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BUILDER'S CLAIM FOR PAYMENT [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
V ' ? ; ? ? ? ? BUILDER'S CLAIM FOR PAYMENT A case was concluded Jast week, in which A.- Pontey, a contractor of Drummoyne, claim ed £237 from AT W. Brett of Five Dock, as the balance of money due to him for 'altera- tions to a building at Barney .Street,. Five Dock. The defendant pleaded never indebted and as a cross action claimed £237 damages 'for'* badly executed work. » Judgment was given for plaintiff for.. £23.1.- and. for defendant for £5 on the cross action. A' ? ?—
NEWCASTLE OPPORTUNITIES [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
— r— ? — ? — NEWCASTLE OPPORTUNITIES The hew Town Hall at Wallsend (Newcastle) is to be officially opened on October 11. Improvements, are to be made to the Ter minus Hotel at Wallsend (N.S.W.)., Nine tenders were received for the construc tion of a new bridge at Chinamen's Creek, Car diff? Roaid, South Wallsend (N.S.W.), on the. ? plans and specifications supplied the ^Council by the Australian Cement Manufacturers' Asso ciation. The tender of J. P. Shedden, Ltd., of Mayfield (£895), was accepted. The highest. quotation was £1,549. ? ?
OPPORTUNITY REPORT THE OPPORTUNITY REPORT IS ALSO ISSUED TO ADVERTISERS EVERY MONDAY. OUR RESEARCH DEPARTMENT WILL GIVE ALL PARTICULARS, SO PLEASE WRITE US OR 'PHONE B 1123. BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
OPPORTUNITY REPORT THE OPPORTUNITY REPORT IS ALSO ISSUED TO ADVERTISERS EVERY MONDAY. OUR RESEARCH DEPARTMENT WILL GIVE ALL PARTICULARS, SO PLEASE WRITE US OR 'PHONE B 1123. BUILDING. * * Mr. D. Mackenzie of 35 Anderson- Road, Concord, lias secured permission to erect a boatshed and dressing rpoms' at Brookvale (Sydney). . - ? Brick caretaker's quarters are to be erected in Hilly Street, Mortlake (Sydney): -by F. W. B racey, Mortlake. ' A church hall is to be erected in Long Street; Strathfield (Sydney) by R. Gage, Hun ter. Street, Strathfield. The amount is £7*00. A ramp is to be constructed to the top floor of S5 Macpherson Street, Waverley (Sydney) by Mr. H. Williams of Macpherson Streer, Waverley. The foundation stone of the Albury (Nevv South Wales) Baptist Church was laid re centty. The site is at the- corner of Crisp and Macauley Streets. The Department of Education is inviting tenders until October 2. for new school build iiig at ? Katatara (near Hillston) and Tabbita (Griff...
BUNNERONG LAND Cement Company's Proposal [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
BUNNERONG LAND Cement Company's Proposal An interesting application was considered by -the Sydney City Council last week from the Great Portland Cement and . Lime Co. which asked for a. lease of 30 acres of land adjoining the Bunnerong Power House, and for. permis sion to use the City Council's railway sidings and proposed jetties. The property was bought by the Council in 1926 with the intention of erecting workmen's dwellings 'tor men emplQyed in the power , house. The General Manager of the. Electricity Supply Department (Mr. Forbes Mackay) recommended that the area should be disposed .of ;by auction as it could not be put -to any use by the Departnient. He pointed out that the Company proposes to . establish large; works on the site and would likely be large con sumers of electric[ty, in addition to which, the}' wotild buy ashes from the power house if the burners were converted ,tp enable them to burn pulverised fuel. The aldermen, Hiowever, were .cautious about selling the lan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
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CLERK'S CLAIM [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
CLERK'S CLAIM The Real Estate Institute has just received word 'from the General Secretary of the Em ployers' Federation of New South Wales, tliat wlien the application by the Clerks' Union for a new award came before the Conciliation 1 Committee* again, the claim was dismissed and struck out'. The original award of 1920, as varied from time to time will, therefore, con tinue in ooeration. VISIT TO GOVERN O.R Mr. W. F. Goyder. the President of the Real Estate Institute informed the Institute at its last meeting of his courtesy visit to the Governor accompanied by the Secretary. During that visit His Excellency stated that he would be verv pleased to meet the Real Estate men at a lecture to he given bv Com v.'f nder. Wvlie on October -20, -1.930- at 7.45 p/m, ?.Members., are asked to note the date.
THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE Its Origin, History and Objects By W. F. Goyder (Continued from last issue) [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE Its Origin, History and Ubiects By W. F. Go-yder* (Continued from last issue) One of the many benefits derived by mem bers has been the common Auction Room, wherein members may at any time conduct their public sales of property. It also permits and encourages the liolding of associated sales when several members, each without a full catalogue, may combine, sharing the cost of. the Auction Room, etc, etc. ?/ This has proved a boon to many members, and has been largely niT'tWnf] nf Our Institute wes about this time ? materially strengthened by the amalgamation- with .anothei similar body in Sydney,. It 'was gradually realised by both that . while good .work was being done by each, the power and prestige oi Estate Agents would -be enhanced by the. join- ing of forces, their 'objectives in the main being similar. Thanks largely to the -tact and endeavours of our Secretary, the two bodies were brought together,' and a' united front war at oiice presented. Whilje...
