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The New Stars, An Example in Turbine-Steamer Construction, and more

Svante August Arrhenius

The Founder of the Theory of Electrolytic Dissociation

By Wilhelm Ostwald

The Necessity of Longer Piers for the Port of New York

Advantages of Extending Pierhead Lines Stated and Objections Answered

By Calvin Tomkins

Some Recent French Monoplanes

Details of Several New Machines

Science in the Current Periodicals- February 18, 1911

In this Department the Reader will find Brief Abstracts of Interesting Articles Appearing in Contemporary Periodicals at Home and Abroad

Dynamite on the Farm

Explosives as a Substitute for Ax, Plow, and Spade

By Willard Young

Creating New Animals and Plants

Mendelism and the Farm

By W. J. Spillman

Cement on the Farm

A Material of Many Uses

By Ralph C. Davison

The New Science of the Soil

Bacteriology and Chemistry on the Farm

By W. H. Beal

New Methods and New Machines for the Farm

What the Inventor has done for Agriculture

By M. R. D. Owings

The Farmer and the Weather Bureau

The Latest Chapter in the Story of Practical Meteorology in America in its Applications to Agriculture and Horticulture

By Charles Fitzhugh Talman

The Small Motor on the Farm

What it has Contributed to the Farmer's Comfort

By L. W. Ellis

Starting a Clogged Drain

By B. F. Albert

A Talk About Bits, Cutting Keyways on a Lathe, and more

By Charles Cloukey

A Home-built Forge for the Workshop

By Albert F. Bishop

The Solution of a Riddle, Statistical Data in the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents

By Hiram Maxim

The Inventor's Department- February 18, 1911

Simple Patent Law; Patent Office News; Inventions New and Interesting

Neon Light

By Our Berlin Correspondent


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    Recently Patented Inventions- February 18, 1911

  • Notes and Queries- February 18, 1911

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