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7th June 1917
7th June 1917
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Page 1, 7th June 1917

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Hands Across the Sea: We Hear - from the American Motor Industry.

We have been pleased to receive letters from not a few friends in the American motor industry apropos the recent entry of the...

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One Hears—

Of no tear over the profiteer. That submarine activity accounts in part for battery prices. That the small farms will go, and...

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Crocodiles and Caterpillars,

By "The Inspector." Earlier in the year most of us who were not in the Army or in Our cradles spent our spare hours trying to...

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Experiences with Coal-gas.--No. 5.

Eastbourne to London and Back "Without Difficulty. We have been pleased to receive some interesting particulars from...

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U.S.A. War Department Specifications for Motor Transport Chassis.

Forecast of the British After-the-Peace W.D. Model. Freedom of Choice for Final Drive. Emancipation from Fussy Insistence on...

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Agrimotors in Gloucestershire.

Overtime and Avery Motor Ploughs on the Cotswolds. We had occasion to remark in the last issue of THE 0931MERCIAL MOTOR, with...

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A New Radiator Centre.

Of Vie troubles to which commercial motors have been subject in the course of their arduous work overseas, none has been more...

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The Wheels of Industry.

"The wheel of wealth will he slowed by all difficulties of transport at whatever points arising, as a carriage is • by the...

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Out and Home.Nlore About the H.T.J.

"The Extractor." The All-British Fuel. Another twist of the kaleidoscope in the matter of the motor fuel about which we wrote...

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Opinions from Others.

Can Ldian or American Tires? The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. [1484] Sir,—It is imPossible, I think, to regard Mr.....

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The Army Service Corps.*

How They Work and What They Do. Years ago, when we were certain that the Army would never be used in a great war on the...

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Our Despatches from the Front (No. 142).

A Motor Lorry in the Wilds of East Africa. M.T. EXPERIENCES IN E. AFRICA. (Continued from page 299.) We ,saw plenty of buck...

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A PRIZE OF TEN SHILLINGS is awarded each week to

the sender of the best letter which we publish en this page; all others paid for at the rate ora penny a line, with. an...

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With Intent to Improve.

A Weekly Summary of Recent Patents, of Interest to the Maker and User of Commercial Motor Vehicles. Selected and Abridged by...