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The Engineer 1892 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1892 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1892 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
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1892, 9, 53

  • Aalesund, Fish Guano Works at, 321
  • Abbott, Mr., Portland Cement Testing, 252
  • Abbott and Smith, Messrs., Electrical Organblowing Apparatus at the Goldsmith’s Insti- stitute, New Cross, 438
  • Abney, Captain W. de W., Light and Colour, 417
  • Abstracts of Consular and Diplomatic Reports, 41, 105, 272, 296, 472, 514, 549
  • “Abyssinia,” Loss of the, 91
  • Accident to the “ Victoria,” 91
  • Accidents to Workmen, Increase of, Attending Compulsory Liability of Employers, Mr. J. S. Jeans, 516
  • Adams, Mr. John Couch, 95
  • Adjustable Lock and Weir, Mr. A. F. Fowler, 338, 391
  • Aerial Navigation, 528
  • Aerial Navigation, Modern, 435
  • Aerial Ropeway, Otto, Messrs. Commans and Co., 453
  • Aerial Torpedo Thrower, The, 491, 500
  • Aeronautics, Military, 323
  • Aerotransitor, The Last Trial with Quartermain’s, 440
  • Air Compressor, Single-acting Compound, Inger- soll-Sergeant Drill Co., 496
  • Air Pumps and Condensers for Steam Engines, Mr. Alf. Towler, 414, 357
  • Airy, Mr. W., on Weighing Machines, 75
  • Airy, Sir Geo. Bid dell, 33
  • Alkali Act and Chemical Works, The, 545
  • Allan Line Steamer, “ Caspian,” Accident to the, 465
  • Allen, Mr. J. H, His Digest of Cycles, 91
  • Alloy, a New Electro-deposited, 315
  • Allport, Sir James, 365
  • Alternating Current, Ferranti, (Figs. 4 and 5), 430
  • Alternating Currents of High Frequency, Mr. Nikola Tesla on, 108
  • Alternating Motors, 118
  • Alternator, Elwell-Parker, 285
  • Alternator, Fricker, 284
  • Aluminium, Mr. H. Fowler on, 84
  • Aluminium Coins, 192
  • Aluminium for Military Equipments in the United States Navy, 470
  • Aluminium in the United States, Price of, 302
  • Am Ende, Mr. Max, Bridge Failure at Moenchen- stein, Switzerland, 143
  • America, A British Challenge to, 273
  • American Atlantic Liners, 457
  • American Boasting, Mr. John E. Sweet, 392
  • American Boilers, 536
  • American Champion Armour-plate, An, 276
  • American Cruisers, 257
  • American Engineering News, 36, 78, 98, 138,160, 180, 242, 288, 328, 372, 394, 442, 485, 530
  • American and English Locomotives, 165, 185, 205, 461, 462
  • American Factories and Wages, 261
  • American Notes, 39, 59, 191, 120, 140, 163, 203, 245, 269, 291, 311, 330, 353, 375, 397, 421, 445, 465, 489, 511, 533, 555
  • American Railway Statistics, 177
  • American Railway Traffic and Rates, 503, 527
  • American Republics, The Bureau of, 4
  • American Shipbuilding, 525
  • American Ten-wheel Passenger Engine, 254
  • American Warships, The New, 306
  • Ammonia Motor, The McMahon, 75
  • Anchor, Improved Martin, 266
  • Anderson’s Locomotive Exhaust Apparatus, 88, 89
  • “Angloman,” The S.S., 441
  • Anti-friction Conveyor and Grinding Machinery Company, Cooling Plant for Large Chemical Works, 107, 110
  • Apatite with Beds of Magnetite, Professor W. B. Blake on Association of, 229
  • Apatites of Quebec and New York, Mr. John Stewart on, 229
  • Application of One, Two, or Three Steam Jackets to a Triple-condensing Engine, 506
  • Arc Lamp, Gulcher, 284
  • Arc Lamp Installation, The Practical Management of an, 537
  • Armature, Ferranti (Fig. 1), 430
  • Armour Plate, American Champion, 276
  • Arnison’s Improved Mason Skylight for Enginerooms, andc., 416
  • Artificers of the Fleet, 520
  • Asbestos, Mr. J. R. Fisher on the Mining and Manufacture of, 346, 390
  • Ash-next-Sandwich Sewerage Works, 297
  • Asphalte Paving, Wood and, 435
  • Aspinall, Mr. J. A. F., Standard Goods Engine, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway (Supplement, January 1st, 1892)
  • ASSOCIATION, THE BRITISH:
  • - General Arrangements for the Edinburgh Meeting, 193
  • ASSOCIATION, THE BRITISH IRON TRADE:
  • - Chicago Exhibition from the Point of View of the British Iron and Steel Industries, by the President, Mr. W. S. Caine, 515
  • - Coal and Labour, 384
  • - Comparative Progress of the Iron and Steel Industries of Different Countries and their Bearing upon English Law and Usage, Mr. Wm. Jack, 515
  • - Laws Regulating the Liabilities of Employers for Accidents to Workmen in Different Countries, in their Bearing upon English Law and Usage, Mr. J. S. Jeans, 516
  • ASSOCIATION, THE CLEVELAND IRONMASTERS’, 392
  • - Statistics of, 392
  • Association of Draughtsmen, The American, 203
  • ASSOCIATION, EAST OF SCOTLAND ENGINEERING :
  • - Designs of Tunnels and Covered Way Sections, Prof. A. C. Elliott, 5
  • - Notes on Rapid Surveying, Mr. J. B. Bennett, 5
  • - Smoke Prevention and Consumption, Mr. W. C. Popplewell, 91
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, THE LEEDS :
  • - Air Pumps and Condensers for Steam Engineers, Mr. Alf. Towler, 358
  • - Modern Gas Engines, Mr. W. Norris, 131
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, THE MANCHESTER :
  • - Economy of Triple-expansion Engines, Mr. W. J. Jenkins, 150
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. G. B. Goodfellow, 55
  • - Processes Connected with the Manufacture of Iron, Mr. H. Webb, 193
  • - Thirty-sixth Anniversary Dinner and Toasts, 86
  • ASSOCIATION OF FOREMEN ENGINEERS AND DRAUGHTSMEN, THE LONDON :
  • - Annual General Meeting, 67
  • - Hand Ice-making Machines, Mr. H. A. Fleuss, 460
  • - Hydraulic Power in London, Mr. E. B. Ellington, 514
  • - Heat Engines as at Present in Use and their Probable Future Development, Mr. James Atkinson, 160
  • - London Sewage, its Treatment and Disposal, Mr. Henry Stockoe, 348
  • Association for the Improvement of Geometrical Teaching, 19, 81
  • ASSOCIATION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, THE BIRMINGHAM, 147, 514:
  • - Electric Welding, Mr. A. Driver, 138
  • - Half-yearly Meeting, 514
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. A. Driver, 59
  • - Modern Gas Engines, Mr. W. Morris, 212
  • ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY ENGINEERS, THE INCORPORATED :
  • - Papers on the Peterborough Water Supply, 529
  • - Programme, 188, 359
  • - Thirteenth Examination, 302
  • Atkinson, Mr. James, Heat Engines as at Present in Use and their Probable Future Development, 160
  • Atlantic Liners, American, 457
  • Atlantic Racing, 462, 479, 507
  • Auriga, the New Star in, Dr. W. Huggins on, 427
  • Austral Otis Engineering Company, The Duplex Pumping Engines, Broken Hill Waterworks, Australia, 381, 386
  • Australian Engineering Notes, 78, 241, 442
  • Automatic Expansion Gear, The Tremper, 96
  • Auxiliary Steamers, 94, 117
  • Ayrton, Professor, on Electro-technics, 113
  • BABCOCK and Wilcox Economy Boilers, St. Pancras Electric Lighting, 171
  • Balancing Marine Engines and the Vibration of Vessels, 371, 441
  • Baldwin Locomotive, Competitive, 273
  • Baldwin Works, Philadelphia, Ten-wheel Passenger Engine, 254
  • Baldwin, Mr. D., On Profit Sharing, 278
  • Ball Lightning be Photographed ? Can, 94
  • Ball and Wingham, Messrs., Experiments in the Use of Cyanides and Alkalies for Desulphurising Pig Iron, 469
  • Ballooning, Military, 134
  • Baltimore, The Condensers of the, 470
  • Baltimore, U.S.S., 43
  • Barker and Co., Messrs. T. B., Gas Engine Starter, 542
  • Barnes Dryer, The, 217
  • Barnes Drying Syndicate, The, 269
  • Barrels, Paper, Mr. J. R. Thame, 295
  • Barrus Calorimeter, The, 24
  • Barry, Henry, and Co , Messrs., New Compression Coupling, 526
  • Basic Steel, Mr.' W. H. White on Experiments with, 469
  • Basic or Th os. Gilchrist Process, Progress of the, during the Twelve Months Ending December 31st, 1891, 390
  • Baths, Heating, 29
  • Battleship “Royal Sovereign,” H.M. First-class, (Supplement, May 27th, 1892), 451
  • Bayham Abbey, Water Supply and Fire Plant of, 265
  • Beams in Lock Gates and Sluices, E. Duncan Stoney on the Distribution of, 271
  • Beattie, Mr. Joseph, Tank Locomotive, London and South-Western Railway, (Supplement, February 5th, 1892), 106
  • Belmont Works of Messrs. Price’s Patent Candle Company, Visit of the Junior Engineering Society to, 29
  • Belting, The Improvement of, 337, 371
  • Bennett, Mr. J. B., Notes on Rapid Surveying, 5
  • Belin, The Sewage Farms of, 327
  • Benardos-Howard, Electric Arc Welding Process, The, 76, 168, 169, 535
  • Benardos - Howard, Electric Welding Process Practically Developed by Messrs. Lloyd and Lloyd, 535
  • Bessemer Medal to Mr. Arthur Cooper, Presentation of the, 469
  • Beyer, Peacock, and Co., Messrs., Tank Locomotive for the London and North-Western Railway (Supplement, February 5th, 1892), 106
  • Bickle and Co., Messrs., Locomotive for Underground Haulage, 497
  • Binnie, Mr. A. B., on Mean or Average Annual Rainfall, 287
  • Binnie, Mr. A. B., Thames Tunnel at Black wall (Supplement, March 18th, 1892), 239
  • Binns, Mr. Geo. J., Mining in New Zealand, 493
  • Birkdale, Sewage Purification at, 96
  • Bishop Rock Lighthouses, The, Mr. W. T. Douglass, 200
  • Bissel and Sons, Messrs. J., Sheaf-binding Reaper and Chain Conveyor, 542
  • Blachford Old Viaduct, Great Western Railway, 522
  • “Blake,” H.M.S., 313, 338
  • Blake, Professor W. B., on Association of Apatite with Beds of Magnetite, 229
  • Blanco, Mr. L. J., Report of the Inter-Continental Railway Commission for Venezuela, 316
  • Board of Natural Gas Trustees of Toledo, Ohio, Statement of the, 352
  • Boiler Drilling Machine, The Locomotive, 68
  • Boiler Explosions, 48
  • Boiler Explosions, Fuel Economisers, and Grease Traps, 320, 371
  • Boiler, Trial of a Three-flued Lancashire, 221
  • Boilers, American, 536
  • Boilers, Locomotive Engine, 336
  • Boilers in the Navy, 237
  • Boilers, Slack, 366
  • Boilers, Some Details in the Construction of Marine, 319
  • Boilers, Water Gauge Fittings for Steam, 77
  • Bolt Forcer, Young’s Hydraulic, 497
  • Bolton’s Electrical Winch, 187
  • Books Received, 33, 53, 135, 155, 238, 324, 345 368, 481, 503, 525
  • Booth and Co., Messrs., The Locomotive Boiler Drilling Machine, 68
  • Bosses, Speed of Propeller, 117, 147
  • Boulders, Remarkable, 86
  • Boulnois, Mr. H. P., Refuse Destructors, 357, 407
  • Bounties on Shipbuilding in France, 216
  • Bowling Iron Company, The, Forty-inch Cogging Mill, Newburn Steel Works, 505
  • Boys, Professor C. V., Photographing Bullets, 227
  • Bradford Tramways, Electro-motive Car, Messrs. Easton and Anderson, 383
  • Brake Horse-power, 441, 506, 523, 551
  • Brewtnall, Mr., 389
  • Bridge across the Seine, New, 370
  • Bridge Failure at Moenchenstein, Switzerland, The, 143
  • Bridge across the Lower Thames, Proposed Single Span Opening, 230, 231
  • Bridge, Swing, for Kidderpore Docks, 350
  • Bridge, Sydney Harbour, 296, 306
  • Bridge, The Tower, North Pier, 125
  • Brightmore, Mr. A. W., Method of Collecting Water for Supply, 3
  • Brighton Cliffs, 173
  • Brighton New Pier and Marine Palace, The, 91, 92, 136, 137
  • Brighton, The Old Chain Pier, 198, 199
  • Brillie Electrical Energy Meter, The, 416
  • Brine Pumping Act, The, 199
  • British Challenge to America, A, 273
  • “British Clay Worker,” The, A New Journal, 346
  • British Gas Engine and Engineering Company, The, Uxbridge Waterworks, 128, 129
  • British Trade, 525
  • British Trade for April, 413
  • British Trade, Consular Assistance to, 436
  • Broad Gauge, The Burial of the, 476
  • Brown, Captain S., The Old Chain Pier, Brighton, 198, 199
  • Brown, Lieutenant W. C., and Aluminum for Military Equipments in the United States Navy, 470
  • Brown’s Triple-action Tea Roller, 68
  • Bruges Maritime Canal, Project of M. Casse, 515
  • Brunlees, Sir James, 503
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co.’s Show at the Crystal Palace Electrical Exhibition, 63
  • Brush Train Lighting Plant, The, 460
  • Brussels, London in, 42
  • Brussels, The Proposed Ship Canal to, 458
  • Bryan’s Automatic Cut-Out, 84
  • Bryant Rail Saw, The, 263
  • “Barque de Macedo,” The Twin-Screw Pontoon Crane Steamer, 2, 3, 6
  • Buchanan, Mr. W., Standard Passenger Locomotive, New York Central and Hudson River Railway (Supplement June 17th, 1892), 519
  • Bucharest, Public Works at, 504
  • Building Exhibition, The, 232, 305
  • Bulkhead Doors—Watertight, Mr. S. C. Sage on, 150
  • Bulkheads, Divisional, 297, 313
  • Bulkheads, Mr. Martell on Divisional, 297
  • Bullet, General Tweedie’s, 480
  • Bullets, Photographing, Professor C. V. Boys on, 227
  • Bunkers, Fires in, 320
  • Bunsen Flame, Non-Luminosity of the, 209
  • Buoy, Ward’s Wreck Indicating, 193
  • Buoyage, Uniform System of, 3
  • Buoying and Lighting of Tidal Rivers, Mr. W. H. Wheeler, 293, 355
  • Bureau of American Republics, The, 4
  • Burial of the Broad Gauge, The, 476
  • CABLE Communication with the West Indies, 282
  • Cable Stoppers, Cast Steel, 533
  • Cable Testing Apparatus for the London Electric Supply Corporation, 85
  • Caine, Mr. W. S., on the Chicago Exhibition, from the Point of View of the British Iron and Steel Industries, 515
  • Cairo, The Drainage of, 365, 436
  • Callendar, Mr. H. L. on “ Platinum Pyrometers,” 470.
