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Engineering 1896 Jul-Dec: General Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1896 Jul-Dec: Index

  • AARAU Hydro-Electric Plant, 303
  • Abatement of Smoke, 178, 252. See LETTERS
  • Abt Rack, Snowdon Mountain Railway, 345
  • Accident to Boilers of H.M.S. "Blake," 464. See LETTERS, Explosion.
  • Accident to Quick-Firing Gun Cartridge, 503

Accidents, Railway: 808

  • Collision at Coventry, 814
  • Collision at Dunstable, 440
  • Collision at March, Fatal, 718
  • Collision at Preston Junction, 378
  • Collisions at St. Enoch's, Glasgow, 352
  • Derailment, Fatal, at Knock, 634
  • Derailment at King's Cross, 495
  • Derailment, Fatal, at Preston, 608. See LETTERS
  • Loose Shunting at Stamford, 752
  • Mysterious Derailment (Adlington Junction), 41
  • Roof Destruction, 527
  • St. Enoch Station Hand Signalling, 718
  • Terminal Stations, Running into! 570
  • Traction Engine and Level Crossing, 382
  • Trains with Reversed Engines, 527
  • Accidents in 1895, Railway, 808
  • Accumulator, Butter(Wahlin), 47
  • Accumulators for Jura Simplon Railway Cars, 72
  • Acetylene, Calcium Carbide and, 680
  • Acetylene) Explosive Properties, 531
  • Acetylene, Limiting Explosive Proportions of, 10
  • Admittance and Impedance, Electric, 28
  • Aerial Cableway, Table Mountain, 305
  • Aeronautics, 652
  • Africa, In New South, 424
  • Agricultural Implements, 740
  • Agriculture and River Pollution, 136. See 86, 11
  • Air Extractor, Beedham's, 683
  • Air, Detecting Carbon Monoxide in, 611
  • Air Power in Workshops, 777
  • Air Pressure, Tunnelling under, 561, 573
  • Air Pump, Edwards', 221. See LETTERS
  • Air Pump, Edwards', 276, 309, 348, 377, 407, 470, 93
  • Akroyd Cellular Pneumatic Tyre, 90
  • "Alabama," United States Battleship, 762
  • Aladdin's Lamp, 376
  • Algebraical Gyrostat Curves, 92
  • Alkali Manufacture, 787, 819
  • Allen, The Late William D., 562
  • Alloys, Liquation of Gold, 663
  • Alloys and their Resistance to Wear, 652
  • Alternate Current for Power Transmission, 95, 28
  • Alternating Current, Admittance and Impedance, 28
  • Alternator and Steam Turbine (Parsons), 6%25
  • Alton Brdge over Mississippi, St. Louis, 457, 524
  • Altos Hornos Iron Works, Spain, 364
  • Alumina Factory at Larne, 170, 291
  • America. See United States
  • "Amphitrite," H.M.S., 468
  • Analysis, Quantitative, Electrolytic Methods of, 1
  • Andrews, Mr. Thomas, on Microscopic Internal Flaws in Steel, 35, 68, 118
  • Anglo-American Telegraph Company, 183
  • Annuals and Directories, 777
  • Anychoteric Solutions, Behaviour of Litmus in, 11
  • Apprentices, Training of French, 8i
  • Arc Lamp, 184
  • Argentine Armoured Torpedo-Boat Destroyers (Yarrow), 122, 424
  • Argentine Cruiser " Garibaldi" (Ansaldo, 5
  • Argon in an Austrian Well, 612
  • "ArFonaut," H.M.S., 468
  • "Ariadne," H.M.S., 468
  • Armour and Heavy Ordnance, 452, 477
  • Armoured Torpedo-Boat Destroyers (Yarrow), 22, 424
  • Army, Japanese, 402
  • Artificial Potstone, 183
  • Artillery. See Guns
  • Artillery, Armour and Heavy, 452, 477
  • Ashton Keynes Bridges, 171
  • Assay Balance, Auxiliary, 721
  • Astronomical Clocks, 743
  • Astronomy. See 549
  • Atlantic Liners, North German Lloyd (Schichau), 35
  • Atlantic Mail Steamers, 418, 425. See LErrsas
  • Atlantic Records, 23
  • Atlantic Ship Route Lights, 504, 535, 624, 654
  • Atmospheric Pressure and Wind Effects on Tides, 17
  • August Weather, 314
  • Australia, Fremantle Harbour, 416, 482
  • Australian Progress, West (Aladdin's Lamp), 76
  • Australasian Telegraphy, 53
  • Autocars. See Cars, Motor
  • Automatic Guns, Origin of, 776
  • Bacteria and their Importance in Nature, 539, 27
  • Bacterial Purification of Water, 663
  • Bacteriology, 391
  • Balance, Auxiliary Assay, 721
  • Balance Pressure Valve, 452, 568
  • Baling Press, Hay and Straw (Howard, Bedford) 3
  • Ball Bearings for Gearings, 77
  • Bank Protection, Mississippi River, 89
  • Barges for Canals, 728
  • Barr and Stroud Fortress Range-Finder, 701
  • Barrow-in-Furness, Li Hung Chang's Visit, 250
  • Barrow-in-Furness Shipbuilding Works. See
  • Naval Construction Company's Works
  • Barrow-in-Furness and Sir James Ramsden, 534
  • Barry, C.B., Mr. J. Wolfe, on Examination of Engineers, 588
  • Barsi Light Railway, 560, 612
  • Batteries, Storage, for Tramways, 485, 544
  • Battleship and Torpedo Defence, 565
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Beare, Professor J. Hfidson, on Locomotive Steam Jacketing, 589, 715
  • Bearings, Ball, for Gearings, 77
  • Becquerel, Cathode, X Rays and Hyperphosphorescence, 491
  • Beedham's Air Extractor, 683
  • Belfast Electric Lighting, 151, 166, 351, 381, 439. See LErrER, 218
  • Belfast Gas Works, 170, 293
  • Belfast Harbour, 171
  • Belgian Shipbuilding Company, 733
  • Belgium, Coal and Iron in, 437
  • Bellasis, Mr. E. S., on Uniform Flow in Open Channels, 518, 632. See Erratum, vol. lxiii., page 21
  • Belleville Boilers in H.M.S. " Powerful," 403, 33, 499, 532, 553, 691
  • Belleville Boilers of the " Ohio," 610. See LETTERS
  • Belleville Boilers,Russian Volunteer Steamer "Kherson," 665 668, 730, 800
  • Ben Nevis Meteorological Observations, 652
  • Benham' Mr. Charles E., on Iridescent Glass, 466
  • Bergen Railway, Norway, 89
  • Berlin Tramway Conduit, 200
  • Berlin Exhibition, Engines at (Borsig, Berlin), 76, 424, 468, 663
  • Berlin and Her Railways, 445, 797
  • Berne Hydro-Electric Plant, 273
  • Bessemer Process, History, 222, 749
  • Bessemer Steel. See 562
  • Bicycle Propulsion, Work Expended, 65
  • Bicycles. See Cycles
  • "Birkenhead," Wreck of the, 276
  • Birstall Boiler Explosion, 743
  • Biscay Iron Ore Industries, 334. See also 364, 65
  • Blackpool Conduit System,Holroyd Smith's, 137
  • "Blake," Explosion in, 464. See LETTERS
  • Blast in Cupolas, Action of, 156
  • Blast Valve, Lewis' Water-Cooled, 364, 505
  • Bleach, Manufacture of, 591, 787, 807, 819
  • Blochairn Boiler Explosion, 437
  • Blount, Mr. B., Manufacture of Alkali, 787, 819
  • Blowers in Foundries, 297
  • Blue Prints, Copying, 184, 276
  • Bogies for Transporting Normal Gauge Wagons on Light Railways, 537
  • Boileau's Traverse Tables, 713
  • Boiler Accident on H.M.S. " Blake," 464. See LErrEas, Explosions, &c.
  • Boiler, Belleville. See Belleville Boiler
  • Boiler Efficiency, Steam, 40
  • Boiler Evaporative Power, 425
  • Boiler Explosion at Birstall, 743
  • Boiler Explosion at Blochairn, 437
  • Boiler Explosion and Ship Sinking, 57, 77, 109, 44, 184, 218, 308, 376
  • Boiler Explosions Act, Working of the, 708, 773, 84, 813
  • Boiler Firebox, An Overheated, 877
  • Boiler Forced Draught Apparatus, 702
  • Boiler Inspection, Compulsory, 773, 784. See LETTERS, 813
  • Boiler Manhole Covers, Removal under Pressure, 18, 252, 309
  • Boiler, Munro, 754
  • Boiler, Safety Valve, Domestic, 185
  • Boiler, Tests of Triple-Expansion Engine and 0
  • Boiler Tubes, 745, 780
  • Boiler Tubes and Retarders, 140
  • Boiler, Water-Tube. See Water-Tube Boiler
  • Boilers, Belleville, in H.M.S. "Powerful," 403, 33, 499, 632, 653, 691
  • Boilers, Belleville, of the " Ohio," 640. See LETTERS
  • Boilers, Belleville, Russian T.-S.S. " Kherson," 65, 668, 780
  • Boilers at Glasgow Subway, 631
  • Boilers, Munro's Tubular, 625. See LErrEas
  • Boilers, Steam, Commercial Efficiency, 93
  • Boilers, Steam Yacht " Speedy " (Ramage and Ferguson, Leith), 241
  • Boilers, Strength of Marine, 746
  • Boilers, Strength of Short, 77, 109
  • Boilers, Unusual Corrosion in, 157, 166
  • Bolide Oil Motor Tricycle, 576
  • Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway, 810
  • Books Received, 89, 121, 183, 424, 446, 603, 720, 62, 797
  • Boring Machines, Duplex (Britannia Company, Colchester), 91
  • Boring Machines (Niles Tool Works, Ohio), 639
  • Bourne End Bridge, 336
  • Bouton and De Dion Road Motor (Steam and Oil) 01, 233
  • Brakes, Continuous, and Railway Accidents, 44, 252, 377
  • Brazilian Revenue Twin-Screw Steamer (Yarrow), 26
  • Breakdowns of Stationary Engines, 606. See NEXT VOLUME
  • Breakwater Construction in Earthquake Countries, 201. See 1, 73, 161, 385
  • Breakwater, Fremantle, Western Australia, 15, 482
  • Breech Mechanism for Field Guns, Canet's, 668, 96, 726, 760, 801
  • "Bremen," North German Lloyd Liner(Schichau), 35
  • Brewers' Exhibition, 593
  • Brewing in United States, 181
  • Bridge Construction in Earthquake Countries, 1, 3, 161, 200, 385
  • Bridge, Fixed Girder, at Great Ducie-Street, Manchester, 545, 651, 741. See LETTERS, Bridge, (Cc., 593, 624, 681
  • Bridge under the Fosseway at Thames head, 29
  • Bridge, Kistna, East Coast Railway, India, 7, 01
  • Bridge over Mississippi at Alton, St. Louis, 457, 24
  • Bridge Pins, 55
  • Bridge Practice, 624, 651, 681, 713, 741. See LETTERS
  • Bridge, Rue Tolbiac, Paris, 206, 267
  • Bridge, Tower, 418, 621
  • Bridges, Cantilever, 250
  • Bridges, Large Span Railway, 744
  • Bridges-Lee Surveying Camera (Hicks, London), 55
  • Bridges, Suspension, 196, 234, 652. See Erratum, 86
  • Bridges over the Thames. See Thames Bridges
  • Brighton and Rottingdean Sea Railway, 711
  • Bristol Corporation and Tramways, 739
  • Bristol Electric Tramway, 553
  • British Association: 48, 391. See LETTERS, 503
  • President's Address (Sir Joseph Lister), 391
  • Mechanical Section, 395, 417, 420, 452
  • President's Address (Sir Douglas Fox), 395, 473
  • Physical and Engineering Features of the River Mersey and the Port of Liverpool, by Mr. G. F. Lyster, 395
  • The Cause of Fracture of Railway Rails, by Mr. W. W. Beaumont, 395
  • Report of Committee on the Effect of Wind and Atmospheric Pressure on the-Tides, 417
  • Tower Bridge (Lantern Illustrations), by Mr. J. W. Barry, 418
  • Liverpool Water Works, by Mr. J. Parry, 418
  • The Present Position of the North Atlantic
  • Mail Service, by Mr. A. J. Maginnis, 418
  • Safety of Ships, by Dr. F. Elgar, 420. See LETTER, 470
  • Report of Committee on Small Screw Gauges, 20, 509
  • Test of Glow Lamps, by Mr. W. H. Preece, 420
  • The Liverpool Overhead Railway and the Southern Extension of It, by Mr. S. B. Cottrell, 422
  • Notes on Electric Cranes, by Mr. E. W. Anderson, 422
  • Experiments on the Hysteresis of Iron in Revolving Magnetic Fields, by Professor Fleming, Mr. R. Beattie, and Mr. R. O. Clinker, 52
  • Street Lighting by Incandescent Electric Lamps, by Mr. W. G. Walker, 452
  • Armour and Heavy Ordnance : Recent Developments and Standards, by Captain Jaques (New York), 477
  • A New Spherical Balanced Valve for all Pressures, by Mr. J. Casey, 452, 568
  • Engineering Laboratory Apparatus, by Professor Hele-Shaw, 452
  • Development of the Art of Printing in Colours, by Mr. T. Conti, 455
  • Expanded Metal, by Mr. Golding,455, 605
  • Wreck Raising, by Mr. J. Bell, 456
  • Horseless Road Locomotion, by Mr. A. R. Sennett, 456
  • Vote of Thanks to the President, 450
  • Mathematical and Physical Section, 487, 519, 48
  • President's Address, Theory of Cathode and Röntgen Rays, by Prof. J. J. Thomson, 487
  • Electrical Conduction through Gases Exposed to Röntgen Rays, by Professor J. J. Thomson and Mr. E. Rutherford, 4'90
  • Lenard and Cathode Rays, by Prof. P. Lenard, 90
  • Cathode, X, and Becquerel Rays ; Hyperphosphorescence, by Professor S. P. Thompson, 91
  • Sensitised Paper and X Rays, by Mr. H. H. F. Haysman, 491
  • Röntgen Rays and Glass and Porcelain, by Professor A. W. Rucker and Mr. W. Watson, 91
  • Duration of X Radiation at each Spark, by Mr. F. T. Trouton, 491
  • Photo-Electric Sensitisation of Salts by Cathode Rays, by Professors Elster and Goldstein, 519
  • Change of Absorption accompanying Fluorescence, by Mr. J. Burke, 519
  • Complete Apparatus for Studying the Properties of Electric Waves, by Prof. J. Chunder Bose, 519
  • Detecting Electro-Magnetic Waves, by Mr. E. Rutherford, 522
  • Electric Currents through Rarefied Air, by Lord Kelvin, Mr. J. T. Bottomley, and Mr. Magnus McLean, 522
  • Communication of Electricity from Steam and Air, by Lord Kelvin, Mr. Magnus Maclean, and Mr. A. Galt, 522
  • Molebular Dynamics of Gases, Vapours, Water, Ice, Quartz, &a., by Lord Kelvin, 522
  • Division of an Alternating Current in Parallel Circuits, by Prof. F. Bedell, 522
  • Electric Disturbance in Submarine Cables, by Mr. W. H. Preece, 522, 593. See LETTERS
  • Reostene, a New Resistance Material, by Dr. J. A. Harker and Mr. A. Davidson, 523
  • One-Volt Standard Cell with Small Temperature Coefficient, by Mr. W. Hibbert, 523
  • A Direct Reading Wheatstone Bridge, by Mr. A. P. Trotter, 523
  • Measuring Magnetic Permeability, by Mr. W. M. Mordey, 548
  • Measurement of Electrical Resistance, by Mr. E. H. Griffiths, 518
  • Report on Electrolysis and Electrical Standards, 548
  • Report on a Thermal Unit, by Mr. E. H. Griffiths, 548. See LErrzos, S. A. Sworn, 623
  • Total Heat of Water, by Mr. W. N. Shaw, 549
  • Researches in Absolute Mercurial Thermometry, by Mr. S. A. Sworn, 549
  • Homogeneous Structure of Crystals, by Mr. W. Barlow, 549
  • Evolution of Stellar Systems, by Dr. Isaac Roberts, 549
  • Periodic Orbits, by Prof. G. H. Darwin, 549
  • Effect of Refraction on the Diurnal Star Movements, by Prof. A. A. Rambaut, 549
  • Measuring the Velocity of Rotation of Planet: by Spectroscropy, by Prof. J. E. Keeler, 549
  • Report on Solar Radiation, 651
  • Report on Magnetic Stanards, by Professor A. W. Rucker, 551
  • Report on Seismological Observations, by Prof. J. Milne, 551
  • Report on Meteorological Observations on Ben Nevis, by Dr. A. Buchan, 552
  • Report on Meteorological Photography by Mr. A. W. Clayden, 552
  • Great Circle Sailing, by Mr. IL M. Taylor, 552
  • Sailing Flight of Birds, by Dr. G. II. Bryan, 52
  • Some Difficulties connected with the Kinetic Theory of Gases, by Dr. G. H. Bryan, 552
  • Preliminary Note on the Exploration of the Upper Air by means of Kites, by Mr. Lawrence Rotch, 552
  • Report on Establishment of a National Research Laboratory, by Sir Douglas Galton652 cr twiteiel con ""
  • PresidentS Address, History of the Manufactu 591ry of -Chlorine, by Dr. Ludwig Mond, Manufacture of Chlorine by means of Nitric Acid, by Dr. F. Hunter, 592
  • Nitrates, their Occurrence and Manufacture, by Mr. W. Newton, 592
  • Photographs of the Flash in Explosions of Mixed Gases, by Prof. H. Dixon, 592
  • Limiting Explosive Proportions of Acetylene, by Prof. F. Clowes, 610
  • Detection of Carbon Monoxide in Air, by e Prof. F. Clowes, 611
  • Estimation of Carbon Monoxide in Air, by Dr. J. Haldane, 611
  • Absorption of Oxygen by Pyrogallol, by Prof. F. Clowes, 611
  • The Behaviour of Litmus in Anychoteric Solutions, by Mr. T. Bradshaw, 611
  • Carbohydrates of Barley Straw, by Mr. C. F. Cross, 611
  • Excrescent Rosins, by Prof. Bomberger, 611
  • Report on Proximate Constituents of Coal, by Prof. P. P. Belson, 611
  • Report on the Bibliography of Spectroscopy, by Dr. D. H. Nagel, 611
  • Report on Action of Light on Dyed Colours, c by Prof. J. Hummel, 6 a
  • Report on Electrolytic Methods of Quantitatative Analysis, by Prof. Emerson Reynolds, Dr. P. Bailey, Dr. C. A. Kohn, Mr. B. Davies, and Mr. G. K. Barnes, 611
  • New Form of Aspirator, by Dr. C. A. Kohn and Dr. T. L. Bailey, 611
  • Modified Form of Schrotter's Apparatus, 1) Dr. C. A. Kohn' 611
  • Helium, by Prof. W. Ramsay, 611
  • Argon in an Austrian Well, by Prof. Bomberger, 612
  • Low Temperature Research, by Prof. J. Dewar, 12
  • Röntgen Rays, Metals, and their Salts, by Dr. J. H. Gladstone and Mr. IV. II. Hibbert ), 612
  • Velocity of Reaction before Equilibrium takes Place, by Dr. Wildermann, 612
  • Diminution of Chemical Action due to Limitation of Space, by Prof. 0. Liebreich, 636
  • Chemical Education in England and Germany, by Sir H. Roscoe, 636
  • Report on the Teaching of Science in Elementary Schools, by Dr. J. H. Gladstone, 36
  • Teaching of Science in Girls' Schools, by Miss E. Walters, 636
  • British Association of Water Works Engineers, 10, 116
  • British v. Foreign Shipping (Manning), 19
  • British Guiana Goldfields' 152
  • British Railway Finance, 497. See also 520
  • British Warships. See II. M.S.
