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VICTORIAN INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

VICTORIAN INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS. The decision of the Victorian Institute of* Engi neers' to incorporate under a greatly extended and modernised code, and under the title of 'Australian . Institution of Engineers,' was 'confirmed at the last meeting. Stress was laid by all members during the' discussion upon the necessity of assuring. the sympathetic co-operation of the kindred bodies ..in other States. The great benefits to be expected in regard to public interests by acomplete affiliation oi me at present entirely independent Domes, and the advancement of the status of the profession., which must necessarily follow, were given promin ence. The particular present necessity for co-or- ' dination was emphasised, and full powers were given to the' President (Colonel J. Monash) 'and the Past President (Mr. James Alex. Smith) to at once communicate with other institutes, seek their assist ance, and confer as to a federal council or other connective mode permitting of joint action. 'Buil...

Publication Title: Construction And Local Government Journal
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"NO NEED FOR ALARM." [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

'NO NEED FOR ALARM.' F. K. Cox and Co., Melbourne (advertising Art Chimney Pieces, House Fitments, etc.), are not despondent:' — In reply to yours of Oth inst. concerning the war on the Continent as it affects Australia, it is regrettable that these most advanced nations should be involved in this struggle, and we hope that, whatever the result, it will have the effect of steadying the international unrest and that a more friendly feeling' will exist and prevail for all time. ? . , ; . ? Australia, being part of the British Empire, is certainly much concerned as to what effect the war will have on our internal trade. Our opinion is that there is not any need for alarm, and although there is sure to be some dis organisation, sucn as we nave nad during striKes in tne past, in a very short time we will be able to .divert trade to make up for that which has been interrupted by the war. Australia is solid and there is no need to fear 'whatever and certainly no need for alarm, and it is o...

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FORESIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

FORESIGHT. The works ? at the Cabbage Tree Reservoir for Brisbane water supply will not be affected by. the outbreak of hostilities in Europe. The contractor (Mr. ?Arthur Midson), who had the good fortune to foresee the posibility of an interruption of cement supplies through war, had secured ample supplies — indeed, there are now on the works and in Brisbane 24,000 casks of cement, and which are at the present moment possibly worth £10,000 more than the laid down cost. There are about 140 men employed on the contract;

Publication Title: Construction And Local Government Journal
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SOME WISE SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

SOME WISE SUGGESTIONS. Standard Waygood Hercules, Ltd., Sydney (advertising Lifts), supplies some wisdom: — ? . Much at present depends upon the steps to be taken by our State Government at the Trades Hall. A good opportunity exists of pushing forward the construction of the city railway i Labor will be plentiful, ' and out workers must be provided for. Bearing in mind that the materials are of local production — bricks, cement, struc tural steelwork, timber, etc. — is not this a work that would give employment to some thousands? Our Trades Hall might consider the advisability of revising its rules regarding piecework. Probably a good living wage could lie carried and yet the cost' of many articles reduced in tins way. encouragement would tnus be given to concerns like ours, which might manufacture stock instead of closing down. We have all the facilities but cannot compete with imports at present costs of labor. Certainly we must give our attention to producing' much that we are at...

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A FAITHFUL SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

A FAITHFUL SOLDIER. ?;?? .L.G.1 Engineer Chas. C. P. Wilson has resigned the post of Hon. Secretary to the Victorian State Section of the Institute. He retains the old enthu siasm. for the cause, and has lost none of his energy, but time presses too greatly upon him these days. Everybody will be sorry to hear the news, 'but the new officer (L.G. Engineer Arnold Dean, of Pres 'ton) can look to Mr. Wilson for valuable advice and support. .- . . ? ? ! ? : ? «_J — - — ; ? ' ? L.G.' Engineer G.' E. Minns; ? of Rockdale (N.S.W.), has been appointed supervising' engineer to the. Municipality of, Lismore (N.S..W.).,.a%t,a salary of £;$o0 per year. Me was six years at Rockdale and did splendid service. ? -His (resignation was accepted \yith regret, and he \vas. given a 'testimonial that will take Him.' .a.ny.where.'M'r.. Mi.niii is a brother of Mr. B. E.. Minns,,,; Australian ...artist,, now in London. . ? , . ? ? ?,- .--.-. .-???/ ? ?; ? , ?? ? ? ... ?:??'??:.????? i; .-,-???' ? ' '' : ? ? ...

