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5th January 1911
5th January 1911
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Page 1, 5th January 1911

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Horse or Motor ?

The Case for the Small Motorvan. Pages 355 to 357 of this issue contain an article, from the Editor's pen, in which the case...

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Motorcab Topics.

News contributions are invited: vayment will N made on publication The Quick Cab Co., Ltd., has placed an order for 25 new Mors...

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One Hears—

from the seaside, about the Christmas tide. 6 not intruded to he the place for what one knows. That original holders ot...

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About the Requirements of Smaller Tradesmen.

Why Change? Boy-messengers, cycle-carriers and horse-vans do much, do very well they even have more capacity for delivtly than...

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Motorbus World.

News contributions are invited: payment trill be mwie on publication The Paris General Omnibus Co., in 1899, possessed 15,823...

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Trolleybus arid Motorbus Projects for which Parliamentary Powers are Being Sought.

The following Bills, which are a interest to renders of this journal, have been deposited for the coming session of Parliament...

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News and Comment.

This journal commands advertisement support upon terms which do not admit traders of inferior standing to its pages. 1910...

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From Our Berlin Correspondent.

The Swiss town of Berne is spending 30,000 francs on automobile vehicles for the Fire Brigade. A Hungarian Agricultural Motor...

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Albion Patent Paraffin Carburetter.

he Albion 01. is now fitting to machines so ordered :1 ne;\ type or paraffin carburetter, winch is controlled by a Murray...

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Agricultural Motors.*

The purpose of my paper is to treat the subject of agricultural motors in a strictly-general manner, and, whilst a description...

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The Lacre Co.' s Heaviest Models—Particularly About the One for Five-ton Loads.

'file new Lacre factory, at Letchworth, was described in our issue of the f2th of April last, at which time the vincipai types...

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Opinions from Others.

" Karrier " Cars in Yorkshire. The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. 1,284] Sir,—We notice in your issue of 22nd December, pege...

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Answers to Queries.

Useful Charts and Tables. " POTTERIES " write :—" Some time ago you advertised sheets of data re springs, etc. We are anxious...

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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.

LIFTING JACKS. — Austin. — No. 10,280, dated 27th April, 1910.—This invention relates to that type of lifting jack in which the...