Young Australian scientists turn boxite and clay into aluminium.
Titles read: "AUSTRALIA MAKES ALUMINIUM" (Dublin).
Dr Murphy of the Sydney Technical College goes to see the four young men who discovered how to make aluminium from minerals. He watches the scientists at work on the process of turning boxite from New South Wales and Queensland and clay from South Australia into aluminium in a laboratory.
Commentator says "you are watching the birth of another vital Australian industry, thanks to the inventiveness and industry of Australian youth".