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The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.

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  • 1893, 11
  • Abstract Science and Engineering, Interdependence of, 377, 404, 479
  • Abstracts of Consular and Diplomatic Reports, 48, 273
  • Accidents, Industrial and other, 147
  • Accumulator, The, and Mr. E. A. Cowper, 429, 507
  • Action of Gravity, The, 479
  • Adamson, Mr. J., A Century’s Progress in Shipping and Shipbuilding, 122
  • Adlard, Mr., Submarine Vessels, 204
  • Admiral Dent, Presentation to, 81
  • Admiralty Commission on Boilers in the Navy, The, 190
  • Admiralty Experiments on Boilers, 279
  • Admiralty Ferrules, 338, 357
  • Admiralty and the “Howe,” The, 189
  • Admiralty Programme, The New, 229
  • Aeroplane, Maxim’s, 226
  • Afonasieff’s Formulae for Solving Approximately various Problems connected with the Propulsion of Ships, Captain Goulaeff, 265, 326
  • Air Compressor, Alien’s, 73
  • Air Compressor, Compound Non-condensing, Messrs. Thos. Larmuth and Co., 121
  • Akers Mek. Vaerksted, The, Triple-expansion Engines for the Polar Ship “Fram,” 246, 252
  • Alkali and Bleach, Electrolytic, 116
  • Allen and Co., Messrs. W. H., Pumping Engines for New Commercial Graving Dock, Barry, South Wales (Supplement, January 13th, 1893), 30
  • Alien’s Portable Air Compressor, Liverpool Overhead Electrical Railway, 73
  • Allis and Co., Messrs., Corliss Engine, Chicago Exhibition, 565
  • “Alloys,” Professor Chandler Roberts-Austen’s Lectures on, 195
  • Alternator, 10,000 Volt, Chicago Exhibition, 565
  • Alternator, Small Westinghouse, Chicago Exhibition, 568
  • Aluminium, The Development of the Use of, 461
  • Aluminium, Soldering, 104, 580
  • Amberley-road Electric Lighting Station, 522— 525
  • Am Ende, Max, Theory of a Parabolic Arch with Three Pivots, 307, 418
  • America, Improved Trade with, 60
  • American Engineering News, 38, 64, 110, 152, 196, 238, 262, 301, 325, 368, 392, 434, 479, 502, 526, 554
  • American Engines in New Zealand, 91
  • American and English Baggage Systems, 101
  • American Guns, High Power, 62
  • American Nickel Harveyed Plate Trial, 286
  • American Notes, 2, 41, 89, 112, 154, 198, 240, 263, 283, 351, 415, 437, 459, 505, 531, 585
  • American Patents, 411
  • American Railways and English Coal Traffic, 383
  • Amos, Mr. E. C., Machine Tools, 142
  • Analyses of English Tests, 493, 496, 513, 573, 574
  • Anchoring Bolts in Stone, 350
  • “Ancient Myth and Late Romance,” Sir Herbert Maxwell, 324
  • Anderson, Dr. William, Interdependence of Abstract Science and Engineering, 377, 404, 479
  • Anderton, Mr. John, Lantern Stereoscope, 487
  • Andrews, Mr. Charles, 246
  • Andrew’s “Stockport” Self-starter, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 577
  • Aneroid, The Corry Protected, 488
  • Anglo-American Patents, 280
  • Appleton, Mr. Thos., Sapless Cedar Block Paving, 150
  • Arc Light Dynamo, High Tension, Chicago Exhibition, 569
  • Arch with Three Pivots, Theory of a Parabolic, 307
  • Arculus and Warry, Messrs., Apparatus for Transferring Mails and Baggage, 343, 344
  • Argentine, 334, 373, 439
  • Argentine Cruiser “9 de Julio,” The, 142, 145
  • Armature, High Tension, Chicago Exhibition, 569
  • Armour and its Attack, Official Text-book on, 521
  • Armour Plate Trials, Russian, 256
  • Armour Question Puzzles, 519
  • Armour, Shells v. Hard-faced, 76
  • Armoured Cruiser “Brooklyn,” United States Navy, 158
  • Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., Messrs., the “9 de Julio,” 142, 145
  • Arrester, Air Blaze, Chicago Exhibition, 571
  • Arrester, Non-arcing Station, Chicago Exhibition, 569, 570
  • Arrester, Keystone, Chicago Exhibition, 571
  • Arrester, Tank, Chicago Exhibition, 571
  • Asphalte Flooring, Bastard, 321
  • Asphaltic Concrete Material, New, 321
  • Aspinall, Mr. J. A. F., Express Passenger Engine, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway (Supplements, April 21st, 1893)
  • Assistant County Surveyors in Ireland, 147
  • Association for the Advancement of Science, The British (see British Association), 268
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH IRON TRADE
  • - Papers to be Read at the Conference, June 29th, 447
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, THE LEEDS:—
  • - Mechanical Efficiency of Prime Movers, Mr. S. H. Wells, 437
  • - Use of Lines in Engineering Work, Mr. Wilson Hartnell, 121
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, THE MANCHESTER:-
  • - Capital and Labour in Relation to Engineering, by the New President, Mr. T. Daniels, 96
  • - Thirty-seventh Anniversary Dinner, 152
  • ASSOCIATION OF FOREMEN ENGINEERS AND DRAUGHTSMEN, THE LONDON, 230, 373
  • - Brown, Mr. James, Mr. W. T. Coates’ Sketch of his History, 230
  • - Commercial Colour Printing, Mr. John E. Reid, 437
  • - Leather Belting, Mr. W. T. Coates, 146
  • - Progress, Mr. F. T. Garnish, 52
  • - Usual Monthly Meeting, 531
  • ASSOCIATION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, THE BIRMINGHAM, 56
  • - Annual Meeting, 129
  • - Chains and Chain Testing, Mr. C. Taylor, 356
  • - Construction of Weighing Machines, Mr, G. W. Davis, 456
  • - Half-yearly Meeting, 504
  • - Third Annual Dinner, 177
  • - Visit to Lichfield, 577
  • - Visit to Messrs. Tansley and Haines, 368
  • Association of Municipal and County Engineers, The Incorporated, 360
  • Atlantic Ferry, The, 268
  • Atlantic Racing, 8
  • Atmosphere, Professor Dewar on the, 432
  • Australian Engineering Notes, 110, 238, 434, 480, 554
  • Australasian Colonies, Engineering Prospects in the, 1
  • Automatic Revolving Sprinkler, Edwards’, 367
  • Aveling and Porter’s Compound Road Roller, 536
  • BALANCING Railway Carriage Wheels, 101
  • Balata ? 341
  • Baldwin Narrow-gauge Express Engine, 91
  • Balloon Signalling, Electric, 105
  • Baltore Glacier, Kashmir, Mr. W. M. Conway’s Photographs of the, 488
  • Band Saws for Cold Steel, 476
  • Barbette Battleship “ Sinope,” The Russian, 273, 274
  • Barker, Mr. John H., Lessons Learnt at Sea by a Marine Engineer, 424
  • Barry Dock, South Wales, New Commercial, Pumping Engines (Supplement, January 13th, 1893), 30
  • Barry, Mr. John Wolfe, London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, Shortlands and Nunhead Line (Supplement, February 17th, 1893), 139, 140, 141
  • Basic or Thomas Gilchrist Process, Progress of, during the Twelve Months ending December 31st, 1892, 195
  • Bastard Asphalte Flooring, 321
  • Batavia Exhibition, The, 150, 411
  • Bate, Mr. A. H., On the Electric Lighting of Ships, 256
  • Bath and West of England Show, Visitors at, 498
  • Battleship “Indiana,” United States Naw. 225 231
  • Battleship “Iowa,” United States Navy, 194
  • Battersea Bridge, 131, 161, 268
  • Battersea New Bridge, 268
  • Bauer’s Tube Expander, 107
  • Bearing of Recent Plate Trials on Future War fare, 253
  • Bearings, Main, The Best Design for, 329
  • Bearings, Roller and Ball, 309
  • Beck, Messrs. R. and J., Photographic Camera, 325
  • Belfast, Steam Fire Engine for, 514, 515
  • Belgian Mail Steamship “ Leopold II.,” 311
  • Belgian State Railway and Mail Packet Service, The, 483
  • Bellingham and Wark, Sewerage of, 304
  • Belting, Leather, Mr. W. T. Coates, 146
  • Bercbam’s Pump Valves, 410
  • Berlin Waterworks, 468
  • Bertrand, Mr. Marcel, Correlation of the Coalfields of North France and South England, 500
  • Baton Foundations, An Expedient in, 375
  • Beyer, Peacock, and Co., Messrs., Express Locomotive, New South Wales Government Railways, 128
  • Bidwell, Mr. Shelford, Fogs, Cloud, and Lightning, 463
  • Bidwell? Mr. Shelford, Some Meteorological Problems, 280
  • Binns, Mr. Geo. J., Mining in New Zealand, 499
  • Blackpool, Sand Shield at, 476
  • Blake’s Bridge, Reading, Mr. Edmund Burrows, 378
  • Blears, Mr. Thos., Tool-holders and Circular Cutting Tools, 302
  • Blowing Engines, The Compounding of, 346
  • Blowing Engines, Large, Luxemburg Blast Furnaces, The Cockerill Company, 414, 426, 432, 440, 441, 464
  • Board of Trade and Channel Steamers, The, 385
  • Board of Trade Rules—Transformers, 582
  • Bogies, Ancient and Modern, 477
  • Boilers, Admiralty Experiments on, 279
  • Boilers, some Alterations of Form to which they are Subject when under Working Conditions, Mr. T. J. Milton, 266
  • Boiler, Furnace-cased, Roots’, 299
  • Boiler House, London Hydraulic Power Company’s Station, Deptford, 51
  • Boilers for Land Use, Mr. Clement Hovey on Practical Work in the Construction of, 280
  • Boilers, Light Marine, 295
  • Boilers, Marine, Necessity of and Means for Maintaining the Purity of the Water in, Mr. J. B. Edmiston, 89
  • Boilers in the Navy, The Admiralty Commission on, 190
  • Boilers, The New Railway Rates and, 29
  • Boiler Preservation, New Process for, 255
  • Boilers, Report of the Navy Committee on, 417
  • Boilers, Stay Tubes in Marine, 34
  • Boilers, Water Tube, 289, 317, 347
  • Boilers, Water Tube Steam, Mr. H. Fraser on, 25
  • Bolton Town Council and a New Park in the Borough, The, 96
  • “Bonaventure,” H.M.S., 30
  • Bone Digesters ? 189
  • Bone-sawing Machines, 147
  • Books Received, 57, 80, 212, 255, 297, 365, 387, 409, 428, 451, 521
  • Booth and Co., Messrs., Crank Pin Turning Machine, 117
  • Borers, Submarine, Mr. W. H. Preece, 488
  • Borings and Turnings ? Melting, 545
  • Borough Market, The, 346
  • Bosphorus, Bridging the, 179, 185
  • Bovel, M., Towing by Magnetic Adhesion, 420, 422
  • Bowen, Lord Justice, on Popular Education, 55
  • Boyer Railway Speed Recorder, The, 430
  • Boys, Mr. C. V., on the Drawing of Curves by their Curvatures, 456
  • Brain Lesion by “ Centre Coup,” 251, 289, 317, 348
  • Braithwaite and Kirk’s Bridge Floors, 204
  • Bramwell, Sir Frederick, his Inaugural Address, Goldsmith’s Engineering Society, 209
  • Brassey, Lord, on Merchant Cruisers, Considered with Reference to the Policy of Maintaining a Reserve of Vessels by Annual Subvention to Shipowners, 243
  • Brick v. Iron Chimney, 38
  • Brick and Tile Machine, Buchanan’s Semi-dry, 163, 164
  • Brick and Tile Press, Pullan and Mann’s, 106
  • Bridge, Bascule Spans of the Tower, 400
  • Bridge, Battersea, 161
  • Bridge, Battersea New, 268
  • Bridges, Cantilever Combination, 295
  • Bridge, Combination, Oregon, The California Bridge Company, 290, 291, 298, 299
  • Bridge Floors, Steel, Braithwaite and Kirk’s, 204
  • Bridges on the Manchester Ship Canal, 380, 387, 406, 412, 465, 468
  • Bridge, The Proposed Channel, 85
  • Bridge, Reading, Blake’s, 378
  • Bridges, Roadways of Suspension, 225
  • Bridge in Servia, Failure of a, 423
  • Bridge at Stakeford, Proposed, 433
  • Bridges, Vauxhall and Lambeth, 311, 314
  • Bridging the Bosphorus, 179, 185
  • Bridgman’s Automatic Ore Sampling Machine, 35
  • “Brilliant,” The New Second-class Cruiser, 289
  • Bristol Channel and Worcester Navigation, 56
  • BRITISH ASSOCIATION, THE
  • - Presidents of the Different Sections for the Nottingham Meeting of, 268
  • British Columbia, Engineering Prospects in, 520
  • British Iron and Steel, Stamping, 530
  • British Machinery Abroad, 516
  • British Machinists Victorious in America, 168
  • British Trade in 1893, 320
  • British Trade, Four Months of, 408
  • Buchanan’s Semi-dry Brick and Tile Machine, 163, 164
  • Buckton and Co., Messrs. Joshua, Planing Machine, 162
  • Building Exhibition, The—see Exhibition, The Building, 259
  • Building Stones, The Action of Frost upon, 233
  • Bulkheads, On the Strength of, Dr. Elgar, 244, 265
  • Bumsted and Chandler’s Mine Ventilating Fan and Engines, 61, 62
  • Burrell and Co., Messrs., Compound Traction Engines, 537
  • Burrows, Mr. Edmund, On Blake’s Bridge, Reading, 378
  • Bronze Screw-propellers, 450
  • Brooke’s Friction Clutch, 163
  • “Brooklyn,” United States Navy, Armoured Cruiser, 158
  • Brotherhood and Co., Messrs., Electric Light Machinery, H. M. Grafton, 564
  • Brown, Marshall, and Co., Messrs., Carriages Liverpool Overhead Railway, 119, 120
  • Browne, Captain Orde, Official Text-book on Armour and its Attack, 521
  • Bruce, Mr. Eric Stuart, on Electric Balloon Signalling, 105
  • Brunel's Pocket Line to Eeseue the Drowning, 101
  • Brush Carrier, High-tension, Chicago Exhibition, 568
  • Brussels, Water Supply of, 235
  • Building Exhibition—see Exhibition, Building
  • Byrne’s Friction Clutch, 59
  • CABLE to Australia, New, 35
  • Cable Railway Ropes, Service of, 367
  • California Bridge Company, The, Combination Bridge over the North Umpqua River, Oregon, 290, 291, 298, 299
  • Calorimetric Determination of Coal, 300
  • Calvert, Mr. Geo. A., on Measuring Wake Currents, 244
  • Calvert, Mr. H., on Foreign Grain Drying Patents, 248
  • Camera Club, The, 270
  • Cammell Plate, 256
  • “Campania,” The Cunard Company's s.s., 78, 81, 202, 203, 236, 246, 289, 342, 428, 456
  • “Campania’s” Rudder, The, 149
  • “Camperdown,” H.M.S., 559, 561
  • Canadian Plumbago, 29
  • Canadian Walking Stick Insects Hatched in the Zoological Gardens, 488
  • Canal from Bordeaux to Narbonne, Proposed, 270
  • Canal, Manchester Ship—see Manchester Ship Canal
  • Canals, Ship, 427
  • Canet Guns and Fittings, New, 98
  • Cantilever Combination Bridges, 295
  • Canting Saw Table, Whibley’s, 260
  • Capell Fan, Experiments upon a Wardell Fan and a, 182
  • Capital and Labour in Relation to Engineering, Mr. Thos. Daniels on, 96
  • Carey, Mr. Robert, Hydraulic Lifts, 502
  • Cargo Freights to the East, 275
  • Carnot's Function of the Temperature, 391, 411, 421, 470, 493, 513
  • Carpet Beating Machinery ? 79
  • Carpmael, Mr. Alfred, 105
  • Carriage Warming, Mr. H. Pollitt, 121
  • Carrick, Mr. Sam, 552
  • Carving Machine, The Seaman, 423
  • Case, Mr. A. H., On the Foreshore Protection Works at Hastings, 109
  • Casting, A Large, 195
  • Catalogues, 151, 174, 182, 528
  • Catalogues, Copyright in, 371
  • Caulker, Ross’s Pneumatic, 315
  • Cellulose Coverings for Bottles, 545
  • Cement Mills and Kilns ? 473
  • Centrifugal Emery Grinding Machines, 235
  • Centrifugal Pumps in Series, 270
  • Chains and Chain Testing, Mr. C. Taylor, 356
  • Chamber of Arbitration, Guildhall, London, 535
  • Channel Bridge, The Proposed, 85
  • Cheap Gas Making Processes, 168
  • “Chelmsford,” The New Passenger Steamer, 476
  • Chemical and Engineering Industries and Education, 433
  • Chemical Industry, 16
  • CHICAGO EXHIBITION, 1893, The, 1, 57, 190, 191, 385, 408, 473, 485, 507
  • - Alternator, 10,000-volt, 565
  • - Armature, High-tension, 569, 570
  • - Arrester, Keystone, 571
  • - Arrester, Air Blaze, 571
  • - Arrester, Tank, 571
  • - Brush Carrier, High Tension, 568
  • - California State Building, 159
  • - “Christopher Columbus,” The Whaleback Steamer, 511
  • - Commutator, High-tension, 568
  • - Compressed Air Distribution in, 227
  • - Corliss Engine, by Messrs. Allis and Co., 565
  • - Cost of Exhibition Buildings, 328
  • - Cost of Steam Power at, 561
  • - Dairy Building, The, 192
  • - Dynamo, High-tension Arc Light, 569
  • - Edison Tower of Light, 533
  • - Electric Cables, 570, 571
  • - Electrical Building, The, 1, 7
  • - Electrical Engineering at, 507, 533, 565
  • - Electrical Section, Official Emblem adopted by the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 485
  • - Entrance Gateway, 485
  • - Erecting the Main Arches, Manufactures Building, 1, 10
  • - Fort Wayne Electric Company’s Exhibit, 533
  • - Illinois State Building, 159
  • - Influence of, 190
  • - International Engineering Congress at, 60
  • - Jury System and the, 495
  • - Kite Emblem, Explanation of the, Adopted by the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 485
  • - Machinery Hall, 562, 566, 567
  • - Manufactures Building, by E. E. Russell Tratman, 2
  • - Mechanical Engineering at, 562
  • - Mining Building, The, 54, 57
  • - Pump House, 249
  • - Pumping Engine, Horizontal High Duty, 249
