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  • 1894, 9
  • “Absolute Zero,” The So-called, 70, 75
  • Abstracts of Consular and Diplomatic Reports, 484, 571
  • Accident to Goods Train near Leicester, 50
  • Accident on the Great North of Scotland Railway, 393
  • Accident at Ramsey Terminal Station, 50
  • Accident in a Shipyard, Harrowing, 415
  • Accidental Deaths on American Railways, 307
  • Accidents on American Railways, More, 50
  • Accidents in the Cumberland Mines, 245
  • Accidents to Engineers and Firemen, M. N. Forney’s Monthly List, 50
  • Accidents in London, Street, 415
  • Accidents, Mineral Oil Lamp, 157
  • Accidents, Railway, 478
  • Accidents, Railway, in 1893, 393, 437
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Recent Returns of, 219
  • Accidents in the United States, Railway, 415
  • Achill Extension Railway, The, Parliamentary Note, 567
  • Acid Bichromates on Wood, Action of, 175
  • Accumulator, Sigmund Raudnitz’s, 437
  • Action of Pulleys, 230, 265
  • Adam’s Automatic Sewage Lift, 485
  • Adam’s Bridge Reef, 431
  • Adams, Mr. W., Four-Coupled Bogie Tank Engine, London and South-Western Railway (Supplements, June 15th and 29th, 1894), 517,
  • Adams, Mr. W., Portrait of, 571
  • Adams’ Sewage Lift, 501
  • Adams-Blair Steel-making Process, 3
  • Adamson and Co., Messrs. Daniel, Feat in Boilermaking, 479
  • Adeney, Mr. W. E., On the Reduction of Manganese Peroxide in Sewage, 307
  • Admiralty Orders and Clyde Docking Orders, 138
  • Admiralty and Thames Labour, Parliamentary7 Note, 567
  • Agricultural Machinery in South Russia, 549
  • Air Bubble Water Pump, Pohla’s, 358
  • Air Compressor, High-pressure, 228, 229
  • Air Compressor. Manchester Gas Works. 424 425
  • Aitchison, Professor, on Savage’s Method of Determining Stresses, 245
  • Aitken, Mr. John, on the Dust Particles in the Atmosphere of Certain Places in Great Britain and the Continent, 219
  • Albert Palace, Sale of the, 479
  • Albert Palace and Connaught Hall, Sale of the Materials of the, 501
  • Aldershot Gas and Water Co., Water Supply of the, 353
  • Allen and Co., Messrs. W. H., Removal of their Works to Bedford, 93
  • Allotropic Transformation of Iron under the Influence of Heat, Mr. Georges Charpy on the, 219
  • Alloys, Freezing Points of Triple, 50
  • Alloys of Iron and Nickel, Mr. F. Osmond on, 245
  • Alsing, Mr. G. V., The Glasgow Sewage Disposal Works, 372
  • Alternating Currents, Electro-Chemical Method of Observation of, 374
  • Altitude on Temperature, Effect of, 50
  • Altrincham Station, Accident at Level Crossing, 374
  • Aluminium in the Naval Service, Use of, 437
  • Aluminium with other Metals, Coating, 50
  • Aluminium, Reduction in Price of, 415
  • Aluminium Yachts, 32
  • Am Ende, Mr. Max, Railway Bridge over the Lan-Ho, China, 365, 366, 367, 368
  • America, Doctored Armour Plates in, 311
  • America, Locomotives in, 47
  • America, Sheffield Trade with, 291
  • American Armour, Captain Jaques on, 399
  • American Armour Plate, Failure of to Pass the Test at Indian Head, 131
  • American Coal War, The, 505
  • American Engineering News, 18, 58, 80, 142, 166, 188, 208, 274, 318, 340, 382, 406, 426, 464, 488, 552, 576
  • American Engines, Distinctive Features of, 574
  • American Locomotives, Cabs, Running Boards, and Foot-plates, 157, 306
  • American Mails, 310
  • American Methods of Working, 400
  • American Notes, 19, 38, 60, 82, 104, 124, 166, 190, 210, 276, 298, 320, 342, 362, 385, 428, 466, 491, 512, 532, 554, 579
  • American Patent Law, 207
  • American Railroads, The Economist on, 93
  • American Railways, Accidental Deaths on, 307
  • American Shipbuilding, 174
  • American Torpedo Boat “Ericsson,” Launch of, 519
  • Amur, Projected Railway on the, 568
  • Analysis of Water ? 503
  • Analysis, Water, 525
  • Ancona, Mole at, 131
  • Anderson, Mr. J. C., Refuse Furnace, 543
  • Anderlues Mining Co. of Belgium put down a New Shaft, The, 497
  • Anderson, Mr. John, Report of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, 338
  • Andrews, Mr. Thos., Tensile Tests of Wrought Iron Railway Axles, 36
  • Angola as Described by the British Consul at Loanda, 374
  • Angot, M. Alfred, On the Change of Vapour Tension at the Top of the Eiffel Tower, 327
  • Anthracite, Gas Engines and, 574
  • Anthracite, Large Gas Engines and Scotch, 510
  • Antimony, Blue, Mr. G. Sebor on, 261
  • ANTWERP EXHIBITION, THE, 325, 403, 411, 431, 469, 493
  • - Billiard and Fletcher’s Exhibit, 547
  • - British Carriage Manufacturers’ Institution, Exhibits of, 431
  • - British Exhibits, 431, 469, 493
  • - Chubb, Messrs., their Exhibit, 431
  • - Cockerill and Co., Messrs. John, their Exhibits at, 493
  • - Concrete Bridge at, 520
  • - Couillet Exhibit, The, 547
  • - De Naeyer and Co., Messrs., their Exhibits at, 493
  • - Diving Apparatus, Messrs. Siebe and Gorman, 431
  • - The English Consul on, 25
  • - English Electrical Engineers and the, 115
  • - Gould Company’s Exhibit, 547
  • - Hydro Electric Installation (Supplement, Marek 9th, 1894), 200, 205
  • - Key Presented by Sir George Chubb to King Leopold, 411, 431
  • - Machinery Hall, Exhibits in the, 493
  • - Maritime Section, Exhibits in the, 411
  • - Opening of, 403
  • - Picksley, Sims, and Co., Messrs., 6-Horse Power Portable Engine, 493
  • - View of Principal Entrance, 403
  • - Water Supply to, Messrs. Nyssens Frbres, 547
  • Apprentice Question, Mr. John Inglis, 314
  • Arable and Pasture Land in Great Britain in 1893, Proportion of, 519
  • Arc Lamps in London, Number of, 543
  • Argentine Republic, San Roque Dam, Cordoba Irrigation Waterworks, 350, 351, 354, 396
  • Armour, Mr. C. E. Ellis on Recent Experiments in, 216
  • Armour-piercing Shells, Projected Test of, at Sandy Hook, 287
  • Armour, Captain Jaques on American, 399
  • Armour-plate Competition, The Pola, 119
  • Armour Competition, The Texel, 97
  • Armour and Ordnance, British, 247
  • Armour-plates in America, Doctored, 311
  • Armour-plates for Battleships for Japan, 543
  • Armour-plates not Harveyised, Testing of Projectiles against, 568
  • Armour-plates, “Indiana,” 501
  • Armour-plate Scandal, The United States, 503
  • Armour-plates, Steel, Competitive Trial of, at Texel, 44, 46
  • Armour Train on the London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, Experiments with, 437
  • Armstrong, Lord, Portraits of, 19
  • Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., Messrs. Sir W., Japanese Cruiser “Yoshino,” 128
  • Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., Sir W. G., Speed Trials of the Chilian Cruiser “Blanco Encalada,” 517
  • Arnold, Prof. J. O., The Physical Influence of Elements on Iron, 388
  • Arrol, Sir Thos., The Old Hammersmith Bridge, and Genuine White Lead, 25
  • d’Arsonval, M. A., on Apparent Death Produced by Alternating Currents, and c., 497
  • Art in the Workshop, 183
  • Artesian Well, Remarkable Overflowing, 23, 24
  • Artesian Well, Sunk in New Street, Gravel-lane, 199
  • Artesian Wells, Power from, 501
  • Ashford, Mr. John, Ironfounding, 498
  • Ashton Improved Pop Safety Valve, The, 548
  • Ashwick, Petroleum at, 245
  • Association for the Advancement of Science, British, 379
  • ASSOCIATION, THE CLEVELAND IRONMASTERS’:—
  • - Election of President and Vice-President, 25
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, THE BIRMINGHAM :-
  • - Birmingham Sewage Disposal, The, 282
  • ASSOCIATION, THE GLASGOW FOREMEN’S SHIPBUILDERS
  • - Trades Unionism, Mr. Hugh Glen, 405
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, THE LEEDS :—
  • - Admission of Young Engineers not eligible as Associates, 26
  • - British and Metric Systems for Engineers’ Work, Mr. F. Howard Livens, 419
  • - Discussion on the Financial Prospects of the Manchester Ship Canal, 26
  • - Generation and Distribution of Electricity, Mr. Chas. J. Hall, 228
  • - History and Development of the Portable Engine, Mr. W. D. Wansborough, 124
  • - Traction Engine in New Zealand, Mr. H. Y. McLaren, 317
  • - Visit to the Middleton Colliery—Coal-washing Plant, 541
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, THE MANCHESTER:—
  • - Half-yearly Meeting—The Honour conferred upon the Mayor of Salford, 517
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. Thos. Daniels, dealing mainly with the Silver Question, 57
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, THE MANCHESTER (continued) :-
  • - Manchester Hydraulic Power Installation, Mr. Gilbert Lewis, 339
  • - Thirty-eighth Anniversary Dinner, 135
  • - Visit to Sheffield, 550
  • ASSOCIATION OF FOREMEN ENGINEERS DRAUGHTSMEN, THE LONDON :—
  • - Annual Meeting of, 56
  • - Meldrum Self-contained Dust Fuel and Forced Draught Furnace, Mr. Boby, 539
  • - Recent Developments in Marine Engineering, Mr. Jas. M. Dewar, 414
  • - Uses of Curve Diagrams or Picture Writings for Engineers, Prof. W. J. Lineham, 244
  • ASSOCIATION OF FOREMEN ENGINEERS AND DRAUGHTSMEN, THE NEWCASTLE AND DISTRICT :—
  • - New System of Pumping by Ordinary or Hydraulic Pressure, Mr. G. Ralston, 249
  • ASSOCIATION, THE GEOLOGISTS’, 231
  • ASSOCIATION, LONDON SANITARY PROTECTION
  • - Thirteenth Annual Meeting of and Report, 219
  • ASSOCIATION, MASTER CAR BUILDERS’
  • - Committee appointed by, on Standard Sizes, 219
  • ASSOCIATION, MASTER MECHANICS’ :—
  • - Committee appointed by, to Report on Boiler and Fire-box Steel, 219
  • ASSOCIATION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, THE BIRMINGHAM
  • - Fourth Annual Dinner of, 148
  • - Lubrication, Mr. H. Railings, 231
  • ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY ENGINEERS, THE INCORPORATED
  • - Arrangements for the Yorkshire District Meeting, 349
  • - Bradford Corporation Electricity Supply, Mr. James N. Shoolbred, 575
  • - Electric Street Tram ways, Mr. Robt. Hammond, 575
  • - Excursions, 575
  • - Experiments with Model Wheels and Road Coatings, Mr. Thos. Cod rington, 575
  • - Machinery as Applied to the Breaking up of Macadam, Mr. A. E. Collins, 340
  • - Papers Read on the First Day, Headings of, 575
  • - Presidential Address of the President, Mr. A. M. Fowler, 575
  • - Programme of the Annual Meeting, 527
  • - Seventeenth Voluntary Pass Examination, 397
  • - Some Municipal Works in Reading, Mr. Collins, 340
  • - Some Recent Extensions of Reading Waterworks and the Use of Potarite therein, Mr. A. T. Walker, 340
  • - Visits and Excursions of the Members, 340
  • Astronomical Telescope, Evolution of the, 486
  • Atlantic Cables, Dr. M airhead on, 379
  • Atlas Locomotive Works, Mr. Haldane’s Description of, 141
  • Atmospheric Electricity near the Top of the Eiffel Tower, Diurnal Variation of, 261
  • Atmospheric Nitrogen by Microbes Derived from Soil, Mr. Winogradsky on the Fixation of, 374
  • Audible Direction Indicator, Thackeray’s, 164
  • Aurora Display on the 30th March, 1894, 287
  • Australia, Railroad Construction in, 568
  • Australian Engineering Notes, 124, 464
  • Australian Shipping Trade, The, 47
  • Auto-motive Carriage, New, 415
  • Automatic Barrel Filling Crane, Crawford’s, 520
  • Automatic Brake, The, Parliamentary Note, 567
  • Automatic Door Closing ? 421
  • Automatic Water Tank, 543
  • Automobile Carriage Competition, The French International, 260
  • Auxiliary War Vessels, 179
  • Aveling and Porter, Messrs., Spring Mounted Engine, 549
  • Avery, Mr. Thos., Death of, 153
  • BACTERIA in Reservoir and in River Water, 543
  • Bagnall, Messrs. W. G., Narrow Gauge Tank Locomotive, 77
  • Bahia, Railways of, 53
  • Bailey, Sir Wm. H., 438
  • Baillet and Audemar Continuous Current Pump, 76
  • Baker, Sir Benjamin, and Irrigation Schemes in Egypt, 115
  • Bakhuysen, Professor, on the Variation of Lati¬tude, 261
  • “Baku Standard,” Arrival of the Oil Tank Screw Steamer, 244
  • Balancing Locomotives, 203, 230, 241, 265
  • Ballasting System, The Rodger, 539, 548
  • Bamber, Mr. H. K., on the Analysis of Steel, 390
  • Barcelona, Floating Dock for, 261
  • Barker and Co., Messrs. T. B., Forward Gas Engine, 292, 293
  • Barnes, Mr. D. L., on the Differences between American and Foreign Locomotives, 57
  • Barnes, Mr. F. and John, Friction Driven Engine, 56
  • Barnton Branch of the Caledonian Railway, Opening of the, 199
  • Barrel-filling Crane, Crawford’s, 520
  • Barrels, Steel Oil, 261
  • Barrow Naval Construction Company’s Contract with the Admiralty, 25
  • Barrow, Proposal for Improving the Trade of, 50
  • Barrow, Steel Oil Barrels, 261
  • Barry and the Bute Docks, New Service of Trains between, 287
  • Bartissol, M., His Statement Relative to the Panama Canal Works, 287
  • Battling, Mr. A., Chimneys Heightened by, 93
  • Bartoli and Straeciati, M. M., Specific Heat of Water, 50
  • Basic or Thomas-Gilchrist Process, Progress of, during the Year ending December 31st, 1893, 183
  • Baterden, J. R,, Piles and Pile Driving, 41, 486
  • Battleship “Centurion,” H.M. Second-class, 223, 224
  • Battleships, Contracts for the New, 307
  • Battleships, Qualities and Performances of Recent First-class, Mr. W. H. White on, 213
  • Battleships Launched in 1893, 249
  • Battleships of the “Royal Sovereign” Type Rolling of, 85
  • Baudoux, Mr. L., v. Mr. L. Monnoyer, 431
  • Baum, Mr. F., on Coal-washing, 152
  • Bayley, Mr. F. C. C., on Rarefied Gases, 568
  • Bayley, Mr. G. H. and Mr. H. C., Illustrated Account of the Manchester Ship Canal, 327
  • Baxters Limited, Messrs., Steam Cable Gear, Designs of, Adopted by the Admiralty for New Cruisers, 50
  • Beare, Professor T. H., Research Committee on Marine Engine Trials, 100, 114, 165
  • Bechuanaland Railway Company, Prospective Completion of the Line, 479
  • Beguin, M. L , His Statistics on the Coefficient of Safety on English, French, and United States Railways, 353
  • Belgian Government and the Congo Railway, The, 393, 415
  • Belgian Government, New Boat for the Ostend- Dover Service, 393
  • Belgian State Railroads for 1892, Statistics of the, 374
  • Bell, Bart., Sir Lowthian, and the Cleveland Neighbourhood, 175
  • Bell, Commander L. K., Range-finder, 519
  • Bell, Mr. Geo., Tender for the Works of the Filtration Area at Davyhulme, 25
  • Bellamy, Mr. C. R., on the Progress of the Science of Gas Combustion, 261
  • Belleroche’s System of Heating Railway Carriages, 34
  • Belleville Boilers, 161, 499
  • Belliard and Fletcher’s Exhibit at the Antwerp Exhibition, 547
  • Bellmouth Tunnel at Stobcross, Size of, 353
  • Belt-driving and Bearing Friction ? 289
  • Belting, Link, 76
  • Bettisfield Station, The Collision at, 327
  • Ben Nevis Railway, The, 128
  • Bending Angle Iron ? 481
  • Bengal-Assam Railway, Funds for the, 568
  • Bengal, Landslip at Gohna in, 374
  • Berlin a Port, 327
  • Bermuda, Projected Channel through the Rock in the Open Sea, 244
  • Bert Colliery for Sale, The, 568
  • Berryman Feed-water Heater, Brown’s, 394
  • Berths for Shipbuilding, Closed in, 338
  • Berthelot, M,, on the Spontaneous Heating and Ignition of Hay, 245
  • Bessemer Ore from the Mesaba Range, 307
  • Bethnal Green Free Library, The, 419
  • Bicycle Journey of Mr. L. Jefferson, 219
  • Bicycle and Tricycle Runs, Long, 374
  • Bidwell, Mr. Shelford, New Phenomena in Optics, 527
  • Biles, Professor, on Keel and Centre-board Yachts, 55
  • Bilge Keels for the “Majestic” and “Magnificient,” 131
  • Bilge Keels in the “ Royal Sovereign” Class, 401
  • Bill Relating to the Suburban Sanitary Districts of Sheffield, Sunderland, and Wigan, 437
  • Bill of the Thames Conservancy, Petitions against the, 261
  • Bills of Metropolitan and Engineering Interest to Originate in the Lords, 175
  • Bills, New, 249
  • Birch and Co., Messrs. G., Wheel Cutting Machines, 374
  • Birmingham City Gas Department, Net Profit of the, 437
  • Birmingham and Henley-in-Arden Railway Passed, The, 519
  • Birmingham Ship Canal, 471
  • Birmingham Sewage Disposal, 282
  • Birmingham Water Supply, The, 115
  • Birmingham Water Supply, Interruption of, 25
  • Births and Deaths in Greater London, 437
  • Births and Deaths in London, 153
  • Births and Deaths Registered in London, 153, 175, 437
  • Blackfriars Railway Bridge Repairs, 393
  • Blackwall, Graving Dock Extension at, 335
  • Blagrove, Mr. G. H., on Fractures in Sewer Pipes, 543
  • Blaine, Mr. R. G., Lectures by, on Governing Arrangements of Engines, 22
  • “Blake-Marsden ” Lever Motion Stone-breaker and Steel Frame Elevating, Screening, and Loading Machine, 197
  • “Blanco Encalada,” Gunnery Trials of the Chilian Cruiser, 474
  • “Blanco Encalada,” Speed Trial of the, 517
  • Blast Furnaces, Capacity and Form of, 388
  • Blast Furnaces, Cleveland, Proposed Twenty-four Hours’ Stand at the, 579
  • Blast Furnaces in the Longwy District of France, Five New, 115
  • Bleicher, M., On Varieties of Rust, 374
  • Block System for Single Track Railways, The Moeser, 17
  • Board of Trade and Canal Tolls and Rates, 519
  • Board of Trade and Railway Accidents, 478
  • Board of Trade Report on the Accident at Upway Junction, 245
  • Board of Trade Unit of Electricity, The, 500, 523, 551
  • Boby, Mr. Wm., Meldrum Self-contained Dust Fuel and Forced Draught Furnace, 539
  • Bogie Tank Engine, Four-Coupled, Mr. W. Adams (Supplement, June 15th, 1894), 517
  • Bogie Tank Engine, South-Eastern Railway, Mr. Jas. Stirling (Supplement, January 19th. 1894), 46, 65, 66, 72
  • Boilermaking, Feat in, 479
  • Boilers, Belleville, 161, 499
  • Boilers, Circulation in, 182
  • Boiler, Circulation in the Thornycroft Water-tube, 238
  • Boilers, Cylindrical and Water-tube, Mr. Howden on their Comparative Merits, 238
  • Boiler Drilling Machine, Locomotive, 480, 484
  • Boiler Efficiency, 481
  • Boiler Experiments, Six German Steam, 508, 528
  • Boiler Explosion at Melbourne, 219
  • Boiler Explosions Act, Board of Trade Report on its Working, 175
  • Boiler and Fire-box Steel, Committee to Report on, 219
  • Boilers for Locomotive Engines, Mr. Burtt on the Construction and Working of, 232
  • Boilers in the Navy, Water-tube, 547
  • Boiler Shells, Report on the Internal Rusting of, 568
  • Boilers of the “Spanker,” Change in the, 573
  • Boilers of the s.s. “Turret-Age, ” 389
  • Boiler, Steel Tubular Elephant, Say Sugar Refinery, Paris, 201
  • Boilers for Torpedo Catchers, 225
  • Boilers, Tubulous, 156
  • Boiler Turning and Drilling Machine, Large, Messrs. Rushworth and Co., 48
  • Boilers, Water-tube, 22, 41, 63, 86, 87, 107, 127, 132, 133, 136, 179, 241, 249, 250, 251, 264, 293, 294, 310, 331, 522, 525, 538
  • Boilers, Water-tube, Locomotive, 525
  • Boilers, Water-tube, Marine, 132, 133
  • Boilers, Water-tube Marine, 249, 250, 251
  • Boiler, Water-tube, Messrs. Yarrow, 538
  • Bolt, The Lightning, 164
  • Bombay Dockyard Alterations, 497
  • Bombay Sewage Works, Pumping Engines, 223
  • Bookbinding, Mr. T. J. Cobden-Sanderson, 120
  • Book and Paper Industries, International Exhibition of, in Paris, 219
  • Books Received, 33, 75, 139, 227, 269, 291, 401, 423, 483, 505, 547
  • Bordeaux, British Coal Imported to, 307
  • Boring, A Deep, Mr. R. N. Boyd, 429
  • Boring Machine for Cranks, 98, 135
  • Boring and Percussion Machinery, Messrs. Isler and Co., 23
  • Boring and' Turning Machine, Six Feet, The Nile Tool Works Company, Chicago Exhibition, 150
  • Boston and Maine Railroad Company s New Station, 519
  • Boughton Telephotos, The, 46
  • Boult, Mr. W. S., Methods of Regulating Pressure in Electric Light Circuits, 316
  • Bourn, Lincolnshire, Overflowing Well at, 23, 24
  • Box Spanner, 50
  • Boyd, Mr. R. Nelson, “A Deep Boring,” 429
  • Boyd-Dawkins, Prof., on the Coal Discovery at Dover, 115
  • Boyer-Corliss Engine, Patin Fly-wheel Alternator and, 88, 94
  • Boyle and Marriotte and Absolute Zero, The Law of, 70
  • Boynton Bicycle Railroad, Exhibition of the, 219
  • Boys, Prof. C. P., The Newtonian Constant of Gravitation, 551
  • Bradford Corporation Electricity Supply, 575
  • Bradford, Explosion of Gas Cylinder at, 23
  • Braila Landing Stage, Collapse of the, 381
  • Brake, The Automatic, Parliamentary Note, 567
  • Brake, Electric, 539
  • “Brandenburg,” The German Belted Cruiser, 158, 159
  • Brazil, Railways of, 120
  • Breach of Contract, Action for Damages for, 206
  • Brewster, Mr. E. H. G., on “Patents for Inventions,” 64
  • Brick and Tile Making Machinery at the Building Exhibition, 263
  • Brick-making and Surface Sanding Machine, Johnson’s, 413
  • Bricogne’s Railway Carriage Mat and Carpet Beater, 485
  • Brigg, Mr. T. H., Horse Haulage Attachments, 199
  • Brighton Line, Electric Lighting Plant on the, 497
  • Briquette Machinery, Mr. Wm. Colquhoun, 406
  • Briquette Making Machine, Middleton’s, 262, 263
  • Bridge, The Channel, Cost of Construction, 261
  • Bridge, Concrete, Antwerp Exhibition, 520
  • Bridge Disaster, Chester, 67
  • Bridge Disaster in the United States, 29
  • Bridge Floors, Mr. G. F. Jackson, 149
  • Bridges, Girder, on the Dore and Chinley Line, 353
  • Bridges at Grimsby, Steel Rope Suspension, Mr. L. Harper’s Designs, 307
  • Bridge, Kew, Public Meeting to Consider its Inadequacy, 336
  • Bridge, Lift, over the Chicago River, 307
  • Bridges over the Manchester Ship Canal, 135
  • Bridge over the Mississippi, Final Survey for the Great, 307
  • Bridges on the North-Western Railway in India, 497
  • Bridge over the Ottawa River and the Sawdust Beds, The, 318
  • Bridge, Pontoon, at Dundee, 353
  • Bridge, Railway, over the Lan-Ho, China, 365, 366, 367, 368
  • Bridge Repairs, Blackfriars Railway, 393
  • Bridge, The Tower, 218, 314
  • Bridge at Trent, New, 27, 28, 30
  • Bridges, The Trent, Midland Railway, 99
  • Bridge at Vauxhall, The Contemplated New, 437
  • Bridges ? Water Main, 545
  • Bridging the Water between Ceylon and India, 431
  • Bristol Electric Light Works, 432, 433, 434
  • Bristol Electrical Time Cheek, 184
  • Bristol Port and Harbour, Scheme for the Development of, 245
  • British Armour and Ordnance, 247
  • British Circulars, Useless, 52
  • British Coal Imported to Bordeaux, 307
  • British and French Navies and Carrying Trade, 1840-1874-1893, 54
  • British Guiana, Extension of the only Railway in, 307
  • British Locomotives, Modern, 159
  • British Machinery, The Foreign Demand for, 546
  • British Manufacturer Abroad, The, 137
  • British and Metric System for Engineers’ Work Mr. F. Howard Livens, 419
  • British South Africa Company to Reuter’s Agency Communication of the, 479
  • British Trade in Egypt, Parliamentary Note, 567
  • British Trade is Lost, How, 74
  • Broadbent and Co., Messrs. J. C., Silicate Cotton or Slag Wool, 67
  • Bromley, Sun Flour Mills, 476, 477, 478
  • Brownley Injector, The, 549
  • Brown’s Berryman Feed-water Heater, 394
  • Bruce, Mr. A. Fairlie, Cement and Concrete Testing, as carried out for the Glasgow Corporation Waterworks, 282
  • Bruce, Mr. A. F., on the Rosario Sewage Works, 135
  • Brunton, Mr. Thos., 245
  • Brussels Canal Funds, 484
  • Brussds Electric Light Supply Works, The, 116, 121, 150, 154, 155
  • Brush, Spring Coil Tube, 305
  • Bucharest Exhibition, The Fourth 393
  • Buckeye Portland Cement Pavement, 276
  • Budapest, Exhibition of Electrical Machine Tools at, 305
  • Buffer, The Platts-Turton Socket Plunger, 56
  • Buffer Stop Collision, Manchester, Major Yorke on, 437
  • Building Berths, Closed-in, 338
  • Building Exhibition, National, 263
  • Buildings, Transporting, 77
  • Buildings, Ventilation of, by Professor E. H. Jacob, 125
  • Builders’ Ironfoundry, 12in. Mortars, 175
  • Builders’ Price Book, Laxton's, 249
  • Bullet-proof Cuirass, The, 484
  • Burma, Gold in Lower, 519
  • Burmah Ruby Mines, Rubies of the, 402, 425, 435
  • Burning Hydrocarbons, Apparatus for, 412
  • Burson and Juppont, MM., on the Mutual Action of Bodies Vibrating in Fluid Media, 25
  • Burst Carbonic Acid Cylinders, 24
  • Burst Gas Cylinders, 25
  • Burton, Mr. C. V., on the Mechanism of Electrical Conduction, 437
  • Burton-on-Trent Electric Light Works, 506
  • Burtt, Mr. G. F., Construction and Working of Boilers for Locomotive Engines, 232
  • Bushe, Mr., Projected Elevated Railway at New York, 115
  • Buxton and the Railways, 422
  • CABLE System, Muirhead’s Duplex, 379
  • Cable Tramway in Paris, Projected, 261
  • Cable Tramway System, Messrs. Sturgeon and Davies’, 519
  • Cabs, Locomotive, 178
  • Cabs, Locomotive Engine, 198
  • Cahoon, Lieut., Three-wire Current System, 25
  • Cain, Mr. N., Propeller, 519
  • Caisson Foundations for Buildings, 17
  • “Caledonia,” Launch of the, 437
  • Caledonian Line, Signal Lights on, 153
  • Caledonian Railway Works, Activity at the, 261
  • Caledonian Railways, Subsidence on, 227
  • California, Climate of South, 55
  • California, La Grange Dam, 470
  • Californian Railways, Travelling Dangerous, 261
  • Calvert’s Mechanics’ Almanac and Workshop Companion, 3
  • Cambrian Railways, Collisions on the, 327
  • Cambridge University Engineering Laboratory, Opening of the, 393, 426
  • Camera Club Photographic Conference, The, 139
  • Cammell and Co. and Vickers, Sons and Co., Armour Plates for the Japanese Government, 543
  • Campbell-Stokes Sunshine Instrument, The, 568
  • Campbell Vertical Gas Engine, The, 53
  • Campion, Mr., Examiner on Standing Orders, His Investigation Resumed, 131
  • Canada, Railways in, 287
  • Canadian Government and the Royalty on Foreign Reprints of British Copyright Works, 307
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Company’s Report for 1893, 287
  • Canals, 67, 89, 131, 195, 199, 219, 261, 291, 304, 308, 309, 324, 393, 402, 415, 416, 437, 441, 459, 471, 475, 484, 498, 543, 568
  • Canal (Maritime) between the Bay of Biscay and the Mediterranean, 543
  • Canal to Connect the Atlantic and Mediterranean, 131
  • Canal, Birmingham Ship, 471
  • Canal Boat Hauling, Trolley System of, 67
  • Canal, The Corinth, 304, 475
  • Canal, the Dismal Swamp, 416
  • Canal across Florida again Talked of, 219
  • Canal, The Forth of Clyde Ship, 199, 291
  • Canal Funds, The Brussels, 484
  • Canal, Manchester Ship—see Manchester Ship Canal
  • Canals and Navigable Rivers of England and Wales, 498
  • Canals, The New York, 261
  • Canal, Nicaragua—see Nicaragua
