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Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: General Index.
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Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: General Index.
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Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: General Index.
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Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Index

Abattoir, Berlin, Refrigerating Plant, 743, 839

Accident on H.M.S. “ Bullfinch,” 179. See also 163 and Letter, 223

Accidents, Railway, in 1903, 822. See also Railway and Letters

Account-Keeping. See Municipal Trading

Acquirement, London Water-Works, 544

Acts of Parliament. See Legal

Addenbrooke, Mr. G. L., on the Cost of Electric

Energy, 773. See. Letters, Cost of Electric Energy

Administration of the Smoke Act, 5

Admiralty Expenditure, 303, 333, 366

Admiralty and Private Warship Design, 505.

See also 71, 425, 438, 473

Admiralty Problems. See Navy and Warships

Advertisements and Trade Libels, 823

Aerial Soundings in Denmark and Germany, 234

Aerial Suspension Cable-Ways, 580

Aerodynamics, Research on, 579, 639. See also Air and Gases

Africa. See also South Africa

African Railways ; Lagos, 546

Agricultural Society’s Show, 894

Air and its Action Treated Experimentally and Mathematically, 165. See also 590, 639

Air-Friction Experiments, 30. See also Gases

Air-Lift Pump, 25, 58, 59, 135, 166, 192, 223, 296, 340, 502, 615

Air Observations by Kites, 270

Air Resistance of Plane Surfaces, 30

“Airedale” Exhaust-Steam Heater, 583

Alcohol for Technical Purposes, 857

Alexander, Mr. A. D., and Bairstow, Mr. L., on Gas Explosions, 374

Allan, The late Sir William, 25

Allis-Chalmers Engine at St. Louis Exhibition, 886

Alloys of Copper and Arsenic, 618

Alloys, Heat Treatment of Steel, 118, 138, 142, 170, 184, 205, 231, 239, 289, 671, 727 See Letters

Alloys, Iron Carbon, Solidification of, 707

Alloys, Light Aluminium, 58

Alloys Research Committee’s Report, Mechanical Engineers. See Heat Treatment of Steel

Alternate-Current Motor, Lamme Single-Phase, 509. See 20, 687

Alternators. See Electric

Aluminium Alloys, Light, 58

Aluminium for Welding ; Thermit, 266

America, British Engineers’ Visit to, 506

America. See also United States

American Anthracite Productions, 199

American Educational Systems, 539. See Letters

American Electricity and Law, 630

American Fires, 720

American Iron Production, 265

American Iron and Steel Exports, 615

American Iron Trade, 98, 471, 855

American Iron Warrants, 436

American Locomotives at the St. Louis Exhibition, 757, 789, 805, 843, 878. See also Locomotives and St. Louis Exhibition

American Machine-Tools. See Machine-Tools

American Paddle-Steamer, Deepening, 191

American Railway Block-Signalling, Compulsory, 199

American Shipping, 854

American Shipping Subsidies, 685

American Steam Navigation, 521

American Steel Trust, Competition and, 433

Ancient Tilting-Hammer in Somersetshire, 761. See Letters

Andrews’s Steam-Heaters and Evaporators, 725

Anglo-Japanese Locomotive and Engineering

Company, Limited, 792

Annuals. See Literature

Ansaldo’s Cruisers for Japan, 124

Anthracine, Electrolytic Oxidation of, 731

Anthracite Production in America, 199

Antimony. See Metal-Price Diagram

“ Antrim,” Twin-Screw Steamer, for Midland

Railway, 434, 645, 651. See 858

Antwerp Water Works, 735, 808

Applications of Steam-Turbines, 839, 863, 880.

See also Turbines, Steam

Appointments, Technical Civil Service, 579

Appreciation of Technical Education, 104, 135

Apprenticeship on the North-East Coast, 53

Apprenticeship. See Technical Education and Training

Arbitration, Compulsory, in Trade Disputes, 853

Arbitration, Compulsory, in Australia, 543

Argentine Railway Progress, 793

Armament of Warships. See H.M.S.“ Triumph”

Armoured Concrete Floor Beams, Siegwart, 150

Armoured Concrete Reservoir, 808

Armoured Concrete, Test of Truss, 557

Armoured Cruisers. See Warships

Armour Distribution in Battleships. See H. M. S. ‘ ‘ Triumph ”

Armstrong’s Rivet-Heating Furnace, 105

Artificers, Training of Engine-Room, 569

Artificial Sandstone, Manufacture of, 372

Artillery. See Guns and H.M.S. “ Triumph ”

“ Assaye,” P. and O. S.S.; Bow Damaged after Collision, 644

Assessment of a Miner’s Wages, 383

Astronomical Exhibits at the Royal Society’s Soiree, 701, 891. See 593, 663

Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Four-

Cylinder Compound Locomotive (Baldwin), 360

Atlantic Liner Passengers, 198

Atlantic Liners, 25-Knot Cunard, 469, 651

Atlantic Steamers* Speed, 897

Atmospheric Resistance of High-Speed Trains, 788

Australia, Western, Compulsory Arbitration in, 543

Australia, Western, Lccomotive for, 296

Australian Commonwealth Patents, 429, 502

Australian Government Railways, 755 ; South

Australia, 265 ; Queensland, 748 ; Victoria, 508

Australian Labour Government, 822

Auto-Car. See Cars, Motor-Cars, and Self-Propelled

Automatic Gas-Pump, 695

Automobiles. See Motor-Cars

Autumn Mists, Cause of, 582

Bacteria in Estuary of the Thames, 541, 577

Bacteria and Sewage, 541, 577

Bairstow, L., and Alexander, A. D., on Gas Explosions, 374

Baker, Engineer-Lieutenant E. F., on Management of Belleville Boilers. 36, 619

Baldwin Locomotive, Four-Cylinder Compound, for the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa F6 Railway, 360

Baldwin Locomotives at the St. Louis Exhibition, 805. See also 757, 789, 843, 873

Balloon Explosion, 721

Baltimore Fire, 368

Bar Rolling-Mill Plant. Wire-Rod and (Recent Progress), 776. See Erratum, 885

Barbette Mountings for Guns. See H.M.S.

“ Triumph ”

Barking Creek, Opening-Bridge at, 317

Barrages Across the Nile, 448

Barrel formed in Press, 132

Barrow-in-Furness, Ramsden Dock, Lowering Sill of, 499

Barrow-in-Furness Shipbuilding, 102. See also

11, 62, 133, 152, 230, 245

Bascule Bridge over Barking Creek, 317

Batteries. See Electric

Battleships. See Warships

Beach Erosion by Sea Action, 30

Belgian and English Rail Exports, 273

Belgian Iron Company, 29

Belgium, Coal in, 314

Bell, C. Lowthian, on the Manufacture of Coke in the Huessener Coke-Oven, 690, 706

“ Bellerophon,” Floating Workshop at Devon-port, 569

Belleville Boilers, Management at Sea of, 619

Benzine Fires, 792

Berlin Abattoir Refrigerating Plant, 743, 839

Berlin Electric Testing-Car, 338

Berlin, Technical Testing-Station at, 100

Berlin, Type Printing Telegraphs in, 510

Bermondsey and Marylebone Clauses, Electric Lighting Bills, 857

Bertsch, J. C., on Standard Unit of Refrigeration, 109

Bickford, J. S. V., on Liquid-Fuel Burners, 523, 594

Bills in Parliament, Opposition to Private, 542

Blast-Furnace Iron Cast Direct as Tunnel Segments, 855

Blast-Furnace Gas-Engines. See Engines, Gas

Block Signalling in America, Compulsory (Railway), 199

Bloemendal, A. J., on a 20,000-Volt Power Transmission Plant, 285

Blount, Bertram, on Recent Advances in Electro-Chemistry, 368, 401, 472. See 847

Blower for Cupola, 766

Blowing-Engines. See Engines, Bloiving

Blyth and Whitby Shipbuilding, 64

Board of Trade and Marine Engineers, 787. See Letters

Board of Trade. Reform (Ministry of Commerce and Industry), 891

Boat. See Launch

Boiler, Corrugated Flue (Litigation), 755. See Letter, 793

Boiler, Ellis and Eaves Induced-Draught System for, 637

Boiler Explosion at Dorchester, 277

Boiler Explosion at Motherwell, 312

Boiler Explosion at St. Blazey, 835

Boiler Explosions, Statistics of, 197

Boiler, Fatal, Explosion, Locomotive, 764

Boiler Feed-Water ; Davies-Perrett System of Oil-Separation, 849

Boiler, Furnace, Control Apparatus, 629, 688

Boiler Furnace Litigation, 755. See Letter, 793

Boiler for Motor-Wagons, Calthrop and Brewer’s, 373

Boiler, Navy. See Navy Boilers and Water-Tube

Boiler, Physics of, 218

Boiler-Plate, Heat Transference, 1

Boilers of Locomotives. See Locomotives

Boilers, Manchester Steam-Users’ Association and, 859

Boilers, Water-Tube. See Water-Tube Boilers

Book-Keeping. See Municipal Trading

Books Received, 5, 150, 219, 282, 355, 522, 628, 781

Boring-Machines. See Machine-Tools

Borsig’s Works in Germany : Air-Cooling Plant at Berlin Abattoir, 743, 839

Berlin Municipal Abattoir, 743, 839

Cold-Air Plant at Berlin Abattoir, 743, 839 Compressor for Sulphurous Acid Refrigerating Plant, 743, 859

Bo raid's Works in Germany—continued. Condensers, Sulphurous Acid, for Refrigerating Plant, 743, 839

Cylinder and Valve Details of Steam-Engine, 525

Engine, Horizontal Four-Cylinder TripleExpansion at Borsigwerk, 525

Engine, Steam, 525

Ice Machinery at Berlin Abattoir, 743, 839

Locomotives, Typical, 41. See 66, 135

Mammoth Pumps, 603

Oechelhaeuser Gas-Engine, 603

Piston-Valve and Cylinder Details of Steam-Engine, 525

Prussian State Railway Express Locomotive,

41, 66. See 135

Pumping-Engine at Hamburg Water Works, 525. See Erratum, 889

Pumps, Mammoth, 603

Refrigerating Plant at the Berlin Abattoir, 743, 839

Steam-Engine Practice, 525

Sulphurous-Acid Anhydrous Refrigerating

Plant, 743, 839

Superheaters for Locomotives, 41

Superheaters for Water-Tube Boiler, 675.

See 135

Valve and Cylinder Details of Locomotives,

42. See 135

Water-Tube Boiler and Superheater, 675

Bow Damaged after Collision of P. and 0. S.S.

“ Assaye,” 644

Bradford Feed-Pump (Thwaites), 274

Bradford Industrial Exhibition, 651, 684

Bradford Sewage and West Riding Rivers, 451, 877

Brakes, Trials of Quick-Acting, 327

Brassey, Lord, on Merchant Cruisers and Steamship Subsidies, 440, 454, 487

Bridge-Building Cableway over the Zambesi River, Poole’s Electric, 572

Bridge Competition, International (Nile), 682

Bridge, Erection of Iron, 359

Bridge, Opening, over Barking Creek, 317

Bridge, Railway, over the Clyde at Uddingston, 837

Bridge, Test of Ferro-Concrete, 557

Bridges, Design of Suspension, 97

Briquettes, The Manufacture of Pig Iron from, at Herrang, 670

British Columbia, Mineral Wealth of, 897

British Engineers’ Visit to America, 506. See also Mechanical Engineers

British Industrial and Social Progress, 200

British Naval Officers’ Training, 299

British Navy Estimates, 303, 333. See also 366

British Railway Accidents in 1903, 822

British Railway Construction, 308

British Railway Results, 717

British Shipping, 337

British Warships. See Warships

Broadwood and Sons’ Pianoforte Factory, 200

Brotherhood 150-Horse-Power Electric Lighting

Engine for Royal Navy, 530

Bruhn, Dr. J., on the Transverse Strength of Ships, 493, 584

Brussels Town-Refuse Destructor, 830, 839. See also 797 and Letters

Buenos Ayrean Railway Progress, 793

Buffer for Mineral Wagons, Turton’s, 689

Building Material Fire Test, 651

Buildings, Power Plant for Tall, 881

Buildings, Steel ; Baltimore Fire, 368

“ Bullfinch ” Connecting-Rod ; Accident, 179.

See also 163 and Letter, 223

Burchard’s Finger-Guard for Punching-Presses, 583

Burners for Liquid Fuel, 523, 594

Burning Town Refuse, 797,830,839. See Letters

Burntisland Harbour, Construction of, 499

Butlin’s Works ; Castings Direct from Blast-Furnace, 856

Cable-Laying Steamer “Stephan,” 423, 498

Cable-Manufacturing Works (Glover), 5

Cables, Lossrs in the Sheaths of Alternating-Current, 610

Cables, Telegraph Company, 272, 761. See also Submarine

Cableway over the Zambesi River, Poole’s, 572

Cableways, Aerial Suspension, 580

Cairo, Nile Bridges at, 682

Calcutta, Smoke Nuisance in, 24

Caledonian Railway Bridge over the Clyde at Uddingston, 837

Calendars. See Literature

Callendar, Professor H. L., on Electric Measurement of Temperatures, 336, 370, 402

Calthrop and Brewer’s Boiler for Motor-Wagons, 373

Canada in the Twentieth Century, 354

Canadian Grand Trunk Railway Extension, 404

Canadian Railway Expansion, 491

Canal and Railway Plans in Sweden, 759

Cape Government Railway Locomotive with Superheaters, 113. See Letter, 166

Capitaine’s Crank-Pin Turning-Machine, 219

Capital Invested in Electrical Undertakings, 335

Capp, J. A., on the Electric Conductivity of

Steel with Special Reference to Conductor-Rails, 274

Capstan Lathe. See Machine-Tools

Car, Electric Self-Propelled Railway, North-Eastern Railway (Wolseley Company), 15, 572

Car, Self-Propelled, for the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 635

Car, Self-Propelled, for the Taff Vale Railway, 48 Car-Testing on the Berlin Tramways, 338 Carbonic-Acid Measuring Apparatus, 629, 688 Carburettor for Napier Motor-Car, 256 Cargo and Intermediate Steamers, 537

Carriage, Self-Propelled. See Car and Motor-Car Carriage Works, Wolverton, London and North

Western Railway, 453

Carriages, Queensland Railway, 534. See 748

Carriages, Saloon, Royal Train, London and North-Western Railway, 92

Carriages. See also Cars, Motor Cars, Railways, and Tramways

Caspian, New Naphtha District on the, 372

Cast Iron, Molecular Mobility of, 56

Cast-Iron Test-Bars, 409

Casting-Machines, 815

Casting Tunnel Segments Direct from the Blast-Furnace, 856

Catalogues, 34, 243, 314, 378, 406, 488, 511, 554, 590, 732, 760, 803, 828, 869. For names see Paragraph Index

Caulking-Machine for Pipe, O’Neil’s, 605

Cement Concrete for Protecting Steel from Corrosion, 132

Cement Grouting at the Nile Barrage, 448

Cement, Portland, Manufacture, 217

Central Arragon Locomotive, 42. See 135

Central Station. See Power Station under Electric

Centrifugal Pump Spindles, Water-Packing for, 105, 166

Change-Speed Gear, Motor-Car, 238, 256

Chassis. See Motor-Car

Chatham Dock Pumping Machinery, 294

Chemical and Metallurgical Industries in Spain, 382

Chemical Theories, 646, 824

Chemistry, Electro, Advances in, 368, 401, 472

Chemistry Exhibits at the Royal Society Soiree, 701, 893

Chicago Theatre. Fire, 54, 283

Chilian Battleship “Libertad.” See II.M.S.

“ Triumph”

China Railway, 630

Chinese Patents and Trade-Marks, 723

Civil Engineers, Institution of : The Resistance of Plane Surfaces in a Uniform Current of Air, by Mr. D. E. Stanton, 30

Causes of the Loss of Beaches and an Outline of Coast Defence, by Mr. F. W. Cable, 30

Action of the Sea upon the Foreshore, by Mr. Cecil Bertram Case, 30

The Electrical Reconstruction of the South London Tramways on the Conduit System, by Mr. Alexander Millar, 155

The Sanding-Up of Tidal Harbours, by Mr.

