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of Passenger Transport
THE COMMISSIONERS' FORTHCOMING PUBLIC SITTINGS
Details Extracted frcnn the Gazettes Published by Area Traffic Commissioners During the Week ;TIRE following are the times and _I_ places announced by Area Traffic Commissioners for their forthcoming public sittings. In each case the number of the latest Gazette of Notices and Proceedings to be received is mentioned in brackets.
Northern Scotland (Gazette No. 24):
County Bdgs., Aberdeen, November 4th, 10 a.m.
buthern Scotland (Gazette No. 24):
Scottish Land Court, 1, Grosvenor Crescent.
Edinburgh, October 22ncl, 10.30 a.m. County Buildings Ayr, Oct. 28th, 19.30 a.m. Northern (Gazette do. 14): Town Hall, South Shields, October 20th21st, 10.30 BM.
Municipal Buildings, West Hartlepool, October 29th-30th, 10.30 a.m.
Yorkshire (Gazette lie. 26):
Town Hall, Sheffield. Oct. 20th-215t, 10 a.m. Town Hall, Leeds, Oct. 27th-30th, 10 a.m. North•Westorn (Gazette No. 24): Town Hall, Manchester, October 19th-23rd. October 26th-27th, 10.30 a.m.
West Midland (Gazette No. ao, Council House, Coventry, Oct. 20th, 10 a.m. Council Boone, 13irmingbam, October 21st. 23rd and 26th, 10.30 a.m.
Town Hall, Han.ley, Oct. 22th-301h, 10.30 am.
Shire Hall, Hereford, Nov. 2nd, 11 am.; 3rd, 10.15
East Midland (Gazette No. 31):
Council Chamber, Peterborough, October 191..11-20tb, 11 a.m.
Guildhall, Nottingham, October 22nd-23rd, 10.30 a.m.
Council Chamber, Skegness, Oct. 26th-20th. Guildhall, Nottingham, October 22th-30th, 10.30 a.m.; also November 3r4-5th, Crown Court, Leicester, November 9th-13th. County Court., Northampton, Nov. 16t1I-12th, Guildhall. Nottingham. November 19tb-20th. Council Chamber, Cleethorpes, Nov. 23r425th.
Guildhall, Nottingham, November 26th-27th. Crown Court, Leicester, November 30thDecember 2nd, Guildhall, Nottingham, Docember 3rd-4th,
Sessions House, Lincoln, Dec. 1,4th-16th. Guildhall, Nottingham, December 17t11-18t,h. Eastern (Gazette: No. 27):
Guildhall, Norwich, October 21st and following days, 10.30 am. Council Chambers, nomford, Oct. 28th, 11 a.m., following days 10.30 a.m.
South Wales (Gazette No. 24):
Law Courts, Cardiff, October 20th-23rd, 27th-30th, 10.39 a.m.
Western (Gazette No. 23):
Next sitting not announced in this gazette. Southern (Gazette No. 30): Town Hall, Southampton, October 29tb-30t1t, November 3rd-4th, 10 a.m. Portsmouth. November 11th.
South-Eastern (Gazette No. 31):
Town Hall, Tunbridge Wells. October 19th and following daya, 10 a.m. Middlesex Guildhall, Westminster, a W.1, October 27th-30th.
Town Hall, Brighton, November 2nd-6th. Middlesex Guildhall, Westminster, S.W.1, November 10th-13th, Town Hall, Margate, November 16th-20th. Police Court, East Grinstead, November 24th-27th.
County Hall, Lewes, November 30th-December 4th.
Gaywood House, Wood Street. London, 5.W.1, Oct. 191h-23rd, 26th-30th, 10 a.m.
Railway objections to excursions and tours will characterize the next Leeds sitting of the Yorkshire Commissioners. On October 29th Hull Corporation's unopposed stage-carriage applications will be heard. Gazette 26 contains a long list of 'withdrawn applications. Backings for Lancashire-London routes will be the object of contention at Birmingham on Monday next.
• Almost all the express-service applications coming before the East Midland Commissioners on October 28th will face concerted railway opposition.
Express-service applications by Red and White Services, Ltd., the Great Western Express Co., Ltd., and the
South Wales Express mainly concerning the London-South Co.,Wales routes, are listed for bearing at Cardiff on October 28th and 29th.
Owing to the General Election the Southampton sitting of the Southern Commissioners has been altered to October 29th-30th and November .3rd4th. The express services of Tourist hlotor Coaches, . Ltd., will all be objected to by the Southern Railway.
The Tourist applications come before the South Eastern Commissioners on October 30th in London, which will be inconvenient for the company. Amongst others Green Line Coaches, Ltd., offers objection.
The L.G.O.C., Ltd., will object to a large number of services to London racing tracks, etc., on October 26th and 27th. It claims to provide the necessary facilities for almost all this class of traffic. A. Timpson and Sons, Ltd., on the 29th, will have the Southern Railway and others to face in connection with its coast services.