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31st October 1907
31st October 1907
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A Question of Representation.

We are assured, in reference to our short editorial references of last week on the subject of " Adequate representation of...

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Mr. Henry Sturtney on the Recent Trials

Now that the Commercial Vehicle :rials are over, although we have not is yet received the judges' awards, it is lossibie to...

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Typical Business Motors for Heavy Loads.

The "J. & B..-Lacre" 3-ton Chassis. This 3-ton van or lorry chassis was introduced to the commercial motoring world at the...

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The Motor Omnibus World.

The L. and Y.R. New Service. One of the Milnes-Daimler motorbuses, which was in service between Blundellsands and Thornton, is...

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Summary of Mr. Dugald Clerk's Address.

(Continued from page 177.) Maximum Economy and Maximum Power. He had found that it was possible to reduce the carbonic oxide...

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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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Gyratory Traffic Regulation.

A Novel and Practical Suggestion for Dealing with Traffic at Busy Centres. Some practical suggestions for the improved control...

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One Thousand Miles by Motorbus.

Impressions Gained from Sundry Journeys upon a Milnes-Daimler Double-Decker. The writer did not travel the whole thousand...

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From Our Berlin Correspondent.

The Upper Erz Gebirge District. The parishes in the Platten district are considering the advisability of linking Barringen and...

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Scottish Cars in R.A.C. Trials. The Editor, " THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR." Sir :—As a Scotch reader of your excellent journal, I...

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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, Where a...

A New " Alwaysdry " Seat.

One of the principal objections to travelling on the upper-deck of a motorbus is the damp state of the seats after a shower of...

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Patents Completed.

Hartridge Tire Syndicate, Ltd., and Another.—No. 26,480, dated 22nd November, 1906.—The tire consists of two sections of rubber...