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Science Notes - November 19, 1904

A Universal 300-Ton Testing Machine

By the English Correspondent of the Scientific American

Modern High-Speed Printing Telegraph Systems

By J. C. Barclay

The Testing of Lightning Rods

Siemens & Halske Printing Telegraph or Telecryptograph

By L. Ramakers

Developments in means of Communication by Sea during the Nineteenth Century

Mirror Silvering, a Method of Securing a Thick and Dry Deposit

A Process for Copying Printed Pictures

Germany at the St. Louis Exposition

Correspondent of the Scientific American

By St. Louis

The Jo-Kang in Lhasa

The Holy of Holies of Buddhism

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

By Charles E. Munroe

Debris-Restraining Barriers of the Yuba River

By Wm. W. Harts

Utility of Automobiles for War Operations

Controlling the Boll Weevil in Cotton Seed and at Ginneries

Drainage Investigations

Engineering Notes

Electrical Notes

Speeds of the World

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