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9th May 1912
9th May 1912
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Page 1, 9th May 1912

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No Wilful Misdescriptions

of Goods in Motorvan Transit. Railway companies are empowered, under various Acts and particularly by the Railway Clauses Act...

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Leyland v. Leyland. Petrol v. Steam.

A Comparative Run of Two 5-ton Wagons Over a 100-mile Route in West Lancashire. Observant readers will have noticed that in...

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Rouen's Interesting Dust and Watering Wagons.

While Paris is deliberating anti hesitating, several of the more important French provincial cities have been acting...

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One Hears

That Burford is getting ready. That Scotland Yard has just passed a new shape of motorbus body. * * * Of wriggles in...

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Fire-Brigade Matters.

Lancaster Town Council is still looking into the matter of the acquirement of a motor fire-engine. The Chief Officer of the...

Goods Transport.

Another Lancashire. Company. Motor Haulage Co., Ltd., with an authorized capital of £3000 in 11 shares, by Jordan and Sons,...

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News and Comment.

This journal is extensively read by the heads of many wealthy commercial houses, Carriers for Florists is the text of pp....

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Passenger-Vehicle Topics.

A conference between the - Urban District Councils of the two Mathe.ks has resulted in a decision to allow a service of...

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Covent Garden Converts.

An Account of How a Small Florist Spent gum and Made a Saving of Nearly £50 in Six Months on Transportation and Delivery...

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By "The 5x - tractor" A Commercial Police Trap.—Vacuum and Polyrhoe Staff Losses—The Naming of the Three - whet ler. "llo you...

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News from "Down Under.

Hordern's, of Sydney, Make Useful Progress. Old " Generals" in Australia. The Colonial Tire Problem. From Our Own Australian...

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War Department Subsidy Scheme, 1912.

Draft Specification for Petrol Lorries. Particulars which Disclose an Absence of Touch with Commercial Motor Users. 1....

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Answers to Queries.

Our readers will be informed by the Editor on any points connected with the construction or use of commercial motors. Where a...

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TEN SHILLINGS WEEKLY is paid for the best coinforAmmimige munication

received, and one penny a line of ten words A tor anything else published, with an allowance for . 7 r photographs. A...

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The Supply Department.

Steel Tube Makers. In our last week's issue we stated that one of our correspondents was finding some difficulty in securing...

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Patents Completed.

An Austin Sheet-metal Wheel. Austin Motor Co., Ltd., and H. Austin.—No. 11,576, dated 13th May, 1911.—This specification...