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15th February 1917
15th February 1917
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Page 1, 15th February 1917

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Motor Traffic on Snow.

Events of the past few weeks, and in some parts of the country of the past two months, have again demonstrated both the...

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One Hears— More buzzers.

"Am I eating too much?" Wilson sounding war notes. "They will not let me remove." That money now backs the Greenback. That...

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1917: The Agent's Year Article VIII.

Maintenance and Running Contracts as Sources of Revenue. By the Editor. It is hoped to bring this series to a conclusion next...

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Electric Drive in Garage and Workshop.

IV.—Electric Ventilation and Heating. One of the most popular forms of the multitudinous applications of electricity is that...

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A System for Supervising Drivers.

Means by which a Haulage Contractor Keeps Touch of All Expenses in Connection with Motor Vehicles Hired Out. The running of...

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"Worn Out."

A Few Notes on the Different Accepted Methods a Providing Against the Old Age of Commercial Motors. The subject of "...

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The Wheels 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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The Yorkshire Three-tonner.

The Latest Model Emanating from the Pepper Road Works Presents Several Features of Interest. Quite apart from the present...

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A Portable Swivelling Crane.

Easily Carried on a Lorry, with Suitable Tongs and Lifting Dogs. A motor vehicle engaged in any kind of contracting work, or...

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Our Despatches from the Front (No. 127).

Contented Prisoners—and Troubles in the Frosty Weather. TEE ATTITUDE OF GERMAN PRISONERS. January, 1917. German prisoners...

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Opinions from Others.

The Editor invites correspondence on all subjects connected with the use of commercial motors. Letters should be on one sloe of...

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Preservix and Dritak. These somewhat unconventional names serve as designations for two preparations manufactured by the Vix...

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Answers to Queries.

Makers of Wagons. [4139] (Leeds).—You cannot do better than refer to the "Useful Names" and the " Index to Advertisers " in...

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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...