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A Canard and Its Refutation

The Crisis of the Russo-Japanese War

A Great Public Improvement

Tidal Water Power-Means of Obtaining a Constant Head of about Thirty-Eight Feet

By W. S. Cleveland

Wireless Burglar Alarm for Safes

By the English Correspondent of the Scientific American

Destructive Head-On Collision

Pneumatic Pump

Electrical Apparatus for Felling Trees

A New Home for the Peary Meteorite

By Walter L. Beasley

The Aerial Bridge at Duluth

The Haschke Compound Storage Battery

A Tree on Stilts

Fire Protection for Snowsheds on the Central Pacific Railroad

By H. I. Bennett

The Largest Geyser in the World

By Oliver Johnson

A Novel Adaptation of the Archimedean Screw

A River of Fish

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December 24, 1904

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