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3rd August 1911
3rd August 1911
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Dirty Streets Furnish Proof of Huge Remaining Scope for Commercial Motors.

TO Readers at the Seaside or on the Countryside. We invite all readers who are lucky enough to be "out of work" just now, or...

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One Hears

Not everything, but nearly so. , The snores of the London commercial-vehicle show. That the " K.P.L." is being redesigned by...

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British-made Solid Rubber Tires.

A Few Notes on the Equipment of the Avon India Rubber Company's Mills at Melksham. One of the earliest companies in this...

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The Report of the Departmental Committee on London Taxicab Fares.

The Home Secretary has received the following summarized recommendations: (1) No alteration of tariff ; (2) " Extras" to belong...

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Motorcab Topics.

We are informed that the Provincial Motor Cab Co., Ltd., is to start. a service of cabs in Bolton with ten machines this week....

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Motorbus World.

At Worthing, a London motorbus driver was fined 5s. for not stopping the machinery while the bus remained stationary. The...

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News and Comment.

This journal is admitted to possess the influence, the men, the standing and the leading circulation. It is exclusively read by...

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The new general manager of 3/Iors, Ltd., Mr. Maurice Cappellen,

is by no means new to the commercial-vehicle business. I have known him for many years, first of all when he introduced the...

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Fire-Brigade Matters.

'News contributions are invited: payment will be made on publication. The Superintendent of the Aldershot Volunteer Fire...

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Openings for Stationary Petrol Motors in Canada.

By "Home Again." During my passage through the North-West Provinces of Canada, wherein I was brought intimately into contact...

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Oil Depots and Risk of Outflow.

The Public Control Committee of the London County Council reports having had under consideration the question of the...

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Opinions from Others.

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

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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 any thing else published...

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Patents Completed.

MEANS FOR HOLDING SOLID TIRES. — Robert Reid. — No. 26,467, dated 15th November, 1910.—This specification has reference to...