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  • ABBE and Schott, Drs, New Series of Glasses Discovered by, 405
  • Aberthan, Collapse of Bridge at, 266
  • Abstracts of Consular and Diplomatic Reports, 211
  • Accelerated Train Service <74 Hook of Holland, 336
  • Accelerated Train Service between London and Constantinople, 336
  • Acceleration of Transport of Merchandise, Mr. Lambert, 29
  • Accident to the “ Aquila,” 58
  • Accident, Blasting, 105
  • Accident at the East 11am Sewage Pumping Station, 13
  • Accidents Duo to Failure of Machinery, Springs, &c., in Six Months, 431
  • Accident in Messrs. Palmer’s Shipyard, 160
  • Accidents, Personal and Other, on Railways and Railway Premises, 595
  • Accidents, Railway, in America, Fatal, 35
  • Accidents, Railway, in America, Classification of, 641
  • Accident, Riilway, io Arkansas, 13
  • Accident, Railway, Barcelona, 160
  • Accident, Railway, in Belgium, 369
  • Accident, Railway, on the Caledonian Line, 105
  • Accident, Railway, Caused by Fog, 641
  • Accident, Railway, at East Croydon, Immense Value of Automatic Brakes, 554
  • Accident, Riilway, on the Grand Trunk Railway, 143
  • Accident, Railway, on The Great Northern, 477
  • Accidents, Riilway, India, 87
  • Accident, Railway,at the Mont Parnasse Station, Remarkable, 405, 429
  • Accident, Railway, at Preston Station, Board of Trade Report on, 87
  • Accident, Railway, on the South-Eastern, 105
  • Accident, Railway, at The Surrey Canal Junction, 641
  • Accidents, Railway, in the United Kingdom, 309, 405
  • Accidents, Railway, in the United States, 160, 286, 309, 477, 525
  • Accidents in the United States in September, I Classified, 525
  • Accident on the Seabeach Railway, 234
  • Accident, A Traction Engine, 206
  • Accident, Tramway, in Cleveland, 554
  • Accrington and Church Outfall Sewerage Board Sued by the Ribble Committee, 107
  • Accumulators— What They can Do, 613
  • Accuracy of Valve Gears, The, 238
  • Acetylene and Carbonic Acid Gas, Dr. Krdger on, 457
  • Ackerman’s Armour Plates, 391
  • Ackerman Process of Treating Armour Plate, Too, 641 & Court, Mr. Sydney, On Civil Engineering, 626
  • Acworth, Mr., On Railway Economics, 405
  • Adam’s Bridge, 364
  • Adam’s Bridge Railway, The, 90, 104
  • Adams, Mr., Retirement of, 43
  • Adams, Prof. II., Oa The Force of the Wind, 468
  • Aden, Frosh Water at, 25
  • Adhesion of Metals to Glass, On tho, 131
  • Admiralty Buildings, The Now, 387
  • Adzing and Bering Machine, Sleeper, 103, 104
  • Aeration of Reservoir Water by Compressed Air, 87
  • Aeronautical Apparatus, Proposed Exhibition of, at the Paris Exposition, 59
  • Africa, Riilway Extension in South, 105
  • Africa, The Usambara Railway in East, 160
  • Agassiz, Prof., on Temperature of Rocks, 651
  • Agricultural Implements at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 9, 10, 11, 11
  • Agricultural Machinery Exhibition in Vienna, 1896, 217
  • Agricultural Processes, Electricity Applied to, 349
  • Agricultural Show, Royal—see Royal Agricultural Show
  • Air and Circulating Pumps for 3000-Horse Power Mill Engines Patentee, Mr. J. G. Hudson, 140, 164
  • Air Currents Traversing Underground Workings, Loss of Head in, 218
  • Air, Moan Daily Movement of the, at Greenwich in 1895, 13
  • Air Pressure in which Men can Work, Maximum, 13
  • Air Propellers, Fans and, 435
  • Air Pump and Jet Condenser, Drum, 189
  • Air, Ratio of the Two Specific Heats for, 35
  • Albion Windmill, Mr. II. Sykes, 11
  • Alcohol on Mercurous Iodide, Action of, 647
  • “Alert,” Sale of the Flagship, 286
  • Algiers, Petroleum in, 517
  • Allan and Co., Messrs. W., Triple-expansion Eogines, s s. “Lizzie Westoll” (Supplement, JnlyMtk, 1895), 62
  • Allan, Mr. William, and the Belleville Boilers, 234
  • Allen and Blackwell’s Observations with Surface Floats for the Discharge of Niagara and other Rivers, 382
  • Alloys, Mr. W. G. McMillan on the Nature of, 361
  • Alloys of Copper and Zinc, M. Charpy on the Mechanical Properties of, 405
  • Alloys of Tin and Zinc as Solder for Glass, 266
  • Alternator, Mordey-Victoria, Leicester Electricity Works, 56
  • Aluminium, M. Faucon on, 270
  • Aluminium Alloys, Resistance to Corrosion of Light, 87
  • Aluminium Cups for a Rain Gauge Tried and Rejected, 296
  • Aluminium and Copper, M. Le Chatelier on a Fusion of, 87
  • Aluminium, Effects of Weather upon Sheet, 266
  • Aluminium Fixings of the Texas Torpedo Boats, Action of Salt Water on the, 309
  • Aluminium on the French State Railway, Use of, 477
  • Aluminium with other Metals, Coating, 286
  • Aluminium and other Metals to Glass, On the Adhesion of, Mr. C. Margot, 131
  • Aluminium in Ship Work, 579
  • Aluminium Torpedo Boats, 407
  • Aluminium Torpedo Tubes Proved to be Unreliable, 501
  • Aluminium Tubos ? 41
  • Aluminium Wire, Action of Electric Current on, 457
  • Aluminium Works at The Falls of Foyers, 212
  • American Asphalte, Dr. W. C. Day on, 525
  • American Cruiser “Columbia,” Atlantic Passage of the, 160
  • American Engineer and Engineer!ng Journal, The, Bi-weekly Publication of, 431
  • American Engineering News, 74, 94, 118,146,168, 294, 346, 372, 442, 538, 561, 627, 648
  • American Iron Trade, Activity in, 286
  • American Lakes, Shipbuilding on the, 357, 401
  • American Liner “St. Louis,” The New, 13, 35
  • American Liner “ St. Louis,” Trial of, 160, 192
  • American Machinery, Reputed Excellence of, 35
  • American Navy, Smokeless Powder in the, 527
  • American Notes, 26, 51, 77, 97,123, 149, 171,197, 223, 245, 272, 297, 322, 349, 375, 398, 420, 442, 469, 493, 516, 541, 564, 631, 651
  • American Railroads and Tracks, 391
