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The Coolgardie Water Works

By the English Correspondent of the Scientific American

Siberia and the Trans-Siberian Railway

The Non-Metallic Mineral Products of the United States

Thermo-Electric Receivers for Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony

By the Belgian Correspondent of the Scientific American

Do the Rails of Electric Street Railways Return the Current to the Generating Station, or Simply Act as a Ground?

The Results of Original Experiments by Emile Guarini

Protection of Treasure by Electricity

Recoil.—II

By J. P. Farley

New Low Temperature Phenomena

Pictures in Wheat and Corn at the St. Louis Fair

By the St. Louis Correspondent of the Scientific American

By St. Louis

“Wool Conditioning” in England

An Important Organization for the Prevention of Fraud

The Relations of Technical Chemistry to the other Sciences.—I

By Charles E. Munroe

Wood Alcohol

A House Automobile

A New Flooring Material

Coal Consumption of Locomotives

The Construction of Automatons

Prof. Arnold's Steel Tester

Ancient Egyptian Monumental Colors

Scientific Agriculture

By William Somerville

Electrical Notes

Engineering Notes

Selected Formulæ

Trade Notes and Recipes

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November 12, 1904

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