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					                                  2009


                 BREAD AND PASTRY
                     COOKING




                   CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES


                 4.30pm MONDAY 10 AUGUST 2009
    Entries received by Post after this time and date will not be accepted.

                    FAXED ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED

                       Entries can also be emailed to:
                       bread@perthroyalshow.com.au




                       Mission Statement of
         The Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia


“To serve and enrich the people of Western Australia by showcasing
           the resources and endeavours of its people.”
                      THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF WA

                                OFFICE BEARERS 2009


                                         Patron

                         HIS EXCELLENCY DR. KEN MICHAEL, AC
                          GOVERNOR OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA

                                       Vice Patron

                                THE HON WAYNE MARTIN
                         CHIEF JUSTICE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA


                                        President

                                    MR TONY DEVITT


                                      Vice President

                                   MR HUGH HARDING


                               Immediate Past President

                                   MR IVAN SOLOMON


                                     Past Presidents

              MR LOU GIGLIA, AM                        MR JIM WEBSTER, OAM
            MR JOHN O’MEEHAN, JP                         MR JOHN WILDING
             DR DON ROBERTSON                            MR TOM WILDING

                                        Treasurer

                                    MR STEPHEN LEE

                                         Council

MRS MARGARET BANNISTER             MR LEON GIGLIA                      DR ROSS RAINBIRD
   MR BRIAN BARNETT               MR HERB HARKINS                         MR BILL SCOTT
  MR TREVOR BARWICK               MR ROBERT HAWES                      MR JOHN SNOWBALL
     MR DON BOYLE                MR ANGUS HORWOOD                    MRS SHIRLEY THORN, AM
  MR KEVIN CAHILL, OAM            MR MICHAEL JONES                       MR BILL TREND
    MR PAUL CARTER           DR ROBERT PEARCE, AM RFD JP                 MR KEN WALKER
   MR DEXTER DAVIES                 MRS LYN PIPER                       MR HUGH WARDEN
  MR PETER DEMPSTER              MR DUDLEY PRESTON                    MR ANDREW WILLIAMS
    MR PETER GELMI              MR KINGSLEY PRESTON                  DR ROBERT WILSON, AM


                                Honorary Life Members

          MRS MARGARET BANNISTER; MR JACK HOWSON, OBE, JP; MR ROY POPE;
           LIEUTENANT GENERAL JOHN SANDERSON, AC; MR JIM WEBSTER, OAM;
               MR TOM WILDING; MR KEVIN CAHILL, OAM; MR MICHAEL JONES

                                   Honorary Councillors

           MR BRUCE CAMPBELL, OAM; MR TOM CUNNINGHAM; MR PETER DRING;
                  MRS ELLIE EATON; MR DES GAZE; MR DON FORREST;
                  MR ROBERT HAYES-THOMPSON, BEM, MDM, OAM, JP;
           MR ROSS READING; MR MALCOLM SEYMOUR; MR JIM SHEPHERD, AO;
                   MR DON STONE; MR JOHN TATE; MR ROSS BOURNE

                                Chief Executive Officer

                                   MR MARTIN MOLONY
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                                  COMMITTEE

                            Councillor-in-Charge:          Mr Kingsley Preston

                            Mr Mike French                 Mr Jason McKenzie
                            Mr Den Harman                  Mrs Jane Noonan
                            Mr Eddy Jenkins                Mr John Noonan
                            Ms Louise Middleton            Mr Steve Ossevoort

                            Section Co-ordinator:          Mrs Wendy Cook

                                    ***********

           Mission Statement - Bread and Pastry Cooking Section

        “To promote excellence in the bread and pastry industries.”

                                    ***********


           SMOKE FREE PERTH ROYAL SHOW 2009

                               RIBBON SPONSOR




                                 West Coast Milling


                                    ***********


                            ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

   THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA
GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS FOR THEIR
 SPONSORSHIPS AND TROPHIES TO BE AWARDED THROUGHOUT THE
            BREAD AND PASTRY COOKING SECTION.

Allied Mills                                   MBL Food Services
Australian Bakels (Pty) Ltd                    Millers Food
Australasian Bakery Engineer’s                 Noonan Family
Baking Industry Employers’ Association of WA   Pinnacle Bread Shortenings
Bake Quip Pty Ltd                              Pinnacle Bread Improvers of WA
E.O.I. Margarines and Shortenings              P J Davies & Co
Goodman Fielder Food Services                  President, Baking Industry Employers’ Association of WA
Kerry Pinnacle Bakery Ingredients              Superstock Food Services Pty Ltd
Major Cake Decoration Supplies                 Weston Milling
Manildra Group
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                           EXHIBITORS PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE



The Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia             INSURER:
(“Society”) has a Public Liability insurance policy in the
interests of Exhibitors entering competitions in                Lloyds of London Syndicate 1218 and others as listed on
accordance with the Society’s General Regulations and           policies held by the Society.
Section Conditions.
                                                                IMPORTANT CONDITIONS:
INSURED PARTIES:
                                                                The Exhibitor(s) must:
Exhibitor(s) upon payment of Entry fees and provided
such Exhibitor(s) comply with all requirements herein           1.      exercise reasonable care to maintain all
together with the Society’s General Regulations and                     premises, fittings and plant in sound condition;
Section Conditions and any other terms and conditions           2.      take all reasonable precautions to prevent injury
The Royal Agricultural Society of WA may, at its sole                   and damage to persons and property;
discretion, require an Exhibitor(s) to comply with. Failure
to comply may render the Exhibitor(s) personally liable         3.      promptly comply with any request made by The
for any claims that may arise as a result of any incident               Royal Agricultural Society of WA which it may, at
to which they may have, by omission or commission,                      its sole discretion, require of an Exhibitor(s);
contributed.
                                                                4.      give immediate notice:
PERIOD OF INSURANCE:
                                                                        a)      of an incident that may give rise to a
For the period the Exhibitor(s) are on the                                      claim; or
Society’s Royal Showground, Claremont, Western                          b)      if in receipt of advice of a claim;
Australia for the purposes of the Perth Royal Show.
                                                                5.      not make any admission, offer or promise in
INSURED ACTIVITIES:                                                     connection with any claim and must not at any
                                                                        time admit liability;
All activities undertaken whilst within the confines of the
Society’s Royal Showground, Claremont, Western                  6.      make themselves aware of, and comply with, the
Australia consistent with the (Business) Insured Parties’               policy conditions including duty of disclosure.
Exhibit activity.
                                                                NOTE:
DESCRIPTION OF COVER:
                                                                1.      All enquiries are to be referred to the Society’s
Insurance in respect of the Insured Parties’ liability to pay           Insurance Broker:
costs and compensation in respect of loss of, or
damage to, third party property and death of, or injury to,             Jardine Lloyd Thompson P/L
third party persons caused by, and arising out of, the                  Telephone Number: (08) 9426 0444
Insured Parties’ activities, all subject to the Society’s               Facsimile:        (08) 9426 0999
policy terms, conditions, exclusions and warranties etc.
                                                                2.      THIS INSURANCE ONLY APPLIES TO
AMOUNT OF COVER:                                                        OWNERS / EXHIBITORS ENTERING
                                                                        COMPETITIONS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
$150,000,000 any one occurrence.                                        SOCIETY’S GENERAL SHOW REGULATIONS
                                                                        AND SECTION CONDITIONS.
Excess: $10,000 each and every claim.
                                                                The details listed above are not comprehensive and are
It should be noted that the payment of the excess in the        provided as an outline of the Society’s Policy only.
event of a claim is the responsibility of the Exhibitor(s).     Copies of the Policy are available for inspection on
JURISDICTION:                                                   request at The Royal Agricultural Society of WA
                                                                Administration Office, Royal Showground, Claremont,
Australia.                                                      Western Australia, during office hours.

TERRITORY:

The Royal Agricultural Society’s Showground,
Claremont, Western Australia.
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                            SMOKE FREE PERTH ROYAL SHOW 2009
                             SOME HELPFUL TIPS FOR EXHIBITORS

       PLEASE READ ALL INFORMATION, RULES AND CONDITIONS OF ENTRY, AS ALL ARE
                            CONSTANTLY UNDER REVIEW.

It’s that time of year again…time to start thinking about your entries for the Smoke Free Perth Royal Show 2009. Here
are some guidelines to assist both first time and seasoned Exhibitors with their submissions.

Exhibitors can visit the Show website at www.perthroyalshow.com.au where an electronic version of the Schedule and
Entry form can be printed off. Entries can also be emailed to bread@perthroyalshow.com.au.

        •       Read through the Schedule and highlight the Classes of interest to you.
        •       Check the criteria for the Classes carefully, including the notes at the top of the Section, in case
                amendments have been made since the previous Perth Royal Show.
        •       Check the closing date of entries to allow sufficient time to gather and complete the information
                required on the Entry form. FAXED ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.

        •       Complete the relevant competition Entry form as clearly as possible either typed or hand written
                (printed) and be sure to sign it.

        •       If you are paying for your entries by cheque please ensure it is made payable to The RAS of WA.

        •       Make sure all Credit Card details are correct and clearly identifiable on the Entry form along with the
                Signature of the Credit Card Holder.

        •       Make a note of the delivery date and time for Exhibits as these can vary from year to year.


                                         CONSIGNMENT FOR EXHIBITS:

1.      a)      All Exhibits must be consigned to                          Wattle Room (Members Dining Room)
                                                                           The Royal Agricultural Society of WA
                                                                           Claremont Showground
                                                                           Claremont

        b)      All Exhibits must be delivered by not later than           9.00am Wednesday 2 September 2009

2.      Each separate entry must be individually wrapped in plain paper and clearly labelled with the
        following details:

        a)      Business name of Exhibitor
        b)      Suburb where business resides
        c)      Section to be entered (Baker’s Bread or Pastry Cooking)
        d)      Class number being entered

3.      Any Exhibit containing meat or dairy produce must arrive in a chilled condition, e.g. consigned in
        a foam esky or insulated container, making sure that transport and handling procedures are in
        accordance with all Foodsafe requirements.

4.      Exhibits may be delivered on the day prior to the Competition (Tuesday 1 September 2009) by
        arrangement with the Section Co-ordinator. Exhibits received on the day prior, will be unwrapped
        by the stewards on Wednesday 2 September 2009.

