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10th September 1908
10th September 1908
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Page 1, 10th September 1908

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Motor Hiring.

There is much evidence available that the business of motor hiring is better understood to-day than was the ease a few years...

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Recent Developments in Machine Tools.

Alfred Herbert, Ltd., of Coventry and London, introduce New Models to Meet the Latest Requirements of Motor Manufacturers. The...

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Short-Distance Haulage by Tractors.

The most ardent supporters of motor transpol :se ready Iii admit the difficulties of short-distance haulage. Where, loads have...

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Utility Motors in France.

The Russian Market. French makers are reminded by the Press that Russia offers a wide field for the sale of tammtercial motor...

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The Motor Omnibus World.

London's New Order. Fiftymore Straker-Squire motorbuses of the latest pattern have been ordered by the Great Eastern London...

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News and Comment.

This journal has a genuine circulation, genuine advertisement support, and an Editorial staff whose members have practical...

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Out and Home. _By " The Extractor."

Walker Brothers, Limited, of Wigan, continues making. the " Pagetield " wagon, and is supplying some locally. A large...

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Glasgow' s Second Meet.

General Scheme of the Commercial Vehicle Parade and Prize Scheme for Drivers in Connection Therewith. We heye received the...

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The British Association Meeting at Dublin.

In his presidential address, given on Thursday last before the engineering section of the British Association at its meeting at...

Gaseous Explosions.—The Committee's Report.

The first report of the Committee, consisting of Sir IV. H. Preece (Chairman), Mr. Dugald Clerk and Professor Bertram Hopkinson...

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"Chain Makers at Play." The Editor, " THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR." Sir :—With reference to the paragraph headed " Chain makers at...

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From Our Berlin Correspondent.

The adjoining illustration shows a Bussing " gas engine " which was recently delivered to the Brunswick Corporation for the...

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Contributions from Drivers and Mechanics.

Ten Shillings Weekly for the Best Communication Received, and One Penny a Line of ten words or anything else published. Driven...

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Patents Completed.

DRIVING AXLES. —Ridley. —No. 28,352, dated 24th December, 1907.—According to this invention, the rear axle (A) consists of a...