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The Engineer 1889 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1889 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1889 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1889 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1889 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1889 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1889 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1889 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1889 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1889 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1889 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1889 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.

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List of Names

  • ADDY, Mr. Geo., Milling Cutter, 137
  • Adelphi Theatre, Electric Light Installation, The Edison-Swan United Company, 72, 73
  • Aden, The Defence of, Map of, 217
  • Alexandra Graving Dock, Belfast, 100-ton Crane, Mr. J. Taylor, 501
  • America, Locomotive Practice in, 372
  • American Breech-loading Cast Steel Gun, 223
  • American Heavy Camera Stand, The, Photographic Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, 402
  • American Locomotive Bar Frame, 518
  • Antifriction Conveyor and Grinding Machinery Company, The Antifriction Spiral Conveyor, 382
  • Antofagasta Railway, Bolivia, Viaduct over the River Loa, Mr. Edw. Woods, 332, 337
  • Antofagasta Railway, Bolivia, Viaduct over the River Loa, Mr. Edw. Woods (Supplement, April 26th), 346, 347, 348
  • Apia Harbour and the Course of the “Calliope,” Sketch Map of, 436
  • Archer’s Drain-pipe Joint, 25
  • “Arktos” Cold Air and Freezing Apparatus, Messrs. A. M. Perkins and Sons, 209
  • Arrol and Pringle’s Valve Gear, 47
  • Aspinall, Mr. J. A. F., Apparatus for Testing Slide Valve Friction, 238
  • “Australia,” H.M.S., Triple Expansion Engines, Messrs. R. Napier and Sons, 268
  • “Australia,” Valve Gear of the, 262
  • BAGNALL, Messrs., Locomotive, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 545
  • Bagnall, Mr. W. G., Steel Sleepers, 329
  • Bagshaw, Mr. Walter, Friction Clutch, 139
  • “Bar Lock” Type Writer, The, Paris Exhibition, 382
  • Barnaby, Sir N., Armour for Ships, 318, 323
  • Bauer’s Stocks and Dies, 250
  • Bauer’s Tube and Bolt Vice, 250
  • Belgian Locomotive Engine, Six-coupled, and Boiler, Paris Exhibition, 455, 464, 469
  • Belgian State Railways, Express Engine, Soc. Cockerill, 363, 364
  • Belgian State Railway Works, Mechlin, Plan of Tool-making and Grinding Shop, 237
  • Berry’s Aqua Thruster, Messrs. W. H. Bailey and Co., 137
  • Boule, M. A., Canalisation of Rivers, 60, 145, 252, 253
  • Bowesfield Iron Company, Rolling Mill Engines for the, Mr. J. Head, 144, 169
  • British Guiana, Steam Dredger for, Messrs. Priestman Brothers, 204
  • Brown’s Self-regulating Oil Cup, 304
  • Bucknall-Smith, Mr. J., Wire and Wire Ropes, 210, 243, 244, 317, 424, 425, 519
  • Bullivant, Messrs., Wire Rope Works, Plan of 243
  • Bullivant, Messrs., Wire Rope Works, Large Rope-closing Machine, 244
  • Bullivant, Messrs., Wire Rope Works, Large Wire Strand-making Machine, 244
  • Burrell and Sons, Messrs. C., Horizontal Engine, Royal Agricultural Society of England Show, 529
  • Burrell and Sons, Messrs., Spring Traction Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 544
  • CALEDONIAN Railway, Carriage Heating Apparatus, 3, 5
  • “Calliope,” Engines and Boilers of H.M.S., Messrs. J. and G. Rennie, 328
  • Cape of Good Hope, Map of, Defences of our Coaling Stations, 281
  • Capell Fan, German Type, 39
  • Capell Fan, Wales wood Colliery, 39
  • Carver’s Patent Fire-extinguishing Apparatus, 434
  • Cerro de Pasco, Transvaal, Gold-mining Plant Messrs. Appleby and Co., 133
  • Cerro de Pasco Gold Mine, 300-horse power Jonval Turbine, Mr. W. Gunther, 468
  • Chapin Iron Ore Mine, Michigan, U.S.A., 460 461
  • Chapin Iron Mine, Michigan, Compressed Airpower Plant, 420
  • Chapin Iron Mine, Michigan, U.S.A., Turbine House, 398
  • Chapman, Mr. C. J., Gripper for Cable Tramways, 395
  • Chat Moss Horse Patten, 92
  • City and Southwark Subway, Map of Route, and Sections of Tunnel End and Shield, 477
  • Colombia, Map of Railroads in, 304
  • Conemaugh Dam, The, 531
  • Corliss Engine, Horizontal, Mr. John Cochrane, 25 29
  • Crystal Palace, The Photographic Exhibition at the, 297, 356, 402, 403
  • DEACON’S Water Meter, Paris Exhibition, 362
