The Show Society - Blackbutt Agricultural Show Society

81st Annual Blackbutt Show
Saturday 16 May 2015
The Show Society
Patrons:
President:
Vice President:
Junior Vice President:
Secretary:
Treasurer:
Email:
Web Site:
Chief Stewards:
Main Pavilion:
Wood Chop:
Poultry Pavilion:
Stud Cattle:
Led Steers:
Miniature Goats:
Horse Events:
Ute Muster:
Mr & Mrs K Almond
Jamie Marriott 0427 630 142
Doc Lees
Peter Argent
Julie Taylor-Dixon 0409 479 023
Dave Robison
[email protected]
blackbuttshow.com.au
Erica Wingfield (07) 4163 0489
Peter Argent
Darran Dangerfield 0481 164 066
Margaret Wilson and Bobby Wingfield
Bobby Wingfield and Glen Argent
Alan and Rosalie Convery
Melissa Lees
Jason Black 0429 632 387
Honorary Life Members
Mr & Mrs RA Bowman
Mr & Mrs DC Morgenstern,
Mrs RC Bidgood
Mr B Nolan
Mr & Mrs B Bidgood
Mrs G Almond
Mr & Mrs K Almond
Mrs L Harper
Mrs B Cavanough
Mrs Y Ludke
Mr & Mrs C Macleod
Mr & Mrs L Barnes
Mr & Mrs R Richardson
Mr & Mrs T Smith
Honorary Life Members past and deceased 1934 to 2015
Mr L Almond
Mr K Ludke
Mr R Bidgood
Mr W Scott
Mrs K Nolan
Mrs J Olzard
Mr T Hart
Mr R Beetham
Mr I Cavanough
Mrs E Scott
Mrs AM Muller
The Blackbutt Agricultural Show Society gratefully acknowledges all who have most
generously assisted with donations of money, goods or services during the year
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Membership and Support
The Society welcomes new members who must be nominated by two
current financial members and accepted by the Board of Management.
Application forms are available from the Secretary.
Membership Fees for 2015 are $10.00 per member. Members are
entitled to vote at General Meetings and to have free admission to the
Show for themselves and their children.
Membership Fees are due on 1 September each year.
We ask for your support in the following ways:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Become a Blackbutt Show Society Member,
Become an Exhibitor,
Encourage your friends to patronise the Blackbutt Show,
Support firms and businesses that provide generous sponsorship for
many of our sections, and those which advertise in our schedule,
5. Offer assistance on show day – Contact the Show Society, please
refer to the contact details below.
Blackbutt Show Society Contact Details
Mail: PO Box 75 Blackbutt Qld 4306
Email: [email protected]
Phone Show Office: (07) 4163 0999
Phone Showgrounds: 0447 970 999
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Index
The Show Society .............................................................................................. 1
Membership and Support ................................................................................. 2
Inserts ................................................................................................................ 4
Show Programme .............................................................................................. 5
Entry Conditions & Regulations ........................................................................ 6
Show Attractions ............................................................................................... 8
Show Ring Entertainment ................................................................................. 9
Fashion Parade ................................................................................................ 12
Children’s Fancy Dress Competition ............................................................... 13
The Main Pavilion ............................................................................................ 15
The Most Successful Exhibitor ..................................................................... 16
Closing Times for Non-Student Entries ........................................................ 17
Closing Times for Student Entries ................................................................ 18
Section D - FARM PRODUCE ......................................................................... 19
Section E - FRUIT and VEGETABLES .............................................................. 23
Section F - HORTICULTURE ........................................................................... 25
Section G - CULINARY ................................................................................... 31
Section H - NEEDLEWORK ............................................................................ 37
Section J - PATCHWORK ............................................................................... 40
Section K - WOODCRAFT .............................................................................. 43
Section M - CRAFT ........................................................................................ 45
Section N - ART ............................................................................................. 49
Section P - PHOTOGRAPHY........................................................................... 51
Main Pavilion Sponsors ................................................................................ 59
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Inserts
Centre of Show Book:
The Great Banana Cake Competition Entry
Form and Rules (yellow form)
Main Pavilion Entry Forms (blue form)
Cover of Show Book:
 Blackbutt Wood Chop
 Horse Program
 Poultry Pavilion Schedule
 Miniature Goats Schedule
 State Ute Muster Series
 Cattle Section
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Show Programme
8.00am
Gates Open
8.30am
Horse Events – Main Arena
9.00am
Dog Show – Dog Arena next to the front gate
9.00am
Poultry Pavilion
9.00am
Miniature Goats
9.00am
Stud Cattle – Main Arena
9.00am
Woodchop – Woodchop Arena
9.00am – 5.00pm Pavilion
10.30am Ute Muster, Side Show Alley, Face Painting, Pig Racing,
Woodworking, Roving Entertainers (Stilt Walkers, Clowns),
working Blacksmith, Baby Animal Farm, and lots more to
entertain you!
10.30am – 4.30pm “The Marquee” Sit back and relax! Enjoy Wine and
Cheese!
11.00am Fashion Parade – The Marquee
11.30am Judging – Children’s Fancy Dress Competition – Behind the
Main Pavilion
11.45am Banana Cake Auction – Main Pavilion
12.00pm Chainsaw Speed Racing - Heats
12.00pm Russell Bidgood Memorial Championship – Woodchop
12.00pm Led Steer – Main Arena
1.00pm
GRAND PARADE
1.15pm
OFFICIAL OPENING with a performance from the Blackbutt
School Choir
1.30pm
Greg Head Memorial Standing Block Handicap – Woodchop
2.00pm
Fashion Parade – The Marquee
2.00pm
Big Top Entertainers – CIRCUS SPECTACULAR – Main Arena
2.30pm
Poultry Presentations
3.00pm
375 Queensland Underhand Championship – Woodchop
3.30pm
Pavilion Presentations
4.00pm
Post Ripping Competition - Woodchop
4.00pm
Stock Chainsaw Racing Heats and Final – Woodchop
5.30pm
Pig Racing
6.00pm
Whipcracking
7.00pm
Big Top Entertainment – CIRCUS SPECTACULAR – Main Arena
8.00pm
FIREWORKS – “FIRE & ICE”
8.00pm – 12.00am Entertainment by Neil Duddy
Admission:
Adults - $10.00,
Pensioners & Children 12 yrs and over - $5.00,
Children under 12 yrs - Free
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Entry Conditions & Regulations
The attention of intending exhibitors is drawn to the fact that entries are
accepted subject to the rules of the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural
Societies and to the Constitution and Rules of this Societies in addition to any
Special Regulations which appear within this schedule.
1.
Annual membership $10.00. Member must be nominated by 2 financial
Ordinary or Life Members. Privileges of Ordinary and Life Members: Free
admission to grounds for self and children. Attendance and voting rights at
all general meetings
2.
Non members Admission: Adult $10.00, Pensioners with concession card
$5.00, Children 12years and over $5.00, Children under 12 FREE
3.
All entry forms to be at the Show Office by the dates stated for each
section. Exhibitors are requested to use the Entry form. Completed Entry
Forms may be lodged at the Show Office at times stated within each
Section. No class tickets will be issued to an exhibitor until their entry
fees have been paid. Tickets must be attached to exhibit by exhibitors.
4.
Exhibits must be on the grounds by the time stated for each Section
5.
The Society will not be responsible for any accidents caused to, through
or by any exhibit or person and will not under any circumstances, hold
itself responsible for any loss or damage to livestock.
6.
The Society reserves the right to alter the time or order of any event. The
board of Management reserves to right to cancel or reduce Prize Money
though lack of competition. The Judges’ decisions are final and no
discussion or correspondence will be entered into. Protests must be
lodged in writing with Secretary immediately after the event. PROTEST
FEE $10.
