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20th March 1913
20th March 1913
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The Comfort of the Driver.

Manufacturers of petrol vehicles continue to give increasing attention to the matter of protection for the driver against...

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One Hears— of an old motorbus body used as an illicit petrol store.

That they'll have telephones in Bundoran when the pigs begin to fly. Of an order's being placed for a large number of...

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The New Three-ton F.I.A.T. Chassis.

First-published Description of a Well-designed Model which Made its First Appearance at the Manchester Show. During our...

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Improved Loading Devices.

It is interesting to note that many users of commercial motors are at length realizing that greatly improved loading and...

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What Users Tell Us Interview 2

We Gather the Experiences of a Well-known Furnisher. Our readers will remember that, a fortnight ago, we described the...

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"Heavy Motor Vehicles." #

Further Extracts from the recent paper. We published the first portion of our abridgement of the paper which was read on...

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The Crown Agents' Watering Wagons.

On a glorious morning of last week a member of the Editorial staff of this journal met a representative of John I. Thornycroft...

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News and Comment.

This journal is extensively read by the heads of many wealthy commercial houses. Extreme pressure on our space necessitates...

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In Public Service.

Hendon U.D.C. has accepted the tender of Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., at £1220. The new Dennis engine for Coatbridge has...

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The Motorbus and Property Betterment.

A Reply to the Cry of "Tax the Motorbuses." Over the offices of a leading house and estate agent in Richmond. Surrey, is a...

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Planning a Small Steam-Wagon Garage.

The question of suitable housing for steam wagons is one of more importance than is generally considered. The creditable...

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A Promising Splashguard.

Following a letter which appeared in our issue of the :30th January, from a correspondent " w.B.H.," who advised everybody who...

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More Motor Transport Wanted.

By "Home from Nigeria." In making the statement, that in Nigeria there lies a vast field waiting for the extension of...

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Opinions from Others.

The Editor invites correspondence on all subjects connected wits the use of commer:ial motors. Letters shonlet be on OM side of...

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The Purchase

Where to Buy your Supplies. You Can Get it At--. " G.R." (Stoke-on-Trent).—In reply to your query as to the address of the...

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From Drivers and Mechanics.

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

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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...