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The Cement Era, The Scientific American in the Canadian Parliament

Jacobus Henricus van't Hoff

Founder of Stereochemistry and of the Modern Theory of Solution

The Making of an Aeroplane Propeller

How One of the Most Successful French Screws is Constructed

The Dedication of the Roosevelt Dam

How 240,000 Acres of Arid Land are Being Reclaimed in the Salt River Valley

By C. J. Blanchard

The Problem of Waterproofing

The Properly Built Concrete House is Dampproof

By Ralph C. Davison

Portland Cement: What is it?

How it is Manufactured from Clays and Limes

By Edward D. Boyer

Saving Trees by the Use of Cement

How the Tree Surgeon Stays Decay with Cement Fillings

By M. L. Davey

The One-piece House

Concrete Structures Without Seam or Joint

By J. P. H. Perry

The Cement Market

Conditions of Manufacture and How They Benefit the Consumer

By Allen E. Beals

Odd Uses of Concrete

Where the Unusual of Yesterday Becomes the Usual of To-day

By Albert A. Moyer

The Mammoth Locks of the Panama Canal

The Greatest Work of Concreting in the World

By Walter Bernard

Ornamental Concrete

In Original Design or Mimicry of Natural Stone

By Frederick A. Norris

The Returns

Handy Pipe-puller

By H. T. Peterson

Removing Stud-bolts Without an Alligator

By R. C. D.

A Home-made Valve Grinder

By P. E. Keller

Suggestion for Foundry Ladles

By M. W. G.

Aerating Apparatus for a Fish Tank

By John Y. Dunlop

Science in the Current Periodicals - March 18, 1911

In this Department the Reader will find Brief…..

The Inventor's Department- March 18, 1911

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


  • Letters

    Correspondence - March 18, 1911

  • Departments

    Recently Patented Inventions - March 18, 1911

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