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Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: General Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1898 Jan-Jun: Index

Accidents, Railway: Belfast and Northern Counties Railway Accident, 761

Buffer-Stop Collision, Clippens, 205

Collision at Barassie Junction, 515

Collision at Bisley Station, 702

Collision at Dunbar, East, 515

Collision, Fatal, Lock and Block Wanted, Falkirk, 192

Collision at Penistone, Fatal, 54

Collision at Ryhope, 285

Collision at St. John’s Station, Fatal, 672

Collision at Tiverton Junction, Great Western

Railway, 678

Collision with Vehicle Left on Main Line at

Haughton, 128

Collision, Woodgrange Park, 222

Derailment and Collision at Border Union

Junction, Gretna, 499

Derailment at Luffenham, 286

Derailment near Tavistock, 643

“Fogging” Slotted Distant Signals near Chelmsford, 128

Overrunning Signals (Hatfield and King’s Cross), 691

Runaway Train near Achterneed Station on Highland Railway, 695

Runaway Train, Whitburn, 192

Spanish Line Derailment, 460

Subsidence Viaduct at Porthkerry, 735

Acetylene, 735

Acetylene, Calcium Carbide and, 333

Acetylene Exhibition in Berlin, 120

Acetylene Gas Exhibition, 755

Africa, Notes from South, 560

Age on Engineers, Effect of, 54

Agricultural Implements. See Agricultural Show

Agricultural Show, Royal:

783

Baling Presses, Hay, 787

Cars, Trials of Motor, 766

Chaff-Cutting Machine, 791

Dairy, 790

Engines, Gas and Oil, 786

Engines, Steam, 783

Gas Engines, 786

Hay and Straw Baling and Wiring Presses, 787 Implements, 787

Motor Van Trials, 766

Oil Engines, 786

Steam Engines, 783

Traction Engine, 783

Aide-Memoire de 1’Officier de Marine, de Edouard Durassier, 295

Air Compressors, 552

Air Compressor, Taylor Hydraulic, 563. See 640

Air Compressors and Exhausters, Koster’s, 301

Air Injector, 508

Air, Liquefaction of, 377, 396, 474, 508, 541, 542, 573, 607, 795

Air, Liquid, Linde’s Process for Producing, 310. See Letters

Air Pumps, 495

“ Akashi,” Japanese Cruiser, 43

“Albion,” H.M.S. (Thames Company), 799

Alley, The Late Stephen, 409

Alternate-Current Motors, Electric, 248

Alternating Current Windings, 324

Aluminium Castings, 542

Aluminium as an Electrical Conductor, 278

Aluminium, Melting Point of, 312. See also 56, 75, 122, 153, 186

A. S. E. and Marine Engineers, 250

America. See United States

American Society of Civil Engineers, New Buildings, 530. See 670

Ammonia Absorption, RefrigeratingMachine, 236

Ammunition Works, Kynoch’s, 270

Anchors and Chains, 591

Andrews, Mr. Thomas, on Microscopical Observations of Steel Rails, 7,201, 451, 617

Annuals and Year-Books, 104, 295

Anticyclonic Systems and their Movements, 507

Antimony, Influence on Cold Shortness of Brass, 490

Arbitration and Conciliation, 49

Archangel-Vologda Railway, 53

Argentine Railways, 662

Armature Windings, 227, 323

Armour, Hardening, 770

Armour-Plate Department, Creusot Works, 457, 487, 524, 557, 587. See 531

Armour-Plate Mills, Creusot, 717

Armour-Plate Tests, Creusot, 587

Armour-Plate Supply in Britain, 795

Artesian Well Boring, 506

Artillery. See Guns

Astronomical Exhibits at Royal Society Soiree, 603, 733 . . ,

“ Attila,” Burning of the S.S., 55, 158

Atlantic Passengers, 149

Attenuation of Electric Waves along a Line of Negligible Leakage, 773

Audition, Max Meyer’s Theory of, 773

Australasian Association for Advancement of Science, 247

Austro-Hungarian Warship Electrical Equipment, 653

Automobile Fiasco, 75. See also Cars, Motor

Automotor and Horseless Vehicle Pocket-Book of Automotive Formula? and Commercial Intelligence for 1898, 105

Auxiliary Engines on Ships, 156

Auxiliary Machinery Coal Consumption, 444

Ayrton, Professor W. E.,on the Determination of the Ohm, 29

Bacteriological Treatment of Sewage, 82, 638 Balanced Locomotive, A, 54, 55, 7o, 122, 152, loo, 249, 312, 573 .

Balancing Marine Engines, Diagrams, 4zv Baldwin’s Locomotives for China, 13, 58o Baldwin’s Locomotives for Japan, 301

Baling Presses, Hay, 787

Balloons, 524

Baltic and Black Sea Canal, 248

Barrow Shipbuilding, 27, 53 .

Bascule Bridge across the Clyde. Proposed, 184

Basic Refined Steel on the Continent, 777

Battleships. See Warships

Bays and Rivers, Dockising, 22

Beaman and Deas’ Refuse Destructor, 150

Beams, Wooden, 492

Bearings for Rolls, Westley’s, 286

Belgian Law Procedure, 247

Belgium, Coal and Iron in, 95, 254

Belleville Boilers in “ Diadem,” 444

Belpaire Boiler, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 431

Belt, Bridging the Little, 408

Bending Machine, Hydraulic Plate, 659

Berlin Acetylene Exhibition, 120

Berly’s Universal Electrical Directory, 297

Bertrand-Thiel Process, 392

Bessemer Converter, Tropenas, 43

Bessemer, the Late Sir Henry, 341

Bessemer Plant, Creusot, 200

Bicycles, Tests of, 607

Bicycles. See Cycles

Bicycles, Efficiency of, 247

Bird’s Duplex Planing Tool, 673. See Erratum, 736

“Black Prince,” London and North-Western Railway Locomotive, 239

Black Sea and Baltic Canal, 248

Blake Air Pumps, 495

Blanton Fastening, 238

Blast-Furnace Department, Creusot, 137,169

Blast-Furnace Gases for Power Production, 570, 591, 743

Blast-Furnace, Limestone in the, 594, 775, 803

Blast-Furnaces in the United States, 381, 397, 481

Blasting of Rock, by Messrs. Albert W. Daw and Zacharias W. Daw, 720

Blooming Mills, Creusot, 683, 717, 749

Boats, Submarine, 457

Boiler, Belpaire, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 431

Boiler Diagrams, Wingfield’s Straight Line, 508, 607

Boiler Efficiency Diagrams, 428, 411

Boiler Explosion at Devonport Dockyard, 223

Boiler Explosion at Wednesbury, 613

Boiler Explosions Act, Working of, 182

Boiler Explosion near Walsall, 614

Boiler, Mudd’s Marine, 11

Boiler Setting, 155

Boiler-Shell Drilling Machine (Hulse), 755

Boiler Tests, Classification of, 70

Boiler, Water-Tube. See Water-Tube Boilers Boilers, “ Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse,” 649 Boilers, The Care of, 211. See Letters, Corrosion of Boilers

Boilers, Corrosion and Scale in, 248, 272

Books Received, 7, 64,105, 168, 233,265, 325, 360, 393, 524, 556, 587, 683

Boring Shafts, &c., 553

Boring, Well, 506

Boyer Hammer, 251

Boys’ Phase Reversal and Silver Zone Plates, 603

Brake Shoe, Diamond “S,” 57

Brass, Casting and Rolling, 490

Brass, Influence of Antimony on Cold Shortness of, 490

Brassey, Lord, on Co-operative Production, 731

Brassey’s “ Annual,” 651

Brazed Copper Steam Pipes, 468

Breech Mechanism of Vickers’ Guns, 622

Bricks, Tests for Paving, 311

Brick Works, Perreuil, 103

Brickwork, Strength of, 121

Bridge, Bascule, Across the Clyde, 181

Bridge Design, Errors in, 747

Bridge at Niagara, New Arch, 606

Bridge, Vauxhall, 540

Bridging the Little Belt, 408

Brighton Ice Rink, 659

Britain, Japanese Trade with, 168

British Columbia Year-Book, 296

British Columbia, Railway Extension in, 668

British and German Trade, 502

British Iron Trade Association :

On the Utilisation of Consular Services in the Interests of British Trade and Commerce by Sir Edward H. Carbutt, Bart., 569

On the Position and Prospects of the Tin-Plate Industry, by Sir John J. Jenkins, M.P 569 ’ ’

On Commercial Methods of Utilising Blast-Furnace Gases for Power Production, and their Results on the Pig-Iron Industry bv Mr. B. H. Thwaite, 570 3

Report on British Steamship Freights and Shipping Conferences, and their Effects on the British Iron and Steel Industries, by Mr J. Stephen Jeans, 570

British Railway Progress, 610, 644, 675, 707

British Shipping, Lloyd’s Returns, 279

British Trade in the Far East, 86

Brooks “Mastodon” Locomotive, 74 140

Brown Coal-Handling Plant, 74 ’

Brussels Exhibition (Minerals and Metals), 357 552, 682

Brussels Exhibition, Social Economy Exhibits at 1 ..n ’

Bucknill, Lieut.-Colonel, on the

United States Battleship Maine, o , 716, 752, 782

Building, Chicago, Fisher, /81 Engineers,

Buildings of American Society of CimI E g

530. See 670

Buildings, Dustless, 173

Bulkhead Door Indicator, /21

Bunge’s Plansifter, 25

SS’S Shipbuilding Company, 582

0" G“ E^ne8’

197, 350, 413

By -product Coke Ovens, 593

Cahall Water-Tube Boiler, 315

Calais and Paris Railway Profile, <24.

See 757,

Calcium Carbide and Acetylene, 120, 333, 735,755

Calculus, Thermodynamics without tne, 100

Calendars, 105

Calvert’s Mechanics’ Almanack, 10o

Campbell’s Prismatic Piston Valve, 123

Canada, Grand Trunk Railway of, 50/

Canada, Progress of, 277 . . .

Canadian Pacific Extension at British Columbia,

Canadian Pacific Railway, Land-slides, 29

Canal, Black Sea and Baltic, 248

Canal in Japan, Proposed Large, 800

Canal from United States Lakes to Atlantic, 309

Cape Electric Works, Belpaire Boiler, 421

Capital and Labour, 14

Capstan and Windlass (Napier Brothers, Glasgow), 591

Car, Daimler Motor, 766

Car, Lancashire Steam Motor, 629, 766

Car, Lifu Motor, 669. See 666

Car, Roots and Venables Motor, 766

Car, Saunderson Motor, 766

Car, Thornycroft Steam Lurry, 725, 763

Cars, Automobile, 75

Cars, Motor, 168, 736

Cars, Motor, Cost of Transport, 184

Cars, Motor, Trials at Birmingham, 766

Cars, Motor, Trials at Liverpool, 628, 666, 669,

685. See 766

Cars, Six-Wheeled Motor, 757

Cars, Steam Road, 245

Carbonic Acid Gas in India, Storage of Compressed, 438

Cardew, Major P., on Electric Tramways, 638

Cargo Loading Machinery, 560

Carriage, Motor. See Cars, Motor

Carriages (Historical), Midland Railway, 707

Cartridge Works, Kynoch’s, 270

Caspian Sea, Glauber Salt in the, 216

Cast Iron, Action of Sea Water on, 311

Cast Iron under Impact, 155

Cast Steel, 66

Casting and Rolling Brass, 490

Castings, Steel, at Creusot, 360

Cathode Rays, Heating Effects of, 670

Cavalry Guns, Maxim, 329

Cavitation in Screw Propulsion, 603

Cement. See Portland Cement

Cements, Calcareous Hydraulic, Hardening Process, 159

Central Station, Glasgow Electric, 794

Central Station, Central London Railway, 259, 432

Centrifugal Governors, 736

Centrifugal Pumps, " Kaiser Wilhelm der

Grosse,” 495

Central London Railway:

214, 259, 329, 432, 485

Central Station, 259, 432

Converters and Transformers (British Thomson-Houston Company), 259

Current Curves, 259

Electric Locomotives, 236

Electric Tunnel Excavating Machine, 485

Generating Station, 259, 432

Locomotives, Electric, 236, 427

Shield for Tunnelling, 329, 485

Speed Acceleration Curves, 259

Tunnel Excavating Machine, 485

Tunnelling, 329, 485

Winding Machine (Wilson, Liverpool), 485

Chaff-Cutting Machines, 791

Chain Gear, Kenolds’, 542

C1Grossea" 591AnChOrS’ “Kaiser der

Channel Steamers, French, 792

Channels through Sandy Estuaries, 205

Channels for Surface Drainage, Dimensions of

Charging Machines for Iron Ore, 397

Chemical Electric Treatment of Gold Ores, 180

Chemical Industry in Russia, 701

Chemical Manufactures, Electricity and, 87 1°7

Chemical Still, Explosion of a, 579* ’

Chemistry, Tutorial (Metals). By G. H. Bailey

Chicago Tall Building, 781

Chi!!Jn aC«U-ise• “ ” (Elswick), 662

China, Affairs in, 374 7

China, British Trade in, 86

China, European Powers and 4G9

China, French Commercial Mission to *17

China, Locomotives for, 13, 585

China, Railway Prospects in, 339

China Railways and Works, 585

China, Recent Events in 20

China Steamers, 667

China, United States Competition in, 697

Chronograph, Smith’s Tramway, 692

Circulating Pumps, “ Kaiser Wilhelm der

Grosse,” 495

Circulation in Water-Tube Boilers, 3/7, 508

Circulation of Yarrow Water-Tube Boiler, 411, 426. See Letters, VTing/toM, <Cc., 465, 508

Civil Code of Japan, 376

Civil Engineers, Institution of: 150

A New Transmission Dynamometer, by Mr. W.

