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            GOONDIWINDI PASTORAL AND
              AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

               ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION NOTICE
                          2009
                          2010

DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP ............................................... $40
SINGLE MEMBERSHIP ................................................. $20
CAR STAND .................................................................... $30
        (not available from Wilga Bar to Art Pavilion area)
NAME ....................................................................................
ADDRESS .............................................................................
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EMAIL ...................................................................................
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DO YOU REQUIRE SCHEDULE TO BE POSTED  YES  NO
DONATIONS FOR PRESIDENTS LUNCHEON IN LIEU OF
CHEQUE/CASH ENCLOSED:...................................................
FOOD DONATION ...............................................................
CHEQUE/ CASH ENCLOSED:............................................
     ANY DONATION TOWARDS TROPHIES OR
      ANY DONATION TOWARDS TROPHIES OR
 PRIZEMONIES WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED
  PRIZEMONIES WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED

                                      TO:
                                Show Secretary
                              Mrs Janelle Handley
                                   PO Box 52
                              GOONDIWINDI 4390

                 PH: 07 4671 2087 Fax: 07 4671 4350


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                  GOONDIWINDI & DISTRICT
            PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
         OFFICE BEARERS 2009/2010
          Patron:          Mr. Ken Mackay, “Merawah”, Boggabilla
          President:       Mrs. Sandie Henderson, “Wongalee”, Boggabilla
          Vice Presidents: Mr. Col McClymont,
                           Mr. George Sloss
          Past President: Mr. David Elder
          Secretary:       Mrs. Janelle Handley
          Treasurer:       Mr. Harold Clayton

                       P.O. Box 52, Goondiwindi. 4390
                Phone (07) 46 71 2087 Fax (07) 46 71 4350
                   Email: goondiwindishow@bigpond.com
                  Office: Showground, 323 Boundary Road
                 Auditors: Stone Partners Services Pty. Ltd.,
               Showground Caretaker: Phone (07) 46 71 1596

                        Finance Committee Members:

Sandie Henderson, Janelle Hanley, Harold Clayton, David Elder, David Durkin,
Margot Armstrong, Adrienne Benson, Eddie Billing, Elaine Fairweather, Alastair
Logan, Scot McColl, Col McClymont, Andrew Mackay, Robert Mackay, Yvonne
North, Michelle Prendergast, Sherrie Price, Matthew Quinlan, Graham Richardson,
John Thorn, John Wood & Tony Woods.

                          Management Committee:

Sandie Henderson, Janelle Hanley, Harold Clayton, David Elder, David Durkin,
Margot Armstrong, Adrienne Benson, Eddie Billing, Elaine Fairweather, Alastair
Logan, Scot McColl, Col McClymont, Andrew Mackay, Robert Mackay, Yvonne
North, Michelle Prendergast, Sherrie Price, Matthew Quinlan, Graham Richardson,
John Thorn, John Wood , Tony Woods, Bob Baker, Jenny Baker, Robert Bardsley,
Ben Coulton, Kim Coulton, David Coulton, Bill Cranney, Helen Dimond, Geoff
Donovan, Richard Donovan, Tony Ecroyd, James Elder, Chris Finlayson, Hugh
Fisher, Alex Ford, Tom Gibson, Chas. Glasser, Col Glasser, Ron Glasser, Eric
Glasser, Hugh Gloster, Eric Griffiths, Mike Henderson, Richard Herde, Nathan
Hohn, Robert Hohn, Stuart Jamieson, Andrew Jackson, Breck Johnstone, Tim
Kelly,Tony Killen, Brian Lahey, Nikke Littlewood, Carolyn Mackay, Doug Marquard,
Don McClymont, Brenda McColl, Barry O’Bourne, Alex Oehlman, Stephen Price,
Allen Rae, Deborah Rae, Jim Raymond, Kay Rhodes, Andrew Richardson,
Scott Sandow, Simon Savill, David Savill, Jack Savill, Tony Selby, George Sloss,
Michelle Smith, Ray Smith, Col Waugh, Danny Wilkie, Steve Wilkins, David
Woods, Richard Woods, Tom Woods.
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       PrESidEnT’S MESSAgE – 2010
Our 134th Annual Show is fast approaching for 2010, with our committee working hard
to improve and introduce new ideas in all sections.
I’m pleased to announce we will be hosting the State Sheep Show and also the stud
cattle will be holding a Murray Grey feature show.
For the past few years Breville has been and still is the major sponsor in the Cookery
Section. This year all Pavilion Sections have introduced a special class incorporating
“THEMES WITH WOOL”. The winning article from this class will be eligible for a
special trophy generously donated by Breville. So please check your Schedule for your
preferred entry.
The Aspects Art Show will open the show on Thursday evening.
Friday and Saturday will see lots of interesting things for the children with Cheerio the
Clown, Darling Downs Reptile Display, Fireworks, Poddy Calf Rides as well as the ever
popular side show alley.
The Jackson Pavilion will host fashion parades, as well as performances of theStuartholme
College Band.
On Friday and Saturday evening the Wilga Bar will be open with live entertainment.
Saturday evening will also host the great Apex Bull Ride in front of the bar.
All the pavilions will be full of wonderful displays of craft, art, schoolwork, wool, flowers,
photography and much more.
A free courtesy bus will be running to and from the showgrounds on both days.
I would like to acknowledge the Show Societies grant received from the Department
of Local Government, Planning, Sport and Recreation. This enables us to make
improvements to the showgrounds for all show patrons.
The committee and I invite you all to join us for another fun filled Goondiwindi Show.


Sandie Henderson
PRESIDENT




                                                         Induction of new President
                                                         Sandie Henderson by
                                                         Past President David Elder
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OFFICE BEARERS .........................................................................................................3
PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE ..............................................................................................4
REGuLATIONS ...............................................................................................................7
SOCIETY’S RESPONSIBILITIES....................................................................................9
DISPLAY STANDS 2009 RESuLTS .............................................................................. 11
ORDER OF RING EvENTS ..........................................................................................13
SECTION 1 - CAMPDRAFT ..........................................................................................17
SECTION 2 - HORSES .................................................................................................19
SPORTING EvENTS ....................................................................................................30
SECTION 3 - SHOWJuMPING .....................................................................................33
SECTION 4 - STuD CATTLE ........................................................................................34
SECTION 5 - PRIME CATTLE ......................................................................................39
SECTION 6 - MERINO SHEEP .....................................................................................41
SECTION 7 - SHEARING..............................................................................................46
SECTION 8 - WOOL .....................................................................................................47
SECTION 9 - YARD DOG TRIAL ..................................................................................54
SECTION 10 - POuLTRY ..............................................................................................58
SECTION 11 - AGRICuLTuRE .....................................................................................63
FIELD WHEAT COMPETITION 2009 ............................................................................64
SECTION 12 - PRODuCE ............................................................................................71
SECTION 13 - FRuIT & vEGETABLES ........................................................................73
WOMEN’S AuxILIARY PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE ......................................................76
GOONDIWINDI P&A WOMENS AuxILIARY ................................................................77
SECTION 14 - YOuTH ExHIBITS ................................................................................78
SECTION 15 - ART .......................................................................................................82
SECTION 16 - PHOTOGRAPHY ..................................................................................88
SECTION 17 - FLOWERS.............................................................................................92
SECTION 18 - CROCHET & KNITTING .....................................................................102
SECTION 19 - COOKERY & PRESERvES ................................................................104
GOONDIWINDI YOuTH AMBASSADOR SHOW GIRL COMPETITION ....................108
SECTION 20 - NEEDLEWORK ................................................................................... 112
SECTION 21 - HANDICRAFTS ................................................................................... 115
SECTION 22 - SHOP WINDOW ................................................................................. 117
SECTION 23 - COLLECTORS CORNER & LIFE MEMBERS .................................... 119
MEMBERS ..................................................................................................................120
The P.&A. Society would like to thank all sponsors and donors acknowledged in this
Schedule for their generous contributions to the Show and also thank the sponsors and
donors, who at the time of printing were not mentioned in the Schedule.
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MEMbErShiP 2010
    DOuBLE MEMBERSHIP .........................................................................................$40.00
    SINGLE MEMBERSHIP ...........................................................................................$20.00
    CAR STANDS. 1ST ROW (LIMITED NuMBER)........................................................$30.00


AdMiSSion 2010
    ADuLTS ...................................................................................................................$12.00
    AgEd PENSIONERS: ...............................................................................................$3.00
    SCHOOL CHILDREN .................................................................................................$3.00

MEMBERS FREE ON PRODuCTION OF THEIR TICKETS. ATTENDANTS’ PASSES WILL
BE ISSuED AT THE RATE OF: INDuSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL AGENTS, TWO FREE
PASSES PER COMPANY PLuS THREE ExTRA PASSES AT $12 EACH. SIDESHOWS:
TWO FREE PASSES PER SIDESHOW.
        All CoMPETiTorS And ExhibiTorS MUST PAy gATE EnTrAnCE FEE
Membership tickets and other information may be obtained on application to the Secretary.
Members: Members failing to have members’ tickets are requested to pay entrance fee at
gate and come to office for members’ ticket on receipt of full subscription. Gate entrance will
be refunded.
                                           ACCEPTAnCE oF EnTriES:

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 Society/Association in addition to any Special Regulations which appear within
this schedule.
                                        inSTrUCTionS To STEwArdS:

    1. Stewards will be in attendance at the Showground at the hour appointed by the
       Committee to receive exhibits.
    2. Stewards are responsible that the exhibits are properly classed, and all exhibits in
       each class placed together for judging.
    3. Stewards will obtain award cards and/or books from the Secretary, enter all exhibits
       and deliver same to the judges and direct judges to the exhibits they are appointed to
       judge.
    4. Stewards will attend on the judges to afford any information required, but will not know,
       say or do anything to influence their decision. They must not reveal the name of any
       exhibitor, or repeat any remark the judges may make to each other.
    5. The Stewards will remove all persons from the judging area, excluding those required
       for judging of exhibits, while judging takes place.
    6. Stewards will obtain award cards from the judges when filled up and signed and deliver
       same to the Secretary. They will complete prize cards and attach same to exhibits.




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           goondiwindi & diSTriCT PASTorAl And
                 AgriCUlTUrAl SoCiETy
                          rEgUlATionS
  PATRONS AND ExHIBITORS ARE REQuESTED TO READ THESE CONDITIONS
                            CAREFuLLY.
HORSE SECTION TO BE READ AND WILL BE CONDuCTED IN CONJuNCTION WITH
             CHAMBER OF AGRICuLTuRAL SOCIETY RuLES.
1. Patrons enter the Goondiwindi Showgrounds at their own risk.
2. Children must be supervised at all times and are the sole responsibility of their parent
   or guardian.
3. Patrons are to be aware of the danger of all animals, vehicles & machinery.
4. In the interest of safety and the wellbeing of livestock and spectators alike, visitors are
   asked to keep clear of livestock and areas where livestock congregate.
5. unaccompanied children and spectators must not go into the arena or livestock working
   areas.
6. No glass bottles are permitted to be brought onto the ground.
7. Any person injured on the showgrounds who is not a financial member of the Q.A.S.
   will be soley responsible for all costs arising from Ambulance vehicle transport.
8. All competitors pay gate entrance fee.
9. Entries must be made on forms supplied by the Society.
10. It is essential for the smooth running of the show, that entries for all sections be lodged,
    with entry fee, with the Secretary, on or before the dates as shown at the heading of the
    respective sections.
11. Exhibits in all classes must be the bona fide property of the Exhibitor.
12. Entries must be accompanied by the entrance fee as specified in the Schedule,
    otherwise they will not be accepted.
13. No person will be allowed in the vicinity of the Judge during judging, other than the
    Stewards and Attendants actually in charge of stock, and no person will be allowed to
    communicate with Judges other than through a Steward.
14. On receipt of entries the Stewards will issue Exhibit Tickets which must be the only
    sign of ownership attached to any exhibit, and such ticket shall accompany exhibits.
    Exhibits tickets for livestock exhibits may be held by the Stewards at their discretion
    and issued when exhibits are being penned.
15. No person shall act as a Judge except in classes in which he himself is not an
    exhibitor.
16. Judges may withhold prizes and Championship honours if they think it expedient.
17. The decision of Judges shall be final.
18. The Committee reserves the right to withhold or modify any prize or prizes should
    there be three or less individual competitors in any class or event.
19. Prize ribbons and tickets shall be affixed to exhibits as soon as the Judges have made
    their awards.


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20. Every care will be taken of exhibits, but the Society will not be responsible for any
    losses or deaths, and exhibits must be brought to, and removed from, the grounds by
    the exhibitor.
21. Exhibits must be delivered to the Showgrounds in the manner and at times
    prescribed at the heading of each section. non-compliance with this provision
    will result in non-acceptance of the exhibits and forfeiture of the entry fees.
22. Notwithstanding anything contained in the Rules and Conditions, the Committee may
    at their discretion alter any condition, cancel or substitute and/or alter any event or
    class in the Schedule if they consider it necessary to do so.
23. Prize moneys will be paid at the Show. Prize money unclaimed or prize cheques
    unpresented within three months of the Show will revert to the Society. ring Tickets
    are only redeemable during the Show.
24. Judges or stewards may transfer any exhibit from one class to another.
25. The right is reserved to reject any exhibit or exhibits which may be considered not of
    sufficient merit to be displayed.
26. Any horses of doubtful height will be asked to be measured by the Official Measurer.
27. hEighT: QLD Chamber of Ag. Society rules apply. Life measurements will only be
    accepted if the horse is over 7 years of age. Current EFA of Australia or Show Horse
    Council certificates run from Jan 1 and expire last week in December of that year and
    will be accepted if in correct date range and official certificate produced and have been
    issued at an official measuring day. If there is any dispute the official measurement
    on the ground will overrule and apply. Two measurements only will be accepted each
    within ten minutes of each other. An allowance of 9.5mm (3/8 inch) ONLY will be made
    for shoes. No shoes is a true and correct measurement. The official measurer will
    attend the showgrounds at 8am each day of the show. Should a horse be over or under
    height for the class entered it may be transferred to the corresponding class.
•   Pony hacks must not exceed 14 hands and must be ridden by a rider under 17 years
    of age unless stipulated.
•   A Galloway hack shall be over 14 hands and not exceeding 15 hands. A Galloway
    cannot compete in other hack classes unless stated.
•   Exhibitors to present official breed cards upon request by stewards at the show.
28. Membership Fee entitles the member to one Member’s Ticket.
29. Special prizes donated, but not competed for, will not be refunded, but the donor shall
    have the option of allotting them as Special prizes for the succeeding year.
30. The Society reserves the right to adjudicate on any point or points which may be under
    dispute, and the Society’s decision shall be final.
31. Competitors in ring events must have their horses in the Assembly yard not
    later than 15 minutes prior to the commencement of the event. Any exhibitor not
    being present with his or her horse at the time of roll Call, which will take place
    five minutes before the commencement of the event will not be permitted to
    compete in such event. After the roll Call the Steward in charge of the Assembly
    yard will advise the ringmaster of the number of competitors present and ready
    to compete in the event about to take place.
32. Entries must be accompanied by the correct entry ticket issued at show office the year
    of the show and handed to a steward at the commencement of any event. Money will
    not be accepted as entrance to an event.
33. Judges, stewards and competitors must be suitably attired when judging and in the

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    ring.
34. An exhibitor shall not compete in an event if the exhibitor is a member of the judges
    immediate family.
35. An exhibitor shall not compete in an event if the exhibitor has been employed or has
    been employed or has provided accommodation for judge or is a business partner or
    provided tuition or fed or trained an animal within 3 months or during the Show.
36. Age of horse shall be calculated from the first day of August. Every horse foaled before
    August 1 in any year shall be deemed to be one year old on that date.
37. All contestants compete at own risk.
38. The Committee reserves the right of refusing or cancelling any entry or nomination
    without giving reason for doing so.
39. PCAQ Rules to be used in all novelty events.
40. All dogs whilst on the showground must be tied up inside trucks and floats.
41. All electric fences are to be disconnected on both days of the show.
42. Any electrical extension cords used the trade-site holders and campers must have
    current electrical certification.




            SoCiETy’S rESPonSibilTy
1. dAMAgE ThroUgh ExhibiTS. The Society will not be responsible for any accident
   that may be caused through or by any exhibit and it shall be a condition of entry that
   each exhibitor shall hold the Society harmless and indemnified against any legal
   proceedings arising from such accidents.
2. ACCidEnTS. The Society will not under any circumstances hold itself liable for any
   accident on the grounds or premises.
3. dAMAgE To ExhibiTS. The Society will not, under any circumstances, hold itself
   responsible for any loss or damage to, or misdelivery of exhibits.
4. loSS by diSEASE. The entry form will be taken as a guarantee that the animals therein
   are free from all disease so far as it is known by the owner. In case of infectious disease
   being spread through, or by an exhibit, the exhibitor shall be held responsible.
5. FirE. Precautions will be taken to guard against fire, and to protect the property at the
   Show, but exhibits will not be insured as the cost of the Society.
6. no EnTriES will bE rECEiVEd ExCEPT on ThE CondiTionS ThAT all
   disputes, objections and protests, shall be decided by the committee of the
   Show Society, whose decision will be final.
    no EnTry will bE rECEiVEd FroM Any PErSon diSQUAliFiEd by ThE
    Qld ChAMbEr oF AgriCUlTUrAl SoCiETiES during the period of such
    qualification. Should such an entry be accidentally accepted, it shall when discovered,
    be deemed void and the entry fee shall be forfeited.
    ownErS oF SToCK ArE rEMindEd To EFFECT ThEir own inSUrAnCE
    PoliCy For Any CoVEr ThEn dEEM nECESSAry For ThE Show.

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   FirEworKS
     diSPlAy
      PROvIDED BY OuTBACK PYROTECHNICS

           FridAy & SATUrdAy
               EVEningS
Plenty of Food Stalls on Grounds to cater for everyone

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          FridAy & SATUrdAy nighTS
              SPonSorEd by lAndMArK


            ChEErio ThE Clown
             rEPTilE diSPlAyS
              MiSS Showgirl
             FAShion PArAdES
            FrEE CoUrTESy bUS
       SidE Show ridES For ThE KidS

      SATUrdAy nighT -
  APEx bUllAnzA
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     CoMMErCiAl diSPlAy STAndS
                          2009 rESUlTS
home industry                      Agricultural industrial
1. Amazing Soaps                   1. Goondiwindi Mower & Bearings
2. Doug Bowie                      2. Border Pumps
3. Timberzone                      3. Mackenzies
4. Life’s Delights                 4. Peco Trading Co

Commercial Stand                   Community Service
1. Pearls for Girls                1. Waggamba Landcare
2. Cooreys                         2. Boggabilla Community Health
3. Libby’s Aussie Wool             3. Kaloma
4. Riversands vineyards
                                   Motorcycle Stands
1st Time Exhibitors                1. T. & T. Machinery
1. Inspired by You                 2. Donovan ATv
2. Phoenix Trading                 3. Dalby Moto
3. Bubblebum
                                   Machinery Stands
Automotive                         1. Chesterfield Goondiwindi
1. Tait Motors                     2. Kenway & Clark
2. Rod Gibson Ford                 3. Black Truck & Ag / Specialised
                                   Farm Machinery

      ChAMPion diSPlAy STAnd – ChESTErFiEld goondiwindi.




