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Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1895 Jan-Jun: General Index.

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  • ACCELERATION Diagram, Piston and Connecting Rod, 587, 616, 711, 773. See also 499, 557
  • Accident, Chelford Railway, 262
  • Accident, Collision at Carlisle Citadel Station, 32
  • Accident, Collision at Perth, 831
  • Accident, Collision at St. Enoch's Station, Glasgow, 589
  • Accident, Collision on Taff Vale Railway, 680
  • Accident, Fatal Collision at Lurgan, 759
  • Accident, Fatal, at Wood Green, 649. See LETTERS, Railway Axles, Testing
  • Accident, Lenton South Junction Railway, 441
  • Accident, Lowmoor Railway, Collision, 323
  • Accident, Northallerton Railwaj 95, 155. See Larrgit
  • Accident (?), A Railway, 416
  • Accident, Railway, near Ballyhale, 846
  • Accident, Railway, at Binegar, 05. See LETTERs Locomotive Gabs
  • Accident, Railway, at Cannon-St., London, 294
  • Accident, Rear Collision at Wimborne, 323
  • Accident, Slight Collision at Doncaster, 712
  • Accident, Slight Collision at Hatfield, 780
  • Accident, Tunnel Collapse at Guildford, 712
  • Accident near Wishaw, Fatal Collision, 681
  • Accidents, Derailment near Marlborough, 771
  • Accidents, Nine Months' Railway, 86
  • Accidents, Railway, Board of Trade Reports, 80, 511
  • Acetylene, Illuminant and Gas Enricher, 88
  • Acoustical Experiments, 421
  • Acworth, Mr. W. M., on Working Light Railways, 809
  • "Advance" Boiler Tests, 424, 559
  • Aeronautics, 221, 320, 383
  • Agricultural Boiler Explosion, 555
  • Agriculture and Light Railways, 181, .313, 323; 81. See LErrsits, Light Railways
  • Agricultural Locomotive (J. and H. McLaren, Leeds), 828

Agricultural Show, Ronal (Darlington) :

  • Agricultural Locomotives (J. and H. McLaren, Leeds), 828
  • Boiler, Crozier, Stephens, and Co.'s, Newcastle, 28
  • Butter Worker and Moulder (Messrs. T. Bradford and Co.), 830
  • Dairy Machinery, 830
  • Firebar(Caddy and Co.), 831
  • Gas Engines, 827
  • Gibbon's Oil Engine, Portable (Britannia Company, Colchester), 828
  • Governor, Shaft, for Compound Steam Engine, 28
  • Hand Starter for Gas Engine (G. Stephenson and Co., Newcastle), 827
  • Harvesting Machinery, 830
  • Haymaking Machinery, 830
  • Hoists, Pickerings', Limited (Stockton-on-Tees), 830
  • Implements, Agricultural, 828
  • Locomotive, Agricultural (J. and H. McLaren; Leeds), 828
  • Milker, Cow (Thistle Company, Glasgow), 830
  • Oil Engines, 827
  • Oil Engine, Britannia Company's Portable, 828
  • Oil Engine, Crossley Brothers' Portable, 827
  • Oil Engine, Hornsby's, 827
  • Oil Engine, Howard's Portable, 827
  • Oil Engine, Root's, 826
  • Oil Engine, Tangyes, 827
  • Oil Engine, Wells', 827
  • Plough, Deep Cultivating and Aerating, Balance (Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies), 829
  • Potato Digger, Rotary (Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies), 829
  • Potato Raiser (Mr. W. J. Burgess, Lynn), 830
  • Potato Raiser (Messrs. Haslam and Maudsley, Liverpool), 830
  • Reliance Oil Engine (Carter Brothers, Billingshurst), 827
  • Root's Engine (Clarke's Crank and Forge Company, Limited, Lincoln), 826
  • Sifter, Pendulum Plane (Mr. Harrison Carter, Dunstable), 831
  • Steam Engines, 826
  • Stone-Breaker(Mr. H. R. Marsden), 831
  • Traction Engines, 828
  • Traction Engine, Mann and Charlesworth's, 27, 828
  • Traction Engines, Ruston and Proctor's, 828
  • Valve Gear, Marshall and Wigram's, 828
  • Weed Remover, 830
  • Whippletree (Blackstone and Co., Stamford), 31
  • "Ailsa " and the America Cup, 481
  • Air Compressor, Direct-Acting (Evans, Wolverhampton), 94
  • Air-Locks, Shields, &c., for Tunnelling, 166, 598. See 691, 757
  • Air Vessels for Rising Mains, 588
  • Albert Bridge, 433
  • Allegemeine Elektricitas Gesellschaft, Berlin, Electric Sugar Plant, 78
  • Alley and Maclellan Sentinel Oil Filter, 776
  • Alloys (Aluminium, &c.), 470, 498
  • Alloys of Copper and Tin, Pyrometric, &c., Examinations, 572, 742, 778, 811
  • Alloys Research, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 572, 742, 778, 811
  • " Alma," London and South-Western Railway Channel T.-S.S. (Thomson, Limited, Clydebank), 209, 275
  • Aluminium Iron-Alloys, 572, 742, 778, 81]
  • Aluminium Torpedo-Boat (Yarrow), 470, 498
  • "America," Engines of Early Cunarder, 175. See Limnos, Engines, Early
  • American. See also United Nates
  • American Bell Telephone Company, 549
  • American Labour Questions, 214
  • American Liner " St. Louis" (Cramp, Philadelphia), 766, 800, 835
  • American Patents, 802
  • American Society of Civil Engineers. See Civil Engineers
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers. See Mechanical Engineers
  • American Tramway Car Construction, 802
  • Ammonia Recovery Plant, Wishaw Iron Works, 27. See 535, 23, 755, 822
  • Ammunition. See Gun?
  • Ampere, A Neglected Experiment of, 575
  • Amsterdam Electric Lighting Station, 145
  • Analyser, A Simple Form of Harmonic, 339
  • Andrews on Corrosion of Iron and Steel, 182
  • Andrews on Effect of Temperature on Strength of Iron and Steel, 644
  • Annuals and Year-Books, 42
  • Antiseptics, Novel, 518. See Erratum, 511
  • Apparatus, Exhibition of Simple, 207
  • April Weather, 611
  • Arc Lamp Lighting, 478. See LwrrEas, Cost of Electric Energy
  • Arc Lamp, Wilbrant, 521
  • "Ardent," Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Thorny(croft), 485, 511
  • Armature, Reversible Regenerative and Short Air Space Dynamo, 315, 325. See Erratum, 43
  • Armour for Navy Ships, 352
  • Armoured Ships. See Warships
  • Armoured Turrets for Coast Defence, 369, 399, 462
  • Army and Public Works, 799
  • Arsenic in Steel, 629
  • Artillery. See Gunx
  • Aspinall's Electric Traveller at Victoria Station, Manchester, 841
  • Asquith, Halifax, Double-Geared Brake Lathe, 07
  • Atlantic Liner, St. Louis (Cramp, Philadelphia), 66, 800, 835
  • Atlantic Steamers, Early, 175. See LETTERS
  • Atlantic Steamship Passengers, 155
  • Australian Hardwood for Structural Purposes, 22, 288
  • Axle Bearings, Railway, Wood Green Accident, 49. See LErrErts
  • Axles, Strength of Railway Car, 203
  • Babcock and Wilcox Boiler Explosion at Fairfield Works, 681
  • Babcock and Wilcox Boiler with Schwoerer Superheater, 404
  • Babcock and Wilcox Boiler Tests, 559
  • Baggage Electric Traveller, Aspinall's, at Victoria Station, Manchester, 841
  • Bagnall and Co., W. G., Narrow-Gauge Locomotive, 741
  • Balance, Novel Chemical, 771
  • Balancing Locomotives, 72. See LETTERS
  • Ballasting Cars on the Great Western Railway, Rodgers', 838
  • Baltic Canal. See North Sea Canal
  • Bare Telephone Wires in the Ground, 380
  • Barnes Bridges of the London and South-Western Railway, 691
  • Barometric Changes and Rainfall, November, 894, 646
  • Barrow-in-Furness Shipbuilding, 62, 119
  • Basic Steel Production, Wishaw, 535. See 623
  • Battery Mounts, 336
  • Battersea Bridge, 516
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Battleships and Bilge Keels, 439, 417, 487, 769, 10. See Erratum, 492
  • Battleships, Cost of, 793
  • Bearing, Meneely Tubular (Siemens), 419. See 35. See LErrERs
  • Bearing Shaft, 439
  • Bearings, Railway, Wood Green Accident, 649. See LErriuts
  • Beddow's Ornamental Lathe Attachment (Britannia Company, Colchester), 255. See LErrERs
  • Belgian Iron Competition, 83
  • Belgian Railways, 723
  • Belleville Boilers of H. M. S. " Terrible " (Thomson, Limited, Clydebank), 822. See 664, 695, 725
  • Belt and Rope Transmission, Power Absorbed, 413
  • Bending Rolls, Plate (Rushworth, Sowerhy Bridge), 12
  • Benham, Mr. C., on Artificial Spectrum Top, 518
  • Berlin Exhibition, 1896, 350
  • Berlin-Vienna and Long-Distance Telephones, 27
  • Berth', M., on Rolling of Ships, 769, 810
  • Bicycle Hubs, Machinery for Turning (Garvin Company, New York), 46
  • Bicycle, Making of a (Coventry " Premier" Works), 361, 429. See LErms, Cycles
  • Bilge Keels for Battleships, 439, 447, 487, 769, 10. See Erratum, 492
  • Bill re Light Railways, 181, 313, 323, 581. See LETTRRS.
  • Binegar Railway Collision, 405. See LETTBRS, Locomotive Cabs
  • Blackfriars Bridge, 185, 673
  • Blackfriars Bridge (London, Chatham, and Dover Railway), 184
  • Blackpool Tower, 574, 660, 727, 786. See LErrns
  • Blackwall Tunnel, 1, 166, 206, 329, 396
  • Blast Furnaces and Ammonia Recovery Plant, Wishaw, 427. See 535, 623, 755, 822
  • Blow-off and Circulating Device, Boiler Safety, 47. Errata, 191
  • Board of Trade and Expert Committee, 545
  • Board of Trade Returns, Railway Accidents, 86, 80, 511
  • Boiler. See also Water-Tube
  • Boiler (Crozier, Stephens, and Co., Newcastle), 28
  • Boiler Explosion at Fairfield Works, 681
  • Boiler Explosion, Hoxton, 258
  • Boiler Explosion at Smethwiek, 707
  • Boiler Explosion near Stourbridge, 115
  • Boiler Explosion near Yeovil, 555
  • Boiler Explosions, 156
  • Boiler Explosions, Kitchen, 18, 213. See LETTERS
  • Boiler, Pompeiian, 67
  • Boiler Safety Blow-off and Circulating Device, 47. Errata, 191
  • Boiler Safety Valves, Domestic (Keith's), 776
  • Boiler Safety Valves, Fowler's (bleldruni, Manchester), 125
  • Boiler, Stirling Water-Tube, Wishaw Works, 822
  • Boiler and Superheater, Trials of Schmidt, 113, 391
  • Boiler Tests, 423, 559
  • Boilers, Belleville,of H. M.S." Terrible " (Thomson , Limited, Clydebank), 822. See 664, 695, 725
  • Boilers, Cleaning Marine, 220
  • Boilers, Combination of Different Systems, 792
  • Boilers, Cylindrical v. Water-Tube, 22, 56, 90, 22, 287, 552, 616, 709
  • Boilers, Kitchen, 18, 213, 220, 290, 354, 384, 416, 52, 647, 776
  • Boilers, Land, Evaporative Tests, 127, 193, 226. Also 423, 559. See Errata, 472
  • Boilers, Locomotive, 844
  • Boilers, Navy, 22, 56, 90, 222, 552, 616, 709
  • Boilers in the Navy, 345, 377
  • Boilers T.-S.S. " St. Louis" (Cramp, Philadelphia), 66, 800. See 835
  • Boilers, Water-Tube, in Parliament, 579. See LETTERS
  • Bonding Tramway Rails, and Cost, 231
  • Books Received, 43, 299, 331, 404, 459, 602, 661, 25
  • Boot and Shoe Strike,482
  • Borchardt Repeating Pistol (Ludwig Loewe and Co., Berlin), 667
  • Bordeaux-Narbonne Canal, 350
  • Boring and Turning Mill (Richards, Manchester), 88
  • Boron, Action on Cast Iron, 252
  • Boron Steel, 585
  • Bourgogne Canal Electric Towage, 349
  • Bouzey Dam, Failure of the, 583, 645, 586
  • Brake Pressure Regulator, 12
  • Brake, Westinghouse Quick-Acting, 702
  • Brakes for Light Railways, 745
  • Brassey, Lord, on Navy Topics, 447
  • Breech Mechanism, Nordenfelt, 302
  • Bremen Electric Tramway, 106
  • Bremen Tramways, 141
  • Bridge Design, 459. See LETTERS, Notation of Stress Diagrams
  • Bridge Members, True Stresses in, 738
  • Bridge, Nebraska City (Union Bridge Company, Athens, Pa.), 43, 103
  • Bridge and Viaduct Construction (Haarlem River, New York), 347
  • Bridges, Cast Iron Thames, 187
  • Bridges of Large Span, Masonry, 704
  • Bridges over Thames. See Thames Bridges
  • Brier's Testing Apparatus for High-Pressure Uas Cylinders, 553
  • Brighton Railway Widening into Victoria, 27
  • Britain, Railway Construction in, 284
  • Britannia Company's Beddow Ornamental Lathe Attachment, 255. See LETTERS, Beddow's, d e.
  • Britannia Company's Portable Oil Engine, 826
  • "Britannia," Engines of First Cunarder, 175. See LETTERS, Engines, dec.
  • British Battleship " Magnificent," Engines, 485
  • British Battleships, Rolling and Bilge Keels, 430, 47, 487, 769, 810
  • British Cruiser " Terrible" (J. and G. Thomson, Limited, Clydebank), 664, 695, 725, 822. See LETTERS, Armour Protection
  • "British Queen," Engines of Early Atlantic Steamer, 175. See LETTERS, Engines, isarly
  • British Thomson-Houston Electric rarnwa3 s, Dublin, 617
  • British Torpedo-Boat Destroyers (Thornycroft), 37, 444, 484
  • British Warship Programme and Costs, 346
  • British Warships, Cost of, 215
  • Bronze Borings, Iron Particles from, 649
  • "Bruizer," H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Thornycroft), 444
  • Brunsbuttel Locks, 783, 817
  • Building Trades Exhibition, International, 87, 415
  • Bulkhead Door, M'Elroy's, 635
  • Bulkheads, Ships', 216
  • Burgenstock Electric Cable Railway, 137
  • Burgess, Mr. W. J., Lynn, Potato Raiser, 830
  • Butter Worker and Moulder (Messrs. T. Bradford and Co.), 830
  • Cable Electric Railways, 137, 199, 266, 331
  • Cable v. Electric Traction. See Bleetrie Traction
  • Caddy and Co., Nottingham (Firebar), 831
  • Caisson Sinking, Blaokwall Tunnel, 329, 39G
  • Calais, Legal Fare to, 645
  • Calcutta Docks (Kidderpur), 387
  • Calibre, &c., of Nordenfelt Guns, 206, 240, 272
  • Calorimeter, Junker's Gas, 574
  • Calorimeter, Testing, 73
  • Calvert's Fuel Economiser, 372
  • Canal, Bordeaux-Narbonne, 350
  • Canal, North Sea. See North Sea Canal
  • Canal Towage, Electric, Bourgogne Canal, 349
  • Canet, M., on Development of Naval Guns, 641
  • Cannon-St. Bridge (South-Eastern Railway), 76
  • Capital and Labour, 55, 223, 353, 587, 708
  • "Capitan Prat," Chilian Cruiser (Forges et.
