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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

VICTORIAN REFERENCE INDEX. ARCHITECTS. Jenkin, J., Statton Street, Ivanhoe. Pearce & Nash, 360 Collins Street, Melbourne. Rice, Charles I., 414 Collins Street, Melbourne. Smith, W. H., 28 Market Street, Melbourne. Hudson, Philip B., 443 Chancery Lane, Melbourne. Peck, A. and H. L., 99 Queen Street, Melbourne. Ward, J. Vincent, 45 Market Street, Melbourne. ' Burke, J. Edmund (Loc. Rep. Soc. of Arch., London), 285 Collins Street. Anketell & K. Henderson, 352 Collins Street. Garrett, Gordon & Co., 583 High Street, Northcote. BUILDERS. Hansen, L., 21 Walker Street, Clifton Hill. Oliver, A. G., 'Graceburn,' Dandenong Road, Oakleigh. Holden, W. F., Ballantyne Street, Northcote. Lorensen, M., 25 Coventry Street, S. Melbourne- . . Nixon & Co., 20 Little Crernorne Street, Richmond. Murphy, W. H., Corner Linda Cr. & Ruby St., Grace Park, Hawthorn. Cookson, A., 65 Butler Street, North Richmond. Langford, C, 275 Bridge Road, Richmond. Cen. 297. Peters, A....

Publication Title: Construction And Local Government Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

J. C. &©©DWIN & Co. ! ESTABLISHED 1875. Class Merchants Importers of I Plate, Sheet and | Ornamental Glass I SPECIALITIES : i Glass Bending, Bevelling, Silvering, I Embossing, Leadlights, Mirrors for | Shop Fittings, etc. | Sole Agents for Rendles' Invincible Glazing i Bars, fixed on Roofs complete. II Warehouse and Works : I Myrtle Street, SYDNEY TEL. 97 REDFERN The Neuchatcl Asphalte Co. Ltd. (of London). Royal Insurance Buildings, corner Pitt an Spring StrMti, Sydney. : Contracts Accepted at Lowest Prices. Tels., 2000 Central, 4522 City. SOLE OWNERS OF THE Val de Travers Asphalte Mines BANKS BROS., Agents for N.S.W. THE STRENGTH OF Reinforced Concrete Dopends on the Effioaoy of the Principle of Relnforciu. ...-,i. JOHNSON'S Wire Lattice System Always Clves Satisfaction. Full particulars from R. JOHNSON, CLAPHAM & MORRIS, Ltd. 107 Pltt-streot, Sydney, and 231 Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. Concrete Mixers 4 designs of batch and continuous from £25 and upwards...

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BAROMETER OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

BAROMETER OF PRICES. Those Prices are revised every Monday, and though sub ject to market fluctuations, every care is taken to provo accuracv. AIRBRICKS.— Galv., S; per dozen. ' BRICKS.— xVt kiln, Common, 45,; Face (red), 67/; Face (black), 77/; Clinkers, 39/; Callows, 39/; D.P. square, 90/-; Face Stock Moulds, 103/- to 128/-; Moulded, £7 to £y. BLUE METAL AND SCREENINGS.— On Government wharves or rail, Sydney, freight paid, 2J^in. gauge '?-/-. lyiin. 12/-. Screenings and Topping, 12/- per ton (2-1 cubic feet). CEILINGS. — Steel from 1/6 per sq. yard (material only), Fibro-Ceinent 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, 12x4, 5/32in. thick, 2/- per square yard; 3/i6in. thick, 2/3 per square yard. Double compressed, smooth both sides, 4 x 4. 43/i6in. — 2/6 per square yard. CEMENT. — 13/6 per 3 bags on truck at Darling Harbor. DAMPCOURSE.— Rub...

