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John Haydon Cardew (1852- )
1922 M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst. E.Aus., Pres. Inst. Surveyors, N.S.W., Cons. Civil Engr. (Hydraulic, Water Supply, Sewerage), late Lecturer at University of Sydney; b. 1852; 78 s. of Rev. J. Haydon Cardew, Wingfield, Eng. Ed. Cheltenham College, Eng. Career: Res. Engr., Main Intercepting Sewer, Sydney Sewerage Works, P.W.D., 5 miles of Tunnels; Engr. to Contractors, Western Suburbs Main Sewers, 6 miles of Tunnels; Cons. Engr. to Royal Commission on Cataract Dam, Sydney Water Supply; Report and Scheme for Sewerage Works, Geelong, Victoria; Report on Sewerage Works and Design of Main Outfall Sewer, Dunedin, N.Z.; Design and Construction of Concrete Dam at Burraga, and Pipe Line to Lloyd Copper Co. Mine and Reduction Works; Umpire in Arbitration Proceedings, Teasdale Smith v. S. Australian Govt.; Cons. Engr., Amplification of Ipswich Water Supply, Queensland; Assessor in Arbitration Proceedings, North Coast Railway., N.S.W.; Cons. Engr. to Contractors for Main Outfall Sewer, Brisbane, Queensland; Arbitrator in proceedings O'Malley Dixon v. S. Australian Govt.; also Cameron and Sutherland v. N.S.W. Govt.; Cons. Engr. to Municipal Councils of Woollahra, Hunter's Hill, Randwick, etc. Publ.: " Cardew's Municipal Engineering," " Cardew's Pocket Book of Surveying," " Prize Essay on the Education of Surveyors; " selected paper, Inst. Civil Engrs., London, " Burraga Dam." Address: Commercial Bank of Australia Chambers, George and Margaret Streets, Sydney.