  • Chantiers), 19, 35, 69, 104, 136. See LETTERS, Warship Turrets
  • Caponniere Mounting for 57-Millimetre Quick-Firing Gun, 303
  • Car Axles, Strength of Railway, 203
  • Car Construction, Tramway, 802
  • Car Couplers, Gould, British Railways, 797
  • Car Wheels, 233
  • Car Wiring and Equipment, Tramway, 661.
  • Carlisle Citadel Station, Collision at, 132
  • Carriage Wheel Drilling Machine (Richards, Limited, Manchester), 60
  • Carriages, Dining, London and North-Western Railway, 472
  • Carriages, Gun. See Nordenfelt
  • Carriages for Light Railways, 406
  • Carriages, Stans Light Electric Railway, 331
  • Cars, Narrow-Gauge Railway (Gloucester Company), 727
  • Cartridge Closing Machine, Automatic, 122
  • Cast Iron, Action of Boron, 262
  • Cast-Iron Bridges, 187
  • Cast Iron, Relative Tests of, 131, 160
  • Casting, Modern Foundry Practice, 533, 657
  • Castings, Hadfield's Steel, 16 ', 233
  • Catalogues, Trade, 382, 418, 484, 649
  • Cell, Tin Chromic Chloride, 207
  • Cement Manufacture, 23, 55, 90, 123, 157, 186, 19, 253, 254, 287, 292, 319, 382, 418, 484, 552, 48, 677. See Lime mut Cement
  • Cement Mortars, Effects of Freezing on, 675
  • Central Stations. See Mectric LiO.tiliv, 241
  • Central Station, Amsterdam Electric Light, 145
  • Centrifugal Sugar Machinery, Electrically Driven (Berlin), 78
  • Channel Steamers " Columbia" and "Alma" (Thomson, Limited), 209, 275
  • Charing Cross Bridge of the South-Eastern Railixay, 236. See Erratum, 307
  • Charrington's Signal Wire Carriers (Saxby and Farmer, Limited), 419
  • Chatham and South-Eastern Railway Fare Revision, 49, 645. See LETTERS Passenger, &c.
  • Chatteris Company, Diamondiferous Earth Pulverising Plant, 404
  • Chelford Railway Accident, 262
  • Chemical Balance, Novel, 771
  • Chilian Cruiser " Capitan Prat" (Forges et Chantiers), 19, 35, 69, 101, 136. See LETTERS, Met:trility and Turrets
  • Chimney, Straightening a Leaning, 202
  • Chira Valley Irrigation, Peru, 395. See 297
  • Cigar-Making Machine, Reuse's, 506
  • Cincinnati Trolley System, 505
  • Circulating Device, Boilers, 147. See Errat2„ 191
  • City Bridges, Management, 673
  • "City of Glasgow," Hydraulic Lifeboat (Green and Penn), 77. See LETTERS, Lifeboat

Civil Engineers, American Society of :

  • New York Meeting, 232
  • Memphis Bridge, 233
  • Government School for Engineers, Willett's Point, 233
  • Civil Engineers' Field-Book, 298

Civil Engineers, Institution of : 39, 441

  • The St. Gothard Mountain Railway and the
  • Stanzerhorn Cable Railway, by Mr. Sigvard
  • Johnson Berg, 54. See 6, 38, 68, 266
  • The Monistrol-Montserrat Rack Railway, by Mr. Alfred Collett, 54
  • The Usui Mountain Railway, by Mr. C. A. W. Pownall, 54
  • Boiler Explosions, by Mr. William II. Fowler 56
  • The Mechanical and Electrical Regulation of Steam Engines, by Mr. John Richardson, 206
  • Plant for the Extraction of Gold by the Cyanide
  • Process, by Messrs. Charles Butters and Edgar smart, 286
  • Electrical Haulage at Earnock Colliery, by Mr. Robert Robertson, 339
  • Water Power Applied by Electricity to Gold Dredging, by Mr. Robert Hay, 339
  • Steam Engine Economy : Condensing Engines, by Mr. Henry Davey, 571
  • The Kidderpur Docks, Calcutta, by Mr. W. Duff Bruce, 337
  • Notes on the Movement of the Walls of the Kidderpur Docks, by Mr. J. H. Apjohn, 387
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, by Mr. J. I. Thornycroft and Mr. Sydney W. Barnaby, 437
  • The Development of the Experimental Study of Heat Engines, by Professor Unwin (James Forrest Lecture), 590, 619 Report of the Council, 698 List of Awards, 727
  • Clarke, Mr. Hyde, 318
  • Clichy Syphon; Paris Drainage, 629. See LErricas
  • Clock Dial, Railway, 24 Hours, 776
  • Cloud Formation, 371, 582
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, 91, 119
  • Coal Consumption, Export, &c., 609
  • Coal Endurance of Warships, 463
  • Coal Strike, Scotch, and Railways, 415
  • Coast Defence Armoured Turrets, 369, 399, 462
  • Coast Protection in Holland, 216. See LETTERS
  • Coining Presses, Power Stamping and (Ferracute Company, N.J.), 507
  • Collisions. See Accidents
  • Collmann Engines, Electric Lighting, Vienna, 41. See LETTERS, Electril Li 'ht Engines
  • Colomb, Admiral, on Warship Design, 463. See LETTERS
  • Colonial Labour Questions, 214
  • Colonial Railway Management, 249
  • Colour Blindness, 286
  • Colour Top, The New (Artificial Spectrum), 381, 18. See LETTERS, ft op, &c.
  • "Columbia," London and South-Western Railway Channel T.-S.S. (Thomson, Limited, Clydebank), 209, 275
  • Columns, Strength of, 482
  • Combination of Boilers in Different Systems, 92
  • Comparison between Modern Standard Systems of Quick-Firing Field Guns (2.95-In.), 274
  • Comparison between Nordenfelt and Service Field Guns of several Nations, 240
  • Competition, Belgian Iron, 83
  • Composition of Battery of Guns, 274
  • Compressed Gas, Cylinder for Storing, 405, 478. See Lyrrzas
  • Compressed Gas Cylinder Testing Apparatus' (Brier's), 553
  • Compressor, Air, Direct-Acting (Evans, Wolverhampton), 94
  • Conciliation (Trade D'sputes) Bill, 346
  • Condensation and Critical Phenomena of Mixtures of Ethane and Nitrous Oxide, 712
  • Condensation in Cylinders, 497
  • Condensers, Sulphate Ammonia Recovery Plant, Wishaw Works, 427
  • Conductors, Elevated Trolley, Construction, 302, 35, 363, 400, 436
  • Connecting-Rod and Piston Acceleration, Diagram, 587, 616, 711, 773. See also 499, 557
  • Connections, Electric, Overhead, 302, 335, 363,, 00, 436
  • Construction of One Mile of Electric Tramway, Parts and Weights of Material, 401
  • Conservation of Energy, 443. See LETTERS
  • Consumption, Export, &c., of Coal, 609
  • Converter, Explosion of a Sugar,29
  • Cooling Point of Alloys, 572, 74, 778, 811
  • Cooper, Mr. Arthur, on Metal Mixers at NorthEastern Steel Company's Works, 629, 682
  • Cooper's Hill, Royal Indian Engineering College, 01
  • Copper Impurities, Elimination, 572. See 742, 78, 811
  • Copper Pipes, 452, 466. See LETTERS, Pipes
  • Copper Steam Pipe Tests, Elmore, 677. See 52, 466
  • Cornish Engine Economy, 371
  • Correction Curves of British Battleships, 439, 47, 487, 810. See Erratum, 492
  • Corrosion of Iron and Steel, 182
  • Corrosion of Metals by Sea Water, 182, 350
  • Cost of Different Methods of Traction. See Electric Traction
  • Cost of Electric Energy for Private Installations, 478. See LETTERS and 532
  • Cost of Electric Lighting (Portsmouth), 53
  • Cost of Electric Motor Traction, 531. See 566
  • Cost of French Ships, 152
  • Cost of Installing Various Tramway Systems, 51
  • Cost of Naval Deence Vessels, 215, 793
  • Cost of Operating Tramway Systems, 4, 51, 141
  • Cost of Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, 318
  • Cost of Tramway Track, 168, 231
  • Cost of Tunnelling, 6, 38, 68. See LETTERS, St. Gothard
  • Cost of Warships, 215, 793
  • Cotton Production and Consumption, 415
  • Counterbalancing Locomotives, 421. See LErrERs
  • Couplers for British Railways, Gould Automatic, 97
  • Coupling, Disengaging, of the " New York " Cruiser, 635
  • Cramp, Philadelphia, American Liner T.-S.S. " St. Louis," 766, 800, 835 •
  • Crane, 20-Ton Electric Travelling (Yale and Towne Company, Stamford, Conn.), 539
  • Cranes, Electric, Dock (Eisenwerk, Hamburg), 03
  • Crompton, Mr. R. E. B., on Engineering Progress, 85
  • Crossley Portable Oil Engine, 827
  • Crow, Harvey, and Co., Plate Shearing Machine and Pumps, 822. See 623
  • Crozier, Stephens, and Co.'s, Newcastle, Boiler, 28
  • Cruiser " Emperador Carlos V." (Spanish), 371
  • Cruiser "Terrible," Brjtish (Thomson, Limited' Clydebank), 664, 695, 725, 822. See LETTERS, Armour Protection
  • Cruisers. See Warships
  • Cruisers, Cost of, 215, 793
  • Cruisers, Largest, of Several Nations, 665
  • Culvert Sluice and Gear, Holtenau Locks, 818
  • Cunard Company, Formation of, 175. See LEI mks, Atlantic steamers
  • Cunard Steamers, Early, Engines, 175. See LETTERS, Atlanti .reamers
  • Cyanide Process of Gold Extraction, 286
  • Cycle, Making of a (Premier Works, Coventry), 61, 429. See LETTERS, Cycles
  • Cylinder Condensation, 497
  • Cylinder Explosion at Fenchurch-street, Gas, 05, 479
  • Cylinder Lubricator, Sight Feed (Smith and Co., Derby), 678
  • Cylinders for Compressed Gas, Brier's Testing Apparatus, 553
  • Cylinders for Storing Compressed Gas, 405, 478. See LETTERS
  • Daimler Petroleum Motor, Road Locomotion, 800
  • Dairy Machinery, 830
  • Dam Failure in France, 583, 645, 586
  • Dawson Gas or Oil Engine, 79
  • Dawson, Mr. Philip, on Electric Traction. See Electric Traction
  • Daymard, M. V., on the Volume of Ships, 789, 846
  • December Weather, 19
  • Declining Angles, British Battleships, 439, 447, 87, 810. Erratum, 492
  • Denny, Mr. A., on Metacentric Height, 770
  • Depth of Water and Ship's Speed, 489, 497
  • Destroyers, Contract Price of Torpedo-Boat, 318
  • Diagram of Metal Prices, 29, 120, 188, 852, 450, 86, 740
  • Diagram, Piston and Connecting-Rod, Acceleration, 587, 616, 711, 773. See also 499, 557
  • Diagrams of Rolling of British Battleships, 439, 47, 487. 810. Erratum, 492
  • Diamond Mining, South African, 87
  • Diamond Recovery from Diamondiferous Earth, 04
  • Dictionary of English Language, 602
  • Dining Cars, London and North-Western Railway, 472
  • Dioptric Apparatus, Quadruple Flashing (Mr. W. T. Douglas, London), 575
  • Disengaging Coupling of the " New York," Cruiser, 635
  • Distribution, Wage, and Average Incomes, 414
  • Dock Cranes, Electric (Eisenwerk, Hamburg), 60a,
  • Docks, Kidderpur,Calcutta, 387
  • Domestic Boiler xplosions, 18, 213. See LETTERt,
  • Domestic Boiler Safety Valves (Keith's), 776
  • Domestic Boilers and Explosions, 220, 290, 354, 84, 416, 552, 647
  • Doncaster, Slight Collision, 712
  • Door, McElroy's Water-Tight, 635
  • Double Trolley System, 505
  • Drainage of the Haarlem Meer, 298. See Addendum, 343
  • Drainage of Mexico, 270
  • Drainage Works, Paris, 529. See LwrrEks, Clichy Syphon
  • Drainage of the Zuider Zee, 67
  • Draught, Martin's Induced, 492, 502. See LETTERS
  • Drawing Office Appliances, 202
  • Drawing Offices, Sweating in, 649, 711, 739, 806
  • Dredging, Water Power, Electric, in Gold, 339
  • Drilling Machine, Kodolitsch's Portable Electric, 66
  • Drilling Machine, Multiple (Richards, Limited, Manchester), 60
  • Drilling and Milling Machines, Double Geared (Ward, Birmingham', 603
  • Drills for Bicycle Making, 361, 429. See LF,rrERs, Cyders
  • Dryness of Steam, 170, 225, 260, 294
  • Dublin, Southern District Electric Tramways. (British Thomson-Houston, Limited), 617
  • Duca, G., on Organisation of Railway Services; 14
  • Dynamics, Interpretation of Determinantal Relation of, 575
  • Dynamo and Engine (Messrs. J. P. Hall and Co., Oldham), 385
  • Dynamos, Short Air - Space, 315, 325. See Erratum, 343
  • Earl's Court Gigantic Wheel, 585
  • Earnock Colliery, Electric Haulage, 339
  • Eastern Telegraph Company, 252
  • Economics of Coal, 609
  • Economiser, Calvert's Fuel, 372
  • Education for Engineers, Technical, 24, 89
  • Effects of Freezing on Cement Mortars, 675
  • Eisenwerk Company, Hamburg (Electric Dock Cranes), 603
  • Elastic Limit of Iron and Steel, 380
  • Elba Mines, 634
  • Electric Cable Railways, 137, 199, 266, 331
  • Electric Canal Towage, Bourgogne Canal, 349
  • Electric Conduits, Explosions in, 482
  • Electric Constructing Firms, 107
  • Electric Dock Cranes (Eisenwerk, Hamburg), 603
  • Electric Drilling Machine, Kodolitsch's Portable, 66
  • Electric Energy, Cost of, Portsmouth, 53
  • Electric Energy for Private Installation, Cost 78. See LETTERS
  • Electric Engineering, Mr. Crompton on, 85
  • Electric Lamp Holder, Verity's, 277
  • Electric Launches, 165, 251
  • Electric Light Main, Spence-Doulton, 88
  • Electric Lighting Agreement, Curious Point, 185
  • Electric Lighting Station, Amsterdam, 145
  • Electric Lighting Station, Vienna, 241. See LETTERS, Electric Light Engines
  • Electric Lighting of Tunnel, Glasgow, 691
  • Electric Mains, Kingdon's System of Laying, 439
  • Electric Motors for Machine Driving, 705
  • Electric Motors for Mountain Railways, 139, 199, 66, 331
  • Electric Traction. See Letters. See also Next Volume
  • American Car Construction, 802. See Erratum, 831
  • Bonding Rails, and Cost, 231
  • Bremen Electric Tramway, 106
  • Bremen Tramways, 141
  • Car Construction, 802. See Erratum, 831
  • Car Wiring and Equipment, 661
  • Cincinnati Trolley System, 505
  • Conductors, Elevated, Construction, 302, 335, 63, 400, 436
  • Connections, Overhead, 302, 335, 363, 400, 436
  • Construction of One Mile, Parts and Weights of Material, 401