  • Broken Hill Consols Mines, 189
  • Brookes' Valve Reseating Tool, 287
  • Brussels Tramway Conduit, 200
  • Brussels Exhibition,149, 214, 374, 533
  • Bucknill, Lieut.-Colonel J. T., on Explosions and their Radii of Danger, 261, 291, 360, 443, 515
  • Buckton Testing Machine at Yorkshire College, Leeds, 262, 327, 390, 449
  • Buda-Pest Conduit Tramway System, Siemens, 37
  • Building, Warship, in 1896, 758
  • Buildings in Earthquake Countries, 1, 73, 161, 00, 385, 481
  • Bulkhead Doors, 23, 57
  • Bulkheads, Steamers', 420. See LETTER, 470
  • Burners, Incandescent Gas, 300, 357, 467
  • Butter Accumulator (Wahlin), 47
  • Cable Companies and Repairs, 183
  • Cable Traction, Glasgow Subway:
  • Boilers, 631
  • Power Station, 610, 631, 697
  • Roof of Boiler House, 631
  • Roof of Power Station, 697
  • Tank, Water, 631
  • Tunnelling under Compressed Air, 573
  • Cables, Electrical Disturbances in Submarine, 22
  • Cableway, Table Mountain, 305
  • Caissons for Liverpool Docks, 305
  • Calcium Carbide and Acetylene, 680
  • Caledonian Locomotives, Fastest Train in the World, 710. See LErrsits, Railwayq Service to Scotland Caledonian Tank Locomotives, 410
  • Callendar and Griffiths' Electric Resistance Measurer, 548, 595
  • Calorimeter, A New Form of, 65
  • Camera, Bridges-Lee Surveying (Hicks), 155
  • Cameron, Mr. Donald, on Sewage Treatment at Exeter, 257
  • Canal Boats, 728
  • Canalisation of Upper Loire, 405
  • Canet's Breech Mechanism and Field Guns, 668, 96, 726, 766, 801
  • Canet's Duplex Mounting for Quick-Firing Guns, 13
  • " Canopus " Class Battleships, New British, 152
  • Cantilever Bridge, Rue Tolbiac, Paris, 206, 267
  • Cantilever Bridges, 250
  • Cape Town, Wire Ropeway, 305
  • Capitaine Oil Engine (Tolch and Co.), 643
  • " Capitan Orella," Chilian Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Laird), 492
  • Car, Motor (Bolide and Co.), 576
  • Car, Electro-Locomotive Motor (Baldwin), 219
  • Car, Motor, Thornycroft's Steam Road, 47. See 11
  • Car, Motor, Race in France, 576
  • Car, Motor, Run to Brighton, 653
  • Oar, Motor, De Dion and Boutin Steam, 201, 33
  • Cars, Motor, 47, 201, 233, 308, 303, 348, 405, 453, 59, 576, 620, 621, 653, 681, 713, 744, 779
  • Cars, Motor, and Company Promotion, 648, 633, 78, 680. See LETTERS
  • Cars, Motor, Legislation, 250, 279
  • Carbohydrates of Barley Straw, 611
  • Carbon in Metals, 364
  • Carbon Monoxide in Air, Detecting, 611
  • Cardiff Exhibition : 76, 238, 282
  • Machinery Section, 282
  • Maritime Section, 238. See LErrza, 276
  • Carriage, Motor. See Car, Motor
  • Carriages, Dutch Railway, 492
  • Carriages, Wide Railway, 57
  • Cartridge, Giin, Accident to Quick-Firing, 563
  • Casey, Mr. James, on Balanced Pressure Valve, 52, 568
  • Cast Iron, Strength of, 40
  • Casting Cylinders, &c., 99, 297. See LErricits
  • Castings, Defects in Iron, 818
  • Castle Eaton Bridge, 44
  • Castle Liner " Dunvegan Castle " (Fairfield Company), 253. See LETTER, 276
  • Cathode Ray Spectrum, 563
  • Cathode Rays, Influence of Cold on, 250
  • Cathode Rays, Photo-Electric Sensitisation of Salts by, 519
  • Cathode and Röntgen Rays, Theory of, 487
  • Cathode, X, and Becquerel Rays, and Hyperphosphorescence, 491
  • Cell, 1-Volt Standard, with Small Temperature Coefficient, 522
  • Cellulose Filters, 315
  • Cellulose for United States Warship Protection, 29
  • Cement, Heat Resisting Properties, 437
  • Cement, Pure Portland, 650
  • Cement to Resist Paraffin, 425, 682
  • Central Railway. See Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway
  • Centrifugal Governors, 603, 769
  • Centrifugal Pump and Electric Motor (Scott and Mountain), 553
  • Cessnock Dock at Glasgow, 469
  • Chains, Temperature Adjustment for Surveying, 287
  • Channels, Flow of Water in Open, 518, 632. See Erratum, vol. lxiii., page 21.
  • Charts and Great Circle Sailing Routes, 552
  • Chaux de Fonds Hydro-Electric Installation) 72
  • Chemical Action, Diminution Due to Limitations in Space, 636
  • Chemical Education in England and Germany, 36
  • Chemical, Electric Industries, 807
  • Chemical Manufacture of Alkali and Bleach. 91, 592, 7871 819
  • Chemical Section. See British Associgtion,
  • Chicago Electrical Congress, 88
  • Child, Mr. Henry J., on Timbers in the Straits Settlements, 290
  • Chilian Nitrate of Soda Deposits, 543, 633, 667. See LETTER, 624
  • Chilian Torpedo • Boat Destroyer " Capitem Orella" (Laird), 492
  • Chilian War and Nitrate of Soda Deposits, 624
  • Chimney of Glasgow Cable Power Station, 610
  • China, Industrial Prospects in, 617
  • China Steel Rails, 250
  • China, Trade Affairs in, 213, 531, 562
  • Chlorine Manufacture, 591, 787, 819
  • Chlorine Manufacture by Nitric Acid, 592
  • Chronograph, A New, 315
  • Chronograph Watches (S. Smith and Sons, London), 25. See Limnos
  • Chronographs, 57
  • Civil Engineers, Institution of: 1. Medals, &c., 585
  • Presidential Address, by Mr. J. Wolfe Barry, C.B., 588
  • The Tower Bridge : Superstructure, by Mr. G. E. W. Cruttwell, 621
  • The Machinery of the Tower Bridge, by Mr. G. G. Homfray, 622
  • The Bacterial Purification of Water, by Dr. Percy Frankland, 669
  • Screening and Tipping Coal, by Mr. James Rigg, 743
  • The Surface Plant at Kirkby Colliery, by Mr. Thomas Gillott, 743
  • Civil v. Royal Engineers. See 57, 251, 348, 375, 25
  • Classification of Warships, 30
  • Climacteric, Mechanic's, 245, 276. See LETTERS
  • Clocks, Astronomical, 743
  • Clontarf Electric Railway, 581
  • Closed Conduits for Tramways. See Electric Traction
  • Coal in India, 281
  • Coal, Moisture in, 40
  • Coal in New South Wales, 503
  • Coal, Proximate Constituents of, 611
  • Coal Screening and Tipping, 743
  • Coal-Shipping Machinery, Cleveland, Ohio, 241
  • Coal and Iron in Belgium, 437
  • Cockerill Company, John,733
  • Coffee Growing in Peru, 26
  • Cold Effects on Conductance of Metals and
  • Cathode Rays, 250
  • College, French Naval, 649
  • Colliery Explosions, 21
  • Colliery Surface Plant, 743
  • Collisions, Railway. See Accidents
  • Colonial Trade and Foreign Competition, 246
  • Colour Printing, 455
  • Colquhoun William, on a Water-Cooled Hot Blast Valve, 505. See 364
  • Combe, Mr. Abram, on Rope Driving, 167, 426
  • Commercial Efficiency of Steam Boilers, 93
  • Commercial and Industrial Progress in Japan, 313
  • Compensation in Rivers, Continuous v. Intermittent, 17, 86, 134, 211
  • Compound Engine. See Engines
  • Compressed Air and Gas Traction, 474
  • Compulsory Boiler Inspection, 773, 784
  • Condenser, Self-Cooling, 186
  • Conductance of Metals and Cathode Rays, Influence of Cold, 250
  • Conduction through Gases exposed to Röntgen Rays, Electrical, 490
  • Conductivity, Measuring Electrolytic, 598
  • Conductivity of Sheet Copper, Thermal, 564, 624
  • Conduit Wiring in the United States, 183
  • Conduit Tramway System, Open, 137, 197
  • Conduits for Tramways. See Electric Traction
  • Congo Railway, 592
  • Congress, Chicago Electrical, 88
  • Congress, Trades Union, 371
  • Construction in Earthquake Countries, 1, 73, 61, 200, 385. See 481
  • Continuous Current Generator for Three-Wire System, 249
  • Continuous v. Intermittent Compensation in Rivers, 17, 86, 134, 211
  • Contractors and London County Council, 692, 47, 676
  • Contracts, Government, with Foreigners, 55
  • Control of West Riding Rivers, 211. See 86, 134
  • Co624pper, Thermal Conductivity of Sheet, 564. See Copying Blue Prints, 184, 276
  • Cordite in India, 681
  • Cornwall? Granite in, 276. See 368
  • Corporation Tramway Results, Glasgow, 23
  • Correction of the River Weser, 284
  • Corrosion of Gauge Glasses, 504
  • Corrosion in Marine Machinery, 157, 166
  • Cost of Ships and Wage Ratio, 163
  • Cost of Systems of Traction, 474
  • County Council and the Contractor, 592, 647,
  • Crane, Locomotive Steam (Marshall, Fleming, and Jack, Motherwell), 273
  • Crane, 2-Ton Locomotive Steam (Bedford Company), 108
  • Crane, 10-Ton Locomotive Steam (Southgate Company), 337
  • Crane, 65-Ton Steam Goliath (Southgate Corn parry), 642
  • Cranes, Electric, 422
  • Cricklade Bridge, 105
  • Cricklade Plank Bridge, 105
  • Cruisers. See Warships
  • Crushing Mills for Ginger, 309
  • Crystals, Homogeneous Structure of, 549
  • Cupolas, Action of Blast in, 156
  • Cupolas, The Design of, 682
  • Cupolas in Foundries, 297
  • Cursor for Slide Rules, Radial (Lanchester), 172
  • Curves, Algebraical Gyrostat, 92
  • Curves and the Preston Accident, 535
  • Cut-off Regulating Hood for Pelton Water-Wheel, 19
  • Cutting Machine, Hydraulic Guillotine (Hooker's), 2
  • Cycle, Bolide Oil Motor, 676
  • Cycle Gear, Protean, 714
  • Cycle-Making' Machinery, 704, 732, 781
  • Cycle Show, Stanley, 679. See LETTERS, Protean Gear
  • Cycle Tube Works (Coventry), 712
  • Cycle Tyre, Akroyd Cellular Pneumatic, 90
  • Cycle Tyre, Pneumatic, 217, 679
  • Cycles, De Dion and Bouton Motor, 201, 233
  • Cylinder Jacketing of Locomotives, 589, 715
  • Cylinders and Heat Transmission, 590, 788
  • Cylinders, Strength of Pump, 65
  • Cylinders, Strength of Thin, 77, 109
  • Dam Construction, 276
  • Damper Regulator, Locke, 185
  • Dangerous Trades, 213
  • Danube, Regularisation of the, 435
  • Decimal and Metric Systems, 77, 83, 109, 252, 08, 503, 564. See LETTERS
  • Deep Mines, 777
  • Defects in Cast-Iron Castings, 818
  • Deflections and Spring Tables, 140
  • Demarcation of Work, 115, 217
  • Depreciation of Tramways, 356, 416
  • Design for Gas or Oil Engine, 218
  • Destructor, Refuse, at Leyton, 671
  • "Diadem," H.M. Cruiser (Fairfield Company), 38
  • Diagram of Metal Prices, 24, 184, 318, 438, 594, 14, 814
  • Diagrams, Indicator, 276, 309, 347
  • Diagrams, Temperature Entropy, 225
  • Diamond, Preparation of the, 217
  • "Diana," H.M. Cruiser, Engines (Fairfield Company), 552
  • Diaries, 777
  • Dion and Bouton Road Motor (Steam and Oil), 01, 233
  • Disinfector, Lee's Automatic, 625
  • Displacement and Speed in Yachts, 375, 407
  • Dispute in Engineering Trade re Non-Union Labour, 285, 345
  • Distribution, High-Tension Continuous Current, 49. See LETTER, 308
  • Disturbances due to Strong Electric Currents in Telephones, 215
  • Dock Caissons, Liverpool, 305
  • Dock, Cessnock, at Glasgow, 469
  • Dock, Floating, 364
  • Docks, Belfast, 171
  • Docks, Kidderpore, 308
  • Domestic Boiler Safety Valve, 185
  • Donkin, Mr. Bryan, on Heat Transmission through Metal Cylinders, 590, 788
  • Donkin, Mr. Bryan, on Locomotive Steam Jacketing, 589, 715
  • Doors, Bulkhead, 23, 57
  • Drawing Office Table, Laughlin-Hough, 185
  • Dredger, Electrically Driven Ladder, 457
  • Dredger, Hydraulic, for Mississippi River (Maryland Steel Company), 79
  • Dredging, Grab, 102
  • Dredging Rock, &c., at the Danube, 435
  • Dredgings in Glasgow Harbour, 620
  • Dresden Electric Tramway Conduit, 199
  • Drilling Machine, Harrison's Slot, 59
  • Drilling Machine, Vertical (Barnes, Rochford, III.), 172
  • Drilling Machines (Niles Tool Works, Ohio), 639
  • Drilling Rock for Excavation at the Danube, 435
  • Drills, Electric, for Naval Work, 307
  • Driving, Rope, 167, 426
  • "Drummond Castle," The, 57, 77, 109, 144, 184, 18, 308, 376
  • "Dunvegan Castle," Castle Liner (Fairfield Company), 253. See LETTER, 276
  • Duodecimal and Metric Systems, 77, 109, 252, 08, 503, 564
  • Duodecimal System, 83. See LETTERS
  • Duration of Röntgen Rays, 491
  • Dutch Navy Programme, 742
  • Dutch Railway Carriages, 492
  • Dynamics, Molecular, of Gases, Water, Vapours, &c., 522
  • Dynamo, Continuous-Current, for Three-Wire System, 249
  • Dynamite Explosions and their Radii of Danger, 61, 291, 360,. 448, 515
  • Dynamo with Turbine for Alkali Works (Parsons), 93
  • Dynamos, Electric Railway (Westinghouse), 306
  • Dynamometer, Hydraulic, 140
  • Earth Currents and Effect on Telephones, 215
  • Earth Tremors, 551
  • Earthquake Countries, Construction in, 1, 73 61, 200, 385. See 481
  • East Coast Railway, India, Kistna Bridge, 7, 101.