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              ordEr oF EUroKA JoinEry ring EVEnTS –
                         FridAy 30th APril
                  JUMPing ring – STArTS 8.00AM
ring onE – 8.45 A.M. STArT                      ring Two – 8.45 STArT
Class 1. Led Colt. under 4 years.               Measurement of Ponies and galloways
Class 2. Led Stallion. 4 years and over.        Class 9. Led Pony Stallion/Colt 14 hands &
riverina Stockfeeds Champion Stallion or        under.
Colt and reserve.                               Class 8. Led Pony Gelding. 14 hands &
Class 3. Led Gelding, over 15 hands.            under.
Class 4. Led Gelding over 14 hands not          Champion led Pony Male Exhibit and
exceeding 15 hands.                             reserve.
Class 4a. ASH/ANSA Led Gelding.                 Class 9a. Led Riding Pony Gelding, any age.
riverina Stockfeeds Champion led gelding        Class 10. Led Pony Mare, 13 hands and
and reserve.                                    under.
Class 15. Led Galloway Mare, any age, over      Class 11. Led Pony Mare, over 13 hands and
14.2 hands and not exceeding 15 hands.          not exceeding 13.2 hands.
Class 14. Led Galloway Mare, any age, over      Class 12. Led Pony Mare, over 13.2 hands
14 hands and not exceeding 14.2 hands.          and not exceeding 14 hands.
riverina Stockfeeds Champion led                Champion led Pony Mare and reserve.
galloway Mare and reserve.                      Class 13. Led Riding Pony Mare, any age.
Class 5a. Thoroughbred Filly, 3 years and       Class 13a. Led A.S.P. mare or gelding, not
under.                                          exceeding 14.2 hands.
Class 5b. Thoroughbred Mare, over 3 years.      Class 51. Best Child’s Mount, under 12 years
Class 6a. A.S.H. Filly 3 years and under.       (plain snaffle bridle)
Class 6b. A.S.H. Mare over 3 years.             Class 52. Tiny Tot’s Mount, under 7 years
                                                (unled).
Class 6c. Quarter Horse Mare, any age.
                                                Class 53. Tiny Tot’s Mount, under 7 years
Class 7. Any Mare/Filly. Led. Over 14 hands,    (led).
excluding above breeds.
                                                Class 45. District Girl Rider under 12 years.
riverina Stockfeeds Champion led Mare
and reserve.                                    Class 46. District Girl Rider, 12 and under 17
                                                years.
ian Johnston Supreme Champion led
Exhibit of the Show.                            Champion district girl rider and reserve.
Class 27. Maiden District Galloway Hack over    Class 47. District Boy Rider under 12 years.
14 hands.                                       Class 48. District Boy Rider, 12 and under 17
Class 26. District Galloway Hack over 14        years.
hands.                                          Champion district boy rider and reserve.
Champion district galloway hack and             Class 75. Adult and Child Rider.
reserve.                                        LuNCH
Class 25. Maiden District Hack over 15 hands.   Class 44. Best Fancy Dressed Horse and
Class 28. District Hack over 15 hands.          Rider under 17 years.
l.g. McColl Memorial Champion district          Class 41. Maiden District Pony Hack.
hack and reserve.                               Class 40. District Pony Hack.
Class 30. Station Hack.                         Champion district Pony hack and reserve.
Class 33. Working Reg. A.S.H./ANSA.             Class 43. utility Pony Hack 14 hands and
                                                under.
                                                Class 49. Pair of Pony Hacks.
                                                Class 50. School Pony, under 17 years.
                     ShowJUMP ArEnA FridAy 8.00am STArT
                     1. under 17 AM3                 4. 1.00m AM3
                     2. District AM3                 5. 1.15m AM7
                     3. Beginner 75cm                6. 1.30m AM3

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                ordEr oF EUroKA JoinEry ring EVEnTS –
                          SATUrdAy 1ST MAy
ring onE – 8.30a.m. start.                        ring Two – 8.30A.M. Start
Class 55. Maiden Galloway Hack. Over 14 hands     Class 54. Mount, Rider & Equipment.
and not exceeding 15 hands.                       Class 34. Maiden Pony Hack. 14 hands and under.
Class 56. Novice Galloway Hack. Over 14 hands     Class 35. Novice Pony Hack. 13 hands and under.
and not exceeding 14.2 hands.                     Class 35a. Novice Pony Hack. Over 13 hands and
Class 57. Novice Galloway Hack. Over 14.2 hands   not exceeding 14 hands.
and not exceeding 15 hands.                       Champion novice Pony hack and reserve.
Champion novice galloway hack and reserve.        Class 35b. Show Hunter Pony Hack. Not exceeding
Class 58. Open Galloway Hack. Over 14 hands       14 hands.
and not exceeding 14.2 hands.                     Class 37. Open Pony Hack. 12.2 hands and under.
Class 59. Open Galloway Hack. Over 14.2 hands     Class 37a. Open Pony Hack over 12.2 hands and
and not exceeding 15 hands.                       not exceeding 13 hands.
Class 60. Ladies Galloway Hack.                   Class 38. Open Pony Hack over 13 hands and not
Class 61. Child’s Galloway Hack.                  exceeding 13.2 hands.
Millmerran Meats Champion galloway hack and       Class 39. Open Pony Hack over 13.2 hands and
reserve.                                          not exceeding 14 hands.
Class 62. utility Galloway Hack.                  Champion Pony hack and reserve.
Class 64. Consolation Galloway Hack.              Class 36. A.S.P. Hack 14.2 hands and under.
Class 63. Pair of Galloway Hacks.                 Class 36a. Ridden Riding Pony Hack.
Class 63a. Show Hunter Galloway Hack. Over 14     Class 42. Consolation Pony Hack.
hands not exceeding 15 hands.                     Class 65. Boy Rider under 7 years.
Class 22. Novice Lady Rider.                      Class 66. Boy Rider, 7 and under 9.
Class 23. Open Lady Rider.                        Class 67. Boy Rider, 9 and under 12.
Class 24. Open Gentleman Rider.                   westpac Junior Champion boy rider and
Class 16. Maiden Hack. Over 15 hands.             reserve.
Class 17. Novice Hack. Over 15 hands.             Class 68. Girl Rider under 7 years.
Class 17a. Intermediate Hack. Over 15 hands.      Class 69. Girl Rider, 7 and under 9.
Champion novice/intermediate hack.                Class 70. Girl Rider, 9 and under 12.
Class 17b. Show Hunter Hack. Over 15 hands.       westpac Junior Champion girl rider and
Equine best Produce & Tack Champion Show          reserve.
hunter & reserve.                                 Class 71. Boy Rider, 12 and under 15.
Class 18. Open Hack. Over 15 hands and not        Class 72. Boy Rider, 15 and under 17.
exceeding 15.2 hands.                             westpac Senior Champion boy rider and
Class 19. Open Hack. Over 15.2 hands and not      reserve.
exceeding 16 hands.                               Class 73. Girl Rider, 12 and under 15.
Class 20. Open Hack. Over 16 hands.               Class 74. Girl Rider, 15 and under 17.
Class 21a. Child’s Hack.                          westpac Senior Champion girl rider and
Class 21. Open Ladies Hack.                       reserve.
Class 29. Pleasure Hack.                          goondiwindi SAddlEry SUPrEME
Class 31. Pair of Hacks.                          ChAMPion Child ridEr.
Chris becroft “wee bimbo” Perpetual Award         Class 76. Pair of Riders under 12.
J.w. Carrigan Champion hack and reserve.          Class 77. Pair of Riders, 12 and under 17.
Class 32. Consolation Hack.                       Class 78. Consolation Boy and Girl Rider, under 12.
Fox & Elder Supreme Champion hack of the          Class 79. Consolation Boy and Girl Rider, 12 and
Show.                                             under 17.
             ShowJUMP ArEnA                                      SPorTing EVEnTS.
              Saturday 8am STArT                        Saturday afternoon, May 1st, 2010.
                                                                  Campdraft Arena.
7.    Foxhunter                                    Entry fee: $2.50. Prize money $8.00 first, $5.00
8.    Junior Championship                                        second, $2.50 third.
9.    D Grade AM5                                 limited to 2 horses per rider. PCAQ rules apply.
10.   B. & C. Grade AM3
                                                  Class 1.    FLAG RACE, under 9 yrs.
11.   Grand Prix                                  Class 2.    FLAG RACE, 9 yrs & under 13 yrs.
                                                  Class 3.    FLAG RACE, 13 yrs & under 17 yrs.
                                                  Class 4.    BENDING RACE, under 9 yrs.
Prize money will be paid at the Show.             Class 5.    BENDING RACE, 9 yrs & under 13 yrs.
Prize money unclaimed or prize cheques            Class 6.    BENDING RACE, 13 yrs & under 17 yrs.
unpresented within three months of the Show       Class 7.    BARREL RACE, under 9 yrs.
will revert to the Society. ring TiCKETS ArE      Class 8.    BARREL RACE, 9 yrs & under 13 yrs.
only rEdEEMAblE dUring Show.                      Class 9.    BARREL RACE, 13 yrs & under 17 yrs.
                                                  Class 10.   BOuNCE PONY, under 9 yrs.
donATion drUM For UnwAnTEd ribbonS                Class 11.   BOuNCE PONY, 9 yrs & under 13 yrs.
will bE ProVidEd.                                 Class 12.   BOuNCE PONY, 13 yrs & under 17 yrs.
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             SECTion 1 – CAMPdrAFT
          gyrAl CAMPdrAFT
                CHIEF STEWARD – John Thorn (07) 46 77 6131
  STEWARDS – Tom Gibson, Robert Bardsley, Stuart Jamieson, Robert Hohn, Ray Smith,
                  David Durkin, Ian McMillan, & Roger Carrigan.

                    EnTriES CloSE ThUrSdAy, 22nd APril, 2010
                                   With Secretary,
                         PO Box 52, GOONDIWINDI. 4390

   EnTriES MUST bE MAdE in wriTing And ACCoMPAniEd wiTh EnTry FEE &
                      SignEd rElEASE & wAiVEr.

                                 A.C.A. AFFILIATED.

                  FridAy, APril 30th – 6 A.M. start.
Peter Kneipp Memorial Maiden draft: 1 Round and Final. $20 nom. $1,000 Prizemoney.
weebollabolla Shorthorn novice draft: 1 Round and Final. $25 nom. $1,000
Prizemoney.
Tom gibson Junior draft: $8 nom. Prizemoney $50 Limited to one (1) Ride.
Tom gibson Juvenile draft: $10 nom. Prizemoney $80 Limited to one (1) Ride.

                  SATUrdAy, MAy 1st – 6 A.M. start.
Merawah Poll hereford open draft: 1 Round and Final. $32 nom. $1200 Prizemoney.
goondiwindi Cotton Encouragement draft: 1 Round. $17 nom. Maiden Rider. Maiden
Horse. Limited to two (2) rides. $250 Prizemoney.
Victoria hotel ladies draft: 1 Round. $17 nom. Limited to two (2) rides. $250
Prizemoney.

    All ridErS UndEr ThE AgE oF 18 yEArS MUST wEAr ProPErly FiTTEd
                           SAFETy hElMETS.

      All dogs whilst on the showground must be tied up inside trucks or floats.

           Electric fences are to be disconnected on both days of the Show.

                      All CoMPETiTorS MUST PAy AdMiSSion.

                 Please nominate early to assist with cattle numbers.

                        FirST 530 PAid noMinATionS TAKEn.

                SEnT noMinATionS in wriTing wiTh PAyMEnT To:

Goondiwindi P. & A. Society                                        Ph. (07) 46 71 2087
PO Box 52,                                                        Fax (07) 46 71 4350
GOONDIWINDI. 4390                                     After Hours Campdraft Secretary
                                                       Anne Raymond (07) 46 71 5725

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                     SECTion 2 – horSES
                 EUroKA KiTChEn & JoinEry ring EVEnTS
                             ChiEF STEwArd: Di Elder Ph. 46 75 4524
  oFFiCiAl STEwArdS: Breck Johnstone, Mary Clare Glasser, Pru Coulton, Jenni Baker, Gayle
            Begg, Roz Daley, Kim Coulton, Michelle Smith, Nikki Littlewood, David Coulton.
                                  SPorTing - Goondiwindi Pony Club
                                   ShowJUMPing - Rebecca Smith
                                 oFFiCiAl MEASUrEr – Tom Gibson
                hACKS – PoniES And gAllowAyS – MiSCEllAnEoUS horSES
                                            Child ridErS
The Committee reserves the right to refund at its sole discretion, entry fees in classes in which
horses and/or riders are unable to compete, because of injury or events coinciding.
No ribbons other than those won at the Society’s current show are to be worn or displayed.
CoMPETiTorS PlEASE noTE:
•    Competitors will buy event tickets (except for campdraft) at the Secretary’s Office prior to an
     event.
•    No competitor will be judged unless he or she hands a TiCKET to the Ring Steward.
•    No postal entries will be accepted. Any tickets not used will be refunded providing same
     are returned to Secretary’s Office by 4 p.m. on the second day of the Show.
•    DISTRICT EVENTS. A horse and rider to be resident for 3 months within a radius of 80kms
     North or East from the Goondiwindi Post Office or within the original Western Waggamba
     boundary or within a radius of 60kms from the Goondiwindi Post Office into N.S.W. or at the
     discretion of the Committee.
•    CHILDREN’S DISTRICT EVENTS. It is optional to wear Pony Club uniform or a Riding Coat.
•    Children must wEAr hElMETS And booTS in All ClASSES.
•    Any horse of doubtful height will be asked to be measured by the Official Measurer.
•    hEighT: QLD Chamber of Ag. Society rules apply. life Measurements will only be
     accepted if the horse is over 7 years of age. Current EFA of Australia or Show Horse Council
     certificates run from January 1 and expire last week in December of that year and will be
     accepted if in correct date range and official certificate produced and has been issued at an
     official measuring day. If there is any dispute the official measurement on the ground will
     overrule and apply. Two measurements only will be accepted each within ten minutes of
     each other. An allowance of 9.5mm (3/8inch) ONLY will be made over or under height for the
     class entered it may be transferred to corresponding class.
•    Pony Hacks must not exceed 14 hands and must be ridden by a rider under 17 years of age
     unless stipulated.
•    A Galloway Hack shall be over 14 hands and must not exceed 15 hands. A Galloway cannot
     compete in other hack classes unless stated.
•    Show Hunters may compete in NOVICE Pony, Galloway or Hack Classes bUT ArE noT
     EligiblE to compete in the Open Hack, Galloway and Pony Classes.
•    Exhibitors to present official breed cards upon request by stewards at the Show.
•    SAFETy: ChiEF STEwArd MAy AT Any TiME rEQUirE A PErSon who doES noT
     APPEAr To bE AblE To ridE or hAndlE Any horSE/Pony To diSMoUnT And
     hAS ThE righT To rEMoVE CoMPETiTor FroM ring For SAFETy rEASonS.
•    No exhibitor shall engage or be knowingly involved in cruelty to a horse. Ring Committee will
     be sole judges of what constitutes cruelty but may include excessive use of whip, spurs or bit,
     electric shock, exhausted or lame, inadequate food or drink, excessive exercise.
ring ProgrAMME will noT bE hEld UP in ThE CASE oF EVEnTS ClAShing.
CoMPETiTorS MUST dECidE.
Competitors are to refer to their local QLD D.P.I. Office if necessary cattle tick sprays are required.
booKingS For STAllS will only bE ACCEPTEd ThrEE (3) wEEKS Prior To ThE Show
And MUST bE ACCoMPAniEd wiTh PAyMEnT oF $15.00 PEr STAblE For Show PEriod.
Any local horse/s who reside within a radius of 40kms. of goondiwindi will not be permitted
any horse stalls until All visiting horses are stabled.
Bookings to: -           Secretary, PO Box 52, Goondiwindi. 4390
                         Phone (07) 4671 2087; Fax (07) 4671 4350
All dogs whilst on the showground must be tied up inside trucks and floats.
All electric fences are to be disconnected on both days of the Show.
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goondiwindi Show
 UTE CoMPETiTion
               Saturday 1st MAy, 2010
    Entry Fee: $5 for Class. $2 for Side Category
         Each entry receives a Ute Sticker
      Entries taken from 10am till 12.00 noon
          Judging commences at 12.30pm




               Town & Country ute


 • Class 12:
 • Class 13:
 • Class 14:
 • Class 15:
 • Class 16:
      All utes will be eligible for People’s Choice Award
    All driVErS MUST rEMAin wiTh UTE oThErwiSE iT
                 will noT bE JUdgEd
   THANK YOu TO ALL SPONSORS FOR THEIR SuPPORT IN
           GENEROuS DONATION OF TROPHIES

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                                     diViSion A – horSES
             EnTry FEE $2.50. Prize money $10.00 First, $5.00 Second, $2.50 Third.
                       Ribbons in all classes and Championship sashes.
              donation drum for unwanted ribbons will be provided at the gate.
Class.
      1.    LED COLT. under 4 years.
      2.    LED STALLION. 4 years and over.
            riVErinA SToCKFEEdS ChAMPion lEd STAllion or ColT And rESErVE.
      3.    OPEN LED GELDING, 15 hands and over. Trophy kindly donated by Chris and Barry
            Becroft.
      4.    OPEN LED GELDING, over 14 hands and not exceeding 15 hands.
      4a.   ASH or ANSA LED GELDING. Must be registered with one of the above Societies.
            (Registration papers must be produced on request)
            riVErinA SToCKFEEdS ChAMPion lEd gElding And rESErVE.
      5a.   THOROuGHBRED FILLY, 3 years and under.
      5b.   THOROuGHBRED MARE, over 3 years.
      6a.   AuSTRALIAN STOCK HORSE FILLY, 3 years and under.
      6b.   AuSTRALIAN STOCK HORSE MARE, over 3 years.
      6c.   QuARTER HORSE MARE, any age.
      7.    ANY MARE/FILLY. Led. Over 14 hands excluding above Classes 5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 6c, 14
            and 15.
            riVErinA SToCKFEEdS ChAMPion lEd MArE And rESErVE.

                 diViSion b – PoniES And gAllowAyS (any breed) to be led.
 *galloway’s and Ponies entered in any class for which a prescribed height is a condition
                   must be measured at the current goondiwindi Show.
   The Official Measurer will attend the Showground at 8.00A.M. on each day of the Show.
EnTry FEE $2.50. Prize money $10.00 First, $5.00 Second, $2.50 Third.
    8. LED PONY GELDING, 14 hands and under.
    9. LED PONY STALLION, 14 hands and under.
        ChAMPion lEd Pony MAlE ExhibiT And rESErVE.
    9a. LED RIDING PONY GELDING, any age.
    10. LED PONY MARE, any age, with or without foal. 13 hands and under.
    11. LED PONY MARE, any age, with or without foal, over 13 hands but not exceeding 13.2
        hands.
    12. LED PONY MARE, any age, with or without foal, 13.2 hands but not exceeding 14
        hands.
        ChAMPion lEd Pony MArE & rESErVE - Trophy .14 hands and under.
    13. LED RIDING PONY MARE, any age.
    13a. LED AuSTRALIAN SADDLE PONY MARE OR GELDING. Not exceeding 14.2 hands.
    14. LED GALLOWAY MARE, any age, with or without foal, over 14 hands but not exceeding
        14.2 hands.
    15. LED GALLOWAY MARE, any age, with or without foal, over 14.2 hands but not
        exceeding 15 hands.
        riVErinA SToCKFEEdS ChAMPion lEd gAllowAy MArE And rESErVE.
        iAn JohnSTon SUPrEME ChAMPion lEd ExhibiT oF Show.




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                           diViSion C – MiSCEllAnEoUS horSES
    hacks entered in any Class for which a prescribed height is a condition and must be
                       measured at the current goondiwindi Show.
           EnTry FEE $2.50 Prize money $10.00 First, $5.00 Second, $2.50 Third.
Open to all horses over 15 hands, unless otherwise stated.
CondiTionS:
  * Horse means gelding or mare.
  * Stallions are not allowed to compete in this Division except in Class 33.
  * For purposes of this entire Section, the following definitions will apply:
MAIDEN: A horse which has never won a first prize for a corresponding event an any Agricultural
Show.
NOvICE: Horse, Galloway or Pony that has not won a Championship at any Agricultural Show.
INTERMEDIATE HACK: A horse over 15 hands that has noT won a blue ribbon at a Royal Show.
SHOW HuNTERS: May compete in NOvICE Pony, Galloway & Hack Classes BuT ARE
INELIGIBLE to compete in the OPEN Hack, Open Galloway and Open Pony Classes.
SNAFFLE BRIDLE: Definition: Cheek pieces and reins to be attached to same ring on bit, with or
without a noseband. No chains allowed.
• All horses must be free of hereditary disease.
• All riders must be neatly attired. Any contestant who, in the opinion of the Stewards, is not
suitably attired, shall be precluded from competing in any event.
• Entrants in the Lady Rider and Gentleman Rider events must be seventeen (17) years of age or
older at the time of the Show.
diSTriCT EVEnTS for riders and horses who are resident for 3 months within an 80km North
or East radius of the Goondiwindi Post Office or within the original Western Waggamba boundary
or within a radius of 60kms from the Goondiwindi Post Office into N.S.W. or at the discretion of the
Committee.
     16.  MAIDEN HACK. Over 15 hands.
     17.  NOvICE HACK. For horses that have not won a Championship at any Agricultural
          Show.
     17a. INTERMEDIATE HACK. Over 15 hands. For horses that have not won a blue ribbon at
          a Royal Show.
          ChAMPion & rESErVE ChAMPion noViCE / inTErMEdiATE hACK. CLASSES
          16, 17 & 17a eligible.
     17b. RIDDEN SHOW HuNTER. Over 15 hands.
     18. OPEN HACK. Over 15 hands and not exceeding 15.2. hands.
     19. OPEN HACK. 15.2 hands and not exceeding 16 hands.
     20. OPEN HACK. Over 16 hands.
     21. OPEN LADIES HACK. Over 15 hands.
     21a. CHILD’S HACK. 15 hands and over. To be ridden by a child under 17 years.
          EQUinE bEST ProdUCE & TACK ChAMPion Show hUnTEr & rESErVE For
          winners of Classes 17b, 35b & 63a. Trophies donated.
          l.g. McColl MEMoriAl ChAMPion diSTriCT hACK.
          For winners of Classes 25 and 28 Perpetual Trophy.
          J.w. CArrigAn FAMily ChAMPion hACK.
          For winners of Classes 18, 19, 20, 21
          Pairs not eligible. Perpetual Trophy, plus $20.00 Prize money.
          Fox & EldEr SUPrEME ChAMPion hACK oF Show.
          Champion Pony, Champion Galloway and Champion Hack are eligible. Trophy donated
          by Fox & Elder, Accountants, Goondiwindi, plus $30.00 prize money.
     22. NOvICE LADY RIDER, for all lady riders (17 years and over) who have not won a
          Championship prize in an open equestrian event at any Agricultural Show.
     23. OPEN LADY RIDER, 17 years and over.
     24. GENTLEMAN RIDER. 17 years and over.
     25. MAIDEN DISTRICT HACK. Over 15 hands. For riders and horses who are resident for
          3 months within an 80km North or East radius of the Goondiwindi Post Office or within
          the original Western Waggamba boundary or a radius of 60kms from the Goondiwindi
          Post Office into N.S.W. or at the discretion of the Committee
     26. DISTRICT GALLOWAY HACK. Over 14 hands and not exceeding 15 hands. For riders
          and horses who are resident for 3 months within an 80km North or East radius of the
          Goondiwindi Post Office or within the original Western Waggamba boundary or within a
          radius of 60kms from the Goondiwindi Post Office into N.S.W. or at the discretion of the
          Committee.
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    27.   MAIDEN DISTRICT GALLOWAY HACK. Over 14 hands and not exceeding 15
          hands. For riders and horses who are resident for 3 months within an 80km North or
          East radius of the Goondiwindi Post Office or within the original Western Waggamba
          boundary or within a radius of 60kms from the Goondiwindi Post Office into N.S.W. or at
          the discretion of the Committee.
          ChAMPion & rESErVE diSTriCT gAllowAy hACK. Winners of Class 26 and 27
          eligible.
    28.   DISTRICT HACK. Over 15 hands. For riders and horses who are resident for 3 months
          within an 80kmNorth or East radius of the Goondiwindi Post Office or within the original
          Western Waggamba boundary or within a radius of 60kms from the Goondiwindi Post
          Office into N.S.W. or at the discretion of the Committee
    29.   PLEASURE HACK, to be ridden in a snaffle bit bridle.
    30.   STATION HACK, equipment will not be judged. The following qualifications will be
          taken into account by the Judge when making their award (1) to carry up to 75kgs; (2)
          quality and conformation; (3) capable of ordinary work among sheep and cattle; (4)
          paces; (5) hardiness; (6) opening and shutting gates; (7) standing when unattended;
          (8) must be a good leader.
          “wEE biMbo” Perpetual Award. This Perpetual Trophy will be awarded by Chris
          Becroft in memory of the consistent horse “Wee Bimbo” who competed in events as
          listed:
          Classes 3, 18, 21, 28, 29 and 30. The winner of these classes will receive a point
          score awarded as 1st - 3, 2nd - 2, 3rd – 1. This trophy will be awarded at the
          conclusion of Class 31.
    31.   PAIR OF HACKS. Entry Fee $2.50 per pair.
    32.   CONSOLATION HACK. (All ridden first prize winners not eligible). No entry fee.
    33.   WORKING REGISTERED AuSTRALIAN STOCK HORSE / ANSA. Stallions eligible.