  • Cost of Installing Various Systems, 51
  • Cost of Motor Traction, 531. See 566
  • Cost of Operating Tramway Systems, 4, 51, 141
  • Cost of Tramway Track, 168, 231
  • Double Trolley System, 505
  • Electric Constructing Firms, 107
  • Electric Lines in Europe, 107, 141
  • Elevated Conductors, Construction, 302, 335, 63, 400, 436
  • Essen Electric Tramway, 106
  • European Electric Tramways, 107, 141
  • Halle Tramways, 144
  • Hamburg Electric Tramway, 106
  • Horse-Power, Speed, and Horizontal Effort, 601
  • Insulators, 335, 363, 400
  • Lightning Arresters, 363
  • Lubeck Electric Tramway, 100
  • Motor and Car Equipment, 661
  • Motor Trucks, 693, 722, 751
  • Motors, 505, 531, 566
  • Oerlikou Motors, 567
  • Overhead Conductors, Construction, 302, 335, 63, 400, 436
  • Permanent Way, 167, 231
  • Poles and Trolley Wire Erection, Cost of. 436
  • Power Consumed by Various Motor Cars, 531. See 566
  • Progress of Electric and other Tramways, 2
  • Rails and Formation for Tramways, 167, 231
  • Regulators of Speed and Saving of Power, 599
  • Return Circuits, 197, 231
  • Sag of Overhead and other Wires, Tables Giving, 400
  • Size and Weights of Poles for Overhead Conductors, 400
  • Speed Regulators, 599
  • Track Welding, 265
  • Trolley Systems, Double, 605
  • Trolley Wire, Erection, 400, 436
  • Trucks for Motors, 693, 722, 751
  • Weights of Motor Trucks, 754
  • Welding, Track, 265
  • Wheels and Axles, 751
  • Electric Tramways, Dublin (British ThomsonHouston, Limited), 617
  • Electric Tramway Lines in Europe, 107, 141
  • Electric Transmission of Power in Italy, 354
  • Electric Traveller at Victoria Station, Manchester (Aspinall's), 841
  • Electric Travelling Crane, 20-Ton (Yale and
  • Towne Company, Stamford, Conn.), 539
  • Electric Welding, 448, 610
  • Electrical Communication with Lightships, Vic., 70
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of:
  • Presidential Address, by Mr. R. E. B. Crompton, 85
  • The Development of the Telephone Switchboard, by Mr. J. E. Kingsbury, 153
  • The Propagation of Magnetism in Iron, by Dr. Hopkinson and Mr. E. Wilson, 283. See Erratum, 311
  • The Use of Electrolysis for Gold Extraction, by Dr. N. S. Keith, 379
  • The Employment of Electric Lighting for Railway Purposes, by Mr. W. Langdon, 478. See LETrzas
  • Magnetic Tester for Measuring Hysteresis in Sheet Iron, by Professor Ewing, 612
  • On the Recent Development of the Single-Acting High-Speed Engine for Central Station Work, by Mr. Mark Robinson, 642, 703. See LETTER, 739
  • Electrical Haulage at Earnock Colliery, 339
  • Electrical Regulation of Steam Engines, 206
  • Electrically Driven Centrifugal Sugar Machinery (Berlin), 78
  • Electricity from Gas, Direct Production of, 22
  • Electricity in Gold Dredging, Water Power in, 39
  • Electricity for Working Ships' Turrets (Forges et Chantiers), 19, 35, 69, 104, 136. See LETTERS
  • Electrolysis of Gold, 379
  • Electrotechnics, Handbook, 724
  • Elements of Force in Warships, 463. See LErrEks
  • Elements, Thermal Constants of the, 805
  • Elevated Tramway Conductors Construction, 02, 335, 363, 400, 436
  • Elevators, Glasgow Harbour Tunnel (Otis), 691, 57, 819
  • Elgar, Dr. F., on Cost of Warships, 793. See 215
  • Elgar, Dr. F., on Ocean Steamships, 129. See 122
  • Elimination of Impurities during Process of Making Best Selected Copper, by Mr. Allan Gibb, 572. See 742, 778, 811
  • Elliott, Professor, on Feed-Water Heaters, 62, 7, 191
  • Elliott, Professor, on Piston and Connecting Rod Acceleration. See LETTERS
  • Elmore Copper Steam Pipe Tests, 677. See 452, 66
  • Embankment Failure in France, 583, 645, 586
  • Embankments on North Sea Canal. See _North Sea Canal
  • Emissivity and the Size of a Body, 89
  • "Emperador Carlos V.," Spanish Cruiser, 371
  • Enamelled Iron, Manufacture of, 677, 712
  • Energy, Conservation of, 443. See LETTERS
  • Energy Movements in the Medium Separating
  • Electrified or Gravitating Particles, 339
  • Engine Clearances and Economy, 73
  • Engine, Compound, Governor Shaft, 828
  • Engine and Dynamo (Hall, Oldham), 385
  • Engine, Economic Pumping, 614
  • Engine Economy, Cornish, 371
  • Engine, Gas. See Gas Engtne
  • Engine, Marine, Pocket-Book, 459
  • Engine, Oil. See oil Engtne
  • Engine, Porter, 33, 72, 77. See LETTERS
  • Engine, Schmidt Motor (Schrader, Germany), 13, 391
  • Engine, Trial of Schmidt Compound, 391
  • Engine, Winans, 642, 703. See LETTERS
  • Engines of British Cruiser " Terrible " (Thomson, Limited, Clydebank), 725. See 664, 695, 822
  • Engines, Collmann, Electric Lighting, Vienna, 41. See LETTERS, E Light Engines
  • Engines, Four-Cylinder Triple, T.-S SS. "Columbia" and " Alma " (Thomson, Limited), 209, 275
  • Engines, Disengaging Coupling of Cruiser " New York," 635
  • Engines, Experimental Study of Heat, 590, 619
  • Engines, Gas, Oil, and Steam (Building Exhibition), 415
  • Engines, Governing, 192, 197, 256, 357, 668. See LETTERS
  • Engines, Pumping, Haarlem Meer Drainage (Gwynne's), 298. See Addend urn, 343
  • Engines, Pumping, Wishaw Steel Works, 822
  • Engines, Quadruple-Expansion, T.-S.S. " St. Louis" (Cramp, Philadelphia), 800, 835. See 66
  • Engines, Regulating Steam, 206
  • Engines for Rolling Mill (Crow, Harvey, and Co., Glasgow), 623
  • Engines, Rolling Mill, Wishaw Works (D. Stewart and Co., Glasgow), 539, 755. See 623
  • Engines, Side Lever, of Early Atlantic Steamers, 75. See LETTERS
  • Engines, Steam. See also Agricultural Show, 828
  • Engines, Steam, Heat Wastes in, 497
  • Engines, Tests of Pumping, 10, 33, 371, 614
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion of H.M.S. " Magnificent " (Penn), 485, 511
  • Engines, Triple - Expansion, North German Liners " Prinz Heinrich " and " Prinz Regent Luitpold" (Schichau), 338. See LETTERS Engines, Triple-Expansion, Russian Ironcla "Admiral Oushakoff" (Maudslay), 116
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, Tests of, 10
  • Engines, Triple - Expansion, of T.S. Yacht "Giralda " (Fairfield Company), 11
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion Vertical (Robey), 539
  • Engines, Vibration of Ships and, 499, 522, 524, 57. See LETTERS, Balancing, &c.
  • Engineering College, Cooper's Hill, 701
  • Engineering Laboratory, Glasgow University, 250
  • Engineers for the Navy, Assistant, 417, 520, 649, 10
  • Engineers in the Navy, 345, 377
  • Engineers and Public Works, Army, 379, 799
  • Engineers, Reorganisation of the Royal, 379, 799. See LETTERS
  • Engineers' Wages and Government, 117
  • English Shipbuilding, 25, 61, 93, 119
  • Equilibrium between Bodies in Contact, Mechanical Analogue of Thermal, 286
  • Erection of Blackpool Tower, 786. See also 574, 60, 727
  • Essen Electric Tramway, 106
  • Ethane and Nitrous Oxide Mixtures, Condensation, Sze., 712
  • European Electric Tramways, 107, 141
  • Evaporation Experiments, 454, 555
  • Evaporative Tests, Land Boilers, 127, 193, 226, 23, 559. See 8rra1a, 472
  • Excavating. See North Sea Canal
  • Exhibition, Berlin, 1896, 350
  • Exhibition, International Building Trades', 87, 15
  • Exhibition, Paris, 1900, 60, 190, 378, 480, 611
  • Exhibition, Railway Appliances, 734. See LETTERS, i9/2. tiling, &C.
  • Exhibition, Royal United Service Institution, 154
  • Exhibition, Yachting, 155, 251. See LETTERS, Yacht Keel
  • Expansion of Water at Maximum Density, 156
  • Explosion, Gas Cylinder, at Fenchurch-Street 05, 479
  • Explosion of a Steam Receiver, 387
  • Explosion of a Sugar Converter, 29
  • Explosions. See Boiler Explosions
  • Explosions in Electric Conduits, 482
  • Explosives, Flameless, 84. See 675
  • Explosives, Safety; 675
  • Export, Consumption, &c., of Coal, 609
  • Exports, 119
  • Failure of the Bouzey Dam, 583, 586, 645
  • Fairfield Company, Engines of T.-S. Yacht "Giralda," 11
  • Fairfield Works Boiler Explosion, 681
  • Fare to Calais, Legal, 645
  • Fares, Revision of South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, 49, 645. See [Arms, Passenger, &c.
  • Fast Rug, on Pennsylvania Railroad, 636. See LETTERS
  • February Weather. 317
  • Feed-Water Heaters, 63, 97, 191
  • Fenchurch-Street Station, Gas Bottle Explosion 05, 478. See LETTERS, Onnpress.d Gas, &c.
  • Ferracute Company, Bridgeton, N.J., Power Stamping and Coining Presses, 507
  • Field-Book for Civil Engineers, 298
  • Field Guns, Nordenfelt, 205, 237, 271
  • Filter, Sentinel Oil (Alley and Maclellan), 776
  • Fire Brigades, Appliances, 215
  • Firebar (Caddy and Co.), 831
  • Fireboxes, Locomotive, 844
  • Firedamp Indicator, 286
  • Flame Experiments, Sound, 348
  • Flameless Explosives, 84. See 675
  • Floods, November, 1894, in Thames Valley, 646
  • Flushing Syphon, Miller. Automatic, 159. See erra.tutn, 179
  • Flying Experiments, 221, 320, 383
  • Flywheels, Strains on, 72; 201
  • Flywheels, Truck for Transporting (Dujardin, Lille), 277
  • Foreign Competition,.133
  • Foreign Competition in Iron and Steel, 639. See also 83, 628
  • Forges et Chantiers, Warships and Electrically Worked Turrets, 19, 35, 69, 104, 136. See LETTERS, Electricity
  • Forgings, Steel, 202
  • Form Turning Machine for Bicycle Hubs
  • (Garvin Company, N.Y.), 46
  • Foundations of Physics, 443. See LErms, Con8.-rva iot of E.ergy
  • Foundry, Hadfield's Steel, 165, 233. See LETTERS, btu infrtic Perme,thilitm,
  • Foundry Practice, Modern, 533, 657
  • Fowler's Safety Valves (Dleldrum, Manchester), 25
  • Fowler's Traction Engine, 828
  • France and Naval Architecture (Lord Brassey), 68
  • Fraser and Chalmers, Chicago, Continuous Ore Roasting Furnace, 276
  • Freezing Effects on Cement Mortars, 675
  • Freezing of Water Pipes, 355
  • Freights, 1 i9
  • French Railway Servants, 17
  • French Railways and the State, 411. See LETTERS
  • French Second-Class Cruiser " Latotiehe Trevale " (Forges et Chantiers), 19, 35, 69, 104, 136. See LErms, Electricity and Turrets
  • French Standard Screw Threads, 540
  • French Warships, Cost of, 152
  • Friction of Wood on Wood, Static, 704
  • Frost of January and February, 1895, 507
  • Fuel Economiser,Calvert's, 372
  • Funk and Wagnalls' English Dictionary, 602
  • Furnace, Continuous Ore Roasting (Fraser and Chalmers, Chicago), 276 Furnaces, Siemens Steel, Wishaw Works, 535
  • Garvin Company, New York, Machinery for Making Bicycle Hubs, 46
  • Gas Calorimeter, Junker's, 574
  • Gas Cylinder Explosion at Fenchurch-Street, 405, 79
  • Gas Cylinder Testing Apparatus, 553
  • Gas Cylinders (Compressed), Explosion, 405, 478. See LETTERS
  • Gas, Direct Production of Electricity from, 22
  • Gas Engine, Dawson High-Speed, 79
  • Gas Engines, 827
  • Gas Engines, Duplex High-Speed (Scott, Halifax), 28
  • Gas Engineering Practice, 770
  • Gas Enricher, Acetylene as a, 88
  • Gas Producers, Siemens Furnaces, Wishaw Works, 535
  • Gates, North Sea Canal Lock, 783, 817
  • Geddes Safety Blow-Off and Circulating Device for Boilers,147. See Errata, 191
  • Geneva Light Railways, 217
  • German Early Atlantic Steamers, 382
  • Germany, Smoke Prevention in, 481
  • Gibb, Mr. Allan, on Elimination of Impurities in Copper, 572. See 742, 778, 811
  • Gibbons Oil Engine, Portable (Britannia Company, Colchester), 826
  • Gigantic Wheel at Earl's Court, 585
  • Giles, The late Mr. Alfred, 316
  • "Giralda," Machinery of T.-S. Yacht (Fairfield Company), 11
  • Glasgow Harbour Tunnel, 698. See 691, 757, 819
  • Glasgow Iron and Steel Company's Works, Wishaw, 427, 535, 623, 755, 822
  • Glasgow University, Engineering Laboratory, 250
  • Globe Engineering Company, Manchester, Tabor Indicator, 540
  • Gloucester Co., Narrow-Gauge Railway Cars, 27
  • Glow Lamps, Tests, 156
  • Gold Dredging by Electrical Power, 339
  • Gold Electrolysis, 379
  • Gold Extraction, Cyanide Process of, 286
  • Gold in Russia, 549
  • Goldfields, West Australian, 448
  • Goods Locomotive, Mexican Railway (Neilson, Glasgow), 373. See 309
  • Goss, Mr. W. F. M., on Counterbalancing Locomotives, 421
  • Gould Automatic Coupler, British Railways, 797
  • Governing Steam Engines, 192, 197, 256, 357, 68. See LETTERS
  • Government and Engineers' Wages, 117
  • Governor Shaft, Compound Steam Engine, 828
  • Governor (Valve Gear and), Porter Engine, 77.
  • See s3. See LETTER, Porter Engine
  • Great Western Railway Relaying and Rodgers' Ballasting Cars, 838
  • Green's Machinery for Steam Lifeboats, 77. See LETTERS, Liteboat
  • Greensand Moulding, 657
  • Guildford Tunnel, Collapse, 712
  • Guinness' Brewery Railway, 390
  • Gun artridge Closing Machine, 122
  • Gunboats. See Warships
  • Gunnery Trials of Spanish Cruiser " Infanta Maria Teresa," 727
  • Guns and Mounts, Canet, 19, 35, 69, 104, 136.