E. Dalbv, 28

The Great I^and-Slides on the Canadian Pacific Railway in British Columbia, by Mr. Robert B. Stanton, 29

The Machinery used in the Manufacture of Cordite, by Mr. E. W. Anderson, 94

Reservoirs with High Earthen Dams in Western India, by Mr. W. L. Strange, 121 Summer Conference, 150 The Security of Some Ixjcomotive Fireboxes,

by Mr. W.’ Thow, 184

The’ Friction of Locomotive Slide Valves, by Mr. John A. F. Aspinall, 185

Dimensions of Channels for Surface Drainage, by Mr. C. E. Livesay, 190

The Stability of Channels through Sandy Estuaries, by Mr. P. M. Crosthwaite, 205

The Theory, Design, and Working of Alternate-Current Motors, by Mr. Llewelyn B. Atkinson, 248

Dublin Electric Tramway, by Mr. W. F. Parshall, 248

Calcium Carbide and Acetylene, by Mr. Henry Fowler, 333

On the Relation of Geology to Engineering, by Professor Boyd Dawkins, 383, 409, 514

Dinner, 369

Extraordinary Floods in Southern India: Their Causes and Destructive Effects on Railway Works, by Mr. E. W. Stoney, 396 The Electricity Supply of London, by Mr.

Arthur II. Preece, 481

Office Bearers, 542

Medals and Premiums, 576

Conversazione, 687

Classification of Works at Creusot, 71

Clutch, Friction, 254

Clyde Passenger Steamer “ Meg Morri lees,” Haythorn Water-Tube Boiler, 693

Coal Consumption of Auxiliary Machinery in Steamers, 444

Coal-Conveving and Loading, 560

Coal-Handling Plant, Brown, 74

Coal Industry in Germany, OJ1

Coal and Iron in Belgium, 95, 254

Coal-Mine lingers from Electrical Appliances, 373

Coal Mines (Creusot), 71

Coal Production, Consumption, and Value, 793

Coaling Crane, 25 Ton Hydraulic, 531

Cochrane, Mr. Charles, on Limestone in the Blast-Furnace, 594, 775, 803

Cochrane, the Late Charles, 636

Cogging Mills, 481. 683, 717

Coils, Internal and Surface Temjierature of Dynamo, 605

Coke Ovens, 169

Coke Ovens, Collin’s, 42

Coking in By-Product Ovens, 593

Colliers’ Strike, South Wales, 529

Collin’s Coke Oven, 42

Collision, Railway. See Accident*

Colonial Railways, 319

Colonies and the Imperial Institute, 277

Companies Acts Amendments, 361, 486

Comparative Fusibility of Foundrv Metals, 286 319

Compensation Act, Workmen’s, 375

Competitions, Engineering, 795

Compound Engines. See Engine*

Compound Locomotives. French, 395, 475, 705, 724, 757

Compressed Carbonic Acid Gas in India, Storeage, 438

Compressors, Air, 552

Compressors and Exhausters, Koster’s Air, 301

Compressor, Taylor Hydraulic Air, 563. See 640

Conciliation and Arbitration, 49

Conciliation in the Steel Trade, 797

Condenser, “ Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse,” 495

Congo Railway, 285

Congress on the Protection of Industrial Property, 405, 732

Consular Service, 569

Convection, Diffusive, 773

Conversazione of the Institution of Civil Engi-, neers, 687

Converters and Transformers (British Thomson-, Houston Company), 259

Conveying and Loading Cargo, 560

Conveying Plant, Brown Coal, 74

Conveyors for Iron Ores. &c., 397

Cooke s Back Wheel Adjustment for Cycles, 29

Co-operative Production, 731

Copenhagen Tramways, 345

Copper Deposition, 6<i3

Copper Sheathing of Ships, 457. See LETTER#

Copper Steam Pij>ea, Brazed. 468

Copper, &c.,in West Australia, 492

Copper Wire, Properties of Commercial, 655

Coppering Ships, 5u8, 542, 572

Cordite Manufacture, 94

Corliss Mill Engine, Vertical (Dunlop, Port Gias-, gow), 14 r

Corps of Electrical Engineers Volunteers, 183

Corrosion and Scale in Steam Boilers, 248, 272

Cost of Electric Energy, 535

Cost of Exhibition Management, 308

Cost of Motor Car Transport, 184

Cost of Steam Power, 70

Cotton Mills, Electricity in, 172

Coupling Fastening, Blanton, 238

Cowper-Coles, Mr. S., on an Electrolytic Process for making Parabolic Reflectors, 349

Crane, Electric Travelling, 150-Ton, 325

Crane, 25-Ton Hydraulic Coaling, 53.1

Crane, Pulley, Spring-Mounted, 88

Crank Shafting, Rocking Moments, 429

Cremation of Dust-Bin Refuse, 217

Cremation of Refuse, 150, 179, 212. See Letters

Cressy Class, Armoured Cruisers, 372

Creusot Works. See Schneider and Co.

Cripplegate Fire, 118, 251, 277, 355. See Letters

“ Cristobal Colon,” Spanish Cruiser (Ansaldo, Italy), 206, 249, 272. See Letters

Crooke’s Tube, Gas Circulation in, 413, 710

Crooke’s Tube Experiments at the Royal Society Soiree, 602, 733

Cruisers. See IFar ships

Cruisers, Armoured, H.M.S., 372

Current Curves, Central London Electric Railway, 259

Current Loss, Eddy, 100

Cycle Carriage for Rifle-Calibre Gun, 328

Cycle Details, New (Humber), 366

Cycle Tube Joint, Hydraulically-Expanded, 151. See Letters

Cycles, Cooke’s Back Wheel Adjustment, 29

Cycles, Efficiency of, 247, 607

Cyclist’s Pocket-Book, 105

Cyclists’ Year-Book, 333

Cycloidal Curves and Envelopes, Hele-Shaw’s Apparatus, 602, 733

Daimler Motor Van, 766

Dairy Apparatus, 790

Dams, High Earthen, for Reservoirs, 121

Danish Railway and Bridging the Little Belt, 408

Darby, Mr. John H., on Coking in By-Product Ovens, 593

Dawkins, Professor Boyd, on Geology and Engineering, 383, 409, 514

Dawson, Mr. P., on Electric Traction, 31, 91,195, 317

De la Vergne’s Refrigerating Plant, Brighton Ice Rink,659

December Weather, 19

Denmark Shipbuilding, 582

Density of Gases, Apparatus for Determining, 437

Derailments. See Accidents

Destruction of United States Battleship “Maine,” 501, 508, 541, 572, 607, 640, 650, 670, 687. See 218 and Letters

Destructors, Refuse, 150, 179, 212, 217. See Letters

Determination of Hysteresis Loss, 41

Determination of the Ohm, 29

Devonport Dockyard Boiler Explosion, 223

“ Diadem,” Trials of H.M.S., 83, 119, 149, 213, 407, 444

Diagrams of Boiler Efficiency, 411, 428

Diagrams of Metal Prices, 24, 154, 282, 442, 574, 704

Diffusive Convection, Mr. A. Griffiths on, 773

Disappearing Mounts, Maxim, 387

Dobson, Sir B. A., 311

Dock Extension of Middlesbrough, 606

Dockising Bays and Rivers, 22

Docks at Yokohama, 668

Door, Bulkhead Indicator, 721

Doors, Hewen’s Manhole, 530

Douglas, Sir James Nicholas, 801

Drainage Channels, Dimensions of Surface, 190

Dresden Railway Station, 571

Drill, Combined Ratchet, 57

Drilling, &c., Armour-Plates, 557

Drilling Machine, Boiler-Shell (Hulse), 755

Drills, Mechanical Rock, 552

Drop Figures, 640

Drury Lane Theatre Hydraulic Bridges, 754

Drying of Washed India-Rubber, 246, 396

Dublin Electric Tramways, 248

Dublin Fire, 135

Duckham’s Pneumatic Grain Elevator, 453, 460

Durston, Sir John, on “Diadem’s” Trials, 444

Dustless Buildings, 173

Dutch Cruisers “Holland,” “Friesland,” and “Zeeland,” Yarrow Water-Tube Boilers, 702

Dutch East Indies, Guide to the, 295

Dyer, The Late Colonel, 376

Dynamical Illustration of Optical Phenomena, 350

Dynamo and Engine, Four-Pole (Allen, Bedford), 335

Dynamometer, Transmission, 28

Dynamos. See Electric Generators

Early United States Marine Engineering, 425, 515

Economic Conditions at Creusot, 38

Eddy Current Losses, 100

Education in Japan, 216

Education, Scientific, in Germany, 521

Education, Technical, in France, 635

Education, Technical, and Northampton Institute, 345

Effect of Temperature upon Insulation Resistance, 163

Effects of the Engineering Strike, 607

Efficiency of Bicycles, 247. See 607

Eight-Hours Day. See Engineers' Dispute

Electric Alternate-Current Motors, 248

Electric Applications in Iron and Steel-Making, 397, 482

Electric Charging Machine for Iron Ore, 397

Electric Energy, Cost of, 535

Electric Engines Driven by Blast-Furnace Gas, 591, 743. See 570

Electric Four-Pole Dynamo and Engine (Allen, Bedford), 335

Electric deuerators. See Letters

Alternating Current Windings, 324

Armature Windings, 227, 323

Cast Steel, 66

Electric Generators—cont inn cd.

Coils, Internal and Surface Temperature of, 605

Copper Wire, Properties of Commercial, 655

Current Loss, Eddy, 100

Determination of Hysteresis Loss, 41

Eddy Current Loss, 100

Effect of Temperature upon Insulation Resistance, 163

Electromotive Force, Formulae, 388

Energy Losses in Sheet Iron, 99

Flux in Transformers, 390

Forgings, 99

Formulae for Electromotive Force, 388

Heat Losses, 654

Hysteresis Loss, Determination of, 41

Hysteresis Losses in Alternating and Rotating Fields, 42

Induction Motor Windings, 325

Insulating Material, 132

Insulating Testing Methods for Factories, 163

Insulation Resistance, Effects of Temperature upon,163

Iron Magnetisation, 65

Magnetisation of Iron and Steel, 65

Magnets, 605

Materials, 1, 42

Materials, Properties of, 42

Measuring Hysteresis Losses, 42

Metals, 1, 42

Methods of Measuring Permeability not Requiring Ballastic Galvanometer, 2

Nickel Steel, 66

Output, Thermal Limit of, 604

Permeability Measurements, 2

Properties of Commercial Copper Wire, 655

Sheet Iron, Energy Losses, 99

Steel, Cast, 66

Steel Magnetisation, 65

Step-up Transformer, 164

Temperature of Coils, Internal and Surface, 605

Temperature Effects on Insulation Resistance, 163

Testing Insulating Methods, 163

Thermal Limit of Output, 604

Transformer, Step-up, 164

Transformers, Electromotive Force and Flux in, 390

Windings, 227, 333

Electric Generators, 122

Electric Ignition, Gas Engine, 441

Electric 200-Volt Lamps, 371

Electric Lighting, 721

Electric Lighting Handbook, 748

Electric Lighthouse, Finisterre, 551, 623

Electric Lighthouses on Lundy Island, 19, 106, 393

Electric Locomotives, 236, 427

Electric Machines, Mechanical Construction of, 233

Electric Ohm, Determination of the, 29

Electric Power Plants, Rating, 155

Electric Power Station at Glasgow, 794

Electric Power Supply, Glasgow, 606

Electric Power Transmission, Method of Illustrating, 547

Electric Railway. See Central London Railway

Electric Signalling without Connecting Wires, 158

Electric Traction. See also Municipal Electrical Association

Electric Traction, 31, 91, 195, 317

Electric Tramways, 638

Electric Tramways, Dublin, 248

Electric Tramways, Rail Returns for, 568, 580.