5.      Failure to comply with condition 1, 2 a), b), c) or d) or condition 3 will result in disqualification.
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                       GENERAL REGULATION 17. SOCIETY’S LIABILITY
                   (Extract from The Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia
                            General Regulations - Revised 22 August 2007.)


17.1     The lodgement of an Application of Entry form            17.4   Competitors, Exhibitors and Attendants must report
         shall be deemed to be acknowledgment by the                     promptly to the Society all accidents and incidents
         Exhibitor of his or her agreement that the Society              causing or likely to cause injury to persons or damage
         shall be under no liability for:                                to property.

17.1.1   The loss, injury or death of any animal, (including      17.5   To the extent that any matter relating to entry or
         birds) exhibited, whether caused by, or attributable            remaining upon the Showground relates to the
         to, the negligence of the Society, or of its servants           supply of goods or services by the Society within the
         or Agent, or otherwise howsoever;                               meaning of s. 68A of the Trade Practices Act 1974
                                                                         (Cwlth), the Society’s liability is limited as follows:
17.1.2   Any loss or damage occasioned to or by any
         property exhibited, whether caused by, or                       (a)      in case of goods, the replacement, repair or
         attributable to, the negligence of the Society,                          payment for the replacement repair of the
         or of its servants or Agent, or otherwise howsoever;                     goods.
                                                                         (b)      in the case of services, the re-supply of
17.1.3   Any injury or damage occasioned to any other                             the services or the cost of the re-supply
         animal or property exhibited, or to any other                            of the services.
         Exhibitor, or to the general public, whether caused
         by, or attributable to, the negligence of the Society,          It shall be in the Society’s absolute discretion as to
         or of its servants or Agent, or otherwise howsoever;            whether it replaces, repairs or pays for replacement or
                                                                         repair of goods. It shall be further in the Society’s
17.1.4   Any loss or damage suffered by any Exhibitor                    discretion as to whether it re-supplies or pays the cost
         as a result of any disease contracted or                        of re-supply or services.
         suffered by any animals (including birds) after, or as
         a consequence of any animal Exhibits, or their           17.6   To the maximum extent permitted by law, each
         progeny, being brought onto the Showground.                     Competitor and Exhibitor must indemnify and keep
                                                                         indemnified the Society and its officers, employees,
17.2     The Society and the Auctioneers of Royal Show                   members and Agents from and, against all actions,
         Livestock Sales shall be under no liability to any              claims, demands, losses, damages, costs, expenses
         Owner or purchaser of livestock (whether exhibited              and liabilities including without limitation, consequential
         or otherwise) entered for sale or sold at any Royal             loss and loss of profits for which the Society is or may
         Show Livestock Sale:                                            be become liable in respect of or arising from:

17.2.1   In respect of any loss or injury to such livestock;             (a)      loss, damage or injury to any person in
         whether such loss or injury be caused by or be                           connection with the Exhibit or the relevant
         attributable to, the negligence of the Auctioneers                       Event;
         specified in the Regulations relating to the Royal              (b)      without limiting sub-regulation (a) loss,
         Show Livestock Sales or to the Society or any of its                     damage or injury to any other Exhibit or
         servants or Agents;                                                      Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees, Agents,
                                                                                  or to the property of the Society, or its
17.2.2   For any injury or damage occasioned to any other                         members, or to the general public, caused
         livestock or property, or to any other Exhibitor, or                     or contributed to or by any act or omission of
         to the general public, whether caused by, or                             an Exhibit of the Exhibitor or by the Exhibitor,
         attributable to, the negligence of the Auctioneers                       his or her family, invitees or Agents; and
         specified in the Regulations relating to the Royal              (c)      without limiting sub-regulation (a) loss,
         Show Livestock Sales or to the Society or any of its                     damage or injury to the Exhibit, or the
         servants or Agents;                                                      Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees, or Agents
                                                                                  caused or contributed by an act or omission
17.2.3   For any loss or damage (including without limitation                     of an Exhibit of the Exhibitor or by the
         consequential loss and loss of profits) suffered by                      transportation, feeding or housing of an
         any Owner or purchaser of livestock as a result of                       Exhibit of the Exhibitor.
         any disease contracted or suffered by any livestock
         after, or as a consequence of any livestock being        17.7   Without prejudice to any other provision of these
         entered for sale, at any Royal Show Livestock Sale.             Regulations, where the Society, its officers,
                                                                         employees, members or Agents remove an Exhibit,
17.3     Where any animal exhibited, or any other Exhibit, is            or causes an Exhibit to be removed from the
         sold privately during the time of the Royal Show the            Showground, the Exhibit is removed or caused to
         vendor thereof shall indemnify the Society against              be removed entirely at the risk of the Exhibitor. The
         all liability to the purchaser in respect of any loss,          person or persons removing the Exhibit will be deemed
         injury, disease or damage to such animal or other               to be the Agent of the Exhibitor, and his or her acts and
         Exhibit, whether such loss, injury, disease or                  omissions will be deemed to be the acts and omissions
         damage be caused by or attributable to the                      of the Exhibitor.
         negligence of the Society or any of its servants or
         Agents.
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                                 BREAD AND PASTRY COOKING
                               To be displayed in the Wattle Room. (Members Dining Room).


