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SOCIETY OFFICIALS
ALBANY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY Incorporated
Postal Address: Post Office Box 392, ALBANY 6331
Location: Centennial Oval, Lockyer Avenue, Albany
Telephone 98414003; Facsimile 98416548;
E-mail [email protected]; Website www.albanyshow.org.au
PATRON:
Mr John O’Meehan
VICE PATRONS:
Mayor Dennis Wellington; Kevin Prince LLB; Peter Watson MLA;
Hon Robyn McSweeney JP MLC; Hon Colin Holt MLC; Mr Rick Wilson MP
TRUSTEES:
Messrs D Johnson; RJH Whittem; Mr G Wilson
PRESIDENT:
Mrs Erika Henderson
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT:
Mrs Doreen Lyon
JUNIOR VICE PRESIDENT:
Mr Des Wolfe
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT:
Mr Rob Wright
EXECUTIVE OFFICERS:
Mrs B Swainston; Mr P Murray
COUNCIL:
Messrs T Beech; P Cockayne; K Lord; D McIntosh; G Richardson; E Rogers;
E Schekell; E Shilling; S Welsh; G Willmott; G Wilson
Mesdames D Bell; J Elson; L Goodrem; T McAllister; K Oakley;
D Panizza; J Porter; S Smith; J Sutcliffe; A Watson,
SECRETARY:
Mr Paul Higginson
TREASURER:
Mrs Carolyn Cockayne
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PERPETUAL TROPHIES
The following trophies are competed for in each section in turn. For the purpose of deciding the winner of the
trophy, the following points will be counted: Champion 1; First 3; Second 2; unless otherwise stipulated for the
particular section. Each trophy will be engraved with the winner exhibitors name, section and year and will entitle
them to hold the trophy for twelve months, returning it to the secretary one month prior to the following show.
ABC RADIO 6AL SILVER CUP .......................................................................................... Supreme Ridden Exhibit
AF MARSHALL TROPHY .............................................................................................. Most Points - Rose Section
ALBANY AMATEUR WINEMAKERS CUP .................................................................................. Top Wine of Show
ARTHUR AND FREDA MARSHALL TROPHY ......................................................... Best Exhibit Pot Plant Section
B. LANGE TRAY ............................................................................................................................. Horses in Action
BETTER HEARING ALBANY WA .......................................................................................................... Junior Craft
CHALLENGE (Westpac) BANK TROPHY ........................................ Winner of the unofficial dressage competition
COMMERCIAL CATTLE............................................................................................................... First place class 1
COMMERCIAL CATTLE............................................................................................................... First place class 3
EILEEN CROXFORD PERPETUAL SHIELD ....................................... Best Bowl of Exhibition/ Decorative Roses
FIELDING INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL ASSOCIATION TROPHY ................................... Goats
FRANGIPANI FLORAL STUDIO PERPETUAL TROPHY .............................. Best Interpretive Design – Floral Art
GLENICE FLETT SHIELD ................................................ Most Points over all Sections - Creative Craft / Cookery
J & M MEUZELAAR TROPHY..............................................................................Most Points – Vegetable Classes
J M THOMSON TROPHY......................................................................................................... Champion Gladiolus
Mr HAROLD SHAW TROPHY ................................ Small Flowered Gladiolus Championship – not available 2012
MURIEL HAINES MEMORIAL CUP ................................................................. Most Outstanding Exhibit – Crochet
NELL WATKINS TROPHY ............................................................................................ Most Points Hand Spinning
OLLIE TREASURE MEMORIAL TROPHY .................................... Exhibitor gaining most points in Poultry Section
PARATTAH STUD TROPHY ................................................................... Winner Great Southern Pony of the Year
R W GOODMAN TROPHY ($50 cash) ............................................................................................................. Wool
R W GOODMAN TROPHY .............................................................. Most Outstanding Exhibit Horticultural Section
R&C DUFFIELD CHAMPION GALLOWAY .........................................................Trophy donated by R & C Duffield
SALES EXCHANGE CHAMPION HACK ........................................................ Trophy donated by Sales Exchange
SILVER JUBILEE CUP ............................................................................ Winner Great Southern Hack of the Year
SPRINGHAVEN TROPHY................................................................................... Best Sliver Exhibit Hand Spinning
THE BEAL CUP ...................................................................... Most points Horse Section by any single competitor
THELMA SIMPSON SHIELD...................................................................................................Most points Floral Art
WA GERANIUM / PELARGONIUM SOCIETY SHIELD ..................... Great Southern Pelargonium Championship
WINDRUSH HONEY BEE CHAMPION PONY ...................................................... Trophy donated by Mrs J Lucas
TABLE of CONTENTS
SOCIETY OFFICIALS .................................................................................................................................................................... 2
PERPETUAL TROPHIES ............................................................................................................................................................... 3
TABLE of CONTENTS .................................................................................................................................................................... 3
SHOWGROUND LAYOUT ............................................................................................................................................................. 4
RULES AND REGULATIONS......................................................................................................................................................... 6
N O T I C E S .................................................................................................................................................................................. 6
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ............................................................................................................................................................... 7
Section 2UM – UTE MUSTER ........................................................................................................................................................ 8
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SHOWGROUND LAYOUT
Show Office opening times
February to September Monday to Friday, 9:30am to 12:30pm
October – November, Monday to Friday, 9:30am to 3:30pm
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Proudly sponsored by
Supporting the Albany Agricultural Show,
now being presented for the 119th time.