  • - Transportation Building, The, 1, 7, 54, 57
  • - Twenty-horse Power Oil Engine, Messrs. Wey- man and Hitchcock, 469
  • - Washington Park Site, 486
  • - Water Supply, 249, 255
  • - Westinghouse Alternator, Small, 568
  • - Westinghouse Dynamos and Engines, 565
  • - Westinghouse Exciter, 568
  • - Women’s Building, The, 192
  • Chimneys Widening Upwards ? 295
  • “Christopher Columbus,” The, Chicago Exhibition, 511
  • Church, Professor A. H., Turacin, an Animal Pigment containing Copper, 158
  • Cigarette-making Machines, 319
  • Civil Engineering, 11
  • Clark and Standfield, Messrs., the Flensburg Offshore Floating Dock, 270
  • Clausius, The Four Thermodynamic Relations of, 160
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., Doublecylinder Traction Engine, 540
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., Portable Engine Fitted for Liquid Fuel on Holden’s System, 541
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., “Trusty” Oil Engine, 549
  • Clerk Lanchester Gas Engine Starter, The, 350
  • Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Company, Darlington, Retirement of Mr. C. E. Hawley, 129
  • Clip for Incline Ropes, 499
  • Cloud Forms, Mr. F. Gaster on a New Classification of, 424
  • Clowes, Professor, on the Detection and Estimation of Fire Damp in Mines, 182
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, 496
  • Coal, Calorimetric Determination of, 300
  • Coal and Coke Conveyors for Retort Houses and Coal Stores, 170, 171, 172
  • Coal Dust, Mr. H. R. Hewitt on a New Method of Laying, 182
  • Coal Exports, Growth of Our, 520
  • Coalfield, the Impending Crisis in the, 148
  • Coalfield, Crisis in the, 574
  • Coalfields of North of France and South of England , M. Marcel Bertrand on the Correlation of the, 500
  • Coal and Iron, 497
  • Coal Problem, The, 428
  • Coal, Railway Companies and the Supplies of Locomotive, 497
  • Coal Tip, Movable Hydraulic, Barry Dock, South Wales, 478
  • Coal Winning, Important New, 81
  • Coates, Mr. W. T., Leather Belting, 146
  • Cobb, Mr., On Turbines, 251
  • Cockatoo Island, Caisson, Graving Dock, 6, 9
  • Cockerill Company, The, Large Blowing Engines, Luxemburg Blast Furnaces, 426, 432, 440, 441, 444, 464
  • Cogged v. Hammered Steel, 359
  • Cole, Mr. H. A. B., On Working Triple-expansion Engines as Compounds, 292
  • Coligny Railway Carriage Roof Gas Lamp, 227
  • Collins, Mr., Fire Setting, The Art of Mining by Fire, 500
  • Collins, Mr. H. F., Smelting Process for the Extraction of Silver and Gold from their Ores,. 129
  • Colombia and Ecuador, Roads in, 417
  • Colombo Harbour, The Entrance to, 189
  • Colour Printing, Commercial, Mr. John E. Reid, 437
  • Columbian Exposition, Chicago, International Engineering Congress, 551
  • Columbus, Cost of the Discovery of America by, 455
  • Comb Machinery? Toilet, 519
  • “Compactum ” Evaporator and Distiller, Messrs- John Kirkaldy, 258
  • Complication in Gunnery, 103
  • Compound Locomotives, 187
  • Compound Marine Engines, 364
  • Compound Surface-condensing Engine, 514, 518
  • Compounding of Blowing Engines, The, 346
  • Commutator, High-tension, Chicago Exhibition, 568
  • Compressed Air Distribution in Chicago, 227
  • Condensation, Cylinder, 289, 420, 551
  • Condensation of Steam in Steam Engines, 354
  • Condenser, The Ejector, 453
  • Condenser Tubes, Mudd’s Arrangement of, 248
  • Condensing Engine, Trial of a Triple-expansion 382
  • Condensing Engines, Triple-expansion, Messrs. Plenty and Co., 99
  • Condensing Plant, London Electric Supply Corporation (Supplement, May 12th, 1893), 397, 398
  • Conduit for Cable Railway, Shallow, 412
  • Conradi’s Rail Cleaning Apparatus, 498, 499
  • Constructive Iron Tests in France, 497
  • Continental Engineering Competition, 104
  • Conversazione of the Royal Society, Exhibits at, 400, 487
  • Conveying Machinery, Coventry Gas-works, Coal and Coke, 170, 171, 172
  • Conveyors, 229
  • Conveyor Plant, Pneumatic, 498
  • Conway, Mr. W. M., Photographs of the Baltore Glacier, 488
  • Cooper, Mr. Thos., Digging Machine, 539
  • Copper for Fire-boxes, 385, 411
  • Copper, Turacin, An Animal Pigment containing 158
  • Copyright in Catalogues, 371
  • Cordite, 126
  • Cork Paint ? 11
  • Corliss Engine by Messrs. Allis and Co., Chicago Exhibition, 565, 570, 571
  • Corliss Engines, 3000-H.P., Triple-expansion, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., 289, 294, 319, 325, 362
  • Corry Protected Aneroid, 488
  • Cossal Colliery, Ventilating Fan and Engines, 61, 62
  • Cost of the Chicago Exhibition Buildings, 328
  • Cost of Steam Power at Chicago, 561
  • Cotton Ropes, 575
  • County Surveyorships, Ireland, 551, 575
  • A Court, Mr. Sydney, Gas v. Electricity for Illuminating Purposes, 30
  • Coventry ~Gas Works, Conveying Machinery, 170, 171, 172
  • Cowper, Mr. E. A., and the Accumulator, 429, 507
  • Crane, Duplex Hydraulic, 441, 448
  • Crane, 130-ton, Glasgow Harbour, 487
  • Crane, Hydraulic Coke-stacking, Saltley Gas works, Birmingham, 399, 402
  • Crank-pin Turning Lathes, 161, 187
  • Crank-pin Turning Machine, Messrs. Booth and Co., 117
  • “Crescent,” Trial of H.M.S., 455
  • Crisis in the Coalfield, 574
  • Crosland, Mr. J. F. L., Trial of a Triple-expansion Condensing Engine, 382
  • Crossley Bros., Messrs., 4-Horse Power Oil Engine, 548, 575
  • Crossley’s Otto Gas Engine, 576
  • Cruiser “Brooklyn,” Armoured, 158
  • Cruiser, “Dimitri Donskoi,” Russian Navy 472, 475
  • Cruiser “Geiser,” Trials of D.R.N., 48
  • Cruiser “Grafton,” First-class, 563, 564
  • Cruisers, Lord Brassey on Merchant, 243
  • Cruisers in Naval Warfare, Rear-Admiral Long on the Present Position of, 243
  • Crutchley, Lieut., on Modern Warfare as Affect- PJg the Mercantile Marine of Great Britain, 168
  • Crystal Palace Photographic Exhibition, The, 325 (see also Exhibition, Crustal Palace Photographic)
  • Cunard Company's s.s. “Campania,” the Fairfield Co., 78, 81
  • Cunard Company’s s.s. “Umbria," The Thrust Shaft of the, 9
  • Cunard s.s. Co., History of the, 180, 181, 182, 215, 234
  • Curves by their Curvatures, On the Drawing of, 456
  • Curves of Stability, Approximate, 292
  • Cycle in France, The, 535
  • Cyclogram, Mr. F. Edwards on the, 292
  • Cylinder Condensation, 289, 420, 551
  • DAIMLER Petrol Motor, Fixed and Portable, 322
  • Daniels, Mr. Thomas, on Capital and Labour in Relation to Engineering, 96
  • Dash-pots on Governors, 551
  • Dassen Island Lighthouse, 447
  • Davey’s Triple-expansion Pumping Engine, 26, 31, 76, 109
  • Davis, Mr. G. W., on the Construction of Weighing Machines, 456
  • Denny and Bros., Messrs. W., Belgian Mail s.s. “Leopold IL,” 311
  • Dent, Admiral, Presentation to, 81
  • Deptford Electric Light Station, 235-Unit Ferranti Dynamo, 94
  • Derbyshire Railway, Another Proposed, 297
  • De Ritter, Mr. W., Feed-water Heaters, 257
  • Desulphurising Iron and Steel, Saniter’s Process for, 375
  • Dewar, Professor James, on the Liquefaction of Air, 83, 432, 451
  • Digging Machine, Mr. Thomas Cooper, 539
  • “Dimitri Donskoi,” The, 472, 475
  • Dining Cars on the Midland Railway, 552
  • Dining Saloons, First and Third-class, East Coast Dining and Corridor Trains, 579, 580
  • Dixon, Professor H. B., on the Rate of Explosion in Gases, 151
  • Dock, The Flensburg Off-shore Floating, 270
  • Dock Gates, Mr. John Thompson, 409
  • Dock, Graving, Cockatoo Island, 6, 9
  • Docks, The Southampton, 213, 214
  • Doctrine of Idleness, The, 168
  • Donkin, Mr. B., Condensation of Steam in Steam Engines, 354
  • Dover, New Promenade Pier at, 451
  • Double-geared Brass Finisher’s Lathe, Messrs. Scott Bros., 60
  • Downton College of Agriculture, Salisbury, 312
  • Dowson, Mr. Emerson, on Gas Power for Electric Lighting, 37
  • Dowson’s and other Gas Engines, 38
  • Drainage of Margate, The Main, 61
  • Drainage of the Valley of Mexico, 224
  • Draughtometer, The, 312
  • Drawing Pen, Injector Reservoir, 259
  • Dredging, Mr. W. H. Wheeler, 137, 285, 353, 397
  • Dredging, 137, 285, 353, 397, 501
  • Drilling Machine, Rifle Barrel, 491
  • Drowning, Pocket Line to Rescue the, 101
  • Droylsden Sewage Disposal Scheme, 395
  • Drury, Mr. A. G., Shortlands and Nunhead Railway (Supplement, February 17 th), 139, 140, 141
  • Drying Grains, 275
  • Dumont, M., Centrifugal Pumps in Series, 270
  • Dundee Wages Dispute, The, 408
  • Duplex Boiler Feed Pump, 476
  • Duplex Hydraulic Crane, 441, 448
  • Durston, Mr. A. J., on Heat Transmission through Tube Plates, 277
  • Dynamics, Professor O. J. Lodge on the Foundations of, 456
  • Dynamics of Gravity, The, 186
  • Dynamos, &c., The Fort Wayne Electric Company’s, Chicago, 534, 535
  • Dynamo, High-tension Arc Light, Chicago Exhibition, 569
  • Dynamo, Kapp Alternating, 522
  • Dynamo, 235-Unit Ferranti, Deptford Electric Light Station, 94
  • Dynamos and Engines, Westinghouse, Chicago Exhibition, 565
  • EARLY Railway Tickets, 289, 326, 348
  • Earth Pulsation and Mine Gas, Professor John Milne, 500
  • East Coast Dining Car Trains, The, 579, 580
  • Easton andJAnderson, Messrs., Electrical Pumping Plant, 409
  • Easton and Anderson, Messrs., The Grafton High-speed Engine, 366
  • Easton and Anderson, Messrs., Graving Dock, Cockatoo Island, Caisson, 6, 9
  • Eclipse Company, The Joint, Photographs Exhi¬bited at the Royal Society, 488
  • Economy of Forced Draught, The, 146, 160, 208, 228, 251
  • Edmiston, Mr. J. B., on the Necessity of and Means for Maintaining the Purity of Water in Marine Boilers, 89
  • Edser, Mr. Edwin, Apparatus to Illustrate Mickel¬son’s Method of Producing Interference Bands, 488
  • Education, Popular, 55
  • Edwards, Mr. F., on the Cyclogram, 292
  • Edward’s Ash Washing, 67
  • Edward’s Automatic Revolving Sprinkler, 367
  • Efficiency of Steam Engines, The, 234
  • Egypt, 546
  • Ejector Condenser, The, 453
  • Electric Balloon Signalling, Mr. Eric Stuart Bruce, 105
  • Electric and Cable Traction, 447
  • Electric Cables, Chicago Exhibition, 570, 571
  • Electric Construction Corporation, High-tension Continuous Current Switch Gear, 271
  • Electric Construction Corporation, The, The Liverpool Overhead Railway, 118, 121, 124
  • Electric Cooking and Heating, 479
  • Electric Deck-planing Machine, Sutherland’s, 315
  • Electric Distribution for Marine Purposes, Practical Notes on, 163
  • Electric Engineering, 14
  • Electric Engineering at the Chicago Exhibition, 507, 533, 565, 570, 571
  • Electric Light Works, Action brought Against, by a Club, 571
  • Electric Lighting, Cheapened, 148
  • Electric Lighting of the Ealing District, Proposed, 235
  • Electric Lighting, Gas Power for, 37
  • Electric Lighting in London, 204, 522, 523, 524, 525
  • Electric Lighting of Ships, Mr. A. H. Bate on the, 256
  • Electric Locomotive, The Heilmann, 551
  • Electric Locomotives in France, 151
  • Electric Motors, Application of Small, Messrs. Douglas and Arthur Heap, 151
  • Electric Overhead Tramway, South Staffordshire, 9
  • Electric Power Transmission, Long Distance, 81
  • Electric Pumping Plant, Messrs. Easton and Anderson, 409
  • Electric Railway, Liverpool Overhead, 70, 76, 118, 119, 120, 121, 124, 151, 217, 366, 358
  • Electric Railways, Dr. Edw. Hopkinson on, 146, 217
  • Electric Railways in the United States, 316
  • Electric Science, Mr. A. Siemens, 151
  • Electric Traction, Mr. F. B. Lea on “The Possibilities of High-speed,” 282
  • Electric Traction Powers, The Parliamentary Committee on, 581
  • Electric Traction Powers, Parliamentary Committee on, 547
  • Electric Transmission of Power from the Susquehanna Falls to Seattle, Washington, 437
  • “Electrician” Electrical Trades Directory and Handbook, 259
  • Electricity Applied to Chemistry, Mr. Jas. Swinburne on, 390
  • Electricity in Churches, 150
  • Electricity Meter, Messrs. Reckenzaun and Binswanger, 410
  • Electricity in the United States, 23
  • Electrolytic Alkali and Bleach, 116
  • Electrolytic Copper Deposits Exhibited by Mr. J. W. Swan, 487
  • Electrophone, The, 521
  • Elements of Yacht Design, Mr. J. S. Highfield, 195
  • Elgar, Dr., on the Strength of Bulkheads, 244, 265
  • Eiland, Drainage and Sewage of, 421
  • Elliott, Sir George, on the Past and Present Position of Mining and Miners, 500
  • Ellis, Mr. W., Mean Daily Maximum and Minimum Temperature at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, 424
  • Ellis-Tresidder Plate, 256
  • Elswick High Velocity Trial, 81
  • Emigration Prospects, 4
  • “Empress of India,” Trials of H.M.S., 412
  • Engine, Baldwin Narrow Gauge Express, 91
  • Engine, Corliss, by Messrs. Allis and Co., Chicago Exhibition, 565
  • Engines with Compound Cylinder, Messrs. Foden and Sons, 538
  • Engine, Compound Horizontal, 514, 518
  • Engines, Compound Marine, 364
  • Engine, Compound Surface-condensing, 514, 518
  • Engines, Compound Traction, Messrs. Burrell and Co., 537
  • Engines, The Compounding of Blowing, 346
  • Engines, Condensation of Steam in Steam, 354
  • Engines, Condensing, 99, 382
  • Engine Construction for Paddle-wheel Steamers, Latest, 378
  • Engine, District Gas, Sewage Pumping Plant, Reading, 433
  • Engine, Double-cylinder Traction, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, 540
  • Engine and Dynamo, Test of an, 452
  • Engines and Dynamos, Westinghouse, Chicago Exhibition, 565, 570, 571
  • Engine and Dynamo, Yorkshire House-to-House Company, Messrs. J. Fowler and Co., 403
  • Engines, The Efficiency of Steam, 234
  • Engine, Express Passenger, Mr. J. A. F. Aspinall, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway (Supplements, April 21st, 1893)
  • Engine Foundations in a Tall Building, 469
  • Engine, Gas, Crossley’s Otto, 576
  • Engine, Gas, Fielding and Platt’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 577
  • Engine, Gas, 86-Horse Power, Messrs. Robey and Co., 544, 550
  • Engines, Gas and Steam, 470
  • Engine, Gas, Tangye’s, 576
  • Engines, Gas v. Steam Power, 431
  • Engines at the Generating Station, Liverpool Overhead Railway, 358, 366
  • Engine, The Grafton High-speed, 366
  • Engines, Heating Surface in Locomotive, 103
  • Engines, High-pressure Compound, 289, 492
  • Engines, Large Blowing, Luxemburg Blast Furnaces, the Cockerill Company, 426, 432, 440, 441, 444, 464
  • Engines, Large Gas, and Steam, 470
  • Engine Launch, Oil, 551
  • Engines of the “Mayflower,” New Fall River Boat, 378
  • Engines, 5000-Horse Power Mill, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., 486
  • Engines in New Zealand, American, 91
  • Engines, Non-reversible, Screw Propulsion with, 268
  • Engine Oil, Messrs. Crossley Brothers, 548, 575
  • Engines, Oil, Is a Distinctive Name Wanted ? 513
  • Engine, Oil, 20-Horse, 469, 513
  • Engines, Oil and Gas, at the Royal Agricultural Show, 548, 549, 575, 576, 577
  • Engine, The Palatine Gas, 29
  • Engine, Portable, Fitted for Liquid Fuel on Holden’s System, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, 541
  • Engine, Portable, with Plate Steel Saddles, Messrs. Ruston and Proctor, 541
  • Engine, Priestman’s Petroleum, 367
  • Engines, Pumping, Graving Dock, Barry, South Wales (Supplement, January 13th, 1893), 30
  • Engines and Pumps, Hydraulic, (Supplement, January 20th, 1893), 46, 47
  • Engines, Quadruple-expansion, 102, 105, 163, 166
  • Engines, Quadruple - expansion, s.s. “Fonar,” 102, 105
  • Engine, The Rocket Petroleum, 388
  • Engine, Root’s Oil, 257
  • Engines of the “Sappho” and “Scylla,” (Supplement, March 3rd, 1893), 184, 188
  • Engines, Spring Traction, Messrs. Fowler and Co., 538
  • Engine Starter, The Clerk Lanchester Gas, 550
  • Engine, Steam Fire, for Belfast, 514, 515
  • Engine Tests, Analyses of, 407, 470, 493, 496, 513, 573, 574
  • Engine Trials, Oil, 479
  • Engine, Trial of a Triple-expansion Condensing, 382
  • Engines, Triple-expansion Condensing, Messrs. Plenty and Co., 99
