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Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: General Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1890 Jan-Jun: Index

Academy Banquet, The Navy at the, 568

Accident on Board II.M.S. “ Barracoota,” The, 176, 328, 367, 384, 475, 484

Accident, The Carlisle, 485, 595, 604

Accident to the “City of Paris,” The, 4_0, 481, 712, 759

Accident to No. 4, or Queensferry North-West Caisson ; Forth Bridge, 238

Accidents, Machinery, Safeguarding against, 63 Accumulator, The Laurent-Cely, 373 Adamson, Mr. Daniel, 66

Address by the President of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 575

Address of the President of the Institution of Naval Architects, 390

Administration, Naval, 417

Agricultural Society’s Show at Plymouth, The Royal : 734, 745

Dairy, 750

Disintegrators, 746

Engine Trials, 734, 745

Engines, 748

Grist Mills, 747

Knight’s Petroleum Engine, 737

Implements, 743

Miscellaneous, 750

Petroleum Engine, Knight’s, 737

Spring Mounted Road Locomotive, Burrell’s, 739

Traction Engine and Road Roller, Wallis and Steevens’ Combined, 754

Agricultural Society’s Trials, The Royal, 734, 745 Air Compressors for the Forth Bridge, 235 Air for Tramcars, Low-Pressure, 333, 354

Allen, Mr. Horatio, 124

Alloys, Steel, 85

Alluvial Punjaub Rivers, Bridging, 389 Aluminium in Carburetted Iron, 767 Aluminium, The Properties of, 373, 472, 545 Aluminium in Steel, 615, 767

Amalgamation Schemes, The Scotch Railway, 598

Ambulance Train; Western Railway of France, 560

Amendment of the Boiler Explosions Act, 1882, 762

American Locomotives in Great Britain, 363

American Mill Floors, 19

American Naval Contracts, The Conditions of, 66 American Society of Civil Engineers, The, 159 American Society of Mechanical Engineers {See

Mechanical Engineers, American Society of)

American Tornado of March 27th, 1890, The Great, 513

Anderson’s Lubricator, 367

Anglo-American Lathe, Richards’, 588 Anti-Corrosive Paint, Steatite for, 410 Appliances for Smoke-Preventing, 485

Approach Viaduct Girders, Raising the, and Underbuildingof the Piers of the Forth Bridge, 244

Approach Viaduct Piers, South ; Forth Bridge, 231

Appropriation and Development of Heat in the Blast Fnrnace, 23

Armington and Sims’ Combined Engine and Dynamo for Ship Lighting, 70

Armour Plate Planing Machine, Shanks’s, 355

Arrol, Mr. W., 281

Arrol’s Hydraulic Spade, 240

Artillery, Modern French : 1, 27, 51, 78, 109, 134, 157, 185, 293, 320, 347, 378,403, 449, 465, 497, 530, 553, 586, 611, 641, 667, 695, 722, 751 Brecchloading Mechanism, 109, 134, 157,185 Cail Company, Gun Factory of the, 449, 465 Cast-Iron Reinforced Guns, French, 53 De Bange System, The, 403

Firing Grounds of the Forges et Chantiers Company at Havre, 611, 641

French, English, and German Guns, 1873, Particulars and Efficiency of, 53

French Ordnance, Cost Price of, 53

Artillery, Modern French—continued.

Gun Construction, Improvements in, 1, 27, 51

Gun Factory at the Forges et Chantiers at Havre, 586

Gun Factory of the Forges et Chantiers de la Mediterranee, 497, 530, 553, 586, 667, 695, 722 751

Gun Steel, Government Test for, 78

Mountain and Field Guns at the Forges et Chan tiers Gun Factory, 667, 695, 722

Ordnance, French, The Present Condition of, 293

Projectiles for French Guns, 52

Rifling Machine for French Guns, 28, 78

Siege and Garrison Guns, 751

Steel Ordnance, 77

Works, The St. Chamond, 320, 347, 378

Ashphalting the Forth Bridge, 273

Association, National Electric Light, 711

Atlantic Navigation, The Recent Progress of, 733, 757

Atmospheric Resistance, An Experimental Study of, 663, 689, 715

Awards, Scientific, 66

Axle-Boxes, Stamped Steel, 741

Bahamas, The Fibre Industry in the, 124

Baker, Mr. B. ,281

Baku again Drying Up, 655

Banderali, M. D., 441

Banquet, the Academy, The Navy at, 568

Barbette Cruiser “ Turenne,” The French, 739

“ Barracouta,” The Accident on Board H.M.S., 176, 328, 367, 384, 475, 484

Barr}' Dock, The, 461

Bars in Tidal Estuaries, 151

Basic Steel, Phosphorus in, 618

Bauer Coke Ovens, The, 728

Bedplates of the Forth Bridge, 251

Belgian Metallurgical Industry, 736

Berger, M., on the Chicago Exhibition, 527

Berger-Andre’s Horizontal Compound Corliss

Engine, 166

Bertrand’s Idiocyclophanous Prism, 427

Bessemer Medal, The, 569

Bethlehem Iron Company, The Works of the, 19,

• 295

Bevelling Machine for Ships’ Frames, Davis and Primrose’s, 646

Bill, The Rating of Machinery, 122, 488, 513,514, 630, 652

Blast Furnace, Development and Appropriation of Heat in the, 23

Blindness, Colour, 92, 168

Blow-Off Cock for Boilers, 71

Blower and Forge, Thwaites’ Portable, 153

Bogie Carriages on the Caledonian Railway, 194

Boiler Explosion, The Dordon, 452

Boiler Explosion, The Northwich, 201, 203

Boiler Explosions Act, 1882, Amendment of the, 762

Boiler Explosions and the Board of Trade, 14,341

Boiler Explosions at Crosby and Halifax, 521

Boiler Explosions at Oldham, Wickham Skeith, and Halesowen, 421

Boiler Furnaces, 766

Boiler, Locomotive, Hick, Hargreaves, and Co.’s

Large, 531

Boiler, Thwaite’s Gas-Fired, 355

Boilers, Dangerous, The Use of, 710

Boilers, Lancashire, The Evaporation of, 461, 493

Boilers, Marine, 433, 457

Boilers, Marine, Double Shell, 24

Boilers, Water-Tube, 43

Boring and Surfacing Lathes, Lang’s, 296

Bounties, Shipping, The French, 544

Brakes, Railway, in India, 511

Brebner, Mr. Alan, 335

Breechloading Mechanism, 109,134, 157, 185

Bridge, The Dalmarnock, Glasgow, 384

Bridge, the Forth, The Opening of, 303 (See aUo

Forth Bridge)

Bridge, The North River; New York, 562

Bridge, Repairing a, 681

Bridges, Cantilever, 217

Bridges, Railway, 308

Bridging Alluvial Punjaub Rivers, 389

Bridging the Hudson River, 287

Bridging Indian Rivers, 119, 389

Bristol’s Miners’ Electric Lamp, 299

British Section at the Paris Exhibition, The, 512 Building the Caissons for the Forth Bridge, 235 Building Out of the Cantilevers of the Forth

Bridge, 262

Building, Locomotive, in New South Wales, 485, 684

Bulkheads, Water-Tight, 448

Burns, Sir George, 682

Burrell’s Spring-Mounted Road Locomotive, 739

Cable Conduits in New York, 655

Cable Haulage on Canals, 19

Cable Tramways, Edinburgh, 202

Caissons for the Forth Bridge, Building the, 235 Caissons for the Forth Bridge, Sinking the, 239 Calorimeters, The Errors of Different Types of, 65

Canadian and United States Transportation Facilities, The, 651

Canal, The Manchester Ship, 497, 640, 682

Canal, Ship, The Proposed Scotch, 171

Cantilever Bridges, 217

Cantilevers of the Forth Bridge, Building Out of the, 262

Cantor Lectures, The, 175

Cape of Good Hope Observatory, Heliometer at the, 2, 29

Car Journals, Cost of Lubricating, 65

Carbon Deposit in a Blake Telephone Transmitter, A, 283

Carburisation of Iron by the Diamond, 584, 607

Carlisle Accident, The, 485, 595, 604

Carriages on the Caledonian Railway, Bogie, 194 Castings, The Rollet Precess for, 603, 619 Cement for the Forth Bridge, 229

Cement Industry in Scandinavia, The, 514

Central London Railway, The, 44

Changes in Iron Produced by Thermal Treatment, The, 584, 662

Chicago Exhibition, M. Berger on the, 527

Chimneys, The Design of, 41

China aiid Japan, Water Works in, 203

Chlorination Process, Gold, Hydraulic Pressure, 126

Chronograph, A New Electric, 736

Chucking Lathe, Eddy’s Turret Head, 21

Circulator and Feed-Water Heater, Maclaine’s Internal, 715

“ City of Paris,” The Accident to the, 420, 481

“ City of Paris” Inquiry, The, 759

“ City of Paris” Salvage Case, The, 712

City and Southwark Subway, The, 306

Civil Engineers, The American Society of, 159

Civil Engineers, Tiik Institution of : 684

On Recent Dock Extensions at Liverpool, with a General Description of the Mersey Dock Estate, the Port of Liverpool, and the River Mersey, by Mr. George Fosbery Lyster, M I.C.E., 68

On Bars at the Mouths of Tidal Estuaries, by Mr. William Henry Wheeler, M.I.C.E., 151

On the Shanghai Water Works, by Mr. J. W.

Hart, M.I.C E., 203

On the Tytam Water Works, Hong-Kong, byMr. Jas. Orange, A.M.I.C.E., 203

On the Construction of the Yokohama Water Works, by Mr. J. H. T. Turner, B. Sc., A.M.I.C.E., 204

On the Hawkesbury Bridge, New South Wales, by Mr. C. O. Burge, M.I.C.E., 308

On the Construction of the Dufferin Bridge over the Ganges at Benares, by Mr. F. T. G.

Walton, C.I.E., M.I.C.E., 308

On the New Bridge of the London, Chatham,

Civil Engineers, Institution of - continued. and Dover Kailway Company over the Thames at Black friars, by Mr. G. E. W.

