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OBITUARY Late Mrs. W. Pendlebury [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
OBITUARY t Late Mrs. W. Pendlebury ~ Master Builders will regret to learn of the recent bereavement suffered b)' Mr. ,W. Pendle bury, -a Past President of the Canterbury.--.' Bankstown Branch of the Master' Builders' As sociation of New South Wales, in the loss of his wife last Thursday! '? Mrs. Peiidlebury was laid to rest last Satur day afternoon at the Rookwood Cemetery, when 'a large gathering '.of' residents of the Caiiterbury-Bankstown District and ' master builders- ?from the Parent . Body and various branches, attended to pay their last respects. '?Construction' offers Mr.' Pendlebury its sincerest sympatic.
SIMPLEX REVERSIBLE WINDOWS Made in Australia [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
SIMPLEX REVERSIBLE WINDOWS Made in Australia Fashions in types of windows in houses change like everything, else, and the building , owner who is up-to-date has advantages over those of obsolete design should he ever want to sell his home. - ' The firm of Richard Brady, Franks Ltd., of Illawarra : Road, Marrickville, supplies what it calls 'Simplex Reversible' windows, with the very attractive qualification ,that they arc 'made in -.Australia.' Thesfc windows arc either of the .'Side Hung'' type or the 'Casement' type, and. amongst other good qualities claim to admit the maximum/ of fresh- air, . as opposed to' double; hung sashes which at best can only admit 'half the air supply. Detailed designs, .for the purpose of showing how the woodwork should, be prepared, or the method of fixing, are supplied, so that, builders in the . country or elsewhere are at no dis advantage even if they happen never to have seen one in use. Such questions as how to keep rain out and at the same time a...
OPPORTUNITIES (See also Page 16) [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
OPPORTUNITIES (See also Page 16) Two miniature golf courses are to -be con structed at Bondi (Sydney)* , One in Bondi Road by C. Corbly for the proprietor of the International Hotel, Bondi Beach, and one. in Campbell. Parade by C. Chappelo.w, 133 Darling Point Road, Darling Point. ? Residents of Harden (N.S.W.) planted 220 ornamental trees in the new Harden park, which has been named, after iMr. A. J. Newson. The! pa^k has been laid out -to designs prepared by Mr. A. A. Patterson, who planned the Bath-' urst and Orange, parks. A bowling green, ten nis courts, and sports ground are also being constructed. . ? ?? Diilg'et}' (N.S.W.y Shire Council refuses to spend .£40 on levelling ground for aeroplanes at Adariiinaby. - - . Ah application has been lodged with the Warden's Clerk, ' Hillgrove, by H. H. Mc Qlashan, of. M.etz, for a grant of land for mining purpose, s at Metz; The applicant pro--: poses to construct an aerial tramway similar to that used at Baker's Creek, but on the. oppo...
FORTY-EIGHT HOUR WEEK Benefit Felt by Road Builders [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
FORTY-EIGHT HOUR WEEK Benefit Felt by Roaid Builders An instance of the benefits' that the. reintro .duction of the 48-hour, week ? is conferring on the '.community is provided by the Dundas Council, which has. effected a saving of £1420 in ..the construction. of Kissing, P.oint Road, which is being carried out jointly by the Dun- . das, Erniington and Rydalmere Councils. The saving represents extra work done by the .workmen and reduction ; in the price 'of metal, gravel, ballast and tar,. ; The saying effected is , to; be devoted for part, payment for the reconstruction of a. bridge on 'the road, and will s.o create extra / work ? for1 the men who would be unemployed other wise, so that they will reap the- benefit of their longer working hours. ... ? ? ? — — —