  • Decauville Railway and Rolling Stock, Paris Exhibition, 447, 448
  • Denny’s, Mr. N. B., Nutlock Washer, 556
  • Desagulier’s “Experimental Philosophy,” Drawings of Wagons on an Early Railway, Reproduced from, 70
  • Douglass, Sir Jas., Beacon Lights and Fog Signals, 264
  • Douglass, Sir Jas., on Lighthouses and Lightships, 264, 265
  • EDMESTON and Sons, Messrs., Clutch Testing Apparatus, 114
  • Edwards, Mr., Steam Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 547
  • Edwards and Co., Messrs. B. J., Photographic Dry Plate Apparatus, 199, 200
  • Eiffel Tower, The, M. Gustave Eiffel, 6, 32
  • Eiffel Tower, Construction of the, 53
  • Eiffel Tower, Elevators in the, 416, 417
  • Eiffel Tower Foundation, The, 52
  • Eiffel Tower, Hydraulic Elevator, MM. Roux, Combaluzier, and Lepape, 241
  • Ende, Max am, Proposed Design for North River Bridge, 411
  • FERRANTI Armature, Details of the, 524
  • Follows and Bates, Messrs., Paint Mill, 416
  • Fontinette’s Hydraulic Canal Lift, Neuffosse Canal, Messrs. Clark, Standfield and Clark, 136
  • Forth Bridge, The, Progress to 1st December, 1888, Sir John Fowler and Mr. B. Baker, 36
  • Forward Gas Engine, The, Messrs. T. B. Barker and Co., 294, 295
  • France, Belgium, Holland, and England, Explosions of Locomotive Boilers in, 91, 156
  • Fritsche, Mr. W., Theory of Dynamo Machines, Figures in Illustration, 523
  • GARDNER Gun for Forts, Quick-firing, 126
  • General Engine and Boiler Company, Torpedo Impulse Tubes, 181
  • Glasgow and South-Western Railway, Bogie Passenger Engine, Mr. Hugh Smellie (Supplement, March lst, 22nd)
  • Glasgow and South-Western Railway, Bogie Passenger Engine, End Views, Mr. Hugh Smellie, 239
  • Grayd on Dynamite Shell, The, 160
  • Great Britain, Boiler Explosions in, 91
  • Gruson, Mr. Hermann, 520
  • Guernsey Waterworks, The, 486
  • HALLEWELL, Mr. Herbert, Smoke Preventer and Ventilator, 379
  • Halliday’s High and Low-pressure Filters, Crewe, 283
  • Harrison, Mr. G. H.. Steering Gear, 90
  • Hathaway, Mr. G., Butter Churn, R.A. Society’s Show, 553
  • Hathorn, Davey, and Co., Messrs., Direct-acting Accumulator Pumprng Engine, 310, 316
  • Herbert and Hubbard,'Messrs., Pill Picking and Sorting Machines, 446
  • H.M. First-class Battle-ship “Edinburgh,” Constructed at Pembroke Dockyard (Supplement, April 5th, 1889), 290
  • H.M.S. “ Benbow,” 10,600 tons, First-class Battleship (Supplement, June 7th, 1889)
  • H.M.S. “Benbow,” Bore of and Breech-loading Guns, 482, 483
  • H.M.S. “ Edinburgh,” Forty-seven Ton Gun, 287, 288
  • H.M.S. “ Victoria” (Supplement, February 15th, 1889)
  • H.M.S. “ Victoria,” Turret of, 140
  • Hertay, Mr., 400-H.P. Condensing Engine at the Brussels Exhibition, 153, 164
  • Hett’s Turbine Governor, 244
  • Hodges and Bridgman’s Patent Box-nailing Machine, 245
  • Hong Kong and Coast Adjacent, Map of Island of, 45
  • Hopcraft’s Rotative Furnace, 250
  • Hornsby and Sons, Messrs. R., Portable Winding and Pumping Engine, 189
  • Hosken’s Draw Hook and Coupling, 303
  • Hunt, Mr,, Screw-cutting Lathe, 383
  • INGHAM Gas Producer, The, 3, 18
  • Isherwood, Mr. Thomas, Holdfast Roller Cap and Centre Shaft, 294
  • Italian Cruiser “Piemonte,” The, Sir W. Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., 350, 354
  • Italian Mediterranean Railway, Passenger Engine, Commendatore Frescot, 96, 97, 272, 273
  • “J. A.,” Future Warship Design, 251
  • Johansson, Mr., Butter Extractor, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 552
  • Johnstown Disaster, Map of the Region of the, 531
  • KENDALL and Gent, Messrs., Pessenger’s Spring Fitting Machine, 378
  • Kensington Central Electric Lighting Station, House-to-House Electric Light Supply Company, 118, 123
  • Kensington, Engines of the House-to-House Electric. Lighting Installation, Messrs. J. Fowler and Co., 435
  • Kodak Camera, The, Photographic Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, 402, 403
  • “LA FLANDRE ” Paddle Steamer, Engines of, for the Belgian Royal Mail Service, La Soci6t€ Cockerill, 284, 285
  • La Louvifere, Hydraulic Canal Lift, Messrs. Clark, Standfield, and Clark, 28, 76, 82
  • Langdon and Davies, Messrs., The Phonophore, 532
  • Lang’s, and the Ordinary Construction of Wire Rope, 425
  • Latch and Batchelor, Messrs., Wire and Wire Ropes, 519
  • Lege Torpedo, The, 305
  • Little and Stevenson, Messrs., Combination Conveyor, 325
  • Loa Viaduct, Testing the Columns of the, 346
  • Loa Viaduct, Transverse Girders, 348