See 638

Electric Travelling Crane, 150-Ton, 325

Electric Tunnel Excavating Machine, 485

Electric Water-Power on the Rhine, 297

Electric Waves, Attenuation Along a Line of Negligible Leakage, 773

Electrical Appliances in Mines, Danger of, 373

Electrical Conductor, Aluminium as an, 278

Electrical Engineers, Institution of: President’s Address (Electro-Chemistry), by Mr. J. W. Swan, 87, 127

Electro-Chemical Treatment of Gold Ores, by Major General Webber, 180

An Electrolytic Process for the Manufacture of Parabolic Reflectors, by Mr. S. Cowper-Coles, 349

On the Manufacture of Lamps and other Apparatus for 200-Volt Circuits, by Mr. Bings-wanger Byng, 371

The Cost of Generation and Distribution of Electric Energy, by Mr. Robert Hammond, 535

Rail Returns for Electric Tramways, by Mr.

H. F. Parshall, 568

Notes on Electric Tramways, by Major P. Cardew, 638

Note on Return Feeders for Electric Tramways, 638

Electrical Engineers Volunteer Corps, 183

Electrical Exhibition, New York, 699

Electrical Exhibits at the Royal Society Soirde, 602, 673

Electrical Installation on Warships, 653

Electrical Progress and Prospects, Mr. J. S.

Raworth on, 95. See Letters

Electrical Recording Apparatus, 603

Electrical Riveting, 420

Electrical Society, Northern, of Engineers, 95

Electrical Stations. See Municipal Electrical Association

Electrician, Electrical Trades Directory and Handbook, 297

Electricity and Chemical Manufactures, 87, 127

Electricity in Cotton Mills, 172

Electricity and Mr. Raworth, 122, 153, 185, 217, 313, 346

Electricity Supply of London, 481

Electro-Chemical Treatment of Gold Ores, 180

Electrolytic Iron, 638

Electrolytic Process for Making Parabolic Reflectors, 349

Electrolytic Sodium, 216

Electrolytic Zinc, 85,154. See Letters

Electromachine Construction, 233

Electro-Magnetic Induction, 220

Electromotive Force, Formulae, 388

Electro-Thermo Pyrometers, 413

Elektromechanische Konstructionen, by Gisbert

Kapp, 233

Elektrotechnischer Unterricht und Anleitung zum Betreitelektrischer Anlagen auf Kriegs schiffen. Lehrbuch fur Unterofficiere, 653

Elementary Physics, Practical and Theoretical, by John G. Kerr, 101

Elephant v. Man, Strength, 184

Elevators, Duckham’s Pneumatic Grain, 453, 460

Embankments, High Earthen, for Reservoirs, 121

Emery, Charles E., 801

Energy Losses in Sheet Iron, Electric, 99

Engine and Dynamo (Allen, Bedford), 335

Engine, Gas, Electric Ignition, 441

Engine, Gas Research, 197, 350, 413

Engine, Gas, Vertical Duplex (Griffin Company), 641

Engine, Gas, White and Middleton, 76, 153

Engines, Gas and Oil, 786

Engine, Horizontal(Preudhomme-Prion), 174

Engine, Marine Steam, 261

Engine with Robinson’s Shaft Governor, 758

Engine, Vertical (Shanks, Arbroath), 89. See 145, 236

Engine, Vertical Corliss Mill (Dunlop, Port Glasgow), 14

Engines for Blast-Furnace Gases, 570, 591, 743

Engines Burned, 158

Engines for Electric Stations, 734, 768

Engines of H.M.S. “ Europa” (Clydebank), 728

Engines, Marine, Stevens Valve Gear, 201, 219

Engines, Multiple-Cylinder Steam, 273

Engines, New, of “ Orient,” 735

Engines, Propelling, “ Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse,” 429

Engines, Russian Imperial Yacht “Standart” (Burmeister and Wain), 123, 173

Engines, Spanish Cruiser “Cristobal Colon” (Ansaldo), 206. See Letters

Engines, Steam, at Birmingham Show, 783

Engines, Steam, Multiple - Cylinder, 155. See Letters

Engines of the Twin-Screw Yacht “Sovereign,” 335

Engineering in 1897, 27, 53, 58

Engineering Competitions, 795

Engineering in Denmark, 582

Engineering and Geology, 383, 409, 514

Engineering in the Malay States, 276

Engineering Strike, Effects of the, 607

Engineers’ Dispute, 14, 18, 49, 53, 81, 116, 147,

243. See Letters

Engineers, Effect of Age on, 51

Engineers’ Lock-out, 346, 395, 441, 473

Engineers’ Rank in United States Navy, 115, 627

Engineers in United States Navy, 17

English Shipbuilding and Engineering, 27, 53.

See 58

English v. United States Railway Track, 508

Entropy and the Science and Art Department, 670

Erie Canal Improvement, 309

Estuaries, Channels through Sandy, 205

“ Europa,” Engines of H.M.S. (Clydebank), 728

European Powers in the Far East, 469

Executive Rank in United States Navy, 115, 627

Exeter Sewage Purification, 82

Exhibition, Acetylene, in Berlin, 120

Exhibition, Acetylene Gas, in London, 755

Exhibition, 1901, Glasgow, 184

Exhibition, Madrid, 1898, 313

Exhibition Management, Cost of, 308

Exhibition, New York Electrical, 699

Exhibition, Paris, 345, 467, 505, 537, 747, 797

Exhibition, Stockholm, 392

Expansion of Solids, Measuring, 603

Explosion. See Boiler Explosions

Explosion of a Chemical Still, 579

Explosion, Fatal Steam Pipe, 744

Explosion on United States Cruiser “Maine,” 218, 501, 650, 687, 716, 752, 782. See Letters

Explosives, Maxim High, 536, 739

Export Merchant Shippers’ Directory, 296

Exports from United States, 436

Fans for Mines, 553

Fastening, Blanton, 238

February Weather, 310

Feed Pumps (Weir’s), 649

Feed Regulator, Thornycroft Boiler, 347

Feed-Water Heating with Live Steam, 541

Felten and Guilleaume’s Rail Bond, 272

Filtration, Mechanical, 637

Finisterre Electric Lighthouse, 551, 623

Fire-Alarm System, Automatic, 572

Fire at Central Telephone Station of Zurich, 438

Fire, Cripplegate, 118, 251, 277, 355. See Letters

Fire Prevention, Fire Survey, 35,133, 228, 335

Fire Protection in Europe : Cripplegate Fire, 355

Dublin Fire, 135

Fire Prevention, Fire Survey, 35, 133, 228, 335

Fire-Resisting Materials, 658

Fireproof Material, 658

Glasgow Fire, 135

Hamburg Warehouse, 519

London Fires, 35, 133

Sheffield Fire, 134

Survey, 35, 133, 228, 335

Warehouse Protection, 519

Fire-Resisting Materials, 658

Firebox Stays, Threading, 173

Fireboxes, Security of Locomotive, 184

Fireboxes, Staying of Locomotive, 21, 55,153

Fireproof Material, 658

First Steam Launch, 312

Fisher Building, Chicago, 781

Floods in Southern India, 396

Fluid, Motion of Solids in, 425, 577

Flux in Transformers, 390

Fog Signals on Lundy Island, 393. See 19, 106

Forces, Measurement of Impulsive, 86

Forging Presses and Hammers (Creusot), 457, 487, 557. See 531

Forgings for Dynamos, 99

Formulae for Electromotive Force, 388

Foundry Metals, Comparative Fusibility of, 286, 319

Foundry, Steel (Creusot), 360

France, Northern Railway of, 724, 738, 757

France, Northern Railway, Locomotive, 705, 724.

See 738, 757

France, Trade Schools in, 635

Free Labour Protection Association, 703

Free and Protected Labour, 54

Freight-Handling Plant (Brown), 560

French Commercial Mission to China, 247

French Lighthouses, Luminous Power of, 313,

See 551, 623

French Merchant Navy, 150

French Steamers for Calais and Dover, 792 •

Friction Clutch, 254

Friction of Locomotive Slide Valves, 185

Froude, Mr. R. E., on Twin Screws and Effect of

Direction of Turning, 416, 423

Furnaces, Annealing, &c. (Creusot), 717, 791

Furnaces, Reheating (Creusot), 717, 791

Fusibility of Foundry Metals, Comparative, 286.

319

Galvanometers, 678

Gantry, Travelling, at Harland and Wolff’s (Fielding and Platt), 111

Gas, Carbonic Acid, Storage in India of Compressed, 438

Gas Circulation in Crooke’s Tube, 413

Gas Engine, Electric Ignition, 441

Gas Engine Research (Inst. M.E.), 197, 350, 413

Gas Engines. See also Engines

Gas Engines, 786

Gas, Acetylene. See Acetylene

Gas-Fired Tubulous Boilers, 169

Gas Governor, Automatic, 528

Gas Plant, 768

Gas Producers, 481

Gas Works Machinery, 744

Gases, Apparatus for Determining the Density of, 437

Gauge Fittings, Water (Winn and Co.), 89. See 145, 236

Gauge, Invention of the Steam, 249, 273

Generating Station, Central Electric Railway, 259, 432

Geology and Engineering, 383, 409, 514

German and British Trade, 502

German Coal Industry, 601

German Industrial Progress, 665

German Railway Stations, 506

German Scientific Education, 521

German Shipping and Shipbuilding, 344

German Trade with the Far East, 438

Geyser Action, A New Theory of, 285

Gilain Refrigerating System, 236

Glasgow Bridge over Clyde, Proposed Bascule, 184

Glasgow Electric Power Station, 794

Glasgow Electric Power Supply, 606

Glasgow Exhibition, 1901, 184

Glasgow Fire, 135

Glauber Salt in the Caspian Sea, 216

Goddin’s Positive Grip Lock-Nut, 318

Gold Ores, Electro-Chemical Treatment, 180

Gold, tec., in West Australia, 492

Goliath Rail, Sandberg’s, 441

Government Ordnance Factory, 403

Governor, Automatic Gas, 528

Governor, Origin of the, 640, 736

Governor, Robinson’s Shaft, 758

Governors, Centrifugal, 736

Grain Conveying and Loading, 560

Grain Elevator, Pneumatic, 453, 460

Grand Trunk Railway of Canada, 507

Great Central Railway, 222

Great Northern Railway Run, 377, 395, 441

Great Northern Telegraph Company, 626

Greiner, Mr. A., on Blast-Furnace Gas for Motive

Power, 591

Gun Trials of H.M.S. “ Illustrious,” 343

Guns. See also Maxim Guns

Guns, Vickers’, 622

Hamburg, Projected Railways, 638

Hamburg Warehouse, 519

Hamilton, Mr James, on Horse-Power Absorbed

in Skin Friction and Wave-Making, 421, 610

Hammer, Boyer, 251

Hammering, Work done in, 279

Handbuch der Elektrischen Beluchtung. By J.