  • Calorimeter, The Barrus, 24
  • Calorimeter, Mr. Thwaite on the New Thomson, 470
  • Cam-cutting Machine ? 387
  • Camera Club, The, 390
  • Camera Club Conference, 262
  • Cameron, Mr. J., Plate Bending Machine, 96
  • Campbell Gas Engine, The, 471
  • Canal, Bruges Maritime, 515
  • Canal, Manchester Ship, 222, 417
  • Canal, The Panama, 147, 476
  • Canada, Steam Engine Power in, 493
  • Canal from the Tyne to the Solway, Mr. J. W. Sandeman on a, 339
  • Cape of Good Hope and Natal Royal Mail Service, 22, 138, 248, 304, 348
  • Capital to be Raised under Bills now in Parliament, 173
  • Capital and Labour, 71
  • Carbonyls, Metallic, Mr. Ludwig Mond on, 498
  • Casse, M., Bruges Maritime Canal, 515
  • Cast Iron Pipes in Japan, 7
  • Cast Iron Test Bars, 371
  • Cast Steel Cable Stoppers, 533
  • Casting Brass on a Shaft ? 51
  • Catalogues, 321
  • Catalogues and Copyright, 232
  • Cayley, Mr. Jas., Preservation of the Hearth and Bosh Walls of the Blast Furnace, 229
  • Cement Stone Discovered in Natal, 52
  • Centenary of Gas Lighting, 391
  • Centrifugal Force, A Few Examples of, Mr. A. N. Somerscales, 229
  • Centrifugal Force of Locomotive and Car Wheels Revolutions per Mile, 350
  • Certificates for Engine Drivers, 438
  • Ceylon, Plumbago Mining in, 69
  • Chain Conveyor, Messrs. J. Bisset and Sons, 542
  • Channel from Preston Docks to the Sea. The 209, 232, 233
  • “Charles W. Wetmore,” The Whaleback Steamer, 314
  • “Charleston,” U.S.S., 43
  • Chatard, Dr. T. M., Phosphate Chemistry as it Concerns the Miner, 229
  • Chemistry of Gases, Professor Dewar on the, 339, 374, 428
  • Cheshire Salt District Subsidences, Local Government Board Inquiries, 199
  • Chicago Exhibition, The, 47, 335, 336, 385, 452, 515
  • Chicago Exhibition, The-see also Exhibition lhe Chicago— 47
  • Chicago International Exhibition, The, Washington State Building and Forestry Building, 335, 336
  • Chicago Exhibition from the Point of View of the British Iron and Steel Industries, Mr. W. S. Caine on the, 515
  • Chicago, Pneumatic Transmission of Parcels in, 72
  • Chicago Water Jacket Condenser Company, Improved Syphon Condenser, 248
  • Chili, Climatic and Pluvial Phenomena on the North Coast of, 117
  • Chilian Cruisers, 502
  • Chilled Iron Rollers ? 71
  • Chimney Stack, The World’s Highest, 436
  • China, Iron and Steel Industries for, 389
  • China, New Steamer for, 42
  • China, Steel and Ironmaking in, 282
  • “Cito Anspect,” The, 321, 337
  • “City of Dundee,” Engines and Boilers of the, (Supplement, February 26th, 1892), 167
  • Civil Engineering, 9
  • Clark and Standfield, Messrs., Hamburg Offshore Floating Dock, 219
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., Condensing Mill Engine, 539
  • Cleckheaton Chimney Disaster, The, 234
  • Cleveland Iron Trade, The, 392
  • Climatic and Pluvial Phenomena on the North Coast of Chili, 117
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, 437
  • Clyde Shipbuilding Firms, 26, 27,
  • Clydebank, Messrs. J. and G. Thomson’s Shipyard, 26, 27
  • Coad, Mr., Works for the Disposal of Sewage at Wimbledon, 283
  • Coal, Colonial Duties on Steamship, 238, 257
  • Coal Consumption in Men-of-War, 71
  • Coal Contracts, Yorkshire Locomotive, 53
  • Coalfield, The Yorkshire, 546
  • Coal-Grinding Mill, The “ Monarch ” Disintegrator and, 47
  • Coal and Iron Industry in Asia Minor, 158
  • Coal and Labour, 384
  • Coal in Labuan, 439
  • Coal and Mineral Resources of Peru, Mr. Edmund Lane, 493
  • Coal Miners, The End of the Holiday of the Federated, 259
  • Coal, Miners’ Wages and, 32
  • Coal Mining in Geo. Eliot’s Country, 483
  • Coal for Norway, 95
  • Coal Owners and their Contract, Yorkshire, 72
  • Coal Owner to Do ? What is a Yorkshire, 32
  • Coal, The “Stop Week ” and the Export Trades in, 304
  • Coal Supplies, The Stoppage of, 175, 195
  • Coal Trade Profits, Mining Engineering, 345
  • Coal Trade, Wages and Results in the, 387
  • Coal Washing and Briquette Plant for the Ottoman Government, 158
  • Coaling Station ? What constitutes a, 3
  • Coast Defence, 453
  • Coastline Battleships of the U.S., 205, 206, 227, 228
  • Coating Steel with Copper, Method of, 536
  • Coffee, Tempered, 134
  • Cogging Mill, Forty-inch, Newburn Steel Works, The Bowling Iron Company, 505
  • Coils, Ferranti (Fig. 2), 430
  • Coinage, The, 523
  • Coke, Use of, To Lessen Fog, 532
  • Cold Galvanising Process, A, 235
  • Collapsed Furnace Crowns by Marine Boilers, 176
  • Collector, Ferranti (Fig. 3), 430
  • Collieries, Threatened Stoppage of the, 154, 195
  • Colliers Bros., A Warning, 523
  • Colliers’ Strike, The, 195
  • Colliery Cages, Four-decked, 349
  • Cologne Electric L’ght Station, The, 339
  • Colonial Duties of Steamship Coal, 257
  • Colonial Duties on Steamship Coal, 238
  • Colonial Trades, Foreign Treaties and, 176
  • Comfortable Travelling, 155
  • Commans and Co., Messrs., “ Otto ” Aerial Ropeway, Messrs. Tate and Son’s Sugarworks, Silvertown, 453
  • Compound Air Compressor, Single-acting, 496
  • Compound Locomotives, 28, 48
  • Compound Air Grain Elevating Process, 357
  • Compressor, Single-acting Compound, 496
  • Concentric Main, Ferranti (Figs. 6 and 6A), 430
  • Condensation, Cylinder, 45
  • Condenser, Improved Syphon, 248
  • Condenser Valves, 441
  • Condensers and Air-pumps for Steam Engines, 357, 414
  • Condensers of the Baltimore, The, 470
  • Condition of Steam in an Engine Cylinder, The. 286, 306
  • Congress of Chambers of Commerce of the Empire, 517
  • Congress of Engineers and Architects, Seventh Italian and First International, 297
  • Constant Notation used at the Admiralty Experiment Works, Mr. Froude on Some Features in the, 334
  • Construction of the Modern Locomotive, On the, 103, 333
  • Consular Assistance to British Trade, 436
  • Controlled Torpedoes, 323
  • Convenient Curves for Determining the Dimensions of Screw Propellers, Mr. Froude on, 334
  • Coode, Sir John, 197
  • Cook, Smythe, and Payne, Messrs., Tubular System of Conductors, Crystal Palace Electrical Exhibition, 535
  • Cooling Plant for Large Chemical Works, 107,
  • Cooper, Mr. Arthur, Presentation of the Bessemer Medal to, 469
  • Copper and Engineering Needs, 458
  • Copper, A Method of Coating Steel with, 536
  • Copper Mines of Vermont, Mr. H. M. Howe on the, 229
  • Corbett, Mr., Appointment of, to the Post of Borough Engineer for Salford, 552
  • Cornbrook Motor, The, 84
  • Cornish Engine at Old Ford, 96, 97
  • Corridor Train, Great Western Railway, Plan of, 316, 319, 342
  • Corrosion, Protection of Metals from 432
  • Cost of Electric Lighting, The, 218
  • Cost of Steamship Working, 108
  • Cost of Tramway Traction, The, 484
  • Cotton Spinners’ Earnings in Russia and England, 69
  • Coupling, New Compression, 526
  • Coward, Mr. Herbert, Forced Ventilation by Compressed Air, 120
  • Cox, Mr. s. H., Dry Crushing Machinery, 392
  • Craigie, Captain, on Coast Defence, 453
  • Crane, Sheerness Dockyard, Overhead Steam Travelling, 73
  • Crompton Automatic Projector, The, 369
  • Crompton and Co., Messrs. R. E., Culvert System of Underground Mains for Electric Lighting, 368
  • Crompton Howell Battery Cell, The, 368
  • Crosland, Mr. F. L., Trial of a Three-flued Lancashire Boiler, 221
  • Crow, Mr. G., Gas Engine and Pumps, Teign- mouth Waterworks, 452, 454
  • Cruisers, American, 257
  • Cruiser No. 12, Triple-screw,United States Navy, 228
  • Crystal Palace Electrical Exhibition—See Exhibition, The Crystal Palace Electrical
  • Crystal Palace, Gas Engines at the, 471
  • Cubillo, Major, on the Calorific Efficiency of the Puddling Furnace, 470
  • Cultivator and Pulveriser, Garrood’s, 529
  • Culvert, The Crompton, 368
  • Cunliffe and Croom, Messrs., Special Vertical Milling Machine, 7
  • Cupola, Wrought Iron in the, 508
  • Cuprocassiterite, Mr. Titus Ulke, 229
  • Currency Question and the Payment of Wages, The, 144
  • Curtis, Mr. A. H., on Gold Quartz Reduction, 108
  • Cyanides and Alkalies, On the Use of, for Desulphurising Pig Iron, 469
  • Cycle Gas Engines and Pumps, Trial of, Uxbridge Waterworks, 128, 129
  • Cycle Makers, Drilling Machines for, 46
  • Cycles, A Digest of, 91
  • Cyclorama of Ancient Egypt and Modern Cairo, 19
  • Cylinder Condensation, 45, 529
  • Cylinder Condensation, An Uneonsidered Phase of, 260
  • Cylinders, Double—Patterns, 377
  • DABNEY, Mr. T. G., A Large Drainage Syphon, 472
  • Dale’s Governing Apparatus, 415
  • Dalrymple, Mr. Alexander, Triple - expansion Engines in the Mercantile Marine, 155
  • Dangerous Experiment, A, 411
  • Darley, Mr. C. W., Hopper Dredger for New South Wales, 306 (Supplement, April 8th, 1892)
  • Data about the Reaction of the Sun’s Radiation, 209
  • Davey, Paxman, and Co., Messrs., Awards Received by them at the Launceston Exhibition, Tasmania, 263
  • Davidson, Mr. W. B. M., On the Geological Origin of Phosphate of Lime in the United States and Canada, 229
  • Dean, Mr. W., Corridor Train, Great Western Railway, 316, 319, 342
  • Delaloe and Piat, Messrs., Electric Rivetter, 536
  • De la Vergne Refrigerating and Cold Storage Plant, Messrs. L. Sterne and Co., 54, 55
  • De la Vergne Company, The, Largest Refrigerating Machine in the World, 304
  • Denny, Mr. A., Some Notes on the Strength of Steamers, 333
  • Denny and Bros, Messrs. W., New Zealand Shipping Company’s s.s. “Ruahine,” 274, 275
  • Denny and Bros., Messrs. W., Paddle Steamer “Princess May,” 475, 478
  • Deptford, Messrs. Stone’s Works at, 166
  • Development of Navies, The, 115
  • Dewar, Professor, His Course of Lectures at the Royal Institution, 339, 374, 428
  • Dewar, Professor, on the Law of Gases, 418
  • Dewar, Professor, on Liquefying Oxygen and Common Air, 516
  • Dewsbury, Borough of, 549
  • Digest of Cycles, A, 91
  • D’Invilliers, Mr. E. V., On the Phosphate Deposits of the Island of Navassa, West Indies, 229
  • Disintegrator and Coal - grinding Mill, The “Monarch,” 47
  • Distribution of Beams in Lock Gates and Sluices, By E. Duncan Stoney, 271
  • Dixon, Professor, On the Explosion of Gaseous Mixtures, 166
  • Dock, The Hamburg Off-shore Floating, 219
  • Double-acting Gear Plunger Pump, Messrs Hayward Tyler and Co., 34
  • Double-cylinder Portable Engine, 69
  • Douglas, Mr., 197
  • Douglass, Mr. W. T., The Bishop Rock Light-houses, 200
  • Dowling, Mr. H. P., Sounding Apparatus for Ascertaining Distances and Directions at Sea, 212
  • Dowson Gas, Trial of Large Gas Engines with, 126
  • Drainage of Cairo, The, 365, 436
  • Drainage of a County, The, 502
  • Drainage of Paris, 154
  • Drainage Syphon, McKinney Lake, U.S 472
  • Draught, Forced, 118
  • Draught of Vehicles, The, 117, 131, 178, 200, 233
  • Dreams, Dr. B. W. Richardson, on the Physiology of, 339
  • Dredger, Hopper, for New South Wales, Mr. C. W Darley (Supplement, April 8th, 1892), 306
  • Dredgers Suction, Mr. E. N. Mcllwaine, 163
  • Drilling Machine Double Geared, Messrs. T. and R. Lees, 23, 24
  • Drilling Machine, The Locomotive Boiler, 68
  • Drilling Machines for Cycle Makers, 46
  • Driver, Mr. A. Address on Duplicate Work as in Sewing Machines, andc., 58
  • Driver, Mr. A., On Electric Welding, 138
  • Driving Wheels 7ft. diameter, Locomotive, 533
  • Dry Crushing Machinery, Mr. S. H. Cox, 392
  • Dryer, The Barnes, 217
  • Duke of Cambridge on War Materiel, 412
  • Duke of Clarence, The Late, 95
  • Durham Strike, The, 479
  • Durham Strike and North of England Pig Iron Trade, The, 495
  • Dyer, Colonel, On a Process for the Production of Pure Iron, 469
  • Dynamics, 484
  • Dynamite Sea-coast Gun, The Pneumatic, 491, 500
  • Dynamo, The Brush Train Lighting, 460
  • Dynamo and Exciter, The Gordon, 124, 186
  • Dynamo, Gulcher 40-unit, 284
  • Dynamo, Gulcher “Midget,” 284
  • Dynamo, The Kingdon Inductor, 118
  • Dynamo Machines, 160
  • Dynamo, Multipolar Central Station, Crystal Palace Electrical Exhibition, 249
  • Dynamo, Parson’s Steam Turbine at HeatonWorks, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Professor Ewing’s Report on Trials of a, 29
  • EARTHQUAKE and a Railway Bridge, An, 76
  • East Cowes Waterworks, Tender, 548
  • East London Waterworks Pumping Engines, 53
  • Eastern Railway of France, Express Locomotive (Supplement, March 4th, 1892), 191, 214, 216
  • Easton and Anderson, Messrs., Electro-motive Car, Bradford Tramways, 383
  • Eccleston-place Station, Engine-room and Switch Board, 410
  • Eccleston-place Station and Section of Culverts, 402, 404
  • Economy of Triple-expansion Engines, The, Mr. W. J. Jenkins on the, 150
  • “Edgar,” Note upon the Trial of H.M.S., 166
  • Edison Station, The New, 36
  • Edmiston’s Feed-water Filter, 179
  • Edmiston Patent Filters, 197
  • Educating a Professor, 197, 321
  • Efficacy of Steam Pumps, 74
  • Efficiency of Electrical Transmission Power Plant, 84
  • Egypt, England’s Work in, 428
  • “Eider,” Hopes of Saving the, 159
  • Eldridge, Mr. G. H., On the Phosphate Deposits of Florida, 229
  • Electric Cable Conduits, Underground, 346, 372
  • Electric and Cable Railways Committee, The, 418
  • Electric Communicator for Passenger Trains, North British Railway, 106
  • Electric Conduit, Macdonald Subway, 431
  • Electric Conductors, Tubular System of, Messrs. Cook, Smythe, and Payne, 535
  • Electric Current through Molten Steel, Passing an, 58
  • Electric Lamp, Van Der Weyde’s, 262
  • Electric Launches on the River, 525
  • Electric Light Engines, 146, 171, 209
  • Electric Light Engines and Boilers, 176
  • Electric Light Measuring Instruments, Mr. Jas. Swinburne, 370, 385
  • Electric Light in Omnibuses, The, 504
  • Electric Light Station, The Cologne, 339
  • Electric Light Stations, Municipal Authorities and Central, 343
  • Electric Lighting, The Cost of, 218
  • Electric Lighting at Georgetown, Demerara, 389
  • Electric Lighting in Japan, 67
  • Electric Lighting in London, 318, 325, 326, 327
  • Electric Lighting in London, Westminster Electric Supply Corporation, 402, 404, 410
  • Electric Lighting of the Mansion House, 217
  • Electric Lighting Station, Notting Hill Gate, 318, 325, 326, 327
  • Electric Lighting, St. Pancras, 145, 148, 149, 171, 172, 173
  • Electric Lighting Plant at Lambton Castle, 150
  • Electric Lighting Plant, Scott Coupled (Fig. 10), 431
  • Electric Lighting, Successful, 389
  • Electric Lighting, The Tides for, 320
  • Electric Lighting by Wind Power, 283
  • Electric Locomotion, Mr. Reckenzaun, 55
  • Electric Locomotion in Central London, 459
  • Electric Locomotives, 529
  • Electric Locomotives, A Correction, 484
  • Electric Motors for Traction Work, 484
  • Electric Power, Mining by, 282
  • Electric Power Station, Combined Waterworks and, 367
  • Electric Power Transmission, 353
  • Electric Railways in France, 196
  • Electric Rivetter, Messrs. Delaloe and Piat, 536
  • Electric Search Light in Warfare, The, 252
  • Electric Supply Corporation, The London, 281
  • Electric Traction, The Jarman System of, 494
  • Electric Traction on Tramways, 282
  • Electric Tramcars, 474
  • Electric Tramways, Load Diagrams of, and Cost of Electric Traction, 278
  • Electric Tube Welding, 76
  • Electric Welding, Mr. A. Driver on, 138
  • Electric Welding Process, The Benardos-Howard, 168, 169, 535
  • Electrical Accumulator Efficiency, 29
  • Electrical Decomposition, Soda and Chlorine from Salt by, 130
  • Electrical Energy Meter, The Brillie, 416
  • Electrical Engineering, 14
  • Electrical Exhibition, The Crystal Palace—See Exhibition, The Crystal Palace Electrical
  • Electrical Machinery at the Crystal Palace, 23, 83, 124, 132, 186, 187, 238, 249, 284, 368, 430, 471, 535
  • Electrical Measuring Instruments, Mr. Jas. Swinburne, 370, 385
  • Electrical Organ Blower, An, 294
  • Electrical Organ-Blowing Apparatus at the Goldsmiths’ Institute, New Cros’, 438
  • Electrical Torpedo, The Sims-Edison, 91, 123, 150
  • Electrical Traction and its Financial Aspect, Mr. Stephen Sellon, 252
  • Electrical Trades Section, London Chamber of Commerce, 473
  • Electrical Transmission Power Plant, Efficiency of, 84
  • Electrically Welded Tubes and Fittings, Messrs. Lloyd and Lloyd, 535, 536
  • “Electrician” Electrical Trades’ Directory and Hand-book, 372
  • Electricity in Mining Operations, Mr. E. Scott, 278
  • Electricity as a Motive Power on Tramways and Railways, Mr. A. H. C. Olley, 178
  • Electro-deposited Alloy, A New, 315
  • Electro-motive Car, Bradford Tramways, Messrs. Easton and Anderson, 383
  • Electro-plating, Mr. J. W. Swan on, 476
  • Electrogine Balls ? 51
  • Electro-technics, Professor Ayrton on, 113
  • Elevated Cableways or Rope Tramways, Mr. S. Miller on, 229
  • Ellington, Mr. E. B., on Hydraulic Power in London, 514
  • Elliott, Professor A. C., on the Design of Tunnels and Covered Way Sections, 5
  • Elswick Gun Mounting, New Disappearing, 211
  • Elwell-Parker Alternator, 285
  • Elwell-Parker Motor Transformer, 285
  • Employers’ Liability and Accident Funds, 196, 238
  • Employers’ Liability for Accidents, Laws Regulating, 516
  • Employment Bureau, 74
  • End of the Holiday. The (Coal Miners), 259
  • Engine and Boiler, Vertical, Messrs. Howard, 539
  • Engine Boilers, Locomotive, 336
  • Engine, Compound Condensing, Messrs. Richmond and Co., 474
  • Engine, Compound Trip-Gear, Messrs. Robey and Co., 361, 364
  • Engine, Condensing Mill, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttle worth, 539
  • Engine, Cornish, at Old Ford, 96, 97
  • Engine Cylinder, Condition of Steam in an, 286, 306
  • Engine, Double-cylinder Portable, 69
  • Engine Drivers, Certificates for, 438
  • Engine, Fire, for a Turkish War Ship, 504
  • Engine, The Gas, Mr. E. G. Walker, 157
  • Engine, Gas, The Tangye, 541
  • Engine, Gas, The Trent, 540, 541
  • Engine, Gas, and Tyne One-unit Dynamo, Messrs. Robey and Co., 541
  • Engine, Gas, Starter for, Messrs. T. B. Barker. 542
  • Engine, Great Western Railway Broad Gauge, 454
  • Engine, Oil, Messrs. Crossley Brothers, 541