  • East Coast Rolling Stock, 20. See LETTERS, Railway Carriages
  • East End Water Famine, London, 2E0, 345
  • Eastern Telegraph Company, 183
  • Eaton Hall Light Railway, 642. See Erratum, 73
  • Eaton Weir and Footbridge, 41
  • Edison and Röntgen Rays (New York Show), 69
  • Edison's Phonograph, 446
  • Education, Chemical, in England and Germany, 36
  • Education in Japan, Technical, 84 I,
  • Education, Science, 636
  • Education, Technical, 341, 587. See LETTERS, 05, 470, 623, 682, 745, 813
  • Education of the Working Man, 775
  • Education, Yorkshire College, Leeds, 252, 327, 90, 449
  • Edwards' Air Pump, 221. See LETTERs, 276, 309, 48, 377, 407, 470, 593
  • Efficiency, Commercial, of Steam Boilers, 93
  • Efficiency, Maintenance, and Depreciation of Electric Tramways, 356, 416
  • Egypt, Winter Climate in, 778
  • Eickenradt, Herr F., on Electricity on Board Ships, 60
  • Eight-Acre Copse Bridge, 171
  • Eisey Bridge, 105
  • Elasticity of Timber, 311
  • Electric Alternating Current Admittance and Impedance, 28
  • Electric Alternating Current for Power Transmission, 95, 128
  • Electric Alternating Currents Divided in Parallel Circuits, 522
  • Electric Alternator and Steam Turbine (Parsons), 25
  • Electric Body having Negative Resistance, Properties of an, 28
  • Electric Cranes, 422
  • Electric Currents through Rarefied Air, 522
  • Electric Currents and Telephone Disturbances, 15, 657, 685
  • Electric Currents, Wattless, 248
  • Electric Elevator, Sprague's, 69
  • Electric Generator with Steam Turbine for Alkali Works (Parsons), 493
  • Electric Glow Lamps, Tests of, 421
  • Electric Helm Indicator and Steering Telegraph, Fiske's, 702
  • Electric High-Tension Continuous Current Distribution, 249. See LETTER, 308
  • Electric Lighting in Belfast, 151, 166, 351, 381, 39. See LETTER, 218
  • Electric Lighting and Tramway, Bristol, 553, 739
  • Electric Locomotive Motor Car (Baldwin), 219
  • Electric Measuring Magnetic Permeability, 548
  • Electric Motor and Centrifugal Pump (Scott and Mountain), 553
  • Electric Overhead Lines, Protection from Lightning, 250
  • Electric Railway, Brighton and Rottingdean, 71Z
  • Electric Railway, Clontarf, 581
  • Electric Railway Generators (Westinghouse), 306
  • Electric Railway, Liverpool Overhead, 422
  • Electric Safety Fuses for Telegraph and Telephone Wires, 437
  • Electric Three-Wire System, Continuous Current Generator, 249
  • Electric Traction. See also Electricians at Geneva Batteries, Storage, for Tramways, 485, 544
  • Berlin Conduit, 200
  • Blackpool Conduit System, Holroyd Smith, 37
  • Brussels Conduit, 200
  • Budapest Conduit System. Siemens, 137
  • Conduit System, Open, 137, 197
  • Depreciation of Tramways, 356, 416
  • Dresden Conduit, 199
  • Efficiency, Maintenance, and Depreciation, 356, 16
  • General Electric Company's Conduit in LenoxAvenue, New York, 197
  • Love's Conduit at Washington, 137
  • Maintenance of Tramways, 356, 416
  • Metropolitan Company's Conduit Road, Washington, 197
  • New York Conduit (General Electric Company's), 197
  • Open Conduit System, 137, 197
  • Siemens' Conduit at Budapest, 137
  • Smith's Conduit System at Blackpool, 137
  • Station Fittings, 11
  • Storage Batteries as Applied to Traction Purposes, 485, 544
  • Surface Contact System, 264
  • Washington Conduit, Love's, 137
  • Washington,Conduit Road, (Metropolitan Company) 197
  • Wiring, 11
  • Electric Traction and Light Station, Hamburg, 4, 76, 108
  • Electric Tramcar Truck, 379
  • Electric Tramway, Bristol, 553, 739
  • Electric Tramways. See also Electric Traction and Electricians at Geneva
  • Electric Two-Way Tumbler Switch, 251
  • Electric Waves Observing Apparatus, 519. See LETTER, 593
  • Electric Wheatstone Bridge, A Direct Reading, 23
  • Electric Wiring, Underground, in the United States, 183
  • Electrical Cell, 1-Volt, with Small Temperature Coefficient, 523
  • Electrical Conduction through Gases Exposed to Röntgen Rays, 490
  • Electrical Congress, Chicago, 88
  • Electrical Developments in Japan, 149
  • Electrical Disturbances in Submarine Cables, 522
  • Electrical Engineers. Institution of: 73 The Telephone Trunk Line System in Great Britain, by Mr. J. Gavey, 657, 685
  • Electrical Railway, Liverpool Overhead, 811
  • Electrical Resistance, Lorenz Measurer, 409
  • Electrical Resistance, Measuring, 548, 595
  • Electrical Show, New York, 69
  • Electrical Standards, 548
  • Electrical Undertakings, Manual of, 777
  • Electrical Wave Absorption along Wires by Terminal Bridge, 657
  • Electrically Driven Fan, 594
  • Electrically Driven Feed Pumps (E. Scott and Mountain), 524
  • Electrically Driven Ladder Dredger, 457
  • Electrically Driven Tools for Naval Work, 307
  • Electrically Driven Tools, Power Required for, 02
  • Electrically Driven Ventilating Fan (Smit, Holland), 458. See 'Arms
  • Electricians at Geneva, The Interna. Clonal Congress ot: 79
  • Disturbances Produced by Strong Currents in Telephone Lines, by Dr. Wietlisbach, 215
  • Photometric Units, by Professor Hospitalier, 16
  • Magnetic Units, by Professor Hospitalier, 216
  • Wattless Currents in Power Distribution by Means of Alternating Currents, by Mr. Andre Blondel, 248
  • High Tension Continuous Current Distribution, by Mr. Rene Thury. See LETTER, 308
  • Continuous Current Generator for Three-Wire System, by Mr. A. Rothert, 249
  • Long Distance Power Transmission, by Mr. Charles S. Bradley, 249
  • Protection of Overhead Lines against Lightning, by Mr. R. Chavannes, 250
  • The Influence of Cold upon the Conductance of Metals, and on Cathode Rays, by Professor Raoul Pictet, 250
  • Electricians at Geneva, The International Congress of-continued.
  • Festivities and Excursions, 250
  • Technical Excursions, 269
  • Lausanne Tramway and Power Station, 269
  • Zurichberg Electric Tram, 271
  • Montreux Water-Power Station and the Vevey Tramway, 272
  • Fribourg Hydro-Electric Installation, 272
  • Accumulators for Jura-Simplon Railway Cars, 72
  • Hydro-Electric Installation at Val de Travers, La Chaux de Fonda and be Lock, 272
  • Light and Power Station for Neuchatel at Cress, 272
  • Hydro-Electric Plant at Aarau, 303
  • Hydro-Electric Plant at Berne, 272
  • Hydro-Electric Plant at Thorenherg and Rathausen, 304
  • Hydro-Electric Plant at Wynau, 272
  • Hydro-Electric Plant of Zurich, 301
  • Oerlikon Works, 304
  • Electricity Works on the Sihl, 305
  • Electricity on Board Warships, 60, 702
  • Electricity Communicated from Steam to Air, 22
  • Electricity on Ships, 60, 702
  • Electricity, Street Lighting, 452
  • Electricity Works in Germany, 121
  • Electricity Works on the Sihl, 305
  • Electro-Chemical Industries, 807
  • Electro-Magnetic Waves, Detecting, 522. See LETTER, 593
  • Electrolysis, 807
  • Electrolysis and Electrical Standards, 548
  • Electrolytic Conductivity, Measuring, 598
  • Electrolytic Galvanising at Barrow, 269
  • Electrolytical Manufacture of Alkali and Bleach, 87, 819
  • Electrolytic Methods of Quantitative Analysis, 11
  • Elevator, Electric (Sprague), 69
  • Elgar, Dr. F., on Classification of Warships, 30
  • Ending-up Machine, Combined Saw and (J. Hill and Son), 457
  • Engine, Compound, at Berlin Exhibition (Borsig, Berlin), 176, 424
  • Engine, Compound Horizontal (A. Borsig, Berlin), 553
  • Engine, Gas, Four-Cycle (Borsig, Berlin); 458
  • Engine, Gas, Tests, Belfast Electric Lighting, 51, 166, 351, 381, 439
  • Engine on the Highway. See Cars, Motor
  • Engine on the Highway, 250, 279, 559, 620, 621
  • Engine, Oil, Capitaine (Tolch and Co.), 643
  • Engine, Oil, 3 Horse-Power Portable (Fielding and Platt), 173
  • Engine, Pumping, Duplex (Bever and Dorling), 55
  • Engine, Pumping, Triple-Expansion (Nordberg Company, Milwaukee), 766, 815
  • Engine Revolution Indicator (Little's), 722
  • Engine, Triple-Expansion, Tests, 40
  • Engine, Universal High-Speed (Brush Company), 37
  • Engine, Willard's Launch Oil, 655
  • Engines, Compound v. Triple-Expansion, 469
  • Engines, Gas, Attached to the Soil, 810
  • Engines, H. M. Torpedo-Beat Destroyers (Palmers' Company), 142
  • Engines of H.M.S. " Powerful " (Naval Construction Company), 403. See 433, 499, 532, 53, 691
  • Engines of II.M.SS. " Diana " and " Venus' (Fairfield Company), 552
  • Engines, Oil and Gas, 740
  • Engines, Oil. See also Motors
  • Engines,Russian Volunteer Steamer " Kherson (Hawtorn, Leslie, and Co.), 665, 668, 730, 800
  • Engines, Stationary, Breakdowns of, 606
  • Engines, Stationary Steam, 713
  • Engines of the S.S. " Ohio," 681
  • Engines, Steam Yacht " Speedy " (Ramage and Ferguson, Leith), 241
  • Engines of Torpedo-Boat Destroyers (Earle), 524
  • Engines, Oil Traction (Hornsby), 506
  • Engines, Traction and Portable, 740
  • Engines, Unusual Corrosion in Marine, 157, 166
  • Engineering in China, 213
  • Engineering Department of Yorkshire College, Leeds, 262, 327, 390, 449
  • Engineering in Hokkaido, Japan, 588
  • Engineering Laboratory Appliances, 452
  • Engineering Laboratory for Glasgow, 563
  • Engineering Laboratory at Yorkshire College, Leeds, 262, 327, 390, 449
  • Engineering, Marine, in 1E96, 811
  • Engineering Practice and Science, 687
  • Engineering 5neering Schemes in Parliament, 676, 709, 2
  • Engineering Work Plant. See Naval Construetwit Company's Works
  • Engineers' Dispute, 285, 345
  • Engineers, Examination for, 588
  • Engineer's Qualifications, Marine, 675. Erratum, 22
  • Engineers, Royal v. Civil, 57, 251. See 348, 375, 88
  • English, Lieutenant-Colonel, on Heat Transmission through Metal Cylinders, 590, 788
  • English Trade Diminishing ? Is, 503, 564. See also Migration qf Trade
  • "Entre Rios," Argentine Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Yarrow), 424
  • Entropy Diagrams, Temperature, 225
  • Equilibrium, Velocity of Reaction before, 612
  • Evaporative Power of Marine Boilers, 425
  • Evaporative Trials of Belleville Boilers of H.M.S. "Powerful," 403, 433, 499, 532, 553, 691
  • Ewen Bridge, 172
  • Examination for Engineers, 588
  • Examinations, Irish County Surveyorships, 376
  • Excrescent Rosins, 611
  • Exeter, Sewage Treatment at, 256, 406
  • Exhauster, Pressure Balance Gas (Gwynne), 287
  • Exhibition, Brewers', 593
  • Exhibition, Brussels, 149, 214, 374, 533
  • Exhibition, Cardiff, 238, 282
  • Exhibition, Fire Brigade Tournament and, 21
  • Exhibition, New York Electrical, 69
  • Exhibition, Paris, 51, 148, 530
  • Exhibition in Paris, Theatrical, 89
  • Exhibition, Rouen, 372
  • Exhibition, Stockholm, 778
  • Exhibitors, Art, &c., Subsidised, 51
  • Expanded Metal, 455, 605
  • Experience, Records of, 431
  • Experiments, Rain, 533
  • Experiments with Torpedo - Boat Destroyer Models, 164
  • Explosion. See Boiler Explosions
  • Explosion, Boiler, on H.M.S. " Blake," 464. See LETTERS
  • Explosion on H.M.S. " Blake," 593, 623
  • Explosion of a Kier at a Paper Mill, 640
  • Explosion of a Logwood Still, 785
  • Explosions, Colliery, 21
  • Explosions, Flash of, Photographs of, 592
  • Explosions and their Radii of Danger, 261, 299, 60, 418, 515
  • Explosive Properties of Acetylene, 534
  • Explosive Proportions of Acetylene? 610
  • Explosives and Submarine Excavation (Danube), 35
  • Factory, Alumina, at Larne, 170, 291
  • Fan, Electrically Driven, 594
  • Fan, Electrically Driven Ventilating (Smit, Holland), 458. See LETTERS
  • Fans in Foundries, 297
  • Fastest Train in the World, 710, 745, 780. See LETTERS, Railway Service to Scotland
  • Feed Distribution for Yarrow Boilers, 153, 218. See LETTEas
  • Feed Pumps with Electric Motor (E. Scott and Mountain), 524
  • Ferro-Manganese, Manufacture of, 470
  • Ferryboats, Screw, 797
  • Field Gun, Canet quick-Firing, 668, 696, 726, 766, 01
  • Filters, Cellulose, 315
  • Filtration, Mechanical, 342
  • Fire Brigade Tournament and Exhibition, 21
  • Fire on Shipboard, Prevention of, 470, 504, 535, 93
  • Fireboats, 729
  • Firebox, An Overheated Boiler, 377
  • Firemaster for London, 533
  • Fishing and River Pollution, 136. See 86, 211
  • Fitters and Turners, Strike at Hull, 469
  • Fixed Girder Bridge at Great Dude-street, Manchester, 645, 651, 741. See LETrzas, Bridge, tec.
