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NEWCASTLE CONSTRUCTION The Official Organ of the Newcastle Branch of the Master Builders' Association of New South Wales. Newcastle Master Builders NEWCASTLE BRANCH MEETS [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
[?] The Official Organ of the Newcastle Branch of the Master Builders' Association of New South Wales. i Newcastle Master Builders NEWCASTLE BRANCH M'EETS The Newcastle Branch of the Mastert Builders' Association held its monthly meeting in the Builders' Exchange, Newcastle, las': evening'. The principal business was the pre sentation of the Federal Building Construc tion Prize to Mr. Reginald Gay, a student of the Newcastle Technical College. For the occasion a delegation from Sydney, consisting of .Mr. J. T. Turner (Founder of the Prize), Mr. G. P. Jones (Hon. Secretary of the Master Builders' Federation), Mr. James Wall (a Past President of the Federation an;l of the .Master Builders' Association of New South Wales), Mr. D. B. Elphinstone, jMr.'; T. J. Cavanagh (Representative of Building 'Ltd.), journeyed to Newcastle. A full report of the prize giving appears on page 12. During the evening a lecture was delivered bv Mr. Robertson of the Vacuum Oil Company on 'The Distillation o...
NEWCASTLE BUILDERS Ladies' Night [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 19 November 1930
NEWCASTLE BUILDERS Ladies' Night At the Builders' Exchange on Wednesday last a very happy little function was held, when a goodly company' comprising builders, with Exchange, members and ladies gathered for an evening at cards and music. Commencing with, a Euchre- Tournament, the party was kept at intense' interest until 9.30 p.m., when Mrs. J. C. Davis and Mr. J. Parry wwie y i mt.ijr aiiu. gtiu wiiuici iwomcl tively and were the recipents of .a lovely box of chocolates and a box of cigarettes at the hands of the President, Mr. A. E. Ratcliffe. Two other prizes, consisting of a doll and a donkey were given to Mrs. Thwaites and Mr. R. A. Davis for obvious reasons. Mr. A. E. Myers was M.C. A competition for the ladies was then in troduced by Mr. W. E. Kirsopp, being, the deciphering of certain ancient hieroglyphics which purported to represent 'Things in Mother's Work Basket.' The gents were not allowed to take part but could give such ad vice to their ladies as thought helpful. It c...
BURNSIDE HOME, PARRAMATTA, (N.S.W.) [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 26 November 1930
BURNSIDE HOME, PARRAMATTA, V (N.S.W.) Our illustration shows the three plans — founda- tion, ground floor and first floor — of the new; Burnside Home at Parramatta. On the first floor the main area is occupied by dining room, play hall and kitchen, while smaller features such as sitting rooms, serving facilities, etc., are provided; the large play hall 011 the left is: open to the air by means of six arches as seen on the elevation (page 117). Ltystairs the two wings (25 feet x 35 feet) accommodate dormitories, while lavatory accommodation is provided at the rear. Power. Adam & Mun nings are the architects for the work and Mac Kenzie, Adams Ltd., the master builders.
BUILDING ERROR Wrong Details Supplied [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 26 November 1930
' — — ? ? ♦ ? - ? . AV - BUILDING ERROR Wrong Details Supplied A ,, rather serious and interesting building, error, was alleged to have taken place' recently in connection. with the erection of the X-ray and -Casuahy Wards of the Blue Mountains Hospital. The Hospital . Committee claims that the wrong details were- forwarded to the . builders . with the result' that the doors allowed in the building- are not wide- enough to permit the passage of beds .canning patients: and claims that the Public ,W orks Department should bear the cost of the oversight, by affecting! the necessary alterations. ? ' '/?' ? ? ? '? . ' * ' :. A- '?? / .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 26 November 1930
Walmer's Ihste Water Pdiitl for a \«lwl finish - Many first-class tradesmen are now recommending and using Walmer's Paste Water Paint. It is made from a % special formula compiled to- meet the rigours of the Aus I tralian climate. It .dries with .a 'smooth,' velvet .finish, free tronl brush iuarks, will not peel; rub off nor flake. ?U^po i s ° Iral Walmer's Paste .Water Paint' can be -used with every ?Mf fn|M!]|[|||l^!i|^ 111 confidence, both indoors and out, and can be applied t.o ?B|^ | M all surfaces with complete success. Made in White .and ^i'l 1 ' ^Ipilllte'ifill ®® twelve colours. ??? Send for a colour chart. Telephone jviUJ BW 1941, or Newcastle 780. ' ? ?? : Sole Agents for New South Wales JAMES SANDY & CO. LIMITED 326-8 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY, and 123 SCOTT ST., NEWCASTLE. ? ' MBMHHBBBHBHBHnnnanBnsBPnHnnMBHnnnnMHanMflBnHMnnBHHnBni^MHM^v Hot Water...2s. per week Now that hot water is practically an obligation in establishments patronised by the public, it is good busine...
