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The Admiralty Pier Cranes at Dover

By Emile Guarini

Alloy Steels

By William Metcalf

The Catatype Printing Process

Porpoise and Black-Fish Oils

By Charles H. Stevenson

Suction Gas-Producer for use with Explosive Motors Employing Low-Grade Gas Produced Direct from Coal

Mosely Educational Commission

Olive Oil and its Substitutes

Why is the Boiling Point Marked 212 Deg.?

Edison Historical Exhibit in the Electricity Building

By the St. Louis Correspondent of the Scientific American

The Manufacture of Peat Briquettes

A Fine Exhibit of Welded Steel Plate

By the St. Louis Correspondent of the Scientific American

The Cattori System of Electric Railways

The Big Twenty-Foot Wooden Pulley in the Machinery Building

By the St. Louis Correspondent of the Scientific American

Early Chemical Manufactures

A Contribution to the History of the Rise and Development of Chemical Industries in America*

By M. I. Wilbert

Means for Preventing the Deformation of Paper

Problems of the Atmosphere

By James Dewar

Plants as Builders

Electrical Notes

Engineering Notes

Patents!

Trade Notes and Recipes

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    September 03, 1904

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