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  • ABBOTT Tobe Expander, The, 77
  • Aber&man, Coal Washing Plant at Powell Duffryn Company's. Elliot Pita, 370, 371
  • Abstracts of Consular and Diplomatic Reports—Italy, British Engineering Firms at Naples, 110
  • Abt System, Railways Using tho, 201
  • Accidents, Board of Trade Inspectors and Rail¬way, 453
  • Accidonts on the Cicero and Proviso Electric Railway, Chicago, 155
  • Accidents on Electric Railways in Brooklyn and New York, 245
  • Accident, Lift, at Lloyd's, 203
  • Accidents, Railways, American, 355, 387
  • Accident, Railway, The Chelford, 10, 12
  • Accidents, Railway, in 1894, 423, 469
  • Accident, Railway, India, 201
  • Accident, Railway, between Marlborough and Swindon, 311
  • Accident, Railway, in Mexico, Terrible Derail¬ment, 245
  • Accident, Railway, on the Midland, 245
  • Accident, Railway, in Ohio, 401
  • Accident, Railway, at Sand own Junction, 245
  • Accident, Railway, near Southam, 423
  • Accidents, Railway, in the United States in November, 76
  • Accident, Railway, Waterford and Central Ireland, 441
  • Accidents to Rood Traffic in London, Data Con¬cerning, 507
  • Accidents and Suicides on the Railways of the United Kingdom, 423
  • Accident, Welland Canal, United States Lock, 486
  • "Accuracies and Errors,” Mr. A. P. Trotter's Lecture on, 113
  • Acetylene Gas, Proposed Compression of, into Liquid, 245
  • Acetylene as an Illuminant, 57, 84
  • Achill Extension Railway, Transfor of the, 473
  • Ackermann, Mr. A. W., Caissons r. Dock Gates, 33
  • Acland Hillside Gutter Plough, The, 442
  • “ Aco," Oil-carrying Steamer, 261, 265, 268, 328
  • Acts, The Merchandise Marks, 292
  • Acworth, Mr. W. M., on Light Railways, 158,159
  • Adams, Mr. W., Express Passenger Engine, London and South-Western Railway (Supple¬ment, March '22nd, 1895), 244, 319
  • Adams, of New York State, Engineer, Recom¬mends Electric Power for Canal Boats, 11
  • Admiralty Distribution of Naval Engineers in the Floot (Supplement, March 8th, 1895), 200 Africa, Light Draught Steamboats for, 379
  • Africa, Proposed Railway through German East, 532
  • Africa, Railways in, 154
  • Africa, West, Railways in, 547
  • Agricultural Implements in the Argentine Republic, 360
  • Agricultural Implements in Russia, 209
  • Agricultural Machines in South Russia, 134
  • Agricultural Society of Vienna, The, 117
  • Air by Flames and Respiration, Dr. F. Clowes on the Change of Composition Produced in, 476 Air Valve for Exposed Pipes, Automatic, 31
  • Aire and Calder Navigation Bill, 355
  • Albion Colliery Explosion, The Home Office
  • Report on the, 270
  • Alejjpo, Surveys at, in Connection with the New Alexander, Professor Peter, 239 Allen, Mr. W. D., Improved Furnace, 355
  • Alloys for Bicycles in Use in America, 135
  • Alloy, Melloid, A New, 376
  • Alloys, Rarer Metals and their, 238
  • Alloys Research Committee, The Third Report to the, 374
  • Alloys, The Study of, Mr. W. G. MacMillan on, 323
  • Alpine Railway—An Austrian Righi, 91, 99
  • Alpine Tunnel, Gunnison, Colo., Opened to Traffic, 497
  • Alternating Current Motors, On the Practical Application of, 232 Aluminium ? 225
  • Aluminium in the Iron Industry, Extensive Use of, 29
  • Aluminium, Refining Metal by Means of, 387
  • Aluminium Torpedo Boats for the French Govern¬ment, 305, 316, 317, 418 Aluminium Tubes >. 99
  • Aluminium Works at the Falls of Foyers, Pro¬jected, 338
  • Am Ende, Max, On the Calculation of Frame¬works with Superfluous Parts, 89, 131
  • American Cup, The, 241
  • America, Production of Wire Rods in, 532
  • America, Railroading in, 215
  • America, Records of Wire Rod Mills in, 62
  • American Breweries, 209
  • American Climate, Changeable Character of the. 423
  • American Engineering News, 40, 126, 146, 168, 210, 232, 254, 274, 298, 388. 454, 476
  • American Locomotives more Destructive to Per¬manent Way than English, 556
  • American Naval Comments on the Battle of the Yaloo River, 159
  • American Notes, 43, 86, 107, 129,149, 171, 192, 213, 234, 257, 301, 345, 367, 391,413, 435, 457, 479, 501, 520, 543, 567
  • American Pumpe, 75
  • American Railway for 1894, Annual Report of an, 228
  • American Tin-Plate Mills, The Wage Difficulty,
  • Arne ican Tin-riit) Works and Brands of Tin and Terne Platos, April, 1894, 460
  • Ammunition, Hebler's New Bullet, 62
  • Amoretti, M. P., Steam Tramways in Italy, 253, 297
  • Amphitrite, The Coast Defence Monitor, 507 ,
  • “ Anbud par Skinner," Tenders for Rails Marked, 11
  • Anchor, The Reliance Stockless, 406
  • Anchor, Tho Simplex Stockless, 316
  • Anchor and Steering Gear, s.s. “ Port Salisbury,” 482, 483
  • Anderson and Son, Messrs. D., "Wire-Webbed Silicate,” 532
  • Andrews, Mr. Thomas, On the Life of Railway Axles, 151
  • Annealing and Hardening Steel Wire, Mr. C. W. Bildt’s Process for, 423
  • Annual Dinner of the Old Students of tho Royal School of Mines, 106
  • Anthracite in the U.S., 219
  • Anzin, Furnace for Producing Steel of Extra Welding Quality, 76
  • Apple Mills and Cyder Presses, 493
  • Approximation to Earthwork Quantities, Rapid Method of, 443
  • Aquidaban, Projected Alterations to the, 76
  • Arc Lamp, Prof. S. P. Thompson on the, 76
  • Arc Lamps in the City of London, 201
  • Argand Burner, Proper Height of Flame of a 16-Candle, 76
  • Argentine Railways in 1894, Value of, 219
  • Argentine Republic, Agricultural Implements in the, 360
  • Argentine Republic, Condition and Prospects of the, 430
  • Argon, 109, 245, 272, 311, 329, 355, 384, 441, 515
  • Argon, M. Berthelot on, 245, 272, 311
  • Argon, on Mode of Obtaining, Prof. Guntz’s, 311
  • Argon in Atmospheric Nitrogen, M. Guntz's Experiment Demonstrating Presence of, 355
  • Argon Compound, M. H. Moissan's Attempts to Produce, 441
  • Argon, Compounds of, Prof. Ramsay on the, 329
  • Argon and Helium, Spectra of, 515
  • Argon, The Spectrum of, 384
  • Arizona, Tin Mine Discovered in, 423
  • Armanni's Belt Shifter, 508
  • Armour-clads for Sweden, 115
  • Armour, Face-hardened, 538
  • Armour Plate at Bethlehem, Pa., Successful Test of 12in. 453
  • Armour Plate Production, Increased, 404
  • Armour Plate Tests, U.S., 472
  • Armour Plate Trials at Indian Head, 473
  • Armour Trial, Harveyed, 226
  • Armour Plate, from the U.S. for a Foreign Government, First Shipment of, 507
  • Armstrong, Lord, his Exhibit at the Royal Society Conversazione, 515
  • Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., Messrs. W. G., British and Colonial s.s. Company’s New Cargo Steamers, 465, 466, 467
  • Armstrong Mountings for the New 12in. Wire Guns, Trial of, 423
  • Arsenic on Steel, Effect of, 416
  • Asbestos, Blue, South African Exhibition, 498
  • Asbestos Clothing for Firemen, 285
  • Aschkinass, Dr., Influence of Electric Waves on the Galvanic Resistance of Metallic Con¬ductors, 97
  • Ashworth, Mr. A. A., Evaporative Tests of Boilers, 326
  • Aspinall, Mr. John Audley Frederick, 360
  • Aspinall, Mr. J. A. F., Express Locomotives, 504,
  • 536, 537, 561, 564
  • Assam-Bengal Railway, Opening of, 263
  • Assam Publio Works, 83
  • Association, The Cleveland Ironmasters' Election of President and Vice-President, 29 Association op Engineers, The Lbeds : —
  • Corliss Valve Gears, Mr. Alfred Towler, 230
  • Discussion on the Metric System, 31
  • Executive, Names of the, 354
  • Testing Machine, Messrs. Joshua Buckton and Co., 100-Ton, 430
  • Association of Engineers, The Manchester Anniversary Dinner, The Thirty-ninth, 144 Presidential Address by Sir E. Leader Williams,
  • on the Suez and Manchester Ship Canals, 123
  • Association op Foremen Engineers and Draughtsmen, The London Annual Meeting and Report, 66 Boiler Materials and their Results in Construc¬tion and Working, Mr. A. K. Douglas, 341 Forty-second Annual Dinner, 378
  • Improved Method of Fixing Condenser Tubes, Debate on, 227
  • Association, The Geologists’ :—
  • Australian Engineering Notes, 518
  • Necessity of Competent Geological Surveys of Gold Mines, Mr. Nichol Brown, 515
  • Programme of Excursions for 1895, 176
  • Association of Mechanical Engineers, The Birmingham Annual Dinner, 139
  • Visit to the Works of the Birmingham Electric Supply Co., 241
  • Association of Municipal and County Engineers, The Incorporated :
  • Colne Valley Waterworks, Bushey Pumping
  • Station, Mr. E. Brough Taylor, 125
  • Nineteenth Voluntary Pass Examination, Report of, 304
  • Association of Portland Cement Manufacturers, Proposed, 33
  • Association, The South Staffordshire Coal- owners’ :
  • Meeting to Consider the Question of Gauging Boats as the Selling Weight of Coal, 29
  • Astronomer - Royal, His Report on the Lowest Temperature recorded during the Winter 1895, 556
  • Astronomy, Spectroscopic, 468
  • Athens, Permanent Industrial Exhibition, 355
  • Atkinson, Professor W. N., on Safety in Mining
  • Atlas Works, Glasgow, Machino Tool Making at the, 166, 157
  • Attorney - General r. St James’ and Pall Mall Electric Lighting Co., 223
  • Australia, Standard Zone Time adopted in, 113
  • Australian Engineering News, 432
  • Austria, Financial Status of Imperial Railways in, 201
  • Austria - Hungarian Man-of-War, “ Monarch,” The New, 344
  • Automatic Carriage Trials in France, 527
  • Automatic Mercurial Pumps, Professor Neesen’s, at the Berlin Physical Society, 556
  • Automatic Railway Signalling, 183, 319
  • Automatic Signalling, 284
  • Automatically Balanced Machinery, On Various Methods of Balancing Machinery, and on, 90
  • Axle Bearing, Richardson's, 31
  • Axle, Cause of Failure of an Engine Truck, 219
  • Axles, Life of Railway, 151
  • Ayrton, Professor, His Exhibit at the Royal Society Conversazione, 384
  • Ayrton and Haycroft, Messrs., on a Student's
  • Apparatus for Determining the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, 11
  • BABCOCK and Wilcox Company, Reports Con¬cerning Explosion Incorrect, 289
  • Baden Krupp Gun Accident, The, 120
  • Baden-Powell, Lieutenant R., Kites—their Uses in War, 474
  • Baedeker, Herr J. D., on the Dortmund Mines, 113
  • Bailey, Mr. S. C., Railway Level Crossings, Gates, and Fencing, 252
  • Baker, Mr. G. T., The Hypothesis Concerning the Origin of Petroleum, 423
  • Balancing Machinery, On Various Methods of, 90
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, Electric Locomotive, Messrs. Sprague, Duncan, and Hutchinson, 441
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, Electric Motors at the, 135
  • Balfour, Mr. D., Main Sewerage of Usworth and Washington, 263
  • Ball, Bolt and Screw Forging Machine, 186, 187
  • Ballast of Burnt Black-wax Soil, Use of in Texas, 311
  • Ballasting Plant Company’s Prospectus, The, 29
  • Balloon Expedition to the Polar Regions, Mr. J. W. Andrée’s Report on the Project of, 532
  • Baltic and Black Seas, Ship Canal Between the, 245
  • Baltic Canal, The, 355, 441, 503, 509, 512
  • Baltic Canal, Opening Festivities at Kiel, 355
  • Baltic Canal, Slips in the Banks of, 441
  • Baltimore and Ohio Electrical Locomotives, The, I 360
  • Bandsept, M., On a Method of Burning Oxygen and Coal Gas under Liquid, 97
  • Bangalore, Quarrying by Means of Wood Fire { at, 135
  • Banket Formation at Johannesburg, Mr. A. B. Sawyer on the, 496
  • “Banshee" and " Contest,” Trial Trips of the, 76, 190
  • Barge "l’Idée,"Gas Engine Propelled, 175, 176, 209 252
  • Barker, Mr. J. H., On Newbum Bridge, 4
  • Barnes Bridge, Widening of, 97
  • Barnstaple, Light Railway at, 76
  • Barometer, Mr. J. Norman Collie's, 289
  • Barometer, Professor G. Heilman on the Invention of the, 201
  • Barrow Hematite Steel Company, Award of Ar¬bitrator, 376
  • Barrow Steel Works, Work Resumed at the, 423
  • Barry, Mr. Charles, Institution of Civil Engineers, New Buildings (Supplement, January 18/A, 1895), 49, 50, 52, 55
  • Barry, Mr. J. W., Application for Additional Remuneration in Connection with his Services as Engineer to the Tower Bridge, 29
  • Barry Dock and Railway Co., Projected Break¬water and Pier, 387
  • Barry Railway Co. ’s New Lines, Total Expenditure on, 219
  • Bartoli, Mr. A., On the Dependency of the Electrical Conductivity of Organic Salts on the Temperature, 97
  • Batey, Mr. J., Steam Pipe Safety Valve, 91
  • Bath, Sewage Works for, 289
  • Bath and West and Southern Counties Society’s Exhibition, 263
  • Bath and West and Southern Counties Society’s Show,(see Society, Bath and West and Southern Counties), 464
  • Batoum, Export of Petroleum from, 507
  • Battery, A Non-Polarising, 154
  • Battery, Secondary, M. Lucien Poincaré’s Descrip¬tion of, 289
  • Battle to the Death, A, 200
  • Battleship, Launch of a New First-class, 430
  • Battleships and Bilge Keels, First-class, 313
  • Battleships, Two New, for the U.S. Navy, 556
  • Battleships, Unarmoured Ends in, 284
  • Bayard and Marriott, Messrs., On the Frost of January and February, 1895, 360
  • Beam Engine, A Century Old Boulton and Watt, 454
  • Beam En£’nes> Triple Expansion Corliss, 424,
  • Bearing, Richardson’s Axle, 31
  • Bearings, Thrust (tee Thrust Bearings)
  • Beaumont and Sellou, Messrs., On Parliamentary
  • Procedure os Affecting Light Railways and Tramways, 204
  • Beauville, M. Jean Baptiste, 329
  • Beddow’s Epicycloidal Rose-cutting Apparatus, 516
  • Beehlor, Lieutenant W. H.,On the Solarometer, 474
  • Beer, Mr. Walter, Construction of Railway Bridges under 100ft. Span, 408
  • Beira Railway Completed to Chimoio, 135
  • Belfast Water Supply, ‘237, 246
  • Belgian Breweries and Brewing in Belgium, Mr. G. M. Johnson, 464
  • Belgian Government's Subsidy to the Congo Railway, 76
  • Belgian Scheme for a Line Along the Shores of the Persian Gulf, 532
  • Belgium, Coal Imports and Exports, 177
  • Belgium, Export of Briquettes from. 423
  • Belgium, Light Railways in, 259, 279, 325
  • Belgium, Railway Mileage of, 177
  • Belleville Boiler, The, 293, 341, 377, 387
  • Belleville Boilers in the American s.s. “North-West," Competence of the, 556
  • Belleville Boiler, H.M.S. “ Sharpshooter," and the, 315
  • Belleville Boiler Factory, Visit to the, 548
  • Belleville Boilers or Generators for the “ Rossya," 548
  • Belleville Boilers in the Mercantile Marine, 474
  • Belleville Boilers in the United States, 252
  • Belleville and Scotch Boiler, The, 10
  • Bells at Trieste, Effect of Earthquake on, 329
  • Beloe, Mr. C. H., Sewage Purification, 253
  • Belt Line Railway, Baltimore, Progress of, 135
  • Belt, Metallic Cotton, 62
  • Belt Shifter, Armanni's, 508
  • Bending of Rails in the United States by Heat, 556
  • Bengal, Canal Mileage in, 11
  • Bengal-Nagpur Line, Extension, 289
  • Benham Top, The, 146, 167, 181, 209, 267, 363 375, 445, 474
  • Benham Top, Light and the, 146, 167
  • Benicia, Floating Dry Dock Launched at, 423
  • Bentall and Co., Messrs. E. H., Mowing Machine, 493
  • Berend and Co., Messrs. 0., Automatic Air Valve for Exposed Pipes, 31
  • Berg, Mr. S. J., On the St. Gothard Mountain and Stanzerhorn Cable Railway, 28
  • Berlin Overhead Electric Railway, 423
  • Berlin, Underground Railways in, 289
  • Berry's Saw Bench with Rising and Falling Table, Berthelot, Professor, on Argon, 245, 272, 311
  • Berthon*8 Boats and Pontoons for Military Pur¬poses, 262
  • Berthon’s Collapsible Boats, 248
  • Bertin, M., The Amplitude of Rolling on a Non-synchronous Wave, 504
  • Bessemer Acid Converter, Experiments with, in France, 289
  • Bessemer Steel Production in the United States, 206
  • Bessemer Steel in the United States, 567 )
  • Bethlehem Iron Co., Penn., Armour-plate for Russia, 507
  • Betteley, Mr. J. H., Tram Car Brake, 274
  • Beyer, Peacock, and Co., Seventy-six Engines for the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincoln¬shire Railway Co., 355
  • Bicycle Mechanical Engineering, 511
  • Bicycles, How their Extended Use Affects Tramway Company’s Receipts, 556
  • Bildt, Mr. C. W., Hardening Steel Wire, 423
  • Bilge Keels, First-class Battleships and, 313
  • Bilge Keels, Influence of, 48
  • Bilge Keels, Influence of, on Steering and Speed, Billow, Mr. C. 0., Article by, on Oil Fuel and Average Evaporation of the Boiler Plant, 507
  • Bill, Steam Engines (Persons in Charge), 285, 293. 313, 319
  • Bills in Parliament, 1895, 216
  • Bills Passed by the Earl of Morley’s Committee on Unopposed Bills, 401
  • Bills Relative to the AVorking of the London Tramways, 311
  • Billy, M. E. de, Pig Iron Industry in South Russia, 311
  • Binne^/, Mr. W. M., Engine-room Practice at Sea, Bird, Mr. Thos., 113
  • Birmingham Electric Supply Co.’s Works, Visit Birmingham, Goods Traffic at, 263
  • Births and Deaths Registered in London, 11, 29, 155, 201, 263, 329, 441, 497 ’
  • Black, Mr. C. E. D., Proposed Railway Across Arabia put forward by, 532
  • Black Damp, Dr. John Haldine and W. N. Atkin¬son on, 185
  • Blackpool Tower, The, 263
  • Blackstone and Co., Messrs., New Implements at the Royal Agricultural Show, 553, 554
  • Blackwall Tunnel Works, Fall of a Steam Crane at, 97
  • Black-wax Soil as Ballast, Use of Burnt, 311
  • Blaikie, Mr. Walter B., on the Cosmospbere, 296
  • Blaikie, Mr. W. B., on the Retrogradation of the Shadows on the Sun Dial, 429
  • Blake-Marsden Stone-breakers, The, 554
  • “ Blanco Encalada,” Engines of the (Supplement, January ilh, 1895), 4
  • Blankenberghe Promenade Pier and Hall, 220,221, 224, 431
  • Blast Fired at the Penrhyn Quarries, 401
  • Blast Furnace Condensation of Dust and Metallic Fumes, 497
  • Blast Furnace, Direct Puddling of the Iron from the Blast, 382
  • Boiler Accidents, 92
  • Boilers and Air Pumps, United States Torpedo Boat, 3, 10, 26, 27
  • Boilers, The Belleville, 293, 341, 377
  • Boilers, The Belleville, in the Ameriram “ North-West,” 556
  • Boilers, Belleville, in the Mercantile Marine, 474
  • Boiler, The Belleville and Scotch, 10
  • Boilers of Different Systems, Coupling, 525, 538
  • Boiler Disincrustant, Liquid Carbonic Acid as a, 401
  • Boilers, Evaporative Tests of, Mr. A. Ashworth, 326
  • Boiler Explosions Act, Board of Trade Report under the, 135
  • Boiler Explosion, Fatal, 464
  • Boiler Explosions, Fatal Ship, 473
  • Boiler Explosions, Mr. W. H. Fowler on, 124
  • Boiler Explosion in Hoxton, The, 301
  • Boiler Explosion, Locomotive, Ireland, 263
  • Boiler Explosion, Pennsylvania, 180
  • Boiler Explosion, Portable Engine, Yeovilton, 155
  • Boiler Explosion at Redcar Ironworks, 525, 530, 559
  • Boiler Explosion, A Remarkable, 125
  • Boiler Explosion in Scotland, Serious, 155
  • Boiler Explosion, Yeovilton, The, 178, 180, 260
  • Boiler Gauges, Glass, 29
  • Boilers or Generators, The Belleville, 548
  • Boiler, H.M.S. “Sharpshooter” and the Belleville, 315
  • Boilers, Induced Draught as a Means of Developing the Power of Marine, 364
  • Boilers, Initial Condensation and Heat Waste in 1 Steam, 305
  • Boiler Materials and their Results in Construction and Working, 341
  • Boiler, The Mumford Water Tube, 486, 490
  • Boilers, Navy, 357, 363, 374, 400, 426, 431, 445
  • Boilers in the Navy, Water Tube, 340
  • Boiler, The Niclausse, Mr. Mark Robinson on, Boi?ere, Stops, 185,197
  • Boiler for Steam Yacht with Liquid Fuel Burners, 316
  • Boilers in the United States, Belleville, 252
  • Boilers, Water Tube, and Colonial Planters, 403
  • Boilers, Water Tube, for the Colonies, 431
  • Boilers, Water Tube, M. Normand on, 548, 564
  • Boilers, Water Tube, Mr. A. E. Seaton on, 454
  • Boilers, Water Tube, in the United States, 442
  • Boilers, Yarrow Patent Water Tube, Models of, Shown in the House of Commons, 387
  • Bowdon, Mr. E. N., Outfall Sewage Works of Moss Works, Manchester, 333
  • Board of Trade Inspectors and Railway Accidents, 453
  • Board of Trade on Street Transformer Chambers, 11, 62
  • Board of Trade, Marine Department of the, 533
  • Board of Trade Regulations under Electric Light¬ing Acts, Revised, 1882, 1888, 489
  • Board of Trade Report on Railway Accident in Ireland, 441
  • Boat, Aluminium Torpedo, Mr. A. F. Yarrow, 305, 316
  • Boats, Berthon's Collapsible, 248
  • Boats on Inland Waterways, Traction of, 303, 481
  • Bogie Truck, Brill’s Tramcar, 430
  • Boisbandran, M. Lecoq de, on the Formation of Crystals, 473
  • Bollinckx, A., Economical Compound Engine?, 133
  • Bolton, Dr. Meade, on the Effect of Metals on the Growth of Bacteria, 387
  • Bombay, Baroda, and Central Indian Railway, Sweating on the, 289
  • Bombay-Calcutta Mail Train, Accident to, 201
  • Bombay, 48in. Water-Main Burst, 472 Bombay Tramways, 219
  • Bonehill, Process of Direct Paddling, Mr. E. Bonetoll on the, 532
  • Bookbinders' and Printers’ Machinery, Improved, 63
  • Books Received, 59, 81, 101, 121, 143. 164, 185, 207, 227, 249, 271, 315, 337, 359, 383, 405, 427, 449, 471, 493, 515, 559
  • Bordeaux Exhibition, Applications for Space, 97
  • Bordeaux Exhibition, Date for Receiving Appli¬cations, 155
  • Bordeaux, Exhibition at—see also Exhibition, Bordeaux, 483
  • Bores, Tests of Cylinder and Trunk, 307
  • Boride of Iron, M. Henri Moissan’s Process of Obtaining a, 135
  • Boring, Facing, Turning, and Milling Machine, Horizontal, 550
  • Boring Machines, Crank Chamber and Cylinder, 309
  • Boring for Oil, On the Process of, 401
  • Boron Steel, MM. H. Moissan and G. Charpy on, 473
  • Boston and Charlestown, Proposed Bridge be¬tween, 155
  • Boston Harbour, New Red Range Lights for, 155
  • Boston, Underground Electric Ducts in, 329
  • Bottles for Compressed Gases, 431
  • Boulder, Gigantic, found near Waterloo, Indiana, 507
  • Boulton and Watt Beam Engines, A Century Old, 454
  • Bourdon, Mr. Ed., New Lubricators, 90
  • Bouzey Dam, Failure of the, 383
  • Bovet System, Towing by Electricity on the, 97
  • Bowers, Mr. Jas., Balanced Slide Valves and Piston Packings, 148
  • Boynton Bicycle Railway, Projected, 387
  • Brady, Mr. A. B., Low-level Concrete Bridge, Maryborough, Queensland, 395, 398, 399
  • Brake, The “ Reliance ” Tramcar, 274
  • Brake Trials upon the North-Eastern Railway, Mr. Clement E. Stretton, 496
  • Brandt’s Rock Drills, 74. 75
  • Branley, M. Edouard, on the Electric Resistance at the Contact of Two Metals, 401
  • Brass Trades and Allied Industries, Home Office Committee's Inquiry into the Condition of, 155
  • Brassey, Lord, Opening Address, as President of the Institute of Naval Architects, 281
  • Brauer, Prof. E., on Horse-power, 80
  • Brazil, Proposed New Railway Project in, 263
  • Brazilian Capital, Plans and Reports for a New, 355
  • Breakdowns at Sea, Mr. W. Welbury, 475, 498, 516
  • Breakdowns at Sea, and how they have been Repaired, 223
  • Bredng, G., on Ion Migration, 62
  • “ Brennus,” Trial Trips of the French Battleship,
  • Breslau Electric Railway Company, 387
  • Breweries, American, 209
  • Breweries and Brewing in Belgium, 464
  • Brewers' Exhibition, Machinery and Plant at the, 289
  • Brewery, Tube Well at a French, 535
  • Brewing Institute, The, 464
  • Brewster, Mr. E. H. G., On Water Waste P.oventer Cisterns, 155
  • Brick Kilns, 141
  • Bridge, Cantilever, over the Hudson, 11
  • Bridge, Cantilever, over the St. Lawrence, 168
  • Bridges, Compound Concrete and Steel, 431
  • Bridge, The Cost of a, 381
  • Bridges, Deflection of Iron, 263
  • Bridge w Germany, A Test to Destruction of a, 329
  • Bridge Girders, Indian State Railways, 82
  • Bridge, Girder, Tottenham and Forest Gate, Mr, A. C. Pain, 280, 288, 296
  • Bridge, Glasgow, 4
  • Bridge over the Hudson, Proposed New Suspen¬sion, 298, 507
  • Bridges in India, Rules for Working Stress on Girder, 473
  • Bridge, Iron Roof over Stone Arch Railway, 263
  • Bridge, The Ian-Ho, 377
  • Bridge, Low - level Concrete, Maryborough, Queensland, 395, 398, 399
  • Bridge, Montreal, 117
  • Bridge, The Neath River, 272 Bridge, Newburn. 4
  • Bridge over the Ohio, 97
  • Bridges, Railway, Rusting of Iron and Steel, 556
  • Bridge at Rome, Partial Reconstruction of a, 115
  • Bridge, The Ruthven, over the Spey, Kingussie, 295, 298
  • Bridges, Superstructure of Railway, 217
  • Bridge, Suspension, Proposed, over the Hudson, 298
  • Bridges under 100ft. Span, On the Construction of, 408
  • Bridge, Waverley, 263
  • Brighton, Municipal Engineering Works at, 408
  • Brill’s Tram Car Bogie Truck, 430
  • Briquettes Exported by Belgium, 423
  • Bristol, 453
  • Bristol, New Electric Tramway in, 197
  • Britannia Co , The, Beddow’s Epicycloidal Rose
  • Cutting Apparatus, 516
  • British, American, and Continental Iron and Steel Production, 514
  • British Association, The :
  • Annual Meeting to be held at Ipswich, 429
  • British and Colonial Steamship Company’s New Cargo Steamers, 465, 466, 467
  • British Engineering Firms at Naples, 110
  • British Fuses for Modern Guns, 338, 487
  • British Iron Prices, Cornering, 184
  • British Metals and Foreign Competition, 358
  • British Mines in 1894, 248
  • British Trading, Four Months of, 448
  • Brodie, Mr. John A., Tramways and Tramway Traction, 59
  • Brooklyn Bridge, Cables used on the Cable Railway, 532
  • Brooklyn Electric Railways, Accidents on the, and f Speed of the Cars, 387
  • Brooklyn, Funeral Trains, 507
  • Brooklyn, Speed of Electrical Cars in, Reduced, 532
  • Brooklyn, Speed Ordinances for Electric Cars, 401
  • Brooks Locomotive Works, Engines for Brazil, 67
  • Broomhall, Mr. C. M., Static Friction, 232
  • Brough, Mr. Bennett H., his Marriage, 135
  • Brown, Mr., On Cable Tramways, 216
  • Brown, Mr. Nichol, on the Necessity of Compe¬tent Geological Surveys of Gold Mines, 515
  • “Bruiser,” Speed Trials of H.M. Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 289
  • Brush-making Machinery ? 225
  • Bryce, Mr., on Electric Light Regulations, 441
  • Buchan, Mr. John, 322
  • Buckingham Sewerage Scheme, 311
  • Buckton and Co., Messrs. Joshua, Testing Machine, 430
  • Building Material in use in America, A New, 76
  • Buildings by Hot Water, Warming of, 430
  • Bulgaria, Railways in, 29
  • Bullet, Hebler’s, 62
  • “ Buluwayo,” The 8.S., 465
  • Buluwayo, Waterworks at, 422
  • Burma to the Upper Valley of the Brahmaputra, Railway Route from, 289
  • Burmeister and Wain, Slesars., Russian Imperial Yacht “Standart,” 353
  • Burmese Railway, Opening of, 423
  • “ Burner” Grate, Mr. M. Reynolds, 189
  • Bqrner Mantles, Incandescent, Invention to Pre¬vent Rapid Destruction of, 423
  • Burnet, Mr. Lindsay, 239
  • Buretall, Mr., on the Measurement of Cyclically Varying Temperature, 532
  • Bury, Electric Installation for, 219
  • Bushey Pumping Station, 125
  • Business is Business, 492
  • Boss or Best Governor? The, 491
  • Busse, Mr. Otto, Passenger Engines for the Danish State Railways, Messrs. Neilson and Co., 305, 312, 316, 318, 417, 421
  • Butler, Mr. D. B., Portland Cement, 317
  • Butters and Smart, Messrs. Chas., Plant for the Extraction of Gold by the Cyanide Process, 168
  • Byers and Co., Messrs. W. L., The “Reliance” Stockless Anohor, 406
  • CABLE between the French Red Sea and Port Obock, Proposed French, 387
  • Cables, Chain, 222
  • Cable for the Columbus Avenue Line, New, 387 ,
  • Cable and Electric Traction, Relative Economy of, 556
  • Cable Grapnels, Submarine, Messrs. Johnson and Phillips, 122
  • Cables nsed on the Cable Railway since the Open¬ing of Brooklyn Bridge, 532
  • Cable Tramway Scheme for Edinburgh, 100
  • Cable Tramways, Mr. Brown on, 216
  • Cairo City Sewerage Works. 135
  • Cairo and the Pyramids, Trolley Line Projected a between, 556
  • Caissons r. Dock Gates, Mr. A. W. Ackermann, 33
  • Cail, Visit of the Institution of Naval Architects to the Société des Anciens Establishments, 548
  • Calcium Phosphate of Milk, M. L. Vaudin on the, 355
  • Calculating Slide Rules? 357
  • Calculation of Frameworks with Superfluous Parts, On the, Mr. Max Am Ende, 89, 131
  • Calculation, Royal Roads to, 210
  • Calculator, Cherry’s, 134, 181
  • Calcutta, The Kidderpur Docks, 251
  • Caledonian Railway, Express Passenger Engine, Mr. John Lambie (Supplement*, May 10/A and May 31s<, 1895), 407
  • “Caledonia”, s.s., Electric Light Engines and Dynamo, 189
  • “ Caledonia ”, s.s., Record Passage of the P. and 0., 387
  • Calendars for 1895, 11
  • Calvert, Professor, Proporties of the Carbonates of Potash and Soda of Protecting Iron and Steel from Rost, 135
  • Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, Their Exhibits at the Royal Society Conversazione, 384
  • Camera Club Conference, The, 328
  • Camera Club Photographic Conference, 218
  • Camera for Plate 7ft. by 5ft., 401
  • Campbell and Lovell, Messrs., On the Supposed Magnetic Fatigue, 387
  • Campion, Mr , First Sitting after the Easter Recess, 355
  • Canada Balsam nsed for Cementing Parposes by Opticians, 135
  • Canadian Government, Legal Space for Cattle on Spar Deck of Steamships Reduced by, 289
  • Canadian Railway Mileage, 245
  • Canal, The Baltic, 503, 509, 512
  • Canal, Baltic, Vessels to Represent England at the Opening, 401
  • Canal, Baltic and Black Seas, between the, 245
  • Canal Boats, Electric Power for Propulsion of, 11
  • Canal, Bridgwater and Taunton, to Connect, 113
  • Canal, Caspian and Black Sea, Proposed, between the, 464
  • Canal, Danube, with the Moldau and Elbe, to Connect the, 405
  • Canal, The Elbe-Trave, 497
  • Canals in Germany, 359
  • Canal, Grand Junction, 453
  • Canal, Harlem Ship, Opening of the, 532
  • Canal, Inauguration of the North Sea and Baltic, 245
  • Canal, The Jonage, 484, 485, 486
  • Canal, Leeds and Liverpool, 260
  • Canal to the Madras Harbour, Route of Proposed, 387
  • Canal, Manchester, 338
  • Canal, Marseilles and Rhone, 245, 311, 453
  • Canal Mileage in Bengal, 11
  • Canal Navigation, Mr. J. A. Sauer, 21
  • Canal, The Nicaragua, 315
  • Canal, The Panama, 401
  • Canal, The Panama, M. de la Tournerie’s Report, 387
  • Canal, Roy ton, 260
  • Canal, Ship, U.S.A., Proposed, 473
  • Canals, On the Suez and Manchester Ship, Sir E. L. Williams, 123
  • Canal, The Thames and Severn, 267, 453
  • Candle, Professor Crookes on the Merits of the, 423
  • Canet 12’6in. Guns in the Japanese Fleet, 102
  • Cantilever Bridge over the St. Lawrence, 168 Cantilever Strains? 513
  • Canvas and Spars, The “Defender's,” 454
  • Cape Asbestos Company, Blue Asbestos in Fibres, 498
  • Cape GovernmentRailways, Traffic Returns on, 76
  • Cape Liner “ Johannesburg," The New, 213
  • Cape Railways, Railway from Bloemfontein to
  • Kimberley, 401
  • Capelle, M., The Gas-Propelled Barge “Idéé,” 252
  • Capper, Professor, on Oil Engines, 276
  • Capstan, Sheppard’s, 316
  • Capstan, Windlass and Warping, s.s. “ Port Salisbury,” 482, 483
  • Car Lighting in Germany, Report on, 507
  • Carbon, Specific Heat and Boding Point of, 401
  • Carbonates of Potash and Soda against Rust, Properties of, 135
  • Carbonic Acid, Liquid, as a Boiler Disincrustant, 401
  • Cardew, Major, His Exhibit at the Royal Society’s ’ Conversations, 384
  • Cardiff Exhibition, The, 155
  • Carl Pieper’s Patent, 406
  • Carmichael, Mr. David, 398
  • Carriage of Coal by Rad, Important Alterations 1 in the, 143
  • Carriage of Compressed Gases, 375
  • Carriages, Automatic, in France, 527
  • Carriages, Mechanical, 529
  • Carriages, Self-propelled Pleasure, 533
  • Carson and Toone, Messrs., Chaff Cutters and Sifters, 493
  • Cartagena, Magdalena Radway Opened, 29
  • Cartridge Closing Machine, Improved, 115
  • Cassel Gold Extracting Company (Limited) The Cyanide Gold Recovery Syndicate (Limited), and Others, 341
  • Castel, M., on the Creusot Works, 113
  • Catalogues, 77, 204, 286, 315, 364, 418, 478
  • Catch, The " Pullopen,” Paragon Bolt Syndicate, 284
  • Cattle on Spar Deck of Steamships, Legal Space for, Reauced by the Canadian Government, 289
  • Caucasian and Transcaspian Lines, Proposed Radway to Connect the, 532
  • Caucasus, Total Output in 1893 of Manganese Ore, 401