  • Canal to Connect the Niemen and the Windau, 568
  • Canal as it is, The Panama, 308, 309
  • Canal across the Island of Rameswaram, 437
  • Canal, The Sheffield, 261
  • Canal, the Sulina, Opening of the New Cutting, 393, 415, 437
  • Canal Tolls and Rates, The Board of Trade and, 519
  • Canal Traffic in the United States, Increase in the, 47
  • Candle-making Machinery ? 311
  • Canet’s Central Pivot Quick-firing Gun Carriage, 281
  • Canet Turret Electric Mountings, The, 112
  • Caoutchouc, Patent for Artificial, 175
  • Car with Steel Underframe, Oil Tank, 336
  • Cars, Chief Use of Railway, 327
  • Caracristi, Mr. C. F. Z., on the Quarries at Magdalena, Colombia, 245
  • Carbon Papers, Typewriting, 393
  • Carbon Rails, High, 478
  • Carbon Steel, Bearing of the Results of Heat Treatment on Manganese Steel upon, 390
  • Cardew, Major, on the Electric Disturbance at Bournemouth, 175
  • Cardiff, Harbours and Waterways, 89
  • Carols Frbres, MM., Hydro Electric Installation, Antwerp (Supplement, March 9th, 1894), 200, 205
  • Cargo Steamer, “Turret-Age,” 220, 221
  • Carlisle, Mr. R. H., Velocipede Run, 415
  • Carnot, President, 569
  • Carnot and Modern Heat, 21, 41, 63, 85, 86. 99, 108, 127, 147, 237, 279, 323, 348, 371, 396, 411, 418, 436, 478, 522, 557
  • Carpenter’s Gauge, Improved, 347
  • Carpenter Projectiles, 462
  • Carpet-beating Machinery? 117
  • Carpet-beating Machinery, Bricogne’s, 485
  • Carnage Competition, French International Automobile, 260
  • Carriage, A New Automotive, 415
  • Carrington, Mr. W. T. H Wire Ropeway at Pinerolo, 68, 69
  • Carter, Mr J. Harrison, His New Works at Dunstable, 219
  • Carter, Mr. Thos., 67
  • Casting of Bell for Croydon Municipal Buildings, 519
  • Castings, Excessive Porosity in, and Remedies for, 153
  • Castle Cary, Collision at, 497
  • Castle Eden Colliery, Coupled Horizontal Compound Tandem Pumping Engines, 194, 195
  • Castle Line of Royal Mail Steamers, Launch of the “Tantallon Castle,” 93
  • Catalogues, 314, 360, 382
  • Cataract Electric Company, The, and Electric Locomotion on the Erie Canal, 307
  • Cattle Trade between Belfast and Manchester, 25
  • Cedar Block Paving on Slag Foundation, Chicago, 50
  • Cement and Concrete Testing, Mr. A. Fairlie Bruce, 282
  • Cements, The Testing of Hydraulic, 397
  • Central Construction Company, and Movable Platforms driven by Electric Motors, 153
  • Central Engine Works, Triple Expansion Engines of the s.s. “ Maori,” 113
  • Central London Railway Grants Bill, The, 543
  • Central London Railway, Standing Orders complied with, by the Promoters of the, 307
  • Centrifugal Crank Pin Oiler, Mitton’s, 520
  • Centrifugal Pumps ? Efficiency of, 9
  • Centrifugal Pumps—see Pumps, 130
  • “Centurion,” H.M. Second-class Battleship, 223, 224
  • Chaff Cutters, Accidents with, Legislation Unnecessary, 287
  • Chain Mortising Machine, The Expert, 263
  • Chalk, Faults in, 130, 204
  • Chalk, Hospitals on, and the Danger to the Water Supply, 327
  • Chandler, Mr. Alfred, Sunshine Recording Instruments, 497
  • Chandler, Mr. A., on the Torquay Climate, 50
  • Channel Bridge, Cost of Constructing and Maintaining the, 261
  • Channel Bridge and Railway Co. Bill, The, 353
  • “Chanzy,” Launch of the Armoured Cruiser, 93
  • Chaplin and Co., Messrs. Alex., Twenty-Ton Locomotive Steam Crane, 337
  • Chappuis, M. James, On Determining Critical Temperatures by the Critical Index, 415
  • Charcoal? Converting Waste Wood of Saw Mills into, 225
  • Charleswortb, Hall, and Co., Dissolution of Partnership, 175
  • Charpy, M. G., On the Transformation of Iron, 93
  • Charpy, M. Georges, On the Allotropic Transformation of Iron, 219
  • Chauveau, M. A. B., On Diurnal Variation of Atmospheric Electricity near the Eiffel Tower, 261
  • Cheesman, Mr. Herbert, Wire Ropes, 414
  • Chemical Industry, 14
  • Chesnau, Professor, Shale Oil Industry of France, 152
  • Chester Bridge Disaster, Mass., United States, 67
  • CHICAGO EXHIBITION, THE
  • - Attendance at, 5
  • - Barnes Co., The W. F. anl John, 16in. Friction Driven Engine Lathe, 56
  • - Boring and Turning Machine, Six-Feet, The Niles Tool Work Co., 150
  • - End of the Chicago Exhibition, 51
  • - Engineering Congress, The, 157
  • - Hendey Machine Co., Lathe with Variable Feed without Change Wheels, 56
  • - Locomotives, Compound Passenger, The Rhode Island Locomotive Works (Supplement, January 5th, 1894), 6, 7, 8
  • - Locomotives, Heavy Compound Passenger, Rhode Island Locomotive Works (Supplement, January 5th, 1894), 6, 7, 8
  • - Machine Tools at, 148
  • - Movable Side-walk, Sale of, 393
  • - Planing Machine, Twelve-feet Heavy, The Niles Tool Works Company, 148, 149
  • - Rhode Island Locomotive Works, Compound Passenger Locomotives (Supplement, January 5th, 1894), 6, 7, 8
  • - Sale of the Buildings of the, 353
  • - System of Awards, European Expert’s Opinion on, 138
  • Chicago, Paved Streets of, 131
  • Chicago, Railways Entering, 479
  • Chicago and St. Louis Electric Railway, 393
  • Chicago Shipbuilding Company, Dry Dock to be Built by the, 307
  • Chili Mining Society, Exhibition at the Quinta Normal, 50
  • Chilian Cruiser “Blanco Encalada,” Speed Trials of the, 517
  • Chilian Cruiser “Blanco Encalada,” Gunnery Trials of the, 474
  • Chimney Heightened without Stopping the Spinning Works, Mr. A. Bartling, 93
  • China, Completion of New Strategic Railway, 199
  • China and her Progress, 504
  • China, Railway Bridge over the Lan-Ho, 365, 366, 367, 368
  • Chromate Papers, Dangers of Spontaneous Combustion of, 479
  • Churchill and Co., Messrs. Chas., Friction-driven Lathes, 56, 82
  • Circular Tubes under Pressure, Behaviour of, 360
  • Circulars, Useless British, 52
  • Circulation in the Thornycroft Water-tube Boiler, On, 238
  • Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, 182
  • Circum-Etna Narrow-gauge Railway, 568
  • City of Glasgow, The Steam Lifeboat, 426
  • City and Guilds of London Technical College Conversazione, 415
  • City and Guilds Technical College, Finsbury, Lectures and Syllabus of Lectures, 22
  • City of London Electric Lighting Company, Actions against, 360
  • Civil Engineering, 9
  • Clark’s Civil Service Annual, 93
  • Clark and Co., Messrs. Edwin, Compound Surfacecondensing Launch Engines, 329
  • Clark, Mr. Hyde, on Railways in India, 353
  • Clay cross Collieries, Lifting a Vertical Rising Main by Expansion, 112
  • Clayton, Howlett, and Co., Miller’s Patent Gas Engine, 358
  • Clayton-le-Moors and Great Harwood Sewerage Works, 353
  • Cleveland Blast Furnaces, Proposed Twenty-four Hours’ Stand at the, 579
  • Climate of South California, Dr. C. T. Williams on the, 55
  • Clubbe and Co., Messrs. E. J., Electrical Parcel and Advertising Van, 175
  • Clyde at Glasgow, Re-weiring the, 305
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, 119, 183, 374
  • Clyde Shipbuilding Trade, Encouraging Position of the, 374
  • Coaching, Riding, Driving Exhibition, Projected, 199
  • Coal to Bordeaux, British, 307
  • Coal Briquette-making Machinery, 262, 263
  • Coal and Conciliation, 355
  • Coal Conciliation Board, 312
  • Coal for 1894, Contracts for Locomotive, 35
  • Coal-cutting Machines in Nova Scotia, 227
  • Coal Discovery at Dover, Prof. Boyd-Dawkins on the, 115
  • Coal Drill, Electric, 26
  • Coal-dust in Mines, 182
  • Coal-dust Motor, German, 67
  • Coal at Forest-row, Kent, Discovery of, 67
  • Coal-getting by Machinery, Mr. T. H. Wordsworth on, 152
  • Coal at Highholm, Dumfries, Important Discovery of, 245
  • Coal Mine in Tonquin, 219
  • Coal Mining Machine, The Jeffrey, 26
  • Coal Mining Profits in France, 483
  • Coal, Proposed Restriction of the Output of, 356
  • Coal, Revolt against Dear, 269
  • Coal for Scotch Railways, Northern, 579
  • Coal Shipments and Exports, 48
  • Coal Strike and the Railway Companies, The, 160
  • Coal Trade, Critical State of the, 505
  • Coal, Unscreened, Use of, on Indian Railways, 437
  • Coal War, The American, 505
  • Coal Washing, Mr. F. Baum on, 152
  • Coal Washing at the Middleton Colliery, 541
  • Coalfield in Derbyshire, New, 74
  • Coalfield, The Situation in the, 526
  • Coaling Jetty at Hong Kong, New, 568
  • Cobden-Sanderson, Mr. T. J., Bookbinding and its Ideal, 120
  • Cockerill, The Societe, New Boat for the Ostend- Dover Service, 393
  • Codrington, Mr. Thos., on the Construction of Roadways, 575
  • Cold Storage at Gibraltar, 119
  • Collier, Messrs. S. and E., The “Cummer” Auto¬matic Drier, 316
  • Colliery Accident at Glasshougbton, 374
  • “Colliery Guardian’s” Map of England and Wales, 50
  • Colliery, A New, 291
  • Colliery Owners and Railway Companies in Scot¬land, Differences between, 519
  • Collins, Mr. A. E , Machinery as Applied to the Breaking-up of Macadam, 340
  • Collins, Mr. A. E., on some Municipal Works in Reading, 340
  • Collision at Castle Cary, Report on, 497
  • Collisions on the Cambrian Railways, 327
  • Colouring Aluminium ? 159
  • Colouring Lantern Slides, Mr. J. A. Scott on, 327
  • Colquhoun, Mr. Wm., Briquette Fuel, 406
  • “Columbia,” United States Cruiser, 70
  • Combustion of Carbon in Air, Mr. R. Ernst on the, 67
  • Commans, Mr. Robt. E., Concentration and Sizing of Crushed Minerals, 29
  • Commercial Electrolysis of Fused Salts, 392
  • Commercial and Industrial Depression, Relation of Machinery to, 352
  • Compound Engines—see Engines, Compound
  • Comparative Tests of English and American Trains, 317
  • Compass, Simple Pencil Beam, 208
  • Compound Locomotive, Heavy (Supplement, January 5th, 1894), 6, 7, 8
  • Compound Pumping Engines, Castle Eden Colliery, 194, 195
  • Compound Underground Hauling Engines, 177
  • Compressed Air on Tramways in Paris, 261
  • Compressed Air, Professor Goodman on, 152
  • Compressed Hay for Paving, 519
  • Compression of Fluids, Professor Tait on, 131
  • Concentration and Sizing of Crushed Minerals, 29
  • Conciliation Board, The, 96
  • Concrete Bridge at the Antwerp Exhibition, 520
  • Condensation, Cylinder, 35, 46, 135
  • Condensation in Cylinders, Mr. Croll on, 267
  • Condensing Engines—see Engines, Condensing Conference on Technical Education, 561
  • Congo Railway, The Belgian Government and the, 393, 415
  • Congo Railway, Mr. Smet de Nayer’s Statement Concerning the, 497
  • Congress of interior Navigation, International, 546
  • Conic Sections, Elliptical, 46, 47, 99
  • Conical Hole Boring Machine for Cranks, 98, 135
  • Consett Steel Millmen, Sliding Scale of Wages, 287
  • Constant of Gravitation, The Newtonian, 551
  • Construction of Gasworks, Mr. Chas. Hunt on the, 318
  • Construction of the Modern Locomotive, 257, 301, 302
  • Consumption of Smoke, 47
  • Continuous Current Pump, 76
  • Contract, Breach of, Action for, 206
  • Contract for Machinery of New Battleship given to Messrs. Harland and Wolff, 307
  • Contracts for Locomotive Coal for 1894, 35
  • Contracts for Two of the New Battleships, 307
  • Convention Regarding Cession to Bulgaria of Certain Eastern Railways, 219
  • Cooking by Electricity, 547
  • Cooper’s Steam Digger, 564
  • Co-operative Coal Societies, The Midland Railway Company and, 287
  • Copper from Domestic Ores, Production of, 115
  • Copyright Works, Foreign Reprints of British, no longer to Pay Royalty in Canada, 307
  • Cordite Case, The, 96, 118, 138
  • Cordite Factory at Waltham, The Explosion at the, 393
  • Cordoba Irrigation Works, 350, 351, 354
  • Corinth Ship Canal, The, 304, 475
  • Corliss Engine Trials in Egypt, 286
  • Cornock, Mr. J. C., on the Strength of Knuckle Joints, 176
  • “Cornwall” Lock Nut, The, 336
  • Corollary to the Nebular Theory, A, 71
  • Corporate and Individual Life of London, The Right Hon. T. H. Huxley, 327
  • Corrosion of Bridge Ties, Blackfriars, 393
  • Corrosion of Cast Iron Water Mains, 496
  • Corrosion of Water Pipes, and c., Electric Railways and the, 115
  • Cost of Electrical Energy, The, 375
  • Cost of an Indicated Horse-power, 575
  • Cost of Light ? 159
  • Cost of Silver Production, The, 231
  • Cost of Steam and Water Power, 575
  • Cotton in Manchester, Arrival of, 55
  • Cotton Seed Oil ? 31
  • Couillet Exhibit at the Antwerp Exhibition, 547
  • County Councils, Rivers Conservancy and, 92
  • County Council’s Return to the Science and Art Department, 419
  • Coupled Horizontal Tandem Pumping Engines, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 194, 195
  • Court, Mr. A., on Electric Lighting in Country Houses, 234
  • Cowper-Coles Cold Galvanising Process, The, 151
  • Coxe, Mr. Eckley B., On Carrying Steam to a Long Distance, 393
  • Crane, Crawford’s Automatic Barrel-filling, 520
  • Crane, Electric, Wembley Tower, 392
  • Cranes, Electric, 377, 392, 397, 418, 436, 461
  • Cranes, Electric Travelling and Jib, 377, 397
  • Crane, Locomotive, Messrs. J. H. Wilson, 463
  • Crane, Twenty-ton Locomotive Steam, 337
  • Cranks, Conical Hole Boring Machine for, 98, 135
  • Crank Pin Hole Boring Machine, 410
  • Crank Pin Oiler, Centrifugal, 520
  • Cramp and Sons, Messrs., and the British Admiralty, 376
  • Cramp and Sons, Messrs., Steamships for the American Line, 542
  • Cramps, Lewis and Allen’s Flooring, 475
  • Crawford’s Automatic Barrel-filling Crane, 520
  • Crewe Engineering Works, Full Time at the, 497
  • Crewe Railway Works to be Open on Fridays, 50
  • Crewe Station, Projected Alterations and Extensions of, 93
  • Crisis in the Gas Supply, 525
  • Critical Temperatures by the Critical Index, Method of Determining, 415
  • Croll, Mr., On Condensation in Cylinders, 267
  • Croll, Mr. D., Experiments with Triple Expansion Engines, at Reduced Powers, 230
  • Crompton, Mr., On the Cost of Electrical Energy, 375
  • Croom and Arthur’s, Messrs., System of Longitudinal Shipbuilding, 346, 347
  • Crosland, Mr. J. F. L., Trial of McPhail and Simpson’s Superheater, 121, 140
  • Crosshead, The Laird, 471
  • Crossley Gas Engine, Report on Trials of a, 507
  • Crossley and Co,, Messrs., Portable Oil Engine, 541
  • Crow, Harvey, and Co., Messrs., Shearing Machine, 184
  • Crude Iron Production, 291
  • Crushed Minerals. Concentration and Sizing of, 29
  • Cruiser “Blanco Encalada,” The Chilian, 474, 517 Cruisers, First-Class, “Powerful” and “Terrible,” 29
  • Cruiser, United States, 70
  • Cruiser, “ Yoshino,” The Japanese, 128
  • Crushing Stone at New Bedford, Mass., Cost of, 175
  • Cuirass, The Bullet-proof, 484
  • Cuirass, Herr Dowe’s, 482
  • Cuirass, The Maxim, 521, 574
  • Cumberland Metalliferous Mines, Accidents in the, 245
  • Cumberland, Mining in, 527
  • “Cummer” Automatic Drier for Wet Materials, 316
  • Cunynghame, Mr. H., Instrument for Photomicrography, 379
  • Curie, M. P., on the Magnetic Properties of Iron at Different Temperatures, 374, 479
  • Curious Old Inventions, Mr. G. C. Douglas on some, 175
  • Curve Diagrams, or Picture Writing for Engineers, Prof. W. J. Lineham on the Uses of, 244
  • Curves of Stability and of Righting Moments, 214
  • Cushing, Mr. H. C., On the Necessity for Metallic Circuits for Electrical Currents, 437
  • Cut-off, Automatic, Messrs. T. and R. Lees, 245
  • Cutter and Hammer Manufacturing Co., Lighting and Extinguishing Street Lamps, 175
  • Cutting Telegraph Paper Coils ? 399
  • Cyanide of Potassium on Iron and Steel, Effects of, 131
  • Cycle Construction, Recent Developments in, 368
  • Cylinder Condensation, 35, 46, 135
  • Cylinders, Safety of Compressed Gas, 23
  • DALRYMPLE-HAY, Sir John, Opening Address as Vice-President of the Institution of Naval Architects, 213
  • Dam, La Grange, 470
  • Dana, Prof., His Retirement, 543
  • Daniels, Mr., On the Silver Question in Relation to Engineering, 57
  • Danish Government Railway Bills, Committee of the Folkething on the, 327
  • Danube, Pollution of the, by the Drainage of Vienna, 543
  • Danube Regulation Works, 326, 332, 472, 473, 474, 496, 502
  • Dastre, M. A., On Digestion without Digestive Ferments, 415
  • Davies’ Plural Drilling Machine for Locemotive Boilers, 480, 484
  • Davis and Son, Messrs. John, The Jeffrey Coal Mining Machine, 26
  • Dawes’ Evidence concerning the Collision at Man-chester, 437
  • Dawkins, Prof. Boyd, On Salt-bearing Marls in the Isle of Man, 519
  • Decline of the Laird Crosshead, 471
  • Defence of Theft, In, 495
  • Deherain, M. P. P., On Preservation of Timber from Insects, 199
  • Delame-Deboutaville Gas Engine, Screwboat fitted with, 543
  • Delaurier, M., Experiments in Wood Etching, 175
  • Delebecque, M., On the Composition of the Waters of the Dranse du Cablais and the Rhone, 50
  • Delebecque, M. A., Observations on Inland Lake Water 3
  • Dell and Son, Messrs. W. R., The Forty-eight Hours Week, 353
  • Della Casa Granite Quarries of Italy, Company for Working, 3
  • Denmark, Electric Railway in, 327
  • Denmark, Patent Law in, 295
  • Denmark, Patents in, 478
  • Denmark, Railways in, 261
  • Denny and Co., Messrs., Twin-screw Steamer “Southwark,” 90, 91
  • Density of Certain Gases and the Composition of Water, M. Leduc on, 67
  • Dent, Admiral C. B. C., 245
  • Death caused by Electric Currents, M. A. d’Arson- val on Apparent, 497
  • Death Rate, The Temperature and the, 261
  • Deaths Registered in 33 Great Towns of England and Wales, 3, 25, 50, 67, 93, 153, 175, 261, 287, 307, 327, 353, 393, 415, 437
  • Derby Electric Light Works, 266, 273, 395, 417, 466
  • Derby Electric Light Works, Arc Light Machine and Engine, 395
  • Derby Electric Light Works, Central Station, 266, 273
  • Derbyshire, New Coalfield in, 74
  • Design and Repairs, 438
  • Desulphurising Process, The Saniter, 47
  • Detector and Emitter of Electric Radiation, Prof. O. Lodge, 527
  • Devon and Cornwall, Industries of, 303
  • Devonport Clock, Return-signal from the, 543
  • Devonshire, The Duke of, on Technical Instruction, 353
  • Dewar, Professor, On Gaseous and Liquid Air 24, 55
  • Dewar, Mr. Jas. M., Recent Developments in Marine Engineering, 414
  • Dewar, Professor, On Some Scientific Uses of Liquid Air, 78
  • Dewar, Professor, Solid and Liquid States of Matter, 403, 425, 435
  • Dewrance and Co., Messrs., Wall’s Patent Glass Gauge Protector, 64
  • Digestion without Digestive Ferments, M. A. Dastre on, 415
  • Dines, Mr. W. H., On Duration and Lateral Extent of Gusts of Wind and their Measurement, 261
  • Dines, Mr. W. H., Relation between the Mean Quarterly Temperature and the Death Rate, 261
  • Direction Indicator, Audible, 164
  • Directories, Trades, 152, 157
  • “Dirigo,” First Voyage of the American Steel Sailing Ship, 543
  • Dismal Swamp Canal, The, 416
  • Ditte and Metzer, MM., Action of Metals upen Acid Solutions of their Chlorides, 25
  • Dixon and Sons, Messrs. Jas., Strange Discovery of Spoons bearing their Mark, 415
  • Dixon’s Sight-feed Lubricator? 333
  • Dock, Floating, for Ulna, 474
  • Dock, Graving, at Blackwall, 335
  • Docks, Southampton, 36
  • Donkin, Bryan, Six German Boiler Experiments with the same Coal (Ruhr), 508, 528
  • Donkin, Bryan, On the Systematic Production of Steam from Sixty-eight Boilers at the “Say ” Sugar Refinery, Paris, 201
  • Dore and Chinley Railway, Concerning the Opening of the, 245
  • Dore and Chinley Railway, Girder Bridges on the, 353
  • Dore and Chinley Railway, Inspection of the Works, 261
  • Dore and Chinley Railway, Opening of the, 568
  • Dore and Chinley Railway, Passenger Traffic, 393, 415
  • Dore and Chinley Railway, Tunnels on the, 79
  • Double-decking the Manhattan Elevated System, 287
  • Douglas, Mr. G. C., On Some Carious Old Inventions, 175
  • Doulton’s Metallo-Keramic Joint, 316
  • Dover Harbour, 475
  • Dover, Projected Quayside Harbours at, 67
  • Dowe’s Cuirass, Herr, 482, 484
  • Doxford and Son, Messrs. W., The Cargo Steamer “Turret Age,” 220, 221
  • Doxford and Sons, Messrs. W., Triple-Expansion Engines of the “Turret Age ” (Supplement, May 4th, 1894), 380
  • Drain Water Microbes, Action of Sunshine on, 261
  • Drainage System of Paris, 435
  • Drainage Tunnel Borings for the Valley of Mexico, 415
  • Drainage of the Valley of Mexico, 44
  • Drainage, Water-tight, and the Disposal of Sewage from Isolated Dwellings, 467
  • Drawings of the “Havock,” The Missing—Where are they ? 291
  • Drawings, Thefts of, 231, 291
  • Dredger for the Danube, 82
  • Dredger, Excavating, Panama Canal, 308
  • Dredgers and Rock-breakers, The Iron Gate and other Cataracts of the Danube, 326, 332
  • Dredger, An Oil-fired, 546
  • Dredger for the Russian Government, 153
  • Drier for Wet Materials, The “Cummer,” 316
  • Drill, The McKay Electric, 68
  • Drilling Machine for Locomotive Boilers, Davies’, 480, 484
  • Drumcondra and North Dublin Link Railway Bill, 175
  • Drummuir Station, Major Marindin on the Accident, 393
  • “Dryad,” H.M.S., 401
  • Dry Dock, The Largest on the American Lakes, 307
  • Dry Dock at Mode Wheel Locks, Opening of, 153
  • Drysdale and Co., Messrs., Centrifugal Pumping Engine, 373
  • Dublin Southern Tramways Co. and Electricity as a Motive Power, 25
  • Dublin, Typhoid Fever in, 97
  • Du Bois Raymond, Dr. A., On Lilienthal’s Experiments on Flying, 175
  • Ducal, Col. W. M., Inquiry into the Question of the Horfield Sewage Disposal, 50
  • Dudley Hill Station, Bridges at, 328
  • Duncan, Dr., On a Transmission Dynamometer, 393
  • Duncanson, Mr. Thomas, Notes on the Distribution of Water Supplies, 346
  • Dupre, M., On the Spontaneous Combustion of Chromate Papers, 479
  • Durant and Lencanches, MM., New Valve Gear, 187
  • Durham Coast Railway Scheme, Abandonment of the, 25
  • Dust Particles in the Air, Mr. John Aitken on the Number of, 219
  • Dust in Railway Cars, Poisonous, 307
  • Du Temple Water-tube Boilers for the Torpedo Gunboat “Spanker,” 573
  • Dykes, Mr. A. H., Construction and Working of Electromotors, 135
  • Dymchurch Sea Wall, Report on the Damage done to the, 199
  • “Dynamic,” The Steamer, brings Cattle from Belfast to Manchester, 25
  • Dynamical Theory of the Electrical and Luminiferous Medium, On a, 67
  • Dynamo, Fly-wheel, 88, 94
  • Dynamo, Prof. Forbes’, 519
  • Dynamometer, Transmission, 393
  • EARLE’S Company, Steamer for the Great Eastern Railway Company, 152
  • Earth Movements and Relative Glacial Conditions Professor Hughes on, 245
  • Earthquakes in Greece and Venezuela, 497
  • Eastern Railways, Convention Regarding Cession of, to Bulgaria, 219
  • Easton, Anderson and Goolden Company, The, 101
  • Eaton Hall Sewage Works, The, 199
  • Economist on American Railroads, The, 93
  • Economy of Steam in Rolling Mill Engines, Mr. Worth, 187
  • Education of Marine Engineers, 70
  • Edwards and Symes, Messrs., Orders placed with, 287
  • Efficiency of Centrifugal Pumps? 9
  • Egypt, British Trade in, 567
  • Egypt, Corliss Engine Trials in, 286
  • Egyptian Irrigation Scheme, The, 385
  • Egyptian Railway Department, Tenders Bridges and Railways, 219
  • Eight Hours Day, Government and the, 31
  • Eight Hours Experiment, 310
  • Elbing Works, Twin-screw Vessels for the North German Lloyd Company, 219
  • Electric Automatic Fire-alarm, Tunnard and Keay’s 242
  • Electric Brake, 539
  • Electric Coal Drill, 26
  • Electrical Conduction, Mechanism of, 437
  • Electric Conduit Street Railway, Mr. Love’s, 307
  • Electric Conduit Street Railway System, Mr. H. Petersen, 115
  • Electric Construction Company, Mr. A. A. Blackburn succeeds Mr. T, Parker as Chief Engineer of, 287
  • Electric Crane, Wembley Tower, 392
  • Electric Cranes, 175, 377, 392, 397, 418, 436, 461
  • Electric Cranes, Messrs. J. G. Statter and Co., 175
  • Electrical Currents, Destruction of Metal Pipes by, 415
  • Electrical Directory, The Universal, 157
  • Electric Discharge through Gases, 359
  • Electric Disturbance at Bournemouth, Cardew on the, 175
  • Electric Drill, The McKay, 68
  • Electrical Energy, The Cost of, 375
  • Electrical Energy, New Uses for, 44
  • Electrical Engineering in 1893, 1
  • Electrical Engineering, Prof. A. B. W. Kennedy on, 357, 404, 413
  • Electrical Engineering, Mr. Alexander Siemens on, 47
  • Electrical Engineering Work, 539
  • Electrical Engineers in Conference, German, 527
  • Electrical Equipment of the Liverpool Overhead Railway, 207
  • Electrical Generating Stations, Prof. J. A. Fleming on, 374
  • Electrical Indicator of a Ship’s Position in a Harbour, 184
  • Electrical Industry in 1893, Growth of, 67
  • Electric Light Circuits, Methods of Regulating Pressure in, 316
  • Electric Light Engines, 35
  • Electric Light Engines, Manchester Corporation, 391, 392
  • Electric Light, Gas and the, 376
  • Electric Light in London, 399
  • Electric Light, Naval Photography and the, 558
  • Electric Light Service, Removal of a 250ft. Mast used for, 3
  • Electric Light Supply Works, The Brussels, 116, 121, 150, 154, 155
  • Electric Light Works, Bristol, 432, 433, 434
  • Electric Light Works, Derby, 466
  • Electric Locomotion for Canal Boats on the Erie Canal, 307
  • Electric Locomotive, The Heilmann, 108, 111, 393
  • Electric Lighting on the Brighton Line, 497
  • Electric Lighting in Country Houses, Mr. A. Court, 234
  • Electric Lighting Company, Explosions in Boxes of the City of London, 115
  • Electric Lighting of the Ferris Wheel, 568
  • Electric Lighting of Flour Mills in the United States, 261
  • Electric Lighting of London, 440
  • Electric Lighting Mains, St. Pancras, Elevation of Lid of Manhole or Trap in connection with, 50
  • Electric Lighting, Metropolitan, 418, 422, 440
  • Electric Lighting Station Accidents, 73
  • Electric Lighting Station at Rheims, 374
  • Electrical Machine Tools at Budapest, Exhibition of, 305
  • Electric Mountings, The Canet Turret, 112
  • Electrical Operations of Lock Gates, 3
  • Electrical Plant, Test of an, 71, 99, 135
  • Electric Power Installations in Engineering Ironworks, 339
  • Electric Railway in Brooklyn, New York, Suburbs, 415
  • Electrical Railways and Corrosion of Water Pipes, andc., 115
  • Electric Railway in Denmark, 327
  • Electric Railway Regulations, 265
  • Electric Railway Scheme, Chicago and St. Louis, 393
  • Electric Railway System, The King, 519
  • Electric Railways and Tramways, Mr. Makowski, 362
  • Electric Resistance of Hardened Steel, 74
  • Electrical Road Schemes, 479
