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4th March 1909
4th March 1909
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Page 1, 4th March 1909

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The War Department Trials.

It is a matter for deep regret that only three tractors had reached Aldershot by g o'clock on the morning of Friday last, at...

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Smart Handling of a Mexican Order.

We were only six months ahead of actual events, when we gave space, in our issue of the 4th June last, to a consideration of...

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From Our Berlin Correspondent,

"Subvention" a la Suisse. Agreeably with an edict issued by the Swiss Federal Council, all selfpropelled vehicles in good...

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Out and Home.—By "The Extractor."

Mr. R. Bell, so thoroughly familiar in connection with the Vanguard Company, has taken up the management of the new LJnic...

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Motorbus, World.

News contributions are invited : payment will be made on publication. Apropos the larger illustration on page 551, there is no...

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News and Comment.

Thir journal chronicles, fosters, and represents commercial motoring in all its branches : it has a genuine circulation and...

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News contributions are invited ; payment zei/1'• be matte en publication.

Taxicab Races a Train. A few days ago, personal and other luggage, which had been left behind by a gentleman, who went by...

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The War Department s Competition.

Snow Hinders Operations. Road Tests continue until Wednesday, 10th March; Cross-country Tests on Thursday, 11th Judges'...

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Tractors in the W.D. Trials.

The Broom and Wade. The lightest of the three machines which, on Friday morning last, had reached Aldershot for the trials...

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Opinions from Others.

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

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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...

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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 anything else published....

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Two Months' Experience of a Second-hand Motor. wagon. By Its Unfortunate Driver.

(Continued from page 531.) [4.95] The manager of the garage turned up eventually, and we then proceeded to back into a side...

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The Supply Department.

Selected Information which is likely to be of Iaterest to Makers, Owners, and their Buyers. " W.H.C." (North Evington,...

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Patents Completed.

Complete specifications of the following patents will be sent to any address in the United Kingdom upon receipt of eightpence...