Officially recognised as an “ICON” event.
With appreciation of the Albany Agricultural Society Inc.
Founded 1st August 1889
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RULES AND REGULATIONS
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The Society’s Annual Show is held under the Society’s Rules and Regulations, a copy of which may be seen
at the Secretary’s office. The committee may add, alter, vary or revoke any Rules and Regulations it may
deem advisable.
The committee reserves the power to reject or remove any Exhibitor, servant or attendant, or any visitor from
the Show without being required to give any explanation or being liable for compensation. The powers
conferred on the committee shall be delegated to the Secretary and all monies won by such offenders shall
be forfeited.
NO DOGS, except for exhibition, will be allowed on the grounds.
The committee reserves the right to postpone, and further postpone any Show from the advertised date, and
may make any alterations it deems desirable in the schedule of prizes, or other show arrangements.
The decision of the Society on all points shall be final and without recourse.
No exhibit shall be staged for competition until subscription or entrance fees are paid to the Society.
NO GATE ENTRY FEE WILL BE REFUNDED.
Quantities, weights and numbers will be strictly adhered to.
Membership fees: Family Up to two Adults and children under 16 YO) $45; Adult $20; Senior (Aged and
Senior Card holder) $15; Senior over 80 years of age FREE; Young Adult (16 & 17 YO) $15; Junior (6 – 15
YO inclusive) $10; Infant (0 - 5 YO inclusive) FREE, First Parking Pass $4; Second Parking Pass $10.
All persons competing and exhibiting in the Show do so at their own risk.
No protest will be considered if person protesting has not an entry in the class concerned.
The Head steward of each section reserves the right to reject and remove from the ground any exhibit, which
is in their opinion dangerous or objectionable.
The Albany Agricultural Society Incorporated Committee will not be held liable for loss of or damage to the
exhibitor’s property whilst on the grounds.
Stewards reserve the right to re-enter an entry into a more appropriate section and/or class.
Please ensure all vehicles are removed immediately after they have been unloaded and
parked opposite the Showground in Lockyer Ave. All vehicles parked illegally upon the
grounds shall be TOWED AWAY WITHOUT NOTICE.
NO ALCOHOL is to be brought onto the grounds.
NOTICES
All exhibitors must pay entrance fee to the grounds each day unless financial members of the Albany Agricultural
Society Inc.
Exhibitors will please check individual sections for times that exhibits in the various sections must be in place.
These times will be rigidly adhered to.
Exhibits MUST NOT be dismantled or removed from ground before 5:00pm Saturday.
In the event of there being no competition in any particular Class, prizes may be given if the judges certify to
particular merit, however, they are specifically requested to with-hold prizes - even where there is competition if the
exhibits are of inferior description, or not suitable for the class in which they are competing, they may be awarded a
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Prize money where applicable will be available at the Secretary’s office from 2:00pm Saturday 8 November 2014.
If you are GST registered, you must provide a tax invoice to the Albany Agricultural Society to claim prize money
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including GST. All prize money not collected by Friday 22 December 2014 (or tax invoices not lodged) will revert
back to the Society.
Entries in Trade Display Sections and various Show Sections will be received by the Society’s office at the
Showground. Please check your relevant section for closing dates AS NO LATE ENTRIES ARE RECEIVED
IN MOST SECTIONS.
PLEASE NOTE:
The Committee reserves the right to restrict entries in any class should the need arise.
Please submit entries on original applications forms supplies with Schedules. For Alpacas section this is a
requirement.
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The committee of the Albany Agricultural Society Incorporated wish to express their deep appreciation to our
generous Sponsors and Trophy Donors and ask that you acknowledge their generosity and endeavour to support
them wherever possible when making your purchases.