  • Electrical Sanitation, Experiments at Worthing in, 50
  • Electric Search Lights, Experiments with, at Sandy Hook, 287
  • Electric Sign Throwing, 436
  • Electric Signals for Warships, 270
  • Electric Street Railway Currents, Increase of Fire Risks by, 437
  • Electric Street Tramways, Mr. Robert Hammond, 575
  • Electric Supply Corporation, The London, 394
  • Electrical Time Check, The Bristol, 184
  • Electric Traction on American Canals, 17
  • Electric Traction, The Electrical World on, 25
  • Electric Traction Industry, The Locomotives Act and the, 393
  • Electric Traction, Latest Development of, 175
  • Electric Traction, Professor Kennedy and, 349
  • Electric Traction on Tramways, 252
  • Electrical Trades Section of the London Chamber of Commerce, Result of Meeting of, 93
  • Electric Tramway and Railway Regulations, 204
  • Electric Transmission of Power from the Perivar River, South India, 281
  • Electric Travelling and Jib Cranes, 377 397
  • Electrically Welded Continuous Rails, 415
  • Electrically Welded Rails in Boston, Breaking of, 219
  • Electrical World on Lieut. Cahoon’s Three Wire Current System, 25
  • Electrician Electrical Trades Directory and Handbook for 1894, 152
  • Electricity, Cooking by, 547
  • Electricity, Generation and Distribution of, 228
  • Electricity, Board of Trade Unit of, 500, 523, 551
  • Electricity as a Motive Power on Tramways, 25
  • Electricity and Steam Power in Switzerland, 22
  • Electricity and Town Refuse, 268, 295, 310, 331
  • Electro-chemical Method of Observation of Alter¬nating Currents, 374
  • Electrolysing Apparatus, The Hermite, 316
  • Electrolysis of Dissolved Alkaline Salts, Electro¬motive Force necessary for, 115
  • Electrolysis of Fused Salts. Commercial, 392
  • Electro-motors, Mr. A. H. Dykes on the Con¬struction and Working of, 135
  • Elementary Physics, Dr. J. Joly on the Teaching of, 153
  • Elliot, Mr. S., Refuse Destructor, 519
  • Elliptical Conic Sections, 46, 47, 99
  • Ellis, Mr. C. E., On Recent Experiments in Armour, 216
  • Elsass-Lothringen Railway Administration and Correspondence of Trains, 175
  • Elwell Fils, MM., High-pressure Air Com¬pressor, 228, 229
  • Emigrants, Information for Intending, 4
  • Employers and Employed, Industrial Union of, 271
  • Employers’ Liability Bill, The Engineering Trades and the, 4
  • Engineers, Education of Marine, 70
  • Engineers’ Gazette Annual and Almanack for 1894, The, 153
  • ENGINEER and the’’Miners’ Congress, Reynolds Newspaper on THE, 497
  • Engineers, Municipal and County-Home Counties at Reading, 340
  • Engineers for the Navy, 95, 134, 291, 294, 440
  • Engineers in the Navy, 291
  • Engineer Personnel of the Navy, 294
  • ENGINEER, THE, at Port Tennant, Reynolds' Newspaper v., 393
  • Engineers’ Work, The British and Metric Systems for, 419
  • Engineering and Allied Trades Section of the London Chamber of Commerce—Indian Railway Enterprise and Private Capitalists, 519
  • Engineering in Brazil, Senhor H. de A. Maia, 152
  • Engineering, Civil, 9
  • Engineering, Electrical, in 1893, 1
  • Engineering Experience at Sea, Mr. G. Lane and Mr. J. Hawthorn, 440
  • Engineering and Ironworks, Electric Power Installations in, 339
  • Engineering, Marine, Practical Problems in, 149
  • Engineering, Mechanical (See “Erratum,” page 51), 11
  • Engineering as a Profession, 436, 478, 482, 499, 522, 554, 552, 573, 574
  • Engineering, Sanitary, 16
  • Engineering Trades and the Employers’ Liability Bill, The, 4
  • Engineering Trades Section of the London Chamber of Commerce and the Antwerp Exhibition, 175
  • Engineering Trades and Short Hours, The, 526
  • Engineering Works on the Thames, 162, 283, 286, 535, 539
  • Engines, American, Distinctive Features of, 574
  • Engines and Anthracite Gas, 574
  • Engine, Boiler, and Employers’ Liability Com¬pany’s Annual Meeting, 174
  • Engine Cabs, Locomotive, 198
  • Engine, Compound Air or Gas, Dr. Oliver Lodge, 237
  • Engines, Compound Surface Condensing Launch, 329
  • Engines, Compound Underground Hauling, 177
  • Engines, Coupled Horizontal Compound Tandem Pumping, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 194, 195
  • Engines, Economy of Steam in Rolling Mill, 187
  • Engines, Electric Light, 35
  • Engines, Electric Light, Manchester Corporation, 391, 392
  • Engine, The Fielding and Platt Gas, 197
  • Engines of the First-class Protected Cruisers “Theseus” and “Royal Arthur,” 246, 249
  • Engine, The Forward, 292, 293
  • Engine, Four-coupled Bogie Tank, London and South - Western Railway, Mr. W. Adams (Supplements, June 15th and 29th), 517, 572
  • Engine, Gas, The Campbell Vertical, 53
  • Engines, Gas, and Scotch Anthracite, 510
  • Engines, Governing Arrangements of, Mr. R. G. Blaine’s Lectures on, 22
  • Engines of the Gunboat “Antelope,” Messrs. Yarrow and Co., 67
  • Engine, Indicator Card of the Oil, 529
  • Engine, Inertia of the Reciprocating Parts of an, 500
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, Mr. P. F. Maccullum on, 47
  • Engines, Marine, Research Committee on, 100, 114, 165
  • Engines, New Express, Great Northern Railway Company, 219
  • Engine in New Zealand, The Traction, 317
  • Engines, Oil, 70, 379
  • Engines, Oil, Royal Agricultural Society’s Exhibi¬tion, Trials of, 295, 310, 331, 360, 397, 540, 566
  • Engines, Oil and Petroleum, 393
  • Engines, A Plea for the Traction, 482
  • Engine, The Portable, Mr. W. D. Wansbrough on, 124
  • Engines, Pumping, Bombay Sewage Works, 223
  • Engine, Pumping, Messrs. Drysdale and Co., 373
  • Engine, Raising of a Canadian Pacific Railway, 327
  • Engine-room Complements, 249
  • Engines, Rotary and Reaction Steam, 272, 273
  • Engines at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 562, 563
  • Engine, A Runaway, 153
  • Engine, Single-cylinder Semi-portable, 499
  • Engine, Spring-mounted, Messrs. Aveling and Porter, 549
  • Engine, Tandem Compound, Test of a, 317
  • Engine, Tank, South-Eastern Railway, Mr. Jas. Stirling (Supplement, January 19th, 1894), 46, 65, 66, 72
  • Engines, Tank, v. Tender Engines, Major Marindin on, 50
  • Engine Tests, Marine, 135
  • Engines, Traction, Mr, G. W. Hawksley’s Plea for, 497
  • Engine, Trials of a Crossley Gas, 507
  • Engine Trials in Egypt, Corliss, 286
  • Engine Trials, Marine, 117, 165
  • Engines, Triple-expansion, Experiments with, at Reduced Powers, 230
  • Engines (Triple-expansion) of the s.s. Maori, 113
  • Engines, Triple-expansion, for the “ Poltava” and “Tri Sviatitelia” (Supplement, January 19th, 1894), 54
  • Engine of the “Turret Age,” Triple-expansion (Supplement, May 1th, 1894), 380
  • Engine, The Woodfield Gas, 358
  • Engler and Singer, Messrs., on Paraffin and Lubricating Oil, 199
  • English Electrical Engineers and the Antwerp Exhibition, 115
  • English Methods of Street Railway Track Construction, Messrs. Moore and McCallum, 287
  • Entropy, 523
  • Entropy, On Temperature and, 411
  • Epping Forest Railway Bill, The. 3
  • Epsom Joint Hospital Board, The, and a New Fever Hospital, 327
  • Epsom Water Supply, 245
  • Equatorial Mounting for Reflecting Telescopes, 353
  • Edmenger’s Method of Testing Portland Cement, andc., by High-pressure Steam, 142
  • Ergometer, Torsional, The Rev. F. J. Smith, 379 “Ericsson,” Launch of the, 519
  • Erie Canal, Electric Locomotion for Canal Boats on the, 307
  • Ernst, Mr. R, “Combustion of Carbon in Air,” 67
  • Erosion of Sewer Inverts, The, 327
  • Erratum, 397
  • Errata, referring to pp. 172-174, 203
  • Erratum (First Column), 13 (see “Mechanical Engineering,” p. 11)
  • Erratum Relative to the New Type Torpedo Boat No. 93, 58
  • Estimating the Value of a Railway, 440
  • Estuaries, Mr. H. L. Partiot on, 360
  • Etchell’s “Non-drip” Shaft Bearing, 499
  • Etching on Wood, M. Delaurier’s Experiments in, 175
  • Ether Saturator for the Lantern, Mr. Gwyer’s, 359
  • Europe, Train Ferries in, 303
  • Evans, Mr. David, Elected President of Cleveland Ironmasters’ Association, 25
  • Evaporator, Morison’s, 176
  • Excavating Dredger, Panama Canal, 308
  • Excavator, Steam, 176, 180
  • Exhibition, The Antwerp, 25, 115, 325
  • Exhibition, The Antwerp—see also Antwerp Exhibition
  • Exhibition of Book and Paper Industries in Paris, 219
  • Exhibition at Bucharest, The Fourth, 393
  • Exhibition, The Building, 263
  • Exhibition, Chicago—see Chicago
  • Exhibition of Electrical Machine Tools at Budapest, 305
  • Exhibition, The Luxemburg, 526, 574
  • Exhibition, Projected Coaching, Riding, Driving, andc., 199
  • Exhibition of Yachts, 115
  • Exhibition, Santiago-Chile, Opening Deferred, but Exhibits can be Forwarded at Once, 50
  • Exhibition, The Vienna International, 144
  • Expansion by Cold, 99
  • Expansion, Lifting a Vertical Rising Main by, 112
  • “Expert” Chain Morticing Machine, The, 263
  • Explosion, Blast Furnace, in the Pas de Calais, 568
  • Explosion at the Torpedo Station, Newport, 415
  • Explosion at Waltham Abbey, 421
  • Explosion which Occurs when Water is Poured into Sodium, 479
  • Explosive Gaseous Mixtures, Temperature of Ignition of, 80
  • Explosive Mixtures, Experiments on the Limiting Proportions of, 327
  • Eyebar Test, An Instructive, 287
  • FACTORIES and Workshops Bill, 378
  • Factory Inspection, Over, 376
  • Factory and Workshop Inspectorships, 287
  • Fairburn and Hall, Messrs., Trial of Forty-eight Hours Week at the Works of, 437
  • Fairfield Engineering and Shipbuilding Company, River and Sea-going Passenger Steamer, “La Marguerite,” 315
  • Fan, Mine Ventilating, 485
  • Fan, Slow-speed Direct-acting, 373
  • Fastest Ship in the World, The, 558
  • Faults in Chalk, 130, 204
  • Fawcett, Mr. T. C., Brick and Tile making, 263
  • Feed-water, Lyons’ Apparatus for Purifying, 184
  • Feed-water Heater, Brown’s Berryman, 394
  • Feed-water, Purification of, 53
  • Female “Station-masters” in Victoria, 115
  • Ferries, Train, 303
  • Ferris Wheel, Mr. J. W. Schaub on the Method of Calculating the Stresses in the Ferris Wheel, 358
  • Fibre Treating Machinery 173
  • Fielding and Platt Gas Engine, The, 197
  • Fielding and Platt, Messrs., Stationary and Portable Oil Engines, 567
  • Filter, The Howatson Low-pressure, 4
  • Fire Alarm, Electric Automatic, 242
  • Fire-bars ? Destruction of, 181
  • Fire box Stay in Boiler, Failure of, 67
  • Fire-engine, Locomotive, 228
  • Fireproof Buildings and Sound, 230
  • Fire-pump Locomotives, 264
  • Fires, London, and the Brigade, 96
  • Fischer-Peters’ System of Water Filtration ? 225
  • Fisher, lhe Rev. O., On the Condition of the Interior of the Earth, 153
  • Fishguard Bay Railway and Pier Purchase Bill Passing of, 479
  • Fish Traffic over Russian Railroads, Live, 393
  • Flanges, Spencer, Welded Iron and Steel, 336
  • Fleet, Making of a Modern, 222
  • Fleet, A Volunteer, 523, 542
  • Fleming and Ferguson, Messrs., Water - tube Marine and Land Boilers, 132, 133, 136
  • Fleming, Professor J. A., On Various Electric Generating Stations, 374
  • Fleuss, Mr. H. A., Mechanical Air Pump, 379
  • Floating Dock for Barcelona, 251
  • Floating Dock for Ulna, 474
  • Floats in Glass Furnaces, 431
  • Flood, Dr Prestwick on the Tradition of the, 261
  • Flooring Cramps, Lewis and Allen’s, 475
  • Florida Central and Peninsular Railway, Blocked for Five Days, 261
  • Florida, Ship Canal Across, 219
  • Flour Mills in the United States and Canada, 497
  • Flour Mills in the United States, Electric Light in, 261
  • Flow of Water through New Cast Iron Pipe, 393, 543
  • Fluid Pressure Reversing Gear, Joy’s, 436, 478
  • Fluid Valve Gear, Joy’s, 501
  • Fly-wheel Dynamo, 88, 94
  • Fly-wheels, Wood, 265
  • Flying, Lilienthal’s Experiments on, 175
  • Folk-lore on Public Works and Mining, M. Sebillot, 519
  • Forbes, Professor, his Patent for Construction of Dynamo, 519
  • Foreign Competition, A New Departure in, 376
  • Foreign Demand for British Machinery, The, 546
  • Foreign Tests of Steel, 371
  • Foreigners in France, Status of Professional, 67
  • Forging by Hydraulic Pressure, 161
  • Forney, M. N., Monthly List of Accidents to Engineers and Firemen, 50
  • Forrest’s Silver Bronze Rod Packing, 205
  • Forth and Clyde Ship Canal, Proposed, 199, 291
  • Fortnightly Tickets on the Belgian State Railways, 245
  • Forty-eight Hours Week, The, 371
  • Forty-eight Hours Week and Mr. Mather’s Report, 330
  • Forty-eight Hours Week and Overtime, 311
  • Forty-eight Hours Week in Sunderland and in Manchester, 269, 289, 296
  • Forty-eight Hours Week in Government Fac tories, The, 315
  • Forward Gas Engine, The, 292, 293
  • Four-coupled Bogie Tank Engine, Mr. W. Adams 517
  • Fowler, Mr. A. M., His Presidential Address, 575
  • Fowler and Co., Messrs., Eight-furrow Turnover Steam, 562
  • Fowler and Co., Messrs. John, Burton-on-Trent Electric Light Works, 506
  • Fowler, Mr. H., “Testing of Materials,” 101
  • France, April Trade Returns in, 415
  • France, Coal-mining Profits in, 483
  • Fraser and Co., Messrs. W. J., Lyons’ Apparatus for Purifying Feed-water, 184
  • Freezing Points of Triple Alloys, Messrs. Heycock and Neville, 50
  • Freight Traffic on Prussian State Railways on Sundays, 393
  • French Budget and the Construction of New Railways, 479
  • French High Velocity Trial, 249
  • French International Automobile Carriage Com¬petition, 260
  • French Naval Programme, Delays in Carrying Out, 519
  • French Navy, Addition to, 93
  • French Railway Receipts, 543
  • French Railways, Reduction in the Working Hours upon, 437
  • French Railways, December 31st, 1892, Total Length of, 479
  • French Shipbuilding in 1894, 122
  • French Torpedo Boats, Trial of, 543
  • French Trade, Navigation, andc., 1893, 313
  • French Valve Gear, New, 187
  • Friction-driven Engine Lathe, 56, 82
  • Friction of Gases, 574
  • Frozen Meat from New Zealand, 339
  • Fuel, Oil, 500
  • Fuel Question at Limoges, The, 568
  • Fuel at Sea, Liquid, 291, 310, 360, 396
  • Funchal to the Mount, Opening of Railway from, 568
  • Furnaces, Blast, Mr. W. Hawdon on their Capacity and Form, 388
  • Furnaces, Five New Blast, in the Longwy District of France, 115
  • Furnaces, Floats in Glass, 431
  • Furnace, The Meldrum, 539
  • Furnaces, Smoke-preventing, Mr. G. R. Steward on, 174
  • Furnaces, Steel, 203
  • Fused Salts, Commercial Electrolysis of, 392
  • Future Bolt Company, Lightning Bolt, 164
  • GALLOWAY, Mr. John (with Portrait), 129, 187
  • Galloways Limited, Messrs., Compound Electric Light Engines for the Manchester Corporation, 391, 392
  • Galvanising Process, Cowper-Coles’, 151
  • Gardner’s Timber-preserving Process, 519
  • Garrard, Mr. C. R,, Recent Developments in Cycle Construction, 368
  • Garrett, Mr. Henry A., Torquay Sewerage, 510
  • Gas and Coal in London, Heat Value of, 131
  • Gas Combustion, Mr. C. R. Bellamy on the Science of, 261
  • Gas Cylinders, Burst, 25
  • Gas Cylinders, Safety of Compressed, 23
  • Gas and the Electric Light, 376
  • Gas Engines and Anthracite, 574
  • Gas Engine, The Fielding and Platt, 197
  • Gas Engine, The Forward, 292, 293
  • Gas Engines and Scotch Anthracite, Large 510
  • Gas Engine, Trials of a Crossley, 507
  • Gas Engine, The Woodfield, 358
  • Gas Engine—see also Engines, Gas
  • Gas, Enriching of Coal, by means of Oxy-oil Gas, 3
  • Gas-fired Steam Generators, 498
  • Gas Motor Tramcar, 548
  • Gas, Natural, Use of, in Indianapolis, 93
  • Gas in Paris, Consumption of, 497
  • Gas in the United States, Price of, 199
  • Gas Supply, 16
  • Gas Supply, Crisis in the, 525
  • Gaseous and Liquid Air, Prof. Dewar on. 24, 55
  • Gases, Electric Discharge through, 359
  • Gases, Friction of, 574
  • Gases, Kinematic Theory of, 542
  • Gases, Kinetic Theory of, 306, 349, 372
  • Gases Rarefied, Prof. Ramsay on, 568
  • Gasholder at Middlesbrough, Tenders for a, 519
  • Gasholder Construction, Mr. E. Lloyd Pease 286
  • Gasworks, The Construction of, 318
  • Gauge, Improved Carpenter’s, 347
  • Gauge Protector, Glass, 64
  • Gear, Fluid Pressure Reversing, 279
  • Gear, Joy's Fluid Valve, 501
  • Geared High Lift Pumps, 205
  • Geelong, Opening of the New Channel at 244
  • Gehre's Patent Steam Superheater, 121
  • Generators, Dry Steam, McPhail Simpson’s, 121, 140
  • Geological Congress, The International, 157
  • German Boats for the Navy, 401
  • German Contracts for the Royal Navy, 378
  • German Electrical Engineers in Conference, 527
  • German Railway and other Machinery Exports, 287
  • German Shipbuilding, 423
  • German Steam Boiler Experiments with the same Coal (Ruhr), 508, 528
  • Gibraltar, Cold Storage at, 119
  • Giffard Prize, Subject of the, in 1896, 393
  • Gigantic Wheel at Earl’s Court, The, 324, 379
  • Glasgow Corporation Tramways, New Tramcars, 239, 242, 243
  • Glasgow Iron and Steel Company, Extension of the, 479
  • Glasgow, New Cessnock Docks, Twenty-ton Loco-motive Steam Crane, 337
  • Glasgow, Re-weiring the Clyde at, 305
  • Glasgow Sewage Disposal Works, 42, 44, 372, 380
  • Glasgow and South-Western Railway Weather Report at St. Enoch Station, 497
  • Glasgow University Court, The, and Professor Jamieson, 131
  • Glass Furnaces, Floats in, 431
  • Glass Protector for Water Gauges, 64
  • Glasshoughton, Accident in new Colliery at, 374
  • Glen, Mr. Hugh, Trades Unionism, 405
  • Globe Engineering Company, Steam and Water Separators, 548
  • Glycerine, Use of, in the Preparation of Leather, 437
  • Goerz and Van Hoegh, of Barlin, Photographic Lenses, 573
  • Gold Car System of Heating Railway Carriages, 374
  • Gold in Lower Burma, 519
  • Gold Mining Machinery ? 31, 135
  • Gold Nuggets, Mr. Liversidge on the Origin of, 570
  • Gold Storage System, Safety of the, 131
  • Gonda, Bela von, The Danube Regulation Works, 496, 502
  • Goniometer, Miss Edna Walter and Mr. H. B. Bourne, 527
  • Goodman, Professor, On Compressed Air, 152
  • Goodman, Professor, On Compressed Gas Cylinders, 23
  • Goolden, Mr. W. T., on Electrical Engineering, 539
  • “Gothic,” The s.s., 5
  • Gouber, Mr. S., Iron and Concrete Construction, 184
  • Gould Company’s Exhibit at the Antwerp Exhibition, 547
  • Governing Arrangements of Engines, Mr. R. G. Blaine’s Lectures on, 22
  • Government and the Eight Hours Day, 31
  • Government Factories, The Forty-eight Hours Week, 315
  • Government Factories, Work in, 401
  • Government Workmen, 378
  • Governor, Marine, Mr. R. F. C. Keats, 222
  • Grafton, Mr. A. T., Self-adjusting Sand-pipe Nozzle for Locomotives, 378
  • Grandidier, M., on Soil and Climate of Madagas¬car, 415
  • Granite Quarries of Italy, The Della Casa, 3
  • Grantham, Mr. R. F., on the Protection of our Coasts, 153
  • Gravesend, Royal Terrace Pier, 29, 568
  • Graving Dock Extension at Blackwall, 335
  • Gravitation, The Newtonian Constant of, 551
  • Gravity Railway, A Miniature, 185
  • Gray, Professor Elisha, The Telautograph, 527
  • Gray, Mr. P. L., on the Minimum Temperature of Visibility, 393
  • Greathead and Fox, Messrs., Liverpool Overhead Railway, 207
  • Great Eastern Railway Company, Another Steamer for the, 152
  • Great Eastern Railway Company, Special Arrange¬ments Relative to the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show at Cambridge, 374
  • Great Northern Extension Lines in Yorkshire, 328
  • Great Northern Railway Company, New Express Engines, 219
  • Great Northern Railway Company and the Stam¬ford and Essendine Railway Company, 50
  • Great Northern of Sweden Trunk Railway to Boden, Completion of, 353
  • Great Western Railway Claim against the Swan¬sea Harbour Trust, Settlement of, 519
  • Great Western Railway, Rodger Ballasting System, 539, 548
  • Greece, Trade-marks in, 100
  • Green and Boulding, Messrs., Forrest’s Silver Bronze Rod Packing, 205
  • Gresham and Craven, Messrs., Self-adjusting Sand-pipe Nozzle for Locomotives, 378
  • Grierson, Mr. T. B., Appointment of, 175
  • Griffin, Mr. R. T., 287
  • Grinding Brass Foundry Dross (not Skimmings), 137
  • Groombridge’s Slow Speed Direct-acting Fan, 373
  • Grounding of the Granada in the Manchester Ship Canal, 3
  • Grubb, Sir Howard, Evolution of the Astronomical Telescope, 486
  • Grubb, Sir Howard, New Form of Equatorial Mounting for Monster Reflecting Telescopes, 353
  • Guide Book, A New, 550
  • Guilds Central Institution, Change of Name, 114
  • Gulpen, Lensing, and Gimborn, Conical Hole Boring Machine for Cranks, 98
  • Gun Carriage, Canet’s Central-pivot Quick-firing, 281
  • Gun Mountings, The Canet Electric Turret, 112
  • Gun Practice in Austria, Effect of Smokeless Powder on, 252
  • Gunnery Trials of the Chilian Cruiser “Blanco Encalada,” 474
  • Guns, Machine, 439
  • Guns and Smokeless Powder, Tests of, at New York and Indian Head, 287
  • Gusts of Wind, Duration, andc., of, Mr. W. H Dines on, 261
  • Gwynne, Messrs. John and Henry, Centrifugal Pumps for Holland, 130
  • Gwynne, Messrs. John and Henry, Engineering Works, 283-286
  • HAAGE, Mr., on the Use of Petroleum for Removing Boiler Scale, 437
  • Hadfield, Mr. R. A., on the Results of Heat treatment on Manganese Steel, 390
  • Hague International Inland Navigation Congress, 310, 478
  • Hains, Colonel P. C., on Dredging Operations in the Potomac, 243
  • Haldane, Mr. J. W. C., on the Latest Locomotive Works, 141
  • Halifax, Utilisation of Town Refuse at, 141
  • Hall, Mr. Chas. J., “Generation and Distribution of Electricity,” 228
  • Hamburg - American Packet Company’s s.s. “Prussia,” 496
  • Hamburg-American Steamship Company, Yearly Report of the, 374
  • Hammersmith Bridge and Genuine White Lead, 25
  • Hammersmith Ironworks, 283-286
  • Hammond, Mr. Robert, Electric Street Tramways, 575
  • Handyside and Co., Messrs. Andrew, Bridge over the Trent, 27, 28, 30
  • Handyside and Co., Messrs. Andrew, Railway Bridge over the Lan-Ho, China, 365, 366, 367, 368
  • “Hannibal,” The Framing and Deadweight of the, 543
  • Harbours, Scotch, 89
  • HARBOURS AND WATERWAYS, 15, 194
  • - Bermuda, 244
  • - Birmingham Canal, 324
  • - Boston, 324
  • - Canals, 89, 195, 324, 402, 475
  • - Cape Town, 216
  • - Cardiff, 89, 324
  • - Clyde, The, 195
  • - Corinth Canal, 475
  • - Dock and Harbour Revenues, 194
  • - Dover Harbour, 475
  • - East Coast Harbour of Refuge, 216
  • - Forth and Clyde Ship Canal, 324
  • - Galveston, 324
  • - Geelong, 244
  • - Grand Canal Company of Ireland’s Increase of Traffic, 216
  • - Hull, 475
  • - King’s Lynn, 324
  • - Liverpool, 324
  • - Mersey, The, 402
  • - Methil, 324
  • - Milford, 324
  • - Navigation Congress, 324
  • - Newlyn, 402
  • - Potomac River, Washington, 243
  • - Russia, 244
  • - Rye Harbour, 475
  • - Scotch Fishery Harbours, 402
  • - Scotch Harbours, 89
  • - Severn, The, 402
  • - Southampton, 89
  • - Swansea, 89
  • - Thames, The, 89
  • - Trent Navigation, The, 402
  • - Wear, The, 402
  • Hardened Steel, Electrical Resistance of, 74
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., Contract for Machinery of First-class Battleships given to, 307
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., s.s. “Gothic,” 5
  • Harland and Wolff’s Twin-screw s.s. “Prussia,” 496
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., Twin-screw s.s. “Torr Head,” 305
  • Harley, Dr. Vaughan, Sugar as a Food in the Production of Muscular Work, 93
  • “Harnessing Niagara,” 153
  • Harper, Mr. Louis, Designs for Steel Rope Suspension Bridges at Grimsby, 307
  • Harvey Steel Car Company, Steel American Oil Tank Car, 336
  • Hatcher’s Tile Machinery ? 333
  • Haughton, Mr. H., Heroic Act of the Young Engineer, 393
  • Haulage, A Problem in, 73, 95, 137
  • Hauling Engines, Compound Underground, 177
  • Hauling Problem, 117
  • Havana, Tramways in, 543
  • “Havock,” H.M.S., at Portsmouth, 3
  • “Havock,” Missing Drawings of the, 231, 249, 291, 356, 400, 495
  • Hawdon, Mr. W., On the Capacity and Form of Blast Furnaces, 388
  • Hawksley, Mr. G. W., His Plea for Traction Engines, 497
  • Hawksley, Mr. Thomas, Personal Estate of, 261
  • Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co., Messrs. R. and W., Twin-screw Steamer “St. Petersburg,” 507
  • Hay Imports during 1893, 353
  • Hay-making and Clover-making Machines, Prizes for, 304
  • Hay for Paving, Compressed, 519
  • Hay, Spontaneous Heating and Ignition of, 245
  • Haywood, Colonel William, 335, 497
  • “Hazard,” Completion of the Torpedo Boat
  • “Hazard,” Launch of the New Torpedo Gunboat 153
  • Hazeland’s Wood Paving Machine, Re, 574
  • Head, Mr. Jeremiah, Takes his Son into Partnership, and Transfers his Business to Westminster, 3
  • Heat, Carnot and Modern—See Carnot and Modern Heat
  • Heat, Mechanical Equivalent of, 379
  • Heat, Modern, 21, 41, 63, 85, 86, 99,108,127,147, 134, 178, 197, 198, 237, 279, 323, 348, 371, 396, 411, 418, 436, 478, 522, 557
  • Heat, Value of the Mechanical Equivalent of, 436
  • Heats of Steam, Latent, 542
  • Heats of Vapours, Latent, 574
  • Heat of Water, Specific, 50
  • Heats of Steam, Specific and Latent, 370, 419
  • Heater Condenser Company, Feed-water Softening and Heating Apparatus, 53
  • Heater, Feed-water, Brown’s Berryman, 394
  • Heating Metals by Electric Current, M. Lagrange and Hoho’s Process for, 568
  • Heating Railway Carriages, Belleroche’s System, 34
  • Heating Railway Carriages, The Gold Car System of, 374
  • Heating Tube, The Row Heating, 281
  • Heating Water by an Incandescent Electric Lamp in the Lighting Circuit, 353
  • Heatley District, Main Drainage of the, 543
  • Hedges, Mr. K., Transmission of Force by Balls, 379
  • Heilmann Electric Locomotive, The, 108, 111, 393
  • Hendey Machine Company’s Lathe with Variable Feed without Change Wheels, 56
  • Heycock and Neville on The Freezing Points of Triple Alloys, 50
  • Heywood, Colonel, Artesian Well sunk under his Superintendence in New Street, Gravellane, 199
  • Hematite Iron Trade and Railway Prospects, 183
  • Herbert and Co.’s Plant, Sale of Messrs., 69
  • H.M. Second-class Battleship “ Centurion,” 223, 224
  • H.M.S. “Daring,” The Fastest Ship in the World, 558
  • H.M.S. “Dryad,” 401
  • H.M.S. “tlalcyon,” Launch of, 315
  • H.M.S. “ Havock,” at Portsmouth, 3
  • H.M.S. “Hornet,” 249, 391
