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Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1896 Jan-Jun: General Index.

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  • ABERNETHY, The Late James, 384
  • Abingdon Bridge on the Thames, 480
  • Abt Rack Railway, Snowdon, 427, 478, 512, 527, 95. See LitrrERs
  • Accident on Board French Warship "Jaureguiberry," 819
  • Accident to Rochester Bridge, 371

Accidents, Railway :

  • Bacup, Slight Collision at, 327
  • Bellahouston, Double Collision, 688
  • Bellahouston Shunting Collision, 361
  • Brakes, Railway, 848
  • Buffer Stop Collision, 268, 860
  • Catch-Points, Fatal Derailment at, 167
  • Collision, Exhibition of a, 641
  • Collision in a Fog, 87
  • Collision through Loose Block Working, 822
  • Derby, Double Collision near, 234
  • Donaghadee, Collision near, 169
  • Duddingston, Fatal Collision, 362
  • Edinburgh, Serious Collision near, 267
  • Great Western Railway, Three Accidents on the, 294 Leeds Express, 586. See LETTERS
  • Level Crossing Fatal Accident, 155
  • Little Bytham Accident, 689. See Lwrrims,
  • Continuous Railway Brakes
  • London Bridge, Buffer-Stop Collision at (SouthEastern Railway), 130
  • Loose Carriage Wheel, 360
  • Mirfield, Side Collision at, 154
  • Mistaking a Signal, 102
  • Montparnasse Station Accident, Paris, 473
  • Oldham, Fatal Derailment and Collision near, 53
  • Queenborough Pier, Buffer-Stop Collision at, 60
  • Rail Expansion, Accident due to, 858
  • Rear Collision in a Fog, 266
  • St. Neot's, Fatal Smash at, 230. See LyrrEits, 60
  • Screw Coupling Broken, and Runaway Train, 69
  • Shouting v. Booked Running of Light Engines, Sm., 199
  • Signal, Mistaking a, 278, 693
  • Snowdon Mountain Railway Accident, 479, 512. See LETTERS
  • Statistics of British Railway Accidents, 507
  • Tiailable Points, 696
  • Accidents, Railway, and Continuous Brakes, 722, 21
  • Accounts and Classification of Tramways, &c., 5
  • Adeney, Mr. W. E., on the Bacterio-Chemical Examination of Sewage, 728, 762
  • Adjustment of the Kelvin Bridge, 589
  • Admiralty and Contractors' Drawings, 253, 288, 93
  • Admiralty Contracts for the Thames, 189, 382
  • Admiralty Procedure, 288
  • Aerial Navigation, 67
  • Aeronautics, Sailing Flight of Birds, 716
  • Agricultural Show, Royal, at Leicester :
  • Brickmaking Machine, 845
  • Butter Accumulator, E. A. Wahlin, 845
  • Butter Drying Machines, 845
  • Buttermaking Radiator, 845
  • Carson and Toone's Oil Engine, 841
  • Chaff Pressing Apparatus, Innes and Co., 844
  • Churn, Bradford's, 845
  • Cultivator, Steam, Agricultural, 842
  • Dairy Apparatus, 844
  • Digger, the Cooper Steam Digger Company, Limited, King's Lynn, 842
  • Drill, Agricultural, 843
  • Engine, Gas, Warner and Co.'s, 841
  • Engine, Oil, Carson and Toone, 841
  • Engine, Oil, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 841
  • Engine, Oil, Double-Acting, Clarke's Crank and Forge Company, 841
  • Engine, Oil, National Gas Engine Company, 41
  • Engines, Steam, Oil, and Gas, 840
  • Engines, Traction, 841
  • Governor, Shaft (Robinson and Auden, Limited, Wantage), 841
  • Hay and Straw Press (Howard, Bedford), 843
  • Implements, Agricultural, 843
  • Locomotives, Roftd, 841
  • Malting Machinery, 846
  • Manure Distributing Machines, 843
  • Milling Machinery, 845
  • Mowing Machine, Pratt's, 844
  • Ploughs, Steam, 842
  • Potato Planters and Raisers, 844
  • Potato Planting, &c., Machines, 844
  • Road Locomotives, 841
  • Shaft Governor (Robinson and Auden, Limited, Vantage), 841
  • Sowing Machines, 843, 844
  • Sterilising Apparatus for Milk, 841
  • Stone Breakers, 845
  • Straw Baling Press, J. and F. Howard, 843
  • Traction Engines, 841
  • Weyman and Hitchcock Oil Engine (Clayton and Shuttleworth), 840
  • Air, Compressed, Tramways, 699
  • Air Compressing Plant (Ingersoll-Sergeant Company), 676
  • Air and Oxygen Liquefying Apparatus, 263
  • Aire and Calder Pollution, 815
  • Alloys, Influences of Impurities on, 176
  • Alloys with Iron Carbides, 675
  • Alternate-Current Arc, Effect of 1% ave F orni on, 89
  • Alternate-Current Motor, Langdon-Davies, 806. See 854
  • Alternate-Current Transformers, 124, 159, 191, 23
  • Alternating Current Arc, Analytical Study, 329
  • Alternating Current Mains for Polyphase Current Distribution, 819
  • Alternating Current Measurements E2 t
  • Alternating Current, Measuring Frequency, 725
  • Alternating Currents, Determining the Frequency of, 125
  • Aluminium Manufacture at Niagara, 263
  • Amalgam on Copper Plates, 481
  • Amalgamation of Iron Ores, Dry, 646
  • Amazon River Steamer " Santa Antonio " (Lytham Company), 283
  • America. See United States
  • Ammonia, Formation of Cyanogen from, 550
  • Amorphous Powders, Slow Crystallisation of, 584
  • Analysis, Standard Methods of, 636
  • Analytical Study of Alternating. Current Arc, 329
  • Andrews, Mr. T., on Microscopic Flaws in Steel Rails and Shafts, 91. See LETTERS
  • Anemometers, Exposure of, 686
  • Anti-Breakage Box for Coals (Thomas, Powell, and Batchelor), 421
  • Antimony Ores, Gold Extraction from, 257
  • Appleford Bridge, Great Western Railway, 290
  • April Weather, 613
  • Arbitration and Cure for Strikes, 354
  • Arc, Alternating Current. Analytical Study, 329
  • Arches, Experiments on, 255
  • Arctic Hail and Thunderstorms, 811
  • Argentine Cruiser "Buenos Aires" (Armstrong, Elswick), 637, 708
  • Argentine Cruiser " Buenos Aires," 8-In. Guns
  • (Armstrong and Co., Elswick), 10, 46
  • Argentine Torpedo-Boat Destroyers (Armoured), Yarrow, 686
  • Armature Windings of Electric Machines, 851.
  • Armstrong and Co., Sir W. G., Coal-Loading Machinery at Barry, 339, 397
  • Armstrong 8-In. Guns of the Cruiser "Buenos Aires," 10, 46
  • Arnold, Professor, on Impurities in Gold and Copper, 176
  • Arnold, Professor, on Microscopic Fractures of Steel, 429, 486
  • "Arrogant," H.M S., 722
  • Artificial Silk, 646
  • Artillery. See Guns
  • Association of Water Works Engineers, 56, 85.
  • See LErrisas
  • Astronomy, Royal Observatory, Edinburgh, 469, 28, 747
  • Atlanta Exposition : 66, 699
  • Buildings, Exhibition, 535
  • Cotton and Manufacturers, 535
  • Flag, United States, 780. See LErrzas
  • Individual Exhibits, 598
  • Mines and Forestry in United States, 464
  • Atlantic Passenger Statistics, 158
  • Australian Broken Hill Consols Mines, 481
  • Austria-Hungary Shipbuilding, 510
  • Automatic Breech Mechanism for Quick-Firing Guns, Canet, 587
  • Automatic Feed Water-Tube Boilers, Yarrow, 64, 676
  • Automatic Guns, 293
  • Automatic Offlet for Crinan Canal, 505
  • Babcock and Wilcox Water-Tube Boiler, 49, 81
  • Bablock Hythe Floating Bridge, 850
  • Bacterio - Chemical Examination of Polluted Waters, 728, 762
  • Bacup, Slight Collision at, 327
  • Baden-Powell, Lieutenant, on AOrial Navigation, 7
  • Baldwin Locomotive for Russia, 709
  • Ball Bearings, Resistance of, 17
  • Ball Nozzle, Hydraulic Paradox, 24
  • Barbette Carriages for United States Guns, 153, 02
  • Barges, Canal, of Pittsburg, 401
  • Barometer Readings in Britain, Recent Unusually High, 257
  • Barr, Mr. John H., on the Proportions of HighSpeed Engines, 299
  • Barr and Stroud's Telemeter, 179, 232, 264, 809
  • Barrow-in-Furness Shipbuilding, 29. See 57, 88, 76, 831
  • Barry Docks, 147, 214, 280, 339, 397
  • Bars Produced by Extrusion, Metallic, 636, 638
  • Bath Refuse Destructors (Warner's), 12
  • Battle Losses, 449
  • Battleship Design, 749. See LErrns, Our Naval Position
  • Battleships. See Warahips
  • Beam Engines, Tests of, 132
  • Bear Valley Dam, 365
  • Belgian Railways, 514
  • Belgium Iron and Steel Works, 619, 857
  • Belgium Quick-Firing Gun Mounts, 192
  • Belgium Shipping, 510
  • Bellahouston, Double Collision, 688
  • Bellahouston Shunting Collision, 361
  • Belleville Boilers, Coal Consumption, 46
  • Belleville Boilers in II.M.S. "Sharpshooter," 329
  • Belleville Boilers in Russian T.-S.S. " Itherson," 83
  • Belt Conveyors, 533
  • Belt and Rope Power Transmission, 33, 100
  • Benardos Arc Welding, 603, 691
  • Benham, Mr. Charles, on Colour from Sympalmograph Curves, 98
  • Benjamin, Dr. Park, on Electricity (Review), 568, 84
  • Beresford, Lord Charles, on Bulkhead Doors, 06, 417. See LwrrEas and 835
  • Berlin Exhibition, 323, 836
  • Berrenberg-Chaplin Vacuum Pump. See Erratum, 132
  • Bessemer Process, Invention of the, 413, 612, 14, 755. See 367. See LErmits
  • Bessemer, Sir H., on the Bessemer Process, 367, 14, 755. See 413
  • Bessemer, U.S.A., and Birmingham Iron Trade, 26
  • Bicycles, Tractive Resistance of, 60
  • Binnie, Mr. Alex. R., on Blackwall Tunnel, 359, 91
  • Binsey Bridge over the Thames, 670
  • Birmingham and Bessemer, U.S.A., Iron Industry, 626
  • Birmingham, Boiler Explosion at, 167
  • Blackwall.Tunnel, 359, 391
  • Blant Steam Road Carriage, 7
  • Blast-Furnace, Carbon Bricks in the, 402
  • Blast-Furnace Practice in United Kingdom, 581, 19, 657
  • Blast-Furnace Stove, Ford and Moncur, 633, 856
  • Blohm and Voss, Shipbuilders, Hamburg, 788, 95, 805
  • Blower, Compound (Hodges and Co., London), 10
  • Blow-Off Sump, Explosion of a, 201. See LETTERS
  • Board of Trade, Bulkheads and Steamers, 96, 130
  • Boiler Explosion at Birmingham, 167
  • Boiler Explosion at Brighouse, 447
  • Boiler Explosion near Dunfermline, 859
  • Boiler Explo-ion at Kinellar, 136
  • Boiler Explosion near Macclesfield, 659
  • Boiler Explosion at Madeley Heath, 201
  • Boiler Explosion near Newcastle, 795
  • Boiler Explosion at Soham, 503
  • Boiler Explosion at Wishaw, 126
  • Boiler Explosions Act, Working of, 192, 383
  • Boiler Feed, Mineral Oil in, 681
  • Boiler Furnaces, Gas Lamp for Checking, 753
  • Boiler Inspection, Compulsory, 614
  • Boiler Inspection and Registration Bill, 720
  • Boiler, Kitchen, Explosions, 202
  • Boiler of River Steamer " Santo Antonio " (Lytham Company), 283
  • Boiler Tube Expanding by Power, Yarrow, 464, 76
  • Boiler, Tubulous and Tubular Compound, 433, 37, 439, 454. See LETTERS
  • Boiler, Water-Tube See Water-Tube Boiler
  • Boilers, Comparative Tests of Steam,207
  • Boilers, H.M.S. " Renown " (Maudslay), 79, 477. See 507, 560
  • Boilers, Italian Ironclad " Sicilia," 312, 342, 452
  • Boilers, Strength of Short, 62, 95, 101, 135, 227, 60, 292, 388, 551, 720, 822
  • Boilermaking, Century of, 95
  • Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway, 59, 819
  • Books Received, 115, 242, 310, 339, 514, 569, 632, 86, 752, 851
  • Boring, Drilling, and Milling Machine (Asquith, Halifax), 261
  • Boring, Drilling, and Milling Machine, Horizontal (Loudon Brothers, Glasgow), 186, 228
  • Boring Machine, Horizontal (Richards Company, London), 638
  • Botley Road Bridge (Thames), 742
  • Boulvin, Professor, on Entropy Diagrams, 1
  • Bounties, Shipping, of Foreign Countries, and their Effects, 510
  • Bradford Technical College, 5, 73, 143, 211, 277, 70, 465. See LETTER, 356
  • Brakes, Continuous Railway, 848
  • Brakes, Continuous, and Railway Accidents, 722, 21
  • Brakes, Quick-Acting, 16, 62, 94, 130, 164, 195, 27, 260, 3i6
  • Brakes on Rack Railway Vehicles (Snowdon), 78, 512, 527, 595. See 427 and LErrEas
  • Brakes, Railway, 848
  • Branch and Feeder Railways in India, 686
  • Brass-Finisher's Chasing Lathe (Britannia Company), 471
  • Brassey's Annual, 788, 850
  • Brazilian River Steamer " Santo Antonio" (Lytham Company), 283
  • Breech Mechanism for Quick-Firing Guns, Canet Automatic. 5,7
  • Brewster, Mr. E. H. G., on Lock-Nuts and NutLocking, 573, 658
  • Brickmaking Machine, 845
  • Bridge Accident, Rochester, 371
  • Bridge Arches, Experiments on, 255
  • Bridge, Gull River, Canadian Pacific Railway, .15
  • Bridge Members, Actual Stresses on, 24
  • Bridge, New, over Seine at Paris, 767, 799
  • Bridge, Stony Creek, Canadian Pacific Railway, 86
  • Bridge, Suspension, Collapse in Brittany, 614
  • Bridge Troughing, Strickland's, 810
  • Bridge Vibrations, 111, 337, 398, 675
  • Bridges at Barry Docks, 342
  • Bridges on Snowdon Railway, 527. See 427, 478, 12, 527, 595
  • Bridges, Swing, at Marseilles, 709
  • Bridges over the Thames. See Thames Bridges
  • Bridges, Train Vibration on Iron, 111
  • Brighouse, Boiler Explosion, 447
  • Brighton Electricity Supply, Cost of, 818
  • Britain and the Trade of Japan, 193
  • British Cruiser Engines, Compared, 831
  • British Cruisers, New, 776, 831
  • British Cruisers. See S.M.S.
  • British Fleet and Merchant Navy, 121. See Mynas, Naval Position
  • British Iron Trade Association :
  • President's Address, by Sir Alfred Hickman 12 Some Thoughts on Continental Competition, by Mr. William Jacks, 624 See LBrrEa, 720
  • The Iron Industries of Birmingham and Bessemer, U.S A., by Mr. Jeremiah Head, 624
  • British Navy Programme, 319
  • British and United States Railways Compared, 22 British Warships, See H.M.S.
  • Brittany, Fall of a Suspension Bridge, 614
  • Broken IIill Consols Mines, 481
  • Brooks Company, High-Speed U.S. Locomotive, 16. See LETTER, 451 •
  • Bruhn, Mr. J. G., on Geometry of Stability of Ships, 488
  • Brush Electric Engines, Dover, 91. See 280
  • Buckton Test-Piece Milling Machine, 720
  • "Buenos Aires," Argentine Cruiser (Armstrong, Elswick), 637, 708
  • "Buenos Aires," Guns of the Cruiser, 8-In. (Armstrong, Elswick), 10, 46
  • Buenos Ayres Sanitary Works, 93. See 200
  • Buffer-Stop Collisions, 268, 860
  • Building Construction, Firepoof, 106
  • Built-up Locomotive Crankshaft (Webb's), 5))
  • Bulkhead Doors, 650, 835
  • Bulkhead Doors in Fighting Ships, 408, 407, 417, 35. See LETTERS
  • Bulkheads in Paddle Steamers, 96, 130.