A. E. Carey, 201

Metallurgy as Applied to Engineering, by Mr. A. P. Head, 244

The Tonnage Laws and the Assessment of Harbour Dues and Charges, by Mr. II. H. West, 273

Turbines for Low Falls, by Mr. A. Steiger, 304

The Erection of Iron Bridges, by Mr. R. H. Scholefield, 359

The Construction of Railway Wagons in Steel, by Mr. J D. Twinberr w, 376

Construction of Iron and Steel Railway Wagons, by Mr. A. L. Shackleford, 376

Iron and Steel Railway Wagons of High Capacity, by Mr. J. T. Jepson, 376

The Use of Cement Grout at the Delta Barrage in Egypt, by Major Sir R. Hanbury Brown, 448

Barrage across the Nile at Asyut, by Mr. G. H. Stephens, 448

Lowering the Sill of the Ramsden Dock, Barrow-in-Furness, by Mr. L. H. Savile, 499

Burnt Island Harbour, Construction of the East Dock, by Mr. R. Henderson, 499

Recent Developments in Cargo and Intermediate Steamers, by Mr. E. W. De Rusett, 537

Aerial Suspension Cableways, by Mr. J. M. Henderson, 580

James Forrest Lecture on Internal-Combustion Motors, by Mr. Dugald Clerk, 623, 657, 696, See Letters

Conversazione, 856

Civil Service Appointments, Technical, 579

Cleaning and Painting Ships, Redman’s Plant for, 638

Clerk, Dugald, on Internal Combustion Motors, 623, 657, 696. See Letters

Cleveland Iron. See Metal-Price Diagrams

Cleveland and Northern Counties, Notes from, 16, 50, 103, 126, 159, 193, 226, 268, 305, 330, 362, 394, 430, 474, 503, 532, ,581, 607, 643, 678, 715, 750, 784, 818, 851, 888

Clyde Railway Bridge at Uddingston, 837

Clyde Shipbuilding, 133. See also 11, 62, 100, 152, 230, 545

Coal in Belgium, 314

Coal-Gas. See Gas

Coal and Gold in New Zealand, 201

Coal Production in America, 199

C( al in Siberia, 547

Coal, United States, 825

Cockerill Company, 29

Cockerill System Gas-Driven Blowing-Engijne, 326, 898

Cofferdam for Constructing Railway Bridge, 837

Coherence and Re-coherence, 863

Coke Manufacture in the Huessener Oven, 690, 706

Cold-Air Plant at Berlin Abattoir, 743, 839

College. See Technical

Collieries under Highways, 525

Colliery Pumping-Plant in Japan, 151

Collision. See Railway Accidents

Collision of P. and O. S.S. “ Assaye,” 644

Colonial Railways. See Australian Railways and African Railways

Colour Photography, 695

Combines. See Trusts

Commerce of Japan, Foreign, 828

Commerce, Ministry of, 891

Commercial Correspondence, 60

Commercial Tests of Material, 377

Companies’ Liabilities. See Legal

Company Law in 1903, 264

Compensation Cases. See Legal

Compensation and Conciliation, Workmen’s, 612

Compensation, Law of, 55

Compensation Law under Lands Act, 218

Competition of Railways and Tramways, 263

Compositions, Ships’, 495, 518, 535

Compound Cornish Cycle Pumping-Engine, 391

Compound Engines. See Engines

Compound Locomotive. See also Locomotives

Compound Locomotives, French, 417,442,477,560

Compounds and Elements, 646

Compression and Diffusion of Metal, 300

Compressor for Sulphurous Acid Refrigerating Plant, 743, 839

Compulsory Arbitration in Trade Disputes, 853

Compulsory Arbitration in Western Australia, 543

Compulsory Purchase and Arbitration. See Legal

Compulsory Purchase of Tramways, 720

Conciliation and Compensation, Workmen’s, 612

Concrete, Armoured, Floor-Beams, Siegwart, 150

Concrete, Ferro-; Test of Truss, 557

Concrete, Ferro, for Water Reservoirs, Antwerp, 808. See also 735

Condenser Strength and the Board of Trade, 787. See Letters

Condensers, Sulphurous Acid, for Refrigerating Plant, 743, 839

Conductivity. See also Electric

Conductivity, Electric, of Solutions of Radium Bromide, 827

Conductivity of Heat of Boiler Plates, 1

Conduit System of Electric Tramways, 155

Congress, Engineering. See Mechanical Engineers

Congress, French Water Power, 521

Connecting-Rod Accident to “Bullfinch,” 179.

See 163 and Letter, 223

“ Constitution,” Chilian Battleship. See II.M.S. , “ Triumph ”

Contraband Ships in War Time, 130

Contract, Financial, Shipbuilding, 403

Contracts, Penalty Clauses in, 757

Contracts in Restraint of Trade, 2

Contraction of Jets, 350

Control of Furnace-Combustion, 629,. 688

Conversazione of Institution of Civil Engineers, 856

Cooling Curves and.Explosion Curves of London Coal Gas, 623, 657, 696. See Letters. Internal-Combustion Engines

Cooling Plant, Berlin Abattoir, 743, 839

Copenhagen, Railway Station for, New Central, 792

Copper and Arsenic, Alloys of, 618

Copper Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams

Copper Supplies, 131

Cornish Cycle Pumping-Engine, 391

“ Corona,” T.-S.S., for Northern Nigeria, 156

Corrosion, Protection of Steel from, 132

Corrugated Flues for Boiler (Litigation), 755.

See Letter, 793

Cost of British Railways, 717

Cost of Electric Energy, 365,773. See Letters

Cost of Metal in United States, 825

Cost of Public Street Lighting, 359

Cotton Machinery Exhibit at St. Louis (Platt Brothers and Co., Limited, Oldham), 369

County Cruisers’ Engines (Hawthorn and Leslie), 675

Coupling, The Newman Universal Joint and, 425

Crane, Electric Travelling (Niles-Bement-Pond), 307

Crane, Hydraulic, at the Tower Wharf, London, 224

Crane Navvy (Ruston, Proctor, and Co.), 816

Crane. See also Electric

Crane, Travelling, at Vulcan Shipyard, Stettin, 712

Cranes, Hydraulic versus Electric, 882, 905

Cruisers. See Warships

Cryogenic Laboratory at Leiden, 323, 349

Crystalline Structure of Metals. See Heat Treatment ♦

Cunard Atlantic Liners, 469, 651

Cupola Fan Power, 766

Curtis Steam-Turbine, 181. See Letter, 270

Cylinder and Valve Details, Steam-Engine, 525

Damaged Bow of P. and O. S.S. “ Assaye ” after

Collision, 644

Dams, Reservoir, 892

Dams, Sludging of, 842

Danish Railway Steam-Ferry, 827

Davies-Perrett Electric System of Oil-Separation, 849

De Laval Steam-Turbine, 846, 880

Decking for Bridges. See Bridges

Deepening a Steamer, 191

Deighton Corrugated Flue (Litigation), 755.

See Letter, 793

Denmark and Germany, Aerial Soundings in, 234

Depreciation and Sinking Fund. See Municipal and Tramways

Derailments. See Railway Accidents

Design of Bridges, 97, 682

Design of Electric Stations, 648

Design of Suspension Bridges, 97

Design of Warships. See If.M.S. “ Triumph ”

Destroyers. See Warships

Destructor, Military Refuse, 830, 839

Destructor, Portable Refuse, 830

Destructors for Refuse, 797, 830, 839. See

Letters

Destructors, Refuse, and Electricity Station,

192, 340

Diagram of Naval Expenditure of Principal Powers, 366. See also 303, 333

Diagram of Petrol-Engine, 402

Diagrams of Gas-Engine Explosion, 374

Diagrams, Metal-Price, 26, 60, 201, 310, 512, 652, 794

Diagrams, Some Hints on Preparation of, 376

Diamond-Mining, South African, 28

Diaries. See Literature

Die-Cutting Machines and Tools, 9, 44, 122

Diffraction and Interference, 208

Diffraction Theory of the Microscope, 695

Diffusion and Compression of Metal, 300

Digger, Steam (Ruston-Proctor), 816

Dilatometer, A New, 375

Direct-Fired Superheater at the Antwerp Water Works (Easton and Co., Limited, Erith), 735, 808

Direct United States Cable Company, 272

Directory. See Literature

Dissociation, Electrolytic, 824. See Erratum, 850

Distribution of Oil, Impending Changes in, 403

Distribution, Power, Legal Restrictions on, 759

Dock Construction at Barrow-in-Furness and

Burntisland, 499

Dock, Floating, at Hamburg, 222

Dock Power Plant, Middlesbrough, 882, 905

Dock, Pumping Machinery at Chatham, 294

Dockyards, Premium System in Government, 339

Dome of 40-In. Telescope, Yerkes Observatory, 593, 653

“Donegal,” Twin-Screw Steamer, for Midland

Railway, 434, 645, 651. See also 858

Dorchester, Boiler Explosion at, 277

Dowson Suction Plant for Gas-Engines, 623, 657,

696. See Letters : Internal-Combustion En

gines

Drainage of Area for Reservoir, 892

Draught, Induced System (Ellis and Eaves) for

Marine and Lancashire Boilers, 637

Drawing-Board, Lester’s Transparent, 861

Drawing Metal Barrels, 132

Drawing-Table, The Welamsson, 355

Drill, Rock, “ Drillibite,” 169

“ Drillibite” Hand Rock-Drill, 169

Drilling-Machine. See Machine-Tools

Duprd, Dr., and Lloyd, Captain, on Explosions of Ferro-Silicon, 670, 694

Dynamo. See Electric

East London and Lower Thames Power Scheme, 614

Eastern Extension, Australasia, and China Telegraph Company, Limited, 272, 761

Eastern Telegraph Company, Limited, 272

Easton and Co.’s Pumping-Engines at the

Antwerp Water Works, 735, 808

Economy of Throttling Steam, 615

Edison Phonograph Works, Orange, N.J., 871

Education, Mosely - Commission, 539. See

LETTERS

Education. See Technical and Training

Education of Tool-Smiths, 166

Egypt and Soudan Progress, 634. See 448

Egyptian Government Bridge Competition, 682

Elastic Properties of Solids, 789

Electric* See also Electrical Enj inters, Institution of, and Faraday Society

Alternating Current Traction, 20, 509, 687

Ammeter for Measuring Small Alternating

Currents, 499, 893

Battery, Primary, 618

Cable-Manufacturing Works, Glover’s, 5

Cableway over the Zambesi River, Poole’s, 572

Cables, Losses in the Sheaths of Alternating Current, 610

Carriages, Railway, Lancashire and Yorkshire, 48, 386. See Letters, 166, 615

Cars. See Motor-Cars

Circuits, Electric and Magnetic, 354

Conductivity of Solutions of Radium

Bromide, 827

Conductivity of Steel Rails, 274

Congress in France on Water-Power, 521

Controller, Electric Railway-Car, 48, 386.

See Letters, 166, 615

Cost of Energy in Stations of Various Sizes, 365, 773. See Letters

Crane, Travelling (Niles-Bement-Pond Company), 307

Crane, Travelling Shipyard, at the Vulcan

Works, Stettin (Stuckenholz), 712

Cranes, Hydraulic versus .Electric, 882, 905 Cryogenic Laboratory at Leiden, 323, 349 Current-Measuring Instruments, 727

Dynamo. See also Alternators and Generators

Dynamo, Tangye’s Enclosed Engine and, 356 Economy of Large Stations, 365, 773. See

Letters : Cost of Electric Energy

Electro-Chemistry, Mr. B. Blount on, 368, 401, 472

Electrolysis (Faraday Society), 487, 618, 731, 847

Electrolytic Dissociation, Development of Theory of, 824. See Erratum, 850

Electrolytic Stripping Process, 337

Electroscope, Portable, 376

Elevator. See Lifts

Engine and Dynamo, Tangye’s Enclosed, 356

Engine, 5000-Horse-Power, and Generator, 3500 - Kilowatt (Allis-Chalmers Company and Bullock Company), 886

Financial Results in Companies, &c., 335

Furnace, 368, 401, 472,847

Generating Stations, 365, 510

Generator, 3500-Kilowatt Three-Phase, and 5000-Horse-Power Engine (Bullock Company and Allis-Chalmers), 886

Electric—continued.

Generators, Electric shire Railway), 48,

(Lancashire and York-386. See Letters, 166,

615

Hoist, Travelling (Niles-Bement-Pond Company, Ohio), 307. See also

Hoists, Electric versus Hydraulic, 881

Hydro-Electric Installation at Newry, 338 Inductances, Measuring Small, 498 Instruments, 282, 376, 471, 498, 499, 72/, 893 Lamme Single-Phase Motor, 509. See 20 and

687

Lighting (Amendment) Bill, 681

Lighting - Engines, 150 - Horse - Power, for British Naval Ships, 530

Lines of Force, 25

Locomotives at St. Louis Exhibition (Baldwin), 873

London and Lower Thames Power Scheme, 614

Magnetic Circuits, 354

Magnetic Effects, 862

Magnetic Tests of Whole Sheets of Iron, 145 Magnetism. See Faraday Society Marienfeldeand Zossen Electric Railway, 788 Measurement Instruments, 282, 471, 498,499, 727, 893

Measurement of Temperature, 336, 370, 402

Mines. Electricity in, 195, 214, 403. See Erratum, 235, and Letter, 297

Motor, Electric Railway, Car, 48, 386. See Letters, 166, 615

Motor Speeds and their Design, 403, 407

Motors, Continuous Current, 281

Motors, Single-Phase. See Single-Phase

Municipal Control; Bermondsey and Maryle-bone Clauses, 857

Oil-Separation System, Davies-Perrett, 849 Power Distribution ; Legal Restrictions, 759 Power Plant at the London and North- I

Western Railway Carriage Works, Wolverton, 453

Power Plant, Middlesbrough Docks, 882, 905 Power Plant at St. Louis. See St. Louis Power Plant for Tall Office Buildings, 881 Power Scheme, London and Lower Thames,

614

Power Station at Broad wood’s Pianoforte Factory, 200

Power Station Design, by Messrs. C. II.

Merz and W. McLellan, 648

Power Station for Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 48, 386. See Letters, 166, 615

Power Stations, Cost of, 365, 772. See Letters : Cost of Electric Energy

Power Transmission in Mexico, 825

Power-Transmission Plant, 20,000-Volt, at

Lebring, Austria, 285

Power Transmission in Worksand Factories, 686

McLellan, 648

Primary Cells, 618

Progress of Electricity, 335

Radiations, Energy of Secondary Rontgen, 499 T

Rail-Conductors, 48, 274, 386. See Letters, 166, 615

Rail-Joints, 125

Rail-Steel, Conductivity of, 274

Railway Electrification, Lancashire and Yorkshire, 48, 386. See Letters, 166, 615 Railway, Electrification of North-Eastern, 473

Railway, Great Northern and City, 99

Railway, Single-Phase Electric, 20, 509, 687

Railway, Swedish Electric, 99

Rating of Undertakings, 149

Self-Propelled Car for the North-Eastern Railway (Wolseley Company), 15, 572

Single-Phase Traction, 20, 509, 687

St. Louis Exhibition. See St. Louis

Steel Conductivity, 274

Street Lighting, Cost of, 359

Switchboard and Connections for 20,000-Volt Power Transmission Plant, 285

Switchboard Instrument, Direct-Reading, 471. See also Instrument

Telegraph, Type-Printing, 510. See also Telegraph

Telegraphone, 338

Telegraphy and Telephony, 354

Telephone Exchange, New Holborn, 828

Telephone Line Construction, 149

Test-House Equipment, 576, 589

Testing at the National Physical Laboratory, 415

Thermometric Measurement, 336, 370, 402

Traction with Alternating Currents, 20, 509, 687

Train for the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway^ 48

Trains, Resistance of High-Speed, 788

Tramway Competition versus Railway, 263

Tramway Compulsory Purchase, Legal, 720

Tramway Construction, 219. See also Tram-way

Tramway Results, Liverpool, 510

Tramway Running Powers, 857

Tramway Service and Running Powers, 579

Tramway Subway in London, 303, 372

Tramway Testi ng-Car, 338

Tramways, Municipal, and the Assent of Local Authorities, 162

Tramways, South London, 155

Tramways, Surface-Contact, 58

Transformers and Line Support for 20,000-Volt Transmission, 285

United States, Electricity and Law in, 630

Water-Power Station at Newry, 328

Winding Engines, 214. See Erratum, 270

Winding-Engines, 403. See Letter, 297

Wireless Telegraphy and the War, 850

Wires, Tension of Telegraph, 759

Electrical Engineers, Institution of:

The Rated Speed of Electric Motors Affecting the Type to be Employed, Mr. H. M. Hobart, 403, 407

Direct-Reading Measuring-Instruments for Switchboard Use, by Mr. Kenehn Edg-cumbe and Mr. Franklin Punga, 471

Losses in the Sheaths of Alternating-Current Cables, by Mr. M. B. Field, 610

as

»>y

—— T\i Fnirineer*. Inst. E‘CpoweCr Station Design by Mr. C. H. Merz and Mr.W. klnmenT'of' the Parsons Steam* The Developnlen of Parsons and

WSSWKManin, 718 • Hiffh-Sneed Electric Railway

^Ten Marie^elde and Zossen, by Mr.