  • H.M.S. “ Lynx,” Launch of a New Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 104
  • H.M.S. “St. George,” 75, 101
  • H.M.S. “Speedy,” Launch of, 162
  • H.M.S. “Theseus” and “Royal Arthur,”Engines of the, 246, 249
  • Hermite Electric Treatment of Sewage at Worthing, 316
  • Hertz, The Work of, 510
  • Hett’s Pelton Wheel, 358
  • Hick, Mr. John, 120
  • High Carbon Rails—Light Railways, 478
  • High pressure Air Compressor, 228, 229
  • High-pressure Steam Testing of Portland Cement, 178
  • High-Velocity Trial, French, 249
  • Highgate Museum of Sanitary Appliances, The, 327
  • Hill and .Brett, Messrs., Apparatus for Burning- Hydro-carbons, 412
  • Hobson, Mr. William, Resignation of, 519
  • Holden, Mr., His System of Liquid Fuel with Coal for Locomotives, 193
  • Hole-boring Machine, Crank Pin, 440
  • Holme and King, Messrs., v. The Teddington Local Board, Mr. J. W. Barry’s Award, 93
  • “Homogeneous Division of Space,” Article on, 219
  • Hoosac Tunnel, Length of the, 25
  • Hopeful Trade Views, 52
  • Hopkinson, Dr. John, Relation of Mathematics to Engineering, 357
  • Hopper Dredger, “Hugh Andrews,” Launch of, 519
  • Horan, Mr. John, His Appointment as County Surveyor, 199
  • Horfield Sowage Disposal and the Bristol Sanitary Authority, 50
  • “Hornet,” The Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 249, 394, 516
  • Hornsby and Sons, Messrs., Stationary and Portable Oil Engines, 566
  • Horse Haulage Attachments, Mr. T. H. Brigg, 199
  • Horsley, Dr. Vic'.or, On Some Destructive Effects of Projectiles, 329
  • Hospitals on Chalk, and Danger to the Water Supply, 327
  • Howard, Mr. J. E., On Steel Rails, 153
  • Howatson Low-pressure Filter, Tne, 4
  • Howden, Mr., On Water-tube Boilers, 238
  • Hudswell Clarke and Co., Etchell’s Shaft Bearing, 499
  • Hughes, Mr. H. W., On Photography in Coal Mines, 152
  • Hughes, Prof., On Earth Movements and Relative Glacial Conditions, 245
  • Hull, 475
  • Hulse and Co., Messrs., Davies’ Plural Drilling Machine for Locomotive Boilers, 480, 484
  • Humphrys, Tennant, and Co., Messrs., Engines for the “Poltava” and Tri “Sviatitelia ” (Supplement, January 19th, 1894), 54
  • Hungary, State Railways in, 115
  • Hunt, Mr. Charles, Construction of Gasworks, 318
  • Hutchinson, Major, on the Collision at Dover Town Station, 25
  • Huxley, The Right Hon. T. H., on the Corporation of London, 327
  • Hydraulic Cements, The Testing of, 397
  • Hydraulic Power Installation, Manchester, 339
  • Hydraulic Power Supplied by the Manchester Corporation, 115
  • Hydraulic Pressure, Forging by, 161
  • Hydraulic Propulsion, 64
  • Hydraulic Reversing Gear, Joy’s, 396, 436
  • Hydraulic Testing Machine, Phoenixville Ironworks, 98
  • Hydrocarbons, Apparatus for Burning, 412
  • Hydro-electric Installation, Antwerp (Supplement, March 9th, 1894), 200, 205
  • Hydrogen through a Palladium Septum, Passage of, 497
  • Hygiene and Demography, International Congress of, at Buda Pest, 222, 518
  • ICE-MAKING with Natural Gas, 543
  • “Illinois,” Removal of the Brick Battleship, 353
  • Imperial China Railway, Tientsin to Shanhaik- wan, 479
  • Imperial Chinese Railway, Bridge over the Lan- Ho, 365, 366, 367, 368
  • India, Discovery of Working Telephone in, 327
  • India, Railways of, 93
  • India-rubber Waterproof Cloth, 175
  • India Sanitary Measures, 1891-92, 571
  • Indian Railway Co.’s Bill, The, 353
  • Indian Railway Enterprise, Private Capitalists and, 519
  • Indian Railways, New Line from Singhia to Madaripore, 175
  • Indian Railways, Supplies for, 249
  • Indian State Railways, Narrow Gauge Locomo¬tive, 544, 550
  • Indian State Railways, Narrow Gauge Tank Engines, 568
  • Indiana Armour Plates, 501
  • Indicator, Audible Direction, 164
  • Indicator Card of the Oil Engine, 529
  • Indicator, Robertson’s Railway Station, 326
  • Industrial Occupations, 31
  • Industrial Union of Employers and Employed, 271
  • Industries of Devon and Cornwall, 303
  • Inertia of the Reciprocating Parts of a Steam Engine, 500
  • Ingersoll-Sergeant Rock Drill, Jeddo Tunnel, 93
  • Inglis, Mr. John, The Apprentice Question, 314
  • Ingot Tilting Gear, 561
  • Injector, The Brownley, 549
  • Inland Navigation, 303
  • Inland Waterways : Their Relation to Transportation, 387
  • Instantaneous Steam Generators ? 181, 203
  • Institute of Engineers, Meeting of the South Wales, 374
  • Institute of Engineers in Scotland, Graduate Section of
  • Internal Combustion Engines, Mr. P. F. Maccullum, 47
  • INSTITUTE, THE FRANKLIN:—
  • - Awards Granted by, 26
  • INSTITUTE, THE INCORPORATED GAS:—
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. John West, 541
  • INSTITUTE, THE IRON AND STEEL :—
  • - Autumn Meeting of, at Brussels, Arrangements for, 520
  • - Capacity and Form of Blast Furnaces, Mr. W. Hawdon, 388
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. E. Windsor Richards, 369
  • - Modification of the Ordinary Method of Analysing Steel, Mr. H. K. Bamber, 390
  • - Observations on the Relations between the Chemical Constitution and Ultimate Strength of Steel, Mr. W. R. Webster, 390
  • - Physical Influence of Elements on Iron, Prof. J. O. Arnold, 388
  • - On the Preparation of Specimens of Iron and Steel for Microscopic Examination, Mr. Stead, 390
  • - Programme of the Annual Meeting, 318
  • - Results of Heat Treatment on Manganese Steel, and their Bearing upon Carbon Steel, Mr. R. A. Hadfield, 390
  • - Walrand-Legandiisel Method of Making Steel Castings, Mr. G. J. Snelus, 369
  • Institute, Iron and Steel, Autumn Meeting of, at Brussels, 131
  • INSTITUTE OF IRON AND STEEL WORKS MANAGERS, THE SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE:—
  • - Oil and Petroleum Engines, Mr. H. M. Wayn- forth, 393
  • - Visit to the Manchester Canal and Liverpool Overhead Railway, 497
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :—
  • - Fourth Annual Dinner, 547
  • - Pump Valves, Mr. W. E. Lilley, 78, 102
  • - Screw Propellers, Reversing Screw Propellers and Non - reversible Engines, Mr. Robert McGlasson, 17
  • INSTITUTE OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, DUNDEE AND NORTH OF SCOTLAND:—
  • - Some Curious Old Inventions, Mr. G. C. Douglas, 175
  • INSTITUTE, THE SANITARY, 431:—
  • - Series of Lectures, 307
  • INSTITUTE, THE VICTORIA :—
  • - Possible Cause for the Origin of the Tradition of the Flood, Dr. Prestwich, 261
  • Institute, The Westminster Technical, 327
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS:—
  • - Awards for Papers read and discussed, 1893-4, 501
  • - Concentration and Sizing of Crushed Minerals, Mr. Robert E. Commans, 29
  • - Construction of Gasworks, Mr, Chas. Hunt, 318
  • - Council of the, 396
  • - Estuaries, Mr. H. L, Partiot, 360
  • - Examinations to be held at, 76
  • - “James Forrest” Lectures, Second of, 357
  • - Liverpool Overhead Railway, Construction and Electrical Equipment of, by Messrs. Greathead and Fox and Mr. J. Parker, 207
  • - Nineteenth Annual Dinner, 426
  • - Training of Rivers, The, Mr. L. F. Vernon- Harcourt, 359
  • - Tunnels on the Dore and Chinley Railway, Mr. Percy Rickard, 79
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, ASSOCIATION OF MANCHESTER STUDENTS :—
  • - Seventh Annual Dinner, 101
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, NEWCASTLE- ON-TYNE ASSOCIATION:—
  • - Bridge Floors, Mr. J. Watt Sandeman, 148
  • - Piles and Pile-driving, Mr. J. R. Baterden, 41, 463, 486
  • - Programme of a Visit to Liverpool, 547
  • - Water-tight Drainage and the Disposal of Sewage from Isolated Dwellings, Mr. G. S. W. Rogers, 467
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, THE:— Conversazione, 497
  • - Inaugural Address of Mr. Alexander Siemens, 47
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, THE CLEVELAND :—
  • - Economy of Steam in Rolling Mill Engines, Mr. Worth, 187
  • - Electric Power Installations in Engineering and Ironworks, Mr. D. Selby-Bigge, 339
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND NAVAL ARCHITECTS, HULL AND DISTRICT:—
  • - Boiler Management and Inspection, Mr. W, Pemberton, 234
  • - Water-tight Subdivision and the Pumping Arrangements of the First-class Cruisers recently completed, Mr. F. Somerscales, 135
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS, THE NORTH-EAST COAST:—
  • - Excursion to the Consett Iron Company’s Works, 527
  • Institution, Guilds Central, Change of Name, 114
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :—
  • - Address by the President, Prof. Alexander B. W. Kennedy, 357, 404, 413
  • - Annual Dinner, 339
  • - Research Committee on Marine Engine Trials, Prof. T. H. Beare’s Report, 100, 114, 165
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING ENGINEERS, THE FEDERATED, 466
  • - Coal-getting by Machinery, Mr. T. H. Wordsworth, 152
  • - Coal-washing, Mr. F. Baum, 152
  • - Compressed Air, Professor Goodman, 152
  • - Four Other Papers taken as Read, 152
  • - Geology of the West Yorkshire Coalfield, Prof. Lupton, 152
  • - Photography in Coal Mines, Mr. W. H. Hughes, 152
  • - Programme for February, 112
  • - Shale Oil Industry of France, Prof. Chesneau, 152
  • - Visits of the Members, 152
  • Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, Report of Session 1893-4, 274
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS, 120, 241
  • - Circulation in the Thorny croft Water Boiler, Mr. Thornycroft, 238
  • - Comparative Merits of Cylindrical and Watertube Boilers for Ocean Steamships, Mr. Howden, 238
  • - Experiments with Triple-expansion Engines at Reduced Powers, Mr. D. Croll, 230
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS (continued):—
  • - Fluid Pressure Reversing Gear, Mr. David Joy, 279
  • - Leaves from a Laboratory Note-book, Prof. V. B. Lewes, 279, 295
  • - Opening Address by the Vice-President, Sir John Dalrymple-Hay, Bart., 213
  • - Programme for the Session 1894, 183
  • - Qualities and Performances of Recent First- class Battleships, Mr. W. H. White, 213
  • - Recent Experiments in Armour, Mr. C. E. Ellis, 216
  • - Summer Meeting at Southampton, 523
  • - Vibrations of Steamers, Herr Otto Schlick, 259
  • - Water-tube Boilers, Mr. J. T. Milton, 250, 251
  • Institution, The Newsvendors’ Benevolent and Provident, Annual Meeting of, 93
  • Institution, Railway Benevolent, Duke of York to Preside at Dinner of, 245
  • Institution, Royal—see Royal Institution
  • Intercontinental Railway, Report on, 219
  • Interlaken and Lauterbrunnen, Mountain Railway between, 543
  • Internal Combustion Engines, Mr.P. F. Maccullum on, 47
  • International Navigation Company’s s.s.“South- wark,” 90, 91
  • International Congress of Hygiene and Demography, 222
  • International Congress of Interior Navigation, 546
  • International Geological Congress, The, 157
  • International Miners’ Congress, 461
  • Interior of the Earth, Rev. O. Fisher on the Condition of the, 153
  • Inverkeithing Collision, 3
  • Inwards, Mr., on Some Phenomena of the Upper Air, 353
  • Ireland, Surveyors in, 401
  • Irish Railway Working, 138
  • “Iron in Armatures,” Mr. Schultz on, 131
  • Iron on Barley, Influence of, 437
  • Iron Bars Subjected to Tension, Curves of, 245
  • Iron, M. G. Charpy on the Transformation of, 93
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 18, 36, 58, 80, 102, 123, 143, 166, 188, 208, 232, 253, 274, 296, 318, 340, 360, 382, 406, 427, 464, 488, 510, 530, 552, 576
  • Iron and Concrete Construction, 184
  • Iron at Different Temperatures, Magnetisation of, 374
  • Iron, Effect of Temperature on the Strength of, 3
  • Iron Gate and other Cataracts of the Danube, Regulation of the, 326, 332, 472, 473, 474
  • Iron, Magnetisation of Soft, 93
  • Iron and Nickel Wires, The Magnetisation of, 374
  • Iron, The Physical Influence of Elements on, 388
  • Iron Production, Crude, 291
  • Iron and Steel Flanges and Spigot and Socket Pipes, Spencer’s Welded, 336
  • Iron and Steel for Microscopic Examination, Preparation of Specimens of, 390
  • Iron and Steel in Shipbuilding, 32
  • Iron and Steel Trades in the United States, 25
  • Iron Trade and Railway Prospects, The Hematite, 183
  • Iron Trade, The Swedish, 335
  • Ironclad, Launch of a New Russian, 497
  • Ironclads, Re-armament of our Early, 355
  • Ironfounding, Mr. John Ashford, 498
  • Ironworks, Hammersmith, 283—286
  • Irresponsible Detectives, 530
  • Irrigation in Egypt, Sir B. Baker and, 115
  • Irrigation Works, Cordoba, 350, 351, 354
  • Ismid to Angora, Railway from, 437
  • Isler and Co., Messrs., Well for the Town of Spalding, 23, 24
  • JACOB, Professor Ernest H., Ventilation of Buildings, 125
  • Jack, Norton’s Compound Lifting, 413
  • Jacques, Captain, Submarine Artillery, 279
  • Jackson, Mr. G. F., Bridge Floors, 149
  • Jaffa and Jerusalem, Railway between, 261
  • Jamieson, Professor Andrew, Graduation at Gias gow University, 131
  • “James Forrest” Lectures, 357
  • Janet, M. P., Electro-chemical Method of Observation of Alternating Currents, 374
  • Japanese Competition, 315
  • Japanese Cruiser “Yoshino,” The, 128
  • Japanese Government, Battleships for the, 543
  • Japanese War Vessels, 505
  • Jaques, Captain, on American Armour, 399
  • Java, Trade of, 484
  • Jefferson, Mr. L., Bicycle Journey of, 219
  • Jeffrey Coal Mining Machine, The, 26
  • Jessop and Sons, Messrs. W., Propeller Shaft Brackets, 519
  • Jet of Vapour, Form, Pressures, and Temperatures of a, 115
  • Jetty at Hong Kong,, New Coaling, 568
  • Johnson’s Brick - making and Surface-sanding Machine, 413
  • Johnson, Mr. Emery R., Mr. W. H. Wheeler, on his Paper on Inland Waterways, 387
  • Johnson, Mr. Wm., Brick and Tile Making Exhibits at the National Building Exhibition, 263
  • Joint, Doulton’s, Metallo-Keramic, 316
  • Joly, Dr. J., Simple Methods in Teaching Elementary Physics, 153
  • Jones, Mr. 0. J., on the Viscosity of Liquids, 153
  • Joubin, M. P., on the Magnetisation of Soft Iron, 67, 93
  • Joule and Waterston-Kinetic Theory of Gases, 306
  • Joy, Mr. David, on a Fluid Pressure Reversing Gear, 279
  • Joy’s Fluid Valve Gear, 310, 331, 396, 418, 419, 436, 478, 501
  • Jubilee of the Midland Railway Company, 397
  • Judd, Professor J. W., on Rubies, 402, 425, 435
  • Jukes-Brown, Mr. A. J., Total Amounts of Silica in Chalk with Flints and Flintless Chalk, 25
  • KAPP, Mr. Gisbert, Contradicts Erroneous Paragraph respecting Himself, 131
  • Kapp, Mr. Gisbert, and Mr. W. H. Preece, Bristol Electric Light Works, 432, 433, 434
  • Karachi Port, Extensions of Wharves of, 219
  • “Katahdin,” The United States Coast Defence Ram, 288, 293
  • Katni-Sangor Railway, Proposal to Start the Earthwork on, 568
  • Kearton, Mr. J. W., Magic Mirrors, 199, 379
  • Keat’s Marine Governor, 222
  • Kelly’s Directory of the Engineers’ and Iron and Metal Trades, 152
  • Kennedy, Professor Alexander B. W., his Presidential Address at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 357, 404, 413
  • Kennedy, Professor, and Electric Traction, 349
  • Kerr, Stuart, and Co., Messrs., Limited Liability Company, 287
  • Kerviller, M. Ren£, on the Projected Canal to Connect the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, 131
  • Kew Bridge, Inadequacy of, and Public Meeting to Consider the Same, 336
  • Key List in Millimetres, Standard, 281
  • Key wood, Mr., Appointment of, 497
  • Khojah Tunnel, The, 202
  • Kinematic Theory of Gases, 542
  • Kinetic Theory of Gases, Joule and Waterston, 306
  • Kinetic Theory of Gases—Values of /3 and y in Natural Gases, 349, 370
  • King’s College, London, Annual Dinner of, 339
  • King Electric Railway System, Description of the, 519
  • King and Co., Messrs. C. S., Jeddo Tunnel in Pa., 93
  • King, Mendham, and Co., Messrs., Miles’ Electrical Time Check, 184
  • Kirby-in-Ashfield New Colliery, 291
  • Klemencic, Prof., on the Magnetisation of Iron and Nickel Wires by Rapid Electrical Oscillations, 374
  • Kolar Railway, The, 497
  • Korting Bros., Messrs., Removal of to 53, Victoriastreet, S.W., 245
  • Krupp Works, Heating Metals by the Electric Current, 568
  • LABOUR Commission, The Minority Report of the, 379
  • Labour Questions, Some, 181
  • Lac-lined Casks in a Brewery, Disastrous Results of the Employment of, 374
  • La Grange Dam, Cal., 470
  • Legrange and Hoho’s Process for Heating Metals by the Electric Current, 568
  • Laird Crosshead, Decline of the, 471
  • Lake of Geneva, Dissolved Matter carried into, by the Rhone and Affluents, 50
  • “La Marguerite,” Launch of the New Passenger Paddle-wheel Steamer, 359
  • “La Marguerite,” New Passenger Steamer, 560
  • Landslip, Railway Accident caused by, 67
  • Landslip on the South-Eastern Railway, 245
  • Lane, Mr. G., and Mr. J. Hawthorn, “Engineering Experience at Sea,” 440
  • Lancaster and Elrick, Messrs., Making Ice with Natural Gas, 543
  • Landslip in Bengal, 374
  • Larmour, Dr. J., on a Dynamical Theory of the Electric and Luminiferous Medium, 67
  • Latent Heats of Steam, 542
  • Latent Heats of Vapours, 574
  • Lathe, Friction Driven Engine, 56, 82
  • Lathe with Variable Feed without Change Wheels, 56, 82
  • Latitude, Professor Bakhuysen on the Variation of, 261
  • Launch of the “Caledonia,” 437
  • Launch of the “Hazard,” 153
  • Launch of a Pontoon Pier for Tilbury, 552
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 36, 75, 83, 104, 125, 153, 162, 168, 188, 208, 235, 249, 255, 277, 296, 315, 321, 343, 359, 363, 385, 409, 429, 437, 467, 491, 513, 519, 533, 552, 555, 579, 568
  • Lavezzari, M. A., Mechanisms for the Starting of Compound Locomotives, 579
  • Lavoisier, National Reparation to, 519
  • Law of Boyle and Marriotte, The, 70
  • Lawford, Mr. G. M., Staines Sewerage, 175
  • Laxton’s Builders’ Price Book, 249
  • LEADERS
  • - 1894, 9
  • - Admiralty Orders and Clyde Docking Facilities, 138
  • - Aluminium Yachts, 32
  • - American Coal War, The, 505
  • - American Methods of Working, 400
  • - Art in the Workshop, 183
  • - Balancing Locomotives, 203
  • - Boiler Efficiency, 481
  • - Boilers for Torpedo Catchers, 225
  • - Boilers, Water-tube Locomotive, 525
  • - British Armour and Ordnance, 247
  • - British Machinery, foreign Demand for, 546
  • - British Manufacturer Abroad, The, 137
  • - Buxton and the Railways, 422
  • - Captain Jaques on American Armour, 399
  • - Carpenter Projectiles, 462
  • - Catastrophe on Board the “Brandenburg,” The,
  • - Chemical Industry, 14
  • - Chicago Exhibition, The End of the, 51
  • - China and her Progress, 504
  • - Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, 182
  • - Civil Engineering, 9
  • - Clyde Shipbuilding, 118, 138, 183
  • - Coal and Conciliation, 355
  • - Coal Conciliation Board, The, 312
  • - Coal-cutting Machines in Nova Scotia, 227
  • - Coal Dust in Mines, 182
  • - Coal, Proposed Restriction of the Output of, 356
  • - Coal Strike and the Railway Companies, The, 160
  • - Coal Trade, Critical State of the, 505
  • - Coal War, the American, 505
  • - Coalfield, The Situation in the, 526
  • - Compression in Steam Cylinders, 569
  • - Conciliation Board, The, 96
  • - Cordite, 248
  • - Cordite Case, The, 96, 118
  • - Cordite Case, The Close of the, 138
  • - Cost of Electrical Energy, The, 375
  • - Crisis in the Gas Supply, 525
  • - Critical State of the Coal Trade, The, 505
  • - Croll, Mr., on Condensation in Cylinders, 267
  • - Crude Iron Production, 291
  • - Development of a New Coalfield in Derbyshire, 74
  • - Doctored Armour Plates in America, 311
  • - Dowe’s Cuirass, Herr, 482
  • - Dredger, An Oil Fired, 546
  • - Effect of Hardening Steel upon its Electrical Resistance, 74
  • - Electric Light in London, 399
  • LEADERS (continued):—
  • - Electric Lighting Station Accidents, 73
  • - Electric Tramway and Railway Regulations, 204
  • - Electricity and Town Refuse, 268
  • - Engineering as a Profession, 482
  • - Engineering Trades and Short Hours, The, 526
  • - Engineers for the Navy, 95
  • - Engineers in the Navy, 291
  • - European Expert Opinion on the Chicago System of Awards, 138
  • - Explosion at Waltham Abbey, The, 421
  • - Failure of Thick Harveyed Nickel Plates, The, 461
  • - Faults in Chalk, 204
  • - Foreign Demand for British Machinery, The, 546
  • - Forth and Clyde Ship Canal, The Proposed, 291
  • - Forty-eight Hours Week in Sunderland and in Manchester, 269, 289
  • - Forty-eight Hours Week and Overtime, 311
  • - Gas and the Electric Light, 376
  • - Gas Supply, 16
  • - Gas Supply, Crisis in the, 525
  • - German Shipbuilding, 423
  • - Government and the Eight Hours Day, 31
  • - Harbours and Waterways, 15
  • - Hematite Iron Trade and Railway Prospects, 183
  • - Hopeful Trade Views, 52
  • - How British Trade is Lost, 74
  • - Industrial Occupations, 31
  • - Improved Main Steam Pipes, 32
  • - Improvement of Trade, The, 97
  • - In Defence of Theft, 356
  • - International Congress of Interior Navigation, 546
  • - International Miners’ Congress, The, 461
  • - Irish Railway Working, 138
  • - Iron and Steel in Shipbuilding, 32
  • - Labour Questions, Some, 181
  • - Liquid Fuel at Sea, 291
  • - Liquid and Solid Fuel Supplies, 333
  • - London Fires and the Brigade, 96
  • - London Water Schemes, 226
  • - Machinery of the United States Navy, 51
  • - Marine Engine Trials, 117
  • - Mather, Mr., on the Eight Hours Day, 269, 289
  • - Maxim’s Cuirass, 504
  • - Mechanical Efficiency, 503
  • - Mechanical Engineering, 11
  • - Merchant Steam Shipping, Our, 183
  • - Metallurgy, 14
  • - Metropolitan Electric Lighting, 422
  • - Miners and the Liability Bill, The, 312
  • - Miners’ Eight Hours Bill Do ? What will the, 376
  • - Mining Engineering and Loss of Life, 335
  • - Modern British Locomotives, 159
  • - Naval Programme, The New, 247
  • - Navy Estimates, The, 267
  • - New Departure in Foreign Competition, A, 376
  • - North British Railway Works, 269
  • - North-Eastern Railway Projects, 160
  • - Northern Coal for Scotch Furnaces, 569
  • - Oil Engines at Cambridge, The, 569
  • - Oil Fired Dredger, An, 546
  • - Our Merchant Shipping, 483
  • - Over Factory Inspection, 376
  • - Pacific Telegraph Scheme, 526
  • - Paris a Seaport, 204
  • - Paris Underground Tramway, 462
  • - P. and O. S.S. Fleet, The, 505
  • - Petroleum in Somersetshire, 225
  • - President Carnot, 569
  • - Plea for the Traction Engine, A, 482
  • - Pola Armour Plate Competition, The, 118
  • - Profits of Coal Mining in France, 483
  • - Proposed Restriction of the Output of Coal, The, 356
  • - Proposed Twenty-four Hours Stand at the Cleveland Blast Furnaces, 569
  • - Railway Accidents, 421
  • - Railways for Trebizond, 335
  • - Railway Working in the Past Half-year, 74
  • - Re-armament of our Early Ironclads, The, 355
  • - Revival in Trade, The, 227
  • - Revolt against Dear Coal, 269
  • - Road and Railway, 482
  • - Rolling Stock in War, 401
  • - Royal Agricultural Society and the Press, The, 546
  • - Sanitary Engineering, 16
  • - Scotch Miners, The, 248
  • - Shipbuilding, The Movement in, 268
  • - Shipbuilding 13,000ft. above Sea Level, 160
  • - Short Roads to Knowledge, 545
  • - Situation in the Coalfield, The, 526
  • - Steamship Performance, 52
  • - Steel Furnaces, 203
  • - Strikes and Lockouts, 545
  • - Subsidence on Caledonian Railways near Glasgow, 227
  • - Swedish Iron Trade, The, 335
  • - Taxation of Machinery, The, 526
  • - Tea Curing Machinery, 32
  • - Technical Literature and Style, 400
  • - Tests of Cammell’s Harveyed-plates, 118
  • - Texel Armour Competition, The, 97
  • - Thermodynamic Puzzle, A, 334
  • - Train Resistances—English and American, 333
  • - Transport of Petroleum in Bulk, The, 118
  • - Typhoid Fever in Dublin, 97
  • - Underground Railway in Paris, 334
  • - U.S. Armour Plate Scandal, The, 503
  • - U.S. Press on Theft, The, 400
  • - Useless British Circulars, 52
  • - Utilisation of the Nile, The, 291
  • - War Materiel, 13
  • - Warships and Critics, 481
  • - Water Supply, 16
  • - Water-tube Locomotive Boilers, 525
  • - Where are the Missing Drawings ? 291
  • - Zuyder Zee, The, 400
  • Lead in the U.S., Production of, 115
  • Leaves from a Laboratory Notebook, Prof. V. B. Lewes, 279, 295
  • Leduc, M., on the Densities of certain Gases and the Composition of Water, 67
  • Lee-on-the-Solent, Light Railway at, 497
  • Lees, Messrs. T. and R., Automatic Cut-off, 245
  • LEGAL INTELLIGENCE
  • - Meux’s Brewery Company v. The City of London Electric Lighting Company, 360
  • - Muirhead and Another r. the Commercial Cable Company, 380
  • - North British Rubber Company, Limited, v. Mackintosh and Co., Limited, 518
  • LEGAL INTELLIGENCE (continued):—
  • - Palmer’s Shipbuilding and Iron Company v. The Leeds Forge Company, 206
  • - Parkinson and Others v. Simon, 206, 252
  • - Shelfer v. The City of London Electric Lighting Company, 360
  • - Wise and Others v. Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, 381
  • Leicester Water Supply, The, 370
  • Lemoine, M. Georges, on the Action cf Light as an Exciting Agent, 245
  • Lens Colliery Company, “Canard” concerning a Borehole of the, 497
  • Lenses, Photographic, 573
  • Lentz, Mr., on Locomotive Designs, 44
  • Leproux, M., on the Distinctive Features of American Engines, 574
  • LETTERS to the Editor
  • - Action of Pulleys, Lever, 265
  • - Action of Pulleys, Sheave, 230
  • - Adams’ Sewage Lift, S. H. Adams, 501
  • - American Locomotives, Cabs, Running-boards, and Foot-plates, Hugh Sharp, 306
  • - American Locomotive Cars, Running-boards, and Foot-plates, Hugh Sharp, 157
  • - Analysis of Water? Analysis, 503
  • - Australian Shipping Trade, The, John Plummer, 47
  • - Automatic Door Closing ? Marine, 421
  • - Balancing Locomotives, Engineering English, 241
  • - Balancing Locomotives, H. Rolfe, 230
  • - Balancing Locomotives, Pulleys, H. Rolfe, 265
  • - Behaviour of Circular Tubes under Pressure, L. P., 360
  • - Belleville Boilers, For Maudslay, Sons, and Field, Ld., 499
  • - Belt Driving and Bearing Friction, G. O., 289
  • - Bending Angle Iron? Joseph Brown, jun., 481
  • - Board of Trade and Railway Accidents, H. Richardson, 478
  • - Board of Trade Unit of Electricity, Charge Man, 523