  • Burglar-Proof Safes, 210. See LErrHas
  • Burmese-Yunnan Railway, 820
  • Bursting of the Gohna Dam, India, 514
  • Butter Accumulator, E. A. Wahlin's, 845
  • Butter Drying Machines, 845
  • Buttermaking Radiator, 845
  • Cabs, Locomotive, 721, 780
  • Caissons for Barry Docks, 280
  • Calculations, Checking Engineering, 1C9
  • Calder and Aire Pollution, 815
  • Calorimeters, Throttling, 207
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Bridges, 115, 186
  • Canal Boats of Pittsburg, 401
  • Canal, Crinan, Automatic Offlet, 505
  • Canal Estimates, Nicaragua, 580
  • Canal Prospects, Manchester, 291, 482
  • Canals, Cost of Ship, 164
  • Canet Automatic Breech Mechanism for QuickFiring Guns,587
  • Cannon-Street Traffic, 717
  • Cantilever Bridge over Seine, 767, 799
  • Capper, Professor D. S., on Belt and Rope Power Transmission, 33: 100
  • Carbides, Alloys with Iron, 675
  • Carbon Bricks in the Blast-Furnace, 402
  • Carbon Ions and Carbon-Consuming Cells, 416
  • Carbon in Iron, Diffusion of, 670
  • Cargoes, Grain, 463
  • Carriage, Barbette, for United States Guns, 163, 02
  • Carriage, Cockerill, for Quick-Firing Guns, 192
  • Carriage, Electrical Road (Thrupp and Maberly), 91
  • Carriage Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, 291, 83, 614, 644
  • Carriage for 10-In. Gun, Gordon Disappearing (Morgan Company, Ohio), 82
  • Carriage Heating, French Railway, 735, 773
  • Carriage, Horseless, and Company Promotion, 15
  • Carriage, Le Blant Steam Road, 7
  • Carriage, Peugeot Road Motor, 276, 305
  • Carriages, Snowdon Rack Railway, 427, 478. 512, 27, 595. See LETTERS, Snowdon, &c.
  • Cars, Dining, on Great Western Railway, 647
  • Carson and Toone's Oil Engine, 841
  • Cartridges, Safety, for Fiery Mines, 66
  • Cast-Iron, Contraction of, 557
  • Cast-Iron, Influence of Different Elements on, 31
  • Cast-Iron Molecules, Mobility of, 481
  • Catch Points, Fatal Derailment at, 167
  • Catenary Problems, 173, 303
  • Caucasus Naphtha Industry, 686
  • Caustic Soda and Bleach Produced by Electrolysis, 647
  • Cells, Carbon Ions and Carbon-Consuming, 446
  • Cement with Kentish Ragstone: 753
  • Central Station, Dublin Electric Tramway, 742, 72
  • Central Station, Electric Supply, Chicago, 246
  • Central Station, Specification of Electric, 800
  • Chaff Pressing Apparatus, Innes and Co., 841
  • Chairs, Railway, 550, 585, 649
  • Chandler, 120 Horse-Power Triple- Expansion Engine, 118. See Lwrritas
  • Charges for Electricity, Differentiating, 818' Charing Cross Railway Traffic, 717
  • Check Valves, Spring Loaded, 755
  • Checking Engineering Calculations, 169
  • Chemistry and Grading of Foundry Iron, 531
  • Chicago Electric Supply, Central Station, 240
  • Chicago Elevated Electric Railway, 42
  • China Cotton Spinning, 646
  • China-India Railway, 820
  • China Industrial Problems, 445
  • China, Railways in, 225, 822
  • Chromogeneous Top, 330
  • Church, Moving a, 293, 451
  • Churn, Bradford's, SO
  • Circulation in Water-Tube Boilers, 39, 433, 437, 39, 464, 683. See LETTERS, Water-Tube Boilers
  • Civil Engineers, American society of:
  • Standard Time, Report by Committee, 806
  • Units of Measurement, Committee Report, 305
  • Uniform Methods of Testing Materials, Committee Report, 305
  • Election of Officers, 305
  • President Elect (Mr. Clarke), 305
  • United States Electric Light and Power Company's New York Station, 305
  • Civil Engineers, Institution of : 76, 603, 507, 753, 766, 796. See LETTERS
  • Sanitary Works of Buenos Ayres : Sewerage,
  • Drainage, and Water Supply, by Hon. R. C. Parsons, 93. See 200
  • Recent Developments in Gas Engines, by Mr. Dugald Clerk, 151
  • Electric Street Railway System of Montreal, Canada, by Mr. G. 0. Cuningham, 257
  • The Manufacture of Aluminium by Eleotrolysis and the Plant at Niagara for its Extraction, by Mr. Alfred E. Hunt, 263
  • Littoral Drift in Relation to River Outfalls and to Harbour Entrances, by Mr. W. H. Wheeler, 353
  • Lixiviation of Silver Ores, by Mr. John H. Clemes, 374
  • Mining and Treatment of Copper Ore at
  • Tnarsis,Spain, by Mr. C. F. Courtney, 375
  • Tin Smeting at Pulo Brani, Singapore, by Messrs. John McKillop and T. Flower Ellis, 75
  • Thermal Efficiency of the Steam Engine, by Captain H. Riall Sankey, 420
  • Change in Charter and Constitution, 476, 603
  • The Tampico Harbour Works, Mexico, by Dr. E. L. Corthell, 516
  • The Thirlmere Works for the Water Supply of Manchester, by Mr. G. H. Hill, 559
  • The Vyrnwy Works for the Water Supply of Liverpool, by Mr. G. F. Deacon, 559
  • James Forrest Lecture -Physical Experiment in Relation to Engineering, by Dr. A. B. W. Kennedy, 652
  • English and American Methods of Manufacturing Steel Plates, by Mr. Jeremiah Head, 59
  • Four American Rolling Mills, by Mr. Samuel T. Wellman, 659
  • The Magnetic Testing of Iron and Steel, by Professor J. A. Ewing, 727
  • Magnetic Data of Iron and Steel, by Mr. H. F. Parshall; 727
  • Annual Report; 796
  • Civil v. Royal Engineers, 61, 325, 387, 650, 586, 48, 777
  • Clacton-on-Sea Pier and Pavilion, 873
  • Clark and Standfield's Docks, 806
  • Clark, the Late David Kinnear, 193
  • Classification of Warships, 443, 833. See LETTERS
  • Clifton Hampden Bridge, 225
  • Closed Conduit, Electric Tramway, 809
  • Cloud Observations, Greenwich, 515
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, 57, 88
  • Coal, Anti-Breakage Box (Thomas, Powell, and Batchelor), 421
  • Coal Combustion Tester, Craig's (Baird and Tatlock), 361
  • Coal Consumption of Belleville Boilers, 46
  • Coal Conveyors, Belt, 533
  • Coal in the Faroe Islands, 419
  • Coal Fleets of Pittsburg, 401
  • Coal Load ng Machinery at Barry Docks, 339, 97
  • Coal, Powdeired, Combustion, Wegener System, 0
  • Coal Premiums on Railways, 226, 259, 355
  • Coal Production in United Kingdom, 157
  • Coast and Lighthouse Illumination in France, 63, 623, 733, 802, 836
  • Cockerill Company, John, 92
  • Cockerill Quick-Firing Gun Mounts for.Belgium, 92
  • Cockrill-Doulton Glazed Tiles for Concrete Buildings, 327
  • College, Bradford Technical, 5, 73, 143, 211, 277, 70, 465. See Lzrrza, 356
  • College, Penywern House Technical, 739
  • Collieries, Explosions in, 649, 720
  • Colliery Power Transmission (South Wales), 162
  • Collisions, Railway. See Accidents
  • Colomb, Vice-Admiral, on Classification of Warships, 433. See LETTERS, Warship Classifications
  • Colour Photography, 611
  • Colour from Sympalmograph Curves, 98
  • Columbian Exposition, Denmark and the, 56 ;
  • Columns, Crippling Strains of Wrought-Iron and Steel, 195
  • Combustion of Powdered Fuel, Wegener System, 0
  • Combustion Tester, Craig's (Baird and Tatlock) 361
  • Company Law Reform, 19
  • Company Promotion and Horseless Carriages, 15
  • COmpensating Nuts, Stoddart and Drysdale, 617
  • Competitive Schemes, 130
  • Compound Blower (Hodges and Co., London), 10
  • Compound Boiler, 433, 437, 439, 464. See LETTERS
  • Compound Engine. See Engines
  • Compressed Air Plant (Ingersoll-Sergeant Company), 676
  • Compressed Air Tramway, 699
  • Compressed Gases, Production and Uses, 360
  • Concentrator for Caustic Soda Solutions, Sco. (Mirrlees, Watson, and Yaryan), 534, 605, 667, 42
  • Concentric Wiring, 414
  • Conciliation in Labour Strikes, 322
  • Concrete Buildings, Cockrill-Doulton Glazed Tiles, 327
  • Condenser and Receiver Drop, 96, 164
  • Conduit Electric Wiring Interior, 414
  • Conduit, Surface Rail Electric Tramway, 809
  • Conduit System, Electric Traction, 614
  • Continental Iron Competitioh, 620
  • Continuous Railway I3rakes, 848
  • Contraction of Cast Iron, 557
  • Contractors' Drawings, Admiralty and, 253, 288, 93
  • Contractors and London County Council, 349, 79, 616. See LETTERS
  • Contracts, Naval, for the Thames, 189, 382
  • Conveyors, Belt, 533
  • Copper Extraction, 374
  • Copper and Gold, Influence of Impurities on, 76
  • Copper Plates, Amalgam on, 481
  • Cordite, 125
  • Corliss Burglar-Proof Safes, 210. See LETTERS, Burglar-Proof Safes
  • Corliss Engines, Triple-Expansion, 129
  • Cost of Electricity Supply, 818
  • Cost of French Coast Lighthouses, 837
  • Cost of Ship Canals, 164
  • Cotton Spinning in China and Japan, 646
  • Coverings, Testing Non-Conducting, 539
  • Cr361aig's Combustion Tester (Baird and Tatlock), Crane Derricks, Strength of, 293
  • Crane, Hydraulic, at Barry (Armstrong), 397
  • Crane, Hydraulic Timber (Hindson, Gateshead), 37
  • Crane, Locomotive, for Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway (Isles, Limited, Leeds), 637
  • Crane, Locomotive (Wilson, Liverpool), 757
  • Crane, Steam Travelling (Marshall, Fleming, and Jack, Motherwell), 344
  • Crankshaft, Built-up Locomotive (Webb's), 590
  • Crankshafts, 519
  • Crinan Canal, Automatic Offlet, 505
  • Crocker-Wheeler Electrical Works, Orange, N.J., 35, 365
  • Crossing, Railway, 27
  • Cruisers. See Warships
  • Cruisers Compared, 776, 833
  • Crushing Mills, Sugar-Cane, Mirrlees, Watson, and Yaryan, 534, 605, 667, 742
  • Crystalline Fractures of Mild Steel, 257
  • Crystal Palace Motor Carriage Exhibition, 291, 83, 614, 644
  • Crystallisation of Amorphous Powders, 584
  • Cubical Contents Table, 164, 195
  • Culham Bridge (Thames), 416
  • Culham Towpathl3Lidge, 416
  • Cultivator, Steam Agricultural, 842
  • Curves, Colour from Sympalmograph, 98
  • Cyanogen from Ammonia, Formation of, 550
  • Cycles in France, 515
  • Cylinders for Gas, 611
  • Cylinders, Strength of Gas, 350
  • Cylinders, Strength of Thin, 62, 95, 101, 135, 227, 60, 292, 388, 551, 720, 822
  • Dairy Apparatus, 844
  • Dam, Bear Valley, 355
  • Dam, Gohna (India), Bursting of the, 614
  • Dams, Rock Fill, and Nicaragua, 580
  • Darby, Mr. John H., on Mond Gas for Steelmaking, 670, 792
  • Dawson, Mr. P., on Electric Traction. See Electric Traction Decauville Light Railway in Normandy, 295
  • December Weather, 56
  • Decimal System, 509
  • Denis Papin's Steamboat, 63
  • Denmark and the Columbian Exposition, 56
  • Denmark Shipping? 510
  • Depreciation of Ships, 161
  • Derby, Double Collision near, 234
  • Derricks, Strength of, 293
  • Design of British Battleships, 749. See LETTERS, Our Naval Position
  • Designs of Torpedo-Boat Destroyers and Admiralty, 253, 288, 293
  • "Desperate," Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Thornycroft), 30, 415, 550
  • Destroyers. See Warships
  • Destroyers Ordered (Industrial Situation), 546. See also 790
  • Destructors, Bath Refuse (Warner's), 12
  • Determination of High Temperatures, 263
  • Determining the Frequency of Alternating Currents, 125
  • Dewar's Apparatus for Liquefying Air and Oxygen, 263
  • Diagrams, Entropy, 1
  • Diagrams, Theta-Phi, 822
  • Diagrams of Metal Prices, 26, 196, 326, 450, 616, 56
  • Diamond Mining, South African, 257
  • Dick, Mr., on Metallic Bars by Extrusion, 636; 38
  • Dielectrics, 724
  • Dietrich, Herr A., on German War Vessels, 825, 33
  • Differential Charges for Electricity Supply, 818
  • Diffusion of Carbon in Iron, 670
  • Digger, Cooper Steam Digger Company, Limited, King's Lynn, 842
  • Dining Cars on Great Western Railway, 647
  • Disappearing Gun,. Gordon Carriage (Morgan Company, Ohio), 82
  • Disc Flywheel, 70-Ton (Allis Company, Milwaukee), 393
  • Disposal of Garbage, &<..• , 12
  • Disposal of Sewage at Paris, 225
  • Disposal of Sewage, United States, 114
  • Disposal of Trade Refuse, 788
  • Distilling Plant, Mirrlees, Watson, and Yaryan, 34, 605, 667, 742
  • Distribution, Polyphase Current, by Alternating Current Mains, 819
  • Docking Appliances, 805
  • Docks, Barry, 147, 214, 280, 339, 397
  • Docks, Naval 386
  • Doerfel-Proeli Shaft Governor on Mill Engine, 74
  • Donahadee, Collision near, 169
  • Donkin, Mr. Bryan, on Entropy Diagrams, 1
  • Doors, Bulkhead. See Bulkhead Doors
  • Doors, Water-Tight, in Fighting Ships, 406, 407, 17, 835. See LETTERS
  • "Doris," H.M.S. (Naval Construction and Armaments Company, Barrow), 776, 833
  • Dover Electric Lighting Engine Tests, 91
  • Drainage Works of Buenos Ayres, 93. See 200
  • Draught, Forced, and Coal-Dust Explosions, S22
  • Draughtsmen, 62
  • Drawings, Contractors', Admiralty and, 253, 288, 93
  • Dredging in Shafts, 399
  • Drift, Littoral, in Rivers, 363
  • Drill? Agricultural, 843
  • Drilling Machines, Electrically Driven, CrockerWheeler Company, Orange, N.J., 365. See 335
  • Drilling Machine, 4-Ft. Radial (Clifton and Crossley, Johnstone), 553
  • Drilling Machine, 24-Spindle (Herbert, Limited, Coventry), 312
  • Drilling Machine, Radial (Archdale), 389
  • Drilling, &c., Machine, Horizontal (Loudon Brothers, Glasgow), 186, 228
  • Drilling, Milling, and Boring Machine (Asquith, Halifax), 261
  • Drop Hammers, 105