  • London and Brighton Railway Company’s S.S. Paris, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 226
  • London Electric Supply Corporation, Deptford Central Station, Roof over Engine and Machine Buildings, 471
  • London Electric Supply Corporation, Central Station, Deptford, S. Z. de Ferranti, 286, 287, 293, 311, 524
  • London and North-Western Railway, Steel Boiler, Mr. F. W. Webb, 498
  • London and North-Western Railway, Steel Firebox, Mr. F. W. Webb, 499
  • London and South-Western Railway, Passenger Locomotive, Mr. W. Adams (Supplement, January 18th, 1889)
  • London Water Meter Company, The, Differential Positive Water Meter, 417
  • Lowrie and Hall’s Automatic Regulator, Figs. 1, 2, Kensington Central Electric Lighting Station, 123
  • Lowrie and Hall’s Converter, Kensington Central Electric Lighting Station, Fig. 4, 123
  • Lowrie and Hall’s Current Meter, Fig. 5, 123
  • Lowrie and Hall’s Switch Board, Fig. 3, 123
  • Lowrie Parker Dynamo, The, 454
  • McINNES Indicator, 489
  • McLaren, Messrs. J. and H., Semi-portable Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 545
  • Mallet Compound Articulated Locomotive, Deca uville Railway, Paris Exhibition, 448
  • Manchester and Liverpool Railway, New Chapter in the History of the, Aiderman W. H. Bailey, 92
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Plans, 432, 433
  • Manchester Ship Canal at Thelwall, Bridge over the, 435
  • Martin and Co., Messrs., Internal Friction Gear for Driving Dynamo Machines, 425
  • Martini and Small Bore Ammunition, 90
  • Mason and Co., Messrs. S., Twin Lever Stone Breaker, 126
  • Massey, Messrs. B. and S., Compound Steam Forging Press, 468
  • Mathewson’s Steam Drier, 161
  • Maxim-Nordenfelt Exhibits in the Paris Exhibition, 542
  • Metropolitan District Railway, Four-Coupled Passenger Tank Engines {Supplement, May 18th, 1889)
  • Mexico Valley, Drainage of the, Map Showing the Project for, 555
  • Miner, A, Fan Efficiency, 26, 83
  • Mogul Engine, Class S. L., Canadian Pacific Railway, Mr. Francis F. Brown {Supplement, June 21st, 1889), 520
  • Moncrieff, Mr. W. D. Scott, Domestic Drainage, 168
  • Morison, Mr. D. B., Indicator Piston, 383
  • Mudd, Mr. Thos., Quadruple Expansion Engines, 49
  • Mumford, Mr. A., Steam Launch Engines, 274
  • NAPIER, Mr. C., Spring Tip-Trucks for Heavy Materials, 424
  • New York Electric Street Railway, on the Bentley- Knight System, 104
  • North-Eastern Railway, Permanent Way, Messrs. Cabry and Kinch, 8
  • Northfleet Series Electric Tramway, Dynamos and Cars, Permanent Way, Arrangement of Cables and Contacts, 219, 221, 222
  • North River, New York. Proposed Design for a Bridge Over, Mr. Max am Ende, 411, 412, 413
  • OERLTKON Co. Dynamo, Paris Exhibition, 506
  • Ordnance Store Department, Tests for Proving Bayonets and Swords, 212
  • “Ormea” Twin Screw Yacht, The Ardrossan Shipbuilding Co. {Supplement, April 12th, 1889) Otto Wire Ropeway, Gottesegen Colliery, Anto- nienhiitte, Upper Silesia (Supplement, January 25th, 1889)
  • Otto Wire Ropeway, Gottesegen Colliery, Anto- nienhutte-Terminal Station, 115, 116, 125
  • PARIS, Bellville, General View, Central Station, Compagnie Parisienne de Fair Comprimd, 366, 368, 371, 374
  • Paris Exhibition, Biscuit-making Machinery, Messrs. Joseph Baker and Sons, 502, 503
  • Paris Exhibition, Bookbinding Machinery, 367
  • Paris Exhibition, Electric Light at the, Thomson-Houston System, 539, 540, 541, 542
  • Paris Exhibition, Electric Lighting at the, Fabius Henrion System, 457, 458
  • Paris Exhibition, Electric Lighting Traction Engine, Messrs. Aveling and Porter, 442
  • Paris Exhibition, Elevators in the Eiffel Tower, 416, 417
  • Paris Exhibition, Express Engines, 362, 363
  • Paris Exhibition, General Plan, The, 361
  • Paris Exhibition, Hotchkiss Ordnance, 479, 480
  • Paris Exhibition, The Illuminated Fountains, 365
  • Paris Exhibition, Locomotive Engines at the, 455, 456
  • Paris Exhibition, Plans of the Esplanade des Invalides, and Side Facing the Seine, 391
  • Paris Exhibition, A Remarkable Casting, Messrs. Cockerill and Co., 521
  • Paris Exhibition, Robinson and Son’s Roller Mill Machinery, 490
  • Paris Exhibition, Stand of the Oerlikon Works, 506, 510, 511
  • Paris Exhibition, Steam Tramway Engine, La Cie Metallurgique, 463
  • “Peckham” Car Wheels, The, 483, 484
  • Perkins, Son, and Barrett, Messrs., Wrought Iron Cone Pulleys, 160
  • Perret Furnace Fitted to a Cornish Boiler, 114
  • Perret Furnace Applied to a Lancashire Boiler, Messrs. Bryan Donkin and Co., Ill