                                    diViSion d – PoniES.
  EnTry FEE – All ClASSES $2.50 Prize money $10.00 First, $5.00 Second, $2.50 Third
                                    (unless otherwise stated)
   All entries to be ridden by boy or girl under 17 years, except where otherwise stated.
                              galloway’s may be ridden by adults.
The Committee reserves the right to include additional riding Pony Classes to the Schedule
                        if a Registered Riding Pony judge is officiating.
    34. MAIDEN PONY HACK. 14 hands and under.
    35. NOvICE PONY HACK. 13 hands and under. For ponies that have NOT won a
          Championship at any Agricultural Show.
    35a. NOvICE PONY HACK. Over 13 hands, not exceeding 14 hands. For ponies that have
          NOT won a Championship at any Agricultural Show.
          ChAMPion & rESErVE ChAMPion noViCE Pony hACK. Winners from Class 34.
          35, 35a eligible.
    35b. SHOW HuNTER PONY HACK. Not exceeding 14 hands.
    36. A.S.P. HACK. Not exceeding 14.2 hands. All ponies registered with A.S.P.A. current
          membership cards must be produced on request. (Not eligible for Champion Pony
          Hack).
    36a. RIDDEN RIDING PONY HACK. All ponies to be currently registered with the Australian
          Riding Pony Society. Membership to be sighted. (Not eligible for Champion Pony
          Hack.)
    37. OPEN PONY HACK. 12.2 hands and under.
    37a. OPEN PONY HACK. Over 12.2 hands and not exceeding 13 hands.
    38. OPEN PONY HACK. Over 13 hands and not exceeding 13.2 hands.
    39. OPEN PONY HACK. Over 13.2 hands and not exceeding 14 hands.
    40. DISTRICT PONY HACK. Mare or gelding. 14 hands and under. For riders and horses
          who are resident for 3 months within an 80kmNorth or East radius of the Goondiwindi
          Post Office or within the original Western Waggamba boundary or within a radius
          of 60kms from the Goondiwindi Post Office into N.S.W. or at the discretion of the
          Committee.




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41.   MAIDEN DISTRICT PONY HACK. For riders and horses who are resident for 3 months
      within an 80kmNorth or East radius of the Goondiwindi Post Office or within the original
      Western Waggamba boundary or within a radius of 60kms from the Goondiwindi Post
      Office into N.S.W. or at the discretion of the Committee
      ChAMPion diSTriCT Pony hACK. Winners of Classes 40 and 41 eligible.
      ChAMPion Pony hACK. Winners from Class 37, 37a, 38 and 39 eligible. 14 hands
      and under..
      rESErVE ChAMPion Pony hACK. (Pairs not eligible)
42.   CONSOLATION PONY HACK. 14 hands and under. For all ridden Ponies that have
      not won a first ribbon at the current Show. No entry fee.
43.   uTILITY PONY. 14 hands and under. To be judged on the following qualities: Walk,
      Trot, Canter, Lead, Open and shut gates, standing when unattended, stamina and
      ability to carry out other tests the judge deems necessary.
44.   BEST FANCY DRESSED HORSE AND RIDER. hElMETS And booTS MUST bE
      worn. Ridden by boy or girl under 17 years. Horse, Galloway or Pony.
      voucher donated by Horseland, Toowoomba.
45.   DISTRICT GIRL RIDER. under 12.
46.   DISTRICT GIRL RIDER. 12 and under 17 .
47.   DISTRICT BOY RIDER. under 12.
48.   DISTRICT BOY RIDER. 12 and under 17.
      ChAMPion diSTriCT girl ridEr And rESErVE. (Winners Class 45 and 46).
      ChAMPion diSTriCT boy ridEr And rESErVE. (Winners Class 47 and 48).
49.   PAIR OF PONY HACKS. 14 hands and under. Prizes $6.00 First, $4.00 Second, $2.50
      Third( (per pony). Entry Fee $2.50 per pair.
50.   SCHOOL PONY. Ridden by boy or girl under 17 years. To be ridden by one or more
      children. To be judged on quietness of Pony/Horse. No height restriction. Children
      must wear helmet and boots.
51.   BEST CHILD’S MoUnT. To be ridden in a plain snaffle bridle by a child under 12
      years.
      (Snaffle Bridle Definition refer Page 25)
52.   TINY TOT’S MoUnT. unled. To be ridden by a child under 7 years.
53.   TINY TOT’S MoUnT. Led. To be ridden by a child under 7 years, on a lead rein, which
      is NOT ELIGIBLE for Class 52.
54.   MOuNT, RIDER and EQuIPMENT. under 17 years. To be judged on the following
      basis: Conformation and Manners 50, Riding Ability 25, Neatness and correctness of
      Saddlery and Dress 25.

                                diViSion E – gAllowAyS
 EnTry FEE - $2.50 PER HORSE. Prize money $10.00 First, $5.00 Second, $2.50 Third.
55. MAIDEN GALLOWAY HACK. Over 14 hands but not exceeding 15 hands.
56. NOvICE GALLOWAY HACK, For Galloway’s that have not won a championship at any
     Agricultural Show. Over 14 hands but not exceeding 14.2 hands.
57. NOvICE GALLOWAY HACK. Over 14.2 hands but not exceeding 15 hands.
     ChAMPion & rESErVE ChAMPion noViCE gAllowAy hACK. Winners from
     Class 55, 56 and 57 eligible.
58. OPEN GALLOWAY HACK. Over 14 hands but not exceeding 14.2 hands.
59. OPEN GALLOWAY HACK. Over 14.2 hands but not exceeding 15 hands.
60. LADIES GALLOWAY HACK. To be ridden by a lady. Eligible for Champion Galloway
     Hack.
61. CHILD’S GALLOWAY HACK. To be ridden by a child under 17 years. Trophy donated
     by ivan and Amanda burcher.
62. uTILITY GALLOWAY. To be judged under the same conditions as utility Pony.
     MillMErrAn MEATS ChAMPion gAllowAy hACK & rESErVE.
     Winners from Class 58, 59, 60 eligible. Championship sponsored by Millmerran
     Meats, Millmerran plus $20.00 prize money.
63a. RIDDEN SHOW HuNTER GALLOWAY HACK. Over 14 hands but not exceeding 15
     hands.
63. PAIR OF GALLOWAY HACKS. Over 14 hands but not exceeding 15 hands.
64. CONSOLATION GALLOWAY HACK. For all ridden Galloway’s that have not won a first
     ribbon at the current Show. No entry fee.



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                                   diViSion F – Child ridErS.
                      EnTry FEE – All ClASSES $2.50 PEr ridEr.
                    Prize money $8.00 First, $5.00 Second, $2.50 Third.
    65.    BOY RIDER, under 7 years.
    66.    BOY RIDER, 7 years and under 9.
    67.    BOY RIDER, 9 years and under 12.
           JUnior ChAMPion boy ridEr $20.00 Prize money
           JUnior rESErVE ChAMPion boy ridEr.
    68.    GIRL RIDER, under 7 years.
    69.    GIRL RIDER, 7 years and under 9.
    70.    GIRL RIDER, 9 years and under 12.
           JUnior ChAMPion girl ridEr, $20.00 Prize money.
           JUnior rESErVE ChAMPion girl ridEr.
    71.    BOY RIDER, 12 years and under 15.
    72.    BOY RIDER, 15 years and under 17.
           SEnior ChAMPion boy ridEr, $20.00 Prize money.
           SEnior rESErVE ChAMPion boy ridEr.
    73.    GIRL RIDER, 12 years and under 15.
    74.    GIRL RIDER, 15 years and under 17.
           SEnior ChAMPion girl ridEr, $20.00 Prize money.
           SEnior rESErVE ChAMPion girl ridEr.

           All ChAMPion Child ridErS SPonSorEd by wESTPAC bAnK.

           goondiwindi SAddlEry SUPrEME ChAMPion Child ridEr.
           (Champion Junior Boy and Girl, Champion Senior Boy and Girl Rider eligible), plus
           $50.00 prize money & Trophy.
    75.    ADuLT AND CHILD RIDER. Prizes $5.00 First, $4.00 Second, $2.50 Third (per rider).
           Entry Fee: $2.50 per pair.
    76.    PAIR OF RIDERS (Boy or Girl under 12 years) Prizes: $5.00 First, $3.00 Second,
           $2.50 Third (per rider.) Entry Fee: $2.50 per pair.
    77.    PAIR OF RIDERS (Boy or Girl 12 years and under 17 years). Prizes $5.00 First, $3.00
           Second, $2.50 Third (per rider). Entry Fee: $2.50 per pair.
    78.    CONSOLATION BOY or GIRL RIDER. For boys and girls under 12 years who have not
           won a ribbon in any rider class at the current Show. No entry fee.
    79.    CONSOLATION BOY or GIRL RIDER. For boys and girls 12 and under 17 years who
           have not won a ribbon in any rider class at the current Show. No entry fee.




                        SPorTing EVEnTS.
                                Saturday afternoon, May 1st, 2010
                                         Campdraft Arena.
                Entry fee: $2.50. Prize money $8.00 first, $5.00 second, $2.50 third.
                         limited to 2 horses per rider. PCAQ rules apply.

Class     1.     FLAG RACE, under 9 years.
          2.     FLAG RACE, 9 years and under 13 years.
          3.     FLAG RACE, 13 years and under 17 years.
          4.     BENDING RACE, under 9 years.
          5.     BENDING RACE, 9 years and under 13 years.
          6.     BENDING RACE, 13 years and under 17 years.
          7.     BARREL RACE, under 9 years.
          8.     BARREL RACE, 9 years and under 13 years.
          9.     BARREL RACE, 13 years and under 17 years.
          10.    BOuNCE PONY, under 9 years.
          11.    BOuNCE PONY, 9 years and under 13 years.
          12.    BOuNCE PONY, 13 years and under 17 years.



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                  goondiwindi Show, 30th April & 1st May 2010
                            Chief Steward: Rebecca Smith




                   Elders   St Margaret’s Anglican girls School




                                 Rebecca Smith – 0409 919 010

FridAy 30th April 8.00am

        ST MARGARET’S ANGLICAN GIRLS SCHOOL under 17 AM3. Starting height 75cm




SATUrdAy 1st May 8.00am




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           SECTion 4 – STUd CATTlE
            Chief Steward: Mrs. Carolyn Mackay. Phone (07) 4676 2250
                                Fax (07) 4676 2481
                          Email: merawah@activ8.net.au
OFFICIALS: Andrew and Carolyn Mackay, Scott Glasser, Kerry Glasser, Kaye Rhodes, Eric
             and Leigh Glasser, Ivan and Amanda Burcher, Col Glasser.
                       ENTRIES CLOSE APRIL, 27th, 2010
                          ENTRY FEE $8.00 PER HEAD
                                 PiC: QdwM0235
              ExhibiTorS ArE rESPonSiblE To rECord nliS.
                          BEDDING WILL BE PROvIDED
              NO CHARGE FOR PAIRS OR INTERBREED CLASSES
              JUdging CoMMEnCES For All brEEdS 9.00 A.M.

                 MUrrAy grEy FEATUrE Show
                              SATUrdAy, MAy 1st 2010

CONDITIONS:    1. Ages to be actual as at May, 1ST, 2010
               2. All exhibits must be tractable and must be led.
               3. The Committee reserves the right to change classes to suit the numbers
                  of entries.

                      ClASSES For All bEEF brEEdS
  1.    FEMALE. under 12 months.
  2.    FEMALE. 12 months and under 16 months.
  3.    FEMALE. 16 months and under 20 months.
        JuNIOR CHAMPION FEMALE.
        RESERvE JuNIOR CHAMPION FEMALE.
  4.    FEMALE. 20 months and under 24 months.
  5.    FEMALE. 24 months and over.
        SENIOR CHAMPION FEMALE.
        RESERvE SENIOR CHAMPION FEMALE.
        grAnd ChAMPion FEMAlE.

  6.    BuLL. under 12 months.
  7.    BuLL. 12 months and under 16 months.
  8.    BuLL. 16 months and under 20 months.
        JuNIOR CHAMPION BuLL.
        RESERvE JuNIOR CHAMPION BuLL.
  9.    BuLL. 20 months and under 24 months.
  10.   BuLL. 24 months and over.
        SENIOR CHAMPION BuLL
        RESERvE SENIOR CHAMPION BuLL.
        grAnd ChAMPion bUll.
  11.   PAIR OF BuLLS.
  12.   PAIR OF FEMALES
  13.   BREEDERS GROuP. (Both sexes, 3 head, owned by Exhibitor)




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                                 SPECiAl PrizES

CHAMPION STuD BEEF ExHIBIT OF THE SHOW. The J.h. doyle Trophy.

INTERBREED BREEDERS GROuP OF 3. (0wned by Exhibitor) Sponsored by
goondiwindi Cotton Co.,

HERDSMAN AWARD. Sponsored by Mr. laird McColl.

JuNIOR PARADERS AND JuNIOR JuDGING.
Sponsored by Performance Feeds.

LED STEER. 2 classes. Age & weight limits to be decided on day.
Sponsored by Performance Feeds.

MuRRAY GREY FEATuRE HERDSMAN AWARD.

MuRRAY GREY STuD HEIFER – donated by Kevin & Trish Vayro “glengower”
Condamine.

FrEE ExhibiTorS brEAKFAST – SATUrdAy Morning –
SPonSorEd by EldErS




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            SECTion 5 – PriME CATTlE
              ThE rAbo bAnK SATiSFying bEEF MEAl CoMPETiTion
                         CHIEF STEWARD: RICHARD DOYLE
                              Ph 46762444 – fax 46762110
      Committee: James Elder, Bryan Lahey, Danny Wilkie, Tony Ecroyd, Andrew Wilkie

Entries are invited for:

                           PAddoCK To PlATE - grAin FEd SECTion

•    Pen of 5 (Best 3) Supermarket and Domestic Trade – Steer or Heifer
•    To be in feedlot by 1st February 2010, recommended entry specifications 285 – 335Kg
     curfewed, 0-2T
•    No breed restriction
•    Subject to minimum number of entries requirement.

1)   Highest overall daily weight gain
2)   Best compliance to specification at slaughter
3)   Best compliance to specification at chiller assessment – minimum MSA 3 star
4)   Highest retail beef yield by value of individual cut


The competition will culminate with an overall Grand Champion Pen taking into account all
points achieved on a weighted basis throughout the competition.


                           LIVE CATTLE SECTION (if sufficient entries)

•    Replacement Heifer Competition.
•    Subject to minimum number of entries requirement.
•    Any breed type.
•    Judging criteria to be supplied to entrant prior to at registration.
•    Competition to be conducted by judging on farm in April 2010
•    Heifers to be joined or PTIC at time of judging.
•    Entries registered by no later than 20 March 2010
•    Winner and place getters to be announced in Prime Cattle tent at the show.

                                    For further details contact
                                          Richard Doyle
                                          (07) 46762444

The P & A Society would like to thank all Sponsors for their generosity in sponsoring
the Prime Cattle Section of the Show.




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       SECTion 6 – MErino ShEEP
              CHIEF STEWARD: TOM ARCHER - PH: (07) 4675 4526

OFFICIALS: Ian McColl, Scot McColl, Alastair Logan, Stan McDonnell, Steve Maunder,
                                  Leith McColl

                                 hoSTing ThE



   QUEEnSlAnd STATE ShEEP Show
                       Thursday 29th April
                        Friday 30th April
                        Saturday 1st May
                     Judging commences 2.00p.m. Thursday.

                No Flock Sheep classes will be conducted this year.

                     Schedules available – contact 46 71 2087
                     Email – goondiwindishow@bigpond.com




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             SECTion 7 – ShEAring
                             gUnSynd ShEArS
                AFFILIATED WITH QuEENSLAND SPORT SHEARS
             STEwArd: PETEr And MArilyn SinClAir 4671 2017
              BOB TELFORD MEMORIAL TROPHY (OPEN WINNER)
            TROPHIES, GOODS AND CASH PRIZES FOR ALL EvENTS
                             SATUrdAy, MAy 1st, 2010
                    Entries close 9.30 a.m. Starting time 10 a.m.
                 Entry Fee: Open $25; Senior $20; Intermediate $15
Incorporating local competition for shearers living within a 80km radius of Goondiwindi
                                       Events:
                                        OPEN
                                       SENIOR
                            INTERMEDIATE / LEARNER
                    LOCAL (run in conjunction with other events)




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                       SECTion 8 – wool
                      CHIEF STEWARD: E. Billing. Phone (07) 4675 1357
       STEWARDS: R. Sloss, J. Lennon, E. Griffiths, M. Makim, P. Billing and A. Logan
    NO ENTRY FORMS REQuIRED. BuT PLEASE LABEL EACH ENTRY CLEARLY. NO
                                           ENTRY FEE.
Exhibitors must own sheep from which the wool has been shorn. Fleeces must be skirted and
contain no bellies, locks or stained wool.
EACH FLEECE WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR ONE CLASS ONLY, BuT THE BEST FLEECE IN
ANY SECTION WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR CHAMPIONSHIP PuRPOSES.
Wool will be judged on points system. All fleeces must be the bona fide property of the
Exhibitor.
Wool in plastic bags or any other container will be received and stored for the convenience
of exhibitors at any time prior to 5pm Tuesday 27th April, 2010 when all entries will close.
Micron testing will be used to differentiate classes.
Pet fleeces are eligible in Class 46 only.
All exhibitors are required to state on their plastic bags or wool cartons, their wishes regarding
disposal of wool after the Show.
Wool entered must be shorn from sheep run under normal paddock conditions with exception
of shedded Stud sheep.
AWARDS: lst, 2nd and 3rd Society prize ribbons in all classes. Sashes for Champions and
Reserves. Trophies and Prizemoney where indicated.
No trophies will be awarded unless there are three or more entries in each division.
    PLASTIC BAGS WILL BE AvAILABLE FROM THE SECRETARY AT SHOWGROuND.