Cruttwell, M.I.C.E., 308

On the Barry Dock Works, including the Hydraulic Machinery and the Mode of Tipping Coal, by Mr. John Kobinson, M.I.C.E , 461

On the Loch Erne Drainage, by Mr. James Price, Jun., M.I.C.E., 461

On the Application of Electricity to Welding, Stamping, and other Cognate Purposes, by Sir Frederick Bramwell, Bart., D.C.L?, F.R.S., Past-President, Inst. C.E., 523

On the Screw Propeller, by Mr. Syd. W. Barnaby, M.I.C.E., 607

On the Keswick Water Power Electric Light Station, by Messrs. W. P. James Fawcusand Edward W. Cowan, A. MM. I.C.E., 645

On the Diurnal Variations of the Magnet at Kew, by Messrs. W. G. Robson and S. W. J. Smith, 718

Students, The, 571

Visit to the Metropolitan Sewage Works, Crossness, 64

Visit to the Richmond Main Drainage Works, 420

Clark’s Deflective Turret, 682

Cleveland, Notes from, 7, 45, 60, 89, 117,143,178, 197, 288, 309, 329, 353, 382, 414, 453, 486, 505, 547, 565, 602, 619, 657, 677, 714, 727, 754

Climatological Temperature, 173

Club, The Gilbert, 761

Clyde Export Trade in 1889, 98

Clyde, Tunnel under the River, at Glasgow, 70

Coal, Colonial, 118

Coal near Dover, The Discovery of, 335

Coal, The Price of, and Miners’ Wages, 359

Coal Ships, Spontaneous Combustion in, 438

Coast Defences of the United States, The, 707

Cock, Blow-Off, for Boilers, 71

Cockerill Company, The John, 516

Cofferdams at Forth Bridge, 229

Coils in Electrical Measuring Instruments, The

Shape of, 427

Coiseau, M. L., 283

Coke Ovens, The Bauer, 728

Cold Steel Sawing Machine, Hill’s, 339

Collieries, Steam Pipes for, 80

Collision at Carlisle, The, 485, 595, 604

Colonial Coal, 148

Colour Blindness, 92, 168

Commencement of the Forth Bridge, 224

Commencement of the Permanent Work of the

Forth Bridge, 229

Commercial Education, 332

Committees, The Research, of the Institution of

Mechanical Engineers, 122

Company, The Forth Bridge Railway, 275

Comparison of Steam Engine Indicators, 124

Competition, Railway, 2b5

Competition, TheWatkin Tower, 542, 736

Composing and Justifying Machine, The Lager-man, 297

Compound Corliss Engine, Berger-Andre’s Horizontal, 166

Compound Engine ; Weyher and Richemond, 441

Compound Engines, Theory of, 41

Compound Horizontal Engine with Frikart Valve Gear, 739

Compound Locomotive for the Michigan Central Railroad, 413, 550

Compound Locomotives in Russia, 147, 208, 311

Compound Passenger Locomotive; ‘‘Mogul” Type, 138

Compressed Air Tramcar ; Hughes and Lancaster

System, 333, 354

Condition of the Shipbuilding Trade, 449

Conditions of American Naval Contracts, The, 66

Conference at Madrid, The International Industrial, 625

Conference, The Washington Maritime, 396, 40o, 427

Constructing and Designing Mills, 176

Consulting Engineers, The Institute of, 335

Contractors and Engineers of the Forth

Bridge, The : 276

Arrol, Mr. William, 281

Baker, Mr. Benjamin, 281

Coiseau, Monsieur L., 283

Falkiner, Mr. Travers, 282

Fowler, Sir John, K.C.M.G., 276

Phillips, Mr. Joseph, 282

Tancred, Sir Thomas, 281

Contracts, Navy. 360

Corliss Engine, Berger-Andre’s Horizontal Compound, 166

Cost of Lubricating Car Journals, 65

Cost of Steam and Water Powers, 133

Coupled Reversing Rolling Mill Engines for the Steel Company of Scotland, 754

Crane, 100-Ton Derrick, at the Alexandra Graving Dock, Belfast, 87

Crane, Five-Ton Overhead Travelling, 534

Crankshaft Lathe, Richards’ Heavy, 501

Critical Points in Iron and Steel, 427, 581, 718

Crosby and Halifax, Boiler Explosions at, 521

Cruiser “Forbin,” The French Unarmoured, 703

Cruiser “Turenne,” The French Barbette, 739

Crystalline Magnetite in the Port Henry Mines, 362

Cup-Making Machine, Faure’s, 142

“ Cushing,” The Torpedo Boat,” 420

Cuxhaven, New Harbour at, 202

Cylinders, Oxygen, Testing, 455

Dairy ; Plymouth Show, 750

Dalmarnock Bridge, Glasgow, The, 384

Dangerous Boilers, The Use of, 710

Dangers of Electric Lighting, The, 18, 42

Davies’ Epicyclic Gear for Grab Dredgers, 620

Davis and Primrose’s Bevelling Machine for Ships’ Frames, 646

Dawsholm Station of the Glasgow Corporation Gas Works, The Three-Lift Gas Holder at the, 296

De Bange System at the Cail Works, 403

Defences, The Coast, of the United States, 707

Derrick Crane, 100-Ton, at the Alexandra Graving Dock, Belfast, 87

Description of the Forth Bridge, General, 222

Design of Chimneys, The, 41

Designing and Constructing Mills, 176

Development and Appropriation of Heat in the Blast Furnace, 23

Diamond, Carburisation of Iron by the, 584, 607

Diamond Washing Plants, Whitmore and Bin-yon’s, 506

Diepeveen, Leis, and Smit’s Triple-Expansion

Marine Engines for Tug-Boats, 388

Direct-Acting Steam Pumps, 133

Discharge over a Weir, 94

Discoveries, Oil, in India, 599

Discovery of Coal near Dover, The, 335

Disintegrators ; Plymouth Show, 746

Disposal of London Sewage, The, 571

Distilling Mercury in a Vacuum, Apparatus for, 336

Distribution of Flow in a Strained Electric Solid, The, 607

Diurnal Variations of the Magnet at Kew, The, 718

Diving Dress, Stove’s, 396

Dock, The Barry, 461

Dock, Dry, at Halifax, Nova Scotia, 118

Dock for Glasgow, A New Graving, 19

Docks, The Liverpool, 68

Dordon Boiler Explosion, The, 452

Double-Headed Lathe for Finishing Cock Plugs,

Warner and Swasey’s, 659

Double Screw Ferry Boat, A, 133, 192

Double Shell Marine Boilers, 24

Drainage, Lough Erne, 461

Drainage Works, The Richmond Main, 420

Draper’s Thermograph, 179

Drawings for the Forth Bridge, 249

Dredgers, Grab, Davies’ Epicyclic Gear for, 620

Dredging in the Mersey Lock Estate, 639, 669

Driving Gear, Indicator, 420

Dry Air Refrigerating Apparatus without Machinery, 751

Dry Dock at Halifax, Nova Scotia, 118

Dynamo and Engine for Ship Lighting, Armington and Sims’ Combined, 70

Eddy’s Turret Head Chucking Lathe, 21

Edge Runners for Porcelain Clay, Faure’s, 83

Edinburgh Cable Tramways, 202

Edinburgh International Exhibition, The, 150, 431, 471, 500, 637, 693, 735

Education, Commercial, 332

Education, Secondary and Technical, 91, 200

Efficiency of Steam Engines, The, 291, 292

Electric Chronograph, A New, 736

Electric Launches at the Edinburgh Exhibition, 630

Electric Lighting :

Accumulator, The Laurent-Cely, 373

Dangers of Electric Lighting, The, 18, 42

Dynamo and Engine for Ship Lighting, Armington and Sims’ Combined, 70

Electric Lamp, Bristol’s Miners’, 299

Electric Light Association, National, 711

Electric Lighting of the Edinburgh Exhibition, 500

Electric Lighting at Keswick, 645

Electric Lighting of the Prudential Assurance

Company’s Offices, 163

Electric Lighting of Ships, 19, 70

Electric Projectors, 92

Electrical Exhibition at Edinburgh, 150, 431, 471, 500, 637, 693, 735

Lighting of the Forth Bridge, The, 226

Electric Signalling System, Morgan’s Automatic, 590

Electric Splashes, 101

Electric Tramcar Propulsion, 758

Electric Tramway, The Lineff, 761

Electric Tramway System, Wynne’s, 307

Electric Tramway, The Waller-Manville, 574

Electric Welding and Stamping, 523

Electrical Exhibition at Edinburgh, The, 150, 431, 471, 500, 637, 693, 735

Electrical Range Finder, An, 363

Electricity in Mines, 362

Electricity in Tanning’, 599

Electro-Magnet, The, 124

Electro-Pneumatic Signal, An, 655

Elevator at Stockholm, Passenger, 32

Engine, Berger-Andras Horizontal Compound Corliss, 166 . ,

Engine, Compound ; Weyher and Richemond, 441

Engine and Dynamo for Ship Lighting, Armington and Sims’Combined, 70

Engine with Frikart Valve Gear, Horizontal Compound, 739

Engine Governors, Marine, 74 . ,

Engine, Hoisting, Ransome, Sims, and Jefferies Portable, 34

Engine, Horizontal, with Farcot Valve Gear, 8

Engine, Knight’s Petroleum, 737

Engine, Rigg’s Revolving, 435

Engine, Steam, Transmission of Power in tne, 123

Engine, Sulzer’s Triple-Expansion Horizontal, 411

Engine, Traction, and Road Roller, Wallis and Steevens’ Combined, 754

Engine Trials; Plymouth Show, 745

Engine Trials, Marine, 555, 577, 605,632

Engineer Officers, Naval, 304 .