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"ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES" AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

'ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES' AGAIN. Paragraph from the Sydney press indicating how councils save money by doing without permanent qualified engineers :? — At the Paddington Council meeting, the over seer asked for an extra £100 to carry out a drain age scheme in South Street, which a, little while previously he had estimated could be carried out iur aiouu. ? , ? . ? ? Alderman Macnamara stated that this request for another' £100 was a reflection upon their overseer, who must be greatly wanting in know ledge, if he was incapable of making out a simple estimate. Alderman Cranes moved that the whole council inspect the Avork in question, and consider it at the works committee meeting next Monday night, and Alderman Macnamara seconded this. The Overseer (Mr. G; Davidson) saidthat the job was one quite outside the ordinary run. Deep sand had been struck, and had to be boarded up. ? This .'...particular, job needed experts, and they ?! had been engaged, consequently the cost had been : great...

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WHAT A BANK MANAGER SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

WHAT A BANK MANAGER SAYS. A Sydney Bank Manager in the course of conversation with our representative spoke of the 'chickenheartedness'' of some at this time. 'They've been so used to prosperity of late,' he con-j tinned, 'that they scjuual before they're hit. Up to the present there has been nothing to squeal about. Things are not normal, hut they are not that far out as to justify !? _ .i_ _»._ ? „. _r ? i ? ? ? \\ti ? ? ?? squealing or ine stoppage 01 enterprise. wny we vc experienced worse than this in a drought, and pulled through! 'If Australia were in the position of Belgium at this moment the pessimists would have some cause to wail. As it is they don't know when they're well off, or what they're wailing about. My sentiments, as one who claims to take a level-hearled view of things, are: Good luck to the enterprising. They will find their confidence in Australia endorsed by results, and their refusal to see spooks will be amply rewarded.''

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The War and "The Sane Outlook". THE FOLLY OF ANTICIPATING "THE WORST" No Need for False Alarms The Wise Policy of "Keep Going" Australia the Most Fortunate Country in the Whole World. Trade Must NOT Stop"—PRIME MINISTER. "Building CANNOT Stop—COMMON SENSE "THE SANE OUTLOOK." [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

[?] THE FOLLY OF ANTICIPATING 'THE WORST' No Need for False Alarms The Wise Policy of 'Keep Going' :;; Australia the Most Fortunate Country in the Whole World. * ^ — - ?'Trade Must NOT $top.'—-PR/ME minister. . _. . 'Building CANNOT. Stop.'— common sense: ' 'THE SANE OUTLOOK.' After the primary fact of our immunity from attack, we might best congratulate ourselves on the sane and cheerful outlook of the people. That, after all, is only faith in the resources and recuperative potentialities of our great country. But it is sufficient to carry us through the pres ent world's crisis with the least possible ill effects. Certainly the extra thrift being practised — and which cannot very well be avoided, is not conducive to that buoyancy of trade which, over the last half decade par ticularly, has made everyone so contented and prosperous. But of the two evils — decreased general expenditure and war scare — the thrifty principle is the less harmful. War scare, as we unhappily experienced i...

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RAT-PROOF BUILDINGS. Melbourne City Architect's Views. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

RAT-PROOF BUILDINGS. Melbourne City Architect's Views. The Sydney civic authorities five years ago, in their desire to stamp the plague out of Sydney, obtained power to compel owners of premises in city and suburbs to make them rat-proof, under penalty of prosc-^ cution. Melbourne has escaped, by sheer good fortune, the terrors of a plague, and still the City Council is so indifferent to the welfare of the people that proper pre ventive measures are not taken (comments the 'Age'). Though the risk of rats infected with plague finding harbors of refuge in the buildings of Melbourne is always present, the Melbourne City Council has not troubled it-cpif tn r-hl-:iin nnwfr tn r-nmnpl nwtlprs and tenants of buildings to destroy the rats. Mr. Moretpn, city architect, discussing the position,, said that, generally speaking, Melbourne buildings do not offer such homes of refuge. to rats as do Sydney buildings. . In Sydney it had been found that the rats had burrowed right up through the very...