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N.S.W. MASTER BUILDERS. Annual Meeting. Mr. W. Williamson Elected President. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

N.S.W. MASTER BUILDERS. Annual Meeting. Mr. W. Williamson Elected President. The annual— meeting of the N.S.W. Master Builders' Association was held last week. Mr. G. P. Jones, jun., was in the chair. The attendance / was larger than, ordinarily, but not satisfactory in point of numbers for an annual meeting. This fact was commented on. The presence of several* life members was noted with satisfaction. ' Vernon Memorial. A letter was read ffpm Mr. G. A. Taylor, drawing attention to' 'the .movement -to establish a Vernon memorial. An appeal was made for the support of master builders, in view of the many acts of kind ness rendered them individually and as an Associa tion by the late Colonel during his official career. Mr James Wall moved that the Association be1 represented at the public meeting to be convened by the Lord Mayor, for the purpose indicated in the letter, and that a subscription list be opened in the Association's rooms. He added that master builders would be only doing...

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Architects, Builders and Engineers THE CANBERRA CONTROVERSY. Offer by the Town Planning Association. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

Architects, Builders and Engineers THE CANBERRA CONTROVERSY. Offer by the Town Planning Association. In Saturday's 'S.M. Herald' our readers will be able to see the position ot the Canberra controversy between our Editor and Mr. L. A. Curtis, President of the Institute ot' Surveyors. Mr. John Sulman, F.R.I.B.A., writing as President of the Town Plan ning Association, tells how the Association endeavored to arrange a public debate between the two controversialists. Mr. Taylor readily assented, nut ivir. v^urns, unioruinatejy uic j.-i«iucih -joints out, .declined. ,., A letter also appe'ars from o'uV Editor, withdraw ing from the correspondence in view of Mr. Curtis' apparent incompetence to prove his seven main assertions,, our Editor having made it a proviso to future correspondence that Mr. Curtis should do this. To encourage him, as it were,1 our Editor offered to pay Mr. Curtis a fee of 100 guineas should he prove successful. Mr. Curtis. has ignored the challenge, and in his foll...

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HOW KOGARAH HAS PROGRESSED. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

HOW KOGARAH HAS PROGRESSED. Town Clerk Evans gives seven examples of Kogarah's progress : — (1) The increase in the number of buildings for the last twelve months has been approximately 400, at an estimated cost of £140,000. (2) The increase in population about 2000. (3) The increase in A'alues: Unimproved capital value £37,850, improved capi tal value £127,005, assessed annual value £8,923. (4) Recent sales have disclosed the value of the main business frontage to be £27 per foot. (5) During the year municipal offices have been erected, which from an architectural and convenience point of view are equal to any offices in the State. (6) A loan was raised for one ward during 1912, for the purpose of kerbing and. guttering and brick paving all the streets of that ward, and the work is almost completed, making a wonderful and most desirable improvement in the appearance of that particular district. (7) A number of new estates were opened up during the year, about 30' subdivision plans ...

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OVERHANGING TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

OVERHANGING TREES. The. common law preserves the rights of land holders to a very large extent, especially with res pect to encroachments, such as are caused by over hanging trees. Thus it confers a legal right on an adjoining owner of- land to lop off the branches of his neighbor's trees, but not to cut them down. Hedges of blackberry and other bushes which are often grown oil the boundary lines of farms, etc., are. a great nuisance inasmuch as they spread rapidly,' and entail an undue amount of labor in cut ting and keeping them within bounds. In New Zealand special statutory provision is made to the effect that no person shall plant gorse, bramble, blackberry, or' trees alongside any boundary with out the previous written consent of the occupier of the adjoining land, and if he did so plant, the occu pier may enter, cut down, uproot and destroy the same, and recover the cost of such cutting down from the person who planted them.

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PROPULSION OF SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

PROPULSION OF SHIPS. (By the Hon. Sir CHARLES PARSONS, before the Institute of Marine Engineers, England.) The President, in the course of his remarks, said the general upshot of the discussion held. in the previous session was that the case for the internal combustion engine, in its relation to ocean-going tramps, is not so strong as had been supposed, and that in the great majority of instances steam is much the cheaper propellant, having regard .to the present prices of fuels and other charges. In the light of a further twelve- months' experience there was no doubt that the discussion at that time was a work of great public utility. . Last year- he dealt witli the causes of the difficulties of the large cylin der oil engine, and the case remained as it stood at that time. Dr. Hopkinsdn's method of internal cooling of the cylinder and valves by injection of water seemed to promise a possible solution, but had not yet been tried on a Diesel engine. Some of the leading makers ,011 t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

ENGINEERS, Iron & Brass Founders ^^^***~ Estimates Given for all Classes of Ironwork __**'0^ti\^l Cast Iron Columns ? -^^CQ**^*^ -^-'!T\vI\ W*^--^*1**'^ Builders' Work a Speciality ''^ \ lXv''Vg-*^**'^ Contractors to the N.S.W. Government ^^-^'^ Globe Foundry. 17-21 M'Kec St., Ultimo, N.S.W. ^^^^ Telephone 2413.