  • American Railways, The Defects of, 319
  • American Railways, Train Accidents on, 160
  • American Self-propelled Carriages, 495
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 239
  • “American Special Express,” The Rumoured, Unfounded, 160
  • American Trade Improvement, Tho, 647
  • American Warships, Doublo Turrets for, 214
  • Amphibious Passenger Boats, 370, 434, 466, 490, 504, 538, 616
  • “Amphitrite,” Protest of the Officers of the, 76
  • Amu Daria, Proposed Railway Bridge across the, 160
  • Analysis of Chromo Ore and Ferro-Chromuim, Mr E. II. Saniter, 177
  • Anatolian Railway, New Section of, 554
  • Ancona Harbour, Tenders for Repair of, 35
  • Andersen, Dr. W., Experiment in Organ Blowing, 284
  • Andrews, Mr. Thos., On Railway Axles, 456
  • “Andromeda,” Propelling Machinery of the New Cruiser, 468
  • Angus and Co., Manufactured Leather of all Kinds, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Anstie, Mr. John, Scheme for Drainage and Sewage of Woking District, 59
  • Anthracite Briquettes, A Recent Patent for, 369
  • Anti-fouling Composition, One Side of H.M.S. “ Prince George ” coated with, 217
  • Antrobus, Mr. II. L., His Re-appointment, 13
  • Appleyard, Mr. R., On the Action of Sulphur Vapour on Copper, 554
  • Appleyard, Mr. R., On a Direct Reading Platinum Thermometer, 525
  • Apyrite, A New Refractory Substance, 191
  • Apyrite in Rhenish Bavaria, 143
  • “Aquila,” On the Accident on Board the Torpedo Boat, 58, 87
  • Architectural Curriculum at King’s College, 309
  • Argon, 1st Hodgkin’s Prize Granted to Lord Rayleigh and Professor W. Ramsay for their Memorandum on, 501
  • Argon, M. Th. Sehloesing, jun, on the Elimation of, 525
  • Armour Plate, The Ackerman Process of Treating, 641
  • Armour Platos, Ackerman’s, 391
  • Armour Plates, Hanging of llirveyed, 464, 529
  • Armour Plate Making, 337
  • Armour Plates for the United States Navy, 624
  • Armour-Plate Test of a Chrome Steel, 266
  • Armour Plates in the United States, 256
  • Armour Plating of the “ Iowa,” Testing of, 160
  • Armour Plating, Vegetable Fibre or Sawdust Chemically Treated and Applied to, 192
  • Armour Test, The Navy Department, 335
  • Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., SirW. G., Railway Ferry Steamer for the Volga, 284
  • Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., Speed Trials of the “ Buenos Aires,” 461
  • Armstrong, Prof. G. F., Ilis Election, 477
  • Arndt’s Patent Economotcr, 240
  • Arnold, Mr. John Oliver, “ Influence of Carbon on Iron,” 559
  • Arrol, Sir William, Ridicule the Notion of a Channel Bridge, 405
  • Arrol’s Bridge and Roof Co., Contracts Placed with Messrs., by Messrs. A. Waterhouse and Son, 641
  • Artesian Well, Blasting in an, 218
  • Artb, M. Georges, On the Action of Water on Coal, 217
  • Artillery Practico, Okchampton, 365
  • Artisans’ Dwellings, Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway Company’s, 369
  • Arundel Drainage Works, The Duke of Norfolk and the, 457
  • Ashanti and Gold Coast Colony, Map of, 554
  • Ashbourne, Light Electric Railway from Derby to, 457
  • Ashmore, Benson, Pease, and Co., Limited, Gasholder without Columns, 547
  • Asia Minor, Chrome Iron Ore Mining in,
  • Aslett, Mr. Alfred, His Appointment, 105
  • Asphalte, American, 525
  • Asphalte Pavements, Improved, 59
  • Asphalte Paving, New Form of, 266
  • Aspinall, Mr., On Express Locomotives, 1
  • Aspinall, Mr. J. A. F., His Appointment, 431
  • Assmann, Professor, State Observatory Established on the Brocken by, 336
  • Association for the Advancement of Science, The Australasian, Seventh Session, 140
  • Association, American International, of Railway Superintendents of Bridges and Buildings at New Orleans, Report of, 536
  • Association of Engineers, The Bristol:— Creation and Development of the Steam
  • Engine, Mr. H. W. PearaoD, 468
  • Association of Engineers, The Leeds:—
  • Visit to the Earle’s Shipbuilding and Engineering Company’s Works, 171
  • Association of Engineers, The Manchester:— Electric Locomotives, Mr. E. Worthington, 521 Syllabus for the Fortieth Session, 404
  • Association of Foremen Engineers and Draughtsmen, London :—
  • How not to do some Things, Mr. William T. Coates, 481
  • Safety Appliances for Lifts, Mr. W. P. Heath, 381
  • Association, Iron Trades Employers’, 90
  • Report Drawn up for, On the Situation of the Clyde and Belfast Strikes, by Mr. J. Stafford Ransome, 559
  • Association of Municipal and County Engineers, The Incorporated :—
  • Twentieth Voluntary Pass Examination for the Offices of Municipal Engineers and Surveyors, 368
  • Association, New York Street Railway:—
  • Car Boating by Electricity, Mr. J. F. McElroy, 450
  • Association, The Self-propelled Traffic, 599
  • Association of Waterworks Engineers, Proposed, 504, 529, 602
  • Association, Yorkshire Miners’, 186
  • Athens, On the Rainfall at, 613
  • Atlantic, Lighthouse on Sule Skerry in the, 266
  • Atlantic Liners, America and British, 509
  • Attock, Mr. F., His Resignation, 431
  • “Aurania,” Accident to the, 105
  • “Aurora,” Re-armament of the, 613
  • Australia, Railway Locomotives for, 13
  • Australia, Railway Mileago in West, 13
  • Australia, The Year-Book of, on Gauges, 13
  • Australian Coal, 391
  • Australian Engineering Notes, 146, 418, 562, 628
  • Austrian Ironfounders, Iron Disposed of in Seven Months by the Syndicate of, 192
  • Austro-Hungarian State Railway Terminus Destroyed by Fire, 105
  • Autocars, 418
  • Automatic Brakes, Immense Value of, 554
  • Automatic Gas Engino Starter, Groens, 312
  • Automatic Mountings for Heavy Guns, The New “Centurion,” 616