7.
All prize money to be collected day of show. Unless prior arrangements
are made with secretary, prize money not collected may be forfeited.
Pavilion exhibits may not be removed until 5.30pm. Perishable items
not collected by 6pm may be forfeited.
8.
Exhibitors or persons in charge of exhibits who use offensive or
unbecoming language to stewards, judges or officials, or any person
insulting or interfering with stewards or officers of the Society during the
show shall incur the penalty of expulsion from the grounds or buildings. All
Persons connected with exhibits must obey the instructions of stewards or
they will be disqualified.
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9.
Saturday 16 May 2015
Workplace Health and Safety Act: All persons intending to bring
electrical equipment to the Show Grounds are required to ensure that
such equipment is fitted with earth leakage circuit breakers and that all
electrical leads, tools and appliances have been inspected and tagged by
a licensed electrical contractor. This is essential for the safety of all
exhibitors and the general public and is a requirement of the Workplace
Health and Safety Act 1989. The Act imposes very severe penalties in the
event of non – compliance with its provisions. Any person who does not
comply will not be allowed to exhibit at the Blackbutt Show grounds.
Exhibitors and Stallholders should check all electrical equipment and
leads before coming to the show grounds to avoid any difficulties.
10. Tick clearance Livestock from clean areas must be sprayed by the
Society’s Honorary Sprayer and a permit obtained before leaving the
grounds to return to clean areas. An approved Spray is provided by the
Show Society.
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Show Attractions
Featuring
 Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies Inc
’Ute Muster’
 Stud Beef Cattle Show- Led Steer
 Horse Events
 Poultry Pavilion
 Goats
 Wood Chop and Sawing
 Side Show Alley
 Ring Events
 Chainsaw Post Rip
 Blacksmith
 Grand Parade
 Champion Dogs
 Pig racing
 Fashion Parade
 Main Pavilion display 10:00 am to 5.00 pm
 Featuring: Produce, Woodcraft, Arts, Crafts,
Needlework, Tapestry, Knitting, Patchwork,
Flowers, Produce, Culinary, Preserves, Home
Brew and Photography
 School displays
 The Great Banana Cake – Auction in the Pavilion
 Evening Entertainment from 5:00 pm
 Ace Fireworks
 Laser light show
 Circus Spectacular
 Blackbutt State School Choir
Music by
Neil Duddy
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8PM - 11.30 PM
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Show Ring Entertainment
Ace Fireworks
Laser Light
Sponsored By
The Blackbutt
Agricultural Show Society Inc
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Circus Spectacular
2 shows including amazing
Aerial Acts,
Magic,
Clowns,
Contortionists
and much more.....
also Roving Entertainers
and Stilt walkers.
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Fashion Parade
On the grassy area behind the Pavilion
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First Fashion Parade at 11.00 am
Second Fashion Parade at 2.00 pm
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Children’s Fancy Dress Competition
81st Blackbutt Agricultural Show
16th May 2015
Blackbutt Show Grounds
The Blackbutt Country Craft Group Ladies wish to invite all Kindergarten to
Year 6 students to celebrate by participating in a Fancy Dress Competition.
* You should come dressed as your Favourite Storybook Character.
* You will need to be at the grassy area behind the Pavilion by 11.15am with
your entry form, for judging at 11.30am, followed by Junior Parade and Prize
Presentation in the same location at12 midday.
Entry in this competition is FREE.
Dressing up is so much fun and you could win one of our many prizes.
Kindergarten – Year 3
Primary Years 4 to 6
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1 Prize - $10
nd
2 Prize - $5
rd
3 Prize - $2.50
1 Prize - $10
nd
2 Prize - $5
rd
3 Prize - $2.50
*Grand Champion Prize - $15
YOUR SHOW - PARTICIPATE AND HAVE FUN - GOOD LUCK
Children’s Fancy Dress Entry Form (Please Print)
Family Name: .....................................................................................
Given Name: ......................................................................................
School: ...............................................................................................
Age: ………
Year: ……
Kindy or Pre School?
Entry No
Steward use only
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The Main Pavilion
All enquiries to the Main Pavilion Chief Steward:
Erica Wingfield (07) 4163 0489
The Main Pavilion will be open to receive Entries at the following times.
Monday 11 May:
Tuesday 12 May:
Wednesday 13 May:
Thursday 14 May:
Friday 15 May:
9:00 am to
9:00 am to
9:00 am to
9:00 am to
9:00 am to
5:00 pm
5:00 pm
6:00 pm
6:00 pm
6:00 pm
On Show Day, Saturday 16 May 2015
Prizes available at the Office: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Main Pavilion Open for display: 10:00 am to 5:00pm
Awards in the Main Pavilion:
3:30 pm to 4:00 pm
Main Pavilion Closed:
5:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Entry pickup in the Main Pavilion:
5:30 pm to 6:00 pm
NOTE:
 All exhibits must remain on display until 5:30 pm.
 Prize money not collected on the Show Day will be
forfeited and go to the Show Society unless otherwise
arranged with the Show Secretary.
 Articles not collected by 6 pm on Show Day may be
sold with all proceeds to the Show Society unless
otherwise arranged with the Show Secretary.
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The Most Successful Exhibitor
will be determined by adding points that an Exhibitor
earns from winning Class Placings where
3 points are allotted for 1st place,
2 points for 2nd and
1 point for 3rd.
Points are not allocated for Student Classes.
Denno’s at the Butt Discount Store
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Giftware
Toys & Craft Supplies
Homeware & Hardware
Garden supplies
Pet supplies
Stationary
69 Coulson Street, Blackbutt
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Closing Times for Non-Student Entries
Refer to the Section for Entry Fee
Section D - FARM PRODUCE
Entries must be received at the Pavilion by 6:00 pm Friday 15 May 2015
and Exhibits by 8:00 am Saturday 16 May 2015.
Section E - FRUIT and VEGETABLES
Entries must be received at the Pavilion by 6:00 pm Friday 15 May 2015
and Exhibits by 8:00 am Saturday 16 May 2015.
Section F - HORTICULTURE
Entries must be received at the Pavilion by 6:00 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
and Exhibits by 10:00 am Friday 15 May 2015.
Section G - CULINARY
Entries must be received at the Pavilion by 6:00 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
and Exhibits by 9:00 am Friday 15 May 2015
Sections H - NEEDLEWORK and J - PATCHWORK
Entries must be received at the Pavilion by 6:00 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
and Exhibits by 9:00 am Friday 15 May 2015
Sections K - WOODCRAFT, M - ARTS and N - CRAFTS
Entries must be received at the Pavilion by 6:00 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
and Exhibits by 9:00 am Friday 15 May 2015
Section P - PHOTOGRAPHY
Entries and Exhibits must be received at the Pavilion by
6:00 pm Wednesday 13 May 2015
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Closing Times for Student Entries
Entry is Free
F. STUDENT HORTICULTURE
Entries must be received at the Pavilion by 6:00 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
and Exhibits by 10:00 am Friday 15 May 2015
to be JUDGED on that day.
G. STUDENT CULINARY
Entries must be received at the Pavilion by 5:00 pm Friday 15 May 2015
and Exhibits by 8:00 am Saturday 16 May 2015
to be JUDGED on that day.
H. STUDENTS NEEDLEWORK
Entries must be received at the Pavilion by 6:00 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
and Exhibits by 9:00 am Friday 15 May 2015
to be JUDGED on that day.
J. STUDENTS PATCHWORK
Entries must be received at the Pavilion by 6:00 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
and Exhibits by 9:00 am Friday 15 May 2015
to be JUDGED on that day.
K. STUDENTS ARTS and M. STUDENTS CRAFTS
Entries must be received at the Pavilion by 6:00 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
and Exhibits by 9:00 am Friday 15 May 2015
to be JUDGED on that day.