  • Dry Amalgamation of Iron Ores, 646
  • Drysdale and Stoddart's Compensating Nuts, 617
  • Dublin Electric Tramway System, 742, 772
  • "Duchess of York," Engines of the Paddle Steamer (Penn), 198
  • Duddingston, Fatal Collision, 362
  • "Duke of Cornwall " Locomotive, Great Western Railway, 115, 197
  • Dunfermline, Boiler Explosion near, 859
  • Dust in Atmosphere, 515
  • Dust-Proof Wheel for Trucks, Longridge's, 229
  • Dutch Cruiser, Water - Tube Boilers for (Yarrow), 249
  • Dynamite Gun, 719
  • Dynamos, Specification, 800, 801
  • Dynamos (Crocker-Wheeler Company, ()range, N.J.), 365. See 335
  • Dynamos (Westinghouse Electrical Works), 429 99
  • Early Steamships (Sir E. J. Harland), 21
  • Earthquakes and Engineering, 111, 337, 398, 695
  • East Coast Route Mail Train, 719
  • East Indian Railway Company, 159, 819
  • East London Water Inquiry, 225
  • Eastern Railway of France Carriage Heating, 35. 773
  • Edgar Thomson Steel Works, U.S.A., 628
  • Edinburgh Royal Observatory, 469, 528, 747
  • Edinburgh, Serious Collision near, 267
  • Edison Company Electric Supply Station, Chicago, 246
  • Edison Effect, The, 456
  • Effect of Temperature on Strength of Iron and Steel, 240
  • Effect, The Edison, 456
  • Electric Alternating Arc, Analytical Study, 329
  • Electric Alternating Currents, Frequency, 725
  • Electric Alternating Current Mains for Polyphase Current Distribution, 819
  • Electric Alternating Current Measurements, 824
  • Electric Alternate - Current Motor, LangdonDavies, 806. See 854
  • Electric Alternating Current Transformers, 124, 59, 191, 223
  • Electric Arc, True Resistance of the, 647
  • Electric Arc, Wave Form of, 589
  • Electric Currents, Frequency of, 125, 725
  • Electric Elliptic Current and Magnetic Field, 725
  • Electric Engineers, Military, 123. See LgrrERs
  • Electric Generators, &c., Specification, 800, 801
  • Electric, Kelvin Bridge, Adjustment of, 589
  • Electric Lamps, High Voltage, 419
  • Electric Lamps, Life of Incandescent, 451
  • Electric Light, Gas v., 784
  • Electric Lighthouses, French, 563, 623, 733, 802, 36
  • Electric Lighting Engines, Dover, 91
  • Electric Lighting, Norwich, 705
  • Electric Lighting and Traction Station Combined, 818
  • Electric Machines, Armature Windings, 851
  • Electric Power, Rhone Hydro-, 494
  • Electric Street Railway at Montreal, 257
  • Electric Supply Station, Chicago, 246
  • Electric Tests, 611
  • Electric Traction :
  • Accounts and Classification of Tramways, &c , 5
  • Dynamos, Specifications, 800
  • Management of Electric Lines, 174, 242, 548
  • Metropolitan Elevated Railway of Chicago, 42
  • Motor Specifications, 801
  • Organisation, Discipline, and Rules, 548, 701
  • Specifications, 738, 800
  • Electric Traction in Britain, 549
  • Electric Traction, Conduit System, 614
  • Electric Tramway, Surface Rail, 809
  • Electric Tramway System, Dublin, 742, 772
  • Electric Transformers, 124, 159, 191, 223
  • Electric Transformers and Iron Losses, 716
  • Electric and Water Power Transmission, 142, 494
  • Electric Welding of Steam Pipes, &c., 603, 691
  • Electric Wiring, 414
  • Electrical Association, Municipal. 786,817
  • Electrical Communication with Lightships, '7SS
  • Electrical Engineers, linAtItAtion. 51. See LErrets
  • Presidential Address, by br. Hopkinson,' 134, 68. See 123
  • Electric Wiring (Conduit), by Mr. E. H. Johnson, 414
  • Concentric Wiring, by Mr. Sam Mayor, 414
  • High Voltage Glow Lamps, by Mr. G. L Addenbrooke, 419
  • Railway Telegraphy, by Mr. Langdon, 612
  • Experimental Tests on the Influence of the Shape of the Applied Potential Difference
  • Wave on the Iron Losses of Transformers, by Messrs. Stanley Becton, C. Percy Taylor, and J. Mark Barr, 716
  • Water Power at Small Falls, by Mr. A. Steiger, 85. See LETTERS
  • Electrical Engineering Theory, 134, 168
  • Electrical Resistance Box, 824
  • Electrical Road Carriage (Thrupp and Maberly), 91
  • Electrical Rules and Tables, 309
  • Electrical Training Gear, 16
  • Electrical Works, Crocker-Wheeler, Orange, N.J., 35, 385
  • Electrical Works, Westinghouse, Brinton, Pittsburg, 429,409
  • Electrically Driven Tools, Crocker-Wheeler Company, Orange, N.J., 365
  • Electrically Driven Tools (Westinghouse Electrical Works), 429, 499
  • Electrically Driven Twin Punching Machine (Craig and Donald), 27
  • Electricity on Board Ship, 836
  • Electricity Direct from Carbon, 446
  • Electricity, Intellectual Rise of (Review), 568, 84
  • Electricity for London Tramways, 511, 609, 852
  • Electricity Supply, Cost of, 818
  • Electro-Chemical Company's Works (Electrolytic Production of Caustic Soda and Bleach), 547
  • Electro-Pneumatic Signals, Westinghouse, 65
  • Electrolysis, Manufacture of Aluminium at Niagara, 263
  • Electrolysis, Production of Caustic Soda and Bleach by, 547
  • Elevated Electric Railway, Chicago, 42
  • Elevators, Hydraulic Gravel, 627
  • Elliott, Professor A. C., on Water-Tube Boiler Circulation, f 83
  • Elswick, 8-In. Guns of the Cruiser " Buenos Aires," 10, 46
  • Embankments, Rock Fill, and Nicaragua, 680
  • "Emperador Carlos V.," Engines of (Barcelona Company), 12
  • Emptying Merjelen Glacier Lake, 77
  • Engine, Chandler 120 Horse-Power Triple-Expansion, 118. See LETTERS
  • Engine, Entropy Diagrams,1
  • Engine, Gas (Warner and o.), 841
  • Engine, Oil (Carson and Toone), 841
  • Engine, Oil (Clarke's Crank and Forge Co.), 840
  • Engine, Oil (Clayton and Shuttleworth)? 841
  • Engine, Oil, 16 Horse-Power (Britannia Company, Colchester), 245
  • Engine, Oil, for Launch (Britannia Company, Colchester), 617
  • Engine, Oil (National Gas Engine Company), 841
  • Engine, Raworth's Universal High-Speed, 280
  • Engine, Steam, Theory, Receiver and Condenser Drop, 96, 164
  • Engine, Steam, Thermal Efficiency, 420
  • Engine, Sulzer, Economy Trial, 719
  • Engine Tests at Dover, 91
  • Engine, Triple-Expansion Mill (Westgarth, English, and Co.), 374
  • Engines of Argentine Cruiser " Buenos Aires " (Humphrys, Tennant, and Co.), 637, 708
  • Engines of the Channel Paddle Steamer "Duchess of York " (Penn), 198
  • Engines, Compound Mill (Whitmore and Binyon, Wickham Market), 711
  • Engines, Compound, Trial of, 132
  • Engines, Gas, 151
  • Engines, High-Speed, Indicator Gear for, 617
  • Engines of Italian Ironclad " Sicilia " (Ansaldo, Genoa), 312, 342, 452
  • Engines of Modern Cruisers (Naval Company, Barrow), 776, 833
  • Engines, Oil, for Boat Propulsion, Priestman's, 41
  • Engines, Peache's High-Speed, 690
  • Engines, Propelling, of the Spanish Cruiser "Emperador Carlos V." (Barcelona Company), 2
  • Engines of River Steamer " Santo Antonio " (Lytham Company), 283
  • Engines, Steam, Oil, and Gas, 840
  • Engines, The Proportions of High-Speed, 299
  • Engines of Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Barrow), 833
  • Engines of Torpedo-Boat Destroyers (Fairfield Company), 245
  • Engines, Traction, 841
  • Engines, Traction, in France, 321
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion Corliss, 129
  • Engines, Trile-Expansion, of H.M.S. "Renown" (Maudslay),79, 477, 560. See 507
  • Engines, Tripe-Expansion, T.-S.S. " Puri " (Gourlay Brothers and Co., Dundee), 502, 572
  • Engineering Calculations, Checking, 169
  • Engineering Design,Marine, 512
  • Engineering and Sipbuilding, 27, 57, 88
  • Engineers, Civil, v. Royal 61, 325, 337, 550, 586, 48, 777
  • Engineer's, Mechanical, Reference Book, 242
  • Engineers, Military Electric, 123. See LETTERS
  • Engineers in the Navy, 648
  • Engineers, United States Naval, 53
  • Engineers, Water Works, 56, 85. See Lama
  • English and American Railway Speeds, 61, 94, 59
  • English and American Rolling Mills, 659
  • English,Lieut.-Colonel Thomas, on Model Expel iments in Ship Resistance, 182, 297
  • English Shipbuilding, 27, 59, 88
  • English and United States Railroad Track, 721, 21
  • Entropy Diagrams, 1
  • Equations, Approximate Solution of, 178. 303
  • Ersatz Freya," German Warship, $25, 833
  • "Ersatz Leipzig." Gertnan Warship, 825, 830
  • "Ersatz Preussen," German Warship, 825, 833
  • Europe6n Blast-Fnaces, 619, 657
  • European Iron and Steel Works, 619, C57
  • Evaporating Apparattts &c., Sextuple Eirect (Mirrlees, Watson, and Yaryan), 534, 605, 667, 42
  • Excavator, Steam Crane, for Single Line Cuttings (Wilson, Liverpool), 245
  • Exhibition, Berlin, 323, 836
  • Exhibition, Carriage, at the Crystal Palace, 291, 83, 614, 644
  • Exhibition, Kiel International, 16, 567
  • Exhibition, Paris, 1900, 191, 444, 682, 783, 848
  • Exhibition, Saxon Thuringian, in Leipsic, 1897, 93
  • Exhibition, Stockholm, 1897, 386
  • Exhibition, Yachting, 125
  • Expanding Boiler Tubes by Power (Yarrow), 464' 76
  • Expansion of Cast Iron, 557
  • Experimental Error, 643, 652
  • Experiments on Arches, 255
  • Experiments in Ship Resistance, Model, 182, 207
  • Explosion. See Boiler Explosions
  • Explosion of a Blow-off Sump, 201. See LErrEns
  • Explosion on Board French Warship " Jaureguiberry," 819
  • Explosions, Boiler, 383
  • Explosions in Collieries, 649, 720
  • Explosives, 309
  • Exposition, Atlanta. See Atlanta Exposition
  • Extraction of Gold from Antimony Ores, 257
  • Extraction of Silver, Copper, and Tin, 374
  • Extrusion, Production of Metallic Bars by, 636, 38
  • Eynsham Bridge (Thames), 849
  • Failure of Gauge Glasses, 161
  • Fan, Compound Blower (Hodges and Co., London), 810
  • Faroe Islands, Coal in the, 419
  • February Weather, 351
  • Feed464, Automatic, Water-Tube Boilers, Yarrow,
  • Feed Motion for Planing Machines (Smith and Ridgway), 327
  • Feed Pump, Duplex Direct-Acting (Oddie and Hesse), 377
  • Feed Water, Chemical Means of Measurement, 32, 556, 654, 726
  • Fiery Mines, Safety Cartridges for, 56
  • Filtering and Separating Oil, 106
  • Fireproof Building Construction, 106
  • Flag, United States, 780
  • Flange, Press for Stamping Out Loom (Rice, Leeds), 723
  • Flaws, Microscopic, in Rails and Propellers, 91. See LETTERS
  • Fleming, Dr. J. A. on Alternate-Current Transformers, 124, 159, 191, 223
  • Floating Docks, 805
  • Flooring for Bridges, Strickland's, 810
  • Flying Machines, 67
  • Flying, Sailing Flight of Birds, 716
  • Flywheel, 70-Ton Disc (Allis Company, Milwaukee), 393
  • Folly Bridge, Oxford, 598
  • "Forban,' French Torpedo-Boat (Normand), 71
  • Forced Draught and Coal-Dust Explosions, 822
  • Ford and Moncur Hot-Blast Stove, 633, 856
  • Foreign Competition, 612, 624. See LETTERS, 20
  • Foreign Competition in Minerals, 157
  • Forge Shop Design, 290
  • Forging Hammers, 105
  • Fort Pitt Foundry, U.S.A., 628
  • Foundations for Drop Hammers, 106
  • Foundry Iron, Chemistry and Grading, 531
  • Foundry Practice, Modern, 106, 237, 493, 701
  • Fractures of Mild Steel, Crystalline, 257
  • France, Cycles in, 515
  • France, Traction Engines in, 321
  • Freight Rates, 88
  • French Iron and Steel Works, 619, 657
  • French Ironclads, Stranding of, 37. See 217
  • French Lighthouse Illumination, 563, 623, 733, 02, 836
  • French Naval Officers, Training, 221
  • French Navy Salvage Tug (Satres and Son, Lyons), 217
  • French Shipping Bounties, 162, 510
  • French Torpedo-Boat " Forban " (Normand), 71. See LETTERS
  • French Warship " Jaureguiberry," Accident on Board, 819
  • Frequency of Alternating Currents, Determining, 25
  • Frequency of Alternating Current, Measurement of, 725
  • Friction of Screws, 210
  • Froude, Mr. R. E. on Non-Uniform Rolling of Ships, 554, 694, 726. See 461
  • Fuel Economy in Oil Refineries, 143
  • Fuel, Oil and Gaseous, 143
  • "Fuji," Japanese Battleship (Thames Iron Works), 47
  • Furnace Gas Analysis, 452, 753
  • Furnace, Gas Lamp for Checking Boiler, 753
  • Furnace Production in United Kingdom, 581, 19, 667
  • Furnaces, Reversing Valve for Gas, 689
  • Galvanic Cells, Carbon Ions and Carbon Consuming, 446
  • Gantries to Coal-Loading Towers, 339. See 397
  • Garbage Disposal, 12, 788
  • Garwood's Line-Throwing Gun, 483
  • Gas Analysis, Furnace, 462
  • Gas Cylinders, 611
  • Gas Cylinders, Strength of, 350
  • Gas v Electric Light, 784
  • Gas Engines, 151
  • Gas Furnaces, Reversing Valve, 689
  • Gas Institute, Incorporated, 784
  • Gas Lamp for Checking Boiler Furnaces, 753
  • Gas Lighting Patents, Incandescent, 160,549
  • Gas, Mond; for Steelmaking, 670, 792
  • Gaseous Compounds of Iron and Nickel, 225.
  • Gaseous and Oil Fuel, 143.
  • Gases, Flue, Analysing, 452, 753
  • Gases, Liquefaction of (Dr. Hampson's Method), 21. Dewar's Method, 263
  • Gatei of Locks into Barry Docks, 147, 214. See 80, 339, 397
  • Gathampton Bridge, Great Western Railway, 9
  • Gauge Glass, Webb's, 98
  • Gauge Glasses, Failure, 164
  • Gauge, Smith's Micrometer, 405 .
