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• That Sankey steel wheels are not moody.
Of someone wanting to know the number of wheels on a price cycle.
That tread slotting can make many a " bald " tyre less_ hair-raising in service.
That nobody knows yet whether we are to have coaled comfort or cold comfort.
That both users and 'manufacturers are looking forward to the day when all's wheel again.
Of the need to make early application for new tyres for commercial motors owing to the delay which may occur in the issue of purchasing permits. Of paint drying being expedited by radiant-heat lamps.
Of 'a, clever Thornycroft parody of " This is the' House that Jack Built."
Of a pedestrian saying that some drivers need raas'ks more than do their head lamps.
Of someone asking if there be any level crossing in the country where rail cuts rail.
That, if so, it would be like the Irish railway story of pie ,driver who said 'Let her come, she'll meet her match." • That the Princess Marie Louise recently paid a short visit to the Dennis factory.
—`' Make your tyres last as you would if they were your last tyres "—which they may be!
That there are to be no more special motor coaches from London to three well-known horse-racing centres.
That it is not so much a question of the survival of the fittest nowadays, as of the survival of the best fitted.
Someone remarking that Major R. A. B. Smith's initiais are appropriate for one who wishes to see rival associations blend. • That all drivers are interested in the way to "Brake, brake, brake on the cold grey stones O.K." as Tennyson almost said.
That when Red Cross lectures on First Aid are held, outsiders are usually allowed to attend on payment of a small fee.
That drivers who are free in the evenings should avail themselves of any such opportunity of learning how to be of use in case of accidents.