P. STUDENTS PHOTOGRAPHY
Entries and Exhibits must be received at the Pavilion by
6:00 pm Wednesday 13 May 2015
to be JUDGED on the following day.
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Section D - FARM PRODUCE
Steward: Ken Millar, James Tigell
Entries close: 6 pm Friday 15 May 2015
Prize Money: First $3.00, Second $2.00, Third $1.00
Entry Fee: 60¢
All exhibits to be delivered to the Pavilion by 8 am Saturday 16 May 2015
Exhibits must have been grown by the exhibitor.
In classes for Any Other Variety (AOV), the variety must be named.
Perishable articles not collected by 6 pm may be sold with all proceeds reverting to the Society
PRODUCE
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
D16
D17
D18
D19
D20
3kg maize – yellow variety
3kg maize – white variety
3kg maize – red variety
6 cobs maize –small variety
6 cobs maize – large variety
Collection of cobs (3 of each
variety)
3 stalks maize – dry cob
3 stalks maize – green cob
3kg grain sorghum
6 heads grain sorghum
Bundle grain sorghum
1kg peanuts in shell
1kg Soya beans
1kg navy beans
3kg wheat
3kg barley
3kg oats
Sheaf of wheat
Sheaf Barley
Sheaf of oats
D21 5 kg potatoes – red variety
D22 5kg potatoes-white variety
D23 Collection of potatoes (3 of each
variety named)
D24 7kg maltese sweet potatoes
D25 7kg red sweet potatoes
D26 7kg AOV sweet potatoes
D27 2 Qld blue pumpkins
D28 2 Jarradale pumpkins
D29 2 Gramma pumpkins
D30 2 Gramma bulge pumpkins
D31 2 Triamble pumpkins
D32 2 Crown pumpkins
D33 2 Iron Bark pumpkins
D34 2 golden Nugget pumpkins
D35 2 cattle pumpkins
D36 2 pumpkins AOV (same variety to
be named on pumpkins)
D37 Heaviest cattle pumpkin
D38 2 Jap pumpkins
D39 2 Kent special
FODDER
D40
D41
D42
D43
D44
D45
D46
D47
D48
Bag Lucerne chaff
Bag chaff, AOV
Bundle green oats
Bundle green Lucerne
Bundle green fodder sorghum
Bundle green panic
Bundle Rhodes grass
Sheaf Sudan grass hay
Sheaf millet hay
CHAMPION EXHIBIT (D1-D57)
RESERVE CHAMPION (D1 to D57)
D49
D50
D51
D52
D53
D54
D55
D56
D57
Voucher
Cash
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Bale Lucerne hay – fresh
Bale Lucerne hay – Shedded
Collection improved grasses
Collection improved Legume
Collection improved fodders
2 head sunflowers
2 pie melons
Heaviest pie melon
Collection of seed
Sponsor: Ken Millar
Sponsor: Bunya Nut Café
81st Annual Blackbutt Show
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WATER
Peter Olzard can supply
Soft and Natural Lab Tested Water
Delivered in a Hygienic Stainless steel Tank
 10,000 litre Loads
 LFD 2014 / 0251
Tank Cleaning Available
Phone: 4163 0318
For Prompt Delivery
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APIARY
All entries must have registered number displayed.
D58
D59
D60
D61
500g Extracted honey, light
500g Extracted honey, dark
500g Candied honey
Honey and Comb
D62 Frame comb honey
D63 Observation hive with Queen
D64 1kg Beeswax
DAIRY
D65 500G Homemade butter
D66 500g Homemade Loaf Cheese
D67 600ml Cream
EGGS
D68 6 White hen eggs
D69 6 Brown hen eggs
D70 6 Duck eggs
D71. 6 Turkey eggs
D72 6 Bantam eggs
HOME BREW
D73
D74
D75
D76
750ml Lager
750ml Draught
750ml Pilsener
750ml Bitter
CHAMPION EXHIBIT:
D77 750ml Stout
D78 AOV of Home Brew (to be named
on bottle)
Cash
Sponsor: Hotel Radnor
D79 Any Variety of Wine (to be named on bottle)
1st Prize in Class D79 Any Variety of Wine
Cash
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Sponsor: Peter R Olzard
81st Annual Blackbutt Show
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Open 7 Days from
Saturday – Sunday from 6am
Monday – Friday from 5am
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Dine In or Take – Away
Food & Drinks
BBQ Chickens, Burgers & Home Cooked Meals
Golden Fried Chicken
Pizza’s
BYO
Greenies Mini Diggers
 4 in 1 Bucket
 Post Holes
 Trencher
 Levelling
 Angle Blade
Dale: 0457 395 961
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67 JANICE COURT
BLACKBUTT Q 4306
81st Annual Blackbutt Show
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Section E - FRUIT and VEGETABLES
Steward: Ken Millar, James Tigell
Entries close: 6 pm Friday 15 May 2015
Prize Money: First $3.00, Second $2.00, Third $1.00
Entry Fee: 60¢
All exhibits to be delivered to the Pavilion by 8 am Saturday 16 May 2015
Exhibits must have been grown by the exhibitor.
In classes for Any Other Variety (AOV), the variety must be named.
Perishable articles not collected by 6 pm may be sold with all proceeds reverting to the Society.
FRUIT and NUTS
Leave stems on
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
E9
E10
3 Lisbon Lemons
3 Meyer Lemons
3 Rough Skin Lemons
3 Citrons
3 Grapefruit
3 Navel Oranges
3 Sweet Oranges
3 Glen Retreat Mandarins
3 AOV Mandarins
3 Passionfruit
E11
E12
E13
E14
3 Avocados
3 Kiwifruit
Plate of Rosellas
Plate of Macadamia Nuts (in
shell)
E15 Plate of Nuts AOV
E16 Any variety of fruit not specified
E17 Collection of fruit - not less than 6
varieties
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
RESERVE CHAMPION
Cash
Cash
Sponsor: T & A Montague
Sponsor: Blackbutt Sports Centre
VEGETABLES
E18 3 red Tomatoes
E19 3 yellow Tomatoes
E20 Collection of Tomatoes, not less
than 3 varieties
E21 2 Capsicum
E22 Plate of Chillies
E23 2 small table Cabbages
E24 2 large table Cabbages
E25 Heaviest Cabbage
E26 Collection of Cabbages, not less
than 3 varieties
E27 2 Cauliflowers
E28 2 heads of Broccoli
E29 6 Brussels sprouts
E30 2 Lettuce
E31 Bunch of Silver Beet
E32 Bundle of Rhubarb
E33 2 Kohl Rabi, purple
E34 2 Kohl Rabi, green
E35
E36
E37
E38
E39
E40
E41
E42
E43
E44
E45
E46
E47
E48
E49
E50
E51
E52
E53
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2 Turnips, purple top
2 Turnips, white stone
2 Turnips, swede
3 Carrots, long
3 Carrots, medium
3 Carrots, short
3 Parsnips
3 Beetroot, globe variety
3 Beetroot, AOV
3 Radishes
Plate of Greenfeast Peas
Plate of Yorkshire Hero Peas
Plate of Snow Peas
Plate of peas, AOV
Plate of Beans, Epicure
Plate of Beans, Butter
Plate of Beans, AOV
Bunch of Eschalots
Bundle of Leeks
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E54
E55
E56
E57
E58
E59
E60
E61
E62
E63
E64
E65
Saturday 16 May 2015
3 White Onions
3 Brown Onions
Vegetable Marrow, long white
Vegetable Marrow, long green
2 Zucchini
2 Squash, white
2 Squash, golden bush
2 Hubbard Squash
Collection of Squash
2 Apple Cucumbers
2 long green Cucumbers
2 Syrian Cucumbers
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
RESERVE CHAMPION
E66
E67
E68
E69
E70
2 green smooth Chokos
2 green rough Chokos
2 yellow Chokos
Any other vegetable
Collection of fresh herbs, 6 or
more varieties (picked)
E71 Collection of Vegetables, less
than 12 varieties
E72 Collection of vegetables12 or
more variety
Voucher
Trophy
Sponsor: Tony & Desley Ryan
Sponsor: Blackbutt Hardware
FRUIT and NUT OILS
To be in clear 500ml bottles with the name of the oil on the bottle
E73 Avocado Oil
E74 Olive oil
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
E75 Any Other Variety Oil
Cash
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Sponsor: Googa Farms
81st Annual Blackbutt Show
Saturday 16 May 2015
Section F - HORTICULTURE
Steward: Betty Flint, Kathy Scott
Entries close: 6 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
Prize Money: First $3.00, Second $2.00, Third $1.00
Entry Fee: 60¢
Students Entry Fee: Free
All exhibits to be delivered to the Pavilion by 10 am Friday 15 May 2015
Exhibits must have been grown by the exhibitor.
