May, 1899. Electric Railway Power Plant Driven by Gas Engines. A simple Steam Engine with Remarkable Steam Economy. Economy of Multiple Expansion Engines. Efficiency of Small Motors. Compressed and Liquid Air. Steam and Water Valves.
ARMY AND NAVY REGISTER.
March 18, 1899. Report of Trophy Board. The Secondary Battery. Volunteers in Cuba. New Navy Pay Table. General Lieber on Oaths in Cuba. Military Influences. The Naval Militia.
April 1. Extra Pay in the Army. The Situation in the Philippines. The Situation in Samoa.
April 8. A Tribute to the Regulars. Affairs in Manila.
April 15. Our Garrison Flag and the Sun. Situation in Manila. Medical Report from Manila. Barbarity in Samoa.
May 6. Inspection of Coast Fortifications.
May 13. The Small Caliber Bullet.
May 20. Decision on Naval Retirements. The National Guard. Report on the Engagement Near Apia.
May 27. Naval Progress.
June 3. The Situation at Manila. Civil War Captains and Naval Retirements. Inspections and Instruction. General Mill’s New Army.