Collie Show 2012 17th November - PREMIER COAL

 
Collie Show 2012 17th November - PREMIER COAL
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                   Page 1

               2012
            Collie Show
                      17th November

                       Photo courtesy Premier Coal

                            Sponsored by

                       PREMIER COAL

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                         Page 2

COLLIE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INC.
           Presents the

                   2012 COLLIE SHOW

  Show to be opened at 12 noon Saturday 17th:

                            Gates Open to the Public

       8.00 am Saturday 17th November 2012

                          ADMISSION (daily)
              Family (2 adults & 2 children)                 $25.00
              Adults                                         $10.00
              Pensioners/Seniors                              $5.00
              Children (6 – 16 years)                         $5.00

                                MEMBERSHIP
               Free entry on both days of the show, able to have a say
                  in how your show runs, entry into the prize draw
              Family                                         $30.00
              Adults                                         $15.00
              Pensioners/Seniors                             $15.00
              Children                                        $7.00
              Children under 6 years admitted free

                   Membership closes 31st October 2012

                            Fireworks by Cardile

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                       Page 3

                         Collie Agricultural Society Inc.
                                                     Inc.
                               President’s Message

Welcome to the Collie Agricultural Society’s 60th year!

In 1952 the Collie Chamber of Commerce and the Coalfields Road Board organized a
public meeting to consider setting up a committee to organise a Collie Show. The
result was the Collie Agricultural Society.

In 1953 under the guidance of President C. Stark, The Society staged the first Collie
Show. Opened by the Governor, Sir Charles Gairdner, it was a huge success. An
estimated 6000 people came from as far as Perth for the event. It is believed that it
was the biggest of any country show that year. (West Australian 5th November 1953.
National Library of Australia.)

Since that time the Show has waxed and waned under different presidents and
different committees, until it has arrived at its 60th year, although not the 60th actual
show.

After considerable input from local organisations and interested persons, the Society
decided to trial a one day show this year. Saturday 17th November 2012 - mark the
date because it is going to be the best show in years.

The current committee is determined to use this anniversary of the Society to bring
the show back to its former status as one of the premier country shows in Western
Australia. Negotiations are underway with the Showmen’s Guild to revamp the
Sideshow Alley, and the entertainment/grounds committee has been hard at work all
year to make this a memorable event.

The hard-working schedule committee has totally revamped the pavilion schedule to
make it more applicable to more people, and increased prize money by an average of
fifty percent. There is something in this schedule for everyone, find your interest and
enter!

Finally, come and enjoy yourself, the Show is for you!

MAX JOHNSON,
PRESIDENT.

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                          Page 4

                                        Officials
              PRESIDENT                                      SECRETARY
             Mr Max Johnson                                 Mr Les Whymark

         1st VICE PRESIDENT                                 TREASURER
              Mrs Carol Gale                               Mrs Carole Scolari

         2nd VICE PRESIDENT                        PATRON OF THE PAVILION
             Mrs Chris Milroy                           Mrs. E. Swindell

     GROUNDS COORDINATOR                          HONORARY VETERINARIAN
        Mrs Paula Hempstead                            Dr. J Vandenberg

                                 2012 Committee
Tamsin Emmett          Jock Graham             Dee Gillespie          Lisa Gillespie
Paula Hempstead        Max Johnson             Kristy Milne           Chris Milroy
Dawn Moloney           Carole Scolari          Joy Shepherdson        Anne Sloan
Betty Swindell         Les Whymark

             Membership of the Collie Agricultural Society is great value.

                                     Current fees are:
                                       Adult $15
                                       Family $30
                                       Child $7

  This entitles you to free entry to the Collie Show and entry in the $200 prize draw.

              Contact the Society for more details or a membership form

                               P.O. Box 102, Collie 6225
                                  www.collieag.org.au
                    email: secretary@collieag.org.au Ph.9734 5543

                              PRIVACY STATEMENT:

The information provided by the exhibitor is collected and used by the Collie Agricultural
Society Inc. (CAS) for the purpose of organising and conducting the 2012 Collie Show. We
may publish such details as your name and exhibit details in any CAS publication or
communication. Such information may be made available to the media. We will not disclose
your information without your consent for any other purpose unless required to do so by law.
You may request access to your personal information and, if necessary, request that our
records of that information be corrected by writing to the Secretary, Collie Agricultural
Society Inc. PO Box 102 Collie WA 6225.

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                       Page 5

                                Members
                                Members (2011)
Bentley Zoe                      Hempstead Paula                 Sweeny Paul
Bird John                        Hicks Marie                     Sweeny Nerelee & Family
Bird Wanda                       Hendrix, Harlie                 Sloan Bill & Debbie
Blackburne, Verna & Family       Johnson, Max                    Scolari, Carole
Buckley, Tiarnie & Family        Jones, Glen (Fonz)              Scolari, S & J & Family
Christeninger, S&R & family      Kent, Tony                      Shepherdson, Bob
Cluning, Kath                    Kent, Viviana                   Shepherdson, Joy
Chitty Dot &Max                  Mangini, Debra                  Shepherson, Jenny & family
Davidson, Ashley                 McKenzie, Gillian               Sloan, Anne
Davidson, Brett                  McKenzie, Kevin                 Sloan, T & K & Family
Davidson, Erin                   McSporran, F&S & Family         Smallwood Dion
Davidson, Glenn                  Milroy, Chris                   Straham Delia
Davidson, Judith                 Moloney, Dawn                   Swindell, Betty
Davidson, Lauren                 Milne Kristy                    Swindell, Neville
Davidson, Rory                   Powell Jodie                    Van Delft, Ron & Catherine
Blundy Joe                       Page Janine                     Spencer Cassie.
Gale, Carol                      Piavanni Donna                  Smith Bill
Gale, Rhiannon                   Piavanni Barry                  Whymark, Les
Graham Alex                      Retzlaff, Joanne                White Margaret

           Membership of the Collie Agricultural Society is great value.

                                 Current fees are:
                                   Adult $15
                                   Family $30
                                   Child $7

This entitles you to free entry to the Collie Show and entry in the $200 prize draw.

            Contact the Society for more details or a membership form

                            P.O. Box 102, Collie 6225
                               www.collieag.org.au
                 email: secretary@collieag.org.au Ph.9734 5543

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                                      Page 6

                        Collie Agricultural Society Regulations
The regulations and by-laws of The Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia
shall apply to this show except where otherwise stated
1.       Every exhibit, except livestock, must be grown by, or the work of, the exhibitor (unless
         otherwise stated) and any exhibitor may be called upon to make an affidavit to that effect. All
         livestock must be the property of the exhibitor.

2.       ENTRY FEES: Entry fees as published in this schedule must be prepaid and accompanied by
         The Society’s printed entry form or facsimile of the same, to The Society’s office by the date
         noted in each section.

3.       All entries are received subject to these show regulations and by-laws under the Royal
         Agricultural Society’s Act, 1926.

4.       The Committee may at any time disqualify from exhibiting, either indefinitely or for any
         period it may think fit, any exhibitor who has, in the opinion of The Committee, been guilty of
         any breach of these regulations, or whose conduct, whether at or during any show of The
         Society, has in the opinion of The Committee, been such that he or she is unfit to exhibit at
         any show of The Society.