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TRIPLE-EXPANSION ENGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

TRIPLE-EXPANSION ENGINES. A correspondent writes that the cablegram, stat ing that triple expansion engines were introduced into the Australian service by the late John Gibb Dunlop, shipbuilder, and one-time superintendent engineer for the Orient Co., is incorrect. 1 he hrst triple expansion engines, he con tinues, 'were introduced into the Australian service by Messrs. George Thompson & Co., of the Aber deen line, in the S.S. Aberdeen. This' ship was the first vessel launched to have successful triple expan sion engines, and they were such a success in the way of economy, that shipowners speedily fell in line.' a ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

'?' ?' ? '? ?'??'? ' ______ \ 'MADE IN AUSTRALIA' ! TIE MODERN CEILING i Manufactured by 10 Castlereagh Street, Sydney. 31 Queen Street, Melbourne. roR AVOID PAINT FOR ROOFS. %^3^COCL k B'-comss Hot- Fade5. and Peels Oft aOT^T use COOLING compo. I ?wCT 'ARABIC.' Rfc?*er i ^, 1-!fe£^ ToAVOIDFflflUD In Evory State All | %-? W?&S -E*TSEtTRADEMARK HardwareandOil& ' C. vRAoNEACHCiSEtc. Colour Merchants. : i GUMMOW, FORREST & Co. LTD., 85 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. (National Mutual Building), CONCRETE STEEL SPECIALISTS. Manufacturers of — Monler Pipes for Drainage. Monier Cover Plates. Mon'ter Septic Tanks & Aerators. Telephone: 2474 Central. NO RATNER improved fire-resisting safe has ever had its contents destroyed by fire. NO RATNER thief-resisting safe has ever been opened by burglars. RATNER SAFE*:CO. Limited. Local Agents: S. HOFFNUNC & CO., LTD., Sydney & Brisbane. G. T. CROSS, Slate and Builders1 Merchant, 2 Bridge Street, Sydney. Telephone...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

THE FIRMS MARKED IN BLACK are those Advertising on these Pages. BRICK, TILE, AND POTTERY WORK8. Australian Tosselated Tile Co., 470 Kant St. Can. 3514. Bakewell Bros., Ltd., Coulson St.. Erskineville. New. 19. Bondi Sand-Lime Brick Co., Ltd., Bondl. Conlon, M. (Drain Pipes), Broughton Street, Glebe. Clyde Brick Co., Ltd., 14 Martin Place. Central 486. Cross, C. T. (Florlte), 2 Bridge St. Dean, Hy. «fe Son, Stephen-street, Balmain. Bal. 456. Fowler, R., Ceorge St., Camperdown. Naw. 22. Liverpool Steam Brlok Co.. Ltd. (Terra Cotta Lumbar), 1t Caatlereagh St. Cit. 1778. Lithgow Valley Colliery Co. (Brick & Pipe Wks.), L'gow. Mashman Bros., Ltd. Carrington Pot., Auburn. Rook. 34. N. S. Brick & Tile Co.. Ltd., Herbert St., G. Hill. N.S. 222 N.S.W. Uriel? A- Tile Co., lhmtlov Street, Alexandria. Shorter, John, & Cc, Doulton San. Ware, 193 Clarence-at. Taylor, Richard, Ltd., Edinburgh-st., M'ville. N'town; 657. The Northern Suburbs Brick Co. Ltd., Gordon Hd. Artarmo...

