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LOCAL GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
LOCAL GOVERNMENT August 14.— Shire of Heidelberg (Vic.).— Elec- tric Supply Department. — Supply and deliv ery, of one-ton motor truck, of- British manu facture.— H. J.. Price. Shire. Secretary, Shire Office, Heidelberg (Melb.). . . August 14.— Shire of Mornington (Vic.).: — Con- struction of draining works, etc., at Morn ington; including 709 lineal feet of 2ft. 9in. ? diam. R.C. pipes, 630 lineal feet of 3ft. diam. and; 210 lineal feet of 3ft. 6in. diam., together with other works. — Geo. Maughan, Shire Secretary. - August 16.— Shire, of Hastings, — Contract 1930 /12: constructio.n gravelling, culverts, etc., on Forbes River Developmental 'Road, approxi mately one mile iii length. Deposit equal to 2 A per cen\ of tender.— R. N. Shaw, iF.L.C.A. Shire; Ckrk, Council Chambers, Wauchope. August 18.— Municipality of Marrick\d^. — Con- struction of approximately -485 feet^l.54-inch diameter pipe line, Ewart Street to Tenny son Stncet. Terms of payment: 3 years' terms, interest 6 per cen...
POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
? POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT August 19. — General — Supply of jacks. Sche dule C.618. . September 2. — General.— Supply of cable, un; derground and aerial. Schedule C.643. September 9. — General.— Supply of blow lamps. ' Schedule C.655. ' ? ? September 16. — General. — Supply of petrol elec tric sets. Schedule C.635. September 16. — General. — Supply, of insulated wire. Schedule C.631. V September 16. — General. — -Supply of cords, switchboard. Schedule C.626. September 16. — General. — Supply of instrument .cords. Schedule C.627. November 18. — General. — Supplv of ringing equipment and automatic exchanges. . Sched ule C.648.. : - ' November 18.— GeneraSl. — Supply of receivers' and associated Darts,. Schedule C.649.' November 25.— General. — Supplv of motor generator sets. Schedule C.651. 'September 23. — General. — Supply of lead seals and sealers. Schedule C.646. September 23. — General. — Supply of rectifiers and charging resistances. Schedule C.639. September 23. — Genera...
STATE ELECTRICITY COMMISSION OF VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
STATE ELECTRICITY COMMISSION OF VICTORIA August 18. — Specification No. 30/991. — Supply delivery, etc., of 22,000 V.. C.I. jointing boices. P.D., £10. Charge for specification; 10/ f or two copies, returnable mder certain conr ditions, as specified Extr,- ' copies, 5/- each, liot returnable. ? v August 18.— Specification No. 30/ 1 00. — Supply delivery, etc., of rccordinig instruments (water and air temperature, etc.). P-.D. £10. September 8.— Specification 'No. 30/- / .—Supply . delivery, etc,. 1000 k.v.a. transfc. :er and spares. P.D. £10. Specification £1/1/- for three returnable. . ....... October 6,.— Spec. No. 30/83.— Supply, deliv ery, etc., of combined res'gulating and non return valves. P.D. £10. Spec. 5/- for/two copies returnable. — W. J. Price, Secretary, 22/32 William iSt.r Melbourne..
PUBLIC WORKS OFFICE, MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
PUBLIC WORKS OFFICE, MELBOURNE August 14.— Boweya. — New - building, State . School No. 2488. Particulars at Police Sta- - tions, St. James and Wangaratta. P.D. £10. F.D, 5 per cent. V August 14. — Eaglehawk.— Repairs, Police Sta - tion. Particulars at Inspector, of Works, Bendigo. P.D. £5. August- 14. — Echuca.— Repairs, Police Station . Particulars at Police , Station, Echuca and Inspector of Works, Bendigo. P.D. £5-; August 14.— Footscray — -Additions, Police vSta- , tion. P.D. £10. iF.D. 5 per cent. ; . August 14.— Pyramid.— Addition's,' painting, and repairs, Police Station. Particulars at Police Station, Pyramid, and Inspector of Works, Bendigo. P.D. £5. F.D. 5 per cent. . ' August 14. — Richmond — Renovations and re pairs, State . School ? No,. ; 1396,' -Brighton* St'. P.D., £5. FjD., ? 5 per cent. ' ? ' ; ? / - ' August 14. — Tongala. — Repairs and 'painting, ?Police Station. Particulars at Police Stations ' . Echuca, Sheppar ton and Tongala. ' P;D. £5. ?????_ . .... ?; Augu...
