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11th June 1908
11th June 1908
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Page 1, 11th June 1908

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British Trade Representation Abroad.

We hope that the Council of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders will discuss Mr. Calthrop's suggestion for the...

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The Equipment of Case-hardening Rooms.

The Metallic-salt-bath Type of Hardening Furnace. (Continued from page 338.) In our last issue we described a few typical...

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Albion Improvements.

Some Interesting Particulars of the 1908 Models. The production of the high-speed, mammoth-eng - ined, touring car has never...

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The Motor Omnibus World.

Electrobus Issue. The Electrobus Company, at the end of April last, offered 240,000 ordinary shares of Li each, and 12,000...

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From Our Berlin Correspondent.

Colonial Uses For the transport of building material required by the contractors of a new railway in German East Africa,...

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Culled from Contemporaries.

A Selected Collection of Extracts from the British and Foreign Press. A Terminological Inexactitude. Prevention of noise...

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News and Comment.

This journal has an exclusive, genuine and maintained circulation: members of its Editorial stall have practical experience and...

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Out and Home. —By "The Extractor."

Mr. F. A. Kelley, the managing director of Mero, Limited, of Sheffield, is a magistrate, and I missed seeing him on a recent...

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A Critique upon the Recent French Trials.

By the Editor. This rear's commercial motor trials in France are over, and they have _afforded some opportunities for...

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The Editor one side of invites correspondence on all subjects connected vi.ith the use of conmercial mvtors. Letters should be...

Answers to Queries.

The Fuel Bill for Motorbuses. " H.H." [1,3321 enquires :—"C a n you give me any figures bearing upon the value of the fuel...

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Contributions from Drivers and Mechanics.

Ten ShillingsWeekly for the Best Communication Received, and One Penny a Line of ten words for anything else published....

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The MacCord Mechanical Lubricator.

One of the most fruitful sources of trouble, in connection with the employment of petrol engines for commercialvehicle...

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Patents Completed.

STEERING GEAR. — The Bristol Wagon and Carriage Co., Ltd.—No. 18,486, dated 13th August, 1907.—This invention relates to...