  • Engines, 3000 - Horso Power Triple - expansion Corliss, 289, 294, 319, 325, 362
  • Engines, 1000-Horse Power Triple-expansion Mill, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves, and Co. (Supplement, June 23rd)
  • Engines, Triple - expansion, Polar Ship “Fram,” 246, 252
  • Engine, Triple - expansion Pumping, Davey’s Patent, 26, 31, 76, 109
  • Engines, Triple - expansion, Worked as Compounds, 292
  • Engine, Vertical Oil, Messrs. Robey and Co., 544, 550
  • Engines, Worthington Pumping, Chicago Exhibition, 245
  • Engineering, Capital and Labour in Relation to, 96
  • Engineering, Civil, 11
  • Engineering Competition, Continental, 104
  • Engineering Congress at Chicago, The International, 60
  • Engineering, Electrical, 14
  • Engineering Exchange, The, 107, 488
  • Engineering, Mechanical, 12
  • Engineering, Mechanical, at Chicago, 562
  • Engineering, Electric, Chicago Exhibition, 565, 570, 571
  • Engineering Prospects in the Australasian Colonies, 1
  • Engineering Prospects in British Columbia, 520
  • Engineering Prospects, Improved, 212
  • Engineering, Sanitary, 17
  • ENGINEERING STUDENTS’ CLUB, NEWCASTLE-ON- TYNE
  • - Practical Work in the Construction of Boilers for Land Use, Mr. A. Clement Hovey, 280
  • Engineering Tests, Analyses of, 493, 496, 513, 573, 574
  • Engineer Personnel of the Navy, The, 357 Engineers and Coroners, 49
  • Engineers’ Cutting Tools, Mr. W. H. Foster on, 235
  • Engineers of the Future, 411
  • Engineers’ Kits, 211
  • Engineers’ Slide Rule, Mr. J. Watkins, 282
  • Engineers in the United States Navy, 69
  • Engineers in the United States Navy, Experiences of, 158
  • English v. American Locomotives, 48, 108, 149
  • English and American Railways and Mines, 584
  • English Express Locomotives, 108
  • English Locomotives in New South Wales, 128, 132
  • Exciter, Westinghouse, Chicago Exhibition, 568
  • Exhibition, The Batavia, 150, 411
  • EXHIBITION, THE BUILDING, 259
  • - Canting Saw Table, Whibley’s, 260
  • - Fireproof Earthenware Construction, 259
  • - Hinged Window Sashes, Ford’s, 260
  • - Oil Filter, Freyer’s, 260
  • - Pneumatic Carving Machine, Tyler and Ellis’s, 260
  • - Pulley with Ball Bearings, Pickering’s, 260
  • - Range Furnace, Leggott and Marsh’s, 260
  • Exhibition, The Chicago—see Chicago Exhibition EXHIBITION, THE CRYSTAL PALACE PHOTO¬GRAPHIC, 325
  • - Beck, Messrs. R. and J., Exhibits at, 325
  • - Noakes and Son, Messrs., Exhibits at, 325
  • - Theobald and Co., Messrs., Exhibits at, 325
  • - Treble, Mr. Chas. F., Exhibits at, 325
  • Exhibition, Fire Tournament and, 510
  • Exhibition, Furniture and Allied Trades, 104
  • Exhibition, The Gardening and Forestry, 388, 552
  • Exhibition and Tournament, International Fire Brigades, 488
  • Exhibitions in Paris, 320, 508, 509
  • Expansion Curves, Mr. W. J. Tennant, 257
  • Explosives, The Regulation of, 495
  • Extension of Submarine Telegraphy, 364
  • European Turkey, Railways in, 316
  • Evans’ Shaft-turning Machine, 511
  • Evaporator, Triple-effet, Messrs. McOnie, Harvey, and Co., 27
  • Evolution of the Mill Engine, The, 356
  • FACTORS of Organic Evolution, 109
  • Faesch and Piccard, MM., 5000-Horse Power Turbines, Falls of Niagara, 92
  • Fairfield Company, The, the Cunard Company’s s.s. “Campania,” 78, 81
  • Falls of Niagara, 5000-Horse Power Turbines, 92
  • Fans at Teversal Colliery, Experiments on, 182
  • Fastest Paddle Steamer in the World, Messrs. W. Denny and Bros, 311
  • Fawcett, Preston, and Co., Messrs. Oglethorpe’s Hydraulic Steering Gear, 527
  • Feed-water Heaters, 347
  • Feed-water Heaters, Mr. W. De Ritter, 257
  • Feed-water Heater, Weir’s, 267
  • Feed-water Heater, The Worthington Marine, 144
  • Feed-water, Heating of, 513
  • Felt Hat-making Machinery ? 473
  • Ferranti Dynamo, 235-Unit, Deptford Electric Light Station, 94
  • Ferry, The Atlantic, 268
  • Ferrules, Admiralty, 338, 357
  • Fielding and Platt’s Gas Engine and Indicated Horse-power, 548
  • Fielding and Platt’s Gas Engine, Royal Agricul¬tural Society’s Show, 577
  • Fielding and Platt, Messrs., Movable Hydraulic Coal Tip, 478
  • Files, Marked, 168
  • Filter, Oil, 260
  • Findlay, Sir George, 277
  • Firbank and Co., Messrs., Condensing Tank, London Electric Supply Corporation (Supplement, May 12th, 1893), 397, 398
  • Fire Appliances Manufacturing Company, Steam Fire Engine, 514, 515
  • Fire-boxes, Copper for, 385, 411
  • Fire Brigades Exhibition and Tournament, Inter-national, 488
  • Fire Congress, The Approaching, 479
  • Fire Damp in Mines, Professor Clowes on the Detection of, 182
  • Fire Engine for Belfast, Steam, 514, 515
  • Fire Engine for Calcutta, Steam, 287
  • Fire Engines, Increasing Use of Steam, 106
  • Fire Setting: The Art of Mining by Fire, Mr. Collins, 500
  • Fire Tournament and Exhibition, 510
  • Firemen, The Position of, A Suggestion from Thos. Mudd and the Result, 49
  • Fireproof Construction and Boiler Lagging, Hayes’, 174
  • Fireproof Earthenware Construction, 259
  • Fires, London, 80
  • First Lord of the Admiralty’s Memorandum on the Naval Estimates, 211
  • Firth College, Sheffield, Conversazione at, 127
  • Fisher, Mr. H. O., Presentation to, 107
  • Fisher, Messrs., Tube Draw Bench, 149
  • Flames, Structure of, Professor A. Smithell’s (Fig. 7), 400
  • Flanged v. Rivetted Plates, 419
  • Fleets and Bread, 125
  • Fleming and Ferguson, Messrs., Quadruple Expansion Engines, 163, 166
  • Fleming, Professor, on the Practical Measurement of Alternating Electric Currents, 86
  • Flensburg Off-shore Floating Dock, The, 270
  • Fletcher, Mr. Wm., Improvements in Wheelmoulding Machines, 110
  • Flooring, Asphalte, 321
  • Floors, Steel Bridge, 204
  • Fly-wheel of the Comet, The, 388
  • Foden, Sons and Co., Messrs., Compound Cylinder, 538
  • Fogs, Cloud and Lightning, Mr. Shelford Bidwell, 463
  • Forced Draught, 186, 208, 455
  • Forced Draught, The Economy of, 146, 160
  • Forced Draught Trials of H.M.S. “ Vulcan,” 266
  • Ford’s Hinged Window Sashes, 260
  • Foreign War Material for England, 474
  • Foreshore Protection Works at Hastings, Mr. A. H. Case on the, 109
  • Forge, The, On the Construction of the Modern Locomotive, Section III, Part 1, 157
  • Forster, Mr. Arnold, On the System of Mounting and Placing Guns on Board Ships of the Royal Navy, 80
  • Fort Wayne Electric Co.’s Exhibit at the Chicago Exhibition, 533
  • Forty-eight Hours’ Week, The, 167
  • Foster, Mr. W. H., Engineers’ Cutting Tobis, 235
  • Foundation Pumps, 411
  • Foundations of Dynamics, On the, 456
  • Foundations for an Isolated Engine in a Tall Building, 469
  • Fowler and Co., Messrs. J., Engine and Dynamo, Yorkshire House-to-House Co., 403
  • Fowler and Co., Messrs. J., Spring Traction Engine, 538
  • Fox, Sir Douglass, and Mr. J. H. Greathead, Liverpool Overhead Railway, 70, 76, 118, 121, 124, 151
  • Fractures in the Plates of Ships, Method for the Immediate Temporary Repair of, 292
  • “Fram,” Triple-expansion Engines for Polar Ship, 246, 252
  • France, The Cycle in, 535
  • France, Shipbuilding in, 374
  • France, Trade of, in 1892, 25
  • Fraser, Mr. H., On Water-tube Steam Boilers, 25
  • Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, 49, 149, 338, 357, 392, 412, 455, 513
  • French Cruiser “ Le Tage,” Joy’s Valve Gear, 130
  • French Mines, Working Regulations in, 450
  • French Navy, Proposed Large Additions to the, 546
  • French Technical Education, 254
  • French Universal Exhibition in the Year 1900, 508, 509
  • Freyer’s Oil Filter, 260
  • Friction Clutch, Brooke’s, 163
  • Friction Clutch, Byrne’s, 59
  • Frost upon Building Stones, The Action of, 233
  • Furnace-cased Roots Boiler, 299
  • Furniture and Allied Trades’ Exhibition, 104
  • GALTON, Mr. Francis, Sending Plans and Drawings by Telegraph, 130
  • Gang Milling Machines and Cutters, Ingersoll, 106
  • Gardening and Forestry Exhibition, Earl’s Court, 388, 552
  • Garnish, Mr. F. J., on “Progress,” 52
  • Garvie, Mr. Jas., Bridging the Bosphorus, 179, 185
  • Gas v. Electricity for Illuminating Purposes, Mr. Sidney a Court, 30
  • Gas Engine, 26-Horse Power, Messrs. Robey and Co., 544, 550
  • Gas Engines, Ignition Tubes for, 403
  • Gas Engine, The Palatine, 29
  • Gas Engine and Steam Engines, Large, 470
  • Gas Engines v. Steam Power and Gas Producers, 431, 501
  • Gas Engines—see also Engines, Gas
  • Gas and Oil Engines at the Royal Show, 548
  • Gas-making Plant, Mr. Chas. Hunt, 76
  • Gas-making Processes, Cheap, 168
  • Gas Power for Electric Lighting, 37
  • Gas Producers, Large Gas Engines v. Steam- power, 501
  • Gas Supply, 18
  • Gas Supply, Position and Prospects of the, 545
  • Gases, On the Rate of Explosion in, 151
  • Gaster, Mr. F., on a New Classification of Cloud Forms, 424
  • “Gaul,” The Twin-screw Steamer, South African Trade, 490, 494
  • Geddes, Professor Patrick, On the Factors of Organic Evolution, 109
  • Geikie, Sir A., On the Work of the Geological Survey, 500
  • Generation of Power at Central Stations, and its Distribution, by Professor W. C. Unwin, 40
  • Geological Survey, Sir A. Geikie on the Work of the, 500
  • German Railway, The First, 531
  • German Tram Rails for Glasgow, 521
  • Glasgow, German Tram Rails for, 521
  • Glasgow Harbour, 130-ton Crane, 487
  • Glasgow, Sewage Scheme for, 286
  • Gold-mining in India, 341
  • Goold’s Pulley and Belt Calculator, 429
  • Gorham, Dr., Reflecting Kaleidoscope, 487
  • Gorton Sewage Scheme, The, 368
  • Goulaeff, Captain, On the New Afonasieff Formulae for Solving Approximately various Problems connected with the Propulsion of Ships, 265
  • Governors, Dashpots on, 551
  • “Grafton,” H.M. First-class Protected Cruiser, 563, 564
  • Grafton High-speed Engine, The, 366
  • Granger’s Duplex Steam Jet Nozzles, 374
  • Grate, The Kirkwood Patent Shaking and Dumping, 26
  • Gravity, The Action of, 479
  • Gravity, The Dynamics of, 186
  • Graving Dock, Cockatoo Island, Caisson, 6, 9
  • Great Eastern Railway Works, 104
  • Great Western Train Service, 48, 101, 150
  • Great Western Railway Works, 127
  • Greece, Public Works in, 386
  • Green and Sons, Messrs. Thomas, Road Roller, 539
  • “Greenwich” Steam Fire Engine for Calcutta, 287
  • Grinding Machines, Centrifugal Emery, 235
  • Grusonwerk, The, 187
  • Gun Trials of the Twin-screw Armour-clad Ram “Libertad," 25
  • Gunnery, Complication in, 103
  • Gun, Moncrieff Disappearing, 180
  • Guns Afloat, Mounting Heavy, 80
  • Guns and Explosives, Velocities with Modern, 108
  • Gans and Fittings, New Canet, 98
  • Guns, High Power American, 62
  • Gutta Percha Covered Wire, The Inventor of, 28, 49, 131, 160
  • HAMMER, An Inspector’s, 442
  • Hampton-on-Thames Sewage Disposal Scheme, 483
  • Harbours and Waterways, 16, 105, 130, 271, 398, 553
  • Hard-faced Armour, Shells v., 76
  • Hardneburg, Mr., Foundations for an Isolated Engine in a Tall Building, 469
  • Hardy Patent Pick Co., The, Multiple Disintegrator, 490
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., Twin-screw Steamer “Gaul,” 490, 494
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., the White Star s.s. “Naronic,” 248
  • Harmonic Analyser, Professor Henrici, 488
  • Hartnell, Mr. Wilson, on the Use of Lines in Engineering Work, 121
  • Harvey Plate Trial, 60
  • Harveyed Plate Trial, American Nickel, 286
  • Harvey’s Triple-effet Evaporator, 27
  • Harvey-Vickers Plate, 117
  • Harwich Harbour Conservancy Board, Buoys in the Harbour, 551
  • Haslam Foundry, Monster Planing Machine for the, 162
  • Hathorn, Davey, and Co., Messrs., Triple-expansion Pumping Engine for Brazil, 26, 31, 76
  • Havre, Improvement in the Port of, 59
  • Havre, The Port of, 390
  • Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co., Messrs., Winby’s Express Locomotive, 355, 359, 384, 389, 409
  • Hayes' Fireproof Construction and Boiler Lagging, 174
  • Head, Mr. Jeremiah, Steel Cogging and Shearing Plant for the New British Iron Co., Birmingham (Supplement, March 17'A, 1893), 237
  • Headlam, R.A., Captain, On Field Guns, 276
  • Heat Transmission through Tube Plates, Mr. A. J. Durston on, 277
  • Heat, Twisting of Rails by, 535
  • Heater, The Worthington Feed-water, 144
  • Heating and Cutting of Bearings, The, 251
  • Heating of Feed-water, 513
  • Heating Surface in Locomotive Engines, 103
  • Heavier Rails, 208
  • Heavy Wagon Construction, 377
  • Heitmann Electrical Locomotive, The, 551
  • Heilmann, Mr., Extraordinary Locomotive, 520
  • Henderson, Mr. Jas., “ Rapid Traverser,” 259
  • Hendy, Mr. J. C. B., On the Ventilation Mmes, 182
  • Henrici, Professor, Harmonic Analyser, 488
  • H.M.S. “Bonaventure,” 30
  • H.M.S. “Camperdown,” 559, 560
  • H.M.S. “Crescent,” Trial of, 455
  • H.M.S. “Grafton,” 563, 564
  • H.M.S. “Hood,” 164
  • H.M.S. “Hood,” Machinery Trials of, 142
  • H.M.S. “Hood,” The Trial of, 186
  • H.M.S. “Howe,” 476
  • H.M.S. “Speedy," 445
  • H.M.S. “Vulcan,”Forced Draught Trials of, 266
  • H.M.S. “Victoria,” The Loss of, 559, 572, 573
  • H.M.S. “Victoria,” Sections Showing Bulk - heads, 560
  • H.M.S. “Victoria,” Turret of, 572
  • Hewitt, Mr. H. R., On a New Method of Laying Coal Dust, 182
  • Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., Messrs., 3000-Horse Power Triple-expansion Corliss Engines, 289. 294, 319, 325
  • Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., Messrs., 5000-Horse Power Mill Engines, 486
  • Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., Messrs., 1000-Horse Power Triple-expansion Mill Engines (Supplement, June 23rd, 1893)
  • Highfield, Mr. J. S., on the Elements of Yacht Design, 195
  • Highgate Museum of Sanitary Appliances, Visit to the, 433
  • High-power American Guns, 62
  • High-pressure Compound Engines, 289
  • High-speed Pumps, 326, 411
  • High-speed Pumps and Modern Waterworks Practice, 356
  • High-speed Waterworks Pumps, 268, 289, 421, 455
  • High Tension Continuous Current Switch Gear 271
  • Hilgenstock, Mr., On the Saniter Process of Desulphurising Iron and Steel, 466
  • History of the Cunard Company, The, 234
  • Hoare, Mr. E. S., Improved Test Tube, 521
  • Hok, Mr. W., On Approximate Curves of Stability, 292
  • Huddersfield, Sewage Purification, 531
  • Hull Dock Strike, The, 320, 348
  • Hull Strike, The End of the, 449
  • Hull Strike Works out, How the, 386
  • Hulse and Co., Messrs., Vertical Milling Machine, 423, 468
  • Human’s Logarithmic Co-ordinate Sheets, 419
  • Hunt, Mr. Chas., Gas-making Plant, 76
  • Hunt and Mitton’s Sight-feed Lubricator, 542
  • Holborow, Messrs., Compound-surface Condensing Engine, 514, 518
  • Holden and Brooke, Messrs., Self-acting Injectors with Adjustable Cones, 207
  • Holden’s System, Portable Engine Fitted for Liquid Fuel on, 541
  • Honours at South Kensington, 470
  • “Hood,” The Trial of H.M.S., 186
  • Hook of Holland, The, 451
  • Hopkmson, Dr. Edw., Electric Railways, 146, 217
  • Hopkinson v. the St. James and Pall Mall Electric Lighting Company, 55, 63
  • Horizontal Engine, Compound, 514, 518
  • Hornsby Akroyd Portable Oil Engine, 549
  • Horse Guards Avenue, 364
  • Hoskold, Mr. H. D., on the Value of Zinc Material, 500
  • Hovey, Mr. Clement, on Practical Work in the Construction of Boilers for Land Use, 280
  • “Howe ” Court Martial, The, 33
  • Hydraulic Coal Tip, Movable, 478
  • Hydraulic Coke-stacking Crane, Saltley Gas¬works, Birmingham, 399, 402
  • Hydraulic Crane, Duplex, 441, 448
  • Hydraulic Lifts, Mr. R. Carey on, 502
  • Hydraulic Mortars, Recent Investigations on, 62
  • Hydraulic Power Company, The London (Supple-ment, January 20th, 1893), 43, 47, 51
  • Hydraulic Power in Manchester, 521
  • Hydraulic Sewage Pumps, Rigg’s, 376, 411, 421, 455
  • Hydraulic Steering Gear, 527
  • Hydraulic Valve, Nettlefold and Jones’, 542
  • Hydrophone, Capt. McEvoy, 488
  • IGNITION Tubes for Gas Engines, 403
  • Illinois State Building, Chicago Exhibition, 159
  • Imperial Institute, The, 409
  • Implements, New, Entered for the Royal Agri¬cultural Society’s Silver Medals, 539