Alexander Siemens ,<88

i°S’ Measuring Temperatures,

336, 370, 402 United SwUSi 630

Elffity tn Mtaes, 195, 214, 403. See Erratuu,. Electricity Station and Refuse-Destructors, 192,

840 -n th? Liverpool and Southport

u~« Newcastle, 473 . , qrq 401 472

Electro-Chemistry Advances, 3oo»4^i,

of 824. See Erratum, 850. See uiu

Elements and Compounds, 646. bee 48/

&ndVeTlnd^ System Applied to Marine and Lancashire Boilers, 63,

Embankments, Reservoir, 892

Emerson, Harrington, on Rational Basis lor

Enqfioye’rs’^c'onfWential Relationship, 146 Enwlov&s and Masters’ Cases. See Legal Engine, Blowing, Gas-Driven (Cockenll System), Engfne, 650-Brake-Horse-l’ower Gas (Cockenll), Engine Connecting-Rod, Torpedo-Boat Destroyer “Bullfinch.” Accident to, 179. See 163 and T ftthr 223

Engine'Electrical (Allis-Chalmers Company),886 Engine, Fire, with Liquid Fuel, 151. See also EngineJ3as,l550-Brake-Horse-Power (Cockenll), 898

Engine, Gas-Driven Blowing (Cockerill System), with Sliding Air-Valves, 326

Engine, Gas (Oechelhauser), 603

Engine, Gas, Testing,~884

Engine, Gas (Vogt), 37 .

Engines, Gas, 623, 657, 696. See Letters : /n-ternal-Combustion Engines

Engines, Gas Explosions, Diagrams of, 3/4

Engines, Gas, Modern, 722

Engines, Gas and Oil for Driving Ships, 303, 460, 464. See Letters, 537, 616

Engines, Gas, Silencing, 60 .

Engine, Horizontal Four-Cylinder Triple-Expansion at Borsigwerk, 525

Engine, Petrol. See Motor-Car and Petrol _ Engine Piston, Morison’s Limit Ring for, 54 < Engine Piston-Rings, 61

Engine Piston-Rings, Ward’s Triplex, 653

Engine, Pumping, Cornish Cycle, 391

Engine, Pumping, at Hamburg, 525. See Erratum, 889

Engines, Pumping, at the Antwerp Water orks (Easton and Co., Limited, Erith), 735, 808

Engines, Pumping, at Japanese Colliery, 151 Engines, Pumping, for New Chatham Dock, 294 Engine-Room Artificers, Training of, 569 Engine. See also Locomotive Engine-Shafts. See Shafts

Engine, Stationary, at the St. Louis Exhibition, 738, 769

Engine, Steam and Dynamo (Tangyes), 356

Engine, Steam, 150-Horse-Power Electric Lighting, for Royal Navy, 530

Engines, Steam, 525

Engines, Steam, at Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 895

Engine Test-House Equipment, 576, 589

Engines, Fire. See Fire-Engine, 714

Engines, Marine, of H.M.S. “ Triumph,” 88, 90, 96. See Erratum, 127

Engines, Marine, Oil, 782

Engines, Marine Triple-Expansion, of H.M.SS. “Kent,” “Cornwall,” and “Lancaster” (Hawthorn, Leslie), 675

Engines, Marine, Triple-Expansion, of the Twin-Screw Cable-Laying Steamer “ Stephan,” 423, 498

Engines, Oil, 623, 657, 696. See Letters : Internal-Combustion Engines

Engines, Oil, at Agricultural Society’s Show, 896 Engines, Oil, for Launch, 782

Engines, Winding, Electric, 214. See Erratum, 270

Engines, Winding, Electric, 403. See Letter, 297 Engineer, Mining, Training of, 400

Engineers and the Board of Trade, 787. See Letters

Engineers, Institutions of. See Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Mining Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Naval Architects, Iron and Steel Institute, Physical Society, Faraday Society, and Society of Arts

Engineers, Naval, 59. See also Naval

Engineers’ Training. See Technical Education and Training

Engineers’ Visit to America, British, 506. See also Mechanical Engineers

Engineering Exhibits at St. Louis Exhibition.

See St. Louis Exhibition

Engineering Industry in Germany, 147

Engineering, Marine, in the United Kingdom,

11, 62, 100,133, 152,230, 545

Engineering Progress in Steel Works, 197

Engineering, Sanitary, 129

Engineering Standards Committee, 266, 267

Engineering Training on l he North-East < oast, 53 English and Belgian Rail Exports, 273

Equilibrium Stop-Valve (Green’s), 271. See Erratum, 297

Equipment of an Engine Test-House, 576, 589

Erection of Steel Bridges and Iron by Mr. R. IL Scholefield, 359

Estimates, Navy, 303, 333. See 366

EtMattearnd8fi28 Relation to the Constitution o

Evaporation of Water-Tube Boilers (Yan-ouA 90. See Erratum, 127 txanow)

Evaporators and Steam-Heaters (Andrews’s) 79-Excavating-Machine forTunnehs 194 8 72<

Excavator, Steam, 815

Exchange, London Telephone, 828 Exhaust, “ Airedale,” Steam Heater, 583 Exhibition, Bradford Industrial, 651 684

HallX’ M°t0I-Gar> at the Agricultura) Exhibition, Motor-Car, at Crystal Palace 253 Exhibition, Motor-Car, Paris, 23 ’

Exhibition, Printing and Stationery, 686 Exhibition of Pj rometers, 673. See 655 699 Exhibition. See also St Louis

E SPeen303U333°f Prin°ipal Naval Powe«. 366.

Ocu uUO, BOO ’

EXC466?t482Tank f°r TestinSShip Models, 455, EGPisSi567an6d93CO6°qrn8' °f London Coal

C^tion^es See LETTERS- lntM Explosions, Balloon, 721

H”s’ n?iIer- See Boiler Explosions Explosions, Diagrams of Gas, 374, 567, 623 696 Explosions of Ferro-Silicon, 670, 694 ’

FvSnrf1' ?rL1i^ids’ s^orino and Drawing Off, 132 Export, Machinery Packing for, 313 Export Merchants’ Directory, 223

Exposition. See Exhibition and St. Louis

Factories and Fire-Escapes, 791. See Lea al Factories’, Fire Risks in, 404

Factories, Power Transmission in, 686 Factory Cases. See Legal Fan Power for the Cupola, 766

Fai at!ay Society:

The Electrolytic Analysis of Gold, by Dr. F. Thin V v,and Mr‘ W’ Prebble, 487 Thin 1< 11m Electrolysis, and a Proposed Ap-

'^^487 Printi,lff’ Mr‘ Char’eS R‘ AJ? Hiorra° 618r and Arsenio> by Wr- Arthur EMrrFler‘p"nh « ijeW PrimarJ’ Cell, by E. G. P. Bousfield, 618

Aote on Determining- Accurately the Per-k of Oi!0ne in Cases not Dissociated field16d9rate H<3at’ by Mr' E‘ G- P- Bous‘

StFawiitt?73?°°Sity’ by Dr' CharIes E-Tby DnWperSS0" °f An‘hracine, The Electric Furnace ; its Origin, Transfor-

Mi‘net"847ld Applications> by Mr- Adolphe TGe P^eiiby, 847* “ Meta,S’ by Mr’

Fast-Cutting Tools’. See Tools, Steel

«S7

KoenXSHe8s;9errett Electrio System of Ferro-Concrete Floor Beams (Siegwart), 150 Ferro-Concrete Reservoir at Antwerp, 808 Ferro-Concrete Truss, Test of, 557 P Ferro-Silicon Explosions, 670, 694 rerry, Danish Railway Steam, 827

F1fi ?he introduction of High-

™ peering Workshops, 318

-B inns of Solids, Surface, 164

Finance of Ship-Building, 403

Finger-Guard, Burchard’s, for Punching-Presses,

Fire at Baltimore, 368

Fire at Chicago Theatre, 54, 283

Fire-Engine, Liquid-Fuel, 151

Fire-Engine, Motor-Driven (Merryweather), 714 Fire-Escapes and Factories (Legal ), 791 Fire-Extinguishment, Water Companies and, Fi105F 10at f°r Elswiok Works (Merry weather),

Fire-Launch, Merry weather, 714

Fire-Prevention on Board Ship, 498, 658

Fire Protective Organisations, 610 -B ire Risks in Factories, 404 Fire Test, Notable, 651 Fires in America, 720 Fires, Benzine, 792

Fires in Theatres, Prevention of, 452

Fish-Plates for Tramway Rails, 125

Fleet, Naval. See Warships

Fletcher Steam-Gauges, 292, 310, 342

Flexible Steam-Pipes, Harter’s, 137 Floating Dock at Hamburg, Off-Shore, 222 Floating Workshop “ Bellerophon,” at Devon-port, 569

Floor Beams, Siegwart Ferro-Concrete, 150 Ejues, Boiler, Corrugated, 755. See Letter, 793 1 luici Resistance and Ship-Propulsion : Exneri-mental Tank, 455, 459, 466, 482 1

gyroscopic Effect of, on Board Ship, 459, 484

Flywheels, Turning, 25

Foreshores, Sea Action on, 30

Forging, Hydraulic, in Steel Works, 197-Forging-Press, Steam Hydraulic, 677 Foundry Casting Direct from the Blast-Furnace, o55 ’

Foundry Casting Machines, 815 Foundry, Cupola, 766

Foundry, Steel, Hadfield’s, 577

Foundry, Steel, at Witton (Kynoch). 709

Foundry Work, 64, 107

French Railway Profile and Locomotive Performances, 417, 442, 477, 560

French Shipbuilding, 154

French Water-Power Congress, 521

. Friction of Air, Experiments, 30. See also Air and Gases

Froude, R. E., on Some Results of Model Experiments, 459, 466. See 455, 482

Furnace, Armstrong’s Rivet-Heating, 105 Furnace-Combustion, Control of, 629, 688 Furnace, Electric, 847. See also Blount r urnace-Gas Engines. See Engines, Gas

Furnaces, Corrugated, for Boiler (Litigation), <55. See Letter, 793

“ Gaggers ” and Green-Sand Moulds, 107. See 64

Garbage-Destructors, 797, 830, 839. See Letters Gas versus Electric Street Lighting, Cost of, 359 Gas-Engines. See Engines, Gas

Gas Explosions, Diagrams of, 374

Gas, London, Explosion and Cooling Curves of, 623, 657, 696. See Letters : Internal-Combustion Engines

Gas-Meters, Prepayment, 234, 270

Gas and Oil-Engines for Driving Ships, 303, 460, 464. See Letters, 537, 616, and Launch

Gas-Producers, French, 4. See 623, 657, 696

Gas-Pump, Automatic, 695

Gas Threads, 25, 60

Gases in Pipes, Motion of, 292, 310, 342

Gauge, Wood’s Water, 61. See Erratum, 104

Gauges, Limit, and Screw Threads, 473, 545

Gauges, Pressure, 292, 310, 342

Geipel Steam-Trap ; Patent Case, 236

German High Speed Railway (Resistance of Trains), 788

German Industries, 146

German Maritime Year-Book, 5. See Erratum. 155 ’

German Naval Architects’ Year-Book, 351

German Shipbuilding, 154

German Steel Trust, 510

German Telegraph Cable - Laying Steamer “ Stephan,” 423, 498

German Testing-Station, 100

German Wire-Rod and Rolling-Mill Plants, 776.

See Erratum, 885

Germany and Denmark, Aerial Soundings in, 234 8

Ghenry, M. E. J., on Notes on Pyrometry, 655,

Girder Bridges. See Bridges

Gjedser-Warnemunde Railway Steam-Ferry, 827 Glasgow, Notes from. See North, Notes from Glasgow Telephone Municipal Service, 719. See 754

Glover’s Cable Works, Manchester, 5

Gold in British Columbia, 897

Gold and Coal in New Zealand, 301

Goodman, Professor J., on the Contraction of Jets, 350

Government Dockyards, Premium System in, 339

Government, Labour, in Australia, 822

Government Railways, Westralia, 755

Government Railways, Queensland, 748

Government Railways, South Australian, 265

Government Railways, Victoria, 508

Government Specifications for India Rubber, 55 Governor, Pitman’s, for Pelton Wheels, 617 Gowland, Professor William, on the Heat Treat

ment of Steel, 118, 138, 142, 170, 184, 205, 231, 239, 289. See 671, 727, and Letters

Grand Trunk Railway Extension, 404

Graphite, Machinery for Working, 135

Great Northern and Brompton Railway ; Tunnel-ling-Machine, 194

Great Northern and City Railway, 99

Great Western Railway, High Speeds on, 612, 687 Green-Sand Mould, 64, 107

Green’s Equilibrium Stop - Valve, 271. See Erratum, 297

Grinding-Machines. See Machine-Tools

Guard, Finger, for Punching-Machine, 583 Gunboat. See Warships

Guns for British Warships, 780

Guns and Mountings. See II.M.S. “Triumph” Gyroscopic Effect of Flywheels on Board Ship, 459, 484

Hadfield’s Steel Works, Sheffield, 577

Hagen Change-Speed Gear, 238

Halifax Sewage and West Riding Rivers, 490, 877 Hamburg, Off Shore Floating Dock at, 222

Hamburg Water Works Puftiping-Engine, 525.

See Erratum, 889

Hammer, Ancient Tilting, in Somersetshire, 761. See Letters

Hammer, Pneumatic Power, 267

Han bury, H. W., on Locomotive - Testing Plant, 843

Hanbury, H. W., on Locomotives for the Cape Government Railway, 113

Hanbury, H. W., on Locomotives at the St.

Louis Exhibition, 757, 789, 805, 843, 873

Harbour Construction in Barrow-in-Furnace and Burntisland, 499

Harbour Dues and Tonnage Laws, 273

Harbours, Sanding-up of Tidal, 201

Harcourt, Vernon H., on Sanitary Law, 33 Hardening of Steel, 339

Harter’s Flexible Steam-Pipes, 137

Hartlepool Shipbuilding, 100, 155, 545. See also 11, 62, 133, 152, 230

Head, A. P., on Metallurgy as Applied to Engineering, 244

Heat Transference Through Boiler-Plates, 1

Heat Treatment of Steel, 118, 138, 142, 170, 184, 205, 231, 239, 289, 671, 727. See Letters

Heat-Utilisation from Refuse-Destruction, 797, 830, 839. See Letters

Heater, The “ Airedale ” Exhaust-Steam, 583

Heaters, Steam, and Evaporators; Andrew and Cameron, 725

Heating and Ventilating Small Workshops, 529 Hecla Steel Works,' Sheffield (Hadfield), 577 Heeling and Rolling of Ships, 459, 763, 801. See

Letters

Hematite Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams

Herrang, Manufacture of Pig Iron from Briquettes at, 670

Herzfeld, Dr. R., on Electrical Winding-Engines, 214. See Erratum, 270

High-Capacity Steel Railway Wagons, 376 High-Lift Turbine-Pump, 887

High-Speed Steels in Engineering Workshops, 318

Highways, Collieries under, 525

II. M.S. See Warships

II.M.S. “Triumph”;

7.5-In. Gun, 82

The 10-In. Gun, 78

“ Triumph”—continued.

The Armament of the Ship, 76

Armour Protection of the Ship, 75

Barbette Mounting for 10-In. Gun, 79 iu Eoders» 90. See Erratum, 127

The Breech Mechanism for the 7.5-In. Gun,

Breech Mechanism for the 10-In. Gun, 78

Breech Mechanism for 14-Pounder (3-In.)

