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AN ALLURING WAREHOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 17 September 1930
AN ALLURING WAREHOUSE One of the most interesting shops in Aus tralia — and that is a wide order— is to be found at Newcastle. ' It .supplies builders A.yith hard ware, and carries as well a miscellany of other lines. ? It is not so , much ..the., quantity, ?? variety' or quality that constitutes the charm of this shop —the establishment of Fredc. Ash Ltd. — as the way. the good? are displayed. Each line is ? arranged in an. orderly and artistic manner, nc tlmsp linnflliiVD- flip cnnrls tnnk an interest in them and really liked the materials; yet there is nothing stiff, everything is 'fam- iliar' and within reach and vision. In neat drawers lining the walls are all the small fittings, such as door and window, furni ture, including hinges, bolts, rivets, catches, pushes and patent things, plumbers''- tees, and pipe fittings: all displayed on the draw front and tagged up, and there is no mistaking the size's. There are big drawers with big things such as clippers, scythes and garden, ...
PROPERTY CONTRACT Legal Action Concluded [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 24 September 1930
PROPERTY CONTRACT Legal Action Concluded Hearing was concluded of the suit brought by Archibald Lcichhardt Knox, of Moira Crescent, Randwick, against John Johnston, of 228 Pitt Street, Sydney, in respect of disputes arising over contracts for an exchange of prop erties at Randwick and Mosinan. Plaintiff, who asked that the defendant, be ordered to carry out the' contracts, which he had refused to perform, alleged that, on December 19, 1929, defendant agreed to b^y from plaintiff certain land in Moira Crescent, Raiulwick, on which was erected a block of fiats known as Trebor Hall, for £7000. ; The payments, were; to be ,£!? oii the signing of the contract-, and as to the balance, ctoyyy, the uerenctant to accept a transfer of an existing first mortgage, for £3700; repayable on May 30, 1932, with 8 per .cent, interest, reducible to 7 . oer cent, upon punctual payment of interest, the remainder, '£3299, to. be paid in cash upon completion of the transfer on Januarv 31, 1930. It was a c...
REAL ESTATE DIPLOMA [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 24 September 1930
? ^ — ? ? REAL ESTATE DIPLOMA Arrangements are to be' made at a meeting to be held in Melbourne at the beginning of next week for the examination of the Asso ciates' Diploma of the Associate Real- Estate Institutes and Agents' Associations of Aus tralia (Inc.). At the meeting the date and place of the examination \vill be fixed, the examiners chosen, and sample examination papers ; issued.
REAL ESTATE THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE Its Origin, History and Objects (Continued from last issue) [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 24 September 1930
REAL ESTATE THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE Its Origin, History and Objects By W. F. Goyder (Continued from last issue) 'F.ollo.wiiig on the Third Conference in 19 27, a course of lectures in collaboration with the University Extension Board was arranged, the first of such being held in 1929, when 21 candi dates sat and 13 passed successfully. Prior to this, however, 'lectures had been given in 1925 -by -Mr. E. Jordan, M.A., B.Sc., and in 1927 by the University, both of which had 'been largely' attended. In addition, interesting papers have from time to time been read on matters ? pertaining to our profession, notably those by Mr. Clive Teece, Barrister at Law. on 'Con- tracts.', and 'Landlord and Tenant,' -and Mr. E. J. Sievers (late Valuer General) and the late Mr. S. L. Hinton of that Department, on 'Tlie Principles and Practice of Valuation of . .Real Estate,' .-which- added materially to the knowledge of our members. The decision to issue diplomas in connection with the educational p...
Weekly News-Letter TOPICS OF THE WEEK IN LIGHT VEIN The Elections.-Timber Tariffs.-.Rehabil itating Industry.-. Broad Flange Beams. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 24 September 1930
Week ly News- Lette r . V . JTOPIGS OF THE WEEK IN LIGHT VEIN The Elections. -.Timber Tariff. - ..Rehabil itating Industry. -.Broad Flange Beams. , . Dear Mum, ? ' .'' y\/ I read- that Mr. Scullin is ' able''t,6r'sit !'up. L thought they'd make '?him 'sit 'lip b'efbr^Mbng. /riiQ promises, he made, to open the ljYiYies; hi a fortnight 'and bring the wave of piJosibe Vity flowing over -the land, turned out to.be pie , cr-ust promises. ? Now we- have Mr. Lang promising the 1110011, stars and whole firmament. He knows where he can tap. the stream- of prosperity and let loose £200,000,000. His speech over the wireless was like a series nf vplcanic explosions^ I've' heard it said that empty vessels make the most sound. However, J am quite convinced that Australia is sound. See the number of people who enjoy- wireless, gramophones, saxaphones, and talkies, if one .doubts that it is sound. You know M r. Lang has a big following. ' Political parties are '?mostly of opinion that- living costs...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 24 September 1930
HTO the modern demand for fireproof buildings, Portland Cement Concrete *«««« rtMcnfoi duirkt, -re « « . - ? demanding concrete roads — for offers the logical answer. Factories, stores safety, comfort, speed and ecott- 11 11 « r . ^ omy. For full information on any and shops built ot concrete, present every pos- concrele probltm- wrUe to the sible precaution against fire. They therefore en- m spf/Z- sure safety against the most pitiless disrupter of stna.svdneu. business activities. Yet, with all their strength and safety, concrete build ings can be exquisitely beautiful, for this modern material lends itself to every architectural form. The economy of concrete and its permanent character, make it ideal for industrial enterprises. Pordand Cement has revolutionised building activity in Australia, as elsewhere, and to-day it is the greatest factor in the development of buildings that stand four-square to every economic 8C architectural test PORTLAND CEMENT C OMCRETE ? ifer permanence ...