Herzog and C. P. Feldmann, 748

Hardening Armour-Plates, 524

Hardening Process of Calcareous Hydraulic

Cement, 159

Hardware Trade Directory, 105

Harland and Wolff, Travelling Gantry (Fielding and Platt), 111

Hay and Straw Baling and Wiring Presses, 787

Hay ter, The Late Mr. Harrison, 604

Haythorn Water-Tube Boilers, 693

Haze and Transparency, £08

Hazell’s Annual, 105

Head, Mr. Jeremiah, on Iron Resources of India, 567

Heat Losses in Electric Apparatus, 654

Heating Effects of Cathode Rays, &c., 670

Heating, Electric, 721

Heating- Feed Water with Live Steam, 541

Hele-Shaw, Dr. H. S., on Surface Resistance of

Water, 420, 477, 511

Helicoid Lock Nuts, 141

“ Hermes,” Second-Class Cruiser, 470, 497

Hewens’ Manhole Doors, 530

Highland Tourist Railway, 606

Historical Account of Creusot, 3

History of Maxim Gun, 164

H.M. Cruiser “ Ariadne ” (Clydebank), 548

H.M. Cruiser “Diadem,” Trials (Fairfield Company), 83, 119, 149, 213, 407, 444

H.M. Second-Class Cruiser “ Hermes ’’(Fairfield), 470, 497

H.M.S. “Albion,” 799

H.M S. “ Oressy,”Cruisers, 372

H.M.S. “ Europa,” Machinery (Clydebank), 728

H.M.S. “ Illustrious,” Gun and Steam Trials, 343

Hobart, Mr. H. M., on Electric Generation. See

Electric Generators

Hoists for Mines, 683

Hbk, Mr. W., on Trunk-Deck Steamers, 424, 461

Hole-Widening Machine, Tapered, 755

Holland Submarine Torpedo-Boats, 457, 543

Hong Kong, Competition in, 404

Horner, Mr. Joseph, on Machine - Moulded

Wheels, 67, 131, 291, 525,715. See 204

Horse Carriage for Rifle-Calibre Gun, 328 Horseless Carriage. See Cars, Motor Humber Shipbuilding, 27, 55 t

Hydraulic Air Compressor (Taylor), 563. See 640 Hydraulic Bridges at Drury Lane Theatre, 754 Hydraulic Coaling Crane, 25-Ton, 531 Hydraulic Hay Press, 787

Hydraulic Plate-Bending Machine, 659

Hydraulic Presses, 457, 487, 557. See 531, 787 I Hydraulic Riveter and Beam Shears (Wood,

Philadelphia), 597

Hydraulic Tube-Staving Machine (Fielding and Platt, Limited), 77

Hydraulically-Expanded Tube Joint, 151, 185.

See Letters

Hysteresis Loss, Determination of, 41

Hysteresis Losses in Alternating and Rotating Fields, 42

Ice-Rink, Brighton, 659

“ Illustrious,” Steam and Gun Trials, H.M.S., 343 Impact, Cast Iron Under, 155

Imperial Institute and the Colonies, 277 Implements, Agricultural, 787

Impulsive Forces, Measurement of, 86 India, Floods in Southern, 396

India, Iron Resources of, 567, 670. See Letters India-Rubber, Drying of Washed, 246, 396 Indian and Eastern Engineer Diary, 105 Indian Public Works and Royal Engineers, 185, 218, 756, 794, 795

Indian Railways, 319

Indicator Diagrams, H.M.S. “ Diadem,” 447

Indicator Diagrams, Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 649

Induction Motor Windings, 325

Industrial Democracy, by Sydney and Beatrice Webb, 4, 63

Industrial Notes, 25, 57, 89, 124, 156, 188, 221, 253, 283, 315, 347, 379, 412, 439, 476, 509, 546, 575, 609, 642, 673, 706, 740, 774, 803

Industrial Property, Congress on Protection 'of, 405, 732

Information Bureau in United States, 702 Ingot Moulds (Creusot), 293

Injector, an Air, 508

Institution oi‘ <»as Engineers : Address of the President, 768

Reports of Committee on Standards of Light, 769

High-Pressure System of Distribution, by Mr. F. W. Stevenson, 769

Inclined Retorts, by Mr. E. Drory, 769

A Modern Gas Works, by Mr. F. D. Marshall, 769

On a Standard 10-Candle Lamp, by Professor Vernon Harcourt, 769

The 2-Candle Standard, by Mr. E. L. Pryce, 769 A New Departure in Carbonising, by Mr. S.

Glover

Washers and Scrubbers, by Mr. E. A. Harman, 769

Insulating Materials, Electric, 132

Insulating Testing Methods for Factories, 163 Insulation Resistance, Effects of Temperature

Upon, 163

Invention of the Steam Gauge, 249

Irish Railway Property, 273

Irish Railways, 237. See Letters

Irish Shipbuilding, 60. See 53

Iron Bridge Design, Some Errors in, by W. C.

Kernot, M.A., C.E., 747

Iron, Cast, Action of Sea Water on, 311 Iron and Coal in Belgium, 95, 254 Iron, Effect of Phosphorus on, 694 Iron, Electrolytic, 638

Iron, Magnetic Permeability (Measuring), 603 Iron Magnetisation, 65 Iron Mines, 101

Iron Ore in Sweden, 86

Iron Resources of India, 567, 670. See Letters

Iron and Steel Institute :

337

Annual Report, 571

Bessemer Gold Medal (Mr. R. Price-Williams), 571

Autumn Meeting, 571

The Iron Industry of the Urals, by Mr. H. Bauerman, Professor of Metallurgy, Royal Artillery College, 596

Lime and Limestone in Blast-Furnace Practice, by Mr. Charles Cochrane, Stourbridge, 594, 775, 806

Coking in By - Product Ovens, by Mr. John II. Darby, Brymbo, 593

The Use of Blast-Furnace Gases as Motive Power, by Mr. Adolphe Greiner, Seraing, 591, 743

The Solution Theory of Iron, by Baron Hanns Juptner von Jornstorff, Leoben, Austria, 596 Steel Permanent Way, by Mr. R. Price-Williams, London,595

Brittleness in Soft Steel, by Mr. C. H. Rids-dale, Guisbrough, 596

Allotropic Iron and Carbon, by Mr. E. H. Saniter, Seaton Carew, 596

The Crystalline Structure of Iron, by Mr. J. E. Stead, Middlesbrough, 596

Name Index for Vol. I. to Vol. L. of Journal, 586

Arrangements for Summer Meeting, 736

Iron and Steel in Japan, 701

Iron and Steel Practice, United States, 381, 397, 481

Iron and Steel in Sweden, 237

Iron and Steel in Sweden (Stockholm), 392

Iron Trade Problems, 569

James Forrest Lecture, Geology and Engineering, 383, 409, 514

January Weather, 182, 627

Japan, Baldwin Locomotives for, 301

Japan, British Trade in, 86

Japan, Civil Code, 376

Japan, Economic Situation, 408

Japan, Education in, 216

Japan Foreign Trade, 570, 765

Japan, Industrial, 244

Japan, Iron and Steel Manufactories, 701

Japan, Launch of Warship in, 43 Ja ?an, Match Industry or, 279

Japan, Patents in, 700

Japan, Proposed Large Canal in, 800

Japan Railway Construction, 438

Japan, Railway Strike in, 505

Japan Sea Power, 635 . 7

Japan Shipbuilding and Shipping, 66, 18J, 54/, 799

Japan, Strikes in, 373

Japan Trade, 117

| Japan, Yokohama Works, 668 .

Japanese Battleship “ Yashima,” Steering of, 4ab

Japanese Cruiser “ Akashi,” 43

I Japanese Patent Law, 523, 709

Japanese Railways, 121

Japanese Trade with Britain, 168

Japanese Trade and Commerce, f06

Jaques, Captain, on Submarine Torpedo-Boats, 457, 543

Johnston, Mr. S. W., on Railway Progress, 610, 644,675,707 1

Joint, Hydraulically-Expanded Tube, 151, 18o.

See Letters

Jones, Mr. J. V., on the Determination of the Ohm, 29

“Kaiser Wilhelm der <Arosse,” North German Lloyd Twin-Screw Steamer:

Air Pumps, 495

Anchors and Chains, 591

Balancing Engines, Diagrams, 429

Blake Air Pumps, 495

Boilers, 649

Bulkhead Door Indicator, 721

Capstan and Windlass (Napier Brothers, Glasgow), 591

Centrifugal Pumps, 495

Chains and Anchors, 591

Circulating Pumps, 495

Condenser, Main, 495

Crank Shafting, Rocking Moments, 429

Electric Lighting, 721

Engines, Propelling, 429

Feed Pumps (Weir’s), 649

Heating, Electric, 721

Indicator Diagrams; 649

Linde’s Ice Machinery, 721

Machinery, General Arrangement, 364

Motors, Electric, 721

North German Lloyd (Historical), 266

Passenger Accommodation, 266, 300

Propeller, 590

Pumps, Air and Circulating, 495

Refrigerating Plant, 721

Rocking Moment of Crank Shafting, 429

Scantlings, 300

Steering Gear (Brown Brothers, Edinburgh), 590

Telephones, Loud-Speaking, 721

Typical North German Lloyd Steamers, 1857-1888, 268

Windlass and Capstan (Napier Brothers, Glasgow), 591

Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, 492

Key, Blanton, 238

King’s Lynn Water Supply and Health, 181

Kites and Meteorology. 756

Kodolitsch, Herr F. Von, on Riveting by Electricity, 420

Koster’s Air Compressors and Exhausters, 301

Kriloff, Captain A., on Oscillation of Ships on Waves, 453

Kriloff, Captain A., on Stresses on a Ship in a Seaway, 453

Krypton, The New Gas, 733

Kynoch’s Ammunition Works, 270

Labour and Capital, 14

Labour, Free and Protected, 54, 703

Labour Problems, 4, 63

Labour Protection Association, Free, 54, 703

Labour-Saving Machinery in Gas Works, 768

Laird, The Late Mr. John, 121

Lamps, 200-Volt, 371

Land-slides on Canadian Pacific Railway, 29

Lathe, Treble-Geared Sliding Surfacing and Screw Cutting (Sharp, Stewart, and Co.), 283

Lathes, Screw Dies for Turret, 172

Launch, First Steam, 312

Launch of H.M.S. “Hermes,” 470, 497

Launches and Trial Trips, 15, 94, 126, 154 220 256, 286, 314, 333, 378, 410, 441, 474, 51g’ 548’ 574,608,671,703,738,770,808 ’

Laundry Machinery, 556, 771, 805. See Letters

Softening Water

Law Procedure, Belgian, 247

Laxton’s Builders’ Price Book, 296

Legislation, Private Bill, 437

Les Ballons Sondes. By W. de Fonvielle, 524

Letters to the Editor, 21, 54,75 199 159 w-217,-248, 272, 312, 346, 377, 395, 441’, 473 508’ 541, 560, 572, 607, 640, 670, 736, 756 794

Lifu Motor Car, 669. See 666

Light Railways, 763

Lighthouse, Electric, Finisterre, 551 623

Lighthouses, 346, 395

Lighthouses, French, Luminous Power of, 313

Lighthouses on Lundy Island, New, 19 106 393 Lighting, Cost of Electric, 535 ’ 393

LlwSf/™eCtriC' See MuniciPal Electrical -CLOOl/l/C/Cvu vU/Cf

Lighting, Electric, Handbook, 748

Limestone in the Blast-Furnace, 594, 775 806

L1?fi,te4o«iablIlty Companies Acts, Amendments,

Linde’s Ice Machinery, 721

Linde’s Process for Producing Liquid Air 310

See Letters, Air, <t-c 1 r’

Liquefaction of Air, 310, 377, 396, 474, 508, 541,

Liquid Air, Linde’s Process for Producing 310 See Letters, Air, <{-c.

Liquid Mixtures, The Properties of, 350

L 6G9P68O5’. SSeeP766Pelled TraHlc’Tri^> 628, 666,

011 Dimensions of Channels for Surface Drainage, 190 ‘anneis

Lloyd’s Return of Shipwrecks, &c., 86

Lloyds Shipbuilding Returns, 471

Local Government Annual, 295

Loch Lomond Steamers, Dispute as to, 151

Lock Nut, Goddiii’s Positive Grip, 318

L^kwo^’^BuUdl’rsV C°,,trac,ors ’

Lo“omK ABauTed, 54, 55, 75, 122, 153, 249, Locomotive “ Black Prince,” London and North-

Western, 239 , v.^hnm RaiL

Locomotive, Compound Express, Northern way of France, 705, 724. bee /38,. ,, <

Locomotive^Compound, French, 39j, 4,a, /O.>, Locomotive* Compound, for the Northern Kail-way of France, 705, 724, 75/

Locomotive, Early, 542

Locomotive Fireboxes, Security of, 1M

Locomotive Fireboxes, Staying of, 2L

Locomotive, “Mastodon, for Great Northern

Railway, U.S.A., 74, 140

Locomotive Performances on Ixmdonancl wonn-Western Railway, 20

Locomotive Problems, 538, 539, 610, 644 , 6<o, 707 . .

Locomotive Slide Valves, Friction, 18n

Locomotives for China, Baldwin, 13

Locomotives, Electric, 236, 427 w.

Locomotives, Historical (Midland Railway), 67a, 707 .

Locomotives for Japan, Baldwin, 301

Locomotives in Mines, 682

London Directory, 104

London Electricity Supply, 481

London Fire, Cripplegate, 51, 118. See Letters

London Fires, 35,133

London and North-Western Locomotive “ Black

Prince,” 239

London and North-Western Locomotive Performances, 20

London Railway. See Central London Railway

London Railways, Greater, 189

London Water Supply 152

Lubricating Gear, Lumb’s, 509

Lumb’s Lubricating Gear, 509

Luminous Power of French Lighthouses, 313

Lundy Island New Lighthouses, 19, 106, 393

Lurry, Thornycroft Steam, 725, 761 See 629

MacFarlane’s Self-Closing Steam Valve, 395 Machine Guns. See Maxim Gums

Machine-Moulded Wheels, 67, 131, 291, 525, 715.

