Ulverstone Show 2016

Ulverstone Show 2016

Our members rolled up with their toys, very well displayed.
Ray (Harris) – Yamaha 250 Trial Bike 1972.
Natasha (Targett) – Metro Goliath engine 1.8 H/P 1930, Sundial 2 H/P Type B 1940.
Janet (Harris) – Variety Tools.
Pat (Harris) – Moffat-Virtue 2 1/4 H/P., A-2 Ajax Water Pump.
Nigel (Boyd) – Hand built Model Steam ship, Railway trains & carriages.
Fred (Harris) – McDonald engine driving a water pump.
Don’t know if Fred was trying to get in touch with the apache Indians, but he certainly had a smoke stream going late in the afternoon.

Derrel & Karyn (Haines) – David Brown -25. 1955. Congratulations to Karyn who won prizes with her quilts.
Wayne & Deb. (Wood) – Massey Ferguson 35.
Kelvin & Joan (Fielding) – Tea 20 Ferguson 28 H/P.petrol 1952, 1958 Ferguson F.E.35 Diesel.
David & Judy (Burke) – Harry Ferguson 28.
Barry (Smith) – Model display, Steam Engines, & Tractors, Stationary Engines & Trucks.
Ron (Casey) – A & S Barker Engine. Built in London late 1890, 1/2 H/P @300R.P.M. 2 1/2” Bore by 5” stroke. Sold in Melbourne by E. Schmutt as “Little Wonder”, Int. Harvester Co. Chicago U.S.A. vertical hit & miss engine. B.H.P., Orchard Spray Pump. Hand operated 1900, Hand operated Bilge pump, Ajax -L 3 hand op. double acting Piston pump, Billabong double acting Piston pump.
Neil (Broomhall) – Allen Oxford motor Scythe, driven by 2 stroke Villiers motor, Hand grindstone, Push mower.
Graham (Howard) – Lister Petrol engine W.H.P.
Brian (Scott) – A 2 Ajax pump driven by Bridge & Stratton, Petter Diesel engine, Smokey thing Lister Diesel.
Tom & Barb (Moore) – Ronaldson Tippett & Skim Milk Pump, Mark 25 Villiers driving the forge Blower bouncing the balls, Villiers 415 driving a Moffat Virtue Spray pump for the duck pond.
Tom having more problems today. He needs to cross his belt to get his balls jumping.
Caleb (Dover) – 1950-1960 Villiers MK. 25, Horizontal shaft, Dragsaw engine.
Brian (Ling) has decided he doesn’t need to weed the garden anymore, now that a selection of weeds potted him a first prize at the show.
Kaye (Ling) also picked up a few prizes with her garden flowers.
Thank you to the members who attended & displayed their wares & Machines.
Thank you to the Show committee for their invite & Hospitality.
Barb Moore.