WESTERN SUBURBS' BRANCH Ladies' Night [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
WESTERN SUBURBS' BRANCH ' Ladies??' Niff lit ' . Last Thursday night the. Western - Suburbs Ji ranch of the ;Mas.ter- Builders' Association, in conjunction with/the /Western .Suburbs Build ?: ers. Exchange helcl their second bi-monthly ladies' night in -the Builders' Exchange, Ash . field. Amongst '?'those'' -present 'were Mr, G Travenar (President, of. the .Branch), and Mrs'. . Travenar, Mr. E; .Wright (President of the ' Western'. Suburbs- -Builders'' Exchange) and Mrs.. Wright, Mr.-./aircl1 Mrs. -Porter,. Mr; .and y; Mrs. C. Anderspfij ; M^r. .^an^l ^IVfirs. ;W. Cooper, ; Mr. and Mrs. , 'A/- Green,'; Mr; and ? Mrs! G. / Finlay, Mr. and;.;^i-.r§.v Harrison, Mr... Wcrrill. ./ M.1V F. Moore, Miss Travciiar and Miss Ah derson- £;';- / ' ?_ ? ' . '
MASTER BUILDERS' TRADE CLASSES Visit by Master, Builders [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
MASTER BUILDERS' TRADE CLASSES Visit/by Master; Builders Last Thursday members of the Committee ? of the Master Builders' Association- of New ? South, Wales visited'the Master -Builders!. Trade Glasses at Ultimo .and were shown the ' work- done by students in- the- plastering and brick laying classes-. The Committee- was impressed - with the standard ? of:%proficiency attained, ? bv the boys after three months' intensive traininp '/' at the school. . ; / - ?'?/'-' ; ; ? - . ? . ? .?.?/??- ? The half' yearly report of? tire operations of * : the classes is. published in the August 27th /;' issue of 'Construction.''- ' ?' : ?
AUSTRALIAN FORESTRY Generous Offer by Master Builder A. Howie [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
AUSTRALIAN FORESTRY Generous Offer; by Master Builder A. Howie The Minister- for H:onie . Affairs ' (Mr. Blake ; ' ley) has- announcedjthat Mr. Archie H-owie, of / the firm of Howie- Moffat . who is a Past President of 'the Master Builders' As r . sociation of -New './South;. AVales7 . has offered to give £100; towards the; cost'. of-; estal)lishing . a -forestry research/scholarslVipv^ and; to supply, on behalf, of his- tjnii,.' a model'- cottage, specially designed and constructed^ for. instructional pur poses, at the ??'Australian /Forestry School.; Mr. Howie's generous 'action is typical/ of the interest that:, he lias always displayed in forestry and timber researchv He. is , recognised tif as one of the v leading authorities on tiriiber 'and' took a lbading / part in the campaign against the - imposition- of tire iniquitous tariff on softwoods.
SYDNEY CITY COUNCIL. Tenders Opened September 15. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
SYDNEY CITY COUNCIL. Tenders Opened September 15. Suppty and delivery of Steel 'Wishbone' Cross arms (Specification No. 1,485). — Steel Con . struction Ltd., £1,061/7/9; C. J. Hasemar, £629/5/6; 'J. Murray, (1) £635/5/3, (2) £695/11/1; Australian Iron and Steel Ltd., (1) £534/2/-, (2). £636/5/9; Sydney Steel Co. Ltd., £703/1/-; W;alsh Island Dockyard and Engineering Works, £768/9/-; Cahney and Towe Ltd., £712/11/9; Ritchie Bros., (2) £858/7/6 (irregular; no formal tender re ceived); Mort's Dock and Engineering Co. Ltd., (1) £511/13/9, (2) £617/9/3; Lid combe Structural Engineering Works, (1) £596/15/6, (2) £654; Clyde Engineering Co. Ltd., '£572/5/- (plus sale.s tax, if any); C. and R. Brophy, £964/13/r; Luke Muras Ltd., (1) £613/9/-, (2) £692/5/6; Hadfields Aust. Ltd., (1) £899/5/-, '(2) £813/10/-, (3) £960/11/3 (all tenders irregular, specifica tion and general conditions not submitted with tender). Supply and delivery of High-Tension Cables anl Pilot Cable (Specification No. 1,46...
