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* Electrically Operated 15-Ton Testing Machine, by [[W. and T. Avery]], p 253. (Illustrated)
 
* Electrically Operated 15-Ton Testing Machine, by [[W. and T. Avery]], p 253. (Illustrated)
 
** [[Woolwich Arsenal]].
 
** [[Woolwich Arsenal]].
 
 
* Electricity Enterprise in Australia, p 244.
 
* Electricity Enterprise in Australia, p 244.
  

Revision as of 15:30, 16 December 2014

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  • Contents, p 247.

Main Subjects

  • 1500-Volt 50-Cycle Rotary Converters, by Oerlikon, p 252. (Illustrated)
  • Automatic Synchronising Gear, p 253. (Illustrated)
  • British Patent Specifications, p 259.
  • Cold Water Thawing in Placer Mining, p 253.
  • Cultivation of Cotton in Australasia, p 240.
  • Gennevilliers Electric Power Station, (No. I.), p 242. (Illustrated)
  • Meuse Lock on the Meuse-Waal Canal, by Dr. L. R. Wentholt, (No. I.), p 235 - p 238. (Illustrated)
  • Motor Ship for Locomotive Transport, p 239.
  • Provincial Letters, p 255.
  • Seven Day Journal, The Circuit of Britain Air Race, Birmingham and Canal Improvements and other Topics, p 241.
  • Two types of Automatic Railway Coupling, p 254. (Illustrated)

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