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The Panama Canal Must be Fortified, Oil Fuel on Ocean Liners, and more

The Southernmost Meteorological Station of the World, The Physiology of Marching, and more

Silvanus Philipps Thompson, F.R.S.

The Noted Electrical Engineer and Physicist

By P. F. Mottelay

An Automobile Water Tower

New York's Novel Fire Apparatus

By Herbert T. Wade

The Bleriot "Bus"

A Record Passenger-carrying Trip of a New Monoplane

The Largest Electric Valve in the World

By Frank C. Perkin

Observations Among the Workshops of Europe--II

Practical Hints for the Extension of Our Machinery Trade

By G. L. Carden

Wanted: A Trimming Machine for Paper Hangers, The Current Supplement, and more

The New Star in Lacerta

Its Brightness Suddenly Increased Four Thousand Times

By S. A. Mitchell

Science in the Current Periodicals - March 4, 1911

In this Department the Reader will find Briet Abstracts….

Case for Phonograph Records

By Ralph C. Davison

The Handy Man's Furnace Ashpan

By C. F. A. Siedhof

Miter Box for Odd Angles

By W. D. Graves

A Referendum

Rawhide Hammer, Cone Center Dividers, and more

By H. M. Nichols

Repairing the Bottom Wall of a Lead Pipe

By Albert F. Bishop

Non-Freezing Connections for the Water-Jacket

By Jacob F. Kropp

An Automatic Cut-off for Electric Gas-lighting Circuit

By E. W. Williamsom

A Novel Compass for Aeroplanes

The Needle Points Out the Direction of Travel

Ruhmer's Recent Work in Wireless Telegraphy

Some New Methods of Transmitting Speech Without Wires

By Alfred Gradenwitz

The Inventor's Department- March 4, 1911

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

By William Day

The New Rigid Dirigible of the English Navy. "N I.", Glycerine, and more

By Carl Dienstbach


  • Letters

    Correspondence- March 4, 1911

  • Departments

    Recently Patented Inventions- March 4, 1911

  • Notes and Queries- March 4, 1911

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