  • Fixed Nitrogen in Steel, 335, 380
  • Flanging Machine, 204
  • Flaws in Steel, Microscopic Internal, 35, 63, 118
  • Flax Machinery, 151, 320
  • Flax Works in Belfast. See 151, 320'
  • Fiske's Helm Indicator and Telegraph, 702
  • Fletcher Rysimeter, 504
  • Fleuss' Tyre for Cycles, 679
  • Flight of Birds, Sailing, 552
  • Flow, Uniform, in Open Channels, 518, 632. Sec
  • Erratum, vol. lxiii., page 21
  • Fluorescence, Change of Absorption Accompanying, 519
  • Flying Machines, 552
  • Flywheels, Steel, 190
  • Fog, 643
  • Forced Draught Apparatus, Gosling's, 702
  • Foreign v. British Shipping (Manning), 19
  • Foreign Competition and Colonial Trade, 246
  • Foreign Competition, 503, 564. See also Migration of Trade
  • Foreign Shipping Subsidies, 619
  • Foreign Works and the Working Man's Education, 775
  • Foreigners and Government Contracts, 55
  • Forgings, Hollow Steel, 40
  • Fortress Range Finder (Barr and Stroud), 701
  • Foundations, Deep and Difficult, 742
  • Foundations, Kistna Bridge, 101 See 7
  • Foundry Cupolas, Blast in, 156
  • Foundry Practice, Modern, 99, 297, 347, 377, 07. See Cupolas. See LETTERS
  • Fracture of Railway Rails, 395
  • Fractures in Steel due to Internal Flaws, 35, 68, 18
  • Framed Structures, Theory of Modern, 22
  • Freezing Method of Sinking Foundations, 742
  • Fremantle Harbour, West Australia, 415, 482
  • French Cruiser " Jaureg-uiberry," Explosion, 23
  • French Cruiser " Jaureguiberry" (Forges et Chantiers Company, Havre), 26. See LErrkks
  • French Marine Reorganisation, 312
  • French Motor Car Race, 676
  • French Naval College, 649
  • French Naval Manoeuvres, 330, 386, 501. See LETTERS, 406
  • French Railway Apprentices, Training, 85
  • French Ships in the Manoeuvres, 330, 386, 501. See LETTERS
  • "Friant," Niclausse Boilers of the, 23
  • Fribourg Hydro-Electric Installation, 272
  • Friction Tests, Engineering Laboratory, Leeds, 49. See 262, 327, 390
  • Fuel, Oil, 680
  • Fuel, Oil, for Warships, 285
  • Furnaces for Roasting Ore, 335, 475
  • Fuses, Safety, for Telegraph and Telephone Wires, 437
  • Galvanising Electrolytically, 269
  • Garbage Destructor at Leyton (Beaman and Deas), 671
  • "Garibaldi," Argentine Cruiser (Ansaldo, Italy), 5
  • Gas Engine, Four-Cycle (Borsig? Berlin), 458
  • Gas Engine Tests, Belfast Electric Light, 151, 166, 51, 381, 439
  • Gas Engines attached to the Soil, 810
  • Gas Exhauster, Pressure Balance (Gwynn&, 287
  • Gas Lighting by Incandescence, 300, 357, 467, 24. See ',grunts
  • Gas, Mixed, Explosions, Photographs of Flash, 92
  • Gas or Oil Engine, Design for, 218
  • Gas Retort Beds, Tunnelled, 90
  • Gas Retort Mouthpiece, Tysoe and Mitchell's, 25
  • Gas Traction, 474
  • Gas Work Locomotives, Glasgow (Drummond), 49
  • Gas Work Schemes in Parliament, 725
  • Gas Works, Belfast 170, 293
  • Gases Exposed to Röntgen Rays. Electrical Conduction through, 490
  • Gauge Glasses, Corrosion of, 504
  • Gauge Glasses on H.M.S. " Blake," 464. See LETTERS, Explosions, &c.
  • Gauge-Making, 121
  • Gauge, Screw, 420, 509
  • Gavey, Mr. J., on Telephone Trunk System, 657, 85
  • Gellivara-Ofoten Railway, 285
  • General Electric Company's Conduit in LenoxAvenue, New York, 197
  • Geneva, Electricians' Congress at. See International Congress
  • Geology, Hydro-, and Hygiene, 223, 257
  • German Chemical Education, 636
  • German Electricity Works, 121
  • German Railway Association, 117
  • German Shipping Subsidies, 619
  • Gilchrist, Mr. J., on Fixed Girder Bridge at
  • Great Ducie-Street, Manchester, 545. See 651 LETTERS, Bridge, &c.
  • Ginger. See Crushing Mills
  • Girder Bride at Great Ducie-Street, Manchester, Fixed, 545, 651, 741. See LErrEas, Bridge, &c.
  • Girders, Kistna Bridge, 101. See 7
  • Girders, Lattice, Strains, 57
  • Girders, Stiffening, Suspension Bridges, 196, 234. See Erratum, 286
  • Glasgow Central Railway, Underground Station*, 43, 355. See 410
  • Glasgow Corporation Tramway Results, 23
  • Glasgow Docks, 469
  • Glasgow Gas Works Locomotives (Drummond, Govan), 349
  • Glasgow Harbour Dredgings, 620
  • Glasgow Subway, 573, 610, 631. See also Cable Traction, 573
  • Glasgow University Engineering Laboratory, 63
  • Glass, Iridescent, 466
  • Glass and Porcelain and Röntgen Rays, 491
  • Glasses, Corrosion of Gauge, 504
  • Glow Lamps, Tests of, 421
  • Gold Alloys, Liquation of, 563
  • Goldfields of British Guiana, 162
  • Golding's Expanded Metal, 455, 605
  • Goliath Crane, 65-Ton Steam (Southgate Company), 642
  • Goodman's Hatchet Planimeter, 255, 377. See Prytz Planimeters and Planimeter
  • Gosling's Forced Draught Apparatus, 702
  • Government Contracts with Foreigners, 55
  • Governor, Triple-Expansion Pumping Engine (Nordberg Company, Milwaukee), 766, 815
  • Governors, Centrifugal, 603
  • Governors, Shaft (Robinson and Auden), 458
  • Grab Dredging, 102
  • Granger's Jet Nozzle, 722
  • Granite in Cornwall, 276, 368
  • Great Circle Sailing Routes on Charts, 552
  • Great Indian Peninsula Railway, 810
  • Great Western Locomotive " Leopard," 368, 07
  • Greathead, The Late Mr. J. IL, 561
  • Grinding,Milling and Screwing Machines, 21
  • Guiana oldfielSs, British, 152
  • Guillotine Cutting Machine, Hyd raulic (Hooker's), 2
  • Gun, Canet Quick-Firing Field, 668, 696, 726, 66, 801
  • Gun, Canet's Duplex Mounting for Quick-Firing, 13
  • Gun Cartridge, Accident to Quick-Firing, 563
  • Gun Mounting for H.M.S. " Cmsar " (Whitworth), 67
  • Guns, Canet's Breech Mechanism for Field, 668 96, 726, 766, 801
  • Guns, Heavy, and Armour, 452, 477
  • Guns, Origin of Maxim, 776
  • Gwynne's, Strike at, 535
  • Gyrostat Curves, Algebraical, 92
  • Hackling Machinery, Flax, 151, 320
  • Hamburg Combined Light and Power Electric Station, 44, 76, 108
  • Hamburg, Port and Shipping of, 28
  • Hannington Bridge, 41
  • Hanssen, Mr. A., on Commercial Efficiency of Steam Boilers. 93
  • Harbord, F. W., and Twynam, T., on Fixed Nitrogen in Steel, 380 See 335
  • Harbour, Belfast, 171
  • Harbour Improvements in Western Australia, 15, 482
  • Harbours in South Africa, 597
  • Hard Steel, 681, 713, 745, 779, 813
  • Harrison's Slot-Drilling Machine, 59
  • Hatchet Planimeter, Goodman's, 255, 377. See LETTERS
  • Hatchet Planimeters, 308, 425. See also Prytz Planimeters
  • Hawthorn, Les:ie, and Co., Russian Volunteer Steamer " Kherson," 665, 668, 730, 800
  • Hay and Straw Baling Press (Howard, Bedford), 3
  • Haze, 643
  • Hazell's Annual, 777
  • Health and River Pollution, 136. See 86, 211
  • Heat Resisting Properties of Portland Cement, 37
  • Heat Transmission through Metal Cylinders, 590, 88
  • Heat of Water, Total, 649
  • Helium, 611
  • Helm Indicator and Telegraph, Fiske's, 702
  • Hibbard, Mr. II. D., on Sand on Pig Iron, 411. See 364
  • High-Tension Continuous Current Distribution 49. See Lgrrga, 300
  • Hub for Cycle, Machinery, 704, 731, 781
  • H M. Destroyer " Swordfish " (Armstrong), 122
  • H.M. Second-Class Cruisers, 759
  • H.M. Battleships (" Canopus " Class), 152
  • H.M.S. "Blake," Boiler Accident in, 464. See LETTERS
  • H.M.S. "!Make," Explosion on, 593, 623
  • H.M.S. "Cicsar," Whitworth Gun Mounting, 767
  • H.M.S. " Diadem " (Fairfield Company), 538
  • H.M.S. " Powerful," Trials of, 469, 535
  • H.M.S. " Powerful " (Naval Construction and Armaments Company, Limited), 40',4, 433, 499, 32, 553, 691. See LErnsas
  • H.M.S. " Venus" (Fairfield Company), 287
  • H. M . SS. " Ariadne," " Amphitrite, " " Argonaut," " Spartiate " Class (New Cruisers), 468
  • H.M. Ships Built in 1896, 758
  • H.M SS. " Furious," " Gladiator," " Vindictive," and "Arrogant " (Cruisers with Rams), 708 I.M.SS. " Venus" and "Diana "-(Engines), Fairfield Company, 552
  • H.M. Torpedo Boat Destroyer Model Experiments (Barrow), 165
  • H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer " Swordfish " and the Yarrow Boiler, 122
  • H.M Torpedo-Boat Destroyers" Janus," "Lightning," and " Porcupine" (Palmers), 108, 142
  • H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyers " Salmon " and "Snapper " (Earle), 524
  • hoisting Machinery, 314
  • Hokkaido, Engineering in, 5:8
  • hollow Steel Forgings, 40
  • Hooker's Hydraulic Guillotine Cutting Machine. 2
  • Horner, Mr. John, on Flax Machinery, 151, 320
  • "Horse Power," 624
  • Hose Pipes, Tests of, 504
  • Homeless Carriages. See Cars, Motor
  • Hot Bloom Guillotine Shears (Grant, Ritchie, and Co , Kilmarnock), 123
  • House, Remarkable, in Japan, 481
  • Hudson River Tunnel, 309, 347
  • Hull Fitters and Turners' Strike, 469
  • Hyperphosphorescence, Cathode, X, and Becquerel Rays, 491
  • Hydraulic Calculations, Rule for, 6R5, 681 See LwrrEa and Erratum, 669
  • Hydraulic Dredger for Mississippi River (Maryland Steel Company), 79
  • Hydraulic Dynamometer, 140
  • Hydraulic Gear for Working Railway Signals, 355
  • Hydraulic Riveter, 424
  • Hydraulic Self-Clamp Guillotine Cutting Machine,Hooker's, 62
  • Hydrauic Sheerlegs, 124-Ton, 800
  • Hydraulic Tests at orkshire College, Leeds, 390. See 262, 327, 390, 44Q
  • Hydraulic Wheel Bossing and Forging Press, 200-Ton (Fielding and Platt), 273
  • Hydro-Electric Installations. See Electricians at Geneva
  • Hydro-Geology and Hygiene, 223, 257
  • Hygiene and Hydro-Geology, 223, 257
  • Hysteresis, 452
  • Incandescent Gas Lighting, 300, 357, 467, 624. See LErrEas
  • India, Coal in, 281
  • India, Irrigation in, 84
  • Indian Railway Property, 810
  • Indian Railways and Trade, 403
  • Indicator Diagrams, 276, 309, 347
  • Indicator Diagrams, Effect of Pipe Connections on, 65
  • Induction, Telegraphy by, 593
  • Industrial and Commercial Progress in Japan, 313
  • Industrial Notes, 26, 59, 91, 124, 155, 187, 219, 54, 288, 319, 349, 379, 410, 440, 471, 506, 537, 67, 596, 625, 655, 683, 719, 748, 782, 817
  • Industrial Prospects in China, 617
  • Industrial Undertakings and Japan Diet, 89
  • Industries in Japan, 498
  • Inflammable Paints, 213
  • Influence of Cold on Conductance of Metals and on Cathode Rays, 250
  • Inglesham Bridge, 41
  • Inspection of Boilers, Compulsory. See LETTER, 13
  • Intermittent v. Continuous Compensation in Rivers, 17, 86, 134, 211
  • Internal Flaws in Steel, Microscopic, 35, 68, 118
  • International Congress of Electricians at Geneva, 08. See Electricians at Geneva
  • Iridescent Glass, 466
  • Irish County Surveyorship Examinations, 375. See Royal v. Civil Engineers
  • Iron and Coal in Belgium, 437
  • Iron and Steel Institute : 1, 111, 339
  • Bilbao Meeting, 333
  • The New President (Mr. E. Pritchard Morgan), 34
  • Spanish Iron Industry, by Don Pablo de Alzola, 34
  • Iron Ore Industries of Biscay and Santander, by Mr. W. Gill, 335
  • The Walrand-Legenisel Process, by Mr. George F. Snelus, 335, 442
  • The Roasting of Iron Ores with the View to their Magnetic Concentration, by Professor H. Wedding, 335, 475
  • The Manganese Ore Deposits of Northern Spain, by Mr. Jeremiah Head, 336
  • A Note on the Presence of Fixed Nitrogen in Steel, by Messrs. Harbord and Twynam, 335, 80
  • Sand on Pig Iron, by Mr. II. D. Hibbard, 364, 11
  • The Missing Carbon, by Mr. T. W. Hogg, 364
  • A Water-Cooled Blast Valve, by Mr. Colquhoun 64, 605
  • Estimation of Sulphur in Iron Ores, by Messrs. R. W. and A. Atkinson, 365
  • Concluding Proceedings, 365
  • Excursions, tt.c :
  • Altos Hornos Iron Works (Visit), 364
  • Conversazione by the Alcalde, 364
  • Viscaya Iron and Steel Works, 365
  • Orconera Mines, 365
  • Other Excursions, 364, 365
  • Iron Industry in Spain, 334. See also 364, 365
  • Iron Ore, Roasting, 335, 475
  • Iron,Sand on Pig, 364, 411
  • Iron, Strength of Cast, 40
  • Iron, Structural, at High Temperatures, Tests, 374
  • Iron, Tests of Pig, 125
  • Irrigation in India, 84
  • Jacketing Cylinders, Locomotive, 589, 715
  • "Janus," I-1.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Palmers), 108, 142
  • Japan, Commercial and Industrial Progress, 313
  • Japan, Construction in Earthquake Countries, , 73, 161, 200, 385. See 481
  • Japan, Electrical Developments in, 149
  • Japan Engineering Development, 588
  • Japan, Pipe Inspection, 56, 281
  • Japan, Recent Trade of, 707
  • Japan Sea Waves, The Great, 177. See LETTER, 18
  • Japan, Technical Education in, 84
  • Japan, Telephones in, 405
  • Japan Trade, 807
  • Japanese Army and 'Navy, 402
  • Japanese Diet and Industrial Undertakings, 89
  • Japanese Industrial Aims, 498
  • Japanese Railways, 342, 372
  • Japanese Shipping, 289, 463
  • Japanese Steamship Company, New, 121
  • Jaques, Captain W. H., on Armour and Heavy Ordnance, 477
  • Jaureguiberry, Explosion on the Cruiser, 23
  • "Jaureguiberry," French Cruiser (Forges et Chantiers Company, Havre), 26
  • Jet Nozzle, Granger's, 722
  • Johannesburg, 345
  • Johnson and Phillips Arc Lamp, 184
  • Jones's Water-Tube Boiler, 555, 594