ARCHITECTS' NEW OFFICES. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
ARCHITECTS' NEW OFFICES. : v / Architect W. - L. Knispel, from 251 George Street, has taken up new offices in 25 O'Coniiell Street, - Sydney. ' H. S. Standen, architect, has moved from Wembley House, 841 George Street, to premises in Regent Street, near George Street. F. G. Deane has, left his office at 19 Bliglv Street, and intends to carry on his work at his home in Wallaroy Road, Double Bay. . J. A. Dobson has clo.sed his office in Daking House, Rawson Place, Sydney. L. G. H. McCredie and D.. Forsyth-Evans, of 14 Martin Place, are now to be found in the Commercial Bank Buildings, 273 George Street, Sydney. G. N. Kenworthy has moved from 105 Pitt . Street to 133 Pitt Street^, Sydney.
THE INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS Laudable Steps to Alleviate Unemployment in the Profession [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
THE INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS Laudable Steps to Alleviate Unemployment in the Profession Often in the past the Institute of Architects has, on account of poor attendances at its meetings and functions and lack of apparent energy, been accused of apathy. This charge can be levelled no longer, for this body is about to prove very emphatically the contrary by the energetic steps that, it is taking to, in some measure, alleviate the very hard lot of 3U11 IC Ui L11C piUICOOiUlI at flic jJICOCllL by powerful representation to the Government. A 'Confidential Employment Committee', of three ha.s been appointed to compile statistics and. place these before the Treasurer.. IA1 circular has been issued as under: 'The President and ' Council of the Institute . of Architects of New South Wales, viewing with serious concern the conditions of unem ployment in the profession, are anxious to do* whatever is possible to assist those who aire suffering most .severelv. whether they ? are members of the I...
STATE ELECTRICITY COMMISSION OF VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
STATE ELECTRICITY COMMISSION OF VICTORIA September 22.— Spec. No. 30/105.— Iron cast ings (pipes and miscellaneous). P.D. £10 ? charge for spec. 5/- for two copies, return able.. Extra copies, 2/6 each; not returnable. September 29. — Spec. No. 30/102.— 22,000 V. transformers and spares! P.D. £20. Spec., £1/1/- for three copies, returnable. -Extra copies 10/6 each not returnable. October 6, — Spec. No. 30/83.— Supply, deliv ery, etc., of combined regulating and non return valves. P.D. £10. Spec. 5/- for two copies returnable. November 2. — Spec. No.. 30/1.19. — Paper insu ?latecl lead covered steel wire armoured cable. P;D.; £10 ! ' Charge for spec, £1/1/- for three ' copies; returnable. Extra copies. 10/6' each, not returnable. , t-W. J. Price, Secretary, 22/32 William St., Melbourne.
SUPPLY & TENDER BOARD, S.A. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
; SUPPLY & TENDER BOARD, S.A. a September 241. — Supply and delivery, free on rail, Mile End or Port Adelaide, of — One planing and matching machine; One thick nessing machine; One automatic'- grinding machine; One hogging or chipping machine; One band resaw; One double clearing mach ine; One shooking machine. October 22. — Supply and delivery, at Islington Workshops, of steel boiler tubes and flues, to be of anti-corrosive material in addition to S.AJR. specification No. A56/29. 885 boiler tubes, to drawing 7-L-29. 180 boiler flues, to drawing 7-L-28. — H. J. Day, Chief Storekeeper.
R.V.I.A. MEDAL Award Made to E. Evan Smith, F.R.I.B.A. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
R.V.I.A. MEDAL : Award Made to E. Evan Smith, FtR.I.B.A. The Government Architect of New South Wales (Mr. E. Evan Smith, F.R.I. B. A.) has beeii awarded the Royal Victorian Institute of Architects' Medal for 1930.« for his design for the Emily . -McPhers.on School of Domestic Economy in Victoria. ; The medal. is awarded annually by the Royal Victorian Institute of Architects for a building of exceptional merit constructed in Victoria within five years of the* making of the award. Mr; E. Evan Smith was Chief Architect of the Victorian Public Works Department at the time of the erection of the building, and was responsible for its design.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
OBITUARY After a long illness Mr. J. T. Middleton of the Newcastle Association passed away during the week end. The funeral was conducted at the General Cemetary on Monday and a good representa tion from the .Newcastle Builders was present. The late J. T, Middleton was a member of the firm of Waters and Middleton, for 'many years members of the Newcastle Association.