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Recent Greek Archæological Explorations

Roman Ruins in North Africa

By the Paris Correspondent of Scientific American

The Position of Patterns in the Molds

By Walter J. May

Some Interesting Facts about Brakes

Remarks on some Old-Time Engineering

By T. C. Mendenhali

Flowers that Feel

By Joseph H. Painter

The Place of Cereal Breakfast Foods in the Diet

Why the Eyes of the Chinese Seem to be Oblique

The Chemistry of Artists' Colors in Relation to their Composition and Permanency

By John M. Thomson

Concrete as a Fireproof Building Material

Internal-Combustion Motors

By Dugald Clerk

Deterioration of Storage Batteries

Formulæ for the Wire Table

By Harold Pender

Steam and Producer-Gas Tests of Coal

Engineering Notes

Contemporary Electrical Science

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    July 14, 1906