               GENERAL REGULATIONS and                        2.      ENTRY FEE: $5.00 (Incl. GST) per entry.
                 SECTION CONDITIONS
                  (Please read carefully)                     3.      JUDGES MAY NOT ENTER THE
                                                                      COMPETITION. STEWARDS MAY NOT ENTER
The Society’s General Regulations and Section                         ANY SECTION IN WHICH THEY ARE
Conditions regulate the conduct of the Smoke Free Perth               STEWARDING.
Royal Show 2009. Upon acceptance of an entry the
Exhibitor is irrevocably contracted to be bound by those      3.1     ONLY commercial manufacturers may enter
General Regulations and Section Conditions.                           Exhibits.

A copy of the Society’s General Regulations may be            3.2     An Exhibitor can enter no more than one
obtained on application or from the website                           Exhibit in any Class.
www.perthroyalshow.com.au.
The following Section Conditions are applicable to all        3.3     Each Exhibit in any Class must be baked in the
Exhibitors entering Exhibits in the Dairy Product Section.            actual bakery at the address shown on the Entry
                                                                      form.
An Exhibitor who breaches any General Regulation or
Section Condition may be disqualified, or suspended for       3.4     All Bread and Pastry Cooking Exhibits must be
any period, fined or otherwise penalised.                             baked no later than Tuesday 1 September 2009.

      Venue:              Wattle Room                                 Any product arriving in a warm condition will
                          (Members Dining Room)                       be disqualified, at the discretion of the Chief
                                                                      Judge.
      Entries To:         The RAS of WA
                                                              3.5     All Exhibits exhibited by Western Australian
      Enquiries:          (08) 6263 3100                              bakers must have been baked wholly from flour
                                                                      and wholemeal purchased in WA.
      Entries Close:      4.30pm Monday 10 August
                          2009.                               3.6     Flour used must have been taken from general
                          (Entries received by Post after             stock and all bread entered in the competitions
                          this time and date will not                 must have been baked under normal baking
                          be accepted.)                               conditions in the named Exhibitor’s bakery.
                          FAXED ENTRIES WILL BE
                          ACCEPTED.                           3.7     IMPORTANT NOTICE:
                          Entries can also be emailed to:
                          bread@perthroyalshow.com.au                 Please take note of this change, ‘because the
                                                                      Judging Team do not want to penalise your
      Delivery of         No later than 9.00am                        entries.’`
      Exhibits:           Wednesday 2 September 2009
                                                                      Standardizing of bread tinware for Baking Shows
      Judging:            9.30am Wednesday 2                          2009 onwards.
                          September 2009.
                                                                      The tin-ware required for baking of Show bread
      Presentation        Saturday 9 September 2009.                  both for the Northam and the Royal Show has
      Dinner:                                                         changed from 2008 onwards. This has been
                                                                      decided to make the job of judging bread more
                                                                      uniform.

1.       CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES:                            3.7.1   All White, Wholemeal and Multi-grain (Married)
                                                                      Uprights and Condensed (sandwich) loaves are
         4.30pm Monday 10 August 2009. Entries                        to be baked in 680g tin no. 122b.
         received by Post after this time and date will not
         be accepted. FAXED ENTRIES WILL BE                           Top inside length 266
         ACCEPTED.                                                    Top inside width 208
                                                                      Depth inside 106
1.2      No Bread and/or Pastry Cooking Exhibits will be
         accepted for judging at the Showground after         3.7.2   Vienna Loaves. To be baked in tin V270.
         9.00am on Wednesday 2 September 2009. Any
         Exhibits received after that time will be                    Top inside length 270
         disqualified.                                                Top inside width 118
                                                                      Depth inside 30
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3.7.3   Fruit Loaves to be baked in 450g tin 109.          5.    JUDGING:

        Top inside length 234                              5.1   Judging of Bread and Pastry Cooking will
        Top inside width 100                                     commence at 9.30am on Wednesday 2
        Depth inside 95                                          September 2009.

