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That stocks of natural rubber are lower than ever.
Of die-bards who regard any speed raising as hair raising. —1-0 That if a haulage system be without problems its value is problematical.
Not "the sooner it's over, the sooner to sleep," but the sooner it's over, the sooner and the harder to work. Of no fountains working—and few fountain pens.
That the " dim-out " on toad haulage must be removed.
That road transport is " streets ahead" of the highways.
That only safe roads will materially reduce casualties; Complaints about pro-German weather.
That we can get all sorts of wonderful things on paper, but little in paper.
That how to achieve seating comfort on a tractor is still a vibrant question.
That the inclination to pinch tyres is not the monopoly of the tyre rim.
That the L.N.E.R. is. to spend over £3,000,000 on some 10,000 new rail wagons
for use in 1945. 0 Of experiments in Australia in connection with the electrolytic production of hydrogen as a substitute for petrol.
That the lack of unifprmity in dim-out NBA lighting is likely to bring about an increase in traffic accidents.
Of some British industrialists expressing the fear that it is they, and not their goods, that may be sold after the war.