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25th November 1932
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Page 42, 25th November 1932 — NEWS ITEMS IN BRIEF
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The Express Dairy Co., Ltd., is to erect an electric-vehicle power house at Kenton Rd., Wealdstone.

Accrington Corporation has sanctioned the-use of land at Peel Park for parking motor vehicles. The charge for a coach is is.

It is stated that the Minister of Transport intends to hold a local inquiry into a one-way traffic scheme for the centre of Birmingham.

Representatives of Accrington Corporation are to receive from the St. John Ambulance Association, Accrington centre, a deputation on the subject of ambulance transport.

Kent County Council has asked Hythe Borough and Elham Rural District Town Planning Joint Committee to include in its town-planning proposals the route of the Sellindge Postling Wents by-pass. *

S. Smith and Sons (Motor Accessories), Ltd., Cricklewood Works, London, N.W.2, announces the introduction of a new electric speedometer for coaches, to meet the new Order.

Wallasey Corporation is to provide a motor park at Old Palace Yard, at a cost of 1400.

Wolverhampton Corporation's transport committee is to provide a trolleybus connecting route in Lower Stafford Street.

On January 1, 1932, 2,200 buses and 45.800 goods vehicles were registered in Brazil. The Government owns 50 of the former vehicles and 5,000 of the latter.

In Oxfordshire, 401 accidents involving road vehicles were reported during the past quarter, 8 having proved fatal. Comparable figures for a year ago are 438 and 9.

During the first six months of 1932, 43 commercial vehicles were imported into the East Coast of Sumatra, two being of British manufacture and 29 of American make.

Sutton Coldfield Corporation is in negotiation with the Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Co., Ltd., regarding the sale of land off Holland Road, for the purposes of a garage.

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