                             diViSion A - rAM FlEECES oPEn
                                Only Registered Studs Eligible
Class
    1.    SuPERFINE WOOL.
    2.    ONE FLEECE FINE WOOL.
    3.    ONE FLEECE MEDIuM WOOL.
    4.    ONE FLEECE STRONG WOOL.
          CHAMPION REGISTERED RAM’S FLEECE. Trophy.
          Reserve.
                     diViSion b - rAM FlEECE (UnrEgiSTErEd) oPEn
    5a.   SuPERFINE RAM FLEECE (unreg.) OPEN
    5b.   ONE FLEECE FINE WOOL
    6.    ONE FLEECE MEDIuM WOOL.
    7.    ONE FLEECE STRONG WOOL. CHAMPION FLEECE. Trophy. Reserve.
                        diViSion C - STUd EwES oPEn
    8.    ONE FLEECE SuPERFINE WOOL.
    9.    ONE FLEECE FINE WOOL.
    10.   ONE FLEECE MEDIuM WOOL.
    11.   ONE FLEECE STRONG WOOL.
          CHAMPION FLEECE. Trophy.
          Reserve



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                                    diViSion d
               (Flock wools from owners of more than 4,000 sheep.
                 Wools to exhibit characteristics of “White Wools”)
12.   ONE FLEECE SuPERFINE WOOL.
13.   ONE FLEECE FINE WOOL.
14.   ONE FLEECE MEDIuM WOOL.
15.   ONE FLEECE STRONG WOOL.
16.   TWO MATCHED SuPERFINE FLEECES.
17.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, FINE WOOL.
18.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, MEDIuM WOOL.
19.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, STRONG WOOL. CHAMPION FLEECE. Trophy.
      Reserve.
                                    diViSion E
                (Flock wools from owners of 2,000 to 4,000 sheep.
                  Wool to exhibit characteristics of “White Wools”
20.   ONE FLEECE SuPERFINE WOOL.
21.   ONE FLEECE FINE WOOL.
22.   ONE FLEECE MEDIuM WOOL.
23.   ONE FLEECE STRONG WOOL.
24.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES SuPERFINE WOOL.
25.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, FINE WOOL.
26.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, MEDIuM WOOL.
27.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, STRONG WOOL. CHAMPION FLEECE - Trophy.
      Reserve.
                                    diViSion F
                   (Flock wools of owners of 20 to 2,000 sheep.
                 Wools to exhibit characteristics of “White Wools”)
28.   ONE FLEECE SuPERFINE WOOL.
29.   ONE FLEECE FINE WOOL.
30.   ONE FLEECE MEDIuM WOOL.
31.   ONE FLEECE STRONG WOOL.
32.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES SuPERFINE WOOL.
33.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, FINE WOOL.
34.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, MEDIuM WOOL.
35.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, STRONG WOOL. CHAMPION FLEECE - Trophy
      Reserve.
                           diViSion g. rEd woolS.
36.   ONE FLEECE SuPERFINE WOOL.
37.   ONE FLEECE FINE WOOL.
38.   ONE FLEECE MEDIuM WOOL.
39.   ONE FLEECE STRONG WOOL.
40.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, SuPERFINE WOOL.
41.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, FINE WOOL.
42.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, MEDIuM WOOL.
43.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, STRONG WOOL. CHAMPION FLEECE - Trophy.
      Reserve.


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                                    diViSion h.
44.   ONE LAMB’S FLEECE. Must have lamb’s tip.
45.   ONE HOGGET’S FLEECE.
46.   CHILD’S PET FLEECE. One entry per child. Open to local exhibitor 12 years and
      under only. 1st $4, 2nd $2, 3rd $ 1.
      CHAMPION LAMB OR HOGGET’S FLEECE. - Trophy. Reserve.

                 diViSion i - rAM or EwE FlEECES - oPEn
                  uNHOuSED - Only Registered Studs eligible
                Please state on entry form if Ram or Ewe Fleece.
47.   ONE FLEECE SuPERFINE WOOL.
48.   ONE FLEECE FINE WOOL.
49.   ONE FLEECE MEDIuM WOOL.
50.   ONE FLEECE STRONG WOOL.
51.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, SuPERFINE WOOL.
52.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, FINE WOOL.
53.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, MEDIuM WOOL.
54.   TWO MATCHED FLEECES, STRONG WOOL. CHAMPION STuD RAM OR EWE
      FLEECE - Trophy. Reserve.




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THE P. & A. SOCIETY WOuLD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING DONORS OF TROPHIES
TO THE WOOL PAvILION.
umbercollie Merino Stud, Mrs. Betty Giltrow, Mrs. G. B. Cracknell, the family of the late
Mick & Edith Barker, A. Logan, “Burilda” Partnership, Elders, Goondiwindi Co-op, N. Griffiths,
Ian uebergang, E. Billing, E. & N. McKinlay, McIntyre Wool and Lennon Family.
Also thanks to Peter Sinclair for helping in pressing the wool.
         THANKS TO ALL ExHIBITORS WHO DONATED WOOL TO THE SOCIETY.
AWARDS: THE “RICHARD LEONARD PERPETuAL MEMORIAL” FOR THE BEST
COMPETITIvE uNHOuSED FLOCK FLEECE OF THE SHOW – Must be the progeny of
Queensland based stud.
THE DOROTHY TREWEEKE MEMORIAL TROPHY for the GRAND CHAMPION FLOCK
FLEECE. To be presented by McColl Family, “umbercollie”, Goondiwindi.
Trophy donated by ARRAWATTA PAST. CO. FOR CHAMPION uNHOuSED FLOCK FLEECE
OF THE SHOW, to be progeny of a NSW BASED STuD. (Ron Logan Memorial Trophy).
THREE MATCHED FLEECES. (Either Fine, Medium or Strong). The MICK & EDITH BARKER
Memorial Trophy.
CHAMPION PAIR OF MATCHED FLEECES. (Either Superfine, Fine, Medium or Strong).
GRAND CHAMPION FLEECE OF THE SHOW (Stud Wools) – Taken from all Stud Wool
Division. Kinbeachie Perpetual Trophy and Reserve.
GRAND CHAMPION FLOCK FLEECE OF THE SHOW.
CLASSER’S TROPHY (Stud Wools). Will be awarded to the Classer who has selected the
fleece which is ultimately chosen as the OPEN GRAND CHAMPION STuD WOOL FLEECE.
FINEST MICRON OF SHOW.
CLASSER’S TROPHY. Will be awarded to the Classer who has selected the fleece which is
ultimately chosen as the GRAND CHAMPION FLOCK FLEECE.




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        SECTion 9 – yArd dog TriAl
               CHIEF STEWARD: COL McCLYMONT – Phone 46 75 4129
                   STEWARDS: PETER LENNON & DAvID SELBY.
                          SATuRDAY, 1ST MAY, 2010
                           COMMENCING 8.00 A.M.
1. NOVICE EVENT. Entry fee $6.00. Top 5 to go into final.
   Prizemoney donated by Border veterinary Supplies.
   Trophy donated by Sandy McColl.
   Definition Local Dog – a dog within a 100kms radius of the Goondiwindi Post Office.
2. OPEN EVENT. Entry fee $8.00. Top 5 to go into final.
   Classes 1 and 2 run in conjunction, but with separate finals.
Ribbons, Trophy and Cash to all place getters
            ALL PLACEGETTERS WILL RECEIvE A BAG OF DOG BISCuITS.
                             All entries to be sent to:
                                  Col McClymont,
                              “Caratel”, goondiwindi
                         Phone 4675 4129. Fax 4675 4109.
                       noMinATionS CloSE 29Th APril, 2010.




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                  SECTion 10 - PoUlTry
          OFFICIAL: Alex Oehlman - P.O. Box 253, Goondiwindi - Phone 46 71 1592
                     ENTRIES CLOSE WEDNESDAY APRIL 28TH 2010.
                      POST ENTRIES TO P.O. BOx 52, GOONDIWINDI. 4390

                              DEFINITELY NO LATE ENTRIES

               Entry Fee $1.00. Prizemoney 1st $1.00, 2nd 50c, 3rd card only.
                            Society Ribbons for all Champions.

                       ONE DAY SHOW: JuDGING 9 a.m. Saturday,
                                  MAY 1st, 2010.

Birds must not be handled without permission of Stewards. Every possible effort will be made
for safe-keeping of exhibits, but the Committee will not be responsible for any loss, injury or
mishandling. The Committee reserves the right to refuse any bird believed to be vermin or
disease infected. The officials reserve the right to refuse entries without explanation.

                        UTiliTy And hEAVy STAndArd brEEdS
Class
    1.     Australorp Cock or Cockerel
    2.     Australorp Hen or Pullet
    3.     Ancona Cock or Cockerel
    4.     Ancona Hen or Pullet
    5.     Langshang Cock or Cockerel
    6.     Langshang Hen or Pullet
    7.     Leghorn Cock or Cockerel (AC)
    8.     Leghorn Hen or Pullet (AC)
    9.     Sussex Cock or Cockerel (AC)
    10.    Sussex Hen or Pullet (AC)
    11.    Silkie Cock or Cockerel (AC)
    12.    Silkie Hen or Pullet (AC)
    13.    A.O.v. Cock or Cockerel (State variety)
    14.    A.O.v. Hen or Pullet (State variety)
    15.    Standard or utility Breeding Pair.

                                  lArgE hArd FEAThEr

    16.    Old English Game Black Red Cock or Cockerel
    17.    Old English Game Partridge Hen or Pullet
    18.    Old English Game Blue Red Cock or Cockerel
    19.    Old English Game Blue Red Hen or Pullet
    20.    Old English Game Duckwing Cock or Cockerel(AC)
    21.    Old English Game Duckwing Hen or Pullet (AC)
    22.    Old English Game Pile Cock or Cockerel
    23.    Old English Game Pile Hen or Pullet
    24.    Old English Game Brown Red Cock or Cockerel




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25.   Old English Game Brown Red Hen or Pullet
26.   Old English Game Any other Colour Cock or Cockerel (State colour)
27.   Old English Game Any other Colour Hen or Pullet (State colour)
28.   Indian Game Cock or Cockerel (AC)
29.   Indian Game Hen or Pullet (AC)
30.   Malay Game Cock or Cockerel (AC)
31.   Malay Game Hen or Pullet (AC)
32.   Pitt Game Cock or Cockerel (AC)
33.   Pitt Game Hen or Pullet (AC)
34.   Any other variety Game Cock or Cockerel (State variety)
35.   Any other variety Game Hen or Pullet (State variety)
36.   Game Breeding Pair.

                           SoFT FEAThEr bAnTAMS

37.   Australorp Cock or Cockerel
38.   Australorp Hen or Pullet
39.   Ancona Cock or Cockerel
40.   Ancona Hen or Pullet
41.   Langshang Cock or Cockerel (AC)
42.   Langshang Hen or Pullet (AC)
43.   Leghorn Cock or Cockerel (AC)
44.   Leghorn Hen or Pullet (AC)
45.   Pekin Cock or Cockerel (AC)
46.   Pekin Hen or Pullet (AC)
47.   Sussex Cock or Cockerel (AC)
48.   Sussex Hen or Pullet (AC)
49.   Any other variety Cock or Cockerel (State variety)
50.   Any other variety Hen or Pullet (State variety)
51.   Soft Feather Bantam Breeding Pair.

                           hArd FEAThEr bAnTAMS

52.   Old English Game Black Red Cock or Cockerel (Light Leg)
53.   Old English Game Black Tail Wheaten Hen or Pullet (Light Leg)
54.   Old English Game Black Red Cock or Cockerel (Dark Leg)
55.   Old English Game Partridge Hen or Pullet (Dark Leg)
56.   Old English Game Blue Red Cock or Cockerel
57.   Old English Game Blue Red Hen or Pullet
58.   Old English Game Blue Tail Hen or Pullet
59.   Old English Game Spangle Cock or Cockerel
60.   Old English Game Spangle Hen or Pullet
61.   Old English Game Brown Red Cock or Cockerel
62.   Old English Game Brown Red Hen or Pullet
63.   Old English Game Duckwing Cock or Cockerel (AC)
64.   Old English Game Duckwing Hen or Pullet (AC)
65.   Old English Game Ginger Cock or Cockerel




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66.   Old English Game Ginger Hen or Pullet
67.   Old English Game Pile Cock or Cockerel
68.   Old English Pile Hen or Pullet
69.   Old English Cock or Cockerel (AOC) State colour
70.   Old English Hen or Pullet (AOC) State colour
71.   Modem Game Cock or Cockerel (AC) State colour
72.   Modem Game Hen or Pullet (AC) State colour
73.   Indian Game Cock or Cockerel (AC) State colour
74.   Indian Game Hen or Pullet (AC) State colour
75.   Pitt Game Cock or Cockerel
76.   Pitt Game Hen or Pullet
77.   Any other variety Game Cock or Cockerel (State variety)
78.   Any other variety Game Hen or Pullet (State variety)
79.   Hard Feather Bantam Breeding Pair

                                    PAir oF PUllETS

80.   Pair of Pullets any variety

                                    ExhibiTion PAir

81.   Exhibition Pair (Male and Female) any variety




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                                 wATEr Fowl

82.   Muscovy Drake (AC)
83.   Muscovy Duck (AC)
84.   Indian Runner Drake
85.   Indian Runner Duck
86.   Roven Drake
87.   Roven Duck
88.   Bantam (any variety) Drake (Specify)
89.   Bantam (any variety) Duck (Specify)
90.   Any other variety Waterfowl Drake (Specify)
91.   Any other variety Waterfowl Duck (Specify)

                                    AwArdS

      GRAND CHAMPION BIRD OF SHOW.
      Trophy and Ribbon.
      RESERvE CHAMPION BIRD OF SHOW
      Trophy and Ribbon.
      CHAMPION & RESERvE CHAMPION LARGE SOFT FEATHER
      Trophy and Ribbon
      CHAMPION & RESERvE CHAMPION LARGE HARD FEATHER
      Trophy and Ribbon
      CHAMPION & RESERvE CHAMPION BANTAM SOFT FEATHER
      Trophy and Ribbon
      CHAMPION & RESERvE CHAMPION BANTAM HARD FEATHER
      Trophy and Ribbon
      CHAMPION & RESERvE CHAMPION BREEDING PAIR
      Trophy and Ribbon
      CHAMPION & RESERvE CHAMPION PAIR PuLLETS
      Trophy and Ribbon
      CHAMPION & RESERvE CHAMPION ExHIBITION PAIR
      Trophy and Ribbon
      CHAMPION & RESERvE CHAMPION WATERFOWL
      Trophy and Ribbon
      MOST SuCCESSFuL ExHIBITOR
      Trophy and Ribbon




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          SECTion 11 – AgriCUlTUrE
                              FiEld whEAT CoMPETiTion
                     Proudly Sponsored by Syngenta Crop Protection
•   Entries are to consist of 10 hectares of any recognized commercial wheat variety in an
    advanced stage of growth. Entry should be any commercial bread making variety than
    can be delivered to wheat boards (depots) without dockage of variety.
•   The entry should be regular in shape, clearly defined by pegs and in one block.
•   One entry per farm will be accepted into final two places in each zone.
•   It would be appreciated if the area to be judged be rectangular and running parallel to a
    fence line or natural line of demarcation. (e.g. Creek, road etc.)
•   Each plot will command an entry fee.
The competition is divided into six zones.
zone 1- Crops grown west of Bungunya-Westmar Road, north of Barwon Highway
        to Talwood and west of Boomi-Talwood Rd to the western boundary of the
        Goondiwindi Regional Council area.
zone 2- Crops grown east of the Bungunya-Westmar Rd, south of the Barwon Highway to
        Talwood and east of the Boomi-Talwood Rd, and to the west of the South Toobeah
        Rds, west of the North Toobeah/Minnel Rds and west of the Lundavra Rd.
zone 3- Crops grown east of both the North Toobeah/Minnel & South Toobeah Rds and
        east of the Lundavra Rd to west of the Leichhardt Highway, and north of the Mt
        Carmel Rd and west of the Yagaburne-Boondandilla Rd to the northern boundary
        of the Goondiwindi Regional Council area.
zone 4- Crops grown east of the Leichhardt Highway, south of the Mt Carmel Rd, and east
        of the Yagaburne-Boondandilla Rd to the western side of the Merton Rd and the
        Yelarbon-Keetah Rd.
zone 5- Crops grown within an 80km radius of the Goondiwindi Post Office east of the
        Newell Highway.
zone 6- Crops grown within an 80km radius of the Goondiwindi Post Office west of the
        Newell Highway.
JuDGING will be carried out as determined by the stewards.
AWARDS: Champion crop of the district “The John woods Memorial Trophy” plus
Memento. Added prizes for champion and reserve champion crops, and the winners of each
zone will receive a prize donated by Syngenta.
                            FiEld SorghUM CoMPETiTion
                       Sponsored by Pacific Seeds & Pioneer Seeds.
Entries are to consist of 10 hectares of any commercial variety of Hybrid grain sorghum in an
                                  advanced stage of growth.
Where large paddocks are concerned, the entry must be regular in shape and clearly defined
by pegs.
• Entries must be within the Goondiwindi Regional Council OR a radius of 80km’s from the
    Goondiwindi Post Office.
• Judging will be carried as determined by the stewards.
• AWARDS: Society ribbons for Champion and Reserve Champion Crops and sponsors prizes.
The Competition is divided into two zones:
zonE 1: Queensland.
zonE 2: New South Wales.
The “rod Cameron Memorial Trophy” Presented by the Cameron family is awarded to
the Champion crop (Judged between the winner of one 1 and zone 2) and the reserve
champion is awarded the reserve Champion.
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     FiEld whEAT CoMPETiTion
                              2009 rESUlTS
The Grand Champion Wheat Crop for the 2009 Goondiwindi P&A Society Field Wheat
Competition was Sunzell variety, grown by Geoff, Mary and David Woods from “Coorangy”,
Toobeah.
This competition was again proudly sponsored by Syngenta Crop Protection. Local company
representative Mal Wood said “This is a valued local competition steeped in tradition that has
run for more than 25 years, and we are proud of our association with it”.
•   Grand Champion Wheat Crop and winner of the John Woods Memorial Trophy and
    winner of Zone Two –
    o Geoff, Mary and David Woods, Southern Border Partnership “Coorangy” Toobeah with
      Sunzell wheat.

•   Reserve Champion Wheat Crop, winner of the Salisbury Family Trophy and winner of
    Zone One –
    o Ray and Ann Marie Paton, CM & MA Clark Pty Ltd, “Sherwood” Bungunya with Baxter
      wheat.

•   Zone Three Winner –
    o David and Annie Beare, DC & AC Beare, “Portreath” Billa Billa with Baxter wheat.

•   Zone Four Winner –
    o Paul, Elana and Heath McNulty, Wondalli Partnership, “Wondalli” Yelarbon with
      Strzelecki wheat.

•   Zone Five Winner –
    o victor Doolin, Doolin Farming “Yetman West” North Star with the ever-impressive
      ventura wheat.

•   Zone Six Winner –
    o Bill Carrigan & Sons, Carrigan Farming, “Sunnyridge” Boomi with a solid crop of
      ventura wheat.

•   Highly Commended –
    o Bill & Andrew Yates, WG Yates & Co, “Amondale” Garah with the highest predicted
      yield of the 2009 competition of around 4.67T/Ha for their EGA Gregory wheat.




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     FiEld whEAT CoMPETiTion
                                           2009
25 crops were entered in this year’s competition. Judges said the quality of the crops judged
was of a high standard, particularly considering the tough growing season many contestants
had seen this year.
It took judges four-and-a-half days and 1250 kilometres driving across the six new zones,
from Yelarbon to Tulloona then Garah, Pipeclay to Yetman and Croppa Creek to inspect the
25 competing crops. Wheat varieties entered included Baxter, Sunbri, EGA Gregory, EGA
Wylie, Sunvex, Strzelecki, ventura and Sunzell
Final yields however are not the main criterion for the judges with many other factors
to consider, including crop rotation, nutrition, disease control, weed control, water use
efficiency, grain weight, grain quality and yield.
The annual yardstick against which crops are measured is 30% yield, 30% water use
efficiency and 40% management.
Judges commended the Grand Champion’s almost flawless and faultless crop with a total
of 98.5 points out of a possible 100. For the record, the Grand Champion Sunzell crop was
planted on 30 April 2009 at 42kg/ha with a Janke universal Direct Drill planter at 10cm (4”)
deep on 25cm row spacing, with 30kg/ha MAP fertiliser into ground out of chickpeas in 2008.
The crop required broadleaf weed control only, with herbicides applied in late June and a
single fungicide application for stripe rust prevention as well.




                       Below: Geoff and David Woods, “Coorangy” Toobeah.




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                SECTion 12 - ProdUCE
                          STEWARD: Jeff Nixon. Phone (02) 6754 5288
Trophy donated by COTTON GROWER SERvICES for a Champion Exhibit in Produce
Section Trophy donated by BORDER PuMPS & SPRAYS to the most successful exhibitor in
the Produce Section.
Trophy donated by NORTH WEST SEED PRODuCERS for sample wheat, Queensland Prime
Hard variety.
Items for entry will be received by the Stewards on Thursday, April 29th, 1.00pm - 4.00pm and
till 9 a.m. Friday 30th April, 2010, at the McColl Pavilion.
Exhibitors wishing to take home their own produce may collect it after 6 p.m. on Saturday, May
1st. Entry Fee - Gold Coin Donation per Exhibitor. Classes include the following:
Class
      1.     ONE BALE OF PASTuRE HAY.
      2.     SAMPLE WHEAT, Queensland Prime Hard variety.
      3.     SAMPLE WHEAT, not eligible in class 2.
      4.     SAMPLE OATS, any variety.
      5.     SAMPLE GRAIN SORGHuM, any variety.
      6.     SAMPLE OF ANY OTHER GRAIN.
      7.     SAMPLE OF ANY GRAIN LEGuME.
      8.     SAMPLE OF ANY PASTuRE SEED.
      9.     SAMPLE OF ANY BARLEY SEED.
      10. OLD PHOTOGRAPH (Agricultural) OR OLD PIECE OF FARM EQuIPMENT
             FOR DISPLAY. Trophy donated by Michael Castor & Associates.