  • Incrustation and Corrosion in Boilers, 326
  • India, Sewage Irrigation in, 510
  • Indian Public Works Department, 251
  • “Indiana,” U.S. Navy Battleship, 225, 231
  • Indicators for Gas Engines, 357, 392, 412, 421
  • Inductor Dynamo, Sir David Salomons and Mr. L. Pyke (Fig. 1), 400
  • Influence of the Chicago Exhibition, The, 190
  • Ingersoll Gang Milling Tools and Machines, 106
  • “Injector” Reservoir Drawing Pen, Messrs. Jackson Bros, 259
  • Injector with Adjustable Cones, Self-acting, 207
  • Ink and Colour Saucer and Stand, Maginnis’s, 173
  • Inland Navigation Congress, 195
  • Inland Navigation in Russia, 535
  • INSTITUTE, THE IBON AND STEEL, 446
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. E. Windsor Richards, 446
  • - Saniter Process of Desulphurising Iron and Steel, Mr. Stead and Mr. Hilgenstock on the, 466
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS:—
  • - Annual Dinner, Third, 488
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. W. S. White, 515
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, THE
  • - Annual Dinners, 246, 432
  • - Annual General Meeting and Review of Papers Read, 501
  • - Awards, 526
  • - “Compactum” Evaporator and Distiller, 258
  • - Electrical Railways, Dr. Edward Hopkinson, 146
  • - Foreshore Protection Works at Hastings, Mr. Albert Havelock Case, 109
  • - Foundations of the Two River Piers of the Tower Bridge, Mr. G. E. W. Cruttwell, 302
  • - Gas Power for Electric Lighting, Mr. Emerson Dowson, 37
  • - Interdependence of Abstract Science and Engineering, Mr. Wm. Anderson, 377, 404
  • - Plant for Harbour and Sea Works, Mr. Walter Pitt, 237
  • - Rapid Traverser, Henderson’s, 258
  • - Receptions and Exhibits at the same, 258, 365
  • - Steam Engine Trials, Mr. P. W. Willans, 368
  • - Water Finder, Professor Redwood, 258
  • - Wreck Raising in the River Thames, Mr. C. J. Moore, 456
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS IN IRELAND:
  • - Official Representative at the International Engineering Congress, Chicago, 551
  • - Re-appointments at the First Meeting of the New Council, 561
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS, 301
  • - Sixth Annual Dinner of the Association, Mr. L. B. Wells in the Chair, 69
  • - Smelting Process for the Extraction of Silver and Gold from their Ores, M. Henrv F. Collins, 129
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, THE NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE ASSOCIATION OF, 409
  • - Dock Gates, Mr. John Thompson, 409
  • - Second Annual Dinner, 187
  • - Summer Excursion, 585
  • - Visit to H.M. Warship “Resolution” at Jarrow, 482
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, THE CLEVELAND :—
  • - Compounding of Blowing Engines, The, Mr. T. Westgarth, 346
  • - Lessons Learnt at Sea by a Marine Engineer, Mr. John H. Barker, 424
  • - Steel Mill, Description of a, with Shears and Subsidiary Plant, for the New British Iron Company, Birmingham, Mr. Jeremiah Head (Supplement, March 17th), 237
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND NAVAL ARCHITECTS, HULL AND DISTRICT:—
  • - Electrical Distribution for Marine Purposes, A Few Practical Notes on, Mr. W. H. Willatt 163
  • - Electric Lighting of Ships, Some Notes on the Mr. A. H. Bate, 256
  • - Purity of Water in Marine Boilers, Necessity of and Means for Maintaining the, Mr J B Edmiston, 89
  • - Transmission of Heat through Tube-plates, Experiments on the, Mr. A. J. Durston, 277
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :—
  • - Annual General Meeting, Forty-sixth 60
  • - Anniversary Dinner, Toasts and Speeches, 335
  • INSTITUTION, THE METAL TRADES’ BENEVO- LENT:—
  • - Letter from Sir Francis Knollys, 173
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING ENGINEERS, THE FEDE- RATED:—
  • - Correlation of the Coalfields of the North of France and South of England, M. Marcel Bertrand, 499
  • - Detection and Estimation of Small Quantities of Fire-damp in Mines, Professor Clowes, 182
  • - Earth Pulsations and Mine Gas, Professor John Milne, 499
  • - Estimation of the Actual Effective Pressure of Water Gauge in the Ventilation of Mines, Mr. T. A. Southern, 182
  • - Experiments upon a Waddell Fan and a Capell Fan Working in the Same Mine at Teversal Colliery, Mr. J. C. B. Hendy, 182
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING ENGINEERS (continued);—
  • - Fire-setting, The Art of Mining by Fire, Mr. Collins, 499
  • - Laying Coal Dust, A New Method of, Mr. H. R. Hewitt, 182
  • - Mining and Miners, Sir George Elliott on Past and Present Position of, 499
  • - Mining in New Zealand, Mr. George J. Binns, 499
  • - Practical Method of Ascertaining the Value or Price to be Paid for Zinc Material, Mr. H. D. Hoskold, 499
  • - Rapid Traverser, Mr. Jas. Henderson Exhibits his, 499
  • - Spontaneous Combustion in Coal Mmes, Prof. Lupton, 182
  • - Spontaneous Combustion in Coal Mmes, Mr. Joel Settle, 499
  • - Support of Buildings, Mr. W. Spencer, 499
  • - Visit to the Stations of the Westminster Electric Supply Corporation, 499
  • - Visits to All Saints Works, Derby, and c., 182
  • - Witwatersrandt Auriferous Conglomerates Mr. F. G. Shaw, 499
  • - Work of the Geological Survey, Sir A. Geikie, 499
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :—
  • - Annual Report of the Council, Annual Address of the President, Lord Ravensworth, 243
  • - Apparatus for Measuring and Registering the Vibration of Steamers, Mr. Otto Schlick, 292
  • - Approximate Curves of Stability, Mr. W. Hok, 292
  • - Cyclogram or Clock - face Diagram of the Sequence of Pressures in Multi-cylinder Steam Engines, Mr. F. Edwards, 292
  • - Measurement of Wake Currents, Mr. Geo. A. Calvert on the, 244
  • - Merchant Cruisers : Considered with Reference to the Policy of Maintaining a Reserve of Vessels by Annual Subvention, by Lord Brassey, 243
  • - Method for the Immediate Temporary Repairs of Fractures in the Plates of Ships, Captain Jas. Kiddle, 292
  • - New Afonasieff’s Formula! for Solving Approximately various Problems connected with the Propulsion of Ships, Captain Goulaeff, 265
  • - Present Position of Cruisers in Naval Warfare, Rear-Admiral Long, 243
  • - Programme of the Summer Excursion, 526
  • - Session 1893, 229
  • - Some Alterations of Form to which Boilers are Subject when under Working Conditions, Mr. T. J. Milton, 266
  • - Strength of Bulkheads, Dr. Elgar on the, 244, 265
  • - Working Triple-expansion Engines as Compounds, Mr. H. A. B. Cole, 292
  • Inspector’s Hammer, An, 442
  • Intercontinental Railway, Mr. Kelly’s Lecture on the Proposed, 96
  • Interdependence of Abstract Science and Engineering, Dr. William Andrews on, 377, 404, 479
  • Inventor of Gutta-percha Covered Wire, 49, 131, 160
  • “Iowa,” The Battleship, 194
  • Ireland, Assistant County Surveyors in, 147
  • Ireland, Shipbuilding in, 297
  • Ireland’s Sand Shield, 476
  • Irish Railway Prospects, 212
  • Ironclads, Swedish Naval Commission on, 343
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 18, 38, 64, 86, 110, 132, 152, 174, 196, 219, 238, 261, 280, 302, 326, 348, 369, 392, 413, 434, 457, 480, 502, 528, 554, 583
  • Iron, Hardware, and Metal Trades Pension Society, 497
  • Iron and Steel of British Manufacture, Stamping, 530
  • Iron and Steel Industry, Mr. Swank on the, 209
  • Iron and Steel, Saniter’s Process for Desulphurising, 375
  • Iron Tests in France, Constructive, 497
  • Iron Trade, The Outlook in the, 69
  • Italian Cruiser “Marco Polo,” The (Supplement, March 2ith, 1893), 248
  • Italian Naval Progress, 427
  • JACKETING and Compression, 474
  • Jackets, Vacuum, 161
  • Jackson Brothers, Messrs., Injector Reservoir Drawing Pen, 259
  • Jets, Steam Consumption in, 67
  • Joints, Portland Cement, 49
  • Joy’s Oil Valve Gear, 445
  • Joy’s Valve Gear, French Cruiser “ Le Tage,” 130
  • Joyce, Mr. James A., An Inspector’s Hammer, 442
  • Jury System and the Chicago Exhibition, 495
  • KALEIDOSCOPE, Reflecting, Dr. Gorham, 487
  • Kapp Alternating Dynamo, 522
  • Karakoram Mountain Survey Expedition, Watercolour Drawings of the Scenery, 488
  • Kelly, Mr., On the Proposed Inter-Continental Railway, 96
  • Kiddle, Captain James, Method for the Immediate Temporary Repair of Fractures in the Plates of Ships, 292
  • Kirkaldy, Messrs. John, “Compactum” Evaporator and Distiller, 258
  • Kirkaldy’s “Compactum” Evaporator, Feedheater and Purifier, as Fitted on Board Ship 347
  • Kirkwood Patent Sinking and Dumping Grate, 26
  • Knap and Co., Messrs., Furnace-cased Roots’ Boiler, 299
  • Korting’s Condenser, 453
  • LABOUR at the Panama Canal, 116
  • Laird, Mr. Henry H., 467
  • Lake Dredging Contracts, 40
  • Lamp, The Coligny Railway Carriage Roof Gas, 227
  • Lamp for Detecting Fire-damp, Professor Frank Clowes (Fig. 6), 400
  • Lamp, The Separable, 122, 150
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Express Passenger Engine Mr J A. F. Aspinall (Supplement, April 21st, 1893)
  • Lancaster and the Oldbury Carriage and Wagon Companies, The First and Third-class Dining Saloons, 579, 580
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Speed Diagram, 345
  • Land of the Midnight Sun, The, a New Mail and Tourist Steamer, 280
  • Lantern Stereoscope, The, 575
  • Large Cars and Small Wagons, 421
  • Large Gas Engines and Steam Engines, 470
  • Large Gas Engines ®. Steam Power, 431
  • Larmuth and Co., Messrs. Thos., Compound Noncondensing Air Compressor, 121
  • Latent Heat, 33
  • Lathes, Mr. J. H. A. McIntyre on, 89
  • Lathes, Crank Pin Turning, 161, 187
  • Lathe, Double-geared Brassfinisher’s, Messrs. Scott Bros., 60
  • La Trobe-Bateman, Mr., “Early Locomotives, 142
  • Laying Coal Dust, Mr. H. R. Hewitt on a New Method of, 182
  • Launch Motor, The Daimler, 10-Horse Power Petroleum, Messrs. Sims and Co., 323
  • Launches of H.M.S. “Fox” and “Charybdis,” 547
  • Launches and Trial Trips: 21, 41, 67, 89, 113, 127, 134, 176, 177, 202, 203, 218, 238, 263, 283, 301, 329, 348, 371, 390, 395, 415, 437, 445, 459, 483, 505, 531, 547, 557, 585
  • Launching of the “Campania” and “Lucania,” The, 202, 203
  • Lea, Mr. F. B., “The Possibilities of High-speed Electric Traction,” 282
  • Lead Pipe Joints, 407
  • LEADERS
  • - 1893, 11
  • - Action of Frost upon Building Stones, 233
  • - Admiralty Commission on Boilers in the Navy, The, 190
  • - Admiralty and the “Howe,” The, 189
  • - Analyses of Engine Tests, The, 407, 496, 573
  • - Armour Question Puzzles, 519
  • - Assistant County Surveyors in Ireland, 147
  • - Bearing of Recent Plate Trials on Future Warfare, 253
  • - Big Locomotives, 407
  • - Board of Trade and Channel Steamers, The, 385
  • - Bristol Channel and Worcester Navigation, 56
  • - British Machinists Victorious in America, 168
  • - British Trade in 1893, 320
  • - Bronze Screw Propellers, 450
  • - "Campania,” The, 428
  • - Cantilever Combination Bridges, 295
  • - Captain Headlam, R.A., on Field Guns, 276
  • - Cargo Freights to the East, 275
  • - Cheapened Electric Lighting, 148
  • - Chemical Industry, 16
  • - Chicago Exposition, The, 385, 408
  • - Civil Engineering, 11
  • - Clyde Shipbuilding, 496
  • - Coal and Iron, 497
  • - Coal Problem, The, 428
  • - Complication in Gunnery, 103
  • - Compound Marine Engines, 364
  • - Constructive Iron Tests in France, 497
  • - Continental Engineering Competition, 104
  • - Copper for Fire-boxes, 385
  • - Cordite, 126
  • - Crisis in the Coalfield, The, 574
  • - Derbyshire Railway, Another Proposed, 297
  • - Dundee Wages Dispute, The, 408
  • - Efficiency of Steam Engines, The, 234
  • - Egypt, 546
  • - Electrical Engineering, 14
  • - Elswick High Velocity Trial, 80
  • - End of the Hull Strike, The, 449
  • - Engineering Prospects in British Columbia, 520
  • - Entrance to Colombo Harbour, The, 189
  • - Exhibition at Chicago, The, 473
  • - Exhibitions in Paris, 320
  • - Extension of Submarine Telegraphy, 364
  • - Extraordinary Locomotive, An, 520
  • - Files, Marked, 168
  • - First Lord of the Admiralty’s Memorandum on the Naval Estimates, 211
  • - Fleets and Bread, 125
  • - Foreign War Material for England, 474
  • - Forty-eight Hours’ Week, The, 167
  • - Four Months of British Trade, 408
  • - French Technical Education, 254
  • - Gas-making Processes, Cheap, 168
  • - Gas Supply, 18
  • - German Tram Rails for Glasgow, 521
  • - Gold Mining in India, 341
  • - Great Eastern Railway Works, 104
  • - Great Western Railway Works, 127
  • - Growth of Our Coal Exports, The, 520
  • - Growth of Submarine Telegraphy, 80
  • - Harbours and Waterways, 16
  • - Heating Surface in Locomotive Engines, 103
  • - History of the Cunard Company, The, 234
  • - Hopkinson y. the St. James’s and Pall Mall Electric Lighting Company, 55
  • - Horse Guards Avenue, 364
  • - Hull Dock Strike, The, 320
  • - Hull Dock Strike, How it Works out, 386
  • - “Howe” Court-martial, The, 33
  • - Hydraulic Power in Manchester, 521
  • - Impending Crisis in the Coalfield, lhe, 148
  • - Imperial Institute, The, 408
  • - Important New Coal Winning, 80
  • - Improved Engineering Prospects, 212
  • - Industrial and Other Accidents, 147
  • - Irish Railway Prospects, 212
  • - Italian Naval Progress, 427
  • - Jacketing and Compression, 474
  • - Jury System and the Chicago Exhibition, The 495
  • - Latent Heat, 33
  • - Launch of the “ Lucania,” 127
  • - Light Marine Boilers, 295
  • - Little Late, A, 190
  • - London Fires, 79
  • - Loss of the “ Naronic,” The, 253
  • - Loss of the “ Victoria,” The, 573
  • - Manchester and Sheffield Railway Extensions, 56
  • - Manchester Ship Canal, The, 297
  • - Marked Files, 168
  • - Mechanical Engineering, 12
  • - Metallurgy, 16
  • - Midland Railway New Works, The, 168
  • - Minerals and Mortality in Mines, 320
  • - Miners’ Wages in Yorkshire, Derbyshire, and Lancashire, 546
  • - Mining Machinery and Safety, 428
  • - Mounting Heavy Guns Afloat, 79
  • - North British Railway, The, 276
  • - Old and New Steamships, 254
  • - Paris, a Seaport, 364
  • LEADERS (continued):—
  • - Parliament and the London Water Companies. 274
  • - Pearl Fishing by Mechanical Aids, 449
  • - Phenomenal Railway Speeds, 34
  • - Popular Education, 55
  • - Position and Prospects of the Gas Supply, 545
  • - Powdered Coal and Smoke, 168
  • - Proposed Large Additions to the French Navy,
  • - Propulsion of Ships, 341
  • - Protection of English Commerce, The, 168
  • - Public Works in Greece, 386
  • - Radiant Heat, 211
  • - Railway Accidents, 363
  • - Railway Companies and the Supplies of Locomotive Coal, 497
  • - Railway Enterprise in the East, 496
  • - Reduction of Miners’ Wages, The, 574
  • - Refrigerating Machinery and American Practice, 364
  • - Regulation of Explosives, The, 495
  • - Royal Agricultural Society and its Judges, The, 320
  • - Sanitary Danger from the Manchester Ship Canal, 521
  • - Sanitary Engineering, 17
  • - Scottish Railway Works and Prospects, 234
  • - Sheffield, Chicago and McKinley, 104
  • - Sheffield a City, 80
  • - Ship Canals, 427
  • - Shipbuilding in Ireland, 297
  • - Soldering Aluminium, 104
  • - Standard Sections of Structural Bars, 56
  • - Stay Tubes in Marine Boilers, 34
  • - Steel for Structural Purposes, 342
  • - Teaching of Thermodynamics, The, 126
  • - Telegraphs in Persia, 474
  • - Telephone v. Electrical Tramway, 125
  • - Thermal Storage, 56
  • - Trade and the Railway Rates Question, 342
  • - Trade of the Year, The, 34
  • - Truth in Science, 296
  • - Turning Steel Tires, 519
  • - Umpire’s Report on the Naval Manoeuvres, 1892, 319
  • - Uniform Time, 428
  • - United States Atlantic Liners, 363
  • - War Material, 15
  • - Water Supply, 18
  • - Working Regulations in French Mines, 450
  • Leather Belting, Mr. W. T. Coates, 146
  • LEGAL INTELLIGENCE:—
  • - Arbitration between the London Tramways Company and Dick, Kerr, and Co., In re an, 405
