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8th October 1914
8th October 1914
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Page 1, 8th October 1914

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".Keep the Wheels of Industry Turning."

Steam No Longer Ignored : New Output in Prospect. We wrote at length upon the claims of steam in our issue of the 20th August....

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" Be British."

We have been subjected to criticism in a certain trade quarter in respect of what has, rather hastily, been claimed to be our...

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One Hears— —The following Rumours, of which the Press Bureau

has no Confirmation, but to the Publication of which, we imagine, it will take no exception. "Be British." Of a shortage of...

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After 499 Issues.

We Recall No. 1. "We're as Good as We Used To Be." On the first page of the first issue of this journal, published on the...

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Our Despatches from the Front.

How Convoys have to Cross Old Battlefields—Where Bridges are Broken— The Battle of the Aisne—Tales of Disabled Lorries. These...

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Chassis Requirements for Ambulances.

The Well-intentioned Efforts to Provide an Adequate Service of Motor Ambulances at Home and Abroad is Producing Ill-considered...

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The Wheels of Industry.

This jou.enal, dealing as it does with the "Chariots of War," no less than with the "Wheels of Industry," is now of national...

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The Two-cylinder Albion About Which Our Special Correspondents at the Front Have Sent Several Interesting Messages. Many of...

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Opinions from Others.

Steam-wagon Gear Changing on Gradients. The Editor, THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR. L1364] Sir,—We refer to the leading article in your...

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6. Drivers &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.

Novel Frame Construction. Carburetter Improvements. Cushion-tire Covers. Accessible Valve Gear. F. W. MEAD, No. 23,615, dated...