All flowers to be exhibited in suitable containers provided by exhibitors
Exhibitors must not be professional or hold an ABN pertaining to these Classes.
CUT FLOWERS and SHRUBS
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Rose Bud
Rose 3 stages, same rose
3 Roses of different colours
Rose. Full bloom
Miniature Rose
Vase of Roses mixed colours,
mixed variety
F7 Truss Floribunda or Polyanthus
F8 Single Gerbera
F9 Double or Hybrid Gerbera
F10 3 stems of Chrysanthemums
F11 3 stems Geraniums, single,
different colours
F12 3 Hibiscus bloom
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Most Successful Exhibitor
F13
F14
F15
F16
F17
F18
F19
F20
F21
Trophy
Cash
3 Camelia blooms
1 Stem Azalea, single
1 Stem Azalea, double
1 Stem Banksia
1 Stem other Native Flowering
Shrub
1 Orchid Bloom or Spike
1 cut Spike or Bloom not
mentioned
1 Stem, flower or shrub not
mentioned
1 Stem Coleous
Sponsor: Chantik Hair Design
Sponsor: Bendigo Bank
CONTAINER OF FLOWERS
F22 Container shrub flowers
F23 Novel Container mixed variety
flowers
FLORAL WORK/ARRANGEMENT In Fresh Flower
Steward: Jennifer Wingfield
F24 Flower. In a glass bottle with a
leaf
F25 Arrangement of Native Flowers
and foliage
F26 Arrangement with succulents
F27 Modern arrangement- 3 flowers
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
F28 Floral Arrangement, suitable for a
dinner table
F29 Arrangement with 3 flowers, 5
rocks, 1 leaf
F30 Song title – (name it) - flower
F31 Arrangement of foliage must have
rose
Cash
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FLORAL WORK/ARRANGEMENT in Artificial Flower
F32 Basket of Flowers
F33 Arrangement with wood and
flowers
F34 Arrangement with 3 flowers, 5
rocks, 1 leaf
F35 Arrangement, Suitable for dinner
table
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
F36 Arrangement with one Colour with
flower
F37 Arrangement for Father’s Day
must have flower in it
F38 Dried arrangement
F39 Arrangement with white flower
must be in a black vase
Cash
Sponsor: Les & Mardi Preston
POT PLANTS
Pot Plants accepted 3 pm to 5 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
F40
F41
F42
F43
F44
F45
F46
F47
F48
F49
F50
F51
Maidenhair Fern
Any other Fern
Plant on support
Large leaf Begonia
Small leaf Begonia
Sygonium
1 only Potted Bromeliad
Mounted Bromeliad
1 Decorative plant- foliage only
1 container – 3 different plants
1 succulent
Community Garden – e.g.
succulent cacti etc
F52 Cactus
F53 1 Cacti Garden – accessories
allowed
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
F54. Exhibit of Bonsai
F55. Flowering Orchid, cattleya
F56. Flowering Orchid, Dendrobium
F57. Any other Orchid
F58. 1 Palm
F59. Hanging Basket Fern
F60. Hanging basket with a variety of
plants
F61. Flowering hanging basket- in
flower
F62. Flowering pot plant in flower
F63. Flowering Zygocactus
F64. Pot of Herbs – at least 3 different
types
F65. Terrarium – accessories allowed
Voucher
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Sponsor: Blackbutt Newsagency
81st Annual Blackbutt Show
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PRIMARY STUDENTS
Up to Grade 6
F66
F67
F68
F69
F70
F71 Special Arrangement – Year of
the Light
F72 Arrangement in a Food tin with
label
Mixed flowers in a glass bottle
Single cut flower or bloom
Miniature garden
Pot plant cared for by exhibitor
FACE fashioned from vegetables,
Fruit, flowers & foliage. Must have
all four things in it
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Most Successful Exhibitor
1st Prize in Class F71 Special Arrangement
Voucher
Voucher
Cash
Sponsor: Edelweiss Café &Flowers
Sponsor: Blackbutt Pharmacy
Sponsor: Jenni Chew
SECONDARY STUDENTS
Grade7 to Grade 12
F73 Single cut flower or bloom
F74 Arrangement with 3 flowers, 5
rocks, 1 leaf
F75 Pot plant, cared for by exhibitor
F76 Song title – (name it)
F77 Arrangement in novelty container
F78 Special Arrangement – Year of
the Light
F79 Artificial Arrangement with Pink
Rose
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Most Successful Exhibitor
1st Prize Class F78 Special Arrangement
Voucher
Sponsor: Studio 4
Cash
Sponsor: Benarkin Store
Cash Sponsor: Blackbutt Benarkin Garden Club
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Horticulture Hints and Tips from the Judges
 Take blighted Petals off, leave a few leaves on.
 Remove diseased or leaves with holes.
 Take extra off on ‘Rose bud” or other single bloom
category
 Rosebud must be open a little to show opening petals
coming from centre.
 Blow gently on bud to open it little more if necessary.
 Cut Coleus 3 days before needed, immerse stems in water
to prevent drooping on judging day.
 Insert small wad of newspaper behind single stem to make
firm &prevent container falling over
 Protea is not native to Australia.
 Geralton Wax is a native (W.A.)
 Bowl – round container
 Trough – rectangular
 Single flower category – flower must be dominant not the
foliage
 First named must be predominant – e.g. Fruit & Flowers,
Flowers & Driftwood
 Try to avoid rigid lines especially in dried arrangements,
soften with wood shavings, pods etc
 Hessian or other material maybe draped over container so
eye goes first to arrangement.
 Flower may be purchased for arrangements.
 Cut flowers, pot plants must be grown & cultivated by
exhibitor.
 All arrangements to be in water except for dried
arrangements.
 Floral Saucer – damp sand in saucer, patterned with
flowers
 Single Gerbera – 1 row petals only
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Blackbutt Newsagency
Gifts & Toys
Phone: 4163 0170 Fax: 41630025
All current Newspapers and magazines
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Gold Lotto & Instant Scratch-its
Large Range of Art Supplies
School Requisites & Supplies
CHANTIK HAIR DESIGN
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Men’s Cuts
Ladies Cuts
Children’s Cuts
Range of hair products
Hair styling for all occasions
Call in and see Shelly
Phone: 4170 0997
Sponsors: CHAMPION FLOWER OF THE SHOW
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Section G - CULINARY
Stewards: Naydean Frohloff, Lola Harper
Entries Close: 6 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
Jane Steley, Annette Dodt
Students Close: 5 pm Friday 15 May 2015
Prize Money: First $3.00, Second $2.00, Third $1.00
Entry Fee: 60¢
Student Entry: Free
For Adult Sections: All entries are to be at pavilion by 9 am Friday 15 May 2015.