  • See LETTERS, Warship Turrets
  • Guns, Naval, Development of, 641. See 336
  • Guns, Nordenfelt. See AV ordenfelt
  • Haarlem Meer, Drainage of the, 298. See Addendam, 343
  • Haarlem River Bridge, New York Central Railroad, 347
  • Hadfield's Steel Foundry, Sheffield, 165, 233. See LETTER, Magnetic Permeability
  • Haigh, Oldham, McDougall's Oil Separator, 321
  • Hailstorms at Sea, 806
  • Hall, Oldham, Combined Engine and Dynamo, 385
  • Hall's Water-Tube Boiler for Lifeboat (Penn), 7. See LETTERS, Lifeboat
  • Halle Tramways, 144
  • Hamburg Electric Tramway, 106
  • Hammersmith Bridge, Old and New, 627
  • Hand Starter for Gas Engine (R. Stephenson and Co., Newcastle), 827
  • Harbours for Navy, 513
  • Harmonic Analyser, A Simple Form, 339
  • Harmonic Analysis, A New Method in, 680
  • Harvesting Machinery, 830
  • Haskin's Vulcanising of Timber, 481
  • Haslam and Maudsley, Liverpool, Potato Raiser, 30
  • Hatfield, Slight Collision at, 780
  • Haulage. See Electric Traction
  • Haulage, Electrical, at Earnock Colliery, 339
  • Haymaking Machinery, 830
  • Heat Engines, Experimental Study of, 590, 619
  • Heat of Vapours, Measurement of Latent, 89
  • Heat Wastes in Steam Engines, 497
  • Heaters, Feed-Water, 62, 97, 191
  • Helios Company, Amsterdam Electric Lighting Station, 145
  • Heliostats and Siderostats, 339
  • H.M. Destroyers " Rocket," " Shark," and " Surly " (Thomson, Limited, Clydebank), 321, 92
  • H.M.S. "Terrible," 664, 695, 725, 822. See LETTERS, Armour Protection.
  • H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyers (Thornycroft), 37, 444, 485, 671
  • H.M.S. " Magnificent" Engines (Penn), 485, 611
  • Hoists, Glasgow Harbour Tunnel (Otis), 691, 57, 819
  • Hoists, Pickerings, Limited (Stockton-on-Tees). 30
  • Hok, Mr. W., on Stability of Oil-Carrying Steamers, 502, 652
  • Holland Coast Protection, 216. See LErrsRs
  • Holland Pier, Destruction of New, 85
  • Holtenau Locks, 783, 817
  • Hoppe, Mr. C., Berlin, Hydraulic Machinery North Sea Canal, 784, 817
  • Horizon, Artificial? at Sea, 22
  • Hornsby's Oil Engines, 827
  • Horse v. Electric Traction. See Electric Traction,
  • Horse-Power, Speed, and Horizontal Effort in Electric Tramways, 601
  • Hours of Locomotive Drivers and Firemen, 185
  • Howard's Oil Engine, Messrs. J. and F., 827
  • Howden's Forced Draught. See 22, 56, 90, 222, 52, 616, 709
  • Howden's System of Forced Draught. T.-S.S. "St. Louis" (Cramp, Philadelphia), 766, 800. See 835
  • Howitzer, 12 Centimetre, in Armoured Turrets, 99
  • Hoxton Boiler Explosion, 258
  • Hubs for Bicycles, Machinery for Turning (Garvin Company, New York), 46
  • Humber Shipbuilding, 62, 119
  • Hydraulic Balance Lifts, 23, 551, 587
  • Hydraulic Capstans, North Sea Canal, 783, 817
  • Hydraulic Elevators, Glasgow Harbour Tunnel (Otis), 691, 757, 819
  • Hydraulic Lifeboats (Green and Penn), 77. See LETTERS, Lifeboat
  • Hydraulic Machinery, North Sea Canal (Mr. C. Hoppe, Berlin), 784, 817
  • Hydraulic Mechanism for Gun Mounts, 35. See 9, 69, 104, 136
  • Hydraulic Pumps (Glasgow Harbour Tunnel), 691. See 757, 819
  • Hydraulic Riveting Plant, Travelling (Tweddell), 03
  • Hydraulic Tipping Cradles, Sze., for Rolling Mills. 23
  • Hysteresis in Sheet Iron, Magnetic Tester, 612
  • Illuminant and Gas Ennolier, Acetylene as, 88
  • Implements, Agricultural, 828
  • Imports, 119
  • Imports of Prison-Made Goods, 247. See Lurrmas, Prison Labour
  • Impurities in Copper, Elimination of, 572. See 42, 778, 811
  • Incomes, National and Personal, Average, 414
  • Incorporated Gas Institute, 770
  • Indian Army and Public Works, 799. See also 79
  • Indian 30-In. Gauge Railway Rolling Stock, 406
  • Indian Railway Extensions, 63, 834
  • Indicator, Tabor (Globe Co., Manchester), 540
  • Induced Draught, Martin's, 492, 502. See LETTERS
  • Induction, Telegraphy by, 770
  • Industrial Notes, 28, 58, 94, 125, 159, 189, 224, 55, 293, 322, 355, 385, 420, 451, 486, 521, 553, 89, 617, 650, 679, 713, 741, 774, 808, 841
  • Industrial Situation, 119
  • Inertia Diagram of Piston and Connecting Rod, 87, 616, 711, 773, See 499, 557
  • "Infanta Maria Teresa," Whitworth Gun Trials. 27
  • Ingot Tilters, &c., for Rolling Mills, 623
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers. See Mechanical Engineers
  • Institutions, Scientific and Technical, 733
  • Insulators for Electric Tramways, 335, 363, 400
  • Iodine Voltameter, 680
  • Ireland, Shipbuilding, 93, 119
  • Iron and Aluminium Alloys, 572, 742, 778, 811
  • Iron, Cast, Relative Tests of, 131, 160
  • Iron, Changes in the Magnetic Permeability of, 52. See LErrmits
  • Iron Competition, Belgian, 83
  • Iron Corrosion by Sea Water, 182, 350
  • Iron, Enamelled, Manufacture of, 677, 712
  • Iron Particles from Bronze Borings, 649
  • Iron Production and the Scotch Strike, 53
  • Iron, Propagation of Magnetism in, 283. See Erratum, 311
  • Iron Rust, Protection against, 73
  • Iron and Steel Corrosion, 182, 350
  • Iron and Steel, Foreign Competition in, 83, 628, 39
  • Iron and Steel Institute :
  • Report of the Council, 628
  • Bessemer Medal (Mr. H. M. Howe, Boston), 62%
  • Presidential Address (Mr. Dale), 628. See 639
  • Metal Mixers as used at the Works of the NorthEastern Steel Company, by Mr. Arthur Cooper, 629, 682
  • Life Subscriptions, Resolution, 631
  • Effect of Arsenic in Steel, by Mr. J. E. Stead, 32
  • The Mines of Elba, by Mr. Herbert Scott, 634
  • Iron and Steel Trade Retrospect and Foreign Competition, 628. See also 83, 639
  • Iron and Steel Works, Wishaw, 427, 535, 623, 755. 22
  • Iron and Steel Yield Point, 380
  • Irrigation in Peru, 297, 395, 460
  • Irrigation Works, Paris Sewage, 529. See LETTERS, Clichy Syphon
  • Italian Locomotive' Cylinders, Hot Gas Jackets for, 25
  • Italy, Electric Transmission of Power, 354
  • Italy, Steam Tramways, 675
  • Jackets, Hot Gas, for Locomotive Cylinders, 25
  • Jacks, Robinson and Norton's Railway, 91
  • James Forrest Lecture, Inst. C.E (Heat Engines), 590, 619
  • January Weather, 183
  • Japanese Shipping, 640
  • Jet Propulsion Steam Lifeboats, 77. See LETTERS Lifeboat
  • Joists, Strength of Rolled, 484
  • Journal Bearing, Meneely Tubular, 419. See 73f. See also LETTERS, Roller Bearings
  • Junker's Gas Calorimeter, 574
  • Kaiser Wilhelm Canal. See North-Bast Sea Canal
  • Keep, W. J., on Relative Tests of Cast Iron, 131, 60
  • Keith's Safety Valve for Domestic Boilers, 776
  • Kew Bridge, 755
  • Kew Bridge (London and South-Western Railway), 754
  • Kidderpur Docks, Calcutta, 387
  • Kimberley Diamond Plant, 404
  • Kingdon's System of Laying Electric Mains,439
  • Kitchen Boiler Explosions, 18, 213, 220, 290 354, 84, 416, 552, 647, 776
  • Kites, Experiments on, 221, 320, 383
  • Kodolitsch's Portable Electric Drilling Machines, 66
  • Kossuth's Hot Gas Jackets for Cylinders, 25
  • Laboratory, Engineering, for Glasgow University, 260
  • Labour and Capital, 57, 223, 353, 587, 708
  • Labour Conciliation Bill, 346
  • Labour Laws, 298. See LETTER, 355
  • Labour, Prison, 247. See LETTERS
  • Labour Questions in the Colonies, America, and Foreign Countries, 214
  • Lamberton and Co., Coatbridge, Plate Rolling Mills, 755
  • Lambeth Suspension Bridge, 307
  • Lamp Holder, Verity's Electric, 277
  • Lamp, Wells Industrial, 12
  • Lamp, Wilbrant Arc, 521
  • Lamps, Tests of Glow, 156
  • Lancashire, Derbyshire, and East Coast Railway, 70
  • Land Boilers, Evaporative Tests, 127, 193, 226, 23, 559. See Errata, 472
  • Landis Horizontal Log Band Saw (A. Ransome and Co. Limited), 438
  • Lathe Attachment, Beddow's Ornamental (Britannia Company, Colchester), 256. See LETTERS, Beddow's, &c
  • Lathe, Double-Geared Break (Asquith), 607
  • Lathes for Manufacturing Bicycle Hubs (Garvin Company, New York), 46
  • Lathes at Premier Cycle Works, Coventry, 361, 29. See LETTERS, Cycles
  • "Latouche Treville," French Cruiser (Forges et Chantiers), 19, 35, 69,101, 136. See LErrsits, Warships, dc.
  • Lattice Paradox, 23, 124
  • Launches, Steam, Electric, 155 ; Oil, 251
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 15, 98, 130, 162, 188, 17, 245, 279, 324, 350, 392, 424, 456, 484, 520, 60, 577, 610, 654, 669, 707, 771, 801, 840
  • Laws, Labour, 298. See LETTER, 355
  • Least Work, Statically Indeterminate Structures and, 21, 135, 334. See LErrEits
  • Leavitt, E. D., Pumping Engine at Louisville, 014
  • Leavitt Pumping Engine Tests, 10. See 33, 614
  • Legal Fare to Calais? 645
  • Lenton South Junction Railway Accident. 441
  • Letters to the Editor, 22, 55, 89, 123, 157, 186, 19, 253, 287, 319, 351, 382, 416, 448, 982, 519, 50, 586, 615, 646, 676, 708, 739, 772, 806
  • Library, Patent Office, 261
  • Lifeboats, Steam (Green and Penn), 77. Sec LETTERS
  • Lifts, Glasgow Harbour Tunnel (Otis), 691, 757, 19
  • Lifts, Hydraulic Balance, 23, 551, 587
  • Lifts, Pickerings, 830
  • Light Draught Steamers, 468, 790. See LETTERS
  • Light, Electric. See Electric Light
  • Light, Objective Reality of Combination Tones, 21
  • Light Railway Brakes, 745
  • Light Railway Rolling Stock, 331, 406, 727, 741, 28
  • Light Railways in Geneva, 217
  • Light Railways and Parliament, 181, 313, 323, 81. See Lsrms
  • Light Railways, Working, 809
  • Light Scantling Steamers, 468, 790. See LETTERS
  • Lighthouse Dioptric Apparatus (quadruple Flashing), 575
  • Lighthouse, Electrical Communication with, 770
  • Lighting, Cost of Electric (Portsmouth), 53
  • Lightning Arresters, 363
  • Lime v. Cement, 220, 254, 292, 552, 648
  • Linoleum, Mosaic, 770
  • Literature, 42, 298, 331, 401, 459, 602, 661, 724
  • Llud's Expert Committee and the Board of Trade, 595
  • Lloyd's Registry, Returns of Additions and Removals, 285
  • Lloyd's Return of Shipwrecks, 448, 516
  • Lloyd's Returns of Wrecks and Shipbuilding, 48, 516
  • Lloyd's Shipbuilding Returns, 119, 516
  • Lock Gates, 783, 817
  • Locks on Baltic-North Sea Canal. See No,
  • iVea Canal
  • Locomotive, Agricultural (J. and H. McLaren, Leeds), 828
  • Locomotive, Balancing, 57, 72, 124, 221, 292, 351, 83, 417, 647
  • Locomotive Boilers, 844
  • Locomotive Cabs, 483, 551
  • Locomotive Construction (Review), 404
  • Locomotive Cylinders, Hot Gas Jackets for, 25
  • Locomotive Drivers' and Firemen's Hours, 185
  • Locomotive Driving Wheels, Rail Pressures of, 03
  • Locomotive, Express, North-Eastern Railway, 146
  • Locomotive, Narrow - uauge, for Gas Works (W. G. Bagnall and Co., Stafford), 741
  • Locomotive for Rack Railway, Sumatra. 596
  • Locomotive Wheel Pressure on Rails, 72, 201
  • Locomotive Wheels, 233
  • Locomotives, Balancing, 72. See LETTERS
  • Locomotives, Counterbalancing, 72, 421
  • Locomotives, Different Types, New South Wales Railways, 249
  • Locomotives, Early Great Western, 649, 710, 773
  • Locomotives for Light Railways, 406, 741, 828
  • Locomotives for Mountain Railways, 38. See 6, 8, 596. See LETTERS
  • Locomotives, Passenger and Goods, for Mexican Railway (Neilson, Ulasgow), 309, 373
  • London Bridge, 75, 673
  • London and North-Western Railway Dining. Cars, 72
  • London, Port of, 50
  • London Railway Trains, Unpunctuality, 518
  • London Societies:
  • Royal Institution,121, 348
  • London and Sout-Western Railway Bridge at
  • Putney, 565 ; at Kew, 764 ; at Barnes, 700
  • London and South-Western Railway Channel
  • T.-s.SS. " Columbia " and " Alma " (Thomson, Limited), 209, 275
  • London and South-Western Railway Rates, 515
  • London Underground Railways, 292
  • London Water Supply, 281
  • Lord and Leason's Pointsman's Check, 79
  • Lowmoor Railway Collision, 323
  • Lubeck Electric Tramway, 106
  • Lubricator, Sight-Feed (Smith and Co., Derby), 78
  • Lubricator, Valve and Connecting-Rod, 217
  • Luggage, Electric, Traveller at Manchester Station, Aspinall's,841
  • Lurgan, Fatal Colision at, 759
  • Lynden Pumping Engine, Haarlem Meer Drainage, 298. See Addendum, 343
  • McArthur-Gilchrist Cyanide Process of Gold Extraction, 286
  • McDougall's Oil Separator (Haigh, Oldham), 321
  • McElroy's Water-Tight Door, 635
  • McPhail's Superheater, 424, 425
  • Machinery of Warships. See also Boilers, Collin• dricat and Water-Tube
  • Maffei Works, Locomotives for St. Gothard Railway, 38. See 6, 68. See Ltirrnifts, Locomotives
  • Magazine Pistol, 13orchardt's (Ludwig Loewe and Co., Berlin), 667
  • Magnetic Permeability of Iron, Changes in the, 52. See Lsrrns
  • Magnetic Tester for Measuring Hysteresis in Sheet Iron, 612
  • Magnetism in Iron, Propagation of, 283. See Arratum, 811
  • "Magnificent11 ," Engines of (Penn), 485
  • Making of a Bicycle (Premier Works, Coventry), 61, 429. See LEVERS, Cycle
  • Mallet Locomotives for St. Gothard Railway, 38. See 6, 68. See LErrns, Locomotives
  • Mallock, Mr. W., on the Vibrations of Engines, 99, 522. See 524, 557
  • Management and Maintenance, City Bridges, 673
  • Manchester Railway Station, Electric Luggage Traveller (Aspinall's), 841
  • Mann and Charlesworth's Traction Engine, 827. 23
  • Manoeuvres, Naval, 283
  • March Weather, 445. See 'Arnim, 552
  • Margarine Factory at Southall (Mr. Otto Monst«I's), 445. See 486
  • Marine Boilers. See Boilers
  • Marine Engine Pocket-Book, 459
  • Marine Engineering and Shipbuilding in 1894, 25, 1, 91, 119, 285, 516
  • Marine Engineers' Wages, Government and, 117
  • Marsden, Mr. H. R., Stone-Breaker, 831
  • Marshall and Wigram's Valve Gear, 828
  • Martell, Mr. B., on Light Scantling Steamers, 90. See 468 and Limns
  • Martin's Induced Draught, 492, 502. See LETTERS
  • Masonry Bridges of Large Span, 704
  • Massachusetts Technological Institute Engine Tests, 10. See 33
  • Maudslay, Sons, and Field, Engines, Triple-Expansion, Russian Ironclad, 116
  • May Weather, 736