TENDERS APPROVED OR ACCEPTED SHOPS [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 24 September 1930
TENDERS APPROVED OR ACCEPTED SHOPS Bankstown.— Shop, Liverpool Road. — A. E. Baker, 23 Hammond Avenue, Croydon. Bankstown.— W.B. Shop, Picnic Point Road — E. Farrell, Picnic Point Road, Bankstown. Bclmore. — Two Brick Shops and Dwellings, Stables and Garage, Burwood Road. — W. H. Edwards, 9' Tangarra Street, Enfield.
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 24 September 1930
MISCELLANEOUS Bankstown. — Shop and Offices, North Terrace. — Mclntyre and Clay, 8 Clifton Road, Rand wick. Bcxley.— Service Station and Garage, Queen Victoria Street. — H. Sindcll, ' 91 YVolseley Street, West Kogarah. Chatswood. — Brick YV. C. at rear of Church of Christ. -Victoria Avenue. — M. Bills, Arch bold Road, Roseville. Chatswood. — 'Fernery, 21 Beresford Avenue.- — H. D. Klem, 21 Beresford Ave., Chatswood. Double Bay. — Sun Room. Carlotta Road.— E. Hart-. Five Dock. — Sub-station, Queens ,Road. — J . Beverley, Shipley Avenue, Concord. Greenwich. — Boat Shed, Reserve off O'Con nell Street.— A. B. Cooper. Lane Cove.— Two Flats, Lane Cove Road.— W. ? G. Smith. Marrickville. — Workshop, 251 Sydenham Road. — M. Kearney. Marrickville. — Workshop, New Canterbury Rd.' — G.J\. Knight, 19 Albert Street, Petersham. Mosman. — Two Flats, Avenue Road. — S. W. Whitehead, Cabramatta Road, Cremorne. Rockdale. — Amusement Hall, The Esplanade. — Rockdale Municipal Council. . Rushcutters Bay....
LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Tenders Accepted) [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 24 September 1930
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ~ (Tenders Accepted) Shire of Yarrawonga (Vic.). — Constructipn pi an eiglit-s,pan timber bridge 240ft. long and 20ft. wide between kerbs, over the .Western floodway of the Ovens River on the Yarra wongaJRutherglen Road.-— Messrs. Jose and Wilson, 36 Seymour Grove, Camberwell, £2186. - . ? ' * „ 'City of Colling, wood (Vic.).:— -Contract No. — Supply and delivery of one horse mower. — W. D. Grant and Son, 250 Latrobe Street, Melbourne, £119/ 10/-. . ? - Municipality of North Sydney., — Purchase and removal and demolition of old pavilion sitr uated at No, 1 Oval, St. Leonards Park— _ 'G. L. Cooper and Sons, £35.- ? ? . Municipality of St. Peters.— Supply and delivery, of about 250 tons of best quality sandstone ballast to George Street, St. Peters, near c ? r 1? TVlnntpr VlnwillS Oy.UUUIlttUl uiauwa. ? XV, - Bridge Road,: St. Peters, 77- per ton. Municipality of' Wallsend.- — Construction of. a reinforccd concrete bridge over Chinaman Creek, Wallsend.— Messrs. J. . P...
COTTAGES [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 24 September 1930
COTTAGES Bankstown. — W.B. Cottage, Marion Street. — W. G. St.pcl-^ 35 Sir Joseph- Banks Street, Bankstown. . Brunkstown. — Fibro Cottage, Bryant Street.— FT; Grenfell, Bryant Street, Bankstown. Bankstown. — W.B. Cottage. Miller Street. — M. Shaw. Princess Street, South Granville. Bankstown.— W.B. QotiagC, Bea'confield StVect, — Beacli, -76 Sutherland Street, M-ascot. :- Belmore.— Brick Cottage, Benaroon (Road. — A. C. Eden,. Benaroon. Road, \'BdlmOre\ Botany.— Cottage, 'Bunherong Rd'.— G.' Moore. Chatswood. — One Pair Semi-detached Cottages Corner Archer and Waratah Streets. — L. E. Grey, Gillies . Street, Wollstonccraft. Croydon.— Brick Cottage, Edwin Street. — D. Genders, ? 127 Elizabeth Street. Ashfield. Double Bay. — Residence, Pearce Street.— H. .T. Williams. liabeiTield. — 'Brick Cottage and Garage, Kings ton St.— Home Construction Ltd., 14 Spring S.treet, Sydney. . ? Hunters Hill. — W.B. Cottage, Earl Street. — E. Grundy. Hunters Hill. — Cottage, Croissey Street. — J. E. Gas...