For Student Sections: All entries are to be at the pavilion by 8 am Saturday 16th May 2015.
In classes for Any Other Variety (AOV), the variety must be named.
A covered board will be supplied by the show society for all entries except Open Tart and
Decorated Novelty Cakes.
Exhibitors must not be professional or hold an ABN pertaining to these classes.
Special Trophies
The Rex Bowman Encouragement Award
Is awarded to the runner-up of the Most Successful Entrant in each of the Cakes,
Scones, Biscuits and Slices, Men’s Cooking and Preserves Divisions.
The Emily Georgina Bowman Memorial Trophy
Is awarded to the Most Successful Entrant who gains the most combined points in the
Cakes, Scones, Biscuits and Slices, Men’s Cooking and Preserves Divisions
SOUTH BURNETT SUB-CHAMBER RICH FRUIT CAKE COMPETITION
Sponsored by North Coast Foods
(Must live in the South Burnett Area to go on to SUB CHAMBER COMPETITION Level)
Rules of competition at Show Level
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Own recipe to be used:
To be half pound mixture (250g).
1½ kg dried fruit including currants (whole), sultana and raisins (cut) and mixed peel;
cherries and nuts optional.
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To be baked in a square tin approximately 20cm.
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Anyone who has won at state level cannot enter at any level of the competition for the next
12 months
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Winner (or runner up if winner is unavailable) continues on to the SUB CHAMBER
COMPETITION where a 1.1lb (500g) cake is baked in a square 25.5cm (10 inch) tin.
The Sub chamber winner is eligible for State Finals and should check with Show Secretary
for the rules at this level.
st
nd
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Sub Chamber Competition Prize Money: 1 $50.00 2 $30.00 3 $20.00
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CAKES
Please note that the shape of the cake is stated in each Class
G1
Sponge Sandwich, corn flour or
arrowroot, jam filled, dusted with
icing sugar in a round tin
G2 Tea cake plain with sugar and
cinnamon topping in a round tin
G3 Sand cake baked in a ring tin iced
all round with lemon icing
G4 Chocolate ring iced all around
with chocolate icing
G5 Orange bar iced on top orange
icing
G6 Kentish cake iced on top with
chocolate bar tin
G7 Ginger bread un-iced baked in a
bar tin
G8 Sultana cake un-iced round or
square tin
G9 Date loaf baked in bar tin
G10 Carrot cake round tin lemon icing
on top
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Most Successful Runner-Up
Prize Money for Classes G15 and G17
G11 Marble cake bar tin with marble
icing
G12 Boiled fruit cake round or square
tin – 375 g fruit
G13 Pumpkin fruit Cake round or
square tin – 375 g fruit
G14 Steamed pudding any variety
G15 Rich fruit cake, round or square
tin (1/2 pound or 250g).
nd
Prize Money: 1st $5.50, 2
rd
$2.00, 3 card only
G16 Novelty Cake decorated with
butter icing. The board should be
a minimum of 2cm all around the
cake.
G17 Single tier iced cake for a special
occasion using founder icing. This
exhibit may have a dummy cake
inside it. Prize Money: 1st $7.50,
nd
rd
2 $5.00, 3 card only.
G18 Open tart any filling pastry based
Cash
Trophy
Cash
Sponsor: Wiikirri B&B Retreat
Sponsor: Rex Bowman
Sponsor: Lola Harper
SCONES, BISCUITS and SLICES
G19 4 muffins sweet- not in patty
papers
G20 4 muffins savoury- not in patty
papers
G21 4 Lamingtons
G22 5 Plain Scones
G23 5 Pumpkins Scones
Most Successful Exhibitor
Most Successful Runner-Up
G24
G25
G26
G27
G28
G29
Trophy
Trophy
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5 Pikelets
5 Chocolate squares iced
5 Marshmallow Slice
5 Slice square un-iced
5 Rolled oats Biscuits
5 Ginger Nut
Sponsor: Fay Green
Sponsor: Rex Bowman
81st Annual Blackbutt Show
Saturday 16 May 2015
MEN’S COOKING
G30 Boiled fruit cake round or square
tin, 375g fruit
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
G31. 5 Pikelets
G32. Damper
Cash
Most Successful Runner-Up
Trophy
Sponsor: South Burnett Regional
Council
Sponsor: Rex Bowman
PRESERVES
Stewards: Annette Sutcliffe, Bev Brown
All Jams should be in 400g – 500g jars, Pickles in 500g – 750g jars.
Rubber band or sticky tape to hold ticket.
All bottles should be well filled
G33
G34
G35
G36
G37
G38
G39
G40
G41
G42
G43
G44
Jar Mustard Pickles
Jar Chutney any variety
Jar Mayonnaise
Jar Tomato Relish
Jar Relish AOV
Jar pickled onions
Jar any other vegetable pickled
Jar Fig Jam
Jar Tomato Jam
Jar Rosella Jam
Preserved Fruit and Vegetable
Jar Plum Jam
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Most Successful Exhibitor
Most Successful Runner-Up
Encouragement Award
G45
G46
G47
G48
G49
G50
G51
Jar Apricot Jam
Jar AOV jam
Jar of Jelly to be named
Jar Sweet Orange Marmalade
Jar Grapefruit Marmalade
Jar AOV Marmalade
Jar Lemon Butter (Must be in
250g)
G52 Jar Passion fruit butter (Must be
in 250g)
G53 Sauce any variety in sauce bottle
(clearly labeled)
Voucher
Sponsor: Dream Beauty
Trophy Sponsor: Annette Sutcliffe & Bev Brown
Trophy
Sponsor: Rex Bowman
Cash
Sponsor: Peter R Olzard
PRIMARY STUDENTS
up to Grade 6
G54 5 Pikelets
G55 5 small cakes un-iced in patty
papers
G56 5 Square chocolate slices un-iced
G57 3 Muffins (cooked in muffin tins)
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Encouragement Award
1st Prize Class G59 Novelty Decorated Cake
G58 Chocolate packet cake single
layer in round tin chocolate icing
G59 Novelty decorated cake with
butter icing. The board should be
a minimum of 2cm all around the
cake.
Cash
Trophy
Trophy
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Sponsor: Blackbutt Bakery
Sponsor: Blackbutt Post Office
Sponsor: Blackbutt Hardware
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SECONDARY STUDENTS
Grade 7 to Grade 12
G60 5 plain Scones
G61 5 Pikelets
G62 Small cakes un-iced in patty
papers
G63 Tea Cake sugar and cinnamon
topping round tin
G64 5 Anzac biscuits
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Encouragement Award
1st Prize Class G66 Novelty Decorated Cake
G65 3 Savory Muffins (cooked in
muffin tins)
G66 Novelty decorated cake with
butter icing. The board should be
a minimum of 2cm all around the
cake.
Trophy
Cash
Cash
Sponsor: Fay Green
Sponsor: Andy Box
Sponsor: Peter R Olzard
DAY CARE and KINDY KIDS
G67 2 Milk Arrowroot Biscuit joined together with icing and decorated with icing on top
with any type of sprinkles No lollies
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Cash
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Sponsor: Guppy’s Early Learning Centre
81st Annual Blackbutt Show
Saturday 16 May 2015
Blackbutt
Sand & Gravel
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Excavators
Backhoe
Sites cuts
Tip Truck
Roller
Dams
Power Poles
Sand & Gravel
Blocks Cleared
Grader
John Green – 0408 195 042
Paul Green – 0431 125535
Phone: 4163 0215 Fax: 4170 0222
Email: [email protected]
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Section H - NEEDLEWORK
Stewards: Kathy Whiting, Susan Strid
Entries Close: 6 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
Prize Money: First $3.00, Second $2.00, Third $1.00
Entry Fee: 60¢
Student Entry: Free
All exhibits to be delivered to the pavilion by 9 am Friday 15 May 2015.
