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Comparing the Incomparable, In Defense of Brain Property and more

A Successful Automatic Train-stop

A Device which Saves the Train, Reports Disregard of Signals, and Thereby Stiffens Discipline

A New Industrial Process for Manufacturing Oxygen

by Our Berlin Correspondent

Teams and Motor Trucks Compared, Brontidi

By H. W. Perry

Rusting of Iron, Reconstruction of the "Olympic" and more

The N.Y., N.H. and Hartford Railway's Automatic-stop Prize

Conditions that must be Observed in the Competition for the $10,000 Award

New Evidence of the Origin of Man

The Earliest Known Inhabitant of Great Britain

New Hangars for Military Uses

By Our Paris Correspondent

Cost Estimates of Horse and Motor Trucks, Testing Eggs by Roentgen Rays

By John Ritchie

What Motor Truck would Suit me Best?

A Composite List of American Motor Trucks and Delivery Wagons Arranged According to Carrying Capacity

By Theodore M . R. von Kler

Abuse of Good Roads, Motor Truck Queries and Answers

By Arthur C. Brady

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    Notes and Queries - January 18, 1912

  • The Motor-Driven Commercial Vehicle

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January 18, 1913

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