  • Engine, Oil, The Hornsby-Ackroyd, 540
  • Engine, Oil, Messrs. Robey and Co., 540
  • Engine, Single-cylinder Vulcan Fire, 47
  • Engine, Small Condensing Watt, 497
  • Engine, Standard Goods, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Mr. A. F. Aspinall (Supplement, January lst, 1892)
  • Engine, The Steam, and Thermo-dynamics, 215
  • Engine, Steam Fire, for South America, Messrs. Merry weather and Sons, 7
  • Engine, Stephenson’s Long Boiler, 1842, 425, 449
  • Engine, The Steam Fabulous History of, 324
  • Engine, Twenty-five Florse-power, Oil, Messrs. Priestman Bros., 255
  • Engineer for Salford, Election of Borough, 552
  • Engineering, Civil, 9
  • Engineering Colleges, Indian, 468
  • Engineering, Electric, 14
  • Engineering Exchange, The, 304, 384, 480
  • Engineering, Experimental, 432
  • Engineering, Mechanical, 11
  • Engineering and Metal Trades, and Canal Rates, 324
  • Engineering, Salaries in India, 529
  • Engineering, Sanitary, 15
  • Engineering Scheme, Proposed New Mining, 52
  • Engineering Schemes, Two Great, 216
  • ENGINEERING STUDENTS’ CLUB, NEWCASTLE-ON- TYNE
  • - Development of the Railway System of England, Mr. Wm. Laidler, 157
  • - Electricity in Mining Operations, by E. Scott, 278
  • Engineers, Engine-room Artificers and Stokers for the Navy, 233
  • Engineers in the Navy, 507
  • Engineers, Railway Time and, 502
  • Engineers? South African, 51
  • Engineers’ Strike in the North, 366
  • Engineers’ Tests for Iron Considered, and Suggestions for Standard Uniform Tests, Mr. Thomas Morris, 157, 222
  • Engineers’ Wages at Sea, 525
  • Engines, Air Pumps and Condensers for Steam, 357, 414
  • Engines and Boilers of the s.s. “City of Dundee” (Supplement February 26th, 1892), 167
  • Engines and Boilers, Electric Light, 176
  • Engines, with Dowson Gas, Trial of Large Gas, 126
  • Engines, Duplex Pumping, Broken Hill Waterworks, Austral Otis Engineering Company, 381, 386
  • Engines, Early Great Western, 426, 427
  • Engines, East London Waterworks Pumping, 53
  • Engines, The Economy of Triple-expansion, 150
  • Engines, Gas, at the Crystal Palace, 471
  • Engines for the Electric Light, 146, 171, 209
  • Engines, Gas and Oil, at the Warwick Show, 540, 541
  • Engines, Heat, Mr. Jas. Atkinson on, 160
  • Engines of H.M.S. Hawke, The (Supplement, May 6th, 1892), 383
  • Engines, Modern Gas, Mr. W. Morris on, 212
  • Engines, Modern Gas, Mr. W. Norris on, 131
  • Engines, Petroleum, Professor W. C. Unwin on, 212
  • Engines and Pumps, Trial of Cycle Gas, Uxbridge Waterworks, 128, 129
  • Engines of Same Type, Tests of Single-cylinder, Compound, and Triple, 45, 74
  • Engines belonging to Second-class Cruisers, The Performance of Three Sets of, Mr. J. G. Liversidge, 334
  • Engines for Snips of War, 5, 44, 52, 115,130,147, 170, 193, 207, 257
  • Engines, Single, 80
  • Engines, Steam Fire, in Flour-mills, 315
  • Engines, Triple-expansion. H.M.S. “Hawke” (Supplement, January 22nd), 1892
  • Engines, Triple-expansion, in the Mercantile Marine, 155
  • England’s Work in Egypt, 428
  • English and American Locomotives, 165,185, 205, 207, 233, 265, 286, 308, 321, 337, 461, 462, 524
  • Envelope-making Machinery ? 237
  • Equilibrium Nozzle, Seagrave’s, 305
  • Erecting Shop, Globe Works, Lincoln, 276, 277
  • Ether, The, A Rough Idea of Sir John Herschel’s Modernised, 113
  • Ethylene Manufacturing Apparatus, 516
  • Evaporation and Condensation, Mr. Baldwin Latham on, 101
  • Evesham Sewage Works, 498
  • Ewing, Professor, Report on Trials of a 100-Unit Parsons’ Steam Turbine Dynamo at Heaton Works, Newcastle-on-Tyne, December, 1891, 29
  • Exhaust Injectors, 207
  • Exhaust Injectors for Locomotives, Messrs. Holden and Brooke, 193
  • Exhibition, The Battle, 232
  • Exhibition, The Building, 305
  • EXHIBITION, THE CHICAGO, 1893, 210, 290, 344, 385, 407, 408, 452
  • - British Commission Buildings, 518, 525
  • - Prices of Foreign Goods, 528
  • - Forestry Building, The, 335, 336
  • - State Buildings, 50
  • - Washington State Building, 335, 336
  • EXHIBITION, THE CRYSTAL PALACE ELECTRICAL, 23, 63, 83, 124, 132, 186, 238, 249, 284, 368, 430, 471, 535
  • - Benardos-Howard Electric Welding Process, practically developed by Messrs. Lloyd and Lloyd, 535
  • - Boiler House, 249, 254
  • - Brush Electrical Engineering Co.’s Show, The, 63
  • - Bryan’s Automatic Cut-out, 84
  • - Cook, Smythe, and Payne, Messrs., Tubular System of Conductors, 535
  • - Cornbrook Motor, The, 84
  • - Crompton and Co., Messrs., Electric Travelling Crane, 23
  • - Crompton and Co., Messrs. R. E., Culvert System of Underground Mains for Electric Lighting, 368, 369
  • - Davey, Paxman, and Co., Messrs., Triple-expansion Engines, 249
  • - Delaloeand Piat, Messrs., Electric Rivetter, 536
  • - Elwell-Parker Alternator, 285
  • - Elwell-Parker Motor Transformer, 285
  • - Ferranti, Mr. S. Z. de, his Exhibit, 430
  • - Fricker Alternator, 284
  • - Gas Engines at, 471
  • - Gordon Dynamo and Exciter, The, 124, 186
  • - Gulcher Arc Lamp, 284
  • - Gulcher Factory Lamp, 284
  • - Gulcher 40-unit Dynamo, 284
  • - Gulcher “Midget” Dynamo, 284
  • - Johnson and Phillips, and Davey, Paxman, and Co., Messrs., Coupled Dynamo and Steam Engine, 249
  • - Kingdon Alternator, 83
  • - Lloyd and Lloyd, Messrs., their Exhibit of Electrically-welded Tubes and Fittings, 535, 536
  • - Macdonald Subway Electrical Conduit (Figs. 11 and 12), 431
  • - Porte-Manville Regulator, The, 84
  • - Scott, Mr. Ronald, Coupled Lighting Plant and Projector (Figs. 8, 9, and 10), 430, 431
  • - Sydenham Electric Light Station, The, 124, 132
  • - Woodhouse and Rawson, Messrs., their Exhibit, 83, 187
  • Exhibition, The International Milling and Baking, 547
  • Exhibition, Leather Trades, 319
  • Exhibition, The South African and International, 3, 503
  • Exhibition, Tasmania, The Launceston, Awards to Messrs. Davey, Paxman, and Co., 263
  • Expansion Gear, The Tremper Automatic, 96
  • Experimental Engineering, 432
  • Explosions, Boiler, 48
  • Explosives, Results obtained in the United States with the Brown Powder, 77
  • Exports and Imports, 74, 115
  • Express Locomotive, Eastern Railway of France (Supplement, March 4th, 1892), 191, 214, 216
  • FABULOUS History of the Steam Engine, The, 324
  • Factory Lamp, Gulcher, 284
  • Fairfield Engine Works, Engines of H.M.S. “Hawke,” 229
  • Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Triple-expansion Engines, H.M.S. “Hawke,” 383 (Supplements, Jan. 22nd and May 6th, 1892)
  • False Marking “London,” 367
  • Fan, A New, 433, 462, 485
  • Fast Trains in Germany, 551
  • Fastest Train in the World, The, 519
  • Fawcett’s Fire-proof Floor, 305
  • Feed-Water Filter, Edmiston’s, 179
  • Feraud, Mr., Scheme for Suspending Railway Carriages, 533
  • Ferranti, Mr. S. Z. de, his Exhibit at the Crystal Palace Electrical Exhibition, 430
  • Ferrier, Prof., Photomicrographic Apparatus, 348
  • Fibre-Cleaning Machinery, 320
  • Filter, Edmiston’s Feed-Water, 179
  • Filter, Simple Oil, 168
  • Filters, Edmiston’s Patent, 197
  • Fire Appliance Company, The, Vulcan Steam Fire Pump, 47, 361
  • Fire Engine, The Old Manual, 162
  • Fire Engine, Single Cylinder Vulcan, 47
  • Fire Engine, Steam, for South America, 7
  • Fire Engine for a Turkish War Ship, 504
  • Fire Engines in Flour Mills, Fixed, 315
  • Fire Engines, Steam v. Manual, 178
  • Fire-Gild for Brass Goods, 175
  • Fire-proof Floor, Fawcett’s, 305
  • Fire Protection at Capetown, 344
  • Fire Pump, The Vulcan Steam, 361
  • Fires in Bunkers, 320
  • Firm Swindles, Alleged Long, 428
  • Fish Guano Works and Machinery, 321
  • Fisher, Mr., Asbestos, 390
  • Fisher, Mr. H. O., Ten Ton Goods Wagon, 357
  • Fisher, Mr. J. P., On the Mining and Manufacture of Asbestos, 346, 390
  • Flaman, M., Express Locomotive, Eastern Railway of France (Supplement, March 4th, 1892), 191, 214, 216
  • Floating Dock, The Hamburg Off-shore, 219
  • Frood Outlets in Tropical Countries, 51
  • Fleuss, Mr. H. A., On Hand Ice - making Machines, 460
  • Fly-wheels and Unchained Lightning, 178
  • Follows and Bate, Messrs., Paint Mill, 27
  • Force and Motion, 29, 48, 73, 74, 113
  • Forced Draught, 118
  • Foreign Competition in Railway Materials, 196
  • Foreign Treaties and Colonial Trade, 176
  • Foreign Sewage Precipitation Works, 529
  • Fork Head, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, 542
  • Fowler, Mr. A. F., Adjustable Lock and Weir, 338, 391
  • Fowler, Mr. H., On Aluminium, 84
  • Fowler and Co., Messrs., Pond Cleaner, 543
  • Foy, M. J., Progress of French Railways, 35
  • France, Bounties on Shipbuilding in, 216
  • France, Electric Railways in, 196
  • France, New Pit Sinking in North of, 112, 144
  • France and Quick-fire Guns, 32, 154
  • France, Trade in, in 1891, 77
  • Freights, Steamships and, 367
  • Fremont Furnaces, 31
  • French Government, Gunboat for the, 400
  • French Naval Programme, The New, 473
  • French Railways, M. J. Foy on the Progress of, 35
  • French Tariffs and Trade, 436
  • French Torpedo Boats, 72, 118, 196
  • French Trials of Elswick Quick-fire Guns, 32, 154
  • Fricker Alternator, 284
  • Friction in the Bores of Guns, Captain Noble on, 545
  • Friction Hoists, 308
  • Froude, Mr., Three Papers read by, at the Meeting of the Institute of Naval Architects, 334
  • Fullerton, Captain J. D., On “Modern Aerial Navigation,” 435
  • Furnace Crowns by Marine Boilers, Collapsed, 176
  • Furnace, The Interchangeable Winged, 97
  • Furnace, Smoke-consuming, Marsh’s, 543
  • GALVANISING Process, A Cold, 235
  • Garrood’s Cultivator and Pulveriser, 529
  • Gas Engine, Mr. E. G. Walker on the, 157
  • Gas Engines, Mr. W. Norris on Modern, 131
  • Gas Engines at the Crystal Palace? 113, 133
  • Gas Engines at the Crystal Palace, 471
  • Gas Engines with Dowson Gas, Trial of Large, 126
  • Gas Lighting, The Centenary of, 391
  • Gas Engines, Modern, Mr. W. Morris on, 212
  • Gas Engines and Pumps, Trial of Cycle, Uxbridge Waterworks, 128,129
  • Gas Furnaces and Puddling, 389
  • Gas, Illumination of Tory Island Lighthouse by, 200
  • Gas and Oil Engines at the Warwick Show, 540, 541
  • Gas Oven and Reducing Grate, Wilson’s, 370
  • Gas Production and Distribution, 216
  • Gas Strike, A, 235
  • Gas Supply, 16
  • Gaseous Fuel for Burning Portland Cement, 501
  • Gaseous Mixtures, Professor Dixon on the Explosion of, 166
  • Gasholder and Tank, Mr. F. Livesey’s Description of a Six-lift, 437
  • Gases, The Laws of, Professor Dewar, 418
  • Gases, Professor Dewar on the Chemistry of, 339, 374, 428
  • Gauge on the Great Western Railway, The Conversion of the, 399, 425, 434, 447
  • Gauges, A Real Battle of the, 215
  • Gem Mining Machinery, 114, 146
  • General Tweedie’s Bullet, 480
  • German Railways, The, 41, 147
  • Germany, Fast Trains in, 551
  • “Gibraltar,” H.M. First-Class Cruiser, 360, 361
  • Gill, Mr. Robert, 348
  • Glasgow, Shipowners’ and Harbour Facilities at, 196
  • Glasgow University, Degrees Conferred at, 441
  • Glass-making Machinery, 345
  • Glenfield Company, Non-concussive Self-closing, 327
  • Globe Works, Lincoln, Erecting Shop, 276, 277
  • Gold Milling, Mr. W. F. Wilkinson, 493
  • Gold Quartz Reduction, Mr. A. H. Curtis on, 108
  • Gooch’s Design for Russian Locomotives, 447
  • Goodall, Mr. F. C., on Whaleback Steamers, 314
  • Goods Wagon, 10-Ton, with Pressed Steel Underframe, 357
  • Gordon Dynamo and Exciter, The, 124, 186
  • Gordon and Co., Messrs. J. E. H., Sydenham Electric Light Station, December 28th, 1891, 124, 132
  • Goss, Mr. F. M., an Experimental Locomotive, 482
  • Gossan Lead of Virginia, Mr. E. C. Moxham, 229
  • Governing Apparatus, Dale’s, 415
  • Governors, Marine, 321
  • Government Patent Fees, 372
  • “Grafton,” First-class Cruiser, 110, 111
  • Grain Elevating Process, Compressed Air, 357
  • Gray, Mr. Harry, Water Gauge Fittings for, 77
  • Gray, Mr. Macfarlane, On Nothing : or, the Non- Existent, 230
  • Graydon Dynamite War Material Syndicate, The, 547
  • Great Western Railway, The, 507
  • Great Western Railway, Conversion of Gauge on the, 399, 425, 434, 447
  • Great Western Railway Corridor Train, 316, 319, 342
  • Great Western Railway Broad-gauge Engine, 454
  • Great Western Railway, Blachford Old Viaduct, 522
  • Great Western Railway System, Map of the, 399
  • Great Western Railway, Third-class Carriage, 1845, 448
  • Great Western Railway Works in South Devon, 522, 525
  • Great Western Railway Works, South Devon, 544, 548
  • Grinding Mustard ? 411
  • Growth of Ocean Telegraphy, 94
  • Gruson’s Quick-fire Guns on Shielded Mountings, 412
  • Gruson’s System, Mr. E. Reimer’s, 470
  • Gulcher Arc Lamp, 284
  • Gulcher “Midget” Dynamo, 284
  • Gulcher 40-unit Dynamo, 284
  • Gun Cotton, 511
  • Gun, The Pneumatic Dynamite Sea-coast, 491, 500
  • Gunboat for the French Government, 400
  • Gunboat, Shallow Draught, for the French Government, 474
  • Gun Mounting, New Disappearing Elswick, 211
  • Gunnery, Scientific, Appliances for, 381, 407
  • Guns, France and Quick-fire, 32, 154
  • Guns, Friction in the Bores of, Captain Noble on, 545
  • Guns on Shielded Mountings, Gruson’s, 412
  • Gyroscopes, Problem in, 391, 441, 454, 485, 506 528, 551
  • HALL, Mr. C. E., The “Monarch” Disintegrator and Coal Grinding Mill, 47
  • Hall, Mr. Ralph, and the World’s Highest Chimney Stack, 436
  • Hamburg Off-shore Floating Dock, The, 219
  • Hammer, Longworth’s Patent Power, 177
  • Hammers, Mather’s Soft Metal, 137
  • Hand Planer, An Improved, 235
  • Harbours and Waterways, 4, 104, 255, 362
  • Harbours and Waterways in 1891, 4
  • Hardening Cast Iron'! 175
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., New Steamers for the South African Trade, 261
  • Harrison’s Hoisting Crab, 305
  • Hartmann and Brown’s Inductometer, 385
  • Hartmann and Brown’s Voltmeter, 385
  • Harvey, Mr. J. W. J., on Mild Steel, 138
  • Harvey Plate, High Carbon Nickel Steel, 276
  • Haslam and Co., Messrs., Refrigerator, s.s. “Ruahine,” 276
  • Haswell Electro-Browning Process, The, 432
  • “Hawke,” H.M.S., 229
  • “Hawke,” H.M.S., The Engines of (Supplement, May 6th, 1892), 383
  • Hay Kicker, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, 542
  • Hayes, Middlesex, Sewerage, 39
  • Hayward Tyler and Co., Messrs., Double-acting Gear Plunger Pump, 34
  • Hayward Tyler and Co., Messrs., Hydraulic Die Press, 235
  • Heat Engines, Mr. Jas. Atkinson on, 160
  • Heating Baths, 29
  • Heck, Mr. J. H., Experiments with Inflammable and Explosive Atmospheres of Petroleum Vapour, 334
  • Hedge Cutter, Houseman’s, 542
  • Heliochromy, Composite, 417, 427
  • Hendon, Sewerage Works at, 460
  • Herbert, Mr. A., Drilling Machines for Cycle Makers, 46
  • H.M. First-class Cruiser “Gibraltar,” 360, 361
  • H.M.S. “Blake,” 313, 338
  • H.M.S. “Edgar,” Note upon the Trial of, 166
  • H.M.S. “Grafton,” 110, 111
  • H.M.S. “Hawke,” 229
  • H.M.S. “Hawke,” Triple - expansion Engines (Supplement, January 22nd, 1892)
  • H.M.S. “Ramillies” and “Repulse,” 188, 194
  • H.M.S. “Royal Sovereign” (Supplement, May 27th, 1892), 451
  • H.M.S. “Sybille,” Steam Trials of, 306
  • H.M. Ships, Speed Trials with some of, 313, 338, 390
  • Higginson’s Wrought Steel Blocks, 55
  • High Carbon Nickel Steel Harvey Plate, 276
  • High-speed Locomotives, 44, 51, 74
  • Highest Viaducts in the World, 497
  • Hint to Patent Speculators, A, 282
  • Hoe Rotary Quadruple Press for the Dundee Courier, 47
  • Hoffman, Mr. W. H., on Granulating Magnetic Iron Ores with the Sturtevant Mill at Croton Mines, New York, 229
  • Hoisting Crab, Harrison’s, 305
  • Hoists, Friction, 308
  • Holden, Captain, Appliances for Scientific Gunnery, 381, 407
  • Holden and Brooke’s Exhaust Injectors for Locomotives, 193
  • Hopper Dredger for New South Wales, Mr. C. W. Darley (Supplement, April 8th, 1892), 306
  • Hopton, Mr. Wm., New Fan, 433, 462
  • Hornsby-Akroyd Oil Engine, The, 540
  • Houseman’s Hedge Cutter, 542
  • Howard Lectures, Postponement of Professor W. C. Unwin’s, 96
  • Howard, Messrs., Vertical Engine and Boiler, 539
  • Howden and Co., Messrs. Jas., Engines and Boilers of the S.S. “City of Dundee ” [Supplement, February 26th, 1892), 167
  • Howe, Mr. H. M., on the Copper Mines of Vermont, 229
  • Hulse and Co., Messrs., Vertical Lathe, 296, 321
  • Humber Ice and Coal Company, Hull, Ice-Tipping Apparatus, 153, 157, 168
  • Hydraulic Die Press, Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co. 235
  • Hydraulic or Jet Propulsion, 507, 527
  • Hydraulic Power in London, Mr. E. B. Ellington, 514
  • Hydraulic Propulsion, 440
  • Hydraulic Propulsion, New Method of, 305
  • Hydraulic Punching Bear, 526
  • ICE-MAKING Machines, Hand, 460
  • Ice-Making Machinery at St. Andrew’s Dock, Hull, 153, 157, 168
  • Ice-Making and Refrigerating Machine, The De La Vergne, 54, 55
  • Ice-Tipping Apparatus, St. Andrew’s Dock, Hull, 153, 157, 168
  • Illumination The Distribution and Measurement of, Mr. A. P. Trotter, 428
  • Imperial Institute, The, 537
  • India, Government Manufacture of Open-Hearth Steel in, 297
  • India, Railway Development in the Native States of, 46
  • Indian Engineering Colleges, 468
  • Indian Factories, 392
  • Indian Telegraph Department, The Underman¬ning of the, 480
  • Indian Telegraphs, 2
  • Inductometer, Hartmann and Brown’s, 385
  • Inductor Dynamo, The Kingdon, 118
  • Inflammable and Explosive Atmospheres of Petroleum Vapour, M. J. H. Heck’s Notes on Experiments with, 334
  • Ingersoll-Sergeant Drill Company, The Single- Acting Compound Air Compressor, 496
  • Initial Condensation, Mr. W. H. Northcott, 199
  • Injector, Exhaust, 207
  • Injectors for Locomotives, Exhaust, 193
  • Inland Navigation Congress, The, 209
  • Innes, Mr. J., Some Details on the Construction of Marine Boilers, 319
  • INSTITUTE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON, 55
  • - Courses of Special Lectures during the Current Term, 55
  • Institute of Chemistry, 415
  • INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS, CHESTERFIELD AND MIDLAND COUNTIES, AND MIDLAND INSTITUTE OF MINING, CIVIL, AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS:-
  • - Joint Meeting of, 376
  • Institute, The Imperial, 537
  • INSTITUTE. INCORPORATED GAS:—
  • - On the Use of Coke as a Means of Lessening Fog, Mr. Valon, 532
  • - Twenty-ninth Annual Meeting of, 532
  • INSTITUTE, CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON:—
  • - Annual Meeting of the Governors, 370
  • INSTITUTE, THE IRON AND STEEL, 469
  • - Annual Meeting of and Programme of Arrange-ments and Papers to be read, 384
  • - Calorific Efficiency of the Puddling Furnaces Major Cubillo on the, 470
  • - Chilled Castings, Mr. Gruson, 469
  • - Experiments with Basic Steel, Mr. W. H. White, 469
  • - Experiments in the Use of Cyanides and Alkalies for Desulphurising Pig Iron, Messrs. Ball and Wingham, 469
  • - Gas Valve for Siemens Furnace, Mr. Wailes on a New Form of, 470
  • - Manufacture and Application of Chilled Cast Iron, Gruson’s System, Mr. E. Reimers, 470
  • - Platinum Pyrometers, Mr. H. L. Callendar, 470
  • - Presentation of the Bessemer Medal to Mr. A. Cooper, 469
  • - Pure Iron, Colonel Dyer, 469
  • - Slide Rule for Calculating Blast Furnace Charges, Mr. A. Wingham on a, 470
  • INSTITUTE, THE IRON AND STEEL (continued):
  • - Thomson Calorimeter, Mr. Thwaite on the New, 470
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS, 460
  • - Asbestos, Mr. Fisher, 346, 390
  • - Initial Condensation, Mr. W. H. Northcott, 199
  • - Nothing or the Non-existent, Mr. Macfarlane Gray, 230
  • - Second Annual Dinner, 504
  • - Stability or the Motion of a Vessel among Waves, Mr. J. A. Rowe, 81, 112
  • - Water-tight Bulkhead Doors, Mr. S. C. Sage, 150
  • INSTITUTE OF MINING ENGINEERS, THE AMERICAN, 250
  • - Apatite with Beds of Magnetite, Professor W. B. Blake on the Association of, 229
  • - Apatites of Quebec and New York, Mr. John Stewart, 229
  • - Control of Silicon in Pig Iron, Mr. W. H. Morris, 229
  • - Copper Mines of Vermont, The, Mr. H. M. Howe, 229
  • - Cuprocassiterite, Mr. Titus Ulke, 229
  • - Elevated Cableways and Rope Tramways, Mr. S. Miller, 229
  • - Granulating Magnetic Iron Ores with the Sturtevant Mill at Croton Mines, New York, Mr. W. H. Hoffman, 229
  • - Great Gossam Lead of Virginia, Mr. E. C. Moxham, 229
  • - Magnetic Iron Ores of Ashe Co., North Carolina, Mr. H. B. C. Nitze, 229
  • - Mining of Gems and other Minerals in Russia, Mr. G. F. Kunz, 229
  • - Phosphate Chemistry as it Concerns the Miner, Dr. T. M. Chatard, 229
  • - Phosphate Deposits of Florida, Mr. G. H. Eldridge, 229
  • - Phosphate Deposits of the Island of Navassa, West Indies, Mr. E. V. D’lnvilliers, 229
  • - Phosphate Industry in the United States, Professor W. B. Blake, 229
  • - Phosphate of Lime in the United States and Canada, Mr. W. B. M. Davidson, 229
  • - Phosphate Slag, Mr. W. H. Morris, 229
  • - Preservation of the Hearth and Bosh Walls of the Blast Furnace, Mr. Jas. Cayley, 229
  • - Visits to Industrial Establishments, 250
  • INSTITUTE, NEW CROSS, S.E., THE GOLDSMITHS’:
  • - Electrical Organ-blowing Apparatus, Messrs. Abbott and Smith, 438
  • Institute for the West of Scotland, Formation of a Metallurgic, 526
  • INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, THE :
  • - Annual General Meeting, 508
  • - Bishop Rock Lighthouses, The, Mr. W. T. Douglass, 200
  • - Construction of the Vyrnwy Masonry Dam of the Liverpool Corporation Waterworks, Mr. J. E. Parker, 108
  • - Distribution and Measurement of Illumination, The, Mr. A. P. Trotter 428
  • - Electrical Measuring Instruments, Mr. James Swinburne, 370, 385
  • - Illumination by Gas of Tory Island Lighthouse, County Donegal, Mr. D. C. Salmond, 200
  • - Measurement of High Temperatures, Prof. C. W. C. Roberts-Austen, 473
  • - Petroleum Engines, Prof. W. C. Unwin, 212
  • - Sewage Farms of Berlin, The, Mr. Herman A. Roechling, 327
  • - Weighing Machines, On, Mr. Wilfrid Airy, 75
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS OF IRELAND :—
  • - Sewage Disposal of Isolated Dwellings, Mr. W. K. Parry, 321
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, THE MANCHESTER STUDENTS OF THE :—
  • - Fifth Annual Dinner, 108
  • - Mean or Average Annual Rainfall, Mr. A. B. Binnie, 287
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, NEWCASTLE- UPON-TYNE ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS, 217
  • - Canal from the Tyne to the Solway, Mr. J. Watt Sandeman, 339
  • - First Annual Dinner, 217
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRIC ENGINEERS:—
  • - Load Diagrams of Electric Tramways and Cost of Electric Traction, A. Reckenzaun, 278
  • Institution, Electrical Standardising, Testing, and Training, Annual Dinner of the Students 287
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND NAVAL ARCHI-TECTS, THE HULL AND DISTRICT :—
  • - A Few Examples of Centrifugal Force, Mr. A. N. Somerscales, 229
  • - Annual General Meeting, and Fresh Elections, 428
  • - Balanced Rudders, Mr. T. Rose, 229
  • - Size of Ships in Relation to Deadweight, Speed, and Coal Endurance, Mr. F. Somerscales, 131
  • - Some Detail in the Construction of Marine Boilers, Mr. J. Innes, 319
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS, THE NORTH-EAST COAST:—
  • - Propulsion of Paddle Steamers, Mr. King, 80
  • - Water Gauge Fittings for Steam Boilers, Mr. Harry Gray, 77
  • INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS, THE INCORPORATED :—
  • - Description of the Six-Lift Gasholder and Tank at East Greenwich, Mr. Frank Livesey, 437
  • - Failure of the Wages System of Payment and the Remedy, “Profit Sharing,” Mr. George Livesey, 437
  • - Visits of the Members, 437
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, THE, 380, 528
  • - Abstract of the Inaugural Address of Mr. Wm. Anderson, the President, 380
  • - Annual General Meeting—Papers to be Read, 78
  • - Papers to be Read in May, 315
  • - Report upon the Trial of the p.s. “Ville de Douvres,” Professor Kennedy, 381, 408, 433
  • - Research Committee, 528
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING ENGINEERS, THE :
  • - Discussion on the Explosion of Gaseous Mixtures 166
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING ENGINEERS, THE FEDERATED:—
  • - Coal and Mineral Resources of Peru, Mr. Edm Lane, 493
  • - Gold Milling, Mr. W. F. Wilkinson, 493
  • - Mining m New Zealand, Mr. Geo. J. Binns, 493
  • - Petroleum m Eastern Europe and the Method of Drilling for it, Mr. A. W. Eastlake, 493
  • - Programme for June, 459
  • - Projected Visit to Pont-a-Vendin, 19
  • INSTITUTE OF MINING ENGINEERS, A LONDON, 24
  • INSTITUTE OF MINING AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, NORTH OF ENGLAND, 552
  • INSTITUTE OF MINING AND METALLURGY, THE:—
  • - Its Inception and Purpose, 460
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS, THE, 313
  • - Annual London Meeting, Address of the President, Lord Ravensworth, 297
  • - Approximate Rule for the Vertical Position of the Centre of Buoyancy, Mr. S. W. Furze Morrish, 314
  • - Balancing Marine Engines and the Vibration of Vessels, Mr. A. F. Yarrow, 298, 302, 304
  • - Constant Notation Used at the Admiralty Experimental Works, On Some Additional Features in the, Mr. Froude, 334
  • - Convenient Curves for Determining the Most Suitable Dimensions for Screw Propellers, Mr. Froude, 334
  • - Divisional Bulkheads as Applied to Steamers and Sailing Vessels, Mr. Martell, 297, 313
  • - Notes on Experiments with Inflammable and Explosive Atmospheres of Petroleum Vapours, Mr. J. H. Heck, 334
  • - Notes on Recent Experience with some of H.M. Ships, Mr. W. H. White, 313, 338, 390
  • - Notes on the Strength of Steamers, Mr. A. Denny, 333
  • - Performance of Three Sets of Engines belonging to Second-class Cruisers recently added to H.M. Navy as Calculated from the Full Power Steam Trials, Mr. J. G. Liversidge, 334
  • - Programme for the Session, 1892, 283
  • - Ram Vessel, and the Importance of Rams in War, Commander E. B. Boyle, 297
  • - Steadying Vessels at Sea, Mr. J. T. Thorny- croft, 297
  • - Theoretical Effect of Race Rotation on Screw Propeller Efficiency, Mr. Froude, 334
  • - Whaleback Steamers, Mr. F. C. Goodall, 297, 314
  • INSTITUTION, THE PHILOSOPHICAL (Edinburgh), 126
  • Technical Education, Robert H. Smith, 126, 159
  • INSTITUTION, THE UNITED SERVICE :—
  • - Coast Defence, Discussion on, The Subject of the Prize Essay of the Year, by Captain Craigie, 453
  • - Probable Influence of Quick Fire Guns on Naval Tactics and on Construction, Admiral Long, 110
  • Interchangeable Winged Furnace, The, 97
  • Inter-continental Railway, The, 316
  • International Miners’ Congress, 458
  • Interesting Relic, An, 497, 551
  • ‘Invicta,” London and Northampton, Fire- engine, 47
  • Ireland, Railways in, 56
  • Iron, Engineers’ Tests for, 157
  • Iron Gates of the Danube, The, 155
  • Iron, Mr. H. Webb, on Processes Connected with Manufacture of, 193
  • Iron and Steel Industries for China, 389
  • Iron and Steel Industries, Progress of, in Different Countries in Relation to Production and Exports, Mr. Wm. Jacks on the, 515
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton and other Districts: 16, 36, 56, 78, 98, 118, 139, 160,180, 200, 222, 242, 266, 288, 308, 328, 350, 372, 394, 418, 442, 462, 486, 508, 530, 552
  • Ironmasters, Rating of, 408
  • “Isabel,” The Stern wheel s.s., 27, 30
  • Italy, Reduced Duties on Machinery for, 437
  • Ives, Mr. Fred E., on Composite Heliochromy, 417, 427
  • JACKS, Mr. Wm., On the Comparative Progress of the Iron and Steel Industries of Different Countries in Relation to Productions and Ex¬ports, 515
  • Japan, Cast Iron Pipes in, 7
  • Japan, Electric Lighting in, 67
  • Japan, Proposed Railway Extension in, 546
  • Jarman System of Electric Traction, The, 494
  • Jeans, Mr. J. G., on the Laws Regulating the Liability of Employers for Accidents to Work¬men in Different Countries, 516
  • Johnson and Phillips and Davey, Paxman, and Co., Messrs., Coupled Dynamo and Steam Engine, Crystal Palace Exhibition, 249
  • Johnson System of Underground Conduits, The. 346, 372
  • Johnstone System of Underground Conduits for Electric Lighting, 346, 372
  • Joly, Mr. J., Instrument for Measuring the Thermal Expansion of very Minute Solid Bodies, 517
  • Journalists on the Thames, 532
  • KAPP’S Magnetometer, 385
  • Kauri, A Grand Piece of, 315
  • Kendal and Gent, Messrs., Vertical Milling and Profiling Machine, 73
  • Kennedy, Professor A. B. W., Report upon the Trial of the p.s. “ Ville de Douvres,” 381, 408, 412, 433
  • Kidderpore Docks, Swing Bridge for, 350
  • Kiln Plates? 259
  • Kingdon Alternator, The, 188
  • Kingdon Alternator at Frankfort, The, 83
  • Kingdon Central Station Dynamo, 187
  • Kingdon Inductor Dynamo, The, 118
  • King’s Detaching Hooks ? 71
  • Kite’s System of Ventilation, 359
  • Korte, Mr. C., on the Comparative Working Expenses of Small Motors, 75
  • Kunz, Mr. G. F., Mining of Gems and other Minerals m Russia, 229
  • LABUAN, Coal in, 439
  • Laidler, Mr. Wm., Development of the Railway System of England, 157
  • Laird Brothers, Messrs., The “Snowdon ” 473
  • Lambton Castle, Electric Lighting Plant’at, 150
  • Lamp, Gulcher Are, 284
  • Lamp, Gulcher Factory, 284
  • Lamp for Railway Use, A New, 180
  • Lamps, Tottenham Court-road, 146
  • Lancashire Boiler, Trial of a Three-flued 221
  • Lancashire, Derbyshire, and East Coast Railway, 503
  • Lane, Mr. Edmund, On the Coal and Mineral Resources of Peru, 493
  • Latham, Mr. Baldwin, On Evaporation and Condensation, 101
  • Latham, Mr. Ernest, Triple-expansion Engines, Steam Yacht “Laria,” 258, 264, 280
  • Lathe, Vertical, Messrs. Hulse and,Co., 296, 321
  • Launch on the Thames, The “Priestman” Oil,, 504
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 19, 59, 81, 101, 138,. 162, 182, 203, 222, 242, 268, 290, 310, 328, 350, 372, 392, 420, 444, 464, 486, 508, 530, 554
  • Laval, Dr. Gustave de, Steam Turbine, 266
  • Leach, jun., Mr. H. L., Sand-feeding Apparatus- for Locomotives, 400
  • LEADERS:
  • - 1892, 9
  • - Alkali Act and Chemical Works, The, 545
  • - Allport, Sir James, 365
  • - American Atlantic Liners, 457
  • - American Factories and Wages, 261
  • - Auxiliary Steamers, 94
  • - Ayrton, Professor, On Electro-technics, 113
  • - Battle of the Watersheds, The, 259
  • - Boilers in the Navy, 237
  • - Bounties on Shipbuilding in France, 216
  • - British Trade, 525
  • - British Trade for April, 413
  • - Cable Communicator with the West Indies, 282
  • - Can Ball Lightning be Photographed ? 94
  • - Capital and Labour, 71
  • - Captain Noble on Friction in Bores of Guns, 545
  • - Cause of Strikes, The, 388
  • - Cement Stone Discovered in Natal, 52
  • - Chicago Exhibition, The, 344
  • - Chilian Cruisers, 502
  • - Civil Engineering, 9
  • - Clyde Shipbuilding, 437
  • - Coal Consumption in Men-of-War, 71
  • - Coinage, The, 523
  • - Collapsed Furnace Crowns by Marine oilers 176
  • - Colonial Duties on Steamship Coal, 238
  • - Colliers’ Strike, The, 195
  • - Combined Waterworks and Electric Power Station, 367
  • - Comfortable Travelling, 155
  • - Consular Assistance to British Trade, 436
  • - Controlled Torpedoes, 323
  • - Copper and Engineering Needs, 458
  • - Cylinder Condensation, An Unconsidered Phase of, 260
  • - Dangerous Experiment, A, 411
  • - Drainage of Cairo, The, 365, 436
  • - Drainage of a County, The, 502
  • - Drainage of Paris, The, 154
  • - Duke of Cambridge on War Materiel, The, 412
  • - Durham Strike, fl he, 479
  • - East London Waterworks Pumping Engines, 53
  • - Educating a Professor, 197
  • - Electric Light Engines and Boilers, 176
  • - Electric Railways in France, 196
  • - Electric Traction on Tramways, 282
  • - Electric Lighting at Georgetown, Demerara, 389
  • - Electric Lighting, Successful, 389
  • - Electrical Engineering, 14
  • - Employers’ Liability and Accident Funds, 233
  • - End of the Holiday, The, 259
  • - Engineering Exchange, The, 480
  • - Engineering Exchange, Proposed, 304
  • - Engineering and Metal Trades and Canal Rates,. 324
  • - Engineers’ Strike in the North, The, 366
  • - Engineers’ Wages at Sea, 525
  • - English and American Locomotives, 524
  • - Fabulous History of the Steam Engine, The, 324
  • - False Marking “London,” 367
  • - Fire Protection at Cape Town, 344
  • - Flood Outlets in Tropical Countries, 51
  • - Foreign Competition in Railway Materials, 193
  • - Foreign Treaties and Colonial Trade, 176
  • - France and Quick-fire Guns, 32
  • - French Tariffs and Trade, 436
  • - French Torpedo Boat, A, 72
  • - French Trials of Elswick Quick-fire Guns, 154
  • - Gas Furnaces and Puddling, 389
  • - Gas Production and Distribution, 216
  • - Gas Supply, 16
  • - Gaseous Fuel for Burning Portland Cement, 501
  • - Gem Mining Machinery, 114
  • - General Tweedie’s Bullet, 480
  • - Glass-making Machinery, 345
  • - Growth of Ocean Telegraphy, The. 94
  • - Gruson's Quick-fire Guns on Shielded Mountings, 412
  • - High-speed Locomotives, 51
  • - Hint to Patent Speculators, A, 282
  • - Influence of Steam Jackets, The, 501
  • - International Miners’ Congress. 458
  • - Iron Gates of the Danube, The, 155
  • - Iron and Steel Industries for China, 389
  • - Largest Refrigerating Machine in the World, The, 304
  • - London Electric Supply Corporation, The, 281
  • - Machine Drilling in Mines, 324
  • - Machinery for the Preparation of Tea, 388
  • - Mechanical Engineering, 11
  • - Military Aeronautics, 323
  • - Military Ballooning, 134
  • - Miners’ Federation and the Durham Strike, 458
  • - Miners’ Wages and Coal, 32
  • - Mining by Electric Power, 282
  • - Mining Engineering and Coal Trade Profit?, 345
  • - Mining Machines in the North, 134
  • - Modern Aerial Navigation, 435
  • - Municipal Authorities and Central Electric Light Stations, 343
  • - New Tariffs on the Continent, The’, 114
  • - Pensions for Workpeople, 197
  • - Petroleum in the Suez Canal, 546
  • - Price of Patent Specifications, The, 197
  • - Proposed New Mining Engineering Scheme, 52
  • - Proposed Railway Extensions in Japan, 546
  • - Proposed Ship Canal to Brussels, The, 458
  • - Protection of Wire Ropes, The, 260
  • - Pumping under Difficulties, 480
  • - Railway Time and Engineers, 502
  • - Railways v. Rifles, 389
  • - Railways of Victoria, 389
  • - Rating of Machinery Bill, The, 304
  • - Reduced Duties on Machinery for Italy 437
  • - Real “Battle of the Gauges,” A, 215
  • - Romer, Mr. Robert, on Patent Cases, 93
  • - Royal Agricultural Society’s Judges, 502
  • - Royal Ordnance Factories, The, and the Mann facturers, 133
  • - Safety of Railway Travelling, The, 345
  • - Sanitary Engineering, 15
  • LEADERS {continued'):—
  • - Shipowners and Harbour Facilities at Glasgow. 196
  • - Slack Boilers, 366
  • - Smoke, 31
  • - Solidification of Petroleum, The, 479
  • - Solidified Petroleum, 195
  • - Speed in the Navy, 343
  • - Speed of Oriental Mail Steamers, The, 72
  • - Steam Engines for Ships of War, 52
  • - Steam and Sailing Ships, 367
  • - Steamers Laid Idle, 346
  • - Steamships and Freights, 367
  • - “Stop Week” and the Export Trades in Coal, The, 304
  • - Steel and Iron-making in China, 282
  • - Stoppage of Coal Supplies, The, 175
  • - Strike, The Durham, 479
  • - Strikes in the North, Tne, 133, 303
  • - Telephone Revolt, A, 413
  • - Tempered Coffee, 134
  • - Thermo-dynamics and the Steam Engine, 215
  • - Threatened Stoppage of the Collieries, The, 154
  • - Torpedo Boats, 94
  • - Trade of 1891, The, 53
  • - Trade Position, The, 436
  • - Transandine Railway, The, 154
  • - “Trusts” and “ Futures,” 523
  • - Tunnel Illumination, a New Method of, 345
  • - Two Great Engineering Schemes, 216
  • - Underground Railways in Paris, 72, 196
  • - Undermanning of the Indian Telegraph Department, The, 480
