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18th November 1915
18th November 1915
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Recognized in Business and Military Circles as the Leading Journal. The Authority on all forms of Motor Transport. Largest...

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Mersey Goods Ferries.

The following resolution was passed, at a meeting of the Manchester, Liverpool and Counties Commercial Motor Users Association,...

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A Review of London Traffic in 1915.*

The position of London traffic in the year 1913, as many readers of this journal will recall, was approaching its climax of...

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" Somewhere in Luton."

A Few Interesting Notes Relating to the Establishment of Commercial Cars, Ltd., at Luton. The work of building, equipping and...

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German Field-Laundry Plant.

There is little need to emphasize at the present time the extraordinary care for detail which characterizes the operations of...

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Making a Ford into a One-Tonner !

The limitations of the scope of this journal, which is very strictly confined to the consideration of vehicles for commercial...

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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," continues of national...

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Petrol-feed Problems.

With Special Reference to the "Autovac" Petrol Feed, a System which Utilizes the Vacuum in the Induction Pipe to Draw Fuel from...

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Our Despatches from the Front (No. 62).

Work with the Canadians. "When There's a Hate On." Life in a Vauxhall Staff Car. PARIS, .90t4 October, 1915. More About...

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Out and Horne.

Lamps Alight. Light up your lamps at :-4.36 on Thursday, 4.35 on Friday, 4.34 on Saturday, 4.32 on Monday, 4.31 on Tuesday,...

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Answers to Queries.

This Lorry or That ? [2800] (Barry).—We have, as requested, mailed a copy of our free sheet of costs. Both the lorries which...