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21st February 1907
21st February 1907
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Inexpert Judges.

Sir E. R. Henry's system of reference to a " Noise Committee "is, in principle, a satisfactory method of procedure, but his...

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Chassis Construction in the North Country.

The Heavy Motor Section of the Armstrong-Whitworth Works is approaching compIetior. The fact that the construction of heavy...

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The Renard Road Train Demonstration.

On Friday last, the r5th instant, a large gathering of interested gentlemen assembled at the garage of the London and District...

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Petrol-Electric Transmission for Road Vehicles.

Reply to the Discussion on Messrs. Hart 8/ Durtnall's paper. The Ilart-llurtnall system is based on experience in carrying out...

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The Motor Omnibus World.

London's New Testing Ground for Motorbuses: Scenes on Wimbledon Common. "The Western Mail" (Cardiff) argues that the electric...

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News and Comment.

The Facts about this issue: Newsagents and subscribers' orders, 6,300 copies; voucher, library, hotel, and other regular...

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The Edinburgh Show.

The tenth annual motor exhibition was opened at the Waverley Market, Edinburgh, on the t5th inst. Both Ensfish and Scottish...

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The Exhibitors at Olympia.

Revised Official List of Stand-holders in all Sections of the Show. We will rest content, this week, in publishing a complete...

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The Hitchon Gear. The Editor," THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR." Sir :—ln regard to the controversy taking place between Mr. Sutton and...

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Society of Motor Omnibus Engineers.

Paper by Mr. Worby Beaumont. The title given to me for this paper, namely, " The evolution of the Motor Omnibus, and a...

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The B.T.H. Petrol-Electric System.

There is, at present, a considerable amount of interest evinced with regard to petrol-electric propulsion for motorbuses, and...

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The Strength and Structure of Alloys.

It was a happy thought which impelled Col. Crompton, the President of the Institate of Automobile Engineers, to invite Mr....

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Patents Completed.

BURNER.—Wright.—No. 18,206, dated 14th August, 1906.—The burner has a central longitudinal passage (1) of rectangular...