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MR, P. \V. ARMSTRONG ON HIS MOTOR CYCLE.
THE CLACKLINE FIRE BRICK
The view ot' thc Clackline Fire Brick Conipany'saroii gives some idea ol' the im- portance ol' one of the prominent indus- tries of tho colony. The area comprise* about 100 acre-, and is .situated about one mile from t he Clackline railway sta- tion, on the Eastern Railway. Tho de- posit ol' clay is extensive, is first-class, and has been to-ted to a depth of öllft. Tho .supply may be said to be inexhaust- ible. The brick,- are in use by the vari- ous Government departments, the Gas Company at Fr«'mantle, and by many of
CLACKLINE FIRE BRICK COMPANY'S AREA AND WORKS.
Photo by Mr. A. Walton.
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A ROUND THE WORLD C YC LIST-MR. WILLIE SCHWIEGERSHAUSEN
LEAVING PERTH FOR ADELAIDE LAST IV EEK.
the leading goldmines. It may he point- ed out that the railway freight on these brick.- is the same as on imported fire bricks, and it is felt that a.s there is a specially low rate for .jarrah timber, con- sistency might be shown by giving some encouragement to other local industries. The Clackline Company are erecting a down «tVauglit kiln .specially suited for burning tire bricks. Messrs. Patterson and Ross are tho contractors for tho work. The managing director for tho company is Mr. A. A. Hunter, who will in a very short time be able to supply all fire brick rcquinnents for W.A. The agents for the Company are Messrs. Bunning Bros., Wellington-street. Perth.
When n company is wound up. it stops.