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29th October 1908
29th October 1908
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Side-slip and Skidding.

Last week's decisions of the Court of Appeal (King's 3ench Division), by which, as reported already in this ournal, two leading...

War Offices and Mechanical Transport

It is somewhat early to assert that the British War Office is a laggard in respect of mechanical transport, but Germany is wide...

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Town Planning in Relation to Modern Traffic.

We are glad to observe the growing tendency on the part of Municipalities to take into account the changed conditions of modern...

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The Making of Westinghouse (Morse) Chains.

Silence, as a desirable characteristic of things in general in the mechanical branches of the automobile work!, has become, in...

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The Daimler-Knight Engine.

The discussion that was commenced on the 15th instant, after the reading of a paper at the Royal Automobile Club, by Mr....

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The Motor Omnibus World.

The Southampton Town Council has declined the offer of the London Electrobus Company, Limited, to initiate a service of...

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News and Comment.

This journal fosters, represents, and chronicles commercial motoring in all its branches; it has the largest and best...

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The Paris Road Congress.

An Unfortunate Disproportion in Representation and Voting. (Continued from page 132.) The first International Road Congress...

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With the passing oi the Motor Act of 1896, which legalised the used of the automobile, the roads in this country saw the...

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he Effect of Traction Engine and Heavy Motor Traffic upon

Foundations of Roads.* .laving had occasion to examine-the foundations and sub1 of roads in various English counties, the...

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From Our Berlin Correspondent.

Electric Cabs in Germany. I learn that electric cabs are being in with financial success, at Munich, the Nliinchener...

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The Editor invites correspondence on all subjects connected with the use of commercial motors. Letters should be on side...

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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 anything else published....

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Patents Completed.

BEARINGS.—Mair and Another.—No. 3,747, dated 31st December, 1907.—This invention relates to anti-friction bearings in which...