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  1. TODAY'S THE DAY Saturday July 9th Q.A.H. TWILIGHT MARKET DAY Set up from 4.00 pm Open to public 5.00 pm finishes 8.00pm. Bar Jai hall 178 Alexandra Road Clayfield. contact; Graeme Day 0402 841 627 for information and bookings. Hire of space $20.00 Depending on number of seller this may be reduced. Any Hobby related item may be sold. The seller can use all or part of the space allocated for the sale of items. Sellers to provide own tables, however if a table is needed one can be supplied at $5 per table. Be aware there are very limited tables available. Sellers can have a table or multiple tables but they must NOT spread outside the allocated area. If a seller requires more space they can take out a second space if available, otherwise they must refill the space from their car. Every Item sold MUST be priced. People can haggle over the price if they want, but for the benefit of the buyer there must be a price to start with Rules similar to the auction rules as far as size of fish and bagging of fish but with the number limits removed. So if you wanted to you could have 100 electric yellows for sale etc. No sick or deformed fish to be sold. How fish are displayed, sold and bagged is up to the seller But be aware that health and welfare of the fish is paramount and anyone who does the wrong thing will be asked to clean up their act ONCE and if they fail to rectify the situation will be asked to stop selling, pack up and leave. In this situation no refund would apply. No electrical goods of any kind to be sold. All chemicals must be sealed and not out of date No half empty containers. No gravels smaller than 10mm No potted plants unless potted in wool. Sellers MUST provide their own change. There are very limited sites with power. NOTE: Clubs and Shops welcome to put in tables. Graeme
  2. TODAY'S THE DAY QAH TWILIGHT MARKET DAY. Saturday 9th JULY 2016 BAR JAI HALL, 178 Alexandra Road, CLAYFIELD. Have been told about 13 stalls coming - still room for a couple more. Hot dogs and drinks will be available. Setup from 4.00 p.m. Open to the public from 5.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. Hire of space $20.00 Depending on number of seller this may be reduced. Any Hobby related item may be sold except as excluded below. The seller can use all or part of the space allocated for the sale of items. Sellers to provide own tables, however if a table is needed one can be supplied at $5 per table. Be aware there are very limited tables available. Sellers can have a table or multiple tables but they must NOT spread outside the allocated area. If a seller requires more space they can take out a second space if available, otherwise they must refill the space from their car. Every Item sold MUST be priced. People can haggle over the price if they want, but for the benefit of the buyer there must be a price to start with Rules similar to the auction rules as far as size of fish and bagging of fish but with the number limits removed. So if you wanted to you could have 100 electric yellows for sale etc. No sick or deformed fish to be sold. How fish are displayed, sold and bagged is up to the seller But be aware that health and welfare of the fish is paramount and anyone who does the wrong thing will be asked to clean up their act ONCE and if they fail to rectify the situation will be asked to stop selling, pack up and leave. In this situation no refund would apply. No electrical goods of any kind to be sold. All chemicals must be sealed and not out of date No half empty containers. No gravels smaller than 10mm No potted plants unless potted in wool. Sellers MUST provide their own change. There are very limited sites with power. NOTE: Clubs and Shops welcome to put in tables. Graeme
  3. QFAS have cancelled the Market Day for 9th July. But I was wondering if I booked the hall and ran the market day not QFAS, would anyone still turn up? If I can get 6 people who say they want to sell at the Market Day I can charge $20 per space and still break even on the hall rental. So if you let me know before the end of the week I will go ahead and book the hall instead of QFAS. Graeme
