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Mawson and Wilkes, The Supreme Court's Pure Food Decision, and more

Bucking the Ice of the Great Lakes with a Gyro

The Equipment of a Lake Car Ferry Steamer

The Problem of Our Navy- March 14, 1914

III.--The Decline of the United States Navy to Third-Class Rank by the Editor

An Improved Box for the New York Fire Alarm Telegraph

By Herbert T. Wade

Barranquilla to be Made a Seaport, Citrus By-Products

The Biggest of French Dirigibles

By Carl Dienstbach

How to Leave Yourself at Your Tailor's, Another Automobile Head Lamp, and more

The Sakurajima Eruption

A Volcanic Outburst that Will Go Down in History

By William L. Schwartz

Wireless Detection of Wireless Criminals

By V. Ford Greaves

A New Way of Detecting Art Forgeries

The Microphotographic Study of Brushwork

By A. P. Laurie

Prevention of Mine Explosions by Stone Dust, C. G. S. Units of Barometric Pressure

The Storm of March 1st, 1914, Measured in New Units

By Alexander McAdie

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  • Letters

    Correspondence- March 14, 1914

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    Recently Patented Inventions- March 14, 1914

  • Notes and Queries- March 14, 1914

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