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REFERENCE INDEX To Constructionists and Suppliers. ARCHITECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

[?] To Coiistraetlonlsfs and Suppliers. ARCHITECTS. Angus, J. F., ''St. Ann's,' Chapel-street, Kogarah. Armstrong & Royse. Ltd., VVickham, N'castle. 'Phone 10 6 Bishop, F. J., Peol St., Tamworth. Buchanan & McKay, 375 Ceorge-street, Sydney. City. 746. Board, F. J., A. I. A., Box 39, Lismore. Bowen, E. J., 39 Pitt-street, Sydney. Gardew, J. Haydon, Consulting Engineer, 75 Pitt-streat. Cuthbcrt, Wm, 68^ Pitt St. Cit. 414. Castleden, F. C., Bolton St., Nowcastle. Newo. 335. Cook, ft , Maomillan's Chambers, Railway-st., Rookdalt. Cook, A. Stanton, Hoskins Buildings, Spring-street. Copeman, J. J., 72b. King-street, Sydney, and Bathurst. Clamp, B., 11/ Pitt-street. Central 340. Chater, A. Dixon, Arch, and C.E., 9 O'Connell Street Craig, P. Cordon, C/o. Craig & Craig, Katoomba. Darling, T. J., 12 Spring St. Clt. 2586. Dakin, H. E., North Rd., Gladesvillo. Oornbusch & Connolly, Palmerin St., Warwick, Q. War. 251 Down, C. A., 19 Hunter Street. Elphinstone, Ale...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

s«r MiRRORWYT^* THE best substitute Tor White Lend. Covers 33' ;i per cent, more surface, is non-poisonous, is a better color and guaranteed to last quite as long as White Lead. Price 34 - per cwt. Special quotations Tor quantities. Send for Free Sample. H. & W. GREAR 287-289 CLARENCE STREET, SVDflEY John Lysaght Ltd. MAKERS OF 'ORB' BRAND CORRUGATED IRON, AND 'QUEEN'S HEAD' BRAND OF PLAIN IRON. Every Sheet Guaranteed. HANNAiWS LIMITED BATH HEATERS, Water Heaters for Lavatory Basins and Sinks, Sterilising Plant, Operating Appliances, Dis tillation Plant, 'Subterlite' new system of electric lighting for Shop Windows, Offices, Desks, Banks, etc.; 'Sunlight' Petrol Air-Gasmaking Plant; Ventilating Apparatus; Water Fillers. Factory and Showrooms: 134 Castlereagh Street, Sydney. KEEP YOUR HOUSE COOL . By Painting it with 'CALZIC' Everlasting Cooling Paint. .'.'?. . Write for Particulars. HoskinS & Garmichae!, Greek Street, Brisbane. Good Roads Mean Prosperous Districts. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

MANNESMANN S. and F. PIPES and STANDARD FITTINGS — — ————————— ? 1 1 Large Stocks carried I?*\T* US/ATPBh1!? c»i»tfl f^lC TU /k litre ' by the Sole Agents- T OF WV/llCiK QMU. %JfI\^ MAIMS \ ^ »- - NOYES BROS. (Sydney) Ltd. ? -SYDNEY - «- ' S I

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"HIGH FLIERS" AND FIRE TRAPS. Mr. E. H. Buchanan Emphatic. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 2 February 1914

'HIGH FLIERS' AND FIRE TRAPS. Mr. E. H. Buchanan Emphatic. Tall buildings have been given some very fantastic names, such as 'skypiercers,' 'skyscrapers,' etc.   But Mr. E. H. Buchanan sprung a new one on N.S.W. master builders at their annual meeting. He referred to the buildings of that class as 'high fliers,' and went on to enumerate the circumstances in which he didn't believe in them. First of all, however he ventured that it behoved the Associa tion to state a definite decision as to whether it officially approved, or otherwise, of tall, buildings. Personally, he held them as being undesirable in places that were 'not streets, but by-lanes, where the natural lighting of the buildings in the vicinity would be destroyed. 'Not a stone-throw from here,' he continued, 'they are going to erect a building 150ft. high. Not a stone-throw from here people are working under artificial light all day long. That is not right. It's unhealthy. The same remedy applies to the high ...