Class tickets must be attached by Exhibitor.
Work must not be laundered, used or worn.
Articles may not be entered in more than two successive Blackbutt Shows.
Exhibits that have previously won a First Prize in open competition at a Blackbutt Show are NOT
ELIGIBLE TO COMPETE AGAIN.
Exhibitors must not be professional this means your Craft must not be your main source of
income.
EMBROIDERY
H1
H2
H3
H4
H5
Tray Cloth, Runner or Centre
Duchess Set
Table Centre
Work on Check Material
Article Creative Embroidery, any
medium must show variety of
stitches
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
H6
H7
H8
H9
H10
H11
H12
Cash
Exhibit of Tapestry
Long Stitch
Exhibit of Fine Cross Stitch
Exhibit of Hardanger
Exhibit of Candlewick
Embroidered article not specified
Ribbon Embroidery
Sponsor: Linda Martin & Pauline Boike
CROCHET
Exhibits in classes H13 to H17 to be mounted and pinned
H13 Coffee Table Cloth over 50cm
diameter
H14 Tray Cloth or Centre, 25 to 50cm
diameter
H15 Doyley under 25cm
H16 Doyley 4 ply cotton or knitting
cotton
H17 Duchess Set
H18 Table Runner Any Length
H19 Article with Crochet Edge with
Fine Cotton
H20 Article with Crochet Edge with
Knitting & Crochet Cotton
H21 Handkerchief - Crochet Edge
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
H22 Handkerchief - Crochet Corner
H23 Garment in Knitting Cotton, Wool
or Similar Yarn
H24 Bedspread
H25 Baby’s Rug or Knee Rug 114 x
114
H26 Pram Cover
H27 Baby’s Three Piece Set
H28 Dress or Blouse Hanger
H29 Cushion (Must have insert)
H30 Article not specified
H31 Beanie & scarf set
H32 Cape, Shawl or Poncho
H33 Scarf
Trophy
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Sponsor: Elaine Gorlick
81st Annual Blackbutt Show
Saturday 16 May 2015
KNITTING
H34
H35
H36
H37
H38
Cardigan or Jumper for Child
Cardigan or Jumper for Adult
Frock for Baby or Child
Baby’s Three Piece Set
Baby’s Bootees with Bonnet or
Beanie Set
H39 Bedspread
H40 Baby Rug or Knee Rug
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
H41
H42
H43
H44
H45
H46
H47
H48
Dress or Blouse Hanger
Tea Cosy
Machine -knitted Article
Article not specified
Beanie & scarf set
Pram Cover
Cape, Shawl or Poncho
Scarf
Trophy
Sponsor: Irene Ogilvie
MISCELLANEOUS
H49
H50
H51
H52
H53
Handmade Stitched Card
Dress or Blouse Hanger
Nylon Ribbon Work
Cushion (Must have insert)
Tea Cosy
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
H54
H55
H56
H57
H58
Pot Holder
Article Suitable for a Birthday Gift
Novelty Article – Small
Novelty Article - Large
Article in Tatting
Trophy
Sponsor: Erica Wingfield
MACHINE SEWING
H59 Infant’s Outfit- less than 18
months
H60 Toddlers Outfit – 18 months to 2
years
H61 Childs Outfit –3 to 12 years
H62 Jacket (Any age Female or Male)
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
H63
H64
H65
H66
H67
Cash
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Machine appliqué
Skirt (Any age)
Article in Stretch Fabric
Over locked Article
Any article not specified
Sponsor: Kathy Underwood
81st Annual Blackbutt Show
Saturday 16 May 2015
MACHINE EMBROIDERY
All Quilts must have split Rod Pockets to hang.
Wall Hangings to be on rod
H68
H69
H70
H71
Quilt - Large
Quilt – Small to Single Quilt
Table Cloth or Runner
Cushion with Machine
Embroidery (Must have insert)
H72 Free Standing Lace
H73 Machine Embroidery Bag
H74 Any Article not specified
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Cash
H75 Embroidery Challenge:
1st Prize Only
Sponsor: Blackbutt Busy Needles Club
A single place mat and matching coaster with some
Machine Embroidery
Cash
Sponsor: Terry & Sue Tully
PRIMARY STUDENTS
up to Grade 6
H77 Crochet Article
H78 Knitted Article
H79 Hand Embroidered Article
H80 Machine Sewn Article
H81 Any Other Article
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Voucher
Sponsor: Dennos Discount Store
SECONDARY STUDENT
Grade 7 to Grade 12
H82 Crochet Article
H83 Knitted Article
H84 Hand Embroidered Article
H85 Machine Sewn Article
H86 Any Other Article
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Cash
Sponsor: Susan Strid
PEOPLE’S CHOICE - PEG BAG
RESTRICTED to members of the Blackbutt Busy Needles Club only
H87 Peg Bag - Any medium except wood
To be judged by the public on Show Day - No prize money - Card Only
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Saturday 16 May 2015
Section J - PATCHWORK
Stewards: Linda Martin, Desley Ryan
Entries Close: 6 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
Prize Money: First $3.00, Second $2.00, Third $1.00
Entry Fee: 60¢
Student Entry: Free
All Quilts must have split Rod Pockets to hang and State if professionally quilted.
Classes H3 to H13 may be any form of Quilting.
All exhibits must be delivered to the Pavilion by 9 am Friday 15 May 2015.
Entry tickets must be attached by the Exhibitor.
Work must not be laundered, used or worn.
No article may be entered in more than two successive Blackbutt Shows.
Exhibitors must not be professional (this means your craft must not be your main source of
income)
OPEN PATCHWORK
J1
J2
J3
J4
J5
J6
J7
J8
J9
J10
J11
J12
J13
J14
J15
J16
J17
J18
J19
J20
J21
Patchwork Challenge: Theme is a garden. It must have a butterfly included in the
finished 12” Block. Can be any medium. If Wall hanging, must have own rod with
st
it. TROPHY for 1 , NO PRIZE MONEY
Blackbutt Timbertown Quilters Challenge: Patchwork Pillowcase Theme - A
Country Show. Suitable for a child. (Approx Size 28” x 18”.) With the exhibitor’s
permission, exhibits for this challenge will be donated to a Children’s Cancer
st
Ward. TROPHY for 1 , NO PRIZE MONEY
Machine Pieced Large Quilt – Hand Quilted
Machine Pieced Single & Small Quilt – Hand Quilted
Machine Pieced Large Quilt – Domestic Machine Quilted
Machine Pieced Single or Small Quilt – Domestic Machine Quilted
Machine Pieced Large Quilt – Professionally Quilted
Machine Pieced Single or Small Quilt – Professionally Quilted
Machine Pieced Large Quilt – Quilted by exhibitor or using Quilting machine
Machine Pieced Single or Small Quilt – Quilted by exhibitor or using Quilting
machine
Hand Appliqué Quilt – All Sizes
Naïve Appliqué Quilt – All Sizes
Machine Appliqué Quilt – All Sizes
Cushion (Must have insert)
Wall Hangings (to be on rod)
Hand Appliqué
Machine Appliqué
Any Article Not Specified.
Any Article in Red or Blue Work (hand worked only)
Something new out of something old. Must include photo of the original article.