Quick-Firing Gun, 83 K '

The Building of the Ship, 72

Centre-Pivot Mounting for 3-In. (14-Pounder)

Quick-Firing Gun, 85

Centre-Pivot Mounting for the 7.5-In. Gun,

Cost, 71

The Design, 72

Drainage System, 87

Electrical Equipment, 87

Engines, Propelling, 90

Fittings, Internal, of the Ship, 86

General Dimensions of the Ship, 74

Guns for Repelling Torpedo Attack, 83

Height of Gun-Platforms, 78

The Hull, 74

Hydraulic Power for Working Guns, 83

The Launch, 73

Machinery, Propelling, 90

Mast-Top Mounting for 37-Millimetre Automatic Gun, 86

Radius of Action, 92

Reed, Sir Edward J., on Designs, 425, 438, 4/3

Six-Pounder Quick-Firing Gun and Mounting, 85

Speed Trials ; “ Libertad,” 91

Speed Trials ; “ Swiftsure,” 505

| Ventilating Arrangements, 87

H?norti’JL M’’ on the sPeed of Electric Motors, 4U3, 407

kQnn°n,c< Fra,ncis> 011 Steam-Turbines, 839,

I 880, 899. See also 846, 863

Elecfcric Travelling (Niles-Bement-Pond),

Hoists, Electric versus Hydraulic, 881

| lI189S’ EIecfcricall^'Driven Hydraulic Passenger,

I Hoists. See also Lifts

Holford Works of Kynoch’s, Limited, 709

. Holland Submarine Boats, 397. See 281 780

i Holzapfel, A. C. A., on Ship’s Compositions, 495, 518, o35

Horner, Joseph, on Machines and Tools Employed for Die-Cutting, 9, 44, 122. For details see Illustrations

H<?r“er’ J°sePh> on Tool-Grinding Machines.

For details see Illustra-

Horsfall Refuse-Destructors, 830, 839. See also 797 and Letters

Hospitaller - Carpentier Method of Taking Diagrams, 336, 370, 402

H^aneJ?field Sewa&e and West Riding Rivers, 490, 8/7

Huessener Coke-Oven, 690, 706

Humber Shipbuilding, 100. See also 11, 62 133

152, 230, 545’

Humphrey, Mr. Herbert A., on the Vogt Gas-Engine, 37°

Hungarian Lightning Statistics, 858

, Hutton Motor-Car, 884

Hydraulic Crane at the Tower Wharf, London 224’

Hydraulic versus Electric Cranes, 882, 905

Hydraulic versus Electric Hoists, 881 905

Hydraulic Forging in Steel Works, 197

Hydraulic Passenger Lift, Electrically-Driven, 189

Hydraulic Steam Forging-Press, 677

Hydro-Electric Installation at Newry, 328

Hjdrostatic Balance, Kreil-Schultz Recording for the Control of Furnace-Combustion, 629 ’

Hyndman, H. H. Francis, on the Cryogenic

Laboratory at Leiden, 323, 349

Ice Machinery at Berlin Abattoir, 743, 839

Illustrations. See Index of Illustrations

Implements, Agricultural, 895

Indicator Diagram. See Diagram

Indicator, Motor-Car Speed, 405

India-Rubber, Elastic Properties of, 789

India-Rubber, Government Specifications for, 55 Indian Locomotive, German-Built, 42. See 135 Indian Railways, 64, 858

Induced-Draught System (Ellis and Eaves) for

Marine and Lancashire Boilers, 637

“ Indus,” Floating Workshop at Devonport, 569

Industrial Notes, 27, 46, 105, 136, 168, 20 L 237

405’ 441* 476’ 513* 553> 583^

T 617* 653, 689, 726, 761, 795, 829, 861, 898

Industrial and Social Progress in Britain, 200

Industry, Ministry of Commerce and, 891

Institute, Technical, Northampton, 247

Institutions, Technical. See Civil Engineers

Electrical Engineers, Faraday Society, Iron and yte^, Institute, Mechanical Engineers Mining Engineers, Naval Architects, Physical Society and Society of Arts

Insurance, Fire, in Factories, 401

Insurance, Law of Marine, 163. See 179

Interference and Diffraction, 208

Internal-Combustion Engines. See Engines, Gas, and Engines, Oil, Petrol, and Letters

International Bridge Competition (Nile), 682

Invention, 161 K h

Invention Needed, 502, 537

Irish Lights, 579

Irish Ship-Building, 154. See also 11, 62, 100

133, 230, 545 ’ ’

Iron, American, 98

Iron Bridges, Erection of, by Mr. R. H. Scholefield, 359

Iron-Carbon Alloys, Range and Solidification of,

Iron, ‘Cast, Test-Bars, 409

Iron, Explosions of Ferro-Silicon, 670, 694 IrorLManufactured from Briquettes at Herrang,

Iron, Molecular Mobility of Cast, 56

Iron and Ore Industry in Germany, 147

Iron Production, American, 265

Iron and Steel as Applied to Engineering, 244

Iron and Steel Bridges. See Bridges Iron and Steel Exports, American, 615

Iron and Steel Institute :

Report of the Council, 650

Treasurer’s Report, 650

The Bessemer Gold Medal, 650

Carnegie Scholarships, 670

Explosions of Ferro-Silicon, by Captain Lloyd and Dr. Dupr£, 670,694

The Manufacture of Pig-Iron from Briquettes at Herrang, by Professor Henry Louis, 670

Notes on the Production and Thermal Treatment of Steel in Large Masses, by Mr. Cosmo Johns, 671, 727. See Letters, 118, 138, 142, 184, 205, 239, 289

Pyrometers, Committee’s Report on, and Exhibition, 673. See 655, 699

The Manufacture of Coke in the Huessener Oven, by Mr. C. Lowthian Bell, 690, 706

The Range of Solidification and the Critical Ranges of Iron-Carbon Alloys, by Dr. H. C. Carpenter, and Mr. B. F. E. Keeling, 707 Iron and Steel Manufacture, National Profit in, 683

Iron Trade, American, 471, 855

Iron Trade and the Mexican Tariff, 546I

Iron Tunnel Segments Cast Direct from a Blast-Furnace, 855

Iron in the United States, 825

Iron Warrants, American, 436

Iron, World’s Pig, 511

Ironclads. See Warships

Irrigation in Egypt and the Soudan, Result of, 634 Irrigation in Madras, 234

Irrigation and Rainfall, 302

Isolating Valve, Sugden’s Combined Stop and, 27

Italian Southern Locomotives, 42. See 135

Ivry Ferro-Concrete Bridge, 557

Izod, E. G., on Commercial Tests of Material, 377

James Forrest Lecture on Internal-Combustion Motors, by Mr. Dugald Clerk, 623, 657, 696. See Letters

James Watt Dinner in Japan, 436

Japan Foreign Commerce, 828

Japan, Machinery Progress in, 436

Japan, Naval Progress, 547. See Letters

Japan, Patent Law in, 165

Japan-Russian War and the Siberian Railway, 398

Japan-Russian War, 130, 229

Japan-Russian War, Problems of Neutrality in, 130, 789

Japan Russian War, Wireless Telegraphy at, 850 Japanese, An^lo-, Locomotive and Engineering Company, Limited, 792

Japanese Colliery Pumping-Plant, 151

Japanese Cruisers “ Kasuga ” and “ Nisshin,” 124 Japanese Naval Officers’ Training, 335

Japanese Navy, Water-Tube Boilers in, 547. See Letters

Japanese Society of Naval Architects, 232 Japanese Steamship Company, 170

Jaroslaw - Wologda Archangel Railway Locomotive, 42. See 135

Jet-Propelled Fire-Launch (Merry weather), 714 Jets, Contraction of, 350

Jib, Hydraulic, Crane, at the Tower Wharf, London, 224

John Cockerill Company, 29

Johns, Mr. Cosmo, on rhe Heat Treatment of Steel, 671, 727. See Letters and Heat Treatment of Steel

Joint, Newman Universal, and Coupling, 425 Joints, The Scheinig-Hofmann Shoe-Rail, 125

“Kaiser Wilhelm II.,” Atlantic Speed Record, 897

“ Kasuga,” Japanese Cruiser, 124

Kermode’s Liquid-Fuel System for Fire-Engine, 151

King’s Navy. See Warships

Kingsway, Subways in, 303, 372

Kites, Meteorological Observations by, 270 Korean Railways, 434

Kreil-Schultz Recording Hydrostatic Balance for the Control of Furnace-Combustion, 629

Kynoch’s Works at Witton and Holford, 709

Laboratories for Mining Engineers, 400 Laboratories at the Northampton Technical

Institute, 247

Laboratory, Cryogenic, at Leiden, 323, 349 Laboratory, National Physical, 415 Laboratory Work with Alcohol, 857

Labour in Power in Australia, 822

Labour Question. See Industrial Notes and Legal

Labour Remuneration, 107

Labour Remuneration, Rational Basis for, 799, 838

Lagos Railway, 546

Lanarkshire, Reservoir Embankment, 892

Lancashire Boiler and Induced Draught System (Ellis and Eaves), 637

Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Electrification, 48, 386. See Letters, 166, 615

Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Tank Suburban Locomotive, 641

Land Boilers. See Boilers and Water-Tube Boilers

Land Compensation, 218

Langdon-Davies Change-Speed Gear, 256 Lathe. See Machine-Tools

Launch, Fire (Merryweather), 714

Launch of H.M.S. “ Sentinel,” 580. See 575, 605, and Letters : Scouts

Launch, Oil-Engines, 782

Launches, Motor, 303

Launches, Petrol Motor, Napier, 557, 574, 615.

See 256, 489. See Erratum, 409

Launches with Petrol Motors, 303, 460, 464. See Letters, 537, 616

Launches and Trial Trips, 142, 167, 235, 314, 346, 378, 410, 488, 512, 552, 582, 616,688, 747, 724, 835, 869

Launching an Armoured Cruiser, 164

Law and Electricity in the United States, 630

Lea, E. S., and Meden on the De Laval Steam-Turbine, 846, 880

Leeds Sewage, 541

Leeds Sewage and West Riding Rivers, 381,

Legal: Assessment of Miners’ Wages, 383

Bermondsey and Marylebone Electric Lighting Clauses, 857

Boiler, Corrugated Flue, 755

Collieries under Highways, 525

Company Law in 1903, 264

Compensation under the Lands Clauses Act, Code of the Law of, 218

Compensation, Law of, 55

Compulsory Arbitration in Trade Disputes,

Confidential Relationship of Master and Servant, 146

Contracts in Restraint of Trade, 2

Electricity and Law in the United States, 630

Factories and Fire-Escapes, 791

Geipel Steam-Trap ; Patent Case, 236

Law of Master and Servant, 411, 749

Local Authorities and Actions for Negligence,

Marine Insurance Law, 163. See 179 and Letters, 223

Masters’ and Servants’ Cases, 47,146, 411, 606, 749, 859

Neutral Vessels in War Time, 130

Opposition to Private Bills in Parliament, 542

Penalty Clauses in Contracts, 757

Preference in Railway Rates, Undue, 24 Prepayment Meters, 234

Rating, The Law of, 99

Right of Property in Shipbuilding Materials, 507

Sanitary Law, 33

Servants’ and Masters’ Cases, 47, 146, 411, 606, 749, 859

Smoke Nuisance Cases, 5

Trade Libels, 823

Trade-Marks Law, 337

Trade-Union Case, Latest, 232

Trade Union Law, 609

Trade Union Tyranny, 372

Tramways and Compulsory Purchase, 720

Truck Acts, 164, 436, 718

Workmen’s Compensation and Conciliation, 612

Legislation ; Private Bill Procedure, 753

Legislation. See also Legal

Leiden Cryogenic Laboratory, 323, 349

Lester’s Transparent Drawing-Board, 861

Letters to the Editor, 25, 58, 104, 135, 165, 192

223, 270, 296, 339, 358, 404, 429, 473, 502, 537^

579, 615, 639, 687, 723, 746, 793, 815, 860

Liabilities. See Legal

Libels, Trade, 823

“Libertad,” Chilian Battleship. See H.M.S.

“ Triumph”

Lifts, Electrically-Driven Hydraulic Passenger, 189. See also Hoist

Light Interference and Diffraction, 208

Lights and Lighthouses, Irish, 579

Lighting, Cost of Public Street, 359

Lighting-Stations. See Electric

Lightning Statistics, 858

Lightning-Stroke Effects, 847

Limit-Gauges, Standard Screw-Threads and, 473 545 ’

Limit-Ring, Morison’s, for Pistons, 547

Limited Liability Company Law, 1903, 264

Liquefaction of Gas at Leiden, 323, 349

Liquid-Fuel Burners, 523, 594

Liquid-Fuel Fire-Engine, 151

Liquid Fuel. See also Oil Fuel and Petrol

Liquids, Storing Explosive, 132

Literature, 4, 29, 94, 146, 215, 222, 281, 351, 521 627, 778 ’

Litigation. See Legal

Liverpool Fire-Engine for Oil Fuel, 151

Liverpool Salvage Association, 721

Liverpool and Southport Railway Electrification

48, 386. See Letters, 166, 615

Liverpool Tramway Finance, 510

Lloyd, Captain, and Duprd, Dr., on Explosions

of Ferro-Silicon, 670, 694

Lloyd’s Return of British Shipping, 337

Lloyd’s Shipbuilding Returns, 154, 545. See 11

62, 100, 133, 152, 230

Lloyd’s Shipwreck Returns, 58

Local Authorities and Actions for Negligence, 302 5

Local Authorities and Telephones, 719, 754

Local Government, Ratepayers’ Veto on, 20 Locomotive Boiler ; Fatal Explosion, 764 Locomotive for the Cape Government Railway with Superheater, 113. See Letter, 166

Locomotive, Eight-Coupled, for Queensland Government Railway, 748

Locomotive, Eight-Coupled Tank, for New South Wales, 500

Locomotive, Electric, Baldwin, 873

Locomotive and Engineering Company, Limited, Anglo Japanese, 792 ’

Locomotive, Express Passenger, North-Eastern

Railway, 261. See Erratum, 297

ko^m°tive» Four-Cylinder Compound (Bald win) 360

Locomotive Performances on the Great Western Railway, 612, 687

Locomotive, Prussian Government Specification for, 66

Locomotive, Shay, 873

Locomotive, Tank, for Heavy Suburban Traffic.

• Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 641 Locomotive-Testing Plant at St. Louis Exhibition, 843

Locomotive for Western Australia, 296

Locomotives, Compound, French, 417, 442 477 560 ’ *

Locomotives, German Built, for Export 41 66

See also Borsig

Locomotives, Mining, Electric. 873

L°7«0t»m«n^Ve8S1Qat«7ohe St' Louis Exhibition, 757,

< o<7, OUD, O'lo, o/o

Locomotives, Typical, 41, 66. See 135

Locus Standi in Opposition to Private Bills

542 ’

London Coal-Gas Explosion and Cooling-Curves, 623,657,696. See Letters : Internal Combustion Engines , ,

London County Council Workers and Wages,

London Deep-Tunnel Railway, Great Northern and City, 99

London Fire Brigade, 610

London and Lower Thames Power Scheme, 614 London Municipal Trading. See Municipal

Trading and Tram ways

London and North-Western Railway Carriage Works, Wolverton, 453

London and North-Western Royal Train, 92

London Railways, Greater, 231

London Sewage Commission Report, 541, 577 London Telephone Service, 754. See 719 London Telephone Exchange, 828 ~ London Tramway Subways, 303, 372 London Water Works Acquirement, 544 “ Londonderry,” Turbine-Driven Steamer, for

Midland Railway, 434, 645, 651. See 858

Loss of a Submarine Boat, 437

Losses in Sheaths of Alternating-Current Cables, 610

Lorries. See Motor-Cars and Wagon Lubricator, The “ Octopus ” Central, 554

Machine-Guns. See Guns andH.M.S." Triumph”

Machine Tools;

Boring - Lathe, 14-In. Hydraulic (Niles-Bement-Pond Company), 326

Boring-Machine, Multiple, for Railway Carriage' and Wagon Works (Ransome, Newark-on-Trent), 355

Casting-Machine, Foundry, 815

Crank-Pin Turning-Machine, Capitaine’s, 219 Design of Future Machine-Tools, 109 Die-Cutting Machines and Tools, 9, 44, 122 Drill, Six-Spindle Multiple Rail, 428 Drilling-Machine, Motor-Driven Double-Geared (Wilkinson, Keighley), 341 Forging-Press, Steam Hydraulic, 677 Grinding Machines, Tool-, 422, 492, 602, 704.

For Details see Illustrations

High-Speed Steels in Engineering Workshops, 318

Lathe, 100-In. Boring and Cutting-Off, 749 Lathe, Heavy Capstan, 296

Lathe, Hollow - Spindle (Clark, Limited, Luton), 423. See Erratum, 475

Lathe, 14-In. Hydraulic Boring (Niles-Bement-Pond Company), 326

Lathe, Pipe-Boring and Turning, 783 Milling and Die-Cutting Tools, 9, 44, 122 Milling-Machine, Milwaukee, 676 New Designs of the Future, 109 Pipe-Caulking Machine, The O’Neil, 605 Planing-Machine (Smith, Halifax), 191 Punching-Presses, Burchard’s Finger-Guard for, 583

Rail-Drill, Six-Spindle Multiple, 428 Tool-Grinding Machines, 422, 492, 602, 704.