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AUSTRALIAN WOOD PIPE CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

AUSTRALIAN WOOD PIPE CO., LTD. The tenth half-yearly report and balance sheet lor six months ended 30th June, 1014,. presented at a recent meet ing of shareholders, indicated prosperous business. The profit, from the three factories, after providing for ?10 per cent, per annum depreciation; on. the plants and buildings, amounts to £6682, out of which it w.as pro posed to pay a dividend at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum and a bonus of 2}4 per cent, per annum, absorbing altogether £4108; to place the sum of £lO~:t/lO/2 to reserve account; and the balance- of £l5OO/:i/lO to be carried forward to provide for expenditure in connection with the moving of plant and stock from Balmain to new premises. The report further stated that the contract with the N.S.W. Public Works Department for the supply of 18in. pipes for Umberumberka water supply is practi cally completed, and all pipes laid are giving good satis faction. The- contract with the South Australian Government is not yet complet...

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A FURTHER TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

A FURTHER TRIAL. Acting on the suggestion of the Director General of AVork, the Sydney Water and Sewerage Board has, in the words of the daily press, 'decided to give day labor a trial,' in . connection .with pipe laying. As if a trial were necessary to prove the wisdom or otherwise of the experiment! Yet the members, of. the Board' swallowed the bait. And- they- are -the same people who claim the right of controlling their revenue instead of it being paid into consolidated revenue. People inclined to support the contention must alter their opinions in view of the easy prey of the Board to outside sug gestions that must lead to the usual waste. ' ? O

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

MODERN Warfare is sharp and decisive and too costly. Besides, the ? ODDS AGAINST GERMANY ARE TOO GREAT. ^ was being annually expended on Building throughout Australia before the War. CONTRACTS IN HAND COST '. s ING THOUSANDS STERLING MUST BE COMPLETED. and by that time the ? War will be Over ! Meanwhile Australia can go ahead nicely, being a ? — SELF - SUPPORTING AND SELF CONTAINED COUNTRY AT THE ZENITH OF ITS PROSPERITY. . 'TRADE MUST NOT STOP.' says the Prime Minister. In that case BUILDING CANNOT STOP. The ' SANE OUTLOOK' will carry us through the crisis. ? _ ? __pr'\D ? AU GUST . ' 'CHI- is now CU READY .:? A New Cover and New Features, ? \b*m ? ? WHAT IS ARCHITECTURE? Answered by Louis H. Sullivan, 'Anti-traditionist,' and member of the International Jury in connection with the World's Competition for the design of Canberra's Buildings. ''DEMOCRATIC ARCHITECTURE,' By Marion Mahony Griffin, Must be read by every Australian Architect. One of the finest articles 'Building' has eve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

I ; 1 Davies, Shephard & Co. ^WVjIPrJH^telf. MANUFACTURERS OF ... ^fsffi^P^^^BiraS \A/ ATER IVlFTFR^ „***?*' i yv 'ss&Sf&p «.* ^?'-lYXFHwisa iwi c i c r» o j$?^Tf^5fjE^ AND PRESSURE GAUGES. fflfl!llfil^''^^^^^^^^^'«l^^P^^^fe./ ^otor ant* General Engineers. Bridge and Parramatta Roads, L_ ? * ? I ANNANDALE. J. P. LYNCH & CO. QUAY STREET (off George Street), (Opp. Railway Station), SYDNEY Art Meta! Workers Manufacturers of All Classes of Builders' Metal Work. Metal Shop Front Mouldings, Repousse Work. Castings in Bronze, Brass, Copper, Gunmetal, and Zinc. Metal Letters, Metal Work on Domes, Towers, etc. Metal Fireplace Hoods or Fenders. Brass Hand or Foot Rails, Stair Treads. Swing Door Handles, Show Cases in Brass, Copper, or Silveroid. Tel. Paddington 207. Established 1884. WHIDDON & SONS, FIBROUS PLASTERERS AND MODELLERS. Our Fibrous Ceilings Executed Over 20 Years Ago Can be Seen in City. PERRY & UNDERWOOD STREETS, PADDINGTON Opp. Fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

