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Japan's Losses on the Sea

A Sea-Level Canal at Panama

The Tides at Colon and Panama

An Electrical Analogue for Respiration

The British Naval Programme for 1905

"BY OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT"

A Novel Process for using Blue Light as an Anæsthetic

By Alfred Gradenwitz

The New British Battleship "King Edward VII"

Striking Snow Statuary

By Day Allen Willey

The New York Hippodrome

Registering Thermometer

A New Cadmium Lamp

The Tombs at Mukden of the Ming Dynasty

Powerful German Windmills

By Charles B. Hayward

Multi-Firearms of Ancient Times

Business and Personal Wants - March 25, 1905

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    Correspondence - March 25, 1905

  • Notes and Queries - March 25, 1905

  • Recently Patented Inventions - March 25, 1905

  • New Books, Etc. - March 25, 1905

  • Index of Inventions - March 25, 1905

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