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19th March 1914
19th March 1914
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Page 1, 19th March 1914

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A Reunion of Horseowners.

A report in another part of this issue (page 68) will show that the writer enjoyed yet another privilege one evening last week,...

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One Hears— Ts the light-vein section.

Of a new battle of the buses. Not much more than promises of spring yet. That the mayors made merry at the Museum. That...

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The Motor Museum.

H.H. the Duke of Teck, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., Speaks at the Crystal Palace. Many of our readers will be interested to peruse a full...

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at By Our Own The ninth annual motor show, held from 14th to 9.1st February, under the auspices of the Automobile Trades...

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Design for Maintenance.

Always insistent upon the importance of the designer's familiarizing himself with every possible detail of the necessities of...

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From Bombay to Burmah and Simla to Ceylon.

Subsidy Models for India. Pushing the Trolleybus. Dennis Enterprise. From Our Indian Correspondent. The Supply and Transport...

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In Public Service.

At Dorking, the L.G.O.C. has been granted 60 lieenees. Preparations are in hand to convert many two-cylinder Renault cabs to...

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The Light Van Problem and How it Must

Be Tackled. The Cost oi Running the 7-cwt. Four-wheeler. We have now arrived at that stage in our investigations of the...

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We now have the pleasure to present the first nirmher . of a series of short and well-illustrated descriptive articles...

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A few days ago we inspected an example of the four-ton Itala chassis, which has just been imported into England for the first...

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As a result of a meeting of cab owners and drivers held at the Holborn Restaurant in December of last year, it was decided to...

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News and Comment.

This journal is extensively read by the heads of many wealthy commercial houses. Great strides are being made, in respect of...

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Out and Home. rairbetfivrir" By " The Extractor." Sawdust Engines.

To have to make holiday at Bournemouth in early March, instead of participating in the rattle, the bustle, the exhilaration of...

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News from Central Europe.

A Fine Breakdown Lorry for Spanish W.O. A New Petrol-electric Road Train. From Our Resident Continental Correspondents. On...

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Opinions from Others.

Hoods for Motorbus Tops. The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. [1327] Sir,—The cartoons in your 'current issue are distinctly...

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The Purchase Department.

Where to Buy your Supplies. h.. You Can Get It At " C.V." (Oxford).—The hot-water stoves for which you inquire are made by...

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From Drivers &Mechanics

TEN SHILLINGS WEEKLY is paid for the best communication received, and one penny a line of ten words for anything else...

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Patents Completed.

A " Super-resilient " Tire. A Progressively. , sprung Shock Absorber. T. KaraaNJEE and A. B. PARANJAPE, No. 18,433, dated 13th...