  • July Weather, 180
  • June Weather, 53
  • Jura-Simplon Railway Car Accumulators, 272
  • "Kaiser Friedrich," North German Lloyd Liner (Schichau), 735
  • Kauri Timber, 180
  • Kentish Ragstone and Portland Cement, 650
  • " Kherson," Russian Volunteer Fleet T.-S.S. (Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co.), 665, 668, 730, 800
  • Kidderpore Docks, 308
  • Kier Explosion at a Paper Mill, 640
  • Kilbourn's Refrigerating Machine, 471
  • Kirkby Colliery Plant, 743
  • Kistna Bridge, East Coast Railway, India, 7, 101
  • Kitchen Boiler Safety Valve, 185
  • Kites for Aerial Exploration, 552
  • Koch and Pasteur's Work in Physics, 394
  • Laboratory Appliances, Engineering, 452
  • Laboratory for Glasgow University, Engineering, 63
  • Laboratory, National Physical, 552
  • Laboratory, Yorkshire College, Leeds, 262, 327, 90, 449
  • Lamp Black, Packing, 714
  • Lathps, Tests of Electric Glow, 421
  • Lanchester Radial Cursor for Slide Rules, 172
  • Larne Alumina Factory, 170, 291
  • Lathe, 24-Ft. Horizontal (Schiess, Dusseldorf Oberbilk), 683. See Erratum, 706
  • Lathe, 42-In. Surface and Boring (Shepherd, Hill, and Co.), 396
  • Lathe, Treble-Geared (Shepherd, Hill, and Co., Leeds), 253
  • Lattice Girders, Strains, 57
  • Laughlin-Hough Drawing Office Table, 185
  • Launch Engine, Willard's, 655
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 15, 56, 90, 122, 158, 88, 224, 292, 309, 351, 378, 408, 440, 478, 507, 36, 570, 594, 597, 628, 654, 669, 746, 780, 805
  • Lausanne Tramway and Power Station, 269
  • Law as to Hired Engines, 820
  • Lechlade Bride, 41
  • Leeds, Yorkshire College Laboratory, 262, 327, 90, 449
  • Leeds Water Supply, 539
  • Lee's Automatic Disinfector, 625
  • Lenard and Routgen Rays, 490
  • Leonardo da Vinci 's Hygrometer. See Weighing Machine
  • " Leopard," Great Western Railway Old Locomotive, 368. See LETTERS
  • Letters to the Editor, 23, 56, 77, 109, 144, 184 18, 261, 274, 308, 345, 405, 425, 4Q9, 503, 535 64, 593, 622, 653, 681, 713, 744, 779
  • Lewis' Water-Cooled Blast Valve, 364, 505
  • Leyton Refuse Destructor (Beaman and Deas), 71
  • Li Hung Chang's Visit to Barrow-in-Furness, 250
  • Lifting Machinery, 314
  • Light and Power Station, Hamburg Electric, 44, • 6, 108
  • Light Railway, Barsi, 560, 612
  • Light Railway at Eaton Hall, 642. See Erratum, 73
  • Light Railway Locomotive (Drummond, Govan), 49
  • Light Railway Locomotive (Kitson, Leeds), 612
  • Light Railways, Transport of Normal Gauge Wagons on Narrow Gauge Lines, 537
  • Lighting in Belfast, Electric, 151, 166, 351, 381, 39. See LETTER, 218
  • Lighting, Gas, by Incandescence, 300, 357, 467. See LErrERs
  • Lighting Streets by Electricity) 452
  • "Lightning," H.61. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Palmers), 108, 142
  • Lightning, Protection of Overhead Lines, 250
  • Liquation of Gold Alloys, 663
  • Literature, 21, 88, 120, 181, 284, 314, 424, 445, 03, 636, 75d, 797
  • Litmus Behaviour in Anychoteric Solutions, 611
  • Little's Revolution Indicator for Engines, 722
  • Liverpool Dock Caissons, 305
  • Liverpool Overhead Railway, 422, 473, 811
  • Liverpool, The Port of, 395
  • Liverpool, Progress of, 473
  • Liverpool-Strict Station Signalling Arrangements, 697
  • Liverpool Water Works, 418
  • Lloyd's Shipbuilding Returns, 19, 437
  • Lloyd's Shipping, Wreck, &c., Returns, 281
  • Locke Damper Regulator, 185
  • Locking Block Signals, Nicholson's Apparatus,
  • Lode Hydro-Electric Installation, 272
  • Locomotive Coal in India, 281
  • Locomotive, Electric, Car (Baldwin), 219
  • Locomotive, Fastest, in the World, 710. See
  • LETTERS, Railway Service to Scotland
  • Locomotive in Factories; Dangers, 213
  • Locomotive for 2-Ft. Gauge Railway (Drummond, Govan), 349
  • Locomotive for Glasgow Central Railway, 410
  • Locomotive, Goods, for New South Wales Railway (Beyer, Peacock, and Co.), 680
  • Locomotive on Highways Act, 1896, 279, 559, 620, 21. See 250. See also Cars, Motor
  • Locomotive " Leopard," Great Western Railway, Old, 368, 407. See LwrrEas
  • Locomotive, Light Railway (Kitson, Leeds), 612
  • Locomotive, North-Eastern Express, 23, 57
  • Locomotive, Oil (Hornsby), 506
  • Locomotive, Oil-Burning, for Liverpool Docks, 251
  • Locomotive Steam Crane, 2-Ton (Bedford Company), 108. See also Cranes
  • Locomotive Steam Jacketing, 589, 715
  • Loire, Canalisation of, 405
  • London Bridges. See Thames Bridges
  • London, Chatham, and Dover Service, 23
  • London County Council Works Committee, 592, 47, 676
  • London Directory, 777
  • London, East-End Water Famine, 280, 345
  • London Fire Brigade Command, 533
  • London and Norwich New Railway, 315
  • London Tramways, 741
  • London Water Famine, East, 280, 345
  • Machine Tools for Cycle Making, 732, 781
  • London Water Supply, 619. See 280, 345
  • Long-Distance Power Transmission, 249
  • Lorenz Measurer of Electrical Resistance, 409
  • Luggage, Railway Passengers', 55
  • Love's Conduit at Washington, 137
  • Maclaren, Mr., on Practice with Science, 687
  • MacColl, Mr. Hector, on Unusual Corrosion in
  • Marine Machinery, 157, 166
  • Machine Guns, Origin of, 776
  • Machine Tools for Cycle Making, 732, 781
  • Machine Tools, Electrically Driven, for Naval Work, 307
  • Machine Tools, Grinding, Milling, and Screwing, 1
  • Machine Tools. See .Naval Construction Company's Works. See also Lathe, Drill, &c.
  • Machine Tools, United States, 774
  • Machinery Attached to the Soil, 810
  • Machinery v. Manual Labour, 147
  • Machinery of the Russian Volunteer Steamer " Kherson " (Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co.), 668, 85, 730, 800
  • Madras Railway, 810
  • Magnetic Permeability, Measuring, 648
  • Magnetic Standards, 551
  • Magnetic Units, 216, 248
  • Magnetisation of Iron Ores, 475. See 335
  • Maintenance of Tramways, 356, 416
  • Making Gauges, 121
  • Manchester, Fixed Girder Bridge at Great DucieStreet, 545, 651, 741. See LETTERS, Bridges, &c.
  • Manganese Ore Deposits of Spain, 335
  • Manganese, World's Supply of, 502
  • Manhole Covers under Steam Pressure, Removal of, 118. See LETTERS, 252, 309
  • Manning, British v. Foreign Shipping, 19
  • Manwuvres, French Naval, 330, 38d, 501. See LETTERS
  • Manor House Bridge, Ashton Keynes, 171
  • Manufacture of Power, 147
  • Marine Engineers' Qualifications, 675. Erratum, 22
  • Marine Machinery, Unusual Corrosion in, 157, 166
  • "Massachusetts," Tests of Turret for U.S. Battleship, 762
  • Maxim Guns, Origin of, 776
  • Maxim and Hard Steel, 681, 713, 745, 779, 813
  • McCowen, Mr. Victor A. H., on Electric Lighting in Belfast, 151, 166, 351, 381, 439. See LETTER. 18
  • Measurement, Spectroscope, of Velocity of Planets, 549
  • Measuring Electrical Resistance, 548, 595
  • Measuring Electrical Resistance, Lorenz, 409
  • Measuring Electrolytic Conductivity, 598
  • Measuring Magnetic Permeability, 548
  • Mechanical Engineers, American Society of: 7
  • St. Louis City, 37
  • Strength of Cast Iron, by W. J. Keep, 40
  • The Efficiency of a Steam Boiler ; What is It ? by W. Kent, 40
  • Tests of a Four-Cylinder Triple-Expansion Engine and Boilers, by A. H. Eldridge, 40
  • Determining Moisture in Coal, by Mr. R. S. Hale, 40
  • Hollow Steel Forgings, by H. F. J. Porter, 40
  • A Study of the Proper Method of Determining the Strength of Pump Cylinders, by Charles W. Kettell, 65
  • The Effect upon the Diagrams of Long Pipe Connections for Steam Engine Indicators, by Professor W. F. M. Goss, 65
  • A New Form of Calorimeter, by Professor R. C. Carpenter, 65
  • An Hydraulic Dynamometer, by Mr. James D. Hoffman, 140
  • Spring Tables, by Mr. G. R Henderson, 140
  • Retarders in Boiler Tubes, by Mr. J. M. Whitham, 140
  • Mechanical Stokers, by Mr. Whitham, 140
  • The Western River Steamboat, by Mr. W. H. Bryan, 140
  • St. Louis Water Works, Visit to, 186
  • A Self-Cooling Condenser, by Mr. Louis B. Alberger, 186
  • Superheated Steam, by Professor R. II. Thurston, 222
  • History of the Bessemer Process, by Sir Henry Bessemer 222, 749
  • Steel Flywheels, by Thomas E. Murray, 190
  • Mechanical Engineers in Belfast, 218
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of :
  • Belfast Meeting, 150
  • Flax Scutching and Flax Hackling Machinery, by Mr. John Horner, 151, 320
  • Electric Lighting in Belfast, by Mr. Victor A. H. McCowen, 151, 166, 351, - 381, 439. See LETTER, 218
  • Works Open to Members, 152
  • Unusual Corrosion of Marine Machinery, by Mr. Hector MacColl, 157, 166
  • Notes on the Introduction and Development of Rope Driving, by Mr. Abram Combe, 167, 2
  • Description of the Alumina Factory at Lame Harbour, by Mr. James Sutherland, 170, 291
  • Description of the Belfast Gas Works, by Mr. James Stelfox, 170, 293
  • Votes of Thanks, 170
  • Excursions and Visits, 170, 171
  • Belfast Harbour Works, 171
  • London Meeting :
  • Report of the Research Committee on the Value of the Steam Jacket, by Professor T. Hudson Beare and Mr. Bryan Donkin, 589, 15
  • The Transmission of Heat from Surface Condensation through Metal Cylinders, by Lieut.-Col. English and Mr. Bryan Donkin, 90, 783
  • Breakdowns of Stationary Engines, by Mr. Michael Longridge, 589, 606
  • Mechanical Filtration, 342
  • Mechanical Stokers, 140
  • Mechanic's Climacteric, 245, 276. See LETTERS
  • Memorial, Submarine Telegraph, 620
  • Mercurial Thermometry, Researches in Absolute, 49
  • Mersey, The River, 395
  • Metal-Chemical Industries, 807
  • Metal, Expanded, 455,605
  • Metal Price Diagram, 24, 184, 318, 438, 591, 714, 14
  • Metals and their Salts, Röntgen Rays, 612
  • Meteorological Observations on Ben Nevis, 552
  • Meteorological Society, Royal :
  • International Conference Report, 643
  • Haze, Fog, and Visibility, by Hon. F. A. Rollo Russell, 643
  • Winter Climate of Egypt, by Dr. Leigh Canney, 78
  • Attempt to Determine the Velocity Equivalents of Wind Forces Estimated by Beaufort's Scale, by Mr. R. H. Curtis, 778
  • Meter, Water, Venturi, 207
  • Metre-Gauge Railways, 682
  • Metric and Duodecimal System, 77, 83. See LETTERS, 109, 252, 503, 564
  • Metropolitan. See London
  • Metropolitan Company's Conduit Road, Washington, 197
  • Meyer, Herr F. A., on Port and Shipping of Hamburg, 28
  • Microscopic Internal Flaws in Steel, 35, 68, 118
  • Midland and South-Western Junction Viaduct, 08
  • Migration of Trade, 374. See LETTERS, 401, 425, 69, 503
  • Milling, Grinding, and Screwing Machines, 21
  • Milling Machine (Brown and Sharpe Company, Providence, R.I.), 567
  • Milling Machines (Niles Tool Works, Ohio), 669
  • Milne, Mr. J., on Construction in Earthquake Countries, 1, 73, 161, 200. See 385, 481
  • Mineral Wealth of New South Wales, 503
  • Mines, Broken Hill Consols, 189
  • Mining at Great Depths, 777
  • Mining in New South Wales, 503
  • Mining in Sweden, 653
  • Miscellanea, 24, 49, 81, 113, 145, 175, 209, 243, 86, 318, 339, 369, 399, 429, 461, 495, 527, 557, 85, 615, 645, 673, 705, 737, 771, 814
  • Mississippi Bridge at Alton, St. Louis, 457, 524
  • Mississippi River Bank Protection, 89
  • Mississippi River Hydraulic Dredger (Maryland Steel Company), 79
  • Mississippi Steamers, 140
  • Mitchell and Tysoe's Retort Mouthpiece, 225
  • Model Experiments, 164
  • Modern Foundry Practice, 99, 297. See LETTERS
  • Moisture in Coal, 40
  • Molecular Dynamics of Gases, Water, Vapours, &c., 522
  • Mond, Dr. Ludwig, on Chlorine, 591
  • Montreux Water Power Station, 272
  • Morris, Mr. J. T., on Power Transmission by Alternating Currents, 95, 128
  • Mossend Steel Works, Hot Bloom Guillotine Shears (Grant, Ritchie, and Co., Kilmarnock), 23
  • Motor Carriages. See Car, Motor
  • Motor Carriages and Company Promotion, 648, 53, 678, 680. See LErrERs
  • Motor Car. See Car, Motor
  • Motor Car Legislation, 250, 279
  • Motor for Driving Centrifugal Pump (Scott and Mountain), 553
  • Moulding, Modern Foundry Practice, 99, 297
  • Mountain Guns, Canet Quick-Firing, 668, 696, 26, 766. Sde 801
  • Mountain Railway, Snowdon, 345
  • Mounting, Gun, for H.M.S. " Omar," 767
  • Mounting for Quick-Firing Gun, Canet's, 613
  • Mouthpiece for Retort(Tysoe and Mitchell's), 225
  • Munro's Tubular Boiler, 625. See LETTERS
  • Murray, Mr. Thomas E.,•on Steel Flywheels, 190
  • Museum, A National Railway, 535, 564, 618, 682, 13, 745
  • Musical Tubes, 787
  • National Physical Laboratory, 552
  • Naval Architects, Institution 01:
  • The Maritime Position and the Principal Features of the Port of Hamburg, by Herr Frain Andreas Meyer, 28
  • The Classification and Relative Power of Warships, by Dr. Francis Elgar, 30
  • On Signs of Weakness in Tank Steamers, by Herr Otto Sehlick, 32
  • Uses of Electricity on Board Ships, by Herr F. Einkenradt, 60
  • Naval Architects and Marine Engineers.
