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7th December 1911
7th December 1911
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Page 1, 7th December 1911

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More Halfpenny Fares Wanted for London Motorbuses.

One way to kill tramcar extensions in the Metropolis is to multiply the number of halfpenny stages. Halfpenny stages have long...

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One Hears— That, so far, the Dublin taxicabs have not been thrown into the Liffey.

That, one cab company spells Extinguisher with a " q "but not purposely, one believes, That there's to be a lot more heard of...

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At the Smithfield Show.

The 113th annual stock and implement show, promoted by the Smithfield Club, was opened on Monday morning last at the Royal...

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A further conference between the London motoreah owners and drivers took place on Monday last, and the negotiations were...

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There is a possibility that. " K.P.L." motorbuses may serve Weymouth. The new offices of W. A. Stevens, Ltd., are at 26,...

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Fire-Brigade Matters.

Middlesbrough has amalgamated its Fire Brigade and Hackney Carriage Committees. The Greenock Brigade has not yet placed its...

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News and Comment.

This journal is known to possess the influence, the staff, the standing and the leading circulation. It is exclusively read by...

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Tire view is expressed to me by tie representative of

Geo. Bray and Co., Ltd., of Leeds, that the stin.ulating words concerning him v. Lich appeared in our issue of the iil ult....

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The Fourth Annual London I raffic Report.

An Exhaustive Study of the Problems Pertaining to the Migra ion of London's Population with a View to the Direction of Further...

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Answers to Queries.

Where to Write. [1905] " Soucox writes : We wish you would be good enough to let us know the address of the L.E.P. Transport...

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Both the number and the quality of the contributions which have been submitted to us for inclusion in this journal have been...

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Patents Completed.

Complete specifications of the following patents will be sent to any address in the United Kingdom upon receipt of eightpence...