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25th January 1917
25th January 1917
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More Coke, and Why.

We last surntnarized the claims of coke upon all commercial intereSts in our issim of the ith ult. Mr. E. W. L. Nicol, the fuel...

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"Spares. "

The More Effective Organization of Spare-part Replacements Must Play a Large Part in After-the-War Commercial-vehicle...

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One Hears

That all London heard. Of "groggy" agrimotors. Of Titans and tightenings. That not every Co. is cosey. That agency begins at...

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1917: The Agent's Year Article V.

Premises, Equipment, and Sales Managers' Immediate Preparations. By the Editor. The third article of this series—one from a...

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The Wheels of Industry.

" The wheel of wealth will be slowed by all difficulties of transport at whatever points arising, as a carriage is by the...

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Electric Drive in Garage and Workshop.

I.—General Advantages. Alongside the exceedingly rapid rise of the motor transport industry has been the no less rapid...

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Coal-gas, Coke, and Benzole.

The Gaseous, Solid and Liquid Motor Fuels of the Future. By E. W. L. Nicol, Engineer and Fuel Expert to the London Coke...

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The Austin Release,

A Number 431 2-3-ton Chassis, with War-suggested Improvements, Available for Commercial Users. When the story of the war comes...

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Out and Home. The Story of a Cure, and • ---Another Competition for By "The Extractor."

A Quick Cure. A good story reaches me anent a convoy of Leyland. wagons under military control passing through Lancashire near...

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Our Campaign Comforts Fund.

Half the Winter Months Now Behind Us. How the Comforts are Appreciated Overseas. The Official Fund for the Mechanical...

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An American Motor Plough.

An Interesting Surrey Demonstration of its Capabilities. The extreme importance of agricultural activity no doubt accounted in...

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Our Despatches from the Front (No. 124).

Preparing an M.T., A.S.C. Unit for Duty with a Siege Battery Overseas. WITH A SIEGE BATTERY, November; TM .(CoiLtinued from...

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Opinions from Others.

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

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An Accelerator Pedal Fitting for a Ford Van. One of the special advantages of the Ford as a commercial van is its simplicity...

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Answers. to Queries.

Help From Us for_a Local War Charity. [4126] (Agricultural).—This journal cannot very well make appeals for other funds, in...

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A PRIZE OF TEN SHILLINGS is awarded each week to

the sender of the best letter which ure" publish ma this-page: all others paid for at the rateof a penny , a tine, with an...

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With Intent to Improve.

A Weekly Summary a Recent Patents, of Interest to the Maker and User of Commercial Motor Vehicles. The Holt Manufacturing Co.,...