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How Fish are Hatche D.—III

Fish-Cultural Practices in the United States Bureau of Fisheries

By John W. Titcomb

The Flow of Marble

Gas Driven Ships

Marine Suction Producer Engines on the River Rhine

The N-Rays

Death by Lightning

Ancient and Modern Views

By John Knott

An Early Writing on the Hessian Ely

A Colonial Letter on a Formidable Pest

By Paul Griswold Howes

The Velocity of Bullets

The Mechanics of Saving Life.—I

Safety Provisions in the United States Steel Corporation

By David S. Beyer

An Electric Vacuum Furnace

The Judging of Rubber Goods

Is Matter Eternal?

An Answer from the Modern Physical Standpoint

By F. W. Henkel

A New Tennessee Power Plant

The Electrical Blast Furnace

Improvement in Locomotive Mechanism

The “Ivatt” Flexible Locomotive Crank Axle

The Sand Blast and its Uses

The Development of an American Invention

By Rene Champly

The Invention of “Protal”

A New Product for Use in the Arts

By F. G. Wiechmann

Electrical Notes

Engineering Notes

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