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9th January 1908
9th January 1908
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Motor Jobmasters.

Every indication points more and more towards a gradual development of businesses whose main object is the provision of vans,...

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The Commercial Motor.

Conducted by EDMUND DANGER FIELD. Editor ; F. SEIRAPNELL SMITH. Manager: ERNEST FERMAN, 7-15, Rosebery Avenue, London, E.C....

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The Steward Tubeless Boiler.

Some Interesting Figures and Tests with a New Form of Rapid Steam Generator In spite of the many attempts, on the part of...

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The Motor Omnibus World.

We are glad to learn that the New Arrol-Johnston buses are passing the police at each inspection. We understand that the...

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Petrol-Electric Trials in London.

The Wolseley-Siddeley omnibus, equipped with the Thomson-Houston system of petrol-electric transmission, which commenced an...

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News and Comment.

This journal fosters, represents, and chronicles commercial motoring in all its branches ; it has the largest and best...

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Out and Horne.

I see that Mr. Hollis is terminating his connection with Messrs. Smith, Parfrey and Co., Ltd. He always struck me as being a...

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The Latest Ambulance.

Splendid Result of a Combined Effort in Design. The Swansea Corporation has recently taken delivery of a unique motor...

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

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Hackney and Stage Carriages in the Metro politan and City Police Districts.

Order, dated 30th December, 1907, made by the Secretary of Slate in pursuance of the Metropolitan Public Carriage Act, 1869 (32...

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The Motor Drivers News.

Jointing Material. " E.J.II." (Chepstow) writes :—" I am writing with reference to a letter from R.O.,' which appeared in your...

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Patents Completed.

TIRES.—Midgley.—No. 13,141, dated (under Convention) 11th September, 1R06. —A series of helices (H) are embedded in the tread...