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31st October 1912
31st October 1912
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Page 1, 31st October 1912

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The Total of Motorbuses

to be Permitted in London. It is altogether premature to assert that the number of motorbuses in the Metropolitan Police area...

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One Hears— Of the Hagley Road haggle.

That Allchin means to get on top. Renewed rumours of L.G.O. steam possibilities. Too much of sales on hire-purchase and...

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Birmingham' s Mistaken Choice.

A Further Consideration of the City' s Belated Decision to Ruin Its Finest Residential Thoroughfare by Tramway Installation....

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A Photo-engraver's Long-service Motorvans.

A familiar Fleet-Street sight is the cream-painted motorvan, or rather the motorvans, of Carl Hentschel, Ltd. It so happened,...

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The Simms Ignition and Lighting Machine.

We have, of course, been aware for a long while that Mr. h. R. Simms has been engaged upon the production of a combined...

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Passenger-Vehicle Topics.

At a recent extraordinary general meeting of the Manchester Taxi-Cab Co., Ltd., a resolution was passed to the effect that the...

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More Questions about Colonel Crompton's Freedom and Right to Advise Generally. In the House of Commons last week, Mr. T. M....

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News and Comment.

This journal is extensively read by the heads of many wealthy commercial houses. A committee of the Darlington R.D.C. has...

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Activity at the Daimler Works.

In view of the fact that Mr. Frank Searle was back in this country after his European and Winnipeg trips, we took occasion,...

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Road Efficiency.

Is Much of the Antagonism to the Road Board Due to a Disturbance of Corrupt Methods ? By the Editor. King George has asked...

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Out and Home. By "The Extractor."

It seems a fearsome journey down. to Hanwell, but if you book to Ealing and go thence by train, you reduce the terrors. and it...

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Opinions from Others.

The Editor invites corresPondence on all subjects connected with the use of commer led motors. Letters should be on one side of...

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My Views About Solid Rubber Tires.

In Continuation of Those Expressed in Another Article dated 12th September. By T. C. AVELING, Assoc. M.Inst.C.E. I concluded...

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The Purchase Department.

Where to Buy your Supplies. Notices of Useful Specialities from the Factory and in the Showroom. J. W. and T. Connolly,...

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From Drivers and Mechanics.

TEN SHILLINGS WEEKLY is paid for the best communication received, and one penny a line of ten words for anything else...

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Patents Completed.

A Rear "Stop" Indicator. E. H. Chagny, No. 9717, dated 24th April, 1912.—A signalling device is fixed on the rear of a...