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CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN NIGHT OUT [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN NIGHT OUT 'This is the life' were the first words heard on entering at -the annual Ladies' Evening, of ' the Canter, bury-Bankstown Branch of the' ? Master Builders' Association, hqld in the Mas onic Hall at Campsie, on Alugust 6; and, as was to be expected, these words emanated -from W,. Pendlebury, past president, who, where.ver he goes, oozes forth fun and jollity. Yes! Pendlebury oozes : With fun and jollity For whilst a young man snoozes He's wide awake with glee. Iie'll trip the light fantastic Till earl}'- hours of morn . As though he's made elastic No! he never looks forlorn. So popular is he ' Ain't he sent ther.e to adorn That function, so carefree? He makes the- loudest noise lAjnd never brilliance loses As on tip toes he'll poise, While' with good cheer he oozes. Mr. Pendlebury was not the only one to think 'this is the life' for everybody thought^ alike and stepped alike, and went through the whole gamut of dances from the modern one step to the Bos...
WAITING TIME Water and Sewerage Board Fined [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
WAITING TIME Water and Sewerage Board Fined Reserved judgment was iriven by the Chief Industrial Magistrate last Friday in regard to a comolaint by W. AT'cPherson, Secretary of the Aletropolitan Board of. Water Supply and Seweratre Fmplovees' Association acainst the Board alleging a breach of the award in fail ing to pav J. Tyler, a mixer and wheeler in its employ, for time occupied by him in waiting to receive waffes. The magistrate held that a breach of the aw?.rd had not been committed and allowed the Board five guineas costs ahd £ 1/10/- . wit- nesses' expenses.. .
MASTER BUILDERS' GOLF Interest in Coming Competition [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
MASTER BUILDERS' GOLF Interest in Coming Competition Keen interest is being taken by Master . .Builders .'in -the first competition for the .Master ; Builders' Golf Cup, which is y to -be ' played . at the La Pe rouse' Links next Tuesday; in fact, , a number of builders are vgetting in some good practice, by paying regular visits to the links. . The handsome Cup which is being donated and which was illustrated in last week's issue of 'Construction'' is on view at M'r. Beagley V oltice at 12 Castlereagh Street, as are also miniatures which, like the big cup/ have been presented .by Mr. J. SynVonds, General Manager of the Commonwealth Portland Cement Co. The trophy for the best morning round has been presented by Air. H. M,. Driscoll and will take the form of a mounted biscuit .barrel, whilst the trophy for the best afternoon round has been presented by Mr. W. Goodwin of J. C. Goodwin Ltd,, and will take tjhe fioirm ' of a cut glass decanter.
RELIEF BUILDING WORKS [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
RELIEF BUILDING WORKS The Minister ifor Labour, Mr. Farrar, last Alonday issued a proclamation declaring a number of building works as. works under the Unemployment Relief Scheme. These include New Nurses' Quarters at-Liverpool State Hos pital, Dormitory' Hall at Bjroughton Hall Mental Hospital; the construction of 18 huts at La Perouse Aborigines Station; infectious diseases ward at) l^idcombe btate .Hospital; - officers', quarters at Lidcombe State Hospital; laundry additions to the Coast -Hospital; offi cers' quarters at the Coast Hospital; work in' connection with the Canterbury Domestic. Science School; and buildings in connection with the Alanly Domestic Science School, tliiT ;? Russ'ell Lea Public School, the New Lambton Public School, fhe . Armidale High School/ Dubbo North Public School, Armidale Teach ers' College, Alorrisset Alental Hospital, and Orange' Alental Hospital.
BUILDERS' CAFE An Excellent Service Provided [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
— — ? ? ? BUILDERS' CAFE' An Excellent Service Provided Members of the Master Builders' Association and affiliated associations now have an excellent '! service in the new cafe which was opened- last Monday at the Builders' Exchange at 12 Castle reagh Street. This Cafe has been established to meet the convenience of members and their male friends, and morning tea may be obtained from 10 a.m. ? till 12 noon; light luncheon, entrees and grills ? may be obtained from 12 noon to 2.30 p.m., and afternoon tea will be served from 2.30 - p.m. onwards.. Tobacco,- cigarettes, cigars and such items are also on sale in' the room; The appointments, menu: and cusine are ex- ? cellent and above all the -.: new arrangements afford members an additional opportunity of meeting one another and so' strengthening the - ' bonds of friendship within the Association . . Particularly does this apply to suburban mem bers, for they have now aii additional attrac- ? tion at their Association rooms, where they ...
