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12th July 1917
12th July 1917
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Page 1, 12th July 1917

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Farming by Motor. , Make-believe v. Reality.

The President of the Board of Agridulture Mr. Prothero, sent a letter to Mr. Hobhouse, about a fortnight ago, in the course of...

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The Post-pacem Royal.,

By "The Inspector." It is becoming q:uite the thing to speak of postpeace rather than of 'post-war problems. Why not then...

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One Hears—

"What is fireproof timber?" Of three bombs on one brewery. Of more practising to anticipate air raids. That some...

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Experiences with Coal-gas.—No. VII.

Linked or Independent Control of Gas-cock (Stop-tap) and Throttle-valve. It is only natural, having regard to the comparative...

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The Motor Omnibus Industry and the War.

By uM ana g er .' With the tightening grip of the Government on the trade of the country of late months, due to. the war, the...

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The Wheels s of Industry.

The wheel of wealth will be slowed by all difficulties of transport at whatever points arising, as a carriage is by the...

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Valuation of Stocks.

Important Points for Motor Manufacturers in Relation to Excess Profits. Many members of the motor and allied industries will,...

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Commercial Motor Users Association.

The .following important letters were issued by the Secretary of the C.M.U.A, to members last week :— • [ooPv.] Coal for Steam...

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Out and Home._ Air Raids and Car Insurance.

A Sharp Reminder. One of the first things I attended to on Monday morning last was to ring up Mr. Olden of the British...

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The War-time Difficulties of Railways.

By Granville F. Bilbrough. Napoleon attributed his success to a policy of "vigorously opposing effort to obstacles," and one...

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The Whiting-Bull Tractor.

A Successful Ploughing Demonstration in Kent. The President of the Board of Apiculture having intimated his intention to send...

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Taxicab Troubles in Paris.

Paris has a new Prefect of Police who has undertaken the arduous and ungrateful task of taming the taxi-driver. The men who sit...

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Our Despatches from the Front (No. 147).

Experience of an M.T. Driver Under Shell Fire. A DAY UP 'THE LINE WITH A MOTOR LORRY. (Continued from Page 400.) As the top...

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Opinions from Others.

The Editor invites correspondence on all subjects connected with the use of commercial motors. Letters shot 11 be on one siae...

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Answers to Queries.

Our readers will be informed by the Editor on any points connected with the construction or use of commercial motors. Where a...

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A PRIZE OF TEN SHILLINGS is awarded each week to

the sender of the best letter which we publish on this page; all others paid for at the rate of a penny a line, with an...

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With Intent to Improve.

A Weekly Summary of Recent Patents, of Interest to the Maker and User 'of Commercial Motor Vehicles, Selected and Abridged by...