Patchwork bag (any medium)
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
1st Prize J1 Patchwork Challenge
1st Prize J2 Timbertown Quilters Challenge
Cash
Trophy
Trophy
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Sponsor: Timbertown Quilters
Sponsor: Erica Wingfield
Sponsor: Timbertown Quilters
81st Annual Blackbutt Show
Saturday 16 May 2015
PRIMARY STUDENTS
Up to Grade 6
J22 Placemat, any material
J23 Hand or Machine pieced cushion
(Must have insert)
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
J24 Any other article in Patchwork
Voucher
Sponsor: Somethings Country
SECONDARY STUDENT
Grade 7 to Grade 12
J25 Placemat, any material
J26 Hand or Machine pieced cushion
(Must have insert)
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
J27 Any other article in Patchwork
Cash
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Sponsor: Paul and Sarah Green
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81st Annual Blackbutt Show
Saturday 16 May 2015
Section K - WOODCRAFT
Stewards: Gaye Kadel, Chrissie Phillips
Entries Close: 6 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
Prize Money: First $5.00, Second $2.00, Third $1.00
Entry Fee: 60¢
Student Entry: Free
All entries are to be delivered to the Pavilion by 9 am Friday 15 May 2015.
No article may be entered in more than 2 successive Blackbutt Shows.
Exhibitors must not be professional - your art or craft must not be your main source of income.
WOODCRAFT
First prize of $5 for each Class is sponsored by the Timbertown
Woodworkers
K1
K2
K3
K4
K5
K6
K7
K8
K9
Laminated and/or Decorated
Pegged Article
Combination of Spindle Turning
and Face Plate Turning
Bowl any diameter
Pen – Wood only
Lidded bowl
Clock - comprised partly of wood
Vase or Hollow Vessel
Lamp Base
Platter or Lazy Susan
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Encouragement Award
K10 Relief Carving
K11 Sculpture Carving
K12 Open - any other article
predominantly comprised of
wood.
K13 Furniture comprised
predominantly of wood
K14 Exhibit of wood burning
K15 Scroll Work, Fret Work
K16 Trinket or Jewellery Box Wood
Only
Cash
Cash
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Sponsor: Andy Box
Sponsor: Timbertown Woodworkers
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81st Annual Blackbutt Show
Saturday 16 May 2015
Section M - CRAFT
Stewards: Gaye Kadel, Chrissie Phillips
Entries Close: 6 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
Prize Money: First $3.00, Second $2.00, Third $1.00
Entry Fee: 60¢
Student Entry: Free
All entries are to be delivered to the Pavilion by 9 am Friday 15 May 2015.
No article may be entered in more than 2 successive Blackbutt Shows.
Exhibitors must not be professional - your art or craft must not be your main source of income.
DOLLS and TOYS
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
Clown Doll
Sewn Doll dressed, all clothing to
be sewn
Porcelain Doll-Head -Arms and
legs on cloth body
Dressed Doll - Knitted Outfit
Dressed Doll - Crochet Outfit
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
M6
M7
M8
M9
M10
M11
Dressed Doll- sewn outfit
Knitted Toy (not doll)
Crochet Toy (not doll)
Sewn Toy (not doll)
Wooden Toy
Other Toy
Cash
Sponsor: Benarkin Store
PAPER CRAFT
M12 Scrapbook page 12 x12
M13 Scrapbook picture frame no
larger than A4 portrait or
landscape
M14. Create a paper craft object with
photo
M15 3 x cards Wedding, Engagement
and Anniversary
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
M16 3 x cards adult female/male,
girl/boy, baby boy/girl
M17 Item using paper toll
M18 Item using quilling
M19 Item made with paper Mache
M20 Item made using decoupage
Trophy
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Sponsor: Jill Holt
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OTHER CRAFT
M21 Exhibit of Fabric Printing
M22 Leather craft, stamped or carved
M23 Leather craft, Article suitable for
horse work
M24 Folk Art exhibit
M25 Decoupage exhibit
M26 Ceramic Article
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
M27 Collection - 3 articles, different
crafts exhibited as a group
M28 Item of Jellewery (hand made to
be mounted on black or white
cardboard)
M29 Any Other Craft exhibit
Cash
Sponsor: Gaye Kadel
M30 Craft Challenge 2015: Any article, no larger than A4, made of fabric or felt and
decorated with buttons. Other embellishments may also be used.
1st Prize only
Cash
Sponsor: Blackbutt Country Crafters Group
PRIMARY STUDENT CRAFT
up to Grade 6
M31 Woodwork Article
M32 Exhibit of Fabric Painting
M33 Soft Toy any medium
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
M34 Item of Jellewery (hand made to
be mounted on black or white
cardboard)
M35 Any Other Craft Exhibit
M36 Loom Bands – Any Medium
Cash
Sponsor: QCWA Blackbutt/Yarraman
SECONDARY STUDENT CRAFT
Grade 7 to Grade 12
M37 Woodwork Article
M38 Metalwork Article
M39 Item of Jewellery Hand made to
be mounted on black or white
cardboard
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
M40
M41
M42
M43
Cash
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Exhibit of Fabric Painting.
Soft Toy any medium
Any Other Craft Exhibit
Loom Bands – Any Medium
Sponsor: QCWA Blackbutt/Yarraman
81st Annual Blackbutt Show
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81st Annual Blackbutt Show
Saturday 16 May 2015
Section N - ART
Stewards: Dell Stevenson,
Entries Close: 6 pm Thursday 14 May 2015
Gaye Kadel, Chrissie Phillips
Entry Fee: 60¢
Prize Money: First $3.00, Second $2.00, Third $1.00
Student Entry: Free
All entries are to be delivered to the Pavilion by 9 am Friday15 May 2014.
Articles may not be entered in more than 2 successive Blackbutt Shows.
Names on paintings and sketches must be covered. Any name will be displayed after judging is
completed.
Exhibitors must not be professional - your art or craft must not be your main source of income.
The Janet Skinner Art Cash Award will be chosen out of Open Art, Student
Art, Day Care to Year 2 Primary &
Secondary Student Art. Janet Skinner
will choose the winner of this award.
OPEN ART
N1
N2
N3
N4
N5
N6
N7
N8
Portrait any medium
Still Life any medium
Bird or Animal any medium
Any Subject, oils
Any Subject, watercolour
Any subject, Pastel
Any subject, Acrylic
Any subject, Gouache
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
N9 Any subject, Mixed Media
N10 Any subject, Lead Pencil /
Charcoal drawing
N11 Any subject any other medium
drawing
N12 Any subject, any other medium
(Not paintings or drawing)
Cash
Sponsor: Nev’s Smash Repairs
N13 Blackbutt Art Challenge- Theme: Any scene in local area with a 20km radius of
Blackbutt. Particulars of the area painted to be included with the painting
1st Prize only
Cash
Sponsor: Dell Stevenson “Dell’s Art”
DIGITAL ART
Maximum size A3 or under, must be framed
N14 Basic Land/Seascape (no objects, vegetation, figures or post processing
operations)
N15 Advanced Landscape/Seascape (may include objects, vegetation and/or figuresand use any post processing operations)
N16 Fractals/Abstract
N17 Any Other Subject – Open (may include objects, vegetation and/or figures– and
use any post processing operations
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Voucher
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Sponsor: Lovely Sunshine Crystals
81st Annual Blackbutt Show
Saturday 16 May 2015
DAY CARE to GRADE 2
N18 Coloured pencil
N19 Pastel
N20 Mixed media
N21 Collage
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Cash
Sponsor: Guppy’s Early Learning Centre
PRIMARY STUDENT
Grade 3 to Grade 6
N25 Pastel – any subject - Primary
Student
N26 Mixed Media – any subject
N27 Collage
N28 Print
N22 Oil or Acrylic Painting - any
subject
N23 Watercolour or Gouache – any
subject
N24 Pencil, Charcoal, Pen & Ink
drawing any subject
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Cash
Sponsor: Susan Strid
SECONDARY STUDENTS
Grade 7 to Grade 12
N32 Pastel – any subject - Primary
Student
N33 Mixed Media – any subject
N34 Collage
N35 Print
N29 Oil or Acrylic Painting - any
subject
N30 Watercolour or Gouache – any
subject
N31 Pencil, Charcoal, Pen & Ink
drawing any subject
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Cash Sponsor: Maudsley’s Landscape Supplies
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81st Annual Blackbutt Show
Saturday 16 May 2015
Section P - PHOTOGRAPHY
Stewards: Margaret C Wilson,
Entries Close 6 pm Wednesday 13 May 2015
Belinda Bywater, Ian Hillyard, Annette Schumacher
Entry Fee: 60¢
Prize Money: First $3.00, Second $2.00, Third $1.00
Student Entry: Free
Exhibits must be delivered to the Pavilion by 6 pm Wednesday 13 May 2015
All exhibits must have the Entry Label taped to the back of mount.
