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1st February 1917
1st February 1917
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The Supervision of Agrimotors: Transport for the Produce of Newly-tilled Areas.

The Government, acting through the Ministry of Munitions of the County War Agricultural Committees, continues to make strenuous...

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One Hears

"May I remove 7" That China's coming in. That each offensive gets earlier. That welding specialists like smashes. That Edge...

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1917: The Agent's Year—Article VI.

With New Sales Methods Necessary, Shall it be Agent or Branch ? By the Writer of Article IV. .There has been practically no...

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Electric Drive in Garage and Workshop.

IL —Application of Motors. By G.T. In my , previous article on "Electri c Drive in the Garage the general advantages in regard...

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A Locomotive for Light Railways.

The Ruston Oil Loco, Largely Used in Powder Factories, Munition Works, and Other Industries, is Simple in Construction, Can Use...

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The Overland Delivery Van.

A Well-equipped 7 cwt. Delivery Van, Which, Complete with Electric Lighting and Starter, Sells for .E200. The Overland touring...

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The Wheels Of Industry.

"The 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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Food Production Under War Conditions.

Joint Announcement by War Office and Board of Agriculture. Keeping the Agrimotors Running. No References to Transport from the...

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Carnarvon Motorbus By-laws.

Important Test Case as to Validity when Authorized Stand is Unreasonable and Unsuitable. The Carnarvon. Corporation has from...

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German After-the-War Preparation.

A Dutch Journal Commences a New Feature, Dealing with Commercial Motorism, by a Description of the Adler Chassis. A now...

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Pre-war Agritnotor Costs.

Current working costs with all classes of mechanical aids to agriculture are now abnormal, due to war conditions. Fuel, labour...

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Our Campaign Comforts Fund.

Completion of the Third £5000 Stage on Receipts Side. Our List of Totals Grows Still Longer. The Oilicial Fund tor the...

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Our Despatches from the Front (No. 125).

Preparing an ACT., A.S.C. Unit for Duty with a Siege Battery Overseas. WITH A SIEGE BATTERY, November, 1916. (Continued from...

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ACCESSORIES & FITTINGS for egz Light Vans.

A Powerful Tire Pump. Simms Motor Units, Ltd., of Percy Buildings, Grease Street, Rathbone Place, W., markets a useful and...

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Opinions from Others.

The Editor Invites orrespondence on all subjects connected with the use of commercial motors. Letters should be on one sloe of...

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Lamps Alight. • Light your lamps at 5.24 in London,

5.22 in Edin_ burgle 5.19 in Newcastle, 5.30 in Liverpool, 528 in Birmingham, 5,34 in Bristol, and 6.13 in Dublin. Care of a...

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With Intent to Improve.

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