  • American Society of :
  • New York Meeting, 728
  • Test of an Experimental Turret of the United States Battleship " Massachusetts," by Commodore W. T. Sampson, 728, 763
  • Steel Canal Boats, by Mr. Lewis Nixon, 728
  • Naval Practice in Ships' Rivets and Riveting, by Mr. J. H. Linnard, 728
  • American Fireboats, by Mr. H. de B. Parsons, 29
  • American Corn Pith Cellulose, by Mr. II. W. S. Cramp, 729
  • The New Battleships, by Chief Constructor Philip Hichborn, 762
  • Tests with an Experimental Turret for the United States Battleship " Massachusetts," by Commodore W. T. Sampson, 728, 763
  • Speed Trials of a Screw Propelled Ferryboat, by Mr. F. L. du Bosque, 797 25-Ton Hydraulic Sheerlegs, by Mr. Frank B. King, 800
  • A Method of Calculating the Stability of Ships, Adapted to the Use of Standard Curves of Stability, by Naval Architect Hugo Hammar, 00
  • Stability of a Ship in Damaged Condition, by James Swan, of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 800
  • Damaged Condition as Affecting the Stability and Fighting Efficiency of Battleships, by Assistant Naval Constructor T. F. Ruhm, of the United States Navy, 800
  • Screw Propellers, by Professor George L. McDermott, 800
  • Naval College, Frenph, 649
  • Naval Construction Company's Works at Barrow :
  • Boiler Works, 362
  • Docks, 364
  • Electrolytic Process, 269
  • Engine Fitters' Shop in the Yard, 269
  • Engine Works, 301, 361
  • Flanging Machine, Hydraulic, 201
  • Floating Dock, 364
  • Foundry, 302
  • Galvanising, 269
  • Model Experiments, 165
  • Planers, Plate, 204
  • Plate Machine Shed, 204
  • Production, &c., 1871-96, 163
  • Punching Machines, 204
  • Rolls, Plate, 204 Shipbuilding Yard, 164
  • Naval Guns, Canet, 801. See also 668, 696, 726, 66
  • Naval Manoeuvres, French, 330, 386, 406, 501. See LETTERS
  • Naval Pocket-Book, 446
  • Navigation and River Pollution, 136. See S6, 211
  • Navigation of the Upper Loire, 405
  • Navy, Japanese, 402
  • Navy Programme, Dutch, 742
  • Negative Resistance, Properties of a Body having a, 28
  • Neigh Bridge, 172
  • Neuchatel, Light and Power Station, at Crises, 73
  • New Brighton Great Wheel, 711
  • New South Wales and Foreign Competition, 246
  • New South Wales Mineral Wealth, 503
  • New South Wales Railway Goods Locomotive (Beyer, Peacock, and Co.), 580
  • New South Wales Railways, 432
  • New York Conduit (General Electric Company's), 97
  • New York Electrical Show, 69
  • New Zealand Timber, 180
  • Nicholson's Locking Apparatus for Block Signals, 67
  • Niclausse Boilers of the " Friant," 23
  • Nippon Yusen Kwaisha, 289
  • Nitrate of Soda Deposits, Chilian, 543, 633, 667. See LETTER, 624
  • Nitrates, 592
  • Nitric Acid for Chlorine Manufacture, 592
  • Nitrogen in Steel, Fixed, 335, 380
  • North-Eastern Express Locomotives, 23, 57
  • North German Lloyd Steamers (Schichau), 735
  • Norway, Bergen Railway, 89
  • Norwich and London New Railway, 315
  • Notes from Cleveland and the Northern Counties, 13, 45, 79, 112, 153, 173, 208, 242, 277, 316, 39, 368, 399, 42:t, 459, 494, 526, 555, 584, 615, 44, 672, 705, 736, 770, 804
  • Notes of Experience, 431
  • Notes, Foreign and Colonial, 175, 317
  • Notes from the North, 14, 48, 80, 112, 154, 174, 08, 242, 276, 317, 338, 368, 396, 428, 460, 494, 26, 556, 584, 614, 644, 672, 704, 736, 770, 804
  • Notes from South Yorkshire, 13, 48, 80, 112, 153, 73, 208, 242, 277, 316, 338, 369, 398, 427, 459, 94, 526, 556, 582, 614, 643, 672, 704, 736, 770, 03
  • Notes from the South-West, 14, 48, 81, 113, 154, 74, 208, 243, 277, 316, 339, 369, 398, 428, 461, 95, 527, 557, 585, 615, 645, 673, 714, 736, 770, 04
  • Notes from the United States, 13, 56, 77, 122, 44, 184, 217, 251, 316, 345, 375, 396, 427, 459, 03, 526, 555, 582, 614, 643, 671, 711, 735, 778
  • November Weather, 742
  • Nulton, Ass. Engineer Louis M., on Temperature Entropy Diagrams, 225. See LETTER, 76
  • Nozzle, Granger's Jet, 722
  • Oaklade Bridge, 171

Obituary :

  • Occupation Bridge, Somerford Keynes, 171
  • Occupation Bridge, Thames Head Pumping Station, 229
  • October Weather, 652
  • Oerlikon Works, 304
  • "Ohio," Engines of the S.S., 681
  • "Ohio's" Belleville Boilers, 640. See lama
  • Oil. See also Petroleum
  • Oil-Burning Locomotive for Liverpool Docks, 251
  • Oil Engines. See Engines and Motors
  • Oil Fuel, 680
  • Oil Fuel in German Ships, 284
  • Oil Fuel for Warships, 285
  • Oil and Gas Engine, Design for, 218
  • Oil Motor Cycles, De Dion and Bouton, 201, 233
  • Oil Motor Tricycle, Bolide, 576
  • Oil, Non-Mineral, 109
  • Oil Supply, World's, 560
  • Oil Tank Steamers, Weakness, 32
  • Old Age, Mechanics', 245. See LErnos
  • Old Man's Bridge, 41
  • Open Conduit Tramway System, 137, 197
  • Open Conduits for Tramways. See Electric Traction
  • Orbits, Periodic, 549
  • Orconera Mines, 365
  • Ordnance. See Guns
  • Ore, Roasting Iron, 335, 475
  • Ore Treatment, Silver, 1S9
  • Ores, Spanish Iron, 335. See also 364, 365
  • Ores, Sulphur in Iron, 365
  • Origin of Wire Gauge, 624
  • Overhead Railway, Liverpool, 422, 473, 811
  • Oxygen Absorbed by Pyrogallol, 611
  • Pacific Cable, 53
  • Packing Lamp Black, 714
  • Paddle Engines. See Engines
  • Paints, Inflammable, 213
  • Paper-Cutting Guillotine, Hydraulic, 62
  • Paper Mill, Kier Explosion, 640
  • Paraffin, Cement to Resist, 425, 682
  • Paris Exhibition, 1900, 51, 148, 530
  • Paris Express Service, 23
  • Paris and Lyons Railway Company and Passengers' luggage, 55
  • Paris, Rue Tolbiac Bridge, 206, 267
  • Paris Theatrical Exhibition, 89
  • Parker's Bridge, near Kemble, 229
  • Parliamentary Schemes, 676, 709, 725
  • Passengers' Luggage, Railway, 55
  • Pasteur and Koch's Work in Physics, 394
  • Patent Case, A Provincial, 217
  • Patent Record, 33, 63, 97, 131, 159, 191, 227,-259, 95, 323, 353, 383, 413, 443, 419, 511, 541, 571, 99, 629, 659, 689, 723, 753, 791, 821
  • Pelton Water-Wheel and Power, 145, 319
  • Pender Memorial, 620
  • Permanent Way, 218, 274, 535, 564, 565, 622
  • Peru Coffee Growing, 246
  • Petroleum Engines. See En3ines and Motors
  • Petroleum and its Products, 636, 759
  • Petroleum as a Steam Generator, 680
  • Phonograph, 446
  • Photo-Electric Sensitisation of Salts by Cathode Rays, 519
  • Photographic Shutter, Efficiency, 718
  • Photographic Surveying, Camera for, 155
  • Photographs of Flash of Explosions, 592
  • Photography, Meteorological, 552
  • Photometric Units, 216, 248
  • Physical Laboratory, National, 552
  • Physical Society :
  • Admittance and Impedance, by Mr. F. Bedell, 8
  • The Properties of a Body having a Negative
  • Resistance, by Professor S. P. Thompson, 28
  • Rules and Subscriptions, 598
  • Satisfactory Method of Measuring Electrolytic Conductivity by Means of Continuous Currents, by Professor W. Stroud and Mr. J. B. Henderson, 598
  • Some Experiments with Rontg,en's Radiation, by Professor Threlfall and Mr. Pollock, 656
  • Absorption of Electrical Waves along Wires by a Terminal Bridge, by Mr. Bryan and Dr. Barton, 657
  • Diagrams of the Efficiency of the Photographic Shutter, by Captain Abney, 718
  • Applications of Physics and Mathematics to Seismology, by Dr. C. Chree, 786
  • Musical Tubes, by Mr. R. T. Rudd, 786
  • Piftin Rotary Pump (Morris and Bastert), 784
  • Pig Iron, Sand on, 364, 411
  • Pig Iron, Tests of, 125
  • Pins, Bridge, 55
  • Pipe Connections to Indicators, 65
  • Pipe Inspection in Japan, 56, 281
  • Pipe Scandal in Japan, Water, 281
  • Planets, 549
  • Planimeter, Goodman's Hatchet, 255. See LErrERs
  • Planimeter, Hatchet, 308, 425. See also Prytz Planimeter
  • Planimeter, Improved Stang, 205
  • Planimeters, 347, 377, 425
  • Planing Machine, 204
  • Planing Machine, Vertical and Horizontal (Shanks, Johnstone), 336
  • Plank Bridge near Somerford Mill, 171
  • Pneumatic Power in Workshops, 777
  • Pneumatic Pressure, Tunnelling under, 561, 573
  • Pneumatic Tyre, 217, 679
  • Pneumatic Tyre, Akroyd Cellular, 90
  • Poison from Trades, 213
  • Pollution of the River Trent, 653
  • Pollution, Rivers, West Riding, 86, 134, 211
  • Porcelain and Glass and Röntgen Rays, 491
  • "Porcupine," H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Palmers), 108, 142
  • Port Directory, 777
  • Port of Hamburg, 28
  • Port of Liverpool, 395
  • Portable Oil Engines, 3-Horse-Power (Fielding and Platt), 173
  • Portland Cement, Heat Resisting Properties, 37
  • Portland Cement, Pure, 650
  • Potstone, Artificial, 183
  • Power and Light Electric Station, Hamburg, 41, 6, 108
  • Power, Manufacture of, 147
  • Power for Electrically Driven Tools, 502
  • Power Station, Glasgow Subway, 610, 681, 97
  • Power Stations in Switzerland. See Electrician4 at Geneva
  • Power Transmission by Alternating Currents, 95, 28
  • Power Transmission, Long Distant*, 249
  • "Powerful," H.M. Cruiser (Naval Construction Company), 403, 433, 469, 499, 532, 535, 553, 691. See LzTrzas
  • Pownall, Mr. C. A. W., on Construction in Earthquake Countries, 385. See also 1, 73, 61, 200, 481
  • "Practical Engineer " Pocket-Book, 777
  • Practice with Science, 687
  • Pr 13 ess, Hay and Straw Baling (Howard, Bedford),
  • Press, 1200-Ton Hydraulic Wheel Bossing and Forging (Fielding and Platt), 273
  • Pressure Balance Gas Exhauster (Gwynne), 287
  • Preston Accident, Curves and the, 535
  • Preston, Fatal Derailment at, 508. See 'Arms
  • Prevention of Fire on Shipboard, 470, 504, 635, 93
  • Printing, Colour, 455
  • Profession of Engineering, 588
  • Propelling Bicycle, Work Expended in, 55
  • Properties of a Body having a Negative Resistance, 28
  • Protean Gear for Cycles, 714
  • Protection, Mississippi River Bank, 89
  • Prytz Planimeter, 347. See also Good man's Hatchet Planimeter and Planimeter
  • Pump, Centrifugal, and Electric Motor (Scott and Mountain), 553
  • Pump Cylinders, Strength of, 65
  • Pump, Edwards' Air, 221, 276, 309, 348, 377, 407, 70, 593
  • Pump, Pit tin Rotary (Morris and Basted), 784
  • Pumps, Feed, Electrically Driven (E. Scott and Mountain), 524
  • Pumping Engine, Duplex (Bever and Dorling), 555
  • Pumping Engine, Triple-Expansion (Nordberg Company, Milwaukee), 766, 815
  • Pumping Plant, St. Louis Water Works, 186
  • Punching Machine, 204
  • Purification of Water, Bacterial, 669
  • Pyrogallol, Absorption of Oxygen by, 611
  • Quick-Acting Brake, Westinghouse. See Brakes, Continnow
  • Quick-Firing Field Guns, Canet, 668, 696, 726, 66, 801
  • Quick-Firing Gun, Canet's Duplex Mounting, 618
  • Quick-Firing Gun Cartridge, Accident to, 563
  • Race to the South, 23
  • Radcot Bridge, 41
  • Radial Cursor for Slide Rules (Lanchester), 172
  • Radiation, Solar, 551
  • Ragman's Lane Bridge, 108
  • Rail Joints with Large Bearing Surfaces, 622
  • Rails, Fracture of Steel, 395
  • Rails (Permanent Way), 218, 274, 535, 564, 565, 622
  • Railway Accidents. See Accidents
  • Railway Accidents and Continuous Brakes, 144, 52, 377
  • Railway Accidents in 1895, 808
  • Railway Association, German, 117
  • Railway, Barsi Light, 560, 612
  • Railway, Bergen, Norway, 89
  • Railway, Berlin and its, 797
  • Railway Bridges. See Bridges
  • Railway, Brighton and Rottingdean Electric, 711
  • Railway Carriages, Dutch 492
  • Railway Carriages, Wide, 57
  • Railway, Congo, 592
  • Railway Construction in United Kingdom, 215 13, 676, 709, 725
  • Railway Diary, 777
  • Railway, Electric, Clontarf, 581
  • Railway Finance, British, 497. See also 529
  • Railway, Gellivara-Ofoten, 285
  • Railway, Glasgow Central, Underground Stations, 343, 355. See 410
  • Railway, Light, at Eaton Hall, 642. See Erratum, 73
  • Railway, Liverpool Overhead, 422, 473, 811
  • Railway, Long Distance, Runs, 57
  • Railway Locomotive, Light (Kitson, Leeds), 612
  • Railway Museum, A National, 535, 564, 618, 682, 13, 745
  • Railway Passengers' Luggage, 55
  • Railway Property, India, 810
  • Railway Rolling Stock, East Coast, 20. See Letters, Railway Carriages
  • Railway Schemes in Parliament, 676, 709, 725
  • Railway Service to Scotland, 710, 745, 780
  • Railway Signal Locking Apparatus, Nicholson's, 67
  • Railway Signalling at Liverpool-Street, 697
  • Railway Signals Worked by Hydraulic Gear, 355
  • Railway Trailable Facing Point Lock and Detector (Saxby and Farmer), 424
  • Railway Trains and Speeds, 23, 52, 710, 745
  • Railways. See also Electric Traction
  • Railways, Berlin, 445
  • Railways, Indian, 403
  • Railways, Japanese, 373
  • Raliways, Metre-Gauge, 682
  • Railways, New South Wales, 432
  • Railways, Scotch, 408
  • Railways in South Africa, 597
  • Railways near Tokio, 342
  • Railways, Transport of Normal-Gauge Wagons on Narrow Gauge, 537
  • Railways, U.S., 529
  • Rain Experiments, 533
  • Rams in Action (British Cruisers), 708
  • Ramsden, Sir James, 534
  • Rance, C. E. de, on Hydro-Geology and Hygiene, 23, 257
  • Range-Finder, Barr and Stroud, Fortress, 701
  • Rathausen Hydro-Electrio Plant, 304
  • Ratio of Labour to Total Cost, of Ships, 163
  • Raworth High-Speed Engine (Brush Company), 37
  • Ray, Cathode, Spectrum, 563
  • Rays, ROntgen, &c., 487, 490, 491
  • Records of Experience, 431
  • Reed's Water-Tube Boiler, 108, 143
  • Refrigerating Machine, Kilbourn's, 471
  • Refraction on the Diurnal Star Movement, Effect of, 549
  • Refuse Destructor at Leyton (Beaman and Deas), 71
  • Regularisation of the Danube, 435
  • Removal of Manhole Covers under Steam Pressure, 118. See LETTER, 252
  • Reorganisation of the French Marine, 312
  • Reostene, a New Resistance Metal, 523
  • Reservoir Construction in Earthquake Countries, 01. See 1, 73, 161, 385
  • Resistance of Alloys to Wear, 652
  • Resistance-Box, Self-Testing, 695
  • Retarders in Boiler Tubes, 140
  • Retort Beds, Tunnelled, 90
  • Retort Mouthpiece, Tysoe and Mitchell's, 225
  • Revenue Steamer for Brazil (Yarrow), 626
  • Revolution Indicator for Engines (Little's), 722
  • River Bank Protection, Mississippi, 89
  • River Pollution, West Riding, 86, 34, 211
  • River St. Lawrence, Discharge of the, 711
  • River Steamboats for United States Rivers, 140
  • River Weser, Correction of the, 284
  • Rivers, Compensation in, 17, 86, 134, 211
  • Riveter, Hydraulic, 424
  • Riveting, Ships',729
  • Riveting Warships, 728
  • Road Bridge and Great Western Railway Viaduct, 29
  • Road Carriage, Thornycroft's Steam, 47. See 111
  • Road Motor Carriages. See Cars, Motor Roasting Iron Ore, 335, 475
  • Robinson's Shaft Governor, 458
  • Rock Excavation at the Danube, 435
  • Roechling, Mr. H. Alfred, on Bacteria and their
  • Importance in Nature, 539, 627
  • Rolling Stock, East Coast, 20. See LivrrEks,
  • Railway Carriages
  • Rolls, Plate, 204
  • Röntgen and Cathode Rays, Theory of, 487
  • Röntgen and Lenard Rays, 490, 491
  • Röntgen Rays, Edison and (New York Show), 69
  • Röntgen Rays, Electrical Conduction through Gases Exposed to, 490
  • Röntgen Rays, Metals and their Salts, 612
  • Röntgen Rays and Porcelain and Glass, 491
  • Röntgen Rays and Sensitised Papers, 491
  • Riintgen's Radiation, 656
  • Roof of Boiler House, Glasgow Cable Station, 631
  • Roof of Power-House, Glasgow Subway, 697
  • Rope Driving, 167, 426
  • Rosins, Excrescent, 611
  • Rotary Pump, Pif tin (Morris and Bastert), 784
  • Rottingdean and Brighton Sea Railway, 711
  • Rouen Exhibition, 372
  • Royal v. Civil Engineers. See 57, 251, 348, 375, 25
  • Royal Engineer Civil Staff, Examination, 348. See Royal v. Civil Engineers .