  • Pessenger’s Spring Fitting Machine, Messrs. Kendall and Gent, 378
  • Popp Compressed Air System in Paris, The, 366, 368, 371
  • Pretzien Bridge Dam, The, 349
  • Priestman’s Petroleum Engines, the R.A.S E Show, 522
  • Puplett’s Ammonia Ice-making Machine, The Pulsometer Engineering Co., 74, 77
  • RANSOMES, Sims and Jefferies, Messrs., Horizontal Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 547
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Messrs., SemiPortable Engine, R.A.S.E., 525
  • R. E. Stuffing Box Glands, 333
  • “Reina Regente ” and “Piemonte,” Protective Deck Arrangements of the Armour-clads, 512
  • Richardson, Mr. A. W., High-speed Engine, 245
  • Rickinson, Mr. H., Indicating Callipers, 378
  • Robey and Co., Messrs., Thrashing Machine with New Shaker, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 552
  • Royal Agricultural Show, Windsor, Map of District and Show Ground, 517
  • Royal Artillery Barracks, Aden, Ironworks for, 180, 184
  • Rowe’s Automatic Gun-firing Apparatus, 395
  • Ruston, Proctor, and Co., Messrs., Contractor’s Tank Locomotive, 395
  • SACK, Mr. Hugo, on Universal Rolling Mills for the Rolling of Girders and Cruciform Sections, 405, 426
  • Schaffer and Budenburg, Messrs., Acme Steam Trap, 379
  • Schelp, jun., Mr. F., New Cable Grip, 439
  • Schneider Armour-plates, 97
  • Seine, Canalisation of the, The Suresnes Barrage, 440, 441
  • Serve, M., Patent Ribbed Tube, 335
  • Sherwin’s Vertical Machine Vice, 500
  • Singapore, Map of, 89
  • “Singapore,” S.S., Quadruple Expansion Engines, Messrs. Fleming and Ferguson, 329
  • Smith, Mr. J. Bucknall, Wire and Wire Ropes {see Bucknall-Smith}.
  • Smith and Coventry, Messrs., Hollow Mandril Lathe, Paris Exhibition, 370
  • Smith and Stevens, Messrs., Duplex Pump, 38
  • Society of Arts Engine Trials, 177, 196
  • South American Bridges, Some, 438
  • Stanley Exhibition of Cycles, The, 157, 158
  • Stannah, Mr. J., Variable Power Hydraulic Apparatus, 439
  • S.S. “Java,” Repairs of the Screw-shaft, 61
  • S.S. “Benmore,” Triple Expansion Engines, The N.E. Engineering Co. {Supplement, May 3rd, 1889)
  • S.S. “Meteor,” Professor A. Kennedy’s Report upon Trials of the, Diagrams, 381, 414
  • S.S. “Rouen” and “Paris,” Compound Engines, Constructed by the Fairfield Engineering Co., Designed by Mr. W. Stroudley {Supplement, March 15th, 1889)
  • S.S. “Rouen” and “Paris,” End View of Engines, 223
  • S.S. “Singapore,” Quadruple Expansion Engines, Messrs. Fleming and Ferguson, 355
  • S.S. “Tartar,” Repairs of the Screw-shaft, 61
  • S.S. “Victoria” and “Domira,” Triple Expansion Engines (Supplement, January 4th, 1889)
  • Stevens and Major’s Patent Lubricator, 283
  • Sturtevant Mill, The, 161
  • TERRY, Court, and Garrick Theatres, Structural Ironwork in the, 94
  • Thomson-Houston, 80-H.P. Generator for Power Transmission, Paris Exhibition, 539
  • Thomson-Houston, 45-H.P. Motor, Compound Dynamo, and Potential Equaliser, Paris Exhibition, 548
  • Thomson, Professor James, Jet Pump, as Supplying a Familiar Example of Induced Current Action, 131
  • Tower’s Steady Platform Apparatus, 325
  • Traigneaux Quarry, Belgium, Quarrying Machinery, Soc. Anonyme Internationale du Fil Helicoid al, Paris Exhibition, 392, 393, 394
  • Truro Rock Drill, The, 2
  • Turner New Engine and Boiler, The, 462
  • Tylorand Co., Messrs. J., Positive and Inferential Water Meters, 378
  • U.S. CAST Steel Rifled Gun, Burst, 37
  • Unwin, Prof. W. C., Fan Efficiency, 26
  • VERSE Water Shed and Dam Site, Map of the, 122
  • Vyrnwy Masonry Dam, Liverpool Waterworks, Mr. G. F. Deacon, 56 '
  • WATTS and CO., Messrs. John, Double Band Saw Machine for Deep Cutting, 197, 201
  • Webb’s New Steel Boiler, 498, 499
  • Webster, Mr. Wm., Electrical Treatment of Sewage, 261
  • Weeks and Sons, Messrs. W., Hop Washing Machine, Sketch of Movable Shafts, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 552
  • West Australian Land Company’s Pier at Albany, 93
  • W. Hartlepool, Gas Producer and Plate Furnace, Central Shipyard, Mr. W. P. Ingham, 3, 18
  • Westphalia, Proposed Dam on the Verse (Supplement, February 1st, 1889)
  • Wheeler, Mr. Herbert, Lathe, 139
  • White, Mr. W. H., Designs for the New Battleships, 306, 307
  • Wild and Co., Messrs. J., Governor, 137
  • Wiseman, Mr, W., Railway Accidents from Unexplained Causes, Diagrams in Illustration, 553
  • Worthington Pumping Engines, Bournemouth Waterworks, Messrs. Jas. Simpson and Co., 7, 10

Subject Matter.

