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Advertisements: BRITISH MOTOR CO. ORIENT-EXPRESS, AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION, MOTOR CAR CO. THE MOTOR CARRIAGE SUPPLY CO., INTERNATIONAL MOTOR CAR CO., MARSHALL & CO. CLIPPER MOTOR TYRE. CLIPPER MILLS, Eadie Motors, T. W. Grace, of Manchester. E. C. SKURRAY, of Swindon. Turrell car, Pollock Engineering Co

INDEX p665: NOTES. Motor Manufacturing Co, Mr. Moores, Jun., Louis Cohen. Columbia and Electric Vehicle Co

THE AUTOCAR. ITS USE AND MANAGEMENT. TOURS AND RUNS A TEN DAYS' RUN CHIEFLY ON BENZOLINE – A FAST RUN ON A CENTURY TANDEM. A NEW ROAD LOG (illustrated). THE MOTOR VEHICLE USERS' DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. A CELEBRATED CAR (illustration). A STEAM CAR BUILT IN 1859 (illustrated). THE CAR THE DOCTOR SEEKS. A MORS ENGINE WITH MAGNETO IGNITION (illustrated). THE ARGYLL VOITURETTE illustrated). To HENLEY BY AUTOCAR (illustrated). THE DAIMLER PUBLIC SEVICE VEHICLE (illustrated). CORRESPONDENCE: TO STOP SHORT CIRCUITING IN WET WEATHER. — AN IGNITION TROUBLE—CONTACT BREAKER COVERS—A-TWO-SPEED PEDAL GEARING FOR MOTOR TRICYCLES — BATTERY OR ACCUMULATOR—OIL ON CONTACT OF TRICYCLES — A PROTEST AGAINST SPEED ON THE HIGHWAY—IGNITION: THE VALUE OF A LARGE SPARK —A REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE INEFFICIENT SILENCERS, ETC. — POWER DEVELOPED IN AUTOCARS — 2,500 MILES ON A BENZ—WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A MOTOR HEATS, ETC.-THE AWARDS ON THE 1000 MILES — NEARLY EIGHT HUNDRED MILES ON A DE DION VOITURETTE—SOME UNFORTUNATE EXPERIENCES -TRADE METHODS FLASHES. THE AUTOCAR CONGRESS IN PARIS. MOTOR HAULAGE FOR MILLERS. THE ENGLISH MOTOR CLUB'S FIRST HILL-CLIMBING CONTEST. IMPORTANT MAGISTERIAL DECISION A SAD ACCIDENT A HANDY ACCUMULATOR (illustrated) NEW PATENTS ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS

F. R. Simms. Daimler Motor Co. Vickers, Son, and Maxim. C. A. Parker, J.P., of Rivenhall, Essex. George Taylor, of Chelmsford, Peter Herd, of Perth, Henry Sturmey, Motor Manufacturing Co. A. Olley. Enfield, J. Reginald Egerton. Harrington Moore, of the Taxameter Syndicate, Mr. Wallace, Q.C., Major Holden, C. Johnson, C. Cordingley, F. F. Wellington, E. R. Shipton, and T. W. Staplee Firth. G. R. Helmore. De Dion Bouton “ Motorette ” Co. C. J. Field,

S. F. Edge. Panhard. Chevalier Rene de Knyff, Edward Kennard, of Market Harborough, C. Jarrott. Mrs. Edward Kennard, Cusins, Napier, R. M. Wright and Co., of Lincoln, W. M. Morris, of Pontypridd,

p671: John Batey, Batey Engineering Co., Edwin Noad, of Swindon, (Mr. Louch),

P672: Mors motor, Motor Carriage Supply Co., Miss Marie Corelli, Leon Serpollet, Mr. and Mrs. Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Penrose Thomas, of Swansea,

P673: Argyll car, Hozier Engineering Co., De Dion motor, Clarkson and Capel radiator,

P674: Bernard Percy, of Ealing, H. Hewetson, Hewetsons, M. L. Bonneville, of Toulouse, France,

P675: C. H. Cathcart and Co. J. W. PACKARD. C. H. GUEST, M.I.M.E. Draycott, Derbyshire. C. M. Linley. FRED. T. MARWOOD, The Lodge, Pleasington, near Blackburn. H. R. BECKETT. JNO. DARLINGTON. ELECTRIC MOTIVE POWER CO. J. W. & T. CONNOLLY, Hewetsons, Brampton Chains, Ariel Motor Co, PRICE’S PATENT CANDLE COMPANY, Hoare and Sons, E. H. LIVESAY. W. H. SCOTT, D. DOYLE. ARCHIBALD WEIR. FIRTH AND CO.

