Smeaton, Spring Hill and Bullarook Agricultural Association

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Background

History

THE SMEATON, SPRING HILL, AND BULLAROOK AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION’S EXHIBITION.
‘CLASS G. – MACHINERY.
Best Steam Thrashing Machine, Alexander Tankard; £5.
Best Adelaide Stripper, D. Carmichael; £5.
Best Reaper and Mower, John Gibb, Ballarat; £5.
Best Chaffcutter, Thomas Davey and Co; £1.
Best Stripping, Cleaning, and Bagging Machine, D. Carmichael; £5.
CLASS H. – IMPLEMENTS.
Best Swing Plough, Thomas Davey and Co; £1.
Best Wheel Plough, N. Jamieson; £1.
Best Turnwrest Plough, N. Jamieson; £1.
Best Drill Scarifier, N. Jamieson; £1.
Best Grubber and Cultivator – N. Jamieson, £1.
Best Harrows for general use – N. Jamieson, £1.
Best Set of Cart and Plough Harness – J. Gray, Ballarat, 1; W. Miller, £1.
Best Cheese Press – W. Anderson, £1.’
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Site

Innovations

Community Involvement

Works Produced

Workplace Relations

The People

Legacies

See also

Further Notes

References

  1. The Star (Ballarat, Vic. : 1855 - 1864), Friday 7 November 1862, page 3.


Further Reading

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--Beth Kicinski 13:35, 30 December 2012 (EST)

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