See also 204

Machine Moulding without Stripping Plates, 2"4

Machine Tools for Finishing Armour-Plates, 525, 557

Machinery, General Arrangements, “ Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse,” 364

Madrid Exhibition, 1898, 313

Magnetic Observations, Curious, 186, 249, 312

Magnetic Permeability of Iron, Measuring, (503

Magnetisation of Iron and Steel, 65

Magnets, 605

“Maine,” United States Battleship, Explosion, 218, 501, 650, 687, 716, 752,782. See Letters on, 508, 541, 572, 607, 640, 670

Malay States, Engineering, 276

Manchester Steam Users’ Association, 473

Manchurian Railway Agreement, 472

Manhole Doors, Hewens’, 530

Manufacture of Cordite, 94

Manufacturing Economics at the Brussels Exhibition, 136

March Weather, 437

Marine Engineering, Early United Stairs, 423,515

Marine Engineers and the A.S.E., 250

Marine Steam Engine. A Treatise for Engineering Students, Young Engineers, and Officers of the Royal Navy and Mercantile Marine. Bvthe I>ate Richard Sennett and Henry J. Oram,* 261

Mastodon Locomotive for Great Northern Rail, way, U.S.A., 74, 140

Match Industry of Japan, 279

Materials for Electric Apparatus, 1, 42

Materials, Properties of Electrical 4*

Material et les Procddes de 1’Exploitation des Mines a 1 Exposition Internationale de Bruxelles en 1897. Par Victor Watteyne et Armand Halleuv, 357, 552, 682

Maxim Gun ;

Cavalry Gun, 329

Cycle Carriage for Rifle-Calibre Gun, 328

Disappearing Mounts, 387

Historical, 164

Horse Carriage for Rifle-Calibre Gun, 328 37-Milhmetre Gun, 387

Mounts, 328, 329, 387

Mounts for Rifle-Calibre Gun 328

Naval Mounts, 387

Rifle-Calibre Gun, 234 328

Maxim-Schuppha,ls High Explosives, 53G

Maxim-Schtlpphaus Smokeless Powder 729

Measurement of Impulsive Forces, 86

M easin i ng Hysteresis Losses 42

Measuring Magnetic Permeability of Iron GO 1

Measuring Pressure in an Artery ’

Measuring Wind Pressure, Instrument, 376

Mechanical a

ciety of* ““Sineers, American So-

New York Annual Meeting, 10

W RnWarnerd W8 °“ th° TeIe8C0Pe- Kv Mr.

Mate-

Trial Cod^m70tCe °n S°Ciet}”8Code(Boiler

WekaWe’® ™i'™'ion of

Chicago, in bv jh- R r on’Pin- Station,

A Water-Purifji ig b an?’ by^"^’.108

Stillman, 108 ’ 5 Mr- Howard

Mn’w'T Cast Iron under Impact, by Dr. W. J. Keep, 551

Merit. Engineer*. Ame riean A Strength of Gear Chart, by Mr. John B. Mayo 155 * *

The Law of Hydraulic Obstruction in Streams, by Mr. David Guelbaum 155

A Boiler Setting, by Mr. G. W. Bissell 155

The Auxiliary Engines and Transmission nf DhWkie,T5(JNaVal Ve*iCU’ by Mr Ge0*e "?-Thermodynamics Without the Calculus hv

George Richmond, 156 * . -wr.

The Valuation of Textile Manufacturing Pm

perty, by Mr. Chas. T. Main, 156 g ro’ “whrilei "17^“°“ Milb- byMr-w B- Smith A Screw Dietor Turret bathe, by Mr. James

H art n ess, 172

A Stay-Bolt Threading Device, by Mr. James

Hartness, 173

Wire-Testing Machine, by Mr. Arthur L. Rice 1/3*

Dustlegs Buildings, by Mr. C. J. H. Woodbun-1/3* *

Stevens Valve Gear for Marine Engines b\ Mr Andrew Fletcher, 204. See 219* ’ ' T’

Machine Moulding Without Stripping Platen by Mr. E. H. Mumford, 204 H %t€8

Mechanical Engineers. Institution of;

Electric Traction, by Mr. Philip Dawson, 31 9’1 195, 317’ *

Report of the Council, 195

The New President (Mr. S. W. Johnson) 195 538, 611, 644, 675, 707

Retirement of Mr. Bache, 197

Report, 197,

■» I<>, 039

Presidential Address (Mr. Samuel W. Johnson) 538, 610, 64 4, 675, 707 Dunson;,

Annual Dinner, 572

Steam Laundry Machinery, by Mr. Sidnev Tebbutt. 556 771, 805. See Letter/,

Mechanical Filtration, 637

Mechanical Stokers, Proctor's 725

Mechanical Work! Year-Book, 104

“Mi-g Jkrrikes,- Haythorn Hater-Tube Boiler 693 ’

Melting Point of Aluminium, 312. See also 56

Mersey Shipbuilding, 27, 53

Metal Price Diagram. 24, 154, 282, 442. 574 701 Metal Tests at High Teni|wratiires, 375 ’ Metals, Comparative Fusibility of, 286 319 Metals for Electric Apparatus, 1, 42 Metals, Tutorial Chemistry, 556

Meteorology and Kites, 756

Meteorological Society. Royal:

Weather Influences on Fann and Garden Crops, by Mr. Edward Mawlev, 87

New President, 87

Report on Phenological observations for 1897 by Mr. E. Mawlev, 20

Monthly and Annual Rainfall in the British Empire, 1877-96, 205

Photographing Meteorological Phenomena, bv Mr. A. U. Clayden, 332

Antic' Ionic Systems and their Movements, by Major H. E. Rawson, 507 J

°^a.lioV.8 on ,Ijuc and Transparency in 189/. by Hon. F. A. Rollo Rus^ll,508

On the Frequency of Rainy Days in the British Isles, by Mr. R. H. Scott, 627

Abnormal Weather of Januarv Last, bv Mr F

1 J. Brodie, 627. See 182

Frequency of Non-lnstrumenU) Meteorological

I henomena in Ixmdon with Different Winds from L63 to 1897, by Mr. R. C. Mossman, / Ov

The Exploration of the Free Air by Means of Kites at Blue Hill < >bscr.atory, Miss., L’.SA., by Mr. A. L. Rotch, 756

Meter, Venturi, 313

Me^’,,ring Permeability not Requiring Ballistic Galvanometer, 2

Metinen, The Igite Mr. John 472

Metropolitan. Sec London

Michaelis Dr. W., on Calcareous Hydraulic cements, 159

M4 5l,S617iC Ol,8enation8 of Steel Rails, 7, 201, Middlesbrough Dock Extension, 606

\ Carriages, (Historical), 707

-1 idlandIJUiJ way Locomotives, Cars, Rails (His-wi?n< ■ ^ec GI0» 644

. !i , Morison s Quick-Running Stamp, 691

M» »ng Machine, Double-Ended, Wi

... 1 ng Machine, 2-Spindle Vertical, 173

Ml 8, Cogging, in 1 nitorl States, 481

Mills, Rail, m C'mt-cd States 482

Mine Ventilation, 553

Mineral Exhibits at Brussels, 357. 552, 682

Miners Strike, South Wales, 529

Mines, Dangers from Electrical Appliances, 873

Mines, lxx?omotives for, 682

Mining Engineer*, American Society of: 364

Atlantic City Meeting, 364

Mpi‘Xa.nt^Orc8t nerves, by Mr. Giffard Pmehot, 364

American Geologist, in Russia, bv Dr. 8. J.

Emmens, 364 *

Iievice for Gas Producers, by

Mr. C. W. Bildt, 364

A V,,’pawt!1!‘ f°r the Removal of Sand from V)ante Water of Ore Washers, bv Mr. J. E. Johnson, Jun., 392

i«o?n 9?rtain Dia£ra»M Graphically Ulus-(•?. r? ,n’PJ>rtaPt Thermal and Structural

I>f !’!' Professor H. M. Howe, 392

Hh™e,™2 ' •’ Mr- ,,art’

N<l!2.On }ho 8V’°Jhobl> Exhibition ami the a?»d s??e Tnw,c of Sweden, bv Mr.

James Douglas, 392 J

b-V ,r‘ T- D'right, 393

\h \?n\’Crrv Anlhrac‘te Coal Breaker, by

Mr. W . Ayres, 393

A ’nIu. "‘J? Dr’ p^><or Fraser, 393 Rr< /?n,,xr°\LnRrot Mou,d '<»• Brass or Bronze, by Mr. Edwin S. Sperry, 490

Mining Engineers, American— continued. The Influence of Antimony in the Cold Shortness of Brass, by Mr. Edwin S. Sperry, 490

The Elimination of Impurities from Copper Mattes in the Reverberatory and the Converter, by Mr. Edwin Keller, 491

The Strength of Wooden Beams Calculated from Compression Tests, by Mr. B. G. Fernow, 492

Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, and Surroundings, by Mr. George J. Bancroft, 492

General Business, 495

Mining Exhibits at Brussels Exhibition, 357, 552, 682

Miscellanea, 22, 56, 79, 113, 145, 186, 209, 241, 282, 305, 346, 365, 401, 442, 465, 499, 533, 565, 599, 631, 672, 704, 729, 761, 803

Model Workshop at Brussels, 136

Morison’s Quick-Running Stamp Mill, 691

Motor Cars or Power Carriages for Common Roads, by A J. Wall is-Taylor, 168

Motor Cars, Six-Wheeled, 757

Motor Van Trials, 666, 685, 766

Motor Vehicles. See Cars, Motor

Motors, Electric. See also Electric Generators

Motors, Electric, 721

Moulded Wheels, Machine, 67, 131, 291, 525, 715.

See also 201

Moulding Without Stripping Plates, 204

Mountings for Vickers’ Guns, 622

Mounts for Guns. See Maxim Guns

Mounts for Rifle-Calibre Gun, 328

Mudd, the Late Thomas, 669

Mudd’s Marine Boiler, 11

Multiple-Cylinder Steam Engines, 155, 273. See Letters

Municipal Electrical Association :

Presidential Address, by Mr. A. H. Gibbings, City Electrical Engineer, Bradford, 734

The Management of Electrical Undertakings, by Councillor Hesford, Chairman of the Electricity Committee of the Southport Corporation, 731

Switchboard Apparatus, by Mr. J. R. Blaikie, Chief Assistant Electrical Engineer, Bristol, 734

Steam-Using Plant, by Mr. J. A. Jeckell, Borough Electrical Engineer, South Shields, 734

Uniformity of Plant, by Mr. C. H. Wordingham, City Electrical Engineer, Manchester, 767

Appropriation of Profits and Repayment of Loans, by Bailie William Maclay, Convener of the Electricity Committee of the Glasgow Corporation, 768

Single versus Multiple Generating Stations, by Mr. J. C. F. Snell, Borough Electrical Engineer, Sunderland, 768

Electric Traction, by Mr. R. C. Quin, Borough Electrical Engineer, Blackpool, and Mr. J. E. Stewart, Borough Electrical Engineer, Derby, 768

Accumulators in Connection with Lighting and Traction, by Mr. J. H. Rider, Borough Electrical Engineer, Plymouth, 768

Municipal Year-Book, 296

Name Index of the Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute, vol. i. to 1., 1869 to 1896. Edited by Bennett II. Brough, 586

Naval Annuals, 295, 651

Naval Architects, Institution of:

52

Annual Report of the Council, 406

Presidential Address (Earl of Ilopetoun), 406

Presentation of Premiums, 407

Presentation to the Secretary, 407

Recent Trials of the Cruiser “ Diadem,” by Sir John Durston, K.C.B , 407

Riveting by Electricity, by Herr F. von Kodo-litsch, 408, 420

Investigation of the Nature of Surface Resistance of Water and of Stream-Line Motion under Certain Experimental Conditions, (Second Paper), by Professor Hele-Shaw, LL.D., 420,444, 477, 511

Annual Dinner, 421 ...

