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ONE HEARS Of a Conference instead of a Council.

14th March 1918, Page 3
14th March 1918
Page 3
Page 3, 14th March 1918 — ONE HEARS Of a Conference instead of a Council.
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

That many a, crankcase is disguised as a silk hat.

That a safety second would prevent many a smash.

Of a possible re-shuffling of traffic between road and rail.

That Fordson tractors already been seen at work in Kent.

That the " Liberty " truck is nevertheless under complete control.

That a United Council, formed of a group of groups, is the latest idea.

That a " tank-queue " is in every. sense an expres sion of gratitude. 0 That there is a point beyond which appearance may affect utility. 0 That Rumanianoil will assist GerMany's passage down the slippery path ' That -activity in roadside fillers is anticipatory of the piping days of peace.

That arsenate of lead is a sure cure for caterpillars, but that that's not the Holt tale.

• That on an average-size farm ploughing only takes place on 20 days out of the 365 in the year.

That the big oil companies in U.S.A. produced at the rate of a million barrels a day during 1917.

That labour disputes in 1917 accounted for the loss of no fewer than 5,1 working days in this coun try alone. 0 That Mr. Victor Feeny must nowadays be put to it very hard to keep other people from talking of caterpillars as if they were their own.

That agrimotor types in existence can none of them be regarded as anywhere near finality, and that there is very little, if any, tractor " practice" yet. That there's more combing coming.

That a torque chart talks for itself.

That caterpillars have given camels the hump.

That quick " returns " never result in small profits.

"Use more petrol and serve your country" in the U.S.A. 0 .

Of many movements towards more munioipal motors.

That the horsed transport industry is neither stable -nor staple.

That the Liberty lorry is an exposition tolerances. • ' That finality in container design is attained regu larly every week. 0 That London still seems to get about in spite of the withdrawal of taxis.

That Bond of St. Helens must feel very much in the picture just now. • That Belfast is highly, pleased over the success of the Ferguson plough.

• That 20 lorries a day emerging at the delivery end of a, single works in London makes one flaink.

That over an acre of floor space (45,500 sq. ft. to be exact) has been added to the Wisconsin engine factory.

That rationing has almost stopped the food queues. and that rationing early prevented the formation of 'petrol queues.

That the output of Monarch rail-track tractors has now been brought up to 15 per day—an increase of 50 per -cent.

That the 'Maxwell Motor Co., makers of the Maxwell car, is now placing a tractor on the market which will apparently compete with.the Fordson.