REAL ESTATE SALES INSPIRE CONFIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
REAL ESTATE ?SALES INSPIRE CONFIDENCE Just as the wool - sales, which opened at the beginning; of 5 the week, ;gav-e Reason for confidence by -indicating increased prices, so, too, lias the renewal- of sales 'in real estate during , the: - last few : weeks. r provided ^reasons for optimism 011, the .part of investors. , 'We have already referred to the -sale- of. a ' number of- city properties during the last few weeks,-, -included in which was 'Rickard House in Pitt Street, at .42682 a foot. Since our last issue the- expenditure of ' approximately £25,000 in flip snip, of snhnnhan nrnriprtips '.lias hppn reported, including a block of flats, which was sold by* Richardson Bros., at Kirribilli. Coming sales of 'importance include certain properties, concerning the sale of which Hardie & Gdrman Pty. Ltd., in conjunction with Raine & Home 'Ltd., and Richardson & Wrench Ltd. have . received definite -.instructions f rom the Ku ring-gai . Municipal Council. These ...
MASTER BUILDERS' MEETINGS [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
MASTER BUILDERS' MEETINGS: , Parent Body.-— On Tuesday,. September 23 in the Builders' Exchange, Castlereagh St., Syd ney, at 8 p.m. ? v , Western Suburbs' Branch. — On Thursday, .;- September 28, in the Builders' Exchange, Ash y. field, at 8 p.m. ; Northern Suburbs' Branch.— On Wednesday, i-- October 1, in the School of Arts, Eastwood, v at 8 p.m. Manly Branch. — On Thursday, October 2nd ^ in the Soldiers' Memorial Hall, Manly, at 8 p.m. i'; A St. George Branch. — On Tuesday, October . 7th, in the Builders' Exchange (Chamber of Commerce), Hurstville; at 8 p.m. The meeting of this branch is being held on the foregoing date instead of the first Monday of the month as usual, owing to the first Monday being a holiday (Eight-Hour Day). Eastern Suburbs' Branch. — On Monday, October 13th, in the Randwick Town Hall, at 8 p.m. North Shore Line Branch. — On Monday, October 13, in the School of Arts, Chatswood, at 8 p.m. Canterbury-Bankstown Branch. — On Monday October 13, in the Masonic Hall...
SALES TAX Timber, Granite and Marble [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
SALES TAX Timber, Granite and Marble Timber merchants of Sydney have made representations to the Commissioner of Tax ation' to the* effect that merchants who arc ... saw-millers should -not quote their Certificates of Registration with respect to purchases of timber acquired for re-sale^in the same sizes and general condition as when purchased^,, will cause confusion in some timber businesses, as it is impossible to keep such timber- separate ?from other stock, which will be milled, by t.h.e./; timber , merchant ancl cut into other sizes or ' otherwise ..manufactured before ; being'., sold. The ?'.requirement mentioned' would involve - the timber merchant paying sales tax on his pur, cha:;e price of the timber without being liable for further tax when he sold the goods. The alternative to the requirement! is that the mer chant should quote his certificate and obtain the timber free of sales/tax and gay tax upon the actual sale price of the goods when sold. There will be no objection...
A COTTAGE FOR A 40FT. BLOCK Something Definite in Designs [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
A COTTAGE FOR A 40FT. BLOCK Something Definite in Designs Many of- the designs which are suggested are practically of little value because mature con sideration shows that the necessary width of the allotment would be, more than is available. A wide frontage has doubtless many advantages for those, who can afford it, as more, land has to be paid for in the first instance, as well, as more fencing and taxes; and upkeep costs also go with it. In this instance, Architect Brogan has given us? a design for an attractive home which can 'be located on - a plot with .a 40-ft. frontage. The perspective view, showing the front gate suggests that the house should be set well back, and the} entrance gate put to .one side of- the frontage rather than in the middle. By this means the formality- of. a'; -straight path is avoided, and a fair sized, area for lawn or trees becomes possible, lhe plan is very ' compact'. The bedroom and' sleep-out verandah face the morning sun, whilst the tradesmen hav...