5.       No person who has been disqualified from exhibiting at any show of the Royal Agricultural
         Society of Western Australia Incorporated, or at any show of any society affiliated therewith,
         shall during the period of disqualification be allowed to act as an agent, representative, or
         servant of any exhibitor at any show of The Society.

6.       The judges may withhold prizes for such exhibits as they deem unworthy.

7.       No appeal against the decision of the judges will be entertained unless made in writing before
         4 pm on the day of the show and a deposit of $10.00 made which will be forfeited if The
         Committee considers same to be frivolous. Stewards are to be made aware of the fact at the
         time. All appeals to be heard and decided on the day of show,

8.       GROUND SPACE: Space in the showground will be provided for the display of agricultural
         machinery and implements and for the display of anything of use to the farmer of fruit grower.
         Electricity and ground site charges on application. All applications for ground space must be
         lodged 21 days before date of show on special application forms from The Society.
         NO LATE APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED.

9        Any article considered offensive by any three (3) members of The Society’s Committee must
         be withdrawn from public display and sale.

10       The Society will not accept responsibility for exhibits not collected after the show.

11       `Any person using obscene language or creating a nuisance may be ordered from the grounds

12.     .All persons, other than financial members and those issued with a complimentary pass,, must
         pay to enter the gate during the show, whether being an exhibitor or not

13       PAYMENT OF PRIZE MONEY from 2pm on Saturday. Prize money and trophies may be
         forwarded only on application. Prize monies not collected will be forfeited to the society.

14       Vet certificate to be shown for refund of entry for where applicable

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                            Page 7

           2011 COLLIE SHOW DONORS & SPONSORS
 The Collie Agricultural Society wishes to thank all who support our Show, whether through
  donating a trophy, or through financial sponsorship. The success of the Show depends on
                  these people and companies, as well as all our volunteers.

Master                                        Eagle Boys
Alan Wade, Dentist                            Federal Hotel
Attitude Hair Design                          Golden Bowl Chinese Restaurant
Auto One Collie                               Golden Eagle Chinese Restaurant
Bendigo Bank                                  Griffin Coal
BHP Biliton Worsley Alumina                   Henderson Hardware
Bunnings Bunbury                              Home Timber & Hardware
Cardinal Contractors                          Ian Guppy & Co
Central Garage                                Jackson Family
CFMEU                                         Joinrite Cabinets
Chicken Treat                                 Jones, Tom
Chiropractic First                            Lautersha Farm
Chook Scraps\                                 McDonald’s
Club Hotel                                    Murray, Mick, MLA
Coalcliffe Plant Hire                         Network Video
Coles Collie                                  Obyco
Collie Bargain Barn                           Paint Horse Association of Australia
Collie Bus Service                            Pelazzi Fashions
Collie Camera Centre                          Piavanni, John
Collie Chamber of Commerce                    Pine Haulers
Collie CWA                                    Premier Coal
Collie Farm Factory Direct                    Premier Hotel
Collie Floral Studio                          Ransome, Terry
Collie Florist                                Reuben’s Newsagency
Collie Furniture & Bedding                    Rural Press, Collie Mail
Collie Garden Centre                          Saunders Mill
Collie Home Improvement                       Showcase Jewellers
Collie Machine Shop                           Sizzles Deli
Collie Menswear                               Sloan Family
Collie Radiator Centre                        Smith, J & W
Collie Retravision                            South West Fire Units
Collie Ridge Motel                            Southern Districts Estate Agency
Collie River Dental Centre                    Southwest Refrigeration
Collie River Valley Medical Centre            Sports First
Collie Salvage                                Summit Realty South West
Collie Shire                                  Sweeney, Paul
Collie Shoeland                               Swindell, E & N
Collie Shire                                  Taree Fashions
Collie Steel Supply                           Target Collie
Collie Tyre & Exhaust                         TBS Rural & Hardware
Collie Tyrepower                              Thomson’s Discount Auto Parts
Collie Variety Craft shop                     True Blu Plant Hire
Collie Wellington Lions Ladies                Verve Energy
Collie Wood Turners                           Vicki May’s Deli
Crank’n Cycles                                White Building Co
Crown Hotel                                   White Stones
DeAnna’s Hair Design                          Woolworths Collie
Dorsett Family (Bunbury)

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                                          Page 8

                         EXHIBITION HALL REGULATIONS
                        Chief Steward: Dawn Moloney (9734 2535)
1.    Attention of Exhibitors is drawn to The Collie Agricultural Society’s Regulations on page 5.

2.    All ENTRY FORMS, with payment, will be accepted at the showground pavilion from
      Monday 12th November 2012, and must be received by 6 pm Wednesday 14th November
      2012. For postal entries, a stamped self-addressed envelope must be received by the Society by
      Wednesday 14th November 2012.

3.    All EXHIBITS, with Society’s number attached, to be delivered to the Exhibition Hall by 7pm.
      Wednesday 14th November 2012. Exceptions are fresh produce, flowers and cooking, which
      may be delivered between 9.00am and noon Friday 16th 2012. Judging at noon Friday 16th.

4.    Exhibits may be removed from the Exhibition Hall from 9am Sunday 18th November 2012, or
      on Monday19th November from 9am to 6pm .After this time they are not the responsibility of
      the Society. Exhibitors will not be permitted into the Hall unaccompanied to collect their
      exhibits.

5.    All work must be that of the exhibitor.

6.    The Exhibition Hall will be open from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm Saturday 17th November.

7.    No single item may be entered in any two (2) Sections/Classes.

8.    All prizes will be awarded at the Judge’s discretion.

9.    Points will be awarded as follows (unless otherwise stated); 2 points for 1st, 1 point for 2nd. In
      the event of a tie for a trophy, the exhibitor with the most first points will be awarded the
      trophy.

10.   Any article having won a prize at a previous Collie Show is not eligible for entry.

11.   All reasonable care will be taken of exhibits but no responsibility will be accepted by the
      Society.

12.   Screw tops are required on all jars (except preserves)

13.   Any Article on display may be sold with 10% of proceeds going to the Society. The Society’s
      “For Sale” tickets are available from Chief Stewards and are to be placed on items for sale after
      judging.

14.   Complaints: Refer to Society’s Regulations page 5.

15.   Entry Fees: Refer to relevant section.

16.   Prize Money: Refer to relevant section and The Society’s Regulations page 5.

Help is need at show time contact the exhibition hall steward

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                          Page 9

                    HISTORY OF PREMIER COAL LIMITED

The Company began operations as Western Collieries Limited in 1950 – becoming one
of three mining companies on the Collie coal fields. First production came from an
open cut mine called Collieburn, followed by the development of two underground
mines, Western 1 and Western 2 in 1952.

Consolidation of the Collie coal mining operations to two producers in 1960 was the
start of a rationalisation in the industry. Underground mining ceased in 1994 and the
Premier Mine commenced in 1995.

Total production from 1950 has been more than 100 million tonnes from five
underground mines and six open cut operations.