Engineering, Marine, and Shipbuilding in 188J, 10, 72, 83

Engineering Notes from North-Western India,

21, 36, 57, 100, 179, 455, 490, 661, 674

Engineering and Shipbuilding Industries in Scotland, 418 , _

Engineers and Contractors of the Forth Bridge,

The, 276 ,

Engineers’, Electricians’, Builders, and Ironmongers’ Exhibition, 370

Engineers in India, 331, 679

Engineers, Mining, The Federated Institute of, 88

Engineers, The Society of, 154

Engines, Compound, Theory of, 41

Engines, Coupled Reversing Rolling Mill, for the

Steel Company of Scotland, 754

Engines, Fairlie, for the Mexican Railway, 3-3

Engines, Farcot’s Triple-Expansion, 296

Engines of the Great Western Railway Company’s Steamers, 700

Engines, Hauling, Wild’s Semi-Portable, 441

Engines of the s.s. “Mariposa,” Triple-Expansion, 753

Engines at Plymouth Show, 748

Engines, Pumping, at Loch Lomond, for Vale of Leven Water Supply, 647

Engines, Rankine’s Disconnective Quadruple-Expansion Land, 36

Engines, Steam, The Efficiency of, 201, 292

Engines, Triple-Expansion, for the s.s. “ Glenart-ney ” and “ Norse King,” 431

Engines for Tug-Boats, Triple-Expansion Marine, 388

Epicyclic Gear for Grab Dredgers, Davies’, 620

Errors of Different Types of Calorimeters, The, 65

Estimates, The Navy, 332, 361

Estuaries, Tidal, Bars in, 151

Evaporation of Lancashire Boilers, The, 461, 493

Evaporative Efficiency of Boilers, The, 433, 457

Excursions of the American Institute of Mining

Engineers, 475

Exhibition, The Chicago, M. Berger on the, 527

Exhibition, The Edinburgh International, 150,

431, 471, 500, 637, 693, 735 . . ,

Exhibition, The Engineers’, Electricians, Builders’, and Ironmongers’, 370

Exhibition in London, International, 736

Exhibition, The Military, 598

Exhibition, The Paris International :

Ambulance Train ; Western Railway of France, 560

British Section, The, 512

Electric Projectors, 92

Engine, Berger-Andre’s Horizontal Compound Corliss, 166 ,

Engine, Compound ; Weyher and Richemond, 441

Engine with Frikart Valve Gear, Horizontal Compound, 739

Engine, Horizontal, with Farcot Valve Gear, 8

Engine, Sulzer’s Triple-Expansion Horizontal, 411

Engines, Farcot’s Triple-Expansion, 296

Huanchaca Mining Company, Bolivia, The, 345

Lathe, Richards’ Anglo-American, 588

Locomotive, Compound Passenger ; “ Mogul ’ Type, 138

Locomotive, Express Passenger; South-Eastern Railway, 506, 531

Locomotive, Passenger; Western Railway of France, 674, 702

Mining Industries, 81

Oil-Testing Machine; Eastern Railway of France, 321, 375

Oscillations of Locomotives, Apparatus for

Measuring the, 47

Paper Machines, 35, 69

Planing Machine, Sellers’, 326

Porcelain Manufacture in France, 56, 83, 142, 194

Rolling Stock for Local Railways, 425

Exhibition of the Royal Meteorological Society, The, 363, 393, 419

Exhibition at Stockholm during 1892, Industrial, 176

Exhibition of 1892, The United States, 305, 334, 527

Expansion Joints in Rails on the Forth Bridge, 273

Experimental Study of Atmospheric Resistance, An, 663, 689, 715

Experiments on Flying Machines, 687

Experiments with Lifeboat Models, 466, 518

Experiments on Wind Stresses, 222

Explosion, Boiler, The Dordon,452

Explosion, Boiler, The Northwich, 201, 203

Explosions, Boiler, and the Board of Trade, 14, 341

Explosions, Boiler, at Crosby and Halifax, 521

Explosions, Boiler, at Oldham, Wickham Skeith, and Halesowen, 421

Export Trade in 1889, Clyde, 98

Express Passenger Locomotive; South-Eastern Extension’ o^’tlm Glasgow Corporation Gas

Gearing for, 411

Extraction of Oxygen, The, 1*9

Fairlie Engines for the Mexican Railway, 323 Farcot Valve Gelr^Horizontal Engine with, 8 Farcot’s Triple-Expansion Engines, 296

Faure’s Machinery for Porcelain Claj, 56, 83, Federated Institute of Mining Engineers, The, Feed-Water Heater and Circulator, Maclaines Feed-WaterHeater and Purifier, Sherwin’s, 127 Feed-Water Heaters, Note on, 527 Ferrv Boat, A Double Screw, 133, 1J-

Ferry Boat “Transfer,” The; Canada Southern Railway Company, 349

Fibre Industry in the Bahamas, The, 124

Fife South Circular Piers ; Ijorth Biid»e, 230 Filter Press and Pump for Porcelain Claj,

Faure’s, 56

Filtration of Sewage, The, 94

Fire Loss, Methods of Reducing, 81

Firing Grounds of the Forges et Chantiers Company at Havre, 611, 641

Flangeless Piston Rings, Lockwood s, 443 Fletcher, Mr. Edward, 11

Flow of Steam through Orifices, The, 61

Flying Machines, Experiments on, 687 “°Forb?n,” The French Unarmoured Cruiser, 703 Foreign and Colonial Notes, 338, 354, 657, 678 Forge and Blower, Thwaites’ Portable, lo3 Forth Bridge, The : 213 to 283, 334

Accident to the No. 4 or Queensferry North-West Caisson, 238

Air Compressors, 235

Approaches, 231, 244

Asphalting, 273

Bedplates, 251

Building the Caissons, 235

Building out of the Cantilevers, 262

Cantilever Bridges Generally, 217

Cement, 229

Circular Granite Piers, The, 243

Cofferdams, Generally about, 229

Commencement of the Permanent Work, 229

Commencement of Work, 224

Company, The Forth Bridge Railway, 275

Designs, Alternative Preliminary and Final, 213

Drawings, 249

Engineers and Contractors, The, 276

Arrol, Mr. William. 281

Baker, Mr. Benjamin, 281

Coiseau, Monsieur L., 283

Falkiner, Mr. Travers, 282

Fowler, Sir John, K.C.M.G., 276

Phillips, Mr. Joseph, 282

Tancred, Sir Thomas, 281

Expansion Joints in Rails, 273

Fife South Circular Piers, 230

General Description of the Structure, 222

Historical, 213

Hydraulic Rams and Girders for Lifting Platforms in the Central Towers, 257

Hydraulic Spade, 240

Inchgarvie Caissons, 242

Inchgarvie North Circular Piers, 230

Lighting, 226

Living Model Illustrating Principle of the Forth Bridge, 218

Materials of Construction for the Masonry Piers, 227

Members Forming the Cantilever, The, 259

North Approach Railway, The, 275

Opening, The, 303

Painting, 273

Permanent Way, The, 273

Preliminary Tests, The, 276

Preliminary Work in Connection with the Four Queensferry Caissons, 233

Preliminary Work in Connection with the Inchgarvie South Piers, 231

Queensferry Caissons, 241

Railway Connections, The, 274

Raising the Approach Viaduct Girders and Underbuilding of the Piers, 244

Report of Major-General Hutchinson, R.E., and Major Marindin, C.M.G., R.E., 46, 340

Rivetting, 271

Sinking the Caissons, 239

Site of Bridge and Profile on Central Line, Surrounding Country, 219

South Approach Railway, The, 275

South Approach Viaduct Piers, 231

Steel, The, 247

Temporary Work in Connection with the Erection, 271

Testing, 94

Tides, Wind, Wind Pressures, and Gauges, Climate Generally, 219, 221

Transport and Distribution of Material, 226

Visitors, The, 276

Water, 228

Weight of the Superstructure, 275

Wind Stresses, Experiments on, 222

Wire Ropes, The Use of, 272

Workmen, The, 273

Workshops, 249

Foundations, Poetsch Process of Sinking, 681 Fowler, Sir J., 276

France, Porcelain Manufacture in, 56, 83, 142.

194

Free Harbour at Copenhagen, A, 451

French Artillery, Modern (See Artillery, Moderr French)

French, English, and German Guns, 1873, Parti culars and Efficiency of, 53

French Navy, The, 648, 703, 739

French Shipping Bounties, The, 544

Frikart Valve Gear, Horizontal Compound En gine with, 739

Furnace, Siemens, A. New Form of, 570

Furnaces, Boiler, 766

Future of the Shipping Trade, The, 711

Galvanometers, 101, 164, 283

Gamble in Pig Iron, The, 173, 620

Gas-Fired Boiler, Thwaite’s, 355

Gas Institute, The, 762

Gas Works, Extension of the Glasgow Corporation, 56, 86, 140, 296

Gasholder at Dawsholm Station of the Glasgow Corporation Gas Works, The Three-Lift, 2J6

Gauges, Recording Pressure, 123

Gauges, Wind, and Wind Pressure, 219, 221

Gear, Tramcar, 124

Gearing for Extension Rails of Railway Turntables, Whitaker’s, 411

Geometrical Construction of Direct Reading Scales for Reflecting Galvanometers, The, 283

Germany, Shipbuilding in, 514

Gifford, Fox, and Co., v. Chard Union, 513

Gilbert Club, The, 761

Glasgow Central Railway, The, 653

Glasgow Corporation Gas Works, Extension of the, 56, 86, 140, 296

Glasgow, Dalmarnock Bridge, 384

Glasgow, New Graving Dock, 19

Glasgow, Tunnel under the River Clyde at, 70

“Glenartney” and “ Norse King,” s.s., Triple

Expansion Engines for the, 531

Gold Chlorination Process, Hydraulic Pressure, 123

Goldfields, Victorian, 15, 53,105,160,188, 289

Governors, Marine Engine, 74

Grab Dredgers, Davies’ Epicyclic Gear for, 620

Graving Dock for Glasgow, A New, 19

Gray, Mr. Thomas, C. B., 370

Great Tower in London, The, 542, 736

Great Western Railway Steamers, The, 645, 700

Grist Mills ; Plymouth Show, 747

Gun Construction, Improvements in, 1, 27, 51 (See also Artillery, Modern French)

Gun Factory of the Forges et Chantiers de la Mediterranee, 497, 530, 553, 586, 667, 695, 722, 751