  • - United States Naval Engineers, The, 481
  • - Vibration of Steamships, The, 304
  • - “Ville De Douvres ” Trial, The, 412
  • - Vyrnwy Aqueduct Tunnel under the Mersey, The, 261
  • - Wages and Results in the Coal Trade, 387
  • - War Material, 15
  • - Water Resources of London, The, 457
  • - Water Supply, 16
  • - Waterway Improvements on the Continent, 480
  • - “Whaleback” in a Gale, The, 345
  • - What is the Yorkshire Coal owner to do ? 32
  • - Wood and Asphalte Paving, 435
  • - Woolwich Arsenal and Private Manufacturers, 153
  • - World’s Highest Chimney Stack, The, 436
  • - Yorkshire Coalfield, The, 546
  • - Yorkshire Coalowners and their Contracts, 72
  • - Yorkshire Coalowners and the Locomotive Con¬tracts, 458
  • - Yorkshire Locomotive Coal Contracts, The, 53
  • - Yorkshire Miners and the Durham Strike, 389
  • Leather Trades Exhibition, 319
  • Leblanc Process, Mr. J. J. Miller’s Diagram for Illustrating, 302
  • Leeds Forge Company, The Interchangeable Winged Furnace, 97
  • Leek, The Sewage of, 182
  • Lees, Messrs. T. and R., Double-geared Drilling Machine, 23, 24
  • LEGAL INTELLIGENCE :
  • - Anglo-American Brush Electric Light Corpora¬tion, Limited, w. King, Brown and Co., 302
  • - Lane Fox, v. The Kensington and Knightsbridge Electric Lighting Company, 197, 222, 241, 256, 287
  • - Nettlefold’s, Limited, v. Reynolds—Same v. Same, 98
  • - Nettlefold’s, Limited, v. Reynolds, 327
  • - Ungar v. Sugg, 159
  • Lens, A Giant Lighthouse, Mr. J. R. Wigham, 349
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :—
  • - Adjustable Lock and Weir, Sphincter Grip Armoured Hose Co., 391
  • - Aerial Navigation, Joseph Bernays, 528
  • - Aerial Navigation H. Leopold, 529
  • - Alternating Motors, Brush Electrical Engineer¬ing Co., 118
  • - Aluminium and its Uses? J. N. G., 323
  • - American Cruisers, A. I. N. A., 257
  • - American Railway Traffic and Rates, Inquirer, 527
  • - An Impostor.—A Warning, Taken in, 178
  • - Application of One, Two, or Three Steam Jackets to a Triple Condensing Engine, Bryan Donkin, jun., 506
  • - Atlantic Racing, Roumania, 462, 507
  • - Atlantic Racing, Pilot, 479
  • - Auxiliary Steamers, Robert McGlasson, 117
  • - Auxiliary Steamers, Simpson, Strickland, and Co., 117
  • - Balancing Marine Engines, Alexander Vogel¬sang, 441
  • - Balancing Marine Engines and the Vibration of Vessels, John Batey, 371
  • - Boiler Explosions, Edw. G. Hiller, 48
  • - Boiler Explosions, Fuel Economisers, and Grease Traps, Factor, 320
  • - Boiler Explosions, Fuel Economisers, and Grease Traps, M. Powis Bale, 371
  • - Brake Horse-power, C. E. B., 441, 506, 551, 523
  • - Gam-cutting Machine? E. D., 387
  • - Carrying an Oil Tank on a Launch? Certain, 343
  • - Cast Iron Test Bars, Walter Bagshaw, 371
  • - Casting Brass on a Shaft? Inquirer, 51
  • - Centenary of Gas Lighting, D. Pollock, 391
  • - Channel, The, from Preston Docks to the Sea, G. Henry Roberts, 209
  • - Channel from Preston Docks to the Sea, The, A. Fowler, 233
  • - Channel from Preston Docks to the Sea, The, Colin P. Fowler, 232
  • - Chicago Exhibition, Prices of Foreign Goods, T., 528
  • - Chilled Iron Rollers? J. S., 71
  • - “Cito Anspect,” The, Philologist, 321
  • - “Cito Anspect,” The, Phil. O. Sofer, 337
  • - “Cito Anspect,” The, The Writer of the Article, 337
  • - Climatic and Pluvial Phenomena on the North Coast of Chili, George O’Brien, 117
  • - Coffee Cleaning Machines? F. J. F., 281
  • - Colonial Duties on Steamship Coal, I. D. C., 257
  • - Compound Locomotives, T. A., 48
  • - Compound Locomotives, F. Grover, 48
  • - Compound Locomotives, John Riekie, 28, 48
  • - Condenser Valves, Joseph Evans and Sons, 441
  • - Condition of Steam in an Engine Cylinder, Maurice F. FitzGerald, 306
  • - Condition of Steam in an Engine Cylinder, N. E. Coast, 286
  • - Construction of Forges? R. G. R., 175
  • - Cost of Tramway Traction, The, J. Forrest Brunton, 484
  • - Cylinder Condensation, Aloysius, 45
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):—
  • - Cylinder Condensation, Duncan A. Morton, 529
  • - Data about the Reaction of the Sun’s Radiation, S. Tolver Preston, 209
  • - Development of Navies, Ttie, G. W. C., 115
  • - Draught of Vehicles, J. H. Brigg, 117, 178, 200
  • - Draught of Vehicles, J., 200
  • - Draught of Vehicles, The, L. Lawrence, 233
  • - Draught of Vehicles, Wm. Philipson, 131
  • - Dynamics, J. J., 484, 527
  • - Dynamics, Student, 484, 527
  • - Dynamics, X. Y., 484
  • - Educating a Professor, Z., 321
  • - Efficiency of Steam Pumps, Miner, 74
  • - Electric Locomotives, Sylvanus P. Thompson, 529
  • - Electric Motors for Traction Work, E. R. Dolby, 484
  • - Electrical Accumulator Efficiency, H. Miller, 29
  • - Electrogine Balls? Electric, 51
  • - Employment Bureau, J. McDonald, 74
  • - Engineering Salaries in India, An Indian Engineer, 529
  • - Engineers, Engine-room Artificers, and Stokers for the Navy, G. P., 233
  • - Engines for the Electric Light, Jebus Bickle, jun., 171
  • - Engines for the Electric Light, I. I. I., 171
  • - Engines for the Electric Light, A. Volt, 146 209
  • - Engines for Ships of War, J. Jennings Campbell, 5, 44, 115, 170, 193, 257
  • - Engines for Ships of War, An Old Pupil, 130, 193
  • - Engines for Ships of War, Puzzled One, 147
  • - Engines for.Ships of War, J. Jos. Stalker, 170, 257
  • - Engines for Ships of War, Superintending Engineer, 130, 207
  • - English and American Locomotives, W. M. A., 207, 233, 265, 321
  • - English and American Locomotives, M. N. Forney, 462
  • - English and American Locomotives, An Indian Locomotive Superintendent, 337
  • - English and American Locomotives, An Old Driver, 286
  • - English and American Locomotives, J. D. Twinberrow, 308
  • - English and American Locomotives, Not a Yankee, 233
  • - Envelope-making Machinery ? W. D., 237
  • - Exhaust Injectors, Holden and Brooke, Limited, 207
  • - Exports and Imports, Britisher, 115
  • - Exports and Imports, A Trader, 74
  • - Fast Trains in Germany, North-Western, 551
  • - Fibre-cleaning Machinery, B., 320
  • - Fire-gild for Brass Goods, E. G. H., 175
  • - Fires in Bunkers, The United Asbestos Company, Limited, 320
  • - Force and Motion, A Crammer, 48, 118
  • - Force and Motion, C. L. H., 74
  • - Force and Motion, Maurice F. FitzGerald, 29, 73
  • - Forced Draught, Robert Bruce, 118
  • - Forcing Water through Pipes? Water Supply, 281
  • - Fremont Furnaces ? W. F. A., 31
  • - French Torpedo Boats, Augustin Normand and Co., 118
  • - Friction Hoists, G. F. Ransome, 308
  • - Garrood’s Cultivator or Pulveriser, Charles Garrood, 529
  • - Gas Engines at the Crystal Palace Exhibition ? The Campbell Gas Engine Company, Limited, Hugh Campbell, 113
  • - Gas Engines at the Crystal Palace, Wilfred Webb, 133
  • - Gem Mining Machinery, Matheson and Grant, 146
  • - German Railways, The Writer of the Article, 147
  • - Government Patent Fees, E. P. Alexander and Son, 372
  • - Great Western Railway, The, Edw. Reynolds, 507
  • - Great Western Railway, The, Clement E. Stretton, 507
  • - Great Western Railway, The, J. J. Tyrrell, 507
  • - Great Western Railway, The, A. A. Wickenden, 507
  • - Grinding Mustard ? J. R., 411
  • - Hardening Cast Iron ? H. B., 175
  • - Heating Baths, Joseph Wright, 29
  • - High-speed Locomotives, Wm. B. Bryan, 74
  • - High-speed Locomotives, Charles Rous-Marten, 44
  • - High-speed Locomotives, North-Western, 74
  • - High-speed Locomotives, Clement E. .Stretton, 74
  • - High-speed Locomotives, W. B. Thompson, 74
  • - High-speed Locomotives, X., 74
  • - How a Locomotive is Propelled, C. D. Andrew, 170, 208, 232
  • - How a Locomotive Engine is Propelled, Douglas Banfield, 131
  • - How a Locomotive is Propelled, Anthony S. Bower, 193, 208, 232, 320, 390, 440, 485
  • - How a Locomotive is Propelled, J. H. Brigg, 116, 131
  • - How a Locomotive is Propelled, A Driver, 147
  • - How a Locomotive Engine is Propelled, J. Mac- farlane Gray, 371
  • - How a Locomotive Engine is Propelled, John H. A. McIntyre, 265
  • - How a Locomotive is Propelled, Old Bogie, 440
  • - How a Locomotive is Propelled, L., 171, 207, 265
  • - How a Locomotive is Propelled, R., 147
  • - How a Locomotive is Propelled, W., 116
  • - How a Locomotive Engine is Propelled, X., 130
  • - Hydraulic or Jet Propulsion, Robt. McGlasson, 527
  • - Hydraulic or Jet Propulsion, Alexander Vogelsang, 507
  • - Hydraulic Propulsion, Alexander Vogelsang, 440, 507
  • - Improvement in Belting, The, Awake, 371
  • - Improvement of Belting, The, Dormant, 337
  • - Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Research Committee, 528
  • - Interesting Relic, An, Nauticus, 551
  • - Is Machinery to be Rated ? C. Humphreys- Davies, 286
  • - Johnson System of Underground Conduits The, The International Electric Subway Co. Limited, 372
  • - Kiln Plates ? A Millwright, 259
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):—
  • - Kingdon Inductor Dynamo, The, J. A. King- don, 118
  • - King’s Detaching Hooks ? S. E. B., 71
  • - Large Syphon, McKinney Lake, U.S., J. N. O. Wormaid, 527
  • - Last Trial with Quartermain’s Aerostransitor, Wm. Quartermain, 440
  • - Locomotive Building in a Hurry, Canada, 29
  • - Locomotive Engine Boilers, H. R. Leahy, 336
  • - Locomotive History, Hyde Clarke, 484
  • - Locomotive History, E. B. D., 484
  • - Locomotive History, Old Iron, 484
  • - Locomotive History, H. G. S., 484
  • - Locomotive History, Clement E. Stretton, 484
  • - London’s Water Supply, Droflaw, 44
  • - London’s Water Supply, J. H., 28, 118
  • - Macaroni Plant ? H. and M. C., 323
  • - Marine Governors, Durham, Churchill, and Co., 321
  • - Maximum Torque in Motors, Non-Mathema¬tics, 287
  • - Mechanics of Locomotives, The, Robert H. Smith, 462
  • - Metric System and Toothed Gear, The, Silvanus P. Thompson, 485
  • - Metric Tables ? Chas. Louis Hett, 195
  • - Murdoch or Murdock, D. Pollock, 462
  • - New American Warships, The, G. W. C., 306
  • - New Fan, A., Bumsted and Chandler, 462, 485
  • - Non-Luminosity of the Bunsen Flame, Jas. W. Vickers, 209
  • - Note upon the Data of Some Recent Steam Trials, Robert Mansel, 390
  • - Observations at the River Thames, Charing Cross, W. G. Black, 28
  • - Ocean Steaming, H. Leupold, 45
  • - On Radiation, Viewed as a Cause for the Proper Motion of Radiating Bodies, S. Tolver Preston, 5
  • - Oscillation of Railway Carriages, C. E. Cardew, 308
  • - Oscillation of Railway Vehicles, C. E. Cardew, 208
  • - Oscillations of Railway Vehicles, The, A. G. Greenhill, 257
  • - Overlapping Twin-Screws, Helix, 178
  • - Patent Renewal Fees, William P. Thompson and Co., 441
  • - Perforating Machinery? W. A., 175
  • - Pneumatic Pulverisers, Sidney Straker, 131
  • - Polishing Ivory ? Ybrow, 457
  • - Portland Cement, J. Mowat Reid, 286
  • - Potters’ Kilns ? Potter, 303
  • - Price of Tubes ? Lloyd and Lloyd, 387
  • - Priming and its Detection, J. D., 440
  • - Private Telephones, J. T. H., 178
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, A., W. C. Cox, 485
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, A, An Engineer, 485
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, Hub, 528
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, L. Lawrence, 551
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, A, James Langmuir Napier, 485
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, A, Arch. Sharp, 441, 485, 551
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, A, Twirier, 391, 485, 506, 551
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, H. Wake, 528
  • - Rainbow’s Water Raiser ? T. S. W., 479
  • - Reducing Bones to Meal for Agriculture, Hopgrower, 501
  • - Reducing Bones to Meal for Agriculture ? T. C. S., 479
  • - Retaining Walls, Jules Conradi, 208
  • - Retaining Walls, J. D., 208
  • - Retaining Walls, Maurice F. FitzGerald, 208
  • - Retaining Walls, Student, 147
  • - Retaining Walls, W. J. M., 193
  • - Ribble Navigation, A. F. Fowler, 321
  • - St. Pancras Electric Lighting, Test of Babcock and Wilcox Economy Boilers, 171
  • - Screw Propellers, Robert McGlasson, 171, 193
  • - Screw Propellers, B. G. V., 171, 193
  • - Screw Propulsion with Non-reversible Engines, Robert McGlasson 286, 320, 371, 441, 527
  • - Sewer Dimensions? C. S., 343
  • - Sewer Dimensions, Albert Wollheim, 371
  • - Shop Discipline, A. D., 527
  • - Single Crank Engines of Maximum Power ? Hiram Davis, 457
  • - Soda and Chlorine from Salt by Electrical De-composition, Papermaker, 130
  • - Solidified Petroleum, H. V. Pickstone, 233
  • - Sound Signals at Sea, F. N. C., 131
  • - South African Engineers? H. M., 51
  • - S.S. “Angloman,” The, Laird Brothers, 441
  • - Spanish Harbour Works, Julius G. Neville and Co., 193
  • - Speed in the Navy, Alexander Vogelsang, 371
  • - Speed of Propeller Bosses, Robert McGlasson, 117
  • - Speed of Propeller Bosses, Tynesider, 147
  • - Steam Engines for Ships of War, An Old Pupil, 130, 193
  • - Steam Engines for Ships of War, Superintending Engineer, 130, 207
  • - Steam v. Manual Fire-engines, F. Marten Hale, 178
  • - Steel Wire Carriage Seating ? C. E., 457
  • - Sugar Crushing Machines ? Grocer, 93
  • - Superheated Steam, John Gamgee, 209
  • - Sydney Harbour Bridge, S. Pollitzer, 306
  • - Taxation of Machinery, G. Humphreys Davies, 29
  • - Telegraphing Without Wires, Jebus Bickle, jun., 147
  • - Tesla’s Experiments, Mr., Maurice FitzGerald, 147
  • - Tests of Single-cylinder Compound and Triple Engines of Same Type, Bryan Donkin, jun., 45
  • - Tests of Single-cylinder Compound and Triple Engines of the Same Type, Superintending Engineer, 74
  • - The Ether, a Rough Idea of Sir John Herschel’s Modernised, S. Tolver Preston, 113
  • - Thermo-dynamics, Wm. Donaldson, 506
  • - Thermo-dynamics, J. J., 484, 527
  • - Thermo-dynamics, Student, 441, 484, 527
  • - Thermo-dynamics, Tutor, 462, 506
  • - Tides for Electric Lighting, The, S. Tolver Preston, 320
  • - Tobacco-cutting Machines, F. J. F., 545
  • - Trial of Patent Cases, Ernest R. Royston, 146
  • - U.S. Naval Engineers, C. P., 507
  • - U.S. Naval Engineers, Geo. Quick, 527
  • - Value of Patents, The, J. S. F., 5
  • - Value of Patents, North London, 48
  • - Value of Patents, Pot-hunter, 73
  • - Vertical Spindle Lathe, E. W. Anderson, 321
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):—
  • - Vulcan Fire Engine? The Fire Appliances Manufacturing Company, Prof. F. M. Hale, 71
  • - Warning, A, Collier Brothers, 523
  • - Warning, A, Green and Boulding, 545
  • - Water Balance Lift? M. Inst. C.E., 9
  • - Water Gauge Fittings, Broken Gauge Glass, 131
  • - Wheel Moulding Machines ? H. W., 93
  • - William Murdock Memorial, The, R. B. P., 321, 441
  • - Wrought Iron in the Cupola, Corebox, 508
  • Liability of Employers, Laws Regulating the, for Accidents, Mr. J. S. Jeans, 516
  • Light and Colour, Captain W. de W. Abney, 417
  • Lighthouse, The Bishop Rock, 200
  • Lighthouse, County Donegal, Illumination by Gas of, Tory Island, 200
  • Lighthouse Lens, A Giant, Mr. J. R. Wigham, 349
  • Lightning, Ball, Can it be Photographed ? 94
  • Lightning, Fly-wheels and Unchained, 178
  • Lincoln, Erecting Shop, Globe Works, 276, 277
  • Lindsley, Mr. M. M., Screw Coupling for Narrow Gauge Railways, 2
  • Liquefying Oxygen and Common Air, Professor Dewar on, 516
  • LITERATURE
  • - Alkali Makers’ Handbook, The, by G. Lunge and K. Hurter, 135
  • - Almanach der Kriegs Flotten, 114
  • - Annuaire pour 1’An 1892, Publie par le Bureau des Longitudes, 216
  • - Architectural Perspective, by F. O. Ferguson, 324
  • - Colour Measurement and Mixture, by Captain W. de Abney, 33
  • - Comprehensive International Wire Table, The, 197
  • - Development of Navies during the Last Half- century, Captain Eardley-Wilmot, 95
  • - Diaries of Sir Dan. Gooch, with Introductory Notice, by Sir Theodore Martin, 481
  • - Dynamics of Rotation: An Elementary Introduction to Rigid Dynamics, by A. M. Workington, 437
  • - Electric Light Cables and the Distribution of Electricity, by Stuart A. Russell, 367
  • - Electricity Up-to-Date, by John B. Verity, 282
  • - Electro-magnet and Electro-magnetic Mechanism, by Silvanus P. Thompson, 53
  • - Elements of Agriculture, by W. Fream, 345
  • - Elements of Dynamic Electricity and Magnetism, by Philip Atkinson, 114
  • - Elements of Metallurgy, A Practical Treatise on the Art of Extracting Metals from their Ores, J. Arthur Phillips, 261
  • - Engineering Chemistry, by H. Joshua Phillips, 197
  • - First Book of Mechanics for Young Beginners, by the Rev. J. G. Easton, 437
  • - General Plan of the Various Main Reef Properties in the Witwatersrand Goldfields, South African Republic, by Ewan Currey and Burton Tucker, 155
  • - How to Use the Aneroid Barometer, by Edw. Whymper, 33
  • - Laxton’s Builders’ Price Book for 1892, 437
  • - Light, An Elementary Treatise (Whittaker’s Library of Popular Science), by«Sir Henry Truman Wood, 413
  • - Lockie’s Marine Engineer’s Drawing-book, 503
  • - Marine Propellers, by Sidney W. Barnaby, 134
  • - Mechanical and Other Properties of Iron and Steel in Connection with their Chemical Composition, by A. Vosmaer, 53
  • - Metallurgy of Argentiferous Lead, The, by M. Eissler, 345
  • - Metropolitan Water Supply, Considerations Affecting the Adequacy and Control of the Water Supply to the Metropolis, by E. H. Stevenson and E. K. Burstal, 197
  • - Milling Machines and Processes, by Paul N. Hasluck, 238
  • - Modern American Methods of Copper Smelting, E. D. Peters, 261
  • - Modern French Artillery, by James Dredge, 261
  • - Modern Practice of the Electric Telegraph, by Franklin Leonard Pope, 525
  • - The Naval Annual, 1892, by Lord Brassey, 547
  • - New Holidays in Essex, by Percy Lindley, 503
  • - Oxborrow and Money Kent’s Universal Manual, 283
  • - Phosphates of America, When and How they Occur, how they are Mined, and what they Cost, andc. andc., by Francis Wyatt, 413