  • - Board of Trade Unit of Electricity, A Learner, 523
  • - Board of Trade Unit of Electricity, Ed. C. de Secundo,523
  • - Board of Trade Unit of Electricity, Town Councillor, 500
  • - Board of Trade Unit of Electricity, W. H. Tozer, 523
  • - Board of Trade Unit of Electricity, H. D. Wilkinson, 551
  • - Board of Trade Unit of Electricity, H. S. West, 523
  • - Brass Foundry Dross (not Skimmings) Grinding, Brassfounder, 137
  • - Candle-making Machinery, H. C. C., 311
  • - Carnot and Modern Heat, Peter Alexander, 396
  • - Carnot and Modern Heat, M. A., 348
  • - Carnot and Modern Heat, Wm. Donaldson, 418, 478, 522
  • - Carnot and Modern Heat, Gunner, 348
  • - Carnot and Modern Heat, R. H., 371
  • - Carnot and Modern Heat, Otto Cycle, 436
  • - Carnot and Modern Heat, P. Wilkins, 318
  • - Carpet-beating Machinery ? K. J., 117
  • - Chicago Exhibition, Engineering Congress, Robert Mansel, 157
  • - Colouring Aluminium ? P. W. D., 159
  • - Comparative Results of Certain Steamship Trials, Robert Mansel, 573
  • - Consumption of Smoke, Wigham Richardson, 47
  • - Contracts for Locomotive Coal for 1894, R. J , 35
  • - Converting Waste Wood of Sawmills into Charcoal? W. D., 225
  • - Corollary to the Nebular Theory, A. G. D. S., 71
  • - Cost of Light? J. C. Simonds and Son, 159
  • - Cotton Seed Oil ? A. E. L., 31
  • - Council of the Institution of Civil Engineers, M. Inst. C.E., 396
  • - Council of the Institution of Civil Engineers, T. C. D., 396
  • - County Council’s Return to the Science and Art Department, Geo. Halliday, 419
  • - Crank-pin Hole Boring Machine, Charles Williams, 440
  • - Cutting Telegraph Paper Coils? E. B., 399
  • - Cylinder Condensation, C. E. B., 46
  • - Cylinder Condensation, W. R. Cummings, 35, 135
  • - Destruction of Fire-bars? Inquire, 181
  • - Disposal of Town Refuse, Wm. Boby, 310
  • - Dixon’s Sight-feed Lubricator? F. G., 333
  • - Early Railway Days? S. Cotterell, 159
  • - Education of Marine Engineers, A. D., 70
  • - Efficiency of Centrifugal Pumps? Twirier, 9
  • - Eight Hours’ Experiment, A Novocastrian, 310
  • - Electric Light Engines, Electron, 35
  • - Electric Lighting of London, Bab, 440
  • - Electric Lighting of London, T. W. Baker, 440
  • - Electric Lighting in London, Gisbert Kapp, 418
  • - Electrical Cranes, J. B., 418
  • - Electrical Cranes? J. B., 461
  • - Electricity and Town Refuse, Arthur E. Collins, 331
  • - Electricity and Town Refuse, W. A. Martin, 295, 349
  • - Elliptical Conic Sections, Robt. Huckson, 46
  • - Elliptical Conic Sections, Jas. MacDonald, 46 99
  • - Elliptical Conic Sections, C. H. Mackenzie, 99
  • - Engineering as a Profession, A., 552
  • - Engineering as a Profession, E. C, A., 574
  • - Engineering as a Profession, E. R. Briggs, 522
  • - Engineering as a Profession, Denarius, 499, 552
  • - Engineering as a Profession, Dignatio, 574
  • - Engineering as a Profession, R. Dodd, 573
  • - Engineering as a Profession, Draughtsman, 551
  • - Engineering as a Profession, A Young Engineer, 478
  • - Engineering as a Profession, F. G., 522
  • - Engineering as a Profession, Guardian, 478
  • - Engineering as a Profession, Cecil Lightfcot 522, 574
  • - Engineering as a Profession, Mechanic, 499
  • - Engineering as a Profession, F. B. N., 552
  • - Engineering as a Profession, Pater, 436
  • - Engineering as a Profession, Pater Secundus 552
  • - Engineering as a Profession, Son, 522
  • - Engineering as a Profession, Student, 551
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):—
  • - Engineering as a Profession, Stud. Inst. C.E., 522
  • - Engineer Personnel of the Navy, C. P., 294
  • - Engineers for the Navy, H. G. Gillmor, 134
  • - Engineers for the Navy, Certificated E. R. A., 134
  • - Engineers for the Navy, W. S. Clayton Greene, 134
  • - Engineers for the Navy, C. P., 440
  • - Engineers for the Navy, H. Lawrence Swin¬burne, 134
  • - Entropy, Robt. Mansel, 523
  • - Erdmenger’s (Dr. L.), Method of Testing Portland Cement, andc., by High-pressure Steam, C. H. Engrehart, 142
  • - Expansion by Cold, C. H. Wingfield, 99
  • - Fibre Treating Machinery ? Fibre, 73
  • - Fire-proof Buildings and Sound, F., 230
  • - Fire-pump Locomotives, W. Warren, 264
  • - Fischer-Peters, System of Water Filtration ? M.I.C.E., 225
  • - Foreign Tests of Steel, Thos. Andrews, 371
  • - Forty-eight Hours Week and Mr. Mather’s Report, John Batey, 330
  • - Forty-eight Hours Week and Mr. Mather’s Report, Early Bird, 330
  • - Forty-eight Hours Week, The, A Fitter’s Wife, 371
  • - Forty-eight Hours Week and Mr. Mather’s Report, A. PI. Hope, 330
  • - Forty-eight Hours Week, The, An Old Mauds'ayite, 371
  • - Forty-eight Hours Week and Mr. Mather’s Report, C. R. Parkes, 330
  • - Friction of Gases, X., 574
  • - Gas Engines and Anthracite, Tangyes Limited, 574
  • - Gigantic Wheel, The, Walter H. Maudslay, 379
  • - Gold Mining Machinery? R. H. H., 31
  • - Gold Mining Machinery, E. E. Russell-Tratman, 135
  • - Hague Inland Navigation Congress, 1891, L. F. Vernon-Harcourt, 478
  • - Hague International Inland Navigation Con¬gress, L. F. Vernon-Harcourt, 310
  • - Hatcher’s Tile Machinery ? R H., 333
  • - Hauling Problem, W. R. Hague, 117
  • - High Carbon Rails, Light Railways, E. E. Russell-Tratman, 478
  • - Indiana Armour Plates, W. H. Jaques, 500, 501
  • - Indicator Card of the Oil Engine, J. F. Conradi, 529
  • - Inertia of the Reciprocating Parts of a Steam Engine, Arch. Sharp, 500, 501
  • - Instantaneous Steam Generators ? J. B., 181
  • - Instantaneous Steam Generators ? John H. Knight, 203
  • - Institution of Naval Architects, Eiwin N. Henwood, 241
  • - Irresponsible Detectives, Enginewright, 530
  • - Joy’s Fluid Pressure Gear, S. J. Ross, 478
  • - Joy’s Fluid Pressure Reversing Gear, David Joy, 436
  • - Joy’s Fluid Valve Gear, David Joy, 501
  • - Joy’s Hydraulic Reversing Gear, Hy. M. Rounthwaite, 396
  • - Joy’s Liquid Valve Gear, David Joy, 331, 348, 418
  • - Joy’s Liquid Valve Gear, J. J. T., 310
  • - Joy’s Valve Gear, F. J. Ross, 419
  • - Jubilee of the Midland Railway Company, Clement E, Stretton, 397
  • - Kinematic Theory of Gases, C. E. Basevi, 542
  • - Kinetic Theory of Gases—Joule and Waterston, C. E. Basevi, 306
  • - Kinetic Theory of Gases—Values of /3 and y in Natural Gases, C. E. Basevi, 372
  • - Kinetic Theory of Gases—Values of v, /3, and y in Natural Gases, C. E. Basevi, 349
  • - Latent Heats of Vapours, Wm. Donaldson, 574
  • - Latent Heats of Vapours, Robt. Mansel, 542
  • - Law of Boyle and Marriotte and Absolute Zero, Wm. Donaldson, 70
  • - Lindsay’s Steam Packing, T. S., 181
  • - Liquid Air, Cum Grano Salis, 71
  • - Liquid Fuel at Sea, Edwin N. Henwood, 310, 396
  • - Liquid Fuel at Sea, F. L. Wanklyn, 396
  • - Locomotive Cars, Percy Caldecott, 178
  • - Locomotive Engine Cabs, Old Buffer, 198
  • - Locomotive Engine Cabs, Mernok, 198
  • - Locomotive Engine Cabs, Clement E. Stretton, 198
  • - London Water Supply and the London Water Companies, E. A. Brayley Hodgetts, 198
  • - Lubricated Surfaces — Pressure Necessary to Squeeze out Rape Seed Oil, 51
  • - Luxemberg Exhibition, The, J. Walter Pearse, 574
  • - Magnesite, Bricks? A. W. G., 117
  • - Marine Engine Tests, John William Howard, 135
  • - Marsh Steam Pump? The, W., 355
  • - Maxim Breast-plate, The, Hiram S. Maxim, 501
  • - Maxim Cuirass, The, C. Fred. Lowe, 574
  • - Maxim Cuirass Competitions, Hiram S. Maxim, 542
  • - Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, Robt. Mansel, 379
  • - Melville’s Tube Stopper ? M. P., 375
  • - Mineral Oil Lamp Accidents, D. R. Stewart, 157
  • - Modern Heat, William Donaldson, 197
  • - Modern Heat, M. A., 99, 134, 178, 230
  • - Modern Heat, Oliver J. Lodge, 197
  • - Modern Heat, Student, 99
  • - Modern Heat, W. Wiseheart, 198
  • - Molybdenum, O. Berend and Co., 36
  • - Moments of Inertia of Riveted Girders? C. 0. B., 95
  • - Moving Locomotives through Streets, Isaac Watt Boulton, 179
  • - Naval Construction, G. W. Cobb, 294
  • - Note on the Subdominant Speeds of Steam Vessels, Robert Mansel, 178, 436
  • - Note on the Subdominant Speed of War Vessels, Robert Mansel, 178
  • - Oblique Arches, R. O. Rogerson, 137
  • - Oil Engines, R. Hornsby and Sons, 71
  • - Oil Fuel at Sea, T. G. Turner, 500
  • - Oil Gas Plant? R. W. W., 355
  • - Patent Law in Denmark, W. P. Thompson and Co., 295
  • - Patents in Denmark, E. P. Alexander and Son, 478
  • - Petroleum Storage Tanks? Drilling and Refining Plant, 73
  • - Piles and Pile Driving, Samuel H. Agnew, 500
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):—
  • - Portland Cement Making Materials, Percy J. Neate, 500
  • - Problem in Haulage, A, Fred. Hovenden, 95
  • - Problem in Haulage? A, Fred. Hovenden, 137
  • - Problem in Haulage? Incline, 73
  • - Production of Ozone, Jensen and Son, 135
  • - Professor Kennedy and Electric Traction, Frank B. Lea, 349
  • - Proposed Standard for Measuring Sewage Influence in Air and Soil, Hill-Hartland, 178
  • - Reciprocals ? Calculator, 503
  • - Refrigerating Machines, J. and E. Hall, 99, 397
  • - Refrigerating Machine of To-day, The, J. and E. Hall, Limited, 35
  • - Refrigerating Machines, T. B. Lightfoot, 349
  • - Refrigerating Machinery, C. Linde, 70, 179
  • - Refrigerating Machinery, Frozen Mutton, 47
  • - Refrigerating Machine of To-day, The, Sam. Puplett, 135
  • - Rendering ? W. C., 525
  • - Reversing Screw Propellers, Robert McGlasson, 36, 574
  • - Rolling of Warship’, The, J. J. O’Neill, 156
  • - Rolling of Warships, The, Passenger, 156
  • - R.A.S.E. Trials of Oil Engines, Another Engineer, 360
  • - R.A.S.E. Trials of Oil Engines, Britannia Company, 397
  • - R.A.S.E. Trials of Oil Engines, Britannia Company, per A. M., 331
  • - R.A.S.E. Trials of Oil Engines, Engineer, 310
  • - R.A.S.E. Trials of Oil Engines, John Henry Knight, 310
  • - R.A.S.E. Trials of Oil Engines, Wm. H. Samuel and Co., 310
  • - R.A.S.E. Trials of Oil Engines, On Trial, 295, 331, 379
  • - Royal and Civil Engineers in India, M. Inst. C.E., 397
  • - Sale of Materials of the Albert Palace and Connaught Hall, 501
  • - San Roque Dam, Argentine Republic, Geo. P. Weight, 396
  • - Siniter Desulphurising Process, E. H. Saniter, 47
  • - Scott’s Moulding Machine? H. P., 137
  • - Sewage Separator, Wm. B. Bryan, 71
  • - Sewage Separator, S. S. Platt, 47
  • - Sewer Interceptor, Arthur E. Collins, 36
  • - Seymour’s Friction Clutch ? Friction Clutch, 95
  • - Shipbuilding at High Altitudes, J. A. Aiton, 179
  • - Shipbuilding at High Altitudes, Enquirer, 230
  • - Shipbuilding at High Altitudes, Hunter and English, 179, 295
  • - Specific and Latent Heats of Steam, T. B., 294
  • - Specific and Latent Heat of Steam, G. M. Clark, 306
  • - Specific and Latent Heats of Steam, W. Donaldson, 265, 371, 396
  • - Specific and Latent Heats of Steam, Wm. H. Harrison, 396
  • - Specific and Latent Heats of Steam, Robert Mansel, 294, 419
  • - Southampton Docks, John Dixon, 36
  • - Southampton Docks, B. W. Ginsburg, 99
  • - Steam at High Altitudes, Inca, 264
  • - Steam and Shipbuilding at High Altitudes, W. Warren, 241
  • - Steel Moulders’ Composition? P. Q., 9
  • - Substitute for Pipe Tongs, J. Parry, 419
  • - Substitute for Pipe Tongs, P. J. L., 419
  • - Taper Crank Pin-hole Boring Machine, G. B. Goodfellow, 135
  • - Taxation of Machinery, X., 551
  • - Tensile Tests of Wrought Iron Railway Axles, Tenacity, 36
  • - Test of an Electrical Plant, Consulting Engineer, 99
  • - Test of an Electrical Plant, Siemens Bros, and Co., Ld., 71, 135
  • - Testing Portland Cement by High-pressure Steam, C. H. R. Engleheart, 230
  • - Testing Portland Cement by High-pressure Steam, Henry Faija, 178, 265
  • - Testing Portland Cement by High-pressure Steam, W. T. Parrack, 230
  • - Thermodynamic Puzzle, Edward T. Dixon, 348
  • - Tobacco Pipe Machinery? J. C., 311
  • - Trade Marks in Greece, Reginald W. Barker, 99
  • - Train Resistance, English and American, A Constant Reader, 379
  • - Transatlantic Rivalry, A Briton, 523
  • - Train Resistance, English and American, C. B. Penlington, 379
  • - Trent Bridge on the Midland Railway, J. Wul- stan Twinberrow, 99
  • - Tubulous Boilers, W. Lindsay Milne, 157
  • - Tubulous Boilers, Ludlow Pattoy Perkins, 156
  • - United States Cruiser “Columbia,” R. Mansel, 70
  • - Value of the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, G. M. Clark, 436
  • - Varley Testimonial, The, A. Stroh and R. E. Crompton, 198
  • - Ventilation of Public Buildings, Frank Ashwell, 241
  • - Ventilation of Public Buildings, The, Arthur Rigg, 156
  • - Volunteer Fleet, A, Britain, 542
  • - Volunteer Fleet, A, J. C. Merryweather, 523
  • - Volunteer Fleet, A, A. Would-be Volunteer, 574
  • - Warming Railway Carriages, Robert Bell, 71
  • - Water Analysis, H. T. W., 525
  • - Water Main Bridges'! Thirst, 545
  • - Water-tube Boilers, S. Barber, 179
  • - Water-tube Boilers, Horse Marine, 264
  • - Water-tube Boilers, Jas. Howden, 264
  • - Water-tube Boilers, H. Irwin, 179
  • - Water-tube Boilers, Fritz Krauss, 241, 293, 331
  • - Water-tube Boilers, Oliver J. Lodge, 293
  • - Water-tube Boilers, Robert Porter, 522
  • - Water-tube Boilers, A. N. Somerscales, 310
  • - Water-tube Boilers, John I. Thornycroft, 294
  • - Water-tube Boilers, John Watt, 331
  • - Water-tube Boilers, J. Lee White, 264
  • - Willans Memorial Fund, Alex. B. W. Kennedy, 295
  • - Wire Rope Breaking Strains, Simplex, 360
  • - Wood Match-making Machine ? B. K. C.,J 137
  • Level Crossing near Altrincham, Accident at the Public Road, 374
  • Leven Shipyard Awards Scheme, 7
  • Lewes, Professor, Leaves from a Laboratory Notebook, 279, 295
  • Lewis and Alien’s Flooring Cramps, 475
  • Lewis, Mr. Gilbert, on the Manchester Hydraulic Power Installation, 339
  • Lifeboats for the British Navy ordered of a Berlin Firm, 305
  • Lifeboat Saturday Movement, 128
  • Lifeboat, Steam, 426
  • Lift, Adams’ Sewage, 501
  • Lift in which the Ball-threaded Nut is Used, 374
  • Lift Bridge over the Chicago River, 307
  • Lift, Sewage, 486
  • Lift, Water-saving, 416, 420
  • Light, Action of, as an Exciting Agent, 245
  • Light ? The Cost of, 159
  • Light, Lord Rayleigh on, 120, 129, 164, 177
  • Light Railway at Lee-on-the-Solent, 497
  • Light to be Obtained by Different Systems for One Penny, 519
  • Lighthouse Stations in the World, Number of, 25
  • Lighthouse, Withernsea, 115
  • Lighting and Extinguishing Street Lamps, System of, 175
  • Lightning Bolt, The, 164
  • Lilienthal’s Experiments on Flying, 175
  • Lilley, Mr. W. E., Pump Valves, 78, 102
  • Limoges, The Fuel Question at, 568
  • Lindsay’s Steam Packing ? 181
  • Lineham, Prof. W. J., on the Uses of Curved Diagrams, 244
  • Link Belting, Walton’s, 76
  • Linotype Composing Machine, Work done upon a, 131
  • Liquid Air, 71
  • Liquid Air, Gaseous and, 24, 55
  • Liquid Air, Some Scientific Uses of, Prof. Dewar, 78
  • Liquid Fuel at Sea, 291, 310, 360, 396
  • Liquid and Solid Fuel Supplies, 333
  • Liquid Valve Gear, Joy’s, 310, 331
  • LITERATURE:
  • - Algebra of Coplanar Vectors and Trigonometry, by R. B. Hayward, 161
  • - Almanach Hachette : Petite Encyclopedic Populaire, 139
  • - British Locomotives: their History, Construction, and Modern Development, by C. J. Bowen Cooke, 291
  • - Chicago Exhibition : Official Catalogue of the British Section, 139
  • - Colliery Managers’ Handbook, The, by Caleb Pamely, 138
  • - Controle de la Route au Compas par Reperes Lumineux, par M. J. Lephay, 161
  • - Decorative Work for House and Home (in Three Parts), 335
  • - Drahtseilbahnen der Schweiz, Die, by K. Walloth, 53
  • - Drum Armatures and Commutators, F. Marten, Weymouth, 570
  • - Electrical Experiments, by G. Bonney, 401
  • - Electricity and Magnetism, by S. R. Bottone, 505
  • - Electricity up-to-date, John B. Verity, 547
  • - Elementary Metal Work, by Chas. G. Leland, 291
  • - Elementary Text-book of Coal Mining, by Robt. Peel, 291
  • - Elements of Graphic Statics, by L. M. Hoskins, 161
  • - Engineers’ Year-book of Formulae, Rules, Tables, Data, and Memoranda, for Civil Electrical, Marine, and Mine Engineering, by H. R. Kempe, 335
  • - Explosives and their Power (from the French of M. Berthelot), by C. N. Hake and Wm. Macnab, 423
  • - Guide to Electric Lighting, A, by S. Bottone, 356
  • - History of the Elasticity and Strength of Materials, Vol. II, Parts I. and II, by the late Isaac Todhunter, 483
  • - International Time, Scheme for Harmonising the Hour all the World Round, by the Hon. E. Noel, 161
  • - Irrigation Works in India and Egypt, by Robt. Burton Buckley, 33
  • - Manual of Naval Architecture, W. H. White, 547
  • - Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, 97
  • - New Notation of Time, Report of the Special Committee on Uniform Standard Time, 161
  • - Original Papers on Electric Lighting, by John Hopkinson, 356
  • - Pocket-book for Plumbers, Architects, Sanitary Engineers, and others, by J. Wright-Clarke and W. Hibbert, 291
  • - Pocket-book of Useful Formulae and Memoranda for Civil and Mechanical Engineers, by Sir Guilford L. Molesworth, 183
  • - Practical Building Construction, by John Parnell Allen, 183
  • - Principles of Fitting, The, by a Foreman Pattern-maker, 269
  • - Principles of Waterworks Engineering, by J. H. T. Turner and A. W. Brightmore, 227
  • - Pumping Machinery, by Wm. M. Barr, 74
  • - Pumps and Pumping Machinery, Part I., by F. Colyer, 401
  • - Resistance of Ships and Screw Propulsion, by D. W. Taylor, 462
  • - Round the Works of our Great Railways, by Various Authors, 248
  • - Sewage Disposal in the United States, D. van Nostrand and Co., 526
  • - Systems of Car Lighting, New York: Engineering News, 505
  • - Text-Book of Gas, Air, and Oil Engines, or Internal Combustion Motors without Boilers, by Bryan Donkin, 160
  • - Theorie du Navire, par J. Pollard et A. Dudebout, 483
  • - Treatise on the Mathematical Theory of Elasticity, by A. E. H. Love, 483
  • - Water or Hydraulic Motors, by Philip H. Bjorling, 483
  • Livens, Mr. F. Howard, British and Metric System for Engineers’ Work, 419
  • Liverpool Corporation, Finance Committee, Pronouncement of Policy, 50
  • Liverpool Landing Stage, Improvements at the, 258
  • Liverpool and Manchester, Mercantile Railway ; between, 50
  • Liverpool and Manchester Ports, Limits of, 3
  • Liverpool Overhead Railway, The, 207
  • Liverpool Overhead Railway, The Cost of Working, 374
  • Liverpool Overhead Railway taken over by the Railway Company, 3
  • Liverpool Overhead Electric Railway, Result of First Half-year’s Working, 175
  • Liverpool-street Railway Station, Great Eastern Railway, Enlargement of, 494, 515, 516, 524, 559, 560
  • Liversedge, Mr., on the Origin of Gold Nuggets, 570
  • Lock and Footbridge, Richmond. 438
  • Lock-nut, The “Cornwall,” 336
  • Location Surveys for Railways, Mr. M. L. Lynch on, 57
  • Locomotion in London, London County Council and, 3
  • Locomotives Act in Relation to the Electric Traction Industry, The, 393
  • Locomotives in America, 47
  • Locomotives, Balancing, 203, 230, 241, 265
  • Locomotive Boilers, Water-tube, 525
  • Locomotive Building in Norway, 261
  • Locomotive Cabs, 178, 198
  • Locomotives, Cabs, Running Boards and Platform, American, 306
  • Locomotives, Cabs, Running Boards, and Footplates, American, 157
  • Locomotive Coal for 1894, Contracts for, 35
  • Locomotives, Compound, Mechanisms for the Starting of, 579
  • Locomotive, Construction of the Modern, 171, 217, 257, 301, 302, 345
  • Locomotive Crane, Manchester Ship Canal, 463
  • Locomotive Design, Mr.- Lentz on, 44
  • Locomotives, Differences between American and Foreign, by Mr. D. L. Barnes, 57
  • Locomotive Engine Cabs, 178, 198
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, Mr. T. Parker (Supplement, April 6th and 13th, 1894), 286, 304. 313
  • Locomotive Fire Engine, 228
  • Locomotives, Fire-pump, 264
  • Locomotive, The Heilman Electric, 108, 111, 393
  • Locomotives added to the Midland Railway Stock, 175
  • Locomotives, Modern British, 159
  • Locomotive, Narrow Gauge Tank, 77
  • Locomotives, Narrow Gauge Tank, for Indian State Railways, 544, 550, 568
  • Locomotive, Passenger Tank, South-Eastern Railway (Supplement, January 19th, 1894), 46, 65, 66, 72
  • Locomotives, Rhode Island, at the Chicago Exhibition (Supplement, January 5th, 1894), 6, 7, 8
  • Locomotives, Self-adjusting Sand Pipe Nozzle for, 378
  • Locomotive Steam Crane. Twenty-ton, 337
  • Locomotives, Tank and Tender, Major Marindin, 50
  • Locomotive, Tank, London and South-Western Railway (Supplement, June 29th, 1894), 572
  • Locomotive, Test Run with a New Four-cylinder Compound, 199
  • Locomotive Thrashing Engines Bill, 378
  • Locomotives through Streets, Moving, 179
  • Locomotive, The Winby, 25
  • Locomotives, The Winterthur Company’s New, 67
  • Locomotive, Work done in a Year by the “870 ” of the New York Central, andc., 415
  • Locomotive Works, Mr. J. W. C. Haldane’s Descriptive Account of a Visit to the Latest, 141
  • Lodge, Dr. Oliver, Carnot and Modern Heat, 1, 21, 41, 63, 85, 86, 99, 108, 127, 147, 237, 279, 323, 348, 411
  • Lodge, Dr. Oliver, Sensitive Detector and Emitter of Electric Radiation, 527
  • Lodge, Dr. Oliver, The Work of Hertz, 510
  • London Births and Deaths, 3, 25, 50, 67, 93, 115, 153, 261, 287, 307, 327, 353, 393, 415, 437
  • London County Council Technical Elucation Board, 408
  • London County Council and the Water Companies The, 363
  • London Death Rate, 245
  • London, Electric Lighting of, 418, 422, 440
  • London Electric Supply Corporation, The, 394
  • London Fires and the Brigade, 96
  • London Geological Field Class, Summer Excursions, 287
  • London, High Wycombe, Great Marlow, Henley- on-Thames, and Reading Railway, Scheme for the, 131
  • London and North-Western Accounts for the Half-Year, Balance Shown by, 131
  • London and North-Western Railway Company’s London Road Station, Collision at the, 437
  • London and North-Western Railway, Report of Train Mileage, 131
  • London and North - Western Railway, Signal Alterations on the, 153
  • London Sewers, Total Length of, 519
  • London and South-Western Railway, Four- coupled Bogie Tank Engine (Supplement June 29th, Supplement June 15th, 1894), 517
  • London, Walthamstow, and Epping Forest Railway, 175
  • London Water, Composition and Quality of, 175
  • London Water Schemes, 226
  • London Water Supply and the London Water Companies, 198
  • London Water Supply, Royal Commission on the, 244
  • Long-distance Power Transmission, 497
  • Longitudinal Shipbuilding, Messrs. Croom and Arthur’s System, 346, 347
  • Love, Mr., Electric Conduit Street Railway, 307
  • Low-pressure Filter, 4
  • Lubricants, Their Use, Testing and Analysis, Mr. W. E. Seymour, 357
  • Lubricated Surfaces — Pressure Necessary to Squeeze out Rape Seed Oil ? 51
  • Lubricating Oil, Waste of, 479
  • Lubrication, Mr. H. Railings on, 231
  • Lubricators, Straker’s, 394
  • “Lucania’s” Passage, The, 327
  • Lupton, Professor, Geology of the West Yorkshire Coalfield, 152
  • Luxemburg Work Exhibition, 526, 574
  • Lynch, Mr. M. L., on Location Surveys for Railways, 57
  • Lyon’s Apparatus for Purifying Feed-water, 184
  • MACADAM, Machinery as Applied to the Breaking-up of, 340
  • Macadam Roads in Darby, Pa., 307
  • Maccullum, Mr. P. F., On Internal Combustion Engines, 47
  • MacDonald, Mr. J. A. M., Bridge over the Trent. 27, 28, 30
  • McDonald, Mr., His Report as Engineer-in-Chief of the Midland Railway, 131
  • McGlasson,Mr. R., Reversing Screw Propellers, 175
  • Machine Guns, Mr. Matthews on, 439
  • Machine Tools at the Chicago Exhibition, 148
  • Machinery as Applied to the Breaking-up of Macadam, 340
  • Machinery, Its Relation to Commercial and Industrial Depression, 352
  • Machinery, Sale of, 69
  • Machinery, The Taxation of, 526, 551
  • McKay Electric Drill, The, 68
  • McLaren, Mr. Henry, The Traction Engine in New Zealand, 317
  • M’Onie, Sir Wm., 111
  • McPhail and Simpson’s Superheater, Trial of, 121, 140
  • McGlasson, Mr. Robert, On Screw Propellers, Reversing, Screw Propellers, and Non-Reversible Engines, 17
  • Madagascar, M. Grandidier, on Soil and Climate of, 415
  • Madras Harbour, Tidal Observatory, 568
  • Magic Mirrors, Mr. J. W. Kearton, on Making, 199
  • Maginnis, Mr. J., Pencil Beam Compass, 208
  • Magnesite Bricks ? 117
  • Magnetic Field of a Current Running in a Cylindrical Coil, 3
  • Magnetic Properties of Iron at Different Temperatures, 374, 479
  • Magnetic Properties of Iron, Measurement of the, 353
  • Magnetisation of Iron and Nickel Wires by Rapid Electrical Oscillations, 374
  • Magnetisation of Soft Iron, 67, 93, 374, 479
  • Magnetisation of Soft Iron, On the Law of the, 67
  • Magnetism of the Earth, Mr. H. Wilde on the, 379
  • Maia, Senhor H. de A., On Engineering in, 152
  • Main, Mr., Cost of Steam and Water Power, 575
  • Main Steam Pipes, Improved, 32
  • Makowski, Mr., On Electric Railways and Tramways, 362
  • Makowski, Mr. A. W., On the Manchester Ship Canal, 142
  • Malacca Railway, Sanctioned by the Secretary of State for the Colonies, 543
  • Manchester, Arrival of Cotton in, 55
  • Manchester Corporation, and Mr, Geo. Bell’s Tender, 25
  • Manchester Corporation, Electric Light Engines, 391, 392
  • Manchester Corporation, Hydraulic Power Supplied by, 115
  • Manchester, The Forty-eight Hours Week in, 289, 296
  • Manchester Gas Works, Air Compressor, 424, 425
  • Manchester Hydraulic Power Installation, 339
  • Manchester and Liverpool Ports, Limits of, Fixed, 3
  • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway Express Passenger Locomotive, Mr. T. Parker (Supplements, April 6th and 13th, 1894), 286, 304, 313
  • MANCHESTER SHIP CANAL:—
  • - Advertisements from the Old Newspaper “John Bull,” 1825, 5
  • - Barton Swing Aqueduct, 448
  • - Biographical Notes, 454
  • - Bridges, The, 446
  • - Bridges over the, Mr. Marshall Stevens on the, 135
  • - Bridge Materials, 459
  • - Cattle Trade with Belfast by Means of, 25
  • - Construction of the Canal, The, 443
  • - Cotton-laden Vessels, Arrival of, 67
  • - Docks, The, 451
  • - Dredger “Manchester,” 457
