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Title: Briggs & Rowland's lime kilns at Coogee, 1905 [picture]
Imprint: Perth : Western Mail, 1905
Notes: Digital copy taken from microfilmed newspaper at State Library of WA in 2018.
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Summary: Stylised image of Briggs and Rowland's lime kilns at Coogee. At the height of their business the company operated 24 lime kilns and employed 50 men, and successfully lobbied for a train line to be extended to Coogee in 1904 so that their products could be transported into Fremantle. This photo was used on the Briggs and Rowland's letterhead and in advertising at the time.
Subject: Cockburn Region (W.A.) -- Coogee (W.A.)
Lime kilns
Coogee -- Industry
Briggs & Rowland's lime kilns at Coogee, 1905 [picture]

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