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Curious Facts Regarding Mosquitoes

The Armament of Our New Battleships and Cruisers

Proposed Abandonment of Port Royal Naval Station

Another Electric Railway for London

The Great Ararat Ascended

The Duke of Abruzzi's Expedition Reaches the Highest Altitude

The "Deutschland" Breaks Two Records

Science Notes

Malarial Infection on the East Coast of Africa

Paris Exposition--Models in Hungarian Section, Illustrating Engineering Work on Lower Danube

An Automatic Acetylene-Generator

Pilot Boat Wrecked by a Whale

A Simple Indicator for Locomobile Water-Tanks

The Greatest Business Concern in the World

Paris Exposition--Large Engine

Some Living Lamps

By Charles F. Holder

Laying a 24-Inch Gas Main across the Harlem River

By G. H. P. M'vey

The Climate of Our New Possessions

By Gustave Michaud

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