Notice

April 1895
Annapolis, Md., February 6, 1895.Having carefully read the six essays submitted in competition for the prize offered by the U. S. Naval Institute for the year 1895, we have the ...

Water Motors as Marine Dynamo Drivers

Lieutenant F. J. Haeseler U. S. Navy
April 1895
It is desired to present for consideration the feasibility of the use of water motors on board ship for the purpose of driving the dynamos and also the ventilating fans. ...

The Growth of U. S. Naval Cadets

By Henry G. Beyer, M. D., Ph. D., Surgeon U. S. Navy
April 1895
The study of the growth and the development of the human subject has always been one of great interest, not only to the physiologist and statistician, but also to the ...

The Training Service: A Few Notes

Lieut. George R. Clark
April 1895
By Lieut. George R. Clark, U. S. Navy*The recent wise step made by Congress in giving to the Navy two thousand more enlisted men should call attention to the importance ...

The Problem of Torpedo Discharge

Lieut. Albert Gleaves, U. S. Navy
April 1895
Compiled from the report of Lieutenant Frank F. Fletcher, U. S. Navy, commanding U. S. Torpedo-boat Cushing."Successful torpedo practice depends to the greatest extent upon successful discharge,"—Lieut. Fletcher.Previous to Lieutenant ...

Professional Notes

April 1895
THE BRITISH NAVAL MANOEUVRES FOR 1894.[ENGINEERING.]The official account of the partial mobilization and naval manoeuvres of last year has just been issued. It is a brief document, dealing in a ...

Bibliographic Notes

April 1895
[American.]ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL.April 20. Lessons of the Yalu.April 27. Advantages of Double Turrets. Modern Warships. The Chinese Surrender.May 25. Lessons of the Chino-Japanese War.ARMY AND NAVY REGISTER.May 4. More ...

Special Notice

April 1895
NAVAL INSTITUTE PRIZE ESSAY, 1896.A prize of one hundred dollars, with a gold medal. Is offered by the Naval Institute for the best essay presented on any subject pertaining to ...

Notice

April 1895
The U. S. Naval Institute was established in 1873, having for it3 object the advancement of professional and scientific knowledge in the Navy. It now enters upon its twenty-second year ...

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