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THE GAIFFE AUTO-MOTOR
(Patented in Britain).
NO BRUSHES, NO BANDS, NO INDEPENDENT MOTOR. The interruption cuts the current both for motor and coil. In other words motor and interrupter are electrically and mechanically linked together. Kuns 500 working hours without requiring attention.
See NATURE, July 20. 1905, page 277.
The leading experts have reported in terms of the highest praise upon this Break after continuous use (ride Testimon als Price, including box and packing, £4: 6: 6
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The "NEW RAPID" MERCURY INTERRUPTER.
A break comprising all the latest improvements with a simple and reliable method of raising and lowering the mercury. Fitted with first-class motor of any voltage up to 250. Requires only 2 lbs. of mercury, and is simplicity itself for cleaning.
The "CALDWELL" ELECTROLYTIC INTERRUPTER.
Will work on direct or alternating circuits from 50-250 volts without interposing any resistance. Current adjusted by rack and pinion movemen', giving perf. ct regulation with any tube. No expensive platinum parts to replice.
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The next Course of Lectures and Practical Classes for this Examination will begin on October 1. Full particulars may be obtained on application
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Day and Evening Courses in the above under recognised teachers inMATHEMATICS,
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Special arrangements for students undertaking research during vacations. Full particulars at the Institute or sent on receipt of postcard.
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ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL OPTICS. NORTHAMPTON INSTITUTE, CLERKENWELL, LONDON, E.C.
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Full Day Courses in the theory and practice of the above subjects will Entrance Examination on commence on Monday, October 1, 1906. These Courses include Wednesday and Thursday, September 26 and 27. periods spent in commercial workshops, and extend over four years. They also prepare for the degree of B.Sc. in Engineering at the University of London. Fees, £15 or 11 per annum.
Three Entrance Scholarships of the value of £52 each will be offered for competition at the Entrance Examination in September next.
Full and part time Day Courses in all branches of this important department of applied science given in specially equipped laboratories and lecture
Full particulars as to fees, dates, &c., and all information respecting the work of the Institute, can be obtained at the Institute or on app
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NEW SESSION commences OCTOBER 1.
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Fee, Ten Guineas for the Session.
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Preparatory Class for boys of 15 years of age. Calendar on application to the REGISTRAR, or
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JOHNSTON CHEMICAL SCHOLARSHIP.
This Scholarship (60), tenable for one year, together with a Prize in Books to the value of £5, will be awarded on the result of an Examination in Chemistry with Crystallography or Mineralogy, to be held during the week commencing October 1, 1906.
Candidates, who must be Bachelors in Science of a British University of not more than three years' standing, are required to send in their names on or before September 20 to the undersigned. F. H. PRUEN, Secretary
(IN THE UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM.)
The Council invite applications for the post of LECTURER in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Stipend, £300 per annum. Candi dates must send in six copies of their application and testimonials not later than September 20, 1906, to the undersigned, from whom further particulars may be obtaired,
F. H. PRUEN, Secretary
UNIVERSITY OF ST. ANDREWS.
RECTOR-ANDREW CARNEGIE, LL.D.
(Arts, Science, and Medicine.)
This College will be formally opened on Friday, October 12, and the Winter Session will begin on Monday, October 15.
The Preliminary Examinations, with which the competitions for Bursaries are combined, will commence on September 28. Schedules of application for admission will be supplied by the Secretary, and on being filled up may be received by him up to September 15.
There are forty Bursaries vacant (four of which are open to second year students and two to fourth year students only), ranging in value from £40 to £10. Of these twenty-one are tenable by men only, fourteen (which are restricted to students who intend to enter the Medical Profession) by women only, and five (including two Spence Bursaries of the value of £30 each the first year of tenure and £40 the second year, a Malcolm Bursary, restricted to Medical Students, of the annual value of £25 for five years, a Stephen Williamson Bursary of the value of about £40 for one year, and a Smeaton Bursary of the value of about £20 for one year) by either men or women. A number of Presentation and Preference Bursaries are also
Grants not exceeding £20 each may be assigned to students (men or nomen) during their fourth year who wish to take a Degree with Honours. In the course of the Session nine Scholarships will be competed for, five of which are open to men or women. They range in value from £80 to £50. ST. MARY'S COLLEGE.
This College will be opened on Monday, October 15. The Examinations for Bursaries will be held on October 12 and 13. Intimation of candidature is not necessary. There are three competitive Bursaries vacant, ranging in value from £40 to £15. At the close of the Session one Scholarship of £50, and one of £21, and one of £14, will be open to competition.
The Classes are open to men or women Students, and include Latin, freek, English, French, German, Hebrew, Aramaic and Syriac, Arabic, Assyrian, Logic and Metaphysics, Moral Philosophy, Political Philosophy, Political Economy, Education, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Zoology, Botany, Geology, Agriculture and Rural Economy, History, Ancient History, Physiology, Anatomy, Military Subjects (Military History and Strategy, Tactics, Military Engineering, Military Topography and Reconnaissance, Military Law and Military Organisation), Systematic Theology, Biblical Criticism, and Church History.
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WITH LARGER ANGLES, INCREASED FIELD, AND
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AN ACHROMATIC COMBINATION. COMBINING THE DEFINITION OF A MICROSCOPE WITH THE PORTABILITY OF A POCKET LENS.
"If you carry a small Platyscopic Pocket Lens (which every observer of Nature ought to do)."-GRANT ALLEN, in Knowledge. "I have long carried one of these instruments and found it invaluable."-JOHN T. CARRINGTON, Editor of Science Gossip. The Platyscopic Lens is invaluable to botanists, mineralogists, or entomologists, as it focuses about three times as far from the object as the Coddington Lens, and has a field unequalled for flatness, allowing opaque objects to be examined easily.
It is made in four degrees of power, magnifying respectively 10, 15, 20, and 30 diams.; the lowest power, having the largest field, is the best adapted for general use.
Mounted in Tortoiseshell, magnifying 10, 15, 20, or 30
In Nickelised German Silver, either power
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of Instruction, Fees, Examinations for Degrees, &c., will be found in the JOHN BROWNING, Man'fg.
CALENDAR OF THE UNIVERSITY, published by Messrs. William Blackwood and Sons, 45 George Street, Edinburgh.
Specimen Examination Papers for the Preliminary and Bursary Competition Examinations are published in separate booklets (Arts and Science Preliminary Examination and Bursary Competition, 1s.; Medical Preliminary Examination, 6d.), and may be had from the Secretary, or from Messrs. Henderson, Books:ilers, St. Andrews.
A general Prospectus for the coming Winter Session, as well as detailed infomation regarding any Department of the University, may be obtained application to the Secretary.
ANDREW BENNETT, Secretary.
University of St. Andrews, August, 1906.
THE DAVY-FARADAY RESEARCH LABORATORY
Professor Sir JAMES DEWAR, M.A., LL.D., D.Sc., F. R.S.
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