  • Rue Tolhiac Bridge, Paris, 206, 267
  • Russian Volunteer Fleet, 665, 668, 730, 800
  • Russian Volunteer Steamer " Kherson," 665, 668, 30, 800
  • Rysimeter, The Fletcher, 504
  • Sachs, Mr. Edwin 0. See Theatre Stages
  • Safety Fuses for Telegraph and Telephone Wires, 37
  • Safety in Ships, 420. See LETTER, 470
  • Safety Valve for Domestic Boilers, 185
  • Sailing Routes on Charts, 552
  • St. John's Bridge, Lechlade, 41
  • St. Lawrence, Discharge of the, 711
  • St. Louis City, 39
  • St. Louis, Tornado at, 10
  • St. Louis Water Works, 186
  • "Salmon," Engines of Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Earle), 524
  • Salvage of Wrecks, 456
  • Sand on Pig Iron, 364, 411
  • Sand Pump Dredger for Mississippi (Maryland Steel Company), 79
  • Santander Iron Ore Industries, 334. See also 64, 365
  • "Santa Fe," Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Yarrow), 22
  • Sawing and Ending-up Machine, Combined Flush Side Cold (J. Hill and Son), 467
  • Scandal in Japan, Water Pipe, 281
  • Schlick, Herr Otto, on Weakness in Oil Tank Steamers, 32
  • Science Teaching, 636
  • Scotch Railway Train, Speeds, 710, 745, 780
  • Scotch Railways, 408, 676
  • Scott, Mr. Ernest Kilburn, on Improved Stang Planimeter, 205
  • Screening Coal, 743
  • Screw Engines. See Engines
  • Screw Ferryboats, 797
  • Screw Gauges, 420, 509
  • Screwing, Grinding, and Milling Machines, 21
  • Scutching Machinery, Flax, 151, 320
  • Sea Walls in Earthquake Countries, 2)1. See , 73, 161, 386
  • Sea Waves in Japan, The Great, 177. See LETTER, 218
  • Seismological Observations, 551
  • Seismology, Application of Mathematics and Physics to. 786
  • Sensitised Paper and X Rays, 491
  • Sensitisation of Salts by Cathode Rays, PhotoElectric, 519
  • September Weather, 467
  • Septic Tank, Mr. Donald Cameron and the, 406
  • Sewage Schemes in Parliament, 725
  • Sewage Septic Tank, 406
  • Sewage Treatment at Exeter, 256, 406
  • Shaft Governors (Robinson and Auden), 458
  • Shafts, Microscopic Internal Flaws in Steel, 35, 8, 118
  • Shanks, Johnstone, Vertical and Horizontal Planing Machine, 336
  • Shearing Machine (Schulz and Goebel, Vienna), 73
  • Shears, Hot Bloom Guillotine, at Mossend Works (Grant, Ritchie, and Co., Kilmarnock), 123
  • Sheerlegs, 125-Ton, 800
  • Ship Route Lights, Atlantic, 604, 635, 624
  • Shipboard, Prevention of Fire on, 470, 504, 636, 93 ,
  • Shipbuilding. See Naval Construction at Barrow
  • Shipbuilding, Migration of, 374. See also 401
  • Shipbuilding Returns, Lloyd's, 19
  • Shipbuilding and Shipping- Boom, 592
  • Shipbuilding Trade (Lloyd's Returns), 437
  • Ship Building in 1896, War-, 758, 811
  • Shipping, British and Foreign (Manning), 19
  • Shipping Coal, Machinery, Cleveland, Ohio, 241
  • Shipping Directory, 777
  • Shipping Competition in the East and West, 463
  • Shipping of Hamburg, 28
  • Shipping, Japanese, 121, 289
  • Shipping Losses, 281
  • Shipping Subsidies, Foreign, 619
  • Shipping, United States, 120
  • Ships, Electricity on, 60, 702
  • Ship's Helm Indicator and Telegraph, Fiske's, 02
  • Ships' Riveting, 728
  • Ships, Safety in, 420. See LETTER, 470
  • Shipwreck Raising, 456
  • Shipyard Tools. See Naval Construction Company's Works
  • Shutter, Efficiency of Photographic, 718
  • Siemens Conduit at Budapest, 137
  • Signal, Trailable Facing Point Look and Detector (Saxby and Farmer), 421
  • Signals, Locking Apparatus (Nicholson's), 367
  • Signals Worked by Hydraulic Gear, 355
  • Signalling Arrangements at Liverpool - Street Station, 697
  • Sihl, Electricity Works on the, 305
  • Silver Mines, Broken Hill, 189
  • Slide Rule, 348
  • Slide Rules, Radial Cursor (Lanchester), 172
  • Slide Rules for Special Calculations, 655, 681
  • Slot-Drilling Machine, Harrison's, 59
  • Smith, Mr. George, on Broken Hill Consols Mines, 89
  • Smithfield Club Show, 740
  • Smith's Conduit System at Blackpool, 137
  • Smoke Abatement, 178, 252. See LETTERS
  • "Snapper," Engines of Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Earle), 524
  • Snelus, Mr. George J., on Walrand -Legenisel Process, 442. See 335
  • Snowdon Mountain Tramroad, 345
  • Society of Arts: Mining at Great Depths, by Mr. Bennett H. Brough, 777
  • Solar Radiation, 551
  • Solid-Drawn Boiler Tubes, 745, 780
  • South Africa, 424
  • South Africa, Notes from, 597
  • South-Eastern Railway Accident, 820
  • Southgate Company, 10-Ton Locomotive Steam Crane, 337
  • Spanish Iron Industry, 334. See also 364, 365
  • Spanish Iron Ore, 335. See also 364, 365
  • Spanish Manganese Ore Deposits, 335
  • "Spartiate," H.M.S., 468
  • Spectroscopic Measurement of the Velocity of Planets, 549
  • Speed Control in Modern Steamers, 377
  • Speed and Displacement in Racing Yachts, 375, 07
  • Speeds of Railway Trains, 23, 52, 710, 745
  • "Speedy," Steam Yacht (Ramage and Ferguson, Leith), 241
  • Sprague's Electric Elevator, 69
  • Spring Tables, 140
  • Spring, Mr. F. J. E., on Kistna Bridge, East Coast Railway, 7, 101
  • Stang Planimeter, Improved, 205, 347, 377, 425
  • Stanley Cycle Show, 679. See LErrzfts, Protean Gear
  • Stars, Movements of, 549
  • Station Fittings, Electric, 11
  • Station Signalling Arrangements, Liverpool Street, 697
  • Stationary Steam Engines, 713
  • Stations, Underground, Glasgow Central Railway, 33, 355. See 410
  • Statistics of Warship Building in 1896, 758
  • Steam Boiler Efficiency, 40
  • Steam Boiler Legislation, 773, 784. See LETTER, 13
  • Steam Crane, 2-Ton Locomotive (Bedford Company), 108
  • Steam Motor Carriages, De Dion and Bouton, 01, 233
  • Steam Road Carriage, Thornycroft's, 47. See 11
  • Steam Stop Valve, Quick-Acting, 471
  • Steam, Superheated, 222
  • Steam Turbine Alternator (Parsons), 625
  • Steam Yacht "Speedy " (Ramage and Ferguson, Leith), 241
  • Steamboats for Western Rivers in United States, 40
  • Steamer " Dunvegan Castle " (Fairfield Company), 253. 'See LETTER, 276
  • Steamer Engines, Unusual Corrosion in, 157, 166
  • Steamer " Kherson," Russian Volunteer Fleet (Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co.), 665, 668, 730, 800
  • Steamer " Trunkby" (Ropner), 706
  • Steamer, Twin-Screw Revenue, for Brazil (Yarrow), 526
  • Steamers, Atlantic Mail, 418, 425. See LETTERS
  • Steamers, Electricity on, 60, 702
  • Steamers, Ferryboats, 797
  • Steamers, North German Lloyd (Schichau), 735
  • Steamers, Safety in, 420. See LETTER, 470
  • Steamers, Speed Control in Modern, 377
  • Steamers, Weakness in Oil Tank, 32
  • Steamship Company, New Japanese, 121
  • Steel, Bessemer Process, History, 222, 749
  • Steel Flywheels, 190
  • Steel Forgings, Hollow, 40
  • Steel Guillotine Shears at Mossend Works (Grant, Ritchie, and Co., Kilmarnock), 123
  • Steel, Hard, 681, 713, 745, 779, 812
  • Steel, Microscopic Internal Flaws in, 36, 68, 118
  • Steel, Nitrogen in, 335, 280
  • Steel Rails, Fracture of, 395
  • Steelmaking, Bessemer Process, 222, 749
  • Steelmaking by Walrand-Legenisel Process, 335, 42
  • Steering Telegraph, Fiske's Helm Indicator and,
  • Stelfox, Mr. James, on Belfast Gas Works, 170, 93
  • Stellar Systems, Evolution of, 549
  • Stern-Wheel Steamers in United States Rivers, 40
  • Stiffening Girders, Suspension Bridges, 196, 234. See .ErratuM, 286
  • Still, Logwood, Explosion of a, 785
  • Stockholm Exhibition, 778
  • Stokers, Mechanical, 140
  • Stone, Artificial, 183
  • Storage Batteries as Applied to Traction Purposes, 485, 544
  • Stoves in Foundries, 297
  • Straits Settlements, Timbers in the, 290
  • Straw, Carbohydrates of Barley, 611
  • Straw and Hay Baling Press (Howard, Bedford) 3
  • Stream Flow in Open Channels, 618, 632
  • Street Lighting by Electricity, 452
  • Strength of Cast Iron, 40
  • Strength of Marine Boilers, 746
  • Strength of Thin Cylinders, 77, 109
  • Strength of Timber, 311
  • Stress on Timber, 311
  • Stresses, Structures and, 631
  • Stresses, Suspension Bridges, 196, 234. See Erratum, 286
  • Strike of Fitters and Turners at Hull, 469
  • Strike at Gwynne's Works, 535
  • Strike against Non-Union Men, 285, 345
  • Stroh, A., on Gauges for Verifying Screws, 509
  • Stroud and Barr Fortress Range-Finder, 701
  • Structural Iron at High Temperature, Tests, 374
  • Structures and Stresses, 681
  • Structures, Theory of Modern Frame, 22
  • Submarine Cables, Electrical Disturbances in, 22
  • Submarine Telegraph Enterprise, 183
  • Submarine Telegraph Memorial, 620
  • Subsidised Exhibitors, 51
  • Subsidies, Foreign Shipping, 619
  • Subway, Glasgow, 573, 610, 631. See also cable Traction, 573
  • Sulphur in Iron Ores, 365
  • Summer Train Services, 52, 710, 745
  • Sun Prints. See Blue Prints
  • Superheated Steam, 222
  • Supply of Manganese, 502
  • Supply, Water,116
  • Surface Contact System for Tramways, 264
  • Surveying Camera, Bridges-Lee (Hicks, London), 55
  • Surveying Chains, Temperature Adjustment, 287
  • Suspension Bridges, 196, 234, 652. See Erratum, 86
  • Suspension Bridges, Large-Span Railway, 744
  • Sutherland, Mr. James, on Larne Alumina Factory, 170, 291
  • Swiss Electric Works. See Electricians at Geneva
  • Switch, Two-Way Tumbler, 251
  • Sweden, Mining in, 653
  • "Swordfish," H.M. Torpedo - Boat Destroyer (Armstrong), 122
  • Table, Laughlin-Hough Drawing Office, 185
  • Table Mountain Wire Ropeway, 305
  • Tank Steamers, Weakness in, 32
  • Tank, Water, Glasgow Cable Station, 631
  • Technical College. See also Laboratory
  • Technical Education, 341, 405, 470, 587, 623, 682, 45, 813
  • Technical Education in Japan, 84
  • Technical Laboratory, Yorkshire College, 262, 27, 390, 449
  • Telegraph, Submarine, Memorial, 620
  • Telegraph Wire Safety Fuse, 437
  • Telegraphy, Australasian, 53
  • Telegraphy without Wires, 593
  • Telephone Disturbances due to Strong Electric Currents, 215
  • Telephone Trunk Lines in Great Britain, 657, 85
  • Telephone Wire Safety Fuse, 437
  • Telephones in Japan,405
  • Temperature Adjustment for Surveying Chains,
  • Temperature Entropy Diagrams, 225
  • Temperature Research, Low, 612
  • Test of Turret for U.S. Battleship "Massachusetts," 762
  • Testing Machine, Buokton, at Yorkshire College, Leeds, 262, 327 390, 449
  • Tests of Hose Pipes, 504
  • Tests of Pig Iron, 125
  • Tests of Structural Iron at High Temperatures. 74
  • Tests of Turbo-Alternator (Parsons), 625
  • Thames Bridges : Ashton Keynes Bridges, 171
  • Bourne End Bridge, 336
  • Bridge under the Fosseway at Thames Head, 29
  • Castle Eaton Bridge, 44
  • Cricklade Bridge, 105
  • Cricklade Plank Bridge, 105
  • Eaton Weir and Footbridge, 41
  • Eight-Acre Copse Bridge, 171
  • Eisey Bridge, 105
  • Ewen Bridge, 172
  • Hannington Bridge, 41
  • Inglesham Bridge, 41
  • Lechlade Bridge, 41
  • Manor House Bridge,Ashton Keynes, 171
  • Midland and South-Western Junction Viaduct, 08
  • Neigh Bridge, 172
  • Oaklade Bridge, 171
  • Occupation Bridge, Somerford Keynes, 171
  • Occupation Bridge, Thames Head Pumping
  • Station, 229
  • Old Man's Bridge, 41
  • Parker's Bridge, near Kemble, 229
  • Plank Bridge near Somerford Mill, 171
  • Radeot Bridge, 41
  • Ragman's Lane Bridge, 108
  • Road Bridge and Great Western Railway Viaduct, 229
  • St. John's Bridge, Lechlade, 41
  • Water Eaton Bridge, 105
  • Waterhay Bridge, 108
  • Wilts and Berks Canal Aqueducts, 105
  • Theatre Stages, Modern :
  • Amsterdam Theatre, 325
  • "Asphaleia" Stages, 387, 513, 601, 604
  • Brown's Hydraulic Mechanism for Edinburgh Theatre, 793
  • Budapest " Asplialeia" Stage, 601, 604
  • Chidago Auditorium, " Asphaleia " Stage, 601
  • D'Oyly Carte's English Opera House, 3, 4, 5, 6
  • English Opera House, 3, 4, 5, 6
  • Evian Theatre, 193
  • Theatre stages, Modern-continued.
