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6th January 1916
6th January 1916
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Page 1, 6th January 1916

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Recognized in Business and Military Circles as the Leading Journal. The Authority on all forms of Motor Transport. Largest...

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Australian Appreciation.

Writing to our sister journal " The Motor," Sergeant C. H. Strong, of the Australian Divisional Ammunition Park, includes the...

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"Many Inventions."

We Offer a Few Toplcal Words of Advice to Those Well-meaning Patentees who are, in this Muddied Season, Endeavouring to Produce...

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The Driver Position and Driver Training.

By The Editor. Mr. Asquith's promised statement concerning results under the Derby Scheme of enlistment is not. yet public...

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Our Despatches from the Front (No. 69).

A Vivid Description of the Frequent Conditions Surrounding Ambulance Journeys. How Our M.T. Men Spent Their Christmas. WITH A...

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Pistons and Other Parts of Aluminium.

By Henry Sturmey. We already use aluminium to quite a considerable extent in chassis construction, for the simple reason that,...

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The Wheels of Industry.

This journal, dealing as it does with the "Chariots of War," no less than with the "Wheels of Industry," continues of national...

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Wheels of Industry—con.

The Colour of Tins. The factory manager of the Goodyear Tyre and Rubber Co. utters a warning as to its being unsafe to attempt...

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Enemy Pars.

Culled from German and Austrian Newspapers which come into Our Hands, as well as from Other Available Sources, the News of the...

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Out and Home.

Greetings from the Front. The custom of sending Xmas cards has been fairly suspended this season. I have not sent a message...

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Our Campaign Comforts Fund.

Statement of Audited Accounts— October, 1914, to September, 191S. Many of Our Cases reached their Destinations on Xmas Day....

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The New Lighting Order.

Comes Into Force 10th Jan. No Headlamps in Any Scheduled Area. Lighting-up Time Half-hour After Sunset. 12-watt Limit for...

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The New Lighting Order—con.

Oil Lamps (4-in. Wick Only). One oil-lamp burner only is allowed, and the wick must not be more than in. in width. Where the...

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Answers to Queries.

Liverpool's Projected New Haulage Co. [2866] (Mancunian).—The promotion in question is, so far as we are informed, in the...

To the A.S.C., M.T., on Active Service.

Detached Units. Will the O.C.3 of A.S.C, M.T., detachments or separate units, which are not classified with Columns, Parks or...

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The Purchase Department.

Where to Buy your Supplies. Coan's Annual Aluminium Present. It has been the custom for many years past of Mr. Robert W....

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Patents Completed.

Albion Clutch-Control Gear. Improved "David Brown" Worm Gearing. Another Shock Absorber. Reliable Steering Mechanism. Copies...