  • Automatic Overflow for Water Coolers, 140
  • Automatic Road Carriages, 290, 334, 408, 409
  • Automatic Signals between Greenwich Observatory and the Westminster Clock, 336
  • Automatic Stocking Knitter, 116
  • Auvert, M., On Electric Traction, 19, 47, 73, 119
  • Available Sources of Water Supply for London, 386
  • Avon Park, Florida, Wooden Railway, 554
  • Awards at The Columbian Exhibition, Small Percentage of Exhibits Receiving, 382
  • Awards, Result of the Non-competitive System of, Columbian Exhibition, 382
  • Axles, Failures of, on British Railways, 613
  • Axles, Railway, Mr. Thos. Andrews on, 456
  • BABCOCK and Wilcox Boilers on the “Zenith City,” Trial of, 431
  • Backer, M. do, On Contributive Traffic, 55
  • Bagley, Mr., On the Burno-Chinese Railway, 336
  • Bailey, Mr., On Incandescent Lamp3 and their Manufacture, 500
  • Bainbridge, Mr., and the Miners, 412
  • Baines, Mr. G. H., On the Introduction of the Metric System of Weights and Measures, 501
  • Baird and Son, Messrs. Archibald, Presentation to, 474
  • Baker, Sir Benjamin, Appointed Trustee of the
  • Benevolent Fund of the Institution of Civil Engineers, 369
  • Baker, Sir Benjamin, His Presidential Address at the Institute of Civil Engineers, 480, 483, 512
  • Balanced Locomotive and Engineering Co., Strong Locomotives, 143
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, Express Locomotive for Chicago Mail Trains, 382
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, Locomotives for Chili, 192
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, Locomotives for Russian Railways, 595
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, 19in. by 26in. Passenger Engine, 234
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, A Queer New Type of Locomotive, 286
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works and the Westinghouse Co., Business Combination between the, 192
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works and Westinghouse Electric Manufacturing Co., Alliance of the, 336
  • Balloon with Self-registering Instruments, 59
  • Ballyshannon, Proposed Extension of The Donegal Railway to, 266
  • Baltic and Black Sea Ship Canal, Tho, 237
  • Baltic and North Sea Canal, Compound Engines of Steam Hopper Barge on the (Supplement, October 25th, 1S95), 415
  • Baltic and North Sea Canal, Excavators, Dredgers, &c., 310, 316
  • Baltic Canal—see also North Sea and Baltic Canal Baltimore and Ohio Railway, Electric Locomotive, 548
  • Baltimore Tunnel Electric Locomotive in Service, 404
  • Bamford and Sons’ Agricultural and Harvesting Implements, 11
  • Bamford’s Mower Gear, 10
  • Band Saw Machine, Horizontal, 23, 32, 63
  • Bangkok-Korat Railway, The, 217, 457
  • Bankers’ Strong Room, George Price Lim.,336
  • Bankfoot, Proposed Extension of Railway to, 266
  • Bankside Station, Ferranti Machines and Willaus Engines at the, 234
  • Bansept Patents, New Intensive Gas Burner covered by the, 501
  • “Barbadien,” Explosion on Board the, 105, 234
  • Barcelona Railway Accident, 160
  • Barcelona, 6000-Ton Depositing Dock for, 354
  • Barford and Perkin’s Straw and Ilay Press, 9
  • Barium Ferrocyanide, Removing Sulphur from Iron by the Agency of, 35
  • Barmen Electric Tramway, 553
  • Barometers, Mechanical Device for Performing the Temperature Corrections of, 613
  • Barrage, The Nile, 427, 432
  • Barrow Steel Works Closed for an Indefinite Time, 192
  • Basic Furnace, 194
  • Batavia, The Harbour of, 204, 205, 207
  • Bath and West and Southern Counties Agricultural Society’s Places of Meeting, 105
  • Batourn, Harbour near, 217
  • Battery Cars with Chloride Butteries, Storage, 369
  • Battery, M. Laura’s Secondary, 217
  • Battery, Steel Frame Stamp, for Wet Crushing, 252 253
  • Battery, The Velvo-Carbon, 252
  • Battleship “ Bouvines,” The French, 210, 214
  • Battleships, British, 87, 135, 160, 192, 217, 234, 286, 309, 316, 365, 414, 415, 485, 490,500,512, 549, 554,613
  • Battleships, French, Alterations in Progress, 87
  • Battleships, French Armoured, 88, 92
  • Battleships, Improvement in the Coal Consumption of, 197
  • Battleships, Italian, at Portsmouth, 31, 37, 40
  • Battleship “Magnificent” to be Completed by December 12th, 336
  • Battleships for the United States of America, Test of the Section of a Side of a Ship at Indian Head, 35
  • Battleships for the United States, 109, 352
  • Boatings, Lubrication and Wear of, 160
  • Beck, Messrs. R. and J., Card Case Opera Glass, 511
  • Belfast Central Electric Lighting Station, The, 278-280
  • Belfast and Northern Counties Railway Company, Directors’ Report, 105
  • Belfast, Scheme for Lighting the Harbour, 546
  • Belfast Strikes, The Clyde—see Clyde and Belfast Strike
  • Belgian Railways, Lighting and Heating of Rolling Stock on, 87
  • Belgian Railways, Substitution of Electric Traction for Steam Locomotives on, 87
  • Belgian Railways, Tickets with Traveller’s Photograph Attached, 217
  • Belgian Workshops, The Metro in, 396
  • Belgium, Coal Export from, 13
  • Belgium, Disastrous Railway Accident, 369
  • Belgium, Number of Furnaces in Blast in, 105
  • Belgrade Drainage Works, Quays, and Warehouses, Tenders Invited for, 87
  • Bell, A Big Bronze, for a Church at Montmartre, 336
  • Bell, An Old Station, 457
  • Boll’s Asbestos Works, Messrs., Visit to, 514
  • Bell, Casting of, in Cincinnati, 613
  • Bell and Rocliffe’s Plate-joggling Machine, Pallion Yard, 19
  • Bell, Mr. Thomas, Proposed Retirement of, 457
  • Belleville Boilers, The, Engineer Officers of H.M. Cruisers “Powerful” and “Terrible” should be Familiarised with the Working of, 160