  • AIR Compressing Plant of the Compagnie Parisi- enne de 1’Air Comprimd, Boiler House, Messrs. Davey, Paxman, and Co., 371, 374
  • Alternative Designs for First-class Battleships, 230
  • Ammunition, Martini and Small Bore, 90
  • Aqua-Thruster, Berry’s, Messrs. W. H. Bailey and Co., 137
  • Armature, Details of the Ferranti, 524
  • Armour-plates, Schneider, 97
  • Armour for Ships, Sir N. Barnaby, 318, 323
  • Automatic Gun-firing Apparatus, Rowe’s, 395
  • Automatic Regulator, Messrs. Lowrie and Hall, Figs. 1, 2, Kensington Central Electric Lighting Station, 123
  • BAND Saw Machine for Deep Cutting, Double, Messrs. John Watts and Co., 197, 201
  • Battleship “ Edinburgh,” H.M. First-class, Constructed at Pembroke Dockyard (Supplement, April 5th, 1889), 290
  • Battleships, Alternative Designs for First-class, 230
  • Battleships, Mr. W. H. White on the Designs for the New, 306, 307
  • Beacon Lights and Fog Signals, Sir Jas. Douglass on, 264
  • Biscuit-making Machinery, Paris Exhibition, Messrs. Joseph Baker and Sons, 502, 503
  • Boiler Explosions in Great Britain, 91
  • Boiler Explosions, Locomotive, in France, Belgium, Holland, and England, 91, 156
  • Boiler Tube, Patent Ribbed, M. Serve, 335
  • Boiler, Webb’s New Steel, 498, 499
  • Bookbinding Machinery, Paris Exhibition, 367
  • Box Nailing Machine, Hodges and Bridgman’s Patent, 245
  • Bow and Breech-loading Guns of H.M.S. “Benbow,” 482, 483
  • Bridge, The Forth, Progress to 1st December, 1888, Sir John Fowler and Mr. B. Baker, 36
  • Bridge over the Manchester Ship Canal at Thel- wall, 435
  • Bridge over North River, New York, Proposed Design for, Mr. Max Am Ende, 411, 412, 413
  • Bridges, Some South American, 438
  • Butter Churn, Mr. G. Hathaway, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 553
  • Butter Extractor, Mr. Johansson, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 552
  • CABLE Grip, New, Mr. F. Schelp, Jun., 439
  • Callipers, Indicating, Mr. H. Rickinson, 378
  • Camera, The Kodak, Photographic Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, 402, 403
  • Camera Stand, The American Heavy, Photographic Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, 402
  • Canalisation of Rivers, M. A. BoulA 60, 145, 252, 253
  • Canalisation of the Seine, The Suresnes Barrage, 440, 441
  • Carriage Heating Apparatus, Caledonian Railway, 3, 5
  • Car Wheels, The “Peckham,” 483, 484
  • Casting, A Remarkable, Paris Exhibition, Messrs. Cockerill and Co., 521
  • Clutch Testing Apparatus, Messrs. Edmeston and Sons, 114
  • Coaling Station, Defences of Our, Map of the Cape of Good Hope, 281
  • Cold Air and Freezing Apparatus, “Arktos,” Messrs. A. M. Perkins and Sons, 209
  • Compressed Air Power Plant, Chapin Iron Mine, Michigan, 420
  • Compressed Air System in Paris, The Popp, 366, 368, 371
  • Converter, Messrs. Lowrie and Hall, Kensington Central Electric Lighting Station, Fig. 4, 123
  • Conveyor, The Anti-friction Spiral, The Antifriction Conveyor and Grinding Machinery Co., 382
  • Conveyor, Patent Combination, Messrs. Little and Stevenson, 325
  • Crane, 100-Ton, Alexandra Graving Dock, Belfast, Mr. J. Taylor, 501
  • Cruiser, “Piemonte,” The Italian, Sir W. Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., 350, 354
  • Current Meter, Messrs. Lowrie and Hall, Kensington Central Electric Lighting Station, Fig. 5, 123
  • Cycles, The Stanley Exhibition of, 157, 158
  • DAM, The Connemaugh, 531
  • Dam, The Pretzien Bridge, 349
  • Dam, Proposed, on the Verse, Westphalia (Supplement, February Ist, 1889)
  • Dam, Vyrnwy Masonry, Liverpool Waterworks Mr. G. F. Deacon, 56
  • Dams, Ancient Fixed, M. A. Bould on the Canalisation of Rivers, 60
  • Drainage, Domestic, Mr. W. D. Scott Moncrieff, 168
  • Drainage of the Mexico Valley, Map Showing the Project for, 555
  • Drain Pipe Joint, Archer’s, 25
  • Draw Hook and Coupling, Hosken’s, 303
  • Drill, The Truro Rock, 2
  • Dynamite Shell, The Gray don, 160
  • Dynamo, The Lowrie-Parker, 434
  • Dynamo Machines, Theory of, Mr. W. Fritche. Figs., 523
  • ELECTRIC Light Installation, Adelphi Theatre, The Edison-Swan United Company, 72, 73
  • Electric Light at the Paris Exhibition, The Fabrius Henrion System, 457, 458
  • Electric Light at the Paris Exhibition, The Illuminated Fountains, 365
