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23rd May 1912
23rd May 1912
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Next Monday's Parade.

Everything is in good form for the holding of the sixth annual C.M.U.A. parade. On Monday morning next, before 9.30 a.m., some...

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One Hears

That it would be a. fine advertisement. That the W.W. people are reawakening. That avowed unfriendliness begets the like. That...

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The Armstrong Four.tonner.

The First Batch of this Newly-designed Model is Now in Hand at the Elswick Works, Newcastle-on-Tyne. In our issue for the 4th...

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Goods Transport

Trailer Equipment in Lancashire. From a correspondent in Lancashire we hear that the law which requires trailers to be...

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Passenger-Vehicle Topics.

London Items. A small private company has been registered with the title of Cooperative Motor Cabs, Ltd. A two-cylinder...

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Fire-Brigade . .

• . . Matters. TM: _Dennis works mean to have the Guildford order. TyMosley (Lancs.) is preparing to spend money on...

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News and Comment.

This journal is extensively read by the heads of many wealthy commercial houses. The latest news about the Parade will be...

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The Proving of "Con-Rods."

Much of the undoubted efficiency of the modern high-speed internal-combustion engine is due to that branch of the development...

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Out and Home. -By " The Extractor."

Amongst the Matacos. Agrimotors for Cannibals. Christening the Carrier. Our sister paper, " The Motor Boat," finds interested...

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Conditions and Doings in India.

No Country Needs Speedy Ambulances more than India. Export Duty on Burmese Rice to Pay for New ,Road Campaign. From Our...

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Answers to Queries.

Wants to Know Makers, etc. [1976] "ROLLER BEARING writes :—" We are very anxious to secure a number of lay outs of the most...

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Opinions from Others.

The Parade, The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. [i35-1] Sir,—I should like to suggest this year that, in my opinion, the makers...

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From Drivers and Mechanics.

TEN SHILLINGS WEEKLY is paid for the best cornmunication received, and one penny a line of ten words for anything else...

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The Supply Department.

Selected Information which is likely to be of interest to Makers, Owners, and their Buyers. An Improved Accumulator. J. C....

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Patents Completed.

Another Two-cycle Engine. C. T. B. Sangster and W. Evans.— No. 9056, dated 11th April, 1911.—In -this engine a trunk piston of...