P681: Jorworth Humphries, William Watson, J. Evans, 3, Carter Knowle Road, Sheffield, manager of the Dragonfly Cycle Co., Locomobile steam carriage, Star voiturette, Motor Car Co.’s Triumph, Motor Car Co.’s Triumph, Lanchester carriage, Century tandem. Walter John Gibbons, Coventry Chain Co., Alfred Dougill and Co., C. Friswell, Maison Renault, Brierre car, United Motor Industries

P682: M. G. Forestier, chief engineer of the Ponts et Chaussees. Michel Levy, Baron de Zuylen de Nyevelt, Roger Wallace, Comte Biscaretti (president of the A.C. of Turin), Comte van der Stretten Pontoz (president of the A.C. of Belgium), the Duke of Ratibor (president of the A.C. of Germany), Comte G. Potting (president of the A.C. of Austria), and M. Canet (president of the Civil Engineers of France). The vice-presidents were Sir David Salomons, Ruys Orban (delegate of the A.C. of Belgium), Comte A. Siesborhf, and Comte de Dion. secretaries Comte de Chasseloup Laubat, MM. Jeantaud, Bochet, Varennes, and Collin. Amedee Bollee,

P683: Mr. Skurray, Mr. Mann, the motor van manufacturer, of Leeds, Mr Coulthard, Eadie Manufacturing Co.,

P684: De Dion Tricycle. C. Jarrott. S. F. Edge. V. Lee. G. H. Smith. Ariel Tricycle. E S. Cheel. M. Moyle. Phebus-Aster Tricycle. F. F. Wellington. A. H Fuller. H. J. Lawson, jun. C. Machin. E. W. Hart. T. L. Spencer. G. Riches. De Dion Voiturette. Delahaye. G. D. Barnes. Rougemont Waggonette. Daimler Co. F. F. Wellington. Napier. S. F. Edge. Panhard. H. Waguelin. O. E. Lord, Motor Vehicle Users' Defence Association, Reginald Lawrence, of Norinanstone Hall, Lowestoft, Staplee Firth,

P685: Lewis Henry Perry, aged fifty-nine years, a camera manufacturer and dealer in photographic requisites, late of 4, Pembridge Villas Bayswater, who was killed by a motor car driven by Frederick Hennig of 50, Blenheim Crescent, the well-known billiard table maker. Captain Langrishe.

Peto and Radford, Paul Meyan, in La France Automobile, Rochet Petit Co., of Paris,

P686: New Patents. Mr. G. Douglas Leechman, 12.670. — A. G. Brookes (G. B. Upham). Driving-gear; controlling devices. 12.671. — A. G. Brookes (G. B. Upham). Driving-gear. 12,681.— A. Rawlinson. Driving-gear. 14,647.— G. E. Whitney. Liquid fuel supply apparatus. 16,797.— R. Gandrille, E. Rouselle, and A. Dague. Water-cooling device. 1900. 3,927.— L. Laurent and E. Clerget. Hydrocarbon distributer with automatic ignition. 4,626.— E. Kiihlstein and J. Vollmer. Reversing gear. 8,837.— H. H. Lake (F. Richardson). Non-creeping solid tyre. Answers to Correspondents. E. C. Skurray. A. WEIR. A. H. D. ALLTREE. C. NELSON. W. H. Scott, F. A. ALLEN. D. M. WEIGEL. PERCY STRINGER. A. VALINTINE. E. R. HOLMES (Melbourne). W. S. HUBBARD. C. F. HUTCHINSON. H. M. DINSDALE, W. E. GROGAN. C. H. Guest of Draycott, Derbyshire.


