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6th March 1913
6th March 1913
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Page 1, 6th March 1913

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More Railway Unrest: Owners of Commercial Motors are Largely Safeguarded.

Yet another impetus may be given to commercialmotor traffic, both for passenger and goods conveyance, by the trouble which has...

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One Hears—

That the alcohol ghost takes a lot of laying. That there is no one remedy for the traffic problem. That easy steering is a...

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Is Heavy Spirit Harmlul ?

We Seek the Opinion of the L.G.O.C. Chief Engineer. The continued rise in the price of petrol is being watched with a...

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What Users Tell Us 4 Interview

The Manager of a West End Dairy and his Electric Parcelcars. The smallest model in the service of Faulks and Sons, dairymen,...

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The Suitable Fitting of Van Bodies.

Several Special Types of Interior Body Fittings, as used by Prominent Business Houses, Described and Illustrated. It has been...

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Small Users in Big Cities

We are initiating in this issue a new series of short articles, in which we shall have something to say concerning...

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In Public Service.

Northwich has authorized the consideration of estimates for a motor fire-engine. There are now 230 odd taxicabs in Manchester,...

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Booked Times for Regular Traffic.

By the Contributor of the Original Article. It. is a curious trait in the British character, that it has a rooted objection to...

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News and Comment.

This number of THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR opens its ninth year of publication. Hallford Developments. Dartford L'.D.C. has passed...

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Opinions from Others.

The Editor invites c.orrespondenice on all subjects connected with the use of commercial motors. Letters should be on one side...

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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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In our issue of the 31st August, 1911, we devoted

considerable space to the then proposed extension of Messrs. G. Scarnmell and Nephew's premises in Fashion Street,...

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Steel Bands for Solid Tires.

The large number of commercial-motor vehicles now in service has given rise to an increasing demand for solid band tires of...

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Hygienic Seating for Passenger Vehicles.

An Account of an Interesting Visit to an Up-to-date Mattress Factory. Owners of motor vehicles catering for public passenger...

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From Drivers and Mechanics.

When Mending Canvas Hose. [1234] " W.S." (Leyland) writes -" I do not know whether the drivers of fire engines are in the...

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Patents Completed,

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