NEWCASTLE CONSTRUCTION The Official Organ of the Newcastle Branch of the Master Builders' Association of New South Wales. Newcastle Master Builders GENERAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
[?] The Official Organ of the Newcastle Branch of the Master Builders' Association of New South Wales. Newcastle Master Builders GENERAL MEETING ' The monthly general meeting of the New castle Branch of the Master ? Builders' Asso ciation will be held in the Exchange Rooms. Newcastle, 'on 'Tuesday night next,' the 19th instant at 8 p.m. Included among the business will be the ballot for election to membership elf the Hunter Gate arid Fence Company (represented by Mr. Howarth), and Mr. Albert V. Toll. At the conclusion of the business the As sociation will be lectured by Mr. A. Hudson. 'A.M. I.E. , (Aust,) in a second lecture 011 'The Lab out1 and Financial Problem- of Australia.'' Already invitations have gone to representa tives' of the kindred associations of the dis trict, together with some of the friends of Newcastle members. The President of the -Association emphasises that any member is at~ liberty to bring a friend to the lecture', which.' is timed to commence at 8.45 p.m. M...
MASTER BUILDERS' FEDERATION Convention at Hobart This Year [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
MASTER BUILDERS' FEDERATION Convention at. Hobart This Year ? ... At the last Committee Meeting of the New castle Branch of the Master Builders' Asso ciation, it was decided that two representatives from Newcastle be selected to attend the forth- . coming Federal Convention at Hobart, Tas mania. . The Association usually: delegates the Presi dent and Vice-President to this important event, but rumour has it that the Vice-President, who is contesting the Maitland seat at the forthcoming election, will not be able to make the trip. The General Meeting next week will deter mine who shall journey to Hobart as the As sociation.^ representatives.
MASTER BUILDERS' MEETINGS [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
MASTER BUILDERS' MEETINGS Western Suburbs' Branch. — On Thursday, ? August 14, in the Builders' Exchange, Ashfield, at S p.m. - Parent Body.— On Tuesday, August 26 in the, Builders' Exchange. Castlereagh Street, Svd nev. at 8 p.m ' Canterburv-Bankstown Branch — On Alon-.; day. Septemi)er 1, in the Alasonic Hall, Campsie. at 8 n.m. St. George Branch. — In the Builders' Ex change (Chamber of Commerce). Hurstville, on Alondav. September 1, at 8 p.m. Manly Branch. — On Thursdav. Seoteniber 4, * in the Soldiery' Al'emorial H'all, iManly, at 8 p.m. '
HUNTER DISTRICT WATER SUPPLY & SEWERAGE BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
HUNTER DISTRICT WATER SUPPLY & . SEWERAGE BOARD Return of applications received from Contrac- '*-*. tors and/or Plumbers for supply of water for new. buildings proposed to be erected for the week ended August 7, 1930.: — Waratah. — W. B . Cottage, Hunter Street.— -R. G. Perry.. ? . V Cardiff.— W.B. Cottage, Second Street and Peach Avenue.. — Mrs. E. Henderson. Merewether.— W.B. Cottage, Lockyer Street. — E. G). Hansen. A da 111 s t o w n .— -B r i ck Fo 11 11 d a t i 011 s / . B r u n ke r R d . — 'Dr1. Ostinga. ' * Cardiff.— W.B. Cottage, ^ Government Road.— . T. and E. Rooks. Wallseiid.— W.B. Cottage, Boundary Street':— F. Evans. . .