  • - Practical Engineers’ Hand-book, Comprising a Treatise on Modern Engines and Boilers, andc. andc., by Walter S. Hutton, 155
  • - Robert Fulton “Makers of America,” by Robert H. Thurston, 155
  • - Secondary Batteries, being a Description of the Modern Apparatus for the Storage of Electric Energy, by J. T. Niblett, 502
  • - Tenth Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey for 1888-89, 324
  • - Theory of Heat, by James Clerk Maxwell, 413
  • - Washington Bridge, The, over the Haarlem River at 181st Street, New York City, A Description of its Construction, by William R. Hutton, 33
  • Liverpool and Llandudno Steamer, A New, 473
  • Liverpool Overhead Railway, 42
  • Liversidge, Mr. J. G., The Performance of Three Sets of Engines belonging to Second-class Cruisers, 334
  • Livesey, Mr. Frank, Description of a Six-lift Gasholder and Tank at East Greenwich, 437
  • Livesey, Mr. George, Papers on the Failure of the Wages System of Payment and the Remedy, “Profit Sharing,” 437
  • Lloyd and Lloyd, Messrs., The Benardos-Howard Electric Welding Process, 168, 169
  • Lloyd and Lloyd,' Messrs., Electrically-welded Tubes and Fittings, 535, 536
  • Load Diagrams of Electric Tramways and the Cost of Electric Traction, 278
  • Lobnitz and Co., Messrs., Twin-screw Pontoon Crane Steamer “Buarque de Macedo,” 2, 3, 6
  • Lock Gates and Sluices, The Distribution of Beams in, 271
  • Lock and Weir, Adjustable, 338, 391
  • Locomotive, A. Stephenson’s (1846), 425, 449
  • Locomotive, American Ten-wheel Passenger, 254
  • Locomotive Boiler Drilling Machine, 68
  • Locomotive Building in a Hurry, 29
  • Locomotive and Car Wheels, Revolutions per Mile and Centrifugal Force of, 350
  • Locomotive Coal Contracts, Yorkshire, 53
  • Locomotive, Competitive Baldwin, 273
  • Locomotive, On the Construction of the Modern, 1, 21, 103, 333
  • Locomotive, On the Construction of the Modern, Section II, The Foundry—Part I., Iron, 377, 423
  • Locomotive Driving Wheels, 7ft. Diameter, 533
  • Locomotive Engine Boilers, 336
  • Locomotive Engine is Propelled, How a, 116, 130, 137, 147, 170, 171, 193, 207, 208, 232, 265, 320, 371, 390, 440, 454, 485
  • Locomotive, An Experimental, Mr. F. M. Goss, 482
  • Locomotive, Explosion of a, 383
  • Locomotive, Express, Eastern Railway of France (Supplement, March 4th, 1892), 191, 214, 216
  • Locomotive, 1842, Great Western, Messrs. Stephenson and Co., 425, 447, 449, 456
  • Locomotive, 1846, Great Western Railway, 450
  • Locomotive, 1856, Great Western Railway, 450
  • Locomotive, Great Western Railway Broad-gauge, 454
  • Locomotive History, 484
  • Locomotive Performances in New South Wales, 254
  • Locomotive, Standard Goods, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Mr. A. F. Aspinall (Supplement, January 1st, 1892)
  • Locomotive, Standard Passenger, New York Central and Hudson River Railway, Mr. W. Buchanan (Supplement, June 17th, 1892), 519
  • Locomotive, Tank, London and South-Western Railway, Mr. Joseph Beattie (Supplement, February 5th, 1892), 106
  • Locomotive Traction and Driving, The Mechanics of, 401, 467
  • Locomotive, Compound, 28, 48
  • Locomotives, Early Great Western, 426, 427
  • Locomotives, Electric, 529
  • Locomotives, English and American, 165, 185, 205, 207, 233, 265, 286, 308, 321, 337, 461, 524
  • Locomotives, Exhaust Injectors for, 193
  • Locomotives, Gooch’s Design for Russian, 447
  • Locomotives, High-speed, 44, 51, 74
  • Locomotives, The Mechanics of, 462
  • Locomotive for Underground Haulage, Messrs. Bickle and Co., 497
  • Locomotives, Sand-feeding Apparatus for, 400
  • London in Brussels, 42
  • London Chamber of Commerce, Electrical Trades Section, 473
  • London Chamber of Commerce, Engineering Trade Section, 408
  • London County Council, Overhead Wiresand the, 517
  • London, Electric Lighting in, 402, 404, 410
  • London, Electric Locomotion in Central, 459
  • London Electric Supply Corporation, The, 281
  • London Electric Supply Corporation, Cable Testing Apparatus for, 85
  • London Metallurgical Company, The, A Cold Galvanising Process, 235
  • London Sewage, its Treatment and Disposal, 348
  • London and South-Western Railway Tank Locomotive, Mr. Joseph Beattie (Supplement February 5th, 1892), 106
  • London, The Water Resources of, 457
  • London Water Supply, 245
  • London’s Water Supply, 28, 44, 118
  • London Water Supply, Constant, 392
  • Longworth’s Patent Power Hammer, 177
  • Luard, Mr. E. S., Screw-coupling for Narrow Gauge Railways, 2
  • Luxemburg, The Railways of, 247
  • MACDONALD Subway Electric Conduit, The, (Figs. 11, 12), 431
  • Mach, Prof., Investigations into the Nature of the Sound of a Projectile, 513
  • Machine Drilling in Mines, 324
  • Machine Tools, Messrs. Jas. Spencer and Co 496
  • Machinery, Is it to be Rated ? 286, 304
  • Machinery for Italy, Reduced Duties on, 437
  • Machinery, Payment for, by Instalments, 349
  • Machinery for the Preparation of Tea, 388
  • Machinery Rating Bill, The, 286, 304
  • Machinery, Taxation of, 29
  • Mcllwaine, Mr. E. N., on Suction Dredgers, 163
  • McKinney Lake, U.S., Large Drainage Syphon, 472
  • McKinney Lake, U.S., Large Syphon and English Syphons, 527
  • MacMahon Ammonia Motor, The, 75
  • Maginnis, Mr. A. J., Transatlantic Liners and Steamships, No. II, 74
  • Magnetic Attraction of Liquid Oxygen, 516
  • Magnetic Iron Ores of Ashe County, N. Carolina, Mr. H. B. C. Nitze on, 229
  • Magnetic Iron Ores, Mr. W. H. Hoffman on Granulating, with the Sturtevant Mill, 229
  • Magnetometer, Kapp’s 385
  • Magnolia Metallic Packing, 438
  • Mail Train Struck by a Cyclone at the Nowska Railway Station, 483
  • Main.Roads Arbitration, A, 28
  • “Maine,” U.S. Armoured Cruiser, 62
  • Manchester Ship Canal, The, 67, 222
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Progress Plan, 417
  • Mansel, Mr. R., Note upon the Trial of H.M.S. “Edgar,” 166
  • Mansion House, Electric Lighting of the, 217
  • Manual Fire Engine a Thing of the Past, The Old, 162
  • Map of the Great Western Railway System, 399
  • Map showing Railways of Sumatra, 341
  • Map of Wainileet Haven Improvement, 405, 406
  • Marine Boilers, Collapsed Furnace Crowns by, 176
  • Marine Governors, 321
  • Marsh Mill, Cleckheatou, after the Fall of the Chimney, 234
  • Marsh’s Smoke Consuming, 543
  • Martell, Mr., On Divisional Bulkheads as Applied to Steamers and Sailing Vessels, 297
  • Martinez, Mr., On the Transandine Railway of South America, 244
  • Martin Anchor, Improved, 266
  • Mason’s Skylight for Engine-rooms, and?., Armison’s Improved, 416
  • Mather’s Soft Metal Hammers, 137
  • Matter, at Rest and in Motion, Lord Raleigh, 120
  • Maximum Torque in Motors, 287
  • Mean or Average Annual Rainfall, 287
  • Measurement of High Temperatures, The, Professor W. C. Roberts-Austen, 473
  • Measurement of Velocities by the Use of the Phenomena of Sound, 513
  • Mechanical Engineering, 11
  • Mechanics of Locomotive Traction and Driving, The, Professor R. H, Smith, 401, 467
  • Mechanics of Locomotives, The, 462
  • Men-of-War, Coal Consumption in, 71
  • Merry weather and Sons, Messrs., Fire Engine for a Turkish Warship, 504
  • Merry weather and Sons, Messrs., Steam Fire Engine for South America, 7
  • Mersey Bar, The, 273, 384
  • Mersey Dock and Harbour Board, The, 495
  • Metallic Carbonyls, Mr. Ludwig Mond on, 498
  • Metallic Packing, Magnolia, 438
  • Metallurgical Institute for the West of Scotland, 526
  • Metals from Corrosion, The Protection of, 432
  • Meter, The Brillie Electrical Energy, 416
  • Metric System and Toothed Gear, The, 484
  • Metric Tables ? 195
  • Metropolitan Railway for New York, 64, 65, 66
  • Metropolitan Railway Tunnel Purification, 89
  • Middlesbrough, Launch at, 203
  • “Midget” Dynamo, Gulcher, 284
  • Midget Lamp, The, 188
  • Mild Steel, Mr. I. W. J. Harvey on, 138
  • Military Aeronautics, 323
  • Military Ballooning, 134
  • Mill, The “Monarch” Disintegrator and Coalgrinding, 47
  • Mill for Paint Works, Triple Roller and Pug, 27
  • Miller, Mr. J. J., Diagram for Illustrating the Leblanc Process, 302
  • Miller, Mr. S., on Elevated Cableways and Rope Tramways, 229
  • Milling Machine, Special Vertical, 7
  • Milling and Profiling Machine, Vertical, 73
  • Miners’ Conference, The, 244
  • Miners’ Congress, International, 458
  • Miners’ Federation and the Durham Strike, The, 458
  • Miners’ Wages and Coal, 32
  • Mines, Machine Drilling in, 324
  • Mining by Electric Power, 282
  • Mining Engineering Scheme, Proposed New, 52
  • Mining of Gems and other Minerals in Russia, Mr. G. F. Kunz, 229
  • Mining Machines in the North, 134
  • Mining and Manufacture of Asbestos, Mr. J. P. Fisher on the, 346
  • Mining in New Zealand, Mr. Geo. J. Binns on, 493
  • Mining Returns, 473
  • Mining Engineering and Coal Trade Profits, 345
  • Miscellanea, 8, 25, 49, 70, 87, 109, 127, 151, 174, 189, 213, 236, 253, 279, 307, 317, 340, 363, 393, 409, 429, 455, 477, 499, 521, 550
  • Mobilisation of the Fortress of Portsmouth, 526
  • Modern Aerial Navigation, Captain J. D. Fullerton, 435
  • Modern Locomotive, On the Construction of the, 103, 333
  • Moenchenstein, Bridge Failure at, Max am Ende, 143
  • “Monarch” Disintegrator and Coal Grinding Mill, The, 47
  • Mond, Mr. Ludwig, Metallic Carbonyls, 498
  • Moore, Mr. R. St. George, New Pier at Brighton, 91, 92
  • Moore, Mr. R. St. George, New Pier and Marine Palace, Brighton, 136, 137
  • Morris, JMr. Thomas, Engineers’ Tests for Iron Considered and Suggestions for Standard Uniform Tests, 157, 222
  • Morris, Mr. W. H., on the Control of Silicon in Pig Iron, 229
  • Morris, Mr. W. H., on Modern Gas Engines, 212
  • Morris, Mr. W. H., on Phosphate Slag, 229
  • Morrish, Mr. S. W. Furze, An Approximate Rule for the Vertical Position of the Centre of Buoyancy, 314
  • Motor, The McMahon Ammonia, 75
  • Motor Transformer, Elwell-Parker, 285
  • Motors, Comparative Working Expenses of Small, 75
  • Motors, Alternating, 118
  • Moxham, Mr. E. C., on the Great Gossan Lead of Virginia, 229
  • Multipolar Central Station, Dynamo, 249
  • Municipal Authorities and Central Electric Light Stations, 343
  • Municipal Works in Nottingham, Mr. Arthur Brown on the, 359
  • Murdock, Wm., 441
  • Murdoch or Murdock, 462
  • NAPIER and Sons, Messrs., H.M.S. First-class Cruiser “Gibraltar,” 360, 361
  • Natal, Cement Stone Discovered in, 52
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 28, 45, 76, 101, 138, 157, 209, 315, 349, 375, 396, 415, 451, 498 530, 554
  • Navies, The Development of, 115
  • Navigation of the Seine, The, 158
  • Navy, Boilers in the, 237
  • Navy, The, A Dangerous Experiment, 411
  • Navy, Engineers in the, 507
  • Navy Estimates and Shipbuilding Programme, The, 217
  • Navy, 'The Russian, 314
  • Navy, Speed in the) 343, 371
  • Navy of the United States, 43, 44, 61, 205, 206, 227, 228
  • Neasden, Anderson’s Exhaust Apparatus at, 88, 89
  • Newburn Steel Works, 40in. Cogging Mill, The Bowling Iron Co., 505
  • New Companies, 19, 39, 59, 81, 101, 121, 141, 163, 183, 203, 225, 245, 269, 291, 311, 331, 353, 375, 397, 421, 445, 465, 489, 511, 533, 555
  • New Croton Aqueduct Commission, Bill to Abolish the, 268
  • New Disappearing Elswick Gun Mounting, 211
  • New Pit Sinkings in the North of France, 112, 144
  • New South Wales Government Railways, American Ten-wheel Passenger Engine, 254
  • New South Wales, Harbours and Rivers Department, Hopper Dredger for (Supplement, April 8th, 1892)
  • New York Central and Hudson River Railway, Standard Passenger Locomotive, Mr. W. Buchanan (Supplement, June 17th), 519
  • New York, Metropolitan Railway for, 64, 65, 66
  • New Zealand, Mr. G. J. Binns on the Coal and Mineral Resources of, 493
  • Niagara, 508
  • Nitze, Mr. H. B. C., Magnetic Iron Orcs of Ashe County, North Carolina, 229
  • Noble, Captain, on Friction in the Bores of Guns, 545
  • Non-concussive Self-closing Tap, 327
  • Non-luminosity of the Bunsen Flame, 209
  • Norris, Mr. W., on Modern Gas Engines, 131
  • North of England, 18, 37, 57, 79, 99, 119, 139, 161, 181, 201, 223, 243, 267, 289, 309, 329, 351, 373, 395, 419, 443, 463, 487, 509, 531, 553
  • North of England Pig Iron Trade, and the Durham Strike, 495
  • North of France, New Pit Sinking in the, 112, 144
  • North German Lloyd Service, Number of Passengers carried in 1891, 256
  • Norway, Coal for, 95
  • Note upon the Trial of H.M.S. “Edgar,” by R. Mansel, 166
  • Notes from Scotland, 18, 38, 57, 80, 100, 120, 140, 162, 182, 202, 224, 244, 268, 290, 310, 330, 352, 374, 396, 419, 444, 464, 488, 510, 532, 554
  • Notes from Germany, 18, 38, 58, 80, 100, 120, 140, 162, 182, 202, 224, 244, 268,' 290, 310, 330, 352, 374, 396, 420, 444, 464, 488, 510, 532 554
  • Notes from Lancashire, 17, 37, 56, 79, 99, 118, 139, 161, 181, 201, 223, 242, 267, 288, 308, 329, 351, 373, 395, 418, 443, 463, 487, 509, 530 553
  • Notes and Memoranda, 8, 25. 49, 70, 87, 109, 127, 151, 174, 189, 213, 2’36, 253, 279, 307, 317, 340, 363, 393, 409, 429, 455, 477, 499, 521, 550
  • Nothing or the Non-existent, Mr. Macfarlane Gray on, 230
  • Notices to Correspondents, 9, 31, 51, 71, 93, 113, 133, 153, 175, 195, 215, 237, 259, 281, 302, 323, 343, 365, 387, 411, 435, 457, 479, 501, 523, 545
  • Notting Hill Gate Electric Lighting Station, 318, 325, 326, 327
  • Nut-lock Washer, The Union Steel Washer Company, 498
  • OBITUARY:-
  • - Adams, Mr. John Couch, Lowdean Professor of Astronomy at Cambridge, 95
  • - Airy, Sir George Bid dell, 33
  • - Allport, Sir James, 365
  • - Brewtnall, Mr., 389
  • - Brunlees, Sir James, 503
  • - Coode, Sir John, 197
  • - Douglas, Mr., 197
  • - Gill, Mr. Robert, 348
  • - Thomson, Dr. James, 413, 441
  • - Willans, Mr. P. W., 458
  • - Wood, Mr. Walter A., 80
  • Observations at the River Thames, Charing Cross, 28
  • Ocean Steaming, 45
  • Ocean Telegraphy, Growth nf, 94
  • Oil Engine, 25-Horse Power, Messrs. Priestman Brothers, 255
  • Oil Filter, Simple, 168
  • Oil and Gas Engines at the Warwick Show, 540, 541
  • Oil Launch on the Thames, The “Priestman,” 504
  • Old Ford, Cornish Engine at, 96, 97
  • Oldbury Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, The, 10-Ton Goods Wagon, 357
  • Oliver, General J. R., Mean Time Sun-dial, 549
  • Olley, Mr. A. H. C., on Electricity as a Motive Power, 178
  • Omnibuses, The Electric Light in, 504
  • Ontario Ship Railway, 525
  • Optical Projection, 347
  • Organ Blower, An Electrical, 294
  • Oriental Mail Steamers, The Speed of, 72
  • Oscillation of Railway Carriages, 308
  • Oscillations of Railway Vehicles, 208, 257
  • “Otto” Aerial Ropeway, Messrs. Tate and Son’s Sugar Works, Sil vertown, Messrs. Commans and Co., 453
  • Overhead Steam Traveller, Sheerness Dockyard, 73
  • Overhead Wires and the London County Council, 517
  • Overlapping Twin-screws, 178
  • Oxy-magnesium Hand Lamp, 263
  • Oxygen and Common Air, Liquefying, Professor Dewar, 516
  • PACKING, Magnolia Metallic, 438
  • Paddle Steamer “Princess May,” Messrs. W. Denny and Brothers, 475, 478
  • Page, Mr. F. W., Principles and Action Direct-acting Steam Pump, 265
  • Paint Mill; Messrs. Follows and Bate, 27
  • Panama Canal, The, 147, 476
  • Paper Barrels, Mr. J. R. Thame, 295
  • Paris, Drainage of, 154
  • Paris, Underground Railways in, 72, 196
  • Parker, Mr. J. E., Construction of the Vyrnwy Masonry Dam, 108
  • Parry, Mr. W. K., Sewage Disposal of Isolated Dwellings, 321
  • Parsons’ Steam Turbine Dynamo, Professor Ewing’s Report on Trials of, 29
  • Patent Cases, Mr. Romer on, 93
  • Patent Cases, Trial of, 146
  • Patent Fees, Government, 372
  • Patent Renewal Fees, 441
  • Patent Shaft and Axletree Company, The Swing Bridge for Kidderpore Docks, 350
  • Patent Specifications, The Price of, 197
  • Patent Speculators, A Hint to, 282
  • Patents, The Value of, 5, 48, 73
  • Paving, Wood and Asphalte, 435
  • Pearson and Co., Messrs., Great Western Railway Works, South Devon, 544, 548
  • Pelton Waterwheel Company, The, Water Power Installation in Nevada, 532
  • P. and O. Steamer “Rome,” 41
  • Pensions for Workpeople, 196, 238
  • Perforating Machinery ? 175
  • Perrett and Mayhew, Messrs., New Lamp for Railway Use, 180
  • Peru, Coal and Mineral Resources of Mr Edmund Lane, 493
  • Peru, Petroleum in, 473
  • Peterborough Water Supply, 529
  • Petroleum in Eastern Europe, and the Method of Drilling for it, Mr. A. W. Eastlake on, 493
  • Petroleum Engines, Professor W. C. Unwin on, 212
  • Petroleum in Peru, 473
  • Petroleum, The Solidification of, 479
  • Petroleum, Solidified, 195, 222, 233
  • Petroleum in the Suez Canal, 546
  • Petroleum Vapour, Mr. J. H. Heck s Notes on- Experiments with Inflammable and Explosive Atmospheres of, 334
  • Phosphate Chemistry as it Concerns the Miner, Dr. T. M. Chatard, 229
  • Phosphate Deposits of Florida, Mr. G. H. Eldridge on the, 229
  • Phosphate Deposits of the Island of Navassa, West Indies, Described by Mr. E. V. D’lnvilliers, 229
  • Phosphate Industry in the United States, Professor W. B. Blake on the, 229
  • Phosphate of Lime in the United States and Canada, Mr. W. B. M. Davidson on the- Geological Origin of, 229
  • Phosphate Slag, Mr. W. H. Morris on, 229
  • Photographic Committee for the Photographic Department of the Chicago Exposition, 452
  • Photographic Studio, Van Der Weydes, 262
  • Photographing Bullets, Professor C. V. Boys, 227
  • Photographing Express Trains and other Rapidly Moving Objects, 90
  • Photomicrographic Apparatus, Professor Ferrier, 348
  • Photomicrographic Apparatus, The Pringle-Swift,. 347, 348
  • Photomierographic Apparatus, Mr. Carl Zeiss, 348
  • Pier at Brighton, The New, 91, 92
  • Pier at Brighton, The Old Chain, 198, 199
  • Pier and Marine Palace, Brighton, The New, 136, 137
  • Pier, St. Leonards’, 115
  • Pipes, Cast Iron, in Japan, 7
  • Pit Sinking in the North of France, New, 112, 144
  • Planet Electrical Engineering Company, Electric-Lighting of the Mansion House, 217