  • - Attorney-General v. Ystrad Gas and Water Company, 195
  • - Cook v. The St. James’s, Pall Mall, and Electric Light Company, 571
  • - Hopkinson v. the St. James’s and Pall Mall Electric Lighting Company, 63
  • - Joy’s Patent, 195
  • - Mackie v. the Solvo and Laundry Supply Company, Limited — The Solvo Laundry Supply Company, Limited, u Mackie, 195
  • - National Telephone Company, Limited, v. Baker, 63, 122
  • - Rapier v. the London Tramways Company, before Lords Justices Lindley, Bowen, and Kay, 429
  • - Paine v. Thompson, 105
  • - Temperley and Co. and the Temperley Steam Shipping Company, Limited, v. the Light Asphalte Cement Syndicate, Limited, 237
  • Leggott and Marsh’s Range Furnace, 260
  • Leighton Buzzard Waterworks and Sewerage, 30
  • Les Fontinettes, Hydraulic Canal Boat Lift at, 405
  • Le Tage, Joy’s Valve Gear, 130
  • LETTER'S to the Editor:—
  • - Action of Gravity, The, Aquarius, 479
  • - Admiralty Ferrules, Chas. Barnard, 338
  • - Admiralty Ferrule^, Ed. C. Peck, 357
  • - Air Channel Fire Bars? J. P., 449
  • - Aluminium Tubes, M. P., 233
  • - American and English Baggage Systems, E. E. Russell Tratman, 101
  • - American Patents, Fell and Wilding, 411
  • - American Railways and English Coal Traffic, E. E. Russell Tratman, 383
  • - Analyses of Engine Tests, The, W. R. Cummins, 493, 574
  • - Analyses of Engine Tests, The, J. S. Hollings, 513
  • - Analyses of Engine Tests, E. Y. Terry, 470
  • - Approaching Fire Congress, Fire Engineer, 479
  • - Atlantic Ferry, The, R. P., 268
  • - Balancing Railway Carriage Wheels, G. Du Bousquet, 101
  • - Balata? K. J. W., 341
  • - Batavia Exhibition, Jno. Birch and Co., 150, 411
  • - Battersea Bridge, E. W. Ives, 161
  • - Battersea Bridge, Jno. Jones, 131, 268
  • - Bone Digesters? R. G., 189
  • - Bone Sawing Machines, J. M. G. and Co., 147
  • - Brain Lesion by “Contre Coup,” W. J. Nowers Brett, 289
  • - Brain Lesion by “ Contre Coup,” Dudley, 348
  • - Brain Lesion by “Contre Coup,” Medical Student, 251
  • - Brain Lesion by “Contre Coup,” C. S., 317
  • - Brick v. Iron Chimney, John Gardner, 38
  • - British and Foreign Steamers, Union Jack, 29
  • - Brunel’s Pocket Line to Rescue the Drowning, J. Lawrence-Hamilton, 101
  • - “Campania’s” Rudder, The, R. Quillet Lane, 149
  • - Canadian Plumbago, John F. Torrance, 29
  • - Carnot’s Function of the Temperature, Wm. Donaldson, 391, 421, 493
  • - Carnot’s Function of the Temperature, Robt. Mansel, 411, 470, 513
  • - Carpet Beating Machinery? H. J., 79
  • - Cellulose Coverings for Bottles? A. W. T., 545
  • - Cement Mills and Kilns? Cement, 473
  • - Chimneys Widening Upwards ? Draught, 295
  • - Cigarette-making Machines? H. and A., 319
  • - Columbian Exhibition, Chicago—International Engineering Congress, H. A. Ivatt, 551
  • - Compound Locomotives, Jas. Dunlop, 187
  • - Conveyors, Commans and Co., 229
  • - Copper for Fire-boxes, Stanger and Blount, 411
  • - Cork Paint, Merchant, 11
  • - Cotton Ropes, R. G. L., 575
  • - County Surveyorships, Ireland, 575
  • - County Surveyorships, Ireland, Open Competition, 551
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued) :—
  • - Crank Pin Turning Lathes, B. Gridley, 161
  • - Crank Pin Turning Lathes, An Old Maudslayite, 187
  • - Cupolas ? W. H. T., 449
  • - Cylinder Condensation, C. E. B., 289, 420
  • - Cylinder Condensation, W. R. Cummins, 551
  • - Davey’s Triple - expansion Engines, Henry Davey, 109
  • - Davey’s Triple-expansion Pumping Engines, H. C. P., 76
  • - Dashpots or Governors, An Inquirer, 551
  • - Deflection in Bridges? J. R. Y., 449
  • - Discharge of Pipes ? Geo. T. Pardoe, 233
  • - Dowson’s and other Gas Engines, M. E., 38
  • - Dredging, Murk Leis, jun., 501
  • - Drying Grains, Herbert Coward, 275
  • - Dynamics of Gravity, or Gravity Viewed as a Dimensional Property of a Gas, S. Tolver Preston, 186
  • - Early Railway Tickets, A. W. D., 289
  • - Early Railway Tickets, Clement E. Stretton, 326
  • - Economy of Forced Draught, Robert Bruce, 208, 251
  • - Economy of Forced Draught, Didymus, 160, 208, 229
  • - Economy of Forced Draught, The, A. D., 229
  • - Economy of Forced Draught, The, Jas. Howden, 229
  • - Electric Cooking and Heating, Thos. Fletcher, 479
  • - Electric Lighting in London, Richard Hornsby and Sons, Lim., per S. Sparkes, 233
  • - Electricity in Churches, William J. Silver, 150
  • - Engineer Personnel of the Navy, The, C. P., 357
  • - Engineers and Coroners, W. H. Davis, 49
  • - Engineers of the Future, Y. Kent, 411
  • - Engineers’ Kits, H. J., 233
  • - Engineers’ Kits, L. J. S., 211
  • - English v. American Locomotives, W. M. A., 108
  • - English v. American Locomotives, T. C. Farrer, 149
  • - English v. American Locomotives, North - Western, 48
  • - English Express Locomotives, Crank Pin, 108
  • - Evolution of the Mill Engine, The, George Adams, 356
  • - Feed-water Heaters, John Kirkaldy, Limited, 347
  • - Felt Hat-making Machinery? J. W. 0., 473
  • - Forced Draught, A. D., 186
  • - Forced Draught, Stephen H. Terry, 455 Foundation Pumps, F. Botting, 411
  • - Four Thermodynamic Relations to Clausius, Wm. Donaldson, 160
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, George Banks, 49
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, John Brett, 149
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, W. A. S. B., 412, 513
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, Free Exchange, 357
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, C. P., 357
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, H. B. Shotter, 150
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, X. X., 338, 392, 455
  • - Great Locomotive Spark Family, The, E. G. Constantine, 421
  • - Great Western Train Service, Cornwall, 101
  • - Great Western Train Service, P. H. Couchman, 101
  • - Great Western Train Service, E. B. D., 101
  • - Great Western Train Service, S. E. G., 48, 150
  • - Great Western Train Service, H. S. R., 101, 150
  • - Great Western Train Service, G. A. Sekon, 101
  • - Grusonwerk, The, the Board of the Directors of the Grusonwerk, 187
  • - Heating and Cutting of Bearings, The, P. Pryibil, 251
  • - Heating of Feed-water, John Kirkaldy, 513
  • - Heavier Rails, C. P. Sandberg, 208
  • - Heavy Road Wagon Wheels, Jas. Robinson, 455
  • - Heilmann Electrical Locomotive, The, C. S. Du Riche Preller, 551
  • - High-pressure Compound Engines, H. Crompton Ashlin, 289, 492
  • - High-speed Waterworks Pumps, T. Holehouse, 421
  • - High-speed Waterworks Pumps, D. H. Morton, 268, 289, 356, 421, 455
  • - High-speed Waterworks Pumps, Arthur Rigg, 326, 411
  • - Honours at South Kensington, W. F. J., 470
  • - Hull Dock Strike, The, T. P. W. C., 348
  • - Hydraulic Pumping Engines at Margate, Bald¬win Latham, 455
  • - Improvements in Wheel-moulding Machines, Bodley Brothers and Co., 131
  • - Incrustation and Corrosion in Boilers, R. D. Smillie and Co., 326
  • - Indian Public Works Department, Indian Engineer, 251
  • - Indicators for Gas Engines, C. F. Budenberg, 421
  • - Indicators for Gas Engines, Drake and Gorham, 392
  • - Indicators for Gas Engines, A Gas Engine Man, 357
  • - Indicators for Gas Engines, Gas Engine Man No. 2, 392
  • - Indicators for Gas Engines, Tester, 412
  • - Interdependence of Abstract Science and Engineering, J. Morgan, 479
  • - Inventor of Gutta-percha-covered Wire, The, F. K. Dancbell, 131
  • - Inventor of Gutta-percha Covered Wire, The, P. J., 28
  • - Inventor of Gutta-percha Covered Wire, The, Alex. Siemens, 49
  • - Inventor of Gutta-percha Covered Wires, The, Carl Siemens, 160
  • - Lantern Stereoscope, The, John Anderton, 575
  • - Large Gas Engines v. Steam Power and Gas Producers, P. F. MacCullum, 501
  • - Large Gas Engines v. Steam Engines, Henry J. Rogers, 470
  • - Lead Pipe Joints? G. R,, 407
  • - Lillie Concentrator, The, Concentrator, 407
  • - Limited Liability Companies, G. Fredk. Ransome, 575
  • - Locomotive Question in New South Wales, The, Thos. Middleton, 454
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued) :—
  • - London Chamber of Arbitration, The, Civis, 208
  • - Long Steel Plates, Douglas Upton, 412
  • - Macaroni, Vermicelli, and Table Salt Machinery ? Calcutta, 363
  • - Machinery of Torpedo Gunboats, Hy. M. Rounth waite 575
  • - Margate Sewage Pumps, Baldwin Latham, 501
  • - Margate Sewage Pumps, Arthur Rigg, 479
  • - Maxim’s Experiments, Hiram S. Maxim, 28
  • - Melting Borings and Turnings? J. H. C., 545
  • - Minimum Temperature, E. Blass, 493
  • - Mystery of Steam, The, Anthony S. Bower, 100, 228, 250
  • - Mystery of Steam, The, Wm. Donaldson, 28, 100, 131, 250
  • - Mystery of Steam, The, Robert Mansel, 131, 228
  • - Mystery of Steam, The, Q., 208
  • - Mystery of Steam, The, W. P. Steinthal, 228
  • - Mystery of Steam, The, X., 100
  • - New Admiraltv Programme, The, G. W. C., 229
  • - New Idea for Setting Out the Centre Line of Tunnels, J. Tertius Wood, 317
  • - New Railway Rates and Boilers, The, Prendre Garde, 29
  • - Night Sights, Hubert Grenfell, 551
  • - Note on Data of Trials of Danish R.N. Cruiser “Geiser,” Robert Mansel, 48
  • - Oil Engines : Is a Distinctive Name Wanted ; A Member, R.A.S.E., 513
  • - Output of Bolts and Nuts, The, O. M., 385
  • - Overheating and “ Missing Ships,” J. Lawrence-Hamilton, 29
  • - Packet Filling Machines ? Powder, 495
  • - Palatine Gas Engine, The, J. C. R. Okes, 29
  • - Papier Mach£, E. A., 341
  • - Parliament and the London Water Companies, Evan Jones, 317
  • - Pembroke and Milford Haven as Atlantic Liner Ports, R. P., 29
  • - Portland Cement Joints, China Coaster, 49
  • - Propeller Shafts, Charles Lock, 187
  • - Proposed Pier at Morecambe, The, Thos. P. Worthington, 49
  • - Propulsion of Ships, The, R. de Villamil, 501
  • - “Punch ” and Stress Diagrams, W. H. Bidder, 109
  • - Quilting Machinery ? D. A. E., 33
  • - Radiant Heat, M. A., 288, 338
  • - Radiant Heat, R. H., 288
  • - Radiant Heat, Ignoramus, 288
  • - Radiant Heat, Oliver Lodge, 228, 251, 287
  • - Radiant Heat, S. Tolver Preston, 287
  • - Radiant Heat,. II., 251
  • - Radiant Heat, Your Reviewer, 268
  • - Radiant Heat, G. D. S., 228
  • - Radiant Heat, Luke Williams, 228
  • - Rashleigh Phipps and Co., A. Rashleigh Phipps, 79
  • - Rigg’s Hydraulic Sewage Pumps, Wm. Donaldson, 411
  • - Rigg’s Hydraulic Sewage Pumps, Reculvers, 411
  • - Rigg’s Hydraulic Sewage Pumps at Margate, Arthur Rigg, 421
  • - Rope Gearing, Jorgen Bjornstad, 288
  • - Rope Gearing, G. T. P., 268, 317, 357
  • - Rope Gearing, John S. Raworth, 338
  • - Sand and Mud Dredgers worked on Shore, B. P., 253
  • - Screw Propellers, Robert Mansel, 383
  • - Screw Propellers, R. de Villamil, 251
  • - Screw Propulsion with Non-reversible Engines, Robert McGlasson, 251, 268, 383
  • - Self-sustaining Lifts, Archibald Smith and Stevens, 289
  • - Separable Lamp, The, Hiram S. Maxim, 150
  • - Shells v. Hard-faced Armour, J. H. Mansel, 76
  • - Shipbuilding on the Mersey, John Jones and Sons, 131
  • - Silvoline ? Skylight, 79
  • - Slipways? X. Y., 473
  • - Smokeless Powder, E. Ristori, 150
  • - Some Mechanical and Electrical Analogies, F. Bedell and A. C. Crehore, 109
  • - South-Eastern Railway “Facilities,” A Traveller, 268, 357
  • - Solar Gravitation and Eclipse Phenomena, S. Tolver Preston, 383
  • - Square Crane Shafts ? Bonus, 33
  • - Submarine Torpedo, The, Reginald Bolton, 208
  • - Telegraphing Portraits, Alex. Glen, 160
  • - Theory of Practical Experience, Juvenis, 76
  • - Thermal Storage, Voltampfere, 76, 108
  • - Toilet Comb Machinery ? Herbert Coward, 519
  • - Tractive Force of Locomotives, The, Jas. Dunlop, 28
  • - Trade Mark Protection in Bulgaria and Greece, Reginald W. Barker, 187
  • - “Train de Luxe,” The, R., 101
  • - Train Resistance, Loco., 421
  • - Trial of H.M.S. “Hood,” Robt. Mansel, 186
  • - Truth in Science, Oliver Lodge, 338
  • - Tube Drawing Benches, Sam. Fisher and Co., 149, 208
  • - Tube Drawing Benches, Samuel Platt, 160, 229
  • - Tubular Frame Wagons, A. G. E., 470
  • - Turning India-rubber? W. A. H., 341
  • - Twenty-horse Oil Engine, Weyman and Hitchcock, 513
  • - “Umbria” Accident, The, The Electrical Company, Limited, 28
  • - Vacuum Jackets, Bryan Donkin, 161
  • - Vacuum Jackets, Robt. McGlasson, 150
  • - Value of Rented Steam Power? The, Power, 253
  • - Velocities with Modern Guns and Explosives, A. Noble, 108
  • - Wood-screw Making Machinery, S. B. and Co., 147
  • - Water-tube Boilers, English Bill, 347
  • - Water-tube Boilers, M. E., 317
  • - Water-tube Boilers, High Pressure, 317
  • - Water-tube Boilers, Kubberdar, 317
  • - Water-tube Boilers, Mill’s Patent Sectional Boiler Company, 348
  • - Water-tube Boilers, John S. Raworth, 348
  • - Water-tube Boilers, J. L. S., 289
  • - Welded Steam Pipes, For Thos. Piggott and Co., Limited, 38
  • - Woodite? A. H., 519
  • - Woodite, Max Baker, 545
  • - Workmen’s Tools? A. E., 189
  • Leven Shipyard Awards Scheme, 4
  • “Libertad,” Gun Trials of the, 25
  • Lifts, Hydraulic, 502
  • Lifts, Self-sustaining, 289
  • Lighthouse, Dassen Island, 447
  • Lighthouses Abroad, 142
  • Lillie Concentrator, The, 407
  • Limited Liability Companies, 575
  • Lines in Engineering Works, Mr. Wilson Hartnell on the Use of, 121
  • Liquefaction of Air, The, 83, 432, 451
  • Lister’s Milling Machine, 402
  • LITERATURE:
  • - Annuaire du Bureau des Longitudes pour 1’An 1893, 57
  • - Atlantic Ferry, The: Its Ships, Men, and Working, By A. J. Maginnis, 169
  • - Blasting, Oscar Guttman, 80
  • - The Colliery Manager’s Pocket-book for 1893, 277
  • - Constanzione ed Eserci zio delle Strade Ferrate e del Tram vie Nonne pratiche date da una eletta di Specialisti, 451
  • - Continental Electric Light Central Stations, with Notes on the Methods in Actual Prac tice for Distributing Electricity in Towns, by Killingworth Hedges, 169
  • - Des Ingenieurs Taschenbuch, Parts I. and IL, 387
  • - Development of Photography, by Julius S. Sachse, 408
  • - German Armour Constructions and French Imitations, Von Schutz, 521
  • - Introduction to the Differential and Integral Calculus, with Examples of Application to Mechanical Problems, by W. J. Miller, 212
  • - Journal of the United States Artillery, January Number, 365
  • - Kalender fur Maschinen Ingenieure, 1893, 80
  • - London County Council, Report on Technical Education, 428
  • - Modern Mechanism, Exhibiting the Latest Progress in Machines, Motors, and the Trans¬mission of Power, Edited by Park Benjamin, 497
  • - Naval Annual for 1803, The, 475
  • - Die Nord Amerikanischen Eisenbahnen, by Th. Bute and A. von Borries, 276
  • - Our Country Birds and How to Know them, by W. J. Gordon, 57
  • - Physics, Advanced Course, by George F. Barker, 450
  • - Pioneers of Science, by Oliver Lodge, 190
  • - Pocket-book for Miners and Metallurgists; Compiled by Fred Danvers Power, 212
  • - Portland Cement u. seine Anwendung in Bau- wesen (Portland Cement and its Use in. Building Construction), E. Toeche, 57
  • - Practical Electric Light Fitting, by F. C.- Allsop, 297
  • - Reference Book for Marine Engineers and Naval Architects, Arranged by Hedley Oliver, 191
  • - Simple Explanations of Engineering Formulae, Direct Stress and Stiffness, by R. W. Western, 212
  • - The Steam Engine, a Treatise on Steam Engines and Boilers, &c., by Dan. Kinnear Clark, 254, 320
  • - Street Railway Motors, with Descriptions and Costs of Plants and Operation of the Various Systems in Use or Proposed for Motive Power on Street Railways, by Herman Haupt, 497
  • - Text-book of Coal Mining, by Herbert W. Hughes, 104
  • - Theorie u. Praxis der Eisenbahn Geleisen, by Von Alois Stane, 365
  • - Transactions of the American Society of Mecha¬nical Engineers, Vol. xiii., 148, 234
  • - United States Annual of the Office of Naval Intelligence, 127
  • - Year Book of Science, Edited for 1892 by Prof. T. G. Bonney, 386