48-HOUR WEEK Present Position [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
- — ^ ? - 48-HOUR WEEK ' Present Position As the result of certain ? inquiries made by members of the Newcastle Branch of the Master Builders' Association, the Secretary, ?.Mr. F. S. Scorer, has to-day made the position clear as it stands at present regarding the 48 Hour's Week Act. Following upon the decision of the : Parent Association to confer w'ith the representatives of the various trade unions. ' whose , hours were not automatically extended under the Act, it has been reported that the Association's Con ciliation Committee met the Unions in confer ence, but the latter would not agree to 'any lengthening of hours or reduction in the hourly rate of pay. ? * ? 4 As previously stated, the President and S'tc-\ retary of 'the New South Wales' Association wrere deputed to interview the. Minister for the purpose of pointing out the anomalies in the ' building trade which have been created, by: the restrictive provisions' in the Act, ' with a view . to the introduction of amendment to...
NEW BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
NEW BUILDINGS According to recent advices- from, the Hunter District Wateir Supply and Sewerage Board, givien to the Secretary of- the Newcastle Master Builders' Association, 751 new buildings were erected in /Newcastle and districts during the twelve months ended the 30th June, 1930, at _ a total c.ost ol £802,734. In a riecerit com munication, the. secretary points out that these figures show a decline of £86,297 on the already low figure of twelve months ago.
NEWCASTLE CIVIC THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
NEWCASTLE CIVIC THEATRE Editor, 'Construction' Dear Sir, . ? - ... . I would like to draw your attention to the fact that whenever your paper makes reference to 1 the 'Civic Theatre,' Newcastle, you pub- . lish the- name , of G. A. Stronach as the builder. This is ho.t correct: G. 'A. Stronach is a master . . . . 4 . — . ? t-i ? ? 1 : .. . ? .T ? ..1,1. fn InntrO builaer in JftrisDane. i wumu a&is. _yuu_ i the .matter riectified and so give credit where credit is due. - , Yours faithfully, - VV; STRONACH, ? Builder of Civic' Theatre.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
WELL-MADE CONCRETE ROADS HAVE PROVED TO BE THE BEST SOLUTION OF THE ROAD-BUILDING AND ROAD-MAINTENANCE PROBLEM The condition of its roads is the criterion by which the progress of a district is judged. COCKLE CREEK C E M E NT ensures t^e best Road Construction Results, as its UNIFORM HIGH GRADE IS GUARANTEED. Supplied by leading Lime and Cement Merchants and Storekeepers, or from GIBBS, BRIGHT & CO. :: Cement Dept. 17 BRIDGE ST., SYDNEY. Tel. BW 1965. ; PLEASE MENTION 'CONSTRUCTION' WHEN YOU WRITE TO OR DEAL WITH ADVERTISERS IN THIS PAPER do
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT Council Building Applications [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT Council Building Applications A dams to wn .— ,F ou r-r oom.e d W.B. Cottage, Teralba Rload. — F.. E. Roberts. Adamstown. — Four-roomed dwelling, £700, Date and Wells Streets— V. J. 'Ryan. . Belmont.— Motor garage, . Dean Street, £28.— Ii. Heaton. B.elmont. — Four-roomed dwelling, Turner St. £120.— R. L. Small. Barnsley— Four-roomed dwelling.— George Grant. Belmont.— Four-roomed dwelling, Main ' Road. £600. — M,- Green.. Belmont. — Three-roomed dwelling. £400, Beach Street. — -John Clifford. . Belmont.— Four-roomed dwelling, £450, Main Road— Thomas Bryant. Boolaroo— Shed, £12, Main Road. — R. Paxton. Cessnock.— Motor garage, King Street (self). — J. M. Muir, Cessnock.— Alterations and additions to shop, Vincent St. for A. Kenned}-.— E. G. Palmer. Cessnock. — Billiard r.ooni, ^M.cGrane Street,- for H. D. Lett. — D. A/f . Lett. Cessnock— Factory, Sports Avenue, .for Mrs. H. Scott.— A. Needham. Cardiff— Motor Garage. £ 25, M ain -Road .—V. R. Petney. Cardiff. — -Addi...
