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4th May 1916
4th May 1916
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Page 1, 4th May 1916

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Trading in Import Licences.

Those who lightly and hastily press for radical changes in our, industrial methods, who would have grave alterations rushed...

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One Hears

The following Rumours, of which the Press Bureau has no Confirmation, but to the Publication of which, we imagine, it will take...

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Our Despatches from the Front (No. 86).

With an Ambulance at the Extreme End of the Line. Coming Home to "Blighty." AT THE END OF THE LINE- Mk April, 1916....

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The Wheels of Industry.

"The wheel of wealth will be slowed by all difficulties of transport at whatever points arising, as a carriage is by the...

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Out and Home.

By " The Extractor." The Royal. Weeks ago I noticed the buildings of the Royal Show fairly complete as I passed in the train....

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Engines (III).—The Buda.

• We Now Present Article Three of the Series Dealing with Power Units as Employed on Commercial Vehicles in Use To-day. The...

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The Law of Heavy Motorcars—IV.

How to Keep Within the Law. By a Barrister-at-Law. Heavy motorcars are by no means "the darlings of the law." No doubt to...

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From Engine to Axle.

Following the recent papers read before the Institution of Automobile Engineers, which have dealt respectively with rear axles...

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Opinions from Others.

Bi-fuel Experience Wanted. The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. [1621] Sir,--We have been considering the question of fitting on...

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Answers to Queries.

Budget Taxes. [2967] (Wales).—The new rates in the Budget will not apply to chars-a-bancs,, or taxicabs, or lorries....

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Patents Completed. _

11,T,H. Magneto Construction. An Adjustable Sparking Plug. Improved Change-speed Gearing. A Perforated Exhaust Silencer. Tins...