THE FIRMS MARKED IN BLACK are those Advertising on these Pages. BRICK, TILE, AND POTTERY WORKS. Australian Tesselated Tile Co., 479 Kent Street. Cen. 3514 Bakewell Bros., Ltd., Coulson St., Erskineville. New. 19. Bondi Sand-Lime Brick Co., Ltd., Bondi. Cross, G. T. (Florite), 2 Bridge Street. Dean, Hy. & Son, Stephen Street, Balmain. Balmain 455. Fowler, R., George St., Camperdown. New. 22. Federal Brick Co., Ltd., Mitchell Road, Alexandria. Also at Carlton Brick & Pottery Yard, Hurstville. Liverpool Steam Brick Co., Ltd. (Terra Cotta Lumber), 12 Castlereagh Street. City 1778. Lithgow Valley Colliery Co. (Brick & Pipe Wks.), L'gow. Mashman Bros., Ltd. Carrington Poi., Auburn. Rook. 34. Moodie, C. S., Marble & Slate Works, P'matta Rd., A'dale. N. S. Brick & Tile Co., Ltd., Herbert St., G. Hill. N.S. 222. N.S.W. Brick & Tile Co., Huntley Street, Alexandria. Shorter, John & Co., Doulton San. Ware, 193 Clarence St. R. Saunders' Sto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

ORDER NOW. , :,;,,; - T- ; The First Text Book on ....... , Australian Town Planning. I Town Planning for Australia ] BY GEORGE A. TAYLOR, Editor of 'Building and Real Estate' Magazine, 'Construction and the Local Government Journal,' and ' 'The Australasian Engineer. . ?'.'..' ! Hon. Member of the International Society of State and i Municipal Building Commissioners. This book contains 96 pages, profusely illustrated, and forms a handy reference to Town Planning for Australian conditions. . ' ? . It should be in every architect's office, in view of the World's Competition for the Federal Parliamentary Build ings. Neatly bound with cloth and gold lettering. PRICE, TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE. % ?'????-?? ? : CONTENTS. '£?? . ? ??'?'?? - ?'? ? : '?'?' ' ? '' ? ? ? '?-'??? ?'? '? '(' ,'..,'?'??? ' ' ' ' „ '..,. ?' . ; PART I. ?Section . I.— 'The- Call -of-.Our Brothers.' r. -? ---\:.-:'-i-;bt,: ?.-.' j Section II.— 'The Fruits of History.' ? — - ? ' ? Section III. — 'Old Towns for New....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

Asbestos Sheets and Slates : (Speaker's Eternit Brand) FOR CEILINGS AND PARTITIONS. Ask for Samples and Particulars from the Sole Agents JOHN SANDERSON & CO.. 46 Young Street. Sydney. H. E. GARRAWAY, PLAN COPYING of every description by latest methods. Established 1897. Tel. City 183. Blue Prints, Black and White Prints and Sepia Prints (from original drawings). PLANS of any length in one piece printed by the newest Electric Light Continuous Method in any weather. Queensland Offices: 18 Bridge Street, SYDNEY. (Established 1G75.) F. ASHWIN & CO., The Old Original Firm. Stained Glass Windows, Lead Lights and Embossed Glass. Studio and Works: 83 Commonwealth Street, SYDNEY. ; Near rear of Mark Foys. ? Telephone: City 2011 WORKS MILLWALL, LONDON. WIRE ROPES ONLY. Depot— 331 & 333 KENT St.. SYDNEY. HARRY E. FARMER. Manager. Grant & Cocks, Ltd. ; PLASTIC ART CEILINGS AND CORNICES. ' RUSTIC ROCKERY WORK. ! REINFORCED CONCRETE. ? Bourke Street, Waterloo. Tel....

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KEEPING UP APPEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

KEEPING UP APPEARANCES. Sydney City Council, although it is more or less a bankrupt institution, continues to 'keep up ap pearances.' So far as its builders' laborers are concerned, as the council was not cited the State award applies. But the council has decided to observe the Federal award, which means less work and more pay. No wonder people are asking 'how they do it on the money.' The members' grandstand at the Victoria Park Racecourse, Adelaide, weighing at least 1000 tons, was lifted and slewed a distance of ten feet recently. The building was badly placed for viewing the whole of the course, and Mr. Bruce (of Messrs. Bruce, Woolridge and Harrip, architects) under took to make alterations which would afford patrons an uninterrupted ' view of the races from start to finish. This is the biggest undertaking of the kind ever accomplished in South Australia, if not in the Commonwealth. The Queensland Institute of Architects suggests that a competition for the appointment of. an ar...

