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26th October 1916
26th October 1916
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Page 1, 26th October 1916

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The Peak Load by Motorbus : Coalgas About to Confront Electricity.

The peak load of any passenger-carrying system or service is another name for the crush-hour traffic. This usually coincides,...

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One Hears— Who dares to speak of 457 That it's the magneto that does it.

That they're chortling at Chorley. The " 45 " days have yet to expire. The more coal-gas, the more benzole. That there's a...

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Birmingham or Stuttgart, Sheffield or Essen?

Where is the after , the-war magneto to be made ? Are we once again to be dependent on Germany • for the supplies of this...

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How to Keep Your Lorry Fit.—X.

Clayton Wagons are Each Subjected to Severe Tests Before Leaving the Works. Their Future Success is, to Some Extent, in the...

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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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Motors for Russia;

By E. A. Brayley Hodgetts, Assoc.Inst.C.E., Hon. Vice-President of the Russia Society. Russia is a land of extremes and of...

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A New London Repair Works.

• An interview With Mr. Townshend, the genial secretary of the X.Y.Z. Transport Co., Ltd. Carnwath Road, .Fulham, S.W.,...

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A Novel Horse Ambulance.

We Examine the Dennis-Thornycroit Horse Ambulance which was Shown to His Majesty the King on Saturday Last. We were pleased to...

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The Law of Locomotives. Article IV.

"Excessive Weight" and " Extraordinary Traffic." By a Barrister-at-Law. Probably the most difficult phase of the law of...

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Out and Home.

My White Horse. ' Leo Swain. " Bueuresti." By "The Extractor." Motor Trades Debating Society. In consequence of many of the...

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Our Campaign Comforts Fund.

Two More Promises of the £1120 Maximum. Further Extracts from Letters of Appreciation. The Official Fund for the Mechanical...

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Opinions from Others.

A Sprag-cum-brake Fitting for Heavy Lorries. The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. [1393] Sir,—I have pleasure in submitting a...

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r Lit Vans. Urgent Piston-ring Requirements. G. T. Riches and Co., Ltd., of 19, Store Street, Tottenham court Road, informs...

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Our Despatches from the Front (No. 111),

With An Ambulance Unit in the Vosges. FRANCE, September, 1916. A House Disappears. The drivers were hanging round the cars...

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For Drivers, Mechanics, and Foremen.

We revive this popular "C.M." feature in connection with our "Keep Your Lorry Fit" Series * and offer a prize of ONE GUINEA for...

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Patents Completed.

Sparking Plug Construction. Laminated Spring Improvements. A Heavy , fuel Engine. Equable Springing Action. Copies of...