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For a High-Level Lock Canal

Distillation of Gold

The Trench Method of Tunnel Construction

Sixty Miles an Hour on the Water

By Ernest Archdeacon

Hydroplane Boats: Latest Type of High-Speed Craft

By William M. Meacham

The "Motogodille" A Motor Device for Propelling Small Boats

By the Paris Correspondent of the Scientific American

A Motor Paddle Wheel for Small Boats

Speed and Energy Loss of Projectiles in Water

A Triple-Screw Motor Torpedo Boat

Light Power Boats at the Sportsmen's Show

A Typical Two-Cycle Marine Motor

The New "Speedway" Marine Engine

Electric Launch with Recharging Equipment

A Serviceable Twin-Screw Motor Boat

By Thomas J. Fay, E.E

A Sixteen-Cylinder Motor-Boat Engine of 180 Horse-Power

Improvements in Spark Coil Construction

Vibrationless Electric Light Sets for Yachts

Count Von Zeppelin's Dirigible Airship

Artificial Sea Baths

By Alfred Gradenwitz

A Novel Tent

By Emile Guarini

How Snakes Feed

Business and Personal Wants - March 3, 1906


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    The Heavens in March

  • Correspondence - March 3, 1906

  • Recently Patented Inventions - March 3, 1906

  • Notes and Queries - March 3, 1906

  • Index of Inventions - March 3, 1906

  • Patents - March 3, 1906

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Dwindling Supply. Increasing Demand.

Dwindling Supply. Increasing Demand.

Solving the Water Crisis