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16th March 1905
16th March 1905
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Commercial Motor

T HE COMING GREAT HOME INDUSTRY. It is as a natural consequence to the increasing use of commercial motors, both at home and...

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News of the Week.

Twenty thousand copies of" No. I." are being issued. Next week's issue will contain a fully-illustrated report of the...

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Where Motor Wagons are Needed.

These illustrations will, we are cer.ain, be of considerable interest to every reader. They depict scenes in the colony of...

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Motor Fire Engines.

The Advantages of Petrol over Steam. The manifold advantages of the mechanically-propelled fire engine over the horse-drawn...

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The Light Delivery Van.

Its Advantages over the Horse-drawn Vehicle. Iti the missionary effort a Inch this journal is initiating to bring the user and...

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The Experience of Messrs. Pickford, Ltd.

Interview with one of the Managing Directors. " Beginning with a single tractor in November, 1903, we have increased the...

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The Delivery Van in Paris.

By MONS. GEORGES FORESTIER, Member of the Society of Civil Engineers of France, President of the Commercial Motor Commission...

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Views of the Hon. Arthur Stanley, M.P.

The Time Ripe for such a Journal as "The Commercial Motor." Being desirous of obtaining the views of the Hon. Arthur Stanley,...

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In Defence of Electric Trams.

A Summary of the Position To-day. By EDWARD MANVILLE, NLInst.C.E., M.Inst.Mech.E., M.Inst.E.E. Having been largely interested...

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In Favour of the Motor Omnibus.

By Col. R. E. B. CROM.PTON, C.B.' M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.Mech.E., Past President Inst.E.E. The severe criticism recently passed...

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i`Vir. Thomas Clarkson. The name of Clarkson stands out as the successful man in modern steam locomotion for public passenger...

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The Forthcoming Show at the Agricultural Hall.

Largest Display of Commercial Motors ever known. Anticipations of the Agricultural Hall Show, which will open on Saturday of...

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The Great Work to be Done.

Z2,000,000,000 is the Lowest Accepted Estimate a the Value of Horses and Vehicles in the United Kingdom. That motoring in...

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Messrs. Shoolbrect s Intentions.

Their Two-horse Vans to be Replaced by Motors. Other Changes will Follow. We learn from Messrs. James Simolbred and Company,...


work is the Mo-Car Syndicate, Ltd., makers of the ArrolJohnston. Their efforts have been mainly in the direction of designing...

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The Liverpool Show.

Commercial Motors fill Big Space in the New Home at North Haymarket. Interest in the ninth annual show at Liverpool culminated...

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THE HON. ARTHUR STANLEY, M.P. I consider the time ripe for such a journal as "THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR," and congratulate you on...