  • Gehre's Steam Supirheater, 361. See 182, 893, 84, 681, 599
  • Geometry of Stability of Ships, 419, 488
  • German Iron and British Industries, 167
  • German Iron Production, 657. See 619
  • German Shipping, 510
  • German Warships " Ersatz Leipzig," " Ersatz Freya," " Ersatz Preussen," 825, 833
  • Gerniany, Shipbuilding, 788, 795, 805
  • Gibbon Oil Engine for Launch, 245, 617
  • Girders with Curved Flanges, Web Shear of Plate, 60
  • Girders, Stress on Bridge, 24
  • Glacier Lake, Emptying Merjelen, 77
  • Glasgow and Electric Traction, 549
  • Glasgow and South-Western Locomotive, 3
  • Glass; Webb's Safety 98
  • Glasses, Failure of Gauge, 164
  • Glazed Tiles for Concrete Buildings, Cockrill Doulton, 327
  • Glow Lamps, High Voltage, 410
  • Godstow Bridge over Navigation Cut, 849
  • Godstow Old Bridge, 849
  • Gohna Dam, Bursting of the (India), 514
  • Gold and Copper, Influence of Impurities on, 176
  • Gold Extraction from Antimony Ores, 257
  • Gold Mining in Matabeleland, 324
  • Gold Ores, Dry Amalgamation of, 646
  • Gordon Disappearing Carriage for 10-In. Gun (Morgan Company, Ohio), 82
  • Goring Bridge (Thames), 72
  • Governor Gear for Locomotive, Snowdon Railway, 527, 595. See 427, 479, 512
  • Governor, Shaft, Doerfel-Proell, 374
  • Governor, Shaft (Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies), 43
  • Governor, Shaft, Raworth's, 281
  • Governor, Shaft (Robinson and Auden, Limited, Wantage), 841
  • Grab Dredging, 399
  • Grading and Chemistry of Foundry Iron, 531
  • Gradiometer, Stanley's, 631
  • Grain Cargoes, 463
  • Grand Trunk Vicsitudes, 24
  • Gravel Elevators, Hydraulic, 627
  • Great Indian Peninsula Railway, 159, 819
  • Great Western Coal Premiums, 226, 259, 355
  • Great Western Railway Dining Cars, 647
  • Great Western Railway Passenger Locomotive, 15, 197
  • Great Western Railway Section, London-Penzance, 197
  • Great Western Railway, Three Accidents on the, 94
  • Great Western Train Service, 20, 54. See LETTERS, Coal Premiums
  • Greenwich Rainfall and Cloud Observations, 515
  • Grenfell's Sights for Ordnance, 116
  • Groves, Mr. L. John, Automatic filet, Crinan Canal, 565
  • Gull River Bridge, Canadian Pacific Railway, 115
  • Gun Carriage (Barbette), United States 12-In. Breechloading, 502
  • Gun Carriage Gordon Disappearing (Morgan Company, Ohio), 82
  • Gun Carriage, United States 8-In. Barbette, 153
  • Gun, Dynamite, 719
  • Gun, Garwood's Line-Throwing, 483
  • Gun Lathes (Pond Engineering Company's Works, Plainfield, New Jersey), 240
  • Gun Mounts, Quick-Firing, for Belgium, 192
  • Gun Training Gear, Electrical, 16
  • Guns, Armstrong 8-In., on the Argentine Cruiser "Buenos Aires," 10, 46
  • Guns, Automatic, 293
  • Guns, Automatic Breech Mechanism for Quick Firing (Canet), 587
  • Guns, Grenfell's Sights for, 116
  • Hail and Thunderstorms, Arctic, 811
  • Hall, Mr. B. J., on Ford and Moncur Hot-Blast Stoves, 633, 856
  • Hamburg, Port of, 805
  • Hammers, Steam Drop, 105
  • Hampson, Dr., Liquefaction of Gases, 421
  • "Handy," Torpedo - Boat Destroyer, Engines (Fairfield Company), 245
  • Hammen, Mr. A., on Checking Engineering Calculations, 169
  • Harbour Works, Tampico, Mexico, 516
  • Harbours, Naval, 386
  • Hardening of Steel, 671, 758, 760
  • Harland, the Late Sir Edward J., 21
  • Harrison-Street Electric Supply Station, Chicago, 46
  • "Hart," Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, Engines (Fairfield Company), 245
  • Hartlepool Shipbuilding, 28. See 57, 88
  • Hatchet Planimeter, 167
  • Hay and Straw Press (Howard, Bedford), 843
  • Heating Railway Carriages in France, 735, 773
  • H.M. Fleet Cruiser " Arrogant," 722
  • H.M.S. " Niobe "(Naval Construction and Armaments Company, Barrow), 776, 831
  • H.M.S. " Pelorus," 776. See 831
  • H.M.S. " Powerful " (Naval Construction Company, Barrow), 776, 831
  • H.M.S. " Renown," Machinery (Maudslay, Sons, and Field, Limited), 79, 477, 507, 560
  • H.M.S. " Sharpshooter," Belleville Boiler Tests in, 329
  • H.M.SS. " Doris " and " Juno " (Naval Company, Barrow), 776, 831
  • H.M. Torpedo - Boat Destroyer " Desperate " (Thornycroft), 30, 415, 550
  • H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer " Ranger " (Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co.), 482
  • H.M. Torpedo - Boat Destroyers " Handy," "Hart," and " Hunter," Engines ([[Fairfield Company), 245
  • H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyers " Sturgeon," "Starfish," "Skate" (Naval Construction and Armaments Company, Barrow), 776, 831
  • Hick, Hargreaves, and Co.'s Superheater, 361. See 182, 393. 484, 581, 599
  • High-Speed Engines. See Engines
  • High-Voltage Glow Lamps, 419
  • History of Explosives, 309
  • HolloWay-Longridge Gold Extraction Process, 267
  • Holloway, Mr:.George T., on Russian Petroleum, 9
  • Homestead Steel Works, U.S.A., 628
  • Hopkinson, _Dr. J., on Electrical Engineering, 34, 168
  • Homeless Carriage. See Carriage
  • Horseless Carriage Company Promotion, 715
  • Horseless Omnibuses, 549
  • B orseless 'Vehicles, 720
  • Hot-Blast Stoves, Ford and Montour, 633, 856
  • Hours of Labour, Wages and the, 847
  • Howe, Mr., on Steel Hardening, 671, 758, 760
  • Humber Shipbuilding, 29. See 67, 88
  • Hungary Zone Railway, 753
  • " Hunter," Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, Engines
  • (Fairfield Company), 245
  • Hydraulic Coal Loading Tips at Barry, 330, 397
  • Hydraulic Crane at Barry, Portable, 397, 398
  • Hydraulic Gravel Elevators, 627
  • Hydraulic Lock-Gate Machinery, Barry Docks, 47, 214. See 280, 339, 397
  • Hydraulic Paradox, 24
  • Hydraulic System for Points and Signals (Saxby and Farmer), 312. See LETTERS
  • Hydraulic Timber Crane (Hindson, Gateshead), 37
  • Hydro-Electric Installation, RhOne, 494
  • Hydro-Electric Power, Kennebec River, Maine, 06
  • Imperial Institute and Shows, 352
  • Implements, Agricultural, 843
  • Imports and Exports, 88
  • Impurities on Gold and Copper, Influence of, 76
  • Incandescent Electric Lamps, Life of, 451
  • Incandescent Gas Lighting Patents, 160, 549
  • Incandescent Lamp Tests, 329
  • Income Tax Authorities and Depreciation of Ships, 161
  • Incorporated Gas Institute, 784
  • India Branch and Feeder Railways, 686
  • Indian-China Railway, 820
  • Indian Dam (Gohna), Bursting of the, 514
  • Indian Railway, Another Trans-, 584
  • Indian Railway Property, 159, 819
  • Indicator Gear for High-Speed Engines, 617
  • Industrial Notes, 31, 67, 99, 131, 165, 198, 229, 61, 296, 327, 357, 389, 421, 453, 483, 521, 553, 88, 617, 651, 689, 723, 757, 791, 823, 855
  • Industrial Problems in Far East, 445
  • Industrial Situation, 546
  • Influence of Small Quantities of Impurities on Gold and Copper, 176
  • Ingersoll - Sergeant Company Air Compressing Plant, 676
  • Inglis, Mr. John, on Rates of Speed and Rates of Freight, 422
  • Inspection of Boilers, Compulsory, 644
  • Instruments, Levelling and Surveying, 631
  • Invention of Bessemer Process, 413, 612. See 67. See LETTERS
  • Invention, The March of, 475
  • Irish Shipbuilding, 69
  • Iron Carbides, Alloys with, 675
  • Iron, Cast, Contraction of, 557
  • Iron, Cast, Influence of Different Elements on, 31
  • Iron Competition by Foreigners, 612, 624. See LETTERS, 720
  • Iron, Diffusion of Carbon in, 670
  • Iron, Foundry, Chemistry and Grading of, 531
  • Iron Losses of Transformers, 716
  • Iron, Magnetisation of, 267
  • Iron and Nickel, Gaseous Compounds of, 225
  • Iron Ore Production and Competition, 157
  • Iron Production in Japan, 788
  • Iron Production in United Kingdom, 619, 581, 57
  • Iron, Russian, 447, 482
  • Iron and Steel, Effect of Temperature on Strength of, 240
  • Iron and Steel Institute : 89, 507
  • Report of the Council, 632
  • Treasurer's Report, 632
  • Bessemer Gold Medal, Dr. Hermann Wedding, 33
  • The Ford and bloncur Hot-Blast Stoves, by Mr Benjamin James Hall, 633, 856
  • Production of Metallic Bars by Extrusion, by Perry F. Nursey, 636
  • On the Treatment of New Zealand Magnetic Iron Sand, by Mr. E. Metcalf-Smith, 636, 727
  • On the Making of the Middle Lias Ironstone of the Midlands, by Mr. Edwin A. Walford, 636
  • The Annual Dinner, 636
  • On the Introduction of Standard Methods of Analysis, by Baron Hanns Jttptner von Jonstorff, 636
  • The Rate of Diffusion of Carbon in Iron, by Professor Roberts-Austen, 670
  • Mond Gas as Applied to Steel-Making, by Mr. John H. Darby, 670, 792
  • Mr. Howe's Researches on the Hardening of Steel, by M. Osmond, 670, 760
  • Further Notes on the Hardening of Steel, by Mr. Howe and Mr. Sauveur, 671, 758
  • Alloys with Iron Carbides, Mainly Manganese and Tungsten, by Mr. J. de Benneville, 675
  • Iron and Steel at Low Temperatures, Strength of, 14
  • Iron and Steel, Magnetic Properties of, 611, 727
  • Iron Trade. See British Iron Trade Association
  • Iron Works in Russia, Private, 447. See 482
  • Ironsand, Magnetic, 636, 727, 852
  • Ironsands, Taranaki, 852
  • Ironwork, Paints for, 353
  • Isis Bridges ; Great Western Railway, 669
  • Italian Ironclad " Sicilia," 312, 342, 452
  • Italian Shipping, 510
  • Italian-Swiss Tunnel Treaty, 91
  • Ives Photo-Chromoscope, 610
  • James Forrest Lecture, 643, 652
  • January Weather, 224
  • Japan Cotton Spinning, 640
  • Japan, Industrial Problems, 445
  • Japan Iron Production, 788
  • Japan Railway Bridge Vibrations, 111. See also Vibration
  • Japan Railway Workshops, 852
  • Japan Trade, Britain and, 193
  • Japanese Battleship " Fuji " (Thames Iron Works), 447
  • Japanese Battleship " Yashinia " (Armstrong and Co., Elswick), 310
  • Japanese Railways, 254
  • Japanese Shipping, 160
  • Japanese Swords, 323
  • "Jaureguiberry," Accident on Board, French Warship, 819
  • Jefferson, Mr. J., on Impurities in Gold and Copper, 176
  • "Jenny Lind" Locomotives. See LETTERS
  • Jetties at Barry Docks, 147, 214, 280, 339, 397
  • John Cockerill Company, 92
  • Joliette Bridge at Marseilles, 709
  • Jonage Canal and Rhone Hydro-Electric Tower, 94
  • Jones and Laughlin Works, U.S.A., 828
  • Jonstorff, Baron Hanns Juptner von, on Standard Methods of Analysis, 636
  • Jubilee of Lord Kelvin as Professor, 817
  • Jungfrau Railway, 385
  • "Juno," H.M.S. (Naval Company, Barrow), 776, 31
  • Kane-Pennington Motor, 17, 60
  • Kapteyn, Mr. Alb., on Westinghouse ElectroPneumatic Signals, 65
  • Keelhoff, Mr. F., on Strength of Cylindrica
  • Shells, 101. See Erratum, 135, and LETTERS
  • Kelvin Bridge, Adjustment of the, 589
  • Kelvin's Jubilee, Lord, 817
  • Kennedy, Professor, on Physical Experiments, 43 652
  • Kennington Bridge ; Great Western Railwa , 48
  • Kentish Rag,stone with Portland Cement, 753
  • "Kherson,' Russian Cruiser," Belleville Boilers, 83
  • Kiel International Exhibition, 16, 567
  • Kinellar Boiler Explosion, 136
  • Kitchen Boiler Explosions, 202
  • "Kittiwake," Yacht, with Priestman Oil Engine 541
  • Kriloff, Lieutenant A., on Pitching of Ships and Stresses, 461, 522
  • Laboratories, Bradford Technical College, 5, 73 43, 211, 277, 356, 370, 465. See Lamas
  • Laboratory Experiments, 643, 652
  • Laboratory, Physical, Penywern College, 739
  • Labour Strikes, Panaceas for, 322
  • Labour, Wages and Hours, 847
  • Laeisz, Mr. C. Ferd., on Shipbuilding in Germany, 788, 795, 805
  • Lake Emptying, Merjelen Glacier, 77
  • Lake Shore and Michigan Railroad High-Speed
  • Locomotive (Brooks Company), 246. See LETTER, 451
  • Lamps, High Voltage Glow, 419
  • Lamps, Incandescent, Life of, 451
  • Lamps of 220 Volts, Electric,786
  • Lanorenon Car Heating Systm, 735, 778
  • Langdon-Davies Alternate Current Motor, 806. See 854
  • Lathe, Brass-Finisher's Chasing (Britannia Company), 471
  • Lathe for Milling Cutters, Backing-off (Ludwig
  • Loewe and Co.), 165
  • Lathes, Gun (Pond Engineering Company's Works, Plainfield, N.J.), 240
  • Lathes (Shanks, Johnstone), 574
  • Latrobe Steel Works, 571
  • Launch Engine, Oil, Britannia Company, Colcheater, 617
  • Launch "Kittiwake " with Priestman Oil Engine, 41
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 68, 97, 136, 199, 234, 68, 300, 330, 347, 392, 420, 456, 490, 524, 560, 90, 620, 660, 688, 730, 761, 796, 828, 860
  • Laval Steam Turbine Tests, 239
  • Leeds Express. See LETTERS, 586
  • Leicester Agricultural Show. See Agricultural Show
  • Letters to the Editor, 13, 59, 93, 127, 162, 194, 26, 259, 292, 324, 354, 386, 448, 516, 550, 585, 14, 648, 687, 720, 754, 777, 820
  • Level Crossing Fatal Accident, 155
  • Levelling and Surveying Instruments, 631
  • Levers for Drop Hammers, 105
  • Life of Incandescent Electric Lamps, 451
  • Light Railways in Normandy (Decauville), 295
  • Light Railways, 287, 324, 385. See LETrzas
  • Lighthouses in France, 563, 623, 733, 802, 836
  • Lighting, Electric, Norwich, 705
  • Lighting with Lamps of 220 Volts, 786
  • Lighting and Traction (Electric) Station Combined, 818
  • Lightning Representations, Turner's and Photographic, 257
  • Lightships, Electrical Communication, 788
  • Lille Experiments, Belt and Rope Power Transmission, 33,100
  • Limestone of the Midlands, Middle Lias, 636
  • Limited Liability Company Law Reform, 19
  • Line-Throwing Gun, Garwood's, 483
  • Liquefaction of Gases (Dr. Hampson's Method), 21
  • Liquefying Air and Oxygen, Professor Dewar's Apparatus, 263
  • Lister's Inclinometer Theodolite, 631
  • Literature, 114, 242, 309, 339, 512, 568, 631, 084, 52, 788, 850
  • Little Bytham Accident, 589. See LNITER13, Continuous Railway Brakes
  • Little Wittenham Bridge (Thames), 224
  • Littoral Drift in Rivers, 353
  • Liverpool Steam Tug Company's Wreck Raising, 02, 433
  • Liverpool Water Works, 559
  • Lloyd's Shipbuilding Returns, 88, 323, 546
  • Lock and Weir, Richmond, 47
  • Look-Nuts and Nut-Locking, 673, 668
  • Loblis into Barry Dock, 147, 214, 280. See 339, 397
  • Locomotive, Baldwin, for Russia, 709
  • Locomotive Cabs,-721, 780
  • Locomotive Coal Premiums, 226, 259, 355
  • Locomotive Crane for Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway (Isles, Limited, Leeds), 637
  • Locomotive Crane (Wilson, Liverpool), 757
  • Locomotive Crankshaft, Built-up (Webb's), 590
  • Locomotive, Glasgow and South-Western Railway, 32
  • Locomotive, High-Speed, United States (Brooks Company), 246. See LitrrEit, 451
  • Locomotive, " Jenny Lind." See Lwrrsas
  • Locomotive, Passenger, Great Western Railway, 15, 197
  • Locomotive Piston-Rods, 61
  • Locomotive, Snowdon Rack Railway, 427, 478, 12, 527, 595
  • Locomotives, Road, 841. See also Traction Engines
  • London Bridge, Buffer-Stop Collision at (SouthEastern Railway), 130
  • London Bridges. See Thames Bridges