  • Belleville Boilers, Mr. William Allan on the, 234
  • Belleville Boiler and its Evaporative Efficiency, The, 464
  • Belleville Boilers on The Lake Steamer “ North- West ” Condemned, 382
  • Benier Gazogene Meter, Prof. A. Witz on a, 59
  • Bennett, Mr. A. R., On Municipal Telephony, 477
  • Bental and Co.’s Mower, 11
  • Bentall and Co.’s Mower, and Uncbokable Turnip Cutter, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Bergmannstage at Hanover, 143
  • Berg, Mr. W. G., Strength of Bridge and Trestle Timbers, 536
  • Berlin Ga9 Heating, Valuo of, 160
  • Berlin Industrial Exhibition, 1896, 217
  • Bessemer Process, The Robert, 412
  • Bessemer Steel Ingots in the United States, Production of, 160
  • Bessemer Steel Production in England, 521
  • Bevis, Mr., Engines and Boilers of The s.s. “Queen of the North,” (Supplement, November 1* 7, 1895), 426
  • Bicycle Fever on The Rubber Trado, Effect of the. 478
  • Bicycle Problem, 191
  • Bicycles for Inspectors of the Streot Cleaning Department in New York, 595
  • Bids for Composite Gunboats, 420
  • Bidwell, Mr. Shelford, Electrical Properties of Selenium, 35
  • Biggart, Mr. A. S., Hydraulic Stoking Machinery in Gasworks, 99
  • Bill for Powers to Provide London with Sea Water, 525
  • Bills, Private, in Preparation for the Coming Session, 525
  • Birch Wood for Spools from Maine Forest, 369
  • Birmingham and its Canal Connections with the Seaports, Mr. W. Wheeler on, 23
  • Births and Deaths Registered in London, 192, 234, 266, 309, 369, 525
  • Bismuth, On The Variation with Temperature of the Hall Effect in, 525
  • Blackwall, The Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, 567—578
  • Blackwall Tunnel, Tho, 365, 430, 635, 636, 637, 638, 642
  • “Blake,” H.M.S., 490
  • Blast Furnace Gas Boilers, 532
  • Blasting Accident at Smerwick, 105
  • Blasting in an Artesian Well, 218
  • Blechynden Express Boiler, The, 406
  • Block Instruments, Electric Control of, on Busy Sections of Railways, 525
  • Blondel, M., His Method of Welding Lead, 160, 309
  • Blotting Paper, “Spongia,” 35
  • Blower, Mr. M. R. Ruble, 5
  • Blowing Engines, Murdock’s, 434
  • Blyth-built Steamer, Trial Trip of a, 651
  • Blyth, Sir James, On Dairy Farm Buildings, 48
  • Board of Trade, The, 500
  • Board of Trade and Electric Lighting, The, 42
  • Board of Trade Inquiry, Redcar Ironworks Explosion, 72, 81
  • Board of Trade Inspector on the Necessity of Automatic Control of Block Instruments, 525
  • Board of Trade Officers, 65
  • Board of Trade Reports on Boiler Explosions, 13
  • Board of Trade Report on The Caledonian Railway Accident, 105
  • Board of Trade Return, Accidents on Railways and Railway Premises, 595
  • Board of Trade Returns of Railway Accidents in the United Kingdom, 309
  • Beats, Amphibious Passenger, 370, 434, 466, 490, 504, 538, 616
  • Boats, Horse-Propelled Paddle, 505
  • Boats on Inland Watorways, Traction of, 109. 142, 166
  • Boby, Mr. R., Hay Makers and Corn‘Dressing Machines, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Bogie Carriages on Express Trains, /Vs to the Adoption of, 266
  • Boilers, Act parsed in Iknver requiring all in charge of, to bo Licensed, 595
  • Bailers, Belleville, Condemned on the Lake Steamer “ North West,” 382
  • Boilers, Belleville, and their Evaporative Efficiency, 464
  • Boilers, Belleville, their Working and Management 160 I
  • Boilers, The Belleville, 160, 234, 382, 464
  • Boilers, Blast Furnace Gas, 532
  • Boiler, Blecbynden Express, 406
  • Boilers of the “Chicago,” The Steel for the, 595
  • Boiler, Compound Tube Water-tube, Messrs. Fraser and Co., 367
  • Boiler, Cost of Running an Inspirator to Feed a, 457
  • Boiler Disincrustant, Liquid Carbonic Acid as a, 501
  • Boilers, Experiments on Locomotive, at the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 227
  • Boiler Explosions, Causes of Two, 13
  • Boiler Explosion, A Curious, 262, 333
  • Boiler Explosions in Denver and tbo Act to Diminish such in Future, 595
  • Boiler Explosion in the Detroit Journal Building, 457, 525
  • Boiler Explosions, Domestic, 650
  • Boiler Explosion, The Rodcar, 108, 166, 189, 216, 226
  • Boiler Feed, 579
  • Boilers and Feed Water, 338
  • Boilers, Firo-boxes and Tubes, Mr. E. Sauvage,
  • Boiler Fittings, Manganese Bronze, 545
  • Boiler, The Haythorn Tubulous, 152
  • Boilers of H.M.S. “Chargor,” Concerning the, 192
  • Boilers of II. M. Torpedo Boat Destroyer “ Rocket,” Leaks in the, 105
  • Boiler Inspectors, 235, 258, 291, 309, 359, 386
  • Boilers, Locomotive, Experiments on, at the Works of The Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 179
  • Boilers, Locomotive, at the Works of the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 43, 91
  • Boilers, Marine, 363
  • Boilers, Prevention of Scale in, 336
  • Boilers, RivetiDg Machine for Locomotive, 193
  • Boilers of Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Steel Tubes in place of Copper for the, 336
  • Boilers, Trial of the Babcock and Wilcox, 431
  • Boilers, Water-tube, 39
  • Boilers, Water-tube Marine, 527
  • Boilers, Water-tube, Mr. F. T. Milton on, 2
  • Boilers, Water-tube, Different Types to be Tested, 336
  • Boiler, Water-tube, Petersen and McDonald's, 366
  • Bonehill, M. Emile, Direct Puddling of Iron, 176
  • Books Received, 15, 43, 67, 91, 113, 163,187,213, 237, 308, 365, 413, 437, 461, 485, 510, 533, 557, 599, 620, 645
  • Boon to Railway Companies, A, 16
  • Borcher’s, Dr., Apparatus for Preparing Calcium Carbide, 641
  • Borneo, British North, Telegraph Line in, 105
  • Boron as an Alloy in Steel, 234
  • Boron Steel, MM. Moissan and Charpy on, 143
