The Australian home builder

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N 690.5 AUS
Melbourne : Herald and Weekly Times, 1923-1925
No. 5 (June 1924)
Loss of text in the gutter on some pages due to tight bindings.
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The Australian HOME BUILDER 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12
The Australian Home Builder 13
Advertising 14
Real Estate Transactions 15
The Present Cost of Building 15
Road Transport and Settlement 16
Rebuilding, Inner Suburbs 16
Large Housing, Contract 16
Reduction of Taxes 16
Value of Good Design 16
The Smaller House 17
South Australian Government’s Building Scheme One Thousand Houses to be Erected to Reduce 6000 Shortage 18
Pergola Porch 18
How to Build a Private Garage Complete Instructions for the Amateur 19 , 20 , 21
Demand in Adelaide for Property Many Subdivisions Taking, Place 22 , 23
Competition Villas Elevations and Plans 24
Wallpaper—Ancient and Modern Patterns to Match. Period Furniture 25
How to Make Your Dinner Party a Success 26
Sulphurised Sandstone Possible New Building, Material 26
Seven Storeys of Glass Front Novel Lighting, in New Melbourne Shop and Office Building 27
VALUING REAL ESTATE Relative Worth of Land and Building 28 , 29
IN THE WORKSHOP How to eMake a Garden Barrow 30
Details of Garden Barrow 31
Carpets for the Modern Dwelling 32
How to Keep Them At Home Furniture to Charm Children 32
COMMONWEALTH BANK Trachyte & Freestone in Collins Street 33 , 34
MODERN FURNITURE DESIGN A Chat With Mr. F. E. De Groot 35 , 36
Sydney’s Beautiful Harbor Homes “The Hermitage,” 37 , 40
Sydney’s Beautiful Harbor Homes: “Tire Hermit Residence of Mrs D. H. McCathie, at Vaucluse 38 , 39
A Modern Interior 40 , 41
Two West Australian Interiors 42
POSITION OF THE ARCHITECT His Protection, Legal Rights and Duties 43
PHONOGRAPHS AS FURNITURE Advance in Australian Cabinet Making 44 , 45
Immigration and Land Values Lessons From America 45
New Melbourne Theatre Centre Town Hall Vicinity Favored 46
Vast Building, Programme New York Record Breaking 46
Forests to Save the City 47
Concrete Block Construction 48
City Land at £2000 a Foot Prospects of Profitable Investment 49
Competition Villas – Elevations 50
Metal Pieces in Period Styles Examples of Australian Handicraft 51 , 52 , 53
Gas in Modern Home—How to Cook a Dinner 53
State Bank of South Australia Home Building Liberal Terms to Soldiers or Dependents & to Civilians Make Institution Popular & Busy. Typical Plans and Elevations Costing, from £650 to £725 54 , 55 , 58
Plans Showing Building Methods 56
Home Garden Calendar for July 57
Expanded Metal Lathing 58
VILLA COMPETITION AWARDS Attractive and Original Designs 59 , 60 , 61
Greater Brisbane 61
Improvements on North Terrace, Adelaide New Railway Station, Masonic Temple, and Liberal Club 62
COLONNADED SHOP FRONTS Scheme to Widen City Pavements Traffic Refuse for Window Gazers 63
Plan of Villa 63
Building a Shack 64
Building a Shack 65
Beautiful Wooden Floors Work of Finishing, Machines 65
Substitute for Blackwood 66
Muddle in Building Regulations Melbourne Archited Suggests Common Council 68
Advertising 69 , 70 , 71 , 72 , 73 , 74 , 75 , 76



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