  • London County Council and Contractors, 349, 79, 615. See Limns
  • London and North-Western Railway, Taxation in Rural Districts, 256
  • London South-Eastern Railway Traffic, 717
  • London Tramway Consolidation Scheme, 511 09, 852
  • London Water Inquiry, East, 225
  • London Water Supply, 881, 419
  • Longridge Holloway Gold Extraction Process, 67
  • Longridge, Mr. Michael, on Tests of Compound Engines, 132
  • Longridge's Dust-Proof Wheel for Trucks, 229
  • Loom Flange Stamping-out Press (Price, Leeds), 23
  • Loose Carriage Wheel, 360
  • Losses in Battle, 449
  • Luxemburg Iron Production, 657. See 610
  • Lyons Hydro-Electric Installation, 494
  • MacCarthy, Mr. Samuel, on the Electric Welding of Steam Pipes, 603, 691
  • Macclesfield, Boiler Explosion near, 659
  • Machinery of TheatrJ Stages. See Theatre Stare
  • Madeley Heath Boiler Explosion, 201
  • McPhail and Simpson's Superheater, 393, 484. See 182, 361, 581, 699
  • Magnetic Field of Elliptical Current, 725
  • Magnetic Ironsand, 636, 727, 852
  • Magnetic Properties of Iron and Steel, 727
  • Magnetic qualities of Iron, 611
  • Magnetisation of Iron, 267
  • Mains, Alternating Cut:rent, for Polyphase Current Distribution, 819
  • Malting Machinery, 846
  • Management of Electric Lines, 174, 242, 648
  • Manchester Rates and the Canal, 482. See 291
  • Manchester Ship Canal Prospects, 291, 482
  • Manchester Ship Canal Tidal Openings, 585
  • Manchester Steam Users' Association, 859
  • Manchester Water Works, 559
  • Manganese and Iron Alloys, 676
  • Manufacturers' Profits in United States, 192
  • Manure Distributing Machines, 843
  • Maquinista Terrestre y Maritima, Barcelona (Engines of Spanish Cruiser " Emperador Carlos V."), 12
  • March of Invention, 475
  • March Weather, 547
  • Marine Engineering Research, 128
  • Marine Propulsion, 752
  • Marseilles Swing Bridges, 709
  • Matabeleland, Gold Mining in, 324
  • Materials, Standard Tests of, 16
  • May Weather, 751
  • Measuring Frequency of Alternating Current, 25
  • Measurement of Alternating Currents, 824
  • Measurement of Water by Chemical Means, 432, 56, 654, 726
  • Mechanical Engineers, American society of :
  • New York Meeting, 105
  • Presidential Address (Development of the Drop Hammer), by Mr. Charles E. Billings, 05
  • Foundations (Discussion), 106
  • Filtering and Separating Oil (DiscussionN 106
  • Standard Tests of Material, by Mr. G. C. Hening, 106
  • Fire-Resisting Building Material, Committee Report, 106
  • Water Power of Caratunk Falls, Kennebec River, Maine, by Mr. Samuel McElray, 106
  • Water Power, Its Generation and Transmission, by Mr. Samuel Webber, 142
  • Oil and Gaseous Fuel (Discussion), 143
  • Fuel Economy in Oil Refineries, by Mr. Charles E. Emery, 143
  • The Reliability of Throttling Calorimeters, by Professor James E. Denton, 207
  • Comparative Tests of Steam Boilers with Different Kinds of Coal, by Mr. Charles E. Emery, 207
  • Experiments on the Friction of Screws, by Albert Kingsbury, 210
  • Testing of a 10-Horse-Power De Laval Steam Turbine, by Professor W. F. M. Goss, 239
  • Rf cording Device for Testing Machine, by G. W. Bissel, 240
  • The Pond Engineering Company's Works (Visit), 240
  • Effect of Temperature on Strength of WroughtIron and Steel, by Professor R. 0. Carpenter, 40
  • Some Data Relating to Forge-Shop Design, by P. M. Chamberlain, 290
  • Photometric Experiments, by Professor D. S. Jacobus, 290
  • The PropOrtions of High-Speed Engines, by Mr. J. H. Barr, 291, 299
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of :
  • Report on the Lille Experiments upon the Comparative Efficiency of Ropes and Belts for the Transmission of Power, translated by Professor David S. Capper, 33, 100
  • Report of the Council, 179
  • New President (Mr. E. Windsor Richards), 179
  • Telemeters and Range Finders for Naval and other Purposes, by Professors Barr and
  • Stroud, 179, 232, 264. See 809
  • The Calculation of Horse-Power for Marine Propulsion, by Lieut.-Col. Thomas English, 82, 297
  • Notes on Steam Superheating, by Mr. William Patchell, 182, 361, 393, 484, 581, 699
  • Presidential Address, by Mr. E. Windsor Richards, 581, 619, 657
  • Electric Welding of Steam Pipes and Fittings by Benardos Arc Welding, by Mr. Samuel MacCarthy, 603, 691
  • Mechanical Engineer's Reference Book, 242
  • Mechanical Telegraphy, 447
  • Mechanics at South Kensington, 256
  • Medley Navigation Cut Bridge, 849
  • Medley Weir and Bridge, 849
  • Melan Arch, Experiments on, 255
  • Meldometer for Determining High Temperatures, 63
  • Mercantile Marine, Balance Sheet, 323
  • Merchant Cruisers in France, 162
  • Merjelen Glacier Lake, Emptying, 77
  • Mersey Shipbuilding, 29. See 57, 88
  • Messageries Maritimes and Belleville Boilers, 46
  • Metal Price Diagrams, 26, 196, 326, 450, 616, 756
  • Metal Teats, 339
  • Metallic Bars by Extrusion, Production, 636, 638
  • Meteorological Observations, 81
  • Meteorological Society, Royal :
  • Presidential Address (Mr. R. Inwards), 81
  • Phenologioal Observations for 1895, Report by Mr. Edward Mawley, 257
  • Recent Unusually High Barometer Readings in the British Isles, by Mr. R. H. Scott, 257
  • Turner's Representations of Lightning, by Mr. R. Inwards, 257
  • Weather Forecasts and Storm Warnings; how they are prepared and made known, by Mr. Frederic Gaster, 886
  • Mean Amount of Cloud on Each Day of the Year at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, 841.90, by Mr. W. Ellis, 515
  • Dust in the Atmosphere, by Mr. E. D. Fridlander, 515
  • Greenwich Rainfall, 1879.90, by Major H. E. Rawson, 515
  • On the Exposure of Anemometers, by Mr. R. H. Curtis,, 680
  • Arctic Hail and Thunderstorms, by Mr. H. Harries, 811
  • Climatology of Valencia Island, by Mr. J. E. Cullum, 811
  • Metric System, 509
  • Metric System and Standard Screw Threads, 87, 63, 291, 352, 360. See LErrsos
  • Metropolitan. See London,
  • Metropolitan Elevated Railway of Chicago, 42
  • Mexican Harbour, Tampico, 516
  • Michaelis' Report on Portland Cement with Kentish Ragstone, 753
  • Micrometer Gauge, Smith's Direct-Reading, 405
  • Microscopic Examination of Steel Fractures, 429, 86. See LurrEas, Crankshafts
  • Microscopic Internal Flaws in Steel Rails and Propellers, 91. See LETTERS
  • Middle Lias Limestone of the Midlands, 636
  • Military Electric Engineers, 123. See LETTERS
  • Mill Engines, Compound (Whitmore and Binyon, Wickham Market), 711
  • Milling, Boring, and Drilling Machine (Asquith, Halifax), 261
  • Milling Cutters, Lathe for, 165
  • Milling, &c., Machine, Horizontal (Loudon Brothers, Glasgow), 186, 228
  • Milling Machine (Richards, Limited, Manchester), 823
  • Milling Machine, Test Piece (Buckton), 720
  • Milling Machinery at Agricultural Show, 845
  • Mills, Sugar, Mirrlees, Watson, and Yaryan, 531, 05, 667, 742
  • Milne, Mr. John, on Vibrations and Engineering, 11, 337, 398, 676, 721
  • Milne's Vibration Meter, 675. See 721
  • Minchin, Professor G. M., on Catenary Problems, 73, 803
  • Mineral Industry: 157
  • Mineral Oil in Boilers, 681
  • Mines, Safety Cartridges for Fiery, 56
  • Mining Engineers, American Institute of :
  • The Coal Fleets of Pittsburg, by Professor Lewis M. Haupt, 401
  • List of Papers, 402
  • Carbon Bricks in the Blast-Furnace, by Dr. R. W. Raymond, 402
  • The Accumulation of Amalgam on Copper Plates, by Mr. R. T. Bayliss, 481
  • Australian Broken Hill Consols Mine, by Mr. George Smith, 481
  • The Mobility of Molecules of Cast Iron, by Mr. A. E. Outerbridge, Jun., 481
  • The Chemistry and Grading of Foundry Iron, by Messrs. C. R. Baird and Co., 531
  • Influence of Different Elements in Cast Iron, by Mr. E. K. Landis, 531
  • Walrand-Legenisel Process, by Mr. H. L. Hollis, 532
  • Notes on Conveying Belts and their Use, by Mr. Thomas Robbins, 532
  • Effect of Expansion on Shrinkage and Contraction in Making Castings, by Mr. Thomas D. West, 557
  • Hydraulic Gravel Elevattrs, by Mr. Crandall, 27
  • The Effect of Additions of Titaniferous Ores to Phosphoric Iron Ores in the Blast Furnace, by Auguste J. Rossi, 627
  • Excursions Jones and Laughlin Works, 628
  • Schoenberger Steel Company, 628
  • Fort Pitt Foundry, 628
  • Star Tinplate Mill, 628
  • Homestead Steel Works, 628
  • Edgar Thomson Steel Works, 628
  • Carnegie Library, 628
  • Glass Making by Regenerative Furnace, 628
  • Mirabeau Bridge over Seine, 767, 799
  • Mirfield, Side Collision at, 164
  • Mirrlees, Watson, and Yaryan Sugar Machine Works, 534, 605, 667, 742. See 809
  • Miscellanea, 17, 51, 85, 126, 165, 196, 228, 258, 2M, 17, 346, 379, 411, 448, 478, 507, 643, 577, 616, 41, 679, 713, 747, 790, 813, 854
  • Mistaking a Signal, 102
  • Mobility of Molecules of Cast-Iron, 481
  • Model Experiments in Ship Resistance, 182, 291
  • Modern Foundry Practice, 106, 237, 493, 701
  • Modern Theatre Stages. See Theatre Stages Molecules of Cast Iron, Mobility of, 481
  • Mond Gas for Steelmaking, 670, 792
  • Mond and Gaseous Compounds of Iron and Nickel, 226
  • Monier Arch, Experiments on, 255
  • Montparnasse Station Accident, Paris, 473
  • Montreal Electric Street Railway, 257
  • Morse Valve Reseating Machine, 637
  • Morton, President H., on Roentgen Rays, 498
  • Motor Carriage, Company Promotion, 715
  • Motor Carriages at the Crystal Palace, 291, 614, 44
  • Motor, Electric Road (Thrupp and Maberly), 791
  • Motor, Kane-Pennington, 17, 60
  • Motor, Langdon-Davies Alternate-Current, 806. See 854
  • Motor Omnibuses, 549
  • Motor, Panhard-Levassor Road, 505
  • Motor, Peugeot Road, 276, 305
  • Motor Specifications, 801
  • Motor Truck, Specification, 801
  • Motors on Common Roads, 128
  • Motors (Crocker-Wheeler Company, Orange, N.J.), 365
  • Motors (Westinghouse Electrical Works), 429, 99
  • Moulding, Modern Foundry Practice, 106, 237, 93, 701
  • Moulsford Bridge, Great Western Railway, 73
  • Mountain Railway, Snowdon, 427, 478, 512, 627. See Lamas, 595
  • Mounting of Elswick 8-In. Quick-Firing Guns, 10, 6
  • Mount for 10-In. Gun, Gordon Disappearing (Morgan Company, Ohio), 82
  • Mounts for Belgian Quick-Firing Gun, 192
  • Mounts for Guns. See also Carriage
  • Moving a Church, 293, 451
  • Mowing Machine, Pratt's, 844
  • Municipal Electrical Association, 786, 817
  • Naphtha Industry in the Caucasus, 686
  • National Gas Engine Company's Oil Engine, 841
  • Naval Annual, 788, 850
  • Naval Architects. Institution 01: 52
  • Council Report, 416
  • Presidential Address by Earl of lIopetoun, 417
  • Water - Tight Doors, and their Danger to Modern Fighting Ships, by Lord Charles Beresford, C.B., R.N., 06, 417. See LETTERS
  • Water-Tight Doors, by Colonel Nabor Director of Naval Construction, Royal Italian Navy; 407, 417
  • Some Geometry in Connection with the Stability of Ships, by Mr. J. G. Bruhn, 419, 488
  • Annual Dinner, 419
  • The Causes of Mysterious Fractures in the Steel used by Marine Engineers as Revealed by the Microscope, by Mr. A. E. Seaton, 29, 486. See LETTERS, Crankshafts
  • The Measurement of Feed and Circulating Water, &c., by Chemical Means, by Mr. C. E. Stromeyer, 432, 556, 654, 726
  • Salvage Appliances, by Mr. J. G. Kinghorn, 33. See 402
  • Compound Marine Boilers, by Colonel Nabor Soliani, 433, 439. See LErrzas
  • Water-Tube Boilers, by Mr. J. Watt, 433, 454
  • Circulation in Water-Tube Boilers, by Professor W. H. Watkinson, 433, 437
  • The Non-Uniform Rolling of Ships, by Mr. R. E. Froude, 461, 554, 694, 725
  • A New Theory of the Pitching Motion of Ships on Waves, and of the Stresses Produced by this Motion, by Captain A. Kriloff, Professor at the Naval Academy of St. Petersburg, 461, 522
  • Notes on the Carriage of Grain Cargoes, by Mr. George Herbert Little, 463
  • Concluding Proceedings, 464
  • Mr. Yarrow's Experiments on Water - Tube Boilers, 464
  • Hamburg Meeting, 584, 787, 803
  • Opening Proceedings, 787. See also 804
  • Welcome by Bttrgermeister Dr. Monckeberg, President of the Senate of Hamburg, 787
  • The Maritime Position and Principal Features of the Port of Hamburg, by Herr F. Andreas Meyer, Engineer-in-Chief of the City of Hamburg, 788, 805
  • Shipbuilding in Germany, by Herr C. Ferd. Laeisz, Chairman of the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, 788, 795, 805
  • Recent Improvements in Ship-Docking Appliances, by Mr. Lyonel Clark, 788, 805
  • Entertainments and Dinner at Hamburg, 804
  • Berlin. Meeting, 804
  • Reception of the Members in the Aula by the President and Members of the Berlin Reception Committee, 804
  • Inaugural Speech by His Excellency Admiral Hohmann, Imperial Minister of Marine. The Earl of Hopetoun's Reply, 804
  • Development in the Design and Construction of German Men-of-War, by Herr A. Dietrich, Constructor-in-Chief of the German Navy, 25, 833
  • The Classification and Relative Power of Warships, by Dr. F. Elgar, 833
  • On Signs of Weakness in Tank Steamers, by Herr Otto Schlick, 833
  • Dinner of the Institution, 833
  • Reception at Exhibition by the President and Committee of the Representatives of Berlin Commerce and Industry, 804
  • On Various Descriptions of Doors, Applicable to Water-Tight Bulkheads, their Fastenings, &c., by Mr. B. Martell, 835
  • The Employment of Electricity on Board Ships, by Herr F. Eickenradt, 836
  • 'Concluding Proceedings, 836
  • Excursion to Stettin Works, 836
  • Berlin Exhibition, 836
  • Naval Contracts for the Thames, 189, 382
  • Naval Engineers, United States, 53
  • Naval Officers, Training of French, 221
  • Naval Position, 121. See LieirrEas
  • Naval Telemeters, 179, 232, 261, 809
  • Naval Works, 386
  • Navvy, Steam, for Single-Line Cuttings (Wilson, Liverpool), 245
  • Navy Estimates, 319, 351
  • Navy and Merchant Marine, 121. See LETTERS, Nasal Position
  • Navy, Ships of the. See Warships
  • Netherlands Shipping, 510
  • New Bridge, 850
  • New Zealand Ironsands, 852
  • New Zealand Magnetic Ironsand, 636, 727
  • Newcastle Boiler Explosion, 795
  • Newport Water Works Scheme, 615
  • Niagara Works for Manufacture of Aluminium by Electrolysis, 263
  • Nicaragua Canal Estimates, 580
  • Nickel, Gaseous Compounds of Iron and, 225
  • "Niobe," H M.S. (Naval Construction and Armaments Company, Limited, Barrow), 776, 833
  • Non-Conducting Coverings, Testing, 539
  • Motor, Peugeot Road, 276, 305
  • Motor Specifications, 801
  • Motor Truck, Specification, 801
  • Motors on Common Roads, 128
  • Motors (Crocker-Wheeler Company, Orange, N.J.), 365
  • Motors (Westinghouse Electrical Works), 429, 99
  • Moulding, Modern Foundry Practice, 106, 237, 93, 701
  • Moulsford Bridge, Great Western Railway, 78
  • Mountain Railway, Snowdon, 427, 478, 512, 527.