  • Measurement of Cyclically Varying Temperatures, 805
  • Measurement of Latent Heats of Vapours, 89
  • Measurement of Ships, Tonnage, 789, 846
  • Mechanical Analogue of Thermal Equilibrium between Bodies in Contact, 286
  • Mechanical Engineers, American Society' of :
  • Trial of a Vertical Triple-Expansion Condensing Pumping Engine at the Treliton Water
  • Works, by Samuel Webber, 10
  • Tests on the Triple Engine at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, by Professor C. H. Peabody and E. P. Miller, 10. See 33
  • The Trial of the Leavitt Pumping Engine, by F. W. Dean, 10, 614. See 33
  • Changing the Suction System of a Pumping Engine at Taunton, Mass., by Mr. F. W. Dean, 33
  • Porter Engine, A New, by Mr. Charles T. Porter, 33. See 72, 77. See LETTERS
  • Stresses in the Rims and Rim Joints of Pulleys awl Flywheels, by Professor Gaetano Lanzo, 2. See 201, 203
  • An Experimental Study of the Effect of the Counterbalance in Locomotive Driving Wheels upon the Pressure between Wheel and Rail, by Professor F. M. Goss, 72, 421
  • Rustless Coating for Iron and Steel, by M. P. Wood, 73
  • Results of Measurements to Test the Accuracy of Small Throttling Calorimeters, by Professor D. S. Jacobus, 73
  • The Effect of Clearance on the Economy of Small Steam Engines, by Mr. G. W. Bissell, 73
  • RtlativJ Tests of Cast Iron, by Mr. W. J. Keep, 131, 161, 202
  • Notes on Steel Forging, 202
  • Straightening a Leaning Chimney, by Mr. Joseph C. Platt, 202
  • Drawing Office Appliances, by Mr. A. Wells Robinson, 202
  • Strength of Railway Car Axles, by L. S. Randolph, 203
  • Rail Pressures of Locomotive Driving Wheels, by D. L. Barnes, 203. See 72, 201
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of:
  • Report of the Council, 170
  • The Dryness of Steam, by Professor Unwin, 170, 25, 260, 294
  • Governing of Steam Engines by Throttling and by Variable Expansion, by Captain H. Riall Sankey, 192, 197, 256, 57, 568. See LETTERS
  • Spring Meeting, 549, 568
  • Annual Dinner, 672
  • Alloys Researc Committee Report, by Professor W. C. Roberts-Austen, 572, 742, 778, 811
  • The Elimination of Impurities during the Process of Making Best Selected Copper, by Mr. Allan Gibb, 572, 742, 778, 811
  • The Pyrometric Examination of Alloys of Copper and Tin, by Mr. Alfred Stansfield, 572, 42, 778, 811. See Techn•cal Research, 833
  • Mechanical Engineering Text-Book (Lineham), 61
  • Mechanics at the School of Mines, 546
  • Meneely Tubular Bearing (Siemens), 419. See 35. See LETTERS, Roller Bearings
  • Mersey Shipbuilding, 62, 119
  • Metacentric Height, 582, 770
  • Metal Corrosion by Sea Water, 350
  • Metal Mixers, 629, 682
  • Metal Price Diagram, 29, 120, 188, 352, 450, 586, 40
  • Meteorological Society, Royal:
  • Weather Fallacies, by Mr. R. Inwards, 89
  • The Gale of December 21 and 22, 1894, over the British Isles, Mr. C. Harding, 89
  • Thunderstorm and Squall of January 23, 241
  • Phenological Observations of 1894, 241
  • Motion of Clouds with Reference to Formation 71
  • The Frost of January and February, 1895, over the British Isles, 507
  • Some Ilints on Photographing Clouds, 507
  • November Floods of 1894 in the Thames Valley, by Mr. G. J. Symons and Mr. C. Chatterton, 646
  • On the Barometrical Changes Preceding and Accompanying the Heavy Rainfall of November, 1894, by Mr. F. J. Brodie, 646
  • Hourly Variation of Sunshine at Seven Stations in the British Isles, by Mr. R. H. Curtis, 806
  • The Frequency, Size, and Distribution of Hail at Sea, by Mr. H. Harries, 806
  • Metropolitan Bridge Management, 736
  • Metropolitan Water Supply, 281
  • Mexican Railway Locomotives (Neilson, Glasgow), 309, 373
  • Mexico, Drainage, Tequixquiac Tunnel, 270
  • Nlidland Railway Station Lighting, 478. See LETrEas, Cost of Electric Energy
  • Milker, Cow (Thistle Company, Glasgow), 830
  • Miller Automatic Flushing Syphon, 159. See Erratum, 179
  • Milling and Drilling Machines, Double-Geared (Ward, Birmingham), 603
  • Milling Machine, Four-Head (Messrs. Spencer, Manchester), 506
  • Mills, Steel Rolling. See Wishaw Works
  • Milton, Mr. J. T., on Steam Pipes, 452, 466. See LwrrEas, Pipes
  • Mine Firedamp Indicator, 286
  • Mine Haulage, Electrical, 339
  • Mines of Elba, 634
  • Mining, South African Diamond, 87, 404
  • Miscellanea, 15, 55, 81, 111, 149, 179, 218, 245, 79, 311, 343, 375, 409, 441, 475, 511, 543, 577, 07, 646, 678, 699, 731, 763, 805, 840
  • Mixers, Metal, 629, 682
  • Molecular Porosity of Alloys, 672, 742, 778, 811
  • Monistrol-Montserrat Railway, 54
  • Monsted's Margarine Factory, 445. See 486
  • Monte Salvatore Rack Railway, 199
  • Morison, Mr. D. B., on Evaporation, 454, 555
  • Mortar, Effect of Freezing Cement, 675
  • Mosaic Linoleum, 770
  • Motor, Schmidt (Schroder, Germany), 113, 391
  • Motor, A Theory- of the Synchronous, 675
  • Motor and Tramcar Equipment, 661
  • Motor Trials, Schmidt, 113, 391
  • Motor Trucks for Tramways, 693, 722, 751
  • Motors, Electric Tramway, 505, 531, 566
  • Motors for Machine Driving, Electric, 705
  • Moulding, Foundry Practice, 533, 657
  • Mountain Guns, Nordenfelt. See .Norclerkfelt
  • Mountain Railway, Sumatra, 495, 595
  • Mountain Railways. See Railways
  • Mountings, Gun. See Nordenfelt
  • Mounts, Nordenfelt, Battery and Naval, 336
  • Napier's Side Lever Engines of Early Atlantic Steamers, 175. See Lwrrims, Engines, &c.
  • Naphtha Industry of Grosnoje, 122
  • Naphtha Residues, 155
  • Narbonne-Bordeaux Canal, 350
  • Narrow-Gauge Locomotive (W. G. Bagnall and Co., Stafford), 741
  • Narrow-Gauge Railway Cars (Gloucester Company), 727
  • Naval Architects, the Institution of: 80. See LETTER, 806
  • Address by the Chairman, the Right Lord Brassey, K.C.B., 446 Wimshurst Heel Indicator, by Mr. B. Martell.. 46. See 582.
  • Notes on Further Experience with First-class Battleships, by Sir William White, 439, 447, 87. See Erratum, 492
  • The Elements of Force in a Warship, by ViceAdmiral P. H. Colomb, 447, 463. See LETTERS
  • On Steam Pipes, by Mr. J. T. Milton, 452, 466. See LETTERS
  • Light Draught River Steamers, by Mr. George Rickard, 468. See LETTEas
  • On Solid Stream Forms and the Depth of Water Necessary to Avoid Abnormal Resistance of Ships, by Mr. D. W. Taylor, 489, 497
  • On the Method of Initial Condensation and Heat Waste in Steam Engine Cylinders, by Professor R. H. Thurston, 497
  • Description of an Aluminium Torpedo-Boat Built for the French Government, by Mr. A. F. Yarrow, 470, 498
  • On Vibrations of Higher Order in Steamers, and on Torsonial Vibrations, by Herr Otto Schlick, 499, 524
  • On the Vibrations of Ships and Engines, by Mr. W. Mallock, 499, 522
  • On a Method of Preventing Vibrations in Marine Engines, by Mr. Mark Robinson and Captain Sankey, 499, 557. See Lwrrzas,
  • Balancing Engines On the Transverse Stability of Floating Vessels Containing Liquids, with Special Reference to Ships Carrying Oil in Bulk, by Mr. W. II6k, 502, 652
  • Induced Draught as a Means for Developing the Power of Marine Boilers, by Mr. W. A. Martin, 492, 502
  • Paris Meeting, 585, 702, 768, 789. See LETTER, 06
  • Presidential Address, 768
  • The Amplitude of Rolling on a Non-Synchronous Wave, by Monsieur Emile Bertin, Directeur des Constructions Navales, 769, 810
  • On Wood and Copper Sheathing for Steel Ships, by Sir William White, 769, 813, 842
  • The M. G. Meter, by Mr. Archibald Denny, 770
  • On the Utility of Making the Calculation of the Total External Volume of Ships, and of Drawing out the Complete Scale of Solidity, from the Triple Point of View of Tonnage Laws, Stability, and Load Line, by Monsieur V. Daymard, 789, 846
  • On Light Scantling Steamers, by Mr. B. Martell, 790. See 468 and LETTERS
  • On Coupling Boilers of Different Systems, by Monsieur Pierre Sigaudy, 792
  • On the Cost of Warships, by Dr. Francis Elgar, 93
  • On Some Necessary Conditions for Resisting Intense Firing in Water-Tube Boilers, by Monsieur Augustin Normand, 796
  • On the Niclausse Boiler, by Mr. Mark Robinson, 96
  • Concluding Proceedings, 796
  • Farewell Address to Lord Brassey, 796
  • Visits and Excursions, 796
  • Naval Architecture Science Classes, 709
  • Naval Defence Vessels, Cost of, 215. See 793
  • Naval Estimates, 151, 318, 345, 377
  • Naval Manoeuvres, 283
  • Naval Mounts, Nordenfelt, 336
  • Naval Ordnance, Development, 641
  • Naval Tactics, 331
  • Naval Works, 513
  • Navy. See also Warships
  • Navy Assistant Engineers, 417, 520, 649, 710
  • Navy Boilers and Induced Draught, 492, 502. See LETTERS
  • Navy Engineers, 345, 377
  • Navy Programme, 161, 318, 345, 877
  • Navy, Review of Commander Robinson's Book,401
  • Navy Water-Tube Boilers in Parliament, 679. See LwrrEas, Boilers, dee.
  • Nebraska City Bridge (Union Bridge Company, Athens, Pa.), 43, 103
  • Neilson, Glasgow, Locomotives for Mexican Railway, 309, 373
  • New Gordon Diamond Mine Pulverising Plant, 04
  • New South Wales Railway, 249
  • New York Central Railroad Bridge over Haarlem, 347
  • "New York," Cruiser, Disengaging Coupling, 635
  • Niclausse Water-Tube Boiler, 796
  • Nitrous Oxide and Ethane Mixture, Condensation, &c. 712
  • Nordenfelt Guns and Mounts :
  • Armoured Turrets for Coast Defence, 369, 399 62
  • Battery Mounts, 336
  • Breech Mechanism, 302
  • Calibre, &c., of Nordenfelt Guns, 206, 240, 272
  • Caponniere Mounting for 57-Millimetre Quick' Firing Gun, 303
  • Coast Defence, Armoured Turrets, 369, 399, 46'2
  • Comparison between Nordenfelt and Service Field Guns of several Nations, 240
  • Comparison between Modern Standard Systems of Quick-Firing Field Guns (2.95 In.), 274
  • Composition of Battery, 274
  • Dimensions, Weights, &c., 75 - Millimetre Mountain Gun, 206
  • Dimensions, Weights, &o., 47 - Millimetre Mountain Gun, 206
  • Dimensions, Weights, &c., 75-Millimetre Fielt Gun, Heavy Type, 272
  • Dimensions, Weights, &c., 75-Millimetre Piet Gun, Light Type, 273
  • Dimensions, Weights, Srm., Carriages, Limbers and Ammunition Wagons, 273
  • Dimensions, Weights, &c., Ammunition for Field Guns, 273
  • Dimensions, Weights, &c., 57-Millimetre QuickFiring Siege Gun, 336. See 399
  • Dimensions, Weights, &c., Fortification, Siege, and Naval Quick-Firing Guns, 338. See 369, 99
  • Field Guns, 205, 237, 271
  • Howitzer, 12-Centimetre, in Armoured Turrets. 99
  • Mounts, Battery and Naval, 336
  • Naval Mounts, 336
  • Quick-Firing Guns, 303, 336, 338
  • Siege Guns, 336. See Armoured Turrets
  • Thorsten Nordenfelt, 203
  • Turrets, Coast Defence, Armoured, 369, 399, 62
  • North-Eastern Railway Express Locomotive, 146
  • North-Eastern Steel Company's Metal Mixers, 29, 682
  • North of England Mining Institution, Explosive
  • Tests, 84. See 675
  • North German Lloyd, 156. See LETTER
  • North German Lloyd Liners " Prinz Heinrich and " Prinz Regent Luitpold " (Schichau), 338. See LETTERS
  • Northallerton Railway Smash, 95, 155. See LETTER
  • North Russian Railways, 185
  • North Sea-Baltic Cau al. (See also Next Volume)
  • BrunsbUttel Locks, 783, 817
  • Commercial Aspect, 686
  • Capstans. Hydraulic, 818
  • Culvert Sluice and Gear, 818
  • Gates, Lock, 783, 817
  • General Dispositions, Labourers, &c., 687
  • General Features of the Canal, 717
  • Holtenau Locks, 749, 783, 817
  • Hydraulic Capstans, 818
  • Hydraulic Machinery for the Locks, 784, 817
  • Introduction, 614, 685
  • Lock Gates, 783, 817
  • Rendsburg Locks, 783, 817
  • Sand Dams and Banks, 719, 783
  • Notes from Cleveland, 13, 46, 80, 110, 148, 178, 11, 244, 277, 310, 342, 373, 407, 449, 474, 510, 42, 576, 606, 636, 668, 706, 730, 762, 804, 839
  • Notes, Foreign and Colonial, 14, 626, 669
  • Notes from the North, 47, 80, 110, 148, 178, 210, 44, 278, 310, 340, 374, 408, 449, 474, 509, 542, 04, 637, 668, 706, 728, 761, 803, 838
  • Notes from the South-West, 14, 46, 80, 110, 149, 78, 211, 244, 278, 311, 342, 374, 408, 449, 475, 10, 542, 676, 606, 636, 669, 7t6, 730, 762, 804, 39
  • Notes from South Yorkshire, 13, 46, 79, 110, 149, 78, 241, 277, 310, 342, 374, 407, 449, 474, 510, 42, 576, 606, 636, 669, 706, 730, 762, 803, 839
  • Notes from the United States, 46, 116, 156, 217, 41, 276, 319, 338, 373, 439, 609, 550, 580, 604, 36, 668, 705, 727, 760, 803, 838
  • November Floods of 1894 in Thames Valley, 646

Obituary :

  • Objective Reality of Combination Tones, 421
  • Ocean Steamships, 129. See 122
  • Oerlikon Motors, 567
  • Oil Carrying Steamers, Stability of, 502, 652
  • Oil Engine, Dawson High-Speed, 79
  • Oil Engines, 827. See Agricultural Show
  • Oil Filter, Sentinel (Alley and Maclellan), 776
  • Oil Launches, 155, 251
  • Oil Separator, McDougall's (Haigh, Oldham), 321
  • Old Age Pensions, 443
  • Ordnance, Naval, Development of, 641
  • Ore Roasting Furnace, Continuous (Fraser and Chalmers, Chicago), 276
  • Organisation of Railway Services, 714
  • Origin of Passenger Traffic on Railways, 614
  • Otis Hydraulic Elevators, Glasgow Harbour Tunnel, 691, 757, 819
  • Ottewell Sight Feed Lubricator (Smith and Co., Derby), 678
  • Outrigger, Saunders' Folding, 439
  • Overhead Tramway Conductors, Construction, 02, 335, 363, 400, 436
  • Owen, The Late Mr. G. Wells, 286
  • Oxygen Cylinders, Explosion of, 405, 479. See LETTERS
  • Oxygen Gas Cylinders, Brier's Testing Apparatus, 53
  • Packing, "Trisect," Piston-Rod, 277
  • Paget, The Late M r. Arthur, 436
  • Paris Drainage Works, 529. See LETTERS, Clichy Syphon
  • Paris Exhibition, 1900, 60, 190, 378, 480, 611
  • Paris, Underground Railway in, 101
  • Parliament and Light Railways, 181, 313, 323, 81. See LErrmas, Light Railways
  • Parliament, Shipping and, 118
  • Parliament and Water-Tube Boilers, 579. See LETTERS, Boilers, cte.
