MUNICIPAL PURCHASES an d PROPOSALS The LONDON County Council is buying three Albion lorries.
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CALND Town Council is considering the purchase of a fire-engine.
Thono city engineer is to obtain prices for the supply of a 2-ton lorry.
The highways committee of OXFORD County Council has authorized the purchase of three Ford lorries.
The highways committee of DEPrroan Borough Council is to obtain tenders for the supply of a 4-ton chassis.
SOUTH SHIELDS Corporation is buying from Messrs. Baulard and Foster, a Morris-Commercial 30-cwt. lorry.
Noawicst Corporation is recommended to purchase from Messrs. Johnstone, of Harleston, two Dennis 3-ton lorries.
The highways committee of SEDGLEY Urban District Council has appointed a sub-committee to consider the question of purchasing an ambulance.
SHEERNESS Urban District Council requires two motor dustcarts-, each of about 24 tons capacity. Tenders have to be delivered by noon on June 1.
The health committee of PAIGNTON Urban District Council has authorized the sanitary inspector to purchase an additional lorry for refuse collection.
The general purposes committee of Cao•knosCorporation recommends the acceptance of the tender of H. Dees, Ltd., for the supply of a Ford 1-ton lorry.
The new bodies for the eight Dennis E-type vehicles of CARDIFF Corporation, referred to in our issue dated April 28, are to be built by the Northern Counties Motor and Engineering Works, Ltd., Wigan. These chassis have already seen several years' service, and are now to be equipped with oil engines.
WALSALL Corporation has decided to purchase an Austin 20 h.p. ambulance,
WALLINGFORD Rural District Council is purchasing a Bedford fire-engine for the Didcot Brigade.
PENRITH Urban District Council has accepted the tender of Tinkler and Co., Ltd., for the supply of a Thornyeroft 2-ton lorry.
FRTERN BARNET Urban District
Council recommended to buy from the Express Motor Works a Bedford 30-cwt. lorry.
Nonwrcn Town Council requires a 10-ton steam-driven tandem roller, and tenders for its supply have to be delivered by May 22.
NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE City Council has included in its annual estimates sums of money for the purchase of two refuse-collection vehicles.
BEDWELLTY Urban District Council, under a practically concluded agreement to provide fire-fighting facilities in the MynYddislwyn area, is to buy a fireengine. rnEy Urban District Council requires tenders for the supply of a refuse collector of approximately 7 cubic yds. capacity. Tenders have to be delivered by May 29.
The highways committee of FULHAM Borough Council recommends the acceptance of the tender of Leyland Motors, Ltd., for the supply of two 2-ton tipping lorries, and the quotation of Dagenham Motors, Ltd., for the supply of one 2-ton tipper.
BELeAss. Corporation is in the market for two six-cylindered fire-engines of 650-800 g.p.m. capacity. Further particulars ean be obtained from the chief officer, Fire Brigade Headquarters, Chichester Street,-Belfast, and tenders have to be delivered by 5 p.m. on May 24