  • Cauro, Mr. J., on the Electrostatic Capacity of 1 Resistance Bobbins, 177
  • Caversham Sewerage and Sewage Disposal, 113
  • Cell, The New Primary, and Electro-motive Force of ditto, 473
  • Cellulose, Substitute for, 506
  • Cellulose, Testing of the Marsden Corn-pith and < the Cocoa, 556
  • Celluvert Fibre, Pump Cups and Hats of, 135
  • Cement from Blast Furnace Slag, Manufacture of, 62 '
  • Cement, On Portland, 317
  • Cementing, Canada Balsam used by Opticians for, iaS
  • Census of the City, Day, 201
  • Central Asia Railway, Krasnovodsk, the Starting 1 Point of, 155
  • Ceylon, Railways in, 146
  • Ceylon, Railway Mileage in, 76
  • Chaff Cutter, Messrs. Marshall, 553
  • Chain Cables, 222
  • Chain Making, Mr. W. Cooper Penn, on, 376
  • Chain, A Monster, for Germany, 219 '
  • Chandler, Messrs., Copious Supply of Pure Water tapped at their Brewery, 219
  • Chaney, Mr. H. J., on the Weights and Measures in Use iD the United Kingdom, 263
  • Charon Gas Engines, Consumption of Gas by the, 263
  • Chart of the Milke Concession, Japan, showing Seam Depths, 151
  • Chatham Dockyard, Projected Changes in the Engine and Boiler Shop, 329
  • Chatham, New Docks at, 464
  • Chatwin, Mr. Thomas, Palmer and Blackmore’s Twist Drill Grinder, 398
  • Cheapening Production in Iron Manufacture, 292
  • Checking Engineering Calculations, Mr. A. Hanssen on, 69
  • Checking Workmen’s Entry at Factories, Apparatus for, 135
  • Cbelford Railway Accident, The, 10, 12
  • Chelford Railway Accident, Board of Trade Report, 135
  • Cheltenham, Municipal Electric Light Works at, 516
  • Chemical Industries, 534 - Chemical Manufacture in the North, 535
  • Chemulpo to Seoul, Railwav from, 387
  • Cherry’s Calculator, 134, 181
  • Chicago, Accidents on Electric Railway, 155
  • Chicago Auditorium, Search-light Signals of Weather Forecasts, 311
  • Chicago General Street Railway Company and the Chicago City Railway Company, Dispute between, and Wrecking of a Car, 387
  • Chicago, Water Used and Wasted in, 97
  • Cbignecto Ship Railway, The, 497
  • Chignecto Ship Railway, Extension of Time for Completion of, Applied for, 441
  • Chilian Cruiser “Blanco Encalada, ” Engines of the (Supplement, January 4th, 1895),
  • Chime Whistle for Locomotives on the Pennsyl¬vania Railway, 355
  • Chimneys, W. H. Wakeman on, 497
  • Chimneys on Factories, Rocking, 33
  • Chimneys, Should they Rock? 73, 116
  • China, English Engines in, 148
  • China, Extension of Tonkin Railways into, 556
  • China, The Lan-Ho Bridge, 377
  • China, Machinery Imports into, 80
  • China, Trade Possibilities in, 349
  • Chinese Criticism on Chinese War Policy, 4
  • Chinese Warships at Wei-Hai-Wei, Destruction of, 133
  • Christiania, Tenders for Rails, 11
  • Christmas Lectures at the Royal Institution, 77
  • Chromogenic Power of Microbia, Action of Rays of Light on the, 355
  • Circlograph, Mr. J. Clarkson, 384
  • City of London Electric Lighting Co., Shelter and Menx’s Brewery Co. v., 506
  • City and Sonth London Railway Bill, 289
  • Civil Engineering, 1894, 13
  • Clarke, Mr. Hyde, 217
  • Clarkson, Mr. J., Circlograph, 384
  • Claudet, Mr. Arthur C., A Mexican Mine, 406
  • Clayton, Mr. J., on the Contraction with Frost of the Girth of Trees, 263
  • Clayton and Shuttle worth, Messrs., Oil Engine, 552
  • Cleveland Ironmasters' Association, Election of President and Vice-President, 29
  • Cleveland Rolling Mill Company, Transport of Liquid Molten Iron by the, 556
  • Clocks on Locomotives, 473
  • Clowes, Dr. F., Limits of Explosive Mixtures of Various Combustible Gases with Air, 496
  • Clyde Builders, New Contracts for Steamers, &c., placed with, 441
  • Clyde, The Makiiig of the, 80
  • ClydebaDk, Strike at, 355
  • Coal in Suffolk, Boring for, 329
  • Coal Bunker Ventilation, Explosion caused by Insufficient, 497
  • Coal, Cheap, 375
  • Coal Consumption on Torpedo Boats, 489
  • Coal Contracts and Engineering, 514
  • Coal Contract for Gas Manufacture, 427
  • Coal Depóts to be Established in German East Africa, 387
  • Coal Dust as Fuel, New Device for Utilising, 245
  • Coaldust Commission, Report of the English, 423
  • Coal, English and Foreign Shipments, 315
  • Coal Export and Import, Belgian, 177
  • Coal, Gauging Boats as the Selling Weight of, 29
  • Coal in the Hills of the Esterel, 423
  • Coal Miner at his Vocation, The, “ Mining Work," Published in Germany, 62
  • Coal Mining in Japan, Recent Developments in, 151, 160, 173,179, 182
  • Coal Mining in Great Britain, 80
  • Coal Mining Project, Important Colonial, 177
  • Coal Output in France, 155
  • Coal by Rail, Carriage of, 143
  • Coal in the Ruhr District," 177
  • Coal Stacking in Water, 201
  • Coal from Tonquin, to be tried for French Torpedo Boats, 62
  • Coal Trade, The, 120
  • Coal Trade, New Wagon Regulations and the, 226
  • Coal Traders’ Conference, on the Increased Rail¬way Charges, 387
  • Coal in the United States in 1894, Total Product of, 507
  • Coal Washing Plant, Powell Duffryn Company’s Elliot Pits, 370, 371
  • Coalbrookdale Company, Horizontal Hydraulic Pumping Engines, 202
  • Coatbam Ironworks Offered for Sale by Auction, 401
  • Coating Pipes and Castings? Dr. Angus Smith's Composition for, 225
  • Cockbum and Montgomery, Messrs., Steam Grab Dredger, 356, 359, 375
  • Cocoa Nat Matting Machinery, 119
  • Oelostat, M. G. Lippmann on the, 497
  • Cole, Mr. H. A. B., British and Colonial a.s. Co.’s New Cargo Steamers, Designed by, 465, 466, 467
  • Cole, Marchent,and Morley, Messrs., “Prospect" Steam Pump, 122
  • Colomb, Vice-Admiral P. H., Elements of Force in a Warship, 283
  • Colombian Railway, The Great, 441
  • Colombo Harbour, Construction of, 62
  • Colonial Planters, Water Tube Boilers and, 403
  • Collett, Mr. Alfred, Monistrol-Montserrat Rack Railway, 28
  • Collie, Mr. J. Norman, Improved Form of Barometer, 2S9
  • Collier, Mr. T. B., Appointed Rolling Stock Con¬troller, 135
  • Collieries, South Wales, Revision of the Special Rules for the, 289
  • Colliers' Wages, The Scotch Miners' Conference on, 441
  • Colliery Accident near Radstook, 177
  • Colliery Explosion, Home Office Report on the C Albion, 270
  • Colliery Explosion, Malago Vale, 473
  • Colliery, Toe Rateau Fan at the Lens, 451, 452
  • Colliery Wagons, Steel, for Indian State Railways, 60
  • Collision with Lock Gates, 538
  • Collision, The Northallerton, 60
  • Collision on the Taff Vale Railway, Board of Trade Report on, 355
  • Colne Valley Waterworks, 125 Colombo Harbour, 176
  • Colours, Professor H. W. Vogel on the Perfection of, 76
  • Committee on Light Railways, The, 95, 119
  • Compound Locomotives in Germany, Orders for, 507
  • Compressed Air, Dredging with, 443 Compressed Air, Novel Use of, 113 (
  • Compressed Gases, Bottles for, 431 Compressed Gas, Carriage of, 363, 375
  • Compressed Gas for Locomotive Headlights in Brazil, 62
  • Compressed Cases, Safe Storage and Conveyance of, 332
  • Concrete and Stoel Bridges, Compound, 431
  • Condensation and Heat Waste in Steam Cylinders, 305
  • Condenser and Economiser, Steam, 243
  • Condenser Tabes, Debate on an Improved Method of Fixing, 227
  • Condensing Locomotives in Scotland, 11
  • Conductivity of Badly Conducting Sabstances, Determining the, 219
  • Condnits, Doulton’s Electrio Light Main, 123
  • Congo Railway, Progress of, 76
  • Conradi, junr., Mr., Superstructure of Railway Bridges, 217 1
  • Conservation of Energy, The, 382, 431
  • Constantinople Railway, The Salonica-Dedeagatch, 155
  • Contemporary Economy of the Steam Engine, 314
  • Continuous Current in Germany, Number of Central Stations Using the, 497
  • Contract for Portsmouth New Docks 14 and 15, 93 Contracts Opbn:
  • Indian State Railways and Assam Works, Bridge Girders, 82
  • Indian State Railways, East Bengal State Rail¬way, Girders for, 230, 231
  • Indian State Railways, Light Draught Ferry Steamers, 241
  • Indian State Railways, Muskaf-Bolan Railway, 83
  • Indian Stato Railways, Permanent Way Material, 174
  • Indian State Railways, Steel Colliery Wagons and Parts, 61
  • Indian State Railways, Underframes and Bodies for Covered Wagons, 386
  • Contraction with Frost of the Girth of Trees, 263
  • Contraction of Mud by Drying ? 469
  • Cook, Mr. Wm., “National" Straw Elevator, 554
  • Cook and Son's Offices at Leicester, 245
  • Cooper, Mr. Arthur, Metal Mixers as Used at the Works of the North-Eastern Steel Company, Lim., 405
  • Cooper, Mr. Theodore, Plans for Suspension Bridge across the Hudson, 245
  • Copeland's Wall Engine, Atlas Works, Glasgow, 156
  • Copper, Elimination of Impurities during the Process of Making, 374
  • Copper and Tin Deposits in Bengal, Mr. Robert Oats on the, 496
  • Copper and Tin, Pyrometric Examination of the Alloys of, 374 Cork Harbour, 453
  • Corliss Condensing Engines, Compound, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves, and Co. (Supplement, June 21rt, 1895)
  • Corliss Engine, Triple-expansion, Messrs. W. B.
  • Thompson and Co., 424, 428, 429
  • Corliss Valve Gears, Mr. Alfred Towler on, 230
  • Cornering British Iron Prices, 184
  • Cornish Down Bridge, Embankment near the, 311
  • Cornwall, Distress in, 11 Correction, A, 363
  • Corrosion of Iron and Steel Bridges, 556
  • Cost of a Bridge 1 381 Cost of Production, Reducing the, 162, 181
  • Cost of Torpedo Boat Destroyers, The, 413
  • Cost of Warships, Dr. F. Elgar on the, 528, 525, 549
  • Cotton Belt, Metallic, 62
  • Coupling Boilers of Different Systems, M. Pierre Sigaudy, 525, 538
  • Course Indicators, Prince Louis of Battenberg’s, 120
  • Ordered for the Navy, 76
  • Conrt, Mr. S. h, On Passenger Lifts, 252
  • Covering Pulleys with Leather or Paper, 473
  • Coward, Mr. H., Laundry Machine, 344
  • Coxe, Mr. Eckley B., 528
  • Crane, Fall of a Steam, 97
  • Cranes, Electrical, for Southampton Harbour, 532
  • Crane and Locomotive, Combined, 398
  • Cranes, Locomotives, 431
  • Crank Chamber Boring Machine, at Messrs. Willans and Robinson's Works, 309
  • Crank Shaft Forging, Willans and Robinson, 308
  • Craven Brothers, Radial Drilling, Tapping, and StuddiDg Machine, 308
  • Craven Brothers, Serious Fire in the Works of Messrs., 76
  • Creusot Works, M. Castel on the, 113
  • Crompton, Mr. R. E., Potentiometer, 384
  • Crookes and Dewar, Professors, on the London Water Supply, 355, 473
  • Crookes and Dewar, Professors, on the Upper Thames Water in December, 62
  • Crookes, Professor, on the Merits of the Candle, 423
  • Crosland's Paper Cutter and Paper Press, 63
  • Crossley Brothers, Limited, Messrs., First Award for Oil Engines at the Hobart Town Exhibition, 387
  • Crossley Brothers, Messrs., Gas Engines at Rhyl Sewage Works, 532
  • Crossley, Dr. Edw., His Reported Gift to the Lick Observatory, 355
  • Cruisers "DAvont” and "Jean Bart,” French Protected, 229
  • Cruiser Designed by Sir W. H. White, 329
  • Cruisers, The New, 359
  • Crystal Palace School of Engineering, Distribu¬tion of Certificates, 329
  • Crystals, M. L. de Boisbandran on the Formation of, 473
  • Cuba, Opening of a New Line in, 355
  • Cunningham, Blytb, and Westland, Messrs., New North Bridge. Waverley Station, Edinburgh E (Supplement, January 18/A), 61
  • Cut Nail Machinery, 247
  • Curve Tracing for Graphic Calculations, Practical, Mr. A. H. Shield, 137
  • Carves, On Transitional, 201
  • Cutting and Bundling Liqnonce Root, 30l
  • Cutting-off Machine, Messrs. Hurlbutand Ragers, 307
  • Cutting-off Machine, Tool-holder of, 307
  • Cyanide Patent Case, The, 335
  • Cyanide Practice, Mr. Alfred James on, 418, 452
  • Cyanide Process, The, 315, 335
  • Cyanide Process, Plant for the Extraction of Gold by the, 168
  • Cycle Works, The Humber Company's, 53, 54, 56
  • Cycles in Denver, Extended Use of, aud Effect I on Tramway Company’s Receipts, 556
  • Cycles, Leather instead of India-rubber Tires for, 556
  • Cycles, 1894, French Trade in, 62
  • Cycles, Nineteenth Annual Exhibition of, 401
  • Cylinder Bore, Test of, Messrs. Willans and Robinson, 307
  • Cylinder Boring Devioe, Messrs. Willans and Robinson, 309, 331
  • Cylinder, Exploded Oxygen, 310, 315
  • Cylinder, Steam, Cooker Co.'s Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Show, 554
  • DAIRY Machinery, Bath and West and Southern Counties Society’s Show, 493
  • Dale, Mr. David, His Presidential Address, 405
  • Dam, Failure of the Bouzey, 383
  • Dam, Projected, New Stone Masonry, at Minneapolis, 556
  • Dams, Masonry, 162
  • Damascus, New Railway from, 473
  • Damp, Black, Dr. John Atkinson and W. N. Atkinson on, 185
  • Dana, Professor James Dwight, 339
  • Danish State Railways, Locomotives for the, 305, 312, 318
  • Danish State Railways, Passenger Engines for the, 305, 312, 316
  • Danube at the Iron Gates, New Loan Necessary ‘ for the Improvement of the, 473
  • DareDth, Roman Villa at, 289
  • Daubrée, Professor G. A., Hayden Medals Awarded to, 219
  • Davey, Mr. Henry, Steam Engine Economy, 320
  • Davies and Sons, Messrs., Improvements in Galvanising, 494
  • “ Davout,’’ The French Protected Cruiser, 229
  • Day, Mr. Lewis F., Stained Glass Windows, 77
  • Daymard, M. V., On the System of Calculating Tonnage, 504
  • Dean, Mr. F. W., Trials of a Recent Compound Engine with a Cylinder Ratio of Seven to One, 63
  • Dean, Mr. W., Express Locomotive, Great Western Railway(Supplement, June28th, 1895)
  • Dean, Mr. W., Fifty-five Feet Surface Turn- 1 tables, Great Western Railway, 136,137
  • Death Rate in tbe City as Compared with the Rest of London, 507 –t
  • Death Rate in London, 155
  • Deaths in London during the Cold, 177
  • Death Rate, London, and the Rise in Temporature, 245
  • Deaths Registered in Thirty-three Great Towns i. of England and Wales, 11, 29, 76, 177, 201, 219, 245, 203, 441
  • Debois, M., Patent Mixture to Withstand tbe Highest Temperatures, 245, 497
  • Decimal Weights and Measures in Turkey, Adop¬tion of, 62
  • Deerr, Mr. N. F., On tbe Thermal Constant C of ' i, the Elements, 556
  • “ Defender’s ” Canvas and Spars, The, 454
  • Deflection of Iron Bridges, Measuring, 263
  • Delagoa Bay Railway, The, 352
  • Delamare-Deboutteville and Malandin, MM., Gas Propelled Barge, 252
  • “ Delfino,” The Italian Submarine Boat, 311
  • Delta Metal Propellers, 377 i, Delta Metal Co., Report of the, 311
  • Demagnetisation of Watches, On the, 289
  • De Mare System, New Incandescent Gas Light, e 311
  • Denne’s Hydropneumatio Leaching Apparatus, i, 203
  • Denny, Mr. Archibald, The “ M. G. Meter," 504
  • Denny, Messrs., Steamers for the Dover and Calais Route, 507
  • Deposits on Tenders, 508
  • Derby to Ashbourne, Electrio Railway from, 507
  • Derrick in the World, The Largest, 263
  • De Segundo, Ed. C., on the Utilisation of Niagara,
  • Dessau, Street Railroad, 155 i.
  • Detroit Water Mains, Average Friction in the, 497
  • Devonport Dockyard, Electrical Drilling d Machines, 93
  • Devonport and Keyham, New Workshops at, and if the Navy Estimates, 507
  • Dew, Colours on which it will form and not form, 289
  • Dewar, Professor, on the Liquefaction of Gases, n 396, 417, 468
  • Dewar, Professor, on Phosphorescence and Photo- r graphic Action at LowTemperatures, 77
  • Diamond Washing Machines, Messrs. Wernher i, Belt and Co., 498
  • Diamonds, Uncut, The De Beers Consolidated Mining Co., 498
  • 1 Diaphragms for the Electro-ohemical Reduction i, of Potash from Chloride of Potash, 473
  • Diastase, a Substitute for Malt, 11 ’1 Dibdin, Professor W. T., London Gas Testings,
  • 401
  • a Dieppe Harbour, Alterations in, 245
  • Dilation of Water, M. S. de Lannoy on the, 423 J
  • Dinting and Mottram Viaducts, Mr. L. V. Warhurst on the Strengthening of the, 170
  • Direot Puddling of the Iron from the Blast Furnace, 382
  • Disinfectant Formaline, An Active, 113
  • Distilled Water, The Cubic Decimeter of 355
  • Division of Labour in Dockyards, The, 126
  • Docks at Chatham, New, 464
  • Dock, Floating Dry, Launch of, at Benicia, California, 423
  • Docks at Genoa, New Dry, 97
  • Dock and Harbour Trade, The Year’s, 176
  • Docks, The Kidderpur, Calcutta, 251
  • Dock; 14 and 15, Portsmouth New, 93
  • Dock at Port Talbot, New, 113
  • Docks, The Royal, not largo enough for the New Cruisers, 473
  • Dock Gates, Caissons v., 33
  • Dockyard Appointments, 304
  • Dockyards, The Division of Labour in, 126 Dominion Coal Company’s Railway, Completion of, 62
  • Doors for Hoists, Safety, Messrs. Lomnitz and Duxbury, 273
  • Door or No Doors in Water-tight Bulkheads, 535
  • Dortmund, Yearly Report on the Mines of, 113
  • Douglas, Mr. A. K., on Boiler Materials and their Results in Construction and Working, 341
  • Doulton’s Electric Light Main Conduits, 123 1
  • Dover Undercliff Reclamation Bill, 201
  • Drainage System of the Houses of Parliament, The, 526, 527
  • Drainage Works for Karachi, 245
  • Dredgor, Steam Grab, Messrs. Cockburn and Montgomery, 356, 359, 575
  • Dredging with Compressed Air, 443
  • Drills, Brandt’s Rook, 74, 75
  • Drills, Ingersoll-Sergeant, in South Africa, 76
  • Drill, The Optimus Rock, 5
  • Drilling Machines, Electrical, Devonport Dockyard, 76, 93
  • Driving Belts and Rope Gear, Comparative Ab¬sorption of Power by, 441
  • Dry Dock, Floating, Benicia, California, 423
  • Drying Wheat with an Electric Heater, 263
  • Du Bosquet, M., on Locomotives and Trains, 145 Dudgeon, Mr. Richard, 354
  • Duff-Bruce, Mr. W., on the Kidderpur Docks, Calcutta, 251 1
  • Dundee Jute Trade, and Excessive Working Hours in the Calcutta Jute Mills, 11
  • Dunlop and Company, Messrs. D. J., Oil Carrying Steamer, 261, 265, 268, 328
  • Dunlop and Company, Messrs., Tank Steamship “ Aoo,” 281, 265, 268,328
  • Duplex Pumps, Mumford Patent, 242
  • Duplex Pump, Smith and Vaile’s, 75
  • “ Dupuy.de-Lóme,” The Failure of the Cruiser, 135
  • Durham, Sewerage of, Premium Awards, 423
  • “ Duroline,” Substitute for Window Glass, 11, 62
  • Dust Fuel 1 381
  • Dutch Navy, Two Men-of-War for the, 289
  • Dynamo, Continuous Current Hinged Pole-piece, 31
  • Dynamo, The First Niagara Falls, 401
  • Dynamo, An Interesting, 423
  • EARL’S COURT Exhibition, Opening of, 479
  • Early Light Railways, 488
  • Earnock Colliery, Electrical Haulage at, 223
  • Earthquake Pulsations, Great Duration of, 556
  • Earthwork ? Estimating, 335
  • Earthwork Quantities, Rapid Method of Approxi¬mation to, 443
  • East and West Coast Railway, Progress of the, 401, 441
  • Eastern Railway Company of France, New Lines, 29
  • Easton, Anderson, and Gooiden, Messrs,, Pumps at the West India Docks, 144
  • Easy Screw Jack, Mr. Geo. Tangye, 555
  • Eaton, Narrow Grange Railway for, 329
  • Economical Compound Engines, System, A. Bollinckx, 133
  • Economical Engines, 181
  • Economiser, Steam Condenser and, 243
  • Economy, Steam Engine, 320
  • Economy of the Steam Engine, Contemporary 314
  • Eddy, Mr., and the New South Wales Railways, 200
  • Edinburgh, Cable Tramway Scheme for, 100
  • Edmunds, Mr. K. C., New Freezing Mixture, 355
  • Edwards, Mr. Wynne, Harrow, 555
  • Egypt, Contract with a German Co. for a New Railway in, 473
  • Egypt, Railways in, 155
  • Egypt, Society for the Preservation of tbe Monu¬ments of Ancient, 145
  • Eight Hours Movement, The, 470 , 1895, Leader on, 13
  • Elba, Mr. H. Scott on the Iron Ores of, 417 ,
  • Elbe Disaster, The, 119
  • “ Elbe,” Loss of the, 100
  • Elbe-Trave Canal, Foundation Stone of, Laid, 497
  • Electrio Cars, Open and Closed, Milwaukee
  • Street Railway Co., 387 ’ Electric Car Overturned in New York, 11
  • Electrical Cars in Brooklyn, Speed of, 155, 387, 532
  • Electric Cars, Tractive Force Required to Move, 263
  • Electric Communication with Lighthouses and Lightships, 113
    Electrical Communication with Light Vessels,
  • The Board of Trade and, 440
  • Electrical Conduit Mileage, Brooklyn, 155
  • Electric Construction Co., Dinner to the Staff , and Employees, 29
  • Electric Contact Micrometer Gauge, 310
  • Electrical Cranes for Southampton Harbour, New, 532
  • Electric Current, Professor J. A. Fleming on the Work of an, 77
  • Electric Currents, Professor Geo. Forbes, 350
  • Electric Currents, Alternating and Interrupted, Professor J. Forbes on, 396
  • Electric Currents, Magnetisation of Iron by, 417
  • Electrical Drilling Machines at Devonport Dock¬yard, 76, 93
  • Electric Ducts in Boston, Underground, 329 ,
  • Electric Endless Rope Haulage Plant for tho Buckleton Main Collieiy Co., 401 Electrical EngineeriDg, 510 Electrical Engineering, 1894, 18
  • Electrical Furnace, Professor Roberts-Austen, 515
    Electric Glow Lamp, Lifebuoys with, 62
  • Electric Haulage at Earnock Colliery, 223
  • Electric Heater Applied to the Drying of Wheat, 263
  • Electric Incandescent Lamps, Mode of Treating the Filaments of, 263
  • Electric Lamp instead of Bell for Telephone Ex¬changes, 556
  • Electric Launohes, The “Immisch,” 497
  • Electric Launches for Passenger Traffic, 518
  • Electric Light, Arc Lamps in the City of London, 201
  • Electric Light Engines, 93
  • Electric Light Engines and Dynamos, s.a. "Cale¬donia,” 189
  • Electric Light Fittings, Improvements in, 423
  • Electric Light Mains, The Spence-Doulton Bare, 123
  • Electric Light Regulations, Question in tho House on, 441
  • Electric Light in Rome, 48
  • Electric Light Station, Dover, Proposed Electric Light Works at Cheltenham, Municipal, 516
  • Electric Lines, A Sliding Shuttle to replace the Trolley of, 423
  • Electric Lines in the United States, Horses Dis placed by, 556
  • Electric Lighting Acts, 1882-1888, Revised Board of Trade Regulations under, 489
  • Electric Lighting Enterprise in tho Metropolis, Mr. Hazell'8 Question in tbe House Relative to, 441
  • Electric Lighting of the Houses of Parliament, 361
  • Electrical Lighting Industries, Progress of, 135
  • Electric Lighting Plant at the Midland Railway Station, Leicester, 327, 334
  • Electric Lighting Plant at Rangoon, Tenders for, 311
  • Electric Lighting in Sheffield, Progress of, 556
  • Electric Lighting Station, Fire at an, 144
  • Electric Light Stations, Superheated Steam in, 228
  • Electric Locomotive, Baldwin Locomotive Works, 497
  • Eleotrical Locomotives, The Baltimore and Ohio, 360
  • Electric Locomotives for the French Western Railway Company, Heilmann Company, 855
  • Electric Locomotives for Mines, 168
  • Electrical Machinery for Working Lock Gates at Ymuiden, 441
  • Electric Meters, Transparent, 384
  • Electric Motive Power instead of Steam on the Niagara Falls Line, 311
  • Electric Motors at the Baldwin Locomotive Works, 135
  • Electric Motors on tbe Nantasket Beach Railway, United States, 423
  • Electric Motor for Rowing Boats, The New Mayne, 304
  • Electric Motors for Steam Locomotives, Substitu¬tion of by the Pennsylvania Railway Company,
  • Electric Omnibus Road in Rome, Building of an, 556
  • Electric Plough, Messrs. F. Zimmermann and Co., 497
  • Electric Power Transmission Plant, Newcastle, Cal., 811
  • Electric Power, Use of, as a Means of Propulsion for Canal Boats in the United States, 11
  • Electric Rack Railway at Lucerne, Project of, 497
  • Electric Railroading between Buffalo and Niagara, 329
  • Electric Railways, Accidents on the Brooklyn and New York, 245
  • Electric Railway from Derby to Ashbourne, 507
  • Electric Railways of Europe, Distribution of tbe. 401
  • Electric Railway from Douglas to the Snaefell Mountain, 177
  • Electric Railway to Montmartre, 329
  • Electric Railway, Overhead, Barlin, 423
  • Electric Railways with Overhead Conductors, Landon County Council Decline Permission to Work, 97
  • Electric Railways for Russia, The Emperor’s Opinion Concerning, 532
  • Electric Railway, Single Roil, 168
  • Electric Railway, SDaefell, Isle of Man, Progress of, 311
  • Electric Range Lights for Boston Harbour, 155
  • Electric Resistance at the Contact of Two Metals, M. E. Branley, 401
  • Electrical Resistance of Wood and Stone and other Poor Conductors, 355
  • Electric Roads in Italy, 497
  • Electric Rudder Motor, The New Mayne, 304
  • Electric Signalling Apparatus, Mons. Nene, 29
  • Electrical Specifications, Publication of, 507
  • Electric Street Cars, Speed Ordinances in Brooklyn, 401
  • Electric Street Railway, The Hobart, 113
  • Electric Supply Works, Leicester (Supplement, June 21rt, 18951, 531, 635
  • Electric Telegraph Line, Germany, the First Country to have an, 29
  • Electrio Traction in Franoe and its Colonies, 311
  • Electric Tramcars in Use on the Continent, 245
  • Electric Tramway in Bristol, New, 197
  • Electric Tramways and District Railways, Mr. John M. M. Munro, 177
  • Electric Tramways in France, 401
  • Electric Tramways in Havre, 289
  • Electric Tramway from Kiel to Holtenau, 441
  • Electric Tramway, The Longest in the World, 289
  • Electric Tramways, Madras, 245
  • Electrio Tramway in Oporto, The French Thomas- Houston Co., 497
  • Electric Tramways at Rouen, Rails of the New, 473
  • Electric Tramways of Toronto, Use of, for Water¬ing, 263
  • Electric Tramways in Wales, Proposed, 135 Electric Tramway Schemes in Germany, 329
  • Electric Underground Railway from Stockwell to Clapbam Common, 401
  • Electric Waves, Influence of, on the Galvanie Resistance of Metallic Conductors, 97
  • Electrical Tramway with Underground Conductor, Lyons Exhibition, 250
  • Electrically-driven Augers for Felling Trees, Use
  • Electrically-illuminated Signalling Drum. Admiral Fane’s, 387
  • Electricity as Applied to Tramways, Commercial Value of, 109
  • Electricity Generated on the American Side of Niagara, Duty on, on the Canadian Side, 387
  • E.ectricity, Modern, 79, 138
  • Electricity, Motive Power Changed from Steam to, on a French Railway, 497
  • Electricity in Tin-plate Manufacture, 489
  • Electricity, Towing by, 97
  • Electricity, Static, in Paper Mills, New York, 311
  • Electricity, Water Power Applied to Gold Dredging by, 223
  • Electro-deposition. Mr. W. Gannon’s Experi¬ments on, 62
  • Electrograph, Messrs. Naicter Brc.-. 515
  • Electromagnet Pull, Mr. Max Weber on; 156
  • Electromotive Force of an Iodine Cell, Mr. A. P. Laurie, 245
  • Electrolysed Sea Water for Flushing Sewers, &o., 289
  • Electrolysis Nodules, Analysis of, 263
  • Electrolysis of Salt Solutions, Method of Dealing with Products Set Free in the, 177
  • Electrolysis of a Solution of Mixed Nitrate and
  • Sulphate of Soda, Dr. Gross on, 97
  • Electrolysis of Underground Pipes, On the Pre¬vention of, 473
  • Electrostatic Capacity of Resistance Bobbins, and its Influence in the Measurement of Coefficients
  • of Induction by the Wheatstone Bridge, Mr. J. Cauro, 177
  • Elevators, Safety Appliances for, 510 1
  • Elgar, Dr. F., on tbe Cost of Warships, 525, 528, 549
  • Elihu Thomson Electrical Energy Meter, The, I
  • and Prize obtained by, 113
  • Elswick Quick-fire Gun, The New, 165
  • Embankment near tbe Cornish Down Bridge, 311
  • Emden, Judge, Trial of a Case Arising out of the
  • Explosions on Southwark Bridge, 532
  • Emley, Sewerage Scheme for, 387
  • Empire of India Exhibition, 218, 241
  • Employment by Solicitors, 514
  • “ Empress,” The Mail Packet, Towed off, 29
  • Empress Theatre, Principals over the Roof of the, 241
  • Enamelling Pipes ? 357
  • Energy, The Conservation of, 382
  • Energy in the Spectrum of a Triplex Burner, On the Distribution of, 556
  • Engineering, Bicycle Mechanical, 511
  • Engineering, Civil, 1894, 13 1
  • Engineering, Coal Contracts and, 514
  • Engineering, Electrical, 1894, 18
  • Engineering Fallacies, 36
  • Engineering Heliographic Prints, Modern, 218
  • Engineering, Mechanical, 1894, 15
  • Engineering, Sanitary, 1894, 19
  • Engineering in Ships of War, 222
  • Engineering Works on the Thames, 287, 290, 307, 308, 309, 310, 331, 863, 375
  • Engineers, English, Measured by a French Standard, 358
  • Engineers’ Goggles, Messrs. Harry Vale and Sons, 387
  • Engineers and Ships of War, 205
  • Engineers on Spanish Ships to be only Spanish, 135
  • Engines of the “ Blanco Eacalada ’’ (Supplement, January 4th, 1895), 4
  • Engine, Boiler, and Employers' Liability Insur¬ance Co., Ld., The, 190
  • Engines and the Cambridge Trials, Oil, 285
  • Engine, A Century Old, 474
  • Engine, A Century Old Boulton and Watt Beam, 454
  • Engines, Compound Corliss Condensing, Leicester Electricity Works (Supplement, June 21tf, 1895), 531
  • Engine, Contemporary Economy of the Steam, 814
  • Engine with a Cylinder Ratio of Seven to One, Trial of, F. W. Doan, 63
  • Engines, Development of the Experimental Study of, 379. 397, 422
  • Engine Difficulty, A Peculiar Gas, 198
  • Engine Drivers Paid by Mileage, South Pacific Railway, 219
  • Engine Drivers at York, Mass Meeting of, 97
  • Engines and Dynamos, Electric Light, s.s. “ Caledonia," 189
  • Engines, Economical, 181
  • Engines, Economical Compound, 133
  • Engine Economy, Steam, 285, 320
  • Engine Economy, Steam, Mr. Henry Davey, 320
  • Engines for Electric Lighting, 93
  • Engine, Express Passenger, London and South-Western Railway (Supplement, March 22nd, 1895), 244, 319
  • Engines, Gas, Exhaust from, 53, 84, 93, 117, 138
  • Engines, Gas aud Oil, Exhibition in Paris, 11
  • Engines, Gas, Southall's, 272, 320, 363
  • Engines, Gas, Southall's Ideal, Messrs. Hardy and Padmore, 272
  • Engines, Gas v. Steam, 252, 266, 285, 375
  • Engines, Gear Steam, 431, 489
  • Engine Governing, 538
  • Engine Governors, Steam, 474
  • Engine, Great Northern, A New, 173
  • Engines, High Duty Steam, and the Action of Steam Jackets, 180
  • Engine, History of tbe Portable, 208
  • Engines, Horizontal Hydraulic Pumping, 202
  • Engine, Marine, of To-day, Mr. Hy. W. Roun-thwaite, 67
  • Engines, On the Mechanical and Electrical
  • Regulation of, 124 Engine, The Neil-Bennet, 381
  • Engines, Oil, 53, 242, 276, 552, 554
  • Engines, Oil, Prof. Capper on, 276
  • Engine, Oil, Messrs. Clayton and Sbuttleworth, 552
  • Engine, Oil, 40-Horse Power, Messrs. R. Hornsby snd Sons, 242
  • Engine, Oil, Howard's, 554
  • Engine, Oil, 40-Horse Power, Hornsby-Akroyd, 242
  • Engines, Passenger, for the Danish State Rail¬ways, 305, 312, 316, 318
  • Eogine, Portable Old, 252
  • Engines, Priming and Governing, 141
  • Engine Problems, Steam, 448
  • Engines, Pumping, 161
  • Engines, Pumping, Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co,, 39
  • Enginoe, Quadruple Expansion, Lake Steamer,
  • “ North-West,” 111, 114, 115,118
  • Engine-room Practice at Sea, Mr. W. M. Binnev, 139
  • Eogine at Saltaire, Compound Mill, 34, 38
  • Engines, Southall's Gas, 285
  • Engines, Steam, and Boiler Attendants’ Bill, 489
  • Engines v. Steam, Gas, 222, 341
  • Engines, Steam, Oil, and Gas, at the Royal Agricultural Show, 552
  • Engine, Todd's Terminal Exhaost Steam, 450, 462
  • Engine, Theory of the Steam—tee Theory of tbe Steam Engine
  • Engines, Traction, 6, 7, 83, 93, 181, 551
  • Engines, Traction, on Common Roads, 181
  • Engine, Traction, Messrs. Wallis and Steevens, 551
  • Engines, Trip Gear Steam. 445
  • Engine. Triple Expansion Corliss. Moorlands Mill, Bolton, 424, 4M, 429 3
  • Engines, Triple Expansion, Oil-carrying Steamar 'Aco.” 281, 265, 268
  • Engine Truck Axle, Causo of Failure of an, 219
  • Engines, Vertical High speed, Messrs. J. P. Hall and Co., 352, 354
  • Engines, Vibrations of Steamships and, 335
  • Engines, Messrs. Willans and Robinson’s, 308, 309
  • Engines and Winding Gear, The Sandycroft Foundry Co., 295, 298
  • Engines, Winding, with Piston Valves, 295
  • Enfield Water Supply, 355
  • English and American Locomotives— see Locomotives, English and American
  • English and American Steel Tubes, 315
  • English and American Woodworking Machinery,
  • English Coal and Foreign Shipments, 315
  • English Engineers, Measured by a French Standard, 358
  • English Engines in China, 148
  • English and Foreign Locomotives, 1859 to 1894, 94, 95
