the grounds or premises. 6. Damage to Exhibits: The Society will not, under any circumstances, hold itself responsible for any loss or damage to, or miss-delivery of exhibits. 7. Loss by Disease: The entry form will be taken as a guarantee that the animals specified therein are free from all diseases so far as it is known by the owner. In case of infectious diseases, being spread through or by an exhibit, the exhibitor will be held responsible. 8. Fire: Precautions will be taken to guard against fire and to protect the property at the exhibition, but exhibits will not be insured at the cost of the Society. 9. Exhibits entered in the wrong class by the exhibitor may be transferred to the proper class by the Stewards at the discretion of the Judge. 10. The Society may receive for exhibition only (not for competition) any exhibits not specified in the schedule, providing there be sufficient space. The Society reserves the right to refuse any entry without giving reasons for so doing . 11. Exhibitors, if called upon by the Committee, shall prove the correctness of their certificates of entry by statutory declaration or otherwise. 12. Responsibility for accuracy of pedigrees and of any other particulars required by prize schedule conditions rests solely with exhibitors. Incorrect particulars or omission of particulars required may render the competitor liable to forfeiture of prize money won, and to disqualification for such period as the Committee may deem fitting. 13. Should there be any reason to suspect that any exhibit is either dangerous or diseased, the Committee reserves the right of refusing admittance to or of removing same from the ground at the expense of the exhibitor. 14. All exhibits must be delivered to and from the grounds at the risk of the exhibitor. 15. All exhibits must be on the grounds at the time stated in the schedule, or if not stated, then not later than 9am on Judging Day. 16. Unless more than two entries are received in a Class, the Society reserves the right to reduce first prize by 30% and award a ribbon only for second. 17. The Judge may award certificates of merit to exhibits, vis., ―Highly Commended‖ or ―Commended‖ if warranted. 18. No entry will be received from any person disqualified by the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies or any of the leading Race Clubs during the period of such 10disqualification. Should any such entry be accidentally accepted, it shall, whenever

SPECIAL SHOW REGULATIONS & BY LAWS 19.

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No entries will be received except on the conditions that all disputes, objections, and protests shall be decided by the committee of the Society (or majority of those present) whose decision shall be final. No protest will be considered unless lodged with the Secretary in writing before 6pm on the day of the competition, enclosing $20, which will be forfeited to the Society‘s funds should the protest be considered frivolous. Protests will only be received from competitors in Class questioned. As soon as the Judges have made their award in any Class the prize exhibit shall be distinguished by different coloured ribbons or cards: Blue first, Red second, Yellow third, White special, Purple champion and Green reserve champion.

22.

The age of all cattle shall be computed as from the first of April. In the event of any dispute age will be determined by the tooth test. Stud animals entered in Herd Books will be taken at actual age.

23.

Any person being a nuisance or using insulting language or behaviour will be expelled from the grounds.

24.

All exhibits must remain on the Show grounds until 3pm on the last day of the Show. No exhibit will be allowed to be removed without the sanction of the Secretary or Stewards. In cases of a breach of this rule, all prizes that have been awarded to the exhibitor may be forfeited unless satisfactory reason is given.

25.

Prize money unclaimed and outstanding for 30 days, will be forfeited to the Society.

26.

In case any dispute may arise as to the construction to be put upon any of the By-Laws and Regulations the same shall be determined by the Committee of the Society whose decision shall be final.

27.

Auctioneers shall pay to the Society a commission not less than two and one half percent upon livestock sale effected on the Show Grounds, whether by auction or by private contract. No responsibility to local exhibitors for exhibits not collected at Show. Stewards shall remove exhibitors and other persons from the vicinity of the Judges while judging is in progress. Judges are expected to attend at the Secretary's office on the Show grounds at the hour appointed and introduce themselves to the Secretary and to the Stewards of the Section. Judges will receive Award Books from Stewards of the Section. Judges as they arrive at their decisions will write their award with any remarks they may desire in the Award Book. Judges shall disqualify any exhibitor who, in their opinion, does not comply with the regulations, and shall enter the reason in their book. Judges may recommend for certificates or commend as they think fit , any exhibit of special merit not included in the Schedule of prizes, and need not award prizes in any class in which exhibits are considered, in their opinion of sufficient merit. Judges will sign the Award Book, and deliver them to the Stewards of the Section. The Grand Parade of livestock and Machinery will commence between 1 pm and 1-15 pm on 2nd day of Show. All participants in Grand Parade will be eligible to win a prize of $50, drawn at end of parade. Children 12yrs &11

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SECTION 1—HORSES STEWARDS: Chief Steward & No.1. Ring - H Ball No. 2 Ring - Juvenile - Steward - L Bennett Jumping Events Steward - L Brown Campdraft Steward - P Pownall Stewards:

K Gilvear, P Kirkwood, C Stoker, G Brian, T & M Hampson, I Rideout, L Brown, P Pownall, R Thomas, A M Kelly

Campdraft and Two Handed Cutting nominations fees, Stable Fees and Camping Fees: MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. Please find application forms at the back of schedule. Camping Fees $15.00; Stallion Stall $8.00: Horse Stall $6.00 including GST. Horses (including Galloways) over 14hh and ponies competing in graded show jumping events must be registered with EFA (Qld Branch). Riders of such horses must also be registered members of EFA. Waybill must be supplied to the Secretary before Competition. (Refer to regulation 18) All competitors must sign a waiver (if under 18yrs waiver to be signed by parent or guardian) and complete the Horse Health Declaration supplied. HOBBY FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED TO COLLECT ALL PRIZE MONIES. CAMPDRAFT AND TWO HANDED CUTTING ENTRIES BY ENTRY FORM

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SPECIAL REGULATIONS: 1.

Horses and Ponies in stud led-in classes must produce certificate of registration when requested by Chief Steward, also Horses competing in ASH Society Events MUST produce financial Membership Cards before competing in events. (There will be NO EXCEPTION to this rule).

2.

14 Stone Hacks cannot compete in the 12 Stone classes or vice versa. All are eligible to compete in Ladies‘ or Gents‘ classes.

3.

All prize winners are eligible to compete for championship without special entry.

4.

No stallion will be allowed to compete in classes for hacks.

5.

Short definitions: Pony - a pony must not exceed 14 hands. Miniature Horses & Ponies are not permitted to compete in the Open Pony Classes as well as Miniature Classes. Galloway - must be over 14 and not exceed 15 hands true to Galloway type and conformation. All animals above 15hh must compete in open classes.

6.

Prize winners must take part in Grand Parade, otherwise prize money may not be paid.

7.

No horses or ponies will be allowed to come into the ring with ribbons on, except in parade.

8.

Additional events may be run at the discretion of the Stewards.

9.

Jumping regulations available from Stewards on Show day.

10.

Loan horses must be pastured in the Shire at least three months prior to the Show.

11.

District events include North Burnett Regional Council and Banana Shire

12.

Local Rider Classes restricted to the area within 100 kms of Monto and/or members of Monto, Eisdvold, Mundubbera, or Biloela Pony Clubs.

13.

ALL ENTRIES FOR PONY CLUB EVENTS MUST BE SIGNED BY THE SECRETARY OF THEIR CLUB.

14.

All led classes must produce papers on request of the steward.

15.

NOVICE - For horses that have never won a Championship Hack at an Agricultural Show or a first at a Royal Show.

16.

In the event of two events clashing the competitor/s must decide in which event to compete as no events will be delayed

17.

ENTRIES BY TICKET SYSTEM:- Section 1 only. All competitors must collect Entry Tickets from the Horse Secretary’s Office before competing in any event and hand to Steward. All prize money will be paid from the Horse Secretary Office. For those who are GST registered, prize money will be paid by cheque upon receipt of a GST invoice at the main Secretaries Office on completion of all events.

18.

All persons in charge of horses or ponies on the show grounds must supply the Society with a copy of their waybill, Horse Health Declaration and Waiver complete with description of animal as well as the name and address of responsible person before competing in any event at this show.

19.

The Grand Parade of Livestock and Machinery will enter the ring between 1pm and 1-15 pm on second day of Show. Participants will receive a ticket in a draw for a prize of $50.

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SECTION 1A—CAMPDRAFT RING ONE—SATURDAY 23rd APRIL 2016 7 am Start Steward—PAUL POWNALL 1.

Mick Power Novice Draft Entry Fee: $20

Open to the first 60 nominations only Restricted to 2 horses per nomination

1st $100 plus Trophy sponsored by Power Family 2nd $50 3rd $30 4th $15 2.

Trevor Scott Juvenile Draft Entry Fee: $10

13yrs & Under 17yrs Restricted to 1 horse per nomination

1st $10 plus Trophy sponsored by Trevor Scott Saddlery 2nd $5 3rd $3 3.

Jean Wilson Junior Draft Entry Fee: $10

Under 13yrs Restricted to 1 horse per nomination

1st $10 plus Trophy & Prize Money sponsored by Mrs Jean Wilson 2nd $5 3rd $3

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SECTION 1—HORSES RING ONE SATURDAY 23RD APRIL To start IMMEDIATLEY after the Campdraft ENTRY FEE:- $2.50 unless otherwise stated

WORKING HORSE CLASSES

HACKS

Class 1-7—Open to all breeds Prize money 1st $15 2nd $10 3rd $5 1. Best type of Stockhorse—Mare or Gelding 2. Working Mare/Gelding -4yrs & under 3. Working Mare—over 4yrs 4. Working Gelding 5. Working Stallion 6. Working Mare/Gelding/Stallion— Ridden by a Juvenile (U17) CHAMPION STOCKHORSE Sponsored by Rodelle Performance Horses—Service Fee to Baymak Encore (Vet Fees not included)

Class 10-24 Prize money (unless otherwise stated) 1st $20 2nd $10 3rd $5 10. Maiden Hack 11. Novice Hack 12. District Hack over 14hh 13. 10 Stone Hack 14. 12 Stone Hack—Harry Ball Memorial Sponsored by HF Ball 15. 14 Stone Hack—Stan Forsyth Memorial Sponsored by R & D Forsyth 16. Hack for Mares over 15hh 17. Hack for Geldings over 15hh 18. Ladies Hack over 15hh 19. Pair of Hacks over 15hh RESERVE CHAMPION STOCK HORSE 20. Hack ridden by Juvenile (U17) Sponsored by Younger’s Stockhorses Prize money 1st $10 2nd $5 3rd $2

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Stock Person‘s Turnout

WESTERN PLEASURE CLASSES

8. 9.

Class 8-9 Prize money 1st $10 2nd $5 3rd $3 Snaffle bit Open Bridle Path

Bill & Beryl Avis kindly donated $100 towards prize money in the horse section

CHAMPION HACK—SASH plus $30 Sponsored by Monto Vet Surgery RESERVE CHAMPION HACK—SASH plus $20 21. 22.

23. 24.

Pleasure Hack or Galloway over 14hh— Ridden in Snaffle Open ASH Hack any weight—SASH & TROPHY Sponsored by North Burnett Branch of ASH Society ANSA Hack Sponsored by Mrs L Ball Prize money 1st $12 2nd $6 3rd $4 Open rider—over 17 Prize money 1st $12 2nd $6 3rd $4

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HORSES—RING TWO SATURDAY 23RD APRIL To start IMMEDIATLEY after the Campdraft ENTRY FEE:- $2.50 unless otherwise stated OPEN PONY LED CLASS Class 25-49 Prize Money 1st $10 2nd $5 25. Stallion/colt under 14hh 26. Mare/filly 13-14hh 27. Mare under 13hh CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION 28. Best type Pony Gelding over 13hh 29. Best type Pony Gelding under 13hh AUSTRALIAN MINIATURE HORSES & PONIES 30. Stallion 3yrs & over 31. Colt under 3yrs 32. Mare 3yrs & over 33. Filly under 3yrs CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION 34. Gelding APSB REGISTERED SHETLAND PONIES 35. Stallion 3yrs & over 36. Colt under 3yrs 37. Mare 3yrs & over 38. Filly under 3yrs CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION 39. Gelding

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AUSTRALIAN SADDLE PONIES 40. Stallion 3yrs & over 41. Colt under 3yrs 42. Mare 3yrs & over 43. Filly under 3yrs CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION 44. Gelding RIDING PONIES 45. Stallion 3yrs & over 46. Colt under 3yrs 47. Mare 3yrs & over 48. Filly under 3yrs CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION 49. Gelding Stewards will make classes for any other led in breeds CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION PONY GELDING (from classes 28, 29, 34, 39, 44& 49) SUPREME LED IN EXHIBIT From Classes 25-49 & 64-90 Sponsored by John & Merryn King— Australia Post

HORSES RING TWO—SATURDAY 23RD APRIL

HACKS—MARES & GELDINGS ONLY Class 50-56 Prize Money 1st $10 2nd $5 3rd $3 50. Maiden Pony Hack 51. Novice Pony Hack 52. District Pony Hack (U17) 53. Pony Hack under 13hh—Heilbronn Trophy 54. Pony Hack 13hh-14hh 55. Pony Hack for Mares 56. Pony Hack for Geldings CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION PONY HACK SASH plus MRS A STOKER MEMORIAL TROPHY Sponsored by the Stoker family

Class 57-63 Prize Money 1st $10 2nd $6 3rd $4 57. Pair of Pony Hacks 58. Trio of Pony Hacks 59. Handy Pony Hacks (Judged on working ability, led & ridden in a Snaffle bit) 60. Pleasure Pony Hack -(Ridden in Snaffle bit) CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION AUSTRALIAN SADDLE PONY RIDDEN 61. 62.