  • See Lioritas, 595
  • Mounting of Elswick 8-In. Quick-Firing Guns, 10, 6
  • Mount for 10-In. Gun, Gordon Disappearing (Morgan Company, Ohio)? 82
  • Mounts for Belgian Quick-Firing Gun, 192
  • Mounts for Guns. See also Carriage Moving a Church, 293, 451
  • Mowing Machine, Pratt's, 844
  • Municipal Electrical Association, 786, 817
  • * Naphtha Industry in the Caucasus, 686
  • National Gas Engine Company's Oil Engine, 841
  • Naval Annual, 788, 850
  • Naval Architects, Institution of : 52
  • Council Report, 416
  • Presidential Address by Earl of IIopetoun, 417
  • Water - Tight Doors, and their Danger to Modern Fighting Ships, by Lord Charles
  • Beresford, C.B., R.N.' 406, 417. See LETTERS
  • Water-Tight Doors, by Colonel Nabor Soliani, Director of Naval Construction, Royal Italian Navy; 407, 417
  • Some Geometry in Connection with the Stability of Ships, by Mr. J. G. Bruhn, 419, 488
  • Annual Dinner, 419
  • The Causes of Mysterious Fractures in the Steel used by Marine Engineers as Revealed by the Microscope, by Mr. A. E. beaton, 29, 486. See I./arms, Crankshafts
  • The Measurement of Feed and Circulating Water, &c., by Chemical Means, by Mr. C. E. Stromeyer, 432, 556, 654, 726
  • Salvage Appliances, by Mr. J. G. Kinghorn, 33. See 402
  • Compound Marine Boilers, by Colonel Nabor Soliani, 433, 439. See Lzrrzas
  • Water-Tube Boilers, by Mr. J. Watt, 433, 454
  • Circulation in Water-Tube Boilers, by Professor W. H. Watkinson, 433, 437
  • The Non-Uniform Rolling of Ships, by Mr. R. E. Froude, 461, 554, 694, 725
  • A New Theory of the Pitching Motion of Ships on Waves, and of the Stresses Produced by this Motion, by Captain A. Kriloff, Professor at the Naval Academy of St. Petersburg, 401, 522
  • Notes on the Carriage of Grain Cargoes, by Mr. George Herbert Little, 463
  • Concluding Proceedings, 464
  • Mr. Yarrow's Experiments on Water - Tube Boilers, 464
  • Hamburg Meeting, 584, 787, 803
  • Opening Proceedings, 787. See also 804
  • Welcome by Blirgermeister Dr. Monckeberg, President of the Senate of Hamburg, 787
  • The Maritime Position and Principal Features of the Port of Hamburg, by Herr F. Andreas Meyer, Engineer-in-Chief of the City of Hamburg, 788, 805
  • Shipbuilding in Germany, by Herr C. Ferd. Laeisz, Chairman of the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, 788, 795, 805
  • Recent Improvements in Ship-Docking Appliances, by Mr. Lyonel Clark, 788, 805
  • Entertainments and Dinner at Hamburg, 804
  • Berlin Meeting, 804
  • Reception of the Members in the Aula by the President and Members of the Berlin Reception Committee, 804
  • Inaugural Speech by His Excellency Admiral Hohmann, Imperial Minister of Marine. The Earl of Hopetoun's Reply, 804
  • Development in the Design and Construction of German Men-of-War, by Herr A. Dietrich, Constructor-in-Chief of the German Navy, 25, 833
  • The Classification and Relative Power of Warships, by Dr. F. Elgar, 833
  • On Signs of Weakness in Tank Steamers, by Herr Otto &thick, 833
  • Dinner of the Institution, 833
  • Reception at Exhibition by the President and Committee of the Representatives of Berlin Commerce and Industry, 804
  • On Various Descriptions of Doors, Applicable to Water-Tight Bulkheads, their Fastenings, &c., by Mr. B. Martell, 835
  • The Employment of Electricity on Board Ships, by Herr F. Eickenradt, 836
  • 'Concluding Proceedings, 836
  • Excursion to Stettin Works, 836
  • Berlin Exhibition, 836
  • Naval Contracts for the Thames, 189, 382
  • Naval Engineers, United States, 53
  • Naval Officers, Training of French, 221
  • Naval Position, 121. See LErrzas
  • Naval Telemeters, 179, 232, 261, 809
  • Naval Works, 386
  • Navvy, Steam, for Single-Line Cuttings (Wilson, Liverpool), 245
  • Navy Estimates, 319, 351
  • Navy and Merchant Marine, 121. See LETTERS, Naval Position
  • Navy, Ships of the. See Warships
  • Netherlands Shipping, 510
  • New Bridge, 850
  • New Zealand Ironsands, 852
  • New Zealand Magnetic Ironsand, 636, 727
  • Newcastle Boiler Explosion, 795
  • Newport Water Works Scheme, 615
  • Niagara Works for Manufacture of Aluminium by Electrolysis, 263
  • Nicaragua Canal Estimates, 580
  • Nickel, Gaseous Compounds of Iron and, 225
  • "Niobe," H M.S. (Naval Construction and Armaments Company, Limited, Barrow), 776, 833
  • Non-Conducting Coverings, Testing, 539

Normand French Torpedo-Boat " Forban," 471. See LETTERS

  • Normandy Light Railway (Decauville), 295
  • North-Eastern Brake Experiments, 16, 62, 94, 30, 164, 195, 227, 260, 356
  • North Hinksey Road Bridge, 742
  • Norway Shipping, 510
  • Norway, Wood Pulp in, 161
  • Norwich Electric Lighting, 705
  • Notes from Cleveland and the Northern Counties, 17, 49, 83, 118, 163, 187, 218, 250, 284, 16, 345, 377, 408, 441, 471, 505, 512, 675, 606, 40, 678, 712, 746, 780, 812, 853
  • Notes from the North, 25, 50, 84, 119, 154, 187, 19, 251, 285, 316, 346, 378, 410, 440, 472, 506, 42, 576, 607, 640, 678, 712, 746, 780, 812, 853
  • Notes from the South-West, 26, 60, 84, 118, 151, 86, 218, 250, 284, 316, 346, 378, 411, 441, 472, 06, 543, 576, 607, 640, 679, 722, 747, 781, 812, 53
  • Notes from South Yorkshire, 25, 51, 84, 118, 164, 86, 218, 260, 284, 316, 345, 377, 409, 441, 472, 06, 542, 575, 606, 639, 678, 712, 746, 781, 811, 53
  • Notes from the United States, 25, 47, 82, 153, 194, 26, 250, 2.14, 345, 377, 403, 440, 471, 505, 541, 75, 606, 637, 678, 712, 746, 790, 811, 852
  • Nottingham Gas and Electric Light, 784
  • Nozzle, Ball (Hydraulic Paradox), 21
  • Nunehain Bridge ; Great Western Railway, 480
  • Nursey, Mr. Perry F., on Production of Metallic Bars by Extrusion, 636, 638
  • Nuts, Drysdale and Stoddart's Compensating, 617
  • Nuts, Lock, and Nut Locking, 573, 658

Obituary:

  • Observations, Meteorological, 81
  • Observatory, Royal, Edinburgh, 469, 528, 747
  • Occupation Bridge, Culham Cut, .335
  • Oddie and Hesse Duplex Direct-Acting Feed Pump, 377
  • Officers, Training of French Naval, 221
  • Of let, Automatic, Crinan Canal, 505
  • Oil. See also Petrofeurn
  • Oil in Boilers, Mineral, 681
  • Oil Engines. See Engines
  • Oil Filtering and Separating, 106
  • Oil and Gaseous Fuel, 143
  • Oil Industry, Russian, 686
  • Oil Motor Carriages at the Crystal Palace, 291, 14, 644
  • Oil Motor, Kane-Pennington, 17, 60
  • Oil Motor, Panhard-Levassor Road, 565
  • Oil Tank Steamers, Weakness, 355, 517, 833
  • Oldham, Fatal Derailment and Collision near, 353
  • Omnibuses, Horseless, 549
  • Optical Apparatus in Lighthouses, 563, 623, 733, 02, 836
  • Optical Instruments, 611. See 469, 528
  • Optical Rotostat, 590
  • Ordnance. See Guns
  • Ores, Dry Amalgamation of Iron, 646
  • Ores, Titaniferous and Phosphoric, 627
  • Organisation, Discipline, anti Rules on Tramways, 548, 701
  • Osniond, M., on Steel Hardening, 671, 758, 760
  • Osney Bridge, 669
  • Oxford Gaslight and Coke Company, 593
  • Oxygen and Air, Liquefying Apparatus, Professor Dewar's, 263 ; Hampsons, 421
  • Oxygen Cylinders, Strength of, 350
  • Packing Blooks, 790
  • Paddle Engines. See Engines
  • Paddle Steamers. See Steatners
  • Paints for Ironwork, 353
  • Panaceas for Labour Strikes, 322
  • Pangbourne Bridge, 9
  • Panhard-Levassor Road Carriage, 565
  • Paris, Bridge over Seine, 767, 799
  • Paris Exhibition, 1900, 191, 444, 682, 783, 848
  • Paris Sewage Disposal, 225
  • Passenger Locomotive, Great Western Railway, 15, 197
  • Passenger Statistics, Atlantic, 158
  • Passengers, Profits from First and Third, 820. See
  • Patchell, Mr. William, on Steam Superheating, 82, 361, 393, 485, 581, 599
  • Patent Office and Trade Circulars' 227
  • Patent Record, 36, 69,103, 137, 171, 203, 235, 269, 01, 331, 303, 395, 425, 457, 491, 525, 561, 591, 21, 661, 697, 731, 765, 797, 829, 861
  • Pavilion, Clacton-on-Sea Pier and, 373
  • Paving Block Machinery (A. Ransome and Co., Limited), 357
  • Peache's High-Speed Engines, 690
  • "Pelorus," H.M S., 776. See 833
  • Penywern House Technical College, 739
  • Petroleum Engines. See Engines
  • Petroleum Refining in United States, 55
  • Petroleum, Russian, 89
  • Peugeot Road Motor, 276, 305
  • Phenologioal Observations for 1895, 257
  • Phillips' Water-Tube Boiler, 640
  • Phosphorus and Titaniferous Ores in Furnaces, 27
  • Photo-Chromoscope, Ives',610
  • Photography85 . See I t,ytt Society Soirée, 611,
  • Photometric Experiments, 290
  • Physical Experiment in Relation to Engineering, 643, 652
  • Physical Laboratory, Penywern College, 739

Physical Society :

  • Photography, Professor Rfintgen's Method, 167
  • Geometrical Instruments, by Mr. E. Scott and Signor Monticolo, 167
  • Resultant Tones, by Professor J. D. Everett, 67
  • Annual General Meeting, 263
  • The Determination of High Temperatures, by Professor Ramsay and Mr. Eumorfopoulos, 63
  • Some Experiments with Incandescent Lamps, by Sir D. Salomons, 329
  • Analytical Study of the Alternating-Current Arc, by Professor Fleming and Mr. Petavel, 29
  • An Addition to the Wheatstone Bridge for the Determination of Low Resistances, by Mr, J. H. Reeves, 390
  • Röntgen Ray Photographs, 390
  • The Edison Effect, Professor J. A. Fleming, 456
  • Notes on the Electro-Magnetic Effect of Moving Charges, by Mr. W. E. Morton, 456
  • Symbolism In Thermodynamics, by Mr. R. A. Lehfeld, 539
  • The Adjustment of the Kelvin Bridge, by Mr. Appleyard, 589
  • The Effect of Wave Form on the Alternate Current Aro, by Mr. J. Frith, 589
  • The True Resistance of the Electric Arc, by Messrs. Frith and Rogers, 647
  • Dielectrics, by Mr. R. Appleyard, 724
  • The Magnetic Field due to an Elliptical Current at a Point in the Plane of the Ellipse and within it, by Professor V. Jones, 725
  • New Instrument for Measuring the Frequency of Alternating or Pulsating Electric Currents, by Mr. Campbell, 725
  • On the Measurement of very Large and of very Small Alternating Currents, by Mr. Campbell, 824
  • Improved Form of Resistance Box, by Mr. Griffiths, 824
  • Röntgen Rays, by Professor S. P. Thompson, 25
  • Pier and Pavilion, Clacton-on-Sea, 373
  • Pipes, Electric Welding of Steam, 603, 691
  • Pipes, Solid-Flanged, 165
  • Piston-Rods, Locomotive, 61
  • Pitching of Ships and Stresses, 461, 522, 694, 725
  • Pittsburg Canal Barges, 401
  • Planimeter, Hatchet's, 167
  • Planing Machines, Feed Motion for (Smith and Ridgway), 327
  • Planing Machine for Wood Blocks, 357
  • Plenum Process of Shaft Sinking, 109
  • Ploughs, Steam, 842
  • Pneumatic Electric Signals, Westinghouse, 65
  • Pneumatic Process of Shaft Sinking, 109
  • Points and Signals, Hydraulic System for (Saxby and Farmer), 312. See Lmirrislis, Railway Signcds
  • Polluted Waters, Bacterio-Chemical Examination, 28. 762
  • Pollution, Aire and Calder, 815
  • Pond Engineering Company's Works, Plainfield, N.J., 240
  • Poor's Manual of Railroads, 222
  • Popp's Compressed Air Tramway, 699
  • Port of Hamburg, 805
  • Portable Hydraulic Crane at Barry, 397, 393
  • Portland Cement with Kentish Ragstone, 753
  • Potato Planting and Raising Machines, 844
  • Powdered Fuel Combustion, Wegener System, 80
  • Power from Small Falls, 785. See Livrritits, 821
  • Power Transmission by Belt and Rope (Lille Experiments), 33, 100
  • Power Transmission in South Wales Collieries, 62
  • Power-Worked Tramcars, 629, 699
  • " Powerful," H.M.S. (Naval Construction and Armaments Company, Limited, Barrow), 776, 33
  • Pownall, C.A.W., on Train Vibrations on Bridges, 11
  • Preller, Dr., on Coast and Lighthouse Illumination in France, 563, 623, 733, 802, 836
  • Preller, Dr., on Emptying Merjelen Glacier Lake, 77
  • Premiums, Coal, on Railways, 226, 259, 355
  • Press for Stamping Out Loom Flanges (Rice, Leeds), 723
  • Priestman's Oil Engine for Boat Propulsion, 541
  • Printing, Textile, 614
  • Procedure at the Admiralty, 283
  • Production of Caustic Soda and Bleach by Electrolysis, 547
  • Profits from First and Third Class Passengers, 20. See 779
  • Profits of Manufacturers in the United States, 92
  • Propeller Shafts, Microscopic Flaws in, 91. See LicrrEas, Microscopical, (kc.
  • Propellers, Marine, 752
  • Proportions of High-Speed Engines, 299
  • Pulp, Wood, in Norway, 161
  • Pump, Berrenberg Chaplin Vacuum, 98. See Erratum, 132
  • Pump, Duplex Direct-Acting Feed (Oddie and Hesse), 377
  • Pump, Merryweather Salvage, 676
  • Pumps, Water (Ingersoll-Sergeant Company), 77
  • Punching Machine, Electrically Driven (Craig and Donald), 27
  • "Puri," Twin-Screw Steamer (Gourlay, Dundee), 02, 672
  • Quick.Acting Brakes, 16, 02, 94, 130, 164, 195, 27, 2601 356
  • Quick-Finng Gun Mounts for Belgium, 192
  • Quick-Firing 8-In. Guns of " Buenos Aires" (Armstrong, Elswick), 10, 40
  • Quick-Firing Guns, Canet Automatic Breech Mechanism, 587
  • Rack Railway, Snowdon Mountain, 427, 478, 512, 27, 595. See farms
  • Rail Breaking Tests, 230. See Lisrms, 260
  • Rail Expansion, Accident due to, 858
  • Rails, Microscopic Flaws in, 91. See LETTERS, Microscopical
  • Railway Accidents. See Accidents
  • Railway Accidents and Continuous Brakes, 722. 21
  • Railway, Another Trans-Indian, 584
  • Railway Brakes, Continuous, 818
  • Railway Bridges. See Bridges
  • Railway Carriage Heating in France, 735, 773
  • Railway Chairs, Steel, 550, 585, 649
  • Railway Crane for Lancashire and Yorkshire
  • Railway (Isles, Limited, Leeds), 637
  • Railway Crossing, 27
  • Railway Dining Cars, 647
  • Railway, Grand Trunk, 21
  • Railway, Great Western and South-Western Train Service, 20, 64
  • Railway, Indian-China, to Yunnan, 820
  • Railway, Jungfrau, 385
  • Railway, Light, in Normandy (Decauville), 295
  • Railway Passengers, Profits from First and Third, 820. See 779
  • Railway Property, Indian, 159, 819
  • Railway Run, United States Fast, 91. See LETTERS
  • Railway Signals and Points, Hydraulic System, Saxby and Farmer, 312. See LETTERS
  • Railway Signals, Westinghouse Electro-Pneumatic, 65 Railway Situation, British, 123
  • Railway, Snowdon Mountain, 427, 478, 512, 527, 95. See LETTERS
  • Railway, South-Eastern, and its Traffic, 717
  • Railway Speeds, High, 61, 94, 259
  • Railway System, Hungary Zone, 753
  • Railway Taxation in Rural Districts, 256
  • Railway Telegraphy, 612
  • Railway Track, English and United States, 721, 21
  • Railway Train Arrangements, Scotch, 852
  • Railway Train, East Coast, 719
  • Railway Wages in Victoria, Extravagant, 161
  • Railway Wagons, 721, 779
  • Railway Workshops in Japan, 852
  • Railways. See also Electric Traction
  • Railways, Belgian, 614
  • Railways in China, 225, 322, 820
  • Railways in India, Branch and Feeder, 686
  • Railways, Japanese, 254
  • Railways, Light, 287, 324, 385. See LETTERS
  • Railways, Profits of United States, 222
  • Railways, Russian, 446
  • Railways, Vibrations and, 111, 337, 398, 675, 721
  • Rainfall Observations, Greenwich, 515
  • Range Finders, 179, 232, 264, 809
  • "Ranger," Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co.), 482
  • Rates of Speed and Rates of Freight, 422
  • Raworth's Universal High-Speed Engine, 280
  • Rays, Röntgen, 390, 498, 610, 785, 8!5
  • Rear Collision in a Fog, 266
  • Receiver and Condenser Drop, 93, 164
  • Recording Device for Testing Machine, 210
  • Refining of United States Petroleum, 55
  • Refuse Destructor, Bath (Warner's), 12
  • Refuse, Disposal of Trade, 788. See 114, 225
  • Registration of Boilers, 720
  • "Renown" Engines, Triple-Expansion (Maudslay), 79, 477, 560. See 507
  • Research, Marine Engineering, 128
  • Reservoir at Buenos Ayres, 200
  • Reservoirs, Strength of Gas, 350
  • Resistance of Ball Bearings, 17
  • Resistance .Box, Electrical, 824
  • Resistance of Electric Arc, True, 647
  • Resistance of Ships, Model Experiments, 182, 97
  • Resistance, Tractive, of Bicycles, &o., 60, 164 60
  • Resistance, Train, 448, 616. See also 451
  • Resultant Tones,g7
  • Reversing Valve for Gas Furnaces, 689
  • Rhone Hydro-Electric Installation, 494
  • Richmond Lock and Weir, 47
  • River Pollution, Aire and Calder, 815
  • River Pollution and Bacterio-Ohemical Examination, 728, 762
  • River Seine, New Bridge at Paris, 767, 799
  • River Steamer "Santo Antonio" (Lytham Company), 283
  • River Thames Navigation, 545. See LETTER, 586
  • Rivers, Littoral Drift in, 353
  • Road Carriage, Electrical (Thrupp and Maberly), 91
  • Road Carriage, Le Blant Steam, 7
  • Road Carriage, Panhard-Levassor, 565
  • Road Carriages at Crystal Palace, 644
  • Road Locomotives, 841
  • Road Motor, Peugeot, 276, 305
  • Road Motors, 128
  • Roberts-Austen, Professor, on the Diffusion of Carbon in Iron, 670
  • Rochester Bridge Accident, 371
  • Rock Fill Dams and Nicaragua, 680
  • Rocket, Garwood's Line-Throwing Gun, 483
  • Rollers, Steel, 822
  • Rolling Mills, English and American, 659
  • Rolling of Ships, 461, 554, 694, 725. See 522
  • Röntgen Rays, 390, 498, 610, 785, 825
  • Roof Troughing, Strickland's, 810
  • Roofs, Westinghouse Electric Works, 499. See 29
  • Rope and Belt Power Transmission, 33, 100
  • Rotation of Glass Tubes, 326
  • Rotostat, Optical, 590
  • Royal v. Civil Engineers, 61, 326, 337, 550, 586, 48, 777
  • Royal Observatory, Edinburgh, 469, 528, 747
  • Royal Society Soiree, 610, 785
  • Russia, Baldwin Locomotive in, 789
  • Russia, Shipping, 510
  • Russian Auxiliary Cruiser " Kherson " (Haw
  • thorn, Leslie, and Co.), 683
  • Russian Iron, 482
  • Russian Petroleum, 89
  • Russian Private Iron Works, 447
  • Russian Railways, 446
  • Saccardo System of Tunnel Ventilation,. 352
  • Sachs, Mr. Edwin 0., on Theatres. See Theatre Stages
  • Safes, Burglar•Proof, 210. See LETTERS
  • Safety Cartridges for Fiery Mines, 56
  • Sailing Flight of Birds, 716
  • St. Neot's, Fatal Smash at, 230. See LETTERS, 260
  • Salvage Appliances, 433
  • Salvage Pump (Merry weather), 676
  • Salvage of Ships, 402, 433
  • Salvage Tug, French Navy (Satres and Son, Lyons), 2 el
  • Sand. Magnetic Iron, 637, 727
  • Sanitary Works of Buenos Ayres, 93. See 200
  • "Santo Antonio," River Steamer (Lytham Company), 283
  • Sauvage, M. Ed , on Metric Screw Threads, 360.