Horse-Power Absorbed by Skin Friction and : Wave-Making in Ships of Different Forms and Proportions as Deduced from Progres- ; sive Trials, by Mr. James Hamilton, 421, 610 ( Submarine Torpedo-Boats, their Influence on Torpedo-Boat Architecture, and their Value in Warfare, by Captain W. 11. Jaques, late U.S. Navy, 457, 543

Experiments on the Effect of Direction of Turning in Twin Screws, by Mr. R. E. Froude, 416, 423

Trunk-Deck Steamer “Oscar IL,” by Mr. W. Hok, 424, 461

Reminiscences of Early Marine Steam Engine Construction and Steam Navigation in the United States of America from 1807 to 1850, by Mr. Charles II. Haswell, 425, 515

Description of Some Experiments with a Water-Tube Boiler, by Mr. A. F. Yarrow, 411, 426. See Erratum, 465 ; also Letters, Wingfield, &c.

Discharging Grain Cargoes by Pneumatic Means, by Mr. F. E. Duckham, 453, 460

A General Theory of the Oscillations of a Ship on Waves, by Captain A Kriloff, I.R N., 453

On the Stresses on a Ship in a Sea-Way, by Captain A. Kriloff, I.R N., 453

The Problem of Stability in Naval Architecture, by Herr L. GUmbel of Berlin, 454

Minimum Net Register and its Effect on Design, by Mr. A. Ramage, 454, 742

Note on the Steering Qualities of the “Yas-hima,” by Mr. Philip Watts, 456

On Resistance to the Motion of Solids in a Fluid, by Herr B. Schieldrop, of Bergen, 425, 577

On the Direct Attachment of Copper Sheathing Plates to the Hulls of Vessels, by Mr. Leopold Roper, 457. See Letters

Concluding Proceedings, 457

Naval Engineers, United States, 17, 115, 627

Naval Mounts, Maxim Guns, 387

Navy, British, 651, 697

Navy Engineers’ Rank, United States, 17,115, 627

Navy Estimates, 307

Navy, Japan, 635

Navies Compared, 296

New South Wales Railways, 81

New York Electrical Exhibition, 699

New Zealand Railways, 439

Newcastle Daily Chronicle Edition of British

Almanac, &c., 296

Newton’s Rings, Method of Viewing, 547

Niagara, New Arch Bridge at, 606

Nickel Steel for Electric Apparatus, 66

Nickel Steel, Coefficient of Expansion of, 56

Nickel Steel, Some Peculiarities in, 668

Niclausse Water-Tube Boilers in Spanish Battleship “ Pelayo,” 504

Nippon Yusen Kaisha, 189

North German Lloyd (Historical), 266

Northern Railway of France, 705, 724, 757, 738

Northampton Institute, 345

Notes from Cleveland and the Northern Counties, 23, 47, 78, 112, 144, 177, 208, 240, 281, 304, 337, 369, 433, 464, 498, 532, 564, 598, 631, 663, 695, 737, 760, 802

Notes, Foreign and Colonial, 288

Notes from the North, 23, 46, 78, 112, 144, 176, 208, 240, 280, 304, 336, 368, 400, 432, 464, 498, 532, 564, 598, 630, 694, 737, 759, 801

Notes from South Africa, 560

Notes from the South-West, 24, 47, 79, 113, 145, 177, 209, 241, 281, 305, 337, 369, 401, 433, 464, 499, 532, 565, 599, 631, 663, 695, 738, 760, 802

Notes from South Yorkshire, 23, 46, 78, 112, 144, 176, 208, 240, 280, 304, 336, 368, 400, 432, 464, 498, 532, 564, 598, 630, 663, 695, 737, 760, 802

Notes from the United States, 21, 74, 112, 152, 205, 209, 248, 280, 311, 336, 377, 448, 472, 491, 531, 572, 598, 629, 729, 756, 794

Nut, Godden’s Positive Grip Lock, 318

Nuts, Helicoid Lock, 141

Oban and Ballachulish Railway, 606

Ohm, Determination of the, 29

Obituary :

Mr. A. Binnie Allan, C.E., 301

Mr. Stephen Alley, 368, 409

Mr. F. D. Banister, 21

Mr. Richard Barnwell, 304

Mr. J. H. Beckwith, M. Inst. C.E., 761

Sir Henry Bessemer, 341

Mr. G. T? Clark, 177

Mr. Charles Cochrane, 636

Sir Benjamin Alfred Dobson, 311

Sir James Nicholas Douglass, F.R.S., 801

Colonel Dyer, 376

Mr. Charles E. Emery, Ph.D., 801

Mr. George Eskholme, 112

Mr. T. L. Green, 144

Mr. George Greenwood, 497

Sir Charles Hutton Gregory, 52

Mr. E. Harford, 58

Mr. Harrison Hayter, 604, 627

Mr. F. W. Hudson, C.E., 369

Mr. Joseph Whitworth Hulse, 565

Mr. Henry Hutchinson, Sheffield, 112

Mr. W. E. Kochs, Cardiff, 756

Mr. John Laird, 121

Colonel Sir Vivian Majendie, 528

Mr. John Meth ven, 472

Mr. Thomas Mudd, 639, 669

Mr. Joseph Needham, 663

Provost Orchar, Dundee, 630

Mr. W. R. Parker, 24

Mr. W. K. Peace, J.P., 280

Mr. Henry Perigal, 736

Sir Robert Rawlinson, K.C.B., 699

Mr. Maurice George Rodgers, Sheffield, 663

Mr. John Rylands, 281

M. Henri Schneider, 613, 735. See 757

Mr. Knut Styffe, 183

Mr. Henry Vaughan, 791

Mr. G. K. Winter, 177

“O’Higgins,” Chilian Cruiser (Elswick), 662

Oil. See also Petroleum

Oil Engines. See also Engines

Oil Engines, 786

Open-Hearth Furnaces in United States, 397

Optical Apparatus for Finisterre Electric Lighthouse, 623

Optical Phenomena, Dynamical Illustration of, 350

Oram’s “ Marine Steam Engine,” 261

Ordnance. See Guns

Ordnance Factory, Government, 403

Ore-Handling Plant, Brown’s, 560

Ore Washers, 392

Orient Liner “ Orient,” 735

Origin of the Governor, 610

“ Oscar IL,” Trunk-Deck Steamer, 424, 161

Oscillation of Ships on Waves, 453

Oscillator, Tesla, 159

Output, Thermal Limit of, Electric, 604

Oven, Collin’s Coke, 42

Ovens, Coking in By-Product, 593

Paddle Engines. See Engines

Parabolic Reflectors, Electrolytic Process for Making, 349

Paris and Calais Railway Profile, 724. See 738, 757

Paris Exhibitions, 345, 467, 505, 537, 747, 797

Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway Locomotives, 395, 475

Paris Sewage Farm, 408

Parshall, Mr. II. F., on Electric Generators. See Electric Generators

Parshall, Mr. H. F., on Rail Returns for Electric Tramways, 568, 580. See 218 and 638

Passenger Accommodation, “ Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse,” 266, 300

Passengers, Atlantic, 149

Patent Cases, The Trial of, 435, 473. See Letters

Patent Fees in South Africa, 75

Patent Law, Japanese, 523, 700

Patent Law Problems, 732

Patent Laws, 405

Patent Record, 33, 61, 97, 129, 161, 193, 225, 257, 289, 321, 353, 385, 417, 449, 483, 517, 549, 583, 615, 647, 679, 713, 745, 778, 809

Patents in Japan, 700

Paving Bricks, Tests for, 311

Peace Employment of Royal Engineer Officers.

See Royal Engineers

Peake of Tenerife, Observation on the, 285

Peckham Tramway Trucks, 317

“ Pelayo,” Spanish Battleship, 504

Permanent Way, 325. See 378

Permanent Way, Steel, 595, 711

Permeability Measurements, 2

Pernambuco Railways, 662

Perreuil Brick Works, 103

Petroleum Engines. See Engines

Phenological Observations, 1897, 205

Phosphate Field, New, 20

Phosphorus and its Effects on Iron, 694

Photographing Meteorological Phenomena, 333

Physical Society : Photographs, Illustration, Zeeman Effects, b Professor Fitzgerald, 158

Electric Signalling without Connecting Wires, by Professor Oliver Lodge, 158

Tesla Oscillator, by Dr. S. Thompson, 159

Treasurer’s and Council Reports, 220

Electromagnetic Induction in Plane, Cylindrical, and Spherical Current Sheets and its Representation by Moving Trails of Images, by Mr. G. H. Bryan, 220

Eton Meeting, 285

Observations on the Peak of Tenerife, by Professor Porter, 285

A New Theory of Geyser Action, by Professor Porter, 285

Dynamical Illustration of Certain Optical Phenomena, by Professor J. D. Everett, 350

The Properties of Liquid Mixtures, by Professor R. A. Lehfeldt, 350

The Circulation of Gaseous Matter in a Crooke’s Tube, by Mr. A. A. Campbell Swinton, 413

Thermo-Electro Pyrometers, by Mr. A. Stansfield, 413

A Method of Viewing Newton’s Rings, by Professor T. C. Porter, 547

Apparatus to Illustrate Three-Phase Method of Transmitting Power, by Dr. S. P. Thompson, 517

Galvanometers, by Professor W. E. Ayrton and Mr. T. Mather, 678

A Simple Method of Reducing Prismatic Spectra, by Messrs. Edwin Edser and C. P. Butler, 710

Some Further Experiments on the Circulation of the Residual Gaseous Matter in Crooke’s Tubes, by Campbell Swinton, 710

Max Meyer’s Theory of Audition, by Dr. S. P. Thompson, 773

Attenuation of Electric Waves Along a Line of Negligible Leakage, by Mr. E. H. Barton, 773

Diffusive Convection, by Mr. A. Griffiths, 773

Physics, Elementary, 104

Pipe Explosion, Steam, 744

Pipes, Brazed Copper Steam, 468

Pipes, Water Hammer in, 758

Piston Valve, Campbell’s Prismatic, 123

Planing Armour-Plates, 557

Planing Tool, Bird’s Duplex, 673. See Erratum.

736

Plansifter, Bunge’s, 25

Plate-Bending Machine, Hydraulic, 659

Plate Mills at Creusot, 654', 683, 717, 749

Pneumatic Grain Elevator, 453, 460

Pneumatic Hammer, Boyer, 251

Pneumatic Postal Tubes, 800

Portland Cement, Manipulation of, 255

Portland Cement, Purity of, 256

Post Office London Directory, 104

Postal Tubes, Pneumatic, 800

Potter Tilting Open-Hearth Furnace, 397

Powder, Maxim-Schupphaus Smokeless, 739, 536 Power Absorbed in Skin Friction and Wave-Making, 421, 425, 610

Power, Cost of Steam, 70

Power Station, Electric, at Glasgow, 794

Power Transmission, Method of Illustrating Three-Phase, 517

Power Transmission on Ships, 156

Practical Engineer Pocket-Book, 105

Preller, Dr., on Electric Lighthouse, Finisterre,

551, 623 ; on Water-Power on the Rhine, 297

Presses, Hydraulic Forging, 457, 487, 557. See 531

Press, Hydraulic Hay, &c., 787

Price-Williams, Mr.* IL, on Steel Permanent Way, 595, 711

Prismatic Piston Valve, Campbell’s, 123

Prismatic Spectra, Reducing, 710

Private Bill Legislation, 437

Process Year-Book for 1898, Edited by Wm.

Gamble, 587

Proctor’s Mechanical Stokers, 725

Producers, Gas, in United States, 481

Production, Co-operative, 731

Profile Steel for Tools (Beardshaw), 187

Profit-Sharing, 731

Propeller Blades, 21, 75, 250, 273

Propeller, Cavitation in Front.of, 603

Propeller, “ Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse,” 590

Properties of Commercial Copper Wire, 655

Puddling Furnaces, Rotary, 293

Pulley Fastening, Blanton, 238

Pulley, Spring-Mounted Crane, 88

Pumping Machinery, Tests of, 103

Pumping Plant, Inefficiency of, 734

Pumps, Air and Circulating, “ Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse,” 495

Pumps. By K. Hartmann and J. O. Knoke, 393

Purdue University, 55

Purification of Sewage, 82, 638

Purifying Plant, Water, 108

Purity of Portland Cement, 256

Pyrometers, Thermo-Electro, 413

Quadruple-Expansion Engines. See Engines

Queensland Railways, 319

Rail Bond, Felten and Guilleaume’s, 272

Rail Mills, 482

Rail Returns for Electric Tramways, 568, 580.

