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Comparative Tests of the Scout Cruisers

Return of the Wright Brothers

A Long-Delayed Tribute

Our Stupendous Railway System

Electricity

Engineering

Science

A New Color-Photography Process

"Description of a New Camera for Taking and Projecting Photographs in Natural Colors"

Cork-Lined Fabric--A Textile Novelty

By The Paris Correspondent of the Scientific American

The Most Powerful Locomotives Ever Built

The Lunar and Solar Eclipses in June, 1909

By Frederic R. Honey

The Palace of Mirages

By Jacques Boyer

The New German Photography

The Excavations at Delphi

Some Striking Discoveries Made

By M. Homolle

Goblets of Ice

Holder for Grinders

By O. D. Carter

A Tantalum Detector

By Alfred P. Morgan

Tools for the Workshop--II

By I. G. Bayley

Handy Man's Workshop

A Simple Method of Constructing a Handle

By W. C. M'Kenzie

Pencil Sharpener

By Joseph N. Parker

Thread Cutting without a Die

By J. A. Bergstrom

Method of Patching a Boiler

By John W. E. Laker

Putting on a New Clutch Leather

Blue-Print Washer

By W. J. C.

Coppering Flowers without Wax

By Arthur E. Hagarty

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    Correspondence - May 15, 1909

  • Recently Patented Inventions - May 15, 1909

  • Notes and Queries - May 15, 1909

  • New Books, Etc. - May 15, 1909

  • Patents - May 15, 1909

  • Index of Inventions - May 15, 1909

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