Advertisements: William H. M. Burgess, STIRLING’S MOTOR CARRIAGES, John Stirling. Roots and Venables, Progress Cycle Co,

ALFRED W. GOODALL, G. MARTIN, Coombe, East Meon, Petersfield,

Benjamin Hind, 7, Taptonville, Sheffield. CAPEL & Co., 168, Dalston Lane. New Town and Newmarket Motor Co, Cambridge. JOHNSON & SON, King’s Lynn. T. O. Newman, Stansted, Essex. GROVES, Springfield Mills, Sandiacre. New Courier Cycle Co, Wolverhampton. HAROLD SMITH, Colne, Lancashire. HUBBARD, 58, Saxo Coburg Street, Leicester. WESTLAKE, Swaytbling Lawn, Southampton. S. F. EDGE, 14, Regent Street, S.W. W. R. BROWN, Macclesfield. F. H. Clingoe, 18, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. Automobile and Cycle Works, 27, St. John’s Square, Clerkenwell. Baines and Sons., Motor Car Manufacturers, Gainsborough. WILLIAM LEA, Motor Showrooms, Birkenhead. Kino Motor Co, 83, Rye Lane, Peckham. Established 1896. THE ELMS, Merridale, Wolverhampton. F. GRESHAM, Oak Bank, Old Trafford, United Motor Industries, 64 and 65, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. Dan Albone, Ivel Cycle and Motor Car Works, Biggleswade. VALENTINE, 4, Heath Terrace, Leamington. GROSE, LTD., 63, Gold Street, Northampton. Bristol Motor Co, Redcross Street, Bristol. Fred Turvey, Sunderland. FULLER, Ditton Hill, Surbiton, will receive immediate answer. International Motor Co, 106, Great Portland Street. W. Frank F. Wellington, 36, St. George’s Square, Regent’s Park, N.W. Goodwin and Co, 16, Charles Street, Hatton Garden, E.C. Discount Motor Car Co, 145-147, Euston Road, London. Manager, Alfred Dunhill. DERBY & Co., 44, Clerkenwell Road, London, E.C. Established 1797. Simpson, Strickland and Co, Engineers, Teddington-on-Thames, S.W. Crypto Works Co, 29, Clerkenwell Road, London, E.C. George Humphry and Co, 166, High Street, Sevenoaks, Bennett and Carlisle, Exchange Arcade, Manchester. Motor Fitting and Engineering Co, 536, Mansion House Chambers, London. CARLESS, CAPEL & LEONARD, of Hope Chemical Works, and Pharos Works, Hackney Wick, London, Marshall and Co., Belsize Works, Clayton, Manchester. John Hope and Co., 14, Water Street, Liverpool. Henry J. Mathews, M.D. Newcastle-on-Tyne Walter C. Heavysege. Hoylake.” GUEST, Draycott, Derbyshire. Stern Brothers, 57, Gracechurch Street, London, E.C., and at Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, Hull, Bristol, Newcastle, etc. Four factories. Boron Battery Co, established 1874, 18, Albion Street, Liverpool. A. Palmer and Co, 7, Edward Street, Brighton THE GLYX YALLEY HOTEL, via Chirk, Mark Mayhew, Scio, Putney Heath. Alfred Dunhill. Coventry Chain Co.

Sports Motor Car Co, 103, FULHAM RD, SOUTH KENSINGTON, S.W. Motor Manufacturing Co, Werner Motocyclette C. Clifford Potier, SUTTON, SUEREY. Charles T. Crowden T. H. Lewis, 122, GLOUCESTER ROAD, LONDON, N.W. Motor Power Co, 14, REGENT STREET, LONDON, S.W., Sole Directors: HARVEY DU CROS and S. F EDGE. Imperial Tyre and Rubber Co, Champion Friction Clutch Co, TRENT STREET, SHEFFIELD. Ailsa Craig A. W. Gamage Locomobile Company of America Daimler Motor Co London Autocar Co Friswells Anglo-American Oil Co, Pratts


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