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21st May 1908
21st May 1908
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Tramcar Congestion.

Neither pedestrians nor drivers of motors are particularly enamoured of tramcars, and the manner in which not a few L.C.C....

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Progressive Methods at Luton.

A Brief Description of Some of the Ingenious Methods of Manufacture in Vogue at the Works of Commercial Cars, Limited. In "THE...

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The Motor Omnibus World.

The Franco-British Exhibition has brought a swarm of motorbuses along the Bayswater Road, and competition is very keen....

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Burnley Obtains Powers.

When, last week, the Police and Sanitary Committee of the House of Commons considered a Bill promoted by the Corporation of...

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News and Comment.

This journal has an exclusive, genuine and maintained circulation: members of its Editorial staff have practical experience and...

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Out and Home._By " The Extractor."

Mr. A. P. Donnison has left the Hopkinson Engine Co., Ltd., of Huddersfield. I understand that Mr. Brown, formerly manager for...

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The Forrest Gearless Motor Hansom.

A Description of an Eight Horse-Power Friction-Driven Machine which sells at 200 Guineas Complete. Any new petrol-driven...

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Effects of Motors on Roads.

The last meeting, for the session 1907-8, of the Incorporated Institution of Automobile Engineers, was held on Wednesday the...

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The Editor invites correspondence on all subjects connected with the use of commercial motors. Letters should be on one side of...

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Carriers and Motor Vehicles.

Progressive Views of Mr. Corrie Grant, M.P. Opposition to a provision in the Burnley Corporation Bill, giving the Corporation...

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Points about Cone Clutches.

The cone type of clutch, particularly that in which the driven member is faced with leather, is undoubtedly the form of...

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Contributions from Drivers and Mechanics.

Ten Shillings Weekly for the Best Communication Received, and One Penny a Line of ten words for anything else published....

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Patents Completed.

REAR-AXLE.—Straker.—No. 3,967, dated 21st February, 1908.—This invention relates to vehicles designed to carry heavy loads. In...