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Science Notes - October 7, 1905

Solid Milk and its Manufacture

Novelties in the Spinning and Textile Industries

The Dead, or Matt, Dip for Brass

Observations on Coloring and Bleaching Plumes

Practical Directions for the Restoration of Old Prints

Notes on the Causes of Accidents to Submarine Boats and their Salvage

By R. H. Bacon

Making Carbon Rods and Plates

By George M. Hopkins

Interference in Wireless Telegraphy

By John Stone Stone

A Novel Coil-Clutch Reversing Gear

By the English Correspondent of Scientific American.

The Electric Steering Gear of the Turbine Steamer“Manxman”

By the English Correspondent of Scientific American

Milk Dangers and their Avoidance

Breathing in Living Beings

Contemporary Electrical Science

Japanese Heraldry

Seals for Freight Cars


By William Crookes

Electrical Notes

Engineering Notes

Trade Notes and Recipes


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