  • Halle Stage (Germany), 513
  • Hof burg " Theatre, Vienna, 661, 755, 793
  • Hydraulic Mechanism (Brown), 793
  • Iron Stages, 325, 387, 613, 601, 604
  • Iron and Wood Stages, Sinai!, 133, 193, 230
  • Monte Carlo Theatre, 196
  • Palace of Varieties, London, '3, 4, 5, 6 'lanat's French Type, 193
  • Rheims Theatre, 66
  • Salzburg Theatres 133
  • Schwerin Theatre, 230
  • Tilsit Theatre, 133
  • Vienna, " Ilof burg " Theatre, 661, 755, 793
  • Theatrical Exhibition in Paris, 89
  • Thermal Conductivity of Sheet Copper, 564, 624
  • Thermal Units, 548, 623. See LETTERS
  • Thermometry, Researches in Absolute Mercurial, 49
  • Thermophone, Wiborgh's, 316
  • Thorenberg Hydro-Electric Plant, 304
  • Thornycroft's steam Road Carriage, 47. See 111
  • Tides, Wind and Atmospheric Pressure, Effects on, 417
  • Timber, New Zealand, 180
  • Timber Structures, 311
  • Timbers in the Straits Settlements, 290
  • Tipping Coal, 743
  • Tipping Coal, Machinery, Cleveland, Ohio, 241
  • "Titan " Mississippi River Towboat, 140
  • Tokio Railways, 342
  • Tolbiac, Rue, Bridge, Paris, 206, 267
  • Tools Driven by Pneumatic Power, 777
  • Tools, Electrically Driven, 502
  • Tools, Machine, for Cycle Making, 704, 733, 781
  • Tools,United States Machine, 774
  • Top pinning, Algebraical Gyrostat Curves, 92
  • Tornado at St. Louis, 10
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers. See Warships
  • Torpedo-Boats. See Warships
  • Torpedo Defence of Battleships, 565
  • Tower Bridge, 418, 621
  • Traction. See Electric Traction
  • Traction, Cable. See Cable Traction, 573, 610
  • Traction, Cost of Various Systems, 474
  • Traction Engines, 506, 740
  • Traction Engines and Locomotives, Oil (Hornsby), 06
  • Trade in China, 531, 562, 617
  • Trade in India, 403
  • Trade of Japan, Recent, 707, 807
  • Trade, Migration of, 374, 401, 425, 469, 503
  • Trade Unions and Demarcation of Work, 115, 17
  • Trades, Dangerous, 213
  • Trades Union Congress, 371
  • Trailable Facing Point Lock and Detector (Saxby and Farmer), 424
  • Train Resistance, 682
  • Train Services, Summer, 52, 700, 745
  • Train in the World, Fastest, 710. See LETTERS,
  • Railway Service to Scotland
  • Train Speeds, 23, 710, 745, 780
  • Training of Apprentices (French), 85
  • Tramcar Truck, Electric, 379
  • Tramway, Bristol Electric, 553, 739
  • Tramway, Clontarf Electric, 581
  • Tramway Results, Glasgow Corporation, 23
  • Tramway Schemes in Parliament, 725
  • Tramways. See Electric Traction
  • Tramways, Berlin, 445
  • Tramways, Hamburg, Electric, 44, 76, 108
  • Tramways, London, 741
  • Tramways in Switzerland. See Electricians at Geneva
  • Transatlantic Steaming, 23
  • Transmission, 788
  • Transmission of Heat through Metal Cylinders, 90, 788
  • Transmission of Power by Alternate Currents, 95, 28
  • Transmission of Power, Long Distance, 249
  • Transport of Normal Gauge Wagons on NarrowGauge Linos, 537
  • Traverse Tables, Boileau's, 713
  • Treatment of Sewage at Exeter, 266
  • Trent, Pollution of the River, 653
  • Trials of 'H.M.S. " Powerful," 403, 433, 469, 499, 32, 535, 5531.691. See LErrERs
  • Trials of Triple-Expansion Pumping Engines, 816
  • Tricycles. See Cycles
  • Triple-Expansion. See Engine
  • Truck for Electric Tramcar, 379
  • Trunk Line System in Great Britain, Telephone, 57, 685
  • "Trunkby," Steamer (Ropner), 706
  • Tube Works, Cycle (Coventry), 712
  • Tubes, Boiler, 745, 780
  • Tubes, Boiler, and Retarders, 140
  • Tubes, Musical, 787
  • Tug Steamers in the United States Rivers, 140
  • Tumbler Switch, Two-Way, 251
  • Tunnel, Hudson River, 309, 347
  • Tunnelled Retort Beds, 90
  • Tunnelling by Pneumatic Shield, 561, 573
  • Turbo-Alternator Tests (Parsons), 625
  • Turbo-Electric Generators for Alkali Works (Parsons), 493
  • Turners and Fitters' Strike at Hull, 469
  • Turning Lathes (Niles Tool Works, Ohio), 639
  • Turret for United States Battleship, Tests of, 63
  • Twin-Screw Engines. See Engines
  • Twynam, T., and Harbord, F. W., on Fixed Nitrogen in Steel, 380 See 335
  • Tyre, Akroyd Cellular Pneumatic, 90
  • Tyre, Pneumatic, 217
  • Tyres for Cycles, 679
  • Tysoe and Mitchell's Retort Mouthpiece, 225
  • Underground Cables in the United States, 183
  • Underground Station, Glasgow Central Railway, 43, 355. See 410
  • Uniform Flow in Open Channels, 518, 632. See Erratum, vol. lxiii., page 21
  • United Kingdom Railway Construction, 216, 313
  • United Service Institution. Royal :
  • Automatic Firearms, by Mr. Hiram S. Maxim, 76
  • United States Battleship " Massachusetts," Test of Turret, 763
  • United States Battleships, " Alabama" Class, 62
  • United States, Brewing in the, 181
  • United States Ferryboats, 797
  • United States Fireboats, 729
  • United States Machine Tools, 774
  • United States Railways, 529
  • United States Shipping, 120
  • United States Underground Cables, 183
  • Units, Photometric and Magnetic, 216, 248
  • Units, Thermal, 548, 623
  • Universal High-Speed Engine (Brush Co.), 337
  • Unwholesome Trades, 213
  • Val de Travers Hydro-Electric Installation, 272
  • Valve Gear, Triple-Expansion Pumping Engine (Nordberg Company, Milwaukee), 766, 815
  • Valve, Lewis' Water-Cooled Blast, 364, 505
  • Valve, Quick-Acting Stop, 471
  • Valve Reseating Tool, Brookes', 287
  • Valve, Spherical Balanced, 452, 568
  • Valves, Safety, for Domestic Boilers, 185
  • Velocity of Planets, Spectroscopic Measurement, 49
  • Ventilating Fan, Electrically Driven (Smit, Holland), 458. See LErrns, Fans, &c.
  • Ventilation,Beedham's Air Extractor, 683
  • Venturi Water Meter, 207
  • "Venus," H.M. Cruiser (Fairfield Co), 287, 522
  • Verandah at Boiler House, Glasgow Cable Station, 631
  • Verein Deutscher Eisenbahn - Verwaltungen, 17
  • Vevey Electric Tramway 272
  • Vienna Water Supply, 54
  • Viscaya Iron and Steel Works, 365
  • Wage Relation to Cost of Ships, 163
  • Wagon Transport on Narrow-Gauge Lines, Standard Gauge, 537
  • Waldo, Dr. Leonard, on New York Electrical Show, 69
  • Walrand-Legenisel Process, 335, 442
  • Warship Design, 276
  • Warships :
  • Argentine Armoured Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Yarrow), 122
  • Argentine Cruiser "Garibaldi" (Ansaldo, Italy), 45
  • Argentine Torpedo - Boat Destroyer " Entre Rios " (Yarrow), 424
  • Building in 1896, 758
  • Cellulose for United States Warship Protection, 729
  • Chilian Torpedo - Boat Destroyer " Capitan Orella " (Laird), 492
  • Classification of Warships, 30
  • Electricity on Board Warships, 60
  • French Cruiser " Jaureguiberry " (Forges et
  • Chantiers Company, Havre), 26. See LETTERS
  • French Ships in the Manoeuvres, 330, 386, 501. See LETTERS
  • Greek Ships, (Janet Naval Guns for, 801
  • H.M. Battleships (" Canopus" Class), 152
  • H.M. Destroyer " Swordfish " (Armstrong), 122
  • H.M. New Second-Class Cruisers, 759
  • H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, Model Experiments (Barrow), 165
  • H.M. Torpedo - Boat Destroyer " Swordfish" and the Yarrow Boiler, 122
  • H.M. Torpedo - Boat Destroyers " Janus," "Lightning," and " Porcupine " (Palmers), 08, 142
  • H.M. Torpedo - Boat Destroyers " Salmon " and " Snapper " (Earle), 524
  • H.M.S. " Blake," Boiler Accident in, 464. See LETTERS
  • H.M.S. " Caesar," Whitworth Gun Mount'ng, 67
  • H.M.S. " Diadem" (Fairfield Company), 538
  • H.M.S. " Powerful ' (Naval Construction and Armaments Company, Limited), 403, 433, 99, 532, 553, 691. See LErrEits
  • H.M.S. "Venus" (Fairfield Company), 287
  • H.M.SS. Built in 1896, 758
  • H.M.SS. " Venus " and " Diana " (Engines), Fairfield Company, 552
  • H.M.SS. " Ariadne," " Amphitrite," " Argonaut," " Spartiate " Class (New Cruisers), 68
  • H.M.SS. " Furious," " Gladiator," " Vindictive," and " Arrogant' (Cruisers with Rams), 08
  • Naval Pocket-Book, 446
  • Oil Fuel in German Ships, 284
  • Rains in Action (British Cruisers), 703
  • Riveting Warships, 728
  • Russian Volunteer Steamer " Kherson," 665, 68, 730, 800
  • Turret for United States Battleship, Tests of,, 63
  • United States Battleship, " Alabama " Class, 62
  • Washington Tramway Conduit, Love's, 137
  • Washington Conduit Road (Metropolitan Company), 197
  • Waste of Shipping (Lloyd's Returns), 281
  • Watches and Chronographs, 57
  • Watches, Chronograph (S. Smith and Sons, London), 25. See LETTERS
  • Wattless Currents, 248
  • Water, Bacterial Purification of, 669
  • Water-Cooled Blast Valve, 364, 505
  • Water Eaton Bridge, 105
  • Water Famine, East End, 280, 345
  • Water Flow in Open Channels, 518, 632
  • Water, Heat of, 549
  • Water Meter, Venturi, 207
  • Water Pipe Scandal in Japan, 281
  • Water Power, 145
  • Water Power. See Electricians at Geneva
  • Water Supply, 116
  • Water Supply and Hygiene, 223, 257
  • Water Supply, Leeds, 539
  • Water Supply, London, 619
  • Water Supply of Vienna, 54
  • Water Towers in Earthquake Countries, 201 See 1, 73, 161, 385
  • Water-Tube Boiler Explosions, 23
  • Water-Tube Boiler Feed Apparatus, Yarrow's, 18
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Jones's, 555, 594
  • Water-TuLe Boiler, Reed's, 108, 143
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Belleville, 640, 668
  • Water-Tube Boilers (Belleville) in H.M.S." Powerful," 403. See 433, 499, 532, 553, 691
  • Water - Tube Boilers, Belleville, in S.S. "Kherson," 800
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Belleville, of the "Ohio," 40. See LETTERS
  • Water-Tube Boilers and Demarcation of Work, 15, 217
  • Water-Tube Boilers and Feed Distribution (Yarrow), 153. See Limnos
  • Water-Tube Boiler (Yarrow's) and Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, 122
  • Water-Wheel with Cut-off Regulating Hood, 319
  • Water Works Engineers, British Association of, 10, 116
  • Water Works, Liverpool, 418
  • Water Works, St. Louis, 186
  • Waterhay Bridge, 108
  • Watkin, Col., on Shadow Photographs of Screws, 09
  • Waves in Japan, The Great Sea, 177. See LETTER 18
  • Weakness in Tank Steamers, 32
  • Weather, 53, 180, 314, 467, 652, 742
  • Webb's Oil-Burning Locomotive for Liverpool Docks, 251
  • Wedding, Professor H., on Roasting Iron Ores, 475. See 335
  • Weighing Apparatus, A Novel Form, 218, 348, 377
  • Well Sinking, Kistna Bridge, 101. See 7
  • Weser, Correction of the River, 284
  • West Australian Progress (Aladdin's Lamp), 376
  • West, Mr. Thomas D., on Action of Blast in Cupolas, 156
  • West, Mr. Thomas D., on Tests of Pig Iron, 125
  • West Riding Rivers Pollution, 86, 134, 211
  • Western Australia Harbour Improvements, 415, 82
  • Westinghouse Electric Motor for Car, 219
  • Westinghouse Quick-Acting Brakes. See Brakes, Continuous
  • Westinghouse Railway Generators, 306
  • Wheatstone Bridge, A Direct-Reading, 523
  • Wheel, Another Great, 711
  • Wheel Bossing and Forging Press, Hydraulic 200-Ton (Fielding and Platt), 273
  • Wheel, Water-Power, 145, 319
  • Wheels, Steel Fly-, 190
  • Whitworth Gun Mounting for H.M.S. "Caesar,' 67
  • Wiborgh's Thermophone, 315
  • Willard's Launch Engine, 655
  • "William Stone," United States Sternwheel Tow Steamer, 140
  • Wilts and Berks Canal Aqueducts, 105
  • Wind and Atmospheric Pressure, Effects on Tides, 417
  • Wind Velocities and Beaufort's Scale, 778
  • Winter Climate in Egypt, 778
  • Wire Gauges, The Origin of, 624
  • Wiring for Electric Tramways, 11
  • Wiring, Underground, in United States, 183
  • Wooden Structures, 311
  • Work, Demarcation of, 115, 217
  • Work Expended in Bicycle Propulsion, 55
  • Works :
  • Altos Hornos Iron Works, Spain, 364
  • Alumina Factory at Larne, 170, 291
  • Belfast Gas Works, 170, 293
  • Cycle Tube Works (Coventry), 712
  • Electricity Works in Germany, 121
  • Flax Works in Belfast, See 151, 320
  • Naval Construction Company's Works at
  • Barrow, 163, 204, 269, 301, 361
  • Oerlikon Works, 304
  • Orconera Mines, 365
  • Viscaya Iron and Steel Works, 365
  • Works Committee of the London County Council, 592, 647, 676
  • Wreck of the " Birkenhead," 276
  • Wreck Raising, 456
  • Wynau Hydro-Electric Plant, 273
  • X Rays. See Rontgen Rays
  • Yacht Speeds and Displacements, 375, 407
  • Yacht " Speedy," Steam (Ramage and Ferguson, Leith), 241
  • Yarrow Boiler and Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, 22
  • Yarrow's Feed Distribution for Water - Tube Boilers, 153, 218. See LwrrERs
  • Yarrow's Removal from England, 374. See also 01
  • Year-Books, 777
  • Yorkshire College Laboratory, Leeds, 262, 327, 90, 449
  • Yorkshire College, Leeds, Engineering Department, 262,327, 390, 449
  • Yorkshire RA,ers Pollution, 86, 134, 211
  • Zero, The Absolute, 620
  • Zinc, Electrolytic Deposition of, 269
  • Zurich Hydro-Electric Plant, 304
  • Zurichberg Electric Tram, 269

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