Premier Coal Limited, Western Collieries Limited, owes its existence to gold mining.
Western Collieries launched on September 20, 1949, to meet a fuel shortage on the
Kalgoorlie Goldfields. However, it was not until December, 1950, that the Collie
operations began with an open cut mine at Collie Burn. Within a month the mine had
produced nearly 5,000 tonnes of coal from a reserve of about 180,000 tonnes. The
company had a contract to supply to the State Government until 1953.

Western No. 1 underground mine was in operation by January 1952 followed by Western
No. 2 underground mine a year later. Western No. 3 open cut mine opened in 1954. In
1958 Western No. 1 closed after producing more than 300,000 tonnes of coal. Western
No. 2, however, prospered to eventually become the largest-ever underground producer,
with more than 14 million tonnes, in the Collie Basin. In order to meet growing demand
for coal the company opened Western No. 4 underground mine in the same year.

In 1970, Western No. 5 open cut mine started production. At this time Western Collieries
required a capital injection to embrace new mechanised technology and CSR started
buying into the company in 1975 and completed the acquisition five years later in 1980,
accelerating technical development and mining mechanisation, ensuring Western
Collieries competitiveness.

In 1979 the company signed a 20 year contract for the supply of coal with the State
Government, reinforcing the security of coal use. Western No. 6 underground opened in
1980 followed by Western No. 7 in 1983.

Wesfarmers Limited purchased Western Collieries in July 1989. In June 1994
underground mines were closed due to economic constraints. In March 1996 the Premier
Mine expansion commenced and rehabilitation of Western No. 5 started two years later,
in 1998.

In July 1999 Premier Coal was awarded the Collie Power Station Contract and
introduced a modular mining system. Fifty years of powering Western Australia was
celebrated in 2003, with
the launch of the book "Powering the State" in April of that year.

In August 2005 Premier Coal won a Verve Energy 25-year contract to become sole
supplier of coal. The company became the sole supplier of coal to Verve from July 1,
2010.
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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                     Page 10

Rehabilitation work was completed on 172 hectares at Western No. 5 around the Cardiff
area in 2007 and then in August of that year the company commissioned its pilot char
plant.

In February of 2009, the company's aquaculture project was opened and char plant
operations were suspended.

Premier Coal celebrated 60 years in Collie in 2009. The mine employs over 340
employees and is involved in numerous community groups. A long and valued
association has been enjoyed with the Collie Agricultural Society and the Collie Show.
The success at Premier Coal would not have been possible without the support of all the
stakeholders and importantly our employees and the Collie community.

So let us look back with pride and congratulate the Collie Agricultural Society on the 60th
Anniversary.

       Collie Agricultural Society thanks Premier Coal
       for its long-standing support of the Collie Show
—i

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                   Page 11

       ANNUAL EXHIBITION HALL TROPHIES:
                              Premier Coal Trophy:
      Most Points (Adult) Sections A, B, D, F, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R & T.
           (Exhibitors must exhibit in at least five Sections to be eligible)
                                Tom Jones Trophy:
                          Most Points Sections K, L & M
            (Exhibitors must exhibit in all three Sections to be eligible.)
                              Mick Murray Trophy:
                     Most Points (Children/Students) Sections
           (Exhibitors must exhibit in at least four Sections to be eligible)
                          Collie Wellington Lions Club:
                        Most Points overall Sections U & W

                  A short note of thanks from Trophy Winners
                       To the donor is always appreciated.
                 If you do not know the donor’s address, letters
                     May be left with the Society Secretary

              The Collie Agricultural Society Inc
      Gratefully Acknowledges the Support of Collie Shire

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                  Page 12

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                                       Page 13

                                The History of Griffin Coal
“The Griffin Coal Mining Company was incorporated in 1927. However it’s early lacklustre
performance changed, when in 1952, extensive coal seams were discovered on its Muja leases. Mining
in Muja Open Cut began in 1953 and continued in operation until 2010. During that time
approximately 315 million cubic metres of overburden were mined producing some 68 million tonnes
of coal. Since inception Griffin has removed over 0.5 billion cubic metres of overburden and produced
nearly 100 million tonnes of coal.

Early mining methods involved manual pick and shovel from underground workings with coal being
pulled from the pit using pit ponies. The photograph shows horses about to go underground around the
early 1950’s.

These methods were progressively replaced by mechanical methods and underground mining was
replaced by open cut mining methods. Mechanical Shovels and draglines have been used over the years
and the current mining fleet involves diesel powered diggers (like 3043 in the picture) with buckets
which can lift over 60 tonnes in one scoop. Trucks with a capacity of over 240 tonnes transport the
overburden to the dumps.

Current operating mines include Ewington I and Ewington II which have produced 7.3 and 17.0 million
tonnes of coal respectively. Ewington 1 mine, currently the main production operation, is operating at a
rate of almost 4 million tonnes per annum”.

  The Griffin Coal Mining Company Pty Ltd [ACN 008 667 285. ABN 16 008 667 285] A Member of The Lanco
                                                  Group

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                  Page 14

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                  Page 15

                2012
      Competition Entry Forms
            Individual entry forms are available for:

                      Pavilion Competition
                       Equestrian Events
                          Dairy Goats
                             Poultry
                           Pet Parade

Collie Show competitions are computerised and it is necessary
 to use the correct form in order to ensure that your entry is
                        properly listed.

            Photocopies of the forms are acceptable.
             These entry forms are available from:

               Society Office (97 345 543)
       Download from www.collieag.org.au/downloads
             Email secretary@collieag.org.au
                Mr. Mick Murray’s Office.
                At the end of this schedule.

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                                  Section A ~ Wool
                             Steward: T. Sloan, Phone 9734 4556

                  All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                   Exhibition Hall by 7 pm Wednesday 14th November 2012.

                 Syd Jackson Memorial for Most points in Classes 2 and 6
                   Wal Sloan Memorial Trophy for Best Pair of Fleeces
                     Dorsett Family Trophy for Most Points Overall

             All wool to be grown on owner’s property for previous 12 months
    All lambs’ wool must be from ONE FLEECE with no more than SIX months growth.

                            Nomination fee: $2 for each entry.
                  Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $10, 2nd prize - $5

Class      Description
1          Merino Ram Fleece Open
2          Merino Ewe or Wether Fleece, Fine or Super Fine
3          Merino Ewe or Wether Fleece, Fine
4          Merino Ewe or Wether Fleece, medium/Strong
5          Merino Ewe or Wether Two Fleeces, Strong/Medium
6          Merino Ewe or Wether Two Fleeces, Fine or Super Fine
7          Merino Ewe or Wether Fleeces (Judged on commercial value)
8          Merino Lambs Wool Open

                      Championship Ribbons will be awarded for:
               Grand Champion Fleece & Reserve Grand Champion Fleece
                          Champion Strong/Medium Fleece
                            Champion Fine Wool Fleece
                         Champion Super Fine Wool Fleece

                                 Points in Section to Count:

        Grand Champion 4 – Reserve Champion 3 – Champion 2 – First 3 – Second 2

                              Collie Agricultural Society Inc
                                          Thanks
                                The Dorsett Family
                 For the longstanding support of the Collie Show Wool Section

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                         Page 17

                Section B ~ Fruit, Vegetables and Produce
                   All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                       Exhibition Hall by 8 am Friday 16th November 2012.