  • Boston and Albany Railway, Rails Laid on Part of its Track, 59
  • Bottles for Holding Carbonic Acid, Experiments on, 171
  • Boulton, Mr., Links in the History of the Locomotive, 240
  • “Bouvines,” The French Battleship, 210, 214
  • Bow, McLichlan, and Co., Compound Paddle Engines and Ship Steering Gear, 428, 489
  • Bow, McLachlan, and Co., Thistle Works, Paisley, 423, 424, 433
  • Bowor Barff Patent, The, 46
  • Bowness Sewage Scheme, 205
  • Boyle Surplus Valve, 319
  • Bradford’s Butter Moulding and Drying Machine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 15
  • Brakes, Automatic, their Value proved by the Railway Accident at East Croydon, 554
  • Brakes, Continuous, 504
  • Brake, Continuous, its Origin, 38
  • Brakes, Friction, 250
  • Brakes for Light Railways, Mr. Plocq, 29, 54
  • Brakes, Link in the History of Continuous Railway, 35
  • Brake, Quick-acting, 396, 409, 466
  • Brake-rolls, Differential Speeds in, 148
  • Brake Trials on The North-Eastern Railway, 304, 334
  • Brassworkors’ Association, Absenco of Relief Applications during a week a Unique Event, 457
  • Brazil, Railway Material Ordered in England for, 192
  • Brewer, Mr. W. J., Brighton Dyke and Aerial Ropeway, 329, 330
  • Brick Arch Roof, Testing a, 192
  • Brickdust Mortar as Substitute for Hydraulic Cement, 266
  • Bricks, Glass, of the Falconier System, 431
  • Brick Machine, Dry Pross, 71, 94
  • Bridge at Aberthan, Collapse of, 266
  • Bridge, Adam’s, 364
  • Bridge building, Rapid, at Ely, 525
  • Bridges, Construction and Tests of Metallic, Mr. Edler von Leber, 30
  • Bridge over the Danube at Budapest, Now Stiffened Suspension, 60, 67, 106, 107, 108, 647
  • Bridge over the Danube, Inauguration of The Great, 336
  • Bridge, Edinburgh, The New Waverley, 128, 135
  • Bridge across the Hudson River, 266
  • Bridge, Kotri Railway, Indian Railways, 535
  • Bridge, Montreal, and the Proposed New, 183
  • Bridge ovor Niagara Gorge, New Suspension, 87
  • Bridge and Railway, The Channel, 105
  • Bridge, Railway, over the Weichsol, 548, 551, 552
  • Bridge at Rendsburg, Railway Swing, 127, 142
  • Bridge, Rutberglen, 182, 188
  • Bridges, Stono, on The Great Northern Company’s New Line, 309
  • Bridges, Superstructure of Railway, 394, 395, 416 418
  • Bridges, Suspension, of Maximum Span, 247
  • Bridges ? Swing, 15
  • Bridge of Tolbiac on the Orleans Railway, Opening of tho, 59
  • Bridge, Traffic over London and the Tower, 369
  • Bridge and Trestle Timbers, Strength of, 536
  • Bridge over the Tyne at Newcastle, A New High Level, 405
  • Bridge ovor the Wye, Projected, 309
  • Bridge, York, Strengthening Ixmdal, 633
  • Bridges which ought to be Examined, Railway,
  • Bridgwater, Proposed Ship Canal to, 438
  • Bridgwater Town Council, Contemplated Improvement of the Parret, 405
  • Brierley, Mr. Harwood, Spurn Point and its L’ghtbcusfs, 241
  • Brighton Dyke Aerial Ropeway, 329, 330
  • Brighton and Rottingdean Seashcre Electric Tramroad, 453
  • Bristol, Electric Tramway Inaugurated, 382
  • Britannia Company’s Fixed Oil Engine, 7
  • Britannia Company, Portable Oil Engine, 319
  • British Association, The, 254
  • Inaugural Address of the President, Sir Douglas Galton, 254
  • Inaugural Address of the President of the Mechanical Section, Mr. L. Vernon-Harcourt, 254, 269
  • Effect of Wind and Atmospheric Pressure on the Tides, Mr. W. II. Wheeler, 319
  • Ilormite Process of Deodorising Sewage at Ipswich, Mr. J. Napier, 345
  • Ipswich Meeting, Section G, Provisional Programme. 220, 254
  • Visits to Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies’ Works, to Messrs. E. R. and F. Turner’s, and to Messrs. Ransomes and Rapier’s, 289
  • Weirs in Rivers, Mr. G. F. M. Stoney, 334
  • Works to bo Visited, 254
  • British Railways, Capital Invested in, 35
  • British Coal Industry, The, 389
  • British Locomotives, Some Remarkable Performances in, 69
  • British Railway Material, Japan and, 163
  • British Shipbuilding, 430
  • British Small-arm Ammunition, 12
  • Broad Gaugo v. Narrow Gauge, 617
  • “Brooklyn,” Launch of the U.S., 192
  • Brooklyn Trolley Roads, Effect of the Reduced Speed on the, 59
  • Brown, Mr. C., Locomotive Steam Crane, 293
  • Brown, Marshalls, and Co.’s Hopper Coal Wagon, 32
  • Brownhills Urban District Council, Plans for the Sewerage of the Walsall Wood District, 613
  • Browning Automatic Gun, Tested at Indian Head, 595
  • Bruff, Mr., His Retirement from Active Work, 35
  • Brunner, Mond, and Co., Works on Teesside, 382
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Leicester Electricity Works, 56, 57, 64
  • Brussels a Port, 554
  • Brussels Tramway Co., their Trolley System of Electric Traction, 35
  • Brussels Declares Itself a Seaport, 405, 547
  • “Bruxelles Port de Mer,” 405, 547
  • Bryant, Mr. C. W., Elevating and Depressing Gear for Heavy Ordnance, 143
  • Buchanan and Sons, Messrs. James, Coal Elevating and Conveying Machinery, 132
  • Buck, Professor de Burg, On the Physiological Laboratory of the Yorkshire College and its Instrumental Equipment, 559
  • Buckingham, Sewerage Works for, Scheme Explained, 457
  • Bude, Projected Railway to, 431
  • Budleigh Salterton, A New Railway to, 501
  • “Buenos Aires,” Firing Trial of Elswick Cruiser, 593
  • Buffer, The Newark Locomotive, 116
  • Buffet Car on Street Railroad in Philadelphia, 143
  • Building Materials, Technical Congress at Zurich for Securing Unity of Methods in the Testing of, 266
  • Buildings, Moving, 507, 537
  • Bulgaria, New Railways and Harbours, 382
  • Bulgarian Railway, Tenders Invited for a, 87
  • Buoys, Electric Light, Sandy Hook, 35
  • Burke Electric System for Operating Gun Turrets, Test of the, 266
