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19th June 1913
19th June 1913
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Steam Wagons for Australia.

We regret to learn that the removal of the unfair incidence of the import duty on steam wagons which are entered at any...

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One Hears—

For what the Editor judges to be the best published " One hears," if it happen to be contributed, half-a-crown will be awarded...

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The Globe Light Van.

We have tended the parcelcar from the time of its infancy to the present day of its lusty youth, with .assiduous care, in the...

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Ready Tor the "Royal."

The Locale for 1913 is on the Picturesque Durdham Downs, Known to All Visitors to Bristol. It is Hoped to Beat Newcastle's...

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Garages for Commercial Vehicles.

By George W. Watson, M.I.Mech.E., M.I.A.E. The author is the _Tnspecting Enginee r of th e Commerazil Motor Users Association...

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As the result of an order from the Paris Municipal Council, the General Omnibus Co., of Paris, is at present carrying out a...

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In Public Service.

Llanelly Town Council has resolved to purchase a motor watercart. Dunfermline Town Council will purchase a motor fire-engine...

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Decline of L.C.C. Tramcar Undertaking.

£497 for Renewals and Reserve. The Motorbus, which was to have Found a Place only in a Museum, is Preferred by the Travelling...

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News and Comment.

This journal is extensively read by the heads of many wealthy commercial houses. Readers who may desire to attend the Third...

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TRNWAYS & CAMAGE CLP After minute investigation of the many active branches of the business of the Bristol Tramways and...

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A New Smith Carburetter.

This Well-known Maker of Motor Specialities Introduces a New Four-jet :Type. The house of Smith, we imagine, first became...

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Out and Home. Clayton Reminiscences. ." .— A Good Man Available,

The Extractor." It feels like taking an advantage ,o publish the subjoined caricature when the innocent subject of it is away...

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A New 30-cwt. Straker-Squire Machine.

An Interesting Model Which Will be Staged Both at Bristol and Olympia. We recently inspected the new 30-ewt. machine made by...

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New Renault Taxicab Features.

Some 15 months ago in our issue dated 21st December, 1911, pages 327-8, we were able to give our readers first particulars ot...

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The War Office Subsidy Muddle.

Article 4.—More Departures from the 1912 Specification. Approval of Worm Drive. The Annual "Overhaul" Imminent. We commented,...

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Another Letter from Mr. John E. Thornycroft.

Its Contents Show How Confused is the State of Affairs. The. Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. 112231 Sire—In commenting on my...

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The Vindication of the Motorbus.

Final Set of Extracts from Mr. Albert H. Stanley's Evidence Before the House of Commons Committee on London Traffic.—(concluded...

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Opinions from Others.

The Press, the Parade, and the Truth. The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. [1220] Sir,—It was interesting to read the very...

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Horns for the Motorvan.

In spite of increasing competition, the standard type of horn fitted with a reed and rubber bulb still maintains its position...

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ED m Drivers &Mechanics TEN SHILLINGS WEEKLY is paid for

the best communication received, and one penny a line of ten words for anything else published, with an allowance for...

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Patents Completed.

Complete specifications of the following patents will be sent to any address in the United Kingdom by the Sales Branch, Patent...