  • Electric Light at the Paris Exhibition, The Thomson-Houston 80-Horse Power Generator for Power Transmission, 539
  • Electric Light at the Paris Exhibition, Stand of the Oerlikon Works, 506, 510, 511
  • Electric Lighting Station, Kensington Central, 118,123
  • Electric Street Railway on the Bentley-Knight System, New York, 104
  • Electric Supply Corporation, London, Central 293^311 Deptford’ Z- de Ferranti, 286, 287,
  • Electric Supply Corporation, Roof over Engine and Machine Building, Deptford Central Station, 471
  • Electrical Treatment of Sewage, Mr. Wm. Webster, 261
  • Elevators in the Eiffel Tower, 416, 417
  • Engine, Bogie. Passenger, Glasgow and South- Western Railway (Supplement March 1st and 22nd, 1889)
  • Engine, Bogie Passenger, End Views, Glasgow and South-Western Railway, Mr. Hugh Smellie, 239
  • Engine and Boiler, The Turner, New, 462
  • Engine, 400-Horse Power Condensing, at the Brussels Exhibition, Mr. Hertay, 153, 164
  • Engine, Electric Lighting Traction, Messrs. Ave- ling and Porter, Paris Exhibition, 442
  • Engine, Express, Belgian State Railway, Soci£t6 Cockerill, 363, 364
  • Engine, The Forward Gas, Messrs. T. B. Barker and Co., 294, 295
  • Engine, High Speed, Mr. A. W. Richardson, 245
  • Engine, Horizontal, Messrs. C. Burrell and Sons, Royal Agricultural Society of England’s Show, 529
  • Engine, Horizontal, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 547
  • Engine, Horizontal Corliss, Mr. John Cochrane, 25, 29
  • Engine, Mogul, Canadian Pacific Railway, Class S. L., Mr. Francis F. Brown (Supplement June 21st, 1889), 520
  • Engine, Passenger, Italian Mediterranean Railway, Commendatore Frescot, 96, 97, 272, 273
  • Engine, Portable Winding and Pumping, Messrs. R. Hornsby and Sons, 189
  • Engine, Semi - portable, Messrs. J. and H. McLaren, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 545
  • Engine, Semi-portable, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Royal Agricultural Society of England’s Show, 525
  • Engine, Six-coupled Belgian, and Boiler, Paris Exhibition, 455, 464, 469
  • Engine, Spring Traction, Messrs. Burrell and Sons, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 544
  • Engine, Steam, Mr. Edward’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 547
  • Engine, Steam Tramway, Paris Exhibition, La Cie. Metallurgique, 463
  • Engine Trials, Society of Arts, 162, 177, 196
  • Engines and Boilers of H.M.S. “Calliope,” Messrs. J. and G. Rennie, 328
  • Engines, Compound, S.S. “Rouen’’and “Paris,” Fairfield Engine Company, Designed by Mr. W. Stroudley (Supplement, March 15th. 1889), 223
  • Engines, Express, The Paris Exhibition, 362, 363
  • Engines, Four-coup]ed Passenger Tank, Metropolitan District Railway (Supplement, May l8th, 1889)
  • Engines of the House-to-House Electric Lighting Installation, Kensington, Messrs. J. Fowler, 435
  • Engines of “La Flandre” Paddle Steamer for the Belgian Royal Mail Service, La Societe Cockerill, 281, 285
  • Engines, Priestman’s Petroleum, The Royal Agricultural Society of England’s Show, 522
  • Engines, Quadruple Expansion, S.S. “Singapore,” Messrs. Fleming and Ferguson, 329, 355
  • Engines, Quadruple Expansion, Mr. Tbos. Mudd, 49
  • Engines, Rolling Mill, Bowesfield Iron Company, Mr. J. Head, 144, 169
  • Engines, Steam Launch, Mr. A. Mumford, 274
  • Engines, Triple Expansion, H.M.S. “Australia,” Messrs. R. Napier and Sons, 268
  • Engines, Triple Expansion Marine, S.S. “Ben- more,” The North-Eastern Engineering Company (Supplement, May 3rd, 1889)
  • Engines, Triple Expansion, S.S. “ Victoria ” and “ Domira ” (Supplement, January 4th, 1889)
  • FAN, Capell, German Type, 39
  • Fan, Capel], Waleswood Colliery, 39
  • Fan Efficiency, 101
  • Fan Efficiency, Mr. W. C. Unwin, 26
  • Fan Efficiency, “A Miner,” 26, 83
  • Filters, C. Halliday’s High and Low-Pressure, Crewe, 283
  • Fire-box, Steel, Mr. F. W. Webb, London and North-Western Railway, 499
  • Fire Extinguishing Apparatus, Carver’s, 434
  • First-class Battle-ship, H.M.S. “ Benbow,” 10,600 tons (Supplement, June 7th, 1889)
  • First-class Battle-ship, “ Victoria,” H.M. (Supplement, February 15th, 1889)
  • Friction Clutch,' Mr. Walter Bagshaw, 139
  • Furnace, Hopcraft’s Rotative, 250