  • Burraah to the China Frontier, Proposal for a Railway from, 369
  • Burmah, Electric Light in, 22
  • Burmoister and Wain’s “Danish Junior ” Separators, 11
  • Burmo-Chinese Railway, With Reference to the, 336
  • Burnett, Mr. R. H., Six-Coupled Locomotive, Metropolitan and St. John’s Wood Railway (Supplement, October 4th, 1895)
  • Burntisland, Extension of Docks, 5-16
  • Burroll and Co., Messrs. C., Improved Compound Road Roller, 579
  • Burton, Griffiths and Co., Water i/cvol Indicator and Detector, 647
  • Bute Dock Company’s Projected New Railways in Monmouthshire, 431
  • Butter Moulding and Drying Machine, Bradford’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Butter Worker, Wilmot and Sons, Ibyal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • CABLE Tramways for Edinburgh, 409
  • Cable, Steel, for the Columbus Avonue Railway, 4o7
  • Cable Inclined Railway up Prospect Mountain. M.Y., 87
  • Caird and Co., Messrs., Launch of the “Palawan.” 234
  • Caird and Rayner’s Works, Visit of the Junior Engineers to Messrs., 436
  • Caisson at Nassel-IIama, Sinking of a, 192
  • Calcium Carbide, The Willson Aluminium Company and,477
  • Caledonian Railway, Accident on the, 105
  • Caledonian Railway Extension, Pressure Exerted on the Company for, 309
  • Caledonian Railway, Jabilee of tho, 89
  • Calendar for 1896, 625
  • Calorimeter, Junker’s Gas, 164
  • Cambrian Railways, Illustrated Guido to the, 35
  • Cambrian Railway, Tank Engines on the, 191
  • Cameron, Mr. John, Punching and Shearing Machine, 614
  • “Campania’s” Record, The, 217
  • Campbell Gas Engine Company’s Engines, 8
  • Campbell-Stokes Instrument, Hours of Sunshine Recorded by, 336
  • Canadian Pacific Railroad Company’s Fire Guard on both Sides of Track, 160
  • Canadian Sault St. Marie Canal, Opening of, 168
  • Canals, 63
  • Canal, The Baltic and Black Sea Ship, 237
  • Canal, The Brussels, Decree Signed, 405
  • Canal between Brussols and Willebrock, 554
  • Canal, Cauadiau Sault St. Marie, Openiug of the, 168
  • Canal Connecting Great Salt Pond on Block Island with the Ocean, 59
  • Canal, Cost of the Projected Prussian Ship, 266
  • Canals, 1 ho Erie, Champlain, and Oswego, Iesue of Bopds for the Improvement of. 405
  • Canal Haulage, 191
  • Canal, Leeds aud Liverpool, 441
  • Canal, The Manchester Ship, 180
  • Canal, Nicaragua, 263, 580
  • Canal, North Sea and Baltic—see North Sea, Ac.
  • Canal, The Panama, 431, 647
  • Canal Profits iu India, 647
  • Canals and Rivers of North Germany, 101
  • Canal, Ship, to Bridgwater, 438
  • Canal, The Trollhatta aud Gota, 194
  • Canals, Two New, 13
  • Canals in the United States, Vote in Favour of the Improvement of, 599
  • Candle Making Machinery ? 507
  • Canwick Irrigation Farm, New Works Opened, 477
  • Caoutchouc Cement for Cycle Tires, 309
  • Cape Colony, Railway Extension, 382
  • Cape Government Railways, Goods Engines and Tenders for the (Supplement, November 22nd, 1895), 497,510
  • Capital Invested in British Railways, 35
  • Capper, Professor D. S., On the Lille Experiments on the Efficiency of Ropes and Belts for Power Transmission, 639
  • Car Journals, Weight per Square Inch on, 171
  • Carbide of Calcium for Carburetting, On the Use of, 405
  • Carbon Dioxide, On the Use of Liquid, for Chilling Test Pieces, 105
  • Carbon into Graphite, Furnace for Transforming, 59
  • Carbon on Iron, Influence of, 559
  • Carbonic Acid, Experiments on Bottles for Holding, 171
  • Carbonic Acid Liquid as a Bailer Disincrastant, 501
  • Carbonic Snow, Messrs. Villard and Jarry’s Experiments with, 234
  • Carbon, Specific Heat at Boiling Point of, 35
  • Carbon in Steel, Iiow to Ascertain Percentage of, 87
  • Carbonickel should be Cupronickel, The Word, 244, 250
  • Card Case Opera Glass, The, 511
  • Cardiff Docks, 526
  • Cardiff, Proposed New Dock, 546
  • Cardiff Waterworks Undertaking, The, 156
  • Cargo, The Largest that ever left New York, 286
  • Carlingford Lough, Pleasure Steamers for, 309
  • Carnegie, Mr. A., On the Railway System of Britain and Railway Rates in Britain and America, 309
  • Carnegie, Edgar Thomson, Steel Works, Record Run made in the Converting Department of the, 192
  • Carnegie Steel Company’s Plates for the “Chicago,” Inspection of the, 431
  • Carriages without Horses, Mr. G. C. Marks on, 514
  • Carriages, Mechancal Road, 35, 38, 63
  • Carriages, Petroleum, 32, 36
  • Carriages, Petroleum Road, 12
  • Carriages, Road—see also Road Carriages
  • Carriages, Self-propelled Road, in France, 36
  • Carriage Tire Sections, 643
  • Carrier Pigeon Service in the United States, The Messenger, 477
  • Cars, Storage Battery, with Chloride Batteries, for New York, 369
  • Cartage and Delivery, Mr. Twelvetrees, 55
  • Carter Brothers Fixed Oil Engine, 7, 8
  • Carter’s Disintegrators, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12
  • Carter’s Wheel Construction, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Cartridge Cases, 244, 250
  • Cast Iron Columns of the St. Louis City Hall, Report on the Defects in, 525
  • Cast Iron, Tests of the Physical Properties of, 219
  • Cast Steel Ingots, Small, 206
  • Casting Compound Ingots for Armour Plates, Mr. T. Hampton’s Method of, 234
  • Catalogues, 45, 72, 113, 160, 196, 227, 285, 418
  • Catalogue of Earthquakes, The ‘Russian Geographical Society’s, 160
  • Catalogue Issued by The Royal Agricultural Society, 45
  • Cataract Construction Company of Niagara Falls, The, 323
  • Cattle Trade, Foreign, Improvements at Birkenhead, 328
  • Cell, A Dry, 59
  • Cell, The Renault Dry, 217
  • Celluloid Articles? Makers of, 65
