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CLACK UNE FIREBRICK

WM PAN Y.

(See Illustrations.)

The exhibit of the Clackline Firebrick Co.. Perth, W.A.. at the A.N.A. Exhibi- tion, was described as a novel one, and stall No. 31B excited considerable curi- osity. The exhibit consisted of an as- sortment oi fire lumps, lire bricks, and fire clay. There were three sets oi ex- hibits. No. 1 was a set of firebox arches, such as aie used on the West Austra- lian railways; No. 2. a special collection of fire bricks, similar to ones used at Perth gasworks; the third lot. bra1--* foundry fire luniks, being a facsimile of those used at the Midland Junction Railway Workshops. Clackline, the town from which the goods take their name, is situated on the Eastern rail- way line, and is close to the company's

works.

Mr. A. A. Hunter, the firm's reprc sentative, has been on a visit to Victoria with the object of opening up trade there for the supoly of these goO'tV. Messrs. Bunning Bros, are agents for the companv. in Wellington-í-tieet, Perth.

MR. WILLIAM JAMIESON. Chair-

man oí tile Phillips River Mines As- ^ social ion, and other local in^i it utio1 «. Ravenstlioi pe.

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