  • - Dry Dock near Mode Wheel Locks, 153
  • - Early Schemes, 441
  • - Embankments, 445
  • - Excavations, 445
  • - Financial Prospects of the, 24, 26, 131, 327, 443, 497
  • - Flood Tide in, 65
  • - Grounding of the “Granada” in, 3
  • - Handbook Published.by the Company, 153
  • - Illustrated Account of, 327
  • - Liverpool and the Ship Canal, 101
  • - Locks, The Subsidiary, 445
  • - Locomotive Crane, 463
  • - Makovski, Mr. A. W., on, 142
  • - Mavor and Coulson, Messrs., Appoint Mr. H. T. Barnett as their London Agent, 374
  • - Minor Features, 451
  • - Opening of, 199
  • - Parliamentary Struggle, The, 441
  • - Pontoon and Dry Docks Company, Opening of Dry Dock, 153
  • - Queen’s Trip on the, 353
  • - Raising the Capital, 443
  • - A Retrospect, May, 1894, 441
  • - Returns of the, 24
  • - Returns of Vessels taken to Manchester by Way of, 93
  • - Rival Schemes, 441
  • - Storm Sluices, 446
  • - Structural Ironwork of, The Pearson and Knowles Coal and Iron Company, 3
  • - Swing Bridges, 448
  • Manchester Ship Canal Company, Want of a Further Million, 131
  • Mandalay-Kunlon Railway, The, 568
  • Manganese, Greene and Wahl cn the Manufacture of, 287
  • Manganese Peroxide in Sewage, Reduction of, 307
  • Manganese Steel, Results of Heat Treatment on, 390
  • Manila to Taal, Sale of Railway from, 25
  • Manning, Mr., Comparative Cost of Steam and Water Power, 575
  • “Majestic,” Laying of the Keel of the, 115
  • “Majestic” and the “ Paris,” Passages of the, 437
  • Map of England and Wales useful to Mining Engineers and Colliery Proprietors, 50
  • Map of London, New, 67
  • Map of River, Cataracts and Irongate Rocks, 473
  • Map showing Underground Water Flow in Hertfordshire, 244
  • Marden, Stag and Horse Killed on the South- Eastern Railway at, 115
  • Marine Boilers, Water-tube, 132, 133, 249, 250, 251
  • Marine Engine Tests, 135
  • Marine Engine Trials, 117, 165
  • Marine Engine Trials, Research Committee on, 100, 114, 165
  • Marine Engineering, Practical Problems in, 149
  • Marine Engineering, Recent Developments in, 414
  • Marine Engineers, Education of, 70
  • Marine Governor, Keats’, 222
  • Marks, Mr. E. C. R., Pumping Machinery, 174
  • Marsden’s Stone Breaker, Elevator, and Screen, 197
  • Marsh Steam Pump ? 355
  • Marshall Stevens, Mr., on the Bridges over the Manchester Ship Canal, 135
  • Marston, Mr., on Accidents in the Cumberland Mines, 245
  • Maschinen Fabrik, Baum, Coal-washing Apparatus, 541
  • Mather, Mr., on the Eight Hours Day, 269, 289, 330
  • Mathewson’s Sand-blast Apparatus, 281
  • Matter and Co., Messrs., Screw Boat with Delame- Deboutaville Gas Engine, 543
  • Matter, Solid and Liquid States of, 402, 425, 435
  • Matthews, Mr., on Machine Guns, 439
  • Matthews, Mr., Summoned to Report on the Sandgate Sea-wall, 245
  • Maudslay, Sons, and Field, Messrs., Engines of H.M.S. “Theseus” and “Royal Arthur,” 246, 249
  • Maxim Breast Plate, 501
  • Maxim Cuirass, The, 501, 504, 521, 542, 574
  • May, Mr. Decourcy, Cost of an Indicated Horse- Power, 575
  • Mayne, Mr. Charles, in London on Municipal Business, 568
  • Meade, Mr. T. de Courcy, Appointed City Surveyor of Manchester, 519
  • Meade, Mr. T. de Courcy, Highgate Museum of Sanitary Appliances, 327
  • Meat, Enormous Cargo of Refrigerated, 488
  • Mechanical Efficiency, 503
  • Mechanical Engineering (see Erratum, page 51), 11
  • Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, Value of the, 379, 436
  • Mechanics, A Spider’s Knowledge of, 307
  • Mechanism of Electrical Conduction, 437
  • Mechanism of Great Telescopes, 486
  • Meldrum Furnace, The, 539
  • Melton Mowbray Local Board and the Purification of their Sewage, 38
  • Melhuisb, Sons and Co., Messrs., Mitre Catting and Paring Machine, 76
  • Melville’s Tube Stopper 375
  • Merchant Shipping, Our, 483
  • Merchant Steam Shipping, Our, 183
  • Merry weather and Sons, Messrs., Locomotive Fire Engine, 228
  • Mersey, The, 402
  • Mersey Dock Board and the Railway Company’s Tolls, Rates, and Dues, Desired Reduction of, 50
  • Mesaba Range, Bessemer Ore from the, 307
  • Metal Pipes, Destruction of Underground by Electric Currents, 415
  • Metalliferous Mines in Cumberland and N. Lonsdale, Accidents in the, 245
  • Metallo-Keramic Joint, Doulton’s, 316
  • Metallurgy, 14
  • Metals, Action of Some on Acid Solutions of their Chlorides, 25
  • Meteorite Described by Mr. E. Goldsmith, 199
  • Metropolitan Electric Lighting, 418, 422, 440
  • Metropolitan Fire Brigade, The County Council’s Intentions with Regard to the, 131
  • Metropolitan Railway Company’s Servants, Meeting of, and the New Act for Shortening the Hours, 153
  • Metropolitan River Police, New Steam Launch for, 287
  • Metropolitan Water Supply, 265
  • Metropolitan Water Supply, Maps and Plans of Royal Commission, 245
  • Meux’s Brewery Company v. The City of London Electric Lighting Company—Shelter v. Same, 360
  • Mewburn and Ellis, Messrs., Partnership as Patent Agents, 374
  • Mexico, Drainage of the Valley of, 44
  • Michele, M., Portland Cement, 67
  • Middlesbrough Corporation, Tenders for a Gasholder, 519
  • Middleton, Mr. Robt., Coal Briquette Making Machinery, 262, 263
  • Middlings Purifier, known as the “New Reform,” Action Relative to Infringement of Patent, 206
  • Midland Railway, Accident Caused by Landslip, 67
  • Midland Railway Bridge over the Trent, 27, 28, 30
  • Midland Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, Two-horse Forty-seat Tramcars, 239, 242, 243
  • Midland Railway Company and Co-operative Coal Societies, 287
  • Midland Railway, Meeting of the Proprietors of, 131
  • Midland Railway Report, Ha’f-Yearly Report, 153
  • Midland Railway Report, Mileage Statement of the, 131, 153
  • Midland Railway Report, of Mr. McDonald, Engineer-in-Chief, 131
  • Midland Railway Stock, Locomotives added to the, 175
  • Midland, Wagons Acquired and Hired out by the, 245
  • Midvale Tires, Records of Mileage Made by, 67
  • Milan Exhibition, Wine and Olive Oil Industries at the, Extension of Term for Applications, 50
  • Mileage, Train, on the Midland and on the North- Western Railway, 131, 153
  • Miles, Mr., The Bristol Electrical Time Check, 184
  • Mill, with Electric Light, Roller Flour, 307
  • Miller’s Patent, The Woodfield Gas Engine. 358
  • Milton, Mr. J. T., on Water-tube Boilers, 250, 251
  • Minehin, Prof., on the Magnetic Field of a Current Running in a Cylindrical Coil, 3
  • Mineral Oil Lamp Accidents, 157
  • Mineral Production of the U.S., 543
  • Miners’ Congress, International, 461
  • Mines in Cumberland and N. Lonsdale, Accidents in the Metalliferous, 245
  • Mines Eight Hours Bill, The—What will it do ? 376
  • Mmes and the Liability Bill, 312
  • Miners, The Scotch, 248
  • Mines, Coal Dust in, 182
  • Mines Drainage, S. Staffordshire, 115
  • Mine Ventilating Fan, Mortier’s, 485
  • Mines Ventilation, 426
  • Minimum Temperature of Visibility. Mr 13 T, Gray on the, 393
  • Mining Engineering and Loss of Life, 335
  • Mining Enterprise in Cumberland, Important, 527
  • Mining Property, Nationalisation of, 75
  • Minority Report of the Labour Commission, The, 379
  • Miscellanea, 3, 25, 50, 67,93, 115, 131, 153, 175, 199 219, 245, 261, 287, 307, 327, 353, 374, 393, 415, 479, 497, 519, 543
  • Miscellaneous Implements entered for Medals at the R.A.S. Show, 562
  • Mississippi, The, 475
  • Mitre-cutting Machine, Messrs. Melhuish, Sons, and Co., 76
  • Mitton’s Centrifugal Automatic Crank Pin Oiler, 520
  • Modern British Locomotives, 159
  • Modern Fleet, The Making of a, 222
  • Modern Heat, 99, 134, 178, 197, 198
  • Modern Heat, Carnot and, 371, 396, 418, 436, 522, 557
  • Modern Locomotive, Construction of the, 171, 217, 257, 301, 302, 345
  • Moeser Block System, The, 17
  • Mole at Ancona, 131
  • Molybdenum, 36
  • Monfalcone Cervignano Railway, Completion of, 543
  • Monmouth Electric Lighting Bill, 519
  • Monnoyer, Mr. L., Mr. L. Bandoux v., 431
  • Monro, Mr. Thos., Electric Operation of Lock Gates, 3
  • Montretout at St. Cloud, New Station at, 497
  • Moore and McCallum in English Street Railway Construction, 287
  • Moorgate street Railway Station, New Building, 50
  • Morgan, Mr. James, on Street Pavements, 175
  • Morison’s Evaporator, 176
  • Mortars, 12in., for the United States Government, 175
  • Mortier Exhaust Fan for Mines, 485
  • Mortising Machine, The Expert Chain, 263
  • Morton, Mr. Alexander, Rotary and Reaction Steam Engines, 272, 273
  • Morton, Mr. A. C., on Tramways’ Sunday Fares, 479
  • Morton’s Semi-portable Engine, 499
  • Moselbahn, Test Run on the, with a New Four-Cylinder Compound Engine, 199
  • Motor, Rollason’s Wind, 337
  • Movable Side Walk, recommended by the Central Construction Company, 153
  • Movable Side Walk at Chicago Exhibition, Sale of the, 393
  • Moving Locomotives through, 179
  • Mozambique, Telegraphs in, 29
  • Much Wenlock and Severn Junction Railway, Discontinuation of, 3
  • Muirhead and Another v. The Commercial Cable Company, 380
  • Muirhead, Dr., on Atlantic Cables, 379
  • Muirhead’s Duplex Cable System, 381
  • Mundella, Mr., His Letter to the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, 543
  • Municipal and County Engineers, Home Counties’ Meeting at Reading, 340
  • Municipal Works in Reading, Mr. Collins on some, 340
  • Murray, Dr. John, on the Floor of the Ocean at Great Depths, 219
  • Mutual Action of Bodies Vibrating in Fluid Media, 25
  • Myers, Mr. W. B., Great Northern Extension Lines in Yorkshire, 328
  • NAINI Tai, Shakiness of, 568
  • Nassau Electric Railway Co., 100 Miles of Electric Railway, 415
  • Natal Railway System, Extension of, 287
  • Natal and Transvaal Railway Convention Signed, 131
  • National Building Exhibition, 263
  • Nationalisation of Mining Property, 75
  • Natural Gas in Indianopolis, Use of, 93
  • Naval Architecture, Mr. J. Wilkins on, 223
  • Naval Construction, 294
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 7, 28, 65, 111, 135, 161, 234, 255, 260, 317, 335, 412, 467, 510, 521, 547
  • Naval Ordnance Factory’s Oil Furnaces, Efficiency of the, 287
  • Naval Photography and the Electric Light, 558
  • Naval Programme, French, 519
  • Naval Programme, The New, 247
  • Navies, British and French, 1840—1874, 1893, 54
  • Navigation, Inland, 303
  • Navy, Engineers for the, 95, 134, 291, 440
  • Navy Estimates, The, 267
  • Navy, German Boats for the, 401
  • Neath Water Supply, 570
  • Nebular Theory, Corollary to the, 71
  • Neeson, Professor, Method of Coating Aluminium with other Metals, 50
  • Neilson, Mr. John F., Sir John Pender Gold Medal Awarded to, 440
  • Newlyn, 402
  • Newry Canal, Steam Lighters on the, 419
  • Newton, Chambers and Co., Limited, Pit Closed by, 374
  • Newtonian Constant of Gravitation, The, 551
  • Newbury Peat Beds, Remains of Pre-historic Animals Found in the, 479
  • New Caledonia, Nickel Ore in, 568
  • New York Canals, Deepening of the, 261
  • New York City, Traffic on the E’evated Railroads in, 437
  • New York Metropolitan Traction Company’s Offer of £10,000, The Electrical World on the, 307
  • New York and New Jersey Bridge Bill Passed, 568
  • New York, Underground Railways in, 199
  • New Zealand, Frczen Meat from, 339
  • Niagara Falls Power Station, Article on the, 519
  • Niagara, Harnessing, 153
  • Nicaragua Canal Construction Company, Sale of the, 568
  • Nicaraguan Canal Construction Company, Reorganisation of, 5
  • Nickel Ore in New Caledonia, 568
  • Nickel Plates, Failure of Thick Harveyed, 461
  • Nickel Steel for Ordnance in the United States Experiments with, 219
  • Nickel Steel Scrap in Government Yards in the United States, Secretary Herbert and the, 219
  • Niemen and the Windau, Proposed Canal to Connect the, 568
  • Niles Tool Works Company, Heavy Planing Machine, Chicago Exhibition, 148, 149
  • Niles Tool Works Company, The 6ft. Boring and wi Machine, Chicago Exhibition, 150
  • Nile, Utilisation of the, and see “Erratum,” 172, 173, 196, 203, 291
  • Nitrous Oxide, Physical Properties of, 479
  • North British Railway Company, Directors Half-Yearly Report, 245
  • North British Railway Receipts, 261
  • North British Railway Works, 269
  • North British Rubber Company v. Mackintosh and Company, 199, 518
  • North-Eastern Railway Company’s Alterations at Sunderland Station, 374
  • North-Eastern Railway Locomotive Shops at Darlington, Extensions at the, 327
  • North-Eastern Railway Company, New Lincs, 67
  • North-Eastern Railway Projects, 160
  • North-Eastern Railway, Report of the, 131
  • Northern Coal for Scotch Railways, 579
  • North of England, 18, 37, 59, 81, 103, 123, 143, 167, 189, 209, 234, 253, 275, 297, 319, 341, 361, 383, 407, 427, 465, 489, 511, 531, 553, 577
  • North German Lloyd Company and HerrSchichau, of Elbing, 219
  • Norton’s Compound Lifting Jack, 413
  • Norway begins to Build her own Locomotives, 261
  • Norwegian Navy, New Torpedo Boat for the, 568
  • North-Western Railway in India, Karachi to Kotri Section, 497
  • Notes from Germany, 19, 38, 60, 82, 104, 124, 144, 168, 190, 210, 234, 254, 276, 298, 320, 342, 362, 384, 408, 428, 466, 490, 512, 532, 554, 578
  • Notes from Lancashire, 18, 36, 58, 80, 102, 123, 143, 166, 189, 209, 232, 253, 275, 297, 318, 341, 361, 383, 406, 427, 464, 489, 510, 531, 552 576
  • Notes and Memoranda, 3, 25, 50, 67, 93, 115, 131, 153, 175, 199, 219, 245, 261, 287, 307, 327, 353, 374, 393, 415, 479, 497, 519, 543
  • Notes from Scotland, 19, 38, 60, 82, 103, 124, 144, 167, 190, 210, 234, 254, 276, 298, 320, 342, 362, 384, 408, 428, 466, 490, 512, 532, 554, 578
  • Notices to Correspondents, 9, 31, 51, 73, 95, 117, 137, 159, 181, 203, 225, 247, 267, 289, 311, 333, 355, 375, 399, 421, 503, 525, 545, 569
  • Nourisson, M. C., Minimum Electro-motive Force Necessary for the Electrolysis of Dissolved Alkaline Salts, 115
  • Nova Scotia, Coal-cutting Machines in, 227
  • Nozzle for Locomotives, Self-adjusting Sand-pipe, 378
  • Nunnery Colliery, New Shaft, 479
  • Nut, The “Cornwall” Lock, 336
  • OBITUARY:—
  • - Avery, Mr. Thomas, 153
  • - Brunton, Mr. Thomas, 245
  • - Carnot, President, 569
  • - Carter, Mr. Thomas, 67
  • - Dent, Admiral C. B. C., 245
  • - Galloway, Mr. John (with Portrait), 129, 190
  • - Griffin, Mr. R. T., 287
  • - Haywood, Colonel William, 335
  • - Hick, Mr. John, 120
  • - McOnie, Sir William, 111
  • - Owen, Sir Philip Cunliffe, 269
  • - Pilbrow, Mr. James, 175
  • - Prosser, Mr. William Henry, 153
  • - Reid, Mr. James, 570
  • - Scott, Mr. Henry Bowes, 67
  • - Tomlinson, Mr. Joseph (with portrait), 378, 402
  • Oblique Arches, 137
  • Ocean at Great Depths, The Floor of the, 219
  • O’Connor, Mr. Hy., On Pile Driving, 232
  • O’Ferrall, Governor, on Railways, 199
  • Ogle, Mr. P. J., Easily Opened Postage Wrapper, 149
  • Ogle’s Protractor, 77
  • Oil Barrels, Steel, 261
  • Oil in Calming Water, Dr. Richter on Use of, 287
  • Oil Engine, Indicator Card, 529
  • Oil Engines, 70
  • Oil Engines at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 295, 310, 331, 360, 379, 540, 566, 569
  • Oil Fired Dredger, 546
  • Oil Fuel in the Navy, 249
  • Oil Fuel at Sea 500
  • Oil Furnaces in Blacksmiths’ Shops on the Pen- sylvania Lines, 153
  • Oil Furnaces of the Naval Ordnance Factory, 287
  • Oil Gas Plant ? 355
  • Oil Industry in France, The Shale, 152
  • Oil Lamp Accidents, Mineral, 157
  • Oil, A New Composition, A Vehicle for Paint, 131
  • Oil and Petroleum Engines, Mr. H. M. Waynfoith on, 393
  • Oil Tank Screw Steamer “Baku Standard,” Arrival of, 244
  • Oil Tank Car with Steel Underframe, 336
  • Oiler, Crank Pin, 520
  • Optics, New Phenomena in, 527
  • Ordnance, British Armour and, 247
  • Osborne and Co.’s Piston Rings for Engine Cylinders of H.M. Ships, 131
  • Osgood Dredge Company, Steam Excavator, 176, 180
  • Osmond, Mr. F., on Alloys of Iron and Nickel, 245
  • Ottawa River, The Sawdust Beds in the, 318
  • Our Merchant Shipping, 483
  • Overhead Railway, The Liverpool, 207
  • Owen, Sir Philip Cunliffe, 269
  • Owens College Physical Laboratory Testing Department, 58
  • Oxide, Physical Properties of Pure Nitrous, 479
  • Oxy-oil Gas and Coal Gas, 3
  • Ozone, Production and Utilisation of, 76, 135
  • PACIFIC Telegraph Scheme, 526
  • Packing, Silver Bronze Rod, 205
  • Palace Steamers Co., Ld., “La Marguerite,” 560
  • Palk’s Straits and the New Canal, The Two Routes through the, 437
  • Palmer’s Shipbuilding and Iron Co. v. The Leeds Forge Co., Action for Damages for Breach of Contract, 206
  • Panama Canal as it is, The, 308, 309
  • Panama Canal Completion, M. Bartissol’s Statement relative to the, 287
  • Panama Liquidator and M. Eiffel, Compromise between, 415
  • Paper Spindles, 93
  • Paraffin and Lubricating Oil, Detection of in the Distillates obtained from Train Oil, 199
  • Parenty, M. H., Experimental Studies concerning Form, Pressures, and Temperatures of a Jet of Vapour, 115
  • Paring Machine, Mitre-cutting and, 76
  • Paris Academy of Sciences, Prizes Awarded by, 50
  • Paris, Drainage System of, 435
  • Paris, Gas Consumed in, 497
  • Paris Railway Stations, Number of Arrivals and Departures, 3
  • Paris a Seaport, 204
  • Paris, Underground Railway in, 334
  • Paris Underground Tramway, 462
  • Paris, Wood Paving in, 307
  • Parker, Mr. Thos., 313
  • Parker, Mr. T., Electrical Equipment of the Liverpool Overhead Railway, 207
  • Parker, Mr. T., Express Passenger Locomotive (Supplements. April 6th and 13th, 1894), 286, 304, 313
  • Parker, Ld., Thos., 327
  • Parker, Messrs. T., New Works of, 543
  • Parkin, jun., Mr., His Appointment on the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, 25
  • Parkinson and Others v. Simon, 206, 252
  • Parliamentary Notes, 17, 29, 46, 161, 227, 249, 378, 401
  • - Admiralty and Thames Labour, 567
  • - Automatic Brake, The, 567
  • - Battleships Launched in 1893, 219
  • - Belleville Boilers, The, 161
  • - Bilge Keels in the “Royal Sovereign” Class, 401
  • - British Trade in Egypt, 567
  • - Dangerous Trades and Hours of Labour, 29
  • - Debate on the Navy, 17
  • - Eight Hours a Day in Government Departments, 29
  • - Engine-room Complements, 249
  • - Factories and Workshops Bill, 378
  • - Galway and Clifden Railway, The, 46
  • - German Boats for the Navy, 401
  • - German Contracts for the Royal Navy, 378
  • - Government Factories, Work in, 401
  • - Government Hours of Labour, 46
  • - Government Shipbuilding and Private Yards, 29
  • - Government Workmen, 378
  • - H.M.S. “Resolution,” 17
  • - Indian Troopships, 17
  • - Irish Light Railways, 227
  • - Locomotive Thrashing Engines Bill, 378
  • - Missing Drawings of the “Havock,” The, 249
  • - New Bills, 249
  • - New Ships and their Armaments, 46
  • - Oil Fuel in the Navy, 249
  • - Oil Fuel at Sea, 227
  • - Patent Agents, 378
  • - Patent Agents’ Bill, The, 291
  • - Post-office and the Telephones, The, 161
  • - Supplies for Indian State Railways, 227, 249
  • - Surveyors in Ireland, 401
  • - Whitebait at Woolwich, The, 378
  • - Workmen and Admiralty Contracts, 249
  • Partiot, Mr. H. L., “Estuaries,” 360
  • Passenger Locomotives—see Locomotives
  • Pasteur, M., on Sewage Farms, 353
  • Patent, Action relative to Infringement of, Messrs. T. and G. M. Parkinson, 206
  • Patent Agents, 378
  • Patent Agents’ Bill, The, 221, 378
  • Patent, Infringement of Letters, Action for, 199
  • Patent Law, American, 207
  • Patent Office, The U.S., 291
  • Patents, 1893, Applications for Grant of, 3
  • Patents in Denmark, 295, 478
  • Patents for Inventions, Mr. E. H. G. Brewster on, 64
  • Patents, Report of the United States Commissioner, 25
  • Patents in the U.S., 415
  • Patents, Mr. L. Wise and, 3
  • Paterson and Cooper, Messrs., The Hermite Electrolysing Apparatus, 316
  • Patin Fly-wheel Alternator and Transformer, Details, 88, 94
  • Paved Streets of Chicago, 131
  • Pavement, Buckeye Portland Cement, 276
  • Pavements, Street, 175
  • Paving, Cedar Block, on Slag Foundation, 50
  • Paving, Compressed Hay for, 519
  • Paxman, Mr. J., takes his Son, Mr. Wm. Paxman, into Partnership, 25
  • Pearson and Knowles Coal and Ironwork Company and their Work on the Manchester Ship Canal, 3
  • Pearson and Son, Messrs. Contract for Excavating Channel through the Rock, Bermuda, 244
  • Pease, Mr. E. Lloyd, Gasholder Construction, 286
  • Peddie,Dr. W., “Torsional Oscillations of Wires,” 131
  • Pelton Wheel, Hett’s, 358
  • Pemberton, Mr. W., Boiler Management and Inspection, 234
  • Pencil, Beam Compass, A Simple, 208
  • Pender Gold Medal, The Sir John, 440
  • P. and O.’s New Steamer “Caledonia,” Launch of the, 437
  • P. and 0. s.s. Fleet, The, 505
  • “Penny in the Slot,” Delivery of Railway Tickets in Berlin,” 175
  • Pennsylvania Lines, Oil Furnaces in the Blacksmiths’ Shops on the, 153
  • Pennsylvania Railway, Standard Gauge of the, 519
  • People’s Palace, Prize Distribution at the, by Sir B. Baker, 50
  • Percy, Mr. C. M., On Mine Ventilation, 426
  • Periyar Irrigation Works, Electric Transmission of Power, 281
  • Parken, Son, and Rayment, Messrs., Gwyer’s Ether Saturator for the Lantern, 359
  • Permanent Way, Continuous Rails, 415
  • Permanent Way, Terra Cotta Sleepers, 415
  • Patch’s Wheel Cap Wrench, 475
  • “Petersburg,” The Twin-screw Steamer, 507
  • Petersburg and the White Sea, Railway Communication between, 353
  • Petersen, Mr. H., Electric Conduit Street Railway System, 115
  • Petit, M., On the Influence of Iron on Barley, 437
  • “Petrolea,” A Run with, 193
  • Petroleum between Binegar and Shepton, Existence of, 153
  • Petroleum in Bulk, Transport of, 118
  • Petroleum, Railway Accident to Train Carrying, 374
  • Petroleum for Removing Boiler Scale, Pros and Cons. Regarding use of, 437
  • Petroleum in Somersetshire, 93, 219, 225, 245
  • Petroleum Storage Tanks, Drilling and Refining Plant? 73
  • Pettenkofer, Professor, On the Self-Purification of Water in Rivers, 219
  • Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Railroad Company’s Gauge, 519
  • Phillips, Mr. C. G. W., Appointment of, 199
  • Phoenixville Ironworks, Hydraulic Testing Machine, 98
  • Photographic Lenses, Recent, 573
  • Photography in Coal Mines, Mr. H. W. Hughes on, 152
  • Photography, Naval, and the Electric Light, 558
  • Photo-mechanical Printing in Colours, 129
  • Photomicrography, Instrument for, 379
  • Physical Properties of Pure Nitrous Oxide, 479
  • Pier, Gravesend, Improvements at, 568
  • Pierson, Messrs. J. and O. G., Crossley Motor, 507
  • Pig Iron in the United States, Returns of the Stocks of Unsold, 131
  • Piggott and Company, Welded Steel Pipes for Bradford Water Supply, 261
  • Pilbrow, Mr. James, 175
  • Piles and Pile Driving, 41, 232, 463, 486, 500
  • Pile Driving, Mr. Henry O’Connor, 232
  • Piles and Pile Driving, Mr. J. R. Baterdenon, 41, 463, 486
  • Piltchikoff, Mr., Method for Studying the Electric Discharge, 471
  • Pinerolo, Wire Ropeway at, 68, 69
  • Pinkert, Mr. George, His Intended Passage of the Channel on a Tricycle, 497
  • Pipe Discharge, Cast Iron, 393
  • Pipe Sewers, Fractures in, 543
  • Pipe Tongs, Substitute for, 395, 419
  • Pipes, Steel Spigot and Socket, 336
  • Piraeus-Larissa Railway, A Royal Decree Relative to the, 307
  • Pitot, M. Leon, Arrangement for Heating Water by an Incandescent Electric Lamp in the Lighting Circuit, 353
  • Pitsea Marshes, Admiralty Survey of the, 568
  • Planing Machine, Heavy, The Niles Tool Works Company, Chicago Exhibition, 148, 149
  • Platforms Driven by Electric Motors, Moving, 153
  • Platts-Turton Patent Socket Plunger Buffer, 56
  • Plea for the Traction Engine, A, 482
  • Ploughs at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 562, 563
  • Plymouth Death Rate, 3
  • Pohle’s Air Bubble Water Pump, 358
  • Poisonous Dust in Railway Cars, 307
  • Pola Armour-plate Competition, The, 119
  • Pollit, Mr. Harry, His Appointment on the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, 25
  • Pontoon Bridge at Dundee, New, 353
  • Pontoon Pier for Tilbury, Launch of a, 552
  • Pope and Pearson’s Collieries, Messrs., 152
  • Porosity in Castings, Remedies for Excessive, 153
  • Port Talbot Company, Bill to Dissolve, Re-incor-porate, andc., the, 327
  • Port Talbot Company’s Bill, Alterations in the, 519
  • Port Tennant, Reynolds' Newspaper v. THE ENGINEER at, 393
  • Portland Cement, M. Michele’s, 67
  • Portland Cement Making Materials, 500
  • Portland Cement Pavement, Buckeye, 276
  • Portland Cement Testing by High-pressure Steam, 178, 230, 265
  • Portrait of Mr. W. Adams, 571
  • Portsmouth Electric Lighting Station, The, 496
  • Portsmouth Harbour Station, Report on the Fall of the Roof at, 175
  • Postage Wrapper, An Easily Opened, 149
  • Postal Telegraph Cable Co., On the Machinery in the, 374
  • Post-office and the Telephones, The, 161
  • Potomac River, Washington, Col. P. C. Hains on the Dredging Operations in the, 243
  • Power from Artesian Wells, 501
  • Power in Steel Works, 187
  • “Powerful” and “ Terrible,” First-class Cruisers, 29
  • Preece, Mr. W. H., C.B., 3
  • Preece, Mr. W. H., on Conveyance of Messages by Electro-magnetic Induction, 153
  • Preece, Mr. W. H., on Explosions in the Boxes of the City of London Electric Lighting Com¬pany, 115
  • Preece, Mr. W. H., and Mr. Gisbert Kapp, Bristol Electric Light Works, 432, 433, 434
  • Prestwich, Dr., on the Tradition of the Flood, 261
  • Press, The Royal Agricultural Society and the, 546
  • Press, Tittley Screw, 565
  • Private Bill Legislation, 48
  • Prizes for Hay - making and Clover - making Machines, 304
  • Problem in Haulage, 95
  • Proccacci, Dr., On the Action of Sunshine on the Microbes in Drain Water, 261
  • Profits of Coal Mining in France, 483
  • Projectiles against not-Harveyised Armour-plates, Testing of, 568
  • Projectiles, Carpenter, 462
  • Projectiles, Some Destructive Effects of, 329
  • Propeller, Mr. N. Cain, 519
  • Propeller Shaft Brackets, Messrs. W. Jessop and Sons, 519
  • Propellers, Reversing, 574
  • Propellers, Reversing Screw, 36
  • Propulsion, Hydraulic, 64
  • Prosser, Mr. W. H., Death of, 153
  • Protection of our Coasts, Mr. R. F. Grantham on the, 153
