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The British Fire Prevention Committee and its Work

By the English Correspondent of the Scientific American

An Automobile Pullman Car for Time-Table Distribution

Devices Suggested by the Jarring of Automobiles

Density of Gasoline Required to obtain Greatest Horse Power and most Efficient Working of Gasoline Motors

Separation of the Higher Acids of Peanut Oil

Luminous Buoys

Flexibility of Coats of Varnish and Pigments

Experiments of M. Moissan

Sugar Trust Capitalization

What H. O. Havemeyer Says of it

A consideration of Phosphorescent and Fluorescent Substances

By William J. Hammer


Jupiter and his Great Red Spot

Manufacture of Cement from Marl and Clay

By Henry S. Spackman

On Electrons

By Oliver Lodge

Contemporary Electrical Science

A Home-Made Storage Battery Cell

By Walter G. Jones

Thomson-Houston Electric Drill

Electrolytic Manufacture of Caustic Soda and Hypochlorites

Trade Notes and Recipes

Trade Suggestions from United States Consuls



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    June 20, 1903