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Docking a 9,300-ton Cruiser in a 4,500-ton Dock, A Naval Offensive, and more

"The rudder of the Japanese cruiser "Azuma" of 9,300 tons, was repaired by using a 4,500- ton floating dock to lift the stern of the ship clear of the water. To prevent the ship from sliding out of the dock, she was anchored to the structure by chains and s teel hawsers."

Astronomy- October 13, 1917

Science- October 13, 1917

Electricity- October 13, 1917

The Submarine Problem--XVII

A Submersible, Anti-Submarine Buoy

Who gets it First?

The Priorities Committee of the Council of National Defense and How It Answers this Question

By C. H. Claudy

Turning the Tables

How "Potash from Cement" has been Twisted into Cement from Potash

Horse Surgery at the Front

Field Hospitals for the Treatment of Sick and Wounded Animals
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Mobilizing the Farm Machinery

By Arthur L. Dahl

Petroleum in Britain

Short note on putative petroleum reserves.

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  • Letters

    Correspondence- October 13, 1917

  • Departments

    Inventions New and Interesting- October 13, 1917

  • Foreign Commercial Notes and Queries- October 13, 1917

  • Recently Patented Inventions- October 13, 1917

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October 13, 1917Cover Image: The ambulance for wounded horses in service on the French Front (see page 272)

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