                     All root vegetables must be washed and retain their tops,
                         white turnips may be cut no less than 15cm (6”) from
                                                stems

                   Trophy for Most Points in Classes 1-7; 21-39; 51-60
             Certificate for Most Outstanding Exhibit in each of these groups
          Trophy for Most Outstanding Exhibit sponsored by “Lautersha Farm”

                              Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                    Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3

Class    Description                                    Class    Description
         PRODUCE                                        33       Pumpkin, any variety other than
1        Six (6) White Hen Eggs                                  Queensland Blue
2        Six (6) Brown Hen Eggs                         34       Silverbeet, 3 stalks
5        Six (6) Bantam Eggs                            35       Rhubarb, 6 stalks, trimmed
7        Jar of Honey                                   36       Radishes, collection of 6, any colour
                                                        37       Fresh herbs, 3 distinct, (3 stalks of
                                                                 each) in 3 jars, named
                                                   ʔ㱆   38       Garlic – 3 bulbs
         VEGETABLES                                     39       Queensland Blue Pumpkin
21       Six (6) Varieties of Vegetables
22       New Potatoes – 2 kg
23       Cabbage – 1 head                                        FRUIT
25       Peas in Pod – 500gm                            51       Loquats – 6
26       Broad Beans in Pod – 500gm                     52       Oranges – 6
28       Onions, any variety –3                         53       Lemons – 6
29       Carrots – 3                                    54       Grapefruit – 3
30       Beetroot – 3                                   55       Mandarins – 6
                                                        56       Red Apples – 6
                                                        57       Green Apples – 6
                                                        58       Cherries – 500g
                                                        59       Strawberries – 250g
                                                        60       Fruit, any other variety – 500g
                                                        61       Nuts, any variety – 500g

                               Collie Agricultural Society Inc
                                           Thanks
                                       Giacci Bros.
                     For Their Generous sponsorship of the 2012 Collie Show

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                          Page 18

        Section D ~ Amateur Wine Making & Home Brewing
                  All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                   Exhibition Hall by 7 pm Wednesday 14th November 2012.

                     Trophy for Most Points in Classes: 1-8; 11-12; 21-27.
                          Certificate for Most Outstanding Exhibit

                        Each Exhibit to consist of one (1) 750ml bottle.
    Exhibitors may have multiple entries in Classes provided they are made from different fruit.
                                  No limitation on sugar levels.
                      Bottles to be named and labelled with names of fruit.

                                 Chief Steward and/or Judge may:
              Transfer an Entry to another class if it is considered incorrectly entered
                  Disqualify an Entry if it is considered to be falsely represented

                               Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                     Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3

Class    Description                                      Class   Description
         WINE                                                     LIQUEURS
1        Fruit Wine – Sweet                          ʌ但
                                                          11      Fruit
2        Fruit Wine – Dry                                 12      Any Other
5        Grape Wine, Red – Sweet
6        Grape Wine, Red – Dry                                    BEER
7        Grape Wine, White – Sweet                        21      Lager
8        Grape Wine, White – Dry                          22      Bitter
                                                          23      Ales
                                                          24      Stout
                                                          25      Draft

                                     Collie Agricultural Society Inc
                                                 Thanks
                                            Mick Murray
                               For his longstanding support of the Collie show

                ______________________________________________________________
                   Please check section and general regulations carefully.
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                           UNLESS APPROVED BY COMMITTEE.
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                            Page 19

                          Section F ~ Plants and Flowers
                       All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at
                       the Exhibition Hall by 8 am Friday 16th November 2012.

            All exhibits to be the bona fide property of, and to be grown by, the exhibitor

                                          DEFINITION
               A Vase must be greater in height than width (wall vases excepted)
     A Bowl must be equal or greater in width than height, Mouth to be at least two thirds of the
                                               width
                   A Trough must be greater in length than in height or width

                          Anything distinct must be in separate containers
                           A table for arranging flowers will be provided

               Trophy for Most Points in Classes: 1-6; 11-31; 51-63; 71-84; 91-97.
               Certificate for Most Outstanding Exhibit in each of these groups
               Trophy for Best Native Bloom – can be chosen from whole Section
                Ribbon for Champion Rose – can be chosen from whole Section

                                Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                      Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3
                                                     ʔ䡆

Class     Description                                     Class    Description
          ROSES (all with own foliage)                    20       Pelargonium – 1 cut
1         Single Specimen                                 21       Sweet Peas – 4 distinct, 1 cut of each,
2         3 Distinct                                               single container
4         3 of 1 Colour – cut with own foliage            22       Pansy – 1 distinct, with white paper
6         In 3 stages – bud, perfect bloom & full                  collar
          bloom                                           23       Fuchsia – 1 distinct
                                                          24       Bottlebrush – 1 distinct
          SPECIMEN CLASS                                  25       Protea – 1 distinct
                                                          26       King Protea – 1 cut
13        Gerbera – 1 single specimen, 25 cm              29       Nasturtium – 1 distinct
14        Gerbera – 1 double specimen, 25 cm              30       Any Other Flower – single specimen
15        Snapdragon – 1 cut
16        Stock – 1 distinct, no laterals
18        Geranium – 1 distinct single
19        Geranium – 1 distinct double

               The Society will provide green bottles for all flowers for classes 1-30

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                      Page 20

                    Section F ~ Plants & Flowers (Cont)
                       COLLECTIVE CLASSES – VASES OR BOWLS
Class    Description                                    Class   Description
                                                        57      Roses, mixed bowl, buds not showing
52       Gerberas, own foliage                          58      Roses, 1 species, in full bloom
54       Pelargonium’s, mixed                           59      Floribunda Roses
55       Roses, own foliage                             60      Mixed flowers, not less than six (6)
56       Iris, any variety, own foliage                         varieties, 1 container
                                                        61      Sweat Peas
                                                        62      Mix of native flowers

                                         POT PLANTS
                         All Entries to be free of weeds and dead leaves

Class    Description                                    Class   Description
71       Collection of 3 different species in 1                 FERNS
         pot                                            91      Bird’s Nest
72       Plant in bloom                                 92      Stag Horn or Elk Horn
73       Foliage plant, not variegated                  93      Maidenhair – fine or coarse
74       Foliage plant, variegated                      94      Fishbone
75       Miniature garden, Cacti or Succulent,          95      Hanging container – Fishbone
         growing. Not to exceed 38 x 46 cm              96      Hanging container – Maidenhair
76       Climbing plant, any variety                    97      Any other Fern
                                                   ʌ孆
77       Collection of 4 Cacti and Succulents,
         separate pots, each 15 cm or under
78       Hanging basket, Plant in Bloom
79       Hanging basket, Cacti in Bloom
80       Hanging basket, any variety
81       Potted succulent or Cactus
82       Orchid, cymbidium standard
83       Orchid, any other variety
84       Orchid, miniature

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                           Page 21

                        Section G ~ Informal Floral Art
                     All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at
                     the Exhibition Hall by 8 am Friday 16th November 2012.