  • Protractor, Ogle’s, 77
  • Prussian State Railroads and Freight Traffic on Sundays, 393
  • Public Works Abroad, 120
  • Public Works in the United States, 438
  • Pulleys, Action of, 230, 265
  • Pulleys—Balancing Locomotives, 241, 265
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, for Holland, 130
  • Pump, Continuous Current, 76
  • Pumps, Geared High-lift, 205
  • Pump Valves, 78, 102
  • Pumps, Windmill, 307
  • Pumping Engines, Bombay Sewage Works, 223
  • Pumping Engine, Centrifugal, Messrs. Drysdale and Co., 373
  • Pumping Engines, Coupled Horizontal Compound Tandem, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 194, 195
  • Pumping Machinery, by W. M. Barr, 74
  • Pumping Machinery, Mr. E. C. R. Marks on, 174
  • Pumping, New System of, 249
  • Punches, Tests of, Mr. Geo. S. Allen’s, 415
  • Purifier, Middlings, known as the “New Reform,” Action relating to Infringement of Patent, 206
  • Purifying Feed-water, Lyons’ Apparatus for, 184
  • Purifying Middlings by Sizing, 307
  • Pyne, Sir T. Salter, 274, 573
  • Pynegar, Mr. H., Williams’ Wedge Seam Joint Steel Tubes, 177
  • Pyritic Smelting, 561
  • RAILS, High Carbon, 478
  • Railway Accidents, 421
  • Railway Accidents on American Lines, 50
  • Railway Accidents, Board of Trade and, 478
  • Railway Accident at Dover Town Station, 25
  • Railway Accident with Petroleum Trucks, 374
  • Railway Accidents on the South-Eastern Railway and at Compiegne, 115
  • Railway Accidents in the United Kingdom, 1893, 393, 437
  • Railway Accidents in the United States, 415
  • Railway, The Achill Extension, Parliamentary Note, 567
  • Railways, American, 93
  • Railway in Asia Minor built by the Germans, 437
  • Railway Axles, Tensile Tests of Wrought Iron, 36
  • Railways of Bahia, 56
  • Railway, The Ben Nevis, 128
  • Railway Benevolent Institution, Duke of York to Preside at the Dinner of, 245
  • Railway Bills this Session, 25
  • Railway Bills, Withdrawals and Petitions against, 327
  • Railways of Brazil, 120
  • Railway Bridge over the Lan-Ho, China, 365, 366, 367, 368
  • Railways, Buxton and the, 422
  • Railways in Canada, 287
  • Railway Carriage Mat and Carpet Beater, Bricogne’s, 485
  • Railway Carriages, Warming, 34, 71
  • Railway Carriage and Wagon Builders well Engaged on Home and Foreign Contracts, 327
  • Railway Cars, Poisonous Dust in, 307
  • Railway Companies and Colliery Owners’ Differences respecting Trucks, 519
  • Railway Companies, Street, 543
  • Railway Congress in London, Projected International, 199
  • Railway Days ? Early, 159
  • Railways in Denmark, 261
  • Railway, Elevated, at New York, on Mr. Bushe’s Plan, 115
  • Railways, Elevated, in New York City, Traffic on, 437
  • Railway, Estimating the Value of a, 440
  • Railway Extension in British Guiana, 307
  • Railways, Inclined, in Switzerland, K. Walloth on, 53
  • Railways in India, Mr. Hyde Clark on, 353
  • Railways of India, Lieut.-Col. R. A. Sargeaunt on the, 93
  • Railway from India to Ceylon, Proposed, 115
  • Railway between Interlaken and Lauterbrunnen, 543
  • Railway between Jaffa and Jerusalem, 261
  • Railways, Light, High Carbon Rails, 478
  • Railway, The Liverpool Overhead, 207
  • Railways, Location Surveys for, 57
  • Railway, Matters, 3, 25, 50, 67, 93, 115, 131, 153, 175, 199, 219, 245, 261, 287, 307,327, 353, 374, 393, 415, 479, 497, 519, 543
  • Railway Mileage in the United States, Total, 199
  • Railway, A Miniature Gravity, 185
  • Railways, New French, 479
  • Railway from the Piraeus or Athens to Larissa, Stoppage of the Works by the Greek Government, and Confiscation of the Line, 261
  • Railway Prospects, The Hematite Iron Trade and, 183
  • Railway Rates in France, 415
  • Railway Rates, Reduction of, by the North Staffordshire Railway Company, 93
  • Railway Rates, Struggle Continues, 50
  • Railway Receipts in France, 543
  • Railway Regulations, Electric Tramways and, 204
  • “Railways,” Remarks on, Relating to Proposed Railway between Birmingham and London, 393
  • Railway, Road and, 482
  • Railways in Russia, Opening of New, 219
  • Railway Servants, Act for Shortening the Hours of, and its Consequences, 153
  • Railway Servants Killed Yearly, Number of, 568
  • Railway Station Indicator, Robertson’s, 326
  • Railway Subsidence in Glasgow, 227
  • Railways, Swiss Mountain, 93
  • Railway System, Extension of the Natal, 287
  • Railway Ticket Delivery by “Penny in the Slot” Apparatus, 175
  • Railway Trains, Tests of English and American, 317
  • Railways and Tramways, Electric, 362
  • Railway Travelling in England, France, and the United States, Relative Safety of, 353
  • Railways for Trebizond, 335
  • Railway Working in the Past Half-year, 74
  • Railway Working, Scotch, 269
  • Rainfall during 1893, 568
  • Rainfall during March, 1894, 353
  • Rainfall in New York State, 1893, 543
  • Rainfall in the Thames Valley, April, 415
  • Rainfall in the Thames Basin, Deficient, 245
  • Raising of a Canadian Pacific Mogul Engine, 327
  • Railings, Mr. H., On Lubrication, 231
  • Ralston, Mr. G., New System of Pumping, 249
  • Ram “Katahdin,” The United States Coast Defence, 288, 293
  • Ramasamudrum Reservoir, Construction of, Sanctioned, 519
  • Ramsay, Professor W,, Passage of Hydrogen through a Palladium Septum, 497
  • Ramsay, Professor, on Rarefied Gases, 568
  • Ramsgate Post-office, Telephonic Communication with the Goodwin L’ghtships, 50
  • Range-finder, Commander L. K. Bell’s, 519
  • Rarefied Gases, On, 568
  • Rayleigh, Lord, on Light, 129, 164, 177
  • Reade, Mr. J. F., Application of Water-power, 196
  • Reading Gasworks, The, 340
  • Reading, Removing the Front Wall of a Warehouse at, 558
  • Reading, Some Municipal Works in, 340
  • Reading Waterworks, and the use of Polarite therein, Some Extensions of, 340
  • Re-armament of our Early Ironclads, 355
  • Reciprocals ? 503
  • Reclamations of the Zuyder Zee, 470
  • Reddaway and Co., Messrs., Purchase of the Business of the Sphincter Hose and Engineering Company by, 3
  • Redhill Tunnel, 27
  • Reduction in the Working Hours upon French Railways, 437
  • Redwood and Topley’s, Messrs., Report on the Discovery of Petroleum in Somerset, 219
  • Refrigerated Meat, An Enormous Cargo of, 488
  • Refrigerating Machinery, 35, 47, 70, 100, 135, 179, 349, 397
  • Refrigerating Machinery, Explosion of, 295
  • Refuse Destructor Apparatus, 519
  • Refuse Furnace at Chicago, 543
  • Regulating Pressure in Electric Light Circuits, Methods of, 316
  • Reid, James, 579
  • Reid’s Spring Coil Tube Brush, 305
  • Removing the Front Wall of a Warehouse at Reading, 558
  • Rendel, Sir Alex. M., on the Cracks in the Sun¬derland Quay, 261
  • Rendering? 525
  • “Renown,” Sheathing and Coating of the, 543
  • Reservoir, The Ramasamudrum, 519
  • Reservoirs, Storage, 130
  • Reunion, Condition of, 484
  • Reversing Gear, Joy’s Fluid Pressure, 396, 436, 478
  • Reversing Screw Propellers, 17, 36, 574
  • Revival in Trade, The, 227
  • Re-weiring the Clyde at Glasgow, 305
  • Reynolds' Newspaper v. THE ENGINEER at Port Tennant, 393
  • Rheims, Electric Lighting Station at, 374
  • Rhode Island Locomotives at the Chicago Exhibi¬tion (Supplement, January 5th, 1894), 6, 7, 8
  • Rhymney Railway and Steel Works, Rumour Concerning the, The Midland and the, 543
  • Richards, Mr. John, on Tangential Water¬wheels, 353
  • Richardson and Sons, Messrs. T., Morison’s Evaporator, 176
  • Richmond and Chandler’s Sifter, 564
  • Richmond Lock and Foot-bridge, 433
  • Richmond Lock and Tidal Weir, 415
  • Richmond Main Sewerage Board, Application by, for a Loan for Additional Works, 374
  • Richmond Weir and Lock and Foot-bridge, Open¬ing of, 353
  • Richter, Dr., on Use of Oil in Calming Water, 287
  • Rickard, Mr. Percy, Tunnels on the Dore and Chinley Railway, 79
  • Rising Main by Expansion, Lifting a Vertical, 112
  • Rivers Conservancy and County Councils, 92
  • Rivers, The Training of, 359
  • Riveted Girders? Moments of Inertia of, 95
  • Road and Railway, 482
  • Roadways, Mr. Thomas Codrington on the Con-struction of, 575
  • Robertson’s Railway Station Indicator, 326
  • Robey and Co., Messrs., Compound Underground Hauling Engines, 177
  • Robinson and Son, Messrs. Thos., Sun Flour Mills, Bromley, 476, 477, 478
  • Rochester Sewerage, 29
  • Rod Packing, Silver Bronze, 205
  • Rodger Ballasting System, The, 539, 548
  • Roebling, Mr. John A,, on Wire Ropes in the United States, 93
  • Roepsel, Dr., Measurement of the Magnetic Properties of Iron, 353
  • Rogers, Mr. G. S. W., Water-tight Drainage and the Disposal of Sewage from Isolated Dwell¬ings, 467
  • Roll Surface in a Roller Mill, The Quantity of, 327
  • Rollason’s Wind Motor, 337
  • Roller Flour Mill with Electric Light at West Superior, Wis., New, 307
  • Rolling Mill Engines, Economy of Steam in, 187
  • Rolling Mill Plant, Improvements in, 561
  • Rolling of Battleships of the “Royal Sovereign” Type, 85
  • Rolling of Ships, Mr. W. H. White on the, 213
  • Rolling of Warships, The, 156
  • Rolling Stock in War, 401
  • Romney Marsh Sea Wall, The, 277
  • Ropes, Wire, 414
  • Ropeway, Wire, at Pinerolo, 68, 69
  • Rosario Sewage Works, Mr. A. Fairlie Bruce on the, 135
  • Ross and Co., Messrs., Concentric Lens, 573
  • Rotary and Reaction Steam Engines, Mr. Alex Morton on, 272, 273
  • Rous-Marten, Charles, A Run with “Petrolea,” 193
  • Row Heating Tube, The, 281
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s of England’s Trials of Oil Engines, 295, 310, 331, 360, 379, 397
  • ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, 152, 438
  • - Annual Meeting of the Society, 438
  • - Prizes offered by, for Hay-making and Clover-making Machines, 304
  • Royal Agricultural Society and the Press, 546
  • Royal Agricultural Society, Projected Meeting at Darlington, 115
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Show and the Great Eastern Railway Company’s Special Arrange-ments, 374
  • ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY’S SHOW AT CAM-BRIDGE, 517, 540, 549, 562
  • - Aveling and Porter’s Spring Mounted Engine, 549
  • - Cooper’s Steam Digger, 564
  • - Crossley and Co., Messrs., Oil Engine, 540
  • - Engines, Oil, 540, 566
  • - Engines and Ploughs, 562, 563
  • - Fielding and Platt, Messrs., Stationary and Portable Oil Engines, 567
  • - Fowler and Co., Messrs., Eight-furrow Turnover Steam Plough, 562
  • - Hornsby and Sons, Messrs., Stationary and Portable Oil Engines, 566
  • - Miscellaneous Implements Entered for Medals, List of, 562
  • - Oil Engines, Portable, at, 540, 566
  • - Oil Engines, Trials of, 566
  • - Plan of the Showyard, 517
  • - Ploughs, 563
  • - Richmond and Chandler’s Sifter, 564
  • - Tittley Screw Press, 565
  • - Weyman and Hitchcock, Messrs., Oil Engine, 541
  • Royal and Civil Engineers in India, 397
  • Royal Commission on Metropolitan Water Supply, Maps and Plans, 244, 245
  • Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society, Exhibition of Photo-mechanical Process Work, 539
  • Royal Dublin Society—See Society, Royal Dublin
  • ROYAL INSTITUTION:—
  • - Bookbinding and Its Ideal, Mr. T. J. Cobden- Sanderson, 120
  • - Electric Discharge through Gasea, Professor J J. Thomson, 359
  • - Electric Generating Stations, Professor J. A. Fleming on Various, 374
  • - Ether Saturator for the Lantern, Mr. Gwyer’s, on View, 359
  • - Evolution of the Astronomical Te’escope, The, Sir Howard Grubb, 486
  • - Gaseous and Liquid Air, Professor Dowar, 24, 55
  • - Lecture Arrangements after Easter, 255
  • - Lectures on Light, Dates of, 120
  • - Lectures in Prospect for May, 358
  • - Light, Lord Rayleigh on, 129, 164, 177
  • - Newtonian Constant of Gravitation, Professor C. V. Boys, 551
  • - Photo-mechanical Printing in Colours, 129
  • - Projectiles, Some Destructive Effects of, Dr. Victor Horsley, 329
  • - Rubies, Professor J. W. Judd, 402, 426, 435
  • - Solid and Liquid States of Matter, Professor Dewar, 402, 425, 435
  • - Some Scientific Uses of Liquid Air, Professor Dewar, 78
  • - Work of Hertz, The, Professor Oliver Lodge, 467, 510
  • Royal Navy, German Contracts for the, 378
  • Royal Navy’s Representative at the Opening of the Tower Bridge, 497
  • Royal School of Mines, 101
  • Royal School of Mines, Annual Dinner of Old Students, 75
  • ROYAL SOCIETY, THE :—
  • - Conversazione of the, Exhibits by Mr. S. Bidwell, Mr. G. J. Snelus, Professor Elisha Gray, Professor O. Lodge, Mr. J. Wimshurst, Miss E. Walter, Mr. H. B. Bourne, Professor S. P. Thompson, the Postmaster - General, Mr. Claude Vautin, andc. andc., 380, 527
  • - Sugar as a Food in the Production of Muscular Work, Dr. Vaughan Harley, 93
  • ROYAL SOCIETY OF EDINBURGH:—
  • - Compression of Fluids, Professor Tait on, 131
  • - Torsional Oscillation of Wires, Dr. Peddie, 131
  • ROYAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES:—
  • - Origin of Gold Nuggets, Mr. Liversidge on the, 570
  • “Royal Sovereign” Type, Rolling of Battleships of the, 85
  • Royalty on Foreign Reprints of British Copyright Works to Cease in Canada, 307
  • Rubies of the Burmah Ruby Mines, 402, 425, 435
  • Ruby Mines of Burmab, The, 568
  • Rush worth and Co., Messrs., Large Boiler Turning and Drilling Machine, 48
  • Russell, Mr. H. C., Effect of Altitude on Temperature, 50
  • Russia, Agricultural Machinery in Southern, 549
  • Russia, New Naval Stations, 244
  • Russia, Opening of New Railways in, 219
  • Russian Battleships, Triple-expansion Engines of the, Messrs. Humphrys, Tennant, and Company (Supplement, January 9th, 1894), 51
  • Russian Ironclad, Launch of a New, 497
  • Russian Railroads, Abolition of First-class Carriages on, 153
  • Russian Railway Statistics, 393
  • Russian, Volunteer Fleet, The, 507
  • Rust, On Varieties of, 374
  • Rusting of Boiler Shells, Report on the Internal, 568
  • Rye Harbour, 475
  • SAFETY Valve, Ashton Pop, 548
  • Sage, Mr. Russell, cn Double-decking the Manhattan Elevated System, 287
  • Saigon Public Works, 484
  • “St. George,” H.M.S., 101
  • Sale of Railway from Manila to Taal, by Spanish Government, 25
  • Salt-bearing Marls in the Isle of Man, Professor B. Dawkins on, 519
  • Sand Blast Apparatus, Matthewson’s, 281
  • Sandgate Sea Wall, Condition of the, 245
  • Sand-pipe Nozzle for Locomotives, Self-adjusting, 378
  • Sandy Hook, Firing Tests for Speed at, 568
  • Sanitary Appliances, The Highgate Museum of, 327
  • Sanitary Engineering, 16
  • Saniter Desulphurising Process, The, 47
  • San Roque Dam, Argentine Republic, 350, 351, 354, 396
  • Santiago-Chile Mining and Metallurgical Exhibition, Opening Deferred, but Exhibits can be Forwarded at once, 50
  • Sargeaunt, Lieut.-Colonel, R.A., on Railwava in India, 93
  • Savage’s Method of Determining Stresses, 245
  • Sawdust Beds in the Ottawa River, 318
  • Say Sugar Refinery, Paris, Steel Tubular Elephant Boiler, 201
  • Schaub, J. W., Method of Calculating the Stresses of the Ferris Wheel, 358
  • Sohenck, Prof., on the Self-purification of Water in Rivers, 219
  • Schichau, Herr, Twin-screw Vessels for the North German Lloyd Company, 219
  • Schlick, Herr Otto, on the Vibrations of Steamers, 258
  • Scotch Anthracite, Large Gas Engines and, 510
  • Scotch Fishery Harbours, 402
  • Scotch Harbours—Harbours and Waterways 89
  • Scotch, Miners, The, 248
  • Scotch Railway Extensions, 495
  • Scotch Railway, A New (Forfar to Brechin), 479
  • Scotch Railways, Northern Coal for, 579
  • Scotch Railway Working, 269
  • Scott, Mr. Henry Bowes, 67
  • Scott, Dr. J. Alfred, Method for Colouring Lantern Slides, 327
  • Scott, Capt. R. A., Electric Sign Throwing, 436
  • Scott’s Moulding Machine ? 137
  • Scrap Nickel Steel in United States Government Yards, 219
  • Screw Press, Tittley, 565
  • Screw Propellers, Reversing, 36, 574
  • Screw Propellers, Reversing Screw Propellers and Non-reversible Engines, Mr. Robt. McGlisson on, 17, 175
  • Screw-testing Machine at Cornell University, 131
  • Sea Wall, The Romney Marsh, 277
  • Sebillot, M., Folk-lore on Public Works and Mining, 519
  • Sebor, Mr. G., on the Preparation of Antimony Blue, 261
  • Seeley, Prof., H. G., on the Shaping of the Earth, 131
  • Seine, Project for Deepening the, 415
  • Seine, Tunnel under the, 231
  • Selby-Bigge, Mr. D., on Electric Power Installations in Engineering and Ironworks, 339
  • Selected American Patents, 40, 62, 84, 93, 106. 126, 146, 169, 192, 211, 236, 256, 278, 300, 321, 344, 364, 386, 410, 430, 468, 492, 514, 534, 556, 580
  • Self-adjusting Sand-pipe Nozzle for Locomotives, 378
  • Self-purification of Water in Rivers, A Factor in the, 219
  • Separators, Steam and Water, 548
  • Severn, The, 402
  • Severn and Wye Valley (Acquisition) Bill, 519
  • Sewage Disposal, Compulsory Acquisition of Lands from Sir John Ramsden for, 199
  • Sewage Disposal Works, Glasgow, 42—44
  • Sewage Farms, M. Pasteur on, 353
  • Sewage Influence in Air and Soil, Proposed Standard for, 177
  • Sewage for Isolated Dwellings, Disposal of, 467
  • Sewage Lift, Adams’ Automatic, 485, 501
  • Sewage Separator, 47, 71
  • Sewer Interceptor, 36
  • Sewer Inverts, The Erosion of, 327
  • Sewer, Long, at Los Angeles, Cal., 415
  • Sewerage, Rochester, 29
  • Sewerage of Staines, Shone System, 175
  • Sewerage, Torquay, 510
  • Sewers, Total Length of London, 519
  • Seymour’s Friction Clutch, 95
  • Seymour, Mr. W. F. E., Lubricants, their Use, Testing, and Analysis, 357
  • Shaft Bearing, Etchell’s, 499
  • Shale Oil Industry of France, Prof. Chesenau on, 152
  • Shalford, Mr. William, Indian Railway Enterprise and Concessions to Private Capitalists, 519
  • Shand, Mason, and Co., Fire Engine for East Stonehouse, 50
  • Shaping of the Earth, Professor Seeley’s Lectures on, 131
  • Shearing Machine, The Heaviest Machine Tool of its Class, 184
  • Sherley-Price, Mr. Sherley, Admitted Partner into the Firm of Wheatley Kirk, Price, and Goulty, 25
  • Sheffield Canal, The, 261
  • Sheffield, A Central Station for, 287
  • Sheffield Central Station and District Railway Bill, Withdrawal of the, 437, 479
  • Sheffield District, 18, 37, 59, 81, 103, 123, 167, 189, 209, 233, 253, 275, 297, 319, 341, 361. 383, 407, 427, 465, 489, 511, 531, 553, 577
  • Sheffield District, Called-up Share Capital and Present Market Value in the, 25
  • Sheffield Electric Light and Power Company, New Power Station, 245
  • Sheffield, Inspection of Site of Proposed New Central Station at, 327
  • Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation Company, Arrangements of, for the Purchase of Canals, 479
  • Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation Company’s Bill, 50
  • Sheffield Trade with America, 291
  • Shelter v. The City of London Electric Lighting Company, 360
  • Shelton Iron, Steel, and Coal Company and the Admiralty Contract, 50
  • Ship Canal, The Corinth, 304
  • Ship Canal, Manchester—See Manchester, andc.
  • Ship Canal from Wakefield to the Humber, Proposed, 393
  • Ship’s Position in a Harbour, Electric Indicator of, 184
  • Ship’s Telegraph, 270
  • Ship in the World, The Fastest, 558
  • Shipbuilding, American, 174
  • Shipbuilding, Clyde, 119, 183
  • Shipbuilding in 1894, French 122
  • Shipbuilding, German, 423
  • Shipbuilding at High Altitudes, 179, 230
  • Shipbuilding at High Altitudes, Steam, 241, 264, 295
  • Shipbuilding on the Longitudinal Flanged Girder System, 346, 347
  • Shipbuilding, The Movement in, 268
  • Shipbuilding 13,000ft. above Sea-level, 160
  • Shipbuilding Trade, The Clyde, 374
  • Shipbuilding on the Tyne, Expeditious, 401
  • Shipping, Our Merchant, 483
  • Shipping Returns from West Coast Ports, 543
  • Shipping Trade, The Australian, 47
  • Shoolbred, Mr. J. N., Bradford Corporation Electricity Supply, 575
  • Short Hours, The Engineering Trades and, 526
  • Short Roads to Knowledge, 545
  • Shunk, Mr.W. F., Report on the Intercontinental Railway by, 219
  • Siemens, Mr. Alexander, On Electrical Engineering, 47
  • Siemens Steel Production, 313
  • Siemens-Martin Steel Industry, and the Trade of Barrow, 50
  • Sifter, Richmond and Chandler’s, 564
  • Signal Alterations on the London and North- Western Railway, 153
  • Signal Lights on the Caledonian Linp, 153
  • Signal Transmission by Induction, Mr. J. Wimshurst, 527
  • Silica in Chalk, Mr. A. J. Jukes-Brown on the, 25
  • Silver Bronze Rod Packing, Forrest’s, 205
  • Silver-mounted Railway Truck, A, 119
  • Silver Production, The Cost of, 231
  • Silver Question in Relation to Eugineering Mr Thomas Daniels, 57
  • Simla Water Supply, The, 497
  • Simons and Co., Messrs., Dredger for the Danube, 82
  • Simons and Co., Messrs. Wm., Dredger for the Russian Government, 153
  • Simpson and Co., Messrs., Worthington Sewage Pumping Engines, 223
  • Situation in the Coalfield, The, 526
  • Sizing Middlings for Purification, 307
  • Slag Wool, Messrs. J. C. Broadbent and Co., 67
  • Sleepers, Terra Cotta, 415
  • Slip Dock at Glasgow, The Opening of a New, 144
  • Small Arms, United States Navy, 282
  • Smelting, Pyritio, 561
  • Smith, Mr. Thomas, Appoints Messrs. Barry and Higham as London Agents, 287
  • Smith, Mr. Wm., Testimonials to, on his Retirement, 437
  • Smith, The Rev. F. J., Torsional Ergometer, 379
  • Smoke-consuming Apparatus in Pans, Competition of, 479
  • Smoke Consumption, 47
  • Smoke Preventing Furnaces, Mr. G. R. Steward on, 174
  • Snelus, Mr. G. I., Walrand-Legenisel Method of Making Steel Castings, 369, 527
  • Snowstorms in New York, Costliness of, 287
  • SOCIETY OF ARTS
  • - Arrangements for the Season, and Papers to be Read, 7
  • SOCIETY, BATH AND WEST AND SOUTHERN COUNTIES :—
  • - Annual Exhibition at Guildford, 153
  • SOCIETY, THE BERLIN PHYSICAL :—
  • - Lilienthal’s Flying Experiments, Dr. A. Da Bois Raymond, 175
  • - Measurement of the Magnetic Properties of Iron, Dr. Roepsel, 353
  • SOCIETY, THE BRISTOL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ENGINEERING :—
  • - Engineering in Brazil, Senhor H. de A. Maia, 152
  • SOCIETY, THE CAMBRIDGE:—
  • - Condition of the Interior of the Earth, Rev. O. Fisher, 153
  • SOCIETY, CAMBRIDGE PHILOSOPHICAL :
  • Earth Movements, Extent of, and its Bearing on the Question of the Cause of Glacial Conditions, Professor Hughes, 245
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY, THE LONDON SECTION OF THE:—
  • - Commercial Electrolysis of Fused Salts, M. Claude Vautin, 392
  • - Testing of Hydraulic Cements, Messrs. Stanger and Blount, 397
  • SOCIETY, THE CHILI MINING :—
  • - Exhibition at the Quinta Normal, 50
  • SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, THE AMERICAN :—
  • - Location Surveys for Railways, Mr. M. L. Lynch, 57
  • SOCIETY, CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS’ :—
  • - Application of Water Power, Mr. J. F. Reade, 196
  • - Cement and Concrete Testing as Carried out for the Glasgow Corporation Waterworks, Mr. A. F. Bruce, 282
  • - Electric Lighting in Country Hauses, Mr. Sydney A. Court, 234
  • - Patents for Inventions, Mr. E. H. G. Brewster, 61
  • - Rosario Sewage Works, Mr. A. Fairlie Bruce, 135
  • - Smoke Preventing Furnaces, Mr. G. R Steward, 174
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :
  • - Deep Boring, A, Mr. R. Nelson Boyd, 429
  • - Election of Council and Officers for 1894, 19
  • - Gasholder Construction, Mr. E. Lloyd Pease, 286
  • - Pile Driving, Mr. Hy. O’Connor, 232
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, THE AMALGAMATED :—
  • - Annual Report by Mr. John Anderson, 338
  • SOCIETY OF GLASGOW, THE PHILOSOPHICAL:—
  • - Apprentice Question, The, Mr. John Inglis, 312
  • SOCIETY, THE GLASGOW UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING :—
  • - Practical Problems in Marine Engineering, Mr. John Weir, 148
  • - Relative Merits of Keel and Centre-board Yachts, Discussion on, opened by Prof. Biles, 55
  • SOCIETY, JUNIOR ENGINEERS’ :—
  • - Construction and Working of Electro Motors, Mr. A. H. Dykes, 135
  • - Engineering Experience at Sia, Mr. G. Lane and Mr. J. Hawthorn, 440
  • - Industries of Devon and Cornwall, Mr. Francis R. Taylor, 303
  • - Lubricants: their Use, Testing, and Analysis, Mr. W. F. E. Seymour, 357
  • - Ninth Anniversary Dinner of, 93
  • - Visit to the Battersea Polytechnic Institute,
  • - Visit to the London and South-Western Railway Works, 521
  • - Visit to the Tottenham and Forest Gate Railway Works, 232
  • - Visit to the Tower Bridge Works, 303
  • - Visit to Wembley Tower, 550
  • SOCIETY, KING’S COLLEGE ENGINEERING :—
  • - Machine Guns, Mr. Matthews, 439
  • - Manchester Ship Canal, Mr. A. W. Makovski, 142
  • SOCIETY, THE LIVERPOOL ENGINEERING :—
  • - Descriptive Account of a Visit to the Latest Locomotive Works, Mr. J. W, C. Haldane’s, 141
  • - Methods of Regulating Pressure in Electric Light Circuits, Mr. W. S. Boult, 316
  • - Notes on the Distribution of Water Supplies, Mr. Thos. Duncanson, 346
  • - Progress of the Science of Gas Combustion, Mr. C. R. Bellamy, 261
  • - Street Pavements, Mr. Jas. Morgan, 175
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering, List Volume of “Transactions” of the, 153
  • SOCIETY, THE MANCHESTER GEOLOGICAL :
  • - Coal Discovery at Dover, Professor Bovd- Dawkins, 115
  • - Salt Bearing Marls in the Isle of Man, Professor Boyd-Dawkins, 519
  • SOCIETY, THE MASON COLLEGE ENGINEERING-—
  • - Ironfounding, Mr. John Ashford, 498
  • - Pumping Machinery, Mr. E. C. R. Marks, 174
  • - Recent Development in Cycle Construction, Mr. C. R. Garrard, 368
  • - Testing of Materials, Mr. H. Fowler, 101
  • SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, THE AMERICAN:—
  • - Method of Carrying Steam a Long Distance, Mr. Eikley B. Coxe, 393
  • SOCIETY, THE METEOROLOGICAL:—
  • - Audibility of Big Ben, Mr. W. Marriott 467
  • - Climate of South California, Dr. C. T. Williams on the, 55
  • - Duration and Lateral Extent of Gusts of Wind and the Measurement of their Intensity Mr W. H. Dines, 261
  • - Earth Temperature at Cronkbourne, Isle of Man, 1880—1889, Mr. A. W. Moore, 467
  • - Exhibition of Instruments, 296, 315
  • - Phenomena of the Upper Air Mr. Richard Inwards, 353
  • SOCIETY, THE METEOROLOGICAL—(continued}-.