Conditions of Entry:
 Photographs must be the work of amateurs; work by professional
photographers will not be accepted.
 Commercial printing results in higher quality photographs and are
therefore preferred but inkjet or laser printed photographs
accepted.
 No photo to compete in more than one section (ie no photo may
compete in both the Print and the Enlargement sections).
 Previous prize winning exhibits in Blackbutt are not eligible to
compete.
 Photographs must be taken within the previous 2 years only, unless
otherwise stated.
 Photographs must be mounted securely on suitable cardboard/card
(black, white, or coloured) with a border preferably of 1cm larger
than print at top and sides and 2cm at bottom. Definitely no
staples. Commercial photo matts are accepted.
 Matt to be larger than print at top and sides with a 2cm bottom
border. NO STAPLES. Mount securely, commercial matts are
accepted.
 All classes unless stated are single photos.
RESTRICTED COLOUR OR BLACK & WHITE PRINTS
Restricted to Non-members of a Photography Club.
Maximum Size of Print: 125mm X 175mm (5 x 7)
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
Animals, birds, Insects
Flower/s, may include foliage
Scapes – Land/Sea/Urban/City
People (single figure or group)
Baby/babies to toddler/s up to 3
years of age
Sunrise/Sunset/Weather aspects
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
P7
P8
P9
Trophy
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Open subject – Photographers
choice
An image taken with a mobile
phone or notebook (any device
that is not a conventional camera)
- Any subject
Photographer’s Favourite Selfie
Sponsor: Yarraman Pharmacy
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81st Annual Blackbutt Show
Saturday 16 May 2015
RESTRICTED COLOUR OR BLACK & WHITE
ENLARGEMENTS
Restricted to Non-members of a Photography Club.
Minimum size 150 x 200 (6 x 8)
P10 Animals/Birds/Insects
P11 People (single figure or group)
CHAMPION ENTRY
P12 Open Subject - Photographers
choice.
Cash
Sponsor: Iris Crumpton, Civil Marriage
Celebrant
OPEN COLOUR OR BLACK & WHITE PRINTS
Maximum size 125mm X 175mm (5 x 7)
P13 Animals/Birds/Insects
P14 Flora
P15 Blue – the focal point of the
image is to be blue
P16 Scapes – Land/Sea/Urban/City
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
P17
P18
P19
P20
Cash
People (single figure or group)
Sport/Action
Food/Beverage
Open subject – Photographers
choice.
Sponsor: Naydean Frohloff
OPEN COLOUR OR BLACK & WHITE ENLARGEMENTS
Minimum size 150 x 200 (6 x 8)
P21 Animals/Birds/Insects
P22 Portrait/People (single figure or
group)
P23 Scapes – Land/Sea/Urban/City
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
P24 Macro (close-up)
P25 Open subject – Photographers
choice
Cash
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Sponsor: Blackbutt Camera Club
81st Annual Blackbutt Show
Saturday 16 May 2015
Building Blackbutt for the
past 27 years
New Homes
Renovations
Extensions
Commercial
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SECONDARY STUDENTS
Grade 7 to Grade 12
Colour or Black and White Prints
Maximum size 125mm X 175mm (5 x 7)
P26 Animals/Birds/Insects/Flowers
P27 Pets or Farm Animals (may
include people)
P28 Scene
P29 People (single figure or group)
P30 Photographer’s Favourite Selfie
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
P31 An image taken with a mobile
phone or notebook (any device
that is not a conventional camera)
- Any subject
P32 Open subject – Photographers
choice
Cash/Trophy
Sponsor: Margaret Wilson
PRIMARY STUDENT
Up to year 6
Colour or Black and White Prints
Maximum size 125mm X 175mm (5 x 7)
P33
P34
P35
P36
P37
Animals/Birds/Insects/Flowers
Pets or Farm Animals (may include people)
Scene
People (single figure or group)
An image taken with a mobile phone or notebook (any device that is not a
conventional camera) - Any subject
P38 Photographer’s Favourite Selfie
P39 Open subject – Photographers choice.
CHAMPION EXHIBIT
Cash/Trophy
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Sponsor: Margaret Wilson
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81st Annual Blackbutt Show
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Hints & tips for exhibiting your photos
 Presentation is important
 Black mounts are usually best..White whit is
acceptable
 Light backgrounds disappear on white mounts
 Mounts and borders if used must be straight
 Labels for locality neat
 No other marks on mounts
 Make sure the photo is in the relevant Class
Hints & tips for good pictures
 Check that horizons are level
 Use close objects like trees or leaves to frame
your scene
 Look for interesting details in subjects
 Take your time: action photos need quick reflexes,
most others don’t
 Consider the lighting in portraits.
 Use of a flash can reduce shadows.
 Automatic flash works within a set range. Too
close will overexpose (drain colour) from subjects.
Too far away will underexpose and lack contrast
 Look at picture books for ideas
 You don’t need expensive camera equipment just good ideas. Quite good results can be
achieved with disposable camera/film and are an
excellent means for children to learn the art of
photography
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Main Pavilion Sponsors
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Margaret Wilson
Erica Wingfield
Elaine Gorlick
Lola Harper
Blackbutt Busy Needles Club
Rex Bowman
Fay Green
Timbertown Quilters Blackbutt
Naydean Frohloff
Nev’s Smash Repairs
Burnett Mechanical & Auto
Electrical
Yarraman Pharmacy
Bunya Nut Café Blackbutt
Radnor Hotel
T & A Montague
Tony & Desley Ryan
Blackbutt Hardware
Googa Farms Blackbutt
Bendigo Bank
Chantik Hair Design
Benarkin Store
Blackbutt Newsagency
Blackbutt Pharmacy
Blackbutt Bakery
Blackbutt Post Office
Wiikirri B&B Retreat
Dream Beauty
Andy Box
Irene Ogilvie
Kathy Underwood
Denno at the Butt Discounts
Terry & Sue Tully
Paul & Sarah Green
Timbertown Woodworkers
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Gaye Kadel
Maudsley’s Landscape
Supplies
Jenni Chew
South Burnet Regional
Council
Iris Crumpton, Civil Marriage
Celebrant
Blackbutt Sports Centre
Lovely Sunshine - Crystal
Blackbutt
Blackbutt Camera Club
Ken Millar
Studio 4 Blackbutt
Blackbutt Country Crafters
Group
Les & Mardi Preston
Edelweiss Café & Flowers
Blackbutt
Something Country Kingaroy
Janet Skinners Gallery
Linda Martin and Pauline
Boike
Peter & Patricia Argent
Blackbutt Benarkin Garden
Club
Peter Olzard
Jill Holt
Guppy’s Early Learning
Centre Blackbutt
Dell Stevenson “Dell’s Art”
Susan Strid
Annette Sutcliffe and Bev
Brown
Blackbutt Agricultural Show Society apologizes for any Sponsors missing from
the Show Book. Omitted Sponsors and Sponsorship made after printing will
be acknowledged on show day.
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