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13th February 1913
13th February 1913
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Page 1, 13th February 1913

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The Manchester Show.

The Seventh North of England Show, at Manchester, which is this year divided into two sections, with those sections in two...

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Shoolbred's Vans Reach 4,700,000 Miles

We are Supplied with the Latest Costs by one of the Partners. The record of the motorization of Messrs. Shool-• bred's...

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One Hears— Some of the old L.G.O.C. motorbus chassis, when they pass in the night.

That trouble after some dinners is due to the debate and not the whitebait. Of Limericks and stories in preparation for...

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Ten Years Ago and Now.

A Survey oi Motor Transport in and around Manchester. By the Editor. Apart from the experimental haulage that was undertaken...

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The First Austin Lorry.

First-published Particulars of a Remarkable Design of 30-cwt. Chassis, We have, for quite a number of years now learned to...

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A New Albion Four-tonner.

First-published Particulars of the Latest Addition to the List a Models produced by the Famous Scottish Factory. The last...

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Yet Another New Napier.

First-published Particulars of a 2-ton Model, in the Design of which many cf London's Motorbus Lessons have been Incorporated....

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Passenger-Vehicle Topics.

The Taxi and Motor Drivers Protection League is a rival organization to tha original Cabmen's Union. The L.C.C. proposes to...

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Fire-Brigade Matters.

Southport Town Council is giving attention to further motor demonstrations. St. Albans, following the result of a town's...

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News and Comment.

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Out and Home.—By "The Extractor."

We Shall Have Some More Sketches. Catching the Eye ol the Useless. Dear Mr. Extractor. — Some long time ago there appeared on...

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Nineteen-hundred-and-thirteen bids fair to be a year in which many

of us will have much exhibition touring to encompass. We have to start on this round early in the year at Manchester. Many of...

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What to See—and How at Manchester.

A Suggested Itinerary to Include the Principal Exhibits of Interest at the Second North of England Show, City Hall, Manchester,...

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It is now time that we gave some little attention to the tires and other accessories which have done so much to secure the...

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Answers to Queries.

Benzol for Edinburgh. [2107] "AGENTS " write —" In a recent issue of your publication, you gave as suppliers of benzol, the...

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Lancashire's New Lighting Bye-laws.

A Red Light or a Red Reflector Behind Compulsory for all Ordinary Vehicles. We are indebted to Mr. Harcourt E. Clare, Clerk to...

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Booked Times for Regular Traffic.

By a Lancashire Contriautor. During the past two years, Lancashire has been enjoying a period of exceptional prosperity. The...

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A Halley Fleet at Aldershot.

Highly-satisfactory Performance for a Junior Army and Navy Stores Branch. The use of inotorvans by co-operative and other...

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The Purchase Department.

Where to Buy your Supplies. You Can Get It At— "11.0.5." (Kew).—In reply to your query as to makers of engines for commercial...

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Drivers and Mechanics.

TEN SHILLINGS WEEKLY is paid for the best communication received, and one penny a line of ten words for anything else...

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Patents Completed.

Complete specifications of the following patents will be sent to any address in the United Kingdcast by the Sales Branch,...