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The Myth of the Aeroplane Bomb, Giovanni Schiaparelli

Engineering- July 16, 1910

Science- July 16, 1910

Aeronautics- July 16, 1910

Radium Collector for Electricity

By Our English Correspondent

Instrument for Solving Problems of Navigation

Safety Appliances in the Cotton-Spinning Industry

By J. H. Crabtree

Flashing the Hour from the Metropolitan Tower

By Joseph T. S. Baker

Magic for Amateurs--II

Card, Coin, and Handkerchief Tricks

By W. H. Radcliffe

Photographing Projectiles in Flight

By A German Correspondent

Simple Experiments in Steam and Combustion

By Sidney W. Ashe

A Hydrostatic Paradox

By Gustave Michaud

How Much Light is Absorbed by Paper Hangings and Their Like?


  • Recommended

    New Books, Etc.- July 16, 1910

  • Departments

    Notes and Queries- July 16, 1910

  • Recently Patented Inventions- July 16, 1910

  • Index of Inventions- July 16, 1910

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