  • Planer, An Improved Hand, 235
  • Planing Machine, Improved, Seller’s Principle, 407
  • Plate-bending Machine, Mr. John Cameron, 96
  • Platinum Pyrometers. Mr. H. L. Callendar on, 470
  • Plumbago Mining in Ceylon, 69
  • Pluvial Phenomena on the North Coast of Chili, Climatic and, 117
  • Pneumatic Dynamite Sea-coast Gun, The, 491, 500
  • Pneumatic Pulverisers, 131
  • Polishing Ivory ? 457
  • Pollitzer, Mr. G., His Proposed Sydney North Shore-Bridge, 296, 306
  • Pond Cleaner, Messrs. Fowler and Co., 543
  • Pontoon, Twin-screw, 47
  • Popplewell, Mr. W. C., Smoke Prevention and Consumption, 91
  • Porte-Manville Regulator, The, 84
  • Portland Cement, 286
  • Portland Cement, Gaseous Fuel for Burning, 501
  • Portland Cement Testing, Mr. Abbott, 252
  • Portsmouth, Mobilisation of the Fortress of, 526
  • Potters’ Kilns ? 303
  • Preservation of the Hearth and Bosh Walls of the Blast Furnace, Mr. Jas. Cayley, 229
  • Press, Hydraulic Die, Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co., 235
  • Preston Docks to the Sea, The Channel from, 209, 232, 233
  • Price of Tubes ? The, 387
  • Price’s Patent Candle Company, Belmont Works of Messrs., 29
  • Priest, Mr. Rowland, Hydraulic Punching Bear, 526
  • Priestman Bros., Messrs., Twenty-five Horse- Power Oil Engine, 255
  • “Priestman ” Oil Launch on the Thames, The, 504
  • Priming and its Detection, 440
  • “Princess May,” The Paddle Steamer, Messrs. W. Denny and Bros., 475, 478
  • Principles and Action of a Direct-acting Steam. Pump, Mr. F. W. Page, 265
  • Pringle-swift Photomicrograpbic Apparatus, The,. 347, 348
  • Printing Press, Hoe Rotary Quadruple, 47
  • Private Telephones, 178
  • Profit Sharing, Mr. D. Baldwin, 278
  • Profit Sharing, Mr. G. Livesey on the System of, 437
  • Projectile, Sound of a, Professor Mach’s Investigations into, 513
  • Projector, Scott Improved, (Fig. 9), 431
  • Propelled, How a Locomotive is, 116, 130, 131, 147, 170, 171, 193, 207, 208, 232, 265, 485
  • Propeller Bosses, Speed of, 117, 147
  • Propellers, Screw, 171, 193
  • Propulsion, Hydraulic, 440
  • Protection of Wire Ropes, The, 260
  • P.S. “Ville de Douvres,” Professor A. B. W- Kennedy’s Report upon the Trial of the, 381. 408, 412, 433
  • Public Works at Bucharest, 504
  • Pulsometer Engineering Company, The, Icemaking Machinery at St. Andrew’s Dock,. Hull, 153, 157, 168
  • Pulverisers, Pneumatic, 131
  • Pump, Double-acting Gear Plunger, Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co., 34
  • Pump Principles and Action of a Direct-acting Steam Pump, Mr. F. W. Page, 265
  • Pump, The Vulcan Steam Fire, 361
  • Pumping Engines, East London Waterworks, 53
  • Pumping Engine at Old Ford, 96, 97
  • Pumping under Difficulties, 480
  • Pumps, Efficiency of Steam, 74
  • Punching Bear, Hydraulic, 526
  • Pyrometers, Platinum, Mr. H. L. Callendar on, 470
  • QUARTERMAIN’S Aerotransitor, The Last Trial with, 440
  • Quick-fire Guns, Admiral Long on their Probable- Influence on Naval Tactics and on Construction, 110
  • Quick-fire Guns, France and, 32, 154
  • RACE Rotation on Screw Propeller Efficiency On the Theoretical Effect of, Mr. Froude, 334
  • Radial Arm Roller Feed Saw Bench, 69
  • Radiation Viewed as a Cause for the Proper Motion of Radiating Bodies, 5
  • Rail Saw, The Bryant, 263
  • Railway Accident in Australia, Fatal, 370
  • Railway Accident at Bishopsgate-street, 517
  • Railway Bridge, An Earthquake and a, 76
  • Railway Carriages, The Oscillation of, 308
  • Railway Development in the Native States of India, 46
  • Railway Extension in Japan, Proposed, 546
  • Railway Extension in New South Wales, 295, 306
  • Railway, The Great Western, 316, 319, 342, 399, 425, 434, 447, 448, 507, 522, 525, 544, 548
  • Railway, The Inter-Continental. 316
  • Railway Lamp, A New, 180
  • Railway, Liverpool Overhead, 42
  • Railway, The Lancashire, Derbyshire, and East Coast, 503
  • Railway Matters, 8, 25, 49, 70, 87, 109, 127, 151, 174, 189, 213, 236, 253, 279, 307, 317, 340, 363, 393, 409, 429, 455, 477, 499, 521, 550
  • Railway for New York City, New Rapid Transit, 64, 65, 66
  • Railway, Ontario Ship, 525
  • Railway Statistics, American, 177
  • Railways, A Sumatrian, 341, 342
  • Railway System of England, Development of the, Mr. Wm. Laidler, 157
  • Railway Time and Engineers, 502
  • Railway, The Transandine, 154
  • Railway Travelling, The Safety of, 345
  • Railway Vehicles, Oscillation of, 208, 257
  • Railway Works, Great Western, 544, 548
  • Railways, French, M. J. Foy on the Progress of, 35
  • Railways, The German, 41, 147
  • Railways in Ireland, 56
  • Railways of Luxemburg, The, 247
  • Railways v. Rifles, 389
  • Railways of Victoria, The, 389
  • Rainbow’s Water Raiser ? 479
  • Rainfall of the Globe, 238
  • Rainfall, Mean or Average Annual, 287
  • Raleigh, Lord, on Matter at Rest and in Motion, 120
  • Ramage and Ferguson, Messrs., Triple-expansion Engines, Steam Yacht “Zaria,” 258, 264, 280
  • “Ramillies ” and “Repulse,” H.M.S, 188, 194
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Messrs., Hay Kicker and Fork Head, 542
  • Rating of Ironmasters, 408
  • Rating of Machinery Bill, The, 286, 304
  • Raleigh, Lord, on Superheated Steam, 173
  • Reaction of the Sun’s Radiation, Data about, 209
  • Reaper, Sheaf-binding, Messrs. J. Bisset and Sons, 542
  • Reckenzaun, Mr., Lectures on Electric Locomotion, 55
  • Reckenzaun, Mr. A., Load Diagrams of Electric Tramways and the Cost of Electric Traction, 278
  • Reducing Bones to Meal for Agriculture, 479, 500
  • Reducing Grate, Wilson’s Gas Oven and, 370
  • Refrigerating and Cold Storage Plant, The De La Vergne, 54, 55
  • Refrigerating Machine, The Largest, in the World, 304
  • Refrigerator, s.s. “Ruahine,” 276
  • Refuse Destructors, Mr. H. P. Boulnois, 357, 407
  • Reimers, Mr. E., on Gruson’s System, 470
  • Relic, An Interesting, 551
  • Retaining Walls, 147, 193, 208
  • Revolutions per Mile and Centrifugal Force of Locomotive and Car Wheels, 350
  • Ribble Navigation, The, 321
  • Richards, Sir G. H., His Report on the Navigation of the Mersey, 273
  • Richardson, Dr. B. W., on the Physiology of Dreams, 339
  • Richmond and Co., Messrs., Compound Condensing Engine, 474
  • Roberts-Austen, Professor W. C., The Measurements of High Temperatures, 473
  • Robey and Co., Messrs., Compound Trip Gear Engine, 361, 364
  • Robey and Co., Messrs., Gas Engine and Tyne One Unit Dynamo, 541
  • Robey and Co., Messrs., Portable Oil Engine, 540
  • Robinson, Professor Henry, St. Pancras Electric Lighting Station, 145, 148, 149
  • Robinson and Anden, Messrs., Double-cylinder Portable Engine, 69
  • Robinson and Son, Messrs., Radial Arm Roller Feed Saw Bench, 69
  • Roechling, Mr. Herman Alfred, on the Sewage Farms of Berlin, 327
  • Roller, Triple-action Tea, 69
  • Rolling Stock, Great Western Railway, 1845, 448
  • Rolling Stock in the United States, 106
  • “Rome,” P. and 0. Steamer, 41
  • Romer, Mr., on Patent Cases, 93
  • Ropeway, “Otto” Aerial, Messrs. Commans and Co., 453
  • Ross, Mr. T., Balanced Rudders, 229
  • Rowe, Mr. J. A., on Stability, 112
  • ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY:—
  • - Barker and Co., Messrs. T. B., Gas Engine Starter, 542
  • - Barnard, Mr. W., Houseman’s Hedge Cutter, 542
  • - Bisset and Sons, Messrs. J., Chain Conveyor, 542
  • - Bisset and Sons, Messrs. J., Sheaf-binding Reaper, 542
  • - Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., Condensing Mill Engine, 539
  • - Crossley Brothers, Messrs., Oil Engine, 541
  • - Fifty-third Country Meeting of, 538
  • - Fowler and Co., Messrs., Pond Cleaner, 543
  • - Hornsby-Akroyd Oil Engine, The, 540
  • - Houseman’s Hedge Cutter, Mr. W. Barnard, 542
  • - Howard, Messrs., Vertical Engine and Boiler, 539
  • - The Judges, 502
  • - Legott and Co., Messrs., Marsh’s Smokeless Furnace, 543
  • - Marsh’s Patent Smoke-consuming Furnace, 543
  • - Nalder and Nalder, Messrs. Wood’s Well Cleaner, 543
  • - Plan of the Show Ground, 526
  • - Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Messrs., Fork Head, 542
  • - Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Messrs., Hay Kicker, 542
  • - Robey Gas Engine and Tyne One-unit Dynamo, 541
  • - Robey and Co., Messrs., Portable Oil Engine, 540
  • - The Show at Warwick, 494, 538
  • - Tangye Gas Engine. The. 541
  • - Trent Gas Engine, The, 540, 541
  • - Wells Brothers, Messrs., Valve Motion and Governor, 540
  • - Wood’s Well Cleaner, Messrs. Nalder and Nalder, 543
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Plough Trials at Warwick, Awards of the Judges, 287
  • Royal Commission on the Metropolitan Water Supply, The, 359
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Judges, 502
  • Royal Dublin Society, The-^See Society, The Royal Dublin, 349
  • ROYAL INSTITUTION, THE
  • - Alternating Currents of High Frequency, Mr. N. Tesla, 108, 123
  • - Auriga, The New Star in, Dr. Wm. Huggins, 427
  • - Chemistry of Gases, Professor Dewar on the, 339, 374, 428, 476
  • - Composite Heliochromy, Mr. Fred. E. Ives, 417, 427
  • - Electro-plating, Mr. J. W. Swan, 476
  • - Laws of Gases, Professor Dewar, 418
  • - Lectures for January, 43
  • - Lecture Arrangements after Easter, 266
  • - Light and Colour, Captain W. de W. Abney, 417
  • - Liquefying Oxygen and Common Air, Professor Dewar, 516
  • - Matter, at Rest and in Motion, Lord Raleigh, 120
  • - Metallic Carbonyls, Mr. Ludwig Mond, 498
  • - Physiology of Dreams, Dr. B. W. Richardson, 339
  • Royal Ordnance Factories and the Manufacturers, The, 133, 153
  • Royal Show at Warwick, 494, 526
  • ROYAL SOCIETY, THE :—
  • - Conversazione of, 381, 407, 517
  • “Ruahine,” The s.s., 274, 275
  • Rudders, Balanced, Mr. T. Ross on, 229
  • Russian Locomotives, Gooch’s Design for, 417
  • Russian Manufactures, Increase in, 413
  • Russian Navy, The, 314
  • SAFETY Device, Ferranti (Fig. 7), 430
  • Sage, Mr. S. C., On Watertight Bulkhead Doors, 150
  • St. Leonards Pier, Mr. R. S. St. George Moore, 115
  • St. Pancras, Electric Lighting of, 389
  • St. Pancras Electric Lighting, Regent’s Park Station, 145, 148, 149, 172, 173
  • St. Pancras, Electric Lighting, Testing of Babcock and Wilcox Economy Boilers, 171
  • Salford, Election of Borough Engineer for, 552
  • Salmond, Mr. D. C., Illumination by Gas of Tory Island Lighthouse, County Donegal, 200
  • Salt, Soda and Chlorine from, by Electrical Decomposition, 130
  • Sandeman, Mr. J. W., Ona Canal from the Tyne to the Solway, 339
  • Sand-Feeding Apparatus for Locomotives, 400
  • Sanitary Engineering, 15
  • Sash Fastener, Thompson’s, 305
  • Saw Bench, Radial Arm Roller Feed, 69
  • Saw, The Bryant Rail, 263
  • Scott, Mr. E., Electricity in Mining Operations, 278
  • Scott, Captain Ronald, Electric Search Light in Warfare, 252
  • Scott, Captain Ronald, Search Light at the Crystal Palace, 431
  • Screw-coupling for Narrow Gauge Railways, Mr. E. S. Luard, 2
  • Screw Propellers, 171, 193
  • Screw Propulsion with Non-Reversible Engines, 286, 320, 371, 441
  • Sea-coast Gun, The Pneumatic Dynamite, 491, 500
  • Seagreave’s Equilibrium Nozzle, 305
  • Seine, The Navigation of the, 158
  • Seine, A New Bridge across the, 370
  • Selected American Patents, 20, 40, 60, 82, 102, 122, 142, 164, 184, 204, 226, 246, 270, 292, 312, 332, 354, 376, 398, 422, 446, 466, 490, 512, 534, 556
  • Seller’s Principle, Improved Planing Machine, Messrs. Sharp, Stewart, and Co., 407
  • Sellon, Mr. Stephen, Electrical Traction and its Financial Aspect, 252
  • Sensitometer, A New, 263
  • “Serve” Tube, The, 283
  • Sewage Farms of Berlin, The, 327
  • Sewage Disposal of Isolated Dwellings, Mr. W. K. Parry, 321
  • Sewage Precipitation Works, Foreign, 529
  • Sewage Purification at Birkdale, 96
  • Sewage of Whitby and Ellesmere Portt 341
  • Sewer Dimensions, 371
  • Sewerage Works at Hendon, 460
  • Shallow Draught Gunboat for the French Govern¬ment, 474
  • Shand, Mason, and Company, Messrs., Fixed Steam Fire Engine, 315
  • Sharp, Stewart, and Company, Messrs., Improved Planing Machine, Seller’s Principle, 407
  • Sheaf-Binding Reaper, Messrs. J. Bissel and Sons, 542
  • Sheaves, Roller, Messrs. Higginson and Company, 55
  • Sheerness Dockyard, Overhead Steam Traveller, 73
  • Sheffield District, 17, 37, 57, 79, 99, 119, 138, 161, 181, 201, 223, 243, 267, 289, 309, 329, 351, 373, 395, 419, 443, 463, 487, 509, 531, 553
  • Shepherd, Mr. H. L., Hand Planer, 235
  • Shiels and Elliot, Messrs., Electric Communica¬tion for Passenger Trains, North British Railway, 106
  • Shipbuilding at Blackwall and District, Mr. John Taylor, 476
  • Shipbuilding, Clyde, 437
  • Shipbuilding Firms, Clyde, 26, 27
  • Shipbuilding in France, Bounties on, 216
  • Shipbuilding Programme, The Navy Estimates and, 217
  • Ship Canal to Brussels, The Proposed, 458
  • Ship Canal, The Manchester, 222
  • Shipowners and Harbour Facilities at Glasgow, 196
  • Ships, Size of, in Relation to Deadweight, Speed, and Coal Endurance, 131
  • Ships, Steam and Sailing, 367
  • Ships of War, Steam Engines for, 5, 44, 52, 115, 130, 147, 170, 193, 207, 257
  • Shop Discipline, 527
  • Shropshire and Montgomery Lunatic Asylum Waterworks, Mr. T. S. Hooke, 379, 382, 386
  • Siemens’ Electrical Laboratory, King’s College, The, 199
  • Signals at Sea, Sound, 131
  • Silicon in Pig Iron, Mr. W. H. Morris on the Control of, 229
  • Sims-Edison Electrical Torpedo, The, 91, 123, 150
  • Single-acting Compound Air Compressor, Ingersoll-Sergeant Drill Company, 496
  • Single-cylinder Vulcan Fire Engine, The Fire Appliances Manufacturing Company, 47
  • Single-crank Engines of Maximum Power, 457
  • Single Engines, 80
  • Skylight for Engine-rooms, andc., Arnison’s Improved Mason, 416
  • Slack Boilers, 366
  • Sluices, Sectional View of Large, Mode Wheel, 271
  • Smith, Lieutenant Hyde, on Coast Defence, 453
  • Smith, Mr. Robert H., Technical Education, 126, 159, 221
  • Smith, Mr. Thomas, Overhead Steam Traveller, Sheerness Dockyard, 73
  • Smith, Professor R. H., The Mechanics of Locomotive Traction and Driving, 401, 467
  • Smith, Rev. F. J., Appliances for Scientific Gunnery, 381, 407
  • Smoke, 31
  • Smoke Annihilator, The, 315
  • Smoke Consuming Furnace, Marsh’s, 543
  • Smoke Prevention and Consumption, Mr. W. C. Popplewell, 91
  • Snowdon Passenger Steamship Company, New Liverpool and Llandudno Steamer, 473
  • Soberon and Dodd, Messrs., New Liverpool and Llandudno Steamer, 473
  • SOCIETY OF ARTS, 96
  • SOCIETY, BATH AND WEST AND SOUTHERN COUNTIES, 146:—
  • - Annual Exhibition, 146
  • SOCIETY, CRYSTAL PALACE ENGINEERING:—
  • - Electricity as a Motive Power, Mr. A. H. C. Olley, 178
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, THE:—
  • - Address of the President, Mr. W. N. Colam, 105
  • - Dry Crushing Machinery, Mr. S. H. Fox, 392
  • - Electrical Traction and its Financial Aspect, Mr. Stephen Sellon, 252
  • - Foreign Sewage Precipitation Works, Mr. Albert Wollheim, 529
  • - Visit to the South Metropolitan Gas Works and the Tower Bridge Works, 552
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, THE AMALGAMATED :—
  • - Forty-first Annual Report of, 495
  • SOCIETY, BELFAST NATURAL HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHICAL :—
  • - Proposal to Form an Engineering Section, 5
  • - Suction Dredgers, Mr. E. N. Mcllwaine, 163
  • SOCIETY, THE BRISTOL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ENGINEERING :
  • - Mild Steel, Mr. J. W. I. Harvey, 138
  • SOCIETY FOR THE EXEMPTION OF MACHINERY FROM RATING, NATIONAL, 199
  • SOCIETY, GOLDSMITHS’ INSTITUTE ENGINEERING, 362
  • - Visit to the Works of the Brush Electrical Engineering Company, 488
  • - Visit to the Works of the London Electric Supply Corporation, 408
  • - Visit to the Machinery and Inventions Division of the South Kensington Museum, 362
  • - Visit to the Shops of Messrs. Jas. Simpson and Co., 397
  • SOCIETY, THE JUNIOR ENGINEERING:—
  • - Gas Engine, Mr. E. G. Walker, 157
  • - Principles and Action of a Direct-acting Steam Pump, Mr. F. W. Page, 265
  • - Seventh Anniversary Dinner, 112
  • - Shipbuilding of Bl ack wall and District, The, Mr. John Taylor, 476
  • - Visit to the Belmont Works of Messrs. Price’s Patent Candle Company, 29
  • - Visit to Brin’s Oxygen Works, Westminster, 408
  • - Visit to the Erith Works of the Maxim Norden- felt Guns and Ammunition Company, and the Works of Messrs. Easton and Anderson, 495
  • - Visit to the Great Eastern Railway Works, Stratford, 336
  • SOCIETY, THE KING’S COLLEGE ENGINEERING :—
  • - Portland Cement Testing, Mr. Abbott, 252
  • - Transandine Railway of South America, Mr. Martinez on, 244
  • - Works for the Disposal of Sewage at Wimbledon, Mr. Coad, 282
  • SOCIETY, THE LIVERPOOL ENGINEERING, 357
  • - Engineer’s Tests for Iron Considered, and Suggestions for Standard Uniform Tests, Mr. Thos. Morris, 157, 222
  • - Methods of Collecting Water for Supply, Mr. A. W. Brightmore, 3
  • - Petroleum Steamers in Tropical Waters, Capt. Little, 239
  • - Refuse Destructors, Mr. H. P. Boulnois, 357, 407
  • - Transatlantic Liners and Steamships, Mr. A. J. Maginnis, 74
  • SOCIETY, THE MANCHESTER GEOLOGICAL:
  • - Ventilating Fan, Mr. J. Tonge on Mr. Wm. Hopton’s New, 433
  • SOCIETY, MASON COLLEGE ENGINEERING:
  • - Aluminium, Mr. H. Fowler, 84
  • SOCIETY, THE METEOROLOGICAL:
  • - Annual General Meeting, 101
  • - Evaporation and Condensation, Mr. Baldwin Latham, 101
  • SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, THE AMERICAN :
  • - An Experimental Locomotive, Mr. F. M. Goss, 482
  • SOCIETY, THE NATIONAL THRIFT:
  • - Profit Sharing, Mr. D. Baldwin, 278
  • SOCIETY, THE ROYAL DUBLIN :
  • - A Giant Lighthouse Lens — Quadrilateral Arrangement, Mr. J. R. Wigram, 349
  • SOCIETY, THE STEAM ENGINE MAKERS:
  • - Sixty-seventh Annual Report, 167
  • SUPPLEMENTS :
  • - Engines and Boilers of the S.S. “City of Dundee,” Messrs. Howden and Co., February 26th, 1892