NORTH SHORE LINE BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
NORTH SHORE LINE B;R'ANCH The 'monthly .meeting of the North. Shore 'Liner Branch of. the Master Builders' Associa- , tion was held at the School of Arts, 'Chats wood, last Monday evening. . The principal . matter discusssed was the Revenue— Ways and M'eans Scheme put forward by the. Parent Body. The voting on this question is to )be taken at' the annual meeting of the Council of Branches to be held, to-night, when the con clusions of the Conference between the .Execu tive. of the Parent. Body and the Committee consisting of the President of each of the Branches, will be either ratified or rejected. The President of the Branch (Mr. Mac Gregor) said that he had been informed that . ' the matter of Registration of Firms was being . considered by Cabinet,- though it was not an- ? ticipatcd that a bill would be brought before the House during the coming Session owing, to the . pressure of other business. Mr. T. J.Cavanagh was elect'ed Honorary Secretary of tiiei Branch in place of Mr. P...
MANLY BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
MANLY BRANCH Last Thursday evening, .the Manly .brancn of the Master Builders' . Association .held its monthly meeting/ when it was dexided that lectures .should be arranged at future meetings.^ 'Ait- the next meeting the Health and Building Inspector of the Manly Council (Mr. W: Scott Young) will lecture. - t A, motion of sympathy with the relatives 0* - Mr F. Phillips, a member of the .Branch who passed away last Monday eivemng, was carried bv all standing in silence. ? ? ' ' After the meeting, a pleasant function took place when the Branch presented its Hon. Secretary (Mr. Reg. Ellis) with a wallet of notes. * 1 ' 1 1 1 r The President in proposing the health ot Mr. Ellis referred to the manner in w'hich lie . had carried out his- duties and -the enthusiasm which he displayed in ,tlvc interests of the ' Branch. _
THE ANGLE ENTRANCE [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
THE ANGLE ENTRANCE Some people contend, and will not be shaken in their opinion, that a house should have a straight facade 'a' la Georgian' and not be broken up by wings and sections jutting out . 'ihere, there and ever)' where'' as they say. These 'architectural puritans' however, fortun ately for domestic and cottage architecture, are in the minority, with the result that we see more of the delightful little unorthodox cottages nestling to the. landscape than we do of their sterner brethren standing stark and upright to brave the howling elements. Such a one is seen above. 'The little entrance door is contained in the internal angle of the two wings with sheltering roof running down over it, while the flanking chimney covers the other wise uninteresting valley. On the front a bay tucked away under the eaves, lends charm to the elevation and spaciousness to the lounge. The planning is convenient and spacious and a maid's room is very conveniently worked in a plan of this economica...
ST. GEORGE MASTER BUILDERS' CABARET [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
ST. GEORGE MASTER BUILDERS' CABARET Thfe St. George Branch of the Master Build ers' Association held its Anneal Social Even ing, cabaret fashion, at the Bexley Masonic Hall last Friday evening, when about 150 revelleres made the hours fly. The floor was fast as some of the dancers discovered when they stepped out in the Barn Dance beyond the limit where equilibrium is maintained. The best couple . 'on the floor' was Mrs. B'eagley i \ -k .r ; t-% - 1 1 i_ ? _ . ? . _ - _ _ , _ _ . . ana ivir. i^enaieijuryt.- ine music Avas woncier ful in its rythmic measures impelling all to join in the fun. -Among the revellers were Mr, H. W. Thompson (President of the Association) and Mrs; Thompson, Mr. L. W. Beagley (Secre tary) and Mrs. Beagley,. Mr,. R. Monks (Presi dent, St. George Branch), 'and.Mrs., Monks, Mr, A. Co well (President, CanterburyBanks town. Branch), and Mrs. Sowell, Mr. and Mrs. W. j. Pendlebury (Canterbut^^-Bankstown), Mr,, A. Fieldhouse (President, Eastern Sub urbs' Branch), a...