  • English Torpedo Boats at Port Arthur, 223
  • Epicycloidal Rose Cutting Apparatus, Beddow's, 516
  • Errata, tee Paragraph Headed Messrs. Willans and Robinson's Works, 331
  • Erroneous Report, An, 341
  • Essex, Mr. E. H., His Appointment at Kettering, 155
  • Ettore Chlorine Cell, Illustrated Description of, 355
  • Eumorfopoulos, Mr., On the Determination of Thermal Conductivity and Emissivity, 87
  • Euphrates, Navigation of the, M. Tolars Scheme J for, 97
  • Euriob, Mr. H. 0., Friction of Water in Pipss, 284
  • Euston-road Explosions, Tbe, 110
  • Evaporation of Water, Latent Heat of, 242 Evaporative Tests of Boilers, 326 Evaporators, Marine, 230
  • Ewing, Professor, Instrument for Testing the Quality of Iron, 515
  • Ewing, Professor, Magnetic Tester for Hysteresis in Iron, 384
  • Excavator Blasting Auger, The Hardy Patent Pick Company, 274
  • Excavator for Blasting Coal and Tunnelling, 274
  • Excentric Reversing Gear, Single, Messrs. Mann and Charle8worth, 209
  • Exhaust from Gas Engines, 53, 84, 93, 117,138
  • Exhibit of Modern Engineering Heliographic Prints, 218
  • Exhibition, Athens, Industrial, at, 355
  • Exhibition, Bath and West and Southern Counties Society’s. 263
  • Exhibition, Belfast, Art and Industrial, 328
  • Exhibition, The Bordeaux, 155, 483
  • Exhibition, Tbe Brewers, 289
  • Exhibition, The Cardiff, 155, 289
  • Exhibition, The Earl’s Court, 479
  • Exhibition, The Empire of India, 218, 241
  • Exhibition, The Furniture, 360
  • Exhibition, International Building Trades, 239, 272, 283
  • Exhibition, International Shoe and Leather, 396
  • Exhibition, The Lyons, 250
  • Exhibition, Paris, Gas and Oil Motors, 11 ]
  • Exhibition, Paris International, Area for Exhibits, 401
  • Exhibition, Paris, The, Sanitary, 401, 432
  • Exhibition, Photographic, Imperial Institute, 219
  • Exhibition, Railway Appliances, Imperial Institute, 306, 441, 486, 609, 540, 547
  • Exhibition, The South African, 498
  • Exhibition, Strasburg, 201
  • Experimental Study of Heat Engines, Develop¬ment of the, 379, 397
  • Exploded Oxygen Cylinder, 310, 315 Explosions, Boiler, 124, 125
  • Explosion in Coal Banker at Dartmouth, 497
  • Explosion at the Cordite Factory, Waltham Abbey, 355
  • Explosion, Electric Installation, St. PancrasVestry’s, 177
  • Explosions, The Euston Road, 110
  • Explosion, Fatal Boiler, 464
  • Explosions, Fatal Ship Boiler, 473
  • Explosion at Fenchurch-street Station, 293, 310, 315
  • Explosion, Fire Damp, Briix Colliery, 62
  • Explosions at Junction Boxes, 33
  • Explosion of Natural Gas, United States, America, 401
  • Explosions, Street, 226, 306, 307
  • Explosions, On Subway, 497
  • Explosive “ Joveite,” The New, 311
  • Explosives, Mining, 495
  • Explosive Mixtures of Various Combustible Gases with Air, Dr. F. Clowes on the Limiting, 496
  • Explosives for the Naval Rifles, United States Navy, Tenders for, 62
  • Express Locomotives, Mr. J. A. F. Aspinall, 504, 536, 537, 561, 564
  • Express Trains, Heavy, 183, 208
  • Express Trains, The Jubilee of, 217
  • Extract of Malt, Method of Determining, 464
  • Extracting Tan from Oak Bark, 57
  • Extraction of Gold by the Cyanide Process, Plant for the Extraction of, 168
  • FACE-HARDENED Armour, 538
  • Factory and Workshop Act, 1891, Amendment No. 2, Bill, Second Reading of the, 454
  • Fan, The Rateau, at the Lens Colliery, 451, 452
  • Fane, Admiral, His Signalling Apparatus, II
  • Fane, Admiral, Further Trials of his Electrically Illuminated Signalling Drum, 387 Faoa, Ventilating, for the Simplon Tunnel, 103
  • Faraday Medal Conferred on Lord Rayleigh, 245
  • Fast Railway Run Reported from the United States, 423
  • Fanoon, M. J., On the Refining of Metal by Means of Aluminium, 387
  • Feed -water Filter, Reeves, 509
  • Feed Water Heaters, 267, 270, 319
  • Feed Water Heaters, Railway, 267
  • Fellin, Narrow Gauge Railway to Connect the Town of, with the Walk-Pernau Railway, 401
  • Felling Trees with Electrically-driven Angers, 245
  • Fenchurch-street Oxygen Cylinder Explosion, 310, 315
  • Ferranti Fly-Wheel Alternators at Portsmouth, * The, 97
  • terry Steamers, Light Draught.. Indian State Railways, 240, 241
  • Férj, M. Ch., On Gratings usod in Photogravure,
  • Fielding and Platt, Messrs., Hydraulic Forging Press, Swindon Works, 547
  • Filaments of Electric Incandescent Izimps, Mode of Treating, 263
  • Files, Mr. Welbourn on the Manufacture of, 181
  • Filey Drainage Scheme, 329
  • Filter, Reeves’ Feed Water, 509
  • Filters at the Say Sugar Works, 7
  • Fire-box Stays, 146, 313
  • Fire-box Stays, Steel v. Iron, 291
  • Fire Brigades, London and Foreign, 142
  • Fire Brigade, Strength of the Metropolitan, 113
  • Fire-damp Explosion, Briix Colliery, 62
  • Fire-damp by Sound, Detection of, 401
  • Fire at an Electric Lighting Station, 144
  • Fire Extinction on French Warships, Increased Powers of, 135
  • Fire at Perth Station, 507 Fires, 329
  • Fires, Preventing or Extinguishing, Prize offered by the Bologna Academy of Sciences for the bést System or Apparatus, 289
  • Fixing Condenser Tubes, Improved Method of, 227
  • Flamache, Mons. A., on Railway Working, 11
  • Fleet, A Great Steamship, 492
  • Fleming, Prof. J. A., Synchronising Alternating Current Motor and Contact Maker, 384
  • Fleming, Prof. J. A., On the Work of an Electric Current, 77
  • Fletcher, Mr. Alfred E., Retirement of, 532
  • Floods in the Avon Valley, 294
  • Floods and Frost, 199
  • Floods in Somersetshire, Mr. W. O. E. Meade- i King’s Proposal to Connect Bridgwater and Taunton by a Ship Canal, 113
  • Floods in the Thames Valley, 154
  • Flour Industry of Minneapolis, 29
  • Flying Machine, The, 32
  • Flying Machine, Professor Fitzgerald and the ' Lilienthal, 289
  • Foerster, Mr., On the Decomposition of Glass by Water, 263
  • Fog Signalling, 340
  • Foot-plate, On a Great Western, 472
  • Forbes, Professor Geo., Alternating and Interrupted Electric Currents, 396
  • Forbes, Professor Geo., Electrio Currents, 351
  • Forbes, Professor Geo., His Exhibit at the Royal Society Conversazione, 384
  • Forecasting of the Meteorological Office, Success¬ful, 329
  • Foreign-made Projectiles, 154
  • Forging Machine, Clutch and Reversing Gear, 186
  • Forging Press, Hydraulic, Swindon Works, 547
  • Formaline, an Active Disinfectant, 113
  • Formenophone, The, M. E. Hardy, 197
  • Foucault Pendulum at Dublin, 289
  • Foundry Cupolas? 99
  • Fowler, Mr. W. H., On Boiler Explosions, 124
  • Foxlee, Mr., His Retirement from Office, 113
  • Frameworks with Superfluous Parts, On the Calculation of, Mr. Maxam Ende, 89, 131
  • France, Aluminium Torpedo Boats for, 418
  • France, Automatic Carriage Trials in, 527
  • France, Exports and Imports of Manufactured Goods, 113
  • France, The First Railway in, on which the Motive Power is to be Changed from Steam to Electricity, 497
  • France, Glass Blowing in, 192
  • France, New Railway Works in, 29
  • France and Spain, Two New Lines between, 29
  • France and the United States, Population of, 177
  • Frazer, Mr. Alexander, Graphic Method of Re¬cording Weather Observations, 359
  • Free Trade or No Trade, 445, 474, 489, 511
  • Freezing Mixture, Mr. K. C. Edmund's Patent, 355
  • Freezing Quicksand by means of Compressed Air, 556
  • French Armoured Ships, Stability of, 425
  • French Battleships “Magenta” and “Hoche,” 70, 78
  • French Brewery, Tube Well at a, 535 i
  • French Cable between the French Red Sea, Port Obock, and Drjihoutil, 387
  • French Cruiser “ Friant,” Forced Draught Trials of the, 355
  • French Cruisers, Recent Trials of, 81
  • French Trade in Cycles, 1894, Total, 62
  • French Liners, The New, 66
  • French Navy, The New Shipbuilding for, 11
  • French Protected Cruiser “ Davout," The, 229
  • French Railways, Mileage of, 135
  • French Railway Receipts for 1894, 497
  • French Thomas-Houston Company, Electrical Tramway in Oporto, 497
  • Frenoh Warships, Extra Powers of Fire Extinc¬tion Provided for on, 135
  • French Western Railway Company, Electric Loco¬motives for the, 355
  • Friction Head, Average, in the Detroit Water Mains, 497
  • Friction of Water in Pipes, Mr. H. O. Enrich, 284
  • Frost of 1895 in Scotland, Mr. R. C. Mossman on the, 387
  • Frost, Floods and, 199
  • Frost, A Great, What it can Do, 314
  • Frost, The Great, and What it Did, 534
  • Frost of January and February, 1895, over the
  • British Isles, On the, 360
  • Frost Post, Hydrant, 133
  • Frost and Water Supply, 222, 223, 226, 252
  • Frosts and Water Supply, F. Botting on, 223
  • Fryer, Mr. Walter J., on the Practical Applica¬tion of Alternating Current Motors, 282
  • Fuel, Liquid, 57, 138
  • Fuels, Percentage of Nitrogen in, 441
  • Fuel, Railway and Canal Facilities for Handling the Increased Tonnage of, 11
  • Fuller, Mr. Edmond, His Award Relative to the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire, Rail¬way Extension, 219
  • Fuller, Mr. H. J., Hit Appointment, 387
  • Furpaoe, Mr. S. Jordan’s, 497
  • Furnace, Mr. W. D. Allen’» Improved 355
  • Furnace Plant, Our Idle, 58
  • Furnace Lubricator, Tbe, 335
  • Furniture Exhibition, The, 360
  • Fuses, British, for Modern Guns, 487
  • Fuses for Modern Guns, British, 33S
  • GAISBERG Rack Railway, The, 350
  • Gale of December, 1894, over the British Isles, Mr. C. Harding on, 59
  • Galton, Mr. Franck, Photograph» of Finger Prints, 384
  • Galloways, Limited, Messrs., Rolling Mill for the Johnson Co., Lorain, U.8.A-, 446, 453
  • Galvanising, Recent Improvements in, 491, 511
  • Gannon, Mr. W., Experiments on Electro-deposi¬tion, 62
  • Gas and Arc Lamps Extinguished and Lighted in the City of London, 219
  • Gas, Carriage of Compressed, 363
  • Gas Cylinders, Inquiry into and Report on the Manufacture, 4tc., of, 566
  • Gas Cylinders, Gentlemen Appointed to Report on the Manufacture, btc., of, 497
  • Gas, Discussion on the Newly Discovered, 76
  • “Gas-electric ” Explosion at Rochester, 113
  • Gas Engines and Centrifugal Pumps, 83
  • Gas Engines, Consumption of Gas by, 263
  • Gas Engine Difficulty, A Peculiar, 198
  • Gas Engine Driven Train Car System in Dresden, 506
  • Gas Engines, Exhaust from, 53, 84, 93, 117, 138
  • Gas Eogine, The Neil-Bennet, 381
  • Gas Engine Propelled Barge, “l’Idée,” 175, 176 209
  • Gas Engines, Southall's, 272, 285, 320, 363
  • Gas Eogiue, Southall's Ideal, Messrs. Hardy and Padmore, 272
  • Gas Engines v. Steam Engines, 222, 252, 266, 285, 341, 375
  • Gas, Explosion of Natural, U.S.A., 401
  • Gas Industry( Prizes Offered in France in Con¬nection with the, 135
  • Gas Light, New Incandescent, 311
  • Gas Manufacture, Coal Contracts for, 427
  • Gas Meters, Prepayment, 122
  • Gas Motors, Scavenger Charge in, 181
  • Gas Propelled Barge, M. Capelle’a, 252
  • Gas, Purifying Water, 507
  • Gas Supplied to the County of London, Week Ending May 25tb, 1895, 473
  • Gas Supply, 20
  • Gas Testings, Professor W. J. Dibdin’s Return of, 289
  • Gas Testings, London, 401
  • Gas, Testings of, Supplied to the County of London, 113
  • Gas Tramcars that Cut through Snow, 497
  • Gas, Water, 11
  • Gas, Water, Dr. Strachf on a Welxbach Mantle Worked with Ordinary, 11
  • “Gascogne,” Accident to the, 135
  • Gases, Bottles for Compressed, 431
  • Gases, Carriage of Compressed, 375
  • Gases, Kinetic Theory of, 7, 33, 139, 340
  • Gases, Liquefaction of, 396, 417, 468
  • Gases, Liquefaction of, Professor Dewar on the, 417
  • Gases, Safe Storage and Conveyance of, 332
  • Gange, Direct Reading Micrometer Wire, 429
  • Gauge, Electric Contact Micrometer, 310
  • Gauges, Glass Steam Boiler, 29
  • Gauge Glasses for High Pressure ? 35
  • Gauges, Railway, 375
  • Gear Steam Engines, 431, 445, 489
  • Genoa, New Dry Docks opened, 97
  • Geographical Congress, The Sixth International 329
  • Geological Field Class, The London, 329
  • Georgi, Herr M., His Mining Work, 62
  • Germany, Central Station in, Using the Continuous Current, 497
  • German East Africa, Proposal for Railway throngb, 532
  • German E»st Africa, Traffic Opened on the New Railway in, 289
  • German Railroad Commission, Respective Merits of Simple and Compound Locomotives, 113
  • German Railways, Second-class Sleeping Care on, 497
  • German Railway Statistics, Some, 197
  • German Torpedo Boats, Intended Re-arming of, 177
  • “Germanic’s” Record Passago, The White Star
  • Steamer, 498 Germany, Canals in, 359
  • Germany, Car Lighting in, 507
  • Germany, Oatput of Pig Iron in, 97
  • Gibb, Mr. Allan, On the Elimination of Imparities during the Process of Making Copper, 374
  • Gigantic Wheel at Earl's Court, Last Bolt driven in, 387
  • Giles, Mr. Alfred, 199
  • Girder Bearings, 291
  • Girders of the Bourse, Philadelphia, Weight of, 542
  • Girder Bridges in India, Rnlea for Working Stress on, 473
  • Girder Bridge, Tottenham and Forest Gate, Mr. C. Pain, 280. 288, 296
  • Girders for Indian State Railways, 230, 231
  • Glasgow Bridge, 4
  • Glasgow, Collision at St Enoch's Station, 329
  • Glasgow District Snrvey, 227
  • Glasgow v. Manchester, 267
  • Glasgow, Progress of Underground Works at, 83
  • Glasgow Weir, 101, 142
  • Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College, 381
  • Glass Blowing in France, 192
  • Glass, Classification of, According to Hardness, 423
  • Glass is made to Represent Polished Wood, Pro¬cess by which, 507
  • Glass, Silvering, 29
  • Glass Steam Boiler Gauges, 29
  • Glass, Tectorium, A Substitute for, 11, 62
  • Glass by Water, Decomposition of, 263
  • Glass Water Gaugee with Wire Glass Protectors 225
  • Glass Window Panes, Porous, 11
  • Gloasop, Sewerage Works for, 219
  • Glover and Company, Messrs. W. T., Mr. G. B.
  • Samuelson taken into Partnership by, 29
  • Glow Lamps, Testa of, Mr. Medley and Professor Ayrton, 146
  • (Joggles, Engineers', 387
  • Gold-bearing Quartz in the Isle of Man, 76
  • Gold Dredging, Water Power Applied by Elec¬tricity to, 223
  • (.'«old, Extraction of, by the Cyanide Process, Messrs. Charles Butters and Smart, 16S
  • Gold Extraction, Improvements in, 187
  • Gold Mines, On the Necessity of Competent
  • Geological Survey of, 515
  • Gold Mining Appliance?, Messrs. R, llornsby and Sons, 498
  • Goodman, Professor, Experiments with Anti¬friction Alloys, 374
  • Gortchakotf, M., His Report to the Czar on Elec- trio Railways, 532
  • Gotch, Professor, and Dr. H. 0. Forbes, The A/alapterurus electricus, 384
  • Governing Engine, 538
  • Governing and Priming Engines, 141
  • Governing of Steam Engines by Throttling, and by Variable Expansion, Captain II. R. Sankey, 351, 373, 3S5, 394, 400, 409
  • Governors, Steam Engine, 474
  • Grab Dredger, Steam, Leeds and Liverpool Canal, 356, 359, 375
  • Gradient Indicator, Mr. Wimshurst, 384
  • Grain Exports from Russia in one Week, 329
  • Grain, Shrinkage of, 263
  • Grand Canal Company, 260
  • Grand Junction Canal, 453
  • Granite Working Machinery and Appliances, Mr. T. M. Henderson, jun., on, 135
  • Graphic Calculations, Practical Curve Tracing for, Mr. A. H. Shield, 137
  • Graphic Mothod of Recording Woather Observa¬tions, 359
  • Graphites, M. H. Moissan on the Preparation of,
  • Graphite, M. Henri Moissan on the Varieties of, 76
  • Grapnels, Submarine, Messrs. Johnson and Phillips, 122
  • Grate “Burner,” 189
  • Grates, Rocking, for the Fire-boxes of Anthracite Coal Burning Engines, 401
  • Gratings Used in Photogravure, 329
  • Gravel, Mr. N., Underground Railway Project for Berlin, 289
  • Graving Dock on the Tyne, New, 59
  • Great Indian Peninsula Railway, 68 lb. Rails and Iron Sleepers, 263
  • Great International Congress, 1895, 219
  • Great Northern Engine, A New, 173
  • Great Western Railway, Bala and Festiniog Line Cleared, 155
  • Great Western Railway Bill, The, 289
  • Great Western Railway, Footplate on a, 472
  • Great Western Railway, Heating of their Rolling Stock, 11
  • Great Western Railway, History of the, 201, 337, 363
  • Great Western Railway Locomotive Works, “Short Time ” at, 263
  • Great Western Railway, Project of a Light Rail¬way, 11
  • Great Western Railway Works, Swindon (Supple¬ment, June 28th, 1895), 545, 546, 547, 555
  • Greener, Mr. John H., 311
  • Greener's Method of Protecting Iron and Steel Against Rust, 497
  • Griffiths, E. H., Latent Heat of Evaporation of Water, 242
  • Grinder, Twist Drill, 398
  • Gross, Dr., on the Electrolysis of a Solution of Mixed Nitrate and Sulphate of Silver, 97
  • Gronssel, M., His Proposal to Sink a Shaft of 1500 m., 556
  • Guatemala Railway, Opening of Portion of the Northorn, 497
  • Guatemala, Tenders for Construction of Railways in, Invited by the Government of, 532
  • Gubbins, Mr. R. R., Bellows made of Heat- resisting Fabric, 298
  • Guildford Lino Restored Through St. Katherine’s Tunnel, 289
  • Guildford Tunnel, Board of Trade Report on the Collapse of, 423
  • Gunboats for Madagascar, River, 76
  • Gunboats, SpaiD and Home-built, 427
  • Gunboats for the Spanish Navy, 473
  • Gun Factory, Washington, The, U.S. Naval, 372, 373, 380, 393, 402
  • Guns, British Fuses for Modern, 487
  • Guns, Japanese, at Yalu, 102
  • Gnns and Mortars tried at Sandy Hook, 441
  • Gun, The New Elswick Quick-tire, 165
  • Guns of Six Millimetre Calibre for the United States, 532
  • Gun Story, A, 550
  • Gun, Testing of a Light-Weight Maxim Rapid- firing, 556
  • Gun, 12in., On the “Excellent,” Recoil Springs replaced by Hydraulic Recoils, 387
  • Gnntz, Prof., his Mode of Obtaining Argon, 311
  • Gutta Percha, Prospect of Permanent Supply of, 532
  • HALL Signals on the Illinois Central Railway, 215
  • Hall and Co., Messrs. J. P., Vertical High-speed Engines, 352, 354
  • Halley, Mr. David, 29
  • Handyside and Co., Messrs. Andrew, The Lan-Ho Bridge, 377
  • Hanley, Extensions to the Electric Works at, 387
  • Hannssen, Mr. A., On Checking Engineering Calculations, 69
  • Harbours and Waterways, 1894,17
  • Harbours and Waterways :
  • Bristol, 453 Colombo, 176 Cork Harbour, 453
  • Grand Canal Company, 260
  • Grand Junction Canal, 453 Hartlepool, 260
  • Leeds and Liverpool Canal, 260
  • Libau, Harbour Works at, 97
  • Marseilles and Rhone Cana), 453
  • Mersey, The, 175
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour Board 260
  • New York, 176
  • Poole Harbour, 453
  • Royton Canal, 260
  • Severn, The, 453
  • Thames, The, 70
  • Thames and Severn Canal, 463
  • Wear, Tbe, 260
  • Year’s Dock and Hsrbour Trade, The, 176
  • Hat hour Works at Lilian, 97
  • Harbour Works at Riga and Odessa, 355
  • Harbour at Varna, Projected, 401
  • Harbour Works at Vera Cruz, 441
  • Hardening Steel Wire, Process for, 423
  • Harding, Mr. C., on the Gale of Dacember 21st, • 1894, 59, 135
  • Hardingstone Local Board, and the Sowage of Far Cotton and Cotton End, 497
  • Hardwood Sleepers, 209
  • Hardy, M., Method of Detecting Fire Damp by Sound, 401
  • Hardy, M. E., The Formonophono, 197
  • Hardy Patent Pick Company, Excavator for Blasting Coal and Tunnelling, 274
  • Hardy and Padmore, Messrs. Southall's Gas Engine, 272
  • Hardy Patent Pick Company, The Vibromotor, 508
  • Hartield and Company, Messrs., Windlass and Warping Capstan, s.s. “ Port Salisbury," 482, 483
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., Fire in thoir Works, 329
  • Harlem Ship Canal, New York, Opening of the, 532
  • Harrow, Mr. Wynne Edwards, 555
  • Hartlepool Breakwater, 260
  • Harvesting Machines, The Royal Agricultural Society's Prizes for, 29
  • Harveyed Armour Trial, 226
  • Haskin, Colonel S. E., Vulcanisation of Wool, 320
  • Haslam Foundry and Engineering Co., Refri¬gerating Plant, 61
  • Hatnorn, Davey, and Co.’s Pumps in China, 148
  • Hanghton, Mr. H. B , Presentation to, for Saving the “ Blackrock ” from Fire, 473
  • Havre, Bill for the Improvement of the Port of, 10
  • Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., Combined Crane and Locomotive, 398
  • Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co., Engines of the British and Colonial Steamship Company's New Cargo Steamers, 465, 466, 467
  • Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co., Launch of H.M.S. “Snnfish,”473
  • Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co., Testimonial to their Managing Director, 401
  • Hay, Mr. Robert, Water Power Applied by Electricity to Gold Dredging, 223
  • Hay Tedders, Bath and Western and Southern Counties Society’s Show, 493
  • Hay Waterworks, The, 29
  • Haycroft, Messrs. Ayrton and, On a Student’s Apparatus for Determining the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, 11
  • Hayden Medal Awarded to Professor Daubrée, 219
  • Heat, Bending of Rails in the United States by the, 556
  • Heat, Datermining tto Mechanical Equivalent of,
  • Heat, Economy of, M. Bandsept, Paper on, 97
  • Heat Engines, Experimental Study of, 379, 397, 422
  • Heat of Evaporation of Water, Latent, 242
  • Heat of Ice, Specific, 180
  • Heat, Waste, in Steam Cylinders, Initial Conden¬sation and, 305
  • Heaters, Feed-water, 270, 319
  • Heaters, Railway Feed-water, 267
  • Heating and Lighting Cars in the United States, Mr. C. H. Peterson on, 556
  • Heating Railway Carriages, Whether the Expense is Warranted, 135
  • Heating Railway Carriages by Steam, 245
  • Heating Railway Trains, 222
  • Heating Rolling Stock, The Great Western Rail¬way Co.’s Measures for, 11
  • Heats of Vaporisation of Various Organic Liquids, On the Measurement of the Latent, 87
  • Heavy Express Trains, 183, 208
  • Hebler’s New Bullet, 62
  • Heilmann Co., Electric Locomotives for the French Western Railway Co., 355
  • Heilmann Locomotive Trials, The, 441
  • Heliographic Prints, Exhibit of Modern Engi¬neering, 218
  • Helium, Professor Ramsay's Discovery, 263
  • Helmann, Professor G., On the Invention of the Barometer, 201
  • Helmholtz, Professor, Memorial to, 401
  • Henderson, Mr. Thomas, 174
  • Henderson, jun., Mr. T. M., On Granite Working Machinery, 135
  • Henry, M. Charles, Experiment on the Trans¬mission of Optical Signals, 387
  • Herbert and Co., Messrs., Full-way Combination Valve, 352
  • H.M. Armoured Cruiser “Immortality,” Refit and Completion of, 387
  • H.M. Cruiser “Melampus,” Defects Discovered in, 329
  • H.M. Gunboat “ Excellent,” Danger to, 245
  • H.M.S. “ Indefatigable,” Trial of Ordnance of, 62
  • H.M.S. “ Magnificent” and “ Majestic,” 5, 8
  • H.M.S. “ Majestic,” The Floating of, 112
  • H.M.S. “Majestic,” Sheathing of the Un-armoured Ends of, 244
  • H.M.S. “Marlborough,” Fire on, 329
  • H.M.S. “Renown,” 489
  • H.M.S. “ Royal Arthur,” 376
  • H.M.S. “ Sharpshooter ”and the Belleville Boiler, 315
  • H.M.S. “Sultan,” Approaching Steam Trial of, 62
  • H.M.S. “ Sultan,” Partial Refit of, 146
  • H.M.S. “ Sultan,” Results Obtained by Engines of, 497
  • H.M.S. “Terrible,” 442
  • H.M.S. "Terrible,” Launch of, 464, 471 H.M.S. “Vulcan,” 134
  • H.M. Ships “ Vulcan,”" Hood,”and “Trafalgar,” 167
  • H.M.S. “Victorious,” Soon to be Ready for Launching,” 473
  • II M. Torpedo Boat Destroyer “ Lynx," 155
  • H.M. Torpedo Boat Destroyer “ Sunfisb,” launch of, 473
  • Herreshoff, Messrs., Their Bid to the Spanish Government, 401
  • Hick, Hargreaves, and Co, Messrs., Compound Corliss Condensing Engines (Supplement, June 2Ut, 1895)
  • Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., Messrs., Compound Mill Engine at Saltaire, 34, 38
  • Hicks, Professor W. M., His Exhibit at the Royal Society's Conversazione, 384
  • High Duty Pumping Engines, 161
  • High Duty Steam Engines and the Action of Steam Jackets, 180
  • Higligate Hill Tramway, 483
  • Hill and Smith, Messrs., Galvanised Iron Troughs, Ac., 193
  • Hobart Electric Street Railway, The, 113
  • Hobson, Mr. J. A., On tbe Meaning and Measure of Unemployment, 269
  • Hoists, Safety Doors for, 272
  • Hoists, Safety Doors for, Messrs. Lomnitz and Duxbury, 273
  • Holborn to the Strand, Proposed New Street from, 432
  • Holden and Brooke, Messrs., Standard Combina¬tion Injector, 443
  • Holehonse and Morley's Patent Steam Pump, 122
  • Holland, Submarine Boat for the United States Navy, 355
  • Holland Torpedo Boat Company, Sec. Herbert’s Intended Contract with the, 29
  • Home Office Report on the Albion Colliery Explo¬sion, 270
  • Honduras, Extension of Railway from San Pedro to Pimiento, 387
  • Hontleur, Silting up of the Port of, 473
  • Hopkinson, Dr., His Exhibit at the Royal Society's Conversazione, 384
  • Hopkinson, Dr., On the Magnetisation of Iron by Electric Currents, 417
  • Horizontal Hydraulic PumpiDg Engines, 202
  • Hornsby and Sons, Messrs. R., 40-H.P. Oil Engine, 242
  • Hornsey Slnice, Professor Kennedy’s Report on a Pumping Engine at, 131, 140
  • Horse Power, A Professor on, 80
  • Hose between Eogine and Tender, and Tender and First-class, Average Life of, 556 Hot Water, On the Warming of Buildings by, 430
  • Hours of Telegraph Factory Hands, 154
  • Houses of Parliament, Drainage System of the, 526, 527
  • Houses of Parliament, Electric Lighting of the, 361
  • Howard’s Oil Engine, 554
  • Howden, Mr., on Boilers for the Navy, 357
  • Hudson River, Project for Cantilever Bridge over the,11
  • Hudson's Steam Condenser and Economiser, 243
  • Huggins, Dr. Williams, Spectroscopic Astronomy,
  • Hull and Barnsley Railway, Signalling Appliances on the, 239
  • Humber Co.’s Cycle Works, Beeston, The, 53,54, 56
  • Humboldt Engineering Co., Coal Washing Plant, Pvwell, Duffryn, and Co.’s Elliot Pits, 370, 371
  • Humphry, Tennant, and Co., Messrs., Engines of the Blanco Encalada (Supplement, January 4tk, 18y5), 4
  • Hungarian Minister of Commerce, Bill for New
  • Railways in Transylvania, 201 Hutchinson, Dr. C. T., on the Electric Locomo¬tive, Finished by the Baldwin Locomotive Works, 497
  • Hutchinson, Major-General, Presentation to, 62
  • Hydrant Frost Post, Lambeth Brass and Iron Co., 133
  • Hydraulic Lias Lime, Total Output of, by the South Wales Portland Cement and Lime Co., Limited, 263
  • Hydro-carbon Oils, Patent for Vaporising and Burning, 532
  • Hydrogen, Critical Temperature and Boiling Point of, 289
  • Hydrogen Wall, Mr. L. Pyke, 384
  • Hydro-Pneumatic LeachiDg Apparatus, Denne's, 203
  • Hygiene, Street Paving and, 7
  • Hysteresis in Iron, Magnetic Tester for, 384
  • ICE in a Boulder, Discovery of, 97
  • Ice-breaking Steamer “Saratovski Ledokoi," Trial Trip of the, 501
  • Ice by Cold Air Ice Machines, Average Produc¬tion of, 473
  • Ice, Specific Heat of, 180
  • Ice on the Volga, Railway Over the, 473
  • Ice and Water Pipes, 117,139
  • l’Idée, Gas Engine Propelled Barge, 175,176, 209, 252
  • Uluminant, Acetylene as an, 57, 84
  • Illumination of Lighthouses, Mr. Keigwin on the, 442
  • Illumination by Means of Water-gai, 473
  • “ Immisch Electric Launches,” The Pamphlet Entitled, 497
  • “ Imperieuse,” Trial Trip of the 201
  • Incandescent Gas Light, New, 311
  • Incinerators in India, Use of, 245
  • India, Jute Iodustry in, 289
  • Indian Head, Armour Plate Tests, 472, 473
  • Indian Railways, 29, 39, 43, 60, 76, 82, 83, 91,
  • 135, 154, 163, 174, 177, 230, 231, 240, 241, 245, 263, 289, 311, 329, 386, 387, 401, 423, 441, 473, 497
  • Indian Railways, Assam Public Works, 83
  • Indian Railways, The Bima-Guna Railway, 401
  • Indian Railways, Girders for, 82, 230, 231
  • Indian Railway Bridges, Rules for Working Stress on, 473
  • Indian Railways and Canal Works, 329
  • Indian Railways, Doubling the Line between Virar and Pulhar, 497
  • Indian Railways, Equalisation of Rates on Com¬peting Lines, 329
  • Indian Railways, Rolling Stock, Floors to be entirely of Wood, 76
  • Indian Railways, Extension of, 163,177, 289, 441
  • Indian Railways and Indian Capital, 29
  • Indian Railways, Light Draught Ferry Steamers, 240, 241
  • Indian Railways, Map of, 91
  • Indian Railways, Mogaung to Myitkina, 135
  • Indian Railways, Mushkaf-Bolan Railway, 83
  • Indian Railway, Narrow Gauge, 289
  • Indian Railways, New, 423
  • Indian Railways, Proposed Bridge over the Gogra, 401
  • Indian Railways, Reduction of Guaranteed In¬terest on Capital Employed in, 311
  • Indian Railways, Sibi to Quetta, 441
  • Indian State Railways, Sleepers for, 174
  • Indian Railways, Statistics of Bengal and tbe Punjab, 473
  • Indian Railways, Steel Colliery Wagons and Parts, 60
  • India, Survey Department of, Re-orgarisad, 497
  • Indian Railways, Underframes and Bodies for Covered Wagons, 386
  • Indian Railway, Wind-Cutting Shield on an, 245
  • Indicator, Reservoir Level, 243
  • Indicator Springs, Mr. J. C. S. Lawson’s Experi¬ments to Test, 284
  • Ingersoll-Sergeant Drills, Work Done by, in South Africa, 76
  • Initial Condensation and Heat Waste in Steam Cylinders, 305
  • Injectors, Locomotivo, 443
  • Innsbruck, Congress of Scientific Societies and Academies at, 155
  • Inland Waterways, Traction of Boats on, 481
  • Inspector of Weights and Measures in the City, Annual Report of, 401
  • Instability in Ships of War, 491
  • Institute of Brewino, The:—
  • Belgian Breweries and Brewing in Belgium,
  • Mr. G. M. Johnson, 464 Method of Determining the Extract of Malt,
  • Mr. A. L. Stern, 464
  • Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, The Tramways :—
  • Traction Up-to-Date, Mr. W. G. Laws on, 355
  • Institute, The Imperial, 219, 336
  • Institute, The Iron and Steel:—
  • Annual Meeting, Report of the Council, 405
  • Arrangements for tbe Annual Meeting, List of
  • Papers to be Read and Discussed, 354
  • Effect of Arsenic on Steel, Messrs. F. W. Harbord and A. E Tucker, 416
  • Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. David Dale, 405
  • Iron Ores of Elba, Mr. Herbert Scott, 417
  • Metal Mixers as Used at the Works of the
  • North-East Steel Co, Limited, Mr. Arthur Cooper, 405
  • Institute for Kingston, Technical, 76
  • Institute of Marine Engineers :—
  • Raising Wrecks and Sunken Vessels, Papers to be Read on, 33
  • Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engi¬neers, The North of England:—
  • Presentation to Mr. C. E White, 245
  • Institute, The South Staffordshire, 378
  • Institute of Technology, Boston, Torsion Test¬ing Machine, 76
  • Institute, The West of Scotland Iron and Steel:—
  • Election of Professor A. Humboldt Sexton as President, 355
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, The :— Annual Dinner of, 180, 263
  • Annual General Meeting, Report, and List of Awards, 488
  • Arrangements Consequi nt on the Rebuilding, 3o4
  • Boiler Explosions, Mr. W. H. Fowler, 124
  • Development of the Experimental Study of
  • Heat Motors -The James Forrest Lecture- Prof. W. C. Unwin, 219, 379, 397
  • Electrical Haulage at Earnock Colliery, Mr. Robert Robertson, 223
  • James Forrest Lecture, “ Development of the Experimental Study of Heat Engines,” Prof. W. C. Unwin, 219, 379, 397
  • Kidderpur Docks, Calcutta, Mr. W. Duff Bruce, 251
  • Mechanical and Electrical Regulation of Steam Engines, Mr. John Richardson, 124
  • Monistrol-Montserrat Rack Railway, Mr. Alfred Collett, 28
  • New Buildings, 49, 50, 51, 52, 55
  • Number of Members of all Classes on the Books of the, 289
  • Plant for the Extraction of Gold by the Cyanide Process, Messrs. Charles Butters and Edgar Smart, 168
  • St. Gothard Mountain and Stanzerhorn Rail¬ways, Mr. Sigvard Johnson Berg, 28
  • Steam Engine Economy, Condensing Engines. Mr. Hy. Davey, 320
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Messrs. Thornycroft and Barnaby 286
  • Usin Mountain Railway, Japan, Mr. C. A. Pownall, 28
  • Water Power Applied by Electricity to Gold Dredging, Mr. Robert Hay, 223
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Association of Birmingham Students :—
  • Annual Dinner, The Tenth,
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Glasgow Association of Students:—
  • Electric Tramways and District Railways, Mr.
