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7th October 1930, Page 45
7th October 1930
Page 45
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The fire-brigade Of EALING Corporation is obtaining tenders for the supply of a fire-engine.

Two Leyland buses, costing 11,379 each, are to be purchased by CROYDON Corporation.

The fire-brigade committee of EAST HAM Corporation is in favour of buying a Dennis utility tender, . costing £775.

The tramways committee of LEEDS Corporation has obtained sanction for a loan of 112,000 for the purchase of

buses. • The Haslemere Motor Co., Ltd., Guildford, • is to supply two 30-cwt. three-way-tipping lorries IO GUILDFORD Corporation. Four further double-saloon buses are to be bought by BURY Corporation.

The municipality of SINGAPORE is ordering two ElectriCar 2-ton chassis.

The watch committee of LEEDS Corporation is to obtain quotations for a fire-engine.

The water committee of EDINBURGH Corporation is obtaining tendersfor a 30-cwt. lorry.

The health committee of STOKE-ONTRENT Corporation has decided to purchase a 10-cwt. van.

The transport committee of CHORLEY. Corporation is to consider the advisability of purchasing a new lorry.

The cleansing committee ofLEEDS Corporation is to purchase a gullyemptier at an estimated cost of £1,200.

The watch committee of GLOSSOP Corporation has decided to abandon its proposal to purchase an additional ambulance.

The highways committee of PomAu Borough Council recommends the purchase of a petrol roller at an estimated cost of .1356. •

The public,assistance committee of STOKE-ON-TRENT Corporation is to obtain estimates for the supply of 'a : motor vehicle.

The highways committee of CHELMSronn Corporation has asked the borough engineer to obtain particulars regarding refuse collectors.

The transport committee of MANCHESTER Corporation has obtained sanction to borrow 139,200 for the provision of motorbuses.

The sanitary committee of BtrutENBEAD Corporation has obtained sanction to borrow 12,100 for the purchase of two new motor vehicles.

The highways committee of Stemsox-Tamer Corporation has appointed a sub-committee to consider the suggested purchase of motor vehicles for highways work.

Lookers, Ltd., of Manchester, is to supply an Austin ambulance chassis to MANCHESTER. Corporation, and Lomas, Ltd., also of Manchester, is to provide the body.

CROYDON Corporation has received sanction to borrow £824 for the purchase of a motor ambulance, 11,825 for a fire-engine and /5,103 for seven S.D. Freighters.

SALISBURY and District Joint Isolation Hospital Committee requires a British-made motor ambulance, and tendeeers should ,quote prices with and without body. Tenders have to be delivered to the clerk, Market House Chambers, Salisbury, by noon on October 11th.

HESTON and ISLEWORTH Urban District Council is inviting tenders for the supply of two 2-ton and two 3A-ton low-loading electric refuse-collection vehicles. Further particulars can be obtained from the engineer and surveyor, Council House Hounslow, and tenders have to be delivered by noon on October 10th.