  • Furnace, Perret, Applied to a Cornish Boiler, 114
  • Furnace, Perret, Applied to a Lancashire Boiler, 111
  • GAS Engines, Combustion in, Diagrams Relating to, 546, 547
  • Gas Engines, Trials by Society of Arts, 177, 196
  • Gas Producer, The Ingham, 3, 18
  • Gas Producer, Plate Furnace, Central Shipyard, West Hartlepool, Mr. W. P. Ingham, 3, 18
  • Gold Mining Plant, Cerro de Pasco, Transvaal, Messrs. Appleby and Co., 133
  • Governor, Messrs. J. Wild and Co., 137
  • Gripper for Cable Tramways, Mr. C. J. Chapman, 395
  • Gun, American Breech-loading, Cast Steel, 223
  • Gun, Burst U.S., Cast Steel Rifled, 37
  • Gun for Forts, Quick-firing, Gardner, 126
  • Gun, 47-Ton, H.M.S. “Edinburgh,” 287, 288
  • HOLDFAST Roller Cap and Centre Shaft, Mr. Thos. Isherwood, 294
  • Hop Washing Machines, Sketch of Movable Shafts, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Messrs. W. Weeks and Sons, 552
  • Horse Patten, Chat Moss, 92
  • Hydraulic Apparatus, Variable Power, Mr. J. Stannah, 439
  • Hydraulic Canal Lift, Fontinette’s, Messrs. Clark, Stanfield, and Clark, 136
  • Hydraulic Canal Lift, LaLouvibre, Messrs. Clark, Stanfield, and Clark, 28, 76, 82
  • Hydraulic Elevator, Eiffel Tower, MM. Roux, Combaluzier, and Lepage, 241
  • ICE-MAKING Machine, Puplett’s Ammonia, The Pulsometer Engineering Company, 74, 77
  • Indicator, Mclnnes’, 489
  • Induced. Currents, Jet Pump as Supplying a Familiar Example of their Action, Professor Jas. Thomson, 131
  • Internal Friction Gear for Driving Dynamo Machines, Messrs. Martin and Co., 425
  • Ironwork for Royal Artillery Barracks, 180, 184
  • LATHE, Mr. Herbert Wheeler, 139
  • Lathe, Hollow Mandril, Messrs. Smith and Coventry, 370
  • Lathe, Screw-cutting, Mr. Hunt, 383
  • Lighthouses and Lightships, 264, 265
  • Locomotive, Messrs. Bagnall, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 545
  • Locomotive Engines at the Paris Exhibition. 455, 456
  • Locomotive, Mallet Compound Articulated, Decau- ville Railway, Paris Exhibition, 448
  • Locomotive Passenger, London and South- Western Railway, Mr. W. Adams (Supplement January 18th, 1889)
  • Locomotive Practice in America, 372
  • Locomotive Practice in America, American Bar Frame, 518
  • Locomotive Tank Engine, Contractor’s, Messrs. Ruston, Proctor, and Co., 395
  • Lubricator, Stevens and Major’s Patent, 283
  • MAP of Aden, Defences of our Coaling Stations, 217
  • Map of Apia Harbour, and the Course of the “ Calliope,” 436
  • Map of District and Show Ground, Royal Agricultural Show, Windsor, 517
  • Map of the Island of Hong Kong and Coast Adjacent, 45
  • Map of the Region of the Johnstown Disaster, 531
  • Map of Singapore, 89
  • Map of the Verse Water Shed and Dam Site, 122
  • Mill, The Sturtevant, 161
  • Milling Cutter, Mr. George Addy, 137
  • Mine, Michigan, U.S.A., Chapin Iron Ore, 460, 461
  • Motor, 45-H.P., Compound Dynamo and Potential Equaliser, Thomson-Houston, Paris Exhibition, 548
  • NUTLOCK Washer, Mr. N. B. Dennys, 556
  • OIL Cup, Brown’s Self-Regulating, 304
  • Ordnance, Hotchkiss, Paris Exhibition, 479, 480
  • PAINT Mill, Messrs. Follows and Bates, 416
  • Permanent Way, North-Eastern Railway, Messrs. Cabry and Kinch, 8
  • Phonophore, The, Messrs. Langdon and Davies, 532
  • Photographic Dry Plate Apparatus, Messrs. B. T. Edwards and Co., 199, 200
  • Photographic Exhibition, Crystal Palace, 297, 356
  • Photographic Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, The, 402, 403
  • Pier at Albany, West Australian Land Co.’s, 93
  • Pill Picking and Sorting Machine, Messrs. Herbert and Hubbard, 446
  • Piston Indicator, Mr. D. B. Morison, 383
  • Plan of the Paris Exhibition, General, 361
  • Plans, Manchester Ship Canal, 432, 433
  • Plans of the Paris Exhibition, Esplanade des Invalides and Side Facing the Seine, 391
  • Portrait of Mr. Hermann Gruson, 520
  • Press, Compound Steam Forging, Messrs. B. and S. Massey, 468
  • Protective Deck Arrangements of the “Reina Regente” and “Piemonte,” 512
  • Pulleys, Wrought Iron Cone, Messrs. Perkins, Son, and Barrett, 160
  • Pump, Duplex, Messrs. Smith and Stevens, 38
  • Pumping Engine, Direct-acting Accumulator, Messrs. Hathorn, Davey, and Co., 310, 316
  • Pumping Engines, Worthington, Bournemouth Waterworks. Messrs, Jas. Simpson and Co., 7, 10
