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The Engineer 1923/02/02

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  • Contents, p 123.

Main Subjects

  • A Flexible Coupling, p 130. (Illustrated).
  • Air Conference, 1923, Programme and Outline of Papers, p 116.
  • Canadian Mineral Production, p 114.
  • Iron and Steel Outlook, p 125.
  • January, p 109 - p 110.
    • Grouping the Railways.
    • Trade Improving.
    • Scientific Research.
    • A New Chemical Element.
    • Power Alcohol.
    • The Treatment of Oily Ballast Water.
    • Agricultural Machinery.
    • Six Railway Accident Reports.
    • Commercial Propaganda.
  • Letters to the Editor, p 116.
  • Short Histories of Famous Firms, Messrs. Edward Bury and Co (Afterwards Bury, Curtis and Kennedy), Clarence Foundry, Liverpool, contributed by E. L. Ahrons, No (XVI), p 111 - p 114.

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