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25th January 1912
25th January 1912
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Page 1, 25th January 1912

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Snow and Road Transport.

Whilst the South of England has so far eseaped the downfall of snow, many provincial areas have not been so fortunate. In fact,...

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One Hears

Onmibusiness on the Stock Exchange. That the L.G.O.C. will soon be the L.G.U.C. the question is "Tit be or not tii be." Of a...

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New Municipal Motors for Paris.

The Municipality of the French Capital is Experimenting with a Number of Types of Sweepers, Water Carts, etc. inipottant...

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The Wall Tri.carrier : First Description.

One of the most interesting features of the last Motor Cycle Show at Olympia, which was held in November of last year, was the...

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- From Our Own Correspondent in Malaya.

There is something in the wind here about a project for the centralization and monopolizing of the motorbus services of the...

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The Latest Issue Result.

The public subscription to the issue of the New Central Omnibus Co., Ltd., was slightly in excess r f 258,000. These cash...

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News and Comment.

This journal is extensively read by the heads of many wealthy commercial houses. A new three-wheeled parcel carrier is...

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Fire-Brigade Matters.

Dundee's Argyll. Eirernaster Weir, of Dundee, has been g iving demonstrations round about that town—at Cupar Angus,...

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Will the writer who attached a cutting from this journal

in reference to No. 13 Foden owned by Joseph Rank, Ltd., kindly let us have his name and address ? An American Opinion. Mr....

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Faulty Delivery Organization.

By "Despatch." I have observed carefully the methods of assembling and sorting materials and parcels for delivery, and I find...

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A few more echoes come reverberating from Glasgow and the

Scottish Show. Mr. F. B. Goodchild doughtily forced his way up North by road. The going would appear to have been somewhat of...

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" Faking " the Taximeter.

An Article which is Intended to Warn the Owner Against a Variety of Ingenious Methods by which He may be Plundered. In...

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More About Repairs.

A Brief Report of the Discussion which Followed Mr. D. J. Smith's Paper, of which a Review was Included in our Last Issue. "In...

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Opinions from Others.

The Repair of Motor Vehicles. The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. [1,482] Sir, — I have devoted valuable time to reading Mr. D....

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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 MOIOPS. Where a...

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Culled from Contemporaries.

Some Other Journals' Interesting Opinions Which We Do Not Always Endorse. Going! Going!! ---? Some of the old horses that are...

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From Drivem and Mechanics.

foranything else published, with an allowance for photographs. tVorkshoft tips and smart repairs ; long and successful runs;...

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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...