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 SECTion 13 – FrUiT & VEgETAblES
                   CHIEF STEWARD – Robert Hobson (Phone 46711061)
                               Steward – Tim Coupe
Entries will be received by the Stewards from 1 pm to 5.30 pm on Thursday and between 8
am to 9.30 am Friday.
under no circumstances will exhibits be received after 9.30 am Friday.
Presentation of trophies and prize money will be at 2.30 pm Saturday.
Entries MUST be collected between 4 pm and 5 pm Saturday. Any produce left after 5 pm
will be sold and proceeds held by the P. & A. Society.
Entry Fee – 50c per entry, all classes.
Prize money – First $3, Second $1.
Class
    1.    PLATE OF LEMONS (4)
    2.    PLATE OF ORANGES (4)
    3.    PLATE OF MANDARINES (4)
    4.    PLATE OF LIMES (4)
    5.    PLATE OF GRAPEFRuIT (4)
    6.    PLATE OF ANY OTHER CITRuS
    7.    PLATE OF ANY NuTS
    8.    PuMPKIN – Queensland Blue
    9.    PuMPKIN – Jap
    10.   PuMPKIN – Butternut
    11.   PuMPKIN – any other variety
    13.   MARROW or SQuASH
    14.   CHOKOS
    15.   ANY ROOT vEGETABLE
    16.   PLATE OF BEANS OR PEAS
    17.   ANY OTHER GREEN vEGETABLE (ie. Lettuce, Cabbage etc.)
    18.   ANY OTHER vEGETABLE
    19.   ONE DOZEN EGGS
    20.   BEST JuNIOR ENTRY, ANY FRuIT OR vEGETABLE
          Prize donated by graham and rosalie Mills
    21.   TRAY OF ASSSORTED FRuIT AND vEGETABLES
          Prize donated by SPECiAliSEd FArM MAChinEry
    22.   LARGEST CATTLE PuMPKIN (Measured round it’s circumference)
          Prize donated by rob and barbie hobson
          CHAMPION ExHIBIT from Classes 1 to 19, prize donated by bi-lo

    PRIZE FOR MOST SuCCESSFuL ExHIBITOR, donated by goondiwindi Co-oP
                               SoCiETy

     wE ACKnowlEdgE And ThAnK All PrizE giVErS For ThEir SUPPorT




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             women’s Auxiliary
            President’s Message.
Welcome to the Goondiwindi show for 2010.


The Goondiwindi Show for 2010 is looking to be another busy 2 days of activities. With the
show being host of the 2010 State sheep show and the Murray Grey Stud cattle feature
show, it is looking to be a great time for all.

The Molly Makim pavilion is going to follow the theme of Sheep and Wool this year. This will
make some interesting viewing as each section has added a new class to cover this theme.
The shop windows are also following along this theme as well. Breville have kindly donated a
great prize for these new classes.

Margot’s coffee shop will again be operating this year for all those who as looking for a treat
and a place to rest for a moment. It is guaranteed to tempt any tastebuds.

Once again the fashion parades presented by the local fashion house will be held in the
Jackson pavilion. There will also be plenty of free entertainment for the children.

The pavilions will also be until 6.00p.m. As this is proving very popular with all patrons.

I would also like to thank all the sponsors, business houses and all who support the
Goondiwindi Show every year and this helps to make it one of the better regional shows for
the year.


Lastly I would like to wish the new President of the Show Committee, Sandie Henderson,
and all the best with her next three years in this position.

Looking forward to another busy 2010 Goondiwindi Show.


Rosemary Durkin.




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                              goondiwindi P. & A.
                           woMEn’S AUxiliAry 2008 - 2009
                   President: rose durkin                  Phone 46 75 1178
                   Vice President: gloria Cory             Phone 46 76 3108
                   Secretary: Marianne McMillan            Phone 46 76 1287
                   Treasurer: Marilyn Uebergang            Phone 46 76 2181
                   Publicity Officer: Marianne McMillan    Phone 46 76 1287
Committee: Mesdames Rose Durkin,Sandie Henderson, Nola Jackson, Marianne McMillan,
Aileen Russell, Jean McMillan, Joan Elder, Binnie Donovan, Helen Dimond, Jill Gloster, Kate
McMaster, Mary Gurner, Marg. Bowman, Barbara Donovan, Julie Duddy, Marion Marshall,
Leon Jackson, Gerda Holcombe, Kaye McColl, Lenore Hohn, Glenda Rival, Colleen
Gillece, Gillann Savill, Bettina McClymont, Kate Sandow, Donna Spink, Margot Armstrong,
Shirley Brook, Claudia Carrigan, Gloria Cory, Brenda McColl, Doris Chambers, Jan Waller,
Lisa Sylvester, Anne-Marie Paton, Elaine Fairweather, Lisa Lloyd, Lorraine Ford, Michelle
Sehmish Lahey, Jill Tonkin, Nancy Griffiths, Robyn Elsey, Janelle Stehr, Marilyn Uebergang,
Ruth Brown, Natalie Carrigan, Mandie O’Shea, Shirley Carrigan, Margot Johnstone, vicki
Murphy and Di Selby.
Chief Stewards:
youth Exhibits           leanna Fisher                  0412 783 226
Visual Arts              natalie woods                  46 71 1775
Photography              Mandie o’Shea                  46 71 4822
Flowers                  gloria Cory                    46 76 3108
Crochet & Knitting       Michelle Sehmish-lahey         46 75 4182
Cookery & Preserves      Marianne McMillan              46 76 1287
needlework               rose durkin                    46 75 1178
handicrafts              natalie Carrigan               (02) 67 53 5234
Shop window              nola Jackson                   46 71 4939
Collector”s Corner       bettina McClymont              46 75 4187
natural Fibres           Claudia Carrigan               (02) 67 53 5230


       TroPhy For grAnd ChAMPion ArTiClE oF Molly MAKiM PAVilion
                     donated by david and nola Jackson
              goondiwindi P. & A. Society gunya Crafts Perpetual Trophy
             Encouragement Award Knitting, handicrafts and needlework.

                            The breville group Trophy
                    Champion item involving Sheep & wool Theme

                            The breville group Trophy
                reserve Champion item involving Sheep & wool Theme

                           The breville group Trophy
            Encouragement Award for item involving Sheep & wool Theme

 To be chosen from special classes in Photography, handicrafts, Flowers, Crochet &
  Knitting, Cookery & Preserves, needlework, Collector’s Corner and Shop window.
                    Judging to be completed on Friday afternoon.



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       SECTion 14 - yoUTh ExhibiTS
          STEWARDS: Mrs D. Spink, Mrs L. Fisher 0412 783 226, Lisa Phillips.

                                gEnErAl CondiTionS
1. Individual competing Schools will select their OWN THEME for the Youth Pavilion
   for 2010.
2. Each school will be allocated space proportional to the school population. Schools
   will be notified of the size of their display area early in 2010.
3. Displays must be erected on Wednesday 28th April 2010, between 9.00am and
   5pm unless prior arrangements have been made with one of the stewards.
4. Judging of the displays will take place in the pavilion on Thursday 29th April
   2010. (no-one will be allowed in the pavilion during judging).
5. Displays may be dismantled after 6.00pm on Saturday 1st May 2010.
   Arrangements to dismantle work at another time must be made with one of the
   stewards.
6. All care but no responsibility will be taken with all entries.
7. The Judges decision is final and no discussion will be entered into.

                                   TroPhiES
In 2010 there will be a Perpetual Trophy and Ist Place Prize money along with 2nd
and 3rd Place prize money awarded to the winning schools in each of the following
Divisions:


                   diViSion A - One and Two Teacher Schools
               1st - Maclntyre Growers Cotton Growers Association
                               Trophy and $200.00
                                  2nd - $100.00
                                   3rd - $50.00

               diViSion b - Schools with more that Two Teachers
             1st - Westpac Banking Corporation Trophy and $200.00
                                 2nd - $100.00
                                  3rd - $50.00

                diViSion C - Kindergarten and Child Care Centres
                           1st - Trophy and $200.00
                                 2nd - $100.00
                                  3rd - $50.00

A perpetual trophy and $100 for Anne McColl Memorial Trophy by any Exhibiting
School (Donated by Laird McColl)
Prize money in 2010 donated by: Kenway and Clark, Border Builders and Plumbers
Supplies, Border veterinary Clinic, Brennan’s Welding and Steel Fabrication, Brian
and Julie Duddy, Goondiwindi Memorial Club, MacIntyre valley Cotton Growers
Association, MacPherson Agricultural Consultants, K & J Phillips, MFG Shaw &
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Associates, Tait Motors, Taylor Farming, Insight Business & Financial Services,
Wrapped, J.W. Ross Plumbing.

Competition Criteria
1. A competition display based on the theme chosed by the indivdual school.
2. Each school can only compete in one division
3. Judges will award points for: Standard of work: neatness adn presentation:
   imaginative use of the theme; inclusion of compulsory and optional sections;
   general overall impression.
4. The display MuST include a Display Guide including:
   School Name
   Application division
   Theme
   An indication of work not compiled and presented by children
   Which class (level) completed each section




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                        SECTion 15 - ArT
                          STEWARD: Natalie Woods 46 71 1775
                     ENTRIES CLOSE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 2010
All freighted works to be consigned to one of these Goondiwindi Depots:
Crisp’s Bus Depot, McLean Street, Goondiwindi, Landmark, 83 Marshall Street,
Goondiwindi Railway Station, Caltex Service Station, Old Cunningham Highway , by
Wednesday, April 21, 2010.
Hand deliveries may be left at the visual Arts Pavilion, Showgrounds between 9 a.m. and 12
noon, Thursday, April 22, 2010.
All entry fees and correspondence TO THE Secretary, PO Box 52, Goondiwindi, 4390.
Telephone (07) 4671 2087. Please make cheques payable to Goondiwindi P. & A. Society.
                              NO LATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED.
Entry forms available at Secretary’s Office, Fairway Studios or web site www.users.bigpond.
com/artsgoondiwindi.
                     Visual Arts Cocktail Party and Official Opening
                               Thursday, April 29, 6.30p.m.
Prize winning entries will be announced at the function. Tickets may be purchased at the door.
Exhibition to be held at the visual Arts Pavilion, Showgrounds.
                                    SECTion 1 – oPEn
Entry Fee $8.25 per work. (Any subject, any medium). 1st $1,000 2nd $100
                                   SECTion 2 – loCAl
Entry Fee $$5.50 per work. 1st $200. Please indicate on entry form.
                              SECTion 3 – wATErColoUr
Entry Fee $5.50 per work. 1st $200
                          SECTion 4 – drAwing And grAPhiCS
Entry Fee: $5.50 per work (using predominantly drawing techniques). Works may be framed
or mounted on Bainbridge Board, ready to hang. 1st $200
                                    SECTion 5 – PrinT
Entry Fee: $5.50 per work. Works wholly or partly comprising any method of print making.
Works may be mounted on Bainbridge Board, or mounted, ready to hang. 1st $200
                               SECTion 6 – TrAdiTionAl
Entry Fee: $5.50 per work. (Any Medium). Traditional painting in the purest sense.
Impressionist or contemporary will not be accepted in this class. 1st $200
                                SECTion 7 – MiniATUrE
Entry Fee: $5.50 per work. (Any subject, any medium). Actual work to measure no more than
10cm square (frame may be any size). 1st $200
                          SECTion 8 – rEAl liFE, hUMAn ForM.
Entry Fee: $5.50 per work. (Any subject, any medium, any technique). 1st $200
                                 SECTion 9 – 3d – oPEn
Entry Fee: $5.50 per work. (Any medium or technique) 1st $200
                                  SECTion 10 – noViCE
Novice Prize in this Section $150 Works (by artists who have not won a first prize)
                                     UndEr 18 yEArS
                                SECTion 11 – PAinTing
Entry Fee: $2.20 per work. (Any Medium). Works must be framed or mounted ready to hang.
1st $30.00 2nd $10.00
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                       SECTion 12 – drAwing And grAPhiCS
Entry Fee: $2.20 per work. Works must be framed or mounted ready to hang.
1st $30.00 2nd $10.00
                                  SECTion 13 – 3d
Entry Fee: $2.20 per work. (Any medium or technique) 1st $30.00 2nd $10.00
                        JUnior – 12 yEArS & UndEr
               PrizEwinnErS only ExhibiTEd on oPEning nighT
                               SECTion 14 – PAinTing
Entry Fee: $2.20 per work. Works must be framed or mounted, ready to hang.
1st $30.00 2nd $10.00
                        SECTion 15 – drAwing & grAPhiCS
Entry Fee: $2.20 per work. Works must be framed or mounted, ready to hang.
 1st $30.00 2nd $10.00
                            SECTion 16 – PrinT MAKing
Entry Fee: $2.20 per work. Works must be frame or mounted, ready to hang.
1st $30.00 2nd $10.00
                           SECTion 17 – CoMTEMPorAry
Entry Fee: $2.20 per work. Works must be framed or mounted, ready to hang.
1st $30.00 2nd $10.00
                            SECTion 18 – TrAdiTionAl
Entry Fee: $2.20 per work. Works must be framed or mounted, ready to hang.
1st $30.00 2nd $10.00
                                  SECTion 19 – 3d
Entry Fee: $2.20 per work. Works must be framed or mounted, ready to hang.
1st $30.00 2nd $10.00
                                ACQUiSiTion PrizES
                      Ag FAb ACQUiSiTion PrizE $3,000
         Chosen from Sections 1 – 10. A work to the value of $3750 eligible.
          goondiwindi rEgionAl CoUnCil ACQUiSiTion PrizE $2,000
         Chosen from Sections 1 – 10. A work to the value of $2500 eligible.
                 ThE Fox & ThoMAS ACQUiSiTion PrizE $1350
         Chosen from Sections 1 – 10. A work to the value of $1800 eligible.
         ThE goondiwindi MEdiCAl CEnTrE ACQUiSiTion PrizE $1100
         Chosen from Sections 1 – 10. A work to the value of $1375 eligible.
             CAMPbEll’S FUEl SErViCE ACQUiSiTion PrizE $1000
         Chosen from Sections 1 – 10. A work to the value of $1250 eligible.
              ThE AllEnS PhArMACy ACQUiSiTion PrizE $1000
         Chosen from Sections 1 – 10. A work to the value of $1250 eligible.
            ThE nAMoi CoTTon AUSTrAliA ACQUiSiTion PrizE $750
          Chosen from Sections 1 – 10. A work to the value of $950 eligible.
                   ThE STonE AMoS ACQUiSiTion PrizE $750
          Chosen from Sections 1 – 10. A work to the value of $950 eligible.
                    ThE ToTAl Ag. ACQUiSiTion PrizE $750
          Chosen from Sections 1 – 10. A work to the value of $950 eligible.
                  ThE CrESSy CliniC ACQUiSiTion PrizE $750
          Chosen from Sections 1 – 10. A work to the value of $950 eligible.
                         ConTEMPorAry ArT PrizE $300
                           Chosen from Sections 1 – 10.
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                             ThE ArgUS PACKErS PrizE $250
                             Chosen by the Packing Committee.
             ThE FAirwAy STUdioS JUnior ArT AwArd $200 Voucher
                         Chosen from Sections 11 – 19
                                        SECTion PrizES
              wilSon FArMing PrinT PrizE. 1st Prize Section 5 $250.
   bordEr AEriAl drAwing And grAPhiC PrizE. 1st Prize Section 4 $200
ThE bob And doriS ChAMbErS TrAdionAl PAinTing PrizE. 1st Prize Section 6
                       $100 Major Contributor.
         nUTMEg hoME bEST noViCE ArTiST. 1st Prize Section 10 $250
                                              3d
                                   1st Prize Section 9 $200
           ThE ST. MAry’S JUnior ArT AwArd - SECTionS 13 And 14
          Two $50 Vouchers for Art Materials and Supplies. Section 11 – 14
                       MAriST broThErS CollEgE ArT PrizES
                         3 x $50. Chosen from Sections 11 - 13
                                 STUArTholME ArT PrizE
                               $50 Chosen from Sections 11 – 13
                    ST. PETEr’S lUThErAn CollEgE ArT PrizES
                         3 x $100. Chosen from Sections 11 – 13
                    ThE briSbAnE grAMMAr SChool ArT PrizE
                         3 x $150. Chosen from Sections 11 - 19

                                      CondiTionS oF EnTry
  1.     All entry forms, together with entry fees, and return freight (if applicable) to be sent to the
         Steward, to arrive before Wednesday, April 14. No late entries will be accepted.
  2.     Works must arrive in Goondiwindi by Wednesday, April 21. Local works will be accepted at the
         Showgrounds on Thursday, April 22, between 9 a.m.-12 noon. Late entries will not be hung.
  3.     Each competitive entry must be the original work of the entrant. Entries must not have been
         exhibited previously in the Goondiwindi Show.
  4.     A commission of 27.5% will be charged for each sold work in all classes. Tax invoices will be
         supplied to the artist.
  5.     Each entry must be clearly marked on the back with section, competitor’s name and address,
         title and sale price or NFS.
  6.     All works except 3D must be presented ready to hang. Badly framed works will not be hung.
         Stewards reserve the right to hang works in a section other than that designated by the
         artist if such works do not comply with the requirements for such section or withdraw works
         unconditionally.
  7.     All expenses in conjunction with forwarding, packing, returning and insurance of entries shall
         be borne by the competitor. The Goondiwindi P. & A. Society accepts no liability for loss or
         damage.
  8.     Competitors shall allow their work to be reproduced for newspaper, television and website.
  9.     No entries shall be removed from the Exhibition until after 6.00 p.m. on Saturday, May 1, 2010.
         No entries are to be removed from walls without the Steward’s consent.
  10.    Judge’s decision is final.
  11.    No entry fee will be refunded for undisplayed works.
  1 2.   A maximum of 8 works per Artist applies.
  13.    Acquisition prizemonies can be withdrawn under conditions of the Acquisition.
         As the Goondiwindi P & A Society is GST registered the following conditions will apply:
  14.    All entry fees are GST exclusive. No invoice will be provided by the organisers unless the total
         entry fee exceeds $50.
  15.    All prizes are GST exclusive. If you are GST Registered and win a prize or acquisition prize
         the 10% GST component will be added to the value of the prize or acquisition. You must then
         provide the P & A Society with a tax invoice.
  16.    All non registered artists must provide the organiser with a declaration stating they are not ‘in
         business’ in order to receive full payment of any prize or sale value.
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        SECTion 16 – PhoTogrAPhy
                         Contact: Mandie O’Shea (07) 4671 4822
                EnTry ForMS, FEES & PoSTEd PhoToS CloSE 5pm,
                            wEdnESdAy 14 APril 2010.
                       late Entry Forms will not be accepted.
Completed Entry Forms, together with entry fees, posted photos and return postage/
envelope (if applicable):
Post to: Mrs Mandie O’Shea, PO Box 173, Goondiwindi 4390. Cheques payable to:
Goondiwindi P&A Society.
Hand Delivered Photos can be left at Fairway Studios up until 5pm, Wednesday 21 April
2010, or delivered to the McColl Show Pavilion between 9am-12 noon on Thursday 22 April,
2010. No photos will be accepted after 12 noon, Thursday, 22 April 2010.
                                    Fee: $2.00 per entry
                           A maximum of 8 entries per artist applies
Entry forms available at P&A Secretary’s Office, Fairways Studio, Callandoon Studio,
Allen’s Pharmacy, Goondiwindi District Promotions or on website www.sharesomething.net/
arts Please note closing dates for entry forms, payment and delivery of works. no lATE
EnTriES will bE ACCEPTEd.
                                       SECTIONS
1. SPiriT oF goondiwindi rEgion
    Sponsored and chosen by Border Rivers Chamber of Commerce. (Refer No.7,
    Conditions of Entry) Images capturing the essence of Goondiwindi and District. - 3
    prizes of $100 each
2. lAndSCAPES & wATErSCAPES
    Land and water scenes. Minimum Prize values: 1st $70, 2nd $30
3. ACTion
    Photos showing action/movement. Minimum Prize values: 1st $70, 2nd $30
4. MonoChroME/blACK & whiTE
    One colour/B&W/Sepia. Minimum Prize values: 1st $70, 2nd $30
5. PorTrAiT
    Individual or group. Minimum Prize values: 1st $70, 2nd $30
6. A PiCTUrE TEllS A ThoUSAnd wordS
    A photograph telling a story. Any subject. Minimum Prize values: 1st $70, 2nd $30
7. TrAVEl
    Places, people, culture. Minimum Prize values: 1st $70, 2nd $30
8. FlorA
    Plants/flowers/trees etc. Minimum Prize values: 1st $70, 2nd $30
9. AniMAlS & PETS
    Animal/pet photos. Min Prize values: 1st $70, 2nd $30
10. CrEATiVE iMAging
    Extraordinary creativity and/or image manipulation.
    Minimum Prize values: 1st $70, 2nd $30
11. oPEn SECTion
    Any subject. Minimum Prize values: 1st $70, 2nd $30
12. PriMAry hoT ShoTS (JUnior)
    12 Yrs and under. Any subject. Minimum Prize values: 1st $30, 2nd $15
13. TEEn hoT ShoTS (JUnior)
    13-17 Yrs. Any subject. Minimum Prize values: 1st $30, 2nd $15