Gunboats, Stern-Wheel, 588

Guns, Cast-Iron Reinforced, French, 53

Guns, Siege and Garrison, 751

Guns, Trials of Elswick and Krupp, 44

Halesowen, Oldham, and Wickham Skeith, Boiler Explosions at, 421

Halifax and Crosby, Boiler Explosions at, 521

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Dry Dock at, 118

Hamburg-American Liner “Normannia,” The

New, 112

Harbour at Copenhagen, A Free, 451

Harbour at Cuxhaven, New, 202

Harbour Works, Jersey, 485

Harbour Works near Saltburn-by-the-Sea, 317

Haulage on Canals, Cable, 19

Hauling Engines, Wild’s Semi-Portable, 441

Heat in the Blast Furnace, Development and Appropriation of, 23

Heaters, Feed-Water, Note on, 527

Heliometer at the Cape of Good Hope Observatory, 2, 29

Heliostat for the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 592

H.M.S. “ Barracouta,” The Accident on Board, 176, 328, 367, 384, 475, 484

Hick, Hargreaves, and Co.’s Large Locomotive Boiler, 531

High-Speed Knitting and Weaving without

Weft, 180

Hill’s Cold Steel Sawing Machine, 339

Hirn, G. A., Reminiscences of the Life of, 120, 174

Hoisting Engine, Ransome, Sims, and Jefferies’ Portable, 34

Horizontal Compound Corliss Engine, 166

Horizontal Compound Engine with Frikart

Valve Gear, 739

Horizontal Engine with Farcot Valve Gear, 8

Horizontal Engine, Sulzer’s Triple-Expansion, 411

Huanchaca Mining Company, Bolivia, The, 345

Hudson River, Bridging the, 287

Hudson River Tunnel, The, 150

Hughes and Lancaster Compressed Air Tramcar, 333, 354

Huygen’s Gearing, 661

Hydraulic Pressure Gold Chlorination Process, 126

Hydraulic Rivetter, Schonbach’s, 534

Hydraulic Spade, Arrol’s, 240

Hydraulic and Steam Machinery on Steamers, Combined, 434, 491

Hydrographic Expedition, A Swedish, 654

Implements, 748

Inchgarvie North Circular Piers ; Forth Bridge, 230

India, Engineers in, 331, 679

India, Railway Brakes in, 511

Indian Frontier Railways, 150

Indian Rivers, Bridging, 119, 389

Indicator Driving Gear, 420

Indicators, Comparison of Steam Engine, 124

Industrial Notes, 21, 47, 72, 99, 127, 153, 179, 207

284, 314, 339, 349, 394, 425, 456, 489, 501, 549, 563, 592, 620, 660, 687, 712, 742, 765

Industries, Mining, 81

Industries, Shipbuilding and Allied, 111

Inglis, Mr. William, 514

Inman Liner “City of Paris,” The, 420, 481, 712, 759

Inquiry, The “City of Paris,” 759

Institute of Consulting Engineers, The, 335

Institute, Iron and Steel (See Iron and Steel Institute)

Institute, The Gas, 762

Institute of Mining Engineers, The Federated, 88

Institution of Civil Engineers (See Civil Engineers, Institution of)

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, The North-East Coast, 335

Institution of Mechanical Engineers (See Mechanical Engineers, Institution of)

Institution of Naval Architects (See Naval Architects, Institution of)

Integrator, A New, 129

Interdependence of Patents, 541

Internal Feed-Water Heater and Circulator, Maclaine’s, 715

International Exhibition, The Edinburgh, 150, 431, 471, 500, 639, 693

International Exhibition in London, 736

International Industrial Conference at Madrid

The, 625

International Protection of Merchandise Marks, The, 567

Iron, Carburisation of, by the Diamond, 584, 607

Iron Company, the Bethlehem, The Works of, 19 295

Iron, Effect of Thermal Treatment on, 584, 6G2

Iron, Pig, The Gamble in, 173, 626

Iron and Steel, Effect of Temperature upon the

Physical Properties of, 581

Iron and Steel Industries in 1889, The, 709

Iron and Stekl Institute, The : 569

Bessemer Medal, The, 569

On a New Form of Siemens Furnace arranged to Recover Waste Gases as well as Waste Heat, by Mr. John Head and M. P. Pouff 570

On the Critical Points in Iron and Steel, by M.

F. Osmond, 581

On the Carburisation of Iron by the Diamond, by Professor Roberts-Austen, 584, 607

On the Changes in Iron Produced by Thermal Treatment, by Dr. E. J. Ball, 584, 662

On the Robert-Bessemer Process, by Mr. F. Lynwood Garrison, 585

On the Rollet Process for Producing Purified Castings, by Mr. A. Rollet, 603, 619

On Aluminium in Carburetted Iron, by Mr. W.

J. Keep, 615, 767

On Certain Chemical Phenomena in the Manufacture of Steel, by Mr. W. Galbraith, 617

On the Estimation of Phosphorus in the Basic Siemens Steel Bath, by Mr. W. Galbraith, 618, 738

Visit to America, 544

Iron Works, The Bethlehem, 19, 295

Ironclad “ Triomphante,” The French, 648

Ironfoundcrs’ Society, The, 199

Ironmongers’, Engineers’, Electricians’, and Builders* Exhibition, The, 370

Japan and China, Water Works in, 203

Japan, Railways in, 361

Joints in Rails, Expansion, on the Forth Bridge, 273

Joule, James Prescott, 121

Jubilee of the Penny Post, The, 629

“ Kathleen,*' The Screw Tug, 114

Keswick, Electric Lighting at, 645

Knight’s Petroleum Engine, 737

Knitting and Weaving without Weft, High Speed, 180

Lagerman Composing and Justifying Machine, The, 297

Lake Erie Railroad, The, 172

Lamberton Ore Crushing Mill, The, 442

Lamp, Electric, Bristol’s Miners’, 299

Lancashire Boilers, The Evaporation of, 461, 493

Lang’s Surfacing and Boring Lathes, 296

Lathe, Eddy’s Turret Head Chucking, 21

Lathe for Finishing Cock Plugs, Warner and Swasey’s Double-Headed, 659

Lathe, Potter’s, with Variable Speed, Faure’s, 142

Lathe, Richards’ Anglo-American, 588

Lathe, Richards’ Heavy Crankshaft, 501

Lathes, Lang’s Surfacing and Boring, 296

Launches and Trial Trips, 20, 69, 98, 126, 152, 165, 283, 301, 336, 357, 415, 442, 524, 578, 608, 631,656, 677, 701,731,768

Laurent-Cely Accumulator, The, 373

Laws of Steamship Propulsion, The, 696

Lead Tempering of Steel, 654

Leak Stopping in Steel Ships, 436

Lectures, The Cantor, 175

Lectures, Royal Institution, 202

Leslie, Mr. James, 11

Life Boats, 466, 518

Life of G. A. Hirn, Reminiscences of the, 120, 174

Lighter, Self, The “ Wells Light,” 98

Lighting of the Edinburgh Exhibition, The Electric, 500

Lighting, Electric, The Dangers of, 18, 42

Lighting the Forth Bridge, 226

Lighting at Keswick, Electric, 645

Lighting of the Prudential Assurance Company’s

Offices, Electric, 163

Lighting of Ships, Electric, 19

Lineff Electric Tramway, The, 761

Links of the Kiew Bridge, Testing the, 736

Liquid Fuel Engines, 32, 132, 208, 311, 748, 737

Liverpool Docks, The, 68

Living Model Illustrating Principle of the Forth Bridge, 218

Local Railways, Rolling Stock for, 425

Lock Erne Drainage, 451

Lock, Tubular, 630

Lockwood’s Flangeless Piston Rings, 443

Locomotive Boiler, Large, Hick, Hargreaves, and Co.’s, 531

Locomotive Building in New South Wales, 485, 684

Locomotive, Compound Passenger ; “Mogul” Type, 138

Locomotive, Express Passenger; South-Eastern Railway, 506, 531

Locomotive Manufacturing Company’s Works, The Strong, 688

Locomotive for the Michigan Central Railroad, Compound, 413, 550

Locomotive, Passenger ; Great North of Scotland Railway, 619

Locomotive, Passenger; Western Railway of France, 674, 702

Locomotive, Road, Burrell’s Spring Mounted, 739

Locomotive, Ten-Wheeled; Canadian Pacific Railway, 71

Locomotives, Apparatus for Measuring the Oscillations of, 47

Locomotives (Fairlie System) for the Mexican Railway, 323

Locomotives in Great Britain, American, 363

Locomotives in Russia, Compound, 147, 208, 311

London, The Great Tower in, 542,736

London Sewage, 447, 571

Lough Erne Drainage, 461

Low-Pressure Air for Tramcars, 333, 354

Low Temperature Observations in Norway. 19 Lubricating Car Journals, Cost of, 65 Lubricator, Anderson’s, 367 Lyon’s Slide Valve, 589

McAlpine, Mr. W. J., 307

ShipS’Prame8’Davi8and

SImanne297°mPOSinS and JustifJ'inS- Thc Lager-Machine, Cup-Making, Faure’s, 142

\uk-!1C f?<r faster Moulds, Faure’s, 142 Machine, Mortising, Sagar’s Heavy, 207

Machine for Moulding Globular Objects, Faure’s,

Machine, Oil Testing, 321, 375

Machine, Planing, Richardson’s Small, 620 Machine, Planing, Sellers’, 326

Ma chine, Sawing, Hill’s Cold Steel, 339

Machine Screw, 416

\rn«k-ne’ SJ?ia?!<.s’8 Planin& for Armour Plates, 355

  • lachine, Slotting, Shanks’s Heavy, 411 Machinery Accidents, Safeguarding against, 63 MnSlnery’ The Ratin£ of, 122, 483, 513, 514, 630, 652 ’

Machinery on Steamers, Combined Steam and Hydraulic, 434, 491

Machines, Flying, Experiments on, 687

Machines, Paper, 35

Machines, Porcelain Moulding, Faure’s, 83 Maclaine’s Internal Feed-Water Heater and Cir-culator, 715

Madrid. The International Industrial Conference at, 62d

Magazine Rifle, The New, 146, 552

Magnet, The Diurnal Variations of the, at Kew, i 18

Magnetic Work, Recent, 523

Magnetism ^r0n’ Effeot of Temperature on the, Magnetism, Permanent Theory of, 524

Ma^’ietite> Crystalline, in the Port Henry Mines, ovZ

Manchester Ship Canal, The, 497, 640 682 Manoeuvres, The Naval, 286, 390, 397* Manufacture °* Porce^ain *n France, 56, 83, 142,