63.

Best adult & child on horse & pony respectively Pair of Hacks & a Pony—Pony rider to be U17(Prize Money 1st $21 2nd $15 3rd $9) Horse or Pony most suitable for school children—Must carry double or more

Cameron & Maree Marbach 20 Luthje Rd Monto Ph. 07 4166 3033

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HORSES-RING ONE SUNDAY 24TH APRIL STUD LED CLASS Must be able to produce Papers if requested Class 64-92 Prize Money 1st $10 2nd $5 Age Classification—unless otherwise stated—Stallions & Mares 3yrs & over, Colts & Fillies under 3rs, Geldings any age

THOROUGHBRED 64. Stallion 65. Colt 66. Mare 67. Filly CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION 68. Gelding

QUARTER HORSE Stallion Colt 2-3yrs Colt under 2yrs Mare Filly 2-3yrs Filly under 2yrs CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION—$30 Sponsored by the Whitley Family 87. Gelding 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86.

CLYDESDALES 88. Stallion 89. Colt 90. Mare 91. Filly CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION 92. Gelding

AUSTRALIAN STOCKHORSE 69. Stallion 70. Colt 2-3yrs 71. Colt under 2yrs 72. Mare 73. Filly 2-3yrs CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION 74. Filly under 2yrs PONY GELDING CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION— (from classes 68, 75, 80, 87 & 92) $30 Sponsored by the Whitley Family 75. Gelding SUPREME CHAMPION STOCKHORSE— Stewards will make classes if there are 3 or more horses of one particular ASH TROPHY breed present on the day ANSA HORSES 76. Stallion 77. Colt 78. Mare 79. Filly CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION 80. Gelding

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COSTUME CLASS U17 Prize Money 1st $10 2nd $5 3rd $3 Judged in the Grand Parade Most Original Costume Most Humorous

HORSES—RING TWO SUNDAY 24TH APRIL

JUVENILE RIDER CLASSES Under 17yrs Class 95-108 Prize money (unless otherwise stated) 1st $5 2nd $3 3rd $2 Entry Fee $2.50 Best presented Juvenile Rider– points for saddlery, costume, riding ability & presentation (1st $15 2nd $10 3rd $5) 96. Rider U8yrs 97. Rider 8-U10yrs 98. Rider 10-U12 CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR RIDER 99. Rider 12-U14 100. Rider 14-U17 CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR RIDER

TROPHY FOR MOST POINTS GAINED IN THE HORSE SECTION BY A MEMBER OF THE MONTO, EIDSVOLD, BILOELA & MUNDUBBERA PONY CLUBS Sponsored by Mrs Sylvia Kirkwood

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CHAMPION JUVENILE RIDER OF SHOW TRI-COLOUR SASH & TROPHY Sponsored by Monto Livestock & Property LOCAL JUVENILE RIDER CLASSES 101. Local RiderU9 102. Local Rider 9-U12 103. Local Rider 12-U17 104. Pair of riders U17 (1st $12 2nd $6 3rd $4) 105. Team of four riders U17 (1st $12 2nd $6 3rd $4) 106. Pony Club turnout U12 107. Pony Club turnout 12-U17 108. Pony Club turnout 17-U26

GALLOWAY HACKS Class 109– 116 Prize Money 1st $20 2nd $10 3rd $5 109. 110.

Maiden Galloway Hack Novice Galloway Hack for Mares/ Geldings 111. Galloway Hack for Mares 112. Galloway Hack for Geldings 113. Lighweight Galloway Hack 114. Heavyweight Galloway Hack 115. Galloway Hack—Rider U17 116. Pair of Galloway Hacks CHAMPION GALLOWAY HACK—SASH plus $30 Sponsored by All Creatures Vet Services RESERVE CHAMPION HACK—SASH plus $20 Sponsored by All Creatures Vet Services CHAMPION HACK OF HACKS—SASH plus SHELAGH KING OAM PERPETUAL TROPHY Donated by her daughters Pauline Cheney, Eve King and friends, Vicki Jackson, Greg Lennon, Linda McMaster, Janet Twohill, Cowie Family, Welburn Family, Les Funch, Darrell Nilsen, Darryl Spencer, Jean Roberts, Lee Behrens, Sue Jim and Jeremy Cook.

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HORSE SHOWJUMPING RING THREE SATURDAY 23TH APRIL To start after the Campdraft SPECIAL CONDITIONS Registered with EFA Queensland Junior rule will apply

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Class 117-121 Entry fee $2 Prize Money 1st $10 2nd $6 3rd $4 123. 117. 118. 119.

Juvenile Table A AM3—U12yrs Juvenile Table A AM3—U12yrs Local Riders Juvenile Table A AM3— 12-U17yrs

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Juvenile Table A AM3— 12-U17yrs Local Riders Juvenile AM7— U17 Foxhunter Competition AM3 for Maiden D grade horses Entry Fee $4 Prize Money 1st $30 2nd $20 3rd $10 4th $5 Rawbelle Table A AM7 1.10m Entry Fee $8 Prize Money 1st $70 2nd $40 3rd $25 4th $15 Table A AM3 1.2m Entry Fee $6 Prize Money 1st $50 2nd $30 3rd $20 4th $10

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3ZU Table A AM3 1.1m Entry Fee $6 Prize Money 1st $50 2nd $30 3rd $20 4th $10 Sponsored by Pownall Grazing Co. 126. Gordon & Evelyn Hutton Memorial 1.15m Grande Prix Entry Fee $12 Prize Money 1st $100 2nd $80 3rd $60 4th $40 5th $20 6th $10 Trophy Rug sponsored by Coominglah Grazing

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Open Grande Prix 1.25-1.30m Entry Fee $12 Prize Money 1st $100 2nd $60 3rd $30 4th $10 128. Albert Hotel Top Score Entry Fee $12 Prize Money 1st $100 2nd $60 3rd $30 4th $10 Sponsored by the Albert Hotel 129. Open Six Bar Entry Fee $15 Prize Money 1st $150 2nd $100 3rd $50 Sponsored by GW Brian $200 & B Wedemeyer $100 Plus $130 Rug also donated by GW Brian

SECTION 1B—TWO HANDED CUTTING Saturday

23rd April

2016 To start on the completion of the Campdraft & Stockhorse events

STEWARDS:- Peter Aisthorpe Nominations close Wednesday 20th April No Nominations will be accepted after this date. Prize Money:- 50% of nominations plus sponsorship and ribbons to three places. Waybill must be supplied. Limited to first 20 nominations in each event. Equipment of Choice. No rings, running reins, tie downs or drop nose bands. Competitors in open events must be 13 years or older. Skull Caps must be worn by Competitors under 18 years of age. All Competitors must sign a waiver and horse health declaration form before being allowed to compete. 1.

JUVENILE 17 years and under. Nomination $10 plus Cattle levy $5

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MAIDEN Horses that have not won in a Draft, Challenge or Cutting Event Nomination $15 plus Cattle Levy $10.

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OPEN Nomination $20 plus Cattle Levy $10 Nominations to Monto & District Show Society PO Box 81 Monto 4630 Ph 074166 1295 [email protected]

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SECTION 2A—PRIME CATTLE Chief Steward: EJ Goody Stewards: L Roth, R McLaughlan, Brad & Donna McInally, Allan Penney, K Davis, J Hiscock, Rob Staines, Peter Wilson, John & Robyn Sinclair. MONTO SHOW GROUNDS PIC No QCMN0635 ENTRY FEE: $3.30 per pen $2.20 for single classes $4.00 for carcass competition $5.50 for 1 Goody Pen of 3 ENTRIES CLOSE: April 20th 2016 CONDITIONS: 1. All cattle must be on the grounds by 6pm on April 22nd 2016. Feeding in yards not permitted prior to weighing. 2. Judging will commence at 9am on Saturday April 23rd 2016. 3. The Society will take no responsibility other than the feeding and watering of cattle on the grounds till 3pm last day of Show. 4. Owners to assist with sorting & penning as directed by the Chief Steward. 5. All cattle must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor for three months prior to the Show. All cattle are received subject to the right of the Stewards to reject any cattle not up to the Show standard and, if required, to arrange for same to be removed from the grounds before judging commences. 6. Stewards have the right to transfer any entry to a more suitable class. 7. All cattle must be either polled or completely dehorned and wild cattle may be removed from the grounds at the discretion of the Stewards. 8. Cattle cannot compete in more than one class excepting the carcass classes. A freshly erupted or lost tooth shall be counted. 9. Cattle may be mouthed one week prior to the Show by arrangements with the Secretary or Chief Steward. 10. Champions may be selected from a pen or single classes. 11. Exhibitors must include Vendors Declaration Forms for Carcass Cattle. Home cattle will also require a Vendor Declaration. 12. No cattle will be accepted as non-competitive. 13. All exhibitors & the public must remain outside the yards while judging is in progress. 14. Breed of cattle to be stated on entry form or handed to the Steward on the first day of the Show. 15. Classes 1, 2, 5, 6, 14 and 15 must be pasture or crop fed. Not grain assisted. 16. Cattle entered in Prime Beef Section to remain in cattle yards to 3pm on the last day of the Show. 17. Cattle must be free of ticks and must meet DPI standards. 18. In all pen classes, at least one beast must have stated number of teeth, others may have less. 19. All stock must carry an NLIS device.

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PRIME CATTLE SECTION PROUDLY SPONSORED BY ACCOUNTING & YOU and RIVERINA STOCKFEEDS

Prize Money Pen of 3 Classes 1st Trophy, 2nd $12, 3rd $8 Single Classes 1st Trophy, 2nd $7, 3rd $5 DESCRIPTION

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Pen of 3 Bullock—6 permanent teeth or more

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Pen of 3 Steers—4 permanent teeth or less

JEC & L Avis Bill Stewart Memorial Trophy donated by PA Stewart

Pen of 3 Steers—2 permanent teeth or less Unrestricted Feeding Pen of 3 steers—Milk tooth Unrestricted Feeding

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Mrs Glenda Dahtler James A Sinclair

CHAMPION PEN OF BULLOCKS

Brian Schimke Memorial donated by Christine Schimke + SASH

RESERVE CHAMPION PEN OF BULLOCKS

Burnett Livestock & Reality + SASH

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Single Bullock—6 permanent teeth only

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Single Bullock—4 teeth only Single Bullock—not less than 4 teeth Unrestricted Feeding Single Steer—2 teeth Unrestricted Feeding Single Steer—Milk tooth Live weight over 420kgs Single Steer—Milk tooth Live weight over 320kgs—420kgs Single Steer—Milk tooth Live weight 320kgs & under CHAMPION MALE RESERVE CHAMPION MALE Pen of 3 Heifers—2 teeth or less Unrestricted Feeding Pen of 3 Heifers—Milk tooth Unrestricted Feeding Pen of 3 Heifers most suitable for replacement breeders Single Female—6 or more teeth

Monto Cattle & Country Millers Gourmet Meats AG & JA Penney Mr B Stewart All Creatures Vet Services IM Bishop Monto Meats Kev Hockey & Sash Sash for Reserve Champion Monto Livestock & Property FarmStuff Monto Jenallen Bazerdais P & K Wilson

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Single 4 tooth Heifer

Kelly’s Transport

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Single Heifer—2 teeth Unrestricted Feeding

DJ Steel

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Single Heifer—Milk tooth Over 320kgs

EJ Goody

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Single Heifer—Milk tooth 320kgs & under

Miss S Sinclair

CHAMPION FEMALE RESERVE CHAMPION FEMALE

George Williams Memorial donated by Steve & Sue Williams plus SASH SASH for Reserve Champion

CHAMPION PRIME BEAST OF SHOW

$200 Riverina Stockfeeds + Trophy

MOST POINTS FOR FIRST TIME EXHIBITOR

$100 RC & MM Perkins

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PAST CHAMPIONS—Trophy sponsored by GW Brain, to be won 3 times, not necessarily in succession 1986—GM & TM Bishop

1987—Mrs Jan Sinclair

1988—B & W Williams

1989—JT Pickering

1990—JT Pickering

1991—JT Pickering

1992—LA & MI Ogle

1993—TM & ER Goody

1994—GW & IM Bishop

1995—Monal Grazing

1996—J Sinclair

1997—J Sinclair

1998—GW Brian

1999—KA & DA Goody

2000—EJ Goody

2001—Monto High School

2002—Eidsvold Station

2003—Eidsvold Station

2004—Eidsvold Station

2005—Eidsvold Station

2006—Eidsvold Station

2007—JEC & L Avis

2008—Monto High School

2009—GW Brian

2012—KS & DA Goody

2013—GW Brain

2010—A, B & S Pailthorpe 2011—A, B & S Pailthorpe 2014—GW Brain

2015—GW Brain

KEWPIE RURAL TROPHY FOR PRIME BEEF Highest Aggregate of Points in Section 2A Point Allocation 1st 3pts 2nd 2pts 3rd 1pt 1 Point for Champions

WEIGHT GUESSING COMPETITION $100 prize Beast kindly donated by Mr Roy Goody Patron of the Monto & District Show Society

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CARCASS COMPETITION Conditions 1. Cattle most suitable for export trade 2. Cattle will be mouthed at works 3. All cattle entered will be identified and judged by the ABCAM system at works. 4. Selling agents may act for owners. Account sales will be debited with normal selling charges including freight from Monto. Date of slaughter will be available from the Secretary 5. Where minimum and maximum carcass weight apply, a tolerance of 10 kg will be allowed with a penalty of 1 point per kg, and disqualification outside the tolerance. All cattle entered will be slaughtered at Meatworks appointed by Society and the company will purchase the carcass at ruling rates arranged by the Society Evenness of pen in class 22. 0-20kg -0: 21-30kg -1; 31-40kg -2; 41-50kg -3; 51-60 -4; 61+ -5 DESCRIPTION Single Chiller Ox—pasture or grain fed, 6 teeth or less. Carcass weight 300-420kgs. Optimum Rump 12-17mm, detention bonus points Single Steer—pasture or grain fed, not exceeding 20 4 teeth. Carcass weight 200-300kgs. Optimum Rump 10-15mm 19

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Single Trade Heifer, not exceeding 4 teeth. Carcass weight 180kg+

TROPHY Teys Bros 1st $30 2nd $20 3rd $10 Teys Bros 1st $30 2nd $20 3rd $10 The Tom Goody Memorial donated by the Goody Family 1st $75 2nd $50 3rd $25 Flemings Auto Bits 1st $30 2nd $20 3rd $10

Highest point Grass fed Carcass

Goondicum Pastoral Co. In Memory of Bruce Campbell

CHAMPION CARCASS RESERVE CHAMPION CARCASS

Prize Money plus SASH

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Public Accountants Registered Tax Agents ABN: 89 093 379 465 Serving Monto and surrounding Districts for over 25 years Accounting and Taxation services For Primary Producers and Businesses Contact Len Felesina (Monto) or Darren Wyatte (Biloela) Monto Office: 41 Newton Street PO Box 213 MONTO QLD 4630 Ph: 07 4166 1188 Fax: 07 4166 1201 www.aayfinancial.com.au [email protected] 28

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SECTION 2B YOUNG JUDGES—PRIME CATTLE Stewards: Kristine Dingle Entry: FREE Prize Money: 1st $50 2nd $30 3rd $20 (3rd awarded only if more than 5 entries) 23rd April 2016—report to Stewards directly following the Judging of the Prime Cattle To be judged under Queensland Country Life Rules Competitors must be over 15 & under 25yrs, on the 1st May in the year of the State Final. Competitors under 15yrs will be ineligible for State Final but can compete at Sub-Chamber finals. 1. 2.

15yrs & under 25 Under 15yrs

SECTION 2C—LED STEER OR HEIFER Entries close 20th April 2016 Entry fee $2.20 LED STEER OR HEIFER- any breed - milk tooth. Weigh in:- 1 pm 23rd April 2016 Judged:- 2 pm 23rd April 2016 Prize Money and Trophies Sponsored by Riverina Stock Feeds 1st $30 & Trophy, 2nd Trophy, 3rd Trophy CLASSES 1. Under 350 kgs 2. 350 to 500 kgs 3. Over 500 kgs CHAMPION LED STEER OR HEIFER—SASH & $100 RESERVE CHAMPION—SASH

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SECTION 2D—STUD BEEF SUNDAY 24th APRIL 2016 ENTRY FEE: $5.50 ENTRIES CLOSE: 20th April 2016 JUDGING: 9am CHIEF STEWARD: N Galloway STEWARDS: D Williams, James Sinclair, Bec Wilson CONDITIONS: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Monto is a Category ‗B‘ Merit Show for the Beef Sire of the Year Competition. The name of the exhibit, Sire‘s names and Herd Book number must be stated on entry form. Wide Bay-Burnett Braford Promotion Group will sponsor a trophy to the Champion Beast in Stud Beef Section if the winner is nominated as Braford Exhibitors please refer to Regulation 36 on page 9 Birth dates taken from April 1st All exhibits over 6 months of age must have a nose ring or nose clip Open to all recognised Stud Breeds. Must be 3 entries in each class before second prize money will be paid. Any entry may only compete in one class. If a Calf has been exhibited in a calf class it cannot be shown in a Cow & Calf Class All breed entries judged as one class. All stock must carry an NLIS Device. MONTO SHOWGROUNDS PIC No QCMN0635 Grand Parade will commence between 1pm and 1.15pm Sunday. Children 12yrs & under Leading stock in parade must be accompanied by an adult 18yrs or over.

PRIZE MONEY 1st $15 2nd $10 3rd $5 CHAMPION—Trophy RESERVE CHAMPION—Sash 1. Bull, 6mths & under 12mths 2. Bull, 12mths & under 15mths BULL CALF CHAMPION Sponsor—Boogalgopal Brahman Stud 3. Bull, 15mths & under 18mths 4. Bull, 18mths & under 21mths JUNIOR BULL CHAMPION Sponsor—J & R Sinclair 5. Bull, 21mths & under 24mths 6. Bull, 24mths & over SENIOR BULL CHAMPION Sponsor—N & N Galloway GRAND CHAMPION MALE Sponsor—Mr Jeff Seeney

PROUDLY SPONSORED BY RIVERINA STOCKFEEDS & MONTO RURAL TRADERS 7. Heifer, 6mths & under 12mths 8. Heifer, 12mths & under 15mths HEIFER CALF CHAMPION Sponsor—Punchagin Brangus Stud 9. Heifer, 15mths & under 18mths 10. Heifer, 18mths & under 21mths JUNIOR HEIFER CHAMPION Sponsor - Bimbadeen Brangus 11. Cow, 21mths & under 24mths 12. Cow, 24mths & over SENIOR COW CHAMPION Sponsor—Eureka Creek Brahmans GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE

13. Exhibitor‘s Group—3 animals, any age (both sexes), any breeds. Owned by exhibitor & entered in general classes. Sponsor—Rangeview Charbrays & Hay Supplies

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SECTION 2E—YOUNG JUDGES STUD CATTLE Sponsored by The CAVANAGH FAMILY IN MEMORY of LIONEL CAVANAGH Persons over 15yrs & under 25yrs on 1st May in year of State Final are eligible to compete under Queensland Country Life Rules. Competitors are asked to report to the Stewards on completion of Stud Cattle Judging. Competitors under 15 will be ineligible to compete at State Finals but can compete at Sub-Chamber. Entry: FREE Prize Money: 1st $50, 2nd $30, 3rd $20 (3rd only if more than 5 entrants) 1. 2.

15yrs to under 25 yrs Under 15yrs

SECTION 2F—JUNIOR HANDLERS COMPETITION Sponsored by BENDIGO BANK Persons over 15yrs & under 25yrs on 1st May in year of State Final are eligible to compete under Queensland Country Life Rules. Competitors are asked to report to the Stewards on completion of Stud Cattle Judging. Competitors under 15 will be ineligible to compete at State Finals but can compete at Sub-Chamber. Entry: FREE 1. 15yrs to under 25 yrs Sponsor—Monto Show Society 2. Under 15yrs Sponsor—Miss S Sinclair

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SECTION 3—DAIRY GOATS Chief Steward: Karen Staines Judging: To commence at 10am Saturday 23RD APRIL 2016 Entries: Close 22nd April 2016 Entries will not be accepted without entry fee Entry Fee: $2.20 per class Late Entries: $4.40 EXHIBITS TO BE IN POSITION BY 9.30AM Entries to: Enquiries to: Secretary Karen Staines Monto Show Society Inc. Tel: 07 41661664 Email: [email protected] Email:- [email protected] CONDITIONS All goats must be registered in recognized herd book or registration applied for. All goats must be bonafide property of exhibitor. The age of goats shall be actual age as at day of judging. CAPRINE RETRO VIRUS: (a)Exhibits must be from a herd which has complied with the requirements of a CRV control scheme approved by the DPI . ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT CAE CERTIFICATE DPI requires owners to have a permit to travel stock and a fully completed Way Bill must accompany the stock. PRIZES: 1st, 2nd, 3rd - Class Ribbons Trophies sponsored by Karob Saanens, Monto. Kewpie Stockfeed Monto, Farmstuff Monto, Monto Irrigation & Plumbing Supplies. 1. Saanen Veteran Doe, 6 years & over, in milk or dry. 2. Anglo Nubian Veteran Doe, 6 years & over, in milk or dry. 3. British Alpine Veteran Doe, 6 years & over, in milk or dry. 4. Toggenburg Veteran Doe, 6 years & over, in milk or dry. 5. Australian Melaan or Brown Veteran Doe, 6 years & over, in milk or dry. 6. Saanen Doe, 2 years & under 6 in milk or dry. 7. Anglo Nubian Doe, 2 years & under 6 years, in milk or dry. 8. British Alpine Doe, 2 years & under 6 years, in milk or dry. 9. Toggenburg Doe, 2 years & under 6 years, in milk or dry. 10. Australian Melaan or Brown Doe, 2 years & under 6 years, in milk or dry. 11. Saanen Doe, 1 year & under 2 years, in milk or dry. 12. Anglo Nubian Doe, 1 year & under 2 years, in milk or dry. 13. British Alpine Doe, 1 year & under 2 years, in milk or dry.

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14. Toggenburg Doe, 1 year & under 2 years, in milk or dry. 15. Australian Melaan or Brown Doe, 1 year & under 2 years, in milk or dry. Type & Production / Udder Classes: 16. Type and Production, 24 hour test, any age/breed. 17. Type and Production, Herd Recording, any age/breed. 18. Best Udder, 1st Lactation, any age/breed. 19. Best Udder, 2nd & Subsequent Lactation, any age/breed. Best Udder of Show – All Breeds NB: Exhibitors please ensure NO milk is tipped out on the ground and that you keep your milk covered after milking. 20. Saanen Doe Kid, under 12 months. 21. Anglo Nubian Doe Kid, under 12 months. 22. British Alpine Doe Kid, under 12 months. 23. Toggenburg Doe Kid, under 12 months 24. Australian Melaan or Brown Doe Kid, under 12 months. Doe Championships C1. CH. SAANEN DOE. C2. CH. ANGLO NUBIAN DOE. C3. CH. BRITISH ALPINE DOE. C4. TOGGENBURG DOE C5. CH. AUST. MELAAN OR BROWN DOE. CHAMPION DOE KID – All breeds from 20, 21, 22, 23, 24. JUNIOR CHAMPION DOE – All breeds from 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. SENIOR CHAMPION DOE – All Breeds from C1, 2, 3 , 4, 5, 6. GRAND CHAMPION DOE – All Breeds from Ch Doe, kid, Junior & Senior Ch. 37. Sire‘s Progeny. 2 progeny, any age, any breed, doe or buck. 38. Sire & 1 Progeny, any age, any breed, doe or buck. 39. Dam‘s Progeny. 2 progeny, any age, any breed, doe or buck. 40. Dam & 1 progeny, any age, any breed, doe or buck. 41. Breeders Group – three does owned and breed by exhibitor.

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SECTION 4—POULTRY ALL ENQUIRIES TO - ROBERT NOWLAND - PHONE 0497606741 or 41663028 Stewards: Members of Poultry Club Entry Fee: 50 cents per entry Entries Close: 20th April 2016 CONDITIONS: 1. Local birds to be penned the night before the Show. 2. All birds to be penned by 8 am sharp on 23rd April 2016. 3. Judging commences at 8.30 am 4. Any bird dyed or otherwise interfered with will be disqualified and the exhibitor dealt with as the Committee thinks fit. 5. Should any dispute arise, the matter of dispute shall be referred to the Committee whose decision shall be final. 6. During the Show, the exhibits will be in the custody of the Committee and the Stewards and shall not be touched or handled by owners or any other persons other than the Judge or Stewards, under any pretense whatsoever. 7. No birds will be allowed to leave the Poultry Pavilion without a clearance from the Stewards. 8. Birds will be delivered on the second day of the Show from 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm 9. Birds showing disease symptoms or vermin infestation will not be penned and must be removed from the grounds. 10. ALL RULES WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED. 11. ONLY STEWARDS ALLOWED IN THE PAVILION DURING THE JUDGING. PRIZE MONEY 1st $2 2nd $1 SECTIONS WILL BE PROVIDED AS FOLLOWS: 1. Large Hardfeather 2. Standard Softfeather 3. Hardfeather Bantams 4. Softfeather Bantams

5. Exhibition Pairs (Large and Bantam) 6. Waterfowl, Turkeys etc 7. School Children‘s Classes (ages 5 yrs - 16 yrs)

Classes will be made for all breeds or varieties with four or more entries. Others will be judged as AOV or AOC in the appropriate sections. Cock, Cockerel, Hen and Pullet classes will be provided in all sections with three or more entries to make up such classes, otherwise judged as female and male of breed. Mark breed, colour and section on entry forms.

RIBBON LIST Champion Hardfeather Male Champion Hardfeather Female Champion Softfeather Male Champion Softfeather Female Champion Hardfeather Bantam Male Champion Hardfeather Bantam Female Champion Softfeather Bantam Male Champion Softfeather Bantam Female Grand Champion Bird of Show Reserve Champion Bird of Show Champion Pair of Show Champion School Children‘s Class 38Champion Waterfowl

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APPLICATION FOR HORSE STALLS ABN: 85 595 365 403 STALLION STALL : $8.00

HORSE STALL: $6.00

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CAMPING APPLICATION CAMPING FEE: $15.00 For period of Show No. of Days Camping Site Required:…………………… Name:…………………………………………………………………………. Postal Address:……………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………………………………….. Enclosed please find: $............................................................................................. Date:………………………………………………………………………….. Signature:…………………………………………………………………... STABLE FEES AND CAMPING FEES MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE 40

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MONTO & DISTRICT SHOW SOCIETY INC ENTRY FORM & TAX INVOICE TO THE SECRETARY: Subject to Rules, By-Laws and Regulations of the Society, which are deemed included herein as if inserted at length, I wish to make the following entries for the forthcoming Show, the same being my bonafide property:

ENTRY FEES MUST ACCOMPANY THIS FORM SECTION NO

CLASS NO

PARTICULARS OR EXHIBITS

ENTRY FEE

Name of Exhibitor:………………………………………………………………………………………………. Address:………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Phone No……………………………………………...Email:…………………………………………………… I understand that entries are accepted entirely at the owners risk and competitors compete at their own risk. The Society, its servants and agents will not be liable for any losses or damage to the exhibits or any property whatsoever and however any such losses or damages be caused. No late entries received. Use separate entry form for each section.

ALL EXHIBITORS MUST TICK ONE OF THE FOLLOWING BOXES AND SIGN:-



I hereby declare that the activity I am engaged in which relates to these entries is a recreational Hobby undertaken by me.



I am registered for GST and my ABN Number is:…………………………………………….. Signed…………………………………………….

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Date……………………………………………….

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DOB

Breed

Name of Sire

Name of Dam

I hereby enter the above subject to the rules and regulations of the Monto & District Show Society

Name of exhibit

Email:

Address:

Name:

Date:

Phone:

Signed:

Direct Deposit Details: NAB BSB 084 826 A/C 508 860 159 Please use Your Name & ―STUD‖ as reference

Entries will not be accepted unless accompanied by Entry Form

I am registered for GST & my ABN is: ………..……….

 I hereby declare that the activity I am engaged in which relates to these entries is a recreational Hobby undertaken by me.

Class

All Stud Cattle Entry forms t0 - Bec Wilson [email protected] or ph 4167 2037 All Goat Entries to [email protected] or PO Box 81 Monto QLD 4630

· STUD ENTRY FORM · STUD CATTLE · GOATS ·

MONTO & DISTRICT SHOW SOCIETY

Entry Fee

POULTRY TROPHY LIST GRAND CHAMPION BIRD OF SHOW - Sponsored by the Poultry Club RESERVE CHAMPION BIRD OF SHOW - Sponsored by Nowland Brothers CHAMPION LARGE HARDFEATHER - Sponsored by S & W A Thomsett CHAMPION LARGE SOFTFEATHER - Sponsored by N Keitley CHAMPION HARDFEATHER BANTAM - Sponsored by Mrs C M Nowland CHAMPION SOFTFEATHER BANTAM - Sponsored by H Surtees CHAMPION PAIR OF SHOW - Sponsored by E F& P R Bowles YOUNG JUDGES COMPETITION—POULTRY Young judges (10-18yrs) report to the Stewards at 2pm Saturday 23rd April 2016 Entry Free Prize Money 1st $20 2nd $10 3rd $5

SECTION 5A CAGE BIRDS FINCHES, BUDGERIGARS, CANARIES & PARROTS Steward-Poultry Club Members Entry Fee-50 cents Entries Close: 20th April 2016. A class will be made for each breed entered in this section Protected Birds: Must be from Registered Aviary and held under special permit issued by DPI. Any variety of bird conforming to this may be shown. CONDITIONS: Entries must be in the hands of the Steward by 9.00am on the first morning of the Show. Exhibitors must supply their own cage of standard sizes and type for the particular type of bird entered and must attach their name to the back or underneath of the cage. No bird shall be removed from the pavilion without the permission of the Steward PRIZES: 1st $2 2nd $1 3rd Place Card A section will be made for school children in all classes in this section. Entry forms to be marked ―School Children‘s Section‖ GRAND CHAMPION BIRD - SASH

SECTION 5B—PIDGEONS Stewards: Members of the Poultry Club. Entry Fee: 50 cents Entries Close: 20th April 2016 PRIZES: 1st $2 2nd $1 All Birds to be in the hands of the Stewards by 8.30am on the first day of the Show. Ringed Birds to have standard metal rings only. GRAND CHAMPION PIGEON OF SHOW - TROPHY sponsored by R & L Nowland RESERVE CHAMPION PIGEON OF SHOW - TROPHY sponsored by E Surtees 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Chequer Cock Chequer Hen Barred Cock Barred Hen Red or Red Chequer Cock Red or Red Chequer Hen Grizzle Cock

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8. Grizzle Hen 9. Gay or Slightly Pied Cock 10. Gay or Slightly Pied Hen 11. A.O.C. Cock 12. A.O.C. Hen 13. Fancy Pigeon—Variety to be stated on entry form 14. Utility Pigeon - Any Variety or colour

SECTION 6– WOODCHOP EVENTS ENTRIES CLOSE 11th APRIL 2016 Steward: Grant Burnham Ph: 4167 8902 ONE DAY SHOW:- 23rd APRIL 2016—10am Nomination to be sent to: Queensland Axeman‘s Assoc. P O Box 1160 Woodford Qld 4514 Entry fees must accompany entries. No blocks will be provided for late entries and the society reserves the right to cancel any event if insufficient entries are received or to re-arrange the program. TITLE

PRIZE MONEY 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH

NOMS

1.

250mm (10‖) Standing Chop

$100 $50

$30

$12

2.

300mm (12‖) Underhand Chop

$100

$50 $30

$12

3.

300mm (12‖) Standing Chop

$100 $50

$30

$12

4.

275mm (11‖) Underhand Chop

$100 $50

$30

$12

5.

275mm (11‖) C Grade Standing Championship

$100 $50

$30

$12

6.

300mm (12‖) B Grade Standing Championship

$100 $50 $30

$12

7.

300mm (12‖) A Grade Standing Championship

$100 $50 $30

$12

PROUDLY SPONSORED BY Monto Irrigation & Plumbing Monto Rural Traders Doc’s Tyrepower Bonnie Doone Reds

Mr Jeff Seeney MP Baldwins Sand & Gravel DJ’s Steel & Concrete LG & RE Benecke Earthmoving

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SECTION 6A—CHAINSAW EVENTS CHIEF STEWARD: Mr Francis Curtis PHONE: 07 41 661619 SATURDAY 23rd APRIL 2016 ENTRY FEE: $6 Prize money to 4 places NOMINATIONS CLOSE: 14th April 2016- No late entries accepted The Society thanks MONTO RURAL TRADERS for their donation of $100 towards prize money. DRAW: 9.30 am . First Race to commence at 10am SHARP CONDITONS OF ENTRY: 1. The Committee has the right to alter any event if necessary 2. The Judges decision is final 3. No late entries will be accepted 4. Monto Chainsaw events will run to the QCRA Rules with the visually standard rule added to all races except the Open Special SPEED CUTTING / POST RIPPING: CLASSES: 1. Up to 75cc - Modified Production Saw 2. Up to 100cc - Modified Production Saw 3. Open - Unlimited Production Saw 4. Disc Stacking - Production Saw 5. Up to 100cc Post Rip 6. Open Post Rip 7. Novice Post Rip 8. Novelty Event

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SECTION 7—PASTURE PADDOCK COMPETITION Steward: G Sanderson, B Kerr Entry Fees: $3.30 Entries Close: One week prior to Show Judging: Show Week Minimum Area: Two Hectares 1. Dryland Improved Pasture. Trophy 2. Irrigated Improved Pasture. Trophy sponsored by Monto Irrigation & Plumbing 3. Pure Lucerne. Sponsored by Monto Show Society

SECTION 8—FARM PRODUCE Chief Steward: R Larsen Stewards: C List, A Maynard, Jason Larsen, Josh Larsen. Entry Fees: 50 cents Most Points Farm Produce trophy donated by Mr Col List Entries accepted 6-7pm night before Show & up till 9am sharp on 23rd April 2016 Prizes: 1st $2 2nd $1 Class 10-14 1st $5 2nd $3 Class 15 1st $10 2nd $6 3rd $2 REGULATIONS: 1. All entries must be the property of the exhibitor 2. All entries must be on an entry form filled out in advance to help stewards. 3. All exhibits will be judged on the commercial value 4. The quality of produce shall be assessed by such factors as maturity, freshness, internal characteristics and freedom from diseases, insect damage and blemishes. Uniformity with regard to colour, size and maturity is essential. 5. The Stewards are empowered to place an exhibit in its correct class if it has been incorrectly placed by an exhibitor 6. Labels will be supplied by the Society when entries are accepted, and must be filled in and attached to all exhibits before being delivered to the Stewards prior to the Show 7. If less than three entries in a class, first prize may be reduced by 30%, Second card 8. Exhibitors wishing to donate their exhibits to the Society for sale, please indicate on entry form and advise Stewards. AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE MAIZE Variety must be named 1. Six cobs, Green 2. Six stalks maize with cobs, Not in milk 3. Six stalks maize with cobs, Green GRAIN SORGHUM Variety must be named 4. Six heads, Hybrid 5. Single head grain sorghum 6. GRAIN SORGHUM CHAMPIONSHIP Points awarded for commercial value. 1st $4 & ROSETTE, 2nd $2 To comprise 6 complete plants, varieties to be named 50

OTHER GRAIN Variety must be named 7. Bundle of soya bean plants—mature 8. Bundle of mung bean plants—mature 9. Bundle of navy bean plants—mature LUCERNE Variety must be named Prize Money Sponsor Maynard Lucerne 10. Lucerne Hay, One bale, Shedded 11. Lucerne Hay, One bale, Prime Green 12. AOV hay, One bale 13. Lucerne Chaff, Half bag-Hessian, Prime Green 14. One bundle Green Lucerne, suitable for green fodder-not less than 10cm diameter

15. Barry Allen Memorial Shield LUCERNE CHAMPIONSHIP Comprising—1 bale Shedded Hay, 1 bale Prime Green Hay & 1 bundle of Prime Lucerne (not less than 10cm diameter) FODDERS -all classes, variety must be named 16. One bundle Siratro 17. One bundle Pasture Legumes 18. One bundle Green Pasture 19. One bundle Oats 20. One bundle Rye Grass 21. One bundle Green Rhodes Grass 22. One bundle Green Panic Grass

23. 24. 25. 26.

One bundle Buffel Grass One bundle Forage Sorghum One bundle Forage, any other variety Collection, Green Fodder, grown on one farm. Displayed and each variety to be named. (Rosette & Larsen Trophy)

SILAGE—variety must be named 27. Pit Silage - Maize - 5 kgs 28. Pit Silage - AOV - 5 kgs 29. Round Bale Silage - Lucerne - 5 kgs 30. Round Bale Silage - AOV - 5 kgs

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SECTION 9—VEGETABLES, DAIRY PRODUCE & EGGS Chief Steward: Barry Mundt Stewards: Pat Curtis, John Dahtler All entries accepted up till 9am on the first day of the Show Entry Fee: 50 cents Prizes: 1st $2 unless otherwise stated 2nd $1 Extra classes will be made if sufficient entries CON BURKE MEMORIAL TROPHY FOR MOST POINTS IN PUMPKIN CLASSES TROPHY FOR MOST POINTS IN SECTION 9 Sponsored by Duck Inn Store REGULATIONS: 1. All entries must be the property of the exhibitor 2. All entries must be on an entry form filled out in advance to help stewards. 3. All exhibits will be judged on the commercial value 4. The quality of vegetables shall be assessed by such factors as maturity, freshness, internal characteristics and free from diseases, insect damage and blemishes. Uniformity with regard to colour, size and maturity is essential. 5. The Judge is empowered to place an exhibit in its correct class if it has been incorrectly placed by an exhibitor. 6. Labels will be supplied by the Society when entries are accepted, and must be filled in and attached to all exhibits before being delivered to the Stewards prior to the Show. 7. If less than three entries in a class, First prize may be reduced by 30%. Second card only. 8. Exhibitors wishing to donate their exhibits to the Society for sale, please indicate on entry form and advise Stewards. HINTS ON BETTER PRESENTATION Stems should be cut off evenly. Exhibits should be free of dirt or foreign matter. Colour to be as stated in the class.

This year the Monto Show Society is proud to have

Tom Wyatt as our guest judge Tom will also be having Question & Answer sessions in the Monto Magic Tent on Saturday

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VEGETABLES 1. Plate of Beans any variety 2. Plate of Beans, green 3. Peanuts on bush 4. Nuts, any variety. Shelled or Husked. 5. Pecan Nuts 6. Macadamia Nuts 7. Plate of ripe tomatoes (6 or more) 8. Plate of green tomatoes 9. Tomatoes on stem 10. Plate of egg tomatoes 11. Oxe Heart Tomatoes 12. Collection Tomatoes Ripe or Green 13. Bunch white turnips 14. Three roots carrots 15. Three roots radish 16. Three roots beetroot 17. Six stalks silverbeet 18. Collection of herbs - to be named 19. Plate of chilli 20. Plate of capsicum. Red 21. Plate of capsicum. Green 22. Three chokos, green or yellow 23. Cucumbers-three for salad, long green 24. Cucumbers-three apple 25. Eschallots, one bundle 26. Collection of vegetables from any one garden or farm, not less than 7 varieties One sample or bunch of each variety. Collection should be displayed openly and varieties named 27. High school/ primary school students. Collection of vegetables from any one garden or farm not less than 7 varieties One sample or bunch of each variety. Collection should be displayed openly and varieties named. Sponsored by Monto Show Society 1st $5 2nd $ 1 28. English potatoes, 2kg 29. Sweet potatoes, yellow 2kg 30. Sweet potatoes, red 2kg 31. Largest 3 sweet potatoes—judged on weight

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Collection of sweet potatoes, 2kg each variety (3 or more varieties) 33. Two yellow squash 34. Two white squash 35. Plate of button squash 36. Heaviest pie melon 37. Pie melon (best for jam) 38. Rosellas, 1 plate 39. Zucchini, three 40. Three cobs Sweet Corn 41. Plate peas, any variety 42. Avocados, three round 43. Avocados, three oblong 45. Lettuce, any variety 46. Egg plant DAIRY PRODUCE AND EGGS 47. 1doz eggs, to be judged on weight 48. 1doz eggs (white shelled) most suitable for market 1st $5 49. 1doz hen eggs (brown shelled) most suitable or market 1st $5 50. Best setting of hen eggs 51. One setting of eggs, any other variety A setting of eggs is twelve. PUMPKINS 52. Two best table pumpkins 53. Two Queensland Blue pumpkins 54. Two Crown Pumpkins 55. Two Triamble pumpkins 56. Two Bugle pumpkins 57. Two Butternut pumpkins 58. Two Jap pumpkins. Green variety 59. Two Jap Pumpkins. Red Variety 60. Two large pumpkins, any other variety. Not already catered for and to be named. 61. Two small pumpkins, any other variety. Not already catered for and to be named. 62. Two gramma pumpkins 63. Heaviest Cattle pumpkin. 64. Collection of pumpkins, one only minimum of 4 different varieties 53

SECTION 10—FRUIT Chief Steward: Kim Mundt

Stewards Barry Mundt, John Kling

All entries accepted up till 9.00am first day of Show Prize Money: 1st $2, 2nd $1, except otherwise stated Entry Fees: 50 cents Judges decision will be final REGULATIONS: 1. All entries must be the property of the exhibitor 2. All entries must be on an entry form filled out in advance to help stewards. 3. All exhibits will be judged on the commercial value 4. The quality of fruit shall be assessed by such factors as maturity, freshness, internal characteristics and free from diseases, insect damage and blemishes. Uniformity with regard to colour, size and maturity is essential 5. The judge is empowered to place an exhibit in its correct class if it has been incorrectly placed by an exhibitor 6. Labels will be supplied by the Society when entries are accepted, and must be filled in and attached to all exhibits before being delivered to the Stewards prior to the Show 7. If less than three entries in a class, first prize may be reduced by 30%, Second-card only Classes 1 to 13 need only be a plate of 4, Ripe or Green Most points in Section 10: - $10 donated by Barry Mundt Prize money of $15 for 1st and $5 for second has been donated by Cyril Roth for the best flavored watermelon from Classes 14 & 15.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

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Oranges, Navel Oranges, Joppa Oranges, any other variety Mandarins, Imperial Mandarins, any other variety Lemons, Common Lemons, Lisbon Lemons, any other variety Lemonades Grapefruit Grapefruit. Red Cumquats, half dozen

13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

Limes Persimmons Watermelon, AOV Watermelon, Champagne Passionfruit, three red/purple Ripe Passionfruit, three yellow Ripe Custard Apple Fruit any other variety, ripe or green Collection of fruit, 4 or more, to be named

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SECTION 12—PHOTOGRAPHY AMATEURS ONLY Professional photographers must not enter Amateur Section Stewards: Helen Goody, Carly Burnham & Amy Smith Entries: Close Monday 18th April 2016 (Photos, completed entry forms & entry fee) Entry Fee: 50 cents Prizes: 1st $3 2nd $2 3rd $1 MOST POINTS MOST POINTS LOCAL PHOTOGRAPHER CHAMPION COLOUR PRINT CHAMPION BLACK & WHITE PRINT

Trophy Donated by Frank & Gloria Goody Trophy Donated by Gerry & Sandra Morgan Trophy Donated by Tracie Pattie Trophy Donated by Carly Burnham

Entries may be dropped off & picked up from Suncorp Monto (Photos, completed entry forms & entry fee in a named sealed envelope or folder) CONDITIONS: 1. Photos must be 15cm x 10cm (6 inches by 4 inches) 2. Photos to be mounted on black cardboard with a border of 1cm 3. Velcro (hooked side) on back of cardboard, so photos can be displayed 4. Photographer's name, section number & class number to be clearly marked on the back 5. Photos that have won a prize at a previous Monto Show are ineligible to enter 6. Humorous Caption to be part of photo or on slip of paper, not on back of photo 7. Professional photographers can not enter photos in section 12 (see section12A) 8. No digital enhancement. Please refer to section 12A for digitally enhance photographs. 9. Limit of two entries per exhibitor per class

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CLASS

DESCRIPTION

1

Landscape

Scenic view of land

2

Seascape or Water Scene

Oceans, Rivers, Dams, Waterfalls etc

3

Child Study

Study of a Child or Children—preferably not posed

4

Children at play

Child or Children engaged in childlike activities

5

Portrait—Adult or child

Photograph of one person

6

Domestic Pet / Pets

Dogs, cats, guinea pigs etc

7

Nature Study

Photos depicting nature eg flora, insects, nests etc

8

Animal Study

Study of Animal/s, reptiles, amphibian, fish or mammal

9

Bird Study

Study of bird/s, poultry or waterfowl

10

Sequence of Three

Three photographs of an event in sequence To be marked 1,2,3 or a,b,c

11

Flower Study

Flower or flowers

12

Sunrise/Sunset

Sky or the effects of sunrise or sunset

13

Architectural

Buildings, bridges, fences—any man made structure

14

Rural Life

Depicting life on the land

15

Action Shot

Conveying action in sport, vehicle, person, animal etc

16

Baby/Babies

Babies 0-12mths old

17

Humorous (with caption)

Amusing photos with humorous caption (see Condition 6)

18

Abstract

Anything unusual, interesting wacky or bizarre

19

Hard Days Work

People involved in their everyday work

20

Still Life

Inanimate objects—fruit bowls etc

21

Relationships

Depicting friendship, love, tenderness, mates

22

Animals & their people

Animal/s with their person/people

23

Reflections

Reflections created by water glass, metal, mirror etc

24

Novice—any subject

A novice competitor is a person who has not won a first prize or champion at any previous Monto Show. Novice competitors may enter in other classes.

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SECTION 12A—OPEN PHOTOGRAPHY Open to all competitors—Amateur, Professional & Juvenile Stewards: Helen Goody, Carly Burnham, Amy Smith Entries Close: 5pm Monday 18th April (photos, completed entry forms & entry fee) Entry Fee: 50c Prizes: 1st $3 2nd $2 3rd $1 CHAMPION PRINT RESERVE CHAMPION PRINT

Trophy donated by Helen Goody Trophy donated by Michele Goody

Entries maybe dropped off & picked up from Suncorp Monto (photos, completed entry forms & entry fee in a named sealed envelope or folder) Conditions: 1. Photographs can be any size and to be mounted on Black Cardboard with a small boarder around edge & Velcro (hooked side) on the back, enough Velcro to hold the photo on free standing carpet stands. 2. Photographer‘s Name, Section & Class number clearly marked on back of mount. 3. Limit of two entries per class per exhibitor. 4. Photographs that have won a prize at a previous Monto Show are ineligible to enter. 5. Photos not to be removed from display by exhibitors. 6. Class 6 is the only class to have digitally enhanced photographs (other than cropping or red eye removal) 7. Digitally Enhanced Photography (Class 6) any subject. Original/s to be submitted with entry for display beside enhanced photo. Original photo/s does not have to be the same size as enhanced photo CLASS

DESCRIPTION

1

Portrait

Photograph of one person—Adult or child

2

Country

Anything to do with living in the country or rural areas

3

Animal, bird or Reptile

All animal/s, bird/s, reptile/s

4

Nature Study

Flora, insects, nests, flowers etc

5

Scenery

Scenic view of the land, water or sky (eg sunrise/set & clouds)

6

Digitally Enhanced Photography

See condition 7

7

Action Shot

Conveying action in sport, vehicle, person, animal etc

8

Monto Show

Any photo taken at the Monto Show

9

2016 Year of the Pulse Crop

Faba/broad bean, field pea, lentil, lupin, mung bean, azuki bean, navy bean, cowpea, vetch or pigeon pea

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SECTION 12B—JUVENILE PHOTOGRAPHY Amateurs Only. Stewards: Helen Goody, Carly Burnham & Amy Smith Entries Close: 5pm Monday 18th April (photos, completed entry forms & entry fee) Entry Fee: 50c Prizes: 1st $2 2nd $1 3rd $.50c Entries maybe dropped off & picked up from Suncorp Monto. (Photos, completed entry forms & entry fee in a sealed envelope or folder) Conditions: 1. Photos must be 15cm x 10cm (6 inches x 4 inches), 2. Photos to be mounted on black cardboard with a border of 1cm, and Velcro (hooked side) on back of cardboard so photos can be displayed. 3. Photographer‘s name, section number and class number to be clearly marked on the back. 4. Photos that have won a prize at a previous Monto Show are ineligible to enter. 5. Photos not to be removed from display by Exhibitors. 6. Images to be straight out of the camera with no digital enhancement. Please refer to section 12A for digitally enhance photographs CHAMPION PRINT UNDER 13yrs CHAMPION PRINT UNDER 17yrs

Trophy Donated by Rhonda Knight Trophy Donated by Sonya Clarke

13yrs to UNDER 17

UNDER 13 1B

2B 3B 4B 5B

6B

Person, people or crowd

Any photo a person, people or crowd

Anything that relates to living in the country or rural area Animal, bird Any photo of animal/s, or reptile bird/s or reptile/s Country

Scenic view of land, water, sky, sunrise/set Anything unusual, Abstract interesting, bizzare or wacky Conveying action in Action Shot sport, vehicle, person animal Scenery

7B

8B 9B

Person, people or crowd

Any photo of a person, people or crowd

Anything that relates to living in the country or rural area Animal, bird Any photo of animal/s, or reptile bird/s or reptile/s Country

10B

Scenery

Scenic view of land, water, sky, sunrise/set

11B

Still Life

Inanimate objects eg fruit bowl etc

12B

Action Shot

Conveying action in sport, vehicle, person animal

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SECTION 13—LAPIDARY Stewards: Members Monto Lapidary Club Inc. The Monto Lapidary Club will arrange a display of various lapidary articles

DOG SHOW SATURDAY 23rd APRIL 2016 Judging commences 9am Conducted under the rules of the Canine Control Council Classes as per advertisement in Dog World

ACCEPTANCE OF ENTRIES The attention of intending exhibitors is drawn to the fact that entries are accepted subject to rules of the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies in addition to any Special Regulations which appear within the schedule

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SECTION 15A—FLORAL ART Stewards:

Barry Wait & Margaret Boothby Entry Fee: 50c Prizes: 1st Trophy 2nd $1 Entries to be in hands of Stewards by 9am Saturday, 23rd April 2016 SPECIAL TROPHIES: CHAMPION FLORAL ART (ROSETTE) TROPHY– Mrs Bronwyn Burnham To be chosen from Open or Novice classes. SPECIAL ENCOURAGEMENT AWARD CLASSES 7 - 10 INCLUSIVE. TROPHY– Mrs Margaret Boothby MOST POINTS - JILL ROTH MEMORIAL TROPHY Donated by Cyril Roth, Noel & Colin Downie, Elaine Laing and Families. CLAUSES: Other foliage, bases, artificially coloured material, drapes and accessories may be used but not essential, unless otherwise stated. Accessories may be used in any arrangement but plant material must predominate. Either Modern or Traditional designs may be followed unless otherwise specified. The first named colour or material must predominate. Background wall is black. Please note well: All arrangements, including Juvenile, must be of fresh flowers and foliage unless otherwise stated. Naturally dried plant material may be used as accessories.

OPEN 1. Crescent Arrangement Trophy—Mrs Margaret Boothby 2. Artifical Flowers—as you like it Trophy—Mr & Mrs Barry Wait 3. Single Bloom with flair Trophy Mrs Irene Bishop 4. Amazing Foliage Trophy—Monto Hardware & Plumbing 5. Succulents with Old Timber or wood Anne’s Tres Chic Giftware 6. Most of one Colour Trophy—Jan Price

NOVICE—Open to exhibitors who have not won a prize in previous Monto Show 7. On my Patio Table Trophy Mrs Thelma Ruthenberg JUVENILE 13-17yrs 8. Vegetable or Fruit and Flower Sculpture Trophy—Marian Schulke JUVENILE 8-12yrs 9. Decorated Hat with Flowers Trophy—Marian Schulke JUVENILE 7yrs & under 10. Taking Flowers to Market in My Ute Trophy Mr & Mrs Barry Wait

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SECTION 15—HORTICULTURE ALL EXHIBITS IN PAVILION MUST REMAIN UNTIL 3PM ON THE SECOND DAY OF THE SHOW Stewardesses: Mrs P Stewart, Mrs J Kling All flowers must have been grown by the exhibitor with the exception of those in Floral Art. All exhibits in this section must be in the Stewards‘ hands not later than 9am on the first day of the Show (earlier if Possible). Where collection is stated, one of each variety or colour. TROPHIES: CHAMPION ROSE –Donated by P Stewart and ROSETTE. Judged from Class 1 to Class 13 CHAMPION FLOWER (OTHER THAN ROSE) Donated by J Kling & ROSETTE CHAMPION GERANIUM:- $15 RESERVE CHAMPION GERANIUM:- $10 Sponsored by Joan Derrick COLLECTION OF FLOWERS FROM YOUR OWN GARDEN MRS STAN FORSYTH MEMORIAL TROPHY Donated by R & D Forsyth PRIZE MONEY: 1st $2 2nd $1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

One Rose, White One Rose, Red One Rose, Pink One Rose, Yellow One Rose, Shaded One Rose, best scented One Rose full bloom any colour One Rose, any colour not specified above One truss Floribunda or Polyanthus rose Cluster of miniature rose Rose bud to full bloom (3 on one stem)

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ENTRY FEE: 12. 13.

14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

50 cents

Rose, bud to full bloom (4 stems same rose) Collection of roses HT 1 stem different variety or colour. (Not less than 6) One Carnation. (Remove extra buds.) Carnations, 3 different Chrysanthemum, 1 Stem Chrysanthemums, 3stems of different flowers or colours Chrysanthemum Collection, not less than 6 stems multiple blooms. One Dahlia, any variety Three Dahlia, 3 colours or variety

21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

Gerbera, 1 Single Gerbera, 1 Double Gerbera, 1 Hybrid Gerbera, 1 Mona Lisa Gerbera, collection of all or any of the varieties listed Geranium, 1 Single Geranium, 1 Double Geranium Collection, Not less than 6 different, any varieties including Ivy Geranium Ivy, 1 stem Geranium Ivy, 3 stems, different Bulbous or Tuberous, 1 stem. Not Dahlia

32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41.

Marigolds—Same or Different Any other flower, one stem Any other flower, more than one stem Petunias container Dianthus Bougainvillea, 1 stem Bougainvillea Collection 4 or more different One Stem Coloured Foliage Collection of Flowers from your garden Collection 4 distinct flowering shrubs or trees.

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SECTION 16—POT PLANTS & FERNS ALL EXHIBITS IN PAVILION MUST REMAIN UNTIL 3pm SECOND DAY OF SHOW Steward: Jan Price, Narelle Goody and Stuart Wait Entries are to be in to the Pavilion by 8.30am on the first day of the Show (earlier if possible). Plants may be left at Show pavilion the previous night if convenient. Entry Fee: 50 cents Prize Money: 1st $2 2nd $1 Pot and Plants must be in clean condition. Plants to be owned for at least 3 months. Pot and Containers to be no larger than 30cm diameter, except for hanging baskets. Exhibits must not be sprayed with leaf shine. MOST POINTS - Sponsored by Mrs Brenda Dennien CHAMPION POT PLANT OR HANGING POT - other than fern or orchid Trophy sponsored by Mrs B Dennien and Rosette CHAMPION FERN OF SHOW Trophy sponsored by Mrs I Bishop and Rosette CHAMPION POT PLANT IN FLOWER Trophy sponsored by Mrs P Stewart and Rosette MOST POINTS IN JUNIOR SECTION Sponsored by Gerry’s Nursery & Aquarium If sufficient entries, discretion of Stewards to make a new class 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Maidenhair fern in pot or basket Nephrolepis fern in pot (fishbone) Fern in pot, any other variety Hanging basket, fern Hanging basket-other than fernAOV One Coleus in pot One Begonia in pot or basket, Rex or Fibrous Cane Begonia One Syngonium in pot or basket One pot plant (Dracaena, Dieffenbachia, Cordyline, or Aglaonema) One Peperomia or Pilea in pot One plant in flower in pot (not orchid) One Orchid in flower One Cactus in pot

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15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

One Container of Cacti, any variety One Succulent in pot One Container of Succulents, any variety One pot plant-variegated-any variety Any pot plant, not specified One miniature Rose in pot One pot Bromeliad

JUNIOR SECTION (6-12 yrs) Plants are to be owned by exhibitor Pots not to exceed 200mm 22. Fern in pot, any variety 23. Hanging basket, other than fern 24. Any pot plant, not specified 25. Any pot plant, variegated, any variety

SECTION 17—JUVENILE DISPLAY PRIMARY SCHOOLS Principals & teaching staff of Monto State, Mulgildie State & St Therese are invited to arrange a display at the show. This will be a non-competitive display which will enable parents and the public to see work done by pupils giving them a greater appreciation of present day teaching methods. MONTO HIGH SCHOOL The Principal and Teaching Staff of the Monto High School are invited to arrange a noncompetitive display for this Show. This will cover many areas of work undertaken by high school students.

EDUCATION ON SHOW The Education on Show competition is devoted to showcasing work by Queensland students. Education on Show covers a wide range of contemporary curriculum related skills and activities. The competition has been designed to encourage students to strive to do their best as the school‘s selected best works will be judged and on display at the Ekka. The competition has also been designed to encourage teachers to use as a resource tool of assessment and fit seamlessly in to the classroom teachings. Schedules are available from www.ekka.com.au Or contact the Secretary for more information

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SECTION 18—HANDCRAFT Chief Stewardess: Marian Schulke. Stewardesses: Margaret Stewart, Carol Larsen, Lyn Tucker & Karen Pick. Entries Close: Wednesday 20th April 2016 Judging: Thursday 21st April 2016 Entry Fee: 50 cents Prizes: 1st $2, 2nd $1 where no trophy or donation given. REGULATIONS: 1. All exhibits must be the work of the competitor and completed WITHIN THE LAST 3 YEARS. 2. The same exhibit cannot compete in more than one class. 3. Exhibits to consist of one article only, unless otherwise specified. 4. Factory made articles will not be allowed to compete. 5. All exhibits washed will be disqualified, except Fabric Painting, Stretch Sewing, Quilting, Patchwork or Appliqué. 6. All collections to be mounted (on soft cardboard) otherwise will be disqualified. 7. The Society reserves the right to refuse any entry (vide By-Laws). 8. Crochet work to be mounted (soft cardboard). 9. Soiled work definitely will not be judged. 10. Exhibits, which have won a first prize at a previous Monto Show, are not eligible. 11. Exhibits to remain until 3pm on the second day of Show. 12. All Handcraft to be left at the Pavilion Office by 6pm on Wednesday 20th April 2016 NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS TIME DEFINITIONS: GARMENT ARTICLE ENTRY ITEM

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TROPHIES: Encouragement Awards:

MAY BE WORN CANNOT BE WORN CAN BE EITHER GARMENT OR ARTICLE CAN BE EITHER

$5 for each winning entry in classes 54-62 Junior classes 13-18yrs Sponsored by Carolyn Larsen $5 for each wining entry in classes 63-71 in Junior classes 12yrs & under Sponsored by Carolyn Larsen Most Points (Open Classes) Mrs C Schimke Champion Entry In each sub-class from Embroidery to Bits & Pieces (5 subclasses) $10 plus ribbon Sponsored by Marion Schulke Most Points in Embroidery Lyn Tucker Most Points in Crochet Ann Parker Most Points in Knitting Marian Schulke Most Points in Crochet Yarn Mrs Jean King Most Entries in Handcraft, provided of sufficient merit—Mrs A Doyle Memorial Trophy Cheryl Doyle Best of Show, Patchwork and Quilting $20 Monto Quilters. Patchwork, Quilting, Appliqué 1st $5 2nd $2 for each Class Monto Quilters. Most66 Outstanding Entry in Classes 1-41 Stitch N Stash

TROPHIES: Class 2. Redwork—Joan Farrell Class 5. Candlewicking—June Kilah Class 8. Any item featureing embroidery— Sylvia Spletter Class 20. Baby‘s 3 piece set -Jean Woodward Class 28. Small entry—Joan Farrell Class 32. Dress Hanger—Mrs Lorna Booth Class 33. Pot Holder—Mrs Meg Ward Class 34. Item for Bazaar- Mrs Wilma Loutitt

CLASSES: EMBROIDERY 1. Item of traced embroidery 2. Redwork Embroidery 3. Counted cross stitch (Assisi etc) 4. Counted thread work 5. Any entry featuring candlewicking 6. Tapestry - Traditional any article, mounted 7. Tapestry - Long stitch, mounted 8. Any item featuring Embroidery 9. Any item featuring ribbon embroidery 10. Article by competitor over 65 years CROCHET (mercerized unless otherwise stated) 11. Handkerchief with crochet edge and/ or corner 12. Table centre in white, cream or ecru 13. Table Centre - coloured 14. Centre in knitting cotton 15. Any entry with motifs in mercerized or knitting cotton. 16. Crochet entry, competitor over 65yrs

Class 35. Cushion—Mrs Carolyn Larsen Class 36. Soft Toy—Mrs Jeanette Penney Class 39. Tea Cosy—Miss Girlie Goody Class 41. Sewing—Mrs Barbara Burnham Class 79. Any other Soft Craft— Marian Schulke Class 80. Any other Hard Craft—Leila Smith Class 83. One Person Exhibit-Soft Craft– Marian Schulke Class 84. One Person Exhibit-Hard CraftMarian Schulke

HAND KNITTING 17. Baby‘s bonnet and booties set 18. Baby‘s footwear 19. Baby‘s headwear 20. Baby‘s three piece set 21. Jumper or cardigan, child or adult 22. Small Entry (50cm limit) 23. Knitted rug 24. Knitted entry competitor over 65 yrs CROCHET - YARN 25. Baby‘s bonnet and booties set. 26. Baby‘s Footwear 27. Baby‘s Headwear. 28. Small entry (50cm limit) 29. Crochet rug 30. Entry by competitor over 65 years BITS & PIECES 31. Bag—any medium 32. Dress hanger 33. Pot holder 34. Item suitable for Bazaar - any work 35. Cushion cover, any type of work or 67 material

36. Soft toy - any material - must have childish appeal and ease of handling 37. Doll. Doll & clothing must all be work of exhibitor 38. Dressed Doll including underclothing 39. Tea Cosy 40. Entry made from recyclable material 41. Sewing—any entry QUILTING, PATCHWORK, APPLIQUE 42. Quilt: Hand appliqued 43. Quilt: Pieced 44. Quilt: Machine quilted by Exhibitor 45. Table centre or runner—pieced 46. Table centre or runner—Hand appliqued 47. Wall hanging—pieced 48. Wall hanging—hand appliqued 49. Any item of stained glass or lead lighting. 50. Any Item featuring Machine Applique 51. Patchwork: any item 52. Novice: any item pieced 53. Novice: any item appliqued *Novice is anyone who has NOT won in a quilting, patchwork or appliqué class before*

JUNIOR SECTION 13 - 18 YEARS 54. Any item - knitting or crochet 55. Entry made on a loom 56. Sewing - any item 57. Cushion Cover (with insert) 58. Beadwork - any item 59. Lego (up to 30cm) Kit form 60. Lego (up to 30cm) Own construction 61. Entry - woodwork or metalwork 62. Any other entry CHILDREN 12 YEARS AND UNDER 63. Any item - knitting or crochet 64. Entry made on a loom 65. Sewing any item 66. Beadwork - any item 67. Lego (up to 30cm) Kit form 68. Lego (up to 30cm) Own construction 69. Paddle pop or matchstick construction 70. Any other entry 71. Pet Rock (Prep or Under exhibitor only)

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ANY OTHER CRAFT 72. Any item of fabric painting 73. Folk Art, any subject, any item 74. Pottery, Hand built, any item 75. Fabric covered and decorated box 76. Beadwork - earrings 77. Beadwork - any other item 78. Any other handmade entry - soft craft 79. Any other handmade entry-hard craft 80. Leatherwork - any entry 81. Papercraft - two cards - mounted 82. One person exhibit, not less than five and not more than eight items of soft craft. 83. One person exhibit, not less than five and not more than eight items of hard craft.

QCAS—NATURAL FIBRES A QCAS Competition aimed at attracting amateur dress makers & aspiring designers. This competition provides the perfect opportunity for enthusiasts to display their latest creations in front of large audiences at the EKKA

QCAS—QUILTS With classes for both professionals & nonprofessionals the QUILTS ACROSS QUEENSLAND competition displays modern & traditional style quilts at the Royal Queensland Show and judges Pieced quilts, Applique and other Small Quilts.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON EITHER NATURAL FIBRES OR QUILTS ACROSS QUEENSLAND PLEASE CONTACT THE SECRETARY OR VISIT www.ekka.com.au

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SECTION 19—FINE ARTS Stewards: Members of Monto Arts Group, Sue Ison, Elaine Cook. Entry Fees: Class A - $2 Classes B & C - 50 cents ENTRIES CLOSE: To be delivered to Show Grounds by 12 NOON WEDNESDAY 20TH APRIL. No late entries will be accepted. JUDGED THURSDAY 21 ST APRIL REGULATIONS 1. Class A. All pictures, paintings and drawings must be framed or mounted suitable for hanging. 2. All work must be the work of the exhibitor. 3. All Exhibits must be delivered to the pavilion or left with the Secretary of the Show Society prior to 23rd April. 4. All work awarded a First Prize at any previous Monto Show will not be eligible. 5. Late exhibits will not be judged. 6. Exhibits will not be accepted or judged if they are copies, painted by numbers or computerized. ART DEFINITIONS 1. Original means done by the exhibitor, direct from nature or model, not copied from a painting or print. 2. Traditional style means work that is a conventional style not following an abstract school. 3. Still life is an arrangement of inanimate objects: eg. suitable objects are fruit, flowers, bottles etc. 4. A Miniature is to be no more than 75 sq cm or 12 sq in Subjects are to be in proportion within a drawn frame. 5. Abstract means ―to draw from‖ or ―to select‖. 6. A collage means two-dimensional work on paper using a variety of additional materials 7. Mixed media means the use of 2 or more colouring medium in one exhibit. Eg. Crayon and Acrylic, Ink and Pastel, etc PRIZE MONEY CLASS A: 1st $10, 2nd $5 CHAMPION ENTRY - $10 Champion sponsored by Queensland Arts Council - Monto Branch CLASS B: 1st $2.50, 2nd $1.50 CHAMPION ENTRY - $7.50 Champion sponsored by Queensland Arts Council - Monto Branch CLASS C: 1st $2, 2nd $1 CHAMPION ENTRY - $5.00

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CLASS A - OPEN 1. Landscape - traditional, any medium 2. Landscape—expressionistic any medium 3. Seascape or Reef - any medium 4. Human Portrait - any medium 5. Animal Study - any medium 6. Any subject - any medium, traditional 7. Any subject - Pastel 8. Water colour 9. Pen and wash 10. Drawing - any medium 11. Australian Flora - Fauna 12. Still life - any medium 13. Any subject local area - any medium

CLASS B 12-17 yrs - Monto District 14. Australian Flora 15. Australian Fauna/ Wildlife 16. Any subject - traditional, any medium 17. Any subject - abstract, any medium 18. B&W or sepia, any subject or medium 19. Poster, any medium(max - 30cm x 40cm) CLASS C: Under 12 yrs. 20. Favourite TV character 21. My Pet 22. B&W, any subject or medium 23. Poster, Any medium (max—30cm x 40cm) 24. Collage 25. Any subject, any medium

SECTION 20—SCRAPBOOKING & LITERARY COMPETITION PLEASE NOTE CLOSING TIME FOR ENTRIES IS 12 NOON TUESDAY 20th APRIL 2016. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS TIME. Stewards: Marian Schulke Entries Close: Wednesday 20th April 2016—Judged Thursday 21st April 2016 SCRAPBOOKING Prizes: 1st $2 2nd $1 - where no trophy or donation is given. Entry Fee: 50c All Trophies for Scrapbooking are sponsored by Anne’s Tres Chic Giftware OPEN CLASSES 1. Album 2. 2 Pages 3. 1 Page

JUNIOR SECTION. 13—18yrs 4. Album 5. 2 Pages 6. 1 Page CHILDREN SECTION—12yrs & under 7. Scrap Booking—1 page

LITERARY Entry Free. Prize Money 1st $5 2nd $2.50 8. SHORT STORY on ―Spirit of the ANZAC‘s‖ Open to Monto High School students, 350 words 9. SHORT STORY on ―How I Spent Easter‖ - Open to Monto & District Primary School Students, 250 to 300 words 10. Poem ―Original‖ - Open to Monto High School Students, limited to one A4 page 11. Poem ―Original‖ - Open to all Monto & District Primary School Students. Limited to one A4 page

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SECTION 21—JUVENILE COOKING Stewards: Wendy Coulston & Phyllis Schimke Judging: Saturday 10am To be delivered to the Showgrounds by 9am on the first day of the show or the evening before the show Entry Fee: FREE Prize Money: Where no Trophy is given- 1st $1.50 2nd $1 Classes 1 - 22: Entry forms shall be signed by the parent or guardian of the child concerned and must be lodged with Secretary. ALL ENTRIES TO BE THE EXHIBITORS OWN WORK. NO EXHIBIT TO BE REMOVED UNTIL LAST DAY OF SHOW AT 3pm COOKERY UNDER 13 YEARS Trophy for most points: Mrs Dot O’Connor Memorial, Rosette and $10 sponsored by Annette Evans Trophy for Most Number of Entries sponsored by Mrs. Phyllis Schimke DESCRIPTION

TROPHY SPONSOR

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Plate of 4 Ginger Biscuits. Use recipe given Plate of 4 Patty Cakes in paper containers (iced). Plate of 4 Jam Drops

Georgia Pattie Memorial Trophy sponsored by the Pattie Family Mrs Anita Salisbury

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Plate of 4 Anzac biscuits

Marian Schulke

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Mrs Margaret Stewart

Plate of 4 pieces of Chocolate Slice, iced on Mrs A Harrison Memorial Trophy top, 5cm x 5cm—Use recipe given Sponsored by Mr L Harrison & Family

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Plate of 4 Pikelets

Mrs Pat Leahy

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Chocolate Cake, all in together, iced on top, round tin

Mrs Carmel Goody

8

Plate of 4 Muffins– any variety

$5.00 voucher sponsored by Monto

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Packet Cake-Any Variety, as per recipe on packet. Must present empty packet with entry

Mrs Gale Goody

10

Under 13yrs - One Decorated Cupcake

Mrs Wendy Coulston

CHOCOLATE SLICE: 1 cup SR Flour 1 cup Coconut 1/2 cup Sugar 2 tsp Cocoa Pinch salt 4oz Butter melted Method: Combine all ingredients and press into a tin. Bake 25 -30 mins in moderate oven. Ice with chocolate icing and Sprinkle with coconut.

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COOKERY 13-17yrs Trophy for most points: Mrs Dot O’Connor Memorial, Rosette and $15 sponsored by Kerry & Leigh Morley & family Trophy for Most Number of Entries sponsored by Mrs. Phyllis Schimke

Plate of 4 pieces Raspberry Slice, 5cm x 5cm, use recipe given Plate of 4 Anzac biscuits

Mrs Ruby Galloway Memorial Trophy sponsored by the Galloway Family Georgia Pattie Memorial Trophy sponsored by the Pattie Family Trophy sponsored by Mrs Fay Dahtler Marian Schulke

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Plate of 4 Patty Cakes, iced, not in paper Plate of 4 Pieces Chocolate Slice iced on top 5cm x 5cm. Use recipe given Plate of 4 Pikelets

Marian Schulke Mrs CT Seeney Memorial Trophy sponsored by Mrs Fay Dahtler Mrs Margaret Ogle

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Plate of 4 Ginger Biscuits, use Recipe given

Mrs Doris Goody

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Plate of 4 Muffins. Any Variety

$5.00 voucher sponsored by Monto

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Packet Cake Any Variety- as per recipe on Packet, Must present empty packet with entry

Mrs Ann Parker

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Iced Decorated or Novelty Cake

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One Decorated Cupcake

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Chocolate Cake, (Round Tin), iced on top

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Plate of 4 Jam Drops

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1st Mr & Mrs Barry Wait 2nd Mrs Wendy Coulston Mrs Wendy Coulston

GINGER BISCUITS: 125 gms Butter 1 cup Sugar 1 Tblsp Syrup 1 egg ( lightly beaten) 2 cups SR Flour 3 tsps Ginger Method: Melt butter, add to sugar, syrup & egg. Sift in flour, salt and ginger. Mix well. Roll teaspoons into small balls and place on tray, press down. Cook 12 - 15 mins at 180C RASBERRY SLICE: 3/4 Cup Plain Flour 1/4 Cup S.R. Flour 2 Tablespoons Sugar 90 Grams Butter 1 Egg 1/2 Cup Raspberry Jam Topping 1 Egg 2 Tablespoons Sugar 1 1/4 Cups Coconut Method Combine sifted dry ingredients, rub in butter, mix to a soft dough with lightly beaten egg. Press evenly into a 11 inch X 7 inch tin. Half cook in moderate oven. Warm jam and spread evenly over base then topping. Cook in moderate oven 25 - 30 minutes or until golden brown. Topping, Beat egg and sugar together with fork, mix in coconut

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SECTION 22—CAKES & PASTRY ETC Stewards: Mia Francis, Jenny Grealy, Hana Penney, Monica Lobegeier & Michele Goody Entry Fee: 50 cents per entry (unless otherwise stated) To be delivered to the Showgrounds by 9.30am on the first day of the show or the evening before the show accompanied with Entry Form NO EXHIBIT TO BE REMOVED UNTIL LAST DAY OF SHOW AT 3pm SPECIAL NOTES AND REGULATIONS: Sponge Sandwich—to be cooked in round tins only, joined with thin icing. Any other cake, slice or biscuit—to be named on Entry Form. Chocolate Cake—to be iced on top only with chocolate icing to match. Scones—brush off surplus flour. Boiled Fruit Cake—no more than 500gm fruit. Shortbread—round shape, approx. 15-20cm, prick and mark in 8 equal segments. Damper—not to be cooked in tin, when cooked, wrap in wet tea towel to keep moist. Date Loaf—dates cut into 4 pieces is good size. Steam Pudding—hint is to remove lid immediately after cooking. Tip–place hot cakes on clean tea towel or chux on cake cooler to avoid rack marks. Cake Shape–any shape tin may be used unless otherwise specified. OPEN SECTION TROPHY LIST: Prize money Special Trophy

1st Trophy, 2nd $1, (unless otherwise stated) Kentish Cake 1st $40, 2nd $10 sponsored by the Bishop Family, in Memory of Graham Bishop Most Points George & Elsie Morley Memorial Trophy sponsored by the Morley Family Most Number of Entries in Open & Novice Sections Trophy sponsored by the Lobegeier Family. Judges Choice ROSETTE. BURNETT SUB CHAMBER RICH DARK FRUIT CAKE COMPETITION (a) (b) (c)

THE RULES OF THE COMPETITION ARE AS FOLLOWS ENTRY FEE: $1 Only one entry from each show goes to Burnett Sub-Chamber level OWN RECIPE TO BE USED For LOCAL SHOW to be either:1. A half pound (250gm) mixture with approx 1.5kg of fruit to be used including whole currants, cut sultanas and raisins, mixed peel cherries & nuts optional. Baked in an 8inch(20cm) square tin. 2. A one pound (500gm) mixture with approx 2.25 kg of fruit including whole currants, cut sultanas and raisins, mixed peel cherries & nuts optional baked in a 10inch(22.5cm) square tin. For Sub-Chamber and State must be the 500gms recipe in a 10inch tin. FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT THE SHOW OFFICE OR www.queenslandshows.com.au

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OPEN CLASS DESCRIPTION

TROPHY

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Boiled Fruit Cake—FEATURE

1ST $30, 2ND $15, 3RD $5—Mrs Carmel Goody & Monto Show Society

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4 Plain Scones 4 Pumpkin Scones Damper 4 Pikelets 4 Fruit Muffins—no paper 4 Savoury Muffins—no paper Sponge Sandwich—no icing Chocolate Cake—icing to match

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Kentish Cake—iced, bar/loaf tin

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Orange Cake—iced, bar/loaf tin Banana Cake—iced, any tin Carrot Cake—iced, bar/loaf tin Tea Cake—round tin 4 Lamingtons—5cm x 5cms

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Any Other Cake—to be named

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Gingerbread—no icing, square tin

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Date Loaf—no icing Marble Cake—matching icing, round tin 4 Anzac Biscuits 4 Any other Biscuits Shortbread

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4 Pieces Chocolate Slice–iced

Mrs Therese Seeney

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4 Pieces Any Other Slice or Brownie Pumpkin Fruit Cake Sultana Cake

Mrs Amanda Goody Picky’s Pies & Pastry Monto New & Travel

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Plum Pudding—boiled in cloth

Mrs E Ward Memorial Trophy Donated

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Plum Pudding—steamed Rich Fruit Cake

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Decorated Novelty Cake

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Burnett Sub-Chamber—Rich Dark Fruit Cake Competition

Powers Financial Group Monto Hardware & Plumbing Mrs Ruby Galloway Memorial Trophy Donated by the Galloway Family Mrs Jan Sinclair Memorial Donated by Mr James Sinclair

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Mrs Hana Penney Picky’s Pies & Pastry Mrs Jenny Grealy Mrs Mia Francis Annette Williams Picky’s Pies & Pastry Mrs Gale Goody Mrs Therese Pattie 1ST $40, 2ND $10—Bishop Family in Memory of Graham Bishop Mrs Beryl Forsyth Mrs Beryl Avis Mrs Narelle Galloway Mr & Mrs Jeff & Therese Seeney Mrs Margaret Stewart Mrs Doris Mundt Memorial Trophy Donated by Monto O.E.S. Mrs Evelyn Hutton Memorial Donated by Mrs Kerri Williams Picky’s Pies & Pastries Mrs Margaret Shaw Mrs Margaret Ogle Mrs Jeanette Penney Mrs Beryl Pickering

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SECTION 22A—NOVICE COOKING Open to all competitors who have NOT previously won a 1st prize in the Novice or Open Sections at any Monto Show. SPECIAL NOTES & REGULATIONS AS PER OPEN COOKING NOVICE SECTION TROPHY LIST: Prize Money 1st Trophy, 2nd $1 (unless otherwise stated) Most Points Mrs Judy Pownall Most Entries Mrs Kaye Wilson Most Combined Number of Entries in Novice & Open Sections Trophy sponsored by Lobegeier Family DESCRIPTION

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SPECIAL FEATURE—Chocolate Cake iced. 1st $50 2nd $30 3rd $20

Rob & Nadia Campbell

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―LORD OF THE MANOR‖ Any Cake baked by a male

Mrs Michele Goody

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Boiled Fruit Cake

Ross & Karen Chalmers

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Sultana Cake

Miss Girlie Goody

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Orange Cake—iced, bar/loaf tin

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Tea Cake—round tin

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Marble Cake

Mrs Colleen Kerr Mrs Tilly Pickering Memorial Trophy Donated by Mrs Beryl Pickering Mrs Tess Gleeson

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Any other Cake—to be named

Mrs Barbara Schulz

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4 Fruit Muffins

Mrs Narelle Galloway

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4 Savoury Muffins

Picky’s Pies & Pastry

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4 Cup Cakes—iced

Mrs Robyn Spletter

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4 Anzac Biscuits

Mrs Kim Mundt

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4 Jam Drops

Mrs Beryl Avis

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4 Any other biscuits—to be named

Jessica McFarland (nee Leather) Memorial Trophy

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4 Pieces Chocolate Slice—iced 5cm x 5cm

Anne’s Tres Chic Giftware

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4 Pieces Any Other Slice or Brownie

Mrs Dianne Kuhl

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Date Loaf—no icing

Powers Financial Group

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4 Pikelets

Mrs Jenny Forsyth

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4 Plain Scones

Miss Helen Goody

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4 Pumpkin Scones

Mrs Nancy Power

5276 Ice & Decorated Cake—eg. Birthday Cake

Monto Foodworks

SECTION 22—SUGGESTED RECIPES KENTISH CAKE 170g butter, softened 2 Tablespoons cocoa 3/4 cup castor sugar 2 tbs desiccated coconut 2 eggs 1/4 cup milk 1 cup self-raising flour 90gms sultanas, nuts & cherries Cream butter and sugar, then add eggs, beating well after each addition. Fold in sifted dry ingredients, add milk, fruit and nuts. Bake in moderate oven in a deep greased and lined tin for approx. 45 mins or until cooked. Turn our onto a wire rack to cook, ice with caramel or chocolate icing. CARROT CAKE 125g Butter 1 teaspoon mixed spice 125g Sugar Pinch salt 2 eggs 1 1/2 cups SR Flour 1 Tablespoon Syrup 1 Cup finely grated carrot 1/2 cup chop walnuts Beat butter & sugar, add eggs one at a time beating well. Add syrup & grated carrot, stir in sifted flour, salt & spice, and finally chopped walnuts. Place in an orange bar tin & bake in a barely moderate oven approx 75 to 90 minutes. Ice on top only with lemon flavoured icing. MARBLE CAKE 125g soft butter 1/2 cup milk 185g sugar Pinch salt 2 eggs Vanilla 1 1/2 cup SR Flour Place all ingredients in a small mixing bowl and mix on lower speed. When combined beat on higher speed for 4 minutes only. Divide the mixture into 3 and colour one pink, one chocolate (2 level dessertspoons of cocoa dissolved in hot water to a thin paste) and leave one white. Line bottom of 20cm round tin. Place mixture in alternate spoonful's and run a knife through to create marble effect. Bake at 190c for 35-40mins. When cool ice on top only with pink icing or alternate chocolate and pink and create a marble effect by drawing through the point of a knife. SULTANA CAKE 8ozs (250gm) butter 1 small tsp baking powder 8 ozs (250gm) sugar Grated rind of 1/2 lemon 5 eggs 12 ozs/375gms sultanas 10ozs (315 gm) plain flour Cream butter and sugar till white, add eggs one at a time, beating well. Add lemon rind and flour, baking powder and lastly sultanas. Place in 8‖ (20 cm) round tin and bake in moderately slow oven for approximately 2 hours. Cool on a towel lined rack BOILED FRUIT CAKE 5ozs (155 gm) butter or margarine 1 cup water 1 cup sugar 1 packet mixed fruit (12 ozs/375 gm) 1 teaspoon mixed spice 1 teaspoon bi-carb soda 2 eggs 1 cup plain flour 1 1/4 cups SR flour Few drops each vanilla, lemon & almond essence. Place in saucepan butter, sugar, water, mixed fruit, spice and soda. Bring to boil and simmer gently for 10 minutes. Cool. Lightly beat eggs and add with essences. Stir in flours. Bake in 8‖ (20 cm) round tin in a moderately slow oven for approx 1 1/2 hours or until cooked when tested.

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DATE LOAF 1 cup chopped dates 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 rounded tablespoon butter 1 teaspoon gound ginger 1 teaspoon bi-carb soda 1 cup boiling water 1 egg 1 1/2 cups self-raising flour Chop dates and place in bowl. Add sugar, butter, ginger and soda. Pour boiling water over and mix well together. Allow to stand until almost cold. Add the beaten eggs and flour. Mix well. Bake in a slow to moderate oven for 40-45 mins or until cooked. CINNAMON TEA CAKE 155g castor sugar 90g butter 185g SR flour Pinch salt 2 eggs 100ml milk Few drops vanilla essence Combine sugar, butter, flour and salt in a mixer until they resemble breadcrumbs, then add eggs, milk and vanilla all at once. Beat on medium speed for approx 2 minutes until mixture is nice and creamy. Place mixture in a greased and lined 8‖ (20 cm) round cake tin and bake in a moderate oven approx. 25 - 30 minutes. Turn out onto a towel covered rack, brush the top lightly with melted butter, sprinkle the top with cinnamon and castor sugar.

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SECTION 23 SWEETS, JAMS & PRESERVES Stewards: Doris Goody & Ann Parker Entry Fee: 50 cents Entries Close: 9am Saturday 23rd April 2016 Judging: Saturday 23rd April 2016 COMPETITORS PLEASE NOTE: Entries accompanied by Entry Form must be in by 9am Saturday. Entries can be dropped off by 7pm the night before the show. No responsibility will be taken for any entry left unattended at the Pavilion or office or any other time. All jars/bottles must be fitted with screw-top lids. Paraffin Wax must not be used. Any size jar/bottle may be entered for judging. Prize money: 1st $2 where no trophy given 2nd $1.50 TROPHIES Most Points Collection Jams Rosella Jam Lemon Butter Collection of Marmalades Collection of Pickles, Chutneys, Sauces SWEETS 1. Plate Marshmallows 2. Coconut Ice (not copha mixture) JAMS 3. Jar Rosella Jam 4. Jar Tomato Jam 5. Jar Pineapple Jam 6. Jar Melon and Pineapple Jam 7. Jar Melon and Lemon Jam 8. Jar Apricot Jam 9. Jar Strawberry Jam 10. Any Other Variety Jam 11. Jar Lemon Butter 12. Collection of Jams MARMALADES 13. Jar Sweet Orange Marmalade 14. Jar Cumquat Marmalade 15. Marmalade (any other variety) 16. Collection of Marmalades

SPONSORED BY Doris Goody Mrs P Hiscock Lyn Taylor Mrs M Stewart Pam Olive Doris Goody

PICKLES ETC 17. Bottle Pickled Cucumbers (or gherkins) 18. Bottle Mustard Pickles 19. Bottle Mixed Pickles (clear) 20. Bottle Relish or Chutney 21. Collection of Pickles, Chutney & Sauces. Not less than three, no more than six varieties 22. Bottle Preserved Fruit—Any Variety HONEY 23. Two 500gm bottles of honey, colour light 24. Two 500gm bottles of honey, colour dark GRANULATED HONEY 25. Two 500gm bottles of honey, fine grain

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SECTION 24 LOCAL CHILDREN’S GUINEA PIGS Open to Children aged 16 yrs & under and owner of the Guinea Pig Steward: Helen Goody

Entry fee: 50c per pig per class

Please fill out an entry form, with Exhibitors name, Class/es , description & name of pig Entries Close 12 noon, Saturday 23rd April Prize Cards will be given to 1st, 2nd & 3rd Farmstuff Monto has kindly donated prizes Rangeview Charbrays & Hay Supplies have kindly donated Hay. Champion Guinea Pig to receive Champion Ribbon All Guinea Pigs are to be ready by noon Saturday with judging to start no later than 12.30pm Judging to take place between Pavilion & Poultry Shed. Rules: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

All exhibitors must present their own Guinea Pig for judging at the judging table. All Guinea Pigs must be clean and in good health. Judges of this section shall have the power to determine the standard of the exhibits and award first, second and third places according to merit of the exhibit. The judge‘s decision is final. The chief Steward reserve the right to transfer entries to the correct class where they will be entered in correctly. The Show Society has the right to refuse entries without giving any reason. Please supply your own drinkers. Please supply your own small carry cage (Small animal cage eg. Mouse/rat or little bird cage). No cages will be supplied. Guinea Pigs will only be there for the one day, they can be taken home at any time after judging, with permission from the steward. All Guinea Pigs to be picked up by 5pm (before official opening of the Show). Each Guinea Pig can only be entered into a maximum of 2 classes

This is to be a fun section for the children to show off their little pets. Classes: 1. Long Hair Guinea Pig 2. Short Hair Guinea Pig 3. Fancy Dressed 4. Cutest. 5. Heaviest 6. Funny/funky colouring

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STATE UTE MUSTER Steward:- Melissa Brown Nomination Fees:-$10 nomination fee per vehicle, which includes entry to one class. Other classes may be entered for an additional $5 per class. Nomination Form and Waiver forms are available from the Secretary or visit www.queensland shows.com.au Forms to be completed and signed to gain entry to the event. CLASSES 1. Street Ute All makes & models. Tailored for street driving, with or without custom modifications. Immaculate presentation, precise detail dedicated to entire vehicle. Interior, exterior, under bonnet engine bay and tray presentation. History of ute, bought or custom 2. B & S Ute All makes & Models -Typical B & S Ball Ute showing evidence of Ball attendance with added accessories, (badges, stickers, bull bar, spotlights, aerials, Roll Bar and Mud Flaps) Overall interior & external presentation. 3. Chicks Ute All makes & models. Must be registered solely in females name. (Registration papers are to be supplied for viewing) Best interior and exterior with personal touches and accessories and overall Ute presentation. History of Ute, bought or custom. Additional decorations, flowers and stuffed toys are welcome for display. 4. 4 x 4 Ute All makes & Models. Best representation of 4 x 4 Ute‘s, in constant use or part time 4 wheel drive, accessories added, interior and external presentation and overall interior and external presentation of vehicle 5. Work Ute All makes and models. Displaying toolboxes and Trade accessories. MUST exhibit clear Business or Trade signage on vehicle. Overall interior and exterior presentation. 6. Feral Ute All makes & models.The real character Ute‘s dings and dents and all, with stickers, accessories, bullbar, antennae or remnants thereof. Aerial flags are permitted for display purposes only. Must be roadworthy 7. Best Classic Ute Any restored Ute over 30 years of age which is roadworthy and registered with or without modifications to the Engine and body but still being able to identify the ―true‖ make and model. WINNERS:- The winners of each class are eligible to compete at the Sub-Chamber finals and the winners at Sub-Chamber are then eligible to compete at the Ekka. NOTE: It is the responsibility of the vehicle owner to notify the Show Society or Sub-Chamber Coordinator of their judging ineligibility to compete. 81

RURAL AMBASSADOR The Rural Ambassador Award is open to both males and females aged between 20 & 30 years of age, who have a strong commitment to the rural industries and an involvement and passion or the Agricultural Show movement. The aim of the awards is to highlight the importance of young people in rural and regional Queensland. The award identifies those people actively involved in their local Show, who have a sound knowledge of current rural issues affecting their local areas, Queensland and Australia and have a strong affiliation with agriculture. The award seeks young people who symbolise the rural spirit—people with vitality who are forward thinking and with a passion for the land and local agricultural shows. For more information please contact the Secretary on 4166 1295 Or visit www.queenslandshows.com.au

MISS SHOWGIRL The Miss Showgirl awards seek young Queensland Ladies to represent Queensland Shows for 12 months. The role encourages and promotes the Agricultural Show Movement to Queensland Youth. Entrants are selected for their knowledge, presentation, passion for the agricultural show movement and their community. The competition is no beauty contest, nor is it a intelligence test, it is an award presented to young Queenslander's who raise the profile of Queensland Shows. The award provides an opportunity to excel in leadership, community involvement, key management and confidence. We look forward to the future of the Queensland Miss Showgirl Award as it is the opportunity of a lifetime for young Queensland women, so come on board you will enjoy an incredible journey! Entrants must be single, aged between 18yrs & under 28yrs on the 1st of August 2016. For more information please contact the Secretary on 4166 1295 Or visit www.queenslandshows.com.au 82

SHOW DATES GAYNDAH

9 April 2016

MT PERRY

16 April 2016

MONTO

23-24 April 2016

EIDSVOLD

1 May 2016

MUNDUBBERA

6-7 May 2016

BIGGENDEN

14-15 May 2016

TEE-BAR

11 June 2016

GIN GIN

28-29 May 2016

BUNDABERG

25-27 May 2016

ROYAL BRISBANE SHOW

5-14 August 2016

SUB-CHAMBER JUDGING To be judged at the GIN GIN SHOW 29th MAY 2016 STUD BEEF YOUNG JUDGES STUD BEEF YOUNG PARADER PRIME BEEF YOUNG JUDGES

To be judged at EIDSVOLD 2nd JULY 2016 RURAL AMBASSADOR MISS SHOWGIRL STATE UTE MUSTER DARK RICH FRUIT CAKE

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Bulls & Barrels

7pm

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