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BRISBANE'S BUILDING REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 9 February 1914

BRISBANE'S BUILDING REGULATIONS. President Chambers, in his address to the annual meeting of the Queensland Institute of Architects, advocated many reforms, but none more urgently necessary than modern building. regulations for the city of Brisbane and its suburbs. At the present time more or less decent buildings are generally going up through the good offices of the architects. They evidently are capable of persuading their clients that though the civic law does riot command this and that in a building, still modern ideas of comfort, stability, and architectural sightliness do. And the clients, wise people, are heeding- that ad vice, although there are to be seen isolated instances of the shocking recalcitrancy of clients. It is for the section that avails itself of the loop holes of out-of-date provisions to establish the jerry built type of dwelling that a modern building Act for Brisbane and its suburbs is essential. ', But the progressive section is also. to be considered. The...

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BRISBANE'S SEWERAGE. A SERIOUS INDICTMENT. The Disclosures of President Chambers, of the Queensland Institute of Architects. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 9 February 1914

9 ? BRISBANE'S SEWERAGE. A SERIOUS INDICTMENT. The Disclosures of President Chambers, of the Queensland Institute of Architects. .',;- All a city's commercialism is founded on sanita tion, becau'seliprogress i is the result of human enter prise. An unhealthy people are dispossessed of the mental. alertness and physical dash that convert the natural, opportunities to their best uses and create new ones. Thus Brisbane's backwardness as a capital city is, perhaps, as much attributable to lack of modern methods of sanitation as to any thing, else.', ,.:. ,: ?!? ? '-.'.' ?'. :?:';'? ?..''..??.,?..-.? ? ? It seems ^lmost, inconceivable that Brisbane, a city of no mean dimensions, and a capital and semi tropical city at that, should in the twentieth cen tury be still 'cursed with a system that served the dark ages. Brisbane is unenviably unique, per haps in the world, in that particular, if we consider civilised cities and even the small provincial centres of the southern States. For a par...

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"Wake Up, Brisbane!" PRESIDENT CHAMBERS' IMPRESSIONS. New Civic Spirit Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 9 February 1914

'Wake Up, Brisbane!' PRESIDENT CHAMBERS' IMPRESSIONS. New Civic Spirit Wanted. 'Wake up Brisbane'! is the appeal of President Chambers of the Queensland Institute of Architects, alter having visited the southern cities and noted progress everywhere. lie does not accuse Bris bane of being altogether asleep. But he certainly docs contend that the necessity exists for more action. Brisbane to fulfil its destiny as capital of a fruitful State must bestir itself, must reach out 1or the many opportunities that exist for the accom plishment of the pretentious things in a city's pro gress. _ : Brisbane is fatally gifted with good intentions— and we all know the proverb relating to good inten tions. The city is not exactly shaping in the direc tion suggested, although it is obvious to the obser vant that it is not delving along the track of pro gress as it well might do. It is lagging and dis cussing pros and cons when there is no need at all lor talk, since many of the reforms outstanding h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 9 February 1914

\!Km&ffiffi*&-v**'avmMfli CHANNEL STEEL HRS^^SE^I COLLAPSIBLE GATES W0§&^F?^^x$ and L»» Enclosures Mfig&?tyDj^~)^ .^^S-V''.-^! As supplied and fixed at wfiff'Z'l O ((V)) -~ l \\\.V --'' HOTEL SYDNEY. LYRIC THE %i2$3P\t '---''- ' (-$%'-' ATRE and NEW ZEALAND IN —?CEy&.'L r.i '_ ;._js»%p5 -' surance co.. pitt st. i3^^^l^w*l*''wfe- _v|f- -\ ALFRED AWIOS ? *&$£%£. \ 'i '-JlL'''^' art metal worker ^ '' ''' ' 121 Botany Road, WATERLOO, Est. Over 20 Years Sydney 1 ? — — ? 1 Phone Redfcrn 544. To Architects, Contractors CKIDGEY AND TANNER'S Patent Partition Blocks are the CHEAPEST AND BEST AND STRONGEST MADE. Require no rods or reinforcing. Cost 50 per cent, less to lay, and 50 per cent, less plastering than any other partition material. Fireproof, Soundproof, and do not crack. Require no plugging for Frames or Shirtings. Leading Architects and Builders specify them. FULL PARTICULARS FROM VlllJII'brJCi * & fiiikFWJEiK, BUILDERS AND GEN...

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