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Science and Journalism, Social Problems and Eugenics and more

Saving a Cathedral with a Diver

How Winchester Was Furnished With a New Foundation

By J. W. Overend

Air Resistance to Falling Bodies, Moor-burning in Germany and more

By A. A. Somerville

The First Triple-Turreted Warship

A New Italian Battleship Marks a Departure From Existing Types

By Percival A. Hislam

Safety-match Cough Lozenges

By John Phin

Dry Batteries and How to Make Them

By Omega

Hints for Young Microscopists

By Norman Barden

The Industrial Need of Technically Trained Men--III

Opportunities That Await the Trained Engineer

By A. J. Himes

Engineering in the Alps

Departments

  • Letters

    Correspondence - May 10, 1913

  • Departments

    Inventions New and Interesting - May 10, 1913

  • Recently Patented Inventions - May 10, 1913

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