For details see Illustrations

Tool-Steel, High-Speed, 318

Trying-up, Planing, and Thicknessing Machine (Ransome), 653

Turning Machine, Capitaine’s Crank-Pin, 219

Machinery Improvements in the Transvaal Mines, 854

Machinery Packing for Export, 313

Machinery Progress in Japan, 436

Machinery, Textile, at Bradford Exhibition, 651, 684

Machinery, Textile, at St. Louis,

Machinery for Working Graphite, 135

Madras, Irrigation in, 234

Magnetic Effects, 862

Magnetic Rotation Apparatus at the Cryogenic Laboratory, 323, 349

Magnetic Tests of Whole Sheets of Iron, 145 Magnetism. See Electric and Faraday Society and Physical Society

Magnetograph Quartz Thread ; Vertical Force, 375

Magnetostatic Field, Stresses in, 376

Mallet System ; Compound Locomotive, 42. See also 135

Mallock’s Vibrograph, 701, 893

Mammoth Pumps, 603

Management of Belleville Boilers at Sea, 619 Manchester Steam-Users’ Association, 859 Manometer, Standard Open Mercury, at the

Cryogenic Laboratory, 323, 349. See also Measuring and Micromanometer

Manufacture of Artificial Sandstone, 372 Manufacture of Tarpaulins, 358

“ Manxman,” Turbine-Driven Steamer, 858. See also 434, 645, 651

Marienfelde and Zossen High-Speed Railway, /88

Marine Boiler, Ellis and Eaves Induced-Draught System for, 637

Marine Boilers. See Boiler and Water-Tube Boiler

Marine Condenser and the Board of Trade 787. See Letters

Marine Engineering. See Engineering, Eaval Architects, and Warships

Marine Engineering and Ship-Building, 11 6> 100, 133, 152, 230, 545 ’ ’

Marine Engines. See Engines, Marine Marine Insurance, Law of, 163. See 179 Marine Shaft. See Shafts

Marine Steam-Turbine.* See Turbines. Steam Mannoni Printing-Machine, 498 Marylebone Clause, 857

Marylebone Municipality and Ratepayers’ Veto, Master and Servant.; Confidential Relationship, Masters’ and Servants’ Cases. See Lecial McMillan, The late Walter G., 200 9

Measuring Apparatus at Leiden Laboratory, 328, MSfe^P]ianCeS at the Northampton MSr"rInStrUmentS> Eiectrical, 282. See also Ms“?o\%93UmentS at the E°J'aI Moiety

Measuring Pressure&CA f^’^ods of Measuring Temperatures, Electrical msu

336, 370, 402

Mechanical E“SiMe®rs’Res^rch

The Sixth Report to the Allojs Reseaic Committee on the Heat Treatment of Steel, 118,138,170, 184, 205, 239,289. bee o/i, 727’, and Lett ers, 231

Election of Offi cers, 289

Prizes to Graduates, 289

Annual Report, 289

Ballot of Officers of Institution,289

The Motion of Gases in Pipes and the Use or Gauges to Determine their Delivery, by Mr. Richard Threlfall, 289, 292, 310, 34l

Chicago Meeting, 506 .

Compound Locomotives in I< rance, bj Edouard Sauvage, 417, 422, 4/ /, 560

Mechanical Engineers, Institution of, ana Mechanical Engineers, American Society of, 880 . ~ , . ..

Joint Meeting with American Society oj Mechanical- Engineers at Chicago—

Opening Proceedings, 838

A Rational Basis for Wages, by Mr. Harrington Emerson, 799, 838

Refuse-Destruction by Burning, and the Utilisation of Heat Generated, by Mr. C. Newton Russell, 797, 839. See Letters .

The Burning of Town Refuse, with Special Reference to the Destructors at Brussels, West Hartlepool, Moss Side, and Westminster, by Mr. George Watson, 830, 839. See 797 and Letters

Some Theoretical and Practical Considerations on Steam-Turbine Work, by Mr. Francis Hodgkinson, 839, 880, 899

The De Laval Steam-Turbine, by Mr E. S.

Lea and Mr. E. Meden, 839, 846, 880

The Curtis Steam-Turbine, by Mr. W. L. R Emmett, 839, 880

Different Applications of Steam-Turbines, by Professor A. Rateau, 839, 863, 880

The Potential Efficiency of Prime Movers, by Mr. C. V. Kerr, 839, 880

Power-Plant of the Tall Office Building, by Mr. J. H. Wells, 881

Power-Plant of the Tall Office Building, by Mr. R. P. Bolton, 881

Middlesbrough Dock Power-Plant, by Mr. Vincent L. Raven, 882, 905

Use of Superheated Steam and of Reheaters in Compound-Engines of Large Size, by Mr. Lionel F. Marks, 884

Commercial Gas-Engine Testing, and Proposed Standard of Comparison, by Mr. William P. Flint, 884

Mechanical Draught. See Draught

Mechanical Refrigeration, 150. See also Borsig Meden, E., and Lea, E. S., on the De Laval Steam-Turbine, 846, 880

Merchant Cruisers and Steamship Subsidies, 440, 454, 487

Mergers. See Trusts

Merryweather Fire-Float for the Elswick Works, 105

Merry weather Floating Fire-Launch, 714

Merry weather Motor-Driven Fire-Engine, 714 Mersey. See also Liverpool

Mersey Shipbuilding, 101. See also 11, 62, 133, 152, 230, 545

Metal, Diffusion and Compression of, 300

Metal, Hard and Soft State of, 847

Metal-Price Diagrams, 26, 60, 201, 310, 512, 652, 794

Metals. See Steel, Iron, Tin, Copper, Aluminium, and Alloys

Metals, Structure of. See Photomicrographs Metallurgical and Chemical Industries in Spain 382 1

Metallurgical Departments at the National Physical Laboratory, 416

Metallurgical Engineering, Thermit and its Application to, 266

Metallurgy as Applied to Engineering, 244

Metallurgy and Mines, United States, 825

Metallurgy of Steel, 627

Meteorological Society, Royal:

Council Report, 125

President’s Address, by Captain Wilson Barker, on Ocean Meteorology, 125

Report on the Phenological Observations for 1903, by Mr. E. Mawley, 270

Observations by Kites at Crinan, N B bv Mr. W. H. Dines, 270 J

Water Vapour, by Mr. R. B. Curtis, 393

The Variation of the Population of India Compared with the Variation of Rainfall in the Decennium 1891-1901, by Mr W L Dallas, 582 ’ ’

TlCohe US58°f Aufcumn by Mr. J. B.

ThePrincipal Causes of Rain, by Hon. F A Rollo Russell, 724

Observations of Rainfall at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, in the Years 1815 1903, by Mr. W. C. Nash, 724 °

Effects of a Lightning Stroke at Earl’s Fee fhOPVWASvG'AffovdbEssex’ April 13’ 19O4> ’>y the Rev. C. F. Box, 847 J

An Instrument for Determining the True hvrvC?10\n rnd Velocifcy of the Wind at Sea, w A< Uawrence Rotch, 847

Meters for Gas, Prepayment, 234 Meters, Prepayment, 270

Latt?y%r6mentat the Nati0nal Ph^ical

Metropolitan Railways, 231

Metropolitan. See London

Mexican Industrial Developments, 825

Mexican Tariff, Iron Trade and, 546?

Micromanometer, Threlfall’s, 702. See 289 ami

Microscope, Diffraction Theory of 695

S°Pe Phot°SraPhs- See Photomicro Microscopy, 309

"Machines. See

jnn^Engmt Cornish Cycle, 391. See also ll .W ing and Electric

! Mineral Wagon. See JPaflWM .

Mineral Wealth of British Columbia, 89/

1 Miners’ Wages, Assessment of. 383

Mines and Metallurgy, United States, 8-°

Mining Engineer, Training of, 400

Mining by Elee'ricity, 195,214,403. See Erratum, 235

Mining in Germany, 147

Mining under Highways, 52o ....

Mining-Locomotive, Electric (Baldwin), 8/3

Mining Machinery, Improvements in Transvaal, 854

Ministry of Commerce and Industry, 891

Miscellanea, 17, 51, 104, 127, 159, 193, 2L/, -69, 306 331,363,395,431, 475, 503,533, 5/3, 607, 643*, 679, 724, 751, 785, 819, 851, 889

Mists, Cause of Autumn, 582

Miyabara, Engineer - Rear-Admiral, on Engineering in the Japanese Navy, 547. See Lkt-

Miyabara Water-Tube Boilers in the Japanese Navy, 547. See Letters

Mobility of Cast Iron, Molecular 56

Model, Ship, Experimental Tank, 455, 459, 466, 482

Molecular Mobility of Cast Iron, 56

Morcom, Mr. R. K., on the Equipment of an

Engine Test-House, 576, 589

Morison’s Limit-Ring for Pistons, 547

Mosely Education Commission Report, 539. See Letters

Moss-Side Town-Refuse Destructor, 830, 839.

See also 797 and Letters

Motherwell Boiler Explosion, 312

Motion of Gases in Pipes, 292, 310, 342

Motor-Car Change-Speed Gear (Hagen), 238

Motor-Car Change-Speed Gear (Langdon-Davies), 256

Motor-Car Exhibition at the Agricultural Hall,

Motor-Car, Hutton, 884

Motor-Car, Napier, 256, 489, 557. See Letter,

615 ; Erratum, 409

Motor-Car, Newman’s Universal Joint and Coupling for, 425

Motor-Car Regulations, 402, 687

Motor-Car Show, Crystal Palace, 253

Motor-Car Show, Paris, 23

Motor-Car Speed-Indicator, 405

Motor-Car, Wolseley’s 6 - Horse-Power Two-Seated, 463

Motor-Car, Wolseley 96 • Horse-Power Racing, 572

Motor-Cars, Thornycroft, 220

Motor-Carriage, Steam, for the Taff Vale Railway, 48

Motor-Carriage, Steam. See also Self-Propelled Car

Motor-Driven Pumps at the Agricultural Show, 895

Motor, Petrol, for Launches, 557, 574, 615. See also 256, 489 ; Erratum, 409

Motor, Petrol, for Motor-Cars (Sweden), 237

Motor Railway-Car, North-Eastern Railway, 15

Motor-Wagons, Calthrop and Brewer’s Boiler for, 373

Motors, Gas-Engines, 623,657, 696. See Letters: Internal-Combustion Engines

Motors. See Electric Engines, Motor-Cars, Steam and Self-Propelled

Motors, Petrol, for Marine Purposes. See Petrol

Mould, Green-Sand, 64, 107

Moulton, Mr. Fletcher, on Invention, 162

Mountings, Gun. See H.M.S. Triumph

Municipal Control; Bermondsey and Marylebone

Clauses, 857

Municipal Patronage, 300

Municipal Telephones, 470

Municipal Trading, 215. See Letter : Salford Gas

Municipal Trading; Bermondsey and Marylebone Clauses, 857

Municipal Tramway and the Assent of Local Authorities, 162

Municipal Tramway, Liverpool, 510

Municipal Tramways and Through Service 579

Municipalities; Actions for Negligence 302

Municipalities and Telephones, 719, 754

Naphtha District on the Caspian Sea, A New 372 Napier Motor-Car, 256, 489, 557. See Leiter 615 ; Erratum, 409

Napier Motor-Car Carburettor, 256

Napier Racing Motor-Boat ; Model Test* 557 574. Sec Letter, 615, and 256, 489; Erratum, 409

Napier’s Petrol-Motor Launches, 557, 574 615 See also 256, 489. Erratum. 409 ’

National Physical Laboratory, 415

Nationa! Profit in Iron and Steel Manufacture,

N4Knn^LShip ExPerimental Tank, 455, 482. See 409, 466

Naval Architects ; German Year-Book, 351

Naval Architects, Institution of;

See Letters, 358, 409

Report of the Council, 437

Klection of Officers and Alteration of Rules, 43/ bee Letters, 358, 409

1 r437dent 8 Addres8- by the Earl of Glasgow,

G°klM.edal and Premium, 438

Tsure■> Triu"’>’h ” aD(i “Swift-e on’" I,vl«- ’',.bert^d ” “ Constitu-

cion by Sir Edward J. Reed, 425, 438 See Letters, 71, 473, 505 '

J1sfdkqnLCri‘S?u and stean»hip Sub-sidies, bj Lord Brassey, 440, 454, 487

Annual Dinner, 440, 455,

an’Experimental Tank

SR Wilblm H Wi ?n 1U'd Resis'a"Ci-, bv air william H. White, 455. 482

Some Results of Modern Experiments, bv Mr. R. E. Froude, 459, 466

StabiiitvdbvOpin*? °f ShiPs 01 Sma11 Initial 1 Scriba"ti.

Naval Architects, Inst, of— continued. The Gyroscopic Effect of Flywheels on Board Ship, by Herr Otto Schlick, 459, 484

Some Advantages of Gas and Oil-Engines for Marine Purposes, by Mr J. E. Thorn v-croft, 460, 464

Internal-Combustion Engines for Propelling Small Vessels, by Mr. A. F. Evans, 460

Steam-Turbine Propulsion for Marine Purposes, by Professor A. Rateau, 462, 515

Election of Council, 463

Some Points in Connection with the Transverse Strength of Ships, by Dr. J. Bruhn, 493, 584

The Normal Pressure on Thin Moving Plates, by Mr. A. W. Johns, 494

Ships’ Composition, by Mr. A. C. A. Holzapfel, 495, 518, 535

Fire-Prevention on Board Ship, by Mr. E. 0. Sachs, 498, 658

Naval Architecture in Japan, 235

Naval Boilers. See Boilers and Water-Tube

Naval Engine-Room Artificers, 569

Naval Engineers, 59

Naval Expenditure of Principal Powers, Diagrams of, 366. See also 303, 333

Naval Guns. See Guns andII.M.S. “Triumph”

Naval Machinery. See Guns and Warships

Naval Officers, Training of Japanese, 335

Naval Ordnance. See H.M.S. “Triumph”

Naval Scouting, 575, 580, 605. See Letters : Scouts

Naval Ships. See Warships

Naval Training, 299

Naval War, Russo-Japanese, 229, 789. See also 130, 398, 850

Navigation Calendar, 94

Navvy Crane (Ruston, Proctor, and Co.), 816

Navy Boiler. See Water-Tube Boiler

Navy Engineers. See Engineers and Training Navy Estimates, 303, 333. See 366

Negligence, Local Authorities and Actions for, 302

Neutral Vessels in War Time, 130

Neutrality, Problems of, in Russo-Japanese War,

New South Wales, Compulsory Arbitration in, 853

New South Wales, Tank Locomotive for, 500

New South Wales Year-Book, 94

New Zealand, Gold and Coal in, 301

New Zealand Mine, Cornish Cycle Pumping-Engine, 391

Newcastle Opp osition to Through Tramway Service, 579

Newman Universal Joint and Coupling, 425

Newry Hydro-Electric Installation, 328

Newspapers and Trade Libels, 823

Niclausse and Miyabara Boilers in Japanese Navy, 547. See Letters

Nigerian Twin-Screw Steamer “ Corona,” 156

Nile Barrages, 448, 634

Nile Bridges at Cairo, 682

Nippon Yusen Kaisha, 170

“ Nisshin,” Japanese Cruiser, 124

Nitrogen-Hydrogen Thermometer, Differential, at the Cryogenic Laboratory, 323, 349

Normal Piling and Osborne Reynolds’s Theory of the Universe, 695

North-East Coast, Engineering Training, 53

North-East Coast Shipbuilding and Engineering, 62, 155. See also 11, 100, 133, 152, 230, 545

North-Eastern Railway Electric Self-Propelled Car, 15, 572

North-Eastern Railway Electrification, 473

North-Eastern Railway Locomotive, Express

Passenger, 261. See Erratum, 297

North-Eastern Railway Quick-Acting Brake, 327 North, Notes from the, 16, 50, 102, 126, 158, 192, 226, 268, 304, 330, 362, 394, 430, 474, 502, 532, 580, 606, 642, 670, 714, 750, 784, 818, 850, 888

Northampton Technical Institute, 247

Northamptonshire Ore, Castings Direct from Blast-Furnace, 855

Notes. See Cleveland, North, South- West, South Yorkshire, United States, Industrial, and Miscellanea

Obituary:

John Addie, 159

Sir William Allan, 25

W. Cornthwaite, 50

Robert Dallas, 850

W. T. Courtier Dutton, 50

Sir Clement Le Neve Foster, 606

Charles John Galloway, 391

Emile Godferneaux, 615

J. B. Howell, 818

Walter G. McMillan, 200

Albion Ockenden, 404

Sam Parks, 690

Benjamin Pickard, M.P., 237

Gideon Pitt, 582

W. Rhodes, 715, 750

Matthew Robinson, 679

Ed. Rush Turner, 278

William Wilde, 581

Walter Henry Wilson, of Belfast, 724, 760

Observatory and 40-In. Telescope, Yerkes, 593, 663

Ocean Meteorology, 125

“ Octopus ” Central Lubricator, 554

Odell, W., on Preliminary Experiments on Air Friction, 30

Oechelhauser Gas-Engine, 603

Off-Shore Floating Dock at Hamburg, 222

Oil-Engines. See Engines, Oil, Petrol, and

Motor-Cars

Oil-Fuel Burners, 523, 594

Oil-Fuel Fire-Engine, 151

Oil and Gas-Engines for Driving Ships, 303, 460, 464. See Letters, 537, 616, and Petrol

Oil) Impending Changes in the Distribution of, 403

Oil-Separation (Davies-Perrett Electric System), 849

O’Neil Pipe-Caulking Machine, 605

Opening-Bridge over Barking Creek, 317

Opposition to Private Bills in Parliament, 542

Optical Department at the National Physical

Laboratory, 416

Optical Pencils) Shadows Produced by, 208, 429

Ordnance Expenditure of Principal Powers, 3C6.

