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Progress of Turbine Propulsion

Pound-Per-Horsepower Economy

Comparative Cost of Prime Movers

Air Resistance of Railway Trains

Relative Fighting Efficiency of Warships

Rail Joints and Street Noises

Efficiency in Action

The Spontaneous Breaking of an Inkwell

A Lens Attachment for Lamps

The Subway of the City of Berlin

The Telephone Auto-Commutator

The Hamburg American Yacht Prinzessin Victoria Luise

The Proposed Widening of London Bridge

What Can be Made of Orange Peel

The Canals of Canada

By Waldon Fawcett

The Old Cutler's Shop at the Exposition

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    Science Notes - February 9, 1901

  • Correspondence - February 9, 1901

  • Recently Patented Inventions - February 9, 1901

  • New Books, Etc. - February 9, 1901

  • Business and Personal - February 9, 1901

  • Index of Inventions - February 9, 1901

  • Notes and Queries - February 9, 1901

  • Patents - February 9, 1901

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February 09, 1901

See the World from a Different Perspective

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