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5th June 1913
5th June 1913
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Page 1, 5th June 1913

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Fruitless Pressure on the Industry by the War Office.

_ Our current series of articles in regard to the War Office will again show that we disagree with its methods of bringing...

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One Hears— Of the Hurta's virtue.

That not all the motor nuts are v( getarians. That nobody's been walking who could ride. That is was almost a heavy-vehicle...

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The War Office Subsidy Muddle.

Article 2.—How the Provisional Subsidy Scheme has Hindered the Sales of Full-subsidy Models. Considering that at the present...

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Small Users in Big Cities (No 4) In Hull and . ' Around.

Examples of Local Motor Delivery of Coal, Drapery, Pickaxe Heads, Bread, Flour, Newspapers, Bottled Fruits, Furniture, Paints,...

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Commers Oust Camels.

English - built Machines Undertake Cross-country Journeys of Two Weeks Duration Over the Russian Steppes, Carrying all Food,...

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In Public Service.

Bolton has ordered a Leyland fire-engine, and Blackpool has done the same. The L.G.B. has sanctioned the borrowing by Barnes...

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News and Comment.

, This journal is extensively read by the heads of many wealthy commercial houses. The case for electrically-driven vehicles...

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Out and Home.

Watchmakers' Speedometers. Prophets Without Honour. IF You See It In "C.M."— fly "The Extractor." About Gordon Smith. Some...

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The Control of the Machine.

In Continuation, from page 276 in our Last Issue, of the Observations on the General Arrangement of Control Gear on...

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The Hurtu Light Delivery Van.

We are Favourably Impressed by the Design and Finish of this Machine, Last week we took a demonstration run on a Hurtu light...

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The New One-ton Licorne.

We recently had the opportunity of inspecting the first one-ton Licorne "commercial" vehicle to arrive from France. This make...

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The Vindication of the Motorbus.

Sixth Set of Extracts from Mr. Albert H. Stanley's Evidence-(Continued from page 292). Speedometers not in Favour-Points from...

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"Horses Have Physical Limitations, Machines Have Not."

We have often noticed, in the London and immediate district, several powerful spic-and-span machines bearing on their panels...

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Opinions from Others.

The Editor invites correspondence on all subjects connected with ;...e use of commerial motors. Letters should be on one side...

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The Purchase Department.

Where to Buy your Supplies. Tools for the User's Workshop. Every user of a nacitorvan, whether of a light or heavy type, is...

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kom Drivers &Mechanics

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

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Patents Completed.

Complete specifications of the following patents will he sent to any address in the United Kingdom by the Sales Branch, Patent...