This listing is current at time of going to print. Further sponsors will be acknowledged in the regular Showpage and
the Show Programme.
“Anima” Roger & Cathy
Dymocks Albany
Mrs Jennifer Lucas
Swainston
Ebondale Show Accessories
O'Keefes Paint
Albany & Districts Poultry Club
Europa Albany
Orana Cinemas
Albany Agricultural Society
First National Real Estate
Palmer Earthmoving
Albany Camera House
Fitted Home Loans
Paper Craft Supplies (Ken
Albany City Motors
Focus Optical
Blight)
Albany CWA
Fort Dodge Equest
Paperbark Merchants
Albany Farm Fresh Eggs
Frontline Auto Auctions
Patchwork Place
Albany Horsemans Association
Great Southern Care Wildlife
Paynham Vale Organics
Albany Photographic Society
Great Southern Liquid Waste
Peter Watson MLA
Albany Pony Club
Greenwood Farm
R&C Duffield
Albany Spinners Group
Greg Coffey
Ranbuild Great Southern
Albany Stock Feeds
H&R Block
Reeves on Campbell
Albany Stock Feeds
Hacienda Pharmacy
Skinners Transport
Albany Weavers Group
Helen Abbey
Small Time Dexter Cattle Stud
All Seasons Motel
Hungry Jacks
Southcoast Embroidery Group
All Weather Building Products
Icky Finks
Southern Districts Dressage
Andrew Rogers – WFI
Izzafield Stables
Club
Auto One
Jim & Kaye Whittem
Southern Stationary
Bees Knees Strawberries
Kalgan Ladies Social Club
Spencer Park Newsagency
Bella Swainston
Ken Stone Motor Trimmers
Spotlight Stores Pty Ltd
Bertola Hire
King River Pony Club
Springhaven
Better Hearing Albany
King’s Plumbing
T & RA Bennett
BL & EJ Henderson
Kmart Albany
T&C Makit Hardware
Cake Decorators Assn (Albany)
Kosters Steel Construction
The Health Nut
Cake Decorators Assn (HO)
Landmark
The Trophy Shop
Campbell Road Automotive
Lower Kalgan Women’s Group
Tint-a-Car Albany
Choice of Champions Shayne
Lower King CWA
Tony Riley
Russell
Manypeaks CWA
Toyworld
City of Albany
Margaret Farley
Wellington & Reeves Real
Clarks Tyres
Maria Kolhagen
Estate
Colin Holt MLC
Milne Feeds
Westerberg Panel Beaters
Colours Down South – Pioneer
Mira Mar Veterinary Hospital
Willowie Horse Riding Centre
Village Armadale
Mitavite
Willyung Farms
Darrell Panizza Westfarmers
Montgomery’s Hill Wines
Windrose Chiropractic Clinic
Federation Insurance
Motel Le Grande
Woolworths Centro
Dog Rock Newspower
Mr & Mrs Matt Stephens
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Section 2UM – UTE MUSTER
Entry Fee: $20.00
Contact Ute Muster Councillor Phil Cockayne for more information 0407 448 024
The Albany Agricultural Society wish to thank the following sponsors for their continuing
support:
Auto One
Tint-a-Car Albany
Clarks Tyres
Albany City Motors
CLASS:
1. Best Farm Ute (B&S/Rural)
2. Best Town Ute
3. Best Sheila’s Ute
4. Best 4x4 Ute
5. Best Commercial/Business Ute
6. Best Pre 1985 Ute
7. Most Feral Ute
8. BEST IN SHOW
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Cost of Entry: $20.00 (includes your first class entry fee, vehicle pass and 1 x 2 day
Exhibitor pass), additional classes entered @ $5.00 per class.
All Utes are automatically entered into the running for Best in Show.
Entries close at 4:00pm Friday 31st October 2014
Exhibitors are requested to lodge their entries (along with payment) AS EARLY AS
POSSIBLE
Friday (Exhibit Only) Utes are to be mustered before 8:45am Friday 7th November 2014
and to remain on display until 9.00pm.
Saturday (Exhibit and Judging) Utes are to be mustered before 8:45am Saturday 8th
November 2014 and on display until 5:00pm
Some prizes may be given as vouchers.
Prizes will be awarded at the judges’ discretion.
Class prizes will not be awarded if no entries to class.
Judging 9:00am – 12:00pm Saturday 8th November 2014
Trophy Presentation 1.00pm Saturday 8th November 2014
Note: All sections of entry form must be completed
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