  4. Saturday July 9th Q.F.A.S. Market Day PLEASE NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES Following suggestions from people at the Ipswich Market Day this will be a Twilight Market Day. Set up from 4.00 pm Open to public 5.00 pm finishes 8.00pm. Bar Jai hall 178 Alexandra Road Clayfield. contact; Graeme Day 0402 841 627 for information and bookings. PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF INTEREST
  5. Saturday July 9th Q.F.A.S. Market Day Please note different times Following suggestions from people at the ipswich market day this will be a twilight market day. Set up from 4.00 pm Open to public 5.00 pm finishes 8.00pm. Bar Jai hall 178 Alexandra road Clayfield. contact; Graeme Day 0402 841 627 for information and bookings. PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF INTEREST
  6. Sharing this for the Sydney members of the forum. ATTENTION ALL CICHLID LOVERS! Labyrinth Aquarium has a special event coming up for you! We have been given the rare privilege of hosting a world-renowned expert on the family Cichlidae - Anton Lamboj. Details: Wednesday, 9th March, 7pm. Labyrinth Aquarium 16 Ninth Avenue, CAMPSIE Anton hails from Vienna and is the recognised authority on the Cichlids of West Africa. Many of us enjoy the very species he studies as mainstays in our hobby. Genera include Hemichromis (Jewel Cichlids), Steatocranus (Lionhead Cichlids), Pelvicachromis (Kribensis) and many more. He is a dynamic speaker, and will wow the crowd with his impressive wealth of knowledge. Anton's book, "The Cichlid Fishes of WesternAfrica" is a masterpiece. It will be available for purchase on the day,and Anton will be most happy to Autograph it for you. All guests will be given samples of Dainichi foods and free Marine Pure cubes!!! Anton will give two presentations. We will hear from him in a 60 seat lecture room - immediately next door to Labyrinth Aquarium! Between the presentations, guests will enjoy a buffet dinner at Labyrinth Aquarium. And... To tickle the tastebuds even better, there will be foods from all over the world, with traditional West African cuisine as one of the options - delightful flavours which must be tasted to be believed! After the second presentation, we will come back to Labyrinth Aquarium for guests to share in the awesome prize pool we have amassed for you - through the generous help of our sponsors, Aqua Premium and Kong's Australia. Prizes up for grabs include: 1 x Aqua-El 30W UV Steriliser 1 x 300W Aqua-El Gold Heater 2 x Aqua-El Reef Circulator 10,000 2 x 250g Dainichi Foods 1 x Aqua One Nautilus 800 Canister Filter 1 x 300W ThermoSafeHeater 1 x Stellar 380D Air Pump 1 x $100 voucher for Labyrinth Aquarium And more!!!! Registration for the event is $50.00 and may be paid instore prior to the event, or over the phone on 02 8068 4853. PLEASE NOTE: Current financial members of the New South Wales Cichlid Society, including the Illawarra Branch have a 50% registration fee subsidy available to them, funded by the Sydney branch. We're looking forward to seeing you there!
  7. Here is the Show Schedule for the Caboolture Show 2013 Section 19 Aquarium Competition CHIEF STEWARD: Cary Bielenberg ph: 0407 572 253 ASSISTING STEWARDS: B. Trim, A. Rutherford, G. Day & S. Kaehne. (a) Entries to be posted to “The Secretary” Queensland Aquarium Hobbyists, PO Box 118, Wamuran 4512. Or handed to a steward at a QAH club meeting ( Entry fee is $2.00 per nominated entry. © Entries close at 10pm Friday 24th May 2013, late entries may not be accepted due to space. (d) Entry fees must accompany the Entry Form. Cheques to be made payable to Caboolture & District PA & I Assn Ltd (e) Entries may be installed from Sunday 2nd June 2013 between 2.00pm and 10.00pm, Monday 3rd June and Tuesday 4th June 2013 between 12.00midday and 10.00pm in the WD Williamson Pavilion. (f) Hands out of entries at 10.00pm Tuesday 4th June 2013 and judging will be Wednesday night, 5th June 2013. (g) Equipment supplied includes - stands, lights, power supply and air supply. (h) Exhibitors to supply - their own Heaters, 1 x 1m (36”) lead / power board (S.E.C. approved), and their own Aquariums, which must be either; (1) 600mm (long) x 380mm (high) x 380 up to 460mm (wide) - 24” x 15” x 15 to 18” or (2) 900mm (long) x 460mm (high) x 380 up to 460mm (wide) - 36” x 18” x.15 to 18” or (3) 1200mm (long) x 460mm (high) x 380up to 460mm (wide) - 48” x 18” x 15 to 18”. (i) Limited QAH tanks are available for use on a first in first served basis. (j) Maximum of two (2) competitive fish entries per tank. Three (3) competitive entries are permitted only when a combination of Fish plus any of, Community, Planted , Furnished and Novelty are entered (k) Classes 1 through to 9 will be judged using the International Betta Congress judging criteria. (l) Classes 24 and 25, Design and Technique classes will be judged at 50 points for Design and 50points for Technique. Fish will not count towards overall score. All plants, rocks, ornaments, filtration and gravel will be provided. There will be limited entries in these classes. (m) All other Classes will be judged in accordance with QFAS judging criteria. (n) Fish to be judged to nominated by the competitor. (o) Animals (any fish, invertebrate, amphibian or reptile) other than those nominated for judging may be included to improve the quality of the display. (p) Where permits are required for display of animals/fish, copies of the permits must be provided to the stewards. (q) When rare or new species are entered for judging, it is up to the competitor to provide supporting documentation. Otherwise the entry will be judged at the Chief Steward’s discretion. ® All entries are eligible for Best Display. (s) Any sick fish will not be judged. (t) Steward’s collective decision is final. (u) A copy of rules and standards will be available upon request at all times. (v) All entries must fit into supplied stands, no free standing entries admitted. (w) Entries to be removed between 4.00pm and 9.00pm Sunday 9th June 2013. (x) All care is taken with entries, but the Society accepts no responsibility for any loss or damages incurred. CLASSES 1 Betta Splendens – School Grooming Challenge 2. Betta Splendens – Vieltail 3. Betta Splendens – Crowntail 4. Betta Splendens – Halfmoon 5. Betta Splendens – Doubletail 6. Betta Splendens – Plakat 7. Betta Splendens – Female 8. Betta Splendens – A.O.V. 9. Wild Betta (all non Splendens species) 10. Australian Native Rainbows and Sunfish 11. Any other variety of Native Fish 12. Goldfish 13. Livebearers 14. Anabandits (other than Bettas) 15. Tetras, Rasboras, Danios 16. Catfish 17. African and Asian Cichlids 18. American Cichlids 19. Any other variety tropical fish 20. Novice (open to exhibitors who have never won a prize) 21. Community Tank. Animals that live together in harmony. Preferences given to communities from the same geographical habitat 22. Planted Aquarium Nothing artificial allowed in tank. 23. Furnished Aquarium 24. Design & Technique 25. Design & Technique Invitational. 26. Children’s Exhibit (5 to 16years) 27. Novelty 28. Large Fish (Tank Busters) 29. Marine For any queries concerning classes and conditions contact either ; the Chief Steward, Cary Bielenberg on 0407 572 253, email: cary@bielenberg.id.au or Graeme Day on 0402 841 627, email gday@firstclassaccounts.com Also alternately check out more info on the QAH Website: www.qah.org.au PRIZES AND AWARDS Best Display of Show $150, trophy and certificate Champion Tropical (Classes 13 to 16 & 20) $50, trophy and certificate Champion Cichlid (Classes 17, 18 & 20) $50, trophy and certificate Champion AOV (Classes 10, 11, 12, 19, 20 &29) $50, trophy and certificate Champion Betta (Classes 2 to 9) $50, trophy and certificate Special Trophies; Class 1 – School Grooming Challenge Class 25 – Design & Technique Invitational Classes Prizes (excluding 1 & 25) 1st Place $25 and certificate 2nd Place $15 and certificate 3rd Place $5 and certificate ENTRY FORM available if you email gday@firstclassaccounts.com.au
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