NEWCASTLE CONSTRUCTION The Official Organ of the Newcastle Branch of the Master Builders' Association of New South Wales. Newcastle Master Builders BUILDERS AT BOWLS Newcastle Plays Lowlands Club [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
[?] The Official Organ of the Newcastle 3 ranch of the Master Builders' Association of New South Wales. Newcastle Master Builders BUILDERS AT BOWLS * Newcastle Plays Lowlands Club Five rinks of Newcastle Builders, at the in vitation of the Lowlands Bowling- Club, journ eyed to Centennial Park last week under the leadership' of their President, Mr,. A. E. Rat cliff e, 'to engage in a friendly game of bowls. On arrival at the green the builders were welcomed by Mr. R....G, Jvilgour,..a patron of the, Lowlands Club, who expressed his pleasure .at -having- the. party of builders at the green. - He gave them a hearty welcome and hoped that the entertainment gained would be such -?as would'- induce them ' to' ' return, .at a later date for .another visit.' '' ?? . In reply, Mr. 'Ratcliffe, thanked the' officers and members of the Lowlands Club, 'for their very hospitable welcome. He said ? that , the builderg had amongst their membership some very, good players, but, .unfortunately, sever...
FEDERAL CONVENTION Will It Proceed? [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
FEDERAL CONVENTION Will It Proceed? ' On Saturday last the executive of the New castle Association were called together to ex press an opinion as to whether they thought, iii view of the present industrial depression, the Convention should not be abandoned . for the present year. The move was taken following upon a wire received from- Sydney earlier in the da}'. Tt was generally thought that the necessity of a convention of Master Builders was not felt as greatly as it was in times when diffV culties were arising and it wa§'. thought that the ? Newcastle Association should be advised to recommend the continuance of the Convention as arranged and prominence be given to those matters at the convention bearing more directlv on the present economic situation. This opinion has been .conveyed by letter to the officers of the Federation. : (It was decided .yesterday in Sydney that the Convention should be held.) — ? ? —A. ?
FEDERAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PRIZE Winner from Newcastle [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
FEDERAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PRIZE Winner from Newcastle Advice has been received by the Secretary of the Newcastle Association that Mr.. Reginald Gay of the Newcastle Technical Colleg-e, the Association. s Newcastle, candidate, has won the Federal Building Construction Prize for ,1930. ; Mr. A. H1. Roulston, Chief of the carpentry department at the Newcastle College said this morning that the student had shown out con sistently in every stage in' his career. He had completed the full course in carpentry and join ery and is now completing the course in build ing construction.^ His junior technical training was begun at Wickham and, on completion of the junior stage at the Newcastle Technical , College was awarded a scholarship, being placed first in order of merit for the State. He was then apprenticed to Mr,. J. Simpson - of New Lambton to learn the trade of car pentry and joinery at the same time beginning the lower trades course in that subject- at the ? Newcastle Technical Coll...
NEWCASTLE BUILDING CLASSES Advisory Committee Appointed [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
NEWCASTLE BUILDING CLASSES Advisory Committee Appointed ? The following Advisory Committee has been appointed to act in regard to Building Trade Classes at the Newcastle Technical College:— A. ? E. Ratcliffe. representing the Master Builders' Association of New South Wales (Newcastle Branch) : H. B. Cranna, represent* ,ing Associated Architects of Newcastle and District; E. T. Henning, representing Institu tion of Engineers, Australia, Newcastle Divi sion and the Hunter iRiver and District Water Supply and -Sewerage Board: R. S. Sneesby, representinor Newcastle Master Plumbers' As sociation: A. H.. Hacko and TC. Butler, repre senting the Broken Hill Ptv. Co. Ltd.; F. Venn, representing the Operative P lumbers and Gasfitters' Employees' Union; D. J. Louttit representing Amalgamated ' Society of Car penters and . Joiners; G. - Allbut, . representing Newcastle i City Council; Electric .Supply De partment; H. L. Overtbn, representing Walsh Island Dockyard arid Engineering Works; K. D. D...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 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 CEMENT ? ? : ?t^P' ^ ensures t::; best Road Construction Results, as its W 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. FLEASIi MENTION 'CONSTRUCTION' WHEN YOU WRITE TO OR DEAL WITH ADVERTISERS IN THIS PAPER
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT Council Building Applications [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT Council Building Applications Adamstown. — Alterations to the bakehouse of Brokmann and St. Vincent. — Cowcher and Moore. _ ; ? Abermain.— Additions to shop and dwelling, Government Road.— J. W. Gilmore. Belmont— Boatshed, £15, Main Road.— J! Bowditch. Belmont.— Three-roomed dwelling, £200, Her bert Street, — -N. J. Carpenter. Boolaroo. — Awning,! £25, Main iRoad. — T. C. Frith Ltd. . Boolaroo— Additions ' to existing premises, £30 Third Street. — J, P. Conn. Bellbird.— Additions to yerandah, Edden Street — H. Sams. Cardiff Heights.— Two-roomed Dwelling, £16.— D. Straker. Cessnock.— Additions, Kanowna Avenue; for Cessnock Timber Co. — A. J. Horder. Cessnock. — Poultry Houses, Government -Road — J. iA. Cain, '? * Cessnock— Motor Garage, , North Avenue, for A. Sarroff.— -J. Wetzler. Cessnock.— Additions to shop, Main Street Tooth and Co. Cessnock. — Additions to property, Anstey St. — A. Scott. , r ; , , Coal Point.— Additions- ' :£50.— J.- D, Reid. Marks Point.— Bo...