See 303, 333

Ordnance, Naval. See H.M.S. “Triumph Ordnance. See Gunn

Ore. See Iron Ore

Outerbridge, A. E., Jun., on Cast-Iron Test-Bars, 409

Oven, Coke, Huessener, 690, 706

Ozone in Gases, Determining Percentage of, 619

Packing for Centrifugal-Pump Spindles, Water, 105, 166

Packing Machinery for Export, 313

Painting and Cleaning Ships, Redman’s Plant for,

Painting Ships, 495, 518, 535

Pan-American Railway, 545

Panama Railway, 545 v

Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, Self-Propelled Car for, 635

Paris Motor-Car Show, 23

Parliament, Opposition to Private Bills in, 542 Parliament. See also Legal

Parliamentary Bill Procedure, 753

Parliamentary Bill, Trade-Union, 609

Parliamentary Electric Lighting Bill, 681 Parsons Steam-Turbine Development, 718 Parsons Turbine Steamers for Midland Railways, 434, 645, 651, 858

Parsons Turbines in 25-Knot Cunard Liners, 469, 651

Partick Refuse-Destructor, 192, 340

Passenger Lifts, Electrically-Driven Hydraulic, 189

Passengers on Atlantic Liners, 198

Passengers by London Railways, 231

Patents, Australian Commonwealth, 429, 502

Patent Case, Corrugated Boiler Flues, 755. See Letter, 793

Patent Law in Japan, 165

Patent Records, 35, 69, 111, 143, 177, 209, 279, 315, 347, 379, 413, 449, 520, 555, 591, 626, 661, 733, 767, 804, 836, 870

Patents and Trade-Marks, Chinese, 723

Pelton Wheels, Pitman’s Governor for, 617

P. and O. S.S. “ Assaye Bow Damaged after Collision, 644

Pen, Reservoir Colouring, 502, 537

Penalty Clauses in Contracts, 757

Pencils, Non-Homocentric, Shadows Produced by, 208, 429

Petrol-Car. See Motor‘Carn

Petrol-Engines, 623, 657, 696. See Letters :

1 nternal- Combustion Eng Ines

Petrol-Engines Applied to Fire-Engines, 714

Petrol-Engines for Launches and Torpedo-Boats, 303, 460, 464. See Letters, 537, 616

Petrol Motor - Launches, Napier, 557, 574. See Letters, 615 and 256, 489; Erratum. 409

Petrol-Motor for Motor-Cars (Sweden), 237

Petrol-Motors, Indicating, 402

Petrol-Motors for Marine Purposes, 303. See also Oil

Petroleum on the Caspian, 372

Petroleum, Impending Changes in the Distribution of, 403

Petroleum. See also Engines and Oil

Phenological Observations, 270

Phonograph Works, Edison, Orange, N.J., 871

Photo-Micrographs of Steel Illustrating Thermal Treatment. See Heat Treatment of Steel

Photographic Action of Radium Rays, 208

Photographic Exhibits at the Royal Society

Soiree, 701, 893

Photography, Colour, 695

Physical Exhibits at the Royal Society Soiree, 701, 893

Physical Society :

Notes on the Non-Homocentric Pencils and the Shadows Produced by Them, by Mr. W. Bennett, 208. See also 429

Some New Cases of Interference and Diffraction, by Professor Wood, 208

The Photographic Action of Radium Rays, by Mr. S. Skinner, 208

Election of Office-Bearers, 309

Presidential Address, by Dr. R. T. Glazebrook, on Microscopy, 309

New Dilatometer, by Mr. B. F. E. Keeling, 375

Quartz-Thread Vertical Force Magnetograph, by Dr. W. Watson, 375

On Stresses in a Magnetostatic Field, by Mr.

G. W. Walker, 376

Some Hints on the Preparation of Diagrams, by Dr. Watson, 376

Portable Electroscope of High Insulation, by Mr. R. J. Sowter, 376

The Whirling and Transverse Vibration of Shafts, by Dr. Chree, 429

Notes on Non-Homocentric Pencils and the Shadows Produced by Them, by Mr. W. Bennett, 429. See also 208

Note on the Measurement of Small Inductances and Capacities and on a Standard of Small Inductances, by Professor Fleming, 498

Hot-Wire Ammeter for Measuring Very Small Alternating Currents, by Professor Fleming, 499

Energy of Secondary Rontgen Radiation, by Mr. C. G. Berkla, 499

Calculation of Colours for Colour Sensitometer, and the Illumination of Three-Colour Photographic Transparencies by Spectrum Colours, by Mr. W. de W. Abney, 695

Normal Piling as Connected with Osborne Reynolds’s Theory of the Universe, by Professor J. D. Everett, 695

Note on the Diffraction Theory of the Microscope as Applied to the Case when the Object is in Motion, by Dr. R. T. Glazebrook, 695

Automatic Gas-Pump, by Mr. C. E. S. Phillips, 695

Some Instruments for the Measurement of Large and Small Alternating Currents, by Mr. W. Duddell, 727

Physical Society—continued.

The Law of Action between Magnets, and its Bearing on the Determination of the Horizontal Component of the Earth’s Magnetic Field with Unifilar Magnetometers, by Dr. C. Chree, 862

The Ascertained Absence of Effects of Motion through the Ether in Relation to the Constitution of Matter on the Fitzgerald-Lorentz Hypothesis, by Professor J. Larmor, 862

Coherence and Re-Coherence, by Dr. P. E.

Shaw and C. A. B. Garrett, 863

Physics, Compounds and Elements of, 646 Physics of the Steam Boiler, Practical, 218 Pianoforte Factory, Broadwood’s, 200 Piece-Work versus Premium Wages, 107 Piezometer and Vacuum Glass at the Cryogenic

Laboratory, 323, 339

Pig-Iron Manufacture from Briquettes at Her-rang, 670

Pig-Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams

Pig Iron. See also Iron

Pig Iron, The World’s, 511

Piling, Normal, and Reynolds’s Theory of the Universe, 695

Pipe-Boring and Turning-Lathe, 783

Pipe-Caulking Machine, O’Niel’s 605

Pipe Subways in Kingsway, 303, 372

Pipes, Harter’s Flexible Steam, 137

Pipes, Motion of Gases in, 292, 310, 312

Piston Rings, 61

Piston Rings, Ward’s Triplex, 653

Piston-Valve and Cylinder Details of Steam-Engine, 525

Pistons, Morison’s Limit-Ring for, 547

Piteau Tubes, 292, 310, 342

Pitman’s Governor for Pelton Wheels, 617 Planing-Machine. See Machine-Tools Platinum Thermometers, 336, 370, 402 Platt Brothers and Co.’s Cotton-Machinery Exhibit at St. Louis, 369

Pneumatic Power-Hammer, 267. See also Air

Political Economy Course, 628

Pollution of West Riding Rivers. See River Pollution

Poole’s Electric Cableway over the Zambesi River, 572

Population and Rainfall, 582

Portable Refuse-Destructor, 830, 839

Portland-Cement Manufacture, 217

Potentialities of Submarine-Boat, 821. See 281, 397, 437, 780

Power-Distribution; Legal Restrictions, 759 Power-Gas. See Engines, Gas, and Producers Power-Hammer, Pneumatic, 267

Power-Plant. See Electric

Power Scheme, East London and Lower Thames, 614

Power-Station for Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 48, 386. See Letters, 166, 615

Power-Station. See also Electric

Power-Stations, Electric, 510

Power Transmission Electric Plant, 20,000-Volt, at Lebring, Austria, 285

Power Transmission in Works and Factories, 686 Preference in Railway Rates, Undue, 24 Premium versus Piece-Work Wages, 107

Premium System in Government Dockyards, 339

Prepayment Meters, 270

Prepayment Meters for Gas, 234

Press, Forging, Steam Hydraulic, 677

Press-Work, Fine Example of, 132

Pressure-Measuring Apparatus, 292, 310, 343

Pressure, Temperature, Curve of Sulphur Dioxide, 278

Pressure on Thin Moving Plates, 494, 537

Prevention of Fires in Theatres, 452

“ Price of Admiralty,” 366. See 303, 333

Price-Williams, R., on the London Water Works Acquirement, 544

Price’s Tunnelling-Machine, 194

Prime Movers, Efficiency of, 839

Printing-Machine, Marinoni, 498

Printing and Stationery Exhibition, 686

Private versus Admiralty Warship Design, 505.

See also II.M.S. “ Triumph,”

Private Bill Procedure, 753

Problem in Irrigation, 302

Problems of Neutrality in Russo-Japanese War, 130, 789

Producer-Gas, Dowson’s Suction-Plant for, 623, 657, 696. See Letters : Internal-Combustion Engines

Producers, Gas, French, 4

Profile of Great Western Railway, 612

Profiles of French Railways and Locomotives, 417, 442, 477, 560

Profit in Iron and Steel Manufacture, National, 683

Progress of Steam Machinery in Japan, 436

Progress in Use of Electricity, 335 Propelling-Engines. See Engines, Marine Property Rights in Shipbuilding Materials, 507 Protection of Steel from Corrosion, 132

Prussian Locomotive Specifications, 66

Prussian State Railway Express Locomotive, 41, 66. See 135

Public Authorities. See Military and Local Authorities

Pump, Air-Lift. See Air-Lijt Pump

Pump, Automatic-Gas, 695

Pump, Bradford Feed (Thwaites), 274

Pump-Spindles, Water-Packing for Centrifugal, 105, 166

Pumps, High-Lift Turbine, 887

Pumps, Mammoth, 603

Pumps, Motor-Driven, at the Royal Agricultural Show, 895

Pumping-Engine, Cornish Cycle, 391

Pumping-Engines at Hamburg Water Works, 525. See Erratum, 889

Pumping-Engines at the Antwerp Water Works, 735, 808

Pumping Hydraulic Plant for Wharf Crane, 224 Pumping Machinery for the New Chatham Dock, 294

Pumping Plant at the Miike Collieries, Japan, 151

Punching-Presses, Burchard’s Finger-Guard for, 583

Purification of Sewage and Water} 282

Purification of West Riding Rivers, 319, 381, 451, 490, 528, 598, 631, 667, 741, 811, 842, 877

Pyrometers, 655, 699

Pyrometers, Exhibition of, 673 See 655, 699

Queensland Government Railway, 8-Coupled Locomotive for, 748

Queensland Railway Carriages, Rolling-Stock, 534. See 748

Quick-Acting Railway Brake Trials, 327

Quick-Firing Guns. See Guns and H.MS.

“ Triumph”

Quicksilver. See Metal-Price Diagrams

Racing-Car, 96-Horse-Power Wolseley, 572

Racing-Launches, Napier, 557, 574, 615. See 256, 489 ; Erratum, 409

Radium Bromide Solution, Electric Conductivity of, 827

Radium Rays, Photographic Action of, 208

Radium, What may Result from the Study of, 166

Rail-Autocar. See Self-Propelled Car

Rail, Steel. See Steel

Rails, Belgium and English, 273

Railway Accidents:

Beighton, Great Central Railway, 784

Southport Line, 296, 339, 358

Accidents in 1903 (British and the United

States), 822

Railway Autocar, North-Eastern Railway, 15. See also Self-Propelled Car

Railway Block - Signalling in America, Compulsory, 199

Railway Bridge over the Clyde at Uddingston, 837

Railway and Canal Plans in Sweden, 759

Railway Carriage and Wagon Works Multiple Boring-Machine (Ransome, Newark-on-Trent), 355

Railway Carriage Works at Wolverton, London and North-Western Railway, 453

Railway Carriages, Royal Train, London and North-Western Railway, 92

Railway, Compulsory Block - Signalling in America, 199

Railway Construction, British, 308

Railway Economics, British, 717

Railway, Electric Traction on Swedish, 99

Railway, Electrification of Liverpool and South-poit, 48, 386. See Letters, 166, 615

Railway Electrification, North-Eastern, 473

Railway Expansion, Canadian, 491

Railway Extension, Grand Trunk, 404

Railway, Great Northern and City, 99

Railway, Lagos, 546

Railway Locomotives. See Locomotives and Self-Propelled Car

Railway Mineral Wagon. See Wagons

Railway, Pan-American, 545

Railway Passenger Carriages, Queensland, 534.

See 748

Railway Profile, Great Western, 612

Railway Profiles, French, and Locomotive Performances, 417, 442, 477, 560

Railway Progress in Argentina, 793

Railway Quick-Acting Brake Trials, 327

Railway Rates, Undue Preference, 24

Railway Rolling-Stock. See Carriages, Wagons, Locomotives, and Self-Propelled Car

Railway, Siberian, and its Results, 398

Railway Signalling, 199

Railway, Single-Phase Electric, 20, 509, 687

Railway Speeds, Great Western, 612, 687

Railway Speeds, Resistance to, 30, 788

Railway Station for Copenhagen, New Central, 792

Railway Stations. See Stations

Railway Steam Ferry, Danish, 827

Railway Trains, Speed and Resistance of, 788

Railway Tyres, Thermal Treatment of, 671, 727

See Heat Treatment and Letters

Railway Wagons, Steel, 376

Railways in Australia, Westralia, 755 ; Queensland, 748 ; Victoria, 508 ; South Australia, 265

Railways in China, 630

Railways in Egypt and the Soudan, 634

Railways, Electric. See Electric

Railways, Greater London, 231

Railways, Indian, 64, 858

Railways in Korea, 434

Railways in Mexico, 825

Railways and Tramway Competition, 263

Railways, Victorian, 508

Rain, Principal Causes of, 724

Rainfall and Population, 582

Rainfall, Principal Observations of, 724

Raising Water by Compressed Air, 25, 58, 59, 135,166, 192, 223, 296, 340, 502, 615

Ramsden Dock, Barrow-in-Furness, 499

Range of Solidification of Iron-Carbon Alloys, 707

Rateau, Professor A., on Applications of Steam-

Turbines, 839, 863, 880

Rateau Steam-Turbine and Reciprocating Engine in Torpedo-Boats, 462, 515. See 839, 862

Ratepayers and Local Government, 20

Rating of Electric Undertakings, 149

Rating, The Law of, 99

Raven, Vincent L., on Middlesbrough Dock Power-Plant, 882, 905

Redman’s Plant for Cleaning and Painting Ships, 63S

Reed, Sir Edward, on the Battleships “ Triumph ” and “ Swiftsure,” 425, 438. See also 71, 473, 505

Refrigerating Plant at Berlin, Abattoir, 743, 839

Refrigeration, Mechanical, 150

Refrigeration, Standard Unit for, 109

Refuse-Destructors and Electricity Station, 192 340

Refuse-Destruction and Heat-Utilisation, 797, 830, 839. See Letters

Regulations, Motor-Car, 402, 687

Reheaters and Superheated Steam, 884

Reidler-Stumpf Steam-Turbines, 211

Renewal of British Shipping* 337

Research on Aerodynamics, 579, 639

Reservoir at the Antwerp Water Works, 808. See also 735

Reservoir Colouring-Pen, 502, 537

Reservoir Embankments, 892

Reservoir, Ferro-Concrete at Antwerp, 808

Resistance of Air, Experiments, 30. See also Gases

Resistance, Air, and Plane Surfaces, 30 Resistance and Composition of Steel, 274 Resistance of High-Speed Trains, 788. See 30 Restraint of Trade, Contracts in, 2 Restrictions, Legal ; Power Distribution, 759 Results of Model Experiments, 459, 466 Reynolds’s Theory of the Universe, Normal Piling and, 695

Richards, Frank, on Labour Remuneration, 107 Right of Property in Shipbuilding Materials, 507

River Gunboat, H.M.S. “ Widgeon,” 614

River Pollution, West Riding, 319, 381, 451, 490, 528, 598,631, 667, 741 811, 842, 877

River Traffic in Siberia, 398. See 509

Rivet-Heating Furnace, Armstrong’s, 105

Road Locomotion. See Motor-Cars and Wagons

Road Steam-Wagons. See Wagons

Roberts-Austen, The late Sir William C., on the Heat Treatment of Steel, 118, 138, 170, 184, 205, 231, 239, 289. See Heat Treatment, 671, 727, and Letters

Rock-Drill, “ Drillibite,” 169

Rolling and Heeling of Ships, 459, 763, 801. See Leiters

Rolling-Mill Plants, Recent Progress in Wire-Rod and Bar, 776. See Erratum, 885

Rolling of Ships, Gyroscopic Effect of Flywheels on, 459, 484

Rolling-Stock for Queensland Railway, 534. See 748

Rolling Stock. See Carriages , Wagons, Locomotives, and Self-Propelled

Rontgen Radiations, Energy of Secondary, 499

Roofs, Wind Effect on, 297

Rotherham Sewage and West Riding Rivers, 490, 877

Roux, Paul, on Machinery-Packing for Export, 313

“ Roxburgh,” II.M.S., Launching, 164

Royal Agricultural Show. See Agricultural

Royal Meteorological Society. See Meteorological

Royal Society Soiree, 701, 893

Royal Train, London and North-Western Railway, 92

Rudders, Pressures on, 494, 537

Running Powers, Tramway, 579, 857

Russell, O. Newton, on Refuse-Destruction and

Heat-Utilisation, 797, 839. See also 830, and Letters : Refuse, &c.