  • John M. M. Munro, 177
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, The Man¬chester Association of Students:—
  • Outfall Sewerage Works of Moss Side, Man¬
  • chester, Mr. E. N. Bowdon, 333 Manufacture and Inspection of Railway
  • Carriage and Wagon Wheels and Axles, Mi. Norton, 256
  • Modern Permanent Way, Mr. C. G. Salter- thwaite, 294
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Newcastlb- upon-Tyne Association of Students :— Eighth and List General Meeting of the Session, 397
  • Evaporative Tests of Boilers, Mr. G. H. Sheffield. 326 ’
  • Newburn Bridge, Mr. Barker on, 4
  • Railway Level Crossings, Gates and Fencing. Mr. S. C. Bailey, 252
  • Sewage Purification, Mr. G. H. W. Rogers, 164
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Yorkshire Students’ Association :—
  • Report of the Council and Election of Officers. 310
  • Visit to the Leeds Forge Company, 551
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, The:— Remaining Meetings of the Session to be held at the Society of Arts, 322
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, The Man¬chester Association of Students in Con¬nection with :—
  • Eighth Annual Dinner, 96
  • Strengthening of the Dinting and Mottram Viaducts, Mr. L. V. Warhurst, 171
  • Superstructure of Railway Bridges, Mr. Con¬radi, jun., 217
  • Institute of Engineers and Naval Archi¬tects, The Hull and District:— signalling Appliances on the Hull and Barnsley Railway, Mr. R. Pawloy, 239
  • Some Remarks on Water-Tube Boileis, Mr. A. E. Seaton, 454
  • Institution of Junior Engineers, The :- Anniversary Dinner, 106
  • Marine Engine Design of To-day, Mr. Henry M. Rounthwaite, 67
  • Study of Alloys, Mr. Walter G. Macmillan, 323
  • Visit to Messrs. Maudslay, Sons, and Field's Works, 117
  • Visit to the Stations at Hampton of the South¬wark and Vanxhall, the Grand Junction, and the West Middlesex Waterworks, 5
  • Visits of the Members, 359
  • Warming of Buildings by Hot Water, The, Mr. H. J. Young, 430
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  • Anniversary Dinner, 373 General Meeting, 315
  • Elimination of Impurities duriDg the Process of Making Best Selected Copper, Mr. A lan Gibb, 374
  • Governing of Steam Engines by Throttling and by Variable Expansion, Capt. H. R. Sankey, 351, 373, 385, 394, 400
  • Pyrometric Examination of the Alloys of Copper and Tin, Mr. Alfred Stansfield, 374
  • Summer Meeting in Bristol, 173
  • Third Report to the Alloys Research Com¬mittee, Professor W. C. Roberts-Austen, 374
  • Institution of Mining Engineers, The Fede¬rated
  • Address of the President, Mr. W. N. Atkinson, 495
  • Banket Formation at Johannesburg, Mr. A. R. Sawyer's Remarks on, 496
  • Black Damp, Dr. John Haldine and Mr. W, N. Atkinson, 185
  • Canal Navigation, Papers to be Read at the Next Meeting on, 21
  • Change of Composition Produced in Air by Flames and by Respiration, Dr. Clowes, 496
  • Copper and Tin Deposits of Chota-Nagpore, Bengal, India, Mr. Robert Oats, 496
  • Gold-milling Process atPestarena, Italy, Mr. A. G. Charleston, 495
  • Limiting Explosive Mixtures of Various Com¬bustible Gases with Air, Dr. F. Clowes, 496
  • Magnetic Survey of the United Kingdom, Pro¬fessor A. W. Riicker, 496
  • Mining Explosives, Mr. Vivian B. Lewes, 495
  • Petroleum in Lower Alsace, Mr. L. Van Werveke, 496
  • Programme of Eighteenth General Meeting, 430
  • Sampling, Hand, Mr. J. Garland, 495
  • Sampling, Machine, Mr. T. Clarkson, 495
  • Search for Coal Over the East Boundary, Fault of the South Staffordshire Coalfield, Ac., Mr. T. G. Meacham, 185
  • Institution of Mining and Metallurgy Cyanide Practice, Mr. Alfred James, 418, 452 Mexican Mine, A, By Mr. Mr. Arthur C. Claudet, 406
  • Institution of Naval Architects :— Aluminium Torpedo Boat Built for tbe French
  • Government, Description of, by Mr. A. F. Yarrow, 305, 316
  • Amplitude of Rolling on a Non-syncbronous Wave, Mons. Emile Bertin, 504
  • Annoal Meeting in Paris, June 11-15, Papers to Read and Discussed at, 493
  • Cost of Warships, Dr. Francis Elgar, 525, 528 548, 549
  • Coupling Boilers of Different Systems, M. Pierre Sigaudy, 525, 538
  • Elements of Force in a Warship, Vice-Admiral P. H. Colomb, 283
  • Entertainment at St. Germain, 549
  • Induced Draught as a Means for Developing the Power of Marine Boilers, Mr. W. A. Martin, 364
  • Initial Condensation and Heat Waste in Steam Cylinders, Prof. R. H. ThurstoD, 305
  • Leading Article on the Paris Meeting, 558
  • Light Draught River Steamers, Mr. Geo.
  • Rickard, 305
  • L:gbt Scantling Steamers, Mr. B. Martell, 525
  • M. G. Meter, Mr. Archibald Denny, 504
  • Niclausse Water-tube Boiler, Mr. Mark Robinson, 559
  • Notes on Further Experience with First-class Battleships, Sir Wm. White, 281
  • President’s Opening Address, Lard Brassey, The, 281
  • Reception at the Palais d'Elysees, 549
  • Summer Meeting at Paris, 503
  • Solid Stream Forms and the Depth of Water Necessary to avoid Abnormal Resistance of Ships, Mr. D. W. Taylor, 305
  • Steam Pipes, Mr. J. T. Milton, 305, 341
  • Tonnage, Circulation of, M. V. Daymard, 504
  • “Vibrations of Higher Orders in Steamers,” and “ Torsional Vibrations,” Mr. Otto Schlick, 327, 335
  • Vibrations in Marine Engines, Method of Preventing, Mr. Mark Robinson and Captain H. Riall Sankey, 327, 332, 335
  • Vibrations of Ships and Engines, Mr. Mallock, 327, 335
  • Visit to the Belleville Boiler Factory, 548
  • Visit to tbe Eiffel Tower, and to the Society des Anciens Etablissement? Cail, 548
  • Visit to M. Raoul Pictet’s Laboratory, 525
  • Visit to the Workshops of M.M. Sautter,
  • Harlé and Co., The “Lightning Light”— their Speciality, 548
  • Water-tube Boilers, M. Normand, 548, 564
  • Wood and Copper Sheathing for Steel Ships, Sir Wm. White, 504, 506
  • Institution, The Royal—see Royal Institu¬tion :—
  • Institution, The Surveyors’:—
  • Light Railways, Mr. Arthur C. Pain, 167
  • International Railway Congress, 49
  • International Railway Congress to be Opened by
  • the Prince of Wales, 62 International Ship Canal Scheme, 39
  • Inundations in the Upper Thames, Meeting at
  • Windsor respecting the, 103 Inventor of the Turret. 511
  • Inwards, Mr. E., on Weather Fallacies, 59
  • Inwards, Mr. R., His Exhibit at the Royal
  • Society’s Conversazione, 384
  • Iodine Cell, On tbe Electromotive Force of an, 245
  • Ion Migration, G. Bredrig on, 62
  • " Iowa,” Oval Turrets for tbe U.S. Ship, 473
  • Ireland, Light Railways in—see Light Railways in Ireland
  • Irish Railway Working, 162
  • Iron with Air and Electricity, Process for Treating, 473
  • Iron from the Blast Furnace, Direct Puddling of the, 382
  • Iron Bridges in Switzerland after Thirty-eight Years’ Service, Experiments on the Metal of, 177
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 21, 40, 65, 84, 104, 126, 147, 169, 190, 210, 232, 254, 274, -299, 320, 342, 361, 389, 410, 432, 455, 476, 499, 518, 540, 565
  • Ironclads in the Neva, Five Incompleted, 497
  • Iron Industry, The Pig, io South Russia, 311
  • Iron, Instrument for Testing the Quality of, 515
  • Iron on Ladle Cars, Transport of Liquid Molten, 556
  • Iron, Magnetic Tester for Hysteresis in, 384
  • Iron, Magnetisation of, by Electric Currents, 417
  • Irish Mail Service, New Vessels for the, 514
  • Iron Manufacture, Cheapening Production in, 292
  • Iron Market, Rigging the, 292
  • Iron Ores of Elba, Mr. H. Scott on the, 417
  • Iron Ore from the lake Superior Mines, Ship¬ments of, 532
  • Iron Ore Shipments from Lake Superior Ports in Winter, 62
  • Iron Ore, Swedish, in Germany, 387
  • Iron Prices, Cornering British, 184
  • Iron Producing Regions in European Russia, 219
  • Iron Reservoir at Bordeaux, 30, 31
  • Iron Roof Over Stone Arch Railway Bridge, 263
  • Iron, Slow Changes in the Magnetic Permeability of, 289
  • Iron and Steel Industries, Changes in, since the Foundation of the Iron and Steel Institute, 405
  • Iron and Steel Railway Bridges, Facts Bearing on the Corrosion of, 556
  • Iron and Steel Against Rust, Protecting, 497
  • Iron and Steel Mills in West Pennsylvania, Advance in Rates of Wages, 423
  • Iron and Steel Production, British, American, and Continental, 514
  • Iron and Steel at Welding Temperatures, 239
  • Iron Tiles for the Siberian Railway, 473
  • Iron Trade of the Philadelphia District, 173
  • Iron Tunnels and Shield Construction, Messrs. Brunel, Cochrane, and Barlow v. Mr. Great- head, 29
  • Irrigation Work, Masonry in Tropical, 469
  • Isle of Man, Gold in the, 76
  • Italian Railways, Snow on, 62
  • Italy, British Engineering Firms at Naples, 110
  • Italy, Electric Roads in, 497
  • Italy, Steam Tramways in, 253, 297
  • Ivatt’s Speed Diagram, 505
  • Irrigation in Lincoln County, Neb., 556

JACOB, Mr. Arthur, 143 James, Mr. Alfred, on Cyanide Practice. 418, 452 James Forrest Lecture, The, 219, 379, 397, 422 Jane's Naval Annual, “ Per Mare," 423 “Janus,” Reed's Patent Water-tube Boilers ou the, 245 Japan, Coal Mining in, 151, 160, 173, 179, 182 Japan, Locomotives for, 35 Japan, Railway System of Yezo, 76 Japan, Usui Mountain Railway, Mr. C. A. W. Pownall, 28 Japanese Guns at Yaln, 102 “Jean Bart,"The, 229 Jennings, Mr. George, Reservoir Level Electrical Indicator, 243 “ Jigs ” for Connecting Rods and their Brasses, Messrs. Willans and Robinson, 307 “ Johannesburg,” The New Caps L’ner, 213

Johnson, Mr. G. M., Belgian Breweries and Brewing in Belgium, 464

Johnson Company, Lorain, U.S.A., Rolling Mill for the, 446, 453 Johnson, Matthey and C., Metals of the Platinum Group, 384 Johnson and Phillips, Messrs., Submarine Cable Grapnels, 122 Joints, Pipe, 352 Joints ( Strength of Rolled and Riveted, 340 Joints, Strength of Rolled and Riveted, 291 Joists, Strength of Rolled and Riveted, 375 Joly, Dr. J. F., Photographs in Natural Colours, 515 Jonage Canal, Tbe, 484 , 485, 486 Jones, Mr., On tbe Measurement of Magnetic Induction in Uniformly Magnetised Bars, 311 Jones, Mr. D., Express PasseDger Locomotive, Highland Railway (Supplement February IjZ, 1895), 90 Jopp, Mr. Charles, 326 Jordan, Mr. S., Economical Furnace, 497 “ Joveite,” The New Explosive, 311 Joy’s Valve Gear, 33 Juanacatlin, Mexico, Water Wheels at the Falls of, 97 Jubilee of Express Trains, The, 217 Janction Boxes, Explosions at, 33 Jungfrau, Proposed Railway up the, 11, 532 Jnte Industry in India, The, 289 Juto Trade in Dundee, and Calcutta Working Hours, 11

KAISER, Herr E., On Phenomena connected with the Mingling of Two Masses of Liquid, 76 Kansas City, Mo., and Kansas City, Kan., Rail¬ways Round, 387 Kaolin, White, in the Allair, France, 155 Karachi, Drainage Works for, 245 Karachi Harbour, State of, 251 Karikal-Perulam Railway, Company Formed in France to Construct, 329 Karwin Colliery, Silesia, Work Resumed, 113 “ Katahdin," Speed Trial of the, 401 Kater's Invariable Pendulum, Mr. E. F. J. Love on, 329 Kaye and Sons, Messrs. J., Locks, 284 Keeler, Professor, on the Rings Round Saturn, 329 Kegworth Waterworks, Tenders for, 124 Keigwin, Mr., Illumination of Lighthouses, 442 Keigwin, Mr. A. D., Manchester Ship Canal, 276 Kelly, Mr., on the Modern Locomotive, 124 Kendall’s Patent Full-way Combination Valve, 352 Kennedy, Profeswr, Report on a Pamping Engine at Hornsey Slnice, 131, 140 Kensington aod Knightsbridge Electric Lighting Co.’s Report, 135 Kent Uniform Flow Water Meter, The, 8 Kidderpur Docks, Calcutta, 251 Kinetic Theory of Gases, 7, 33, 139, 340 King and Gray, Messrs., on the Wanning of Buildings by Hot Water, 430 Kingston, Technical Institute for, 76 KiDgussie, Bridge over the Spey, 295, 298 Kites, their Uses in War, Lieutenant R. Baden-Powell on, 474 Koblravsch, Dr. Friedrich, His Appointment by the Emperor of Germany, 497 Kiinig, Professor, and Dr. Ruben, on the Distri¬bution of Energy in the Spectrum of a Triplex Burner, 556 Krauss Locomotive Works, Rack Rail Looomotive, Schafberg Railway, 91, 99 “ Krushite,” Mr. James T. Pearson, 198 Krasnovodsk, the Starting Point of the Central Asian Railway, 155 Kiihne, Mr. Hermann Junker's Patent Calori¬meter, 384 Kynoch and Co., Annual Meeting of Shareholders of, 497

  • LABOUR and Luxuries, 10, 33, 65, 73, 92, 139, 167, 208
  • Labour Opposition to Machinery, 383
  • Lackawanna Iron and Steel Co.’s Contract for Stoel Rails for California, 355
  • Lackawanna Iron and Steel Co., Rapid Rail Rolling Record Made by, 387
  • La Gascogne’s Mishap, 204
  • Lake near Leprignano, Formation of a, 329
  • Lake Superior Mines, Shipments of Iron Ore from the, 532
  • Lambeth Brass and Iron Company, Hydrant Frost Post, 133
  • Lambie, Mr. John, 113
  • Lambie, Mr. John, Ex. Pass. Eng., Cal. Railway
  • (Supplement, May 31s/, 1895), 407
  • Lamont, Secretary, Vetoes the Project for Canti¬lever Bridge over the Hudson, 11
  • Lamp Bulbs, New Process for Exhausting, 387
  • Lamp, “ l’Eclatant9,” Tbe New Wickless Petro¬leum, 155
  • I-ancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast Railway,
  • Opening of First Portion of, 497
  • Lanchester, Mr. F. W., his Addition to the Slide Rule, 384
  • Lan-Ho Bridge, China, The, 377
  • Lang’s Gear Cutter, Atlas Works, Glasgow, 157
  • Lang and Sons, Messrs. John, Makers of the
  • Cylinder Boring Device, Designed by Messrs. Willansand Robinson, 331
  • Lannery, M. S. de, on the Dilation of Water, 423
  • Latent Heat of Evaporation of Water, 242
  • Latent Heats of Vaporisation of Various Organic Liquids, On the Measurement of, 87
  • Lathes, Treadle, 84 Lathes, TnrniDg Attachment for, 516
  • Launches, Steam, at the Royal Aquarium, 316
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 40, 62, 67, 76, 81,
  • 87, 97, 107, 112, 129, 149, 171, 190, 193, 201,
  • 213, 235, 257, 263, 277, 289, 301, 323, 329,
  • 345, 367, 391, 401, 413, 430, 435, 457, 464,
  • 471, 479, 498, 501, 507, 521, 543, 567
  • Laundry Machinery, Mr. H. Coward on, 341
  • Laundry, Tenders for Steam, Mile End, 543
  • Laurie, Mr. A. P., On the Electromotive Force of an Iodine Cell, 245
  • Laws, Mr. W. G., Traction up to Date, 355
  • Lawson, Mr. J. C. S., on tbe Testing of Indicator Springs, 284
  • Leachiog Apparatus, Denne’s Hydro-pneumatic, 203

LEADERS

  • 1895, 13
  • Acetylene as an Illuminant, 57
  • American and Russian Petroleum, 403
  • Automatic Railway Signalling, 183
  • Baden Krupp Gan Accident, The, 120
  • Berthon's Collapsible Boats, 248
  • Bessemer Steel Production in tbe United Stites, 206
  • Boats, Berthon's Collapsible, 248
  • British, American, and Continental Iron and Steel Production, 514
  • British Metals and Foreign Competition, 358
  • British Mines in 1894, 248
  • Business is Business, 492
  • Cable Tramway Scheme for Edinburgh, 100
  • Carriage of Coal by Rail, Important Altera¬tions in, 143
  • Cheapening Production in Iron Manufacture,292
  • Chemical Industries, 534
  • Chemical Manufacture in the North, The, 535
  • Civil Engineering in 1894, 13
  • Coal Contracts and Engineering, 514
  • Coal Contracts for Gas Manufacture, 427
  • Coal Mining in Great Britain, 80
  • Coal Trade, The, 120
  • Collapsible Boats, Berthon’s, 248
  • Committee on Light Railways, 119
  • Conservation of Energy, The, 382
  • Contemporary Economy of the Steam Engine, 314
  • Concerning British Iron Prices, 184
  • Cyanide Patent Case, The, 335
  • Direct Puddling of the Iron from the Blast Furnace, 382
  • Doors or No Doors in Water-tight Bulkheads, 535
  • Eight Hours Movement, The, 470
  • Electrical Engineering, 1894, 18
  • Employment by Solicitors, 514
  • Engineering Fallacies, 36
  • Engineers and Ships of War, 205
  • English and American Steel Tubes, 315
  • English Coal and Foreign Shipments, 315
  • English Engineer measured by a French Stan¬dard, The, 358
  • Feed Water Heaters, 270
  • First-c’ass Battleships and Bilge Keels, 313
  • Four Months of British Trading, 448
  • Frost Can Do, What a Great, 314
  • Frost and Water Supply, 226
  • Gas Supply, 20
  • Girder Bearings, 291
  • Glasgow District Survey, 227
  • Glasgow Weir, 142
  • Governing Engines and Priming, 141
  • Harbour and Waterways, 1894, 17
  • Harveyed Armour Trial, 226
  • Heavy Express Trains, 183
  • High Duty Pumping Engines, 161
  • Home Office Report on the Albion Colliery Explosion, Tbe, 270
  • Howden, Mr., on Boilers for the Navy, 357
  • Imperial Institute, The, 336
  • Increased Armour Plate Production, 404
  • Indian Railway Extension, 163
  • Instability in Ships of War, 491
  • Institution of Naval Architects in Paris, 557
  • International Miners’ Congress, The, 513
  • Irish Railway Working, 162
  • Labour Opposition to Machinery, 383
  • Leicester Trade Dispute, The, 357
  • Light Railways, 35, 143
  • Liquid Fuel, 57
  • Locomotive Engine Boilers, 557
  • London and Foreign Fire Brigades, 142
  • London Gas Companies, The, 513
  • Loss of the “Elbe,” The, 100, 119
  • Low Prices in Shipbuilding, 142
  • Machinery Imports into China, 80
  • Machinery of our Ships of War, The, 100
  • Madagascar Flotilla, The, 271
  • Making of the Clyde, The, 80
  • Making of Steam, The, 247
  • Marine Department of the Board of Trade, 533
  • Masonry Dams, 162
  • Masonry in Tropical Irrigation Work, 469
  • Measures, Popular and Scientific, 336
  • Mechanical Engineering, 1894, 15
  • Merchandise Marks Act, The, 292
  • Metallurgy, 1894, 17
  • Mines, British, in 1894, 248
  • Modern Electricity, 79
  • More Miners than Work, 469
  • Navy Boilers, 426
  • Navy Estimates, The, 225
  • New Unionism at Work, The, 37
  • New Vessels for the Irish Mail Service, 514
  • New Wagon Regulations and the Coal Trade, The, 226
  • Official Reports on the London Water Question, 205
  • Our Idle Furnace Plant, 58
  • Paris Exhibition of 1900, 358
  • Paris Metropolitan Railway, The, 120
  • Parliamentary Procedure, 383
  • Parliamentary Procedure on Railway Bills, 426
  • Priming, and Governing Engines, 141
  • Professor on Horse-power, A, 80
  • Railway Accidents in 1894, 469
  • Railway Speeds, 36
  • Railway Working aDd Strikes, 206
  • Reducing Costs of Production, 162
  • Regulation of Mines, The, 447
  • “Rigging” the Iron Market, 292
  • River Tyne, The, 163
  • Sailing Ships, 184
  • Sailing Vessels, Steamers and, 337
  • Sanitary Engineering, 1894, 19
  • Stif-propelled Pleasure Carriagos, 533
  • Stability of French Armoured Ships, 425
  • Standards of Light, 447
  • Ships of War, Instability in, 491
  • Small arm Ammunition, 557
  • Spain and Home-built Gunboats, 427
  • Spurt in Shipbuilding, A, 58
  • Steam Engines Bill, The, 313
  • Steam Engine Problems, 448
  • Steam, The Making of, 247
  • Steam, The Work of, 491
  • Steamers and Sailing Vessels, 337
  • Steamship Fleet, A Great, 492
  • Steel v. Iron Fire-box Stays, 291
  • Street Explosions, 226
  • Taxation of Machinery and Ratepayers, 37
  • Thermodynamics, Physicists aud Engineers, 404
  • Tin Plate in Wales and the United States, 99
  • Trade Outlook, The, 100
  • Tramways on Mountain Roads, 248
  • Tyne, The, 163
  • Tyne River Works, The, 448
  • Unemployment, 226, 269
  • Utilisation of the Nile, 142
  • Utilisation of the Severn, The, 381
  • Vibrations of Steamships and Engines, 335
  • War Materiel, 1894, 16
  • Water Supply, 20
  • Water-tube Boilers and Colonial Planters, 403
  • What the Great Frost Did, 534
  • Work of Steam, The, 491
  • Work of Scotch Railways, 292
  • Yorkshire Miners’ Demonstration, The, 535
  • Leather Tires for the Army Cycles in place of India-rubber, 556
  • Lebel Rifle, Result of the Trials with, 219
  • Leblanc's Compound Sugar Mill, 38
  • Lse-Metford Magazine Rifle, Seamen and Marines of the Fleet to be equipped with, 62
  • Leeds Forge Company, Visit to the Works of the, 551
  • Leeds and Liverpool Canal, 260
  • Legal Intelligence :—
  • Attorney-General r. St. James’s and Pall Mall Electric Lighting Company, 223
  • Carl Pieper's Patent, 406 Cassel Gold Extracting Company, Limited
  • The Cyanide Gold R aco very Syndicate, Limited, and Others, 339
  • Nobel’s Explosives Company, Limited r. Ander¬son, 209
  • Shelter v. Tbe City of London Electric Lighting
  • Company, and Meux’s Brewery Company r. the same, 506
  • Shoe Machinery Company, Limited r. Cutlan, 529
  • Wise v. The Metropolitan Electric Supply Com¬pany, 272
  • Lehigh Valley Railway Company, Rocking Grates used by tbe, 401
  • Leicestershire, Early Tramroads and Railways in, 230
  • Leicester Electricity Works (Supplement, June 21st, 1895), 531, 535
  • Leicester Station, Gas Engine Electric Lighting Plant, 327, 334
  • Leicester Trade Dispute, The, 357
  • Leicester Tramways Company, Summonses against the, 113
  • Leigh and Southern Central Lancashire Railway Bill thrown out, 441
  • Leighton Buzzard Water and Sewerage Works,
  • Laying of Memorial Stone of the Water Tower, 473
  • Lens Colliery, The Rateau Fan at the, 451, 452
  • Lepierre, M. Charles, Action of Rays of Light upon the Chromogenic Power of Microbia, Leprignano, Formation of Lake near, 329

LETTERS to the Editor

  • Acetylene as an Illuminant, Frank Wright, 84
  • Agricultural Society of Vienna, The, F. Stockinger, 117
  • Aluminium? F. O. F., 225
  • Aluminium Tubes? H. G. 8., 99
  • American Breweries, London Brewor, 209
  • Ancient Railway Relics, G. A. Sekon, 538
  • Automatic Railway Signalling, Signal Engineer, 319
  • Automatic Signalling, E. E. Russell fratman, 284
  • Pelleville Boilers in the Mercantile Marine, Navalis, 474
  • Belleville Boilers in the United States, Robert Logan, 341
  • Belleville Boilors in the United States, Miers Coryell, 252
  • Belleville Boilers in the United States, N. E., 252
  • Belleville and Scotoh Boiler, The, Ralph Hart Tweddell, 10
  • Benham Top, The, C. E. Basevi, 267, 445
  • Benham Top, The, Chas. E. Benham, 209, 375, 474
  • Benham Top, The, M. A., 363
  • Bicycle Mechanical Engineering, Kuklos, 511
  • Boiler Accidents, Blind Flange, 92
  • Boilers in the Navy, John Brown and Co., Ld., 445
  • Boilers in the Navy, Thomas Hill and Co., 400, 431
  • Boilers in the Navy, E. Petersen, 400
  • Boilers in the Navy, Superintendent Engineer, 374
  • Boilers in the Navy—tee also Navy Boilers
  • Bottles for Compound Gases, Charles Herbert, 431
  • Brick Kilns? A. B., 141
  • Brush-making Machinery? C. W. T., 225
  • Bus3 or Best Governor? R. S. O., 491
  • Calculating Slide Rules? G. G. S., 357
  • Cantilever Strains ? Rosquare, 513
  • Carriage of Compressed Gas, F. R. M. Bonell, 363
  • Carriage of Compressed Gases, H. Joshua Phillips, 375
  • Century Old Engine, A, E. C. G., 474
  • Chain Cables, (For Henry P. Parkes and Co.,
  • George Barklam), 222
  • Cherry’s Calculator, Henry Cherry, 181
  • Collision with Lock Gates, Robert McGlasson, 583
  • Cocoanut Matting Machinery ? H. G., 119
  • Compound Conorete and Steel Bridges, M. W. D.
