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SYDNEY CITY COUNCIL (Tenders opened November 17) [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
SYDNEY CITY COUNCIL (Tenders opened November 17) Supply, delivery and erection of one (1) 2 ton travelling crane and runways for Botany Sub-station, specification .Nor 1488.— Clyde Engineering Co. Ltd., £336/10/6; Pyrmont Engg. Works, (1) £205; (2) £207/5/-;. (3 £205. Glebe Engg. Works, (1) £199/10/-: (2) £ 199/10/ - ; (3) £199/10/- (not including Sales Tax and provisional sum) . S. and M . Engineers Ltd., £231/10/6; Armstrong Hol land Ltd.,. £394/16/-; W. A. Hodkinson & Co., £226/12/6, irregular, tender, not wit nessed; C. J. Hasemer, £213/12/6; Perrott and Adams Ltd., £252, irregular, tender i not returned. ''
COMMONWEALTH DEPARTMENT OF WORKS (Tenders received November 17) [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
COMMONWEALTH DEPARTMENT OF WORKS (Tenders received November 17) Berrigan Post Office and Residence.— Repairs and painting. — Tenders received, referred to Works Director. Emmaville : Postal Buildings.-— Repairs /'and painting. — Tenders received- referred to W orks Director. Nelligen Post Office and residence.— Repairs and painting.— Tenders received referred to Works Director. (Tenders received November 10) Aral uen Post Office and Residence. — Repairs and painting.- — Tender accepted: D. Hopkins, Malbon Street, Bungendore; £95/10/-. Deepwater Post Office and residence. — Repairs and painting. — Tender accepted: J. R. Day, Manners Street, Tenterfield; £74/12/-. Oberon Post Office and- residence.— Repairs and painting. — Tender accepted: A. Charles and H. Rogers, Oberon, £114/3/9.
BUILDERS AND ARCHITECTS' SPORTS Programme Arranged [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
BUILDERS AND ARCHITECTS' SPORTS Programme Arranged Last .week a programme of sports was drawn 'up by the Master Builders' Association and arrangements are now being made for the. fol- lowing events: — , A bowls match to be played between the Master Buildersr: and 'Architects at the Waver ley Bowling Green on Wednesday,' the; 21st January, 1931. Players and visitors will meet at the. Glub'vrHouse 't for'' lunch at noon and play will commence at 1 p.m. sharp. After noon tea will also be provided. The estimated cost per head is 6/6. .? - A cricket match to be played at Rushcutters Bay Oval- on Wednesday, 3rd December, 1930, the match, to commence at TO a.m. Luncheon and afternoon tea will be provided at a cost of approximately . 7/6 a head. v Tentative- arrangements are . also being made for a golf match between the Master Buiklers' ' Association , and the Builders' Exchange on Thursday, 11th December at- the Dee Why Golf Course, with a morning stroke handicap and an afternoon four bal...
NORTHERN APPROACHES TO SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
NORTHERN APPROACHES TO SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE, N.S.W. The steel truss spans forming the curve in the foreground are part of the Sydney Harbour Bridge contract. At h itzroy Street this sec tion of the approaches gives way to the concrete work undertaken by the Public Works Department. Kirribilli Station will be near this point and beyond Burton Street the central roadway descends in a ramp to the level of Alfred Street at the Junction Street corner. The two sets of double railway tracks will cross this street by steel arch overbridges to reach the reinforced concrete, building seen below the left hand top corner of the photograph. The railway will run over this structure towards North Sydney Station, leaving the ground floor levels available for letting for business purposes. The final disposition of vehicular traffic at this point may finally rest , with the North Sydney Council, as resumptions and new roadways of some kind appear to be inevitable.
The Master Builders REPORTS OF MEETINGS FEDERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT Adopted by Architects and Builders [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
The Master Builders REPORTS OF MEETINGS .FEDERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT ? Adopted by Architects and Builders Yesterday was a reel letter day for the Master Builders of Australia, because, after forty years of effort the Federal Conditions of Con- : tract,,, which .were to be drawn up between the Master Builders' Federation of Australia and the Australian Institute of Architects were ratified by the Australian Institute of Architects in Melbourne at its. 'Annual Conference. As the matter was adopted and finalised as far' as the builders were converned at the Annual Convention of the. Master Builders' Federa tion held in Hobart last month, the Federal Conditions nojvv come into force. ? The new conditions will be. administered solely by the Australian Institute of Archi tects and tlie Master Builders' Federation, the -matter having been taken out of the hands of the respective individual State Associations. Any amendments to the conditions will now have to be made, between the Austral...
FEDERAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PRIZE. Presented to Reginald Gay of Newcastle [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
FEDERAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PRIZE. Presented to Reginald Gay of Newcastle The Federal Building Construction Prize for 1930 was presented to Mr. Reginald Gay last night at the monthly meeting of the Newcastle Branch of the Master Builders' Association, by . the President of the Branch (Mr. A. E. Rat cliffe),.who was handed the prize by the- Presi dent of the Ma.ster Builders' Federation of Australia at the Annual Convention held in . T T _ 1 _ i . 1 » . . 1 nooari last montn. f A delegation from Sydney, consisting of Mr. J. T. Turner (Founder of the Prize), Mr. G. P. Jones (Hon. Secretary of the Master Build ers' Federation), Mr. James Wall (Past Presi dent of the Federation and of the Master Builders' Association of N.S.W.), D. B. Elphin storie, M r. T. J . Cavanagh (Representative of 'Building' Ltd.),; journeyed to Newcastle for the1 occasion, and were welcomed by tine Presi- ' dent. The Toast of the winner was proposed by . Mr. James Wall, who congratulated him on the fact that ...
ADVERTISE! [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
ADVERTISE! Ts the. business feeling bad? . Advertise! Stocks and shares . make you mad? Advertise!' Grumbling never, paid the rent; Worrying never made a cent; If on profits you are bent, \ Advertise! Cut the grouser from your list; Be a cheery optimist; Jump above depression's mist — . Advertise! ? You have lots and lots to sell? Advertise! Say it often, say it well — Advertise! Advertise your goods to-day, Advertise the modern way, Advertise and make if pay Advertise! v ' / — From the British and 'Colonial Printer and Stationer. - The foundation stone - of the national, head- . quarters of the Australian Y.W.C.A. was laid at Canberra (F.T.) on Tuesday.. The .first section of the premises will be completed by the end of January at a -cost, of about £6200. ? The land was provided free of cost by the Canberra Administration.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
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BUILDERS' SMOKOS [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
BUILDERS' SMOKOS Arrangements have been put in hand by the North Shore Line Branch of the Master Builders' Association for the holding of their Annual Smoke ' Concert on the 8th of next month, which is the usual monthly meetin nigh't of the branch. No. business, however, will be transacted on that night. It has been decided that: each member/ of the branch will be entitled to bring a friend. Two ,shil,;* and sixpence a head is' to be charged to meet the expenses of the evening. The Northern Suburbs Branch will hold its * Christmas Smoko on the '3rd of December, after the business of the' usual monthly meet ing.- . '
THE TIME TO BUILD Now! Costs Are Low [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
THE TIME TO BUILD Now! Costs Are Low Despite the financial stringency, there are still a number of jobs that are proposed or being proceeded with. Builders, however, are' anxious to secure these and a number are / carrying out the work almost at cost to ke their tradesmen employed and their plants mov-': ing, whilst merchants in their anxiety to get rid of stocks are cutting prices to bedrock. This state of affairs has brought about a considerable reduction in the cost of buildinr during the past few months and in this way is reacting to the benefit of those who ? contemplating building. This must have its effect in the amount of work being proceeded with, because now is the time to build for costs are low and advantage can be taken of the keenest tendering probably on record.
RIGHTS OF AN APPRENTICE [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
RIGHTS OF AN APPRENTICE An i important case determining -the* rights of an 'apprentice when* his ?'employer's business has been sold was adjudicated' m an' appeal against the 'decision of 'the Acting Chief 'In dustrial Magistrate recently. In outlining* 'the case the Secretary of the Master Builders! Association-stated' -that the apprentice sought- to recover a sum of wages which lie alleged was due. to him by the com ha X * - . . - . ' ? . $ At the Magistrate's Court it - was' submitted on behalf of the' apprentice that he had been ' indelitured to the .company -for five years,, the indenture having been made oil the 17th April, -1928. .The defendant 'company proved that, on the 29th October, .1929, 'its business was sold an d tlie !. apprentice was ?discharged from the purchaser's' 'company oh the ?12th; December. Thus :it was -'urged.that the original', company was ??nqt'vth cniployer- wiiliin' iIk meaning of the aiuiustri il A.rlnjration Act Vuiing the period for' which 1 he app...
POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT November 25. — General. — Supply of motor generator sets. Schedule C.651. December 2. — General. — Supply of multiple twin cable. Schedule C.666. December 16. — General — Supply 'of accumulator cells, plates and separators, etc. January 6. — General. — Supply of switchboard cable (lead covered). Schedule C.675. January 6. — General. — Supply of submarine cable. Schedule C.656. January 13. — General. — Supply of terminal strips. Schedule C.663. January 13. — General. — Suoply of echo com pressors Schedule No. C.667. January 20. — General. — Supoly of switchboard keys. Schedule No. C.668. January 27. — General. — Supply of jacks and number plates. Schedule C.670. January 27 — General — Supply of protective ap paratus. Schedule C669. February 3. — General. — Supply of power boards. Schedule C.665. February 10. — General. — Supply of Telephon ists' Telephones. Schedule C 671. February 17. — General — Supply of lamps, lamp caps and lamp sockets. February 2...