                            Please state space required on entry form

                              Trophy for Most points in Section
                           Certificate for Most Outstanding Exhibit

                              Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                    Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3

Class    Description                                    Class    Description
1        Foliage arrangement                            7        “As I like it”
2        Trough arrangement for mantle piece            8        Christmas table arrangement
3        Line arrangement using 5 flowers               9        Posy bowl, large or small
         including buds/foliage “L” shape               10       Country garden
4        Tall & graceful                                11       Driftwood, dried flowers
5        Basket of flowers                              12       Dried floral arrangement
6        Driftwood and fresh flowers

                                                   晐Ш

               Membership of the Collie Agricultural Society is great value.

                                       Current fees are:
                                         Adult $15
                                         Family $30
                                         Child $7

    This entitles you to free entry on both days of the Collie show and entry in the $200
                                          prize draw.

                Contact the Society for more details or a membership form

                                P.O. Box 102, Collie 6225
                                    www.collieag.org.au
                              email: secretary@collieag.org.au
                                          9734 5543

               ______________________________________________________________
                  Please check section and general regulations carefully.
                     NO LATE ENTRY FORMS or EXHIBITS ACCEPTED
                          UNLESS APPROVED BY COMMITTEE.
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                         Page 22

                                 Section I ~ Cooking
                     All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at
                     the Exhibition Hall by 8 am Friday 16th November 2012.

                         All Exhibits to be on a cardboard plate and in a loose
                               fitting clear plastic bag (must be visible)

                                     HINTS FOR EXHIBITORS:
                         Cornish Pasties: must have traditional frill on top.
                       Blow-away Sponge: can be made from combination of
                                            various flours.
                        Orange Cake: must not be iced, should be moist with
                       evenly distributed peel and baked in an orange cake tin.
             All Cakes and Pastries to be made at home unless otherwise stated

                        Professional bakers ineligible to enter classes 1-4

     Trophy for Most Points in each of group of Classes 1-4; 11-14; 21-53; 61-64; 71-73.
                Certificate for Most Outstanding in each of the above groups.

                              Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                    Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3

Class Description                                  槐Ш   Class    Description
BREAD - MACHINE MIXED & BAKED                           32       Muffins, 4 different varieties
                                                        33       Sponge, traditional, no filling
1        Bread, white flour                             34       Light as a feather sponge (see recipe)
                                                        35       Cream Puffs, no filling
                                                        36       Orange Cake, not iced
HANDMADE BREAD                                          37       Sultana Cake, not iced
                                                        38       Small cakes, 4, not iced
11       Bread, white flour                             39       Plum Pudding, steamed
                                                        40       Pizzas with scone base
                                                        41       Carrot Cake, not iced
GENERAL                                                 42       Ring cake, any variety, not iced
21   Cheese Straws (6)                                  43       Chocolate Cake
22   Biscuits, not iced (6)                             44       Pavlova case
23   Shortbread, traditional (6)                        45       Pikelets (6)
24   Jam Tarts (6)                                      46       Packet cake, not iced, label attached
25   Cornish Pasties (2)                                47       Nut Loaf
26   Sausage Rolls (6)                                  48       Fruit and Nut Loaf
27   Scones, white (6)                                  49       Banana Cake
28   Scones, pumpkin (6)                                50       Date and Walnut Cake
29   Scones, fruit (6)                                  51       Chocolate Fudge (6)
30   Scones, cheese (6)                                 52       Apple Pie
31   Muffins, blueberry (6)                             53       Shortbread, 3 distinct varieties

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                          UNLESS APPROVED BY COMMITTEE.
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                           Page 23

                              Section I ~ Cooking (cont)
 For the following classes:      Nomination fee: $2 for each entry.
                                   Prize money: 1st prize - $8.00 2nd prize - $4.00

FRUIT CAKE                                             DECORATED CAKES - Icing only judged
Class Description                                      Class Description
61    Fruit Cake, dark                                 71    Commercial decorations allowed
62    Boiled Fruit Cake                                72    No commercial decorations allowed
63    Light Fruit Cake                                 73    Wedding Cake, no commercial
64    Pumpkin Fruit Cake                                     decorations

                                        RECIPES

 LIGHT AS A FEATHER SPONGE

 3 eggs                       2 tablespoons flour
 ½ cup caster sugar           1 teaspoon baking powder
 2 tablespoons custard powder

 Preheat oven to 1800 C. Grease two tins.          펐
 Beat eggs until creamy and thick, add sugar gradually, stir until dissolved. Combine flour,
 custard powder and baking powder, sift into egg mix and fold in gently. Pour into prepared tin
 and cook until golden – about 20 minutes. Cool in tins slightly before turning out.
                                             -------

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                           Page 24

                 Section J ~ Pickles, Jams & Preserves
                  All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                  Exhibition Hall by 7 pm Wednesday 14th November 2012.

             NOTE: All Entries to be in 200- 250ml jars or correct preserving jars.

            Trophy for Most Points in each of Classes 1-3; 11-32; 41-45; 51-57
             Certificate for Most Outstanding Exhibit in each of these groups
             N. Swindell Trophy for Most Outstanding Exhibit in Classes 1-30

                             Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                   Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3

Class Description                                      Class    Description
PRESERVES                                              30       Gherkins
1     Bottled food, other than fruit &                 31       Marmalade, three different, labelled
      vegetables, 3 varieties                          32       Jam, three different, labelled
2     Preserved fruit, 3 bottles, assorted
3     Preserved vegetables, 3 bottles,
      assorted
JAMS & PICKLES
11    Fruit, other than vacuum packed (eg in
      Brandy)
12    Marmalade, any variety, labelled            뺀Ъ
13    Jam, any variety, labelled
14    Jelly, any variety, labelled
15    Lemon Butter
16    Fruit mince, in a jar
17    Plum sauce
18    Tomato sauce
19    Chilli sauce
21    Fruit chutney
22    Cauliflower pickles
23    Pickles, any other variety
24    Pickled onions
25    Pickled olives
26    Green tomato pickles
27    Zucchini pickles
28    Tomato relish
29    Any other relish

              ______________________________________________________________
                 Please check section and general regulations carefully.
                    NO LATE ENTRY FORMS or EXHIBITS ACCEPTED
                         UNLESS APPROVED BY COMMITTEE.
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                       Page 25

                          Section K ~ Needlework
                 All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                  Exhibition Hall by 7 pm Wednesday 14th November 2012.

