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Consular Reform

The Ives' Improved Kromskop

Protection of Inventions Exhibited at Paris

Hand and Machine Production Compared

California Big Trees Threatened with Destruction

The Beet Sugar Industry

Horseflesh in America

Dissociation of Air at Ordinary Pressure

An Electric Automobile Ambulance

The First Automobile Patrol Wagon

A Combined Heating Stove and Furnace

The Alexandre III. Bridge, Paris

By J. Guenaire

An Anchor to Prevent the Creeping of Rails

Radio-Active Matter in Magnetic Field

Our Latest Protected Cruiser, the "Albany"

Torpedo Practice at Newport, R. I

Fighting Snow on the Third-Rail

Transportation of Buildings by Water

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents

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    Correspondence - March 10, 1900

  • A Chemical Growth - March 10, 1900

  • A Feat in Half-Tone Work - March 10, 1900

  • Recently Patented Inventions - March 10, 1900

  • Business and Personal - March 10, 1900

  • Notes and Queries - March 10, 1900

  • Index of Inventions - March 10, 1900

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