COMMONWEALTH DEPARTMENT OF WORKS [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
COMMONWEALTH DEPARTMENT OF WORKS November 24. — Manufacture, delivery, etc., of steel windows for new Commonwealth Bank, Perth, W.A. November 24. — Supply and delivery of gravel at Mascot Aerodrome. , November 24*.— Bateman's Bay Post Office and Residence.— Repairs and painting'. November ' 24.— Fuiley* Post Office and Resid ence.— Repairs and painting. November 24.— Newtown. — Erection of Com monwealth Banking Premises. November 28.— Manufacture and. delivery of transformers for main substation at Kings ton, Canberra. December 1. — Bodalla Post Officc and residence. — -Repairs and painting. December 1. — F. D. McMaster Animal Health Laboratory, Sydney University.- — Supply of motor generator. December 1.— Moriiya .Post Officc and resid ence.— Repairs and painting.. December 8.— Lithgow.- — Remodelling Com monwealtlv Bank Premises. —Commonwealth Works Director, Customs / House, Sydney. ' November 28.— Supply of transformers fo* s u b ^station at Kings ton, -Can be t* ra .—Pa i* t i ...
PUBLIC WORKS OFFICE, MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
PUBLIC WORKS OFFICE, MELBOURNE November 20. — Paynesville. — Purchase or lease of Government slip. Particulars at Gov ernment slip, Paynesville. P.D. £20. F.D. as agreed upon . November 27. — Bacchus Marsh. — New fencin-* High School. Particulars at Police Station, Bacchus Marsh. P.D. £3. F.D. 5 per cent. November 27. — Dandenong. — New kitchen, re pairs, etc., Police Station. .^Particulars lat Police Station, Dandenong, and Inspector of Works, Warragul. P.D. £4. F.D. 5 per ? cent.-;'' November 27.— W est Melbourne.— Rebuilding turning and fitting shops, Technical School. P.D. £5. F.D. 5. per cent. ' December 4.— Hamilton. — Installation of septic tank sewerage system, High School. Par ticulars at Inspector of. Works, Hamilton, and Police Station, Warrnambool. P.D. £5. F.D. 5 per cent.
STATE ELECTRICITY COMMISSION OF VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
STATE ELECTRICITY COMMISSION OF VICTORIA December 8.— Specification No. 30/ 128. — Supply and delivery of No. 2 truck shifting machine for 90 c.ni. gauge railway track. P.D; £50. Charge for two copies of specification, and one set of drawings £10, returnable under certain condition's as specified. Extra copies complete £5 each, not returnable. Particulars, Public Works Departments, Sydney and Adelaide. December 8. — Spec. No. 30/120. — Supply de livery, etc., of 6600-V. current lighting re actors. P.D. £5. Charge for specification, £1/1/- for three copies, returnable. Extra copies, 10/6 each, not returnable. January 12. — Spec. No. 31/1, supnly and de livery of 44,000 V.- switch gear and acces sories. P.D. £20. Spec. £1/1/- for three copies returnable. Extra copies 10/6 each. — W. J. Price, Secretary, 22/32 William St., Melbourne. Fresh tenders, closing 011 December 2 are invited by the Main Roads Board for the con struction of 9050 feet of fencing on the west ern approach to the br...
METROPOLITAN WATER, SEWERAGE AND DRAINAGE BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
METROPOLITAN WATER, SEWERAGE AND DRAINAGE BOARD November 20. — Job No. 2208: Supply and de livery of eight only 10ft. lengths' of 42-inch diameter steel tubing, with . joint rings and cutter. Drawing may be purchased for' 2/6. Deposit and security £10'. . November 25.— Contract 'No! 777;. 'Supply and .- delivery to Engadine Pumping .- Station: -of six (6) centrifugal pumps. Specification and delivery plan may be purchased for 7/6.' De posit £10; Security £40. - November 25.— Contract No. 778: Supply, and delivery of approx. --2500 cu. . yds.- of sand to Nepean Dam during' the period ending 30th June, 1931. Deposit £20- .Security £50. Particulars, Comptroller - of Stores. November 25 — Removal of ashes and soot ? from Potts -Hill Pumping. Station during the period ending 30th June, 1931. /Deposit £ 1. Security £10. Further particulars Comptroller of Stores or from the Engineer-in-Charge at Potts Hill Pumping Station. November 25. — Purchase of about 40 tons of good cast-iron scrap ly...
STATE CONTRACTS CONTROL BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
STATE CONTRACTS 'CONTROL BOARD 'November 21. — Supply of khaki ? or bush drill. November 25.— Sunnly of coir fibre. November 25.— Supply -of motor' tyres and tubes (pneumatic). November 25.— Supply of motor cyclc tyres arid .tubes. ? December 2.— Supply of leather. . December 2. — Supply of- rope. . ' December 2.— -Supply of tubular gates. ' December 2.— Supply of .accumulators. —A. Berckelman, Chairman. cr. ' Harrington ? and Essex ' Streets, Sydney. ? ? :