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30th May 1907
30th May 1907
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Is It Double Punishment?

Sympathy is asked for the drivers of motorbuses who, after they have paid fines and costs in the police courts, are liable to...

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The Rights of Carriers in Towns.

The long-delayed judgment in the Pickford case has arrived with a shock to those who are conversant with the evidence adduced,...

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Reports from Motorvan Users.

Boardmans, Limited, house furnishers and drapers, etc., of Broadway, Stratford, E,, writes, in addition to the letter pub....

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How a Motorvan Works.

The stereotyped trade descriptions of self-propelled vans mud Wagons, whilst they convey a perfect understanding of their...

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The Lighter Side of Commercial Work.

By Henry Sturmey. • Large manufacturers, contractors, railway • companies, brewery firms, ironworkers, and all those having...

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The Motor Omnibus World.

Two 2o , seated, single-deck MimesDaimler omnibuses have been ordered for the South Indian Railway Company. The bodies will be...

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Motorbuses Couple up Berlin Tramway Lines.

The Grosse Berliner Strassenbalin's big project for supplementing its street-rail traffic by . motorbus lines has, as will have...

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News and Comment.

The regular weekly circulation of this journal now exceeds 8,000 copies, exclusive of any extra mailings of special issues....

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Road Tests in France.

Last week (pages 293 and 294.) we gave introductory particulars of the road tests which are now taking place in France,...

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Traction-engine Restrictions. The Editor, " Ti n s COMMERCIAL MOTOR." Sir :—I am surprised at the apparent delight in the...

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Graphic Hints for Wiring.

The Aston Motor Accessories Co., Ltd., of Aston Lower aGrounds, Birmingham, has issued a small pamphlet containing very clear...

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The Road Conference at Olympia.

Abstracts from the Papers (Continued front page 280). a• • The Allocation of Responsibility.' The maintenance of the streets...

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Feed Pumps.

Contributed by an Engineer-in-Charge. Builders of steam wagons are beginning to realise the importance of fitting a pump and...

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Patents Completed.

STARTING HANDL E.—Le Clec'h and Another.—No. 18,929, dated 24th August, 1906.—The arm or crank (k) of the handle is free on a...