AN ENTRANCE OF BRICK [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 26 November 1930
AN ENTRANCE OF BRICK Our illustration shows the entrance detail: to the new Burnside, Home at Parramatta, New South Wales, which is . at present, being built to the designs' of Power, i Adanr . aiuL Mun nings, Architects. This . central feature to. . where the toothed junction, with the. ordinary brickwork is shown, is being . treated, in a; slightly darker toned brick. ' The detail of the brick opening, in conjunction with the fire door and leaded sidelights- should! lbolc very well indeed. MacKenzie;: Adams Ltd1.: are' the master builders-.
CHARGED UP WORK Schedule of Rates [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 26 November 1930
CHARGED ; UP WORK Schedule of Rates . At the meeting of the Parent Body df: the Master Builders' Association of New- -South. WaleSj a schedule of rates for charged! up- .. work compiled by a committee- appointed-' for the purpose, was adopted.. The schedule -will- t be forwarded to the Institute of Architects. ' .? Avi tli a notification that they have been-: adopt ed by the Master Builders' ? Association, as - a , basis.. . : . : -The. schedule is as follows :t— ? For Jobs not exceeding, £10;, cost, plusv 33^-/-3P/o: ^ For , jobs over £10 but not exceeding? £25.. cost plus 25% with- a; .'minimum' of; £3/6/'8v For jobs over, £25 but not exceeding;. £50; - - ' cost plus 20% witli a' minimum- off' £'6/'5:/-. For , jobs over £50 but. not exceeding; £100; r . . cost phis 15% \vithr a- 'niininmni; ofv £XG! For; jobs over ;£100 but- not - exceeding; £200} cost plus 121% w.i.thr;a- minimunv. ofv £1!5; For' jobs over . £200, -cost plus' 10%' with, a minimum of £25. ? v ' The above percentag...
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE. Tenders Accepted. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 26 November 1930
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE. Tenders Accepted. Contract No. 2,190. — 32 Batteries, nickel iron, alkaline storage, for electric truck, 84/6 each, in bond, for Ordnance Factory, Maribyrnong. , — Thos. A. Edison Ltd., 372 Kent Street, Sydney.
METROPOLITAN WATER, SEWERAGE, AND DRAINAGE BOARD (Tenders Accepted) [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 26 November 1930
METROPOLITAN WATER; SEWERAGE, AND DRAINAGE BOARD (Tenders Accepted) Connecting properties to the Board's sewers under the system of deferred payments, as shown hereunder: — Bexley: No. 2530.- — K. B. 'Low, £33; Canterbury: No. 2534.— W. J.a Murphy, £25. Supply of two reducing valves, for the Bur wood and Concord Water Supply, as re? cently approved by Board:— Gibson,. Battle and Co. Ltd. (a) 'Blakeborough,' equilibrium type, £115 each ;^(b) 'Blakeborough,' needle type, £158/10/- each (accepted, total £317). Ferrier aiid . 'Dickinson Ltd., 'Glenfield and Kennedy,'- equilibrium type, £138/ 15/ - each. Supply of two 5-h.p.,. 900 r.p.m. motors, for electrically operated valves, Rycle ?. Pumping; Station. — Lawrence aiid Hanson Electric Co.. Ltd., £36, British; Siemens (Aust.) Pty. 'Ltd. (a) £69/10/- British;' (b) £54/16/-, British. Australian General Electric Co. Ltd., £96 . Australian (accepted (1). Noyes * Bros. (Sydney), (a) £101, Australian;' (b) ( £96 . Australian (accepted (1). Su...
COTTAGES [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 26 November 1930
- COTTAGES Brookvale.— Cottage, Browns Road. — J. A;ud - ronicus, 197 George Street, Sydney. Brookvale.^— Cottage, Imont Street. — G. Dick, Newport Beach.. ? . Concord. — B rick Cottage, Hew: Avjenue.— J . . Taj'-lor, La Mascott.e A.venue, Concord.' Earlwood. — Brick Cottage, William Street. — ? ? Hocking Bros., Nicol Avenue, Earlwood. Gordon. — Cottage, Ryle ' Avenue. — W. J . Gould. Granville. — W.B.' and F.C. Cottage, Louis'- St. — W. Riddle. / ; - Granville.— W;B. .Cottage, Bowden Street.— -W. I-L Coleman, Wentworth Road, Pendle Hill. Hornsby— Cottage, Fisher Ave;4— N. Griffiths, Trehor Roaclj Pennant Hills. Hornsby .^-Cottage, Galston Rd.— E. V. Smith. Kensington.— -Cottage, Mooramfe- Avenue. — A. G.. Palmer. - ?' Lidcombe. — Cottage, ; Mons Ave. — G. Polazzi. Manly. — Brick Dwelling, Seaview Street.— W. . G. Wilson, 49 Stanley Street, Bankstown.. Monti Vale.— Cpttagej Bassett Street\-T-J. Hardy White Street, Burwood. 'y Vaucluse.— Dwelling, D alley Avenue. — E. Tusker, 39 Fran...