Manufacture of Steel, The, 617

Marine Boilers, 433, 457

Marine Boilers, Double-Shell, 24

Marine Engine Governors, 74

Marine Engine Trials, 555, 577, 605, 632

^arineEnginccring anc* Shipbuilding in 1889,10, 72, 83

Marine Engines for Tug-Boats, Triple-Expansion, 388 ’

“Mariposa,” s.s., Triple-Expansion Engines of UliVj iuo

Maritime Conference, The Washington, 396, 406,

| Materials of Construction for the Masonry Piers of the Forth Bridge, 227

Measures and Weights, Standard, 362

I Mechanical^ Engineers, The American Society On a Table of the Properties of Steam—Their Lse in Study of Steam-Engine Experiments, by Mr. V. Dwelshauvers-Dery, 41

On the Theory and Design of Chimneys. byProfessor H. B. Gale, 41 J y

On the Philosophy of the Multi-Cylinder, or Compound, Engine, its Theory and its Limi-tations, by Professor R. H. Thurston, 41

On the Flow of Steam through Orifices, by Messrs. C. H. Peabody and L. H. Kuhnhardt,

On the Errors of Different Types of Calorimeters, by Professor Peabody, 65

On the Cost of Lubricating Car Journals, by Mr. L. S. Randolph, 65

On Steam Pipes for Collieries, by Mr E F C Davis, 80

On Rolling Steel Rails, by Mr. D. K. Nicholson 80

On Methods of Reducing Fire Loss, by Mr. C J. H. Woodbury, 81

0n*Recording Pressure Gauge, by Mr. W. H. Bristol, 123 J

On a General Solution of the Transmission of J orce in a Steam Engine, by Professor D S Jacobus, 123

On Street Railway Car Gear for Moderate Speeds, by Mr. J. S. MacFarren, 124

On the Comparison of Indicators, by Professor J. Burkitt Webb, 124

On the Influence of Steam Jackets on the Pawtucket Pumping Engine, by Professor J. E. Denton, 124

On How to Use Steam Expansively in Direct-Acting Pumps, by Mr. J. F. Holloway, 133

On the Cost of Steam and Water Power bv Mr. C. T. Main, 133 ’

On the Performance of a Double-Screw Ferry Boat, by Professor J. E. Denton, 133, 192

Singer Sewing Machine Works, The, 134

Mechanical Engineers, The Institution of : 122 555 ’

Address by the President, Mr. Joseph Tomlinson, 575

On the Rating of Machinery, by Mr. Benjamin

A. Dobson, 122

On the Compounding of Locomotives Burning Petroleum Refuse in Russia, by Mr. Thomas Urquhart, 147, 208, 311

On the Burning of Colonial Coal in the Locomotives of the Cape Government Railways by Mr. Michael Stephens, 148 ’

On the Mechanical Appliances Employed in the Manufacture and Storage of Oxygen bv Mr. Kenneth S. Murray, 149 y

On Marine Engine Trials, by Professor Kennedy.

555,577, 605, 632

Research Committees, The, 122

Medal, The Bessemer, 569

Memorial to the Late James Prescott Joule Proposed, 121

Memorial to James Watt, Proposed National, 94 Merchandise Marks, The International Protection of, 567

Mersey Bar and Sand Pumping, Dredging 451

Mersey Dock Estate, Dredging in the, 639, 669

1 Metallurgical Industry, Belgian, 736

Meteorological Society, The Royal : 57. 202 870, 479, 630, 737

Exhibition, 363, 393, 419

On Atmospheric Dust, by Dr. Marcet, 57

On the Motion of Dust, as Illustrative of the Circulation of the Atmosphere, and of the Development of Certain Cloud Forms, by the Hon. Ralph Abercromby, 202

On Cloud Nomenclature, by Captain D. Wilson-Barker, 203

On an Optical Feature of the Lightning Flash, by E. S. Bruce, 203

On Photography in Relation to Meteorological Work, by Mr. G. M. Whipple, 370

On the Application of Photography to Meteorological Phenomena, by Mr. W. Marriott, 370

On the Cold Period at the Beginning of March, 1890, by Mr. C. Harding, 479

On the Whirlwind which occurred at Tulford, near York, March 8, 1890, by Mr. J. E. Clark, 479

On the Possibility of Forecasting the Weather by Means of Monthly Averages, by Mr. A. E. Watson, 479

On ^Rainfall of the Globe, by Mr. W. B. Tripp,

On the Mutual Influence of Two Pressure Plates upon each other, and Comparison of the Pressures upon Small and Large Plates, by Mr. W. H. Dines, 631

On the Variations of Pressure caused by the Wind Blowing across the Mouth of a Tube, by Mr. W. H. Dines, 631

On the Difference Produced in the Mean Temperature Derived from Daily Maximum and Minimum Readings, as Depending on the Time at which the Thermometers are read, by Mr. W. Ellis, 737

On the Distribution of Barometric Pressure at the Average Level of the Hill Station in India, and its probable Effect on the Rainfall of the Cold Weather, by Mr. W. L. Dallas, 737

On the Relative Prevalence of Different Winds at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, 1841 to 1889, by Mr. W. Ellis, 737

On some Recent Variations of Wind at Greenwich, by Mr. A. B. MacDowall, 737

On the Action of Lightning during the Thunderstorms of June 6 and 7, 1889, at Cran-leigh, by Captain J. P. Maclear, R.N., 737 Micrometer, Starrett’s Speeded Screw, 153 Military Exhibition, The, 598 Mill Floors, American, 19

Mill, Ore Crushing, The Lamberton, 442

Mills, Designing and Construction, 176

Mills, Grist, at Plymouth Show, 747

Mine Ventilation, 378

Miners’ Electric Lamp, Bristol’s, 299

Miners’ Wages and the Price of Coal, 359

Mines, Electricity in, 362

Mining Company, The Huanchaca, Bolivia, 345 Mining Engineers, The American Institute of : 362, 373

Excursions, 475

On Standard Weights and Measures, by Mr. T.

C. Mindenhall, 362

On Crystalline Magnetite in the Port Henry ■ Mines, by Mr. John Birkentine, 362

On Electricity in Mines, by Mr. J. A. Pocock, 362

On the Properties of Aluminium, by Messrs. A. E. Hunt, Jno. W. Langley, and Chas. M. Hall, 373, 472

Mining Engineers, The Federated Institute of, 88 Mining Industries, 81

Miscellanea, 20, 46, 61, 97, 125, 152, 165, 206, 288, 310, 338, 366, 383, 424, 454, 487, 517, 548, 565, 589, 623, 658, 686, 714, 738, 764

Model Illustrating Principle of the Forth Bridge, Living, 218

Models, Lifeboat, Experiments with, 466, 518 Modern French Artillery (See Artillery, Modern

French)

“Mogul” Type Compound Passenger Locomotive, 138

Morgan’s Automatic Electric Signalling System, 590

Mortising Machine, Sagar’s Heavy, 207

“ Mosquito,” Shallow Draught Gunboat, for the River Zambesi, 588

Moulding Machines for Porcelain, Faure’s, 83,142 Mountain and Field Guns at the Forges et Chantiers Gun Factory, 667, 695, 722

Music, The Physical Basis of, 661

Narrative of the Naval Manoeuvres, The, 286 Nasmyth, Mr. James, 569

National Electric Light Association, 711

Naval Administration, 417

Naval Architects, The Institution of : 390,405, 433, 466

On Recent Naval Manoeuvres, by Mr. W. H. White, F.R.S., Director of Naval Construction, Vice-President, 390, 397

On the Washington Maritime Conference, by Rear-Admiral P. H. Colomb, R.N., Associate Member of the Council, 396, 406, 427

On the Strength of Ships, with Special Reference to Distribution of Shearing Stress over Transverse Section, by Professor P. Jenkins, 407, 458

On Steatite for Anti-Corrosive Paint, by Mr. Frank C. Goodall, 410

On the Distribution of Evaporation in a Marine Boiler, by Mr. C. E. Stromeyer, 433, 457

On the Application of a System of Combined Steam and Hydraulic Machinery to the Loading, Discharging, and Steering of Steamships, by Mr. A. B. Brown, 434, 491

On a Revolving Engine as Applied on Shipboard, by Mr. A. Rigg, 435

On Leak Stopping in Steel Ships, by Captain

C. C. Penrose Fitzgerald, R.N., 436

On the Variation of Stresses on Vessels at Sea due to Wave Motion, by Mr. T. C. Read, 437

On the Spontaneous Ignition of Coal Cargoes, by Professor Vivian Lewis, 438

On Experiments with Lifeboat Models, by Mr.

J. Corbett, 466, 518

On Various Theories of the Screw Propeller, by Mr. James Howden, 466, 517

Presidential Address, 390

Naval Engineer Officers, 304

Naval Manoeuvres, The, 286, 390,397

Naval Station, Russia’s New, 176

N «?“’ Atlantic- The Recent Progress of, i OO) /d7

Navy at the Academy Banquet, The, 568

ftavy Contracts, 360

Navy Estimates, The, 332, 361

Navy The French, 648, 703, 739

NewSouth Wale8’ Looomotive Building in, 485,

New York, Cable Conduits in, 655

New Zealand Railways, 307

Night Traffic on the Suez Canal, 120

“Normannia,” The New Hamburg-American Liner, 112

North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, The, 334

North, Notes from the, 6, 36, 60, 88,116,143 177 196, 288, 309, 337, 352, 382, 414, 453, 486^ 504^ 547, 564, 601, 622, 656, 676, 705, 726, 755

North River Bridge, The ; New York, 562

North-Western India, Engineering Notes from, 21, 36, 57, 100, 179, 455, 490, 661, 674

Northwich Boiler Explosion, The, 201, 203

Norway, Low Temperature Observations, 19 Notes ;

Accident on Board the “ Barracouta,” The 176 ’

Allen, Mr. Horatio, 124

Aluminium, 545

American Locomotives in Great Britain, 363

American Mill Floors, 19

Baku again Drying Up, 655

Belgian Metallurgical Industry, 726

Bethlehem Iron Company, The, 19

Burns, Sir George, 682

Cable Conduits in New York, 655

Cable Haulage on Canals, 19

Cantor Lectures, The, 175

Cement Industry in Scandinavia, 514

Central London Railway, The, 44

“ City of Paris” Salvage Case, The, 712

Clark’s Deflective Turret, 682

Cockerill Company, The John, 516

Collison at Carlisle, The, 485

Conditions of American Naval Contracts. The.