CITY COUNCIL APPLICATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 24 September 1930
CITY COUNCIL APPLICATIONS Laundries, 298-300 Moore Park . Road.— G. Hood, 107 Doncaster Avenue, Kensington. Alterations, 105 Pitt Street.- — H. E. Budden !& Mackey, 70 King Street, Sydney. Alterations, Ground Floor, 14S Phillip Street. —-N.S.W. Brokers aiid Agency Co. Ltd., 127 Phillip Street, Sydney. Icanto Room, Quay Street, Benevolent Society of New South Wales, Thomas Street, S}rdney Raise parapet, 80 Stanley Stre.el.-F. Lopez. 80 Stanley Street^. Sydney. New- Staircase, 165 George Street North. — -W. Gailey, 165 George Street. North, Sydney.: Alterations to Shop. 5/7 Alfred Street. — N. S. Bartlett, 79 Pitt Street. Sydney. Four Shops. 40 Darlinghurst Road— Hokin & Boon, 4 Newton Road. Strath field. Demolish portion of walls, Rilev Street. — C. Newland. 23 Cross Street. .Waverley. Alterations and Additions,- 151 Clarence Street Grand Central Hotel.- — J. Reid and Son, 350 . George Street, Sj'dnc}'. .* . _ Awning. 147-149 Campbell Street. — H. Mills. 21.2 Canterbu...
ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 24 September 1930
ALTERATIONS AN'D ADDITIONS Ashfield. — Additions, Victoria Street. — E. Miller, 7 Thomas Avenue, Roseville. Ashfield.— Brick /Additions, Alma Street— Scott Bros., 372 Jllawarra Road, Marrickvillc. Ashfield.- — Conversion to fiats, Taringa. ''Street. — E. Ford, Hunter Street, Strathfield. Ashfield. — Additions, Parramatta Rd.— J. Dean, 25 Ivanhoe 'Road, Croydon. Ashfield. — Conversion to flats 296 Queen St — T. S. Baker, 31 Park Avenue Ashfield. Bankstown. — Additions, Jacob Street. — E. A. Ashton, Jacob Street, Bankstown. Bcxley. — Additions, Glenfarnc Street. — A. Sy mons, Holden Street, Ashfield. Cremorne.— Alterations and Additions Gros venor 'Street, F. Taylor: Grosvenor Street, Cremorne. Dulwich Hill.— Alterations to Dwelling, 26 Hampstead Road.— A. Moyle, Windsor Road Dulwich Hill. Dulwich -'Hill. — Alterations to Shoo .Front.— -E. ' Merlino, 374 New Canterburv Road, Dulwich Hill. ' ' Gladesville— Alterations and Additions. John son St'reet. — T. Smith. Johnson' S'trcpti Glade...
GARAGES [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Real Estate Journal — 24 September 1930
GARAGES Artarmon. — Fibro Garage, 85 Broughton Road. — F. Dent, 85 Broughton Road, Artarmon. Ashfield. — Brick Garage, 44 Parramatta Road. — C. Lee, Parramatta Road, Ashfield. Ashfield. — F.ibro Garage, 11 Yabslev Avenue. — F. O'Sullivan, 11 Yabsley Avenue, Ashfield. Bankstown. — Fibro Garage? Carin - Street— S. Lakin, 8 Carnegie Street, Auburn. Bankstown. — Garage, Shcshton Avenue. — E. Gould, Shcnton Avenue, Bankstown. Bankstown.— Garage. Scott Street— J. Hendry, Scott Street. Bankstown. Bcxley. — Garage. 529 Forest Road.— S. Pike, , 23 Preddys Road, Bcxley. Bcxley. — Fibro Garage. Staple Street. — Mr. Selb'y, Westbourne Street, Bcxley. Botamr. — Garage, Bay Street. — J. McGrath. Canterbury. — Fibro Garagjt, Vera Avenue. — K. Webb, .24 Oxford Street, Woollahra. Chatswood. — hibro Cement Garage, Anglo and ' Dulwich Roads. — E. Holberton, 197 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood. Five Dock. — Garage, Minnesota Avenue. — Mr. Roberts, Minnesota Avenue, Five Dock. Five Dock. — Garage, Rickard Av...