See 248, 638

Rail, Sandberg’s “Goliath,” 441

Rail Sections, Joining Different, 55

Rails (Historical), Midland Railway, 707

Rails, Microscopical Observations of Steel, 7, 201, 451, 617

Rails, Steel, 595, 711

Railway. See Central London Railway

Railway Accidents See Accidents

Railway Agreement, Manchurian, 472

Railway Bridges. See Bridges

Railway, Congo, 285

Railway Construction, Current, 222

Railway Diary and Official Directory, 105

Railway, Electric. See Central London Railway

Railway Extension in British Columbia, Canadian, 668

Railway, Grand Trunk, Canada, 507

Railway, Highland (Oban and Ballachulish), 603

Railway Locomotives, Cars, and Permanent

Way (Historical), 675, 707

Railway Policy, Russia’s, 408

Railway Profile, Paris and Calais, 724. See 728, 757

Railway Progress, 610, 644, 675, 707

Railway Property, Irish, 273

Railway Prospects in China, S39

Railway Run, Great Northern, 377, 395, 441

Railway Station, Dresden, 571

Railway Stations, German, 506

Railway St-ike in Japan, 505

Railway Track, English v. United States, 508

Railway Track and Track Work, by E. E. Russell

Tratman, 325. See 378. See Letter, 508

Railway Traction Problems, 539, 610, 644, 675 707

Railway, Trans-Siberian, 120, 216

Railway Tyre Shops 419

Railway Un punctuality, 633, 757. See Letters

Railway, Vologda-Archangel, 53

Railways, Burma, 29, 681

Railways, Canada, 277

Kail ways, China, 585

Railways, Colonial, 319

Railways, Construction of, in Japan, 438

Railways and Floods in South India, 396

Railways at Hamburg, Projected, 638

Railways, Indian, 319

Railways, Irish, 237. See Letters

Railways, Japanese, 121

Railways, Light, 763

Railways, London Suburban, 189, 214, 432

Railways in Mines, 682

Railways, New South Wales, 81

Railways, New Zealand, 439

Railways, Scotch, 376

Railways, South African, 560

Railways, South American, 662

Railways, World’s, 327

Rainfall in British Empire, 1877-96, 205

Rainy Days, Frequency of, 627

Ramage, Mr. A. G., on Net Register Tonnage, 451, 742

Ratchet Wrench and Drill Combined, 57

Rating Electric Power Plant, 155

Rawlinson, The Late Sir Robert, 699

Raworth and Electricity, 122, 153, 185, 217, 313, 346

Raworth, Mr. John S., Electrical Progress and

Prospects, 95. See Letters

Recording Apparatus, Electrical, 603

Reflectors, Parabolic, Electrolytic Process for

Making, 349

Refrigerating Machine, Ammonia Absorption, 236

Refrigerating Plant, “ Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse,” 721

Refrigerating Plant, De la Vergne’s, Brighton Ice Rink, 659

Refuse Destructors, 150, 179, 212, 217. See Letters

Regulator, Automatic Gas Pressure, 528

Renolds’ Chain Gear, 542

Reservoirs with High Earthern Dams, 121

Resistance to Ship Propulsion, 421, 420, 425, 441,

477, 511, 577, 610

Resistance of Water Surface, 420, 444, 477, 511

Retorts for Gas Plant, 768

Return Feeders for Electric Tramways, 638

Review of the Japanese Patent Law, including Regulations relating to Trade Marks and Designs. By W. Silver Hall, 523

Rhine Water-Power, Utilisation, 297

Rifle-Calibre Guo, 234, 328

Rivers and Bays, Dockising, 22

Riveter, Hydraulic (Wood, Philadelphia), 597

Riveting by Electricity, 420

Road Vehicles, Steam, 245. See Cars, Motor

Robinson’s Shaft Governor, Engine with, 758

Rock Blasting, 720

Rocking Moment of Crankshaft “Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse,” 429

Rolling-Mill Department, (Creusot), 619, 654, 683, 717, 749

Rolling Stock (Historical), Midland Railway, 707

Rolls, Bearings for, 283

Rontgen Rays, 506

Rontgen Rays, A New Use for, 769

Rontgen Rays at the Royal Society Soirde, 602, 733

Roots and Venables Motor Van, 766

Roper, Mr. L., on Sheathing Ships, 457

Rotary Puddling Furnaces, 293

Royal Agricultural Society. See Agricultural Society, Royal

Royal Engineer Officers, Peace Employment of, 185, 218

Royal Engineers, 185, 218, 756, 794, 795

Royal Engineers and Appointments, 403

Royal Society Soiree, 602, 733. See Eriatum. 629

Russia, Chemical Industry in, 701

Russian Imperial Yacht “ Standart ” (Burmeister

and Wain), 123, 173

Russian Industry and Trade, 148

Russian Railway, 53

Russia’s Railway Policy, 408

Sachs, Mr. Edwin O. See Fire Protection in Europe

Safety Appliances for Mines, 682

Salem Iron Resources, 567. See Letters, India Iron Resources

Salt, Glauber, in the Caspian Sea, 216

Sandberg’s “ Goliath” Rail, 441

Sandy Estuaries, Channel through, 205

Saunderson’s Motor Van, 766

Scale and Corrosion in Steam Boilers, 248, 272

Scantlings of “ Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse,” 300 Schieldrop, Mr. B., on Resistance to the Motion of Solids in a Fluid, 577, 425

Schneider and Co.’s Works, Creusot. See Letter, 573

Armour-Plate Department, 457, 487, 524, 557, 587. See 531

Armour-Plate Mills, 717

Armour-Plate Tests, 587

Bessemer Plant, 200

Blast-Furnace Department, 137, 169

Blooming Mills, 683, 717, 749

Brick Works, Perreuil, 103

Castings, 360

Classification of Works, 71

Coal Mines, 71

Cogging Mills, 683, 717

Coke Ovens, 169

Crane, Electric Travelling, 150-Ton, 325

Creusot Works, General Plan, 101

Drilling, &c., Armour-Plates, 557

Economic Conditions, 38

Electric Travelling Crane, 150-Ton, 325

Forging Presses and Hammers, 457, 487, 557. See 531

Foundry, Steel, 360

Furnaces, Annealing, &c., 717, 791

Furnaces, Reheating, 717, 791

Gas-Fired Tubulous Boilers, 169

Hardening Armour-Plates, 521

Historical, 3

Hydraulic Presses, 457, 487, 557. See 531

Ingot Moulds, 293

Iron Mines, 101

Machine Tools for Finishing Armour-Plates, 525, 557

Perreuil Brick Works, 103

Planing Armour-Plates; 557

Plate Mills, 654, 683, 717, 749

Presses, Hydraulic Forging, 457, 487, 557. See 531

Puddling Furnaces, Rotary, 293

Railway Tyre Shops, 419

Rolling-Mill Department, 619, 654, 683, 717, 749, 791

Rotary Puddling Furnaces, 293

Shearing Machines, 749

Sheet Mills, 749

Siemens-Martin Plant, 232, 265, 293

Slabbing Mills, 717

Steel Foundry, 360

Steel Works, 200, 232, 265, 293, 363

Tests of Armour-Plates, 587

Tyre Shops, 419

Workers’ Conditions, 38

Schneider, M. Henri, 643, 735. See 757

Schneider’s Plant, 573

Schools in France, Trade, 635

Science Abstracts, 401

Science and Art Department, Entropy and the, 670

Science Handbooks for Laboratory and Class Room, 104

Scotch Railways, 376

Scotch Shipbuilding, 58. See 53

Scotch Steel Trade Conciliation, 797

Screw Dies for Turret Lathe, 172

Screw Engines. See Engines

Screws, Twin, Mr. R. E. Froude on, 416, 423

Screwing Machine for Stay Bolts, 173

Sea Water on Cast Iron, Action of, 311

Seeing under Water, 471

Self-Propelled Vehicles, 736. See Cars, Motor

Sell’s Directory of the World’s Press, 297

Sell’s Telegraphic Address Directorv, 160

Sennett’s “ Marine Steam Engine,” 261

Separator, Steam, 347

Septic Tank System, 82

Sewage, Bacteriological Treatment, 82, 63S

Sewage Farm, Paris, 408

Sewage Purification, 82

Shaft Governor, Engines with Robinson’s, 758

Shaft-Sinking by Freezing Process, 553

Shearing Machines, 749

Shears, Hydraulic Beam (Wood, Philadelphia), 597

Sheathing, Copper, of Ships, 457. See Letters

Sheet Iron, Energy Losses, 99

Sheet Mills, Creusot, 749

Sheffield Fire, 134

Shield for Tunnelling, 329, 485

Ship-Loading Plant, 560

Ship, Resistance of Fluid to Propulsion of, 577,425

Ship Skin Friction and Wave-Making, 420, 421 425, 444, 477, 511, 610

Ship Stability, 454

Ship Stresses in a Seaway, 453

Ships, Copper Sheathing, 457. See Letters

Ships’ Coppering, 508, 542, 572

Ships, Power Transmission on, 156

Ships on Waves, Oscillation of, 453

Shipbuilding in Denmark, 582

Shipbuilding and Engineering in 1897, 27, 53, 58

Shipbuilding Gantry (Fielding and Platt), 111

Shipbuilding for Japan, 547

Shipbuilding, Lloyd’s Returns, 471

Shipbuilding and Shipping in Japan, 799

Shipping, British, 279

Shipping, French, 150

Shipping Industry in Japan, 66

Shipping, Nippon Yusen Kaisha, 189

Shipping Preferential Freights, 570

Shipping and Shipbuilding, German, 344

Shipping and Shipbuilding in Japan, 799

Shipping World Year Book, 296

Shipwrecks, Lloyd’s Return, 86

Shoe, Brake, Diamond “ S,” 57

Shoreditch Refuse Destructors, 179, 212. See Letters

Siberian Railway, 120, 216

Siemens-Martin Plant, 232, 265, 293

Skin 1 riction and Wave-Making, Horse-Power absorbed in, 420, 421, 425, 444, 477 511 610

Slabbing Mills, Creusot, 717 ’ ’

Slide Valves, Friction of Locomotive, 185

Smith’s Tramway Chronograph, 692

Smokeless Powder, Maxim-Schtlpphaus, 536, 739

Social Economy Exhibits at Brussels, 136

Society of Arts: Linde’s Process for Producing Liquid Air, by Professor J. A. Ewing, 310. See Letters, Air

Society of Engineers, 744

Sodium Electrolytic, 216

Softening Water, 670, 758, 736, 757, 79a

South Africa, Patent Fees, 75

South Africa, Railway and Works, 560

South American Railways, 662

South Wales Colliers’ Strike, 529

“ Sovereign,” Engines of T.-S. Yacht, 33?

Spanish Battleship “ Pelayo,” 501

Spanish Cruiser “ Cristobal Colon (Ansaldo., 206. See Letters

Spectra, Reducing Prismatic, 710

Speed, Accelerating Curves, 259

Sphygmo-Manometer, 602

Spring-Mounted Crane Pulley, 88

Stability of Ships, 454

Stamp Mill, Morison’s Quick-Running, 691

“Standart,” Russian Imperial Yacht (Burmeister and Wain), 123, 173

Stations, German Railway, 506

Staving Machine, Hydraulic Tube (Fielding and

Platt, Limited). 77

Stay-Bolt Threading Device, 173

Steam Engines at Birmingham Show, 783

Steam Gauge, Invention of the, 249, 273

Steam Laundry Machinery, 553, 771, 805. See Letters, Softeninj Water

Steam Pipe Explosion, 741

Steam Pipes, Brazed Copper, 468

Steam Pipes Water Hammer, 758

Steam Power, Cost of, 70

Steam Road Vehicles, 245. See Cars, Motor

Steam Separator, 347

Steam Users’ Association, Manchester, 473

Steam Valve, MacFarlane’s Self-Closing, 395

Steam Vehicles for Heavy Traffic, 636, 669, 685.