  • - Relation Between the Mean Quarterly Temperature and the Death Rate, Mr. W. H. Dines, 261
  • - Relative Frequency of Different Velocities of Wind, Mr. W. Ellis, 467
  • - Series of Lectures, 307
  • - Temperature, Rainfall, and Sunshine, Grand Canary, Dr. J. Cleasby Taylor, 175
  • SOCIETY, THE PHYSICAL:—
  • - Experiments on the Relations of Pressure Volume, and Temperature, of Rarefied Gases, by Mr. E. C. C. Bayley and Professor Ramsay, 568
  • - Magic Mirrors, Note on New Mode of Making, Mr. J. W. Kearton, 199
  • - Magnetic Field of a Current Running in a Cylindrical Coil, Professor Minchin, 3
  • - Mechanism of Electrical Conduction, C. V. Burton, 437
  • - Minimum Temperature of Visibility, Mr. P. L. Gray, 393
  • - Passage of Sodium Through a Palladium Septum and the Pressure it Produces, Professor W. Ramsay, 497
  • - Viscosity of Liquids, Mr. Owen Glynne Jones, 153
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL CORNWALL POLYTECHNIC :—
  • - Exhibition of Photo-mechanical Process Work, 539
  • SOCIETY, THE ROYAL DUBLIN :—
  • - Colouring Lantern Slides, Dr. J. A. Scott, 327
  • - Elementary Physics, D.-. J. Joly on the Teaching of, 153
  • - Equatorial Mounting for Monster Reflecting Telescopes, Sir Howard Grubb, 353
  • - Reduction of Manganese Peroxide in Sewage, Mr. W. E. Adeney, 307
  • SOCIETY, THE ROYAL EDINBURGH : —
  • - Compression of Fluids, Professor Tait, 131
  • - Dust Particles in the Air, Mr. John Aitken, 219
  • - Floor of the Ocean at Great Depths, Dr. John Murray, 219
  • - Torsional Oscillations of Wires, Dr. Peddie, 131
  • SOCIETY, THE STEAM ENGINE MAKERS’ :—
  • - Sixty-ninth Annual Report of, 139
  • SOCIETY, THE YORKSHIRE COLLEGE ENGINEERING :—
  • - Strength of Knuckle Joints, Mr. J. C. Cornock, 176
  • - Ventilation of Buildings, Professor E. H. Jacob, 125
  • - Wire Ropes, Mr. Herbert Cheesman, 414
  • Socket Pipes, Steel and Spigot and, 336
  • Sodium Dioxide and Aluminium Powder and Spontaneous Combustion, 497
  • Sodium Fluoride and Water Containing Lime or Magnesium Salts, 115
  • Sodium Silicate for Water Softening, 115
  • Solid and Liquid States of Matter, Professor Dewar, 402, 425, 435
  • Somerseales, Mr. F., on Watertight Bulkheads, 135
  • Somersetshire, Petroleum in, 225
  • Sound, Fireproof Buildings and, 230
  • Sound Production of the Lower Animals, 353
  • Southampton Docks and Harbour, 86, 89, 99, 413
  • Southampton, Harbours and Waterways, 89
  • Southampton Pier, Concert Pavilion on the, 519
  • South Eastern Railway Tank Engine, Mr. James Stirling (Supplement, January 19th, 1894), 46, 65, 66, 72
  • South Staffordshire Mines Drainage Commission, Engineering Operations of the, 374
  • South Wales Institute of Eigineers, Annual Meeting of, 374
  • “Southwark,” The Twin-screw Steamer, 90, 91
  • Southwark and Vauxhall Company’s Bill, The, 371
  • South Yorkshire Junction Railway, Completion of, 568
  • “Spanker,” Change in the Boilers of the, 573
  • Spanner, Box, 50
  • Specific and Latent Heats of Steam, 265, 294, 306, 370, 396, 419
  • Speed-Firing Tests for, at Sandy Hook, 568
  • Speed Log, Admiral Fleuriais’, Electric Ball Sub-stituted for the Telephone, 519
  • Speeds of Steam Vessels, Subdominant, 436
  • Speed Trials of the Chilian Cruiser “Blanco Encalada,” 517
  • Speed Trials of the “Umbria,” 518
  • “Speedy,” Launch of H.M.S., 162
  • Spelter in the United States, Production of, 131
  • Spencer’s Welded Iron and Steel Flange and Spigot and Socket Pipes, 336
  • Spezia-Parma Railway, Completion of the, 568
  • Spider’s Knowledge of Mechanics, Mr. R. Philip on the, 307
  • Spigot and Socket Pipes, Spencer’s Iron and Steel Flanges and, 336
  • Spindles, Paper, 93
  • Spring Coil Tube Brush, Raid’s, 305
  • Spring-gardens Engineering Works, Sale of 393
  • Square Drilling Machine Company, Box Spanners, 50
  • Staines Sewerage, 175
  • Stamford and Eisendine Railway Company and the Great Northern Railway Company, 50
  • Standard Key List in Millimetres, 281
  • Standard for Measuring Sewage Influence in Air and Soil, 177
  • Standard Sizes for Catalogues, Specifications andc., Committee on, 219
  • Standing Orders Committee and the London Tramways Company’s Bill, to extend the Streatham Cable Tramway, 307
  • Standing Orders Committee and the Petition against the London, Walthamstow, and Epping Forest Railway Bill, 307
  • Standing Orders of the House of Commons, Compliance with, 131
  • Standing Orders, Non-compliance and Compliance with, 67
  • Station, Great Eastern Railway, Enlargement of Liverpool-street Station, 419, 515, 516, 524
  • Statter and Co., Electric Cranes, 175
  • Statter and Co., Messrs J. G., Electric Lighting of the Ferris Wheel, 568
  • Stead, Mr., On the Preparation of Specimens of iron and Steel for Microscopic Examination, 390
  • Steam Crane, Twenty-Ton Locomotive, 337
  • Steam Digger, Cooper’s, 564
  • Steam to a Distance, Mr. E. B. Coxe on 393
  • Steam Economy in Rolling Mill Engines, 187
  • Stea, Engine Makers' Society, The Sixty-ninth Report of, 139
  • Steam Excavator, The Osgood Dredge Company 176, 180
  • Steam Generators? Instantaneous, 203
  • Steam Generators, Taylor’s Self-contained Gas- fired, 498
  • Steam at High Altitudes, 241, 264, 295
  • Steam, Latent Heats of, 542
  • Steam Lighters on the Newry Canal, 419
  • Steam Navigation, James Watt and, 260
  • Steam Pipes, Improved Main, 32
  • Steam Power in Switzerland, Electricity and, 22
  • Steam, Production of, from Sixty-eight Boilers, 201
  • Steam and Shipbuilding at High Altitudes, 241, 264, 295
  • Steam Shipping, Our Merchant, 183
  • Steam, Specific and Latent Heats of, 265, 294, 306, 370, 396, 419
  • Steam, Testing Portland Cement, andc., by High-pressure, 142, 230
  • Steam Traps, Turnbull’s, 521
  • Steam Vessels, Subdominant Speed of, 436
  • Steam and Water Separators, 548
  • Steam Yacht Building in 1893, 6
  • Steamer, The Cargo, “Turret Age,” 220, 221
  • Steamer for the Great Eastern Railway Company, 152
  • Steamer “La Marguerite,” New Passenger, 560
  • Steamer, River and Sea-going Passenger, “La Marguerite,” 315
  • Steamer “ Southwark,” The Twin-screw, 90, 91
  • Steamers, The Vibrations of, 258
  • Steaming of the “Columbia,” Tests of, 568
  • S.S. “Gothic,” The, 5
  • S.S. “Maori,” Engines of the, 113
  • Steamship Performance, 52
  • S.S. “Turret Age,” Engines and Boilers of the (Supplement, May 4th, 1894), 380, 389
  • Steamships “St. Louis” and “St. Paul,” for the American Line, 542
  • S.S. “Prussia,” The Twin-screw, 496
  • S S. “Torr Head,” The Twin-screw, 305
  • Steamship Trials, Comparative Results of Certain, 573
  • Steel American Oil Tank Car, 336
  • Steel, Analysis of, 390
  • Steel Armour at Texel, Competitive Trial of, 44, 46
  • Steel, Carbon, 390
  • Steel Castings, The Walrand-Legenisel Method of Making, 369, 527
  • Steel, Effect of Hardening, upon its Electrical Resistance, 74
  • Steel, Foreign Tests of, 371
  • Steel Furnaces, 203
  • Steel-making Process, The Adams-Blair, 3
  • Steel and its Manufacture, 179
  • Steel Manufacture, The Walrand-Legenisel Process of, 369, 527
  • Steel Moulder’s Composition ? 9
  • Steel Oil Barrels at Barrow, Making of, 261
  • Steel Pens, Utilisation by the Germans of Old, 402
  • Steel Pipes, Welded, for Bradford Corporation’s Water Scheme, 261
  • Steel Rails, Mr. J. E. Howard on, 153
  • Steel Rails in France in 1893, 261
  • Steel: Relations between its Chemical Constitution and Ultimate Strength, 390
  • Steel, Results Of Heat Treatmont on Manganoso, by Mr. R. A. Hadfield, 390
  • Steel Sailing Vessel, Launch of the First, in Now England, 175
  • Steel Spigot and Socket Pipe, Spencer’s, 336
  • Steel Tubes, Williams’ Wedge Seam Joint, 177
  • Steel Tubular Elephant Boiler, Say Sugar Refinery, Paris, 201
  • Steel Wire, Hardening and Tempering, 287
  • Steel Works, Power in, 187
  • Stevens, Mr. Marshall, on Bridges over the Manchester Ship Canal, 135
  • Stevenson, Mr. C. A., Electric Indicator of Ship’s Position in a Harbour, 184
  • Steward, Mr. G. R., Smoke Preventing Furnaces, 174
  • Stewart, D. R., on Mineral Oil Lamp Accidents, 157
  • Stewart, Prof. Chas., Sound Production of the Lower Animals, 353
  • Stewart, Prof. H., Instrument for Photomicrography, 379
  • Stirling, Mr. J., Tank Engine, South-Eastern Railway (Supplement, January 19th, 1894), 46, 65, 66, 72
  • Stirling, Mr. J., on the Victorian Coalfields, 25
  • Stockton Corporation Quay, The Crack in the, 25
  • Stockton, Corporation Quay, Reconstruction of the, 497
  • Stone Breaker, Elevator and Soreen, Marsden’s, 197
  • Stone equal in Beauty to Carrara Marble in Colombia, 245
  • Storage Reservoirs, 130
  • Straits’ Municipalities Decision as to Width of Tires, 478
  • Straker’s Lubricators, 394
  • Strategic Railway in China, Completion of New, 199
  • Street Pavements, Mr. James Morgan on, 175
  • Street Railway Companies, 543
  • Street Railway Track Construction, English, 287
  • Strength of Knuckle Joints, Mr. J. C. Cornock on the, 176
  • Stresses, Savage’s Method of Determining, 245
  • Strikes and Lockouts, 545
  • Strikes for Mischief, 401
  • Sturgeon and Davies’ New Cable Tramway System, 519
  • Subdominant Speeds of Steam Vessels, Note on the, 436
  • Subdominant Speeds of War Vessels, 178, 436
  • Subsidence on Caledonian Railways near Glasgow, 227
  • Subsidence on the Ground, and Comparative Merits of Stoneware and Cast Iron Pipes, 497
  • Suez Canal Traffic, 1893, 479
  • Sugar as a Food in the Production of Muscular Work, 93
  • Sulina Canal, Opening of the New Cutting, 393. 415, 437
  • Summerson, Mr. Robert, His Retirement, 67
  • Sun Flour Mills, Bromley, Elevators and Machinery, 476, 477, 478
  • Sundays, Tramway Fares not to be Doubled on. 479
  • Sunderland and Manchester, The Forty-eight Hours’ Week in, 289, 296
  • Sunderland Quay, The Cracks in the, 261
  • Sunderland Station, Proposed Alterations at, 374
  • Sunshine, Dr. Procacci on the Action of, on the Microbes in Drain Water, 261
  • Sunshine Recorded at Greenwich, 1893, Hours of, 568
  • Sunshine Recording Instruments and their Uses, 497
  • Superheater, Gehre’s, 121
  • Superheater, Trial of McPhail and Simpson’s, 121 140
  • SUPPLEMENTS:—
  • - Antwerp Hydro Electric Central Supply Station, M. F. Van Rysselberghe’s System, M. M. Carels, March 9th, 1894
  • - Compound Passenger Locomotives, Rhode Island Locomotive Works, January 5th, 1894
  • - Express Passenger Locomotive, Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, Mr. T. Parker, April 6 ch and 13th, 1894
  • - Four-coupled Bogie Tank Engine, London and South-Western Railway, Mr. W. Adams, June 15th and 29th, 1894
  • - Japanese Protected Cruiser “Yoshino,” The, Messrs. Sir W. G. Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., Messrs. Humphrys, Tennant, and Co., February 16th, 1894
  • - Passenger Tank Locomotive, South - Eastern Railway, Mr. Jas. Stirling, January 19th,
  • - Triple-expansion Engines of the Russian Battleships “Poltava” and “Tri Sviatitelia,” Messrs. Humphrys, Tennant and Co., January 19th, 1894
  • - Triple-expansion Engines of the “Turret Age,” Messrs. Doxford and Son, May 4th, 1894
  • Surface-condensing Engines—See Engines, Surfacecondensing
  • Surveyors in Ireland, 401
  • Sutcliffe and Son’s Wood-working Machinery, 263
  • Swan and Hunter, Messrs, C. S., Closed-in Berths for Shipbuilding, 338
  • Swansea Harbour Bill, The, 327
  • Swansea, Harbours and Waterways, 89
  • Swedish Government, Completion of their Scheme of Railway Construction, 497
  • Swedish Iron Trade, The, 335
  • Swiss Mountain Railroads, Cable Road up the Stanserhorn, 93
  • Switzerland, Electricity and Steam Power in, 22
  • Switzerland, Inclined Railways in, 53
  • Syer and Co., Messrs. J. T., Improved Carpenter’s Gauge, 347
  • Symmetrical Aplanatic Objective, M. Ch. V. Zenger on the, 219
  • Syphon, Long, at Nusseerabad, 67
  • Syston, Force of Wind at, 131
  • TAIT, Prof., Compression of Fluids, 131
  • Tandem Compound Engine, Test of a, 317
  • Tangential Water-wheels, Mr. John Richards on, 353
  • Tangye, Sir Richard, 484
  • Tank Engine, South-Eastern Railway, Mr. James Stirling (Supplement, January 19th, 1894), 46, 65, 66, 72
  • Tank Locomotives—See Locomotives, 77
  • Tanner, Mr. J. E., C.B., 3
  • Taper Crank Pin-hole Boring Machine, 98, 135
  • Taxation of Machinery, The, 526, 551
  • Taylor, Mr. Francis R., Industries of Devon and Cornwall, 303
  • Taylor, Dr. J. Cleasby, on the Temperature, Rainfall, and Sunshine at Las Palmas, 175
  • Taylor’s Self-contained Gas-fired Steam Generators, 498
  • Tea Curing Machinery, 32
  • Technical Education, Conference on, 561
  • Technical Education in Relation to the London Industries, 497
  • Technical Instruction, the Duke of Devonshire on, 353
  • Technical Literature and Style, 400
  • Tehuantepac Railway, The, 519
  • Telautograph, Prof. Elisha Gray, 527
  • Telegraph, Helm, for Warships, 270
  • Telegraphs in Quilimane, Mozambique, 29
  • Telephone in India, Discovery of a Working, 327
  • Telephotos, The Boughton, 46
  • Telescopes, Equatorial Mounting for Monster Reflecting, 353
  • Telescopes, The Mechanism of Great, 486
  • Telephone of Wire Owned by the Western Union Telegraph and the American Bell Telephone Companies, 219
  • Temperature, Effect of Altitude in, 50
  • Temperature, its Effects on Iron, 3
  • Temperature and Entropy, On, 411
  • Temperature of Ignition of Explosive Gaseous Mixtures, 80
  • Temperature, Mean, at Greenwich, 1893, 568
  • Temperature, Rainfall, and Sunshine at Las Palmas, Dr. J. Cleasby Taylor on, 175
  • Temperature, Relation between the Mean Q larterly and the Death Rate, 261
  • Temperature of Visibility, on the Minimum, 393
  • TENDERS:-
  • - Works of the Filtration Area for the Manchester Corporation at Davyhulme, Mr. Geo. Bell, 25
  • Tenders for Bridges and Railways in Egypt, 219
  • Tensile Tests of Wrought Iron Railway Axles and Foreign Tests of Steel, 36, 371
  • Terra-cotta Sleepers, Trial of, 415
  • Test of an Electrical Plant, 71, 99
  • Test of a Tandem Compound Engine, 317
  • Testing Department, Owens College Physical Laboratory, 58
  • Testing of Hydraulic Cements, Messrs. Stanger and Blount on the, 397
  • Testing Machine, Hydraulic, Phoenixville Ironworks, 98
  • Testing of Materials, Mr. H. Fowler on the, 101
  • Testing Portland Cement by High-pressure Steam, 142, 177, 230, 265
  • Testing of Projectiles against not Harveyised Armour-plates, 568
  • Tests of English and American Railroad Trains, 317
  • Tetrarsk Railway, Increase of Traffic on, 568
  • Texel, Competitive Trial of Steel Armour at, 44, 46, 97
  • Thackeray’s Audible Direction Indicator, 164
  • Thames Basin, Deficient Rainfall in the, 245
  • Thames Conservancy, Opposition to the Bill for the Re-construction and Extension of Powers of the, 245
  • Thames, Engineering Works on the, 162, 163, 283, 286, 535, 539
  • Thames, The, Harbours and Waterways, 89
  • Theft, In Defence of, 356, 400, 495
  • Theft, United States Press on, 400
  • Thefts of Drawings, 231
  • Theory of Gases, Kinematic, 542
  • Thermodynamic Puzzle, 334, 348
  • “Theseus” and “RDyal Arthur,” Engines of H.M.S., 246, 249
  • Thompson, Professor S., His Illustrations of Polyphase Electric Currents, 379
  • Thomson, Professor Sylvanus P., Revolution of Objects by Induction, 527
  • Thorncliffe Ironworks and Collieries, Centenary of, 3
  • Thorne, Dr., Tests the Process of Enriching Coal Gas by Oxy-oil Gas, 3
  • Thornycroft Water-tube Boiler, Circulation in the, 238
  • Thornycroft’s Water-tube Boilers, for the New German Battleship, 67
  • Thornycroft and Co., Messrs. J. L , Engineering Works, 162
  • Thwaites Brothers, Messrs., The Howatson Low- pressure Filter, 4
  • Tickets, New Kind of Passenger Railway, 199
  • Tidal Wave, A, What it did, 112
  • Tilbury, Launch of a Pontoon Pier for, 552
  • Tilbury, New Landing Stage for, 287, 552
  • Tilghman’s Patent Sand Blast Company, Mathewson’s Sand Blast Apparatus, 281
  • Tilting Gear, Ingot, 561
  • Timber from Insects, On the Preservation of, 199
  • Timber-preserving Process, Gardner’s, 519
  • Time Check, Bristol Electrical, 184
  • Tins? Profitable Disposal of, 519
  • Tipton District, Measuring Stations, South Mines Drainage Commissioners, 115
  • Tires, Record of Mileage made by Midvale, 67
  • Tires and Rims, Rubber, North British Rubber Company, Limited, v. Mackintosh and Company, Limited, 518
  • Tires for Water Carts, Wide Wheel, 393
  • Tires, Width of, The Straits’ Municipalities Decision as to, 478
  • Tittley Screw Press, 565
  • Tobacco Pipe Machinery ? 311
  • Tomlinson, Mr. Joseph, 378, 402
  • Tonquin, Coal in, 219
  • Torpedo Boats for the Brazilian Government, 93
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer, the “Hornet,” Trial of 115
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer, A New, 104
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer, “Hasty,” Launch of, 543
  • Torpedo Boat “Hazard,” Completion of, 543
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers for Foreign Navies, 112
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer for the Russian Government, 519
  • Torpedo Boat “ Ericsson,” Launch of, 519
  • Torpedo Boats for the Norwegian Navy, 568
  • Torpedo Boat, No. 93, Design of, 58
  • Torpedo Boats, Trial of French, 543
  • Torpedo Boats in the United States Navy, 54
  • Torpedo Catchers, Boilers for, 225
  • Torquay Sewerage, 510
  • Torquay, Mr. A. Chandler on the Climate of, 50
  • “Torr Head,” Twin-screw s.s., 305
  • Torsional Oscillations of Wires, Dr. W. Peddie, 131
  • Tottenham and Forest Gate Railway Company, Bill for Increased Capital, 3
  • Tow, The Largest, on the Mississippi, 353
  • Tower Bridge, The, 218
  • Tower Bridge, Bye-laws for Regulating Opening and Shutting, and Traffic over, 393
  • Tower Bridge, Opening of the, 314, 497
  • Tower Bridge Traffic, Regulation of, 479
  • Tower, Wembley Park, 390
  • Town Refuse, Disposal of, 310
  • Town Refuse, Electricity and, 268, 295, 310, 331
  • Track-laying, Rapid, 497
  • Traction Engines, Mr. G. W. Hawksley’s Plea for, 497
  • Traction Engine in New Zealand, The, 317
  • Traction Engine, A Plea for the, 482
  • Traction on Highways, 232
  • Trade, British, 74
  • Trade and the Flag Brought together in a Strange Way, 415
  • Trade Marks in Greece, 100
  • Trade Returns in France, April, 415
  • Trade, Revival in, 227
  • Trade Views, Hopeful, 52
  • Trades Unionism, Mr. Hugh Glen, 405
  • Train Accidents in the United States in December, 131
  • Train Ferries in Europe, 303
  • Train Mileage on the Midland and North-Western Railway, 131
  • Train Resistance, English and American, 333, 379
  • Training of Rivers, Mr. L. F. Vernon-Harcourt on the, 359
  • Tramcar Gas Motor, 548
  • Tramcars, New Two-horse Forty-seat, Glasgow Corporation Tramways, 239, 242
  • Tramways Bill, West London, 153
  • Tramways in Budapest and Electricity, 25
  • Tramways in Buenos, 307
  • Tramway Car Motors, Latest Street, in the United States, 353
  • Tramway, Croydon and Thornton Heath
  • Tramways in Dublin and Electricity, 25
  • Tramways, Electric, 204
  • Tramways, Electric Railways and, 362
  • Tramways, Electric Street, 575
  • Tramways, Electric Traction on, 252
  • Tramway Engine, Failure of a Fire-box Stay in Boiler of a, 67
  • Tramway, Extension of the Streatham Cable, 307
  • Tramways, Four New Cable, London Tramways Co., 3
  • Tramways, Glasgow Corporation, Tramcars, 239, 242, 243
  • Tramway, Steam, in Greece, 543
  • Tramways in Havana and Suburbs, 543
  • Tramways in Mass., Street, 199
  • Tramway Motor Company, The, 353
  • Tramways Opened in 1892-3 in the United Kingdom, 67
  • Tramways in Paris, Compressed Air on, 261
  • Tramway, Paris Underground, 462
  • Tramway, Projected Cable, in Paris, 261
  • Tramways, Sunday Fares, 479
  • Tramway System, New Cable, 519
  • Tramway, Wire, Pinerolo, 68, 69
  • “Transactions” of the Liverpool Engineering Society, Last Volume, 153
  • Transatlantic Rivalry, 523
  • Transcaspian Railway, Interest Paid by the, 353
  • Transformer Stations in London, 519
  • Transmission Dynamometer, 393
  • Transmitter, Wheatstone Automatic, 527
  • Transporting Buildings, 77
  • Traps, Turnbull’s Steam, 521
  • Travelling in its Relation to Tramways, 307
  • Trebizond, Railways for, 335
  • Tredegar, Lord, at the Royal Metal Trades Pension Society, 131
  • Trent Bridges on the Midland Railway, 27, 28, 30, 99
  • Trent Navigation, 223, 402
  • Trent, New Bridge at, 27, 28, 30, 99
  • Trewhella and Co., Permanent Way for the Circum-Etna Railway, 568
  • Tricycle, Mr. Geo. Pinkert’s Land and Water, 497
  • Triple Alloys, Freezing Points of, 50
  • Triple-expansion Engines at Reduced Powers, Experiments with, 230
  • Triple-expansion Engines of the Turret Age (Supplement, May 4th, 1894), 380
  • Triple-expansion Engines—See also Engines
  • Trolley System of Canal Boat Hauling on the Erie Canal, 67
  • Trucks for Coal Traffic, Differences respecting, 519
  • Tube Brush, Spring Coil, 305
  • Tube, The Row Heating, 281
  • Tubes under Pressure, Behaviour of Circular, 360
  • Tubes, Wedge Seam Joint Steel, 177
  • Tubulous Boilers, 156
  • Tunnard and Keay’s Electric Automatic Fire Alarm, 242
  • Tunnels on the Dore and Chinley Railway, Mr. Percy Rickard, 79
  • Tunnel under the East River, 281
  • Tunnel, Jeddo, 93
  • Tunnel, The Khojah, 202
  • Tunnel in Massachusetts, Length of the Hoosac, 25
  • Tunnel, Redhill, 27
  • Tunnel under the River Medina, Proposed, 93
  • Tunnel under the Seine, 231
  • Tunnel at Stobcross, The Bellmouth, 353
  • Turnbull’s Steam Traps, 521
  • “Turret Age,” Boilers of the s.s., 389
  • “Turret Age,” The Cargo Steamer, 220, 221
  • “Turret Age,” Engines of the s.s. (Supplement, May 4th, 1894), 380
  • Turret Electric Mountings, The Canet, 112
  • Tutton, Mr. A. E , Temperature of Ignition of Explosive Gaseous Mixtures, 80
  • Tweddell, Mr. R. H., Forging by Hydraulic Pressure, 161
  • Twenty-four Hours’ Stand at the Cleveland Blast Furnaces, 579
  • Twin-screw s.s. “Prussia,” The, 496
  • Twin-screw Steamer “ Southwark,” 90, 91
  • Twin-screw s.s. “Torr Head,” 305
  • Tyler, Hayward, and Co., Messrs., Geared High- lift Pumps, 205
  • Tyne, Expeditious Shipbuilding on the, 401
  • Typewriting Carbon Papers, Messrs. R. Wedgwood and Sons, 393
  • Typhoid Fever in Dublin, 97
  • UGANDA, Mr. Chamberlain on the Railway to, 93
  • Ulna, Floating Dock for, 474
  • Ulster, s.s. Company, Twin-screw s.s. “Torr Head,” 305
  • “Umbria,” Speed Trials of the Italian Warship, 518
  • Underground Hauling Engines, Compound, 177
  • Underground Railway in Paris, 334
  • Union of Employers and Employed, Industrial, 271
  • Unit of Electricity, Board of Trade, 500, 523, 551
  • U.S , Armour-plate Scandal, The, 503
  • U.S., Bridge Disaster in the, 29
  • U.S. Coast Defence Ram “ Katahdin,” The, 288, 293
  • U.S. Cruiser “Columbia,” 70
  • U.S. Cruiser “Columbia,” Tests of Steaming of the, 568
  • U.S., Increased Canal Traffic in the, 47
  • U.S., Iron and Steel Trades in the, 25
  • U.S., Mineral Production of the, 543
  • U.S. Navy, Machinery of the, 51
  • U.S. Navy Small-arms, 282
  • U.S. Navy 13in. 60-Ton Breech-loading Rifle Guns Tested at Indian Head, 287
  • U.S. Navy, Torpedo Boats in the, 54
  • U.S. Patent-office, The, 291
  • United States Patent-office Rules, Some Changes in the, 327
  • U.S. Press on Theft, The, 400
  • U.S., Price of Gas in the, 199
  • U.S., Production of Lead in the, 115
  • U.S , Public Works in the, 438
  • U.S. Railway, Construction in the, 115
  • U.S., Rainfall in the, 543
  • U.S., Street Railways in the, 115
  • Upwey Junction Accident and Long-working Hours, 245
  • Utilisation of the Nile, with Map and Errata, 172, 173, 196, 203, 291
  • Utilisation of Town Refuse at Halifax, 141
  • Uxbridge to Rick mans worth, Bill for Railway from, 3, 25
  • VALLEY of Mexico, Drainage Tunnel Borings, 415
  • Value of the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, 436
  • Value of a Railway, Estimating the, 440
  • Valve, Ashton Pop Safety, 548
  • Valve Gear, Fluid Pressure Reversing, Mr. D. Joy, 279
  • Valve Gear of an Air Compressor, West’s Gas Improvement Co., 424, 425
  • Valve Gear, Joy’s, 279, 310, 331, 418, 419, 501
  • Valve Gear, New French, 187
  • Valves, Pump, 78, 102
  • Van Rysselberghe’s System, M. M. Carels, The Antwerp Hydro - electric Central Supply Station (Supplement, March 9th, 1894), 200, 205
  • Vapour Tension, Variations of, 327
  • Varley Testimonial, The, 198
  • Vautin, Mr. Claude, On the Commercial Electrolysis of Fused Salts, 392
  • Vautin, Mr. Claude, Metal Specimens, 527
  • Vazarhelyi, M. Pau), Portrait, 472
  • Velocipede Run, Mr. R. H. Carlisle’s, 415
  • Ventilation of Buildings, Professor Ernest H. Jacob, 125
  • Ventilation, Mine, 426
  • Ventilation of Public Buildings, 156, 241
  • Vera Cruz to Jalapa, Removal of the Mule Train Line, 519
  • Vernon-Harcourt, Mr. L, F., The Training of Rivers, 359
  • Victoria, Employment of Women at Railway Stations, 115
  • Victoria Steamboat Association’s Steamer “La Marguerite,” 315
  • Victorian Coalfields, Mr. J. Stirling on, 25 “Victorious,” Internal Arrangements and Armament of the, 543
  • Villard, M. P., Physical Properties of Pure Nitrous Oxide, 479
  • Villeboeuf Colliery, Prosperous State of the, 568
  • Viscosity, Determination of, 199
  • Viscosity of Liquids, Mr. O. J. Jones on the, 153
  • Visibility, on the Minimum Temperature of, 393
  • Volunteer Fleet, A., 523, 542, 574
  • Vulcan Foundry Company, Messrs., Narrow Gauge Tank Engines for Indian State Railways, 568
  • Vibrations of Steamers, 258
  • WAGONS Acquired and Hired out by the Midland, 245
  • Wakefield to the Humber, Proposed Ship Canal from, 393
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 19, 38, 60, 82, 104, 124, 144, 168, 190, 210, 233, 254, 276, 298, 320, 342, 362, 384, 408, 428, 466, 490, 512, 532, 554, 578
  • Walker, Mr. A. T., on Extensions of Reading Waterworks and the Use of Polarite therein, 340
  • Walker, Mr. Wm. Eden, Elected Vice-president of the Cleveland Ironmasters’ Association, 25
  • Wall of a Warehouse at Reading, Removing the Front, 558
  • Wall’s Patent Glass Gauge Protector, 64
  • Wallaert Frferes Mill, Lille, Trials of a Crossley Gas Engine at, 507
  • Walloth Railway, on Inclined Railways in Switzerland, 53
  • Walmsley, Mr. A. T., His Appointment, 153
  • Walrand-LegSnisel Method of Making Steel Castings, The, 369, 527
  • Walter, Miss Edna, and Mr. H. B. Bourte, Goniometer, 527
  • Waltham Abbey, Explosion at, 421
  • Walter’s Link Belting, 76
  • Wansbrougb, Mr. W. D., History and Development of the Portable Engine, 124
  • War Material, 13
  • War Vessels, Auxiliary, 179
  • War Vessels, Japanese, 505
  • War Vessels, Note on Subdominant Speeds of, 178
  • Warming Railway Carriages, 34, 71
  • Warships and Critics, 481
  • Warships, Electrical Signals for, 270
  • Warships, the Rolling of, 156
  • Warship Tonnage Launched by the Naval Powers in 1893, 199
  • Warwick Station Destroyed by Fire, 437
  • Washington-Lyon Steam Disinfector, Infringement of Patent for, 93
  • Water ? Analysis of, 503
  • Water Analysis, 525
  • Water, London, 175
  • Water Main Bridges ? 545
  • Water per Head Supplied by the London Companies, Mean Consumption of, 479
  • Water Poured into Sodium, Cause of Explosion which Occurs, 479
  • Water Power, Application of, 196
  • Water Pump, Pohle’s Air Bubble, 358
  • Water in Rivers, Self-purification of, 219
  • Water-saving Lift, Waygood’s, 416, 420
  • Water Schemes, London, 226
  • Water Softening, Sodium Silicate for, 115
  • Water, Specific Heat of, M.M. Bartoli and Stracciati, 50
  • Water Supplies, Mr. Thos. Duncanson on the Distribution of, 346
  • Water Supply, 16
  • Water Supply, London, 198, 244, 265, 479
  • Water Supply of London, Royal Commission on, 244
  • Water Supply, Metropolitan, 265
  • Water Supply of Neath, 570
  • Water Supply System of Nusseerabad, Long Syphon Added, 67
  • Water Tank, Automatic, 543
  • Water-tight Draining and the Disposal of Sewage from Isolated Dwellings, 467
  • Water-tight Subdivision and the Pumping Arrangements of the First-class Cruisers Recently Completed, Mr. F. Somerscales on, 135
  • Water-tube Boilers, 22, 41, 63. 86, 87, 107, 127, 132, 133, 179, 241, 264, 293, 294, 310, 331, 522, 525, 547
  • Water-tube Boilers, Circulation in, 182
  • Water-tube Boilers, Locomotive, 525
  • Water-tube Marine Boilers, 67, 132, 133, 249, 250, 251
  • Water-tube Boilers in the Navy, 547
  • Water-tube Boiler, Mr. Thornycroft on Circulation in his, 238
  • Water-tube Boilers, Messrs. Thornycroft’s, for the New German Battleship, 67
  • Water-tube Boiler, Messrs. Yarrow, 538
  • Waterlow and Sons, Messrs., Photo-mechanical Printing in Colours, 129
  • Waterproof Cloth, India-rubber, 175
  • Waterways and Harbours (see Harbours and Waterways)
  • Waterways, Inland, Mr. W. H. Wheeler, 387
  • Waterworks at Arrab, Behar, New, 479
  • Watkin, Bart., M.P., Sir Edward, His Resignation, 475
  • Watson, Laidlaw, and Co., Messrs., The Cowper- Coles Cold Galvanising Process, 151
  • Watt, James, and Steam Navigation, 260
  • Waugh, Mr. John, Test of a Tandem Compound Engine, 317
  • Waygood’s Automatic Water-saving Lift and Hoist, 416, 420
  • Waynforth, Mr. H. M , Oil and Petroleum Engines, 393
  • Wear, The, 402
  • Weather Report at the St. Enoch Station, Glasgow, 497
  • Webb, Mr. Henry, Steel and its Manufacture, 179
  • Weber, Mr. C. O., on India-rubber Waterproof Cloth, 175
  • Webster,. Mr. W. R, Relations between the Chemical Constitution and Ultimate Strength of Steel, 390
  • Wedgwood and Sons, Messrs. R, Typewriting Carbon Papers, 393
  • Weir, Mr. John, Practical Problems in Marine Engineering, 149
  • Welded Iron and Steel Flanges, and Spigot and Socket Pipes, Spencer’s, 386
  • Welded Steel Pipes for the Bradford Corporation’s Water Scheme, 261
  • Well at Bourn, Remarkable Overflowing, 23, 24
  • Wembley Tower, The, 390, 550
  • West Highland Railway, Work on the Stations of the, 219
  • West Metropolitan Tramways Company, bale of, 519
  • West Middlesex Waterworks Company Bill, The, 3
  • West’s Gas Improvement Company, Air Compressor, 424, 425
  • Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company and their Long-distance Power Transmission Business, 497
  • Westminster Clock to Greenwich Observatory, The, Automatic Signals from the, 519
  • Weyman and Hitchcock, Messrs., Portable Oil Engine, 541
  • Wheatstone Automatic Transmitter, A, 527
  • Wheel Cap Wrench, Fetch’s, 475
  • Wheel Catting Machines, Messrs. G. Birch and Co., 374
  • Wheel at Earl’s Court, The Gigantic, 324, 379
  • Wheel, Hett’s Pelton, 358
  • Wheels and Road Coatings, Model, 575
  • Wheel Tires for Water Carts, Wide, 393
  • Wheeler, Mr. W. H., on Mr. E. R. Johnson’s Paper on Inland Waterways : Their Relation to Transportation, 387
  • White, Mr. W. H.. The Making of a Modern Fleet, 222
  • White, Mr. W. H., on Qualities and Performances of Recent First-class Battleships, 213
  • White, Mr. Thos. Wylie, Silver Mounted Railway Truck, 119
  • Whitebait at Woolwich, The, 378
  • White Lead, Genuine, Used for the Old Hammersmith Bridge, 25
  • White Star Line, s.s. “ Gothic,” 5
  • White Star Steamer “ Cevic,” Cargo of the, 131
  • Wilde, Mr. Henry, on the Permanent Magnetism of the Earth, 379
  • Wilkinson, Mr. H. D., Marriage of, 168
  • Wilkins, Mr. J., on Naval Architecture, 223
  • Willans Memorial Fund, 295
  • Willans and Robinson, Ld., Messrs., 222
  • Williams, Dr. C. T., on the Climate of South California, 55
  • Williams, Mr. Edward, 547
  • Williams and Co., Messrs. Alfred, Direct-acting Windmill Pumps, 307
  • Williams and Co., Messrs. F., Wedge Seam Jo’nt Steel Tubes, 177
  • Willing’s British and Irish Press Guide, 287
  • Wills, Mr. J. C., Fire Engine Presented by, to East Stonehouse, 50
  • Wilson and Co., Messrs. J. H., Locomotive Crane, Manchester Ship Canal, 463
  • Wilson and Son, Messrs. John, Purchase of Two Businesses, 3
  • Wimshurst, Mr. J., Signal Transmission by Induction, 527
  • Wimshurst, Holliek, and Co., Messrs., Electric Travelling and Jib Cranes, 377, 397
  • Winby Locomotive, “James Tolman,” The, 25
  • Windmills for Working Pumps, Use of, 307
  • Wind Motor, Rollason’s, 337
  • Wind at Syston, Force of, 131
  • Winogradsky, M., on the Phenomenon of the Fixation of Atmospheric Nitrogen by Microbes derived from Soil, 374
  • Winter, Mr. John Bradbury, Miniature Gravity Railway, 185
  • Winterthur Company, New Locomotives, 67
  • Wire Rope Breaking Strains, 360
  • Wire Ropes, Mr. Herbert Cheesman on, 414
  • Wire Ropes in the United States, Mr. J. A. Roebling, 93
  • Wire Ropeway at Pinerolo, 68, 69
  • Wise and Others v. Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, 381
  • Withernsea Lighthouse, The First Use of the, 115
  • Witz, M. Aime, Report on Trials of a Crossley Gas Engine, 507
  • Wolff and Son, Messrs. E, Maginnis’ Pencil Beam Compass, 208
  • Women Employed in Victoria as Stationmasters, 115
  • Wood Fly-wheels, 265
  • Wood Match-making Machinery ? 137
  • Wood Mitre-cutting and Paring Machine, 76
  • Wood Paving in Paris, 307
  • Woodfield Gas Engine, The, 358
  • Woodham Ferris, Scarlet Fever at, 67
  • Wood-working Machinery at the Building Exhibition, 263
  • Worcester and Birmingham Canal Diagram, 471
  • Wordsworth, Mr. T. H., on Coal-getting by Machinery, 152
  • Working Hours and the Accident at Upwey Junction, 245
  • Workmen and Admiralty Contracts, 249
  • Worth, Mr., Economy of Steam in Rolling Mill Engines, 187
  • Worthing, Health of, 327
  • Worthing, Hermite Electric Treatment of Sewage at, 316
  • Worthington Sewage Pumping Engines, 223
  • Wrench, Wheel Cap, 475
  • Wrought Iron Railway Axles, Tensile Tests of, 36
  • Wiirtemberg State Railways, New Passenger Tickets, 199
  • Wurtz, Henry, The Absolute Zero, 75
  • YACHTS, Aluminium, 32
  • Yacht Building in 1893, Steam, 6
  • Yachts, Discussion on the Relative Merits of Keel and Centre-board, 55
  • Yacht Exhibition at the Royal Aquarium, 115
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Engineering Works, 535-539
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Engines of the “Antelope,” 67
  • Yarrow and Co., H.M.S. ‘'Hornet,” 115, 249, 394, 516
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Launch of the “Hasty,” 543
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Torpedo-boat Destroyer for the Russian Government, 519
  • Yarrow and Co., Theft of the Drawings of the “Havock,” 231, 291, 356
  • Yarrow, Messrs., Water-tube Boiler, 538
  • Yorke, Major, on the Collision at Bellisfield Station, 327
  • Yorkshire Coalfield, Professor Lupton on the West, 152
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