66

Discharge over a Weir, 94

Discovery of Coal near Dover, The, 335

Disposal of London Sewage, The, 571

Edinburgh Cable Tramways, 202

Electric Chronograph, A New, 736

Electric Launches at the Edinburgh Exhibition, 630

Electric Lighting of Ships, 19

Electrical Range Finder, An, 363

Electricity in Tanning, 599

Electro-Magnet, The, 124

Electro-Pneumatic Signal, An, 655

Exhibition at Edinburgh, The Electrical, 150 Exhibition in London, An International,736 Exhibition of the Royal Meteorological Society,

The, 363

Exhibition at Stockholm during 1892, Industrial, 176

Fibre Industry in the Bahamas, The, 124

Foam, 712

Forth Bridge, The, 334

Free Harbour at Copenhagen, A, 451

Future of the Shipping Trade, The, 711

Gilbert Club, The, 761

Graving Dock for Glasgow, A New, 19-

Harbour at Cuxhaven, New, 202

Harbour Works, Jersey, 485

Hudson River Tunnel, The, 150

Indian Frontier Railway, 150

Indicator Driving Gear, 420

Inglis, Mr. William, 514

Institute of Consulting Engineers, The, 335

Lead Tempering of Steel, 654

Lineff Electric Tramway, The, 761

Locomotive Building in New South Wales, 485

Low Temperature Observations in Norway, 19

McAlpine, Mr. W. J., 307

Magnetism of Iron, The Effect of Temperature on the, 544

Memorial to James Watt, Proposed National, 94

New Zealand Railways, 307

North-East Coast Institution of Engineersand Shipbuilders, 334

Oil Discoveries in India, 599

Poetsch Process of Sinking Foundations, 681

Prizes for Railway Improvements, 762

Rating of Machinery, The, 514, 630

Refrigerating Apparatus without Machinery, Dry Air, 761

Reorganising the Transcaspian Railway, 599

Repairing a Bridge, 681

Richmond Main Damage Works, The, 420

Royal Institution Lectures, 202

Russia’s New Naval Station, 176

Sand Pumping, Dredging, and the Mersey Bar, 451

Science at the Royal Institution, 44

Scientific Awards, 66

Shipbuilding in Germany, 514

Ships’ Compasses, The Effect of a Pig-Iron

Cargo on, 451

Siberian Railway, The, 202

Smoke-Preventing Appliances, 485

Smokeless Powder, The Tactical Importance of, 176

Smyth, Sir Warrington, 761

South Australian Railways, 515

Steam Loop, The, 712

N otes — continued.

Steam Shipping Enterprise, 20, 66

Stepped Platform Railway, A, 307

Students of the Institution of Civil Engineers,

The, 571

Sturgeon, William, 94

Submarine Telegraph Enterprise, 514

Swedish Hydrographic Expedition, A, 654

Testing the Forth Bridge, 94

Testing the Links of the Kiew Bridge, 736

Torpedo Boat “ Cushing,” The, 420

Trials of Elswick and Krupp Guns, 44

Tubular Lock Syndicate, The, 630

Tyne, The, 654

United States Exhibition, The, 334

Vieille Montagne, The, 681

Visit of the Iron and Steel Institute to America, 544

Water-Tube Boilers, 43

Wynne’s Electiic Tramway System, 307

Notes from Cleveland, 7, 45, 60, 80, 117, 143,178, 197, 288, 309, 329, 353, 382, 414, 453, 486, 505, 547, 565, 602, 619, 657, 677, 714, 727, 754

Notes, Foreign and Colonial, 338, 354, 657, 678 Notes, Industrial, 21, 47, 72, 99,127,153,179, 207, 284, 314, 339, 349, 394, 425, 456, 489, 501, 549, 563, 592, 620, 660, 687, 712, 742, 765

Notes from the North, 6, 36, 60, 88, 116, 143, 177, 196, 288, 309, 337, 352, 382, 414, 453, 486, 504, 547, 564, 601, 622,'656, 676, 705, 726, 755

Notes from North-Western India, Engineering, 21, 36, 57, 100, 179, 455, 490, 661, 674

Notes from the South-West, 22, 37, 61, 88, 128,

142, 177, 196, 287, 310, 336, 370, 383, 411, 454, 487, 505, 547, 573, 602, 622, 657, 676, 704, 727, 768

Notes from South Yorkshire, 7, 37, 60, 89, 117,

143, 178, 197, 287, 309, 337, 353, 382, 411, 453, 486, 505, 547, 564,602, 623, 657, 677, 705, 731, 755

Notes from the United States, 21, 48, 57, 85, 128, 140, 177, 193, 299, 339, 355, 426, 457, 485, 549, 574, 592, 655, 675, 704, 739, 762

Obituary :

Adamson, Mr. Daniel, 66

Allen, Mr. Horatio, 124

Banderali, M. D., 441

Brebner, Mr. Alan, 335

Burns, Sir George, 682

Cassels, Mr. Robert, 178

Clark, Mr. George W., 676

Clarke, Mr. John, 197

Ericsson, Mr. John, 354

Fletcher, Mr. Edward, 11

Gray, Mr. Thomas, C.B., 370

Inglis, Mr. William, 514

Leslie, Mr. James, 11,

McAlpine, Mr. W. J., 307

Nasmyth, Mr. James, 569

Neilson, Mr. Hugh, 676

Perry, The Rev. S. J., 34

Rollo, Mr. David, 673

Smyth, Sir Warrington, 761

Standfield, Mr. John, M.I.C.E., 307

Stewart, Mr. James, 60, 118

Symington, Mr. Hugh, 676

Walker, Mr. T. A., 676

Observatory, Cape of Good Hope, Heliometer at the, 2, 29

Officers, Naval Engineer, 304

Official Shipbuilding Statistics for the United

Kingdom, 652

Oil Discoveries in India, 599

Oil-Testing Machine, 321, 375

Oldham, Wickham Skeith, and Halesowen,

Boiler Explosions at, 421

Opening of the Forth Bridge, The, 303

Oporto, The Water Works of, 162

Ordnance, French, Cost Price of, 53

Ordnance, French, The Present Condition of, 293

Ordnance Steel, 77

Ore Crushing Mill, The Lamberton, 442

Oscillating Electric Spark, The, 607

Oscillations of Locomotives, Apparatus for Measuring the, 47

Osmotic Pressure, The Theory of, 336

Ovens, Coke, The Bauer, 728

Overhead Travelling Crane, Five-Ton, 534

Oxygen Cylinders, Testing, 455

Oxygen, The Extraction of, 149

Paint, Anti-Corrosive, Steatite for, 410

Painting of the Forth Bridge, 273

Paper Machines, 35, 69

Parallel Motion Suitable for Recording Instruments, A, 283

Paris Exhibition (See Exhibition, Paris)

Passenger Elevator at Stockholm, 32

Passenger Locomotive ; Great North of Scotland Railway, 619

Passenger Locomotive; Western Railway of France, 674, 702

Patent Record, The, 25, 49, 75, 103, 131, 155, 183, 211, 315, 343, 371, 401, 429, 463, 495, 525, 551, 579, 609, 635, 665, 691, 719, 743, 769

Patents, Interdependence of, 541

Penny Post, The Jubilee of the, 629

Permanent Magnetism, A Theory of, 524

Permanent Way of the Forth Bridge, The, 273

Perry, The Rev. S. J., 34

Petroleum Engine, Knight’s, 737

Petroleum Engine Trials, 748

Petroleum Fuel, Torpedo Boat with, 32

Petroleum, Locomotives Burning, 137, 208, 311

Phosphorus in Basic Steel, 618, 738

Photographs of Rapidly-Moving Objects, 607

Physical Properties of Iron and Steel, Effect of

Temperature upon the, 581

Physical Society, The: 164

On Electric Splashes, by Dr. S. P. Thompson, 101

On Galvanometers, by Professor W. E. Ayrton, F.R.S., Mr. T. Mather, and Dr. W. E. Sumpner, D,Sc., 101,164

On a Carbon Deposit in a Blake Telephone Transmitter, by Mr. F. B. Hawes, 283

On the Geometrical Construction of Direct

Physical Society, The—continued.

Reading Scales for Reflecting Galvanometers, by Mr. A. P. Trotter, 283

On a Parallel Motion Suitable for Recording Instruments, by Mr. A. P. Trotter, 283

On an Apparatus for Distilling Mercury in a Vacuum, by Professor Dunstan, 336

On the Theory of Osmotic Pressure and its Bearing on the Nature of Solution, by Professor S. U. Pickering, 336

On Bertrand’s Refractometer, by Dr. S. P. Thompson, 336

On the Villari Critical Points in Nickel and Iron, by Mr. Herbert Tomlinson, F.R.S., 427

On Bertrand’s Idiocyclophanous Prism, by Professor S. P. Thompson, D.Sc., 427

On the Shape of Movable Coils used in Electrical Measuring Instruments, by Mr. T. Mather, 427

On Some Recent Magnetic Work, by Professor Rtlcker, 523

On a Theory of Permanent Magnetism, by M. Osmond, 524

On the Distribution of Flow in a Strained Elastic Solid, by Mr. C. A. Carus-Wilson, 607

On Photographs of Rapidly-Moving Objects, by Mr. C. V. Bovs, 607

On the Oscillating Electric Spark, by Mr. C.

