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UNDATED [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 8 October 1930
UNDATED Camperdown. — Additions to factory. — G. N. Kepworthy, 133 Pitt Street, Sydney. Collaroy. — Erection of week-end cottage, Col laroy. Apply to D. McPhee Smith, Archi tect, c/o D. T. Morrow and Gordon, 129 Pitt Street, Sydney. Local Builders to A. C. Greeiiwoody Estate Agent, Pittwater lid., Collaroy. Demolition, and removal of weatherboard cot tage. Specification.— Jack L. Lambert, Archi tect, Hill Street, Merewether. Manly. — Erection of Electric Installation, Min iature Golf Course. Plans, etc., from Bobo Links Ltd., -E. S. Court, 4th Floor, T54 Eliza beth Street, Sydney. Manly. — Erection of miniature golf course. — ; Clifton D. Leake, 105 Pitt Street, Sydney. Mitiamo, Vic. — Erection of new Commercial Hotel. — Ernest J. and K. B. Keogh, Archi tects, 379 Collins Street, Melbourne, A. M.P, Buildings, Bendigo. Randwick. — 'Five Lock-up Shops.— Crane and Scott, T. and G. Buildings, Elizabeth Street. Sydney. Seymour (Vic.') — Alterations, and Additions to the Seymour Racecours...
N.S.W. GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 8 October 1930
N.S.W. GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS October 15. — -Purchase of Scrap Non-ferrous Metals. Tender forms and further particulars obtainable at the Office of the Comptroller of Stores, Wilson Street, Newtown. October 15.— Supply of stores under the follow ing schedules from 1/1/'31 to 30/6/'31: Sche dule No. 2, Builders' Ironmongery; 'No. 5. Ironmongery; Tools, etc. (Augers and Bits); . 16. iFiles; 24, Ship Chandlery; 29, Metals; 31, Engine Packings and Asbestos Goods; 91, Electrical Instruments and Fittings; 93, Miscellaneous Electrical Material; 98, Electric Steel Conduit and Fittings; ,.100r Writing and Printing Papers, etc.; ; 1.16. Machinery .. Oil/ — Particulars, etc., Comp troller of Stores, Wilson Street, Newtown. October 22.— Supply of Stores under the fol lowing Schedules- from 1/1/'31 to 30/6/'31 : Sched. No. 13, Cocks, Valves and Fittings; 30, Rubber.. Goods; 34. Colours, etc.; 36, Varnishes; 47, Soap and Candles. 53, Fire bricks and Clay; 57, Metal Boot and Lin . .oleum PoMs'hesji 5...
Weekly News-Letter AN APPRENTICE DISCUSSES TOPICS OF THE WEEK IN LIGHT VEIN [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 8 October 1930
Weekly News-Letter AN APPRENTICE DISCUSSES TOPICS OF THE WEEK IN LIGHT VEIN Dear Mum, I he population of Australia is now 6,438,999 ancl New South Wales has 2,485,178 of that iiumijer, or 38.6 per' cent.; but we won't keep them for very long because they are making an- exodus to. Melbourne where there is greater activity. You see, Melbourne hasn't to pay the, high awards that we have to pay, and is. not handicapped by all the other trade union restrictions, so the lactones are starting to be built in Melbourne. Well, I know of two large tobacco factories ancl I believe one for Heinz (the canning people), although about three months ago the Heinz firm denied that they even thought: of manufacturing in Aus tralia. However, now that the railways have been granted temporary relief from the awards by ; the Arbitration Court, industry may be able to do the same and balance her budget a little. At any rate Mr. Cleary, the Chief Rail way Commissioner, has written to Mr. Stevens, the Treasur...
GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 8 October 1930
GENERAL October 9. — Sydney.' — Awnings to six shops, Sussex Street. — T. W Hodgson and Sons; 28 Martin Place, Sydney. October 9,. — (1) Dismantling 2 Babcock boilers and plant; (2) dismantling brickwork and cleaning bricks; (3) haulage above ex Black wattle Bay to Excelsior Colliery, Thirroul. . Approximate weights: Total 200 tons, heav iest one item 3 tons. — Excelsior Collieries and Coke Works Ltd., 63 Pitt St., Sydney. October 9. — In the 'matter of the Ascot Foundry Co. Ltd., Marrickville. — Assets: Stock-in-trade, £3000; land and buildings, £6000; plant and machinery including stove polishing and moulding plant, nickelplating plant, sheet metal plant, 2 7£-h.p. motors and starters; general foundry plant, includ ing moulding boxes and plates, cupola equip ment in use, and patterns, etc., £5000; goods on consignment, £460; debtors, £1582; pay ments in advance and unexpired insurance, £140; furniture and fittings, . £100. Above figures represent the values at 31st August, as supp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 8 October 1930
SEVAC Brushing Lacquer The Wonder Lacquer that transforms everything it touches. Furniture, Shoes, Straw Hats, Bags, Stoves, Motor Cars. In fact, everything about the home. Bu^ a tin today and make your Home look beautiful. ? STERLING VARNISH CO. ALEXANDRIA. BATBS -BASINS— SANITARYWARE You are cordially invited to inspect our large, varied, and modern stock. Finest quality imported and Australian rrianu k. factures. at keenly competitive prices, and ready for quick delivery. Tiles in attrac tive designs and beautiful colourings for walls and floors. Cast-iron porcelain enamel baths and built-in baths of all designs and sizes. Every description of artistic and useful fitting. Fireclay baths with anti-splash roll-rim, and integral base. Basins and Sanitary Appliances to meet all needs. Also Sinks, Laundry Tubs, etc. If you cannot call, please WRITE TO DEPT. S.h Keep, Macpherson Ltd., 252 George St., Sydney ? , . ? S1/4/.M PLEASE MENTION 'CONSTRUCTION' WHEN YOU WRITE TO OR ..DEAL WITH ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 8 October 1930
py w ? ? „ - ? ? ( ^In the homes you build to-day, you incorporate 1 IH ^ every convenience that the skill and ingenuity (S W i || I £. of man can devise. To guard all this, use the ? ' 1 /# finest, surest protection that man has dis- — ' ? S.L.W. SPECIAL°VCHEMICAL LEAD ' : B1HH DAMPCOURSE II HI 1 I J flSfi KlRJI ' -, ^ It's lead at its best — lead everlasting. —REMEMBER THE BRAND— Sj.u/. Special Chemical Wf' ' LEAD DAMIPCOURSC^^P^ Buy from your Local Hardware Merchant. THE SYDNEY LEAD WORKS LTD. LEAD SPECIALISTS. New Offices and Works: 'Phones Works: 741 — 747, BOTANY ROAD, (6 lines) BLACKWATTLE BAY. WATERLOO, SYDNEY. Mascot 850 to 855. Tel.: MW 2737 (3 lines). PLEASE MENTION 'CONSTRUCTION' WHEN YOU WRITE TO OR DEAL WITH ADVERTISERS IN THIS PAPER
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ENGINEERS Successes at Examination [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 8 October 1930
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ENGINEERS Successes at Examination The following candidates were successful in the 1930 Local Government Engineers' and Overseers of Works' examinations, which were held last August: — James John Duff, Ian Murdoch Hardy, Francis Henry Hooper, John D. W. May, Campbell M. Munro, John R. Beck, John Rae, Stanley 1-. Stables, Herbert A. Webb. ; : In addition posts were granted to the fol lowing candidates in various subjects.rWil liam G. Adams, John W Connan, Neville J. Cunningham, Clarence iR. C. Lundy, J. F. O'Connor, Eric M. Stephens/ P. R. Wight man, Charles' D. Williamson, . Herbert D. Willis. Mr. D. McDarmoiit was awarded a pass at the overseers of works' examination.
BRISBANE BUILDING [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 8 October 1930
. _____ — ^ ? BRISBANE BUILDING Plans of new building works -valued at £190,419 were . approved by the Brisbane. City Council during last month, which, figures were an improvement of £142,419 over - the figures of August. ; Among the approvals was a ne\y building for McWhirters Ltd. to cost oyer £100,000, for which a contract- has been; let to Master .Builder G. iA-. Stronach by Architects Hall and - Phillips. . .
PLUMBERS' AWARD [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 8 October 1930
PLUMBERS' AWARD An appeal was recently brought by . the Master Plumbers' Association against a varia tion of the Plumbers and ? Gasfitters' (State) Award, made by the conciliation : committee,, whereby it was provided that no person should on. Saturdays ..??or'''- Sundays do any - work or make or assist in making any goods for- sale, or work for payment on his own account or for any other person, except in fases of urgent 11 PPPCC1 -* ? . ' ? : This variation, took the place of a previous clause in the award, which provided that no employee whose ordinary working -time* fell between Monday and: Friday inclusive should ' on Saturdays or Sundays make or assist .in the production of goods for -sal e or wo r k for payment on his own account or for another employer. The Commission- decided that the appeal should be allowed, and the variation rescinded for certain reasons having, no relation to the question of jurisdiction. It became necessary, therefore, for the Commission to consider wh...
CONCRETE TILES A Lecture to the Concrete Products Association by Mr. J. Lamrock [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 8 October 1930
CONCRETE TILES A Lecture to the Concrete Products Association by M,r. J. Lamrock I. propose in this paper to outline in 'brief the history of cement tiles in ; New South Wales, and the ''difficulties surmounted in their ; manufacture/7 until it can be ^claimed .they are 'now well up to standard. Cement tiles were manufactured in New .South . Wale's' early in 1914 by a man named Knox., who brought a ??machine from Melbourne, where it had 'laid unclaimed 'for some time. Knox employed - a man named Parabo to erect it 'for him at Dacey ville and - tiles were manufactured there, . and, I believe, sold. Knox sold out to a Mr. Green, the Manager of the Samson Concrete Company, for £30, and he in turn, after having another machine built, sold the improved plant for £250 to a man at Bankstown. ' There is any amount of. proof at Bankstown to-day to show that lie at least could make a tile that would withstand the elements, thoiigh ? 'they were all uncoloured. By this time, ' the - -war .was o...