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Our Latest Dreadnought, the "New Mexico"

The USS "New Mexico" [launched April 13, 1917, commssioned May 20, 1918; the "New Mexico" was powered by steam turbines that drove generators to provide electrical power to electric motors that drove the propellors]

Testing a Diamond

Many Ways of Separating the True and the False

By S. Leonard Bastin

Loading Iron by Magnets

By F. C. Perkins

Pre-Cooling California Oranges to Save Millions of Dollars Annually

By Victor W. Killick

Strategic Moves of the War, October 20th, 1916

Our Military Expert

How the Giant Destroys

[The effects of the concussive power of artillery shells]

By C. H. Claudy

Prototypes of Modern Artillery

Cannon of Several Centuries Ago were based on Same Principles as Present-Day Pieces

How did it Happen?, Manufacture of Bar-Ie-Duc Jelly

A Novel Hoist Recorder for Mines and Elevators, Designed to Answer this Question

By Frank C. Perkins

Departments

  • The Law of Search and Seizure on the High Seas, A Warning, and more

  • Letters

    Correspondence- October 28, 1916

  • Recommended

    New Books, Etc.- October 28, 1916

  • Departments

    Inventions New and Interesting- October 28, 1916

  • Recently Patented Inventions- October 28, 1916

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October 28, 1916Cover Image: Planting a mine field--anchor in the foreground, buoyant mine on the davits.

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