3.7.4   French Sticks perforated Tray ASV5                 5.2   Bread Exhibits will be judged in accordance with
                                                                 the following scale of points:-
        Width 65
        Length 470                                               Volume and General Appearance           30 points
        Depth 35                                                 Texture                                 25 points
                                                                 Aroma                                   25 points
        This Tin-ware can be purchased from Lynn at              Colour                                  20 points
        Bake Quip on (08) 9242 1690 or                           Total                                  100 points
        Fax (08) 9443 3131
        or your preferred tinware supplier.                5.3   Gourmet Bread Classes Exhibits will be judged in
                                                                 accordance with the following scale of points:-
3.8     In Classes 1 and 16 one pair of married loaves
        must be exhibited and the loaves must not                General Appearance               50 points
        be separated.                                            Creativity                       25 points
                                                                 Taste & Aroma                    25 points
3.9     “All Classes 1 to 16, 19 to 23 must have no seed         Total                           100 points
        or nut toppings.
                                                           5.4   Pastry Cooking Exhibits will be judged in
3.10    In Class 5 Rye Bread shall be made with 50%              accordance with the following scale of points:-
        Rye Flour and 50% Wheat Flour and must not
        have seed toppings or nuts.                              General Appearance               35 points
                                                                 Texture                          30 points
3.11    In Class 7 Continental Loaves must be single             Taste & Aroma                    35 points
        oval-shaped unit and may be baked on the sole            Total                           100 points
        of the oven or on slipper trays but must not be
        baked in a tin. The total weight of each baked     5.5   Apple Pie, Gourmet Pies, Black Forrest Cake,
        loaf must not be more than 900g.                         Torte, Danish Pastries, Vanilla Slice and
                                                                 Cheesecake will be judged with the following
3.12    In Class 11 the Fruit Bun Loaves must be                 scale of points:-
        uprights baked as a single unit in a tin.
        Flavoured ONLY with bun spice essence but NO             General Appearance               20 points
        artificial colouring. May be glazed.                     Creativity                       15 points
                                                                 Texture                          30 points
3.13    Classes 14, 15 (Bread Section) are open to               Taste & Aroma                    35 points
        Apprentices only. The Apprentice/s name and              Total                           100 points
        Class or Classes entered must be written
        clearly on the Entry form.                               Please see page 16 for an example of label
                                                                 required and page 17 for label to be
3.14    Class 16, (Bread Section) Open to Pre                    completed and cut out by Exhibitors.
        Apprentices in 2009.
                                                           5.6   Exhibitors shall be bound by the decision of the
3.15    ALL BREAD AND ROLLS ENTERED IN EACH                      judges and no disputes will be entered into. All
        CLASS WEIGHING MORE THAN 5% ABOVE                        concerns must be addresses in writing to The
        WEIGHT STIPULATED, WILL BE                               Royal Agricultural Society of WA.
        DISQUALIFIED.
                                                           5.7   Gourmet Classes 19 - 25 inclusive will be judged
4.      WITHDRAWAL OR REJECTION OF ENTRIES:                      by a Celebrity judge chosen at the Bread
                                                                 Committees’ discretion.
4.1     No refunds will be given for any entries which
        have been withdrawn for any reason or rejected     6.    AWARDS:
        by the Society.
                                                           6.1   The Society’s ribbons will be awarded to first,
                                                                 second and third placegetters in all Classes.
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6.2     “The Society will not be responsible for Awards
        not received by Exhibitors after 31 December,
        2009. If you have not received your Trophy and
        Sash by the 30 November 2009 please contact
        the Awards Officer on 6263 6109.

7.      DISPOSAL OF EXHIBITS:

7.1     All Exhibits become the property of The Royal
        Agricultural Society and will be disposed of in
        accordance with the Health Regulations.

8.      SOCIETY’S LIABILITY:

8.1     The attention of Exhibitors is drawn to General
        Regulation 17, with reference to the Society’s
        Liability.

9.      PROMOTION:

9.1     No advertising or promotion on behalf of
        commercial business will be permitted on the
        Showground without the prior written consent of
        the Society’s Commercial Manager.




 PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT

 The information provided by the Exhibitor in the Application for Entry is collected and used by The Royal Agricultural Society of
 Western Australia (The RAS) to organise and conduct Competitions at the Smoke Free Perth Royal Show 2009. We may
 publish details such as your Name, Address and Exhibit details in any RAS publication or communication. Such information
 may also be made available to, and published by, the media. We will not disclose your information without your consent for any
 other purpose unless required or authorised 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 Chief Executive Officer at The Royal Agricultural Soceity
 of Western Australia, PO Box 135, Claremont WA 6910.
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DELIVERY OF BREAD AND/OR PASTRY COOKING INSTRUCTIONS: Exhibits to be delivered
to WATTLE ROOM (Members Dining Room) (enter through Gate 1) before 9.00 am Wednesday
2 September 2009. Gates will be open at 7.00am. Exhibits may be delivered on the previous
day by arrangement with the Section Co-ordinator. No Bread and/or Pastry Cooking
Exhibits will be received after 9.00am.




                           Ashton Ave



                                                                     Railway Station




                                                     Administration Building



                                                Wattle Room




                                        Graylands Road                             Gate 1




                           PRESENTATION OF AWARDS DINNER

        Will be held at the The Burswood on Saturday 19 September 2009 at 6.30pm.
            Please contact Louise Middleton on (08) 9427 0832 for further details.
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                                                     BREAD
            SPECIAL BREAD PRIZES                            Trophy and Sash sponsored by Kerry - Pinnacle Bakery
                                                            Ingredients.
(S001) - THE TONY NOONAN MEMORIAL CHAMPION
         LOAF EXHIBITED IN THE SHOW - from                  CLASS 8 - ONE (1) ONLY 450 grams FRENCH STICK -
         Classes 1 to 11 excluding Classes 2, 5 and 8,       WHITE PLAIN. Fine Texture. Seven (7) cuts
         in the opinion of the Judges as the best.           allowable. To be baked in perforated A-S 540 tin. No
                                                             seeds or nuts.
Trophy and Sash sponsored by Weston Milling.
                                                            Trophy and Sash sponsored by Pinnacle Bread
(S002) - MOST SUCCESSFUL BREAD EXHIBITOR -                  Improvers.
         from Classes 1 to 13. Points to be awarded on
         the following basis: 3 points for 1st, 2 for 2nd   CLASS 9 - ONE (1) ONLY 680 grams WHOLEMEAL
         and 1 for 3rd.                                      LOAF. Devon/Condensed Wholemeal.