V. Boys, 607

On Huyghen’s Gearing in Illustration of Electric Induction, by Lord Rayleigh, 661

On Dr. Koenig’s Researches on the Physical Basis of Music, by Dr. S. P. Thompson, 661

On the Effect of Change of Temperature on the Villari Critical Points of Iron, by Mr. H. Tomlinson,F.R.S., 718

On the Diurnal Variations of the Magnet at Kew, by Messrs. W. G. Robson and S. W. J. Smith, 718

Piece-Work v. Time-Work, 145

Piers, Fife South Circular ; Forth Bridge, 230

Piers, Inchgarvie North Circular; Forth Bridge, 230

Piers, South Approach Viaduct; Forth Bridge, 231

Pig-Iron Cargo, The Effect of a, on Ships’ Compasses, 451

Pig Iron, The Gamble in, 173,626

Pipes for Collieries, Steam, 80

Piston Rings, Lockwood’s Flangeless, 443

Planing Machine for Armour Plates, Shanks’s, 355

Planing Machine, Richardson’s Small, 620

Planing Machine, Sellers’, 326

Plaster Moulds, Faure’s Machine for Making, 142 Plate-Bending Rolls, Shanks’s, 531

Poetsch Process of Sinking Foundations, The, 681 Porcelain Manufacture in France, 56, 83, 142, 194 Portable Forge and Blower, Thwaites*, 153

Portable Hoisting Engine, Ransome, Sims, and Jefferies’, 34

Potter’s Lathe with Variable Speed, Faure’s, 142 Powder, Smokeless, 146

Power in the Steam Engine, Transmission of, 123

Powers, Cost of Steam and Water, 133

Precipitation Works, Sewage, 64

Preliminary Tests of the Forth Bridge, 276

Presidential Address to the Institution of Naval

Architects, 390

Pressure Gauges, Recording, 123

Pressure, Osmotic, 336

Pressures, Wind, 333, 759

Price of Coal and Miners’ Wages, The, 359

Prizes for Railway Improvements, 762

Process for Castings, The Rollet, 603, 619

Process, The Robert-Bessemer, 585

Profit Sharing in Business, 13

Progress of Atlantic Navigation, The Recent, 733,

. 757

Projectiles for French Guns, 52

Projectors, Electric, 92

Propeller, The Screw, 466, 607

Properties of Aluminium, The, 373, 472, 545, 615

Properties of Steam, The, 41

Propulsion, Electric Tramcar, 758

Propulsion, Steamship, The Laws of, 696

Protection of Merchandise Marks, The International, 567

Prudential Assurance Company’s Offices, Electric Lighting of the, 163

Pump and Filter Press for Porcelain Clay, Faure’s, 56

Pumping Engines at Loch Lomond for Vale of Leven Water Supply, 647

Pumps, Direct-Acting Steam, 133

Punjaub Rivers, Bridging Alluvial, 389

Purifier and Feed Water Heater, Sherwin’s, 127

Quadruple-Expansion Land Engines, Rankin’s Disconnective, 36

Queensferry (See Forth Bridge)

Railroad, The Lake Erie, 172

Rails, Rolling Steel, 80

Railway Amalgamation Schemes, The Scotch, 598

Railway Brakes in India, 511

Railway Bridges, 308

Railway, The Central London, 44

Railway Company, The Forth Bridge, 275

Railway Competition, 285

Railway Connections to the Forth Bridge, The, 274

Railway Court at the Edinburgh Exhibition, The, 735

Railway, The Glasgow Central, 653

Railway Improvements, Prizes for, 762

Railway, The Siberian, 202

Railway Steamers, The Great Western, 645, 700

Railway, A Stepped Platform, 307

Railway Traffic and Railway Rates, 39

Railway Turntables, Whitaker’s Gearing for Extension Rails of, 411

Railways, Indian Frontier, 150

Railways in Japan, 361

Railways, Local, Rolling Stock for, 425

Railways, New Zealand, 307

Railways, South Australian, 515

Raising the Approach Viaduct Girders and Underbuilding of the Piers of the Forth Bridge, 244

RankfrX” DlscoAn'nSve1 Quadruple - Expansion RaLnsol?& and Jefferies’ Portable Hoisting Ra®nof’ Machinery, The, 122, 483, 513, 514, 630, RSr<315h3e43"t37ni%201,

I79’, 6Sl: 665; 691: 719, 743, 769

Steam

Reducing Fire Loss, Methods of, 81

Reducing Valve, Reid s Steam, 127

Registering the Oscillations of Locomotives, Apparatus for, 47

Reid’s Steam Reducing Valve, 127

Reminiscences of the Life of G. A. Hirn, 12'0, Reorganising the Transcaspian Railway, o99

Keiesrch’comiJtUe’s ol the Institution ol ile-£S.S‘S£ A. E,p.d»«.M

Study of, 663, 689, 715

Revolving Engine, Rigg s, 435

Richards’ Anglo-American Lathe 588

Richards’ Heavy Crankshaft Lathe 501

Richardson’s Small Planing Machine, 6

Richmond Main Drainage Works, The, 420

Rifle, The New Magazine, 146, 552

Rifling Machine for French Guns, 28,

Rigg’s Revolving Engine, 435

River Hudson, Bridging The, 287

Rivers, Bridging Indian, 119, 389

Rivers, Punjaub, Bridging Alluvial, 389

Rivetter, Schonbach’s Hydraulic, 534

Rivetting on the Forth Bridge, 2<1

Road Locomotive, Burrell s Spring-Mounted, 739

Road Roller and Txaction Engine, Mallis and Steevens’ Combined, 754

Robert-Bessemer Process, The, 585

Rollet Process for Castings, The, 603, 619

Rolling Mill Engines for the Steel Company

Scotland, Coupled Reversing, 754

Rolling Steel Rails, 80

Rolling Stock for Local Railways, 425

Rolls, Shanks’s Plate Bending, 531

Royal Agricultural Society s Trials, The, /3±

Royal Institution Lectures, 202

Royal Institution, Science at the, 44

Royal Society Soiree, The, 599, 627

Russian Torpedo Boats, New, 655

Russia’s New Naval Station, 176

of

Safeguarding against Machinery Accidents, 63

Sagar’s Heavy Mortising Machine, 207

St. Chamond Works, 320, 347, 378

Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Harbour Works near, 317

Salvage Case, The “ City of Paris,” 712

Sand Pumping, Dredging, and the Mersey Bar, 451

Sandhurst ; Victorian Goldfields, 15, 53,105, 160, 188, 289 ,

Sawing Machine, Hill’s Cold Steel, 339

Scandinavia, The Cement Industry in, 514

Schenectady Compound Locomotive for the

Michigan Central Railroad, 413, 550

Schonbach’s Hydraulic Rivetter, 534

Science at the Royal Institution, 44

I Scientific Awards, 66

Scotch Railway Amalgamation Schemes, The, 598

Scotch Ship Canal, The Proposed, 171

Scotland, Summer Trains to, 680

Screw Machine, 416

Screw Propeller, The, 466, 607

Screw Tug “ Kathleen,” The, 114

Secondary and Technical Education, 200

Self-Lighter, The “ Wells Light,” 98

Sellers’ Planing Machine, 326

Semi-Portable Hauling Engines, Wild’s, 441

Sewage, The Filtration of, 94

Sewage, London, 447

Sewage Precipitation Works, 64

Sewing Machine Works, The Singer, 134

Shallow-Draught Gunboat for the River Zambesi, 588

Shallow-Draught Steam Tug, 549

Shanks’s Heavy Slotting Machine, 411

Shanks’s Planing Machine for Armour-Plates, 355

Shanks’s Plate-Bending Rolls, 531

Sharing Profit in Business, 13

Sheet Zinc, The Tensile Strength of, 120

Sherwin’s Feed-Water Heater and Purifier, 127

Ship Canal, The Manchester, 497, 640, 682

Ship Canal, The Proposed Scotch, 171

Ship Lighting, Dynamo for, 70

Shipbuilding and Allied Industries, 111

Shipbuilding and Engineering Industries in

Scotland, 418

Shipbuilding in Germany, 514

Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering in 1889, 10, 72, 83

Shipbuilding Statistics for the United Kingdom, Official, 652

Shipbuilding Trade, Condition of the, 449

Shipping Bounties, The French, 544

Shipping Enterprise, Steam, 20, 66

Shipping Trade, The Future of the, 711

Ships, Coal, Spontaneous Combustion in, 438

Ships’ Compasses, The Effect of a Pig-Iron Cargo on, 451

Ships, Electric Lighting of, 19

Ships’ Frames, Bevelling Machine for, 646

Ships, Steel, Leak Stopping in, 436

Ships, The Strength of, 407, 458

Siberian Railway, The, 202

Siege and Garrison Guns, 751

Siemens Furnace, A New Form of, 570

Signal, An Electric Pneumatic, 655 .

Signalling System, Morgan’s Automatic Electric, 590

Singer Sewing Machine 'Works, The, 134

Sinking the Caissons for the Forth Bridge, 239

Sinking Foundations, The Poetsch Process of, 681

Site of the Forth Bridge and Profile on Centre Line, Surrounding Country, 219

Slide Valve, Lyon’s, 589

Slotting Machine, Shanks’s Heavy, 411

Smithsonian Institution, Heliostat for the, Washington, 592

Smoke-Preventing Appliances, 485

Smokeless Powder, 146

Smokeless Powder, The Tactical Importance of, 176

Smyth, Sir Warrington, 761

Society of Engineers, The, 154

Society, The Ironfounders’, 199

Society, The Royal Meteorological, 57, 202, 370, 479, 630, 737 (See also Meteorological Society)

Society, The Steam Engine Makers’, 708

Soiree of the Royal Society, The, 599, 627

South Australian Railways, 515

South-East England, The Weather of, in 1889, 93

South-West, Notes from the, 22, 37, 61, 88, 128,

142, 177, 196, 287, 310, 336, 370, 383, 411, 454, 487, 505, 547, 573, 602, 622, 657, 676, 704, 727, 768

South Yorkshire, Notes from, 7, 37, 60, 89, 117,

143, 178, 197, 287, 309, 337, 353, 382, 411, 453, 486, 505, 547, 564, 602, 623, 657, 677, 705, 731, 755