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14. CrEATiVE iMAging (JUnior)
    17 years and Under. Any subject.
    Extraordinary creativity and/or image manipulation.
    Minimum Prize values: 1st $30, 2nd $15
                                           AwArdS
                       grAnd ChAMPion PhoTo - $100 & Ribbon
         Can be chosen from any section. Donated by Goondiwindi Photography Club.
                            ChAMPion PhoTo - $50 & Ribbon
                              Can be chosen from any section.
                       Donated by C. Savill in memory of his wife Helen.
                            JUnior grAnd ChAMPion PhoTo
                               Can be chosen from any section.
            Exhibitor must be 17 years of age or under. Donated by Gail Rixon $50
                            JUnior EnCoUrAgEMEnT AwArd
                             Can be chosen from any section. $25
                           Exhibitor must be 17 years of age or under.
                             loCAl EnCoUrAgEMEnT AwArdS
    Limited to photographers who live within Goondiwindi Regional Council boundaries. OR
                    within an 80km radius of Goondiwindi, if a NSW resident.
                           Donated by Goondiwindi Regional Council.
                                        3 Prizes of $100
                                  brEVillE groUP TroPhy
      Chosen from several craft and art sections. Photos with a sheep or wool theme will be
    considered to receive a trophy from the Breville Group in support of the Queensland State
                                 Sheep and Wool Show of 2010
                                        ACQUiSiTionS
          All photos (Sections 1-14) may be considered for all Acquisition Awards
                                 unless marked otherwise.
           Winning entries become the property of the sponsor to use how they wish.
                       Major Acquisition Awards: 1st $300, 2nd $100
                               (Refer No.7, Conditions of Entry)
                              to be chosen from Sections 1-14
                                         Sponsored by




                                   Other Acquisitions:
                                A b Flood AwArd $100
                            hAyES SPrAying AwArd $100
                       ChESTErFiEld goondiwindi AwArd $100
                     obJECTiVE liVESToCK MArKETing AwArd $100
                             ViCToriA hoTEl AwArd $100
CondiTionS oF EnTry – PlEASE rEAdy CArEFUlly
1     All entrants must COMPLETE and SIGN the Entry Form. All photos MuST have a Title.
      Incomplete Entry Forms cannot be processed.
2     All photos must be printed on photographic paper. All photos, (except Juniors) must be

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   printed 8” x 10” (20cm x 25cm) or 8” x 12” with secure matts/mounting boards no larger
   than 11” x 14” (28cm x 36cm). Juniors photos may be 7” x 5” (13cm x 17cm) or 6” x 8”
   (15cm x 20cm), with a standard size matt/mounting board. No frames, glass or staples
   will be accepted.
3 Each photo must be clearly marked on the back with Section, Photo Title, Entrant’s
   Name, Address and Sale Price or NFS (prices will not be negotiated on entrant’s behalf).
4 All photos must be the original work of the entrant and been taken in the past three
   years. Photos must not have been previously exhibited in Goondiwindi Show
   Photography Section.
5 Stewards reserve the right not to hang photos if they do not comply with the Conditions
   of Entry. No entry fees will be refunded for photos not hung.
6 Stewards reserve the right to move photo/s to a different section, in accordance with
   subject descriptions provided for each section.
7 All photos entered in Section 1 (Spirit of Goondiwindi Region), and/or are eligible for
   Argus Acquisition Awards, must be no less than 300dpi. Winners must supply a copy of
   their image to BRCC/ Gundy Argus, on CD, saved in jpeg format. Winners must agree
   for their work to be reproduced for promotional purposes by the sponsors. All winning
   photos will become sponsor’s property. Winners of Section 1 (Spirit of Goondiwindi
   Region), must sign a BRCC Media Release Form prior to receiving their prize. Entrant/s
   retain copyright of their photo image/s.
8 Competitors shall allow their work to be reproduced for newspaper, television, website
   and promotional purposes.
9 Judge’s decision will be final. Prizes will be awarded in the form of cash, items or
   vouchers according to the value shown for each section. Prizes donated in the form of
   vouchers are NOT transferable to cash. A commission of 15% + GST will be charged for
   each work sold in all sections.
10 All expenses in conjunction with forwarding, packing, returning and insurance of photos
   shall be borne by the competitor. The Goondiwindi P&A Society accepts no liability for
   loss or damage.
11 PHOTOS CAN BE COLLECTED between 6pm -7pm on Saturday 1 May 2010 at
   Show Pavilion. No photos are to be removed from walls without Steward’s consent.
   Photos not collected on Show Saturday will, (after a period of 8 days), be left at the
   Showgrounds, P&A Secretary’s Office, for collection on Tuesdays between 10am-5pm or
   by contacting the Secretary’s Office (Ph: 07-4671 2087) to arrange alternate collection
   time. uncollected photos will be destroyed after six months.


         The Photography Section would like to thank the following sponsors
             and donors of Special Awards and Prizes for their support:
Goondiwindi Argus,                               AB Flood, Chesterfield Goondiwindi,
Goondiwindi Regional Council,                    Objective Livestock Marketing,
Border Rivers Chamber of Commerce,               Hayes Spraying, victoria Hotel,
Fairway Studios,                                 Goondiwindi Photography Club,
Goondiwindi Hydraulics,                          Goondiwindi Pet Shop and Saddlery,
Ian and Debbie Thompson,                         Gail Rixon, Colin Savill, Morris Pastoral Co,
Roberson’s Accounting Services,                  Tony McLaughlin Mechanical, Tyre Power,
Specialised Farm Machinery,                      O’Shea’s Bi-Rite Electrical, Macintyre Wool,
Capel Turf Pty Ltd,                              Mann’s Crane Hire, Allen’s Pharmacy.
Callandoon Studios,


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                 SECTion 17 - FlowErS
    ThE FlowEr PAVilion iS ProUdly SPonSorEd by lEiChhArdT gArdEn
                       CEnTrE ( leon and Jan billing) in 2010
 n.b. There will no longer be entry fees or prize money in any sections of the Flower
                                        Pavilion.
 Trophies are awarded as per schedule.The Flower Pavilion is most grateful to all our
                                       sponsors.
                      oFFiCiAl : gloria Cory      Phone (07)46763108
 Stewards: Di Selby, J.Gloster,, H.Dimond, N.Griffiths ,R.Lucas, B.Coulton , M McIntosh,,
                                        v.Murphy
CondiTionS oF EnTry.
Entries in Division A and B to be grown by Exhibitor.
Entries in Division C must have been owned by Exhibitor for a minimum of two (2) months.
Entries received in Flower Pavilion between 11.00a.m. – 4p.m. Thursday 29th April and
7.45a.m. – 9.45a.m.Friday 30th April. Entries close at 9.45 a.m. on Friday 30th April at
the Flower Pavilion.
Please fill out an entry form from the middle of your Show schedule before arriving at the
Flower Pavilion. You will be given a number and class entry cards on arrival at the pavilion
door. The number will be your number for all your entries in 2010 in the Flower Pavilion at
the Goondiwindi Show.
Entry fee for Adult Sections: gold Coin per ExhibiTor --- cards and ribbons for 1st, 2nd
and 3rd.
no entry fee for Juvenile Section ---cards and ribbons for 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Because of public interest in your plants, would exhibitors PLEASE supply names (where
possible) of blooms (particularly roses),and container plants, on the BACK of your entry
ticket which you will receive at the Pavilion entrance.
      Trophies are presented on Saturday afternoon in Flower Pavilion.---at 4p.m
1.   A POT is a round, deep container.
2.   DISTINCT means each bloom must be different.
3.   A CONTAINER is any vessel suitable for holding cut plant material.
4.   AN ARRANGEMENT - any plant material container and/or base arranged in a design
     which follows art principles.
5.   Please supply your own containers (bottles are provided for cut flower divisions ).
6.   PlEASE rEAd ThE SChEdUlE CArEFUlly. Every care will be taken of exhibits but
     no responsibility accepted. Grand Champion Exhibit can only be selected from first place
     winners in that division.
7.   The display in the Flower Pavilion will noT be dismantled until 6 p.m. Saturday 1st
     May, 2010.
8.   Please don’t ask to remove your exhibit before the appointed time. The pavilion will
     be opened between 9a.m. and 10a.m. on Sunday for you to collect your flowers and
     containers or your containers will be left at the Show Office for you to collect.
                                 diViSion A - roSES.
 N.B. One cut of any single bloom should NOT have a bud, but must include some foliage.
 NO WIRING OF BLOOMS IS ALLOWED, BuT OTHER BLOOM SuPPORT PERMITTED.
  Class.
  1.     MOST PERFuMED ROSE—please name—rose can be any variety, at any stage,

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      and purely judged on perfume. Trophy Mr. & Mrs. Ran Mitchell.
2.    ONE RED ROSE Trophy Mrs.B. McIntosh.
3.    ONE PINK ROSE. Trophy in memory of Mavis Blomley.
4.    ONE YELLOW ROSE. Trophy Mrs. Bev Coulton.
5.    ONE ROSE, any other colour or colours but red, pink or yellow. Trophy – Mrs.
      Chris Wild
6.    ONE ROSE bi-colour Trophy Mrs.B.Woods
7.    ROSE IN THREE (3) STAGES ( bud, half open, full bloom, stems in one container,
      need not be originating from one stem).
8.    ONE FuLL BLOWN ROSE. Trophy –the Bell family-in memory of Mrs. Lorna
      Devon
9.    ONE BLOOM OLD FASHIONED TYPE ROSE.
10.   ONE STEM of OLD-FASHIONED ROSE
11.   vASE of OLD-FASHIONED ROSES (3 or more).
12.   ONE STEM of DAvID AuSTIN ROSE
13.   vASE of DAvID AuSTIN ROSES (3 or more) Trophy-Mrs.B.Woods from classes
      9-13
14.   ONE STEM (cut/head) of florabunda rose
15.   ONE STEM (cut/head) of miniature rose Trophy —J&B Whitmee in memory of
      May Whitmee from classes14-16
16.   CONTAINER of florabunda or miniature roses ( 3 or more).
17.   BEST COLLECTION of ROSES ( at least FOuR (4) different colours ) of your
      choice.—Trophy—Aitches Boutique . Foliage MuST be ROSE foliage, preferably
      with enough on each stem without being excessive.
      CHAMPION ROSE. To be chosen from Classes 1-8
      THE FALCON COuRT ROSES PERPETuAL TROPHY – for Champion Rose of
      the Show, donated by D.& L. Leadbetter.
      RESERvE CHAMPION ROSE. Trophy –Mrs Jean Dight .
                           diViSion b – CUT FlowErS.
N.B. One cut of any single bloom should NOT have a bud! NO WIRING OF BLOOMS
                 ALLOWED, BuT OTHER SuPPORT PERMITTED.
18.   ONE BLOOM. Exhibition Chrysanthemum ( small )
19.   ONE BLOOM Exhibition Chrysanthemum ( large )
20.   ONE BLOOM. Spider Chrysanthemum.
21.   ONE BLOOM Quill Chrysanthemum..
22.   THREE (3) DISTINCT CHRYSANTHEMuM BLOOMS, staged in ONE container
      (one bloom per stem ).
23.   CHRYSANTHEMuMS – 3 of a kind, staged in one container.
24.   ONE BLOOM or SPRAY of any Chrysanthemum.not specified elsewhere in the
      Div. B.
25.   THREE STEMS (sprays) CHRYSANTHEMuMS ( distinct colours and/or varieties
      of Chrysanthemums staged in one container).
26.   ONE SPRAY miniature Chrysanthemum.
27.    ONE CONTAINER of miniature Chrysanthemums
28.   THREE (3) GERBERAS.
29.   ONE GERBERA ( Double or Hybrid Double ).
30.   ONE GERBERA ( Single or semi-double or hybrid, NOT double ).
31.   SPECIMEN GERANIuM /PELARGONIuM with leaf.
32.   IvY GERANIuMS (3 different colours) including leaves
33.   SPECIMEN spike, truss of BOuGAINvILLEA – any variety-must be able to be
      displayed upright
34.   THREE cuts of BOuGAINvILLEA – 3 different colours.
35.   ONE spike, truss, or cut of any specimen of any variety not specified.
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   36.    COLLECTION OF NATIvE SHRuBBERY
   37.    SHRUBBERY of your choice ( 3 distinct cuts ) – flowering/non flowering/berries/
          fruit– in container.
   38.    MIxED COLLECTION OF FLOWERS & SHRuBBERY of your choice.
          CHAMPION CHRYSANTHEMuM ExHIBIT. Chosen from Classes 18-26. The
          Champion Chrysanthemum may be a SINGLE bloom or a SPRAY. Trophy-Mrs.
          J.Gloster
          RESERvE CHAMPION CHRYSANTHEMuM. Chosen from Classes 18-26.Trophy-
          Mrs. Pauline Linton in memory of M.Brice-nee Foster.
          CHAMPION GERBERA ExHIBIT.Chosen fromClasses 28-30 Trophy-Mrs.
          H.Dimond
          CHAMPION BLOOM, SPIKE or TRuSS.or COLLECTION. Chosen from Classes
          28-35. Trophy – Mrs. A.Norman in memory of Dot Robinson
          CHAMPION SHRuBBERY/FLOWERS COLLECTION. Chosen from Classes36-38
          Trophy-Mrs. N. Griffiths
          GRAND CHAMPION ExHIBIT – Chosen from Classes 1-.38 Trophy- in memory of
          Mrs. Raby Doolin.
               diViSion C – PlAnTS in ConTAinErS/PoTS/bASKETS.
                        N.B.The plants must be presented in their
               own pot noT in a second pot or basket to make it look better.
   39.    POT OR HANGING BASKET of MAIDEN HAIR.
   40.    POT or HANGING BASKET of ANY other FERN
   41.    SPECIMEN ORCHID in BLOOM
   42.    INDOOR PLANT ( flowering/non flowering ) in container.
   43.    PLANT in HANGING BASKET other than a fern.
   44.    BEGONIA – flowering / non-flowering – in container.
   45.    BROMELAID
   46.    A POT / BASKET of COLOuR-annuals / mixed plantings of any plant varieties
          Trophy—Mrs. Di Thompson
   47.    SuCCuLENTS or CACTuS – in complimentary container. Trophy – Mrs. Rose
          Hoffman – in memory of Mrs. Joan Carrigan.
          CHAMPION PLANT/S in container or basket. Chosen from Classes 41-45 Trophy
          – Mackenzies Home Timber and Hardware
          CHAMPION FERN. ( Hanging or Standing)Chosen from classes 39-40. Trophy –
          Border Builders and Plumbers Supplies
          RESERvE CHAMPION FERN. ( Hanging or Standing ) Chosen from classes 39-
          40. Trophy – Border Builders and Plumbers Supplies
          GRAND CHAMPION ExHIBIT – Chosen from Classes 39-47. Trophy- Goondiwindi
          P& A Women’s Auxiliary
                                diViSion d – dECorATiVE oPEn.
This Division is OPEN to all. Welcomed are entries from Groups, Home Gardeners,
Organisations, Businesses, Florists, Individuals etc. Flowers may be bought and/or imported
for this Division. Any type of foliage is allowed provided it complies with the class. Any
embellishment allowed. All arrangements must be principally fresh flowers and greenery.
                n.b. oASiS MUST bE diSgUiSEd in All ArrAngEMEnTS.
Definition- LINE – Strong linear pattern or outline. Line is the primary foundation of design
              using a minimum of plant material.
              LINE MASS or MASSED LINE – A quantity of material used to form one quite
              discernible line, the quantity giving greater depth and width.
              BASKET of FLOWERS arrangements – must be of good design with stems to be

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            in water or oasis.
            FREE STYLE- An imaginative use of horticultural material which may include
            long lasting material that can be used out of water e.g. Camellias, Proteas, Flax,
            Cacti, Succulents etc.
            FREE ExPRESSION—An imaginative use of horticultural material as above but
            feature two points of visual impact.
   48.    LINE arrangement in container (to be viewed from the front). Trophy – Lorna
          Logan memorial perpetual trophy with memento.
   49.    NATuRALISTIC INCORPORATING BIRDS . Trophy – Mrs. M. uebergang
   50.    PATIO TABLE ARRANGEMENT-embellishment permitted. Trophy—Mrs. C.
          Waugh.
   51.    ARRANGEMENT for a Banquet– FREE ExPRESSION (to be viewed from the
          front –( see definition details above). Trophy – Mrs. B. Hobson.
   52.    SHEEP –portray the wool industry – using plant material and any interesting
          items collected from the paddock / stock-route ( viewed from front). Trophy – Mrs.
          J. Elder.
          This class will be eligible to compete in the BREVILLE GROUP TROPHIES as a
          part of the Show,s Sheep and Wool theme
   53.    CELEBRATION TABLE ARRANGEMENT ( wedding, christening, etc.) – may
          included any embellishments and plant material. Trophy – Mrs. P. White
   54.    ARRANGEMENT with CHRYSANTHEMUM as the principal flower. Trophy—
          Mrs.L. Benson.
   55.    ARRANGEMENT using SuCCuLENTS and any complimentary embellishments
          such as pods ,cones ,berries, etc. Trophy - Mrs. G. Cory
   56.    ARRANGEMENT in WHITE and GREEN – either may predominate. Coloured
          centres, stamens etc. are permitted. Trophy – Mrs. v.Richardson..
   57.    SHADES of onE COLOuR of your OWN CHOICE –. A minimum of green foliage
          allowed. Trophy – Mrs. G. Glasser
   58.    MIxED FOLIAGE arrangement – green seed heads and/or bracts are allowed.
          Trophy – Mrs. M. Marshall.
   59.    SOLITARY SPLENDOuR –a single bloom or spike with any embellishments either
          natural / ribbons ,etc. Trophy- Goondiwindi P&A Women,s Aux.
                                  diViSion E – noViCE.
For exhibitors who have not won (1st) prize at the show in the last 2 years in the Decorative
Section (Div D)
   60.    “SIMPLICITY” –COUNTRY STYLE –flowers ,natural grasses , seed heads &
          foliage Trophy – the Doyle family in memory of Mabel .
   61.    A DINNER TABLE ARRANGEMENT with candles included. Trophy – Mrs. G.
          Cory
   62.    GOING SOLO-a single flower arrangement with unlimited foliage. Trophy—Ali,s
          Flower Shop.
          CHAMPION NOvICE—Classes 60-62- Trophy – Mrs. M. McIntosh.
          CHAMPION ARRANGEMENT – Classes 48-59. Trophy –Mrs. Libby McMicking
          RESERvE CHAMPION ARRANGEMENT – Classes 48-59. Trophy- Mrs. S.Slack-
          Smith – Sarah Parr Memorial Trophy.
          GRAND CHAMPION ExHIBIT – Classes 48-62 Trophy – Lorna Logan Memorial
          Rose Bowl perpetual trophy with memento.
                       diViSion F – ChildrEn UndEr 13 yEArS.
                                        No entry fee.
Entries received in Flower Pavilion between 11a.m. and 4.00p.m., Thursday 29th April and
                       7.45 a.m. to 9.45a.m. Friday 30th April, 2010.
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                   ALL ENTRIES to be children’s own work
 All ChildrEn’S TroPhiES will bE PrESEnTEd in ThE FlowEr PAVilion on
 SATUrdAy AFTErnoon bEForE ThoSE in ThE AdUlT SECTionS-approx. 4 p.m.
Definitions:-
DECORATED SAuCER or similar disposable plastic plate--- Should consist of an
arrangement of flowers and/or foliage and/berries. The saucer need not be completely
covered. Any embellishments permissible. Shape can be flat, convex or concave. Usually
done in wet sand.
MINIATuRE GARDEN – Plant material used to represent a small garden. Can be in a low
bowl, small container or tray ( approx.41cm.x31cm.) All plant material used to be in water-
retaining material, e.g. oasis, wet sand.
CREATuRE- Made from plant material, fruit, seeds, cabbage, other vegetables, tooth picks,
twiggy bits, pipe-cleaner etc.
NECKLACE- Made of plant material. Berries, seeds, small flowers of good lasting quality,
etc., on suitable thread. To resemble a necklace.
TEA CuP arrangement – use tea cup or similar disposable cup/mug as container. view from
all sides.
6 years and under.
1. Decorated saucer. Trophy – Mrs.G.Glasser.
2. Miniature garden. Trophy – Mrs.J. Cameron.
3. Tea cup arrangement. Trophy- Mrs.L.Benson.
4. Creature. Trophy – Mrs.S.L’Estrange.
8 years and under.
5. Necklace. Trophy – Goondiwindi Garden Club.
6. Miniature garden. Trophy – in memory of Mrs.G.Doolin.
7. Creature. Trophy
10 years and under.
8. A posy of flowers for Grandma. Trophy- in memory of Mrs.M.Russell.
9. Floral exhibit in kitchen cup or mug. Trophy – Mrs. G Cory.
10. Creature. Trophy-Mrs.E.Stehr.
Under 13 years.
11. A Table Arrangement with an apple/s as the base container incorporating foliage, flowers
    , embellishments, .Trophy-Mrs.S.Slack-Smith.
12. Jazz up a novelty container (eg.cap,toy,shoe,flower-pot). with flowers,grasses ,
    foliage,etc and any embellishments of your choice. Trophy-Mrs.R.White.
13. My house /farm and its trees and plants (on a tray). Trophy-Mrs.v. Murphy.
14. Creature. Trophy-Mrs.C.Burcher.
2010-yEAr oF ThE ShEEP-with any embellishments—Mr .SHOWY SHEEP
All ages invited to enter. Trophy. –Mrs. R. Lucas
This Class will be eligible to compete in the BREVILLE GROUP TROPHIES as part of the
Show’s Sheep and Wool theme
ChAMPion ChildrEn’S EnTry-excluding the Creature and Feature vegetable
sections. Trophy - P.&A. Women’s Auxiliary.
ChAMPion CrEATUrE EnTry selected from the 4 class winners above. Trophy– Mrs. Di
Selby.




