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28th September 1911
28th September 1911
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Page 1, 28th September 1911

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The Reverse as a Brake.

Steam-wagon drivers know the value of reversing the valve-gear as a check upon pace when going down hill, and it has become...

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One Hears " Very well, thank you," after the holidays.

That the Wolseley Co. has designs on the cab trade. Of skating rinks being transformed into garages and workshops. That Sir...

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Costs for 15-cwt. Vans.

At the beginning of the year—as a matter of fact in our first issue for 1911, we published a four-page article entitled "About...

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War Office and Petrol Lorries.

Treasury Expects Registration of Numerous Vehicles upon Inadequate and Uncommercial Terms. Provisional Scheme for the...

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The Commercial Motor in New Zealand.

From Our Own Correspondent. 'ommercial motors do not as yet play a prominent part in New Zealand, but they will. Their competi...

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Motorbus World.

Sews contributions are invited : payment will be mode on publication. Each of the Metropolitan steam omnibuses consumes on an...

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Fire-Brigade Matters.

News contributions are invited: payment will be made on publication. Stanley (near Wakefield) U.D.C. is the latest authority...

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News and Comment.

This journal is admitted to possess the influence, the men, the standing and the leading circulation. It is exclusively read by...

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Motorcab Topics.

News contributions are invited ...payment will be made on publication. On Tuesday last the W. and G." Swimming Club held a...

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Road Sprinklers for the Durban

The two photographs which we reproduce on this page illustrate one of a couple of speciallydesigned, steam-driven road...

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A Night in a Big Cab Garage.

The Following Article is a Resume of an Interesting Description which appears in the Current Issue of Our Sister Journal "The...

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Opinions from Others.

The Daimler Tram, The Editor, TEE CoMMERCIAL MOTOR. [I,42.1] have 'read Aveimg's letter about, a l'annler train at strike...

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Answers to Queries.

Protos Vans. ` . WHEELS write : We should be obliged if you could inform us the maker of the Protos vans." AssiswErt.—The...

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Contributions from Drivers and Mechanics.

TEN SHILLINGS WEEKLY for the Best Communication Received, and One Penny a Line of ten words for any thing else published....

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The Supply Department.

Selected Information which is likely to be of Interest to Makers, Owners, and their Buyers. Winter Running. Messrs. Leo....

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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...