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REFERENCE INDEX To Constructionists and Suppliers. ARCHITECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

f To Constriictionists and Suppliers. ARCHITECTS. Armstrong & Royse, Ltd., Wickham, N'castle.' Phone 106. Bishop, F. J., Peel Street., Tamworth. | Blacket & Son, 5 Bond Street. City 2231. \ Buchanan & McKay, 375 George Street, Sydney. City 748 ) Board, F. J., A.I.A., Box 39, Lismore. Bowen, E. J., Record Chambers, Castlereagh St. Cit. 3700 Cardew, J. Haydon, M.Inst.C.E. (Civil Eng.), 75 Pitt St. City 6245. Cuthbert, Wm., 68J^ Pitt Street. City 414. Castleden, F. G., Bolton Street, Newcastle. Newcastle 335. I Chapman, R. E., Dudley Street, Bondi. i Cook, R., Macmillan's Chambers, Railway St., Rockdale. Cook, A. Stanton, Hoskins Buildings, Spring Street. Copeman, J. J. & Lemont, 72b King St., Syd., and B'hurst. | Clamp B. & W. B. Griffin, 117 Pitt Street. City 7000. ,: Craig, P. Gordon, C/o.. Craig & Craig, Katoomba. Dakin, H. E., North Road, Gladesville. Hunter's Hill 114. Darling, T. J., 8 Spring Street. City 2586. Down, G. A., 19 Hunt...

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BAROMETER OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

BAROMETER OF PRICES. These Prices are revised every Monday, and though subject to market fluctuations, every care is taken to prove accuracy. AIRBRICKS.— Galv., 8/ per dozen. BRICKS.— At kiln, Common, 45/; Face (red), 77/; Face (black), S7/; Clinkers, 39/; Callows, 39/; D.P. square, 100/; Face Stock Moulds, 113/ to 138/; Moulded, £7/10/ to £9/10/. BLUE METAL AND SCREENINGS.— On Government wharves or rail, Sydney, freight paid, 2J^in. gauge 9/-, lj^in. 12/-. Screenings and Topping, 12/- per ton (24 cubic feet). Crane's Art Metal from l/G per square yard. CARBIDE. — 25/- cwt. CEILINGS. — Steel from 1/6 per. sq. yard (material only), Fibro-Cement Sheeting, 8ft. x.4ft, 6ft. x 3ft., and 4ft. x 4ft., for ceilings, 2/- and 1/10 per square yard. 'Poilite' Asbestos Cement Sheeting, non-compressed size of sheets 4 x 4; 6 x 3, 8 x 4, 5/32in. thick, 2/ per square yard; 12 x 4, 3/lCin. thick, 2/6 per square yard. Double compressed, smooth both sides, 4x4, 3/l6in., 2/6 per square yard. Sprigg's A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 17 August 1914

To the Architects of Sydney ! I HOLDSWORTH. MACPHERSON & CO. have \. pleasure in informing members of the profession that they have been appointed SOLE AGENTS * for RUST'S VITREOUS MOSAIC CO.. : (established 1856.\ j RUST'S VITREOUS MOSAIC RUST'S VITREOUS TILES Rust's Vitreous Tiles and Mosaic have been j used by the leading Architects of the World. i HOLDSWORTH, MACPHERSON & GO. j Wholesale Ironmongers & Hardware Merchants j 252 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. F. R. Robinson & Sons, Ltd. 225 Castlereagh Street, Sydney. ! Beautiful Fireplaces. Majolica Enamelled Surrounds. ? Wellstood Interiors. Norris Fires in Majolica Finishes. ; Esse Majolica Stoves. ; THE SYDNEY AND NORTH SYDNEY j Lime and Cement Co. Ltd. I HEAD OFFICE: 17a Pitt Street, Circular Quay. j . Telephones: 1298 City, 378 Manly, 330 Wahroonga, | 171 N. Sydney. ? Branches: — ': NORTH SYDNEY: CROW'S NEST. J MANLY: WHISTLER STREET. | HORNSBY: OPP. STATION. . | Works: PORTLAND. I LIME BURNERS AND MER...

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