  • Contract for Portsmouth Docks, 14 and 15, John Price, 93
  • Contraction of Mud by Drying ? A,. P., 469
  • Correction, A, Otis Elevator Company, Limited, 363
  • Cost of a Bridge ? The, Oxford, 381
  • Cut-Nail Machinery ? Manufacturers, 247
  • Cutting and Bundling Liquorice Root ? A. L., 381
  • Delivery of Air to Bessemer Converters ? Air, 557
  • Dr. Angus Smith’s Composition for Coating
  • Pipes and Castings ? B. D., 225
  • Donaldson's Oil Mill ? T. C. M., 403
  • Dust Fuel ? Fine Carbon, 381
  • Early Light Railways, W. R. Paley, 444, 488
  • Economical Engines, Andrew Alison, 181
  • Electrical Drilling Machines at Portsmouth Dockyard, Fred. John Rowan, 93
  • Electricity in Tin Plate Manufacture, W. Step¬ney Rawson, 489
  • Enamelling Iron ? Irish Reader, 425
  • Enamelling Pipes ? J. B., 357
  • Engine Governing, W. Walker, 538
  • Engineering in Ships of War, C. P., 222
  • Engines for Electric Lighting, Mark Robinson, 93
  • English and American Locomotives, Veritas, 71
  • English and American Wood-working Machi¬nery, Jsneas Smith, 7
  • Estimating Earthwork? J. E. B., 335
  • Exhaust from Gas Engines, Bib Cock, 84
  • Exhaust from Gas Engines, Crossley Brothers, Limited, 93
  • Exhaust from Gas Engines, Enquirer, 93
  • Exhaust from Gas Engines, R. J., 117
  • Exhaust from Gas Engines, Onlooker, 53, 138
  • Exhaust from Gas Engines, J. D. Roots, 138
  • Explosions at Junction Boxes, D. J., 33
  • Extracting Tan from Oak Bark, E. P., 57
  • Face Hardened Armour, A. A. Ackermann, 538
  • Feed Water Heaters, C. J. Brown, 319
  • Filters at the Say Sugar Works, Thwaites Brothers, Limited, 7
  • Fire Box Stays, J. D., 313
  • Fire Box Stays, Stay Bolt, 146
  • Flying Machine, The, Robert McGlasson, 32
  • Fog Signalling, L. F. G., 340
  • Forty-ton Gun, Erroneous Report on (For Sir W. G. Armstrong and Co., Limited), Edw. W. Lloyd, 341 Foundry Cupolas? S., 99
  • Free Trade and No Trade, W. Bulstrode, 474
  • Free Trade and No Trade, W. A. S. B., 489, 511
  • Free Trade and No Trade, A Trader, 445
  • Free Trade and No Trade, A. WilliamsoD, 489, 511
  • Free Trade and No Trade, X., 511
  • Frost and Water Pipes, R., 167
  • Frosts and Water Supply, F. Batting, 222
  • Frost and Water SupDly, W. A. S. B., 252
  • Furness Lubricator? 'The, D. P., 335
  • Gas Engine Propelled Barge, ‘’l’ldee,” B. H. Thwaite, 209
  • Gas Engines r. Steam Engines, Anthracite, 266
  • Gas Engines v. Steam Engines, Arthur Bollinckx, 222, 266, 341
  • Gas Engines v. Steam Engines, Ed. Delamare-Deboutteville, 285, 375
  • Gas Engines v. Steam Engines, J. Emerson Dow8on, 266
  • Gas Engines v. Steam Engines, J. H. Hamilton, 252
  • Gas Engines v. Steam Engines, J. W. Hartley, 285
  • Gas Engines v. Steam Engines, Internal Com¬bustion, 252
  • Gas Engines v. Steam Engines, I. C. R. O., 252
  • Gauge Glasses for High Pressure ? S. F. G., 35
  • Gear Steam Engines, J. Dunlop, 489
  • Gear Steam Engines, The, Colonial Engineer, 431
  • Glasgow v. Manchester, D. S. V., 267
  • Glass Water Ganges with Wire Glass Pro¬tectors, A. S. D., 225
  • Hardwood Sleepers, Wm. T. Foxley, 209
  • Heating Railway Trains, Robert Bell, 222
  • H.M. Ships “Vulcan,” “ Hood,” and “Trafal¬gar,” Robert McGlasson on, 167
  • Heavy Express Trains, A. B., 208
  • Heavy Express Trains, E. B. D., 208
  • Heavy Express Trains, W. H. M. E., 208
  • High Duty Steam Engines and the Action of Steam Jackets, Geo. T. Pardoe, 180
  • History of tbe Great Western Railway, W. P. M., 363
  • History of the Great Western Railway, G. A. Sekon, 363
  • History of tho Portable Engine, J. W. B., 208
  • Ice and Water Pipes, Jack Frost, 117
  • Ice and Water Pipes, S. M. S., 139
  • Ice and Water Pipes, Chas. L. Wilkin, 139
  • International Railway Congress, W. M. Acworth, 474
  • Inventor of the Turret, The, C. 8., 511
  • Joy’s Valve Gear, 1). Joy, 33
  • Kinetic Theory of Gases, C. E. Basevi, 7, 33, 139, 340
  • Kinetic Theory of Gases, Average Time Interval between Collisions and LeDgth of Free Path, C. E. Basevi, 7, 139
  • Labour and Luxuries, W. A. S. B., 33, 92, 139, 208
  • Labour and Luxuries, Capel Court, 10, 92, 167
  • Labour and Luxuries, H. Leopold, 10
  • Labour and Luxuries, H. L., 73
  • Labour and Luxuries, W. R. L , 65
  • Labour and Luxuries, Evacuates A. Phipson, 139, 208
  • Labour and Luxuries, Chas. Spackman, 10
  • Labour and Luxuries, Y. X., 73
  • Lift Accident at Lloyd’s, John M. Garvey, 223
  • Light and the Benham Top, M. A., 146, 181
  • Light and the Benham Top, C. E. Basevi, 167
  • Light Railways, W. M. Acworth, 181
  • Light Railways, A. J. Hamilton-Smythe, 65
  • Light Railways in Ireland, G. A. E. Hickson,
  • Light Railways and Tramways, Zero, 166
  • Liquid Fuel, Taite and Carlton, 138
  • Locomotive Cranes, C. Brown, 431
  • Locomotives for JapaD, Takata and Co., 35
  • Locomotives and Trains, Percy Caldecott, 73
  • Locomotives and Trains, E. B. D., 72
  • Locomotives and Trains, Wm. Edwards, 32
  • Locomotives and Trains, D. Joy, 73
  • Locomotives and Trains, Norman D. Macdonald, 73, 222
  • Locomotives and Trains, Louis G. Maynall, 65
  • Locomotives and Trains, J. A. P., 53
  • Locomotives and Trains, Chas. Rous-Marten, 10
  • Locomotives and Trains, Sydney Shedden, 139
  • Locomotives and Trains, Clement E. Stretton, 32, 64,73, 116
  • Locomotives and Trains, H. Reginald Sutton, 32
  • Locomotives and Trains, W. S., 53, 92, 167
  • Locomotives and Trains, W. B. Thompson, 32, 73, 92
  • Locomotives and Trains, F. Turton, 10
  • Locomotives and Trains, A. Warburton, 73, 139,181
  • Locomotives and Trains, F. G. W., 73
  • London and South-Western Express Loco¬motives, E. B. D., 819
  • Machinery for Cottmg Combs ? A. W., 161
  • Machinery for Cutting Corks ? A. W., 161
  • Machinery for Extracting Fish Oil ? H. J. W., 99
  • Machinery for Making Lead Pellets and Shot I W. S., 513
  • Machinery for Making Seamless Drawn Tubes ? G. T., 425
  • Match Box Making Machinery ? H. H., 513
  • Mechanical Carriages, John Henry Knight, 529
  • Melloid, The Phosphor Bronze Co., 400
  • Mild Steel and Cast Iron Columns ? P. E. C., 291
  • Modern Electricity, G. P., 138
  • Modern Naval Battle, A., Pig Tail, 65
  • Montreal Bridge, W. H. T., 117
  • More Miners than Work, Benjamin C. Browne, 511
  • Navy Boilers, Laird Brothers, 363
  • Navy Boilers, Superintendent Engineers, 374
  • Neil-Bennett Gas Engine, M. J. W., 381
  • New Patent Law for Portugal, W. P. Thomp¬son and Co., 320
  • New-street Station, Birmingham, C. R. S. Kirkpatrick, 267
  • Nut-Locks, J. S. V. Bickford, 319
  • Oil Engines and the Cambridge Trials, Internal Combustion Engine, 285
  • Old Portable Engines, W., 252
  • Patent Bill, The New, J. Sinclair Fairfax, 400
  • Patent Bill, The New, A Forty Years’ Patent Agent, 400
  • Pitchometer, A Simple, John C. Bull, 431
  • Portland Cement, James Morris, 146
  • Portland Cement Industry, James Morris, 93
  • Portland Cement Industry, The, Percy J. Neate, 117
  • Promenade Pier and Hall, Blankenberghe, Belgium, E. Wyhowski, 431
  • Propellers of the “Standart,” The, The Delta Metal Co., 400
  • Proposed Association of Portland Cement Manufacturers, Macevoy and Holt, 33
  • Quick Locomotive Building, R. Atkinson, 181
  • Quick Locomotive Building, James Campbell, 33
  • Quick Locomotive Building, Erector, 53
  • Quick Locomotive Building, The Hunslet Engine Co., 73
  • Railways in Ceylon, F., 146
  • Railway Feed-water Heaters, Franz A. Thayer, 267
  • Railway Gauges, W. P. M., 375
  • Recent Improvements in Galvanism, Rich. Heathfield, 511
  • Red Lead or White Lead Paints? Foreman Painter, 425
  • Reducing the Cost of Production, C. P., 181
  • Revised Board of Trade Regulations Under Electric Lighting Acts, 1882,1888, E. Garcke, Kenric B. Murray, 489
  • Rigidity of Path Projectiles, The, Vitacamirs,
  • Royal Agricultural Society of England Trials of Oil Engines, On Trial, 53
  • Safety Lift Appliances, Ed. C. De Segundo, 223
  • Safety Lift Appliances, P. A. Sharman, 267
  • Safety Lift Appliance, R. Waygood and Co., 252
  • Scavenger Charge in Gas Motors, E. G. Allison, 181
  • Shamokin Boiler Explosion, Pennsylvania, John Batey, 180
  • Should Chimneys Reck, W. Cooper, 73
  • Should Chimneys Rock ? J. Gilchrist, 11C
  • Should Chimneys Rock ? Rocker, 116
  • Should Chimneys Rock ? W. H. Thorpe, 73
  • Siberian Railway, Ivan Andrejew, 208
  • Signalling on Railways, J. C. Chapman, 363
  • Slide Rule Makers? G. G. S., 425
  • Sodium Fluoride? F. I. H., 13
  • Southall's Gas Engines, Hugh Campbell, 285, 363
  • Southall’s Gas Engines, Joseph Southall, 320
  • South-Eastern Railway, The, Clement E. Stretton, 529
  • Specific Heat of Ice, Wm. H. Harrison, 180
  • Speed of Steamships, The Record, 469
  • Steatite, E. L. 8., 403
  • Steam Engines Bill, Engineer, 319
  • Steam Engines Bil), R.M., 319
  • Steam Engines and Boiler Attendants’ Bill, George T. Pardoe, 489
  • Steam Engines and Boilers Bill, Engineer, 400
  • Steam Engine Economy, Wm. H. Harrison, 285
  • Steam Engine Governors, George T. Pardoe, 474
  • Steam Grab Dredger, Leeds and Liverpool Canal, H. A. Phillips, 375
  • Steam Pipes, J. T. Milton, 445
  • Steam Rents, Inquirer, 57
  • Steam Rents, G. F. Ransome, 79
  • S.S. “North-West,” Marine Engineer, 146
  • Steamship Resistance, R. de Villamil, 319
  • Steel Stays, T., 167
  • Street Paving and Hygiene, W. B. Bromley, 7
  • Strength of Rolled and Riveted Joists, Edward J. M. Davies, 340, 375
  • Strength of Rolled and Riveted Joints ? Puzzled, 291
  • Stresses in a Polygonal Truss, Chas. Dean, 72, 92
  • Stresses on a Polygonal Truss, D. W. M., 85
  • Swing Bridges, Engineer, 469
  • Testing Railway Axles, A.. Linton Logan, 474
  • Theory of Conservation of Energy, The, H. A. Cookson, 431
  • Theory of the Steam Engine, Peter Alexander, 6, 91, 116, 139, 166, 180
  • Theory of the Steam Engine, Henry Cherry, 32, 92
  • Theory of the Steam Engine, Maurice Cross, 32, 116, 166, 208, 223, 252
  • Theory of Steam Engine, J., 84
  • Thompson and Marsden Recorder, The, E. D. Thomas, 116
  • Thrust Bearings, Stephen H. Terry, 6, 33
  • Thrust Bearings, W. Walker, 33
  • Tin-plate Trade, The, Nemo, 117
  • Tin-plate Trade, The, Observer, 167
  • Traction Engines, Isaac W. Boulton, 93
  • Traction Engines, C. T. B., 6
  • Traction Engines, Walter J. Fletcher, 7
  • Traction Engines, E. C. G., 33
  • Traction Engines, Experientia, 116
  • Traction Engines, J. and H. McLaren, 6
  • Traction Engines on Common Roads, J. W. B., 181
  • Tramways on Mountain Roads, A. Percival Heywood, 267
  • Transmission of Heating Gas over Long Distances, Economy, 73
  • Treadle Lathes, A. H. Roylance, 84
  • Treating Ramie Fibre, Hy. Hemans, 117
  • Trip Gear Steam Engines, Robey and Co., 445
  • Unarmoured Ends in Battleships, Thin Armour, 284
  • Utilisation of Niagara, Ed. C. de Segundo, 223
  • Utilisation of the Severn, The, E. D. Marten, 400
  • Walker Wilkins Non-polarising Battery ? The, E. G. T., 469
  • Water Supply Pumps Driven by Oil Engines? Borough Engineer, 225
  • Water-tube Boilers for the Colonies, Conrad Knap and Co., 431
  • Water-tube Boilers in the Navy, N. E , 340
  • Willans and Robinson's Works, Messrs., J. C. Peache, 363
  • Willans and Robinson’s Works, Messrs., Mark Robinson, 375
  • Work of Steam, The, Michael Longridge, 474, 520
  • Work of Steam, The, W. H. Shaw, 529
  • Level Crossings, &c., Mr. S. C. Bailey on, 252
  • Le Verrier, Mons. U. L., On the Blast Furnace Condensation of Dust and Metallic Fumes, 597
  • Lewes, Mr. Vivian B., On Mining Explosives, 495
  • Lewes, Professor V. B., Preparation of Acetylene
  • from Calcic Carbide, 384
  • Liban, Harbonr Works at, 97
  • Lichfield, Proposed New Railway, 263
  • Lifebuoys with Electric Glow Lamp, German Manufacture, 62
  • Lift Accident at Lloyd’s, 203, 223
  • Lift Appliances, Safety, Ed. C. de Segundo, 223
  • Lifts, Passenger, Mr. S. h Court, 252
  • Light and the Benham Top, 146, 167, 181, 209
  • Light Draught Ferry Steamers, Indian State Railways, 240, 241
  • Light Draught River Steamers, Mr. George Rickard, 305
  • Light Draught Steamboats for Africa, 379
  • Light or Narrow Gauge Railways, Average Earn¬ings of the Swedish, 355
  • Light Railways, 11, 33, 76, 95 , 97, 113, 119, 135,
  • 143, 158, 159, 166, 167,181,188, 204, 259, 279,
  • 325, 388, 444, 488 Light Railways, Early, 444, 488
  • Light Railway at Barnstaple, 76
  • Light Railways in Belgium, and Map Showing, 259, 279, 325
  • Light Railways in Great Britain, 388
  • Light Railways, Great Western Railway Com¬pany and, 11
  • Light Railways in Ireland, 33
  • Light Railways for Wales, 135
  • Light Railways, Mr. W. M. Acworth on, 113, 158, 159
  • Light Railways, Mr. Bryce on, 97
  • Light Railways, by P. W. Meik, 188
  • Light Railways, Arthur C. Pain on, 167
  • Light Railways, Report of Committee of Confer¬ence, 95, 119
  • Light Railways, The Royal Agricultural Society’s
  • Circular Respecting, 11
  • Light Railways and Tramways, On Parliamentary Procedure as Affecting, 204
  • Light Railways—tee also Railways, Light Light Scantling Steamers, Mr. B. Martell, 525
  • Light, Standards of, 447
  • Lighthouse, Dover, New, 311
  • Lighthouse at Dover, Laying of the First Stone of a New, 507
  • Lighthouse at Paris Island, Bon Royal Sound, S. C., 556
  • Lighthouse, Rattray Head, 322
  • Lighthouses in the World, 263
  • Lighting of Railway Cars in Germany, 507
  • "Lightning Light” for Mineral Oil, A, 548
  • I.ilienthal FlyiDg Machine, Prof. Fitzgerald's Experiments with a, 289
  • Liners, The New French, 66
  • Lippmann, M. G., on the Celostat, 497
  • Lippmann, M. G., on the Measurement of Time in Astronomy, 252
  • Liquefaotion of Gases, 468
  • Liquefaction of Gases, Professor Dewar of the, 396, 417
  • Liquid Fuel, 57, 138
  • Liquids Holding Solid Substances in Solution, On the Critical Point of, 113
  • Lissajon's Curves, Dr. H. T. Oosting’s Contri¬vance for Producing, 441
  • Lister & Co., Messrs. R. A., Dairy Machinery, 493

LITERATURE:

  • American Brewery Plant, by Professor Schwackhüfer, 100, 121
  • American Electrical Street Railways, their Con¬struction and Equipment, with Notes on the Cost of Installation and Maintenance, and of the Advantages of Electrical Traction compared with other Methods, by Killing- worth Hedges, 59
  • The British Fleet: the Growth, Achievements and Duties of the Navy of the Empire, by Commander Charles N. Robinson, R.N., 37
  • Calcareous Cements: their Nature and Uses, with some Observations upon Cement Test¬ing, by Gilbert R. Redgrave, 293
  • Catalogue of the Exhibit of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company in the World’s Columbian Exhibition, 143
  • Chemical Analysis of Oils, Fats, and Waxes, Professor R. Benedikt, 359
  • Cyanide Process for the Extraction of Gold, and its Practical Application on the Wit- watersrand Gold Fields in South Africa, M. Eissler, 315
  • Development of the Locomotive: A Popular History, by Clement E. Stretton, 58
  • Electrical Engineering as a Profession: How to Enter it, and Guide to the Engineering Pro¬fession, by A. D. Southam, 143
  • Elementary Properties of Elliptic Functions, by Alfred Cardew Dixon, 81
  • Elementary Treatise on Theoretical Mechanics, Part III.: Kinetics, by Alexander Ziwet, 249
  • Elliptical Orbits, by Henry Larkin, 101
  • Engineer’s Year Book of Formulie, Rules,
  • Data, Tables, and Memoranda in Civil Marine, and Mine Engineering, by H. R. Kempe, 249
  • Face Hardened Armour, by Lieut. Ackermann, 449
  • Geometrical Conics, by Charles Smith, 249
  • History of the Great Western Railway, being the Story of the Broad Gauge, G. A. Sekon, 337
  • History of the Tower Bridge, and of other Bridges over the Thames Built by the Cor¬poration of London, including an Account of the Bridge House Trust from the Twelfth Century, Based on the Records of the Bridge House Estates Committee, by Charles Welch, and J. Wolfe Barry, with Introduction by the Rev. Canon Benham, 163
  • Illustrated Modern Art and Literature, Monthly, 59
  • Indicator and its Practical Working, The, by A. G. Brown, 293
  • Integral Calculus for Beginners, by Joseph Edwards, 249
  • Marches of Wales, by Charles G. Harper, 249
  • Mechanics for Colleges and Schools: Statics, R. T. Glazebrook, 337
  • Mechanics and Dynamics: An Elementary Text¬book, by R. T. Glazebrook, 163
  • Metallurgy of Gold, The, by T. Kirk Rose, 227
  • Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of
  • Civil Engineers, vols. exv., exvi., exvii., cxviii., with Forty Plates, 206
  • Motive Powers and their Practical Selection, by Reginald Bolton, 492
  • Naval Annual for 1895, by Lord Brassey, 427, 470
  • Our Locomotives, by J. F. S., 558
  • Photographic Lenses, by John A. Hodges, 248
  • Plating and Boilermaking, by A Foreman Pat¬tern Maker, 185
  • Popular Engineering, by F. Dye, 207
  • Proceedings of the South African Association of Engineers and Architects, vol. i., 227
  • Progress of Science: Its Origin, Course, Pro¬moters, and Results, by J. Villin Marmery, with an Introduction by Sam. Laing, 143
  • Safe Building, A Treatise, by Louis de Coppet Berg, 185
  • South-Eastern Railway, The, by G. A. Sekon, 514
  • South Eastern Railway : Its Passenger Services, Rolling Stock, Locomotives, Gradients, and Express Speeds, by the Author of “ British Railways,” 535
  • Steam Engine and other Heat Engines, by J. A. Ewing, 58
  • Steam and the Marine Steam Engine, by John Yeo, 163
  • Steam Power and Mill Work Principles and Modern Practice, by Geo. W. Sutcliffe, 293
  • Telephone System of the Continent of Europe The, by A. R. Bennett, 558
  • Text-book of Mechanical Engineering, by Wilfrid J. Lineham, 81
  • Theoretical Mechanics: Solids, by Arthur ThorntoD, 249
  • Traité Pratique de la Construction des Machines A Vapeur Fixes et Marines, by Maurice Demoulin, 514
  • Traité Théorique et Pratique des Moteurs h Gas et h Pétrole, par Aimé Witz, 383
  • Tramways : Their Construction and Working, &c., by D. Kinnear Clark, 207
  • Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, vol. xv., 271
  • Treatise on Bessel Functions and their Appli¬cation to Physics, by Andrew Gray and G. B. Matthews, 315
  • Treatise on Industrial Photometry, by A. Paia?, 293
  • Watt’s Dictionary of Chemistry, Revised and Entirely Re-writtcn by M. M. Pattison Muir and IL Foster Morley, 81
  • Works’Managers’ Handbooks of Modern Rules, Tables and Data for Civil and Mechanical Engineers, Millwrights, and Boiler Makers, Ac. Ac., by W. S. Hutton, 404
  • Zur Frage der Ingenieur Erziehung, Von Prof. A. Riedler, 227
  • Liverpool, Improvement of the Victoria Tunnel in, 76
  • Liverpool Lifeboat Service, Telegraphio and Telephonic Communication with, 97
  • Liverpool, The Lord Mayor of, and the Trade of the Port of, 29
  • Liverpool, St. Helens, and South Lancashire Railway, The, 177
  • Liverpool Trade, Railway Charges and, 43
  • Liverpool, Trial Trip on the New Railway, 497
  • Liversidge, Professor A., Sections of Gold Nuggets, 384
  • Liversidge, Professor A., His Photographs of Sections of Gold Nuggets, 515
  • Livonia, Branch Railway from Walk to Pernau Commenced, 401
  • Lloyd’s, Lift Accident at, 223
  • Lock Accident, Welland Canal, United States, 486
  • Lock, Automatic Safety Wedge Railway, Messrs. Joseph Kaye and Sons, 284
  • Lock Gates, Collision with, 538
  • Lock Gates at Teddington, Condition of, 507
  • Lock Gates at Ymuiden, Electrical Machinery for Working, 441
  • Lockroy, M., Comparing Cost of Naval Construc¬tion in England and France, 219
  • Lockwood, Mr. Crosby, 227
  • Lockyer, Mr. Norman, Photographic Spectrum of a Orionis, 384
  • Locomotives, American, More Destructive than English to Permanent Way, 556
  • Locomotives for Australia, Messrs. Neilson and Company, 289
  • Locomotives, The Baltimore and Ohio Electrical, 360
  • Locomotive Building, Quick, 33, 53, 73, 181
  • Locomotive, Caledonia Railway Express Passen¬ger, Mr. John Lambie [Supplement, May 31ri, 1895), 407
  • Locomotives for the Chili Government Railways, 497
  • Locomotives, Clocks on, 473
  • Locomotives, Compound, in Germany, 507
  • Locomotives, Condensing, in Scotland, 11
  • Locomotive Cranes, 431
  • Locomotives for the Danish State Railways, 305, 312, 316, 318
  • Locomotive, Electric, Baldwin Locomotive Works, 497
  • Locomotive Engine Drivers’ Hours, 117
  • Locomotives, English and American, 71
  • Locomotives, English and Foreign, from 1859 to 1894, 94, 95
  • Locomotives, Express, Mr. J. A. F. Aspinall, 504, 536, 537, 561, 564
  • Locomotives, Express, Great Western Railway, Mr. W. Dean [Supplement, June 2£>lh, 1895)
  • Locomotives, Express Passenger, Highland Rail¬way [Supplement, February 1st, 1895), 90, 114
  • Locomotives, Express Passenger, Caledonian Railway [Supplement, May 10th, 1895), 407
  • Locomotive, Four-Coupled Bogie, London and South-Western Railway [Supplement, March 22nd, 1895), 244, 319
  • Locomotive, Grease Recipe for a, 311
  • Locomotive Headlights, Compressed Gas for, 62
  • Locomotive, The Heilmann, 441
  • Locomotives on Highways, Bill to Amend the Law with Respect to the Use of, 565
  • Locomotive Injectors, 443
  • Locomotives for Japan, 35
  • Locomotive Lifting Tackle, Messrs. Sharp,
  • Stewart, and Company’s, 156
  • Locomotive Load, A, 67 Locomotive, On the Modern, Mr. Kelly, 124 Locomotive, A New Great Northern, 173 Locomotives, Oils Employed for, by the Conti¬nental Railway Companies, 473
  • Locomotive, Passenger, Danish State Railways, 417, 421
  • Locomotive, Rack Rail, Schafberg Railway, 91, 99
  • Locomotives on Roads, 535
  • Locomotive, Road, Messrs. Marshall, Sons, and Co., 552
  • Locomotives, Re-building of, in Consequence of the Demand for Heavy Ones, 401
  • Locomotive Repairing Work, On, 232
  • Locomotives, Respective Merits of Simple and
  • Compound, 113
  • Locomotives by Messrs. Sharp, Stewart, and Co., 94 95
  • Locomotives and Trains. 10, 32, 53, 65, 72, 73, 92, 116, 138, 145, 167, 222
  • Locomotives and Trains, M. du Bosquet on, 145
  • Locomotives, Types of Rack Railway, Maschinen Fabrik Esslingen, 420
  • Locomotive and Wagon Shops, Swindon [Supple¬ment, June 28th, 1895)
  • Lodge and Glazebrook, Messrs., Prizes Offered to, by Prof. Elihu Thomson and others, 113
  • Lomax and Lomax, Messrs., Sewerage Works for Glossop, 219
  • Lorn nitz and Duxbury, Messrs., Safety Doors for Hoists, 272
  • London and Bexley Heath Railway, Opening of, 329
  • London County Council Bills for the Acquisition of the Undertakings of the Water Companies, Fate of, 113
  • London County Council, Resistance to the, 245
  • London Death Rate, 245, 311
  • London Death Rate and the Rise in Temperature, 245
  • London daring the Cold Weather, Health of, 155
  • London and Foreign Fire Brigades, 142
  • London Gas Companies, The, 613
  • London Geological Field Class commence their Excursions, 329
  • London and North-Western Railway Company’s Annual Card and Pamphlet of the Principal Agricultural Shows, Ac., 532
  • London and North-Western Railway Company’s Bill Deposited for Next Session, 62
  • London and North-Western Railway Company's Coal Consumption per day, 355
  • London and North-Western Railway Company’s Line from Greenfield to Holywell, 219
  • London and North-Western Railway Company’s New Goods Station at Sheffield, 311
  • London and North-Western Railway Company’s Report, Train Mileage, be., 135
  • London and North-Western Railway Company, Urged to Construct New Lines, 219
  • London Street Tramways Company’s Bill, 245
  • London and South-Western Express Locomotives (Supplement, March 22nd, 1895), 244, 319
  • London Tramways, Bills Relative to the Working of the, 311
  • London Water Question, Official Reports on the, 205
  • London Water Supply, 02, 155, 245, 355, 418, 473
  • London Water Supply, Average Daily, 155
  • London Water Supply, Average Daily from the Thames during January, 245
  • London Water Supply, Profs. Crookes aud Dewar on the, 473
  • London Water Supply, Profs. W. Crookes and Jas. Dewar on, 62, 355, 473
  • Louisville and Jeffersonville Bridge, Progress of the, 97
  • Love, Mr. E. F. J., on Kater's Invariable Pendu¬lum, 329
  • Low Prices in Shipbuilding, 142
  • Lowe's Process for the Purification of Water Gas, 507
  • Lubricators, New, Mr. Ed. Bourdon, 90
  • Lubricator, The Ottewell Sight-feed, 495
  • Liihrig Gas Motors, Street Railroad Worked by, 155
  • Luxuries, Labour and—see Labour and Luxuries Lyman and Hewitt, Messrs., Tests of the Tractive Force Required to Move Electric Cars, 263
  • Lynton Railway Company, Bill for the Incorpora¬tion of, 177
  • Lynx, H.M. Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 155
  • Lyon, Mr. H. Thomson, Parabolograph, 515
  • Lyons Electricity and Power Supply Works, The Jonage Canal and, 484, 485, 486
  • McCULLOCH, Mr., on the Relative Economy of Cable and Electric Traction, 556
  • McDonald Nut-lock, The, 264
  • McDougall's Oil Extractor and Separator, 164
  • MacFarlane, J. R. H., on the Occurrence of Seiches in Lake Derravaragh, 311
  • McGlasson Reversing Propeller, “l’Idée,” 176
  • Machine Guns of Six Millimetre Calibre for the United States, 532
  • Machine Tool Making at the Atlas Works, Glas¬gow, 156, 157
  • Machinery, On Automatically Balanced, 90
  • Machinery for Extracting Fish Oil ? 99
  • Machinery Imports into China, 80
  • Machinery, Labour Opposition to, 383
  • Machinery for Making Lead Pellets and Shot? 513
  • Machinery? Match Box Making, 513
  • Machinery, On Methods of Balancing, 90
  • Machinery of our Ships of War, The, 100
  • McMillan, Mr. Walter G., Study of Alloys, 323
  • McIntosh, Mr. J. F., His Appointment to the Caledonian Railway, 355
  • McPhail and Simpson’s Superheater, 228
  • Madagascar Flotilla, The, 271
  • Madras Electric Tramways, 245
  • Madras Harbour, Route of Proposed Canal to, 387
  • Madrid, Railways North of, blocked by Snow, 118
  • “Magenta” and “Hoche," French Battleships, 70, 78
  • “Magenta,” Tested Stability of the Ironclad, 473
  • Magnetic Fatigue, Messrs. Campbell and Lovell on the Supposed, 387
  • Magnetic Induction in Uniformly Magnetised Bars, Measurement of, 311
  • Magnetic Pavilion in Greenwich Park, Provision for the Erection of, 556
  • Magnetic Permeability of Iron, Slow Changes in the, 289
  • Magnetic Survey of the United Kingdom, Prof. A. W. Riicker on the, 496
  • Magnetic Tester for Hysteresis in Iron, 384
  • Magnetisation of Iron by Electric Currents, Dr. John Hopkinson on, 417
  • Magnets, How Influenced by Low Temperature, 201
  • “Magnificent” and the “Charlomagne,” The, A Comparison, 264
  • “ Magnificent" and “ Majestic,” H.M.S., 5, 8
  • Maia, Senhor, On Textile Machinery, 145
  • Mail Cars to be Run on Cable Railroads in New York, 329
  • Main and Co., Messrs. A. and J., Mowing and Reaping Machines, 493
  • "Majestic,” H.M.S., 11 “Majestic,” H.M.S., Floating-out of, 62, 112
  • “ Majestic,” H.M.S., “ Magnificent ” and, 5, 8 “Majestic,” H.M.S., Progress of tbe, 201
  • “Majestic,” H.M.S.,Sheathingof the Unarmoured Ends of, 244
  • Malago Vale Colliery, Bristol, Mines Inspector’s Report of the Explosion at, 473
  • Malap/entrus Ftcctricus, Living Specimen of the, 384
  • Malay Peninsula, M. Murtelet’s Data concerning Tin Supplied from the, 245
  • Malay Peninsula, Tin Supplied by, 473
  • Mallock, Mr., on Vibrations of Ships and Engines, 326
  • Malt Diastase, A Substitute for, 11
  • Malt, Method for Determining the Extract of, 464
  • Manchester Cold Stores and Chill Rooms, Open¬ing of, at, 355
  • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Company and the Metropolitan Company, Terms of Agreement between the, 441
  • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway Extension, Mr. E. Fuller’s Award Relative to, 219
  • Manchester Ship Canal, 29, 97, 154, 177, 276, 338, 441
  • Manchester Ship Canal Co., Assistance to Meet its Interest Charges, 441
  • Manchester, Ship Canal Co.’s Half-yearly Report, 177
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Mr. A. D. Keigwin oq the, 276
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Sir Edward Leader Williams, Partial Retirement, 29
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Pollution of the, 154
  • Manchester Ship Canal and the Sheffield Trade, 97
  • Manchester Waterworks Committee, Appeal for Economy in the Use of Water, 473
  • Manganese Ore from the Caucasus, 289
  • Manganese Ore in Caucasus, 1893, Total Output of, 401
  • Mann and Charlesworth, Messrs., Single Exeen- tric Reversing Gear, 209
  • Map in General Waiting-room at Philadelphia, The Largest in tho World, 507
  • Map of India, Railway, 91
  • Map of Light Railway System in Bolgium, 259
  • Map Showing Available Water Supply Districts, Belfast, 237
  • Map Showing Proposed Line of the Simplon Tunnel, and Sections of the Same, 1, 25
  • Map Showing Water Supply Districts of Belfast, 237
  • Map of the Site of the Niagara Falls Electric Power and Hydraulic Station, Tunnel and Property, 195, 196
  • Map, Stanford’s Metropolitan Improvements, 129
  • Marine Boilers—see Boilers, Marine Marine Department of Board of Trade, 533 Marine Engine Designs of To-day, Mr. Henry M. Rounthwaite, 67
  • Marine Engineering and Shipbuilding on the Thames, 539
  • Marine Evaporators, Mr. D. B. Morison on, 230
  • Marks Act, The Merchandise, 292
  • Marquette Building in Chicago, and Adjacent Erections, Foundations of, 532
  • Marriott, Mr. W., Account of the Thunderstorm of January 23, 155
  • Marsden Corn-pith Cellulose, and the Cocoa Cellulose, Testing of the, 556
  • Marsden, Mr. H. R , Stone Breaker, 555
  • Marsden, M., Substitute for Cellulose, 506
  • Marseilles and Rhone Canal, Tbe, 311, 453
  • Marshall's, Miss Dorothy, and Professor Ayrton’s
  • Paper Read at tho Meeting of the Physical Society, 87
  • Marshall, Mr. Frank, Testimonial to, 401
  • Marshall, Messrs., Chaff Cutter, 553
  • Marshall, Sons and Co., Messrs., Road Loco¬motive, 552
  • Marshall's Valve Gear, 468
  • Martell, Mr. B., Light Scantling Steamers, 525
  • Martin, Mr. J. S., Report on the Malago Vale Colliery Explosion, 473
  • Martin, Mr. W. A., Induced Draught as a Means for Developing the Power of Marine Boilers, 364
  • Martini-Henry and Lee-Metford Rifles Con¬demned by the Hon. J. C. Paterson, 289
  • Maschinen Fabrik, Esslingen, Table giving Par¬ticulars of Mountain Railways, ‘ ‘ System Rig- genbach,” 419
  • Mason, Mr. Charles, Street Subways for Large Towns, 475
  • Masonry Dams, 162
  • Masonry in Tropical Irrigation Work, 469
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Torsion Testing Machine, 76
  • Match Box Making Machinery 1 513
  • Matter et Cie., MM., “ l’Idée,” 175
  • Maxim, Mr. Hudson, His Experiments with Smokeless Powders, 473
  • Maxim, Rapid-firing Gun, Testing of, at Sandy Hook, 556
  • May, Mr. Francis J. C., Brighton and its Muni¬cipal Works, 408
  • Meacnem, Mr. T. G., on the Search of Coal Over the East Boundary Fault of the South Staffordshire Coalfield, 185
  • Meade-King, Mr. W. O. E., His Proposal to Con¬nect Bridgewater and Taunton by a Ship Canal, 113
  • Measure for Securing Places in Railway Carriages, French, 311
  • Measurement of tbe Latent Heats of Vaporisa¬tion of Various Organic Liquids, 87
  • Measurement of Time in Astronomy, Mr. G. Lippman's Method, 252
  • Measurement of Water Supply, The, 8
  • Measures, Popular and Scientific, 336
  • Measuring a Cyclically Varying Temperature, Mr. Burstall on, 532
  • Measuring tbe Deflection of Iron Bridges, 263
  • Mechanical Carriages, 529
  • Mechanical and Electrical Regulation of Steam Engines, On the, 124
  • Mechanical Engineering, 1894, 15
  • Mechanical Engineering, Bicycle, 511
  • Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, Determining the, 11
  • Medley and Ayrton, Mr. and Prof., on lests of Glow Lamps, 146
  • Meik, P. W., Light Railways, 188
  • “ Melampus,” Faulty Riveting, &c., 423
  • Melloid, A New Alloy, 376 Merchandise Marks Act, The, 292
  • Merchandise Marks, Conference on, 97
  • Mercury, Effect of Chlorine on, 401
  • Merivale, Prof., on the Calculation of Pipe Friction, 329
  • Mersey, The, 175
  • Mersey Bar, Deepening the, 198
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, 29, 76, 260
  • Mersey Estuary, Report of the Acting Conserva¬tor, 353
  • Metallurgy, 1894, 17
  • Metal Mixers, Mr. Arthur Cooper on, 405
  • Metals and their Alloys, Rarer, 238
  • Metals, British, and Foreign Competition, 358
  • Metals on the Growth of Bacteria, Effect of, 387
  • Metal, Refining of, by Means of Aluminium, 387
  • Metals in Tasmania, Production of, 62
  • Meteorite seen in the Region of the Pyrenees, 355
  • Meter, The “ Venturi ” at Chicago, 9
  • Meter, The Kent Uniform Flow Water, 9
  • Meter, The “M. G.,”504 Meter Competition Prizes, 113
  • Metropolitan District Railway Company, Bill Relating to Revision of Fares, 441
  • Metropolitan Fire Brigade, Strength of the, 113
  • Meux's Brewery Company v. The City of London Electric Lighting Company, 5C6
  • Mexican Mine, A, 406
  • Mexico, Derailment Accident in, 245
  • Mexico, Railways in, 215
  • Microbes in Thames Water, Dr. E. Frankland on , the, 387
  • Micrometer Gauge, Electric Contact, 310
  • Micrometer Wire Gauge, Mr. J. C. Smith’s Direct Reading, 429
  • Middleton, Mr. Wm., Pelton Wheel Experiments, 284
  • Midhurst Water Supply, Toe, 112
  • Midland, Accident on the, 245
  • Midland Great Western of Ireland, Opening of New Line, 62
  • Midland Railway, Locomotive Engine Drivers’ Hours, 11"
  • Midland Railway Company, Additional bhaiee and Loan Capital required by, 97
  • Midland Railway Company and Goods Traffic at Birmingham, 263
  • Midland Railway Company's Report, Train Mile¬age, Ac., 135
  • Milan to Pavia, Line Blocked by Snow, 62
  • Mild Steel and Cast Iron Columns ' 291
  • Mileage of Railways in Belgium, 177
  • Mileage of the Railways of the Globe at the End of 1892, 177
  • Mileage of Railways per Ten Thousand Inhabi¬tants, 177
  • Milk, Calcium Phosphate of, M. L. Vaudin on, 355
  • Milking Machine, Dr. Sbiels, 554
  • Milk Separators, Bath and West and Southern Counties Society’s Show, 493
  • Mill Engine at Saltaire, Compound, 34, 38
  • Mill, The Leblanc's Compound Sugar, 38
  • Mill, Rolling, Messrs. Galloway, 446, 453
  • Milling Under Various Temperatures, 354
  • Milton, Mr. J. T., Remarks on Steam Pipes, 305, 341
  • Mine, A Mexican, 406
  • Mine Ventilators, On the Running of, 401
  • Mineral Oils, Relation of, to Each Other, 263
  • Mineral Well, Drying Up of, in Consequence of Railway Operations, 289
  • Miners’ CoDgress, The International, 513
  • Miners’ Demonstration, The Yorkshire, 535
  • Minera’ National Union,, Tbe, 349
  • Miners than Work, More, 469, 511
  • Mines, Data of the Depth of Existing, 556
  • Mines of Dortmund, Yearly Report on the, 113
  • Mines in 1894, British, 248
  • Mines, Electric Locomotives for, 168
  • Mines Explosion, Malago Vale, 473
  • Mines, Regulation of, 447
  • Mining Explosives, Mr. Vivian B. Lewes, 495
  • Mining, Professor W, N. Atkinson on Safety in, 495
  • Mining Work, New and Practical, Published in Germany, 62
  • Minneapolis, Flour Industry of, 29
  • Minneapolis, The New Dam at, 556
  • Miscellanea, 11, 29, 62, 76, 97, 113, 135, 155, 177, 201, 219, 245, 263,289, 311, 329, 355, 387, 401, 423, 441, 473, 497, 507, 532, 556
  • Miscellaneous Implements at the Royal Agricul¬tural Show, 553
  • Mitchell, Mr. Joseph, 359
  • Modern Electricity, 79, 138
  • Modern Engineering Heliographic Prints, Ex¬hibit of, 218
  • Modern Naval Battle, 65
  • Moissan, M. Henri, Attempts to Produce Argon Compounds, 441
  • Moissan, M. Henri, on Graphite, 76
  • Moissan, M. Henri, on the Preparation of Gra¬phites, 97
  • Moissan, M. Henri, Process of Obtaining a Boride of Iron, 135
  • Moissan, M. Henri, on Titanium, 177
  • Moiasan and Charpy, MM., on Boron Steel, 473
  • “ Monarch,” The New Austro-Hungarian Man-of-War, 344
  • Monistrol-Montserrat Rack Railway, Mr. Alfred Collett, 28
  • Monitor, “ Amphitrite,” The Coast Defence, 507
  • Monitors, The Sea-Going Efficiency of, 75
  • Montreal Bridge, 117
  • Mordey, Mr. W. M., on Slow Changes in the Magnetic Permeability of Iron, 289
  • Morewood and Rogers, Messrs., Improvements iD Galvanising, 494
  • Morison, Mr. D. B., “ Marine Evaporators,” 230
  • Morley, Earl of, on Electrical Communication with Lighthouses and Lightships, 113 Moon's Influence on the Mean Atmospheric Con¬ditions, M. A. Poincaré on, 387 Moorland's Mill, Bolton, Triple Expansion Cor¬liss Engine, 424, 428, 429
  • Moormann, Mr., Compressed Air Dredging Appar¬atus, 443
  • Moseley and Sons, Messrs. D., Pump Cups and Hats of Celluvert Fibre, 135
  • Mossman, Mr. R. C-, on the Frost of 1895 in Scotland, 387
  • Moss Works, Manchester, Outfall Sewage Works, 333
  • Motive Power from Steam to Electricity, Change of, on French Railway, 497
  • Motors, Practical Application of Alternating Current, 232
  • Mott, Mr., on Phototyping, 475
  • Moulding and Shaping Machine, Vertical Spindle Irregular, Messrs. J. Sagar and Company, 283
  • Mountain Railways, "System Riggenbacb,” Table Giving Particulars of, 419
  • Mourne Scheme, Belfast Water Supply, 237, 246
  • Mowat Mr., On the Tower Bridge, 532
  • Mowing Machine, Messsra. E. H. Bentall and Co., 493
  • Mowing and Reaping Machines, Messrs A. and J.