  • Little Late, A, 190
  • Liverpool Cold Storage Company’s Works, 374> 381
  • Liverpool Overhead Railway, Engines at the Generating Station, Messrs. Musgrave and Sons, 358, 366
  • Liverpool Overhead Railway, The, 70, 76, 118, 119, 120, 121, 124, 151, 217, 358, 366
  • Llangefui, Water Supply and Sewerage of, 236
  • Lockyer, Professor Norman, Photographs of the- Localities Selected in Brazil and Africa during, the Last Eclipse of the Sun, 488
  • Locomotive, Baldwin Narrow Gauge Express, 91
  • Locomotives, Big, 407
  • Locomotives, Compound, 187
  • Locomotive, On the Construction of the Modern,. 157, 223
  • Locomotives, Early, Mr. La Trobe-Bateman, 142
  • Locomotives, Electric, in France, 151
  • Locomotive Engines, Heating Surface in, 103
  • Locomotives, English v. American, 48, 108, 149
  • Locomotives, English, in New South Wales, 128, 132
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, Mr. J. A. F. Aspinall, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway (Supplements, April 21st, 1893)
  • Locomotive, Extraordinary, Mr. Heilmann, 520
  • Locomotive Forgings and the Tools for Making them, 223, 224
  • Locomotives, English Express, 108
  • Locomotive, The Heilmann Electrical, 551
  • Locomotive, High-speed, Mr. Joseph J. Tyrrell,. 490
  • Locomotive on the London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway with Joy’s Oil Valve Gear, 445
  • Locomotive, The Modern, 157, 223
  • Locomotive Question in New South Wales, The, 454
  • Locomotive Spark Family, The Great, 421
  • Locomotives, The Tractive Force of, 28
  • Locomotive, Winby’s Express, 355, 359, 384, 389, 409, 431
  • Lodge, Professor O. J., on the Foundations of Dynamics, 456
  • Loewe and Co., Messrs., Rifle Barrel Drilling Machine, 491
  • Logarithmic Co-ordinate Sheets, Human’s, 419
  • London Chamber of Arbitration, 208, 429, 490, 535
  • London Chamber of Commerce, Electrical Trades’ Section, 488
  • London Chamber of Commerce, Engineering Trades’ Section, 412
  • London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, Short lands and Nunhead Line (Supplement, Feb¬ruary, 17th), 139, 140, 141
  • London, Electric Lighting in, 204
  • London Electric Supply Corporation, the Con- densing Plant (Supplement, May 12th) 397, 398
  • London Fires, 80
  • London Geological Field Class, 84
  • London Hydraulic Power Co., The (Supplement, January 20th 1893), 43, 47, 51
  • London and North-Western Railway, Deviation Viaducts, 227, 230
  • London Tramways, The Purchase of, 273
  • Long, Rear-Admiral, on the Present Position of Cruisers in Naval Warfare, 243
  • Leng Steel Plates, 412
  • Lowca Engineering Co., The Duplex Hydraulic Crane, 441, 448
  • Lubricator, Sight Feed, Messrs. Hunt and Mitton, 542
  • “Lucania” and the “Campania,” Launching of the, 127, 202, 203
  • Lucas and Aird, Messrs., The West Highland Railway, 527
  • Luminous Fountains, M. Trouve, 410
  • Lupton, Professor, on Spontaneous Combustion in Coal Mines, 182
  • Luxemburg Blast Furnaces, Large Blowing Engines, The Cockerill Co., 426, 432, 440, 441, 444, 464
  • MCDONALD, Mr. J. A., Midland Railway, Saxby and Bourne Line, 50, 52, 58
  • McEvoy, Captain, Hydrophone, 488
  • McGlasson Reversing Propeller, The, 551
  • Machinery Abroad, British, 516
  • Machinery Hall, Chicago Exhibition, 562, 566, 567
  • Machinery and Millwork, 335
  • Machinery Rating Bill, The, 182
  • Machinery of Torpedo Gunboat, 575
  • Machinery Trials of H.M. First-class Torpedo Gunboat “Circe,” 195
  • Machinery Trials of H.M.S. “Hood,” 142
  • McIntyre, Mr. J. H. A., on Lathes, 89
  • McOnie, Harvey, and Co., Triple-effet Evaporator, 27
  • Maginnis’s Ink and Colour Saucer and Stand, 173
  • Magnetic Adhesion, Towing by, 420, 422
  • Magnetic Curve Tracer, Professor Ewing (Fig. 4), 400
  • Mahler Shell, The, 300
  • Main Bearings, The Best Design for, 329
  • Manchester, Hydraulic Power in, 521
  • Manchester Sewage Scheme Arbitration, The, 220
  • Manchester and Sheffield Railway Extensions, 56
  • Manchester Ship Canal, The, 27, 52, 106, 227, 230, 297, 375, 380, 387, 406, 412, 465, 468, 521
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Bridges on the, 380, 387, 406, 412, 465, 468
  • Manchester Ship Canal, No more Passes to Visit, 375
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Railway Deviation Viaducts, 227, 230
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Sanitary Dangers from the, 521
  • Mansfield and Sons, Messrs., Oil Gas-making Apparatus, 550
  • Map of London Improvements, 1893, 132
  • Maps Showing Proposed Railways and Camps in Turkey, 179
  • “Marco Polo,” The Italian Cruiser (Supplement, March 24th, 1893), 248
  • Margate, The Main Drainage of, 61
  • Margate Sewerage Pumps, Rigg’s, 501
  • Margate Sewerage Works, Rigg’s Hydraulic Sewage Pumps, 376, 411, 421, 455, 479
  • Marine Boilers, Stay Tubes in, 34
  • Marine Engines, Compound, 364
  • Marine Feed-water Heater, The Worthington, 144
  • Marked Files, 168
  • Martin, Mr. C. Rous, American Engines in New Zealand, 91
  • Maxim’s Aeroplane, 226
  • Maxim’s Experiments, 28
  • Maxwell, Sir Herbert, “Ancient Myth and Late Romance,” 324
  • May’s Revolution Counter, 287
  • Measuring Wake Currents, Mr. Geo. A. Calvert on, 244
  • Mechanical Efficiency of Prime Movers, Mr. S. H. Wells on the, 437
  • Mechanical and Electrical Analogies, Some, 109
  • Mechanical Engineering, 12
  • Mechanical Engineering at the Chicago Exhibition, 562
  • Mechanical Flight, Hiram S. Maxim, 226
  • Merry weather and Sons, Messrs., Steam Fire Engine for Calcutta, 287
  • Mersey, Navigation of the, 316
  • Mersey, Shipbuilding on the, 95
  • Metallurgy, 16
  • Meteorological Problems, Mr. Shelford Bidwell on some, 280
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Corporation, 368
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Co., Amberlev-road Station, 522—525
  • Mexico, Drainage of the Valley of, 224
  • Michelson’s Method of Producing Interference Bands, 488
  • Midland Railway, Dining Cars on the, 552
  • Midland Railway New Works, The, 168
  • Midland Railway, Saxby and Bourne Line, The, 50, 52, 58
  • Mill Dam Construction, Russian, Mr. R. H. Lunn, 163
  • Mill Engines, 5000-Horse Power, Messrs. Hick Hargreaves and Co., 486
  • Mill Engines, 1000-Horse Power, Triple-expansion, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves and Co. (Supplement, June 23rd, 1893), 351
  • Milling Machine, Messrs. Hulse and Co., 423
  • Milling Machine, Lister’s, 402
  • Milling Machine and Cutters, Ingersoll Gang, 106
  • Milne, Professor John, Earth Pulsations and Mine Gas, 500
  • Milton, Mr. T. J., Some Alterations of Form to which Boilers are Subject when under Working Conditions, 266
  • Minimum Temperature, 493
  • Mine Gas, Earth Pulsations and, 500
  • Miner Mr. E. F., on Anchoring Bolts in Stone, 350
  • Minerals and Mortality in Mines, 320
  • Miners’ Wages, Reduction of, 574
  • Miners Wages in Yorkshire, Derbyshire, and Lancashire, 546
  • Mines, On the Detection of Fire-damp in, 182
  • Mines and Railways, English and American, 584
  • Mines, Spontaneous Combustion in Coal, Prof Lupton on, 182
  • Mines, Ventilation of, Mr. J. C. B. Hendy on the, 182
  • Mines, Ventilation of, Mr. T. A. Southern on, 182
  • Mining by Fire, 500
  • Mining Machinery, 395
  • Mining Machinery and Safety, 428
  • Mining and Miners, Sir Geo. Elliott on their Past and Present Position, 500
  • Mining in New Zealand, Mr. Geo. J. Binns, 499
  • Miscellanea, 5, 32, 53, 77, 97, 123, 143, 165, 183, 205, 232, 247, 269, 293, 313, 339, 361, 379, 401, 425, 443, 471, 489, 517, 543, 578
  • Modern Locomotive, On the Construction of the, 157, 223
  • Modern Warfare as Affecting the Mercantile Marine of Great Britain, by Lieut. Crutchley, 168
  • More, Mr. C. J., Wreck Raising in the River Thames, 456
  • Morecambe, The Proposed Pier at, 49
  • Mortars, Hydraulic, Recent Investigations on, 62
  • Mounting Heavy Guns Afloat, 80
  • Mudd’s Arrangement of Condenser Tubes, 248
  • Mudd’s Patent Tail Shaft Preserver, 452
  • Mueller Coal, Heavy Hauling, and Transfer Company, Heavy Wagon Construction, 377
  • Mule Carts for India, 160
  • Musgrave and Sons, Messrs., Engines at the Generating Station, Liverpool Overhead Railway, 358, 366
  • Mystery of Steam, The, 100, 131, 208, 228, 250
  • “NARONIC,” The White Star, s.s., 248
  • “Naronic,” The Loss of the, 253
  • Naval Barracks for the Medway Steam Reserve, 168
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 26, 52, 151, 173, 218, 289, 368, 390, 415, 504, 510, 552
  • Naval Manoeuvres, 1892, Umpire’s Report on, 319
  • Navies of the Great Powers, The, 505
  • Navigation Congress, Inland, 195
  • Navigation in Russia, Inland, 535
  • Navy, Admiralty Commission on Boilers in the, 190
  • Navy Committee on Boilers, Report of the, 417
  • Navy, The United States, 310
  • Neale, Deodatus Hilin, 342
  • Nelson Bros., Messrs., Cold Meat Stores, 299
  • Nettlefold and Jones’ Hydraulic Valve, 542
  • New South Wales Government Railways, Express Locomotive, 128
  • New South Wales Government Railways, 128, 129
  • “New York,” The New United States Cruiser, 452
  • New York Rapid Underground Railway, 49
  • New Zealand, American Engines in, 91
  • Newman, Mr. R. W., Sanitary Engineering of Dwellings, 356
  • Newton’s Reflecting Telescope, 488
  • Niagara Tunnel Works, Portal, 93
  • Nickel Harveyed Plate Trial, American, 286
  • Night Sights, 551
  • “9 de Julio,” The, 142, 145
  • Noakes and Son, Messrs. D., Photographic Apparatus, 325
  • Noble and Lund, Messrs., Band Saws for (Cold Steel, 476
  • North British Railway, The, 276
  • North-Eastern Railway Extensions, 151
  • North-Eastern Railway Company, Double Line between Barras and Kirkby Stephen, 378
  • North of England, The, 19, 39, 65, 87, 111, 133, 153, 175, 197, 219, 239, 261, 281, 303, 327, 349, 369, 393, 413, 435, 457, 480, 481,503,529, 555, 583
  • North Pole at Paris, The, 27
  • Northampton Sewage Disposal, 447
  • Note on Data of Trials of D. R. N. Cruiser, “Geiser,” 48
  • Notes and Memoranda, 5, 32, 53, 77, 97, 123, 143, 165, 183, 205, 232, 247, 269, 293, 313, 339, 361, 379, 401, 425, 443, 471, 489, 517, 543, 578
  • Notes from Scotland, 20, 40, 66, 88, 112,133, 154, 176, 198, 220, 240, 262, 282, 304, 328, 350, 370, 394, 414, 436, 458, 482, 504, 530, 556, 584
  • Notes from Germany, 20, 40, 66, 88, 112, 134, 154, 176, 198, 220, 240, 262, 282, 304, 328, 350, 370, 394, 414, 436, 458, 482, 504, 530, 556, 584
  • Notes from Lancashire, 19, 38, 65, 87, 111, 133, 152, 175, 197, 219, 239, 261, 281, 303, 327, 349, 369, 393, 413, 435, 457, 480, 503, 529, 555, 583
  • Notices to Correspondents, 11, 33, 55, 79, 103, 125, 147, 167, 189, 211, 233, 253, 275, 295 319, 341, 363, 385, 407, 427, 449, 473, 495, 519, 545, 573
  • OBITUARY
  • - Anderson, Sir Jas., 412
  • - Andrews, Mr. C., 246
  • - Carpmael, Mr. Alfred, 105
  • - Carrick, Mr. Sam, 552
  • - Cowper, Edw. Alfred, 429
  • - Findlay, Sir George, 277
  • - Gordon, Mr. J. E. H., 131
  • - Laird, Mr. Henry H., 467
  • - Neale, Mr. Deodatus Hilin, 346
  • - Ransome, Mr. Fred, 412
  • - Richardson, Mr. Wm., 9
  • Oglethorpe’s Hydraulic Steering Gear, 527
  • Oil Engines: Is a Distinctive Name Wanted ? 513
  • Oil Engine, Messrs. Crossley Brothers, 548
  • Oil Engine Launch “ Petrel,” The, 325
  • Oil Engine Launch, Priestman’s, 551
  • Oil Engine, Roots’, 257
  • Oil Engine Trials, 479
  • Oil Engine, “Trusty,” 469
  • Oil Engine, 20-Horse, 513
  • Oil Engine, Vertical, Messrs. Weyman and Hitch- cock, 544, 549
  • Oil Filter, Freyer’s, 260
  • Oil and Gas Engines at the Royal Show, 548, 549, 575, 576, 577
  • Oil and Gas Engines—see also Engines, Oil and Gas
  • Oil Gas-making Apparatus, Messrs. Mansfield and Sons, 550
  • Oil Motor, The Daimler, 322
  • Oil Valve Gear, Joy’s, 445
  • Old Crewe Engineers’ Dinner, 187
  • Ore Sampling Machine, Bridgman’s Automatic, 35
  • Organic Evolution, Lectures on the Factors of, 109
  • Otto Cycle Gas Engine, The Stockport, 549
  • Otto Gas Engine, Crossley’s, 576
  • Outlook in the Iron Trade, The, 69
  • Output of Bolts and Nuts ? The, 385
  • Overhead Railway, The Liverpool, 70, 76, 118, 121, 124, 151
  • Overheating and “Missing” Ships, 29
  • Oxygen, Action of the Electric Discharge on, Mr. Shenstone and Mr. Priest, 488
  • PACKET Filling Machines? 495
  • Palatine Gas Engine, The, 29
  • Pallograph, Mr. Otto Schlick’s, 292
  • Panama Canal, Labour at the, 116
  • Papier Mache ? 341
  • Parabolic Arch with Three Pivots, Theory of, 307, 418
  • Paris a Seaport, 364
  • Paris Universal Exhibition of 1900, 508, 509
  • Paris Water Supply, 510
  • Parliament and the London Water Companies, 275, 317
  • Parliamentary Committee on Electric Traction Powers, The, 547, 581
  • Paving, Sapless Cedar Block, 150
  • Pearl Fishing by Mechanical Aids, 449
  • Pedriek and Ayer, Messrs., Centrifugal Emery Grinding Machines, 235
  • Pelton Water Wheel, The Invention of the, 40
  • Pembroke and Milford Haven as Atlantic Liner Ports, 29
  • Penn and Sons, Messrs., Triple-expansion Engines of the “Sappho” and “Scylla” (Supplement, March 3rd, 1893), 184, 188
  • Persia, Telegraphs in, 474
  • Peterhead Harbour of Refuge, 160
  • “Petrel,” The Oil Engine Launch, 325
  • Petrol Motor, The Daimler, Fixed and Portable, 322
  • Petroleum Engine, Priestman’s, 367
  • Petroleum Engine, The Rocket, 388
  • Phenomenal Railway Speeds, 34
  • Photographic Exhibition, The Crystal Palace, 325
  • Photographing Plans and Drawings in a Bad Light, 270
  • Photogravure by the Talbot-Klic Process, 159, 226
  • Photometer, A New, Sir David Salomons, Bart., 463
  • Pickering’s Pulley with Ball Bearings, 260
  • Pier at Dover, The New, 451
  • Pier at Morecambe, The Proposed, 49
  • Pigments, Permanency of Egyptian and other, 354
  • Planing Machine for the Haslam Foundry Co., Derry, 162
  • Plenty and Co., Messrs., Triple-expansion Condensing Engines, 99
  • Plate, Harvey-Vickers, 117
  • Plate Steel Saddles, Portable Engines with, 541
  • Plate Trial, American Nickel Harveyed, 286
  • Plate Trial, Harvey, 60, 117
  • Plate Trials on Future Warfare, Bearing of Recent, 253
  • Plate Trials, Russian Armour, 256
  • Plate, Flanged Riveted, 419
  • Plumbago, Canadian, 29
  • Pneumatic Carving Machine, Tyler and Ellis’s, 260
  • Pneumatic Caulker, Ross’s, 315
  • Pneumatic Conveyor Plant, 498
  • Polar Ship “Fram,” Triple-expansion Engines for, 246, 252
  • Pollitt, Mr. Harry, on “Train Lighting” and “Carriage Warming,” 121
  • Popular Education, 55
  • Portland Cement Joints, 49
  • Portraits, Telegraphing, 160
  • Position of Firemen, The, A Suggestion from Thos. Mudd and the Result, 49
  • Porter, Mr. Albert H., Niagara Tunnel Works, 93
  • Powdered Coal and Smoke, 168
  • Practical Experience, Theory or, 76
  • Preece, Mr. W. H., Submarine Borers, 488
  • Prescot, Completion of a New Watch Factory at, 36
  • Presentation, 107
  • Press, Pullan and Mann’s Brick and Tile, 106
  • Priestman’s Oil Engine Launch, the McGlasson Reversing Propeller, 551
  • Priestman’s Petroleum Engine, 367
  • Private Bills in Parliament, 8, 36, 60, 83, 109, 127, 172, 194, 209, 236, 259, 272, 297, 321, 360, 389, 404, 431, 442, 467, 500, 511, 546
  • Private Wagons, The Railway Companies and the Question of, 580
  • Progress, Mr. F. J. Garnish on, 52
  • Propeller Shafts, 187
  • Propellers, Screw, 251
  • Propulsion of Ships, 341, 501
  • Protection of English Commerce, The, 168
  • Public Works in Greece, 386
  • Pullan and Mann’s Brick and Tile Press, 106
  • Pulley with Ball Bearings, Pickering’s, 260
  • Pulley and Belt Calculator, Goold’s, 429
  • Pump, Duplex Boiler Feed, 476
  • Pump, a High-speed Waterworks, 193
  • Pump Starter, Tangye’s, 577
  • Pump Valves, Berchem’s, 410
  • Pumps, Foundation, 411
  • Pumps, High-speed, 326, 411
  • Pumps, High-speed Waterworks, 193, 268, 289, 421, 455
  • Pump, Variable Delivery, 315