Trophy and Sash sponsored by Weston Milling                 CLASS 10 - ONE (1) ONLY 680 grams 4 STRAND
                                                             PLAIT LOAF, WHITE. Baked on tray not tinned. No
                                                             seeds or nuts.

                                                            Trophy and Sash sponsored by Manildra Group.
             OPEN BREAD CLASSES
                                                            CLASS 11 - ONE (1) ONLY 450 grams UPRIGHT FRUIT
All CLASSES ENTERED MUST HAVE NO SEED OR                     BUN LOAF. 30% fruit on flour weight. No seeds or
NUT DECORATIONS.                                             nuts.

CLASS 1 - TWO (2) ONLY 340 grams UPRIGHTS -                 Trophy and Sash sponsored by E O I Margarines &
 MARRIED, WHITE, JOINED, 680 grams total.                   Shortenings.
 No seeds or nuts.
                                                            CLASS 12 - THREE (3) ONLY ROUND ROLLS, 1
Trophy and Sash sponsored by Pinnacle Bread                  Wholemeal, 1 Multigrain and 1 White. 80 grams each.
Shortenings.                                                 No topping.

CLASS 2 - ONE ONLY WHOLEMEAL COB ROUND 450                  Trophy and Sash sponsored by Superstock Food
 grams. Baked on tray, not tinned. No seeds or nuts.        Services Pty Ltd.

Trophy and Sash sponsored by Allied Mills.                  CLASS 13 - ONE (1) ONLY JUBILEE TWIST. Single
                                                             Strand, fruited, glazed only, 450 grams (no icing), 30%
CLASS 3 - ONE (1) ONLY 680 grams LOAF DEVON/                 fruit on flour weight. No seeds or nuts.
 CONDENSED WHITE. No seeds or nuts.
                                                            Trophy and Sash sponsored by Millers Food.
Trophy and Sash sponsored by Weston Milling.

CLASS 4 - ONE (1) ONLY 680 grams MULTIGRAIN,
 CONDENSED LOAF. No added seeds on exterior.
                                                               SPECIAL PRIZE - APPRENTICES ONLY
Trophy and Sash sponsored by Baking Industry
Employers’ Association of WA.                               (S014) - MOST SUCCESSFUL APPRENTICE BREAD
                                                                     EXHIBITOR. From Classes 15 and 16.
CLASS 5 - ONE (1) ONLY 900 grams RYE BREAD
 VIENNA TYPE. Light style. 50% Rye flour, 50% Wheat         Trophy and Sash sponsored by Baking Industry
 flour. No seeds or nuts.                                   Employers’ Association of WA.

Trophy and Sash sponsored by Allied Mills.                  (S014A) - BEST LOAF EXHIBITED BY AN
                                                                      APPRENTICE. Which, in the opinion of the
CLASS 6 - ONE (1) ONLY 450 grams VIENNA LOAF,                         Judge is the best loaf.
 made with wheaten white flour only. Baked on tray or
 oven floor, not a slipper. No seeds or nuts.               Trophy and Sash sponsored by Baking Industry
                                                            Employers’ Association of WA.
Trophy and Sash sponsored by Allied Mills.

CLASS 7 - ONE (1) ONLY 900 grams CONTINENTAL
 LOAF ITALIAN/FRANZOLA WHITE. Open textured.
 No seeds or nuts.
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        APPRENTICE BREAD CLASSES                                CLASS 23 - WHOLEMEAL SOUR DOUGH. Oven
                                                                 bottom baked. Weight 900 grams.
CLASS 15 - ONE (1) ONLY 680 grams DEVON/
 CONDENSED WHITE LOAF. No seeds or nuts.                        CLASS 24 - FRENCH STICK. Traditional French style,
                                                                 not to exceed 450 grams. No seeds or nuts.
Trophy and Sash sponsored by Bake-Quip Pty Ltd.
                                                                Trophy and Sash sponsored by Manildra Group.
CLASS 16 - ONE (1) ONLY 450 grams SIX (6) STRAND
 PLAIT, LOAF WHITE. Baked on tray not tinned. No                CLASS 25 - GOURMET SWEET STYLE BREAD.
 seeds or nuts.                                                  Weight, 680 grams - may contain fruit and spice and
                                                                 have the characteristics of being sweet. May be
Trophy and Sash sponsored by Baking Industry                     iced. No seeds or nuts.
Employers’ Association of WA.
                                                                Trophy and Sash sponsored by Australasian Bakery
                                                                Engineer’s.


       PRE-APPRENTICE BREAD CLASS
                                                                             PRESENTATION CLASS
CLASS 17 - TWO (2) ONLY 340 grams UPRIGHT
 MARRIED WHITE - JOINED. 680 grams total. No
 seeds or nuts.                                                 Open to all Exhibitors

Trophy and Sash sponsored by Noonan Family.                     CLASS 26 - DEAD DOUGH DISPLAY. (YEAR OF
                                                                 ASTRONOMY THEME). Not to exceed 5kg. Taste and
                                                                 aroma not applicable.

