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17th September 1914
17th September 1914
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Page 1, 17th September 1914

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" Keep the Wheels of Industry Turning."

More Three-tonners to Go After the Germans—The Necessity for Largescale Road-repair Preparations—Pure Drinking Water by...

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An Example for the Sheffield Steel Trade.

Further Advantages of Prompt Payment. The man or firm whose debts are paid promptly and regularly has at all times enjoyed a...

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One Hears

—The Following Rumours, of which the Press Bureau has no Confirmation, but to the Publication of which, we imagine, it will...

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With the Cavalry Transport at the Front.

The Continuation of the Interesting Report from One of Our War Correspondents, of which we Published the First Part Last Week....

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In our last. issue our readers will recall that we

thought it wise to reprint the first portion of this present article, although this had originally appeared on pages 565-567 in...

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A New British Magneto.

The British Thomson - Houston Co. Producing Magnetos in Large Quantities. One of the first anxieties with which manufacturers...

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Enlistment or Employment ?

Perhaps Mr. Churchill made no more remarkable - hit in his clever speech at the London Opera House • last Friday than when he...

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Our Authoritative Articles on the Light Van and Parcelcar Situation.

For the benefit of a number of readers who have written asking us for information respecting the lighter types of...

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The Wheels of Industry.

This journal, dealing as it does with the "Chariots of War," no less than with the "Wheels of Industry," is now of national...

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Motorbuses and Crush-hour Traffic.

By the Editor. We cannot agree with the general contention of some provincial tramway managers, that the motorbus is unable to...

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Light Vans and Parcelcars : No. 1.2.- 5 . 7 ,,Le t . r x ,ainlY.

The present article of this series, which now bids fair to become considerably more lengthy than we had originally intended,...

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A Novel Girling Tractor for the Imperial Antarctic Expedition.

We are enabled to furnish our readers with interesting particulars of a novel form of self-propelled machine, which is to be...

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Opinions from Others.

The Design of Steam Tractors. The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. [1358] Sir,—When referring to the inefficiency of the...

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What to Do in Emergencies.

During the present state of affairs. we shall substitute this new feature for our usual " Drivers' and Mechanics'...

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The Purchase Department.

Where to Buy your Supplies. You Can Get It At " K.P." (Dorchester).—The system of petrol storage for which you inquire is...