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Government Action in Respect of Engineering Works—con.

15th April 1915, Page 2
15th April 1915
Page 2
Page 2, 15th April 1915 — Government Action in Respect of Engineering Works—con.
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hundreds of small engineering shops which have not come under the control of the Government., and which are unlikely so to be monopolized. The only other consolation which we can hold out, either to the user or the manufacturer, is this: the military authorities will certainly not hinder the. reasonable production of spare parts for commercial purposes, unless they are obliged to do so:. We shall work, both in our pages and through our personal connections, to enforce the urgency of all possible consideration for commercial-motorusers at home, large numbers of whom are known to be_engaged on transport work which is very closely allied to Army supply, if not forming an actual part of it. If such work of transport is impeded unnecessarily, the effects must react against the prosecution of the -war to an undue extent. Nobody can wish to see that.


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