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3rd September 1948
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William E. Cary, Ltd., Adeline Street, Manchester. 4, has published a brochure to commemorate its centenary.

Belgian ancillary users are planning the foundation of a national association. This new body will closely co-operate with the Dutch associationE.V.O.

The name of Ruskin Motor Bodies, Ltd., an Australian subsidiary of the Austin Motor Co., Ltd., has been changed to the Austin Motor Co. (Australia), Ltd.

A first meeting of the British side of the Anglo-American Council on Productivity was held last week to discuss arrangements for the first joint meeting with the American members.

The 16th triennial congress of Chambers of Commerce of the British Empire, the first to take place since the war, will be held in Johannesburg during the week commencing September 20. An exchange-ticket arrangement has been introduced by the Trent Motor Traction Co., Ltd., and Barton Transport, Ltd., on the Derby-Nottingham route.

The address of the Kilburn branch of Simms Motor Units, Ltd., is 254, Kilburn High Road, London, N.W.6. The company recently gave the number as 354. a a We have received an inquiry for a vacuum chimney-cleaning outfit for use with a motor vehicle. We shall be glad to receive any information regarding such equipment.

This year Australia expects to import some 11,000 tractors for agricultural and industrial purposes. About 4.000 of them are likely to come from Britain and 7,000 from the United States.

According to the "Financial Times,' G.U.S. Transport, Ltd., has been formed to do the work of the transport department of the Great Universal Stores group. It has a capital of £1,000.

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