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21st March 1912
21st March 1912
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To Ascertain the Best Routes.

Owners and drivers are often at a los.s to know the best route, when the work in hand calls for the dis patch of one or more...

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Boy or Motor?

The Tradesman's Tricycle. The Motor Carrier Gives Double the Load Capacity at Treble the Speed for Less Money. " Well, yes, I...

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Free Legal Defence and Advice. Prompt Information About Cross Country Routes for Nominal Fees. Associateship of the R.A.C. Many...

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Transport Peculiarities in Madrid.

Towards; the end of last week we received a call from B. Jones on his way hack from Madrid, where he has been for a few weeks...

From Yoker to Niogok.

A Fleet of Halley Wagons in Service To and From the Ruby Mines of Burmah. Nowadays it is almost as fatuous to write of the...

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A Visit to the Paris General Omnibus Co.

1000 Single-deck Motorbuses to be Running by December Next. Drivers Not Allowed to Touch Their Engines. Standardization the...

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Passenger-Vehicle Topics.

Shoot the Tires. A chauffeur who refused to pull up when ordered to do so has been stopped by a policeman, who fired at the...

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Goods Transport

by VAN, WAGON and TRACTOR. To Enfor..e Axle-weight Limits. Mr. John Burns, in reply to Mr. Cathcart Wason, stated last week...

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News and Comment.

This journal is extensively read by the heads of many wealthy commercial houses. " One Hears " will be found on page 37. A...

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A Marshall Agrimotor in Suffolk.

150 Acres Ploughed in 100 Hours, at a Total Cost of Ss. 6d. Per Acre. 200 Sacks of Oats Threshed in Six Hours, with a...

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The French Military Trials for 1912.

In view of the fact. that our own War Office appears at last to be contemplating the conduct of actual trials of vehicles which...

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One Hears— Of an inquiry for the hauling of a

6-ton load from Soho to Durham, and that offers are wanted at once. That further experiments are being made in London with a...

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Out and Ho m e. By "The Extractor."

Autogenuus Welding. Leyland's Diesel. Strike Results. A Tale Against Wigan. A . case came before my notice during last week in...

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Pioneer Transport in Africa.

The Need of a Large Stock of Spares. Paraffin the only Regular Fuel Supply. Interesting Traffic-Department Routine. A...

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Opinions from Others.

Petrol-measuring Devices. The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. [15121 Sir, —I see in your interesting paper that a...

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Answers to Queries.

Our readers will be informed by the Editor on any poiets connected with the construction or use of commercial victors. Where a...

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From Drivers and Mechanics.

TEN SHILLINGS WEEKLY is paid for the best communication received, and one penny aline of ten words for anything else published,...

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Patents Completed.

Complete specifications of the following patents will be sent to any address in the United Kingdom upon receipt of eightpence...