  • - Express Locomotive, Eastern Railway of France, M. Flaman, March 4th, 1892
  • - H.M. First-class Battleship “Royal Sovereign,” .Constructed at Portsmouth Dockyard, May 27th, 1892
  • - Hopper Dredger for New South Wales Harbours and Rivers Department, Mr. C. W. Darley, The Morts Dock and Engineering Company, April 8th, 1892
  • - Standard Goods Engine, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Mr. John A. F. Aspinall, January 1st, 1892
  • SUPPLEMENTS (continued):—
  • - Standard Passenger Locomotive, New York Central and Hudson River Railway, Mr. W. Buchanan, June 17th, 1892
  • - Tank Locomotive, London and South-Western Railway, Constructed by Messrs. Beyer, Pea¬cock, and Co., from the Designs of Mr. Joseph Beattie, February 5th, 1892
  • - Thames Tunnel at Blackwall, The, Mr. Alex¬ander B. Binnie, March 18, 1892
  • - Triple-expansion Engines, H.M.S. “Hawke,” The Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, May 6th, 1892
  • Soda and Chlorine from Salt by Electrical Decom-position, 130
  • Soft Metal Hammers, Mathers’, 137
  • Solidification of Petroleum, The, 479
  • Solidified Petroleum, 195, 222, 233
  • Somerscales, Mr. F., The Size of Ships in Rela¬tion to Deadweight, Speed, and Coal En¬durance, 131
  • Soosmezo, Explosion of a Locomotive at, 383
  • Sound, Measurement of Velocities by, 513
  • Sound Signals at Sea, 131
  • Sounding Apparatus for Ascertaining Distances and Directions at Sea, Mr. H. P. Dowling, 212
  • South African and International Exhibition, 503
  • South African Trade, New Steamers for the, 261
  • Southgate Engineering Company, Coal Washing and Briquette Plant for the Ottoman Government, 158
  • Spanish Harbour Works, 193
  • Speed in the Navy, 343, 371
  • Speed of Oriental Mail Steamers, The, 72
  • Speed of Propeller Bosses, 117, 147
  • Speed Trials with some of H.M. Ships, 313, 338, 390
  • Spencer and Co., Messrs. James, Machine Tools, 496
  • Spencer’s Steel Works, Newburn, 40in. Cogging Mill, 505
  • Sphincter Grip Armoured Hose Company, Adjust¬able Lock and Weir, 338, 391
  • Stability, Mr. J. A. Rowe, 112
  • Steadying Vessels at Sea, Mr. J. I. Thornycroft on, 297
  • Steam, The Condition of, in an Engine Cylinder, 286, 306
  • Steam Engine, Fabulous History of the, 324
  • Steam Engine Power in Canada, 493
  • Steam Engine, Thermo-dynamics and the, 215
  • Steam Engines for Ships of War, 5, 44, 52, 115, 130, 147, 170, 193, 207, 257
  • Steam Fire Engines in Flour Mills, 315
  • Steam Jackets, Application of One, Two, or Three, to a Triple-condensing Engine, 506
  • Steam Jackets, The Influence of, 501
  • Steam v. Manual Fire Engines, 178
  • Steam Pumps, Efficacy of, 74
  • Steam and Sailing Ships, 367
  • Steam, Superheated, 209
  • Steam Turbine, Another, 266
  • Steam Trials of H.M.S. “Sybille,” 306
  • Steamer, New Steamer for, 42
  • Steamer, Twin-screw Pontoon Crane, Messrs. Lobnitz and Co., 2, 3, 6
  • Steamers, Auxiliary, 94, 117
  • Steamers Laid Idle, 546
  • Steamers, Mr. A. Denny on the Strength of, 333
  • Steamers for the South African Trade, New, 261
  • Steamers, The Speed of Oriental Mail, 72
  • Steaming, Ocean, 45
  • S.S. “Angloman,” The, 441
  • S.S. “Isabel,” The Stern-wheel, 27, 30
  • S.S. “Princess May,” The, Messrs. W. Denny and Bros., 475, 478
  • S.S. “Ruahine,” The, 274, 275
  • Steamship, Working Cost of, 108
  • Steamships and Freights, 367
  • Steamships, The Vibration of, 298, 302, 304
  • Steel Blocks, Wrought, Messrs. Higginson and. Co., 55
  • Steel with Copper, Method of Coating, 536
  • Steel, Experiments with Basic, Mr. W. H. White on, 469
  • Steel and Ironmaking in China, 282
  • Steel, Mild, Mr. I. W. J. Harvey on, 138
  • Steel, Open Hearth, Government Manufacture of in India, 297
  • Steel Wire Railway Carriage Seating? 457
  • Stephenson’s Locomotive, A, 1846, 425, 449
  • Stephenson’s Long Boiler Engine, 1842, 425, 447, 449, 456
  • Stern-wheel s.s. “Isabel,” The, 27, 30
  • Sterne and Co., Messrs. L., The De La Vergne Refrigerating and Cold Storage Plant, 54, 55
  • Stewart, Mr. John, on the Apatites of Quebec and New York, 229
  • Stilwell and Bierce Manufacturing Co., Victor Turbines at Appleton, Wisconsin, 339
  • Stokehold Ventilation, An Improvement in, 135
  • Stokes, Mr. A. H., Mining Returns, 473
  • Stokoe, Mr. Henry, London Sewage, Its Treat¬ment and Disposal, 348
  • Stone, Messrs., their Works at Deptford, 166
  • Stoney, Mr. E. D., on the Distribution of Beams in Lock Gates and Sluices, 271
  • Stooke, Mr. T. S., Water Supply of Broken Hill, Australia, 379, 381, 382, 386
  • “Stop Week” and the Export Trades in Coal, The, 304
  • Stoppage of Coal Supplies, The, 175, 195
  • Stoppage of the Collieries, The Threatened, 154, 195
  • Strength of Steamers, Mr. A. Denny on the, 333
  • Strike, The Durham, 479
  • Strike, The Durham, and North of England Pig Iron Trade, 495
  • Strike, The Miners’ Federation and the Durham, 458
  • Strike in the North, The, 133
  • Strike in the North, The Engineers’, 366
  • Strike, Yorkshire Miners and the Durham, 389
  • Strikes, The Cause of, 388
  • Strikes in the North, The, 303
  • Strongfellow, Mr., Solidified Petroleum, 222
  • Submarine Telegraphic Extension, 405
  • Suction Dredgers, Mr. E. N. Mcllwaine, 163
  • Suez Cana], Petroleum in the, 546
  • Sugar Crushing Machines ? 93
  • Sumatrian Railway, A, 341, 342
  • Summers and Scott, Messrs., Stern-wheel s.s. “Isabel,” 27, 30
  • Sun Dial, Oliver’s Mean Time, 549
  • Sun’s Radiation, Data about the Reaction of the, 209
  • Superheated Steam, 209
  • Superheated Steam, Lord Raleigh on, 173
  • Suspending Railway Carriages, 533
  • Swan, Mr. J. W., on Electro-plating, 476
  • Sweet, Mr. John E., American Boasting, 392
  • Swinburne, Mr. James, Electric Light Measuring Instruments, 370, 385
  • Swindles, Alleged Long Firm, 428
  • Swing Bridge for Kidderpore Docks, 350
  • Swinton, Mr. A. A. Campbell, Electric Lighting Plant, 150
  • “Sybille,” Steam Trials of H.M.S., 306
  • Sydenham Electric Light Station, Section of the, 124, 132
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, 296, 306
  • Sydney, North Shore Bridge, Mr. S. Pollitzer, 296, 306
  • Syphon Condenser, Improved, 248
  • Syphon, Large Drainage, McKinney Lake, U.S., 472, 527
  • TANGYE Gas Engine, The, 541
  • Tap, Non-concussive Self-closing, 327
  • Tariffs on the Continent, New, 114
  • Tate and Sons’, Messrs., Sugarworks, Silvertown, “Otto” Aerial Tramway, 453
  • Taxation of Machinery, 29
  • Tea, Machinery for the Preparation of, 388
  • Tea Roller, Brown’s Triple-action, 68
  • Teak Timber, 346
  • Technical Education, by Robert H. Smith, 126, 159, 221
  • Teignmouth Water Supply, 452, 454
  • Telegraphic Extension, Submarine, 405
  • Telegraphing without Wires, 147
  • Telegraphing without Wires, Mr. T. A. Edison’s Patent, 86
  • Telegraphs, Indian, 2
  • Telegraphy, Growth of Ocean, 94
  • Telephone Revolt, A, 413
  • Telephones, Private, 178
  • Tempered Coffee, 134
  • TENDERS:-
  • - Birtley, near Newcastle-on-Tyne, Sewerage Works, 474
  • - Curbing, Channelling, and Paving Footways, East Cowes Waterworks, 408, 548
  • - Electric Lighting of Christiania, Norway, 38
  • - Hornsey Local Board, 283
  • - Loughborough Waterworks, 306
  • - Pwllheli Outfall Sewer, 315
  • Ten-ton Goods Wagon, 357
  • Tesla, M. Nikola, Alternating Currents of High Frequency, 108
  • Tesla’s, Mons. Nikola, his Experiments at the Royal Institution, 123, 147
  • Tesla, Mons. Nikola, Progress of his High Frequency Work, 84
  • Tests of Single-cylinder Compound and Tripleexpansion Engines of same Type, 45, 74
  • “Texas,” United States Steamship, 61
  • Thame, Mr. J. R., Paper Barrels, 295
  • Thames, Observations at the River, Charing Cross, 28
  • Thames, Proposed Single Span Opening Bridge for the Lower, 230, 231
  • Thames Ironworks Company, Black wall, H.M.S. “Grafton,” 110, 111
  • Thames Tunnel at Blackwall, The, Mr. A. B. Binnie (Supplement, March I8th, 1892), 239
  • Theiler and Sons, Messrs., Cable Testing Apparatus for the London Electric Supply Corporation, 85
  • Thermal Expansion of Minute Solid Bodies, Mr, J. Joly’s Instrument for Measuring, 517
  • Thermo-dynamics, 441, 462, 506, 527
  • Thermo-dynamics and the Steam Engine, 215
  • Thompson’s Sash Fastener, 305
  • Thomson Calorimeter, Mr. Thwaite on the New, 470
  • Thomson, Dr. James, 413, 441
  • Thomson, Messrs. J. and G., H.M. First-class Battleship “Ramillies,” 188, 194
  • Thomson, Messrs. J. and G., Shipyard at Clydebank, 26, 27
  • Thomson, Messrs. J. and G., Wet Dock, Clydebank, 26, 27
  • Thorneycroft, Mr. J. I., On Steadying Vessels at Sea, 297
  • Threatened Stoppage of the Collieries, 154, 195
  • “Trusty Engine,” The, 471
  • Thwaite, Mr., On the New Thomson Calorimeter 470
  • Thwaite Smoke Annihilator, The, 315
  • Tidal Rivers, Buoying and Lighting, Mr. W. H. Wheeler, 293, 355
  • Tides for Electric Lighting, The, 320
  • Timber, A Grand Piece of, 315
  • Tin Plate Rumours, 67
  • Tobacco-Cutting Machines ? 545
  • Tonge, Mr. J., on the Hopton Fan, 433
  • Torpedo, The Sims-Edison Electrical, 123, 150
  • Torpedo Boat, French, 72, 118
  • Torpedo Boats, The Vibration of, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 304
  • Torpedo Stations, Chart for, 91
  • Torpedoes, Controlled, 323
  • Tower Bridge North Pier, The, 125
  • Towler, Mr. Alfred, Air Pumps and Condensers for Steam Engines, 357, 414
  • Trade, Consular Assistance to British, 436
  • Trade of 1891, 53
  • Trade in France in 1891, 77
  • Trade, French Tariffs and, 436
  • Trade Position, The, 436
  • Tramcars, Electric, 474
  • Tramway on the Thames Embankment, Bill for a, 537
  • Tramway Traction, 250
  • Tramway Traction, The Cost of, 484
  • Tramways, Electric Traction on, 282
  • Transandine Railway, The, 154
  • Transatlantic Liners and Steamships, No. II, Mr. A. J. Maginnis, 74
  • Transport of Water in the United States of America, 451
  • Tremper Automatic Expansion Gear, The, 96
  • Trent Gas Engine, The, 540, 541
  • Trial of Patent Cases, 146
  • Triple-expansion Engines, Mr. W. J. Jenkins on the Economy of, 150
  • Triple - expansion Engines in the Mercantile Marine, 155
  • Triple Roller and Pug Mill for Paint Works, 27
  • Tropical Countries, Flood Outlets in, 51
  • Trotter, Mr. A. P., The Distribution and Measurement of Illumination, 428
  • “Trusts” and “ Futures,” 523
  • Trip Gear Engine, Compound, 361, 364
  • Tube, The “ Serve,” 283
  • Tube Welding, Electric Arc, 76
  • Tudhoe Ironworks, Spennymoor, 525
  • Tunnel Illumination, A New Method of, 345
  • Tunnels and Covered Way Sections, Professor A. C. Elliott on the Design of, 5
  • Turbine, Another Steam, 266
  • Turbines, Victor, at Appleton, Wisconsin, 339
  • Turkish Warship, Fire Engine for a, 504
  • Tweedie, General, his Bullet, 480
  • Twin-screw Pontoon, 47
  • Twin Screws, Overlapping, 178
  • ULKE, Mr. Titus, Cuprocassiterite, 229
  • Underground Conduits, The Johnson System of, 346, 372
  • Underground Electric Cable Conduits, 346, 372
  • Underground Locomotive, 497
  • Underground Railways in Paris, 72
  • Undermanning of the Indian Telegraph Department, The, 480
  • Union Steel Washer Company, Nut-lock Washer, 498
  • United States Naval Engineers, 481, 507, 527
  • United States, Navy of the, 43, 44, 61, 205, 206, 227, 228
  • United States Post Electric Company, Incorporation of the, 18
  • United States, Rolling Stock in the, 106
  • United States, Transport by Water in the, 451
  • University College, London, Projected Alterations and Additions, 193
  • University of Glasgow, Degrees Conferred at the, 441
  • Unwin, Professor W. C., on Petroleum Engines, 212
  • Uxbridge Waterworks, Trial of Cycle Gas Engines and Pumps, 128, 129
  • VALON, Mr., On the Use of Coke as a Means of Lessening Fog, 532
  • Value of Patents, The, 5, 48, 73
  • Valve, Kite’s Air-inlet, 359
  • Valve Motion and Governor, Messrs. Wells Bros., 540
  • Valves, Condenser, 441
  • Van der Weyde’s Electric Lamp, 262
  • Van der Weyde’s Studio and Electric Lighting Arrangement, 262
  • Vehicles, The Draught of, 117, 131, 178, 200, 233
  • Velocities, Measurement of, by Sound, 513
  • Venezuela, The Inter-Continental Railway, 316
  • Ventilation, Improvement in Stokehold, 135
  • Ventilation, Kite’s System of, 359
  • Vertical Lathe, Messrs. Hulse and Co., 296, 321
  • Vertical Milling and Profiling Machine, 73
  • Vertical Position of the Centre of Buoyancy, An Approximate Rule for, 314
  • Vertical Spindle Lathe, 321
  • Viaduct, Blachford Old, Great Western Railway, 522
  • Viaduct, One-span Slade New, Great Western Railway, 548
  • Viaducts in the World, Highest, 497
  • Vibration of Vessels, On Balancing Marine Engines and the, 298, 300, 304, 314
  • Vibration of Vessels, Balancing Marine Engines and the, 371, 441
  • Vibrometer, 302
  • Victor Turbines at Appleton, Wisconsin, The Stilwell and Bierce Manufacturing Company, 339
  • “Victoria,” Accident to the, 91
  • Victoria, The Railways of, 389
  • “Ville de Douvres,” Report upon the Trial of the, 381, 408, 412, 433
  • Vogelsang, Mr. Alexander, New Method of Hydraulic Propulsion, 305
  • Voltmeter, Hartmann and Brown’s, 385
  • Vulcan Fire Engine ? 71
  • Vulcan Fire Engine, Single-cylinder, 47
  • Vulcan Steam Fire Pump, The, 361
  • Vyrnwy Aqueduct Tunnel under the Mersey, The, 261
  • Vyrnwy Masonry Dam, Mr. J. E. Parker on the, 108
  • WAGES and Results in the Coal Trade, 387
  • Wages System of Payment, Mr. G. Liveseyonthe Failure of the, 437
  • Wagon, 10-ton Goods, 357
  • Wailes, Mr., on a New Form of Gas Valve for Siemens’ Furnace, 470
  • Wainfleet Haven Improvement, 405, 406
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 18, 38, 58, 80, 100, 120, 140, 162, 182, 202, 224, 244, 268, 290, 310, 330, 352, 374, 396, 420, 444, 464, 488, 510, 532, 554
  • Walker, Mr. Ernest G., The Gas Engine, 157
  • Walker, and Sons, Messrs. J. W., Electrical Organ Blower, 294
  • Walls, Retaining, 147, 193, 208
  • Walmsley and Smith, Messrs., Cost of Electric Lighting, 218
  • War Material, 15
  • War Material, The Duke of Cambridge on, 412
  • Ward’s Wreck Indicating Buoy, 193
  • Warning, A, 545
  • Warships, The New American, 306
  • Warships, Engines for 5, 44, 115, 130, 147, 170, 193
  • Warwick, The Royal Show at, 494, 526
  • Washer, The Union Nut-Lock, 498
  • Water Balance Lift? 9
  • Water Gauge Fittings, 131
  • Water Gauge Fittings for Steam Boilers, Mr. Harry Gray, 77
  • Water Powers, Remarkable, 532
  • Water Resources of London, The, 457
  • Water Supply, 16
  • Water Supply of Broken Hill, Australia, 381, 382, 386
  • Water Supply, Cheshunt, Herts, 418
  • Water Supply, London’s, 28, 44, 118
  • Water Supply in London, Constant, 392
  • Water for Supply, Methods of Collecting, 3
  • Water Tower at Worms, The New, 369
  • Waterloo Station, London and South-Western Railway, Alterations at, 438, 439
  • Watersheds, The Battle of the, 259
  • Watertight Bulkhead Doors, Mr. S. C. Sage, 150
  • Waterway Improvements on the Continent, 480
  • Waterways, Harbours and, 104, 362
  • Waterworks and Electric Power Station, Combined, 367
  • Waterworks, Teignmoutb, 452, 454
  • Waterworks, Uxbridge, 128, 129
  • Waterworks, Wenlock Lunatic Asylum, 379, 381, 382, 386
  • Watt Engine, A Small Condensing, 497
  • Webb, Mr. H., On Processes Connected with the Manufacture of Iron, 193
  • Weighing Machines, Mr. W. Airy on, 75
  • Welding, Electric, Mr. A. Driver on, 138
  • Well Cleaner, Wood’s, 543
  • Wells Bros., Messrs., Valve Motion and Governor, 540
  • Wenlock Lunatic Asylum Waterworks, 379, 381, 382, 386
  • Westminster Electric Supply Corporation, Plan of District Supplied by, 403, 410
  • Whaleback in a Gale, The, 345
  • Whaleback Steamers, Mr. F. C. Goodall on, 314
  • Wheel Moulding Machines ? 93
  • Wheeler, Mr. W. H., Buoying and Lighting Tidal Rivers, 293, 355
  • White, Mr. W. H., on Experiments with Basic Steel, 469
  • White, Mr. W. H., Notes on Recent Experience with some of H.M. Ships, 390, 313, 338
  • Wigham, Mr. J. R., A Giant Lighthouse Lens- Quadrilateral Arrangement, 349
  • Wilkinson, Mr. W. F., Gold Milling, 493
  • Willans, Mr. P. W., 458
  • William Murdock Memorial, The, 321
  • Williams, Mr. J. Evelyn, Wainfleet Haven and River Steeping Improvement, 405, 406
  • Williams and Co., Messrs. Alfred, Gold Medal Awarded to, for Artesian Well-boring Plant at the Jamaica Exhibition, 520
  • Wimbledon, Works for the Disposal of Sewage at, 283
  • Wind Power, 454
  • Wind Power, Electric Lighting by, 283
  • Winged Furnace, The Interchangeable, 97
  • Wingham, Mr. A., on a Slide Rule for Calculating Blast Furnace Changes, 470
  • Wilson’s Gas Oven and Reducing Grate, 370
  • Wire Ropes, The Protection of, 260
  • Wires, Telegraphing without, 147
  • Wood and Asphalte Paving, 435
  • Wood house and Rawson, Messrs., Exhibit at the Crystal Palace, 83, 186, 187
  • Woodruff, Mr. E. H., England’s Work in Egypt, 428
  • Wood’s Well Cleaner, 543
  • Wollheim, Mr. Albert, Foreign Sewage Precipitation Works, 529
  • Woolwich Arsensal and Private Manufacturers, 133, 153
  • Working Expenses of Small Motors, Comparative, 75
  • Worms, The New Water Tower, 369
  • Wreck Indicating Buoy, Ward’s, 193
  • Wright and Co., Messrs. Joseph, Improved Martin Anchor, 266
  • Wrought Iron in the Cupola, 508
  • YARROW, Mr. A. F., on Balancing Marine Engines and the Vibration of Vessels, 298, 300, 301, 302, 304, 314
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Gunboat for the French Government, 400
  • Yorkshire Coalfield, The, 546
  • Yorkshire Coalowners and their Contracts, 72
  • Yorkshire Coalowners and the Locomotive Contracts, The, 458
  • Yorkshire Coalowner to do ? What is the, 32
  • Yorkshire Locomotive Coal Contracts, 53
  • Yorkshire Miners and the Durham Strike, 389
  • Young’s Bolt Forcer, 497
  • “ZARIA,” Triple-expansion Engines, Steam Yacht, 258, 264, 280
  • Zeiss, Mr. Carl, Photomicrographic Apparatus, 348


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