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21st January 1915
21st January 1915
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COMMERCIAL MOTOR Recognized in Business and Military Circles as the Leading journal. The Authority on all forms of Motor...

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When Does Extraordinary Traffic Become Ordinary Traffic ?

We give a brief report, on page 381, of a case which was opened at the Congleton County Court on Tuesday of last week. It was...

The Physical Limits of Labour in Relation to Motor Transport.

Concern is universal as to the effects of labour shortage in this country. Railway and shipping companies are wholly unable to...

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Our Despatches from the Front.

More About the American " Trucks " for the French Army. Lorries with Left-hand Control. British-made Lorries Proving Best at...

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Our £5000 "Campaign Comforts" Fund.

Bulford A.S.C. Heads the Donations. 410 Cases Now Despatched. Increasing Number of A.S.C., M.T., Columns to be "Comforted."...

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New Heavy Type of Cutting-off Machine Tool.

The Latest Plant for Dividing Bar up to 8 in. Diameter. Charles Taylor (Birmingham), Ltd., is a manufacturer of machine tools...

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By E. W. L. Nicol, Secretary of London Coke Committee. The commercial value of motor haulage to the average user is determined...

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The Wheels of Industry,

This journal, dealing as it does with the "Chariots of War," no less than with the "Wheels of Industry," continues of national...

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The New 50-cwt. Arrol-Johnston.

Some months ago, when the writer had the pleasure of visiting the Arrol-Johnston works, he was lucky enough to find the first...

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Activity in Toronto..

Mobilizing Canada's Second Contingent by Motorcar. A Packard Armoured and Armed Car. Big War Orders in Canada. Capable of...

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The Effect of Weight on Skidding.

The fact that the present winter season is proving one of the wettest on record might of itself be sufficient excuse for...

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Answers to Queries.

Wants to Buy a Disused Char-a-banes. [2528] (I. of W.).—Mr. G. R. Bray, of 163, Malmesbury Road, Bow, E., recently had a...

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TEN SHILLINGS WEEKLY is paid for the best communication received,

and one penny a line of ten words for anything else published, with an allowance, for photographs. Send as an account of any...

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Patents Completed.

Propeller-shaft. Novel Change-speed Gearind. Carburetter Improvements. Additional Spring Suspension. Complete specifications...