                  Trophy for Most Points in Classes: 1-11; 21-26; 41-45.
             Certificate for Most Outstanding Exhibit in each of these groups

                              Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                    Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3

Class   Description                                   Class Description
1       Cushion cover                                 PATCHWORK
2       Tapestry article                              21    Patchwork, hand pieced and quilted
3       Any embroidered article                       22    Patchwork quilt, machine pieced and quilted
4       3 pot holders, any medium                     23    Patchwork article, handwork or machine
5       Apron, any style or medium                    24    Patchwork quilt, combination of hand and
6       Cross stitch, any article                           machine work
7       Cross stitch, framed                          25    Novice patchwork quilting, up to 12 months
8       Candlewicking, unframed                       26    Magic rug or cushion
9       Ribbon embroidery                             MACHINE WORK
10      Smocking, any article                         41    Any adult’s garment
11      Heirloom sewing                               42    Any children’s garment
12      Long stitch wool, any article                 43    Any other article
                                                      44    Machine embroidery, freehand
                                                      45    Machine embroidery with disc, 3 articles
                                                   쉰Ъ

                       A short note of thanks from Trophy Winners
                            To the donor is always appreciated.
                      If you
                         you do not know the donor’s address, letters
                          May be left with the Society Secretary

              ______________________________________________________________
                 Please check section and general regulations carefully.
                    NO LATE ENTRY FORMS or EXHIBITS ACCEPTED
                         UNLESS APPROVED BY COMMITTEE.
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                           Page 26

                              Section L~ Crochet Work
                All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                 Exhibition Hall by 7 pm Wednesday 14th November 2012.

                      Crochet Work to be exhibited on a Sheet of Paper
                  Society’s Card must be attached to top right-hand corner

                             Trophy for Most Points in Section.
                    Certificate for Most Outstanding Exhibit in Section

                             Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                   Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3

Class   Description                                    Class    Description
1       Baby set, 3 pieces                             7        Poncho or stole
2       Baby shawl                                     8        Tea cosy
3       Children’s garment                             9        Any article not listed
4       Scarf and/or beanie                            10       Fine cotton, any article
5       Adult’s garment                                11       Coarse cotton, any article
6       Rug

                                Section M ~ Knitting
                All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                 Exhibition Hall by 7 pm Wednesday 14th November 2012.

              Wool, synthetic or cotton knitting. Crochet allowed as finish only.
                             All hand knitting except as marked.

                            Trophy for Most Points in Section.
                   Certificate for Most Outstanding Exhibit in Section

                             Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                   Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3

Class   Description                                    Class    Description
1       Baby set, 3 pieces                             9        Baby jacket
2       Baby shawl                                     10
3       Children’s garment                             11       Fairisle
4       Scarf and/or beanie                            12       Machine knitting
5       Adult’s garment                                13       Article with knitted lace
6       Vest                                           14       Any article in cotton
7       Tea cosy                                       15       Baby set, 3 pieces

              ______________________________________________________________
                 Please check section and general regulations carefully.
                    NO LATE ENTRY FORMS or EXHIBITS ACCEPTED
                         UNLESS APPROVED BY COMMITTEE.
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                           Page 27

                             Section N ~ Photography
                  All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                   Exhibition Hall by 7 pm Wednesday 14th November 2012.

                       All photographs must be the exhibitor’s own work.
     All entries should be mounted on card with Velcro dots on the back, for easy hanging.
                              Framed work will not be accepted.

                            Trophy for Most Points in Classes:
                  1-8; 11-15; 21-23; 31-38; 51-58; 61-65; 71-73; 81-88.
             Certificate for Most Outstanding Entry in each of these groups.
               Bob Green Perpetual Trophy for Most Outstanding Student’s Work.
         Cyril Harold Memorial Trophy for Best Black & White Print (Judge’s Decision)

                              Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                    Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3

                Classes 1 – 38 are for NON DIGITAL photography ONLY

Class Description                                       Class Description
BLACK & WHITE or COLOUR PRINTS                          6-12 YEARS OF AGE
1     Collie                                            21     Candid snapshot, any subject, not
2     Nature                                                   posed
3     Macro                                             22     Favourite pet
4     Portrait                                     ʔ獆   23     Collie
5     Landscape/seascape                                13-16 YEARS OF AGE
6     Tell a story, 4-6 images up to 13 x 18            33     Action
      cm each on a single mount                         34     Macro
7     Action                                            35     People in their environment
                                                        36     Colour print, developed & printed by
SNAPSHOTS (Postcard images 10x15 cm)                           entrant
11    Collie                                            37     Landscape/seascape
12    Nature                                            38     Nature
13    Macro
14    Portrait
15    Landscape/seascape

                                         Definitions
 Collie: May be images of the town, or taken in Collie.
 Nature: Not to include domestic gardens or animals.
 Portrait: Head & shoulders, or person in a setting, which portrays their personality.

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                             Page 28

                        Section N ~ Photography (cont)

                    Classes 51 - 90 are for DIGITAL photography ONLY

                               Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                     Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3

Class Description                                        Class Description
BLACK & WHITE or COLOUR PRINTS                           6-12 YEARS OF AGE
51    Collie                                             70     Landscape, A4 or larger
52    Nature                                             71     Candid snapshot, any subject, not
53    Macro                                                     posed
54    Portrait                                           72     Favourite pet
55    Landscape/seascape                                 73     Collie
56    Tell a story, 4-6 images up to 13 x 18             13-16 YEARS OF AGE
      cm each on a single mount                          81     Set of photograms, negative & positive
57    Action                                             82     Pinhole camera image
SNAPSHOTS (Postcard images 10x15 cm)                     83     Action
61    Action                                             84     Macro
62    Nature                                             85     People in their environment
63    Macro                                              87     Landscape/seascape
64    Portrait                                           88     Nature
65    Landscape/seascape

  CLASS         NOMS.                DETAILS                           1st          2nd     3rd
    90           $3          OPEN: Australian Mining Scene            50.00        25.00   12.00
                                                    싰Ъ

                                           Definitions
 Collie:     May be images of the town, or taken in Collie.
 Nature:     Not to include domestic gardens or animals.
 Portrait:   Head & shoulders, or person in a setting, which portrays their personality.
 Mining:     Any mining scene within Australia. Professional / Commercial photographers
             ineligible.

                        A short note of thanks from Trophy Winners
                ______________________________________________________________
                   Please check section and general regulations carefully.
                      NO LATE ENTRY FORMS or EXHIBITS ACCEPTED
                           UNLESS APPROVED BY COMMITTEE.
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                        Page 29

                              To the donor is always appreciated.
                        If you do not know the donor’s address, letters
                            May be left with the Society Secretary

                                   Section O ~ Art
                 All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                  Exhibition Hall by 7 pm Wednesday 14th November 2012.

          If picture is greater than 140cm, please state space required on entry form.

                All work must be original except where “copy” is indicated.
              The picture from which it was copied must accompany any “copy”,
                                     for judging only, not display.

               Work must be suitably framed or mounted and able to be hung.

                                Trophy for Most Points in Section
                                        Trophy for Class 12
                      Barbara Smith Memorial Trophy for Best Oil Painting
                        Certificate for most Outstanding Entry in Section.

                             Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                  Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $7.50, 2nd prize - $3

                                                   ʔ罆
Class   Description                                     Class   Description

1       Oil painting, landscape or seascape             10      Still life, any medium
2       Oil painting, other subject                     11      Abstract, any medium
3       Oil painting, copy                              12      Best local scene
4       Water colour, copy                              13      Work by painter over 65
5       Water colour                                    14      Work by first year artist
6       Acrylic                                         15      Portrait, any media
7       Crayon or pastel                                16      Traditional Aboriginal Art
8       Pencil or charcoal                              17      Airbrush Painting - own design, no
9       Pen and ink drawing                                     copies

     The Royal Agricultural Society of
                                    of WA Agricultural Art Award 2012

                                  Perth Royal Show

                              THEME: yet to be provided.