  • See 87, 163, 291, 352
  • Sauveur, Mr.. on Steel Hardening, 671, 758, 760
  • Saw, Cross-out, for Wood Paving Blocks (A. Ransome and Co., Limited), 357
  • Saxby ani Farmer, Limited, Hydraulic System of Points and Signals, 312. See LwrrEas, Railway Signals
  • Saxon -Thuringian Industrial Exhibition in Leipsio, 1897, 193
  • Schoenberger Steel Company, U.S.A., 628
  • Schwoerer's Steam Superheater, 485. See 182, 61, 393, 581, 599
  • Science and Art Department and Mechanics Teachers, 256
  • Scotch Mail Train, New,719
  • Scotch Shipbuilding, 57, 88
  • Scotch Train Arrangements, 832
  • Screw Coupling Broken, and Runaway Train, 169
  • Screw Engines. See Engines
  • Screw Propellers and Marine Propulsion, 752
  • Screw Threads and the Metric System, 87, 163, 91, 352, 360. See LErrERs
  • Screws, Friction of, 210
  • Seagoing Warships of Various Countries, 122.
  • See LErrEas, Naval Position
  • Seaton, Mr. A. E., on Microscopic Examination of Steel Fractures, 429, 486. See LErrEas, Crankshafts
  • Seine Bridge, Paris, New, 767, 799
  • Seismograph, Milne's, 675. See 111, 337, 399, 675, 21
  • Seismographic Measurements on RailwayBridges, &c., 111, 337, 399, 675, 721
  • Separating and Filtering Ore, 106
  • Serpollet Steam Tramcars, 629
  • Sewage, Bacterio Chemical Examination of, 728, 62
  • Sewage Disposal at Paris, 225
  • Sewage Disposal in United States, 114
  • Shaft, Fractures of Steel, and Microscopic Examination, 429, 486. See Lzrrzas, Crankshztts
  • Shaft Governor, Doerfel-Proell, 374
  • Shaft Governor (Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies), 43
  • Shaft Governor, Raworth's, 281
  • Shaft Governor (Robinson and Auden), 811
  • Shaft Sinking and Equipment, 109, 399
  • Shafts, Microscopic Flaws in, 91, 427, 486. See Litrrns, Hilroseopical, &c.
  • Shanks, Johnstone, Lathes, 574
  • "Sharpshooter," Belleville Boiler Results, 329
  • Shear, Web, of Plate Girders with Curved Flanges, 60
  • Shillingford Bridge, 147
  • Ship Caisson for Barry Docks, 280
  • Ship Canal, Manchester, Tidal Openings, 585
  • Ship Canal Prospects, Manchester, 291, 482
  • Ship Canals, Cost of, 164
  • Ship, Depreciation of, 161
  • Ship Resistance, Model Experiments, 182, 297
  • Ship Salvage, 402, 433
  • Ship Stability, Geometry of, 419, 488
  • Ships, Bulkhead Doors, 96, 130, 406, 407, 417, 35
  • Ships, Electricity on, 836
  • Ships, Light, in France, 663, 623, 733, 802, 836
  • Ships Pitching, Stresses Due to, 461, 522, 694, 725
  • Ships,Rolling of, 461, 554, 694,725. See 522
  • Shipbuilding and Engineering, 27, 57, 88, 646
  • Shipbuilding in Germany, 510, 788, 795, 805
  • Shipbuilding. Returns, Lloyd's, 27, 57, 88, 323, 546
  • Shipping Bounties and Cruisers in France, 162
  • Shipping Bounties of Foreign Countries and their Effects, 510
  • Shipping, Japanese, 160
  • 'Shipping Returns, British? 323
  • Shouting v. Booked Running of Light Engines, &o., 199
  • "Sicilia," Italian Ironclad, 312, 342, 452
  • Sights for Ordnance, Grenfell's, 116
  • Signal, Mistaking a,278, 693
  • Signals and Points, Hydraulic System for (Saxby and Farmer), 312. See LETTERS, Railway Signals
  • Signals, Westinghouse Electro-Pneumatic, 65
  • Silk, Artificial, 646
  • Silver Extraction, 374
  • Simplon Tunnel Treaty, 91
  • Sinolair's Steam Superheater, 484. See 182, 361, 93, 581, 599
  • Sinking Shafts, 109, 399
  • Sinking Shafts and Grab Dredging, 399
  • "Skate," Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Barrow), 833
  • Skiagramst 390, 498, 610, 785, 825
  • Sliding Caisson for Barry Docks, 280
  • Sluice, Richmond Lock and, 47
  • Smith, Mr. E. Metcalf, on Metallic Ironsand, 36, 727
  • Smith's Direct-Reading Micrometer Gauge, 405
  • Smith's Optical Rotostat, 590
  • Smith's Shop Design, 290
  • Smoke Tester, Craig's, 861
  • Snowdon Mountain Railway, 427, 478, 512, 627, 95. See LETTERS
  • Society of Arts : 82
  • Alternate-Current Transformers, by Dr. J. A. Fleming (Cantor Lectures), 124, 159, 191, 223
  • Fothergill Prize, 507
  • Soham, Boiler Explosion at, 503
  • Soliani, Colonel, on Compound Marine Boilers, 33, 439. See LETTERS
  • Soliani, Colonel N., on Water-Tight Doors, 407, 17. See 835
  • Solid Flanged Pipes, 165
  • South African Diamond Mines, 257
  • South-Eastern Company's Steamer "Duchess of York," Engines of (Penn), 193
  • Physical Laboratory, Penywern College, 739
  • Physical Society :
  • Photography, Professor Rontgen's Method, 167
  • Geometrical Instruments, by Mr. E. Scott and Signor Monticolo, 167
  • Resultant Tones, by Professor J. D. Everett, 67
  • Annual General Meeting, 263
  • Th a Determination of High Temperatures, by Professor Ramsay and Mr. Eumorfopoulos, 63
  • Some Experiments with Incandescent Lamps, by Sir D. Salomons, 329
  • Analytical Study of the Alternating-Current Arc, by Professor Fleming and Mr. Petavel, 29
  • An Addition to the Wheatstone Bridge for the Determination of Low Resistances, by Mr. J. H. Reeves, 390
  • Röntgen Ray Photographs, 390
  • The Edison Effect, Professor J. A. Fleming, 456
  • Notes on the Electro-Magnetic Effect of Moving Charges, by Mr. W. E. Morton, 456
  • Symbolism In Thermodynamics, by Mr. R. A. Lehfeld, 539
  • The Adjustment of the Kelvin Bridge, by Mr. Appleyard, 589
  • The Effect of Wave Form on the AlternateCurrent Aro, by Mr. J. Frith, 589
  • Th3 True Resistance of the Electric Arc, by Messrs. Frith and Rogers, 647
  • Dielectrics, by Mr. R. Appleyard, 724
  • The Magnetic Field due to an Elliptical Current at a Point in the Plane of the Ellipse and within it, by Professor V. Jones, 725
  • New Instrument for Measuring the Frequency of Alternating or Pulsating Electric Currents, by Mr. Campbell, 725
  • On the Measurement of very Large and of very Small Alternating Currents, by Mr. Campbell, 824
  • Improved Form of Resistance Box, by Mr. Griffiths, 824
  • Röntgen Rays, by Professor S. P. Thompson, 25
  • Pier and Pavilion, Clacton-on-Sea, 373
  • Pipes, Electric Welding of Steam, 603, 691
  • Pipes, Solid-Flanged, 165
  • Piston-Rods, Locomotive, 61
  • Pitching of Ships and Stresses, 461, 522, 694, 725
  • Pittsburg Canal Barges, 401
  • Planimeter, Hatchet's, 167
  • Planing Machines, Feed Motion for (Smith and Ridgway), 327
  • Planing Machine for Wood Blocks, 357
  • Plenum Process of Shaft Sinking, 109
  • Ploughs, Steam, 842
  • Pneumatic Electric Signals, Westinghouse, 65
  • Pneumatic Process of Shaft Sinking, 109
  • Points and Signals, Hydraulic System for (Saxby and Farmer), 312. See LEITERS, Railway Signals
  • Polluted Waters, Bacterio-Chemical Examination, 28, 762
  • Pollution, Aire and Calder, 815
  • Pond Engineering Company's Works, Plainfield, N.J., 240
  • Poor's Manual of Railroads, 222
  • Popp's Compressed Air Tramway, 699
  • Port of Hamburg, 805
  • Portable Hydraulic Crane at Barry, 397, 393
  • Portland Cement with Kentish Ragstone, 753
  • Potato Planting and Raising Machines, 844
  • Powdered Fuel Combustion, Wegener System, 80
  • Power from Small Falls, 785. See LErrEas, 821
  • Power Transmission by Belt and Rope (Lille Experiments), 33, 100
  • Power Transmission in South Wales Collieries, 62
  • Power-Worked Tramcars, 629, 699
  • " Powerful," H.M.S. (Naval Construction and Armaments Company, Limited, Barrow), 776, 33
  • Pownall, C.A.W., on Train Vibrations on Bridges, 11
  • Preller, Dr., on Coast and Lighthouse Illumination in France, 563, 623, 733, 802, 836
  • Preller, Dr., on Emptying Merjelen Glacier Lake, 77
  • Premiums, Coal, on Railways, 226, 259, 355
  • Press for Stamping Out Loom Flanges (Rice, Leeds), 723
  • Priestman's Oil Engine for Boat Propulsion, 541
  • Printing, Textile, 614
  • Procedure at the Admiralty, 288
  • Production of Caustic Soda and Bleach by Electrolysis, 517
  • Profits from First and Third Class Passengers, 20. See 779
  • Profits of Manufacturers in the United States, 92
  • Propeller Shafts, Microscopic Flaws in, 91. See
  • LETTERS, Microscopical, &C.
