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31st July 1913
31st July 1913
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After the Show.

There was a pleasant business hum, about the Olympia Show, which closed on Saturday last, although we have no doubt that...

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One Hears— Sometimes by wireless.

That oil merchants like sleeves. That electricity will come before alcohol. That a. "Swan Song" for horses is in hand. * That...

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Showmanship at the Show. —By the Inspector.

At the close of the last Manchester Show we wrote, somewhat trenchantly, perhaps, of what we considered the inability of the...

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Petrol Engines at Olympia.—By a Builder.

It was with considerable satisfaction that I noted the complete absence of freak designs amongst . the engines staged at...

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Rear Axles at Olympia.

By a Chief Draughtsman. That finality in design of ,back axles and rear drives for industrial vehicles has by no means been...

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Interesting Papers at Show Time

Synopses of Communications to the Imperial Motor Transport Conference. Some 15 papers were submitted to the meetings of the...

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News and and Comment.

This journal is extensively read by the heads of many wealthy commercial houses. Three Typical Complimentary Opinions. From...

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In Public Service.

It is reported that negotiations are nearly completed for an amalgamation between the New Motor Cab Co. Ltd., and the British...

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Brasier Industrial Machines in England.

This well-known concern emphasized its business intentions in this country by having staged three distinct types of models at...

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Out and Home.—BY

" The Extractor." It will be seen on an accompanying page that our artist has been busy with thumb-nail sketches during the...

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Finance of the Construction and Upkeep of Roads.—Provision of Revenues.*

Concluded from page 466). One writer only, M. Guechoff (Bulgaria), is oppossd Is the principle of taxing vehicles, and indeed...

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Observations as to Various Causes of Wear and Deterioration of Roadways'

In the Open Country (Country Roads). By Councillor Pietzeb, Chemnitz (Saxony). Wear Produced by the Weather. 'The author is...

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Small Users in Big Cities (No. 5).

In and Around Cardiff. Examples of Local Motor Delivery of Cloth, Tea, Beer and Spirits, Laundry Work, Flour, Tobacco,...

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What Users Tell Us I

Interview 12 Dickens and Jones--" 156,000 Miles Without a Breakdown Is Our Record." We must admit that we regarded the...

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Answers to Queries.

Our readers will be informed by the Editor on any points connected with the construction or use of commercial motors. Whore a...

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Opinions from Others.

The Editor invites correspondenr-e on all sublects connected with the use of conimer. - ial motors. Letters should be on one...

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The Purchase Department.

Where to Buy your Supplies. Steel Castings for Industrial Vehicles. One of the most imposing exhibits in the accessory...

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TEN SHILLINGS WEEKLY is paid for the best communication received,

and one penny a line of ten words for anything else published, with an allowance for photographs. Send us an account of any...

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Patents Completed.

Complete specifications of the following patents will be sent to any address in the United Kingdom by the Sales Branch, Patent...