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The Legal Triumph of the Wrights, Tire Failures and Railway Speed, and more

An Electrical Automobile Transmission System

By Ross Babcock

Cleaning Silverware

By L. V. Redman

Wireless Time

An Interesting Experiment Made at Beloit College

By E. A. Fath

Prize for a Non-Rubber Automobile Tire, The Introduction of Deodar Cedar and Its Uses, A New Idea in Moving Pictures

Recent Improvements in Aeroplane Design and what they Mean

By C. Dienstbach

Enclosing and Partial Draining of the Zuider Zee

By W. J. L. Kiehl

The Gyroscope in China

An Interesting Y. M. C. A. Lecture That Always Fills the House

By C. H. Robertson

The Unsinkable Ship

Notable Naval Architect's Design for a Ship That Will Not Sink

A Gigantic Electromagnet

By Richard Arapu

An Extemporized Railway Drawbridge, Oxonized Air, The Philippine Bureau of Forestry

Astronomical Bulls, An Opinion of the Scientific American

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    Correspondence- January 24, 1914

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    Inventions New and Interesting- January 24, 1914

  • Recently Patented Inventions- January 24, 1914

  • Notes and Queries- January 24, 1914

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January 24, 1914

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