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Note: This is a sub-section of 1893 Chicago Exhibition: Catalogue.
MACHINES knit Working Stone, Clay and other Minerals.
188 Fawcett, Thomas C., Whitehouse Engineering Works, Hunslet Road, Leeds. [See Advt.] Patent compound brick making and pressing machine, for making plastic pressed bricks at one operation; red facing, fire bricks and glazed bricks; patent brick and tile pressing machine, for repressing plastic or dry bricks, tiles, hand-made bricks, or clots of clay, into best pressed facing bricks or tiles.
189 Knowles, Henry, 18 Neu) Bridge Street, Blackfriars, London, S.E. [<See Advt.] Direct action kilns and ovens (models) for burning bricks, pipes, tiles, terra cotta, pottery, lime, cement; samples of goods burnt in the kilns 5 “Paragon” aud Sykes’pipes for gas, water and sewerage.
190 Royle & Co., Joseph, 131 Tennant Street Birmingham, Sand blast machines.
191 Tilghman’s Patent Sand Blast Co., Limited, Bellefield Works, Sheffield. Mathewson’s patent sand blast apparatus for engraving, lettering, perforating, frosting, or cleaning glass, stone, metal.