  • Main and Co., 493 Mumford Patent Duplex Pump, 242
  • Mumford Water-tube Boiler, 486, 490
  • Mundella, Mr., On the Hours of Railway Men, 329
  • Municipal Engineering Works at Brighton, 408
  • Munro, Mr. J. M. M-, Electric Tramways and District Railway, 177
  • Murtelet, M., Data of Tin supplied by the Malay Peninsula, 473
  • NALDER Bros., Messrs., Electrograph, 515
  • Naphtha, as a Cleansing Substance in Wool
  • ScouriDg, 219
  • Narrow Gauge Railway to Eaton Hall, 329
  • Nasmith, Mr. J., On Prepayment Gas Meters, 122
  • Nationalisation of tho Railways, Scheme for the, 62
  • Naval Annual, Jane's, 423
  • Naval Battle, Modern, 65
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 90, 110, 148, 174, 213, 228, 252, 264, 301, 315, 351,378, 413, 462, 493, 508
  • Naval Engineers in the Fleet, Admiralty Distribu¬tion of (Supplement, March 8th, 1895), 200
  • Naval Guu Factory, Washington, The United States, 372, 373, 380, 393, 402
  • Navigation, Submarine, 461
  • Navigation of tbe Thames, Effect of the Richmond Lock on tbe, 11
  • Navy Boilers, 357, 363, 375, 400, 426, 431, 445
  • Navy Estimates, The, 225, 507
  • Navv Estimates, Sum to be included in for, Work¬shops at Devonport and Keyham, 507
  • Navy Yard Ships, 164 Neath River Bridge, The, 272
  • Neil-Bennet Gas Engine, The, 381
  • Neilson and Co.. Messrs., Express Locomotive “Sir George,” 114
  • Neilson and Co., Messrs., Locomotives for Australia, 289
  • Neilson and Co., Messrs., Passenger Engines for the Danish State Railways, 305, 312, 316, 318, 417, 421
  • Neney and Sons, Messrs., Combination Hammer and Mallet, 201
  • Nene, Mons., E'ectric Signalling Apparatus, 29
  • Newbume Bridge, Mr. J. H. Barker, 4
  • Newcastle-on-Tyne, Sewerage Scheme for, 76
  • New-Mayne Electric Rudder Motor, 304
  • Newport Harbour Commissioners', Weekly Trade
  • Report, 232. 254, 274, 301, 345, 366, 391, 410, 434, 454, 478, 501, 518, 542, 566
  • New South Wales, Grades to be Lessened between Wellington and Dnbbo, 329
  • New South Wales, Railway Mileage, 263
  • New-street Station, Birmingham, 267
  • Newton Brothers, Messrs., “Trisect” Packing, 201
  • New Unionism at Work, 37
  • New York Central Railway Co., Electric Motive Power Substituted for Steam, 311
  • New York Central Railroad, Purchase of Land, 263
  • New York City, Daily Water Consumption in, 401
  • New York Harbour, 176, 423
  • New York Harbour, Defences of, 423
  • New York Railroad Law, Amendment of the, 532
  • New York, Value of Town Refuse in, 507
  • Niagara Falls; Dynamo, Run at Full Speed of the First, 401
  • Niagara Falls and Lewiston Electric Railway, Progress of Work on the, 507
  • Niagara Ice Skating Hall, 32
  • Niagara River, Overhead Cable Tramway Across the, 311
  • Niagara, the Utilisation of, 195, 196, 223
  • Nicaragua Canal, The, 315, 355
  • Nicaragua Canal Co., Commission to Look into the Plans and Estimates of the, 355
  • Niclausse Boiler, Mr. Mark Robinson on the, 548, 559
  • Niehls, Mr. W., Scale of Hardness for Glass, 423
  • Nile, Utilisation of the, 142
  • Nitrogen in Fuels, Percentage of, 441
  • Niz ira's State Railway, Easing the Heavy Gradients on, 289
  • Nobel's Explosives Co., Limited, v. Anderson, 20g
  • Non-polarising Battery, A, 154
  • Nordenskiüld, M., On a New Type of Wells in tbe Granite Recks of Sweden, 401
  • Normanby Ironworks Company, Use of Slag from their Hematite Furnaces as Manure, 355
  • Normand, M., on Water-tnbe Boilers, 548, 564
  • Northallerton Collision, The, 60
  • North Bridge, Waverley Station, Edinburgh (Supplement, January 18M), 61
  • North British Railway Company’s Offer to the Corporation of Edinburgh accepted, 135
  • North British Railway Company, Waverley Bridge, 263
  • North British Railway's Tunnel, Glasgow, Im¬provements in, 311
  • North-Eastern Railway Company’s Bill for Next Session, 135
  • North-Eastern Railway Company’s Report, Train Mileage, Ac., 135
  • North-Eastern Railway, Cost of Maintenance of, 135
  • North-Eastern Railway Train Mileage, 113
  • North-Eastern Railway Works, Ealargemcnt of, 97
  • North of England, 22, 41, 66 , 85, 105, 127, 147, 191, 192, 211, 233, 255, 275, 299, 321, 343, 389, 411, 433, 455, 477, 500, 519, 511, 565
  • North Pembrokeshire and Fishguard Railway, Opening of, 289
  • North Pembrokeshire Railway Completed, 113
  • North Sea and Baltic CaDal, Inauguration of tbe, 245
  • North Sea and Baltic Cana’, Vessels to Represent Eogland at the Opening of, 401
  • North Staffordshire Tramways System, Renewal of Licence to Use Steam as the Means of Traction, 423
  • “ Northwest,” Passenger Steamer, for tho Great Lakes, 111, 114. 115, 118. 146
  • North-Western Railway, Effect of tbe Decrease of Trade on the Mileage on the, 355
  • Norton, Mr., on the Manufacture and Inspection of Railway Carriage and Wagon Wheels and Axles, 256
  • Norwegian Defence Committee, Ladies' Branch of, Advertises for a Torpedo Catcher, 188
  • Notes from Germany, 22, 42, 66, 86, 106, 128, 192, 212, 234, 256, 276, 300, 322, 344, 390, 412, 434, 456, 478, 500, 520, 542, 566
  • Notes from Lancashire, 21, 40 , 65, 85, 104, 126, 169, 190, 210, 232, 254, 274, 299, 320, 342, 364, 389, 411, 432, 455, 476, 499, 519, 540, 565
  • Notes and Memoranda, 11, 29, 62, 76, 97, 113, 135, 155, 177, 201, 219, 245, 263, 289, 311, 329, 355, 387, 401, 423, 441, 473, 497, 507,
  • 532 556
  • Notes from Scotland, 22, 42, 66, 86, 106, 128, 170, 192, 211, 234 256 , 276, 300, 322, 344, 366, 390, 412, 434, 456, 478, 500 520, 542, 566
  • Notice to Correspondents, 13, 35, 57, 79, 99, 119, 141, 161, 183, 205, 225, 247, 269, 291, 313, 335, 357, 381, 403, 425, 447, 469, 491, 513, 533, 557
  • Nuswortb, Mr. H. S., His Appointment, 311
  • Nut-locks, 319 Nut-lock, Another, 110
  • Nut-lock, The McDonald, 264
  • OATS, Mr. Robert, on the Copper and Tin Deposits in Bengal, 496

Obituary:—

  • Alexander, Professor Peter, 239
  • Bird, Mr. Thomas, 113
  • Buchan, Mr. John, 322
  • Burnet, Mr. Lindsay, 239
  • Carmichael, Mr. David, 398
  • Clarke, Mr. Hyde, 217
  • Coxe, Mr. Eckley B., 528
  • Dana, Professor James Dwight, 339
  • Dudgeon, Mr. Richard, 354
  • Giles, Mr. Alfred, 199
  • Greener, Mr. John Henry, 311
  • Halley, Mr. David, 28
  • Henderson, Mr. Thomas, 174
  • Jacob, Mr, Arthur, 143
  • Jopp, Mr. Charles, 326
  • Lambie, Mr. John, 113
  • Lockwood, Mr. Crosby, 227
  • Mitchell, Mr. Joseph, 355
  • Owen, Mr. Dyson, 187, 201
  • Read, Mr. T. C., 177
  • Rsynolds, Mr. E., 59
  • Smith, Mr. Challoner, 245, 339
  • Stannard, Mr. Harry Laurie, 185
  • Tasker, Mr. John, 96
  • Tyrwhitt, Mr. Montague Dymook, 135
  • Vawdry, Mr. Wm., 37
  • While, Mr. Charles, 474
  • “Oceanic,” The White Star Steamer, 398
  • Oddone, Dr. E., on the Great Duration of Earth¬quake Pulsations, 556
  • Official Reports on the London Water Question, 205
  • Ohio, Bridge Over the, 97
  • Oil-Carrying Steamer “ Aco,” Messrs, Dunlop and Company, 261, 265, 268, 328
  • Oil Companies io Scotland, Rise in Prices, 329
  • Oil Engines and the Cambridge Trials, 285
  • Oil Engine, 40-Horse Power, Messrs. R. Hornsby and Sons, 242
  • Oil Engines, Professor Capper, 276
  • Oil Engine, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, 552
  • Oil Engines. Royal Agricultural Society’s Exhibi¬tion, Trials of, 53
  • Oil Extractor and Separator, McDougall's, 164
  • Oil Fuel and Average Evaporation of the Boiler Plant of Water per Gallon of Oil, 507
  • Oil, On the Process of Boring for, 401
  • Oil Well at Rockwood, 29
  • Oils Employed by Continental Railway Com¬panies, 473
  • Oi's, Mineral, Their Relation to each Other, 263
  • Olive Oil in Italy, Production of, 329 )
  • Olive, Mr. W. T., Appointment to Cape Town, 263
  • Olszewski, Professor, Critical Temperature and Boiling Point of Hydrogen Determined by, 289 i
  • Oosting, Dr. H. T., Contrivance for Producing Lissajoa’s Carves, 441
  • Opera Houses and Theatres, Mr. E. 0. Sachs and Mr. A. E. Woxirow on, 219
  • Optical S gnals, Transmission of, 387 ;
  • Optimus Rock Drill, The, 5
  • Ordnance of H. M. S. “Indefatigable,” Trial of, .62
  • “ Oroya ” in Dock, Tbe s.s., 536
  • Osmond, M., on the Microscopical Analysis of, 245
  • Ottewell Sight-feed Lubricator, The, 495
  • Oval Turrets for the U.S. “ Iowa,” 473
  • Overbridge Bombay, Opening of a New, 329
  • Overland Route, New, 11
  • Owen, Mr. G. D., 201
  • Owen, Mr. Dyson, 187
  • Oxygen Cylinder, Exploded, 310, 315
  • Oxygen Cylinder Explosion, Fenchurch-street, 310, 315
  • PACKING, “Trisect,” 201
  • Pain, Mr. A. C., Girder Bridge, Tottenham and Forest Gate Railway, 280, 288, 296 Pain, Mr. Arthur C., on Light Railways, 167
  • Paint for Ships' Bottoms, Recipe for, 289
  • Paint Spraying Machine, Messrs. A. C. Wells and Co., 385
  • Palmer and Blackmore's Twist Drill Grinder, 398 Panama Canal, M. de la Tournerie's Report, 387 Panama Canal, Labourers Engaged for Work on, 401
  • Panhard Carriage Driven by Petroleum Engines, 507
  • Paper Cutter and Paper Press, Crosland’s, 63
  • Paper Mills, Static Electricity in, 311
  • Parabolograph, Mr. H. Thomson Lyon, 515
  • Paris Death Rate and Sanitary Engineering Improvements, 29
  • Paris International Exhibition 1900, Area De¬signed for Exhibits at, 401
  • Paris-Lyons Mediterranean Company, Clocks on their Locomotives, 473
  • Paris Metropolitan Railway, Tbe, 120, 230
  • Paris Metropolitan Railway, 230
  • Paris, Report on the Tramways in, 507
  • Paris, Tramway Concessions for, 507
  • Parker, Mr. Thomas, Continuous Current Hinged Pole Piece Dynamo, 31 Parliamentary Notes:
  • Belleville Bailers, The, 293, 377
  • Construction of Railways in India, 154
  • Construction of Ships, The, 154
  • Explosion at Fenchurch-street Station, The, 293, 315
  • Floods in the Thames Valley, 154
  • Foreign Made Projectiles, 154
  • H.M.S. “ Sharpshooter ” and the Belleville Boiler, 315
  • H.M.S. “Vulcan,” 134
  • Hours of Telegraph Factory Hands, 154
  • Locomotives on Roads, 535 Nicaragua Canal, 315
  • Railways in Africa, 154
  • “ Sharpshooter ’’ Trials, The, 535
  • Ships’ Boilers, 185, 197
  • Shipwrights as Fitters, 134
  • Steam Engiues (Persons in Charge) Bill, The, 293
  • Uganda Railway, The, 154
  • Parliamentary Procedure, 383
  • Parliamentary Procedure as Affecting L'ght Railways and Tramways, Messrs. Worby Beaumont and Stephen Sellon, 204
  • Parliamentary Procedure on Railway Bills, 426
  • Parliamentary Return of Railway Accidents, 1894, 423
  • Parry, Mr. W. Kaye, Appointment of, os
  • Examiner in Practical Sanitary Engineering at the Dublin University, 113
  • Pascall and Stocker, Messrs., Apparatus for Checking Workmen’s Entry at Factories, 135
  • Passenger Engines for the Danish State Railways, 305, 312, 318
  • Patent Bill, Reading of the New, 401
  • Patent Law for Portugal, New, 320
  • Patent Nut and Bolt Co., Annual Meeting and Report, 155
  • Patents Applied for in 1894, 62
  • Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Acts (1883 to 1888) Amendment Bill, 339
  • Patents, Twelfth Report of the Comptroller- General of, 561
  • Patents in the United States, 29
  • Paterson, The Hon. J. C., Condemns Martini- Henry and Lee-Mitford Rifles, 289 Paving and Hygiene, Street, 7
  • Paving, An Improved, 423
  • Pawley, Mr. R., on the Signalling Appliances on the Hull and Barnsley Railway, 239
  • Pearson, Mr. James T., “Krushite,” 198
  • Pease, Sir Joseph W., Chairman of the North- Eastern Railway Company, 29, 113 Pease's Split Tube and Concrete Construction, 272
  • Peirce, Mr. W. G., His Presidential Address. 112
  • “ Peloru8,” Construction of H.M.S , begun, 497
  • Pelton Wheel Experiments, Mr. Wm. Middleton, 284
  • Pendulum, A Foucault, at Dublin, 289
  • Pendulum, On Kater’s Invariable, 329
  • P. and 0. Co., New Steam Shipping under Con¬struction, 76
  • P. and 0. s.s. “ Caledonia’s ” Record, The, 301
  • P. andO. s.s. “Caledonia”—tee. also “ Caledonia ’’ 8.8.
  • Penn Mr. W. Cooper, on Chainmaking, 376
  • Penrhyn Quarries, Blast Fired at the, 401
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Co., Artesian Well at Philadelphia, 62
  • Pennsylvania Railroad, Results from Long Rails on the, 155
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Co., Substitution of Elec¬tric Motors for Steam Locomotives, 423
  • Penwarden’s Sorew-cutting Gear, 123
  • Peris, M.. Signalling between Stations and Run¬ning Trains, 4
  • Permanent Way in America, 215
  • Permanent Way, American Locomotives more Destructive than English to, 556
  • Permanent Way on Approach of Thaw. 201
  • Permanent Way, Hardwood Sleepers, 209
  • Permanent Way Material, Indian State Railways, Contract for, 174
  • Permanent Way, Modern, Mr. C. G. Salter- thwaite on, 294
  • Permanent Way Pot and Trough Sleepers, 547
  • Permanent Way, Production of Rails in the United States, 532
  • Permanent Way, Specimens of. Presented to the Leicester Town Museum, 177
  • Permanent Way, Steel, in France, 113
  • Permanent Way, Tender for Rails, Christiania, 11
  • Permanent Way in the United States, Effect of the Heat on the. 556
  • Permanent Way, Wooden Rails in Florida, 329
  • Perth Station, Fire at, 507
  • Petersen, Mr. C. H., on Safety Car Heating and Lighting, 556
  • Petroleum, American and Russian, 403
  • Petroleum Exported from Batoum, 507
  • Petroleum, Hypothesis Concerning its Origin, 423
  • Petroleum in Lower Alsace, Mr. L. Van Werweke on, 496
  • Petroleum, Refining, with Salpburic Acid, 219
  • Petroleum Tank Struck by Lightning in Harburg, 497
  • Philadelphia, Artesian Well to be Sunk at, 62
  • Philadelphia, Contract Price for Street Cleaning in, 11
  • Philadelphia District, Iron Trade of the, 173
  • Philadelphia, Money Collected in Car Licences and Taxes on Dividends from Railways in, 263
  • Philadelphia, Paved Streets of, 263
  • Phillips, Mr. H. Joshua, Safe Storage and Con¬veyance of Compressed Gases, 332
  • Phonograph, A. Kdltzow on a Simplified, 387
  • Photographic Exhibition, Imperial Institute, 219
  • Photogravure, Gratings Used in, 329
  • Phototyping, Mr. Mott on, 475
  • Picksley, Sims, and Co., Messrs., Phillips’ Patent Double Swathe Turner, 553
  • Pictet, M. Raoul, on the Critical Point of Liquids Holding Solid Substances in Solution, 113
  • Pictet, M. Raoul, on the Influence of Low Tem¬perature on Magnets, 201
  • Piecework, Messrs. Priestman Brothers and, 117
  • Pieper’s Patent, 406
  • Pier, Belgium, Blankenberghe, 220, 221, 224
  • Pierce, Mr. B. 0., on the Electrical Resistance of Wood and Stone and other Poor Conductors, 355
  • Pig Iron in the German Empire, Output of, 97
  • Pig Iron in the United States, Production of, 532
  • Piatsch Gas Co., Gas Furnished Daily by, 401
  • Pintsch*8 Patent Lighting Co., Removal of Offices, 11
  • Pintsch System in Brazil, Compressed Gas for Locomotive Headlights on the, 62
  • Pipe Friction, Calculation of, 329
  • Pipes, Ice and Water, 117 Pipe Joints, 352
  • Pipes, Steam, 305, 341, 445
  • Piston Packings, Balanced Slide Valves and, 148 Piston Ring Turning Machine, 308 Pit Experience in Yorkshire, A, 181
  • Pitchometer, A Simple, 431
  • Pittsburg to Chicago, Run of a Train from, 507
  • Plates, Steel, Largest ever Rolled, 387
  • Plateway Scheme for Communication between Liverpool and Manchester, kc., 76 Plough, The Acland Hillside Gutter, 442
  • Plough, Electric, Messrs. F. Zimmermann and Co., 497
  • Poincaré, M. A., on the Moon's Influence on the Mean Atmospheric Conditions, 387
  • Poincaré, M. Lucien, Description of his Secondary Battery, 289
  • Pollution of the Manchester Ship Canal, 154
  • Poole Harbour Bill, 355, 453
  • Pooley and Son, Messrs. H., Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Show, 555
  • Population of France and the United States, 177
  • Porous Glass Window Panes, 11
  • Port Arthur, English Torpedo Boats at, 223
  • Port Talbot, New Dock at, 113
  • Portable Engine, History of the, 208
  • Porter, Mr. A. W., on the Influence of the Dimensions of a Body on the Thermal Emis¬sion from its Surface, 87
  • Portland Cement, 33, 93, 117, 146, 317 5
  • Portland CeraeDt, Mr. D. B. Butler, 317 'g,
  • Portland Cement Industry, The, 93, 117
  • Portland Cement Manufacturers, Proposed Asso¬ciation of, 33
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, Difficulties Connected id with tbe New Docks, 76
  • Portsmouth Electric Mains, Extension of, 358
  • Portsmouth New Docks, 14 and 15, Contract for, to 93
  • Portugal, New Patent Law for, 320 r-
  • Portuguese Cliamber of Commerce, Tenders for Shipbuilding Yard for Lisbon, 62
  • Portuguese Railway Transfer of the West of India, 473
  • Post, Herr Albert, Invention for Silvering Glass, 29
  • Pot and Trough Sleepers, 547 >n
  • Potteries and Shrewsbury Railway, Reconstruction of the, 155
  • Powell Doffryn Company's Colliery, Coal Washing Plant, 370, 371
  • “Powerful” and "Terrible,” No Dock large 2 enough for the, 473
  • Pownall, Mr. C. A. W., Usni Mountain Railway, Japan, 28
  • Prepayment Gas Meter, Mr. J. Nasmith on, 122
  • Preservation of tbe Monuments of Ancient Egypt, Society for the, 145
  • Priestman Bros., Circular relative to Piecework, Messrs., 117
  • Primary Cell, New, and Electro-motive Force of ” ditto, 473
  • Priming aod Governing Engines, 141
  • Principals of Empress Theatre Roof, Empire of
  • India Exhibition, 241 it
  • Private Bill Legislation, 101
  • Private Bill Office, Petitions Lodged against Railway Bills at the, 155
  • Private Bill Office, The Woodford District :- Council's Petition against the London County Council Bill, 155
  • Production, Redncing the Cost of, 162, 181
  • Projectiles, Foreign Made, 154
  • Projectiles, Machinery for Making, 513
  • Projectiles, Rigidity of Path of, 511
  • Promenade Pier and Hall, Blankenberghe, Belgium, 220, 221, 224, 431
  • Propellers, The “ Standard's,” 377
  • “ Prospect ” Steam Pump, The, 122
  • Protection for Gun Crews on British and French Cruisers, 229
  • Protecting Rear of Trains, Track Torpedo Device, 155
  • Puddling, On the Bonehill Process of Direct, 532
  • Puddling of the Iron from the Blast Furnace, Direct, 382
  • Puddling of Molten Pig Iron in Belgium, 329
  • Pulleys with Leather or Paper, Covering, 473
  • “ Pulopen ” Catch, The, 284
  • Pomps, American, 75
  • Pumps, Automatic Mercurial, 556
  • Pumps, Direct Action High Pressure, 122 Pump, Duplex, Smith and Vaile, 75 Pumps, Mumford Patent Duplex, 242
  • Pumps at the West India Docks, 144
  • Pumping Engines, English, in China, 148
  • Pumping Engines, Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co., 39
  • Pumping Engines, High Duty, 161
  • Pumping Engines, Horizontal Hydraulic, 202
  • Pumping Engine at Hornsey Sluice, Professor Kennedy's Report on a, 131, 140
  • Pyke, Mr. L, The Hydrogen Wall, 384
  • Pyrenees, Government Subvention to the New Railway Across the, 387
  • QUARRYING at Bangalore by Wood Fire, 135
  • Queenborough and Flushing Mail Route, The, 461
  • Queensland, Low-level Concrete Bridge, Mary¬borough, 395, 398, 399
  • Quick-fire Gun, The New Elswick, 165
  • Quick Locomotive Building, 33, 53, 73, 181
  • RACK Railway, Electric, for Lucerne, 497
  • Rack Railway, The Gaisberg, 350
  • Rack Railway, The Snowdon Mountain, 311
  • Rack Rail Locomotive, Scbafberg Railway, 91
  • Rack Railway Locomotives, Types of, Maschinon Fabrik Esslingen, 420
  • Radford, Mr. W. H., Sewers and Sewage Disposal Works for Bath, 289
  • Radial Drilling, Tapping, and Studding Machine, Messrs. Craven Brothers, 308
  • Radstoek, Colliery Accident near, 177
  • Railroading in America, Signalling, Permanent Way, Ac., 215
  • Railroading, Record of Rapid, 387
  • Rails for the Trans-Siberian and Ussuri Railways, 387
  • Rails in tbe United States, Production of, 532
  • Railway Accidents in 1894, 469
  • Railway Accidents, Board of Trade Inspectors and, 453
  • Railway Accident, Tbe Chelford, 10, 12
  • Railway Accident, Fatal, 286
  • Railway Accidents in the United States in Novem¬ber, Record of, 76
  • Railways in Africa, 154
  • Railway Antiquity, A, 110
  • Railway Appliances, Exhibition of—see Exhibi¬tion of Railway Appliances, 486
  • Railway Appliances and Inventions, Exhibition of—see Exhibition of Railway Appliances and Inventions, 540, 547
  • Railway Axles, The Life of, 151
  • Railway Axles, Testing, 474
  • Railways in Belgium, Mileage of, 177
  • Railway Bills, Parliamentary Procedure on, 426
  • Railway to Biserta, New, 29
  • Railway Bridges, Superstructure of, 217
  • Railways in Bulgaria, 29
  • Railway Campaign in Wales, The Great, 289
  • Railway and Canal Bills, Committee to Deal with, 219
  • Railway and Canal Facilities for Handling tbe Increased Tonnage of Fuel, 11
  • Railway Carriage and Wagon Wheels and AxIbb, Manufacture and Inspection of, 256
  • Railway, Tbe Cartagena, Magdalena, 29
  • Railways in CeyloD, 146
  • Railway Charges and Liverpool Trade, 43
  • Railway Collision, Glasgow, 329
  • Railway Conferonco, International, at Amster¬dam, 511
  • Railway Congress, The International, 49, 123, 219, 444, 474, 504, 523, 524, 536, 537, 559
  • Express Locomotives, Mr. John A. F. Aspinall, 504,536, 537, 561
  • Measure of the Speed and Capacity of a Loco¬motive, Mr. Thomas N. Ely, 504
  • Railway, The Delagoa Bay, 352
  • Railway Feed Water Heaters, 267
  • Railways, Four New, Opened for Traffic, 497
  • Railways Between France and Spain, Two New, 29
  • Railway, The Gaisberg Rack, 350
  • Railway Ganges, 375
  • Railways of the Globe, Mileage of the, 177
  • Railways in India, 43, 76, 154, 177, 245
  • Railway Level Crossings, Gates and Fencing, Mr. S. C. Bailey on, 252
  • Railways, Light, 33, 35, 65, 95, 113, 143, 119, 158, 159, 166, 167, 181,188, 204, 259,279, 325, 488
  • Railways, Light, Mr. W. M. Acworth on, 113
  • Railways, Light, Belgian, 259, 279, 325
  • Railways, Light, Early, 488
  • Railways, Light, in Ireland—«r Light Railways in Ireland
  • Railways, Light, by P. W. Meik, 188
  • Railways, Light, Mr. Arthur C. Pain on, 167
  • Railways, Light,The Royal Agricultural Society’s Circular Respecting, 11
  • Railway Lock Automatic Safety Wedge, Messrs. Joseph Kaye and Sons, 284
  • Railway Map of India, 91
  • Railway Matters, 11, 29, 62, 76, 97,113, 135, 155, 177, 201, 219, 245, 263, 289, 311, 329, 355, 387, 401, 423, 441, 473, 497, 507, 532, 556
  • Railway Men, Hours of, and the Act Relating to, 329
  • Railways, Mexican, 245
  • Railway Mileage, Canadian, 245
  • Railways, Mileage of, Per Ten Thousand Inhabi¬tants, 177
  • Railway Mileage in Europe, 201
  • Railways, Nationalisation of the, and Saving to the Nation, 62
  • Railway, The Projected Jungfrau, 11, 532
  • Railway Rates, Increase of, Complaints of
  • Members of the London Chamber of Commerce Respecting, to be Lodged with the Board of Trade, 97
  • Railway Record, Annual, Published in Germany, 113
  • Railway Reform Association, The, and The Nationalisation of the Railways, 62
  • Railway Relics, Ancient, 538
  • Railways for Russia, New, 201
  • Railway Schemes, Scotch, 164
  • Railways in Siam, 507
  • Railway, Siberian, 208
  • Railways, Signalling on, 363
  • Railway Signalling, Automatic, 183, 319
  • Railway Speeds, 36
  • Railway Speed in the United States, 154
  • Railway to Square Mileage in Madras and Bom¬bay, Proportion of, 256 Railway Statistics, Some German, 197
  • Railway Traffic in the North and the Severe Weather, 97
  • Railway Trains, Heating, 222
  • Railways and Tramways, Light, Parliamentary
  • Procedure as Affecting, 204
  • Railways and Tramways, Light, Report of Com¬mittee of Conference, 95, 119
  • Railway, The Uganda, 154
  • Railways in West Africa, Construction of, 547
  • Railway Working, Mons. A. Kamache, 11