                 Entry and details through your Local Show Competition

              ______________________________________________________________
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                      NO LATE ENTRY FORMS or EXHIBITS ACCEPTED
                           UNLESS APPROVED BY COMMITTEE.
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                        Page 30

                                 Section P ~ Handicrafts
                   All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                  Exhibition Hall by 7pm Wednesday 14th November 2012

 Trophy for Most Points in Classes 1-17; 21-26; 31-33; 41-43; 51-62; 71-76.
 Certificate for Most Outstanding Exhibit in each of these groups

                              Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                    Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3

Class               Description                         Class               Description
HANDICRAFTS                                             CARDMAKING
1     Necklace                                          51    Basic rubber stamping
2     Bracelet                                          52    Cross stitch card
3     Earring                                           53    Quilling card
4     Collection of handicrafts, 3 articles             54    Paper tole card
5     Coat hangers, 3 styles                            55    Shaker card
6     Novelty article                                   56    Scratch art card
7     Article of recycled material                      57    Foiling card
8     Folk art, any article                             58    Pop-up card
9                                                       59    Glitter card
10    Basket of six homemade gifts                      60    Almost leather card
11    Door stop                                         61    Any other card
12    Any article using eyelet lace                     62    Pin point
13    Paver Pole                                   Ъ
14    Any other article                                 OTHER CRAFTS
15                                                      73   Felting, any article
16                                                      74   Handmade Lace, any article
17    Mosaic                                            75   Tatting, any article
SCRAPBOOKING                                            76   Lead lighting
21    Children
22    Animals/Pets
23    Family
24    Nature – Flora/Fauna
25    Landscape
26    Off the page eg. clock, tin, booklet
27    Double Page, any theme

              ______________________________________________________________
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                          UNLESS APPROVED BY COMMITTEE.
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                           Page 31

                                   Section Q ~ Woodwork

                      All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                       Exhibition Hall by 7 pm Wednesday 14th November 2012.

                           Trophy for Most Points in Classes 1-14; 21-22.
                  Certificate for Most Outstanding Exhibit in each of these sections

                                   Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                         Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3

Class     Description                                    Class     Description
1         Occasional table, irregular shape              9         Novelty article
          (natural edge)                                 10        Furniture, any article
2         Occasional table, regular shape                11        Sculpture or carving
3         Table lamp, without shade                      12        Wall clock
4         Standard lamp, without shade                   13        Mantle or floor clock
5         Child’s toy                                    14        Miscellaneous article, not turned
6         Dish, bowl or platter, turned or carved,
          without lid                                   JUNIOR WOODWORK
7         Turned bowl or box, turned, or carved,        (up to 16 years of age)
          with lid                                      21       General
8         Deep pot or goblet                         ᾰЫ 22       Lathe general

                Membership of the Collie Agricultural Society is great value.

                                         Current fees are:
                                           Adult $15
                                           Family $30
                                           Child $7

    This entitles you to free entry on both days of the Collie show and entry in the $200
                                          prize draw.

                 Contact the Society for more details or a membership form

                                  P.O. Box 102, Collie 6225
                                      www.collieag.org.au
                                email: secretary@collieag.org.au
                                            9734 5543

         ___________________________________________________________________________
                     Please check section and general regulations carefully.
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                    Page 32

                             Section R ~
               Pottery, Hobby Ceramics & Porcelain Art
                 All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                  Exhibition Hall by 7 pm Wednesday 14th November 2012.

                   Trophy for Most Points in Classes 1-12; 21-30; 41-53.
             Certificate for Most Outstanding Exhibit in each of these sections

                              Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                    Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3

Class    Description
                   POTTERY                                           CHINA PAINTING
1        Bowl, wider in width than height               Class    Description
2        Vase
3        Sculpture                                        41     Any Article
4        Container, lid optional
5        Wall plaque, any finish
6        A set (tea, coffee, wine, etc)
7
8    Article by 1st year potter
9                                                  Ы
10   Wheel-made article
11   Any other article
12
HOBBY CERAMICS
21   Air brushing
22   Under glazes
23   Decals
24   Glazes
25   Stains
26   Brushwork
27   Crystal glazes
28   Antiquing
29   Article by child under 16 years.
30   Dry Brushing
31   Rice Paper Article

        ___________________________________________________________________________
                    Please check section and general regulations carefully.
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                       Page 33

                         Section T ~ Dolls and Bears

                All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                 Exhibition Hall by 7 pm Wednesday 14th November 2012.

                   Trophy for Most Points in Classes 1-7; 21-25; 41-46.
            Certificate for Most Outstanding Exhibit in each of these sections

                            Nomination fee: $1 for each entry.
                  Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $6, 2nd prize - $3

Class Description                                     Class Description
DOLLS & TOYS                                          PORCELAIN DOLLS
1     Dressed doll                                    41    Doll made by novice (< 12 months)
2     Bride doll                                      42    Novelty doll
3     Rag doll, hand made                             43    Bride doll (Judged on clothes only)
4     Novelty doll                                    44
5     Knitted toy                                     45    Reproduction (picture included)
6     Crocheted toy                                   46    Modern
7
8     Doll in National Dress
BEARS
21    Fur bear
22    Fabric bear                                毠Ы
23    Embroidered bear
24    Knitted bear
25    Hand sewn bear

                  A short note of thanks from Trophy Winners
                       To the donor is always appreciated.
                 If you do not know the donor’s address, letters
                                                         letters
                     May be left with the Society Secretary

     ___________________________________________________________________________
                 Please check section and general regulations carefully.
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                       Page 34

                                   Section U
                            Children’s General Work
                              And Children’s Art
                 All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                  Exhibition Hall by 7 pm Wednesday 14th November 2012.

                     ART WORK NOT TO BE BIGGER THAN A3 SIZE.

                          Trophy for Most Points in each age group.
                 Certificate for Most Outstanding Exhibit in each age group

                                PART A: GENERAL WORK

                             Nomination fee: 50c for each entry.
                 Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $3.00 2nd prize - $1.50

6 years & under                                        9 - 11 years
Class Description                                      Class Description

1        Own picture, any medium                       50       Clay models
2        Print making                                  51       3D models
3        Playdough article / object                    52       Print making
4        Weaving / Stitching                           52       Article from waste material
5        Article from waste material                   54       Christmas decoration
6        Collage                                       55       Card, any style
7        Mosaics, any article                          56       Scrapbooking, family 1 page
                                                       57       Scrapbooking, pets & animals 1 page
7 - 8 years                                            58       Scrapbooking, any other subject
Class Description                                               double page
                                                       59       jewellery
12       Clay models                                   60       Sculpture
13       3D models                                     61       Computer art design
14       Print making                                  62       Origami, 3 pieces
15       Article from waste material                   63       Mosaics, any article
16       Christmas decoration
17       Card, any style                               12-16 years
18       Scrapbooking, family 1 page                   Class Description
19       Scrapbooking, pets & animals 1 page
20       Scrapbooking, any other subject               30       3D Modelling
         double page                                   31       Pottery
21       jewellery                                     32       Sculpture
22       Sculpture                                     33       Paper craft, any article
23       Computer art design                           34       Print making
24       Origami, 3 pieces                             35       Card, any style
25       Mosaics, any article                          36       Jewellery
                                                       37       Scrapbooking, family 1 page
                                                       38       Scrapbooking, pets & animals 1 page
                                                       39       Scrapbooking, any other subject
                                                                double page
                                                       40       Textiles. Anything based on fabric &
                                                                thread

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                           Page 35

                                        SECTION U
                                  PART B: CHILREN’S ART

                              Nomination fee: 50c for each entry.
                    Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $3, 2nd prize - $1.50

                                   ART - JUNIOR SECTION
                                   SPECIAL REGULATIONS

 1:   Size limit, 30 x 50cm
 2:   All exhibits suitable for hanging. A light card mount will facilitate hanging.
 3:   Only two (2) entries per class, per person.
 4:   No signature to be shown on work.
 5:   Work to be of one (1) individual and untutored.

7 - 8 years                                              12 - 16 years
Class Description                                        Class Description

100      Black & White, any medium including             110      Black & White, any medium including
         lead pencil, pen & ink, charcoal etc.                    lead pencil, pen & ink, charcoal etc.
         Subject optional & original.                             Subject optional & original.
101      Portrait, any medium.                           111      Portrait, any medium.
102      Landscape, any medium                           112      Landscape, any medium
103      Cartoon, any medium.                            113      Cartoon, any medium.
104      Open, any medium. (Pastels, crayons,            114      Open, any medium. (Pastels, crayons,
         watercolour or pencils etc.) Any                         watercolour or pencils etc.) Any
         subject. NO AIR BRUSHING.                      Ы        subject. NO AIR BRUSHING.

9 - 11 years
Class Description

120      Black & White, any medium including
         lead pencil, pen & ink, charcoal etc.
         Subject optional & original.
121      Portrait, any medium.
122      Landscape, any medium
123      Cartoon, any medium.
124      Open, any medium. (Pastels, crayons,
         watercolour or pencils etc.) Any
         subject. NO AIR BRUSHING.

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COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                          Page 36

      V ~ LEGO / BIONICALS / MACARNO / MAGNETICS

               All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                Exhibition Hall by 7 pm Wednesday 14th November 2012.

                         Trophy for Most Points in each age group
                    Certificates for Most Outstanding in each age group

                    SPECIAL RULES AND HINTS FOR SECTION

1:     Only one (1) entry per child. (Due to space allocated.)
2:     Size: base to be no larger than 40cm square.
3:     Exhibits to be on a firm base, ready for display.
4:     Must be original design unless specified in class as a copy of original purchased
       package.
5:     Construction to show good use of colour & imagination.
6:     If construction contains motors or pneumatics, these must work.

                           Nomination fee: 50c for each entry.
                 Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $3, 2nd prize - $1.50

 OPEN
 Class    Description                                     10 - 12 years
                                                          Class Description
 1        Own creation
 2        LEGO copy (include design / packet)        毠Ы   30       Own creation
 3        Lego Technics copy (include design /            31       LEGO copy (include design / packet)
          packet)                                         32       Lego Technics copy (include design /
                                                                   packet)
 7 - 9 years                                              33       Bionicle, use own imagination.
 Class     Description                                    34       Bionicle, copy (include design /
                                                                   packet)
 10       Own creation                                    35       Any construction, motorized or
 11       LEGO copy (include design / packet)                      pneumatic.
 12       Lego Technics copy (include design /
          packet)
 13       Bionicle, use own imagination.
 14       Bionicle, copy (include design /
          packet)
 15       Any construction, motorized or
          pneumatic.

                          A short note of thanks from Trophy Winners
                               To the donor is always appreciated.
                         If you do not know the donor’s address, letters
                             May be left
                                      left with the Society Secretary

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                  Please check section and general regulations carefully.
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                         Page 37

                         Section W ~ Children’s Cooking
                     All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at
                     the Exhibition Hall by 8 am Friday 16th November 2012.

                         All Exhibits to be on a cardboard plate and in a loose
                               fitting clear plastic bag (must be visible)

                             All cooking must be children’s own work.

                           Trophy for Most Points in each age group
                      Certificates for Most Outstanding in each age group

                             Nomination fee: 50c for each entry.
                   Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $3, 2nd prize - $1.50

Class Description                                     54         Fruit scones x 6
4 - 6 years                                           55         Muffins x 6
                                                      56         Small cup cakes, not iced x 6
1        Face made from fruit and veg.                57         Small cup cakes, iced x 6
2        Decorated milk arrowroot biscuits x 3        58         Mini pizza x 2
3        Pikelets x 6                                 59         Omelette, plain
                                                      60         Omelette, savoury
7 - 8 years                                           61         Biscuits x 6 (any variety)
Class Description                                  毠 62
                                                    Ы            Decorated cake. (Icing only to be
                                                                 judged.)
10       ANZAC biscuits x 6
11       Choc. Chip cookies x 6
12       Packet cake - not iced. Include packet
         label.                                         12-16 years
13       Plain scones x 6                               Class Description
14       Fruit scones x 6
15       Muffins x 6                                    31       Choc. Chip cookies x 6
16       Small cup cakes, not iced x 6                  32       Packet cake - not iced. Include packet
17       Small cup cakes, iced x 6                               label.
18       Mini pizza x 2                                 33       Plain scones x 6
19       Omelette, plain                                34       Fruit scones x 6
20       Omelette, savoury                              35       Muffins x 6
21       Biscuits x 6 (any variety)                     36       Small cup cakes, not iced x 6
22       Decorated cake. (Icing only to be              37       Small cup cakes, iced x 6
         judged.)                                       38       Mini pizza x 2
                                                        30       Omelette, plain
9 - 11 years                                            40       Omelette, savoury
Class Description                                       41       Biscuits x 6 (any variety)
                                                        42       Decorated cake. (Icing only to be
50       ANZAC biscuits x 6                                      judged.)
51       Choc. Chip cookies x 6
52       Packet cake - not iced. Include packet
         label.
53       Plain scones x 6

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                   Please check section and general regulations carefully.
COLLIE SHOW 2012                                                                      Page 38

                       Section X ~ Children’s Needlework
                 All Exhibits, with the Society’s Card attached, must be at the
                  Exhibition Hall by 7 pm Wednesday 14th November 2012.

                            Trophy for Most Points in each age group
                       Certificates for Most Outstanding in each age group

                            Nomination fee: 50c for each entry.
                  Prize money for all classes: 1st prize - $3, 2nd prize - $1.50

7 - 8 years                                            12 - 16 years
Class    Description                                   Class    Description

1        Soft toy                                      15       Soft toy
2        Knitted article                               16       Knitted article
3        Crocheted article                             17       Crocheted article
4        Embroidered article                           18       Embroidered article
5        Wall hanging                                  19       Wall hanging
6        Dyed article                                  20       Dyed article
                                                       21       Any article of patchwork
9 - 11 years
Class    Description
                                                  Ы
30       Soft toy
31       Knitted article
32       Crocheted article
33       Embroidered article
34       Wall hanging
35       Dyed article

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