HORTICULTURAL & AGRICULTURAL
Thursday, 10th August, 1967
Exhibits to be staged by 11 a.m.(S.T.)
Show commences at 2 o’clock (S.T.0
The Committee will receive a Joint Grant from the Department of Agriculture and the County Wexford Committee of Agriculture towards the expensed of the Show
Entries close on THURSDAY, 3rd AUGUST, 1967, with the Hon. Sectetary,
Miss Kathleen O’Connor, Ballyla, Castlebridge.
(£1 for most points gained in this Section).
1- Sheaf of Wheat (Judged by Grain)
2- Sheaf of Oats (Judged by Grain)
3- Sheaf of Malting Barley (Judged by Grain)
4- Sheaf of Feeding Barley (Judged by Grain)
5- Three Mangolds (Intermediate)
6- Three Mangolds (Yellow Globe)
7- Three Sugar Beet (Uncrowned)
8- Three Turnips (Swede)
9- Three Fodder Beet
Classes 1 to 9 – 1st Prize, 6/-; 2nd 4/-; Entry Fee, 1/-.
HORTICULTURE SECTION (OPEN CLASSES)
Silver Cup for most points gained in this Section
Holder of Cup- Thomas Brennan, Ballyboggan, Castlebridge.
10- Collection of Vegetables ( 4 kinds excluding potatoes and tomatoes)
1st Prize, Silver Cup and 6/-; 2nd 4/-; Entry Fee -2/-; Holder of Cup Thomas Brennan
11- Best Collection of Root Vegetables (4kinds).
1st Prize Silver Cup and 6/-; 2nd 4/-; Entry Fee-2/-; Holder of Cup Thomas Brennan
12- Six Potatoes (Round)
13- Six Potatoes (Kidney)
14- Five Onions
15- 1lb Hank of Onions
16- Three Table Cabbages (Round of Flat)
17- Three Table Cabbages (Pointed)
18- Three Parsnips
19- Three Carrots (Long)
20- Three Carrots (Stump)
21- Three Cabbages (Lettuce)
22- Three Beetroot (Round)
23- Six Sticks of Rhubarb
24- Three Cauliflower
25- Twelve Shallots
26- Six Tomatoes
27- Three Garden Turnips
28- Two Marrows
29- Dish of Peas (6Pods)
Classes 13-29- 1st Prize, 6/-; 2nd 4/-; Entry Fee 1/-;
The President’s Prize of £5 (confined to the Parish) will be given for most points gained in this section
(Confined to those living or employed in the Parish)
30- Collection of Vegetables (4 kinds excluding potatoes and tomatoes)
1st Prize, Silver Cup and 6/-; 2nd 4/-;
Holder: William Neville Castlebridge Entry Fee 2/-;
31- Three Carrots
32- Three Parsnips
33- Five Onions
34- Three Cabbages ~(Lettuce)
35- Three Table Cabbages (Round or Flas)
36- Three Table Cabbages (Pointed)
37- Three Beetroot (Round)
38- Dish of Peas (6Pods)
Class 31-38 – 1st Prize 6/-; 2nd Prize 4/-;. Entry Fee-1/-.
FRUIT (OPEN CLASSES)
39- Dish of Five Dessert Apples (Beauty of Bath)
40- Dish of Five Cooking Apples (Brambly Seedling)
41- Dish of Five Dessert Apples (Any Other Variety)
42- Dish of Five Cooking Apples (Any Other Variety)
MISCELLANEOUS (OPEN CLASSES)
Silver Cup for most points gained in this Section.
Holder: Mrs Nan Furlong, New Ross, Co Wexford
Medal for Best Soda Cake
43- Three Sections Honey
44- Sponge Cake (Sandwich)
45- Maderia Cake
46- Soda Cake( White)
47- Soda Cake (Brown)
48- 2lb White Soda Cake made from “White Rose” Household Flour.
1st Prize,2st White Rose Flower//; 2nd 1st White Rose Flower.
Presented by S.& A.G. Davis Ltd.
49- Light Fruit Cake (Un-iced)
50- Fruit Tart
51- Six Soda Scones
52- 1lb Pot Black Currant Jam
53- 1lb Pot of any other kind
54- 1lb Pot of Jelly
55- 1lb Pot of Marmalade
56- One Brick of Butter (Salted)
57- Six New Laid Eggs (Brown)
58- Six New Laid Eggs (Tinted)
59- Any Knitted Garment
60- Aran Knitted Garment
61- Useful Article
62- Crochet Article
63- Machine-Sewn Garment
64- Hand-Embroidered Article
Classes 31-64 -1st Prize 6/-; 2nd Prize 4/-; Entry Fee, 1/-.
65- Soda Bread (White). Girls under 14 years)
66- Queen Cakes (Girls under 14 years)
67- Any Knitted Garment ( Girls under 14 years)
68- Any Knitted Garment ( Girls under 10 years)
69- Any H and-Sewn Garment
70- Best Crayon Picture (Boys and Girls under 10 years)
71- Best Crayon Picture (Boys and Girls under 14 years)
72- Vase of Wild Flowers
1st Prize, 5/-;, 2nd Prize 2/6. Entry Fee-6d.
FLOWERS (OPEN CLASSES)
73- Vase of Sweet Pea (6 Spikes)
74- Vase of Garden Flowers
75- Four Blooms Dahlias (Decorative).
76- Four Spikes Gladioli
77- Vase of Flowers (need not be grown by Exhibitor).
78- Four Cactus Dahlias
79- Six Single Dahlias
80- Vase of Roses.
FLOWERS (AMATEUR CLASSES)
81- Vase of Garden Flowers
82- Four Blooms Dahlias (Decorative)
83- Vase of Common Dahlias (4Blooms)
84- Best Pot Plant
1st Prize, 6/-; 2nd Prize 4/-. Entry Fee -1s
Parade at 4 o’clock.
85- Nicest Cocker Spaniel
86- Nicest Cocker
87- Nicest Sheep Dog
88- Nicest Gun Dog
89- Nicest Terrier
90- Nicest Dog or Birch of Show
91- Nicest Puppy (6 months or under)
92- Special Class for Childen.
Entry Fee- 2/6. 1st Prize, Silver Cup; 2nd 10/-
Class 91- 1st Prize £1, 2nd 10/-.
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY AND RULES
1- Exhibits must be bona-fide property of Exhibitor.
2- Gardeners debarred from entering Amateur Classes
3- The Committee will not be responsible for any loss, accident or damage to any Exhibits while at the Show or in transit to or there from. All entries are accepted at owner’s risk. No claim for compensation arising out of the Show will be entertained by the Committee, neither will they be liable for any accident to Exhibitor, his or her servant, or any spectator present.
4- Prizes will be presented in Exhibition Hall at 6 o’clock summer time.
5- The Committee reserve the right to abandon or postpone the Show or refuse and entry.
6- The decision of the Judges will be final.
7- No exhibits to be removed until 5 o’clock whether sold or given away
8- All exhibitors removing exhibits must have them removed by 5.30, and only exhibitors allowed in after that hour.
9- Only one prize for any class not having more than three exhibits.
10- Cups in all classes except Dog classes must be won three years in succession for four in all. Dog classes 2 years in succession or 3 years in all.
11- Three points for 1st prize; two points for 2nd prize.
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