  • Railway Working, Irish, 162
  • Railways, Working of Scotch, 292
  • Railway Working and Strikes, 206
  • Rain, Energy Represented by Falling, 11
  • Rainfall over the Thames Valley in 1894, 177
  • Rajpipla State Railways, Tenders Invited, 387
  • Ramie Fibre, New Process for Extracting, 81
  • Ramie Fibre, Treating, 117
  • Ramsay, Professor, on the Compounds of Argon, 329
  • Ramsay, Professor, Discovery of Helium, 263
  • Ramsay, Professor W., Spectra of Argon and Helium, 515
  • Ramsay, Professor, and Miss Dorothy Marshall,
  • On the Measurement of the Latent Heats of Vaporisation of Various Organic Liquids, 87
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Messrs., “New
  • Implements ” at the Royal Agricultural Show, 553
  • Rapid Work Achieved by the North British Rail¬way Company, 311
  • Rarer Metals and their Alloys, Prof. Roberts-Austen on the, 238
  • Rascb, Dr., on the Prevention of Electrolysis of Underground Pipes, 473
  • Rateau Fan at the Lens Colliery, 451
  • Rathenau and Rubens, M.M., on Telegraphing without Wires, 113
  • Rattray Head Lighthouse, 322
  • Ravensthorpe, Off the Rails at, 286
  • Rayleigh, Lord, on Photographing by means of the Electric Spark, 219
  • Rayleigh, Lord, Faraday Modal Conferred on, 245
  • Rayleigh, Lord, Waves and Vibrations, 166, 200, 238, 262, 296, 328
  • Read, Mr. T. C., Killed by the Collapse of an Hydraulic Lift, 177
  • Recoil Springs Replaced by Hydraulic Recoils in the New Gun Mounting on the “Excellent," 387
  • Recorder, Thompson and Marsden, 93, 116
  • Red car Ironworks, Boiler Explosion at, 525, 530, 559
  • Reducing the Cost of Production, 181
  • Reid’s Patent Water-tube Boilers for the “Janus,” 245
  • Refuse Destructor Apparatus of the City of London Commissioners of Sewers at Lett’s Wharf, 201
  • Refuse Removed from the Streets of the City of London, 219
  • Reeves’ Feed-water Filter, 509
  • Refrigerating Plant, 61 Reliance Stockless Anchor, The, 406
  • “Reliance” Tram-car Brake, The, Mr. J. H. B©tt©l©y 274
  • “Renown, ' H.M. First-class Battleship, 489
  • “ Renown," Launch of H.M.S., 430
  • Rents, Steam, 57, 79
  • Reservoir, Iron Covered, Bordeaux Water Supply Works, 30, 31
  • Reservoirs for Irrigation Purposes in the Madras Presidency, 263
  • Reservoir Level Electrical Indicator, 243
  • Resistance of Ships, Solid Stream Forms and the Depth of Water necessary to avoid Abnormal, Retrogradation of the Shadow on the Sundial, Mr. W. B. Blaikie on the, 429
  • Reversing Gear, Single Exccntric, Messrs. Mann and Charles worth, 209
  • Revolving Observation Towers, United States of America, 135
  • Reynolds’ “ Burner” Grate, 189
  • Reynolds, Mr. E., Death of, 59
  • Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway, Completion of, 245
  • Rhone, Water Power of, to be Used for Electric Light and Power Work, 329
  • Rhyl, Sanitary Works at, 518
  • Rhyl Sewage Works, Gas Engines Built by Messrs. Crossley Bros., 532
  • Richards, Mr. T. W., On the Atomic Weight of Strontium, 441
  • Richardson's Axle Bearing, 31
  • Richardson, Sir B. W., Electrical Cabinet, 384
  • Richardson, Mr. John, On the Mechanical and
  • Electrical Regulation of Steam Engines, 124
  • Richmond Lock, Complaints of the Effect of the, II
  • Rickard, Mr. George, Light Draught River Steamers, 305
  • Riga and Odessa, Harbour Works at, 355
  • Riggenbach System, Mountain Railways Constructed by the Maschinen Fabrik, Esslingen, 419
  • “ Rigging” the Iron Market, 292
  • Riggs, Mr. J., On Electrolysis Nodules, 263
  • Rigidity of Path of Projectiles, 511
  • River Steamers, Light Draught, 305
  • Road Locomotive, Messrs. Marshall, Sons, and Co., 552
  • Roberts-Austen, Professor, Electrical Furnace, 384, 515
  • Roberts-Austen, Professor, On the Rarer Metals and their Alloys, 238
  • Robertson, Mr. Robert, On Electrical Haulage at Earnock Colliery, 223
  • Robinson, Mr. Mark, On the Niclausse Boiler, 548, 559
  • Robinson, Mr. Mark, and Captain H. Riall Sankey, On a Method of Preventing Vibrations in Marine Engines, 327, 332
  • Roberts-Austen, Professor W. C., Third Report to the Alloys Research Committee, 374
  • Robinson and Co., Messrs. T., Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Show, 555
  • Robinson and Oldfield's Feed Motion, Atlas Works, Glasgow, 156
  • Rock Drills, Brandt’s, 74, 75
  • Rock Drill, The Optimus, 5
  • “ Rocking ” Chimneys on Factories, 33
  • Rocking Gates for Anthracite Coal-burning Engines, 401
  • Rogers, Mr. G. S. W., Sewage Purification, 164
  • Rois, Mr. J. D., Day Census of the City, 201
  • Rolled and Riveted Joints, Strength of, 340
  • Rolling Machine for Ball Bearings, 186
  • Rolling Mill for the Johnson Co., Lorain, U.S.A., Messrs. Galloway, Limited, 446, 453
  • Rolling on a Non-synchronous Wave, The Ampli¬tude of, 504
  • Rolling Stock by Steam Heating, 245
  • Roman Villa at Darenth, 289
  • Rome, Electric Lighting of, 48
  • Rome, Electric Omnibus Road to be Built in, 556
  • Rome, Partial Reconstruction of a Bridge at, 115
  • “ Rossya,” The Belleville Generators for the, 548
  • Rouen, The New Electric Tramwavs, 473
  • Rous-Marten, Charles, A New Great Northern Engine, 173
  • Rubens, Dr., on Telegraphing to a Distance with¬out Wires, 113
  • Riicker, Professor A. W., Magnetic Survey of the United Kingdom, 496
  • Rudder Motor, The New-Mayne Electric, 304
  • Ruhr District, Coal in the, 177
  • Rupee Basis, Building of Tributary Lines in India on the, 311
  • Russia, Agricultural Implements in, 209
  • Russia, Agricultural Machines in South, 134
  • Russia, New Lines in, 97
  • Russia, One Week’s Grain Exports from, 329
  • Russia, Projected Railway Construction in, 201
  • Russian Coal-producing Neighbourhood, Exhaus¬tion of Forests in the, 245
  • Russian Imperial Yacht “Standart,” 353
  • Russian Minister of Finance, Sum Set Apart by the, for Two Steamers for the Volunteer Fleet, 387
  • Russian Navy, The, 262
  • Russian Navy, Keels of Four New Ships Laid for the, 496
  • Russian Navy, Thick Plates for the, Ordered in Pennsylvania, 97
  • Russian Pig Iron Industry, 311
  • Russian Railways, 97, 155, 401
  • Russian Railways, New, 97, 155, 401
  • Russian Railways, Railway between St. Petersburg and the Ural, 401
  • Russian Waterways, Total Length of and Traffic on, 245
  • Rusting of Iron and Steel Railway Bridges, Facts bearing on the, 556
  • Rust, Iron and Steel Protected from, by the Carbonates of Potash and Soda, 135
  • Rusting of Niagara Bridge from Salt Drippings and Composition used to Protect the same, 556
  • Ruthven Bridge over the Spey, Kingussie, 295, 298
  • Royal Agricultural Society :—
  • Albion Cultivator, Messrs. Blackstone, 554
  • Blackstone and Co., Messrs., Exhibits, 553, 554
  • Chaff Cutter, Messrs. Marshall, 553
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., Exhibits, 553
  • Cook, Mr. Wm., Exhibits, 554
  • Crossley Bros., Messrs., Exhibits, 552
  • Cylinder Steam Cooker Company, Exhibits, 554
  • Darlington Meeting of the Show, 401, 551
  • Double Vibromotor Scalper, Measrs. Turner, 553
  • “Easy" Scrow Jack, Mr. Geo. Tangye, 555
  • Edwards, Mr. Wynne, Plate Harrows, 555
  • Hardy Patent Pick Company, Exhibits, 554
  • Hornsby and Sons, Messrs., Exhibits, 553
  • Howard, Messrs. J. and F., Exhibits, 552, 554
  • Kohinoor Purifier, The, 555
  • Locomotive, Road, Messrs. Marshall, Sons, and Co., 552
  • Marsden, Mr. H. R., Exhibits, 554
  • Marshall, Sons, and Co., Messrs., Exhibits, 552, 553
  • Meeting in 1897, 401 Milking Machine, Dr. Shiels, 554
  • Miscellaneous Implements at the Show, 553
  • “ New Implements,” Machines Entered as, 553, 555
  • Oil Engine, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, 552
  • Oil Engines, Messrs. J. and F. Howard, 552, 554
  • Picksley, Sims, and Co., Messrs., Exhibits. 553
  • Pooley and Sons, Messrs. H., Exhibits, 555
  • Prizes for Hay Making and Clover Machines, and Conditions Attached, 29
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Messrs., Exhibits, 553
  • Robinson and Sons, Messrs. T., Exhibits, 555
  • Steam, Oil, and Gas Engines at the Show, 551, 552, 553
  • Tangyes, Messrs., Exhibits, 552, 555
  • Thistle Mechanical Milking Machine Company Exhibits, 554
  • Traction Engine, Messrs. Wallis and Steevens, 551
  • Turner, Messrs. E. R. and F., Exhibits, 553
  • Wallis and Steevens, Messrs., Exhibits, 552
  • Weyman and Hitchcock, Messrs., Exhibits, 553
  • Royal Agricultural Society of England, Their Circular about Light Railways, 11
  • Royal Agricultural Society of England, Trials of Oil Engines, 53
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Total of Shed¬ding at, 441
  • Royal Agricultural Show, Darlington, Dates when
  • Applications of Space and Entries must be made, 219
  • Royal Agricultural Society in 1897, Meeting of the, 401
  • Royal Aquarium, Steam Launches at the, 316
  • “ Royal Arthur," H.M.S.,376
  • Royal Dockyards,The “Powerful”and “Terrible” too Large for the Docks of the, 473
  • Royal Dublin Society:
  • Occurrence of Seiches in Lake Derravaragh, County Westmeath, Staff - Commander J. R. F. Macfarlane, R.N., 311
  • Royal Institution, The:
  • Alternating and Interrupted Electric Currents, Professor George Forbes, 351
  • Annual Meeting, Report, and Election of Officers, 408
  • Christmas Lectures, Professor J. A. Fleming, 77
  • Electric Currents, Professor George Forbes, 396
  • Electric Spark, Photographic Qualities of an, Lord Rayleigh on, 219
  • Gaseous Bromine, Experiment Showing Effect of Low Temperature on, by Professor Dewar, 418
  • Lecture Arrangements after Easter, 249
  • Liquefaction of Gases, Professor Dewar, 396, 417, 468
  • Magnetisation of Iron by Electric Currents, Dr. John Hopkinson, 417
  • Phosphorescence and Photographic Action at Low Temperatures, Professor Dewar, 77
  • Spectroscopic Astronomy, Dr. Wm. Huggins, 468
  • Stained Glass Windows and Painted Glass, Mr. Lewis F. Day, 77
  • Waves and Vibrations, Lord Rayleigh’s Lectures on, 166, 200, 238, 262, 296, 328
  • Royal Meteorological Society, The :—
  • Discussion on Mr. C. Harding’s Paper on the Gale of December 21st, 1894, 135
  • Frost of January and February, 1895, Messrs. F. C. Bayard and W. Marriott, 360
  • Hints on Photographing Clouds, Mr. Birt Acres, 360
  • Thunderstorm and Squall, January 23rd, 1895, Mr. W. Marriott on the, 155
  • Royton Canal, 260
  • Royal Roads to Calculation, Mr. A. P. Trotter on, 155, 210
  • Royal School of Mines, Dinner of Old Students, 62, 106
  • Royal Scottish Society of Arts :—
  • Direct-Reading Micrometer Wire Gauge, Mr. J. Ciceri Smith, 429
  • Royal Society, The :—76
  • Iron and Steel at Welding Temperatures, Mr. T. Wrightson, 239
  • Conversaziones, List of Exhibits at, 384, 515
  • Royal United Services Institution :—
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Mr. John I. Thorny- croft, 440
  • SACHS, Mr. E. 0., and Mr. A. E. Woodrow, on Modern Opera Houses and Theatres, 219
  • Safety Lift Appliances, 223, 252, 267, 510
  • Safety Appliances for Elevators, 510
  • Safety Doors for Hoists, Messrs. Lomnitz and Duxbury, 272
  • Safety, Rules for, United States State Railroad Commission’s, 497
  • Sagar and Company, Messrs. J., Wood-working Machinery, 283
  • Sailing Ships, 184
  • Sailing Vessels, Steamers and, 337
  • St Catharine’s Tunnel Collapse, 266, 289
  • St Catharine's Tunnel, Line Restored Through, 289
  • St Gothard Railway Blocked by Avalanches, 62
  • St Gothard Mount, and Stanzerhorn Cable Rail¬way, Mr. S. J. Berg on the, 28 St. James’ and Pall Mall Electric Lighting Com¬pany, The Attorney-General v., 223
  • St. Pancras Vestry’s Electric Installation, Explo¬sion Connected with, 177
  • “St Paul," Failure to Launch the New American Liner, 263
  • Salmon, Speed Record of the Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 401
  • Salomons, Sir David, His Exhibits at the Royal Society’s Conversazione, 515
  • Saloon Steamer for the Thames, A New, 517
  • Salt Drippings from Refrigerator Cars, Effect of, on Niagara Bridge, and Means Taken to Pro¬tect it from Rusting, 556
  • Saltaire, Compound Mill Engine at, 34, 38
  • Salterthwaite, Mr. C. G., on Modern Permanent Way, 294
  • Sandown Junction, Collision at, 245
  • Sandy Hook, Defence of the Entrance to New York Harbour, 423
  • Sandy Hook, Mortar and Gun Trials at, 441
  • Sandycroft Foundry Company, Winding Engines with Piston Valves, 295
  • Saner, Mr. J. A., Cinsl Navigation, 21
  • Sanitary Engineering, 1894, 19
  • Sanitary Engineering of London and tbe Death Rate, 177
  • Sanitary Exhibition in Paris, 401
  • Sanitary Exhibition, International, 432
  • Sanitary Works at Rbyl, 518
  • Sankey, Captain H. R., on the Governing of
  • Steam Engines by Throttling, and by Variable Expansion, 141, 351, 373, 385, 394, 400, 409
  • Sankey, Captain H. Rial, and Mr. Mark Robinson on a Method of Preventing Vibrations in Marine Engines, 327, 332
  • “ Saratovski Lsdokoi,” Trial Trip of the, 501
  • Sitnrn, Professor Keeler’s Discovery Concerning tbe Rings Round, 329
  • Saunders, Dr., on the Daath Rate in tbe City, 507
  • Sautter, Harle and Co., Messrs., The “ Lightning Light,” 548
  • Saw Bench with Rising and Falling Table, Mr. A. E. Berry, 122
  • Sawyer, Mr. A. B., on the Banket Formation at Johannesburg, 496
  • Say Sugar Works, Filters at the, 7
  • Scavenger Charge in Gas Motors, 181
  • Sceaux Railway, Underground Extension of, 230, 401
  • Schafberg Railway, Rack Rail Locomotive, 91, 99
  • Schlick, Mr., Vibrations of Higher Order in Steamers and Torsional Vibrations, 326
  • Schiilar's New Wickless Petroleum Lamp, 155
  • Science and Art Department’s Circular, 97
  • Science in 1894, 47
  • “Scientist,” Some Well-known Men on the Word, 11
  • Scotch Boiler, The Belleville and, 10
  • Scotch Miners’ Representatives, Conference on
  • Colliers’ Wages, The, 441 Scotch Railway Schemes, 164
  • Scotch Railways, Working of, 292
  • Scott and Mountain, Messrs., Large Electric End¬less Rope Haulage Plant, 401
  • Scotter, Sir Charles, 11
  • Screw-cutting Gear, Penwarden’s, 123
  • Sea-going Efficiency of Monitors, The, 75
  • Sea at St. Margaret's, Encroachment of the, 97
  • Search-light Signals of Weather Forecasts from the Chicago Auditorium, 311 Seasoning Wood, 320
  • Seaton, Mr. A. E., on Water-tube Boilers, 454
  • Second-class Sleeping Cars on German Railways, 497
  • Seeley, Professor H. G-, on the Nature and Forms of Hills and Valleys, 177
  • Seiches in Lake Derravaragb, on the Occurrence of, 311
  • Seine, Main Sewer Under the, 320
  • Selected American Patents, 24, 44, 68, 88, 108, 130, 150, 172, 194, 214, 236, 258, 278, 302,324, 346, 368, 392, 414, 436, 458, 480, 502, 522,544, 568
  • Self-propelled Pleasure Carriages, 533
  • Servia, Railway Mileage in, 62
  • Severn, Tbe, 453
  • Severn, Utilisation of the, 381
  • Seville Waterworks Company, Tenders for a Foot¬bridge over the Guadalquivir, 177
  • Sewage of Far Cotton and Cotton End, 497
  • Sewage Purification, Mr. C. H. Beloe, 253
  • Sewage Purification, Mr. G. S. W. Rogers on, 164
  • Sewage Works of Moss Works, Manchester, 333
  • Sewer Outfall Pipe, Sunk to the Bottom of the Rhine, Cologne, 177
  • Sewer nnder the Seine, Construction of a Main, 320
  • Sewerage Scheme for Grangetown, Sunderland,
  • Report on, Mr. D. Balfour, 135
  • Sewerage Scheme for Newcastle-on-Tyne, 76
  • Sexton, Professor A. Humboldt, His Election, 355
  • Shadow on the Sundial, On the Retrogradation of the. 429
  • Shamokin Boiler Explosion, Pennsylvania, 180
  • Sharp, Stewart, and Co., Messrs., Locomotives by, 94, 95
  • Sharp, Stewart, and Co., Messrs., Locomotive Lifting Tackle, 156
  • " Sharpshooter ” Trials, The, 535
  • Shaw-Lefevre, Mr., Text of his Bill to Amend the Law with respect to the Use of Locomotives on Highways, 565
  • Shaw, Mr. W. N., His Exhibit at the Royal Society Conversazione, 384
  • Sheathing for Steel Ships, Wood and Copper, 504, 506
  • Sheffield Chamber of Commorce on the Trade Depression of 1894, 97
  • Sheffield City Council and the Water of the Porter and Little Don, 29
  • Sheffield District, 21, 41,65, 85, 105, 127, .147, 169, 191,211, 233, 255, 275, 299, 321, 343, 365, 389, 411, 433, 455, 477, 499, 519, 541, 565
  • Sheffield, Electric Lighting in, 556
  • Sheffield and Goole, Canal Communication between, 29
  • Sheffield to Keadby, Waterway from, 468
  • Sheffield and Sonth Yorkshire Navigation Co. and the Navigation of the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railwav, 201
  • Shelter r. the City of London Eloctric Lighting Co., 506
  • Sheppard’s Capstan, 316
  • Shield, Mr. A. H., Practical Curve Tracing for
  • Graphic Calculations, 137
  • Shield, Mr. A. H., A Rapid Method of Approxi¬mation to Earthwork Quantities, 443
  • Shields, Dr. John, his Exhibit at the Royal Society
  • Conversazione, 384 Shiels, Dr., Milking Machine, 554
  • Ship's Boilers, 185, 197
  • Ship Boiler Explosions, Fatal, 473
  • Shipbuilders in the North, and the Severity of the Weather, 97
  • Shipbuilding in 1894, 26
  • Shipbuilding Firms of the United Kingdom, The Three First, 62
  • Shipbuilding for French Navy, New, 11 Shipbuilding, Low Prices in, 142 Shipbuilding, A Spurt in, 58
  • Shipbuilding on the Thamos, Marine Engineering and, 539
  • Shipbuilding on the Tyne, The Story of, 393
  • Shipbuilding in the United States, 84
  • Shipbuilding Yard for the Port of Lisbon, Tenders for, 62
  • Shipping Trade, Signs of Improvement in the, 441
  • Ships, Abnormal Resistance of, Depth of Water Necessary to Avoid, 305
  • Ships’ Bottoms, Recipe for Paint for, 289
  • Ship Canal Project to Unite the Great Lakes with the Atlantic, 39
  • Ship Canal for Somersetshire, Proposed, 113
  • Ship Canals, On the Suez, and Manchester, Sir E. L. Williams, 123
  • Ship Canal, U.S.A., Proposed, 473
  • Ships, Construction of, 154
  • Ships and Engines, On Vibrations of, 320
  • Ships, Navy Yard, 164 Ships, Sailing, 184
  • Ships, Stablity of French Armoured, 425
  • Ships of War, Engineering in, 222
  • Ships of War, Engineers and, 205
  • Ships of War, Instability in, 491
  • Ships of War, The Machinery of Our, 100
  • Shipwrights as Fitters, 134
  • Shoe Machinery Co., Limited, v. Cutlan, 529
  • Shone System for Karachi, Drainage Works on the, 245
  • Shuttle, Sliding, to Replace the Trolley of Electric Lines, 423
  • Siam, New Railway in, 387
  • Siam, Railways in, 507
  • Siberia and Turkestan, Proposed Connection of, by Railway, 387
  • Siberian Railway, 208, 311, 441, 473, 532
  • Siborian Railway, Gross Mismanagement and
  • Waste of Money on, 311
  • Siberian Railway, Iron Tiles for, 473
  • Siberian Railway, Rumoured more South Route Proposed for the, 441
  • Siborian Railway, Superintendence of, 632
  • Siberian Railway, The Trans-Baikal Section of the, 473
  • Siemens Bros, and Co.’s Works, Visit to, 232
  • Sigaudy, M. Pierre, Coupling Boilers of Different Systems, 525, 538
  • Signalling Apparatus, Admiral Fane’s, 11
  • Signalling Appliances on the Hull and Barnsley Railway, 239
  • Signalling, Automatic, 284
  • Signalling, Automatic Railway, 183, 319
  • Signalling, Fog, 340
  • Signalling, Railway, 363
  • Signalling, Railway, in America, 215
  • Signalling between Stations and Running Trains, 4
  • Signalling Drum, Further Trials of Admiral Fane’s Electrically Illuminated, 387
  • Signals, Transmission of Optical, 387
  • Signals of Weather Forecasts, Search Light, 311
  • Silicate Cotton, Wire-webbed, 532
  • Silvering Glass, Albert Post's Invention for, 29 Simplex Stockless Anchor, The, 316 Simplon Tunnel, The, 1, 25, 45, 69
  • Simplon Tunnel, Italian and Swiss Conference on the, 177
  • Simplon Tunnel, Ventilating Fans for the, 103
  • Simpson and Co., Messrs., Combined Steam En¬gine and Air Compressor, Houses of Parlia¬ment, 527
  • Simpson and Co., Messrs. James, Triple Expansion Worthington Pumping Eogine at Hornsey Sluice, 131, 140
  • Slag from Hematite Furnaces as Manure, 355
  • Sleepers, Hardwood, 209
  • Sleepers for Indian State Railways, 174
  • Sleeping Cars, SecoDd-class, on German Railways, 497
  • Slide Valves and Piston Packings, Balanced, 148
  • Sloan, Mr., On Submarine Cables, 159
  • Smith, Dr. Angus, his Composition for Coating Pipes and Castings, 226
  • Smith, Mr. A. H. Newsam, On Locomotive Repairing Work, 232
  • Smith, Mr. Chaloner, 245
  • Smith, Mr. John Chaloner, 339
  • Smith, Mr. J. Ciceri, on his Direct Reading Micrometer Wire Gauge, 429
  • Smith, Mr. Morris F., Revolving Observation Tower, 135
  • Smith and Vale Duplex Pump, 75
  • Smokeless Powders, Mr. Hudson Maxim’s Ex¬periments with, 473
  • Snow, Italian Lines blocked by, 62
  • Snowdon Mountain Rack Railway, Messrs. Richard White and Sons, and the, 311
  • Snowdon Railway, The, 39, 329
  • Snowdon Railway, Progress of the, 329
  • Société des Anciens Etablissements Cail, Visit to the, 648
  • Society of Arte, The:—
  • Arc Lamps, Prof. S. Thompson on the, 76
  • Light Railways, Mr. W. M. Acworth, 113, 158
  • Papers to bo Read after Easter, 323
  • Society of Arts, The Royal Scottish Adaptation of tbe Welsbach Incandescent
  • Light for Ordinary Optical Lantern Work as Improved by Special Oxygen Supply Attachment, Mr. Wm. Penman, 359
  • Graphic Method of Recording Weather Obser¬vations, Mr. Alexander Frazer, 359
  • Society, Bath and Western and Southern Counties of England
  • Chaff Cutters Sifters, Messrs. Carson and Toone, 493
  • Dairy Machinery, Messrs. R. A. Lister and Co., and the Dairy Outfit Company, 493
  • Hay Tedder, Mr. T. G. Shipper, 493
  • Iron Farm Requisites, Galvanised Iron Troughs,
  • &c., Messrs. Hill and Smith, 493
  • Mowing Machines, Messrs. E. H. Bentall and Co., 493
  • Mowing and Reaping Machines, Messrs. A. and J. Main and Co., 493
  • Show to bo held at Taunton, 46-1
  • Society, Bristol University College Engi¬neering :—
  • Textile Machinery, Senhor Maia, 145
  • Society, Caiidridge Philosophical Method of Determining tho Conductivities of
  • Badly Conducting Substances, Prof. J. J. Thomson, 219
  • Society, The Chemical:—
  • Argon, On the Compounds of, Remarks by Prof.
  • Ramsay, 329
  • Electro-motive Force of an Iodine Cell, Mr. A. P. Laurie, 245
  • Faraday Medal conferred upon Lord Rayleigh, 245,329
  • Society of Civil Engineers, The American:— Static Friction, Mr. C. M. Broomall, 232
  • Society, Civil and Mechanical Engineers’:— Annual Report of the Committee of Visitors
  • and Election of New Members, 408
  • Caissons and Dock Gates, Mr. A. W. Ackermann, 33
  • Chain Making, Mr. W. Cooper Penn, 376
  • Checking Engineering Calculations, Mr. A. Hanssen, 69
  • Construction of Railway Bridges under 100ft. Span, by Mr. Walter Beer, 408
  • Engine-room Practice at Sea, Mr. W’. M. Binny, 139
  • Laundry Machinery, Mr. H. Coward, 344
  • Passenger Lifts, Mr. S. h Court, 252
  • Visits of the Members, 311
  • Water Waste Preventer Cisterns, Mr. E. H. G. Brewster, 155
  • Society for the Encouragement of National Industry, French :—
  • Microscopic Analysis of Steel, M. Osmond, 245
  • Society of Engineers
  • Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. W. G. Peirce, 112
  • Parliamentary Procedure as Affecting Light
  • Railways and Tramways, 204
  • Portland Cement, Some Points in its Testing,
  • Uses, and Abuses, Mr. D. B. Butter, 317
  • Premiums Awarded, 112
  • Safety Appliances for Elevators, Mr. H. W. Umney, 510
  • Society of Engineers, The Amalgamated :—
  • Nomination of Candidates, 329
  • Society, The Physical, Berlin, 97:—
  • Automatic Mercurial Pumps and Valve, De¬scribed by Prof. Neesen, 556
  • Distribution of Energy in tho Spectrum of a
  • Triplex Burner, Experiments made by Prof.
