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8th February 1912
8th February 1912
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Preparations for Manchester.

Our second notice of intended exhibits at the forthcoming North of England Show at Manchester will be found on page 475....

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One Hears—

That Mr. H. Lyon Thomson is now an ail(Tinan of the City of Westminster. That one new maker thinks of calling his product the...

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New Maudslay Models : First Particulars.

The Maudslay Motor Co., Ltd., of Coventry, again Enters the Industrial-Vehicle Market. New 30-cwt. and 3-ton Worm-drive...

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Goods Transport

There are indications of a tendency in London to grant increased storage facilities for petroleum spirit—see page 481. Width...

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Horse v. Motor—II.

Typical Facts and Figures Concerning Horse Costs. Cost of Horse Delivery Seldom Appreciated. Only those who have gone into...

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The L,G.O. Injunction.

We understand that the action brought by Mr. J. L. Smith and Mr. J. H. Moore against the London General Omnibus Co. for an...

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Splashguard Tests in Paris.

The undoubted nuisance of mud splashing, which, although it is caused as much, if not more, by horse-drawn chicks than by motor...

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News and Comment.

Mr. Henry Sturmey raised some controversial points in a paper which he read at Coventry on Friday night last—see page 479....

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Preparing for Manchester.

Second Notice of Intended Exhibits: the "Supply Department" Stands. We published, a week ago, two pages of advance pointers...

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Paris Cabbies Under Military Escort.

Our Paris representative writes: " After nearly two months of peaceful striking, disorders occurred in Paris taxicab circles...

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An Interesting New Engine at the Paris Show.

By Our Paris Representative. From the standpoint of the motor user, one et the most interesting exhibits at the annual...

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Out and Home. —By "The Extractor."

It was my hope that I should be visiting some of the tire concerns during last week, and that I might have gathered some...

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The Design of Commercial Vehicles.*

Can we have our frames too rigid? I think we can. One school of designers would build the frame as rigid as possible, making...

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Opinions from Others.

The Editor invites correspondence on all subjects connected with the use of commer ial motors. Leiters should be on tine side...

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From Our Berlin Correspondent.

New Army Lorries for Austria. Messrs. Bussing have been instructed to build for the Austrian War Office a new type of military...

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Petrol Storage : Important Additions.

Indications of Progressive Attitude on the Part of the Public Control Committee of the L.C.C. At an L.G.O.C. Depot. The...

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The Supply Department.

Systematic Screw Stud Making. We have received from Alfred Herbert., Ltd., a booklet illustrating its latest machines, for the...

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From Drivers and Mechanics.

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

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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...