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ENGINEER  AND  INVENTOR  April 1893

Engineer and Inventor masthead An illustrated monthly journal Volume 1, Number 1

Introductory

Having recognized for years past the necessity of a journal to meet the requirements of the engineering and inventive public, and having waited in vain for others to fill this need, we have come to the rescue and commenced the publication of this Journal. In presenting this issue we have endeavored to outline the proposed subject matter and policy of the journal, and our subscribers and supporters may rest assured that each subsequent issue will surpass the one immediately preceding it. It is our aim to bring before the Canadian mechanic a description of the latest improved machinery for manufacturing purposes, and it is also part of our aim to present to inventors, intending applicants for patents, and patentees, matters of importance transpiring around them in the patent world. To successfully accomplish our objects it is necessary that we should receive the support of the entire mechanical and inventive branches, and all subscriptions and advertisements addressed to us will be promptly attended to.

Feature Articles

Canadian Patent System

Stand up for the
Canadian Patent System

Locating tools in a workshop

Locating tools
in a workshop

Automatic knife grinding machine

Automatic knife
grinding machine

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