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The Engineer 1899/09/08

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  • Contents, p245.

Main Subjects

  • Editorial, p245.
    • Trades Union Congress
    • Engine Guarantees
    • Disturbing Elements in South Wales
    • Combination in Tin Plate Trade
    • Naval Engineers.
  • Electric Auxiliary Machinery in the United States Navy - Alton D. Adams, p233.
  • Electric Light and Power Transmission at Aigle, Switzerland, p236 (Illustrated).
  • Electrical Industry of Germany, p248.
  • Engineers in the US Navy, p235.
  • New Type of Battleship - The French Henri Quatre, p237 (Illustrated).
  • Port of Windau, p236.
  • Some Forms of Magnetic Separators, and Their Applications to Different Ores - H. C. McNeill, p249 (Illustrated).
  • United States Railroad Statistics, p251.

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