Russian Industrial Crisis, 197

Russian Trade in Siberia, 398, 509

Russo-Japanese War, 229

Russo-Japanese War, Problems of Neutrality in, 130, 789

Russo-Japanese War and the Siberian Railway, 398

Russo-Japanese War, Wireless Telegraphy at, 850

Sachs, Mr. Edwin O., on Chicago Theatre Fire, 283. See also 54, 368

Sachs, Mr. Edwin O., on Fire-Prevention on Board Ship, 498, 658

Saloon Carriages, Royal Train ; London and North-Western Railway, 92

Salvage of Shipwrecks, 721

Sanding-up of Tidal Harbours, 201. See 30 Sandstone, Manufacture of Artificial, 372 “Sandwich” System. See Education and

Training

Sanitary Engineering, 129

Sanitary Law, 33

Sauvage, E., on French Compound Locomotives, 417, 442, 477, 560

Sawing-Machine. See Machine-Tools

Scheinig-Hofmann Shoe-Rail Joints, 125

Schlick, Herr Otto, on the Gyroscopic Effect of Flywheels on Board Ship, 459, 4a4

Scotch Private Bill Procedure, 753

Scotch Shipbuilding, 133, 152. See also 11, 62, 100, 230, 545

Scott-Moncrieff Sewage-Tester, 351

Scouting, Sea, 575, 580, 605. See Letters : Scouts Scouts. See War ships and Letters Screw-Cutting Lathe. See Machine-Tools Screw-Threads and Limit-Gauges, Standard, 473, 545

Scribanti, Professor A., on the Heeling and Rolling of Ships, 459, 763, 801. See Letters

Sea Action on Foreshores, 30. See 201

Sea Scouting, 575, 580, 605. See Letters : Scouts

Self-Propelled Car for the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 635

Self-Propelled Carriage for the Taff Vale Railway, 48

Self-Propelled Cars for the North-Eastern Railway (Wolseley Company), 15, 572

Self-Propelled Vehicle. See Motor-Cars, Wagons, and Carriages

“ Sentinel,” H.M. Scout, 575, 580, 605. See Letters : Scouts

Separation of Oil; Davies-Perrett Electric System,

Servants’ and Masters’ Cases. See Legal

Sewage and Bacteria in Thames Estuary, 541, 577

Sewage Commission Report, 541, 577

Sewage-Tester, The Scott-Moncrieff, 351

Sewage and Water Purification, 282

Sewage and West Riding Rivers Purification, 319, 881, 451, 490, 528, 593, 631, 667, 741, 811, 842, 877

Sewerage and Sanitary Engineering, 129

Sewers and River Pollution. See River Pollution

Shadows Produced by Non-Homocentrie Pencils 208, 429

Shaft-Joint and Coupling, Newman, 425

Shafts, Whirling and Transverse Vibrations of, a on

Shallow-Draught Gunboat, 614

Shay Locomotive, 873

Sheaths of Alternating-Current Cables, Losses in the, 610

Sheet-Iron Tested Magnetically, 145 Sheffield Sewage and West Riding 877

Rivers, 490,

Shepherd’s Bush Station, Hydraulic Passenger Lift at, 189

Ship, Fire-Prevention on Board, 498, 658

I Ship Model Experimenting Tank, 455, 459, 466, 482

Ship Model Experiments ; Results, 459, 466

Ship Tonnage Laws, 273

Ship’s Composition, 495, 518, 535

Ships, Gyroscopic Effect of Flywheels on, 459, 484

Ships, Heeling and Rolling of, 459, 763, 801. See Letters

Ships, Redman’s Plant for Cleaning and Painting, 638

Ship’s Rudders, Pressures on, 494, 537

Ships. See also Steamers, Steamships, and IFar-ships

Ships, Transverse Strength of, 493, 584

Ships in War Time, Neutral, 130, 789

Shipbuilding Finance, 403

Shipbuilding in Germany, 149

Shipbuilding Materials, Property Rights in, 507

Shipbuilding Problems ; German Naval Architects’ Year-Book, 351

Shipbuilding. See Warships and Naval Architects

Shipbuilding Statistics and their Significance, 230

Shipbuilding Trade, State of, 11, 62,100,133, 152, 230, 545

Shipbuilding in the United Kingdom, 11, 62,100, 133, 152, 230, 545

Shipping, American, 521, 854

Shipping, British, 337

Shipping Company, Japanese, 170

Shipping, Japanese, 232

Shipping Subsidies, American, 685

Shipping Year-Book, German, 5

Shipwreck Returns, Lloyd’s, 58

Shipwrecks, Salvage of, 721

Shipyard, Electric Travelling, Crane at the Vulcan Works, Stettin (Stuckenholz), 712

Shoe-Rail Joints, Scheinig-Hofmann, 125

Shoreditch Refuse-Destruction and Heat-Utilisation, 797, 830, 839. See Letters : Refuse, Ac.

Siamese Irrigation, 302

Siberia, Coal in, 547

Siberia, Russian Trade in, 509

Siberian Railway and its Results, 398

Siberian Railway Traffic, 398

Siegwart Ferro-Concrete Floor-Beams, 150

Signalling in America, Compulsory Block, 199

Silencing Gas-Engines, 60

Single-Phase Electric Railway, 20, 509, 687

Sinking of Submarine Boat, 437

Six o’Clock Man, 25, 59, 165, 270

Slide-Rules for Regulating Coaling of Boilers, 619

Sludging of Dams, 842

Smoke Act Administration, 5

Smoke Nuisance in Calcutta, 24

Social and Industrial Progress in the United Kingdom, 200

Society of Arts: Thermit; its Application to Metallurgical Engineering, by Professor C. D. Boys, 266

Cantor Lectures on Electro-Chemistry, by Mr. Bertram Blount, 368, 401, 472

National Profit in Iron and Steel Manufacture, by Mr. W. L. Digby, 683

Society of Engineers, 652

Society. See also Institutions

Solids, Elastic Properties of, 789

Solids, Surface Films of, 164

Soudan and Egypt, Progress of the, 634

Soundings, Aerial, in Denmark and Germany, 234

South African Diamond-Mining, 28

South Australian Railways, 265

South London Tramways, 155

South-West, Notes from, 16, 51, 103, 127, 159 193, 227, 268, 306, 331, 363, 395, 431, 475, 503^ 533, 581, 607, 643, 679, 715, 751, 784, 819, 851 889

South Yorkshire, Notes from, 16, 50, 103, 126 159, 192, 226, 268, 305, 330, 362, 394, 430, 474’ 502, 532, 581, 606, 643, 678, 715, 750, 784 818* 850,888 ’

Southport Railway Accident, 296, 339, 358

Spain, Chemical and Metallurgical Industries in, 382

Specifications, Government, for India-Rubber 55 Spectroscopic Exhibits at the Royal Society Soiree, 701, 893 3

Speed of Electric Motors, 403, 407

Speed-Indicator, “ Vulcan,” 405

Speed of Railway Trains, Resistance to, 30 788

Speeds on French Railways, 417, 442 477 560

Speeds on Great Western Railway, 612 687 Spelter Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Spmdies, Water-Packing for Centrifugal Pump, 105. See Letters

Spirit for Technical Purposes, 857

St. Blazey, Boiler Explosion at, 835

St, Louis Exhibition:

Board of Trade Exhibit (Social and Indus-trial Progress in the United Kingdom), 200 British Engineers’ Visit to America, 506 Cost of Exhibition, 738

Cotton-Machinery Exhibit (Platt Brothers and Co., Limited), 369

Distances to St. Louis, 507

Edison Phonograph Works, Orange, N.J 871 Electric-Generating Plant, 769

Electric Lighting and Cascades, 739

Engine, 5000-Horse-Power and Generator 3500-Kilowatt; Allis-Chalmers Company and Bullock Company, 886

Engineering Exhibits, 769

Engines, Stationary, 738, 769

G?nnnawr’ 35^°-Kilowatt Three-Phase, and 5000-Horse-Power Engine (Bullock Com-t -kan^’ ?nd Allls’0halmers Company) 886 Liberal Arts Building, 739 P b Locomotive-Testing Plant, 843 Locomotives, 757, 789, 805, 843 873 Machinery Hall, 738, 769 Openina“d65ietaUUrgy Exhibit9> 825

Progress with Buildings and Exhibits, 737,

Standard Screw-Threads and Limit-Gauges, 473, 545

Standard Test-Bars of Oast Iron, 409 Standard Unit of Refrigeration, 109 Standards Committee, Engineering, 266, 267 State Telephones, 470 Station Design, Power, 648 Station, Railway, at Copenhagen, 792 Stationery and Printing Exhibition, 686 Stations, Electric. See Electric Statistics, Shipbuilding, and their Significance, 230

Statistics of Workmen’s Compensation Cases, 612

Steam-Boilers. See Boilers and Water-Tube Boilers

Steam-Engine Practice, 525 Steam-Engines. See Engines Steam-Exhaust Heater, The “ Airedale,” 583 Steam-Ferry, Danish Railway, 827 Steam-Gauges, 292, 310, 342 Steam-Heaters and Evaporators ; Andrews and Cameron, 725

Steam Hydraulic Forging-Press, 677 Steam-Lorries. See Motor-Cars and Wagons Steam Motor-Car for Railways, 15, 48, 572, 635 Steam Motor Vehicles. See Motor-Cars and

Self-Propelled

Steam-Navvy (Ruston-Proctor), 816 Steam-Pipes, Harter’s Flexible, 137 Steam-Superheaters and Reheaters, 884 Steam-Superheaters. See also Superheaters Steam-Throttling, Economy of, 615 Steam-Trap, Geipel, Patent Case, 236 Steam Trials of Warships in 1903, 22 Steam-Turbines, 469, 651, 880 Steam-Turbine Applications, 839, 863, 880 Steam-Turbine, Curtis, 181. See Letter, 270 Steam-Turbine, De Laval, 846, 880 Steam-Turbine, Parsons, 469, 651, 718, 880 Steam-Turbine, Rateau, and Reciprocating

^?ogine in Torpedo-Boat, 462, 515. See 839, 862

Steam-Turbine, Riedler Stumpf, 211 Steam-Turbine. See also Turbine. Steam Steam-Turbine, Zoelly, 770

Steam-Users-’. Association, Manchester, 859 Steam-Valve, Sugden’s Stop and Isolating, 27 Steam - Winch, 2J - Ton Frictional Double-Barrelled, '49. See Erratum. 785

Steamer, Deepening an American Paddle, 191 Steamer, Fire, for the Elswick Works (Merryweather), 105 k y

Steamer for Irish Lights Commissioners, 579 S 423'498Twln’Screw Cable-Laying, “Stephan,” StNigerikl i"6in’Screw> “ Corona,” for Northern

^Win-Screw Tug, “ Isle of Wight,” 14 Steamers, Cargo and Intermediate, 537 Steamers, Ounard Atlantic 25-Knot, 469 651 Steamers Engines. See Engines, Marine

S<X>rS’ See alS0 Ships’ SteamshiPS, and War-S RecoJdf8W aiSerWi‘helm IL’’AtlanticSPeed-St44“S4h5L 487^ Mei-chant Cruisers ; Subsidies, cf®a1mnh.iP3 ’ Passengers on Atlantic Liner 198 Stee Bridges and Iron, Erection of, 359 Steel Buildings ; Baltimore Fire, 368 Stee ®!eotric> an<l Resistance, 274

«JeeJ, Elastic Properties of, 789

Steel and Iron as Applied to Engineering 941 S eee and American 615 S’ “

Mute In8t,tute- See Steel

Steel and Iron Manufacture, National Profit in, Steel, Metallurgy of, 627 Steel’Ra^way1Wa°onsr°376<^OrSee'ain’

SoSluon 0^7° Limited)”67^7“|epTO^8’ and Maxi®. Letters 5 * ormal Treatment and

Steel Tests, Commercial, 377

Steels, High-Speed, in Engineering Workshops, “Stephan,” Telegraph Cable-Laying Steamer, St;‘Cofona^aH6TUbe B°ilers for Steamer Stt°on56WarShip3’ B0iIera Slide-Rule Regula-Stop and Isolating Valve, Sugden’s Combined, SXVX!t’,297reen'3 Ec*uilib^>n>.

! Stream PuritotVo'n^West Ilid”8'^ Li<luids> 132

En'

Structure of Metals ’ ’qi ’ 135> 165> 223 Students. See Training

Submarine-Boats 780,8*1 Educati^ Submarine Cable Trusts 279

SubSsn,eAmer^hs??lnPan'es, 272, 761 Subsidies Merchant rP1-ne’085

440, 454, 487 ant Cru,ser3 Steamship,

See

Suburban Tank Locomotive for Lancashire and

Yorkshire Railway, 641

Subways in Kingsway, 303, 372

Sugden’s Combined Stop and Isolating Valve, 27

Sulphate of Ammonia and the Copper Industry in Spain, 382

Sulphur-Dioxide, Pressure-Temperature Curve of, 278

Sulphurous Acid Anhydrous Refrigerating Plant, 743, 839

Superheated Steam and Reheaters. 884

Superheater at the Antwerp Water • Works

(Easton and Co.), 735, 808

Superheater at Berlin Abattoir, 675

Superheater, Schmidt, for Cape Government

Locomotive, 133. See Letter, 166

Superheaters for Locomotive, 41 ; for Water-

Tube Boilers, 66, 675. See also 135

Surface Films of Solids. 164

Surveying; Wells’s Theodolite and Centering

Tripod, 39J

Suspension Bridges, Design of, 97

Suspension Cableways, Aerial, 580

“ Suspension ” Furnace Litigation, 755. See

Letter, 793

Sweden, Railway and Canal Plans in, 759

Swedish Railways, Electric Traction on, 99

Sweet, Air. John E., on Future Design of Machine-Tools, 109

“ Swiftsure,” H.M.S. See H.M.S. “ Triumph ”

Switchboard Instrument, Direct-Reading, 471

Taff Vale Railway ; Self-Propelled Car, 48 Tall Office Building ; Power Plant, 881

Tangye’s Enclosed Steam-Engine and Dynamo, 356

Tank, Ship Model Experimental, 455, 459, 466, 482

Tariff, Mexican, and the Iron Trade, 546 Tarpaulin Manufacture, 358

Teaching. See Education and / rmuuij Technical Civil Service Appointments, 5/9 Technical Education, Appreciation of, 101, 13o Technical Education. See also Education Technical Institute, Northampton, 247 Technical Testing-Station at Berlin, 100 Tees Shipbuilding, 100,155, 545. See 11, 62, 133,

152, 230 , o

Telegraph Cable-Laying Steamer “ Stephan, 423, 498

Telegraph, Submarine, Companies, 2/2, <61 Telegraph Wires, Tension of, 759

Telegraphs, Type-Printing, in Berlin, 510 Telegraphone, 338

Telegraphy and Telephony, 354

Telephone. See Electric

Telephone Service, London, 754. See 719 Telephones, State, 470

Telescope, 40-In., at the Yerkes Observatory, 593, 663

Tellurium, 543

Temperature Measurement by Electric Methods, 336, 370, 402

Tenders of Locomotives. See Locomotives Tension of Telegraph Wires, 759

Test-Bar, Cast-Iron, 409

Test-House Equipment, Engine, 576, 589

Test of Prussian State Locomotives, 66. See 41, 135

Tester, Sewage, Scott-Mon crieff, 351 Testing-Appliances at the Northampton Insti-tute, 247

Testing-Car on the Berlin Electric Tramways, 338

Testing Machine, Steel (Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited), 671, 727. See Letters : Heat Treatment o f Steel

Testing-Plant, Locomotive, 843

Testing Station at Berlin. Technical, 100

Tests, Magnetic, of Whole Sheets of Iren 145

Tests of Material, Commercial, 377

Tests of Steam-Turbines, 899. See also Turbines Textile Machinery at Bradford Exhibition, 651, 684

Textile Machinery in Germany, 147

Textile Machinery Exhibit at St. Louis (Flat Brothers and Co., Limited, Oldham), 369

Thames Estuary, Bacteria in, 541, 577 Thames and London Sewage, 541, 577

Thames Shipbuilding, 101. See 11, 62, 133,152, 230, 545

Theatre Fire, Chicago, 54, 283

Theatres, Prevention of Fires in, 452

Theodolite and Centering Tripod, Wells’s, 390 Thermal Treatment of Steel, 118, 138, 142, 170, 184, 205, 231, 239, 289, 671, 727. See Letters

Thermit and its Applications, 266

Thermometers, Electric, 336, 370, 402

Thermometric Measurement and Control of Furnace-Combustion, 629

Thermometric Measurement at Leiden Laboratory, 323, 349

Thermometric Work at the National Physical Laboratory, 416

Thornycroft’s Motor-Cars and Wagons, 220

Thornycroft’s Oil-Engine for Ships, 460, 46L

See 303 and Letters, 537, 616

Threlfall’s Micromanometer, 702. See 893

Threlfall, Richard, on the Motion of Gases in Pipes and the Use of Gauges to Determine their Delivery, 292, 310, 342

Throttling Steam, Economy of, 615

Tilting-Hammer, Ancient,‘in Somersetshire, 761.

See Letters

Tin-Plate Prospects, 371

Tin Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Tonnage Laws, Ships', 273

Tool-Grinding Machines, 422, 492, 602, 704. For details see Index oe Illistratioxs

Tool-Smiths, Education of, 166

Tool-Steel, High-Speed, in Engineering Workshops, 318 *

Tools for Die-Cutting, 9, 44, 122

Tools. See Machine-Tools

Torpedo-Boat Destroyer. See Warships Torpedo-Boats. See Warships

Town-Refuse Destruction and Heat-Utilisation,

i /9<, 830, 839. See Letters

i Traction, Electric. See Tramways, Electric, and i Railways

Traction-Engine. See Motor-Cars

Traction, Mechanical. See Motor-Cars, Wagons and Electric

Trade, Contracts in Restraint of, 2

Trade Crisis in Russia, 197

Trade Disputes, Compulsory Arbitration in, 853 Trade Disputes ; Compulsory Arbitration in Western Australia, 513

Trade Effluents and West Riding Rivers Purification, 319, 381, 451, 490, 528, 598, 631, 667, 741, 811, 812, 877

Trade, Government Department of, 891

Trade Libels, 823

Trade-Marks Law, 337

Trade-Marks and Patents, Chinese, 723

Trade, Shipbuilding*, 11, 62, 100, 133, 152, 230, 545

Trade-Union Bill, 609

Trade-Union Case, Latest, 232

Trade-Union Laws. See Legal

Trade-Union Tyranny, 372

Trades Disputes ; New Trade Union Bill, 609

Trading, Municipal, 162,215. See Letter : Salford Gas

Train-Brakes, Trials of Quick-Acting*, 327

Train, Electric, for the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 49

Train Times in America, 507

Trains, Fast, on Great Western Railway, 612, 687

Trains, Resistance of High-Speed, 788

Trains. See also Railways

Training of British Naval Officers, 299

Training, Engineering, on North-East Coast, 53 Training of Engineers. See also Education Training of Engine-Room Artificers, 569 Training of Japanese Naval Officers, 335 Training of Mining Engineer, 400

Tramcars. See Cars, Electric, and Tramways Tramway Construction, 219

Tramway, Electric, Surface-Contact, 58 Tramway Finance, Liverpool, 610 Tramway Running Powers, 857

Tramway Service, Newcastle Opposition to Through, 579

Tramway, The South London Conduit, 155

Tramway Subway in Kings way, 303, 372

Tramway, Testing-Car for, 338

Tramways and Compulsory Purchase, 720 Tramways and Municipal Assents, 162 ' Tramways and Railways, Competition of, 263 Transference of Heat through Boiler-Plate, 1 Transmission of Power. See Power-Station and

Electric

Transparent Drawing-Board, Lester’s, 861

Transvaal Mining Machinery Improvements, 854 Transverse Strength of Ships, 493, 584 Trap, Steam, Geipel; Patent Case, 236 Travelling, Electric, ShipyardCrane at the Vulcan

Shipyard Works, Stettin (Stuckenholz), 712 Trials of Quick-Acting Railway Brakes, 327 Trials of Warships in 1903, 22

Triple-Expansion Engine. See Engines

Tripod, Wells’s Theodolite and Centering, 390 “ Triumph,” H.M.S. See II.M.S. “ Triumph” Truck Acts, 164, 436, 718

Truss, Test of Ferro-Concrete, 557

Trust, Competition and the American Steel, 433

Trust, German Steel, 510

Tube Railway, Great Northern and City, 99

Tube Railway. See Tunnel

Tube-Tunnelling Machine, 194

Tug, Twin-Screw, Isle of Wight, 14

Tunnel Railway, Great Northern and City, 99

Tunnel Segments Cast Direct from a Blast-Furnace, 855

Tunnelling-Machine, Electrically-Driven, 194 Turbine Condenser and the Board of Trade, 787.

See Letters

Turbine-Driven Steamers for the Midland Railway, 434, 645, 858

Turbine-Jets, Contraction of, 350

Turbine, Parsons Steam, 718

Turbine-Pumps, High-Lift, 887

Turbine, Steam, Applications, 839, 863, 880

Turbine, Steam, Curtis, 181. See Letter, 270

Turbine, Steam, De Laval, 846, 880

Turbine, Steam, Rateau, and Reciprocating Engine in Torpedo-Boats, 462, 515. See also 839, 862

Turbine, Steam, Riedler-Stumpf, 211

Turbine, Steam ; 25-Knot Cunarders, 469, 651

Turbine, Steam, Zoelly, 770

Turbines for Low Falls, 304

Turbines, Water, Pitman's Regulator for, 617

Turning Flywheels, 25

Turning-Machine. See Machine-Tools

Turton’s Buffer for Mineral Wagons, 689

Twin-Screw Tug, Isle of Wight, 14

Tyne Shipbuilding, 63, 155, 230, 545. See also

11, 62, 100, 133, 152

Tyneside Tramway Running Power, 857

Type Printing Telegraphs in Berlin, 510

Tyranny, Trade-Union, 372

Tyres, Railway, Thermal Treatment of, 671, 772.

See Heat Treatment and Letters

Uddingston Railway Bridge, Caledonian, 837 Underground Railways. See Tunnels and Tubes Union, Trades. See Legal

United States, Notes from the, 15, 95, 158, 234, 338, 358, 393, 473, 500, 534, 573, 642, 678, 722, 781, 818, 897

United States Railway Accidents, 1903, 822

United States Shipbuilding, 154

United States Submarine Boats, 397. See 281, 780, 821

United States Trust. See Trusts

Vacuum Glass and Piezometer at the Cryogenic Laboratory, 323, 349

Valve and Cylinder Details of Locomotives, 41, 66. See 135

Valve, Green’s Equilibrium Stop, 271. See Erratum-, 297

Valve, Sugden’s Combined Stop and Isolating, 27

Vapour Water, 393

Vehicle, Self-Propelled. See Carriages, Motor-

Cars, Self-Propelled, and Wagons

Ventilating and Heating Small Workshops, 529

Veto of Ratepayers on Municipal Expenditure, 20

Vibrations of Shafts, Whirling and Transverse, 429

Vibratory Testing - Machine, Steel Duplex, (Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited), 671, 727. See Letters : Heat Treatment of Steel

Vibrograph, Mallock’s, 701. See also 893

Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited ; Duplex Vibratory Testing-Machine, 671, 727. See Letters : Heat Treatment of Steel

Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited. See H.M.S. “Triumph”

Vickers Steel, Thermal Treatment of, 671, 727.

See Heat Treatment of Steel and Letters

Victorian Railways, 508

Viscosity, Studies in, 731

Visit to America, British Engineers’, 506

Vogt Gas-Engine, 37

Volumenometer at the Cryogenic Laboratory, 323, 349

Vulcan Shipyard, Stettin ; Electric Travelling Crane (Stuckenholz), 712

“Vulcan ” Speed Indicator, 405

Wages, Assessment of a Miner’s, 383

Wages of London County Council Workers, 300

Wages, Piece-Work versus Premium, 107

Wages, Premium System in Government Dockyards, 339

Wages, Rational Basis of, 799, 838

Wagon-Buffer, Turton’s Mineral, 689

Wagon, Motor, Thornycroft, 220

Wagons, Large Capacity, and Railway Economics, 717

Wagons, Steam. See Motor-Cars ’

Wagons, Steel Railway 376

Waiha Mines, Cornish Cycle Pumping-Engines for, 391

War, Problems of Neutrality in Russo-Japanese, 130, 789

War, Russo-Japanese, 229

War, Russo-Japanese, and the Siberian Railway, 398

War-Time, Neutral Vessels in, 130 789,

War, Wireless Telegraphy and, 850

Ward’s Triplex Piston-Rings, 653

Warships:

Armour Distribution on Battleships, 778

Coaling Warships by Slide-Rule Regulation, 619

Electric-Lighting Engine, 150-Horse-Power, for British Ships, 530

Engines of H.M. Armoured Cruisers “ Kent,” “ Cornwall,” and “ Lancaster ” (Hawthorn, Leslie), 675

Expenditure of Principal Powers, Diagrams of, 366. See also 303, 333

Fire Prevention on Board, 498, 658

Guns for British Warships, 780. See also

II. M.S. “ Triumph”

H.M.S. “Bellerophon ;” Floating Workshop at Devonport, 569

H.M.S. “ Bullfinch,” Accident on, 179. See 163 and Letter, 223

H.M.S. “Roxburgh,” Launching of, 161

H.M.S. “Sentinel” (Scout), 575, 580, 605.

See Letters : Scouts

H.M.S. Steam Trials in 1903, 22

H.M.S. “Triumph.” See II. M.S. “Triumph”

H.M.S. “ Widgeon ” (River Gunboat), 614

H.M. Submarine, Loss of, 437

Japanese Cruisers “Kasuga” and “ Nis-shin ” (Ansaldo), 124

Japanese Navy, and Boiler Progress and Results, 547. See Letters

Merchant Cruisers and Steamship Subsidies, 440, 454, 487

Submarine-Boat Potentialities, 821. See 281

Submarine-Boats, 397, 437, 780, 821

Submarine Navigation, 281, 437

Torpedo-Boat, Oil versus Steam-Engines for, 460, 464. See also 303 and Letters, 537, 616

Torpedo-Boats with Rateau Steam-Turbine and Reciprocating Engines, 462, 515. See also 839, 862

Torpedo Progress, 780

Water-Tube Boilers, Management at Sea, 619

Water Companies and Fire-Extinguishment, 792 Water-Gauge, Wood’s, 61. See Erratum, 104 Water-Jets, Contraction of, 350

Water-Packing for Centrifugal-Pump Spindles, 105. See Letter

Water-Power, Congress on, French, 521

Water-Power, 304

Water-Power Station at Newry, 328

Water-Pump. See Pump

Water-Raising by Compressed Air, 25, 58, 59, 135, 166, 192, 223, 296, 340, 502, 615

Water and Sewage Purification, 282

Water-Tube Boiler, Stirling, for Steamer “Corona,” 156

Water-Tube Boiler and Superheater, 675

Water-Tube Boilers in the Japanese Navy, 547. See Letters

Water-Tube Boilers, Management of, at Sea, 619

Water-Tube Boilers, Yarrow, of H.M.S. “Triumph,” 89, 90. See Erratum, 127

Water-Turbines. See Turbines

Water-Vapour, 393

Waterways. See Rivers and Canals

Water-Wheels, Pelton, Pitman’s Governor for, 617

Water Works Acquirement, London, 544

Water Works, Antwerp, 735, 808

Waterloo Railway Accident, 296, 339, 358

Watson, George, on the Burning of Town Refuse, 830, 839. See also 797 and Letters

Wear Shipbuilding, 63, 155, 230, 545. See also

11, 62, 100

Web-Girders. See Bridges and Qirders

Welamsson Drawing-Table, 355

Wells’s Theodolite and Centering Tripod, 390

Welsh Private Bill Procedure, 753

West Hartlepool Town-Refuse Destructor, 830 839. See 797 and Letters

West Riding Rivers Purification, 319, 381, 451, 490, 528, 598, 631, 667, 741, 811, 842, 877

West, Thomas D., on Fan Power for Cupola, 766 West, Thomas D., on Green-Sand Mould, 64, 107 Western Australian Government Railways, 755 Westinghouse Brakes, Trials of Quick-Acting, 327 Westinghouse-Parsons Steam-Turbine, 899 Westminster Town-Refuse Destructor, 830, 839.

See 797 and Letters

Westphalia Wire-Rod and Bar-Rolling-Mill Plant, 776. See Erratum, 885

Wharf, Hydraulic, Jib-Crane, Tower Wharf, London,224

Wheels, Pelton, Pitman’s Governor for, 617 Whitby and Blyth Shipbuilding, 64

White, Sir William, on a National Experimental

Tank, 455, 482. See 459, 466

“Widgeon,” H.M. River Gunboat, 614

Wilson, the late Walter Henry, of Belfast, 724, 760

Winch, Steam, 2£-Ton Frictional Double-

Barrelled, 749. See Erratum, 785

Wind Effect on Roofs, 297

Winding-Engines, Electric, 403. See Letter, 297 Winding-Engines, Electrical, 214. See Erratum, 270

Wire-Rod and Bar Rolling-Mill Plants, Recent Progress, 776. See Erratum, 885

Wireless Telegraphy and the War, 850

Wires, Telegraph, Tension of, 759

Witton and Holford Works of Kynoch’s, Limited, 709

Wolseley Electric Rail-Autocar for the North-Eastern Railway, 15, 572

Wolseley Motor-Car, 6-Horse-Power, 463

Wolseley 96-Horse-Power Racing-Car, 572

Wolverton Carriage Works, London and North-Western Railway, 453

Wood, Multiple, Boring - Machine (Ransome, Newark-on-Trent), 355

Wood-Working Machinery. See Machine-Tools Wood’s Water-Gauge, 61. See Erratum, 104 Workers’ Wages, Rational Basis for, 799, 838 Working of the Boiler Explosions Act, 197 Working Stresses, 19, 60, 104, 135, 165, 223 Workmen’s Cases. See Legal

Workmen’s Compensation Cases. See Masters* and Servants' Cases under Legal

Works:

Edison Phonograph Works, Orange, N.J., 871

Glover’s Cable Works, Manchester, 5

Hecla Steel Works, Sheffield (Hadfield), 577 Kynoch’s Works at Witton and Holford, 709 London and North-Western Railway Carriage Works at Wolverton, 453

Napier Motor-Car Works, 256, 489, 557, 574. See Erratum, 409

Works and Factories, Power Transmission in, 686 Works Tests of Steam-Engines, 576, 589 Workshop, Floating, “ Bellerophon,” at Devon-port, 569

Workshop Tools. See Machine-Tools Workshops, Heating and Ventilating Small, 529 World’s Pig Iron, 511

Yarrow Boilers of H.M.S. “Triumph,” 89. See Erratum, 127

Yarrow Torpedo-Boat with Rateau Turbine, 462, 515. See 839, 862

Year-Book of German Naval Architects, 351 Year-Book, German Shipping, 5 Year-Books. See Literature

Yerkes Observatory and 40-In. Telescope, 593, 663

Zambesi River, Electric Cableway over (Poole’s), 572

Zinc Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams

Zoelly Steam-Turbine, 770

Sources of Information