  • Propellers, Marine, 752
  • Proportions of High-Speed Engines, 299
  • Pulp, Wood, in Norway, 161
  • Pump, Berrenberg Chaplin Vacuum, 98. See Erratum, 132
  • Pump, Duplex Direct-Acting Feed (Oddie and Hesse), 377
  • Pump, Merryweather Salvage, 676
  • Pumps, Water (Ingersoll-Sergeant Company), 77
  • Punching Machine, Electrically Driven (Craig and Donald), 27
  • "Puri," Twin-Screw Steamer (Gourlay, Dundee), 02, 672
  • Quick-Acting Brakes, 16, 62, 94, 130, 164, 195, 27, 260? 356
  • Quick-Firing. Gun Mounts for Belgium, 192
  • Quick-Firing 8-In. Guns of "Buenos Aires"
  • (Armstrong, Elswick), 10, 40
  • Quick-Firing Guns, Canet Automatic Breech Mechanism, 587
  • Rack Railway, Snowdon Mountain, 427, 478, 512, 27, 595. See Limns
  • Rail Breaking Tests, 230. See LIMEIRd, 260
  • Rail Expansion, Accident due to, 858
  • Sutton Courtney Weir Bridge, 335
  • Swing Bridges at Marseilles, 709
  • Swiss-Italian Tunnel Treaty, 91
  • Swiss Lake, Emptying Merjelen Glacier, 77
  • Swords, Japanese, 323
  • Symbolism in Thermodynamics, 189
  • Sympalmograph Curves, Colour from, 98
  • Tadpole Bridge, 850
  • Tampico Harbour Works, Mexico, 516
  • Tank Steamers, Weakness in, 355, 517, 833
  • Taranaki Ironsands, 852
  • Taxation of Railways in Rural Districts, 256
  • Technical College, Bradford, 6, 73, 143, 211, 277, 70, 465. See LETTER, 366
  • Technical College, Penywern House, 739
  • Tees Shipbuilding, 2i. See 57, 88, 546
  • Telegraphy, Mechanical, 447
  • Telegraphy, Railway, 612
  • Telemeters and Range Finders, 179, 232, 264, 809
  • Telescopes, Stereo (Carl Zeiss), 611
  • Temperature, Effect on Strength of Iron and Steel, 240
  • Temperatures, Determination of High, 263
  • Temperley's Wood Paving Block Machinery (A. Ransome and Co., Limited), 357
  • Tenfoot Bridgg (Thames), 850
  • Tesla Motors, &c. (Westinghouse Electrical Works), 429. See 499
  • Test Piece Milling Machine (Buckton), 720
  • Testing Machine, Recording Device for, 240
  • Testing Machines. See Bradford Technical College
  • Testing Non-Conducting Coverings, 539
  • Tests of Material, Standard, 106
  • Tests of Metals, 339
  • Tests of Steam Boilers, Comparative, 207
  • Textile Printing, 614
  • Thames Bridges :
  • Abingdon Bridge, 480
  • Appleford Bridge, Great Western Railway, 290
  • Bablock H3 the Floating Bridge, 850
  • Binsey Bridge, 670
  • Botley Road Bridge, 742
  • Clifton Hampden Bridge, 226
  • Culham Bridge, 416
  • Culham, Towpath Bridge, 416
  • Eynsham Bridge, 849
  • Folly Bridge, Oxford, 598
  • Gathampton Bridge, Great Western Railway, 9
  • Godstow Bridges, 849
  • Goring Bridge, 72
  • Isis Bridges ; Great Western Railway, 669
  • Kennington Bridge ; Great Western Railway, 48
  • Little Wittenham Bridge, 224
  • Medley Navigation Cut Bridge, 849
  • Medley Weir and Bridge, 849
  • Moulsford Bridge ; Great Western Railway, 73
  • New Bridge, 850
  • North Hinksey Road Bridge, 742
  • Nuneham Bridge ; Great Western Railway, 480
  • Occupation Bridge, Culham Cut, 335
  • Osney Bridge, 669
  • Oxford Gaslight and Coke Company, 598
  • Pangbourne Bridge, 9
  • Shillingford Bridge, 147
  • Sutton Courtney Bridge, 290
  • Sutton Courtney Weir Bridge, 335
  • Tadpole Bridge, 850
  • Tenfoot Bridge, 850
  • Towpath Bridge near University Bathing Place,
  • Wallingford Bridge, 135
  • Thames Builders and Naval Contracts, 189, 382
  • Thames Navigation, Lower, 545. See LETTER, 86
  • Thames Shipbuilding, 29. See 57, 88
  • Thames Tug " Rodney " and Babcock and Wilcox Water-Tube Boilers, 49, 81
  • Thames Tunnel at Blackwall, 359, 391
  • Tharsis Copper Extraction, 374
  • Theatre Stages, Modern :
  • Amsterdam Municipal Theatre, 139
  • Arrangement of Modern Theatres, 139
  • Dresden Opera House, 593
  • Eden Theatre, 459
  • Electric Turntable Stage, 205
  • English Wooden Stage, 271, 333
  • French Wooden Stage, 459, 538
  • German Wooden Stage, 593
  • Herkomer's Contracting Proscenium, 205
  • Introductory, 71, 139, 205
  • Iron and Wood Stages, 663, 768
  • London Trafalgar Theatre, 139
  • Modern Theatre Stage, 71, 139, 205
  • Munich Opera [louse, 205
  • Paris National Opera House, 139, 205, 663
  • Rostrums, 333 Rotterdam Theatre, 768
  • Size of Representative Theatres, 139
  • Vienna Court House, 593
  • Vienna Court Theatre, 139, 205
  • Windlasses, 333
  • Wood and Iron Stages, 663, 768
  • Wooden Stage, English, 271, 333
  • Wooden Stage, French, 459, 538
  • Wooden Stage, German, 593
  • Theodolite, Lister's Inclinometer, 631
  • Theory of Electrical Engineering and Discovery, 34, 168
  • Thermal Efficiency of the Steam Engine, 420
  • Thermodynamics (Entropy), 1
  • Thermodynamics, Receiver and Condenser Drop, 6, 164
  • Thermodynamics, Symbolism in, 589
  • Theta-Phi Diagrams, 822
  • Thirlinere Water Works, 559 •
  • Thomas, Powell, and Batchelor, Anti-Breakage Box for Coal, 421
  • Thomson, Sir William (Lord Kelvin's .Jubilee), 17
  • Throttling Calorimeters, 207
  • Tiles for Concrete Buildings, Cockrill-Doulton, 27
  • Timber Crane, Hydraulic (Hindson, Gateshead) 37
  • Timber Derrick, Strength of, 293
  • Tin Extraction, 37
  • Tips, Hydraulic Coal Loading, at Barry, 339, 97
  • Titaniferous and Phosphoric Ores in Furnaces, 27
  • Toggle Gear for Sugar Mills (Mirrlees, Watson and Yaryan), 634, 605, 667, 742
  • Tones, Resultant, 167
  • Top, Chromogeneous, 330
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers. See Warships
  • Torpedo-Boats. See Warship
  • Towers, Hydraulic Coal-Loading, at Barry, 339, 97
  • Towpath Bridge near University Bathing Place, 48
  • Traction. See Electric Traction
  • Traction and Electric Lighting Stations Corntined, 818
  • Traction Engines, 841
  • Traction Engines in France, 321
  • Tractive Resistance of Bicycles, &c., 60, 164, 280
  • Trade Circulars and Patent Office, 227
  • Trade Condition, 88
  • Trade Refuse, Disposal, 788
  • Trade Situation, 546
  • Trailable Points, 696
  • Train Arrangements, Scotch, 852
  • Train, New Scotch Mail, 719
  • Train Resistance, 448, 516. See also 451
  • Train Service, Great Western, 20, 54. See LErms, Coal Premiums
  • Train Vibrations on Iron Bridges, 111
  • Training of French Naval Officers, 221
  • Tramcars, Steam, 629
  • Tramloads, Light, 287, 324, 385. See LETTERS
  • Tramway, Electric Traction Conduit System, 614
  • Tramway, Popp's Compressed Air, 699
  • Tramway, Surface Rail Electric, 809
  • Tramway System, Dublin Electric, 742, 772
  • Tramways. See Blectric Traction
  • Tramways in Glasgow, Electric, 549
  • Tramways, London, 511, 609, 852
  • Tramways at Montreal, Electric, 257
  • Trans-Indian Railway, Another, 5F14
  • Transatlantic Passenger Traffic, 158
  • Transcendental Equations, Solution of, 173, 303
  • Transformers, Alternate-Current, 124, 159, 191, 23
  • Transformers, Iron Losses of, 716
  • Transit House, Edinburgh Observatory, 528. See 469
  • Transmission of Water Power, 142, 494, 785, 821
  • Transporting a Church, 293, 451
  • Travelling Crane, Steel Works (Marshall, Fleming, and Jack), 344
  • Trevithick's Steam Superheater, 361. See 182, 93, 484, 581, 599
  • Trial of Compound Engines, 132
  • Trial of a Sulzer Engine, 719
  • Trials of H.M.S. " Renown," 477. See 79, 507
  • Triple-Expansion. See Engine
  • Troughing for Bridges and Roofs, Strickland's, 10
  • Truck Wheel, Longridge's Dust-Proof, 229
  • Trucks, Motor, Specifications for Tramway, 801
  • Tube Expanding by Power, Yarrow Boiler, 464, 76
  • Tubes, Rotation of Glass, 326
  • Tug, French Navy Salvage (Satres and Son, Lyons), 217
  • Tug Steamer " Rodney " and Babcock and Wilcox Water-Tube Boilers, 49, 81
  • Tungsten and Iron Alloys, 675
  • Tunnel at Blackwall, 359, 391
  • Tunnel Treaty, Simplon, 91
  • Tunnel Ventilation, 352
  • Turbine Tests, Laval Steam, 239
  • Twin-Screw Engines. See En fines
  • Tyne Shipbuilding, 27. See 57, 88
  • United States Blast-Furnace Practice, 620
  • United States 12-In Breechloading Gun, Barbette Carriage, 502
  • United States and English Railroad Track, 781, 21
  • United States and English Railway Speeds, 61, 1, 94, 259
  • United States and English Rolling Mills, 659
  • United States Fast Railway Run, 91. See LETTERS, Railway Speeds
  • United States Flag, 780
  • United States Gun, Barbette Carriage for 8-In., 63
  • United States High Speed Locomotive (Brooks Company), 246
  • United States Manufacturers' Profits, 192
  • United States Naval Engineers, 63
  • United States Petroleum Refining, 55
  • United States Railways, Profits, 222
  • United States Sewage Disposal, 114
  • Vacuum Automatic Brakes, 848
  • Vacuum Pump, Berrenberg, 98. See Etratum, 32
  • Valencia Island, Climate, 811
  • Valve Reseating Machine, Morse, 637
  • Valve, Reversing, for Gas Furnaces, 669
  • Valves, Spring-Loaded Check, 755
  • Vehicles, Horseless, 720
  • Ventilation of Tunnels, 352
  • Viaduct Vibrations, 111, 337, 398, 675, 721
  • Viaducts on Snowdon Railway, 527. See 427, 78, 512, 595. See LETTERS
  • Vibration Meter, Milne's, 675. See 721
  • Vibrations on Bridges, Train, 111
  • Vibrations and Engineering, 337, 398, 675, 721
  • Vibrometer, Darwin's, 612
  • Victorian Railway Management Extravagance, 61
  • Volume, Tables of, 164, 165
  • Vuilleumier Electric Traction Conduit System, 14
  • Vulcan Company's Shipbuilding Works at Stettin, 36
  • Vyrnwy Water Works 559
  • Wages and the Hours of Labour, 847
  • Wages on Victorian Railways, Extravagant, 161
  • Wagons, Railway, 721, 779
  • Wagons, Snowdon Rack Railway, 427, 478, 512, 27, 696
  • Waldo, Dr. L., on Atlanta Exposition. See Atlanta Exposition
  • Wallingford Bridge, 135
  • Walrand-Legenisel Process, 532
  • Warner, Richard, and Co.'s Gas Engine, 841
  • Warner's Refuse Destructors, 12

Warships :

  • Argentine Cruiser " Buenos Aires" (Sir W. G.
  • Armstrong and Co., Elswick), 10, 46, 687, 708
  • Argentine Torpedo - Boat Destroyers (Armoured),Yarrow, 686
  • British Cruiser Engines Compared, 831
  • British Cruisers, New, 776, 831
  • British Fleet and Merchant Navy, 121. See LETTERS, .Naval Position
  • British Navy Programme, 319
  • Classification of Warships, 833
  • Design of British Battleships, 749. See LisrrEas, Our Naval Po.ition
  • Dutch Cruiser, Water - Tube Boilers for (Yarrow), 249
  • French Ironclads, Stranding of, 37. See 217
  • French Torpedo-Boat " Forban " (Normand), 71. See LETTERS German Warships " Ersatz Leipsig," " Ersatz
  • Freya," " Ersatz Preussen," 825,833 131. Fleet Cruiser " Arrogant," 722
  • H.M.S. " Niobe " (Naval Company, Barrow), 76, 831
  • H.M.S. " Pelorus," 778. See 831
  • H.M.S. " Powerful " (Naval Company, Barrow), 76, 831 " Renown," Machinery (Maudslay, Sons, and Field, Limited), 79, 477, 507, 560
  • H.M.S. "Sharpshooter," Belleville Boiler Tests. in, 329
  • "Doris" and " Juno " (Naval Construction and Armaments Company, Limited, Barrow), 776, 831
  • H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer " Desperate" (Thornycroft), 30, 415, 550
  • H.M. Torpedo - Boat Destroyers " Handy," "Hart,' and "Hunter," Engines (Fairfield Company), 245
  • H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer " Ranger " (Hawthorn,Leslie, and Co.), 482
  • H.M. Torpeo-Boat Destroyers " Sturgeon," "Starfish," and " Skate ' (Naval Construction and Armaments Company, Barrow), 776, 31 .
  • Italian Ironclad " Sicilia," 312, 342, 452
  • Japanese Battleship " Fuji" (Thames Ironl Works), 447
  • Japanese Battleship " Yashima" (Sir W. G.
  • Armstrong and Co., Elswick), 310
  • Russian Auxiliary Cruiser " Kherson " (Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co.), 683
  • Seagoing Warships of Various Countries, 122. See LETTERS, Naval Position Spanish Cruiser " Emperador Carlos V.," Engines (La Maquinista Terrestre y Maritima of Barcelona), 12
  • Water-Tight Doors and their Danger in Fighting Ships, by Lord C. Beresford and Colonel Soliani, 406, 407, 417. See 650, 835
  • Warships, Classification of, 443, 833. See LETTERS
  • Water, Examination of Polluted, 728, 762
  • Water Inquiry, East London, 225
  • Water Measurement by Chemical Means, 432, 56, 654, 726
  • Water Power, 785. See LETTERS, 821
  • Water Power, Kennebec River, Maine, 106
  • Water Power, Rhone River, 49
  • Water Power Transmission, 142
  • Water Supply of Buenos Ayres, 93. See 200
  • Water Supply, London, 381, 419
  • Water-Tight Doors, 96, 130, 650
  • Water-Tight Doors and their Danger in Fighting Ships, by Lord C. Beresford and Colonel Soliani, 406, 407, 417. 835. See LETTERS
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Babcock and Wilcox, 49, 81
  • Water Tube Boiler (" Jaur6guiberry "), Failure of, 819
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Phillips, 640
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Tube Expanding by Power, Yarrow, 464, 676
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Belleville, in H.M.S. "Sharpshooter." 329
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Belleville, in Russian T.-S.S. "Kherson," 683
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Circulation, £9, 433, 437, 39, 454, 583
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Coal Consumption of Belleville, 46
  • Water-Tube Boilers (LErrEas), 13, 59, 93, 127, 62, 195. 226, 618, 552, 585, 650, 721
  • Water-Tube Boilers (Seaton's Manual), 512
  • Water-Tube Boilers (Yarrow), for the Dutch Navy, 249
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Yarrow's Automatic Fccd, 61
  • Water Works Engineers' Association, 56, 65 See LErrims
  • Water Works, Manchester and Liverpool, 559
  • Water Works Scheme, Newport, 515
  • Watkinson, Professor, on Circulation of WaterTube Boilers, 433, 437. See 39, 439, 454, 583
  • Watt Forgotten by His Own Countrymen, 125
  • Watt, Mr. J., on Water-Tube Boilers, 433, 454
  • Wave Form, Effect on Alternate-Current Arc, 89
  • Weakness in Oil Tank Steamers, 833. See 355, 517
  • Wear Shipbuilding, 28. See 57, 68
  • Weather, 56, 89, 224, 351, 547, 613, 751
  • Weather Forecasts and Storm Warnings, 3E6
  • Web Shear of Plate Girders with Curved Flanges, 0
  • Webb's Built Crank Axle, 690
  • Webb's Safety Gauge Glass, 98
  • Wedging Blocks, 790
  • Weighing Apparatus, Maintenance of, 367
  • Weir, Richmond, 47
  • Wegener System, Burning Powdered Coal, 80
  • Welding, Electric, &c., of Steam Pipes, 603, 691
  • Welsbach Gas Burner Patents, 160
  • West of England Train Service, 20, 54. See LETTERS, Coal 1'reMiUM8
  • West, Mr. Thomas D., on the Contraction of Cast Iron, 557
  • Westinghouse Continuous Brakes, 848
  • Westinghouse Electrical Works, Brinton, Pittsburg, 429, 499
  • Westinghouse Electro-Pneumatic Signals, 65
  • Weyman and Hitchcock Oil Engine (Clayton and Shuttleworth), 840
  • Wheatstone Bridge, 390
  • Wheel, 70-Ton Disc Fly- (Allis Company, Milwaukee), 393
  • Wheel, Longridge's Dust-Proof Truck, 229
  • Wheeler, Mr. W. H., on Littoral Drilft, 353
  • White Star Line (Sir E. J. Harland), 21
  • Wilson and Co., J. H., Steam Crane Excavator for Single Line Cuttings, '245
  • Wilson, Mr. Ernest, on Magnetisation of lror, 67
  • Wind Pressure Experiments, 62, 95, 127, 194, 88
  • Wiring, Electric, 414
  • Wishaw Boiler Explosion, 126
  • Wood Paving, Block Machinery (A. Ransome and Co., Limited), 357
  • Wood Pulp in Norway, 161
  • Works:
  • Blohrn and Vo-s, shipbuilders, Hamburg, 788, 95, 805
  • Crocker - Wheeler Electrical Works, Orange, N.J., 335, 366
  • Edgar Thomson Steel Works, U.S.A., 628
  • Electro-Chemical Company's Works (Electrolytic Production of Caustic Soda and Bleach), 47
  • European Iron and Steel Works, 619, 657
  • Fort Pitt Foundry, U.S.A., 628
  • Homestead Steel Works, U.S.A., 628
  • Jones and Laughlin Works, U.S.A., 628
  • Latrobe Steel Works, 571
  • DIirrlees, Watscn, and Yaryan Company, Glasgow, 5341 605, 667, 742
  • Pond Engineering Company's Works, Plainfield, N.J., 240
  • Schoenberger Steel Company, U.S.A., 628
  • Star Tinplate Mill, U.S.A., 628
  • Vulcan Company's Works, Stettin, 836
  • Westinghouse Electrical Works, Brinton, Pittsburg, 429, 499
  • Workshops, Bradford Technical College, 5, 73, 43, 211, 277, 370, 465. See LErrints, 356
  • Workshops, Railway, in Japan, 852
  • Wreck Raising, 402, 433
  • Wrought-Iron and Steel Columns, Crippling Strains on, 195
  • Yacht " Kittiwake," with Priestman Oil Engine, 41
  • Yachting Ex hibition, 125
  • Yarrow Boiler Tube Expanding by Power, 464, 76
  • Yarrow Water-Tube Boiler Circulation, 39
  • Yarrow's Designs of Torpedo-Boat Destroyers and Admiralty, 253, 288, 293
  • Yaryan Sugar Machinery, 534, 606, 667, 742
  • "Yashima," Japanese Battleship (Sir W. O. Armstrong and Co.), 310
  • Year's Weather, 89
  • Yunnan Railway, Burmese, 8:0
  • Zeiss Optical Instruments, 611
  • Zone System, Hungary, 753


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