  • Passenger Locomotive, Mexican Railway (Neilson, Glasgow), 309. See 373
  • Passenger Traffic on Railways, Origin, 614
  • Passengers, Transatlantic, 155
  • Patent Bill, 477, 514, 547, 584. See LETTERS
  • Patent Office Library, 261
  • Patent Record, 31, 65, 99, 133, 163, 195, 229, 263, 95, 327, 359, 393, 425, 457, 493, 527, 561, 593, 21, 655, 683, 715, 747, 7b1, 815, 847
  • Patents, American, 802
  • Penn's Engines and Water-Tube Boiler for Hydraulic Lifeboat, 77. See LETTERS, Lifeboat
  • Pennsylvania Railroad, Fast Run, 636. See LETTERS, Railway Bunning
  • Penny, A. and Co., Indian Light Railway Rolling Stock, 406
  • Pensions, Old Age, 443
  • Permanent Way, Tramway, 167, 231
  • Permeability of Metals, 233. See LETTEns
  • Peru, Irrigation in, 297, 395. 460
  • Petroleum. See also Oil
  • Petroleum Residues, 155
  • Petroleum Road Engines, 800
  • Phenological Observations in 1894, 241
  • Phillips' Chemical Balance. 771
  • Physical Society
  • The Measurement of Latent Heats of Vaporisation of Various Organic Liquids, by Professor Ramsay and Miss D. Marshall, 89
  • On the Influence of the Dimensions of a Body on the Thermal Emission from its Surface, by Mr. A. W. Porter, 89
  • On the Passage of an Oscillator Wave-Train through a Plate of Conducting Dielectric, by Mr. G. U. Yule, 89
  • Tests of Glow Lamps, by Professor Ayrton and Mr. Medley, 156
  • On the Temperature of Maximum Density of Water and its Coefficient of Expansion in the Neighbourhood of this Temperature, by Professor Anderson and Mr. J. A. McCleland, 56
  • Annual Meeting, 207
  • An Exhibition of Simple Apparatus, by Mr. W. B. Croft, 207
  • On the Tin Chromic Chloride Cell, by Mr. S. Skinner, 207
  • The Mechanical Analogue of Thermal Equilibrium between Bodies in Contact, by Mr. G. H. Bryan, 268
  • On the Application of the Determinantal Relation to the Kinetic Theory of Polyatomic Gases, 287
  • Heliostat and Siderostats, by Dr. Johnstone Stoney, 339
  • A Simple Form of Harmonic Analyser, by Mr. G. U. Yule, 339
  • The Energy Movements in the Medium Separating Electrified or Gravitating Particles, by Mr. H. N. Allen, 339
  • On the Objective Reality of Combination Tones, by Professor A. W. .Rticker and Mr. E. Edser, 421
  • Some Acoustical Experiments, by Dr. C. V. Burton, 421
  • A Neglected Experiment of Ampere, by Professor S. P. Thompson, 575
  • A Theory of the Synchronous Motor, by Mr. W. G. Rhodes, 575
  • On a Simple Graphical Interpretation of the Determinantal Relation of Dynamics, by Mr. Bryan, 675
  • The Iodine Voltameter, by Mr. Herroun, 680
  • A New Method of Harmonic Anal) sis, by Mr. A. Sharp,680
  • On the Codensation and the Critical Phenomena of Mixtures of Ethane and Nitrous Oxide, by Dr. Kuenen, 712
  • The Measurement of Cyclically Varying Temperatures, by Mr. Burstall, 805
  • The Thermal Constants of the Elements, by Mr. N. T. Deerr, 805
  • Physics, Foundations of, 443. See LETTERS,
  • Conservation of Energy
  • Pickerings, Limited (Stockton-on-Tees), Hoists, 30
  • Pier, Destruction of New Holland, 85
  • Pimlico Railway Bridge, 367
  • Pipe Syphons in Stream Beds, 529. See LETTERS,
  • Clichy Syphon
  • Pipes, Steam, 452, 466. See LETTERS
  • Pistol, Borchardt Repeating (Ludwig Loewe and Co. Berlin), 667
  • Piston and Connecting Rod Acceleration Diagram, 587, 616, 711, 773. See also 499, 557
  • Piston-Rod Packing, " Trisect," 277
  • Planing Machine for Venetian Blind Laths (Robinson, Rochdale), 189
  • Plate - Bending Rolls (Rushworth, Sowerby Bridge), 12
  • Plate-Shearing Machine (Crow, Harvey, and Co., Glasgow), 822
  • Plate-Straightening Machine (H. Smith and Co., Glasgow), 822
  • Plocq, M., on Brakes for Light Railways, 745
  • Plough, Deep Cultivating and Aerating, Balance (Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies), 829
  • Pneumatic Pyrometer, 208
  • Pneumatic Tunnel Driving, 166, 206, 396, 529, 59E
  • Pointsman's Check, Lord and Lesson's, 79
  • Poles and Trolley Wire Erection, Cost of, 436
  • Pompeiian Boiler, 57
  • Port of London, 50
  • Portable Electric Drilling Machine, Kodolitsch's, 66
  • Portable Engines. See Agriciatural Show
  • Portable Railways for Works and Factories, 388
  • Porter Engine, 33, 72, 77. See LETTERS
  • Portland Cement Manufacture. See Cement
  • Portsmouth, Electric Energy, Cost, 53
  • Post Office Telegraphy in Britain, 51
  • Potato Digger, Rotary (Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies), 829
  • Potato Raiser (Messrs. Haslam and Maudsley, Liverpool), 830
  • Potato Raiser (Mr. W. J. Burgess, Lynn), 830
  • Powder, Flameless, 84. See 675
  • Power Absorbed by Rope and Belt Transmission, 13
  • Power from Coal in Different Countries, 609
  • Power Consumed by Various Tramway Motor Cars, 531. See 566
  • Power Stamping and Coining Presses (Ferracute Company, New Jersey), 507
  • Power Transmission in Italy, Electric, 354
  • Preller, Mr. C. S. Du Riche, on Electric Cable Railways, 137, 199, 266, 331
  • Preller, Mr. C. S. Dn Riche, on St. Gothard Mountain Railway, 6, 38, 68. See LETTERS
  • Premier Cycle Works, Coventry, 361, 429. See LETTERS, Cyclei
  • Preparation of Titanium,285
  • Preservation of Timber,
  • Press Summary, Technical, 546
  • Presses, Power Stamping and Coining (Ferracute Company, New Jersey), 507
  • "Prinz Heinrich," Engines of North German, Lloyd Liner (Schichau), 338. See LETTERS, Engines, &c.
  • " Prinz Regent Luitpold," Engines of North German Lloyd Liner (Schichau), 328. See LETTERS, Eilgi/VS, &C.
  • Prison Labour, 247. See LErrzas
  • Producers, Gas, Siemens, Furnaces, Wishaw Works, 535.
  • Progress of Electric and other Tramways, 2
  • Propagation of Magnetism in Iron, 283. See Erratum, 311
  • Protected Deck Cruiser " Terrible" (Thomson, Limited, Clydebank), 664, 695, 725, 822. See LErrmits, Armour Protection
  • Pulleys, Strains on, 72, 201
  • Pulverising Diamondiferous Earth, 404
  • Pumping Engine, Economic, 614
  • Pumping Engines, Haarlem Meer Drainage (Gwynne's), 298. See Addendum, 343
  • Pumping Engines, Tests of Leavitt, &c., 10, 614. See 33
  • Pumping Plant, Wishaw Steel Works, 822
  • Pumping at Tunnel Works, Glasgow, 691. See 98, 757, 819
  • Pumps, Hydraulic (Glasgow Harbour Tunnel), 91. See 598, 757, 819
  • Pumps, Hydraulic, North Sea Canal (Mr. C. Hoppe, Berlin), 784, 817
  • Purification, Sewage, 22
  • Putney Bridge, Old and New, 624
  • Pyrometer, Pneumatic, 208
  • Pyrometric Examinaton of the Alloys of Copper and Tin, 572. See 742, 778, 811
  • Pyrometrio Experiments with Alloys, 572, 742. 78, 811
  • Quadruple-Expansion Engines, T.•S.S. "St Louis " (Cramp, Philadelphia), 766, 800, 835
  • Quadruple Flashing Dioptric Apparatus (Mr. W T. Douglas, London), 575
  • Quick-Firing Guns, 303, 336, 338
  • Racing Cutters and the America Cup, 481
  • Rack Railway Locomotive, Sumatra, 590
  • Rack Railway, Sumatra, 495, 595
  • Rack Railways. See also Railways
  • Rail Pressures of Locomotive Driving Wheels, 2, 203
  • Railroad Speed, Pennsylvania, 036. See LETTERS, Railway Running
  • Rails and Formation for Tramways, 167, 231
  • Railway Accidents. See Accidents
  • Railway Appliance Exhibition, 734. See LETTERS, signalling &c.
  • Railway, Ballasting Cars on the Great Western (Rodgers'), 838
  • Railway Brake, Westinghouse Quick-Acting, 702
  • Railway, Brakes for Light, 745
  • Railway, Brighton, Widening into Victoria, 27
  • Railway Car Axles, Strength of, 203
  • Railway Car Coupler, Gould British, 797
  • Railway Car Wheels, 203, 233, 761
  • Railway Cars, Narrow-Gauge (Gloucester Co ), 27
  • Railway Construction in Britain, 284
  • Railway Crossings, 288, 320, 352, 384, 417
  • Railway Development in India, 53, 834
  • Railway Fares, Revision of South-Eastern and Chatham, 49, 645. See LEITERS
  • Railway, Guinness' Brewery, 390
  • Railway 24 Hours Clock Dial, 776
  • Railway Jacks, Robinson and Norton's, 91
  • Railway, Lancashire, Derbyshire, and East Coast, 70
  • Railway, Light, Rolling Stock, 331, 406, 727, 741, 28
  • Railway Location and Construction in Western America, 738
  • Railway, Mexican, 309, 373
  • Railway, Monistrol-Montserrat, 5'
  • Railway, Mountain, Usui, 54
  • Railway in Paris, Underground, 101
  • Railway Permanent Way and Signalling, 734. See LETTERS, Signatling,
  • Railway Permanent Way, South-Eastern, 807
  • Railway Rates Decision, 515, 645
  • Railway, St. Gothard Mountain, 6, 38, 54, 68. See LETTERS.
  • Railway Congress. International 45, 802. See Erratum, 669
  • Brakes for Light Railways, by M. Plocq, 745
  • The Organisation of Railway Services, by G. Duca, 714
  • Railway Appliances Exhibition, 734
  • The 24-Hours Day, by MM. Scolari and Rocca, 776
  • Working Light Railways, by Mr. W. M. Acworth, 809
  • Opening of the Congress, 838
  • Boilers, Fireboxes, and Tubes, by Mr. Edward Sauvage, 844
  • Railway Servants, French, 17
  • Railway Services, Organisation of, 714
  • Railway, Siberian, 8i
  • Railway Signal Wire Carriers, Charrington (Saxhy and Farmer, Limited), 419
  • Railway Signalling. See Signalling
  • Railway, Stanzerhorn Mountain, 54, 266
  • Railway Station, St. Louis, 563, 634, 689
  • Railway Trains, Unpunctuality, 518
  • Railway Trains, Workmen's, 765
  • Railways, Belgian, 723
  • Railways, Electric and Cable, 137, 199, 266, 331
  • Railways, French, and the State, 411. LETTERS
  • Railways, Light, in Geneva, 217
  • Railways, Light, and Parliament, 181, 315, 323 81. See LETTERS
  • Railways in London, Underground, 292
  • Railways, Mountain and Rack, 6, 38, 54, 68, 137,, 99, 266, 331, 495,595
  • Railways, New South Wales and Colonial, 249
  • Railways, North Russian, 185
  • Railways, Origin of Passenger Traffic on, 614
  • Railways, Portable, for Works and Factories, 388
  • Railways, Scotch, and Coal Strike, 415. See 53
  • Railways, Street. See Tramways or Electric Traction
  • Railways, Sumatra State, 495, 595
  • Railways, Working Light, 809
  • Ransome, and Co., Allen, Limited, Landis Horizontal Log Band Saw, 438
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jeferies, Limited, Ipswich, Agricultural Implements, 829
  • Receiver, Explosion of a Steam, 387
  • Reclamation of Land at the Zuider Zee, 67
  • Reducing Valve, Steam, H.M.S. " Terrible," 823
  • Regenerative Armature and Short Air-Space Dynamo, 316, 325. See Erratum, 343
  • Regulation of Steam Engines, Electrical, 206
  • Regulator, Brake Pressure, 12
  • Regulators of Speed and Saving of Power, 599
  • Relaying the Great Western Railway and Rodgers' Ballasting, 838
  • Reliance Engine (Carter Brothers, Billingshurst), 27
  • Rendsburg Locks, 783, 817
  • Repeating Pistols, Borchardt (Ludwig Loewe and Co., Berlin), 667
  • Reservoir Failure in France, 583, 586, 645
  • Return Circuits, 197, 231
  • Reuse's Cigar-Making Machine, 506
  • Richards, Limited, Manchester, Multiple Drilling Machine, 00
  • Richards' Turning and Boring Mill, 388
  • Richmond Bridge of London and South-Western Railway, 833
  • Richmond Weir Bridge, 835
  • Rings, Strength of, 418
  • River Steamers (Light Draught), 468, 790. See LETTERS, Light Draught Steamers
  • Riveting Plant, Travelling Hydraulic (Tweddell), 03
  • Road Locomotion, 800
  • Road Tritction Engines. See Agricultural Show
  • Roberts-Austen, Professor, on Alloys, 672, 742, 78, 811
  • Robey, Triple-Expansion Vertical Engines, 539
  • Robinson,Mr. Mark, on Vibrations of Engines, 99, 557. See 622, 524. See LErrints, Balancing Engines
  • Robinson, Mr. Mark, on the Winans Engine, 642, 03. See LETTERS, Willaps Engine
  • Robinson and Norton's Railway Jacks, 91
  • Robinson, Rochdale, Planing Machine for Venetian Blind Laths, 189
  • Rocca and Scolari, MM., on 24 Hours Day, 770
  • "Rocket," Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Thomson, Limited, Clydebank), 321, 392
  • Rocks, Water from Crystalline, 014
  • Rodgers' Ballasting Cars on the Great Western, 38
  • Roller Bearings, Mtneely (Siemens), 419. See 35. See LETTERS
  • Rolling and Declining Angles of Battleships, 39, 447, 487, 769, 810. See Erratum, 492
  • Rolling Indicator for Ships, 447, 582
  • Rolling Mill Engines (Crow, Harvey, and Co. Glasgow), 623
  • Rolling Mill Engines, Glasgow Works (D. Stewart and Co., Glasgow), 635. See 623
  • Rolling Mills at Wishaw, 623, 765
  • Rolling of Ships, 439, 447, 769, 810
  • Rolling Stock for Light Railways, 331, 406, 727, 41, 828
  • Rolling Stock, Railway, 734. See LETTERS, Sig&c.