See 766. See also-Cars, Motor

Steamer, First, at Chungking, 667

Steamers, Dispute as to Loch Lomond, 151

Steamers, French, for Calais and Dover, 792

Steamers, Net Register Tonnage, 454, 742

Steamers, Trunk-Deck, 424, 461

Steel, Basic Refined, on the Continent, 777

Steel, Cast, 66

Steel Foundry at Creusot, 360

Steel, Hardening of, 374

Steel and Iron in Japan, 701

Steel and Iron Practice, United States, 381, 397, 481

Steel and Iron in Sweden (Stockholm), 392. See 237

Steel Magnetisation, 65

Steel, Nickel, Some Peculiarities, 668

Steel Plant in France, 573

Steel Process, Bertrand Thiel, 392

Steel, Profile, for Tools (Beardshaw), 187

Steel Rails, 595, 711

Steel Rails, Microscopical Observations of, 7, 201, 451, 617

Steel, The Use of, 275

Steel Trade, Conciliation in the, 797

Steel Works, Creusot, 200, 232, 265, 293, 360

Steelmaking Process, Tropenas, 43

Steering Gear “ Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse” (Brown Brothers, Edinburgh), 590

Steering of Japanese Battleship “ Yashima,” 456

Step-up Transformer, 161

Stevens Valve Gear, Marine Engines, 201, 219

Still, Explosion of a Chemical, 579

Stock Exchange Year-Book, 104

Stockholm Exhibition, 392

Stokers, Proctor’s Mechanical, 725

Stream Line Motion,.Dr. Hele-Shaw on, 420 444

477, 511 ’ ’

Strength of Brickwork, 121

Strength, Trial of, Elephant v. Men, 181

Stresses on a Ship in a Seaway, 453

Strike in Japan, Railway, 505"

Strike, South Wales Colliers’, 529

Strikes in Japan, 373

Stromeyer, Mr. C. E. on Basic Refined Steel on the Continent, 777

Styffe, The Late Knut, 183

Submarine Telegraph Enterprise, 158

Submarine Torpedo-Boats, 457, 543

Subway See Central London Railway

Surface Drainage Channels, Dimensions, 190

Surface Resistance of Water, 420,441 477 511

Surgery and Rbntgen Rays, 769 ’ ’

Survey, Fire, 35, 133, 228, 335

Swan, Mr. J. W., on Electricity and Chemical

Manufacture, 87, 127

Sweden, Iron Ore in, 86

Sweden, Iron and Steel, 237

Sweden, Iron and Steel (Stockholm) 39?

Synchronograph, 278

Tacheograph, Ziegler-Hager, 558

Tall Building, Chicago, 781

I Tapered Hole-Widening Machine, 755

j Tavistock, Derailment at, 643

! TphhnrJIyM Ail‘ ConJPressor’ 5(53. See 640

| 1 nery *771* ’ °n Steam Laundr? Machi-

Technical Education in Germany 521

I Technical Education and Northampton Institute, 34o

Telegraph Company, Great Northern, 626

Telegraph Enterprise, Submarine, 158

Telegraph, Hertz-Wave Space, 602, 733

Telegraph, Synchronograph, 278

Telegraphing without Wires, 159

Telegraphy, Post Office, 646

Telephone Station Fire in Zurich, 438

•sssassf**' ““•» Telescope, 10

Telpher Lines, 607

Temperature of Coils, Internal and Surface 605

Temperature Effects on Insulation Stance,

I Tenerife, Observations on the Peak of, 285

Tensile Tests at High Temperatures, 375

Tesla Oscillator, 159

Testing Cast Iron, 155

Testing Insulating Methods, loo

Testing Materials, Association tor, 11

Testing Wire, Machine for, 1/3

Tests of Armour-Plates, 587

Tpqts of Pumping Machinery, 108 .

Textile Manufacturing Plant, Valuation, lob

Thames Bridge at Vauxhall. o40

Thames Shipbuilding, 27, 53

Theatre Hydraulic Bridges, Drury Lane, /□*

Theodolite, Ziegler-Hager, 558

Thermal Expansion of Solids, Measunno, o Thermal Limit of Output, 601 Thermo-Electric Pyrometers, 413 ,

Thermodynamics without the Calcu.us, loo

Thermopile, 571

Thiel Process, Bertrand, 392

Thornycroft Boiler Feed Regulator, 34/

Thornycroft Steam Lurry, 725, 766

Tilting Open-Hearth Furnace, Potter s, 393

Tin-Plate Industry, 569

Tonnage, Net Register, 454, 742

Tools, Profile Steel for (Beardshaw), 187

Torpedo-Boat Destroyers. See Warships

Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, 22

Torpedo-Boats. See H'arships

Torpedo-Boats, Submarine, 453, 547

Traction. See also Electric Traction

Traction, Electric. See Municipal Electrical

Association

Traction, Electric, 31, 91, 195, 317, 568, 580, 638

Traction Engine, 783

Trade in Japan, 117

Trade, Russian, 148

Trade Unionism, 463

Train Unpunctuality, 633, 757. See Letters

Tramway Chronograph, ^Smith’s, 692

Tramway, Dublin Electric, 248

Tramways, Copenhagen, 345

Tramways, Electric, 31, 91, 195, 317, 568, .'>89,638

Tramways, Rail Returns for Electric, 568, 530.

See 638

Trans-Siberian Railway, 120, 216

Transatlantic Passengers, 149

Transformer, Step-up, 161

Transformers, Electromotive Force and Flux in, 390

Transmission Dynamometer, 28

Transmission of Power on Ships, 156

Transportation in Mines, 682

Transport, Cost of, 184

Travelling Gantry at Harland and Wolff’s (Fielding and Platt), 111

Trials of H.M.S. “Diadem,” 83, 119, 149, 213, 407, 441

Tricycles. See Cycles

Triple-Expansion. See Engines

Tropenas Steel-Making Process, 43

Trotter, Mr. A. P., on Electric Tramways, 638

Trunk-Deck Steamers, 424, 461

Tube Joint. Hydraulically-Expanded, 151, 185.

See Letters

Tube-Staving Machine, Hydraulic (Fielding and

Platt, Limited), 77

Tunnel-Excavating Machine, 485

Tunnelling, Central London Railway, 329, 485

Turret Lathe, Screw Dies for, 172

Twin-Screw Engines. See Engines

Twin Screws, Effect of Direction of Turning, 416, 423

Typical North German Lloyd Steamers, 1857-88, 268

Tyre Shops, Creusot, 419

United Kingdom Railway Extensions, 222

United States Battleship “ Maine,” Destruction of, 508, 541, 572, 607, 610, 670. See also 218, 501, 650, 687, 716, 753. See Letters

United States Competition in China, 697

United States v. English Track, 508

United States Foreign Trade, 436

United States Information Bureau, 702

United States Iron and Steel Practice, 381 397

481 ’ ’ ’

United States Lakes and Atlantic Canal, 309

United States Marine Engineering, 425 515

United States Naval Engineers, 17

United States Naval Intelligence, 531

United States Navy Rank for Engineers, 115, 527

United States Ships and Power for Auxiliary

Engines, 156

United States Submarine Torpedo-Boats, 457

United States Submerged Torpedo-Boat (Holland’s), 543 '

United States Tin-Plate Industry, 569

Unpunctuality, Railway, 633. See Letters

Unsere Hochschulen und die Anforderungenc des

Zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts. By A. Riedler 521

Utilisation of Water-Power on the Rhine, 297

Valuation of Textile Manufacturing Propertv 156 Valve Campbell’s Prismatic Piston, 123 3 ’

V alve Gear, Stevens, Marine Engines, 204, 219 \al\e, MacFarlane’s Self-Closing Steam, 395 A alves, Friction of Slide, 185

Van Trials Motor, 628, 666, 669, 685, 766

\ auxhall Bridge, 540

Vehicles, Self-Propelled, 736. See Cars, Motor

\ entilating Mines, 553

Venturi Meter, 313

Vickers’ Guns, 622

Vieille Montagne, 670

Vologda-Archangel Railway, 53

Volunteer Corps of Electrical Engineers 183

Wagons (Historical), Midland Railway, 707

' 628’ 6681 885- See 700 s" Cars,

wa!!"I’n1or I!'ett0rin" Machine, 512 vvallsall Boiler Explosion, 614 Warehouse Protection, 519

Warships: A mentH653garian WMShip EIectrical Equip-

Chilian Cruiser •• O’Higgins” (Elswick), 662

War* l> iP*—continued.

Dutch Cruisers “ Holland.” " Friesland ”

• (Yarrow), WateJSSbT^

H.M. Cruiser “ Adriane ” (Clvdebank) 548 H.M. Cruiser “ Diadem.” Trials (Fairfield

Company). 83, 119, 149, 213, 407 414"

CrUiSer “ He™«* ” (Fair-

H.M.8. “Albion ’’(Thames Iron Works) 7fn H.M.S. Creasy Cruisers, 372"

H.MJS. “Europa,” Machinery (Clydebank), H.M.S. “ Illustrious" Gun and Steam Trials 343’

Japan, Sea Power of, 635

Japan, Ships Building for, 547

Japanese Battleship “ Yashima,” Steering of

Japanese Cruiser “ Akashi,” 43

Naval Annual, 651

Russian Imperial Yacht “ Standart” (R,,r meister and Wain), 123, 173'

Spanish Battleship “ Pelayo,” 501

SlXiS!L<V’?.-irr • C7st<’b’al Colon "(Ansaldo) 20b, 249, 2/2. See Lkttkrs'*

United States Cruiser “Maine,” Explosion 2kS 51)1, 650. 687, 716, 752,782. See 0

United States Ships and Power for Auxiliary Engines, 156•

United States Submarine Torpedo Boats 457 I nited States Submerged Torpedo-Boat (ilol.

land’s), 543'

Washers for Ore, 392

Waste of Shipping, 86

Water-Gauge Cock Cleaner, Watson’s, 25

Water-Gauge Fittings (Winn and Co.). 89 Spa Erratum, 145. 236’

Water Hammer in Pipes, 758

Water-Power on the Rhine, Utilisation of. 297

Water-Purifying Plant, 108

Water, Seeing under, 471

Water, Softening. 670. 757, 736, 758, 795

Water Supply and Health, 181

Water Supply, London, 152

Water-Tube Boiler, Cahall, 315

Water-Tube Boiler, Hay thorn’s. 693

Water-Tube Boiler Regulator, Thornvcroft 347 Water-Tube Boiler (Yarrow) in Dutch Cruiser

Water-Tube Boilers, Belleville, in “Diadem” 83, 119, 149, 213, 407. 444 ’

Water-Tulie Boilers. Belleville, Russian Yacht | “ Standart,” 123, 173

W ater-Tube Boilers, Circulation in, 377, 508 , Water-Tube Boilers, Niclausse, in Spanish Battleship “ Pelayo,” 504

Water-Tube Boilers, Yarrow’s (Circulation). 411 426. See 465, 598

Watson’s Safety Water-Gauge Cock Cleaner, 25 Wave-Making, Horse-Power Absorbed in Skin friction and, 421, 420, 425, 444, 477, 511, 610

Waves, Oscillation of Ships on, 453

Weather, 19. 182, 310, 437

I Weather Influence on Crops, 87

Webbs l/ocomotive Performances, 20

W’ednesbury, Boiler Explosion at, 643

Well Boring, 506

Wellman’s Charging Machine for Iron Ore, 397

West, Mr. Thomas D., on Comparative Fusibility of Foundry Metals, 286, 319

West. Mr. Thomas D., on the Effects of Phosphorus on the Strength and Fusibility of Iron,

W49^?rn Austra,ian Go,(,» Kalgoorlie, Ac.,

W’estley’s Bearings for Rolls, 286

Wheels, M.v hineMoulded, 67, 131, 291, 525. 715.

See also 204

White Gas Engine, 153

White and Middleton Gas Engine. 76. See Lkttkrs

Who’s Who, 297

Widening Machine, Tapered Hole, 755

W ilhng’s British and Irish Press Guide, 297

W imshurst’s, Mr. James, Retirement, 54

W ind Pressure, Instrument for Measuring, 376

W ind and W eather in London, 756

Winding Machine (Wilson, Liverpool), 485

W Hidings for Dynamos, 227, 323

Windkiss and Capstan (Napier Brothers, Glasgow), 591

Wingfield's Straight-Line Boiler Diagrams, 508, 607

W’ire-Testing Machine, 173

Wireless Telegraphy, 602, 733

W’ooden Beams, 492

W’oolwich Ordnance Factory, 403

Work done in Hammering, 279

Works:

Kynoch's Ammunition Works, 270

Schneider’s Works, Creusot. See Schneider and Co.'x JI'orL*

Workers’ Conditions, 38

Workmen’s Compensation Act Handbook, 297 Workmen’s Compensation Act, 375, 607 W orld’s Railways, 327

Wrench and Drill Combined, Ratchet, 57

Yacht Engines, ” Sovereign,” 335

)acht “Standart,” Russian Imperial (Burmeister amrWain), 173

Yangtsi Kiang Steamers, 667

Yarrow Boiler in Dutch Cmiser, 702

Yarrow Water-Tube Boiler Circulation, 411, 426.

, See 465, 508

Yarrow’s Boat and United Suites Reporters, 531

i oshima, Steering of Japanese Battleship, 456 i ear-Books and Annuals, 104, 154, 295, 333 Yokohama Harbour and Engineering Works, 668 Zeeman, Effects on Metals, 158 Ziegler-Hager Tacheograph, 55b

Zinc, Electrolytic, s5, 154. See Lkttkhs zmr at \ iclle Montagne, 670

Zurich Telephone Station Fire, 438

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