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Science Notes - July 16, 1904

The Big Engine of the St. Louis Exposition and the Illumination of the Buildings

The St. Louis Correspondent of the Scientific American

The Discovery of the Future

By H. G. Wells

The Ward-Coonley Collection of Meteorites

By L. P. Gratacap

Health Conditions on the Isthmus of Panama

By W. C. Gorgas

The White Goat

Leather from Alligator Skins

By Charles H. Stevenson


What Varnishes are Made of

Soldering for Aluminum and its Alloys

Fire Protection for Steam Vessels and Government Regulations

By J. H. Morrison

A Pompeian House and its Utensils

The Paris Correspondent of the Scientific American

Storage Battery Locomotives for Shop Transportation

By J. A. McIntyre

The Sensitiveness of Chemical Reactions

By L. Brandt

Trade Suggestions from United States Consuls

An Apparatus Intended to Lessen Damage in Derailment

The War and Japan's Commerce


An Inquiry Into the Working of Various Water-Softeners

By C. E. Stromeyer and W. B. Baron

Contemporary Electrical Science

Electrical Notes

Engineering Notes

Trade Notes and Recipes



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