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The Engineer 1922/05/12

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  • Contents, p 527.

Main Subjects

  • Alcohol for Internal Combustion Engines, p 534.
  • A Seven-Day Journal, p 521.
    • Alcohol as a Motor Fuel.
    • Proposed Dock Extension at Workington.
    • The Late Mr. Alexander Cleghorn.
    • The Private Use of the National Dockyards.
    • The Gretna Factory.
    • Developments at a Nottingham Factory - Raleigh Cycle Co.
    • The Grampian Electricity Supply Scheme - Lochaber.
    • Oil Boring in Scotland.
    • Government Aid for the Cornish Tin Mines.
    • Wireless Telephony Developments - Mr Kellaway; the Marconi Co.
    • Experiments on HMS Superb.
    • The Engineering Lock-out.
    • The G.W.R. and Swansea Harbour.
    • Settlement of the Shipyard Dispute.
  • A Sleeper Creosoting Plant, p 524 and p 526. (Illustrated).
  • Chinese Engineering Notes, p 514.
    • Peking.
  • Control of the Waters of the Lake of Geneva, p 534.
  • Germany's Naval Airships and their War Record, p 513 - p 514.
  • Harbour Improvements in Cuba, p 537.
  • Hydro-Electric Schemes in New Zealand, p 537.
  • United States Patent Applications, p 528.
  • Waterway from Marseilles to The Rhone, p 537.

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