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                     SECTion 18
                 CroChET & KniTTing
     SPonSorEd by billA billA SPorT & rECrEATion ClUb, nAMoi CoTTon,
    MArQUArd FAMily, bArbArA donoVAn, gEorgE And AliCiA SloSS, KATE
    McMASTEr, AilEEn norMAn, MiChEllE SEhMiSh-lAhEy And P & A SoCiETy
                            woMEn’S AUxiliAry
                 OFFICAL: Mrs Michelle Sehmish-Lahey Phone 46754182
      Stewards: Mesdames, Kate McMaster, barbara donovan & Cynthia Smith.
                      Entry Fee: gold Coin donation per Exhibitor.
ENTRIES will be taken at the Molly Makim Pavilion on Thursday, April 29th, 2010 between
9am and 12pm. Judging will commence at 1pm on Thursday, April 29th, 2010. All exhibits
are to be the bona fide work of the exhibitor and must not have been laundered. Exhibits
must not have been exhibited previously in a Goondiwindi Show. Each exhibit is eligible
for competition in one class only. Articles are not to be mounted. Please attached crochet
cotton label. The Stewards have the right to reject entries for judging. Entries, prize money
and trophies may be collected after 6pm on Saturday, 1st May 2010.
N.B. For garments in 4 ply and thicker use backstitch seams. For 3 ply and finer weave a
flat seam. Where wool is not specified any yarn may be used.
Aggregate trophies will be awarded on a score basis: 5 for 1st, 3 for 2nd and 1 for 3rd.
The Goondiwindi P & A Women’s Auxiliary and the Crochet and Knitting Section are most
grateful to our Sponsors.
ChAMPion KniTTEd ArTiClE. JOAN MARQuARD MEMORIAL TROPHY donated by
the Marquard Family
rESErVE ChAMPion KniTTEd ArTiClE. Trophy donated by Barbara Donovan
ChAMPion CoTTon ArTiClE. Trophy donated by Namoi Cotton
ChAMPion CroChET ArTiClE. JESSIE SLOSS MEMORIAL TROPHY donated by
George and Alicia Sloss
rESErVE ChAMPion CroChET ArTiClE. Trophy donated by Kate McMaster
AggrEgATE PoinTS TroPhy For SECTion $50 donated by billa billa Sport &
recreation Club
To CElEbrATE ThE ShEEP And wool ThEME Any gArMEnT MAdE FroM PUrE
wool (PlEASE lAbEl) will bE EligiblE To CoMPETE For ThE brEVillE
groUP TroPhy
                              diViSion A - CroChET
1   BABY SET
2   BABY’S JACKET
3   ARTICLE BY PERSON OvER 75 YEARS
4   TWO HANDKERCHIEFS – Crochet
5   COAT HANGER (a) Dainty; (b) Heavy
6   CHEvAL SET (a) 20; (b) 40
7   TRAY CLOTH – Approx 30cm x 45cm
8   RuNNER – Approx 30cm x 75cm
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9    COFFEE MAT (a) 20; (b) 40 Approx 40cm to 50cm
10   TABLE CENTRE (a) 20; (b) 40 Approx 23cm to 40cm
11   DOILY (a) 20; (b) 40 Approx 15cm to 23cm
12   ANY ARTICLE – Cotton 60 and over
13   ARTICLE (a) unusual; (b) useful
14   ARTICLE – Suitable for a gift
15   TATTING
16   TATTING BY A NOvICE
17   ARTICLE BY PERSON uNDER 18 $10 donated by Michelle Sehmish-Lahey


                               diViSion b - KniTTing
1  BABY’S SET
2  BABY’S JACKET
3  SMALL CHILD’S CARDIGAN/PuLLOvER IN WOOL
4  GIRL’S CARDIGAN/PuLLOvER
5  BOY’S CARDIGAN/PuLLOvER (Bulky Wool)
6  LADY’S CARDIGAN/JuMPER (Fine Wool)
7  LADY’S CARDIGAN/JuMPER (Bulky Wool)
8  ANY ARTICLE IN BuLKY WOOL
9  MAN’S GARMENT
10 KNITTED SOCKS – Men’s
11 ARTICLE IN WOOL OR ACRYLIC – Not Specified
12 ARTICLE BY PERSON OvER 75 YEARS
13 MACHINE KNITTED ARTICLE
14 ARTICLE SuITABLE FOR A GIFT
15 COAT HANGER
16 ANY COTTON ARTICLE
17 ARTICLE uSING FANCY YARN $100 PrizEMonEy donated by P & A Women’s
   Auxiliary 1st $60 2nd $30 3rd $10
18 ARTICLE BY PERSON uNDER 18 $10 donated by Michelle Sehmish-Lahey
19 TEDDY BEAR or BEANIE to be donated to Local Branch - QLD Cancer Fund   1st $10
   2nd $5 donated by Aileen Norman
20 MATINEE JACKET (Front Opening) or BOOTEES or BEANIE for average size baby. To
   be donated to Special Care unit, Royal Brisbane Hospital
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          SECTion 19 - CooKEry And
                PrESErVES
                              SPonSorS: ThE brEVillE groUP
                                     MrS VAnESSA ChildS
                             goondiwindi Co oP SUPErMArKET
                      lEonArd & Co rAinE & hornE goondiwindi
                          OFFICIAL: Mrs Marianne McMillan 4676 1287
STEWARDS: Jean McMillan, Jan Waller, Ann-Marie Paton, Lisa Sylvester and Janelle Stehr
                PRIZES: Open Section: Classes 1 – 33 1st Trophy 2nd $5.00.
                           Jams and Preserves: Classes 1 – 15 1st $5.00, 2nd $3.00.
                           School Children: Classes 1 – 11, 1st $2.00, 2nd $1.00.
                                   Points: 1ST 5, 2ND 3, 3RD 1.
    If in the case of a tie for aggregate points, are bonus point is given for a champion or
  otherwise it is at the discretion of the judge and the committee to make a finale decision.
                           gold Coin donATion PEr ExhibiTor
• Entries taken at the Molly Makim pavilion, Thursday, 29th April 2010 between 9 am and
    12 noon.
• Judging at 1pm.
• Plates are provided (plain White only).
• PlEASE mark clearly if your cooking iS For SAlE or noT. No responsibility will be
    taken.
• Trophies, prize money and cakes to be collected at the nEw TiME of 6pm in the
    pavilion on Saturday, 1st May. Any entries not collected by 6.30pm become the property
    of the Goondiwindi P & A Society to dispose of at there own discretion.
• Only Two entries per class allowed and must be of two distinct batches.
                         NO TROPHIES ARE TO BE ExCHANGED
➢ CHAMPION ExHIBIT: MRS MOLLY MAKIM MEMORIAL TROHPY.
➢ CHAMPION IN THE JAMS AND PRESERvES: DONATED BY THE BREvILLE GROuP
➢ CHAMPION FRuIT CAKE/ PuDDING: CHOSEN FROM CLASSES 21-24, 29 AND 32:
  DONATED BY THE BREvILLE GROuP
➢ AGGREGATE POINTS COOKING: MRS MAvIS THORN MEMORIAL TROHPY.
➢ AGGREGATE POINTS JAM AND PRESERvES: DONATED BY LANES INTERIORS
  TOOWOOMBA (Wally & Jennie Tomlinson)
➢ BEST ExIBIT “FOR THE SHEARING SHED”: Classes 25 to 29 McMILLAN TROPHY.
  Donated by the McMillan Family. Eligible to compete in the Breville Group Trophy
➢ CLASSES 1 to 8, 18 to 22 and 25 to 28 and 30 to 33: DONATED BY THE BREvILLE
  GROuP
➢ GOLDEN SCONES (SWEET POTATO) Prize: Cookbook “Cooking with Conscience”.
➢ MuFFINS TROPHY: Donated by Border Builders Mitre 10 Goondiwindi.
➢ DECORATED PATTY CAKES: Donated by Wrapped.
➢ CHOCOLATE SPONGE SANDWICH TROPHY: Donated by Flora Killen.
➢ BANANA CAKE: Donated by Lisa’s Screen & Art Embroidery.
➢ CARROT CAKE TROPHY: Donated by Lindy’s Beauty Salon.
➢ ORANGE CAKE: MRS G. JACKSON MEMORIAL TROPHY. Donated by Sandie
  Henderson.
➢ CHOCOLATE CAKE TROPHY: 1st place - Donated by Royal Hotel Goondiwindi.
➢ CHOCOLATE CAKE TROPHY: 2nd place - Donated by Royal Hotel Goondiwindi.
➢ CHOCOLATE CAKE TROPHY: 3rd place - Donated by Royal Hotel Goondiwindi.
➢ DATE AND NuT ROLL TROPHY: Donated by Sandie Henderson.

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➢ SuLTANA CAKE TROHPY: Donated by Mrs Jean McMillan.
➢ RICH FRuIT CAKE TROPHY: Donated by Stratford’s Retravision.
➢ BOILED FRuIT CAKE TROPHY: Donated by Enid Killen.

Class                                     open
1. SMALL CAKES – four (all one mixture iced but not decorated, cooked in tins Not in
    paper cases or muffin tins).
2. COOKIES – plate of six must have two different varieties (dropped from a spoon or
    pushed down with a fork not rolled or put through a pusher).
3. SLICE - six coconut jam slice.
4. PLATE OF PLAIN SCONES - six.
5. PLATE OF SuLTANA SCONES - four.
6. PLATE OF PuMPKIN SCONES – six
7. PLATE OF PIKELETS - four.
8. COOKIES – six jam drops.
9. PLATE OF GOLDEN SCONES (sweet potato) – four. This is a lower GI recipe suitable
    for people who have diabetes. Rub 2 tablespoons margarine into 2½ cups of SR Flour
    add ½ cup mashed sweet potato along with 1 egg and ½ cup milk.(you may find you
    need to add up to another ½ cup of milk depending on your sweet potato) and mix. Turn
    dough onto bench and pat down to 2cm thickness. Cut with scone cutter and bake for
    12-15 mins until golden brown at 200c.
10. MuFFINS - six (sweet, named).
11. DECORATED PATTY CAKES – four (in this year theme of sheep & wool. Cakes will be
    cut and judging will be on both cake and decoration. May use some bought decorations
    but at least half must be own work.)
12. ORANGE BAR CAKE – Orange icing on top only.
13. CHOCOLATE CAKE – 20cm (8 inch) round. Chocolate icing on top only.
14. BANANA CAKE – 20cm (8 inch) round. Lemon icing on top only.
15. CARROT CAKE. 20cm (8 inch) round. Lemon icing on top only.
16. DATE AND NuT ROLL.
17. CHOCOLATE SPONGE SANDWICH – joined with icing, round tins.
18. SPONGE SANDWICH WITHOuT BuTTER – (egg and sugar mixture). Joined with jam,
    round tins.
19. PEACH BLOSSOM CAKE – Bar Tin. Icing on top only and to be a delicate pink.
20. KENTISH BAR CAKE – Chocolate icing on top only.
21. STEAMED PuDDING. 1/4lb (125gm) mixture. To be turned out on a plate.
22. PuMPKIN FRuIT CAKE.
23. SuLTANA CAKE – 250g (½lb) mixture. 20cm (8inch) round.
24. RICH FRuIT CAKE – not to be iced. 250g (½lb) mixture with approximately 1125gm (2
    ½lb) fruit. Fruit used to include sultanas (whole), raisins (cut), currants and mixed peel.
    Nuts and cherries optional. No dates or nuts. 20cm (8 inch) round tin. (Winner eligible to
    enter a new cake at Darling Downs Sub Chambers in mid May.)
                                For ThE ShEAring ShEd
                                          open
                      This to be judged by men in the shearing industry
 BEST ExHIBIT IN “FOR THE SHEARING SHED”: Classes 25 to 29 McMILLAN TROPHY.
      Donated by the McMillan Family Eligible to compete in the Breville Group Trophy
Class
25. SMOKO IN THE SHED (a plate of eight items, containing two plain scones, two ANZAC
    Biscuits and two x two more things of your choice that would be served for smoko in the
    shearing shed).
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26.   DAMPER - May be cooked in oven or camp oven.
27.   PLATE OF ANZAC BISCuITS - six
28.   BOTTLE OF PICKLES
29.   BOILED FRuIT CAKE

                                       For our Male Cooks
     FOR OuR MALE COOKS: MOST AGGREGATE POINTS IN CLASSES 30 TO 33.
                             DONATED BY THE BREvILLE GROuP
Class
30. PLATE OF PLAIN SCONES– four
31. MuFFINS – four (savoury named)
32. RICH FRuIT CAKE - not to be iced. 250g (½lb) mixture with approximately1125gm (2
    ½lb) fruit. Fruit used to include currants, sultanas (whole), and raisins (cut), mixed peel.
    Nuts and cherries optional.
33. BOTTLE OF JAM

                                 JAMS And PrESErVES
➢ CHAMPION IN THE JAMS AND PRESERvES: DONATED BY THE BREvILLE GROuP
➢ AGGREGATE POINTS JAM AND PRESERvES: DONATED BY LANES INTERIORS
    TOOWOOMBA (Wally & Jennie Tomlinson).
Straight-sided bottles to be used - please label clearly. No fancy tops on bottles and they
must hold between 375 grms – 500 grms or 1 ½ to 2 cups. Judges will open all bottles.
Class
1 TOMATO JAM.
2 APRICOT JAM.
3 GRAPE JAM.
4 FIG JAM. Prize Money donated by Mrs Doris Chambers.
5 JAM. (any variety)
6 GRAPEFRuIT MARMALADE. Prize Money donated by Mrs Margaret Mavor.




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7     ORANGE MARMALADE. Prize Money donated by Mrs Beryl Ash.
8     THREE FRuIT MARMALADE. Prize Money donated by Mrs Margaret Mavor.
9     MARMALADE (any variety eg Lime).
10    JELLY (any variety).
11    LEMON BuTTER.
12    MuSTARD PICKLES.
13    CHuTNEY (any variety).
14    RELISH (any variety).
15    SAuCE (any variety).

                    SChool ChildrEn CooKEry 2010
       CHAMPION CHILDREN’S ExHIBIT: Marcia McNulty Memorial Trophy.
                         Donated by the McNulty Family
AGGREGATE POINTS JuNIOR ExHIBITOR IN CLASSES 1 TO 11 : Donated by Robert and
                                 Lisa Sylvester.
        Prize money for classes 1 to 11 donated by Mr & Mrs Jim Arbuckle
         Trophy’s donated by Mrs Betty Frost and Mrs Daphne Robinson

                                  JUnior SECTion
                                  6 years and under.
1. DECORATED BOuGHT BISCuITS – four - girls (arrowroot etc) (at least one biscuit to
   have a sheep on it. May use some bought decorations, but at least half must be own
   work).
2. DECORATED BOuGHT BISCuITS – four - boys (arrowroot etc) (at least one biscuit to
   have a sheep on it. May use some bought decorations, but at least half must be own
   work).
3. PLATE OF COOKIES – four

                                    11 years and under.
4. CHOCOLATE CAKE PACKET MIx – Iced on top only.
5. PLATE OF COOKIES – six - Anzac.
6. DECORATED PATTY CAKES – four (in this year theme of sheep & wool. Cakes will be
   cut and judging will be on both cake and decoration. May use some bought decorations
   but at least half must be own work.)

                                     oPEn SECTion
                    17 years and under and currently attending school
7.    DAMPER (may be cooked in oven or camp oven)
8.    CAKE OF ANY vARITEY (eg tea cake, chocolate cake, NO packet cakes).
9.    PLATE OF COOKIES – six - choc chip.
10.   MuFFINS - six (any variety named).
11.   CHOCOLATE SLICE - six Iced.

                                Children with disabilities
                               Must be attending School
                                 13 YEARS AND uNDER
                    TROPHY’S DONATED BY MRS ELAINE STEHR
12. PLATE OF SLICE – six (any variety named).
13. MuFFINS – six (any variety named).




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goondiwindi yoUTh AMbASSAdor
   Show girl CoMPETiTion
                      Developing Rural Youth ‑ Promoting Your Community

goondiwindi youth Ambassador Showgirl
Open to girls aged 18 years and under 27 years as at 01 August 2010

goondiwindi Junior Showgirl
Open to girls aged 15 and under 18 years as at 01 April 2010

goondiwindi Charity Showgirl
Open to all entrants

The Goondiwindi Showgirl will be eligible to represent the Goondiwindi P&A Society and the
Goondiwindi District at the judging of the Darling Downs Sub-Chamber Showgirl Awards, at
the Toowoomba Royal Show, 2010.

     For A noMinATion ForM or FUrThEr inForMATion PlEASE ConTACT:
                    Mrs Kerri robertson. Mob. 0407 651 022



       Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies inc
        Queensland Country life Miss Showgirl Awards
                   ~ Conditions of Entry
The following conditions apply for the Miss Showgirl Awards. To qualify for the final of htese Awards,
   the following conditions must be observed by entrants participating in local Showgirl Awards.
1. Entrants must be single, aged 18 years and under 26 years in August 1 in the year of the competition.
   The Miss Showgirl Awards is open to girls born in Australia or naturalised Australians.
2. Previous State winners and runners-up in the Miss Showgirl Awards are not eligible to enter
   again.
3. Eligible entrants residing outside Queensland who can prove an affinity with a Queensland are
   allowed entry by satisfying one of the following criteria:
   a. their address has a Queensland postcode
   b. they have a Queensland phone number or
   c. the entrant or the entrant’s parents are active working members of that Show.
4. The ultimate winner must remain single until the conclusion of the Royal Queensland Show.
   Entrants must not have been married or have had a child.
5. An entrant must have been judged a current winner of a Miss Showgirl Awards conducted by an
   affiliated Society to be eligible to compete in Sub-Chamber and State Final judging. In the event
   of the local winner being unable to attend sub-chamber judging, the runner-up is elegible to
   compete.
6. Prospective entrants who are employed or are still in fulltime studies are advised to ascertain in
   advance that they are able to obtain leave of absence to attend Sub-Chamber and State Final
   judging if chosen to represent their local area. The State finalists will be required to be in Brisbane
   the day prior to and the first three (3) days of the Royal Queensland Show. The ultimate Miss
   Showgirl winner must remain in Brisbane to perform official duties up until and including the
   “People’s Day” holiday of the Royal Queensland Show.
7. Should an finalist win a prize or title and does not abide by the above conditions, she will not be
   eligible for further participation in the Miss Showgirl Awards and will automatically forfeit all prizes
   and title associated with the Miss Showgirl Awards final.
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          SECTion 20 – nEEdlEworK
          SPonSorEd by goondiwindi CoTTon, bronwyn woodS,
  C.M. & M.A. ClArK, C.w. & C. bUrChEr, AilEEn rUSSEll, billA billA ClUb,
          lEnorE hohn, glEndA riVAl, CollEEn & ElAinE gillECE,
        ThEA bEArE, AnniE bEArE, gAil ClArK, CArMyA grAzing Co,
     gillAnn SAVill, PErri dixon, gUnyA CrAFTS & FAirwAy STUdioS.
                       OFFICIAL: Rose Durkin. Phone 4675 1178
          Stewards: Aileen Russell, Glenda Rival, Colleen Gillece, Lenore Hohn.
        CHAMPION OF NEEDLEWORK: $100. Donated by P & A Womens Auxiliary.
             RESERvE CHAMPION: $75. Donated by Carmya Grazing Co.
          CHAMPION ARTICLE: $25 vOuCHER donated by C.M. & M.A. Clark.
           CHAMPION GARMENT: $25 voucher donated by C.W. & C. Burcher.
         CHAMPION FRAMED NEEDLEWORK: $100 donated by Fairway Studios.
             Aggregate Prize: $20 voucher donated by Goondiwindi Cotton.
Entries taken at the Molly Makim Pavilion on Thursday 29th April, 2010 between 9 a.m. and
   12 noon. Judging to commence at 1 p.m. on April, 29th 2010. All exhibits must be the
bona fide work of the exhibitor and must not have been laundered. Exhibits must not have
 been entered into any previous Goondiwindi Show. Each exhibit is eligible for competition
in one class only. The stewards have the right to reject entries for judging. Entries may be
                    collected after 6.00 p.m. on Saturday, May 1st, 2010.
                     Entry Fee: gold Coin donation per exhibitor.
Class
   1.   CROSS STITCH and COuNTED THREAD WORK. (Not hanging picture)
   2.   HANDWORKED THREE PIECE SET. Crochet edge allowed.
   3.   HANDWORKED “COuNTRY KITCHEN” ACCESSORY. (Tablecloth, runners, oven
        mitts, aprons etc.) Prizemoney Donated by Bronwyn Woods.
  4.    SOMETHING PINK AND PRETTY. Prize donated by Gillann Savill.
  5.    DAINTIEST HANDKERCHIEF (Two).
  6.    ANY SMOCKED ARTICLE OR GARMENT.
  7.    ANY MACHINE MADE GARMENT (Hand finish allowed)
  8.    COAT HANGER.
  9.    QuILT – PIECED. Prizemoney donated by Aileen Russell.
  10. QuILT – APPLIQuED. voucher donated by Thea Beare.
  11.   QuILT – SuITABLE FOR A CHILD. Prize donated by Gail Clarke.
  12. WALL HANGINGS – patchwork, appliqué or stitchery. Prize donated by Gail Clark.
  13. STITCHERIES.
  14(a) HANDWORKED PICTuRE – Cross Stitch.
  14(b) HANDWORKED PICTURE – Any other not specified in Schedule. Prizemoney
        donated by Billa Billa Sports & Recreation Club.
  15. TAPESTRY PICTuRE. Ready to hang
  16. TAPESTRY. Any article – ready to use. Wool or Cotton.
  17. LONGSTITCH TAPESTRY.
  18. ARTICLE SuITABLE FOR A GIFT.
  19. HANDWORKED CuSHION WITH INSERT. Prizemoney donated by Colleen and
        Elaine Gillece.
  20. NIGHTWEAR.
  21. HAND DECORATED BABY GARMENT.
  22. BABY’S WEAR. (including christening gown). Prizemoney donated by Lenore
        Hohn.