                                                                Trophy and Sash sponsored by Manildra Group.
      SPECIAL GOURMET BREAD PRIZE

(S018) - CHAMPION GOURMET BREAD EXHIBIT
         CLASSES. Classes 19 to 25.

Trophy and Sash sponsored by Bake-Quip Pty Ltd.




          GOURMET BREAD CLASSES

To be judged by a Celebrity Judge.

Please attach a list of added flavourings i.e. Chilli etc. to
the Exhibit.

CLASS 19 - TRADITIONAL GERMAN/EUROPEAN
 STYLE RYE BREAD. (Heavy) at least 90% Rye flour.
 Weight 900 grams.

Trophy and Sash sponsored by Manildra Group.

CLASS 20 - TURKISH BREAD. Weight, 680 grams.

CLASS 21 - SOURDOUGH FREE FORM, OVEN
 BOTTOM BAKED, WHITE. Weight, 900 grams. No
 seeds or nuts.

Trophy and Sash sponsored by Millers Food.

CLASS 22 - GOURMET STYLE BREAD. Weight, 450
 grams - Focaccia. No seeds or nuts.

Trophy and Sash sponsored by Bake-Quip Pty Ltd.
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                                                  PASTRY
     SPECIAL PASTRY COOKING PRIZES                         CLASS 33 - THREE (3) ONLY PASTIES, MEAT AND
                                                            VEGETABLE. Not the upright Cornish style, single
(S027) - MOST CREATIVE PASTRY COOKING                       serve size.
         EXHIBIT. In Classes 31, 36, 38, 39 and 40 in
         the Judges’ opinion - RAS Sash.                   Trophy and Sash sponsored by Australasian Bakery
                                                           Engineer’s.
Perpetual Trophy, Trophy and Sash sponsored by
Goodman Fielder Food Services.                             CLASS 34 - THREE (3) ONLY BEEF, DICED OR
                                                            MINCED, PIES. With traditional pie base and puff
(S027A) - MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR IN THE                  pastry top with some lamination evident. Single serve
          PASTRY COOKING. Classes 26 to 40. Points          size.
          to be awarded on the following basis: 3 points
          for 1st, 2 for 2nd and 1 for 3rd.                Trophy and Sash sponsored by E O I Margarines &
                                                           Shortenings.
Trophy and Sash sponsored by Superstock Food
Services Pty Ltd.                                          CLASS 35 - ONE (1) ONLY ROUND APPLE PIE. With
                                                            enclosed Pastry Top - must not exceed 1kg. No open
(S027B) - MOST CREATIVE GOURMET PIE. In Classes             tops. Apple is the only fruit medium acceptable.
          41, 42 and 43. Sponsored by MBL Food
          Services.                                        Trophy and Sash sponsored by Baking Industry
                                                           Employers’ Association of WA.
Trophy sponsored by MBL Food Services.
                                                           CLASS 36 - THREE (3) ONLY ASSORTED DANISH
                                                            PASTRIES - FRUIT.

     OPEN PASTRY COOKING CLASSES                           Trophy and Sash sponsored by Millers Food.

                                                           CLASS 37 - SWISS ROLL OF SPONGE TEXTURE. Not
CLASS 28 - THREE (3) ONLY BLUEBERRY MUFFINS.                to exceed 180mm in length. Red jam only.
 Single serve.
                                                           Trophy and Sash sponsored by P J Davies & Co.
Trophy and Sash sponsored by Australian Bakels (Pty)
Ltd.                                                       CLASS 38 - CHEESECAKE - UNBAKED. Free
                                                            standing (not in foil) decorated, no added presentation
CLASS 29 - THREE (3) ONLY VANILLA SLICES. No                material allowed at set-up.
 cream. Plain iced. No marbling/feathering.
                                                           CLASS 39 - TORTE. Any theme - decorated into sixteen
Trophy and Sash sponsored by Kerry - Pinnacle Bakery        (16) portions. No added presentation material allowed
Ingredients.                                                at set-up.
CLASS 30 - THREE (3) ONLY INDIVIDUAL                       Trophy and Sash sponsored by Baking Industry
 CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS. Fresh cream only, no added             Employers’ Association of WA.
 flavours, only with chocolate topping.
                                                           CLASS 40 - BLACK FOREST CAKE. Decorated into
Trophy and Sash sponsored by Baking Industry                sixteen (16) portions. Chocolate sponge, fresh cream
Employers’ Association of WA.                               and sour cherries. No added presentation material
                                                            allowed at set-up.
CLASS 31 - THREE (3) ONLY CREATIVE VANILLA
 SLICES. Points will be awarded for creativity. Cream      Trophy and Sash sponsored by Weston Milling.
 can be included.

Trophy and Sash sponsored by Australian Bakels (Pty)
Ltd.