THE EASTERN SUBURBS' "LADIES' NIGHT" [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 13 August 1930
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE EASTERN SUBURBS' 'LADIES' NIGHT' 'Perpetual motion'' can best describe the dancing by that body of enthusiasts comprising the Eastern Suburbs Branch of the Master Builders' Association, which held its Annual Ladies' Night in the Randwick Town Hall last Monday, August 11. In Jolly Miller they refused to ease up, but as everyone was a &nbsp; good dancer nobody objected to changing over. The Eastern Suburbs folk believe in being individualistic and decorated their floors as well as their ceilings; the ceiling with balloons and coloured effects and the floors with streamers, and more coloured effects, which collected after the streamers had been thrown and crisscross ed to entangle the dancers merrily into one. The President of the Branch (Mr. R. Field house), aided by Mr. A. H. Moverly, received &nbsp; &nbsp; the guests. Those present included: Mr. and Mrs. R. Fieldhouse, Mr. and Mrs. W. Bartrop, Mr. and Mrs. A. H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 20 August 1930
PABCO-M ALTHOID MATERIALS Floor and Roofing Areas fixed to Malthoid Standard Specifications. Stocks always on hand. All inquiries promptly attended to. N.S.W. Agents: J. WILDRIDGE S SINCLAIR Ltd. ALLIANCE BLDG., 97 PITT ST., SYDNEY. ENGINEERS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS and BOILER MAKERS Makers for and Suppliers to the Sewerage Board, Harbour Trust, Shire and Municipal Councils. Makers of Gully Frames and Gratings, Manhole Frames and Covers, Road Roller Wheels. REPAIRS. Oxy - Acetylene Welding, Blacksmithing. Boilermaking. 'Phone us for quotes. GORDON MARK & SONS LTD. BOURKE AND McEVOY STREETS, WATERLOO. SYDNEY, N.S.W. 'Phone: Redfern 74-75. BUY j|r 'AJ AX SAFES. ft/. STBONG BOOM DOOR jplr From LEADING MERCHANTS TEL. RED. 267 'Phones: Pet. 317; Private: U2519. James Murray Ltd., FIBROUS CEILING MANUFACTURERS (Detailed Work a Specialty.) 604 PARRAMATTA RD., PETERSHAM. STEEL JOISTS, Channels, Angles, Plates, etc. Large Stocks of R. A. Skelton and Co. S. and E., Ltd.. London. BROA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 20 August 1930
^jP^BEThRLOOKIwE^^^Ill MIRROR MANUFACTURER /P5&I' PLATE 'AND Jtife SHEET llmf GLASS '- MERCHANT FRANK G. O'BRIEN, LTD. ALLEN ST. WATERLOO Telephone: Redfern 966: 967; 109. ? JOHN H A I R D & SONS For the best in Marble, Mate and Terazzo Work While specialising in Australian marble we. supply all kinds on shortest notice and the best of workmanship is guaranteed by all Australian workmen. Office an^l WorJks : jietaont Street, Alexandria. Phone: Red. 1124 try — A. C. BARNES Lime and Cement Merchant For Prompt Delivery and Satisfaction * 100 PEROUSE ROAD, RANDWICK 'Phone FX 1358. Private: U 3552. SIMPSON & CO. Designers and Erectors of Steel Cantilever '- wr.ings. Fire Escape Roof ! - Girders and General Ironwork, 1 Rails and Hanger Office and Works, Francis Street, LEICHHARDT. 'Phone: Pet. 335. Swanfeldt Awnings ' & ^he V^Ceu) Uogue in Colour i £_?- Available in a number of 'P beautiful patterns, om* Representative to call ' MILROY & SIMMONS LTD...
