The Australian home builder

Call Number
N 690.5 AUS
Created/Published
Melbourne : Herald and Weekly Times, 1923-1925
Issue
No. 20 (15 October 1925)
Images
64
Notes
Missing front and back covers, issue starts at page 7 and ends on page 70.
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Contents

Advertising 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6
The Australian Home Beautiful A Journal for the Home Builder. 7
CONTENTS 7
AS GOOD A HOUSE AS MONEY CAN BUY 9 , 8 , 10 , 11 , 12 , 60
Shady Verandahs for a Sunny State Some homes from Western Australia, where the sun is a big factor in domestic architecture. 13
Seaside Homes in a Modern Garden Group Inexpensive brick residences in Newbay Crescent, Brighton. 14 , 15
FURNISHING THE MODERN BEDROOM 16 , 17 , 18 , 19
Why Not Australian Pottery for Australian Homes? 20 , 21
Modern Two-Storey Homes A proposed residence in the Spanish Mission style, and a doctor’s residence in East Kew, Victoria. 22 , 23
If You Haven’t a Garden 24
WIRELESS DE LUXE 25
BRINGING OUTDOORS IN 26 , 27
Cleaning and Polishing Furniture How to bring out the true grain and coloring of your furniture and double its beauty and preservation. 28
Sun and Dust 28
Bold Treatment makes a Beautiful Bungalow A beautiful home at St. George’s near the Adelaide Hills, which shows how the American bungalow may be adapted to Australian conditions. 29 , 30 , 31 , 53
THE HOME OF SIR JOHN MONASH 32 , 33 , 34
WINDOW CURTAINS OF CHARACTER 35 , 36
WONDERS IN GLASSWARE The art of Lalique, whose glassware is exhibited at the National Gallery of Victoria 37
Advertising 38
Garden Calendar for November 39
In the Home Workshop How to Make a Garden Table 40 , 41 , 42
Planning the Garden to Suit the House 43
COLD MEATS RE-MADE Some tried and tested recipes that are guaranteed by an experienced cook. They are economical and help you to solve the problem of what to do with the “left overs.” 44 , 46
The Dinner out of the Cupboard Some emergency dishes for the unexpected visitor. 45 , 46
Furnishing Blunders One of the Chief Difficulties in Furnishing is to Know What to Leave out. 46
THE CHARM OF A GARDEN POOL 47
In die Home Workshop CORRECTING TOOL FAULTS 48 , 49
The Prettiest Bungalow 49
“I Want to Build My Own Home” 50 , 51
Parsonage at Randwikck 52
A Modern Parsonage at Randwick 53
Semi-Detached Residence at Rose Bay 53
BEAUTY OF PROPORTION AND DIGNITY OF TREATMENT A charming Sydney home, designed by Wilson, Neave and Berry and described 54 , 55 , 56
The Secret of Shining Windows 56
Possibilities of the Small Timber House 57
JUST DYEING FOR A CHANGE Spring is the time for renovation and rejuvenation. Start on your covers, curtains, etc., as described in this article. 58 , 59
Record Price for Land in Adelaide 59
Home Building Activities in Adelaide Palatial new Flats—Government Homes—Garden Suburb— State Action. 61 , 62
Building as an Investment 62
KEEPING YOUNG How the Environment of the Home Can Give a New Lease of Life. 62
The Shop Window 63
Advertising 63 , 64

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