CLASS 32 - THREE (3) PLAIN INDIVIDUAL SAUSAGE
 ROLLS. Single serve size.
                                                            ALL EXHIBITS FOR CLASSES 36, 38, 39 and 40 TO
Trophy and Sash sponsored by Baking Industry                BE ON DISPOSABLE CARDBOARD PRESENTATION
Employers’ Association of WA.                               CIRCLES, AS ENTRIES BECOME THE PROPERTY
                                                            OF THE RAS.
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  GOURMET PASTRY COOKING CLASSES                             APPRENTICES AND PRE-APPRENTICES
                                                                     PASTRY COOKING
CLASS 41 - THREE (3) ONLY GOURMET LAMB PIES.
 With traditional pie base and pie top may be decorated.   CLASS 44 - THREE (3) ONLY CREAM HORNS. Cream
 Single serve size. Any flavourings or additions to be      and/or custard filling only.
 identified.

Trophy and Sash sponsored by E O I Margarines &
Shortenings.

CLASS 42 - THREE (3) ONLY GOURMET BEEF PIES.
 With traditional pie base and puff pastry top and
 pie top may be decorated. Single serve size.
 Any flavouring or additions to be identified.

Trophy and Sash sponsored by E O I Margarines &
Shortenings.

CLASS 43 - THREE (3) ONLY GOURMET CHICKEN
 PIES. With traditional pie base and puff pastry
 top and pie top may be decorated. Single serve size.
 Any flavourings or additions to be identified.

Trophy and Sash sponsored by Major Cake Decoration
Supplies.
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               2009 Competition Sponsors
The Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia would like to invite you to
    become a blue, red or white ribbon sponsor of the Perth Royal Show.




                       BLUE RIBBON SPONSOR

                                 $2,000+
            4 VIP Tickets (Entry to Perth Royal Show and Members Lounge)
            Schedule/Catalogue Recognition
            Official Perth Royal Show Website Acknowledgment
            Recognition within Members Newsletter




                        RED RIBBON SPONSOR

                           $1,000 - $1,999
            2 VIP Tickets (Entry to Perth Royal Show and Members Lounge)
            Schedule/Catalogue Recognition
            Recognition within Members Newsletter




                      WHITE RIBBON SPONSOR

                              $200 - $999
            1 VIP Ticket (Entry to Perth Royal Show and Members Lounge)
            Schedule/Catalogue Recognition


                     For more information please contact
         Lachlan Gregory on (08) 6263 3109 or lgregory@raswa.org.au
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                           EXAMPLE OF LABEL REQUIRED




TITLE:                                    GOURMET PASTRY COOKING

CLASS:                                    38

DESCRIPTION OF CLASS:                     ROAST LAMB AND VEGETABLE PIE



BASE PRODUCT:                      Diced Lamb


INGREDIENTS:                       Potatoes                     Cream
                                   Onions                       Fresh Herbs
                                   Carrots                      Bakers Flour
                                   Peas                         Water


FLAVOURS:                          Salt                         Pepper
                                   Mint                         Tomato Puree
                                   Garlic                       Spices


GLAZE:                             Eggs


TOPPING:                           Chopped Mint and Parsley


PASTRY - TOP:                      Puff Pastry
                                   (All Vegetable Shortening)


PASTRY - BOTTOM:                   Traditional Pie Bottom
                                   (All Vegetable Shortening)
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           BECOME A MEMBER OF
    THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF
           WESTERN AUSTRALIA
 To serve and enrich the people of Western Australia by showcasing the resources
                           and endeavours of its people


Privileges 2009 (Ordinary Membership)


Y    Free Passes to the Perth Royal Show
     Visit as often as you wish with two guests, using your membership
     Photo ID pass and Multi-Entry passes to gain free entry.

Y    50% discount on Single-Entry passes
     Up to seven per member

Y    Free parking on Members Car Park
     Limited bays

Y    Reduced entry fees at the Perth Royal Show
     Applicable for most competitive sections

Y    Voting Power
     Attend and vote at the AGM

Y    Use of Members’ Facilities during the Perth Royal Show
     Prime viewing of all Main Arena entertainment throughout the Show.
     Access to Members Cloakroom, Bar and Retreat

Y    Reciprocal Rights
	    Contact	Membership	Office	for	further	details

Y    Members Newsletter
     ’Members Lounge’ delivered 3 times a year to keep you informed with
     news and special offers

Junior Membership is also available.

Visit our website www.raswa.org.au or call on (08) 6263 3108 for
Membership detail!
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                            OUR VOLUNTEERS




                                                                  OUR VOLUNTEERS




                                            The Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia would like to thank the
                                            many volunteers who participate in the coordination of Perth Royal Show
                                            competitions and displays.


                                            Congratulations to Greta Payne, winner of the Volunteer of the Year award and
                                            Stan Crane, winner of the Volunteer of the Show award in 2008.


                                            Thank you to the Parmelia Hilton Perth for supporting the Volunteer of the Year
                                            and the Volunteer of the Show for 2008 and 2009.




   The Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia would like to thank the
   many volunteers who participate in the coordination of Perth Royal Show
   competitions and displays.


   Congratulations to Greta Payne, winner of the Volunteer of the Year award and
   Stan Crane, winner of the Volunteer of the Show award in 2008.


   Thank you to the Parmelia Hilton Perth for supporting the Volunteer of the Year
   and the Volunteer of the Show for 2008 and 2009.

				
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