  • König and Dr. Rubens, 556
  • Influence of Electrio Waves of the Galvanic Resistance of Metallic Conductors, Dr. Aschkinass on the, 97
  • Perception of Colours, Mr. H. W. Vogel, 76
  • Telegraphing without Wires, Dr. Rubens and Messrs. W. and E. Rathonau’s Experiments on, 113
  • Society, King’s College Engineering :—
  • Cable Tramways, Mr. Brown, 216
  • Illumination of Lighthouses, Mr. Keigwin, 442
  • Manufacture of Files, Mr. Welbourn, 181
  • Modern Locomotive, Mr. Kelly on the, 124
  • Phototyping, Mr. Mott, 475
  • Submarine Cables, Mr. Sloan, 159
  • Tower Bridge, Mr. Mowat, 532
  • Society, Liverpool Enoineering
  • Marine Evaporators, Mr. D. B. Morison, 230
  • Tramways and Tramway Action, Mr. John A. Brodie, 59
  • Various Methods of Balancing Machinery and on Automatically Balanced Machinery, On, 90
  • Visits during the Forthcoming Summer, 449
  • Society of Mechanical Engineers, The American :—
  • Trials of a Recent Compound Engine with a Cylinder Ratio of 7 to 1, Mr. F. W. Dean, 63
  • Society, The Physical :—
  • Determination of Thermal Conductivity and Emissivity, Mr. Eumorfopoulos, 87
  • Influence of the Dimensions of a Body on the Thermal Emission from its Surface, Mr. A. W. Porter, 87
  • Measurement of a Cyclically Varying Tempera¬ture, Mr. Burstall, 532
  • Measurement of Latent Heats of Vaporisation of Various Organic Liquids, Prof. Ramsay and Miss Dorothy Marshall, 87
  • Passage of an Oscillator Wave-train through a Plate of Conducting Dieletric, Mr. G. U. Ynle, 87
  • Students' Simple Apparatus for Determining the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, by Prof. W. E. Ayrton and Mr. H. C. Haycroft, 11
  • Tests of Glow Lamps, Mr. Medley and Prof. Ayrton, 146
  • Thermal Constant C. of the Elements, Mr. N. F. Deerr, 556
  • Society, Physical, The French :—
  • Method of Burning Oxygen and Coal Gas under Liquid, M. Bandsept on a, 97
  • Society for the Preservation of the Monu¬ments of Ancient Egypt :—
  • Scheme for Survey, 145 Society, Royal Meteorological:—
  • Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. Inwards, Dealing with " Weather Fallacies,” 59
  • Society, The Royal—see Royal Society Society, The Royal Agricultural—see Royal Agri¬cultural Society
  • Society, Steam Engine Makers’ :—
  • Annua! Report, Mr. James Swift's, 189
  • Societe Technique de l’Industrie du Gas en France:—
  • Prizes Offered by, 135
  • Society of Vienna, The Agricultural, 117
  • Society, The Yorkshire College Engineer¬ing :—
  • Breakdowns at Sea, and how they have been Repaired, Mr. Wm. Welbury, 223, 475, 490,
  • Friction of Water in Pipes, Mr. H. O. Eurich, 285
  • Pelton Wheel, On Experiments with the, Mr. Wm. Middleton, 284
  • On the Testing of Indicator Springs, Mr. J. C. S. Lawson, 285
  • Sodium Fluoride'! 13
  • Soho Foundry, Tho, 288
  • Soho Foundry, Sale of the, 449
  • Solarometer, The, 474
  • Solicitors, Employment by, 514
  • Sooysmith and Co., of Now York, Freezing
  • Quicksand by Means of Compressed Air, 556
  • South African Exhibition, 498
  • Southall’s Gas Engines, 272, 285, 320
  • Southam, Railway Accident near, 423
  • Southampton, Application for Extension of the Borough Boundaries, 177
  • Southampton Harbour, Three New Electrical Cranes for, 532
  • Southampton Main Drainage, 345
  • South-Eastern Railway, The, 529
  • South-Eastern Railway, A Correspondent on the Defects of the, 532
  • South-Eastern Railway, Widening of the, 113
  • Southend Pier, The Extension of, 11
  • South Indian Railway, Strengthening the Girders, Ac., of the, 289
  • Sonth Pacific Railways, Engine Drivers Paid by Mileage, 219
  • South Sban States to Kyang Chang, New Line from, 289
  • South Staffordshire Coalowners’ Association De¬cide not to Gauge Boats as the Selling Weight of Coal, 29
  • Sonth Wales Collieries, Revision of the Special Rules for the, 289
  • South Wales Portland Cement and Lime Co., Ld., Total Output of Hydraulic Lias Lime, 263
  • Southwark Bridge Explosion Inquiry, The, 117
  • Southwark Bridge Explosions, Trial of a Case Arising out of the, 532
  • South Yuba Water Company, Electric Power Transmission Plant at Newcastle, Cal., 311
  • Spain and Home-built Gunboats, 427
  • Spain, New Railways in, 473
  • Spanish Government Order, Relative to Spanish Engineers, 135
  • Spanish Navy, Gunboats for the, 473 Specific Heat of Ice, 180
  • Spectroscopic Astronomy, Dr. W. Huggins on, 468
  • Spectrum of a Triplex Burner, On the Distribution of Energy in the, 556
  • Speed of Steamships ? 469
  • Speeds at which Electric Cars are Run, 155
  • Spence-Donlton Bare Electric Light Mains, The, 123
  • “ Spitfire,” Launch of the, 507
  • Sprague, Duncan, and Hutchinson,Messrs., Elec¬tric Locomotive, 441
  • Spurt in Shipbuilding, A, 58
  • Stability of French Armoured Ships, 425
  • Stability in Ships, Principles of Statistical, 148
  • Staff Holder, Great Southern and Western Rail¬way, Ireland, 114
  • Staffordshire through Derbyshire and Notting¬hamshire, Proposed Railway from, 97
  • Stained Glass Windows, Mr. Lewis F. Day, 77
  • Standard Zone Time, Adoption of, by the Austra¬lian Colonies, 113
  • Standards of Light, 447
  • “Standart's” Propellers, The, 377
  • “Standard,” The Russian Imperial Yacht, 353
  • Standard Orders Committee, Bills that have Passed, 355
  • Standing Orders, Compliance with, Certified by Examiners, 201
  • Standpipe, Lambeth Brass and Iron Co., 133
  • Stanford's Metropolitan Improvements Map, Session 1895, 129
  • Stanley Exhibition of Cycles, 401
  • Stannard, Mr. Harry Laurie, 185
  • Stansfield, Mr. Alfred, On the Pyrometric Exa¬mination of the Alloys of Copper and Tin, 374
  • Stanzerhorn Cable Railway, Mr. S. J. Berg on the, 28
  • Static, Electricity in, 311
  • Static Friction, Mr. C. M. Bromall, 232
  • Stays, Steel, 167
  • Stead, Mr., On the Effect of Arsenic on, 416
  • Steamboats for Africa, Light Draught, 379
  • Steam Condenser and Economiser, Hudson's, 243
  • Steam, On the Determination of the Wetness of, 141
  • Steam Engines and tbe Action of Steam Jackets, High Duty, 180
  • Steam Engines Bill, The, 313, 319
  • Steam Engines and Boiler Attendants Bill, 489
  • Steam Engine, Contemporary Economy of the, 314
  • Steam Engine Economy, 285, 314, 320
  • Steam Engine Economy, Mr. Henry Davey, 320
  • Steam in Electric Light Stations, Superheated, 228
  • Steam Engines, Gas v., 252, 266, 285
  • Steam Engines, Gear, 431, 445, 489
  • Steam Engine Governors, 474
  • Steam Engines (Persons in Charge) Bill, 285, 293, 313, 319, 441
  • Steam Engine Problems, 448
  • Steam Engine, Theory of the—see Theory of the Steam Engine
  • Steam Engines, Trip Gear, 445
  • Steam Grab Dredger, Leeds and Liverpool Canal, 356, 359, 375
  • Steam Launches at the Royal Aquarium, 316
  • Steam Laundry, Mile End, Tenders for, 615, 543
  • Steam, The Making of, 247
  • Steam Pipes, 445
  • Steam Pipes, Mr. J. T. Milton on, 305, 341
  • Steam Pipe Supply Valve, Mr. J. Batey, 91
  • Steam Rents, 5/, 79
  • Steam Traction on Common Roads, Mr. S. H. Terry, 134
  • Steam Tramways in Italy, 253, 297
  • Steam, The Work of, 474, 491, 529
  • Steamers, British and Colonial s.s. Company’s New Cargo, 465, 466, 467
  • Steamers for the Dover and Calais Route, Two New, 507
  • Steamers, Light Draught Ferry, Indian State Railways^ 240, 241
  • Steamers, Light Draught River, 305
  • Steamers, On Light Scantling, 525
  • Steamer, A New Saloon, for the Thames, 517
  • Steamer, Oil Carrying, " Aco,” Messrs. Dunlop and Co., 261, 265, 268
  • Steamers for the Russian Volunteer Fleet, New, 387
  • Steamers and Sailing Vessels, 337
  • Steamer, A Wonderful, 398
  • S.S. “Bulluwayo," The, 465
  • S.S. “Caledonia”—see “ Caledonia” s.s. Steamships and Engines, Vibrations of, 335
  • Steamship Fleet, A Great, 492
  • S.S. “Port Salisbury,” Windlass and Warping Capstan, 482, 483
  • S.S. “ Oroya ” in Dock,” 536
  • Steamship Resistance, 319
  • Stern and Hafferl, Messrs., The Schaf berg Rail¬way, 91, 99
  • Steel, Boron, 473
  • Steel and Cast Iron Columns ! Mild, 291 Steel Castings, 391
  • Steel Colliery Wagons and Parts, Indian State Railways, 60
  • Steel, Effect of Arsenic on, 413
  • Steel of Extra Welding Quality, Furnace at Anzin for Producing, 76
  • Steel Forging and Ball Bearing Company, Rolling Machine for Ball Bearings, 186
  • Steel Ingots for Armour Plates, Manner of Cast¬ing at the Nan Works, 219
  • Steel v. Iron Fire-Box Stays, 291
  • Steel, Microscopical Analysis of, by M. Osmond 245
  • Steel Obtained by the Silicon Superheating Pro¬cess at Isbergues, 289
  • Steel Plate, Largest ever Rolled, 387
  • Steel Production in the United States, Bessemer, 206
  • Steel Rails for California, tho Lackawanna Steel Company, 355
  • Steel Rails for French Railway Companies, 113
  • Steel Rails for India, Supply of, 219
  • Steel Ships, Wood and Copper Sheathing for, 504, 506
  • Steel Stays, 167
  • Steel and Stone, Relative Resistance of the Hardest, 423
  • Steel Tempering in a Bath of Lead, 607
  • Steel Tubes, English and American, 315
  • Steel Wire, Process for Hardening, 423
  • Steering Gear, Anchor and, s.s. “ Port Salis¬bury,” 482, 483
  • Steps and Platforms, Car, Controversy, 29
  • Sterilising Fluid, Electrolysed Sea Water as a, 289
  • Stern, Mr. A. L.. Method for Determining the Extract of Malt, 464
  • Stern Wheel Steamer for the Oceana Company,
  • Messrs. Yarrow and Company, 452
  • Stockless Anchor, The Reliance, 406
  • Stockless Anchor, The Simplex, 316
  • Stone Breaker, Mr. H. R. Marsden, 555
  • Storage and Conveyance of Compressed Gases, On the Safe, 332
  • Strasburg Industrial Exhibition, 201
  • Strasburg and Mulhouse and Paris, Railway
  • Communication, 29
  • Street Cleaning in Philadelphia, Contract Price for, 11
  • Street Explosions, 226, 306
  • Street Explosions, T. E. Thorpe on, 307
  • Street Paving and Hygiene, 7
  • Street Railroad in Dessau, 155
  • Street Railway Mileage in the United States, 219
  • Street Subways for Large Towns, 475
  • Street Transformer Boxes, London County Council's Interference with, Checked, 11, 62
  • Stresses on a Polygonal Truss ? 35, 72, 93
  • Stretton, Mr. Clement E., on Brake Trials upon the North-Eastern Railway, 496
  • Strength of Rolled and Riveted Joists? 291
  • Strength of Rolled and Riveted Joists, 340, 375
  • Strike at Clydebank, 355
  • Strikes, Railway Working and, 206
  • Strontium, Atomic Weight of, Redetermined, 441
  • “ Sturgeon,’’.Another Unsatisfactory Trial of the Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 387 “Sturgeon,” Official Speed Trial of the, 329
  • Submarine Boat, The Italian, 311
  • Submarine Boat for the United States Navy, Ths “Holland,” 355
  • Submarine Boats, Experiments with, United States Navy, 133
  • Submarine Cable Grapnels, Messrs. Johnson and Phillips, 122
  • Submarine Cables, Mr. Sloan on, 159
  • Submarine Navigation, 461
  • Submarine Vessel, the “Gustave Zédé,” Trial Trips of, 76
  • Subway Explosions, On, 497
  • Subways for Large Towns, Street, 475
  • Suez and St Mary's Falls Canals, Increasing
  • Average Size of Vessels Using the, 532
  • Sugar Mill, Mr. Leblanc’s Compound, 38
  • Sulman, Mr. H. L., Improvements in Gold Ex¬traction, 187
  • Sulphuric Acid, Instance of the Great Dissolving Powers of, 135
  • “ Sultan ” Battleship, Refit of tbe Old, 473
  • Sulzer Bros., Brandt's Rock Drills, 74, 75
  • Sunderland Sewerage Scheme, 135
  • Sun Dial, Mr. W. Blaikie on the Retrogradation of the Shadow on the, 429
  • Suporheated Steam in Electric Light Stations, 228
  • Superstructure of Railway Bridges, Mr. Conradi, jun., on, 217 Supplements :—
  • Admiralty Distribution of Naval Engineers in the Fleet, March 8th, 1895
  • Express Locomotive, Great Western Railway, Details of Frames and Bogies, Mr. W. Dean, June 28tb, 1895
  • Compound Corliss Condensing Engines, Leicester Electricity Works, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., June 21st, 1895
  • Express Passenger Engine, Caledonian Railway, Mr. John Larnbie, May 10th, May 31st, 1895
  • Express Passenger Locomotive, Highland Rail¬way, Mr. D. Jones, February 1st, 1895
  • Four-coupled Bogie Express Engine, London and South-Western Railway, Mr. W. Adams, March 22nd, 1895
  • Great Western Railway Locomotive and Wagon Shops, Swindon, Mr. W. Dean, June 28tb, 1895
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Westminster, Mr. Chas. Barry, January 18th, 1895
  • New North Bridge, Waverley Station, Edin¬burgh, Messrs. Cunningham, Blytb, and Westland, January 18th, 1895
  • Triple Expansion Engines of the Chilian Cruiser, “Blanco Encalada, Messrs. Humphrys, Ten¬nant, and Co., January 4th, 1895
  • Surat Waterworks, Pumps for, 62
  • Surveying by H.M.S. “ Triton,” 329
  • Suspension Bridge Across the Hudson, Plans and Estimates for, 507
  • Sutton-in-Ashfield Sewerage Works, 177
  • Sweating on an Indian Railway, 289
  • Sweden, Armour-clads for, 115
  • Swedish Iron Ore finds a Good Markot in Germany, 387
  • Swedish Light or Narrow Gauge Railways, Aver¬age Earnings of the, 355
  • Swedish Railway System, Opening of the North Section of, 473
  • Swedish Railways, Purchase of, by the State, 401
  • Swift, Mr. Jas., Annual Report of the Steam Engine Makers' Society, 189
  • Swindon, Great Western Railway Works (Supplement, June ‘i&lh, 1895), 545, 546, 547, 555 Swing Bridges ? 469
  • “Swinging^’ of Vessels of the Royal Navy to be Discontinued, 219
  • Sydney Harbour Collieries Project, The, 177
  • Synchronising Alternating Current Motor and Contact Maker, Prof. J. A. Fleming, 384
  • Syphon in the Form of a Timber Flume, An In¬verted, beneath the South Platte River. Neb., 556
  • TAFF.Vale Railway, Collision on the, 355
  • Taff \ ale Railway Men, Friction amongst the. 355
  • Tii Taff, Weiring the, 289
  • Tan from Oak Bark, Extracting, 57
  • Tangyes, Limited, Messrs., “ Easy Screw Jack, Til
  • Tangyes, Limited, Messrs., Gas Engines and Centrifugal Pumps, 83
  • Tank, 8.S. '• Aeo,” The, 261, 265, 268, 328
  • Takamine, Diastase as Produced by the Japanese Scientist, 11
  • Tarakeswar and Mogra, Narrow Gauge Railway between, 289
  • Tasker, Mr. John, 90
  • Tasmania, Production of Metals in, 62
  • Taxation of Machinery and Ratepayers, 37
  • Taylor, Mr. E. Brongb, On the Colne Valley To Waterworks, 125
  • Taylor, Mr. D. W., Solid Stream Forms and
  • Depth of Water Necessary to avoid Abnormal Resistance of Ships, 305
  • Tayntor and Co., Messrs. C. E., Derrick in the Granite Quarry of, 263
  • Technical Institute for Kingston, 76
  • Tectorium, A Substitute for Window Glass, 11, 62
  • Teddington Lock Gates, Condition of, 507
  • Telegraph Factory Hands, Honrs of, 154
  • Telegraph Lines, World’s Mileage of, 76
  • Telegraph Rates between Great Britain and Africa, Redaction of, 245
  • Telegraphic Communication through India to China, 263
  • Telegraphing to a Distance without Wires, Dr. Rubens on, 113
  • Telephone Communication between London and Berlin, 263
  • Telephone Exchanges, Electric Lamp instead of Bell for, 556
  • Telephone Service, Mr. Forbes’ Evidence on the, 441
  • Telephone Trunk Lines completed by the Post Office, 507
  • Temperature, Average, of the Water of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean, 219 Temperature of Incandescent Filaments, On the Normal, 311
  • Temperature daring the Winter 1895, Lowest Recorded, 556
  • Tempering Steel in a Bath of Lead, Process of, 607
  • Tenders, 475Ï
  • Deposits on, 508
  • Kegworth Waterworks, 124
  • New Weir at Glasgow, The, 101
  • Steam Laundry at the Infirmary, Bancroft-road, E., 515, 543
  • Timber and Concrete Wharf and Coal Shed for 1 Messrs. Neill, 56
  • Upper Stour Valley Main Sewerage—High Level Main Outfall and Subsidiary Sewers, 249
  • Tenders, Deposits on, 508
  • Tenders for Rails, Christiania,
  • Tenders for Semi-Armour Piercing Shells for
  • Naval Rifles, Navy Department, Washington, 62
  • Tenders for Shipbuilding Yard for the Port of 1 Lisbon, 62
  • Terminal Exhaust Steam Engine, Todd’s, 450, 462
  • “ Terrible,” Launch of H.M.S., 464, 471
  • Terry, Mr. Stephen H., Steam Traction on Common Roads, 134
  • Tesla, Mr. Nikola, his Laboratory Destroyed by Fire, 289
  • Tester for Hysteresis in Iron, Magnetic, 384
  • Testing Connecting Rods in Batches, 310
  • Testing Machine, The Yorkshire College, 430 Testing Railway Axles, 474
  • Tests of Boilers, Evaporative, 326 Tests of Cylinder and Trunk Bores, 307 '
  • Textile Machinery, Senhor Maia on, 145
  • Thames, The? 70
  • Thames during January, Highest and Lowest ' Point of the Water in the, 245
  • Thames Locks, Proposal to connect them by ' Telegraph, 243
  • Thames, Navigation, The Richmond Lock and ' the, 11
  • Thames, Normal Cold Weather Condition of the, 62
  • Thames and Severn Canal, The, 267, 453
  • Thames Valley, Floods in the, 154
  • Thames Valley, Rainfall over the, 177
  • Thames Valley Floods, Rate of Flow, 29
  • Thames Water in December, Upper, 62
  • Thames Water, Dr. E. Franklana on the Microbes in, 387
  • Thames Water at Hampton, Molesey and Sun- ' bury, Highest and Lowest Points, 155
  • Theory of Conservation of Energy, 431
  • Theory of the Steam Engine, 6, 32, 84, 91, 92, 116, 139, 166, 180, 252
  • Thermo - Chemical Carbon Battery, M. Désiré 1 Korda’s, 289
  • Thermal Conductivity and Emissivity, On tbe Determination of, 87 1
  • Thermal Constant C of the Elements, Mr. N. F. Deer on the, 556
  • Thermal Emission from its Surface, On the Influence of the Dimensions of a Body on the, 87
  • Thermodynamics, Physicists and Engineers, 404
  • Thermometers to Measure a Cyclically Varying Temperature, 532
  • Thermometer for Measuring Low Temperature, French, 135
  • Thirlmere Manchester Water Supply, The, 40
  • Thistle Mechanical Milking Machine Company’s Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Show, 554
  • Thompson and Co., Messrs. W. B., Triple Ex¬pansion Corliss Engine, Moorlands Mill, Bolton, 424, 428, 429
  • Thompson, Professor S. P., on the Arc Lamp, 76
  • Thompeoo and Marsden Recorder, 93, 116
  • Thomson, Messrs. G. and J., H.M.S. •'Terrible," 442
  • Thompson, Professor J. J., on a Method of Deter¬mining the Conductivities of Badly Conduct¬ing Substances, 219
  • Thornycroft, Mr. J. L, On Torpedo Boat De¬stroyers, 440
  • Thorpe, T. E., on Street Explosions, 307
  • Throttle Valves, On, 351, 373, 394, 400, 409
  • Thrust Bearings, 6, 33
  • Thunderstorm and Squall of January 23rd, Mr. W. Marriott on, 155
  • Thuiston. Prof. R. EL, on Initial Condensation and Heat Waste in Steam Boilers, 305
  • East India Dock, Extraordinary, 97
  • Tin Mining Industry in Cornwall, Depression in,
  • Tin Mine in Arizona, Discovery of, 423
  • Tin-plate Indnstry in the United States, 347, 369, 415, 437, 459
  • Tin-plate Manufacture, Electricity in, 489
  • T*DTl*te Mills, Wage Difficulty in the American, Tin-plate Trade, The, 117, 167, 71
  • Tin-plate Trade in Wales The, 200
  • Tin-plate in Wales and the United States, 99 .
  • Tin Supplied from the Malay Peninsula, 245, 473
  • Tires for Army Cycles, Leather instead of India-rubber, 556
  • Titanium, Mr. H. Moissan on, 177 Tobin Bronze, Use of, for the America Cup, 241 Todd’s Terminal Exhaust Quadruple Expansion Engine, 462
  • Todd's Terminal Exhaust Steam Engine, 450 “
  • Tokio, Cast Iron Pipes for the Waterworks System, Contract Secured by American Firm. 401
  • Tola, M., his Scheme for the Navigation of the Euphrates, 97
  • Tonkin Railways into Chinese Territory, Extension of, 556
  • Tonnage for 1894, Three First Shipbuilding
  • Firms of the United Kingdom as Regards ,62 1
  • Tonnage, M. V. Daymard, On the Calculation of, 504
  • Tonquin Coal to be Tried at Toulon, 62
  • Tool Expander, Tully and Schreiber's, 123
  • Tool, A General Purpose, 550
  • Toronto, Use of Electric Tramways in, for Watering, 263
  • Torpedo Boat, Aluminium, Mr. A. F. Yarrow, 316, 317
  • Torpedo Boats, Coal Consumption on, 489
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Mr. J. I. Thornycroft q on, 440
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Messrs. Thornycroft q and Barnaby on, 286
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer “ Banshee,” and Contest, Trial of, 76
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer “ Boxer,” Speed Record,
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer " Boxer,” Trial of, 62.
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, The Cost of, 413
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers Ordered by the Admiralty, New, 391, 532
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer “Spitfire,” Launch of,
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer " Sturgeon,” Trial of, q 329, 387
  • Torpedo Boat for the French Government, Aluminium, 305, 316, 418
  • Torpedo Boats at Port Arthur, English, 223
  • Torpedo Boat, Submarine for the United States,
  • Torpedo Boat for the United States Navy, Third Class, 3, 10, 26
  • Torpedo Boat “Zouane,” Second Trial of the q French, 76
  • Torpedo Catcher for the Ladies' Branch of the, Norwegian Defence Committee, 188
  • Torsion Testing Machine, Boston, 76
  • Tottenham and Forest Gate Railway, Girder Bridge, 280, 288, 296
  • Toulon Dockyard, Extension Works, 62
  • Tonrnerie, M. de la, Departure for Panama, 113
  • Tower Bridge, Mr. J. W. Barry’s Application for Additional Remuneration, 29
  • Tower Bridge, Mr. Mowal, on the, 632
  • Towers, Revolving Observation, United States t America, 135
  • Towing by Electricity on the Bovet System, 97
  • Towler, Mr. Alfred, Corliss Valve Gears, 230
  • Town Refuse in New York, Value of, 507
  • Track Torpedo Device for Protecting the Rear of Trains, 155
  • Traction of Boats on Inland Waterways, 303, 481
  • Traction of Boats on Inland Waterways, W. H. Wheeler 303
  • Traction up to Date, Mr. W. G. Laws, 355
  • Traction Engines, 6, 7, 33, 93, 116, 181, 551
  • Traction Engine, Messrs. Wallis and Steevena, 551
  • Traction Engines on Common Roads, 181 I
  • Tractive Force Required to Move Electric Cars, e, 263
  • Trade and Business Announcements, 59, 91, 129, 134, 159, 181, 209, 227, 249, 271, 296, 322, 337, I 388, 396, 418, 449, 474, 520, 535
  • Trade, Depression of, 97
  • Trade Disputes of 1894, The Labour (jaztllt on, 441
  • Trade Outlook, The, 100
  • Trade Possibilities in China, 349 n- Trading, Four Months of British, 448
  • Traffic on the United States Railways in 1894, 263
  • Train Accidents on American Railways, 387
  • Train Car System in Dresden, The Gas Engine Driven, 506
  • ré Trains, Heavy Express, 183, 208
  • Trains, Locomotives and—set Locomotives and lie Trains
  • Tramcar Bogie Truck, Brill’s, 430 N- Tramcar Brake, The “ Reliance,” 274
  • Tramcars, Electric, on the Continent, 245
  • The Tramcar Lines in Buffalo, U.S., no Horses Used, an 155
  • Tramcars, The Advantages of Gas over Electric, 04 in Snow, 497
  • Tram roads and Railways in Leicestershire, Early, 230
  • Tramways, Bombay, 219
  • Tramway in Bristol, New Electric, 197 1
  • Tramways, Cable, 216
  • Tramway, Cable, for Edinburgh, 100 54
  • Tramway Co.’s Bill, London Street, 245
  • Tramway Co.'s Receipts Affected by Extended ill, Use of Bicycles, 556
  • Tramway Concessions for Paris, 507 76
  • Tramway, Electric, in California, 289
  • Tramway, Electric, for Oporto, 497
  • Tramways, Electric, in Germany, 329
  • Tramway, Electric, at Ronen, 473
  • Tramway, Electric, in Wales, 135, ct
  • Tramways, Electricity as Applied to, its Commer¬cial Value, 109
  • Tramways in Havre, Electric, 289
  • Tramway, Highgate Hill, 483
  • Tramways in France, Electric, 401
  • Tramways, Madras Electric, 245
  • Tramways on Monntain Roads, 248, 267 Ir,
  • Tramway, Overhead Cable, Projected, Across the Niagara River, 311
  • on Tramways in Paris, Report on the, 507
  • Tramways, Steam, in Italy, 253, 297
  • Tramways, Steam as a Means of Traction, North Staffordshire, 423
  • Tramway, Steam, Tarkeswar Mugra, 155
  • Tramways and Tramway Traction, Mr. John A. Brodie on, 59
  • Tramway with Underground Conductor, Elec¬trical, 25G
  • Tramways in Wales, Purchase of, 289
  • Tramways Worked by Luhrig Gas Motors, Street, 155
  • Tramways, Working of the London, 311
  • Transitional Curves, Mr. E. E. Woodman on, 201
  • Transmission of HeatiDg Gas over Long Distances, 73
  • Transmission of Optical Signals, Experiment on the, 387
  • Transylvania, Railways in, 201
  • Treadle Lathes, 84
  • Trip Gear Steam Engines, 445
  • “ Trisect ” Packing, 201
  • Trolley Line between Cairo and the Pyramids, 556
  • Tropical Irrigation Work, Masonry in, 469
  • Trotter, Mr. A. P., on Accuracies and Errors, 113
  • Trotter, Mr. A. P., Royal Roads to Calculation, 155, 210
  • Truck, Brill’s Tramcar Bogie, 430
  • Trunk Bore, Test of, 307
  • Trunk Drilling Machine, Messrs. Willans and ! Robinson, 307
  • Trunk Slotting and Trunk Drilling Machines, Messrs. Willans aud Robinson, 307
  • Truro Main Drainage Scheme, 355
  • Tube Expander, Ashbury, 77
  • Tube Expander, The Abbott, 77
  • Tube Tool, Tully snd Schreiber’s Combination, 123
  • Tube Well at a French Brewery, 535
  • Tubes, Improved Method of Fixing Condenser, 1 227
  • Tubes, Steel, English and American, 315
  • Tully and Schreiber’s Combination Tube Tool, 123
  • Tungsten. Specific Hest of, 201
  • Tunis and Biserta, Bailway Communication, 29
  • Tnnnol, Glasgow, The North British Railways, 311 '
  • Tunnel, Guildtrd, Collapse of St. Catharine's, ' 266, 289, 42
  • Tunnel, Gunnit), Colo., Opened to Traffic, 497
  • Tunnel, The Siblon, 1, 25, 45, 69, 103
  • Tunnel, SimploiVentilating Fans for the, 103
  • Turkey, Adopt) of Decimal Weights and Measures in,
  • Valenciennes, Coalfield of France, Output of the 155
  • Valve, Full-way Combination, 352
  • Valve Gears, (jorlisa, 230
  • Valve, Steam Pipe Safety, 91
  • Valvometer, Wnkinson’g, Messrs. Nalder Bros. and Co., 284
  • Vaporisation of Various Organic Liquids, On tbe Measurement of the Latent Heats of, 87
  • Vaporising and Burning Hydrocarton Oils, Patent for, 532
  • Varna, Proposed Harbour at, 401
  • Valve for Exposed Pipes, Automatic Air, 31
  • Valve Gear, Joy’s, 33
  • Vawdry, Mr. William, 37
  • Vehicles Driven by Petroleum Engines, Competi¬tion of, 507
  • Velocities, Table of Wind, 507
  • Venezuela, Railway Contract for, 29
  • Ventilating Fans for tho Simplon Tunnel, 103
  • Ventilation of the Underground Railways, 97
  • Venturi ” Meter at Chicago, The, 9
  • Vera Cruz. Harbour Works at, 441
  • Vertical Spindle Irregular Moulding Machine
  • with Roller Feed, Aiessrs. Sagar and Co., 283
  • Vessels for the Irish Mail Service, 514
  • Vessels Using the Suez and St. Mary’s Falls Canals, Increase of the Average Size of, 532
  • Viaducts, Strengthening of the Dinting and Mottram, 170
  • Vibrations in Marine Engines, A Alethod of Pre¬venting, 327, 332
  • Vibrations of Higher Order in Steamers and Tor¬sional Vibrations, Mr. Schlick on, 326
  • Vibrations of Ships and Engines, Mr. Alallock on, 326
  • V ibrations in Steamships and Engines, 335
  • Vibromotor, The, 508
  • Vibromotor Scalper, Double, Aiessrs. Turner, 553
  • Vickers, Messrs., J. W., Calendar and Almanack, 11
  • Victoria Embankment, The, 400
  • Victoria Tunnel, Liverpool, Projected Improve¬ment of, 76
  • Violle, M. J., On the Specific Heat and Boiling Point of Carbon, 401
  • Visibility of Lights at Sea, Experiments as to the, 556
  • Vogel, Prof. H. W., on the Perception of Colours,
  • Volcanic Eruptions, Relative Violence of, Present and Past, 401
  • Volcano, Position of a, 311
  • Volga, Railway over the Ice on the, 473
  • Vulcan, “H.AI.S.,” 134
  • Vulcanisation of Wood, 320
  • WAGE Difficulty in the American Tin-plate Mills, 62
  • Wages in the Iron and Steel Mills of West Pennsylvania, Rise of. 423
  • Wagon Regulations ana the Coal Trade, The New, 226
  • Wainwright, Mr. H. S., his Appointment, 507
  • Wakefield, Now Sewage Works for, 201
  • Wakeman, W. H., On Chimneys, 497
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 22, 42, 66, 86,
  • 106,128,148, 170, 192, 212, 234, 256, 276, 300, 322, 344, 366, 390, 412, 434, 456, 478, 500, 520, M2, 566
  • Wales, Railway Rates and Charges and Railway Extension in, 532
  • Wales, The Tin-plate Trade in, 200
  • Wales and the United States, Tin-plate in, 99
  • Walker-Wilkins Non-Polarising Battery ? The, 469
  • Wallach, Mr. Julius, Metallic Cotton Belt 62
  • Wallace, Mr. A. R., On the Relative Violence of Present and Past Volcanic Eruptions, 401
  • Wallis and Steevens, Messrs., Traction Engine, 551
  • Walrand and Legenisel, Steel Produced by their Silicon Superheating Process, 289
  • Waltham Abbey, Explosion at, 355
  • Ware, Herts, Decline in the Water Supply of. 423
  • Warhurst, Mr. L. V., Strengthening of the Dint¬ing and the Mottram Viaducts, 170
  • War Material, 1894? 16
  • Warming of Buildings by Hot Water, Messrs. King and Gray on tbe, 430
  • Warship, Elements of Force in a, Vice-Admiral P. H. Colomb, 283
  • Warships, Dr. F. Elgar on the Coet of, 525, 528. 549
  • Warships at the Opening of the Baltic Canal, 509, 512
  • Watches, Demagnetisation of, 289
  • Water, The Cubic Decimetre of Distilled, 355
  • Water, On the Dilation of, 423
  • Water Gas, Illumination by Means of, 473
  • Water Gas, Purification of, Lowe’s Process for, 507
  • Water Gas, Old Iron Gas Pipes and, 11
  • Water Gas Passed through Sulphuric Acid, 11
  • Water, Latent Heat of Evaporation of, 242
  • Water Level Indicator, Mr. G. Jennings, 243
  • Water Liberated by Hole Onesixteonth of an Inch in Diameter, 311
  • Water-pipes, Ice and, 139
  • Water-pipes in London, Mileage of, 155
  • Water Power Applied by Electricity to Gold Dredging, 223
  • Waters, Air. Sidney, bis Exhibit at tho Royal
  • Society’s Conversazione, 384 Water Supply, 20
  • Water Supply, Belfast, 237, 238, 246
  • Water Supply, Frosts and, 222
  • Water Supply, London, 155, 177, 245
  • Water Supply to London, The Thames, 155
  • Water Supply to London from the Thames, January, 1895, 177
  • Water Supply Pumps Driven by Oil Engines 1225
  • Water-tight Doors of H. M. Ships, Tho Admiralty’s Attention to tho Question, 76
  • Water-tube Boilers and Colonial Planters, 403
  • J Water-tube Boilers for the Colonies, 431
  • Water-tube Boiler, The Alumford, 486, 490 23
  • Water-tube Boilers in tbo Navy, 340
  • Water-tube Boilers, M. Normand on, 548
  • Water-tuto Boilors, Mr. A. E. Seaton on, 454
  • Water-tube Boilers in the United States, 442
  • Waterways, Traction of Boats on Inland’ 481
  • Water AA aate Preventer Cisterns, Mr. E. H. G. j?Dg Brewster, 155
  • Water-wheels at tho Falls of Juanacatlin, Mexico. 97
  • Waterworks at Buluwayo, 422
  • Watt Anniversary Celebrations, 103
  • Wattelar Works, Jumet, Monster Chain in Courso of Manufacture at, 219
  • Watteyne, Mr. Victor, Observations on the Dangers of Coaldust, 423
  • Waverley Bridge, Reconstruction of, 263
  • Waves and Vibration, Lord Rayleigh, 166, 200, 238, 262, 296, 328
  • Wear, Revenue on the, 260
  • Weather Fallacies, Mr. E. Inwards on, 59
  • Weaver Navigation, Tho, 295
  • Webb, Mr. F. W., Address to the Delegates of the Mutual Insurance Society, 355
  • Weber, Professor, on the Normal Temperature of Incandescent Filaments, 311
  • Weber, Mr. Max, On Electro-Magnet Pull, 155
  • Webster, Dr. A., Prize Awarded to, by Professor Elihu Thomson, 113
  • Weights and Measures, 209
  • Weights and Measures, Annual Report of the Chief Inspector of, 401
  • Weights and Measures in Use in tho United Kingdom, 263
  • Wei-hai-Wei, Destruction of Chinese Warships at, 133
  • Weir at Glasgow, The New, 101
  • Welbourno, Mr., On the Manufacture of Files, 181
  • Welbury, Mr. W., Breakdowns at Sea. 223. 475, 498, 516 ...
  • Welding Temperatures, Iron and Steel at, 239 Well Tube, 535
  • Welland Canal, United States, Lock Accident, 486
  • Wells and Co., Messrs. A. C., Paint Spraying Machine, 385
  • Wells, On a New Type of, in the Granitic Rocks of Sweden, 401
  • W'elsbach Incandescent Gas Light, Mr. W. Pen¬man, on the Adaptation of, for Ordinary Optical Lantern Work, 359
  • Welshach Mantle Worked with ordinary Water Gas, On a, 11
  • Wengern Alp up the Jungfrau, Proposod Rail¬way from the, 532
  • Werner and Son, Messrs., Camera taking a Plate 7ft by 5ft, 401
  • Wernher, Bell, and Co., Messrs., Diamond Wash¬ing Machine, 498
  • Worweke, Mr. L. van, Petroleum in Lower Alsace, 496
  • West Africa, Construction of Railways in, 547
  • West, Mr. H. H., Principles of Statical Stability in Ships, 148
  • West, Mr. J., Flower-pot Making Machine, 283
  • West Highland Railway Cleared, 135
  • West India Docks, Pumps at the, 144
  • West of England Portuguese Railway, Transfer of the, 473
  • Weatinghouse Brake, Severe Test of a, 423
  • Wheat Bearing Acres of the World in 1884 and 1894, 135
  • Wheel, The Great, West KsnsiDgton, 311, 387
  • Wheeler, Mr. W. H., Traction of Boats on Inland |
  • Waterways, 303, 481 While, Mr. Charles, 474
  • Whistles, Chime, as Standard for Locomotives, 355
  • White, Mr. C. E., Presentation to, 245
  • White Kaolin in the Department of the Allier, France, 155
  • White and Sons, Messrs. Richard, The Snowdon
  • Mountain Rack Railway, 811
  • White, Sir William, Further Experiments with First-class Battleships, 281
  • White, Sir William, Wood and Copper Sheathing for Steel Ships, 504, 506
  • White Star Steamer “ Germanic's ” Record Pas¬sage. 498
  • White Star Steamer “ Oceanic,” The, 398
  • Wilkinson’s Valvometer, 284
  • Wilkinson and Sons, Messrs. G., Horizontal Boring, Facing, Turning, and Milling Ma¬chine, 650
  • Willans’ Crank Shaft Forging, 308
  • Willans and Robinson’s Works, Messrs., 287, 290, 307, 331, 363, 375
  • Williams and Co., Messrs., Tnbe Well, 535
  • Williams, Mr. G. S., on the Friction in the Detroit Water Mains, 497
  • Williams, SirE. L., His Presidential Address, 123
  • Williams, Sir Edw. Leader, Relinquishes Active Control of the Works on the Manchester Ship Canal, 29
  • Wimborne, Mr. Harry, Belfast Water Supply, 237, 246
  • Wimshurst, Mr., Gradient Indicator, 384
  • Wind-cutting Shields on Indian Railways, 245
  • Winding Engines with Piston Valves, 295
  • Winding Engines with Piston Valves, Sandycroft Foundry Co., 295, 298
  • Windlass and Warping Capstan, s.s. “Port Salisbury,’’ 482, 483
  • Windmill near a Highway, Summons for Erection of a, 504
  • Wind, Table giving Velocities of the, 507
  • Wire Cable, Six Miles of, carried through New York, 423
  • Wire Gauge, Direct-reading Micrometer, 429
  • Wire Rod Mills in America, Records of, 62
  • Wire Rods in America, Production of, 532
  • Wire-webbed Silicate, 532
  • Wire Wove Roofing Company, “Duroline,” 11,
  • Wirral Railway Company, Extension to Seacombe, Opening of, 473
  • Wise v. Tbe Metropolitan Electricity Supply Com-
  • Witstroem’s Process for Treating Iron with Air and Electricity, 473
  • Wood, Mr. Lindsay, Elected Director of the North-Eastern Railway Company, 97
  • Wood-preserving Process, A New, 320
  • Wood for Warships, Rendering it Non-inflammable, 263
  • Wooden Floors for Railway Wagons in India Declared Essential], 76
  • Wooden Rails in Florida, Use of, 329
  • Woodford District Conncil’s Petition against the London County Council Bill, 155
  • Woodman, Mr. E. E.. On Transitional Curves, 201
  • Wood, Use of, Forbidden, in Construction and Equipment of War Vessels for the German Navy, 76
  • Woodward, Mr. C. J., Effect of Chlorine on Mer¬cury, 401
  • Woodworking Machinery, English and Ameri¬can, 7
  • Work of Steam, The, 474, 491
  • World’s Mileage of Telegraph Lines, 76
  • Worthington Pumping Engine at Hornsey Sluice, Prof. Kennedy s Report on a, 131, 140
  • Wreck a Train, Attempt to, and Judge’s Lenient Sentence, 76
  • Wrexham on the East Denbighshire Railway Bill,
  • Wright, Mr. Arthur, Electricity Supply at Brighton, 408
  • Wrighteon, Mr., Expansion of Cast Iron Balls when Submerged in Molten Iron, 374
  • Wrightson, Mr. T., Iron and Steel at WeldiDg Temperatures, 239
  • XYLONITE Set Square, Mr. S. W. Wilkinson's Patent, 219
  • YACHT “ Standart,” Tbe Russian Imperial, 353
  • Yaloo River, American Naval Comments on the Battle of the, 159
  • Yaln, Frequent Conflagrations at, and Precaution¬ary Measures of the French Government, 135
  • Yalu, Japanese Guns at, 102
  • Yarrow, Mr. A. F., Aluminium Boat for the French Government, 305, 316, 317
  • Yarrow, Mr. A. F., Description of an Aluminium Torpedo Beat tor the French Navy, 305, 316, 317
  • Yarrow Patent Water-tube Boiler, Models of, Shown in the House of Commons, 387
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Stern-wheel Steamer for the Oceana Co., 452
  • Yarrow and Co., Torpedo Boat for the Austrian Government, 311
  • Yeovilton, The Boiler Explosion, 178, 180, 260
  • Yorkshire College Testing Machine, The, 430
  • Yorkshire Miners’ Demonstration, The, 535
  • Yule, Mr. G. U., On the Passage of an Oscillator Wave Train through a Plate of Conducting Dieletric, 87
  • ZIMMERMANN and Co., Messrs. F., Electric Plough, 497
  • Zinc Ore Deposits, Discovery of, near Liège, 507