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19th July 1917
19th July 1917
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Page 1, 19th July 1917

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Trying for More Petrol.

Users throughout the country have no doubt read, in the course of the past ten days, the text of an official communique from...

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One Hears

"Dull days, no rays, no raids." That women drivers like electrics. That every engine has its own kick. That the Commercar is...

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Boy and Girl Drivers.

By "The Inspector." 1 remember, some while ago, quite an interesting discussion, to which publicity was given in several...

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The Coal Transport Reorganization Scheme.

By Granville F. Bilbrough. • It is one of the ironies of these unexampled times that long-distance haulage of coal—at one time...

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Working Steam Wagons.

The Driver and the War : 1915.1917. By a Steam-wagon User. It seems a. long way back to 1913, when the writer found himself...

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The Wallis Farm Tractor.

A Small, Compact, Handy, and Powerful Unit for the Average Farm. Among the many farm tractors, driven -by • - petroleum fuels,...

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The Garrett Electric.

First Example of a New Chassis Makes Good in Norwich. The spread of a real understanding as to the limits of the electric...

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The Motor Omnibus Industry and the War.

By "Manager." (Concluded from page 410.) One cannot but think that the record of the companies in this matter of the supply of...

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The Wheels of Industry.

"Tne 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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Our Despatches from the Front (Non 148).

The Growing Weight of Extra Equipment on British War Vehicles. WITH A TUNNELLING CO. With the lengthening progress of war the...

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Opinions from Others.

Compressed Coal-gas. The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. j1510] Sir,—It makes me feel very sad when I hear people asking for...

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Shell Annual Meeting.

Sir Marcus Samuel, Bart., - chairman of the Shell Transport and Trading Co., Ltd., presided at the annual general meeting of...

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Answers to Queries.

Was the Motor Transport Once Under the Control of the Royal Engineers ? [42987 Trrgeant). — The Mechanical Transport, when it...

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A PRIZE OF TEN SHILLINGS is awarded each week to

the sender of the best letter which we publiqi on this page; all others paid for at the rate of ei : pensy a line, with an...

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With Intent to Improve. 4

A Weekly Summary of Recent Patents ' of Interest to the Maker and User of Commercial Motor Vehicles. Selected and Abridged by...