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29th June 1905
29th June 1905
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Motors and Agriculture.

An extended adoption of mechanical power in connection with transport undertakings, whether by road or rail, has always given...

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News of the Week.

The French Club is setting a worthy example to Piccadilly as regards maintained activity over its commercial motor trials. The...

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The Motor Omnibus World.

The L.G.O. Co., Ltd., has just taken delivery of two Leyland buses from the Lancashire Steam Motor Co., Ltd. An announcement...

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Adaptation of Highways for Modern Traffic.*

It must be apparent to the most casual observer that many of the existing highways of this country are sadly in need of...

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The Improvement of London Traffic.*

How great the future needs of London are likely to become may be inferred from the figures put forward by Mr. Edgar Harper, the...

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Stagg's Motor Wheel,

In our issue of April 27th, allusion was made to the new motor wagon wheel which has been put on the market by Messrs. Stagg...

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The Improvement of London Traffic. The Editor, " THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR." Sir,—In your issue of the isth inst., I notice that...

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Motors for Market Gardeners.

The use of motors in connection with agricultural pursuits appears to be extending. It already embraces tractor haulage for...

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Coal Delivery.

From the" Deutsche Kohlenzeitung," official organ of the Central Association of German coal dealers, we extract the following...

The Drivers' Column.

T. M. (Edinburgh) writes :—" I have been a driver of steam wagons for some considerable time, and greatly interested in them. I...

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Abridgments of Interesting Patent Specifications.

No. x6,/it, dated July 20th, 1904 A. Carolan, 83, Cannon Street, London, of the General Electric Co., U.S.A.-This invention...