  • Pumps, Rigg’s Hydraulic Sewage, Margate. 376, 411, 421, 455, 479, 501
  • Pumps in Series, Centrifugal, 270
  • Punch and Stress Diagrams, 109
  • Pumping Engine for Brazil, Davey’s Triple-expan¬sion, 26, 31, 76, 109
  • Pumping Engines, New Commercial Graving Dock, Barry, South Wales (Supplement, January 13th, 1893), 30
  • Pumping Engines, Worthington, Chicago Exhibition, 245
  • Purity of Water in Marine Boilers, Necessity of, 89
  • Pyrometer, Professor Roberts Austen (Fig. 3) 400
  • QUADRUPLE Expansion Engines, 163, 166
  • Quadruple Expansion Engines, s.s. “Fonar,” 102, 105
  • Quilting Machinery ? 33
  • RADIANT Heat, 211, 228, 251, 268, 287, 288, 338
  • Rail Cleaning Apparatus, Conradi’s, 498, 499
  • Rails, Heavier, 208
  • Rails, Twisting of, by Heat, on Dundee and Forfar Railway, 535
  • Railway Accidents, 363
  • Railway, Another Proposed Derbyshire, 297
  • Railway Carriage Wheels, Balancing, 101
  • Railway Classification in Russia, 447
  • Railway Companies, and the Question of Private Wagons, 580
  • Railway Companies, and the Supplies of Locomotive Coal, 497
  • Railway Deviations, Manchester Ship Canal, 227, 230
  • Railway Diary and Officials’ Directory, The, 20
  • Railway Disaster at Thirsk, The, 37
  • Railway Employes Interchange Privilege Ticket Movement, 24
  • Railway Enterprise in the East, 496
  • Railways in European Turkey, 316
  • Railway Extensions, Manchester and Sheffield, 56
  • Railway Extensions and Traffic Arrangements, Pans Exhibition in 1900, 508, 509
  • Railway, The First German, 531
  • Railway, The Jaffa and Jerusalem, 459
  • Railway, Liverpool Overhead Electrical, 70, 76, 118, 119, 120, 121, 124, 151, 217, 358, 366
  • Railway Luggage, A New Method of Handling, 342, 344
  • Railway Map of England and Wales, 98
  • Railway, Midland, Saxby and Bourne Line, 50, 52, 58
  • Railways and Mines, English and Amencan, 584
  • Railway, New York Rapid Underground, 49
  • Railway, North-Eastern Extensions, 151
  • Railway Matters, 5, 32, 53, 77, 97, 123, 143, 165, 183, 205, 232, 247, 269, 293, 313, 339, 361, 379, 401, 425, 443, 471, 489, 517, 543, 578
  • Railway Profile, Wellington and Manawatu, 91
  • Railway, The Proposed Inter-continental, 96
  • Railway, Shortlands and Nunhead (Supplement, February 17th), 139, 140, 141
  • Railway, the Siberian, 552
  • Railway Speed Recorder, The Boyer, 430
  • Railway Speeds, Phenomenal, 34
  • Railway, The Swansea and Mumbles, 459
  • Railway Tickets, Early, 289, 326, 348
  • Railway, The West Highland, 527
  • Railway Works and Prospects, Scottish, 234
  • “Ramillies,” The “ Campania ” and the, 236, 246
  • Range Furnace, Leggott and Marsh’s, 260
  • “Rapid Traverser,” Mr. Jas. Henderson, 259
  • Rashleigh, Phipps, and Co., 79
  • Ratchet Brace, The, 207
  • Rate of Explosion in Gases, Professor H. B. Dixon on the, 151
  • Rates, Railway, 29, 59, 96, 204, 315
  • Rayleigh, Lord, on Sound and Vibrations, 109, 158, 217, 324, 354
  • Rayleigh, Lord, on Testing Plane Surfaces by Interference Phenomena, 390
  • Reading Sewage Pumping Plant, Gas Engine, 433
  • Reading Waterworks Extensions, 516
  • Reckenzaun and Binswanger, Messrs., Electricity Meter, 410
  • Redwood, Professor, Water Finder, 258
  • Reed, Sir Edw., Government Appointment, 132
  • Refrigerating Machinery and American Practice, 364
  • Refrigerating Plant, Southampton Docks, 461, 462
  • Registration of Mortgages on Machinery, 154
  • Regulation of Explosives, The, 495
  • Reid, Mr. John E., On Commercial Colour Printing, 437
  • Rented Steam Power, The Value of, 253
  • Repair of the “Umbria’s” Screw Shaft, 59
  • Report of the Navy Committee on Boilers, 417
  • Retort Houses, Coal and Coke Conveyors for, 170, 171, 172
  • Revolution Counter, May’s, 287
  • Reynolds, Professor Osborne, Textile Fabric Contrivance giving Motions Analogous to Vortex Rings in Fluids, 488
  • Richardson, Mr. William, 9
  • Rifle Barrel Drilling Machine, Messrs. Ludwig, Loewe and Co., 491
  • Riga-Dvinsk Railway, The, 301
  • Rigging a Jury Rudder, 89
  • Rigg’s Hydraulic Sewage Pumps, Margate Sewerage Works, 193, 376, 411, 421, 455, 479, 501
  • River Severn Improvements, 138
  • Rivetting Machinery, Liverpool Overhead Electrical Railway, 71, 75
  • Road Roller, Messrs. Thomas Green and Sons, 539
  • Road Roller, Compound, Messrs. Aveling and Porter, 536
  • Road Scarifier, Voysey and Hosack’s, 196
  • Roads in Colombia and Ecuador, 417
  • Roadways of Suspension Bridges, 225
  • Roberts-Austen, Professor Chandler, on “Alloys,” 195
  • Robey and Co., Messrs., 86-Horse Power Gas Engine, 544, 550
  • Rocket Petroleum Engine, Tbe, 388
  • Roller and Ball Bearings, 309
  • Roller, Road, Messrs. Thomas Green and Sons, 539
  • Roller, Road, Messrs. Aveling and Porter, 536
  • Rolling Stock, New First and Third-class Dining Cars on the Midland Railway, 552
  • Root’s Boiler, Furnace-cased, 299
  • Root’s Oil Engine, 257
  • Rope Gearing, 268, 288, 317, 338, 357
  • Ropes, Cotton, 575
  • Ross’s Pneumatic Caulker, 315
  • Rothamsted Jubilee Fund, 273
  • Rouen, Rise of the Port of, 24
  • Rousseau and F. Balland’s Variable Throw Pump, 315
  • Royal Agricultural Society and its Judges, The, 320
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Show at Chester, Plan of, 500
  • ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW, CHESTER, 289 :-
  • - Andrews’ “Stockport” Self-starter, 577
  • - Aveling and Porter, Messrs., Compound Road RoUer, 536
  • ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW (continued) :—
  • - Burrell and Co., Messrs., Compound Traction Engines, 535, 537
  • - Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., Doublecylinder Traction Engine, 540
  • - Clayton and Shuttle worth, Messrs., Portable Engine Fitted for Liquid Fuel on Holden’s System, 541
  • - Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., “Trusty” Oil Engine, 549
  • - Clerk Lanchester Gas Engine Starter, The, 550
  • - Cooper, Mr. Thos., Digging Machine, 539
  • - Crossley Bros., Messrs., 4-Horse Power Oil Engine, 548
  • - Crossley’s Otto Gas Engine, 25-Horse Power Nominal, 576
  • - Crossley’s Oil Engine Valve Gear, 575
  • - Engines, Oil and Gas, at, 575, 577
  • - Fielding and Platt’s Gas Engine, 100 Indicated Horse-Power, 548, 577
  • - Foden and Son’s, Messrs., Compound Cylinder, 538
  • - Fowler and Co., Messrs., Spring Traction Engine, 538
  • - Gas and Oil Engines at, 575, 577
  • - Green and Son, Messrs. Thos., Road Roller, 539
  • - Hornsby Akroyd Portable Oil Engine, The, 549
  • - Hunt and Mitton, Messrs., Sight-feed Lubricator, 542
  • - Implements Entered for the Royal Agricultural Society’s Silver Medals, 539
  • - Mansfield and Sons, Messrs., Oil Gas-making Apparatus, 550
  • - Miscellaneous Exhibits at, 535
  • - Nettlefold and Jones, Messrs., Hydraulic Valve, 542
  • - Priestman’s Oil Engine Launch, The McGlasson Reversing Propeller, 551
  • - Priestman Bros., Messrs., Type Oil Engine, 550
  • - Robey and Co., Messrs., 86-Horse Power Gas Engine, 544
  • - Ruston and Proctor, Messrs., Portable Engine with Plate Steel Saddles, 541
  • - Stockport Otto Cycle Gas Engine, 16-Horse Power, 549
  • - Tangye’s Gas Engine, 52-Horse Power Effective, 576
  • - Tangye’s Self-starter, 577
  • - Tangye’s Starter Pump, 577
  • - Weyman and Hitchcock, Messrs., Vertical Oil Engine, 544
  • Royal College of Science, South Kensington, Technical Education at the, 115
  • ROYAL INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRITAIN, THE :—
  • - Ancient Myth and Late Romance, Sir Herbert Maxwell, 324
  • - Electric Railways, Dr. Edward Hopkinson, 217
  • - Electrical Science, Mr. A. Siemens, 151
  • - Factors of Organic Evolution, Professor Patrick Geddes on the, 109
  • - Fogs, Clouds, and Lightning, Mr. Shelf ord Bid- well, 463
  • - General Meeting February 6th, 142
  • - Liquefaction of Air, Professor Jas. Dewar on the, 83, 432, 451
  • - Photometer, A New, Sir David Salomons, 463
  • - Sending Plans and Drawings by Telegraph, Mr. F. Galton, 130
  • - Sound and Vibrations, The Right Hon. Lord Raleigh, 109, 158, 217, 324, 354
  • - Testing Plane Surfaces by Interference Phenomena, by Lord Raleigh, 390
  • - Turacin, An Animal Pigment containing Copper, Professor A. H. Church, 158
  • - Tyndall Lectures, Mr. Jas. Swinburne on Electricity Applied to Chemistry, 390
  • ROYAL METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY:—
  • - Cloud Forms, Suggestions from a Practical Point of View for a New Classification of, Mr. F. Gaster, 424
  • - Mean Daily Maximum and Minimum Temperature at the Royal Greenwich Observatory on the Average of the Fifty Years from 1841 to 1890, Mr. W. Ellis, 424
  • - Notes on Winter, Mr. A. B. MacDowell, 424
  • - Some Meteorological Problems, Mr. Shelf ord Bidwell, 280
  • Royal Society Conversazione, Exhibits at, 400, 488
  • Roy ton Sewage Purification Works, Mr. W. G. Stone, 98
  • Rudder, Rigging a Jury, 89
  • Russell, Mr. W. J., The Permanency of Egyptian and other Pigments, 354
  • Russia, Inland Navigation in, 535
  • Russian Armour Plate Trials. 256
  • Russian Battleship “ Sinope,” 273, 274
  • Russian Mill-dam Construction, Mr. R. H. Lunn, 163
  • Russian Navy, Belted Cruiser “Dimitri Donskoi,” 472, 475
  • Ruston and Proctor, Messrs., Portable Engine with Plate Steel Saddles, 541
  • ST. CHAMOND Plate, 256
  • Salomons, Bart,, Sir David, A New Photometer, 463
  • Saltley Gasworks, Birmingham, Hydraulic Coke Stacking Crane, 399, 402
  • Sand and Mud Dredgers Worked on Shore, 253
  • Sand Shield at Blackpool, 476
  • Sandgate, The Subsidence at, 204
  • Sanitary Danger from the Manchester Ship Canal, 521
  • Sanitary Engineering, 17
  • Sanitary Engineering of Dwellings, Mr. R. W. Newman, 356
  • Saniter Process of Desulphurising Iron and Steel, The, 375, 466
  • Sapless Cedar Block Paving, 150
  • “Sappho” and “Scylla,” New Second-class Cruisers (Supplement, March 3rd, 1893), 184, 188
  • Satre, M., Tug Boat with Magnetic Chain Hauling Pulley, 420, 422
  • Saxby and Bourne Line, Midland Railway, 50, 52, 58
  • Schlick, Mr. Otto, Pallograph, An Apparatus for Measuring and Registering the Vibration of Steamers, 292
  • Scott Bros., Messrs., Double-geared Brassfinisher’s Lathe, 60
  • Science, Truth in, 296, 338
  • Scottish Railway Works and Prospects, 234
  • Screw Propellers, 251, 383
  • Screw Propellers, Bronze, 450
  • Screw Propulsion with Non-reversible Engines, 251, 268, 383
  • Screw Shaft, Repair of the “ Umbria’s,” 59
  • Seaman Carving Machine, 423
  • Seine, Improvement of the, and the Rise of the Port of Rouen, 24
  • Selected American Patents, 22, 42, 68, 90, 114, 136, 156, 178, 200, 222, 242, 264, 284, 306, 330, 352, 372, 396, 416, 438, 460, 484, 506, 532, 558, 586
  • Self-acting Adjustable Injectors, 207
  • Self-starter, Andrews’ “Stockport,” 577
  • Self-starter, Tangye’s, 577
  • Self-sustaining Lifts, 289
  • Semi-dry Brick and Tile Machine, Buchanan’s, 163, 164
  • Sending Plans and Drawings by Telegraph, Mr. F. Galton, 130
  • Separable Lamp, The, 122, 150
  • Servia, Failure of a Bridge in, 423
  • Setting-out Tunnels, A New Idea for, 317
  • Settle, Mr. Joel, Spontaneous Combustion in Coal Mines, 499
  • Severn Improvements, River, 138
  • Sewage Irrigation in India, 510
  • Sewage Pumping Plant, Reading, District Gas Engine, 433
  • Sewage Pumps, Rigg’s Hydraulic, Margate Sewerage Works, 376, 411, 42J, 455, 479
  • Sewage Purification, Huddersfield, 531
  • Sewage Scheme for Glasgow, 286
  • Sewerage of Bellingham and Wark, 304
  • Shaft-turning Machine, 511
  • Shafts, Propeller, 187
  • Shallow Conduit for Cable Railway, 412
  • Shallow Draught Steamer for the Zambesi, 553
  • Shaw, Mr. F. G., Witwatersrandt Auriferous Conglomerates, 500
  • Sheffield, Chicago, and McKinley, 104
  • Sheffield a City, 81, 117
  • Sheffield District, The, 39, 65, 87, HI, 133, 153, 175, 197, 219, 239, 262, 281, 303, 327, 349, 369, 393, 413, 435, 457, 481, 503, 529, 555, 583
  • Shells v. Hard-faced Armour, 76
  • Shenstone and Priest, Messrs., Action of the Electric Discharge on Oxygen, 488
  • Sheppard, Mr. E. M., Valve Gear, 292
  • Ship Canals, 427
  • Ship Channel Connecting Baltimore Harbour with Chesapeake Bay, Completion of the, 177
  • Shipbuilding in Ireland, 297
  • Shipbuilding in France, 374
  • Shipbuilding on the Mersey, 95, 131
  • Shipping and Shipbuilding, A Century’s Progress in, Mr. J. Adamson’s Lecture on, 122
  • Ships, Propulsion of, 501
  • Shoreham Viaduct, 360
  • Shortlands and Nunhead Railway, Mr. A. G. Drury (Supplement, February 17 th, 1893), 139, 140, 141
  • Siberian Railway, The, 552
  • Siemens, Mr. A., Electrical Science, 151
  • Sight-feed Lubricator, 542
  • Silvoline? 79
  • Sims and Co., Messrs., The Daimler 10-Horse Power Petrol Launch Motor, 323
  • “Sinope,” The Russian Battleship, 273, 274
  • Slipways? 473
  • Smelting Process for the Extraction of Silver and Gold from their Ores, Mr. H. F. Collins, 129
  • Smokeless Powder, 150
  • SOCIETY OF ARTS, THE :—
  • - Cantor Lectures, Professor Fleming’s, “The Practical Measurement of Alternating Electric Currents,” 86
  • - Cantor Lectures, Professor Chandler Roberts- Austen on “Alloys,” 195
  • - Generation of Power at Central Stations and its Distribution, Professor W. Cawthorne Unwin, 40
  • - Society, The Bath and West and Southern Counties, 370
  • SOCIETY, GLASGOW UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING:—
  • - Lathes, Mr. J. H. A, McIntyre, 89
  • SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, THE AMERICAN :—
  • - Annual Meeting of, in New York, 96
  • - Inter-Continental Railway, Mr. Kelly on the Proposed, 96
  • - Visits, 96
  • SOCIETY, THE CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS’ :—
  • - Annual Dinner, 425
  • - Foreign Grain-drying Patents, Mr. H. Calvert, 248
  • - Gas v. Electricity for Illuminating Purposes, Mr. Sidney a Court, 30
  • - Machine Tools, Mr. E. C. Amos, 142
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS
  • - Blake’s Bridge, Reading, Mr. Edmund Burrows, 378
  • - First Ordinary Meeting, Award of Premiums and Address of the President, Mr. J. W. Wilson, jun., 132
  • - Hydraulic Lifts, Mr. Robert Carey, 502
  • - Leicester Main Drainage, Mr. E. G. Mawbey, 218
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, THE AMALGAMATED :—
  • - Annual Report of, 463
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, THE WESTERN :—
  • - Sapless Cedar Block Paving, Mr. Thos. Appleton, 150
  • SOCIETY, GOLDSMITHS’ INSTITUTE ENGINEERING :—
  • - Inaugural Address of Sir Frederick Bramwell, 209
  • Society, The Iron, Hardware, and Metal Trades Pension, 497
  • SOCIETY, THE JUNIOR ENGINEERING :—
  • - Application of Small Electric Motors, Messrs. Douglas and Arthur Heap, 151
  • - Expansion Curves, Mr. W. J. Tennant, 257
  • - Feed-water Heaters, Mr. W. de Ritter, 257
  • - Sanitary Engineering of Dwellings, Mr. R. W. Newman, 356
  • - Visit to Messrs. Nelson Bros.’ Cold Meat Stores, 299
  • - Visit to the Tower Bridge Works, 512
  • - Visits to the Central Telegraph Station and the General Post-office, and to the Stations of the Westminster Electric Supply Corporation, 49
  • - Water-tube Steam Boilers, Mr. Harry Fraser, 25
  • SOCIETY, KING’S COLLEGE ENGINEERING
  • - Early Locomotives, Mr. La Trobe-Bateman, 142
  • - Element of Yacht Design, Mr. J. S. Highfield, 195
  • - Submarine Vessels, Mr. Adlard 204
  • - Turbines, Mr. Cobb, 251
  • SOCIETY, MASON COLLEGE ENGINEERING :—
  • - Engineers’ Slide Rule, Mr. J. Watkins, 282
  • - Gasmaking Plant, Mr. James Hunt, 76
  • SOCIETY OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS, THE AMERICAN, 141
  • SOCIETY, OWEN’S COLLEGE ENGINEERING:—
  • - Carriage Warming, Mr. H. Pollitt, 121
  • - Engineer’s Cutting Tools, Mr. W. H. Foster, 235
  • - Possibilities of High-speed Electric Traction, Mr. F. B. Lea, 282
  • - Royton Sewage Purification Works, Mr. W. G. Stone, 98
  • - Russian Mill-dam Construction, Mr. H. Lunn, 163