  • Cements, Heat Tests for, 595
  • Cement, Specific Gravity of, 248
  • Census of Pedestrian and Vehicular Traffic over London and the Tower Bridge, 369
  • Central Cyclone Company’s Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12
  • Central Factories for Sugar, 86
  • Central London Railway, The, 22, 42
  • Central Siberian Line, The Tomsk Soction, 234
  • Centrifugal Fans, Design and Testing of, 625
  • Centurion, The Now, 437, 529, 616
  • Centurion, Tbo New, Automatic Mountings for Heavy Guns, 616
  • Ceylon, Battle of The Gauges in, 13
  • Ceylon Government Railway, Locomotives for, 143
  • Chabal, E., Experiments on the Lubrication and Wear of Bearings, 160
  • “Challenge” Feed Pumps or Heaters? 65
  • Channel Bridge and Railway Company, Meeting of Holders of Founders’ Stock in the, 105
  • Charleroi District, Coal Concessions, 143
  • Charleston Harbour, 441
  • Charpy, M., On th9 Mechanical Properties of Alloys of Copper and Zinc, 405
  • Cheap Money, The Day of, 312
  • Cheap Oxygen, 337
  • Cheeld’s Centrifugal Churn, 9
  • Chelmsford, Firo at The Arc Works, 562
  • Chemical Engineering in Germany, 414
  • Chemistry in Relation to Engineering, 269
  • Cheshire Lines Committee, Stipulations of the, in Inviting Tenders for Rolling Stock, 641
  • Chester Conference to Re-arrange the Railway Rates for Agricultural Produce, 645
  • C'he8ter-le-Street, Sewerage Schemes for, 250
  • Cheyaur Bridge, Strengthening of the Girders of, 217
  • Chicago Drainage Canal, Excavation Involved, 286
  • Chicago, Elevated Electric Railway, 143, 160
  • Chicago, Projected Subways for, 431
  • Chilian Loan for Railway Construction, 309
  • Chilling Test pieces with Liquid Carbon Di jxide, 105
  • Chimbote Railway, Mr. J. R. Maxwell on the, 59
  • Chimneys, Draught Power of, 309
  • China, New Railway, University and Schools for, 382
  • China, Projected Railway between Tientsin ana Chinkiaug, 309
  • China, Railways in, and The Cockerill Company, 457
  • Chinose Railways, New, 613
  • Chinese Torpedo Cruiser, New, 286
  • Chorley Sewerage Purification Works, 457
  • Chrome Iron Ore Mining in Asia Minor, Mr. W. F. Wilkinson, 4
  • Chrome Ore and Forro-chromium, Analysis of, Mr. E. H. Saniter, 177
  • Chromo Steel Armour Plato, Test of an, at Indian Head, 266
  • Chromic Salts to the Feed-water, Scale in Bailers Prevented by the Addition of, 336
  • Chronograph, Polarising Phot?, United States Experiments with the, 240
  • Church Cars on The Trans-Siberian Railway, 286
  • Churn, Cheeld’s Centrifugal, 9
  • Churns and Separators at The Royal Agricultural Society’8 Show, 11
  • Cigars and Cycling, 369
  • Circulating Pumps, Air and, for 3000-IIorso Power Mill Engines, 140, 164
  • City of Dublin Steam Packet Company, New Steamers for tho, 160
  • City of Landon Electric Lighting Company, Ferranti Machines and Willans Engines at the Bankside Station, 234
  • City and South London Railway, Mr. J. H. Great- head on the, 500
  • City of York New Sewerage Works, 93
  • Civil Engineering, Mr. Sydney \ Court on, 626
  • Claret, M., Electric Tramway for Paris, 87
  • Clark, Chapman, and Co.’s Oil Engines, 8
  • Clarke, Chapman, and Co., Suspended Electric Crane, 402, 410
  • Clarke, Mr. R. W., His Appointment to Indian Collieries, 336
  • Clarke, Mr. J. C., on Grain Carrying Rates from Chicago to New York, 595
  • Clearance, Loss by, 189
  • Clearance iq Steam Engine Cylinders, 41, 63, 86, 109 189
  • Cloch Lighthouse, The, 615
  • Clock, Remarkable, Described in Machinery, 554
  • “Clouds and Weather,” Captain D. Wilson-Barker’s Pamphlet, 595
  • Clutch, A Magnetic, 118
  • Clutton Windmill, The, 11
  • Clydebank Engineering Works, 153, 187
  • Clydebank Shipyard, 153, 187
  • Clydebank and Yoker Extension Railway, The, 167
  • Clydo and Belfast Strikes, The, 356, 456,485,503, 555, 559, 599, 619
  • Clyde and Belfast Strikes, Report on The Situation of the, 559
  • Clyde Navigation, Recent Engineering Improvements of the, 100, 126, 131, 167, 193
  • Clyde Shipbuilding Trade, The Lock-out in the, 356, 456, 485, 503, 555, 559, 599, 619
  • Clyde Shipyards, Vessels Launched from the, 105
  • Clyde, Sluices and Bridge over the, 334, 335
  • Clyde, Wages Dispute on the, 356
  • Coal, Action of Water on, 217
  • Coal Area Discovered in Newfoundland, 456
  • Coal, Australian, 391
  • Coal Contract Rates, The New, A Boon to Railway Companies, 16
  • Coal and Coal Miners, 90
  • Coal Consumption of Battleships, Improvement in, 197
  • Coal Consumption Trial of H. M.S. “ Magnificent,” 254
  • Coal Dust, Gas from, Now Method to Manufacture, 501
  • Coal Elevating and Conveying Machinery, 132
  • Coal Export from Belgium, 13
  • Coalfields of South Staffordshire, Mineral Resources of, 174
  • Coal, French Imports of, 315
  • Coal Gas as a Motive Power, 267
  • Coal, Government Railways and Locomotive, 509
  • Coal in India, Production of, 143
  • Coal, Indian, Increased Demand for, 641
  • Coal Industry, The British, 389
  • Coal, Japanese, Delivered in Bombay, 160
  • Coal Mines in Quetta, 234
  • Coal in Newfoundland, 595
  • Coal in New Zealand, and Possibilities of an Export Trade in, 234
  • Coal Supply of our Warships, Tho, 531, 601
  • Coal Trade, Outlook in the, 598
  • Coal Trade Position, Tho, 557
  • Coal Trade, The Yorkshire, 485
  • Coal Wagon, Hopper, 32
  • Coal Washer, The Francou, 626, 627
  • Coal Washing and Coke Making Plant, Cyfarthfa Iron and Steel Works, 558
  • Coaling on Sunday, The Admiralty and, 143
  • Coates, Mr. W. T., On How Not to Do Some Things, 481
  • Coating Aluminium with other Metals, 286
  • Coating of Metals ? Platinum or other Black, 65