  • Rolling Stock, Stans Light Electric Railway, 331
  • Rolls, Plate-Bending (Rushworth, Sowerby Bridge), 12
  • Root's Engine (Clarke's Crank and Forge Company, Limited, Lincoln), 826
  • Rope and Belt Transmission, Power Absorbed 413
  • Rowing Outrigger, Saunders' Folding, 439
  • Royal Engineers and Public Works, 799
  • Royal Engineers, Reorganisation, 379. See LETTERS
  • Royal Indian Engineering College1 Cooper's Hill, 01
  • Royal Institution, 121, 348
  • Royal Society Soirde, 531, 767
  • Royal United Service Institution Exhibition, ]54
  • Rushworth, Sowerby Bridge, Plate-Bending Rolls, 2
  • Russia, Gold in, 549
  • Russian Ironclad " Admiral Oushakof!," Machinery (Maudslay), 116
  • Russian Naphtha Industry, 122
  • Russian Railways, North, 185
  • Rust of Iron and Steel, 73, 182
  • Rust of Metals in Sea Water, 182, 850
  • Rust, Protection against, 73
  • Ruston, Proctor, and Co., Traction Engines, 828
  • Safety Explosives, 84, 075
  • Safety Grips, Otis Elevator, Glasgow Tunnel, 819. See 691, 757
  • Safety Valve for Domestic Boilers (Keith's), 776
  • Safety Valves, Fowler's (Meldrum, Manchester), 25
  • Sag of Trolley and other Wires for Tramways, Tables Giving, 400
  • St. Gothard Mountain Railway, 6, 38, 54, 68. See LETTERS
  • " St. Louis," American Line T.-S.S. (Cramp, Philadelphia), 766, 800, 835
  • St. Louis Union Terminal Station, 563, 634, 689
  • St. Paul's Bridge (London, Chatham, and Dover Railway), 141
  • Sand Blast Plant, Portable (Campbell Gas Engine Company) (LETTHR), 353
  • Sankey, Captain H. Riall, on Governing Steam Engines, 192, 197, 256. See LErrgas, 357, 568, 07
  • Sankey, Captain, on Vibrations of Engines, 499, 57. See 522. See LErritas, Balancing Engines, 524
  • Saunders' Folding Outrigger, 439
  • Sauvage, M. Edward, on Locomotive Boilers, 844
  • Saw, Landis Horizontal Log Band (A. Ransome and Co., Limited), 438
  • Saxby and Farmer (Limited), Charrington's Signal Wire Carriers, 419
  • Sayers, Mr. W. B., on Reversible Regenerative Armatures and Short Air-Space Dynamo, 315, 25. See Erratum, 343
  • Schichau, Elbing, Marine Engines, North German Lloyd's, 338. See Unitas, Engines
  • Schlick, Herr Otto, on Vibrations of Ships, 499, 24. See 522, 557
  • Schmidt Motor (Schroder, Germany), 113
  • Schmidt Motor Trials, 113, 391
  • School of Mines, Mechanics at the, 546
  • SchrUder, Professor M., on Trials of Schmidt Motor, 113, 391
  • Schwoerer Superheater, 404
  • Science and Art Department, Payment by Inspection, 152
  • Science Classes, Naval Architecture, 709
  • Scientific and Technical Societies, 733
  • Scolari and Rocca, MM., on 24-Hours Day, 776
  • Scotch Coal Strike and the Railways, 53, 415
  • Scotch and Irish Companies, Brier's Testing Apparatus for High-Pressure Gas Cylinders, 553
  • Scotch Iron and the Loss by Strikes, 53, 415
  • Scotch Shipbuilding, 91, 92, 119, 285, 516
  • Scott, Halifax, Duplex High-Speed Gas Engines, 28
  • Screw Propellers of Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, 37. See 444, 485, 671
  • Screw Threads, French Standard, 546
  • Seamen's Colour-Blindness, 286
  • Sentinel Oil Filter (Alley and Maclellan), 776
  • Separator, McDougall's Oil (Haigh, Oldham), 321
  • Sewage Disposal (Paris), 529. See LETITRS, Clichy Syphoit
  • Sewage Purification, 22
  • Shaft Bearing, 439
  • Shaft Governor for Compound Steam Engine, 828
  • Shaft Sinking. See Blackwall Tunnel
  • Shaft Sinking fOr Tequixquaic Tunnel, 270
  • "Shark," Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Thomson, Limited, Clydebank), 321, 392
  • Shearing and Straightening, Plate, Machine at Wishaw, 822
  • Sheathing Ships, 769, 813, 842
  • Shield for Blaekwall Tunnel, 396
  • Shields, Air, for Tunnelling, 166, 390, 598
  • Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering in 1894, 5, 61, 91, 119, 285, 516
  • Shipping, Japanese, 640
  • Shipping in Parliament, 118
  • Shipping and Shipbuilding, 25, 61, 91, 119, 285, 16
  • Ships. See also Steamers
  • Ships' Bulkheads, 216
  • Ships' Metacentric Height, 582, 770
  • Ships' Resistance, Stream Forms and, 489, 497
  • Ships, Rolling of, 439, 447, 487, 769, 810
  • Ships, Sheathing of, 769, 813, 842
  • Ships' Turrets, Electricity for Working (Forges et Chantiers), 19, 35, 69, 104, 136. See Lamm
  • Ships, Volume of, 789, 846
  • Shipwrecks, Three Months', 448, 516
  • Siberian Railway, 88
  • Side Lever Engines of Early Atlantic Steamers 76. See LETTERS, Engines
  • Siderostats and Heliostats, 339
  • Siege Guns. See Armoured 7 urrets
  • Siemens Furnaces, Wishaw Works, 535. See 623
  • Sifter, Pendulum Plane (Mr. Harrison Carter, Dunstable), 831
  • Sight Feed Cylinder Lubricator (Smith and Co , Derby), 678
  • Signal Wire Carriers, Charrington's (Saxby and Farmer, Limited), 419
  • Signalling, Lord and Leason's Pointsman's Check, 79
  • Signalling, Railway, 734. See LETTERS
  • Simpson and Co., J., Schwoerer Superheater, 404
  • Sinking Caisson, Blackwall Tunnel, 329, 396
  • Size and Weights of Poles for Overhead Coriductors, 400
  • Slab Mills at Wishaw, 623
  • Slab Shears at Wishaw (Buckton, Leeds), 623
  • Smashes, Railway. See Accidents
  • Smethwick, Boiler Explosion at, 707
  • Smith and Co., Derby, Ottewell Sight-Feed Lubricator, 678
  • Smith and Co., H., Plate-Straightening Machine, 22
  • Smoke Prevention in Germany, 481
  • Societies, Scientific and Technical, 733
  • Society of Arts :
  • Acetylene as an Illuminant and Gas Enricher, by Professor V. B. Lewes, 88
  • An Introduction to the Labour Questions in the Colonies, America, and Foreign Countries, by Mr. Geoffrey Drage, 214
  • Indian Railways, by Mr. J. W. Parry, 834
  • Society of Engineers, 217
  • Sound, Standard of, 774
  • South African Diamond Mining, 87
  • South-Eastern Permanent Way, 807
  • South-Eastern and Chatham Railway Fare Revision, 49, 645. See Limnos, Pass -ngers, dec. Southampton Railway Rates, 515, 645
  • Southwark Bridge, 140. See LETTERS, Cast-lron Bridges
  • Spanish Cruiser " Emperador Carlos V.," 371
  • Spanish Cruiser " Infanta Maria Teresa," Gun Trials, 727
  • Spectrum, Artificial, or New Colour Top, 381 18. See 'Awns
  • Speed, Influence of Depth of Water on, 489, 497
  • Speed on Pennsylvania Railroad, 636. See LETTERS, Railway Running
  • Speed Regulator on Tramways, 599
  • Speed of Warships, 123, 222, 254 Spence-Doulton Electric Light Main, 88
  • Spencer, Manchester, Four-Head Milling Machine, 506
  • Stability of Oil-Carrying Steamers, 502, 652
  • Stamping and Coining Presses, Power (Ferracute Company, N.J.), 507
  • Standard of Sound, 774
  • Stans Light Electric Railway, 331
  • Stansfield, Mr. Alfred, on Pyrometric Examinations of Alloys of Copper and Tin, 572, 742, 78, 811
  • Stanzerhorn Mountain Railway, 54, 266
  • State, French, and Railways, 411. See LErrEits
  • Static Friction of Wood on Wood, 704
  • Statically Indeterminate Structures, 21, 135, 334. See LETTERS
  • Station, St. Louis Union Terminal, 563, 634, 689
  • Stead, Mr. J. E., on Arsenic in Steel, 629
  • Steam, Dryness of. 170, 225, 260, 294
  • Steam Engines, 826
  • Steam Launches, 155, 251
  • Steam Lifeboats (Green and Penn), 77. See LETTERS
  • Steam Pipes, 452, 466, 677. See LETTERS
  • Steam Receiver, Explosion of, 387
  • Steam-Reducing Valve, H.M.S. " Terrible," 823
  • Steam, Superheating, 113, 170, 225, 260, 391, 404, 24, 425
  • Steam Tramways in Italy, 675
  • Steamer " St. Louis," American T.-S.S. (Cramp, Philadelphia), 766, 800, 835
  • Steamers. See also Ships
  • Steamers, German Early Atlantic, 383
  • Steamers, Light Draught, 468, 790. See LETTERS
  • Steamers, Light Scantling, 468, 790
  • Steamers, Oil-Carrying, Stability of, 602, 652
  • Steamers, T.-S.SS., ` Columbia" and " Alma" (Thomson, Limited, Clydebank), 209, 275
  • Steamers, Vibrations of Engines and, 499, 522, 24, 557. See LETTERS, Balancing
  • Steamship Company, North German Lloyd, 156. See LETTERS
  • Steamships, Ocean, 129. See 122
  • Steel, Arsenic in, 629
  • Steel, Boron, 585
  • Steel Corrosion by Sea Water, 350
  • Steel Forzings, 202
  • Steel Foundry, Hadfield's, 165, 233. See LETTERS, Magnetic Permeability, &c.
  • Steel and Iron Corrosion, 182, 350
  • Steel and Iron Trade Retrospect and Foreign Competition, 628, 639
  • Steel and Iron, Yield Point, 380
  • Steel Manufacture. See Wishaw Works
  • Steel Production, Wishaw Works, 535. See 623
  • Steering Gear, American Liner "St. Louis," 35
  • Stewart and Co., D., Glasgow, Rolling Mill EnFines, Wishaw Works, 535. See 623
  • Stirling Water-Tube Boiler, Wishaw Works, 822
  • Stone-Breaker (Mr. H. R. Marsden), 831
  • Stourbridge Boiler Explosion, 115
  • Straight Edges, Production of, 518
  • Straightening a Leaning Chimney, 202
  • Strains on Pulleys, 72, 201
  • Strategy, Naval, 331
  • Stream Forms and Ships' Resistance, 489, 497
  • Street Railway. See Electric Traction and Tramway
  • Strength of Columns, 482
  • Strength of Railway Car Axles, 203
  • Strength of Rings, 418
  • Strength of Rolled Joists, 484
  • Stresses in Bridge Members, True, 738
  • Stresses, Statically Indeterminate Structures and Least Work, 21, 135, 334. See LETTERS
  • Stresses on Pulleys, 72, 201
  • Strike in Boot Trade, 482
  • Strike, Scotch Coal, and Railways, 415
  • Strike, Scotch Iron, and the Loss by, 53
  • Strikes, Conciliation Bill, 346
  • Subaqueous Tunnelling, Blackwall, Thames, 396
  • Submarine Telegraph Companies, 252
  • Suction System, Changing, in Pumps, 33. See 0
  • Sugar Converter Explosion, 29
  • Sugar Machinery, Electrically Driven Centrifugal (Berlin), 78
  • Sulphate of Ammonia Recovery Plant, Wishaw Iron Works, 427. See 535, 623
  • Sumatra State Railways, 495, 695
  • Sunshine Variations at British Stations, 800
  • Superheater and Boiler, Trials of Schmidt, 113, 391
  • Superheater, McPhail's, 424, 425
  • Superheater, Schwoerer, 404
  • Superheating Steam, 170, 225, 260, 294, 424, 425
  • "Surly," Torpedo - Boat Destroyer (Thomson, Limited, Clydebank), 321, 392
  • Surplus of Shipping, 285. See Shipbuilding
  • Sweating in Drawing Offices, 049, 710, 739, 806
  • Swiss Locomotives for Mountain Railways, 38.
  • See 6, 68. See LETTERS, Locomotives
  • Switchboard, Telephone, 153
  • Synchronous Motor, A Theory of the, 575
  • Syphon, Miller Automatic Flushing, 169. See Erratum, 179
  • Sypnons, Air Vessels for Rising, 588
  • Syphons (Paris Drainage), 529. See LETTERS Clichy Syphon
  • Tabor Indicator (Globe Co., Manchester), 540
  • Tactics, Naval, 331
  • Taff Vale Railway Collision, 680
  • Tangyes' Oil Engines, 827
  • Tar Stills, Wishaw Iron Works, 427
  • Taunton Pumping Engine Tests, 33. See 10, 614
  • Taylor, Mr. D. W., on Stream Forms and Ships' Resistance, 489. 497
  • Technical Education, 546
  • Technical Education for Engineers, 24, 89 .
  • Technical Education, Science and Art Department, 152
  • Technical Press Summary, 546
  • Technical Research, 833
  • Technical and Scientific Societies, 733
  • Tees Shipbuilding, 62, 119
  • Telegraph Companies, Submarine, 252
  • Telegraphy by Induction, 770
  • Telegraphy, Post Office, 51
  • Telephone Switchboard, 153
  • Telephone in United States, 549
  • Telephone Wires in the Ground, Bare, 380
  • Telepholies, Berlin-Vienna and Long-Distance, 27
  • Temperature Effects on Wrought Iron, 644, 672
  • Temperature, Measurement of Cyclically Varying, 805
  • Tequixquiac Tunnel for Drainage of Mexico, 270
  • "Terrible," British Cruiser (Thomson, Limited, Clydebank), 664, 695, 72i, 822. See LETTERS, Armour Protection
  • Tests of Cast Iron, 131, 160
  • Tests of Pumping Engines, 10, 33, 014
  • Thames Bridges. See LxrrEns, Bridges
  • Albert Bridge, 433
  • Barnes Bridges of the London and SouthWestern Railway, 694
  • Battersea Bridge, 516
  • Blackfriars Bridge, 185
  • Blackfriars Bridge (London, Chatham, and Dover Railway), 184
  • Cannon-street Bridge (South-Eastern Railway), 6
  • Charing Cross Bridge of the South-Eastern Railway, 236. See Erratum, 307
  • City Bridges, Management, 673
  • Hammersmith Bridge, Old and New, 627
  • Kew Bridge, 755
  • Kew Bridge, London and South-Western Railway, 754
  • Lambeth Suspension Bridge, 307
  • London Bridge, 75
  • London and South-Western Railway Bridge at Putney, 565
  • Management and Maintenance of City Bridges, 73
  • Metropolitan Bridge Management, 736
  • Pimlico Railway Bridge, 367
  • Putney Bridge, Old and New, 624
  • Richmond Bridge of the London and SouthWestern Railway, 838
  • Richmond Weir Bridge, 835
  • St. Paul's Bridge (London, Chatham, and Dover Railway), 141
  • Southwark Bridge, 140. See LETTERS, Cast Iron Bridges
  • Tower (Bascule) Bridge, 7
  • Vauxhall Bridge, 366
  • Victoria Bridge, Chelsea, 432
  • Wandsworth Bridge, 564
  • Waterloo Bridge, 236
  • West London Extension Railway Bridge at
  • Battersea, 517
  • Westminster Bridge, 306
  • Thames Navigation Inquiry, 50
  • Thames Shipbuilding, 93, 119
  • Thames Tunnel, 1, 166, 206, 329, 396
  • Thames Valley Floods, November, 1894, 646
  • Thermal Constants of the Elements, 805
  • Thermal Equilibrium between Bodies in Contact, Mechanical Analogue, 286
  • Thomson, Limited, Clydebank, British Cruiser "Terrible," 664, 695, 725; 822. See LETTERS, Armour Protection
  • Thomson, Limited, Clydebank, Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, 321, 392 .
  • Thomson, Limited, Clydebank, T.-S.SS. " Alma " and "Columbia," 209, 275
  • Thomson, Mr. G. C., on Evaporative Tests, Land Boilers, 127, 193, 226. See Errata, 472
  • Thornycroft Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, 437, 444, 85, 671
  • Thorsten Nordenfelt, 203
  • Throttling Engines, 192, 197, 256, 357, E68, 807
  • Thunderstorms, 241
  • Thurston, Professor, on Cylinder Condensation and Heat Wastes, 497
  • Timber, Preservation of, 481
  • Timbering Tunnels, 270
  • Tin Chromic Chloride Cell, 207
  • Titanium, Preparation of, 286
  • Tonnage Measurement of Ships, 789, 846
  • Top, The New Colour (Artificial Spectrum), 381, 18. See LETTERS
  • Torpedo-Boat, Aluminium (Yarrow), 470, 498
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers. See Warships
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, Contract Price, 318
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers " Rocket," " Shark, and ".Surly " (Thomson, Limited, Clydebank) 21, 392
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers (Thornyoroft's), 671. See 437, 444, 485
  • Torpedo-Boats. See Warships
  • Torsional Vibrations in Steamers, 499, 522, 524, See 557
  • Towage. See also Traction
  • Towage, Electric, Bourgogne Canal, 349
  • Tower (Bascule) Bridge, 7
  • Tower, Blackpool, 574, 660, 727, 786. See LETTERS
  • Track Welding, 265
  • Traction, Electric. See Electric Traction
  • Traction Engines. See Agricultural Show, 828
  • Traction on Roads, 800
  • Traction, Street. See Electric Traction
  • Trade Union Laws, 298 See LETTER, 355
  • Trades Disputes Bill (Conciliation), 346
  • Trains, Railway, Unpunctuality, 518
  • Trains, Workmen's, 765
  • Tramway, Electric, &c. See Electric Traction
  • Tramway Journal Bearing, Meneely Tubular 19. See 735. See LETTERS, Roller Bearings
  • Tramways. See Electric Traction
  • Tramways, Dublin Electric (British ThomsonHouston, Limited), 617
  • Tramways, Steam, in Italy, 675
  • Transatlantic Passengers, 155
  • Transmission of Power, Belt v. Rope, 413
  • Transmission of Power in Italy, Electric, 354
  • Transporting Large Flywheels, Trucks for (Dujardin, Lille), 277
  • Traveller, Aspinall's Electric, at Victoria Station, Manchester, 841
  • Travelling Hydraulic Riveting Plant (Tweddell), 03
  • Trenton Water Works Pumping Engines, Tests of, 10. See 33, 614
  • Trials of Whitworth Guns, " Infanta Maria Teresa," 727
  • "Trisect" Piston-Rod Packing, 277
  • Trolley Systems, Double, 505
  • Trolley Wire Erection, 400, 436
  • Truck for Transporting Large Flywheels (Dujardin, Lille), 277
  • Trucks for Light Railways, 406
  • Trucks for Tramway Motors, 693, 722, 751
  • Tubes, Boiler, and Induced Draught, 492, 502. See LETTERS
  • Tunnel, Blackwall, 1, 166, 206, 329, 396
  • Tunnel Collapse at Guildford, 712
  • Tunnel, Glasgow Harbour, 598. See 691, 757, 8b
  • Tunnel Syphons (Paris Drainage), 529. See LETTERS, Clichy Syphon
  • Tunnel, Tequixquiac, for Mexico Drainage, 270
  • Tunnelling, Cost of, 6, 38, 68. See LEIVERS, St. Gothard
  • Tunnels, Underground Railway in Paris, 101
  • Turning and Boring Mill (Richards, Manchester), 88
  • Turrets, Coast Defence Armoured, 369, 399, 462
  • Turrets, Electricity for Working Ships' (Forges et Chantiers), 19, 35, 69, 101, 136 See LETTERS,.
  • Tweddell's Travelling Hydraulic Riveter, 603 4 Hours Day for Railways, 776
  • Twin-Screw Steamers. See Steamers
  • Twin-Screw Yachts. See Yachts
  • Tyndall's Flame Experiments, 348
  • Tyne Shipbuilding, 61, 119
  • Underground Railway in Paris, 101
  • Underground Railways in London, 292
  • Union Terminal Station at St. Louis, 563, 634, 89
  • United States Electric and other Tramways. See Electric Traction
  • United States, Railway Location and Construction in Western, 738
  • United States Telephone, 549
  • Unwin, Professor, on Dryness of Steam, 170, 225, 60, 294
  • Unwin, Professor, on Experimental Study of Heat Engines, 590, 619
  • Usui Mountain Railway, 54
  • Valve and Connecting Rod Lubricator, 217
  • Valve for Domestic Boilers, Keith's Safety, 776
  • Valve Gear, Collman Engine, Electric Lighting,
  • Vienna, 241, See LETTERS, Electric Light Engines
  • Valve Gear and Governor, Porter Engine, 77. See 33. See LETirsit, Porter Kngine
  • Valve Gear, Marshall and Wigram's, 828
  • Valve, Steam-Reducing, H.M.S. " Terrible," 823
  • Valves, Fowler's Safety (Meldrum, Manchester), 25
  • Valves, Hydraulic Elevators, Glasgow Harbour Tunnel, 691, 757, 819
  • Vauxhall Bridge, 366
  • Venetian Blind Laths, Planing Machine (Robinson, Rochdale), 189
  • Verity's Electric Lamp Holder, 277
  • Viaduct Construction (New York), 347
  • Vibration, Engine and Ship, 499, 522, 624, 557. See LETTERS, Balancing
  • Vibration of Locomotives, 421
  • Victoria Bridge, Chelsea, 432
  • Victoria, Widening of Railway into, 27
  • Vienna-Berlin and Long-Distance Telephones, 27
  • Vienna Electric Lighting Station, 241. See LErriots, Electric Light Engines
  • Voltameter, Iodine, 680
  • Volume of Ships, 789, 846
  • Wage Distribution and Average Incomes, 414
  • Wages, Fair, and Government, 117
  • Wages Increases, 414
  • Wagons, Large v. Small, New South Wale. Railways, 249
  • Wandsworth Bridge, 564
  • Ward, Birmingham, Double-Geared Drilling and Milling Machines, 603
  • Warship Design, 463, See LETTERS
  • Warship, Rolling of, 439, 447, 487, 769, 810
  • Warship, Sheathing of, 769, 813, 842
  • Warships. See LErrEits, Warships and Navy British Battleship " Magnificent," Engines, 485, 11
  • British Battleships, Rolling and Bilge Keels, 39, 447, 487, 769. See 810
  • British Cruiser " Terrible " (J. and G. Thorn son, Clydebank), 664, 695, 725, 822. See LETTERS, Armour Protection
  • British Torpedo-Boat Destroyers (Thornycroft), 37, 444, 484, 671
  • British Warships, Cost of, 215, 793
  • British Warship Programme and Costs, 346
  • Chilian Cruiser " Capitan Prat" (Forges et
  • Chantiers), 19, 35, 69, 104, 136. See LETTERS,
  • Electricity and Turrets'
  • Cruisers, Largest, of Several Nations, 665
  • French Second - Class Cruiser " Latouche
  • Treville" (Forges et Chantiers), 19, 35, 69, 04, 136. See LETTERS, Electricity and Turrets
  • French Warships, Cost of, 152
  • Naval Ordnance, Development, 641
  • Russian Ironclad " Admiral Oushakoff," Machinery (Maudslay), 116 •
  • Spanish Cruiser " Emperador Carlos V.," 371
  • Spanish Cruiser " Infanta Maria Teresa," Gun Trials, 727
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, Costs, 318
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers " Rocket," " Shark," and " Surly " (Thomson, Limite1, Clydebank), 321, 392
  • Warships, Cost of, 215, 793
  • Warships, Speed of, 123, 222, 254
  • Waste and Supply of Shipping, 516
  • Water Cooler, A Simple, 738
  • Water from Crystalline Rocks, 614
  • Water Expansion at Maximum Density, 156
  • Water Mains, Air Vessels for Rising, 588
  • Water Pipes Freezing, 355
  • Water Power and Electricity in Gold Dredging, 39
  • Water Supply, London, 281
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Hall's (Penn), Lifeboat, 77. See LETTERS, Lifeboat
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Niclausse, 796
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Stirling, Wishaw Works, 82i
  • Water-Tube Boilers, 22, 56, 77, 90, 222, 552, 616, 09, 796
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Combination of Different Systems, 792
  • Water-Tube Boilers of British Cruiser " Terrible" (Thomson, Limited, Clydebank), 822. See 664, 95, 725
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Necessary Conditions for Resisting Intense Firing, 756
  • Water-Tube Boilers in Parliament, 579. See LETTERS, Boilers
  • Waterloo Bridge, 236, 736
  • Watt Lecture, 122, 129
  • Wave Train through Plate of Conducting Dielectric, On the Passage of, 89
  • Wear Shipbuilding, 62, 119
  • Weather, 19, 183, 317, 445, 611, 736
  • Weather Changes at Geneva, 241
  • Weed Remover, 830
  • Weights of Tramway Motor Trucks, 754
  • Weir at Richmond, 835
  • Welded Steel and Iron Steam Pipes, 452, 466. See LETTERS, Pipes
  • Welding, Electric, 448
  • Welding, Electric, for Repairs, 610
  • Welding of Iron and Alloys, 572, 742, 778, 811
  • Welding, Tramway Track, 265
  • Wells Brothers, Engine, 827
  • Wells' Industrial Lamp, 12
  • West London Extension Railway Bridge at Battersea, 517
  • Western Australian Goldfields, 448
  • Westinghouse Quick-Acting Brake, 702
  • Westminster Bridge, 306
  • Wheel, Gigantic, at Earl's Court, 585
  • Wheels and Axles, 203, 233, 751
  • Wheels of Railway Vehicles, 233, 751
  • Whippletree (Blackstone and Co., Stamford), 831
  • White, Mr. J. Walwyn, on Portable Railways for
  • Works and Factories, 388
  • White, Sir William, on Battleships and Bilge Keels, 439, 447, 487. See 810. _Erratum, 492
  • White, Sir W. H., on Sheathing of Ships, 769, 813, 42
  • Whitworth Gun Trials of Spanish Cruiser " Infanta Maria Teresa," 727
  • Widening of the Brighton Railway into Victoria, 27
  • Wilbrant Arc Lamp, 521
  • Wilhelm Canal, Kaiser. See North Sea Can2l
  • Willans Engine, 642, 703. See LETTERS
  • Wimborne, Rear Collision at, 323
  • Wimshurst's Heel Indicator, 447, 582
  • Wishaw, Fatal Railway Collision at, 681

Wishaw Iron anti Steel Works :

  • Bar Mill and Engines, 624
  • Basic Steel Production, 535
  • Bessemer Furnaces, 538
  • Blast-Furnaces, 427
  • Boilers, 822
  • Cogging Mills, 623, 624
  • Engines for Plate Mill (D. Stewart and C., Glasgow), 539, 755
  • Engines of Slab Cogging Mill (Crow, Harvey, and Co„ Glasgow), 624
  • Gas Producers, 538
  • Hydraulic Furnace Cover Crane, 755
  • Plate Rolling Mills (Messrs. Lamberton, Glasgow), 755
  • Plate-Shearing Machine, 822
  • Plate-Straightening Machine, 822
  • Pumping Plant, 822
  • Screwing-Down Gear on Mills, 624, 755
  • Shearing Machines, Plate, 822
  • Siemens Steel Melting Furnaces, 538
  • Slab Shears (J. Buckton and Co , Leeds), 624
  • Stirling Water-Tube Boiler, 822
  • Sulphate of Ammonia Recovery Plant, 427
  • Tilter for Cogging Mill, 623, 624
  • Tipping Cradle§, Hydraulic, 624
  • Woo288d, Australian, for §tructural Purposes, 222,
  • Wood Green Railway Accident, 649. See LETTERS, Railway Axles, Testing
  • Wood, Haskin's Vulcanising of, 481
  • Wood Sheathing of Ships, 769, 813, 842
  • Wood on Wood, Static Friction, 704
  • Work, Least, Statically Indeterminate Structures and, 21, 135, 334. See LETTERS
  • Workmen's Trains, 765

Works :

  • Cycle Manufacturing, Premier Works, Coventry, 61, 429. See LETTERS, Cycles
  • Glasgow Iron and Steel Company's Works, Wishaw, 427, 535, 623, 755, 822
  • Hadfield's Steel Foundry, Sheffield, 165, 233. See LETTER, Magnetic Permeability
  • Margarine Factory at Southall (Mr. Otto Monsted's), 445. See 486
  • Works, Portable Railways for, 388
  • Worsdell Locomotive, North-Eastern Railway, 146
  • Worthington Hydraulic Pumps (Glasgow Harbour Tunnel), 691. See 757, 819
  • Wrought Iron, Temperature Effects on Strength, 44, 672
  • Yacht " Giralda " (Machinery), Fairfield Company, 11
  • Yachts and the America Cup, 481
  • Yachts, New Large Racing, 252
  • Yachting Exhibition, 155, 25L See LETTER,
  • Yacht Keel
  • Yale and Towne Company, Stamford, Conn. (20Ton Electric Travelling Crane), 539
  • Yarrow, Mr. A. F., on Aluminium TorpedoBoats, 470, 498
  • Year-Books and Annuals, 42
  • Year's Weather, 120
  • Yeovil, Boiler Explosion, 555
  • Zuider Zee, Draining of the, 67




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