Spade, Arrol’s Hydraulic, 240

Speeded Screw Micrometer, Starrett’s, 153

Spontaneous Combustion in Coal Ships, 438

Spring Mounted Road Locomotive, Burrell’s, 739

Staff Apparatus, Webb and Thompson’s, 562

Stamped Steel Axle-Boxes, 741

Stamping and Welding, Electric, 523

Standard of Efficiency for Steam Engines, The, 292

Standard Weights and Measures, 362

Standfield, Mr. John, M.I.C.E., 307

Starrett’s Speed Screw Micrometer, 153

Statistics, Official Shipbuilding, for the United Kingdom, 652

Steam Engine Makers’Society, The, 708

Steam Engine, Transmission of Power in the, 123

Steam Engines, The Efficiency of, 201, 292

Steam, The Flow of, through Orifices, 64

Steam and Hydraulic Machinery on Steamers, Combined, 434, 491

Steam Jackets, 124

Steam Loop, The, 712

Steam Pipes for Collieries, 80

Steam, The Properties of, 41

Steam Pumps, Direct-Acting, 133

Steam Reducing Valve, Reid’s, 127

Steam Shipping Enterprise, 20, 66

Steam Tug, Shallow Draught, 549

Steam Valve, Straightway, 765

Steam and Water Powers, Cost of, 133

Steamers, The Great Western Railway, 645, 7C0

Steamship “ Mariposa,”Triple-Expansion Engines of the, 753

Steamship Propulsion, The Laws of, 696

Steamships “Glenartney” and “ Norse King,” Triple-Expansion Engines for the, 531

Steatite for Anti-Corrosive Paint, 410

Steel Alloys, 85

Steel, Aluminium in, 615, 767

Steel, Basic, Phosphorus in, 618

Steel, Effect of Temperature upon, 581

Steel for the Forth Bridge, The, 247

Steel and Iron Industries in 1889, The, 709

Steel, The Manufacture of, 617

Steel Ordnance, 77

Steel Rails, Rolling, 80

Steel Tempering by Lead, 654

Stepped Platform Railway, A, 307

Stern-Wheel Gunboats, 588

Stockholm, Industrial Exhibition at, during 1S92, 176

Stockholm, Passenger Elevator at, 32

Stopping Leaks in Steel Ships, 436

Stove’s Diving Dress, 396

Straightway Steam Valve, 765

Strength of Sheet Zinc, The Tensile, 120

Strength of Ships, The, 407, 458

Stresses on Vessels at Sea, 437

Strong Locomotive Manufacturing Company’s Works, The, 688

Students of the Institution of Civil Engineers.

The, 571

Sturgeon, William, 94

Submarine Telegraph Enterprise, 514

Subway, The City and Southwark, 306

Suez Canal, Night Traffic on the, 120

Sulzer’s Triple-Expansion Horizontal Engine, 411 Summer Trains to Scotland, 680

“ Sunderland,” Torpedo Boat, with Petroleum Fuel, 32

Surfacing and Boring Lathes, Lang’s, 296

Sweden, The Wood Pulp Industry in, 448

Swedish Hydrographic Expedition, A, 654

Syndicate, The Tubular Lock, 630

Tactical Importance of Smokeless Powder, The 176

Tanning, Electricity in, 599

Taylor’s Tube Expander, 575

Technical and Secondary Education, 91, 200

Telegraph Enterprise, Submarine, 514

Temperature, Climatological, 173

Temperature, Effect of, on the Magnetism of Iron, 544

Temperature, Effect of, upon the Physical Properties of Iron and Steel, 581

Tempering of Steel, Lead, 654

Temporary Work in Connection with the Erection of the Forth Bridge, 271

Ten-Wheeled Locomotive; Canadian Pacific Railway, 71

Tensile Strength of Sheet Zinc, The, 120

Testing the Forth Bridge, 94, 276

Testing the Links of the Kiew Bridge, 736

Testing Oxygen Cylinders, 455

Thermal Treatment on Iron, Effect of, 584, 662

Thermograph, Draper’s, 179

Thwaite’s Gas-Fired Boiler, 355

Thwaites’ Portable Forge and Blower, 153

Tidal Estuaries, Bars in, 151

Tides, Wind, Wind Pressures, and Gauges on the

Forth Bridge. Climate Generally, 219, 221

Time-Work v. Piece-Work, 145

Tornado, The Great American, of March 27, 1890, 513

Torpedo Boat “ Cushing,” The, 420

Torpedo Boat with Petroleum Fuel, 32

Torpedo Boats, New Russian, 655

Tower in London, The Great, 542, 736

Traction Engine and Road Roller, Wallis and Steevens’ Combined, 754

Trade in 1889, Clyde Export, 98

Trade, Shipbuilding, Condition of the, 449

Tradeston Works; The Glasgow Corporation Gas Works, 56, 86, 140

Traffic, Railway, and Railway Rates, 39

Traffic on the Suez Canal, Night, 120

Train, Ambulance ; Western Railway of France, 560

Trains to Scotland, Summer, 680

Tramcar, Compre&sed Air; Hughes and Lancaster System, 333, 354

Tramcar Gear, 124

Tramcar Propulsion, Electric, 758

Tramcars, Low-Pressure Air for, 333, 354

Tramway, Lineff Electric, 761

Tramway, The Waller-Manville Electric, 574

Tramway, Wynne’s Electric, 307

Transcaspian Railway, Reorganising the, 599

“ Transfer,” The Ferry Boat; Canada Southern Railroad Company, 349

Transmission of Power in the Steam Engine, 123

Transport and Distribution of Material for the Forth Bridge, 226

Transportation Facilities, The United States and Canadian, 651

Travelling Crane, Five-Ton Overhead, 534

Trial Trips and Launches, 20, 69, 98, 126, 152, 165, 283, 301, 336, 357, 415, 442, 524, 578, 668, 631, 656, 677, 701, 731, 768

Trials of Elswick and Krupp Guns, 44

Trials, Engine, at Plymouth, 745

Trials, Marine Engine, 555, 577, 605, 632

Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, 734, 745 “ Triomphante,” The French Ironclad, 648 Triple-Expansion Engines, Farcot’s, 296

Triple-Expansion Engines for the s.s. “Glenart-ney” and “ Norse King,” 531

Triple-Expansion Enginesofthe s.s. “Mariposa,” 753

Triple-Expansion Horizontal Engine, Sulzer’s, 411

Triple-Expansion Marine Engines for Tug-Boats, 388

Tube Expander, Taylor’s, 575

Tubular Lock Syndicate, The, 630

Tug “ Kathleen,” The Screw, 114

Tug, Shallow Draught Steam, 549

Tunnel, The Hudson River, 150

Tunnel under the River Clyde at Glasgow, 70 “ Turenne,” The French Barbette Cruiser, 739 Turret, Clark’s Deflective, 682

Turret Head Chucking Lathe, Eddy’s, 21

Tyne, The, 654

Unarmoured Cruiser “ Forbin,” The French, 703

United States and Canadian Transportation Facilities, The, 651

United States, The Coast Defences of the, 707

United States Exhibition of 1892, The, 305, 334, 527

United States, Notes from the, 21, 48, 57, 85, 128, 140, 177, 193, 299, 339, 355, 426, 457, 485, 549, 574, 592, 655, 675, 704, 739, 762

Use of Dangerous Boilers, The, 710

Vale of Leven Water Supply, Pumping Engines at Loch Lomond for, 647

Valve Gear, Farcot, Horizontal Engine with, 8

Valve Gear for Three Cylinder Engines, Wilson’s, 99

Valve, Lyon’s Slide, 589

Valve, Reid’s Steam Reducing, 127

Valve, Straightway Steam, 765

Ventilation, Mine, 378

Vessels at Sea, Stresses on, 437

Victorian Goldfields, 15, 53, 105, ICO, 188, 289 Vieille-Montagne, The, 681

Villari Critical Points in Nickel and Iron, The, 427, 581, 718

Visit of the Iron and Steel Institute to America, 544

Visitors to the Forth Bridge, The, 276

Wages, Miners’, and the Price of Coal, 359 Waller-Manville Electric Tramway, The, 574 Wallis and Steevens’ Combined Traction Engine and Road Roller, 754

Warner and Swasey’s Double-Headed Lathe for Finishing Cock Plugs, 659

Washing Plants, Diamond, Whitmore and Bin-yon’s, 506

Washington Maritime Conference, The, 396, 406, 427

Water on the Forth Bridge Works, 228

Water and Steam Powers, Cost of, 133

Water Supply, Vale of Leven, Pumping Engines at Loch Lomond for, 647

Water-Tight Bulkheads, 448

Water-Tube Boilers, 43

Water Works in China and Japan, 203

Water Works of Oporto, The, 162

Watkin Tower Competition, The, 512, 736

Watt, James, 101, 115

Watt, James, Proposed National Memorial to, 94 Weather, The, 15, 40, 93, 146, 306, 419, 568, 680 Weather of South-East England in 1889, The, 93 Weaving and Knitting without Weft, High Speed, 180

| Webb and Thompson’s Staff Apparatus, 562

Weight of the Forth Bridge, 275

Weights and Weasures, Standard, 362

Weir, Discharge over a, 94

Welding and Stamping, Electric, 523

“ Wells Light” Self-Lighter, The, 98

Whitaker’s Gearing for Extension Rails of Railway Turntables, 411

Whitmore and Binyon’s Diamond Washing Plants, 506

Wickham Skeith, Oldham, and Halesowen, Boiler Explosions at, 421

Wild’s Semi-Portable Hauling Engines, 441

Wilson’s Valve Gear for Three-Cylinder Engines, 99

Wind Pressures, 333, 759

Wind Stresses, Experiments on, 222

Wind, Wind Pressures, Tides, and Gauges on the Forth Bridge. Climate Generally, 219, 221

Wire Ropes, The Use of, on the Forth Bridge, 272

Wood Pulp Industry in Sweden, The, 448

Workmen on the Forth Bridge, The, 273

Works :

Bethlehem Iron Company’s, 19, 295

Gas Extension of the Glasgow Corporation, 56, 86, 140, 296

Harbour, Jersey, 485

Harbour, near Saltburn-by-the-Sea, 317

Richmond Main Drainage, The, 4 20

I St. Chamond, 320, 347, 378

Sewage Precipitation, 64

Singer Sewing Machine, The, 134

, Strong Locomotive Manufacturing Company’s, The, 688

Water, in China and Japan, 203

Water, of Oporto, 162

Workshops of the Forth Bridge, 249 Wynne’s Electric Tramway System, 307

Zinc, Sheet, The Tensile Strength of, 120

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