  • Cockerill Company and Railways in China, The, 457
  • Cohoy, Mr. R., His Appointment as Locomotive Superintendent, 613
  • Coldest Winters since 1841, Compared, 13
  • Cole, Marchent, and Morley, Messrs., Compound Engines for Saltaire Mills, 258, 260
  • Coleman and Mortou’s Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11
  • Collieries, Electric Haulage and Light in Mr. W. Bassano’s, 525
  • Collieries in Iodia, Outpat of Various, 160
  • Collision with Lock Gates, 39
  • Collision, Railway, St. Lazaro Station, 266
  • “ Columbia,” The Cruiser, and Captain Sumner’s Sentence, 286
  • “Columbia,” Run mado by tbo, 217, 266
  • “Columbia,” Testing The Soa-going Qualities of the, 13, 59
  • “Columbia,” Speed Records of the, 160
  • “Columbia,” The United States Commerce Destroyer, 354
  • “Comet” Lamp, Messrs. Sinclair and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Commercial Fleets Compared, English, German, and French, 234
  • Commercial Manufacture of Liquid Air, 557
  • Compass Trammel, Sargent’s Patent Combined, 59
  • Compensating Gradients, Theory of, 508
  • Composite Gunboats, Bids for, 420
  • Compound Engines—tee Engines, Compound Compounding Locomotives, Test of Three Systems of, 369
  • “Comus,” H.M.S., 500
  • “Comus,” Refit of H.M. Cruiser, 286
  • Commutators, Method of Repairing, 217
  • Concentrated Loads, 138
  • Condensation in Long Steam Pipes, Loss from, 317
  • Condenser, Jet, with Drum Air Pump, 189
  • Conductivity of Rocks, Messrs. Pierce nod Willson on the, 525
  • Congo Country, Production of Iron in the, 501
  • Congo, Petroleum in, 595
  • Congo, Railway in French, 105, 234
  • Conradi, Mr. J. F., Superstructure of Railway Bridges, 394,395, 416, 418 Conservation of Energy, The, and Dr. Morton's Statements, 185
  • Constantinople, London to, Accelerated Train Service, 336
  • Continental Works Practico, Technical Engineering and, 238
  • Continuous Alternating Current Systems in Power Supply Stations, 105
  • Continuous Brake, Origin of the, 38
  • Continuous Brakes, 504
  • Continuous Brake—.* « Brakes Contracts Open : Oil Tanks for India, East Coast Railway, 4S9
  • Kotri-Rohri Riilway, I. S. R ,5ft. 6in. Gauge, 535
  • Pillar Water Crane, 404
  • Contributive Traffic, M. de Backer, 55
  • Cook, Captain, His Scientific Observations in Newfoundland, 595
  • Coolgardie, Electric Lighting of the Grand Hotel, 613
  • Co-operative Association to work with the Great Eastern Railway, Proposed, 431
  • Copper, Action of Hydrochloric Acid on, 431
  • Copper, Action of Sulphur Vapour on, 554
  • Copper and Engineering, 212
  • Copper Pipes, Flange Joints on, 617
  • Copper Rendered more Fluid by Addition of Lead, 336
  • Copper Tubes Replaced by Steel, 336
  • Copper Wires, The Western Union Telegraph Company’s Use of, 501
  • Copper and Zinc, Tensile Strength of Alloys of, 405
  • Copying Press, The Hydraulic, 23, 39
  • Cord Communication on Indian Railways, 595
  • Corliss Compound Engines, Leicester Electricity Works, 57, 68, 86, 142
  • Cornish Lines, Doubling of, 217
  • Cornu, M. A., On the Transverse Vibrations of Cords, 217
  • Cornwall Works, Soho, Mes3rs. Tangyes, Limited, 175, 177, 181
  • Cost of Railway Working, Changes in, 163
  • Coventry Technical Institute and School of Art, Viscount Peel on Technical Education, 613
  • Cowley and Son’s Screwing Machines, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12 Cowper-Coles’ Electrical Galvanising Plant, 344
  • Cowper Street Schools Old Boys’ Club, Courses of Practical Lectures, 405
  • Cradock and Company’s Wire Ropes, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44 Cradock’s Water Gauge Protector, Royal Agricultural Suciety’8 Show, 45
  • Craggs, William, Engine Driver, Doath of, 525, 550
  • Craig and Sons’ “ Spongia ” Blotting Paper, 35
  • Cramp Company’s Arrangement of Cylinders for the New American Liners, 309 Crane, Electric Timb9r Stacking, 331. 333, 396
  • Cranes, Electric Travelling, 402, 410
  • Crane, Locomotive Steam, 293
  • Crane, Pillar Water, 404
  • Crane, Timber Stacking, 540
  • Crane, Travelling, Indian Head, 225
  • Cranford, Mr., On Tin Mining, 424
  • Crehorc, Professor A. C., Electric Method of Determining Velocity of Projectiles, 266 Crete, Projected Railway in, 266
  • Crewe and Sandbach, Completion of Lino between, 35
  • Creosote Oil, Method of Burning, 192
  • Crewe Works and The Rovival in Trade, 477
  • Cros and Ducos du Hauron’s Method of Photography in Natural Colours, 641
  • Crosier, Stephens and Co.’s Vertical Boiler, with Various Special Boiler Fittings, 45 Crossley Bro?.’ Combined Gas Engine and Centrifugal Pump, 611
  • Crossley’s Oil Engine Vaporiser, 61
  • Crossley’s 8-Horse Power Portable Oil Engine, 61
  • Crouch and Hogg, Messrs., Ruthorglen Bridge, 182 188
  • Cruisers, 35, 87, 222, 234, 266, 309, 456, 521
  • Cruisers for the Dutch Government, 35
  • Cruisers, The Latest Now, 456
  • Cruiser “ Rurik,” The Russian Armoured, 521
  • Crystal Palace Company’s School of Practical Engineering, Presentation of Certificates, 160, 641
  • Culm for Fuel, Pennsylvania Heat, Light, and Power Company, 554
  • Cunard s.s. “Campania’s” Record, The, 217
  • Cunard Steamer “ Aurania,” Accident to the, 105
  • Cuuard Steamer “ Lucania’s” Run, The, 309
  • Cunningham, Blythe, and Westland, Messrs., Waverley Bridge, 128, 135 Cunynghame, Mr. W. IL, Locomotive Carriages for Common Roads, 5* 24
  • Currie, M. P., on the Magnetic Properties of Bodies at Different Temperatures, 87 Cursor, The Radial, 431 ,
  • Cutter, The Vance Lightning Tube, 646
  • Cycle Show at the Crystal Palace, 554
  • Cycles, The Stanley Show of, 511, 5* 28
  • Cycle Gear, