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23rd February 1911
23rd February 1911
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Page 1, 23rd February 1911

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The inauguration of the first official show of the S.M.M.T.,

at Manchester, for which show we last week published a guide and ground plan, marks a distinct stage in the history of the...

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One Hears— chiefly about happenings at Manchester this week. * That the official catalogue was not well sub-edited.

Tales, tales, tales—in the Octagon Lounge at the Midland. That Mr. Raymond Dennis is a past master at working hotel lifts past...

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Worm.driven Axles for Commercial Vehicles.

Among the many hotly-debarpd points relating to the construction of motor vehicles, none has been more strenuously contested...

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The Third Annual London Traffic Report.

A Comprehensive Traffic Census by the L.C.C. The Competition of Motorbus and Tramcar. Concluded from page 495) Expense is no...

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Motorcab Topics.

News contributions are invited: payment will be made on publication. Cheltenham is still being kept without taxicabs;...

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News and Comment.

This journal is the only recognized authority ; it is exclusively read by the heads of many wealthy commercial houses. One...

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Fire-Brigade Matters.

West Ham has now received intimation of the L.G.B.'s approval of its loan of £850 to cover the cost of a motor fire-engine....

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Motorbus World.

News contributions are invited: payment will be made on publication. The s-eekly Traffic returns were unavailable for...

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Nine More Stearn-wagon Letters.

High Up in Peru. Messrs. C. Weiss and Co., Lima, Peru, write:--" The Yorkshire steam wagon ordered for us by our Hamburg...

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Seven More Petrol-vehicle Letters,

Could Do More. The Executors of Thomas Welch, 'Calico, Printers, Green Vale Print Works, Westheughten, near Bolton, under date...

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Tri7ra was . a L young lady of Niger. Who smiled as

she rode on a tiger ; They finished the ride with the lad) inside Lid the smile on the face of the tiger. This famous stanza...

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Pressure upon this v. eek's text pages prevents our devoting any space to the speeches at the pre-show functions. We intend,...

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Accessories, Components, Supplies, Tires, and Wheels.

; Anglo-American Oil Co., Ltd. (100). The large petrol suppliers generally seem fortunate in the securing of easilyremembered...

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A Solid-pneumatic Tire.

The absorption of road shocks at the wheel rem or between the rim and the axle, is absolutely necessary, if a motor vehicle is...

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Opinions from Others.

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

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Answers to Queries.

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

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Side-tipping Wagons and Trailers.

Every tip-wagon driver, at solve time or other, has experienced considerable difficulty in manceuvring his machine into a...

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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 any thing 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...