ILLAWARRA AND SOUTH COAST AUCTIONEERS AND AGENTS' ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 20 August 1930
ILLAWARRA AND SOUTH COAST AUCTIONEERS AND AGENTS' ASSOCIATION List of Office Bearers and Members of the Association . Office Bearers: Young, Ii. E. (Vice-President), Austinmer. Richardson, W. J. -R.. (V-President), Woonona Bevan, A. R. (Hon: Treas.), (F. -Sevan & Sons) Wollongong. - Crowther, T. E. (Hon. Auditor), Austinmer. Stumbles, V. A. (Hon. Sec.) . List of Members Crowther, T. E., Austinmer. Young, Ii. E., Austinmser. Bevan, F. & Sons, Bnlli-Woonona. Glass, L., Bulli-Woonona. 0'Do;nohoe, J. J.. Bulli-Woonona. v Richardson, W, J. R., Bulli-Woonona. Weber, W. L., Corrimal. Port Kembla General Agency Co., Port Kembla. Stumbles & Smith, Port Kembla. Suteliffe, R., Iicilensbury. Calcott, A. F., Thirroul. Bevan, F. & Sons, Wollongong. Finlayson, R., Wollongong. Mayo, J. A. & Co., Wollongong. McCammon, W., W ollongong-
SALES TAX Building Demolishers Liable [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 20 August 1930
SALES TAX Building Demolishers Liable Some further rulings have been given in regard to the Sales Tax 'and its operation as far as builders are concerned. According to the Federal Commissioner .of* Taxation building demolishers who sell second hand materials either in the form in which they are acquired from a demolished building, or after having altered them in shape, are -manufacturers or' wholesale merchants within the meaning of the Sales Tax Assessment Act and require to be registered. They are taxable on sales made by them- of their second-hand materials.
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT (Tenders Received) [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 20 August 1930
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - (Tenders Received) * Road Walgett to Collarenebri (Federal Aid Road). — Formation of .1750 chains.— Light tenders received, to be reported upon.. - Road Menindie to Wentworth (Federal (Aid Road). — Section from Tallywalka Bridge Southward.— Clearing, forming and sand surfacing of 239 chains. — Six tenders received to be reported upon. Forbes Sewerage.— Supply and erection of elec trically-driven pumping plant for Nos. land 2 pumping stations. — -Five tenders received, to be reported upon. State, Institutions.— Supply; delivery and in stallation of automatic refrigerating plants and the insulating of storage chambers. — Seven tenders received, to be reported upon.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 20 August 1930
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. Dubbo.— Sewerage Connections, etc. — P. Mayes £710, J. Ritter and Co., £744, F. A. Good win Jun. £762/10/-, H. W. Peate £795, Ball and Vitnell £861, Harris and Fudge £866/10, W. Kingston £880/8/-, H. Lamb £985, A. E. Yard £1,185. Kentucky South. — Residence. — 26 Tenders re ceived, to be reported upon. Timor. — New Building.— R. Curtis £249/8/6, Hill and Meakin £260, J. Day and J. F. Crossley £264, J. H. Robinson and H. Ward £270, J. Reid £286/7/6, K. E. Smith £288/ 18/-,' A. Partridge-Wall £295/15/8, B. PL Idstein £297/5/-, E. R. S. Potter £313, R. J. Gravenor £315/1/6, Buchan- and .Kerr £317, A. A. Hackworthy £320, A. N. and A, Ii. Wilkins £320/18/6, G. Redman £331/10/-, W. H. Mitchell £336/19/-, T. Cook £337, T. A. Bray £337/16/-, J. H.; Pender £338, Rixon, Has.tie and Baker Ltd. £340, W. Wil liams £348/17/-, J. J. Hilditch and J. Birss £368/8/-, Finn and Stewart £417.
SYDNEY CITY COUNCIL Tenders Opened August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 20 August 1930
SYDNEY CITY COUNCIL Tenders Opened August 18. Supply and delivery of A.C. Consumers' .Elee tricity Meters (Spec. No. 1,461). — Electricity Meter Manufacturing Co. Ltd., (1) £14,560, (2) £14,241/5/-; Edison Swan Electric Co. Ltd., £14,232/10/-. ; Supply and delivery of Low-Tension Under ground Cables (Spec. No. 1,460). — British , General Electric Co. Ltd., £21,813; Bloch and Gerber Ltd., £20,364/14/3 (plus Sales.-. Tax) ; Noyes Bros. (Sydney) Ltd., £20,518; Siemens (Aust.) Ptv. Ltd., £21,390/5/2; En- ' field Cable Works (A'sia) Ltd., (1) £20,226/. 6/6, (2) £20,024/1/3; British Insulated Cables Ltd., £20,495/2/-; Clias. Mcintosh and Co. Ltd., £21,264/13/-; W. T. Henley's Tele graph Works Co. Ltd., (1) £20,763. (2) £20,607; Johnson and Phillips' Ltd., £22,35// 18/1; Lawrence and Hanson Electric Co. Ltd., £20,605; Liverpool Electric Cable Co. Ltd.; £21,915/9/5; Standard Telephones .and Cables (A'sia) Ltd., (1) £22.429/1/5. (2) ' ' £21,747/0/3. Botany.: — Erection of a Sub-station Build...
METROPOLITAN WATER, SEWERAGE, AND DRAINAGE BOARD (Tenders Accepted) [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 20 August 1930
METROPOLITAN WATER, SEWERAGE, AND DRAINAGE BOARD (Tenders Accepted) Connecting property to the Board s sewers un der the system of deferred payments, as shown hereunder: — Warringah: No. 2504. — A. E. Morgan, £31/2/-. ? Job No. 2195.— Supply and delivery of 15 steel windows and' one steel roller shutter,' requir ed in connection, with the Camellia Low-level Pumping Station; the shutter to be erected by the contractor. Office estimate, £580.— Bradshaw & Co.. Ltd., (a) £406/1 3/ - (steel windows), accepted; £57 (steel roller shutter) 'Australian and British; (b) £35-5/3/ - ' (steel windows). Richard Brady Franks Ltd., (a) £455/15/- (steel windows), £51/6/6 (steel roller shutter), accepted, Australian and Brit ish; (b) £475/9/- (steel windows), J. Con nolly Ltd., £549/10/- (steel windows) £57 (steel- roller shutter), Australian and British. Harrisons Ramsay Pty. Ltd., £427 . (steel windows), Australian and British. Contract No. 735. — Supply of lubricating and ?fuel oils for th...
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 20 August 1930
MISCELLANEOUS Annandale: — Tennis Courts, Johnston Street.— L. M. Nolan, 233 Johnston Street, Annan dale. Annandale. — Conversion of Dr. Fenton's resi dence into three flats.— Buchanan & Cowper 26 O'Connell Street, Sydney. Bondi. — Awnings 13 to 19 O'Bri'en Street. — H. W. Plumb, Aust. Ltd., O'Riordan Street, Alexandria. Burwood. — Public Garage, Burwood Road.—. Sadler Bros., 18 Burwood Road, Burwood. Glebe.— Electric light substation, £1088, Glebe and Norton Streets.— E. E. Defendale, Birriga Road. Woollahra. Gordon. — Service station, Lane Cove Road. — ? N. Mcintosh, Lane Cove Road, Pymble. Granville. — Hotel, Parramatta Road and Alfred Street. — N. R. Smith, Dunmore St., Bexley.
COTTAGES [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 20 August 1930
COTTAGES Asquith.: — W.B. Cottage, Royston Parade.— R. Lennard, Royston Parade, Asquith. Auburn. — Cottage, Auburn Road. — R. . Coleman Alice Street, Auburn. Belmore. — Brick Cottage, Robert Street.— P. G. Seaberg, Robert Street, Belmore. Brookvale. — Cottage, Worrara Road. — H. Frew Howard Avenue, D.ee Why. ,. Brookvale.— Cottage, Palmgrove' Road. — A. R. Bioletti, 881 Lane Cove Road, Pjmible. ? Canterbury. — W.B. Cottage, Fullers Avenue.— D. C. Holman, 22 Nundah Street, Lan,e Cove Canterbury. — Brick Cottage, Bere'sford Street. ' — J. V. Palazzi, 108 Wellbank- Street, North Strath field. Concord.— Brick Cottage, Currawang Street.— C. Marshall, 31 Tandra Street, Concord West. Earlwood.— Brick Cottage and Fibro Garage, Prince Edward Avenue. — C. Fan, Prince Edward lAvenue, Earlwood. Enfield. — Brick Cottage, Heydon Street. — H. A. Taylor, 1 Lancelot Stre/et, Concord. Gordon. — 'Residence, Elva Avenue.— W. Corn-.. well, Finlayson Street, Lane Cove. Guildford. — W.B. and F.C. Cottage,...