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13th April 1911
13th April 1911
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Page 1, 13th April 1911

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London Taxicab Fares.

The announcement that the Home Secretary has appointed a small Departmental Committee, under the chairmanship of Sir Archibald...

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One Hears— That Mr. Henry Hicks is convalescing at Biomley (Kent).

That Mr. Frank Searle has been elected a life member of the R.A.C. Of lively and diverting happenings in the fire-engine world...

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Motorcab Topics.

. A number of single-cylinder de Dion taxicabs has been put into service in Bombay, with fares calculated on a cheaper basis...

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Wheels, Ancient and Modern.

With Particular Reference to the Use and Merits of Wire Suspension Wheels. Mr. Henry L. Heathcote, B.Sc., the Chief Research...

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Shock-Shifter Hubs.

Notes on Some Recent Experience with John Muir and Son's Speciality. Quite a lot of people have heard about John Muir's "...

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A Dennis Triumph in London.

There was a lively incident, during a late sitting of the London County Council last week, when a report by the Fire Brigade...

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News contributions are invited payment 'wit/ be made on publication. This issue had to be sent to press early . on account of...

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From Our Australian Correspondent.

During a recent visit to Melbourne and Adelaide, I was much interested to see the progress that is being made in the use of...

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News and Comment

This icute al is aemitted to possess the influence, the men, the standing and the leading circulation. It is exclusively read...

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On this page will be found a reproduction of a

homily which I noticed in one of the offices of Bedford Motors, Ltd., recently. It seems to me that it strikes the correct note...

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Proposed National Automobile Council.

The General Committee of the Royal Automobile and Associated Clubs makes the following recommendations : (a) That the Council...

Commercial Motor Users Association.

(Officially Communicated.) The monthly meeting of the General Committee was held a Pall Mall, S.W., on the 5th inst....

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Fire-Brigade raw./ r

I • Matters. w ill News contributions are invited : payment be made on publication. The Belfast Brigade is reported to be...

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Opinions from Others.

A Question of Performance. The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. Sir,—Which is the better, one four-ton vehicle or two two-ton...

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Answers to Queries.

Motors for Mexican Mountains. [1,791] " SMELTERS " write We shall be glad if you wilhfurnish us with the names of the best...

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Culled from Contemporaries.

A Selected Collection of Extracts from the British and Foreign Press. Body-snatchers. The horse-bus was attentive to...

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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 for any thing else published....

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Patents Completed.

Complete specifications of the following patents will be sent to any address in the United Kingdom upon receipt of eightpence...