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23.    CHILDREN’S WEAR.
24.    BAG. (Any purpose). Prizemoney donated by Billa Billa Sports & Recreation
       Club.
25. HAND DECORATED TOWEL. (Hand, bath etc.).
26. SOMETHING NEW FROM SOMETHING OLD. Prizemoney donated by Glenda
       Rival.
27. ARTICLE BY PERSON 60 YEARS AND OvER.
28 (a) BEST-DRESSED DOLL (including brides)
28(b) BEST-DRESSED RAG DOLL.
29(a) APPLIQuED ARTICLE.
29)b) APPLIQuED GARMENT.
30. WOOL EMBROIDERY ON COTTON.
31. WOOL EMBROIDERY ON WOOL.
32. COTTON EMBROIDERY ON COTTON. $20 voucher. Donated by Goondiwindi
       Cotton.
33. COMBINATION OF SILK RIBBONS, WOOL OR COTTON ON ANY ARTICLE.
34. HAND EMBROIDERED HAT.
35. BRAZILIAN EMBROIDERY. Prizemoney donated by Billa Billa Sports &
       Recreation Club.
36. ANY ARTICLE NOT SPECIFIED IN SCHEDuLE.
36(a) “LITTLE MISS BO-PEEP AND ANYTHING SHEEP”
       This must include anything that Little Miss Bo-peep would wear or use and
       anything made from wool.
                            SChool ChildrEn.
37.   ARTICLE BY CHILD 12 YEARS AND uNDER.
38.   YEAR 8 FREE CHOICE. Prizemoney donated by Annie Beare.
39.   YEAR 9 FREE CHOICE. Prizemoney donated by Annie Beare.
40.   YEAR 10 FREE CHOICE. Prizemoney donated by Annie Beare.
41.   YEAR 11 FREE CHOICE. Prizemoney donated by Annie Beare.
42.   YEAR 12 FREE CHOICE. Prizemoney donated by Annie Beare.




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         SECTion 21 - hAndiCrAFTS
              OFFICIAL STEWARD: Natalie Carrigan, Phone (02) 67535234
                      ENTRY FEE: Gold Coin Donation per Exhibitor
              Champion of Handicrafts Section $100, Reserve Champion $50
                    Children 14yrs & under Prize Money in Each Class
                                  1st $5, 2nd $3, 3rd $2
Entries taken at the Molly Makim Pavilion – Thursday 29th April, 2010 from 9.00am to 12.00
 noon. Entries and Prize money may be collected after 6.00pm on Saturday 1st May, 2010.
Judging to commence at 1.00pm on Thursday 29th, April 2010. The Stewards have the right
                                to reject entries for judging.

       ThEME For 2010 - ShEEP And wool
             This year the Molly Makim Pavilion has three trophies donated by
                                    The Breville Group
                     Champion Item involving Sheep & Wool Theme
                 Reserve Champion Item involving Sheep & Wool Theme
              Encouragement Award for Item involving Sheep & Wool Theme
            Eligible entries are to have items in the following two classes:-
Trophy Class
2a. Any article made incorporating Wool Shed or Shearing Industry Materials.
2b. Any article made incorporating Sheep: - Wool, Bone or Horn.
Other Class
1. CERAMICS [a] Small Article; [b] Medium Article; [c] Large Article
2. DECORATIvE HAT RACK
3. LEATHERWORK [a] Hand tooled; [b] Stamped; [c] Plaited; [d] Bridle
4. BAG/HAT any medium
5. HANDMADE CARDS eg. Machine embroidery, Cross stitch, Stamping, Quilling, etc.
6. DECOuPAGE, any article
7. LEAD LIGHTING [a] Small article; [b] Medium article; [c] Large article
8. NOvELTY [a] Fun; [b] Functional
9. DECORATED HOuSEHOLD ARTICLE-eg. Photo frames, Boxes, Flower pots, etc.
10. SCRAPBOOKING [a] Single page; [b] Double page; [c]’Off the page’ Limited 2 entries
    per person/class
11. uPHOLSTERED Small Chair / Stool
12. HANDMADE TOY [a] Doll; [b] Bear; [c] Any other
13. WOODWORK [a] Toy; [b] Furniture; [c] Other article
14. ARTICLE OF METAL
15. MOSIACS [a] Small article; [b] Medium article; [c] Large article
16. CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS
17. HANDMADE JEWELLERY, Gold, Silver or a combination of both [a] Earrings or Brooch;
    [b] Necklace or Chain; [c] Bracelet or Bangle.
18. COSTuME JEWELLERY other than Gold/Silver. [a] Earrings; [b] Brooch; [c] Necklace or
    Chain/Pendant.
19. FOLK ART [a] Small article; [b] Medium article; [c] Large article
20. ARTICLE MADE WITH RECYCLED METAL, GLASS, WOOD
21. ARTICLE MADE WITH RECYCLED CARDBOARD, PAPER OR FABRIC.
22. MOuLDED ARTICLE – Dough, Ceramic, Pottery
25. ANY ARTICLE NOT SPECIFIED
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30. ARTICLE MADE FROM RECYCLED MATERIAL – Cans, Cardboard, Matchsticks,
    Fabric, Plastic, etc.
31. HANDMADE GREETING CARD with verse – Computer
32. COSTuME JEWELLERY – Any medium
33. SHEEP MADE OF ANY MATERIAL
34. SCRAPBOOKING
35. ANY ARTICLE NOT SPECIFIED




                          2009 Miss Showgirl, Tara Obst




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        SECTion 22 - ShoP window
               SPonSorEd by lAdiES AUxiliAry CoFFEE ShoP
                      CrEATiVE display following a theme.
         oPEn To All groUPS, orgAniSATionS, ClUbS or CoMMiTTEES

                                      ThEME For 2010.


                         wool on ThE MoVE
OFFICIAL:            Mrs. Nola Jackson, Phone 46 71 4939, Fax 46 71 0281
STEWARDS:            Mrs. Shirley Brook, Phone 46 71 0330
                     Mrs. Leon Jackson, Phone 46 71 4147
                     Mrs. Shirley Carrigan, Phone 46 71 0603

                                 NO ENTRY FEE
              ENTRIES TO BE NOMINATED BY MONDAY APril 26Th TO THE
                    SHOW SECRETARY, PO BOx 52, GOONDIWINDI

Prizemoney:          The Cracknell Shield for aggregate points for articles.
                     1st prize $100, 2nd prize $30, 3rd prize $20.

The Jubilee Trophy for Overall Appearance of “Shop Window”. 1st $100, 2nd $30, 3rd $20.
              Trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd for the best articles made from wool.
       The best article in wool will be eligible to compete for the Breville Group trophy.
“Shop Window” size (for exhibits) are approximately 2.47m. wide, .92cm front to back,
1.22m. height at front, 1.09m. height at back.

The theme for this year’s Show is ‘WOOL ON THE MOvE’

A competitive display to comprise ten (10) articles, with at least two articles to be made from
wool. All articles must be the bona fide work of a member of the group concerned.

All articles must only be shown for one year in display. Articles may have been entered in
the Open Section of the Show.

1. Each “Shop Window” must include ten (10) articles (with at least 2 articles to be made
   from wool), of which the following crafts could be featured: Floral Work; Cookery; Art;
   Basketry; Folk Art; China Painting; Knitting; Leatherwork; Paper making; Textiles;
   Paper Mache; Stained Glass; Ceramics; Crochet; Patchwork; Jewellery; Toy Making;
   Sewing; Embroidery; Wool Work; Decoupage; Tapestry; Smocking; Millinery or any
   other craft.
2. Other props and backdrops may be included to enhance appearance of ’Shop Window’.
3. The articles for display are to represent the chosen theme.
4. A piece of white cardboard (20 x 25cm) approx, to be provided by each group showing
   number of article, name of maker, name of craft and number of different crafts displayed.
   Each article is to have its own separate decorated small card showing name of maker
   and craft.


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5. To encourage a wider variety of crafts, one point is to be awarded for each separate craft
   in display, e.g. 10 separate crafts, 10 points, 9 .. 9 etc.
   Knitting of homespun (1) Spinning, (2) Knitting will be classed as two (2) crafts.
6. The maximum points possible is 10 points per article ½ points allowed.
7. The Cracknell Shield to be awarded to the group gaining the highest number of points for
   the 10 individual articles in the “Shop Window”.
8. The Jubilee Tray donated by Kindon CWA awarded to the group winning the overall
   appearance of the “Shop Window”
9. For the best individual Articles in the “Shop Window” the following prizes will be awarded:
   a.     Trophy donated by Moonie Group for the Best Individual Article.
   b.     A trophy donated by Mrs. Jocelyn Cameron, “Lapunyah”, Goondiwindi for the
   individual article placed second.
   c.     A trophy donated by Mrs. C. McClymont, Toowoomba, for the individual article
   placed third.
n.b.      All “Shop windows” to be erected by wednesday, April, 28th 2010 for
          judging. Judging will take place Thursday, April 29th at 9.00 a.m. sharp and
          before judging of individual articles.

Representatives of groups participating will be allowed in the pavilion after 6 p.m. Saturday,
May 1st to dismantle display.

The P. & A. Ladies Auxiliary are also quite happy for groups to dismantle entries after the
completion of the Show, i.e. the following day or during the following week.

On completion of Show all articles are the responsibility of the group (groups) involved.

Thank you for your participation.




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                   SECTion 23 –
                CollECTorS CornEr
                  Chief Stewards: Mrs Bettina McClymont PH: 46754187
                            Mrs Kate Sandow PH: 46754141

            Stewards: Mrs Joan Elder, Mrs Marion Marshall, Mrs Cathy Waugh.

  Entries taken Molly Makim Pavilion – Thursday 29th, 2010 from 9am to 12 noon or at the
  Secretary’s office before Thursday, April 29th, 2010. Entries may be collected after 6pm
                                  Saturday 1st May, 2010

                   Champion Overall trophy donated by Mr Colin Waugh

            Most Successful Exhibitor trophy donated by Mrs Margot Armstrong

     Entries from previous Goondiwindi Shows may be entered in a different category.
     Best exhibit in Classes 8, 9 & 10 will be eligible for The Breville Group Trophies.

Class.
1. Item of Interest
2. Prettiest Cup & Saucer/Mug
3. Prettiest Jug
4. Old Silver/China Teapot
5. Old Blue & White China
6. Old Local Memorabilia of Interest
7. Old Royal Doulton Item
8. Old Sheep Trophy
9. Old Wool Trophy
10. Old Shearing Tools
11. Old Spoons




                                       liFE MEMbErS
                            Mrs.        Margot     Armstrong
                            Mrs.        Alma       Kohler
                            Mr.         Ken        Mackay
                            Mr.         Doug       Marquard
                            Mr.         Laird      McColl
                            Mr.         Hugh       McMillan
                            Mr.         John       Thorn
                            Mr.         Brian      Sands
                            Mrs.        Rosemary   Sands
                            Mr          John       Wood
                            Mr.         Tony       Woods



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MEMbErS                                      Mr.          W.G.      Duddy
Mr. & Mrs.   Harry       Adams               Mr. & Mrs.   Brian     Duddy
Mrs.         Merle       Andersen            Mr.          Matthew   Dunlop
Mr. & Mrs.   J.          Arbuckle            Miss         Neridah   Dunlop
Mr. & Mrs.   R.          Archer              Mr. & Mrs.   Lloyd     Dunlop
Mr. & Mrs.   Tom         Archer              Mr.          Charles   Durkin
Mr. & Mrs.   Mick        Armstrong           Mr.          Ben       Durkin
Mr. & Mrs.   David       Ash                 Mr. & Mrs.   David     Durkin
Mr. & Mrs.   Steven      Ash                 Mr. & Mrs.   Tony      Ecroyd
Mr.          Tim         Ash                 Mr. & Mrs.   John      Elder
Mr.          Mark        Baker               Mr. & Mrs.   James     Elder
Mr. & Mrs.   Bob         Baker               Mr. & Mrs.   David     Elder
Mr. & Mrs.   Robert      Bardsley            Mrs.         Robyn     Elsley
Mr. & Mrs.   Mark        Batchelor           Mr.          Paul      Fairweather
Mr. & Mrs.   Mark        Bauer               Mr. & Mrs.   Garry     Fairweather
Mrs.         Chris       Becroft             Mr. & Mrs.   Murray    Finlay
Mrs.         Adrienne    Benson              Mr. & Mrs.   Chris     Finlayson
Mr. & Mrs.   Nick        Benson              Mr. & Mrs.   Hugh      Fisher
Mr. & Mrs.   John        Bertram             Mrs.         Leeanna   Fisher
Mr. & Mrs.   Eddie       Billing             Mr.          Alex      Ford
Mrs.         Christine   Border              Mr. & Mrs.   Robert    Ford
Ms.          Billie Jo   Brassington         Mr. & Mrs.   Tom       Gibson
Mrs.         Shirley     Brook               Mr.          Jack      Glasser
Mr. & Mrs.   Michael     Browning            Mr.          Col       Glasser
Mr. & Mrs.   C.W.        Burcher             Mr. & Mrs.   Eric      Glasser
Mr. & Mrs.   Stephen     Burey               Mr. & Mrs.   Ben       Glasser
Mr. & Mrs.   Craig       Cahill              Mr. & Mrs.   Don       Glasser
Mrs.         Jocelyn     Cameron             Mr. & Mrs.   Ron       Glasser
Mr. & Mrs.   Richard     Cameron             Mr. & Mrs.   Kerry     Glasser
Mr. & Mrs.   Ken         Campbell            Mr. & Mrs.   C.        Glasser
Mrs.         D.          Carr                Mr. & Mrs.   Matt      Godlee
Mr. & Mrs.   Ewan        Carrigan                                   Goondiwindi
Mrs.         Shirley     Carrigan                                   Caravan Sales
Mr. & Mrs.   Bill        Carrigan            Mr. & Mrs.   Eric      Griffiths
Mr. & Mrs.   Bob         Chambers            Mr. & Mrs.   Ron       Hannan
Mr. & Mrs.   C.M.        Clark               Mr. & Mrs.   Glen      Harney
Mr. & Mrs.   Keith       Clark               Mr. & Mrs.   Mick      Harrold
Mr. & Mrs.   Harold      Clayton             Mr. & Mrs.   Mike      Henderson
Mr.          L. L.       Cleal               Mr.          Nick      Henderson
Mrs.         Isabel      Coleman             Miss         Rebecca   Henderson
Mr. & Mrs.   Chris       Collyer             Mr. & Mrs.   Richard   Herde
Mr. & Mrs.   Chris       Cooper              Mr. & Mrs.   W.        Heynen
Miss         Claire      Cooper              Mr. & Mrs.   Leonard   Hill
Mr. & Mrs.   Peter       Cory                Mr. & Mrs.   J.        Hobday
Mr. & Mrs.   Peter       Coulson             Mr. & Mrs.   Robert    Hobson
Mr.          Sam         Coulton             Mr. & Mrs.   Robert    Hohn
Mr.          Thomas      Coulton             Mr. & Mrs.   Hamish    Holcombe
Mr. & Mrs.   David       Coulton             Mr. & Mrs.   Steve     Irwin
Mr. & Mrs.   Ray         Cranney             Mr.          Peter     Ivanoski
Mr. & Mrs.   Mick        Daly                Mr. & Mrs.   David     Jackson
Mr. & Mrs.   Peter       Dight               Mrs.         Leon      Jackson
             Perri       Dixon                            Lisa      James
Mr.          victor      Doolin              Mr. & Mrs.   Stuart    Jamieson
Mr. & Mrs.   Malcolm     Doolin              Mr. & Mrs.   John      Jobling
Mr. & Mrs.   Richard     Doyle               Mr.          Neville   Johnson
Ms.          Marian      Doyle               Mr. & Mrs.   Breck     Johnston
Mr.          Dick        Doyle               Mr. & Mrs.   Rick      Kearney
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Mr. & Mrs.   P.T.           Kelman                    Mr.          Alex       Oehlman
Misses       Enid & Flora   Killen                    Mr. & Mrs.   Phil       O’Shea
Mr. & Mrs.   Tony           Killen                    Mrs.         Lois       Phillips
Mr. & Mrs.   Mac            Kneipp                    Mr. & Mrs.   Aaron      Prendergast
Mrs.         Alma           Kohler                    Mr. & Mrs.   Stephen    Price
Mr.          Gavan          Lahey                     Mr. & Mrs.   Robert     Privitera
Mr. & Mrs.   Brian          Lahey                     Mr.          Matthew    Quinlan
Mr. & Mrs.   Greg           Lahey                     Mr. & Mrs.   Allan      Rae
                            Leichhardt Garden         Mrs.         Kay        Rhodes
                            Centre                    Mr. & Mrs.   Graham     Richardson
Mr.          David          Lennon                    Mrs.         Alma       Rigney
Mr. & Mrs.   John           Lennon                    Mr. & Mrs.   John       Rissman
Mr. & Mrs.   Henry          Leonard                   Mr. & Mrs.   Mike       Rival
Mr. & Mrs.   Harry          L’Estrange                Mr. & Mrs.   Greg       Rixon
                            Leyland Past Co           Ms.          Sally      Robinson
Mr. & Mrs.   Dan            Lindsay                   Mr. & Mrs.   Jim        Russell
Mr. & Mrs.   Richard        Littlewood                Mrs.         Maree      Sagsee
Mr. & Mrs.   David          Lloyd                     Mr. & Mrs.   Scott      Sandow
Mr.          Alastair       Logan                     Mr. & Mrs.   Brian      Sands
Mr. & Mrs.   Ken            Mackay                    Mr. & Mrs.   Peter      Savill
Mr.          Andrew         Mackay                    Mr. & Mrs.   Tony       Selby
Mr. & Mrs.   Robert         Mackenzie                 Mr. & Mrs.   Peter      Sinclair
Mrs.         Annie          Macneil                   Mr.          Travis     Sinclair
Mr. & Mrs.   Geoff          Makim                     Mr. & Mrs.   George     Sloss
Mr.          Jim            Mann                      Mr. & Mrs.   Jim        Smith
Mr.          Doug           Marquard                  Mr. & Mrs.   Dennis     Smith
Mr. & Mrs.   John           Marshall                  Mr. & Mrs.   Mark       Spink
Mr. & Mrs.   B.D.           Mavor                     Mr. & Mrs.   Ken        Stehr
Mr. & Mrs.   Richard        McClymont                 Mr. & Mrs.   Roger      Stewart
Mr. & Mrs.   Tom            McClymont                 Mr.          Michael    Sullivan
Mr. & Mrs.   Don            McClymont                 Mr. & Mrs.   Alex       Sullivan
                            McClymont                 Mr. & Mrs.   Brian      Sullivan
                            Farming Trust             Mr.          Jonathon   Sylvester
Mr. & Mrs.   Laird          McColl                    Mr. & Mrs.   Robert     Sylvester
Mrs.         Leith          McColl                    Mr. & Mrs.   John       Thorn
Mr. & Mrs.   Sandy          McColl                    Mr. & Mrs.   Kail       Todd
Mr.          Scot           McColl                    Mr. & Mrs.   Matthew    Tonkin
Mr. & Mrs.   Allan          McDonald                  Mr. & Mrs.   Tony       Tonkin
Mr.          D.             McDonald                  Mr. & Mrs.   John       Toohey
Mr.          Jack           McGrath                   Mr. & Mrs.   Ian        uebergang
Mr. & Mrs.   B.D.           McGregor                  Mr.          Cameron    Waller
Mr. & Mrs.   Ken            McIntyre                  Mr. & Mrs.   Bruce      Waller
Mr. & Mrs.   Ted            McKinlay                  Mr. & Mrs.   C.N.       Waugh
Mr           David          McMahon                   Mr. & Mrs.   Robert     Webb
Mr. & Mrs.   Lach.          McMaster                  Mr. & Mrs.   Malcolm    Webster
Mr. & Mrs.   Hugh           McMicking                 Mr. & Mrs.   John       Wood
Mr. & Mrs.   Hugh           McMillan                  Mr. & Mrs.   Tony       Woods
Miss         Rebecca        McMillan                  Mr. & Mrs.   Ron        Woods
Mr. & Mrs.   Ian            McMillan                  Mr. & Mrs.   John       Woods
Mr. & Mrs.   Graham         Mills                     Mr. & Mrs.   Robert     Woods
Mr. & Mrs.   Darren         Muller                    Mr. & Mrs.   Lewis      Ziesemer
Mr. & Mrs.   Mark           Murphy
Mr. & Mrs.   George         Nelson
Mr. & Mrs.   Gary           Nicholson
Mrs.         Aileen         Norman
             Wayne          Norman
Mr. & Mrs.   Roger          North
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    The Goondiwindi P&A would like to
   acknowledge the following community
organisations for their support throughout the
          Goondiwindi Show 2010.



                  Goondiwindi Regional Council




                        Country Energy




                       Goondiwindi Apex




                    Goondiwindi Lions Club




                       Goondiwindi Argus


            .
       The P & A. Society also acknowledges the generous
     sponsorship and donations received which enables us to
      conduct one of the best regional Shows in Queensland.



             Thank You
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