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14th March 1912
14th March 1912
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Motorbus or Tramcar ?

There has been additional publicity in the columns of "The Times" newspaper for views in regard to the progress which the...

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One Hears— Of traders simply grovelling for lorries. Of bonds

which tie, and bonds that. try. That the new Albion mot orcab will catch on. The Press giving and getting another pro-motor...

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Napier Developments.

First Particulars of a World-famous British Maker's Latest Models. A One-ton Van Complete with Body and Tires for £400. Not...

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Goods Transport

by VAN, WAGON and TRACTOR. All available motor lorries have been kept particularly busy since the start of the coal strike,...

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Passenger-Vehicle Topics.

The London taxicab award (see pages 22 and 35 - 36) does not please the owners : the British Motorcab Co. is unaffected. The...

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Vienna' s New Electrobus.

Bearing in mind that the electric battery-propelled freight or passenger chassis has to date developed to a very small extent...

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News and Comment.

West Ham Town Council has purchased an Argyll tower-wagon. D.A.S.E. Entries. Intending exhibitors at this year's Royal Show,...

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A 24-hour Ploughing Test.

A Report of a Test with a Saunderson 50 hp. Tractor and a Four-furrow Plough. We are enabled to reproduce, by the courtesy of...

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Conditions and Doings in India.

(From Our Calcutta Correspondent.) I have just been having a chat with the representative of Commercial Cars, Ltd., who has...

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Out and Home. By "The Extractor."

When the talk turns to the problem as to which is the most lucra-tive business, every man stoutly -declares that his own...

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Text of London Taxicab Arbitrators' Award.

"Extras" to go to the Drivers. Petrol to be.Supplied at Fixed Rates. Drivers to be " Workmen' Under the Act. Conciliation Board...

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Pioneer Transport in Africa.

Motor Roads of Nigeria to be Extended. Need for Rollers. The Displaced Industry of the "Head-carrier.' (Continued from page 5...

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The Industry in Central Europe.

German War Office Trials Postponed. German Makers Exploiting Markets in Russia and Brazil. Sanitary Wagons for Russia. By Our...

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Opinions from Others.

The Shepherd " Easily.tired " Wheel. The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. [1509] Sir,—In reply to " Hexagon's" last letter L.No....

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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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From 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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The Supply Department.

The "Commercial" Carburetter. While in Manchester during the recent Show, one of our representatives examined in detail the...

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Patents Completed.

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