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24th October 1912
24th October 1912
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"Firm Prizes" at the 1915 Parade.

The greatest possible interest is being taken in the programme for next year's Parade, which is fixed for Whit Monday, the 12th...

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English Capital in German Cities.

Translated from the " Allgemeine Automobil-Zeitung." From the Bavarian capital comes the news that the City of Munich intends...

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A Brewers' Chemist' s Thornycroft.

Elsewhere in this issue will be found the experiences of two users of commercial motors in the brewing industry, as related to...

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The Eastern Motor Wagon Co., Ltd.

A Haulage Concern which Busies Itself Principally with Contract Work for Many of the Largest London Breweries. Duringthe...

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Motor-Ambulance Activity.

The Cookstown (Ireland) Board of Guardians has decided to purchase two motor ambulances. Rawtenstall Borough Council is still...

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Passenger-Vehicle Topics.

Mr. McKenna has issued a circular to magistrates dealing with the punishment of offences under the Motor Car Acts, and stating...

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News and Comment.

This journal is extensively read by the heads of many wealthy commercial houses. British motor spirit deserves all...

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Provincial Delivery of London Newspapers.

From a• correspondent in the Midlands we have received a photograph of one of the "Daily Chronicle" vans, snapped in...

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A British-made Motor Spirit.

Further Particulars of the New Fuel as Suggested in Our Last Issue. The Processes Described. The possibility of obtaining a...

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Motorbus Well and Motorvan Trade.

We do not support the view that there is any outraged public feeling in regard to the matter of fatal street accidents in...

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The Industry in Central Europe.

Hungarian P.O. to Have 500 Motors, English Daimler Bus Demonstrating on the Continent. The Latest Marienfelde W.O. Type....

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Out and Home.—By " The Extractor."

Impressed by our Two L.G.O. Articles. Mechanics want Music Halls. Touring by Bus from Blackpool. The series of photographs in...

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Opinions from Others.

Motorbus Defensive Tactics. The Editor, THE COAIMERCIAL MOTOR. 11096] Sir,—A great deal of space and time seems to have been...

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The Purchase Department.

Where to Buy your Supplies. Notices of Useful and Interesting Specialities at Olympia and in the Showroom. Accurate Die...

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Answers to Queries.

Remunerative Charges for Carriers. [2046] " SCOTTISH CARRIER " writes I should be obliged if you would kindly give me your...

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From Drivers and Mechanics.

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

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Patents Completed.

An Improved Scavenge. F. H. Tanner, No. 22,155, dated 9th October, 1911.—This invention relates to two-cycle engines in which...