  • - Train Lighting, Mr. H. Pollitt, 121
  • SOCIETY, THE PHYSICAL :—
  • - Drawing of Curves by their Curvature, Mr. C. V. Boys, 456
  • - Foundations of Dynamics, Prof. O. J. Lodge, 456
  • SOCIETY, STEAM ENGINE MAKERS’:—
  • - Sixty-eighth Annual Report Issued by Mr. Swift, 169
  • SOCIETY, THE YORKSHIRE COLLEGE ENGINEERING, 530
  • Solar Gravitation and Eclipse Phenomena, 383
  • Soldering Aluminium, 104, 580
  • Sopwith, Mr. Thomas, on the Breakdown of the “ Umbria,” 258
  • Sound, Interference of Waves of, Mr. C. J. Woodward’s Apparatus to Indicate the, 488
  • Sound, Lord Rayleigh on, 109, 158, 217, 324
  • Sound and Vibration, Lectures on, 109, 158, 324, 354
  • Southampton and the American Line of U.S. Mail Steamers, 151, 213
  • Southampton Docks, The, 213, 214
  • Southampton Docks, Refrigerating Plant, 461, 462
  • South-Eastern Railway Facilities, 268, 357
  • Southern, Mr. J. A., Pressure of Water Gauge in the Ventilation of Mines, 182
  • South Staffordshire Electric Overhead Tramway, 9
  • Spanish Railroads. 395
  • Speed Diagram, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 345
  • Spencer, Mr. W., on the Support of Buildings, 500
  • Spennymoor, The Tudhoe Iron and Steel Works, 331, 334, 336, 337
  • Spontaneous Combustion in Coal Mines, Professor Lupton on, 182
  • Spontaneous Combustion in Coal Mines, Mr. Joel Settle, 499
  • Sprinkler, Edward’s Automatic Revolving, 367
  • Square Crane Shafts ? 33
  • Stability, Approximate Curves of, Mr. W. Hbk, 292
  • Stamping Iron and Steel of British Manufacture, 530
  • Standard Sections of Structural Bars, 56
  • Stanners Closes Steelworks, Wolsingham, 201, 202, 206, 210
  • Starne’s Improved Stuffing-box, 142
  • Starter, The Clerk Lanchester Gas Engine, 550
  • Starter Pump, Tangye’s, 577
  • Starters, Self, and Starter Pump at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 577
  • Stay Tubes in Marine Boilers, 34
  • Stead, Mr., on the Saniter Process of Desulphurising Iron and Steel, 466
  • Steam Consumption in Jets, 67
  • Steam Engine Trials, Mr. P. W. Willans, 368
  • Steam Fire Engine for Belfast, 514, 515
  • Steam Fire Engine for Calcutta, 287
  • Steam Fire Engines, Increasing Use of, 106
  • Steam Jet Nozzles, Granger’s Duplex, 374
  • Steam Machinery Users and Taxation, 476
  • Steam, The Mystery of, 100, 131, 208, 228, 250
  • Steam Power, Cost of, at Chicago, 561
  • Steamer “ Chelmsford,” The New Passenger, 476
  • Steamer “ Gaul,” The Twin-screw, 490, 494
  • Steamer for the Zambesi, 553
  • S.S. “Fonar,” Quadruple Expansion Engines, 102, 105
  • S.S. “Tauric,” 149
  • Steamships, Old and New, 254
  • Steel, Band Saws for Cold, 476
  • Steel Bridge Floors, Braithwaite and Kirk’s, 204
  • Steel, Cogged v. Hammered, 359
  • Steel Cogging and Shearing Plant for the New British Iron Co., Birmingham, Mr. Jeremiah Head (Supplement, March 17th, 1893), 237
  • Steel Plates, Long, 412
  • Steel for Structural Purposes, 342
  • Steel Tires, Turning, 519
  • Steel Works, Wolsingham, The Stanners Closes, 201, 202, 206, 210
  • Steering Gear, Hydraulic, 527
  • Stephenson and Co., Messrs. Robert, The Rocket Petroleum Engine, 388
  • Stereoscope, The Lantern, 575
  • Stereoscope Lantern, Mr. John Anderton, 487
  • Stern of the s.s. “ Tauric,” 149
  • Sterne and Co., Messrs. Louis, Refrigerating Plant, Southampton Docks, 461, 462
  • Stieringer, Mr. Luther, The Edison Tower of Light, 533
  • Stockport Otto Cycle Gas Engine, The, 549
  • “Stockport” Self-starter, Andrews’, R.A.S.S., 577
  • Stones, Mr. W. G., Royton Sewage Purification Works, 98
  • Storage Battery Cars, 456
  • Stothert and Pitt, Messrs., Evans’ Shaft Turning Machine, 511
  • Strike, The Hull Dock, 348
  • Stuffing-box, Starne’s Improved, 142
  • Submarine Telegraphy, The Growth of, 81
  • Submarine Torpedo, The, 208
  • Submarine Vessels, Mr. Adlard on, 204
  • Subsidence at Sandgate, The, 204
  • SUPPLEMENTS :—
  • - Condensing Machinery, London Electric Supply Corporation, May 12th, 1893
  • - Engines of the Italian Deck-protected Cruiser “Marco Polo,” March 24th, 1893
  • - Engines and Pumps, Hydraulic Power Company’s Station, Deptford, The Hydraulic Engineering Company, January 20th, 1893
  • - Express Passenger Engine, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Mr. J. A. F. Aspinall (two Supplements, April 21st, 1893)
  • - London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, The Shortlandsand Nunhead Railway, Mr. John Wolfe Barry, February 17th, 1893
  • SUPPLEMENTS (continued):—
  • - Pumping Engines, New Commercial Graving? Dock, Barry, South Wales, Messrs. W. H. Allen and Co., January 13th, 1893
  • - Steel Cogging and Shearing Plant for the New British Iron Company, Birmingham, Mr Jeremiah Head, March 17th, 1893
  • - Triple-expansion Engines of H.M.S.S. “Sappho”’ and “Scylla,” Messrs. John Penn and Sons,. March 3rd, 1893
  • - Triple-expansion Mill Engines, Messrs. Hick,. Hargreaves, and Co., June 23rd, 1893
  • Support of Buildings, Mr. W. Spencer on the, 500
  • Surface Condensing Engine, Compound, 514, 518
  • Sutherland’s Electric Deck-planing Machine, 315
  • Swan, Mr. J. W., Electrolytic Copper Deposits Exhibited by, 487
  • Swank, Mr., On the Progress of the Iron and Steel Industries of the United States, 209
  • Swedish Naval Commission on Ironclads, 343
  • Swift, Mr., Report of the Steam Engine Makers’ Society, 169
  • Swinburne, Mr. James, On Electricity Applied to Christianity, 390
  • Switch Gear, High Tension Continuous Current, 271
  • TAIL Shaft Preserver, Mudd’s Patent, 452
  • Talbot-Klic Process, Photogravure by the, 159, 226
  • Tangye’s Gas Engine, 576
  • Tangye’s Self-starter, 577
  • Tangye’s Starter Pump, 577
  • “Tauric,” The Steamship, 149
  • Taylor, Mr. C., Chains and Chain Testing, 356
  • Technical Education, French, 254
  • Technical Education at the Royal College of Science, South Kensington, 115
  • Telegraph, Sending Plans and Drawings by, 130
  • Telegraphing Portraits, 160
  • Telegraphs in Persia, 474
  • Telegraphy, Extension of Submarine, 364
  • Telegraphy, The Growth of Submarine, 81
  • Telephone v. Electrical Tramway, 125
  • Telescope, Newton’s Reflecting, 488
  • Temperature, Carnot’s Function of the—see Carnot’s, and c.
  • Temperature, Minimum, 493
  • TENDERS :—
  • - City of Londonderry, Electric Lighting, 272
  • Tennant, Mr. W. J., “Expansion Curves,” 257
  • Testing Plane Surfaces by Interference Phenomena, Lord Rayleigh on, 390
  • Test Tube, Improved, Mr. E. S. Hoare, 521
  • Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company the First-class Cruiser “Grafton,” 563, 564
  • Theobald and Co., Messrs., Hand Camera, 325
  • Theory or Practical Experience, 76
  • Thermal Storage, 56, 76, 82, 108
  • Thermodynamic Relations of Clausius, The Four, 160
  • Thermodynamics, The Teaching of, 126
  • Thirsk, Railway Disaster at, 37
  • Thompson, Mr. John, Dock Gates, 409
  • Thornycroft and Co., Messrs., H.M.S. “Speedy,” 445
  • Thrust Shaft, Cunard s.s. “Umbria,” 9
  • Tip, Movable Hydraulic Coal, Barry Dock, South", Wales, 478
  • Tires, Turning Steel, 519
  • Tool-holders and Cutting Tools, Improvements in, 302
  • Torpedo Gunboats, Machinery of, 575
  • Torpedo, The Submarine, 208
  • Tow, A Long, 360
  • Tower Bridge, The Bascule Spans of the, 400
  • Towing by Magnetic Adhesion, 420, 422
  • Traction Engines, Compound, Messrs. Burrell and Co., 537
  • Traction Engine, Double-cylinder, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, 540
  • Traction Engines, Spring, Messrs. Fowler and Co., 538
  • Tractive Force of Locomotives. The, 28
  • Trade with America, Improved, 60
  • Trade of France in 1892, 25
  • Trade Mark Protection in Bulgaria and Greece, 187
  • Trade and the Railway Rates Question, 342
  • Trade of the Year, The, 34
  • Traffic Arrangements for the French Universal Exhibition of 1900, 508, 509
  • Train Lighting, Mr. H. Pollitt, 121
  • “Train de Luxe,” The, 101
  • Train Resistance, 421
  • Tram Rails for Glasgow, German, 521
  • Tramway, Electric Overhead, South Staffordshire, 9
  • Tramways, The Purchase of London, 273
  • Transatlantic Trade and Queenstown, The, 208
  • Transformer Frequency, Mr. C. P. Steinmetz on, 350
  • Transformers and the Board of Trade, 348, 582
  • Treble, Mr. Charles F., Welsbach Lights for Taking Photographs by Gas Light, 325
  • Trial of H.M.S. “Hood,” 186
  • Trials of H.M.S. “ Empress of India,” 412
  • Trials of H.M.S. “Ramillies” and “Alarm,” 387'
  • Triple-effet Vacuum Evaporator, Messrs. McOnie Harvey, and Co., 27
  • Triple-expansion Engines as Compounds, On Working, 292
  • Triple-expansion Condensing Engine, Trial of a, 382
  • Triple-expansion Engines for Pc.lar Ship “ Fram” 246, 252
  • Triple Expansion, Priority in, 299
  • Trouvd, M., Luminous Fountains, 410
  • “Trusty” Oil Engine, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, 469, 549
  • Truth in Science, 296, 338
  • Tube Draw Benches, 149, 160, 229, 208
  • Tube Expander, Bauer’s, 107
  • Tubes, Condenser 248
  • Tubular Frame Wagons, 470
  • Tudhoe Iron and Steel Works, Spennymoor, The, 331, 334, 336, 337
  • Tugboat with Magnetic Chain Hauling Pulley, 420, 422
  • Tunnel Works, Niagara, 93
  • Turacin, an Animal Pigment containing Copper, 158
  • Turbines, Mr. Cobb, 251
  • Turbines, 5000-Horse Power, Falls of Niagara, 92
  • Turning India-rubber ? 341
  • Turning Lathes, Crank Pin, 187
  • Turning Machine, Evans’ Shaft, 511
  • Turning Steel Tires, 519
  • Turret of H.M S. “Victoria,” 572
  • Twenty-horse Oil Engine, 513
  • Twisting of Rails by Heat, 535
  • Tyler and Ellis’s Pneumatic Carving Machine, 260
  • Tyndall Lectures, The, 390
  • Tyrrel, Mr. Joseph I., High-speed Locomotive, 490
  • “UMBRIA ” Accident, The, 9, 28, 59, 258
  • “Umbria,” The Thrust Shaft of the, 9, 59
  • “Umbria,” Thrust Shaft, Repair of the, 59
  • “Umbria,” Mr. Thomas Sopwith on the Breakdown of the, 258
  • Umpires’ Report on the Naval Manoeuvres, 1892, 319
  • Uniform Time, 428
  • Union Steamship Company’s New Steel Twin screw Steamer “Gaul,” Launch of the, 176
  • U.S. Atlantic Liners, 363
  • U.S. Coast Defence Monitor “Terror,” 430
  • U.S. Dynamite Cruiser “Vesuvius,” 335, 340
  • U.S., Electric Railways in the, 316
  • U.S., Electricity in the, 23
  • United States Navy, The, 310
  • U.S. Navy, The Battleship “Iowa,” 194
  • U.S. Navy, Engineers in the, 69
  • U.S. Navy, Experiences of Engineers in the, 158
  • University of Glasgow, Honorary Degrees, 387
  • Unwin, Professor W. Cawthorne, The Generation of Power at Central Stations and its Distribution, 40
  • Utilisation of the Falls of Niagara, 93
  • VACUUM Jackets, 150, 161
  • “Valiant,” Launch of the Steel Twin-screw Yacht, 390
  • Valve Gear, Joy’s, 445
  • Valve Gear, Joy’s, French Cruiser “Le Tage,” 130
  • Valve Gear, Mr. E. M. Sheppard, 292
  • Valve, Hydraulic, Nettlefold and Jones’, 542
  • Valves, Pump, 410
  • Vanderbilt’s Yacht, Launch of Mr., 390
  • Vauxhall and Lambeth Bridges, 311, 314
  • Velocities with Modern Guns and Explosives, 108
  • Ventilating Fan and Engines, Mine, Bumsted and Chandler’s, 61, 62
  • Ventilation of Mines, Mr. J. C. B. Hendy on the, 182
  • Ventilation of Mines. Mr. T. A. Southern on the Pressure of Water Gauge in the, 182
  • “Vesuvius,” The U.S. Dynamite Cruiser, 335, 340
  • Viaduct, Shoreham, 360
  • Viaducts, Railway Deviation, Manchester Ship Canal, 227, 230
  • Vibration and Noise at the Windham Club, caused by the Works of the St. James’s, Pall Mall and Electric Light Co., 571
  • Vickers-Harveyed Armour Plate, 256
  • “Victoria,” The Loss of H.M.S., 559, 572, 573
  • “Victoria,” Turret of H.M.S., 572
  • Vickers’ Steel Plates, 253, 256
  • Virginia City, Nevada, 217
  • Von Schutz on German and French Turrets, 521
  • Voysey and Hosaek’s Road Scarifier, 196
  • “Vulcan,” Forced-draught Trials of H.M.S., 266
  • WADDELL Fan and a Capell Fan, Experiments upon a, 182
  • Wagon Construction, Heavy, 377
  • Wagons, Large Cars and Small, 421
  • Wagons, Private, The Railway Companies and the Question of, 580
  • Wagons, Tubular Frame, 470
  • Wake Currents, Measuring, by Mr. G. A. Calvert, 244
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 20, 40, 66, 88, 112, 134, 154, 176, 198, 220, 240, 262, 282, 304, 328, 350, 370, 394, 414, 436, 458, 482, 504, 530, 556, 584
  • War Material, 15
  • War Material for England, Foreign, 474
  • War Vessel, New Type of, 456
  • Warburton Road Bridge, Manchester Ship Canal, 465, 468
  • Warnerke, Mr. Leon, on his Method of Printing Photographs, 270
  • Watch Factory at Prescot, New, 36
  • Water Finder, Professor Redwood, 258
  • Water Supply, 18
  • Water Supply of Brussels, 235
  • Water Supply, Chicago Exhibition 1893, 249, 255
  • Water Supply and Sewerage of Llangefin, 236
  • Water Supply of Paris, 510
  • Water-tube Boilers, 289, 317, 347
  • Water-tube Steam Boilers, Mr. H. Fraser on, 25
  • Water Wheel, The Invention of the Pelton, 40
  • Waterworks, Berlin, 468
  • Waterworks Extensions, Reading, 516
  • Waterworks Pumps, High-speed, 193, 268, 289, 421, 455
  • Waterworks and Sewerage, Leighton Buzzard, 30
  • Watkins, Mr. J., “Engineer’s Slide Rule,” 282
  • Weaver, Navigation of the, 195
  • Weighing Machines, Mr. G. W. Davis on the, 456
  • Weir’s Feed-water Heater, 267
  • Welded Steam Pipes, 38
  • Wellington and Manawatu Railway, Profile, 91
  • Wells, Mr. S. H., on the Mechanical Efficiency of Prime Movers, 437
  • Wesselton Diamond Mines, Quadruple Expansion Engines, Messrs. Fleming and Ferguson, 163, 166
  • West Hartlepool Steel and Iron Company and Edwards’ Ash Washing Apparatus, 67
  • West Highland Railway, The, 527
  • Westinghouse Alternator, Small, Chicago Exhibition, 568
  • Westinghouse Dynamos and Engines, Chicago Exhibition, 565, 570, 571
  • Westinghouse Exciter, Chicago Exhibition, 568
  • Weyman and Hitchcock, Messrs., 20-Horse Power Oil Engine, 469
  • Weyman and Hitchcock, Messrs., Vertical Oil Engine, 544, 549
  • Whaleback Steamer “Christopher Columbus,” 511
  • Wheel-moulding Machines, Improvements in, 131
  • Wheel-moulding Machines, Improvements in, Mr. Wm. Fletcher’s, 110
  • Wheeler, Mr. W. H., on Dredging, 137, 285, 353, 397
  • Wheels, Balancing Railway Carriage, 101
  • Whibley’s Canting Saw Table, 260
  • White, Mr. W., First-class Cruiser “Grafton,” 563, 564
  • White, Mr. W. H., His Inaugural Address as President of the Institute of Marine Engineers, 515
  • White Star s.s. “ Naronic," The, 248
  • Wigham, Richardson, and Co., Messrs., Quadruple Expansion Engines, s.s. “Fonar,” 102, 105
  • Willans Engine and Holmes Dynamo, 452
  • Willans, Mr. P. W., Steam Engine Trials, 368
  • Willans Memorial Fund, The, 368
  • Willatt, Mr. W. H., on Electrical Distribution for Marine Purposes, 163
  • Williams, Mr. E. Leader. Bridges on the Manchester Ship Canal, 380, 387, 406, 412, 465, 468
  • Winby’s Express Locomotive, 355, 359, 384, 389, 409, 431
  • Windham Club, Action brought by the, Complaining of Noise and Vibration Caused by Electric Light Works, 571
  • Window Sashes, Ford’s Hinged, 260
  • Wire, The Inventor of Gutta Pereha Covered, 49
  • “Witwatersrandt Auriferous Conglomerates,” Mr. F. G. Shaw on the, 500
  • Wood Screw-making Machinery, 147
  • Woodite, 519, 545
  • Woodward, Mr. C. J., Apparatus to Indicate the Interference of Waves of Sound, 488
  • Working Regulations in French Mines, 450
  • Workmen’s Tools ? 189
  • Worthington Feed-water Heater, 144
  • Worthington Pumping Engines, Chicago Exhibition, 245
  • Wreck Raising in the River Thames, Mr. C. J. More, 456
  • YACHT Design, Elements of, 195
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Shallow Draught Steamer for the Zambesi, 553
  • Yorkshire House-to-House Electricity Supply Co., 403
  • ZAMBESI, Shallow Draught Steamer for the, 553
  • Zinc Material, Mr. H. D. Hoskold on the Value of, 500

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