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19th September 1912
19th September 1912
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Page 1, 19th September 1912

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Parcelcars with Trailers.

A bit of a legal conundrum was expounded to Us, one day recently, in regard to the speed at which any of the several typical...

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One Hears

That the past summer was a mild winter. Whispers of motor-wagon fines paid in advance. That a combine for the public weal is a...

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Mechanical Transport at Grand Manceuvres.

The Final Decision in Favour of Internal-combustion Lorries. The First Subsidized Columns, totalling over 100 vehicles, at...

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Passenger-Vehicle Topics.

There are now 2395 motorbuses in regular London services Tramway Enterprise. The Gateshead and District Tramways Co., Ltd.,...

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Out and Home.—By "The Extractor."

Suitable Advertisements. Seeking Notoriety. The Melen.-Express. The editor of a prominent journal was told by one of his...

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News and Comment.

This journal is extensively read by the heads of many wealthy commercial houses. Some detailed references to the use of motor...

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Why Motor Transport Thrives.

By an Occasional Contributor. People are quickly realizing what a vast and mighty change is taking place in the transportation...

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Goods Transport.

Export Thornycrolts. At all times popular with the Crown Agents for the Colonies, we learn that another 30 h.p. Thornycroft...

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Opinions from Others.

Speedometers for Commercial Vehicles. The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL Moms,. [1073] Sir,—During the last 12 months, we have been...

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The Industry in Central Europe.

Stiff Conditions on the German Subvention Run.---The Berlin Police and Mechanical Indicators. A Motor Show in German east...

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Answers to Queries.

A Cheaper Welsh Coal. [2025] '' BERES." writes I notice in your issue of THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR of the 29th August, that 'One...

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The Supply Department

Selected Information which is likely to be of Interest to Makers, Owners, and their Buyers. A Portable Engine Set for the...

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Patents Completed.

A New Portable Jack. F. Little, No. 26,280, dated 24th November, 1911.—A portable jack is made convenient for packing purposes...