  • QUARRYING Machinery, Traigneaux Quarry, Belgium, Soc. Anonyme Internationale du Fit Helicoidal, Paris Exhibition, 392, 393, 394
  • RAIL for Street Railways, New, American Engineering News, 450
  • Railroads in Colombia, Map of, 304
  • Railway Accidents from Unexplained Causes, Diagrams in Illustration, Mr. W. Wiseman, 553
  • Railway and Rolling Stock, Decauville, Paris Exhibition, 447, 448
  • Railways, Early, 92
  • Roller Mill Machinery, Robinson and Sons, Paris Exhibition, 490
  • Rolling Mills for the Rolling of Girders and Cruciform Sections, Mr. Hugo Sack, 405, 426
  • Rope Closing Machine, Large, Messrs. Bullivant’s Wire Rope Works, 244
  • SCREW Shaft, S.S. “Java,” Repairs of the, 61
  • Screw Shaft, S.S. “Tartar,” Repairs of the, 61
  • Series Electric Tramway, Northfleet, Dynamos and Cars, Arrangement of Cables and Contacts, Permanent Way, 219, 221, 222
  • Sewage, Electrical Treatment of, 261
  • Six-pounder Quick-firing Guns, The Maxim- Nordenfelt, at the Paris Exhibition, 542
  • Sleepers, Steel, Mr. W. G. Bagnall, 329
  • Smoke Preventer and Ventilator, Mr. Herbert Hallewell,379
  • Spring Fitting Machine, Pessenger’s, Messrs. Kendall and Gent, 378
  • Steady Platform Apparatus, Tower’s 325
  • Steam Dredger for British Guiana, Messrs. Priestman and Bros., 204
  • Steam Drier,' Mathewson’s, 161
  • Steam Trap, Acme, Messrs. Schaffer and Buden- burg, 379
  • S.S. “Paris,” London and Brighton Railway Co.’s, 226
  • Steering Gear, Mr. G. H. Harrison, 90
  • Stocks and Dies, Bauer’s, 250
  • Structural Ironwork in the Terry, Court, and Garrick Theatres, 94
  • Stuffing Box Glands, “R. E.,” 333
  • Subway, City and Southwark, Map of Route and Sections of Tunnel End and Sh'eld, 477
  • Switch Board, Messrs. Lowrie and Hall, Kensington Central Electric Lighting Station, Fig. 3, 123
  • TESTING Slide Valve Friction, Apparatus for, Mr. J. A. F. Aspinall, 238
  • Tests for Proving Bayonetsand Swords, Ordnance Store Department, 212
  • Thrashing Machine with New Shaker, Messrs. Robey and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 552
  • Tip Trucks, Spring, for Heavy Materials, Mr. C. Napier, 424
  • Tool-making and Grinding Shop, Plan of Belgian State Railway Works, Mechlin, 237
  • Torpedo Impulse Tubes, General Engine and B jiler Co., 181
  • Torpedo, The Lege, 305
  • Tower, The Eiffel, M. Gustave Eiffel, 6, 32
  • Tower, The Eiffel, Construction of, 53
  • Tower, The Eiffel, Foundation of, 52
  • Tramway, Series Electrical, 219, 221, 222
  • Trials of the S.S. “ Meteor,” Prof. A. Kennedy’s Report upon, Diagrams, 381, 414
  • Tube and Bolt Vice, Bauer’s, 250
  • Turbine Governor, Hett’s, 244
  • Turbine House, Chapin Iron Mine, Michigan, U.S.A., 398
  • Turbine, 300-H.P., Jonval, Cerro de Pasco Gold Mine, Mr. W. Gunther, 468
  • Turret of H. M.S. “Victoria,” 140
  • Twin Lever Stone Breaker, Messrs. S. Mason and Co., 126
  • Type Writer, The Bar Lock, Paris Exhibition, 382
  • VALVE Gear, Arrol and Pringle’s, 47
  • Valve Gear of the “ Australia, ” 262
  • Viaduct, The Loa, The Antofagasta Railway, Bolivia, Mr. Edward Woods, (Supplement, April 26th, 1889), 332, 337, 346, 347, 348
  • Viaduct, The Loa, Transverse Girders, 348
  • Viaduct, Testing the Columns of the Loa, 346
  • Vice, Sherwin’s Vertical Machine, 500
  • WAGONS on an Early Railway, 70
  • Warship Design, Future, “J. A.,” 251
  • Water Meter, Deacon’s, Paris Exhibition, 362
  • Water Meter, The Differential Positive, The London Water Meter Company, 416
  • Water Meters, Positive and Inferential, Messrs. J. Tylor and Co., 378
  • Waterworks, The Guernsey, 486
  • Wire Rope, Lang’s, and the Ordinary Construction of, 425
  • Wire Ropeway, The Otto, Gottesegen Colliery, Upper Silesia, Antonienhiitte (Supplement, January 25th, 1889), 115, 116
  • Wire and Wire Ropes, their Manufacture and Uses, Mr. J. Bucknall-Smith, 210, 243, 244, 317, 424, 425, 519
  • Wire Rope Works, Plan of Messrs. Bullivant’s, 243
  • Wire Strand-making Machine, Large, Messrs. Bullivant’s Wire Rope Works, 244
  • Wire and Wire Ropes, Messrs. Latch and Batchelor, 519
  • YACHT, “Ormea,” The Twin-Screw, The Ardrossan Shipbuilding Company (Supplement, April 12th, 1889)

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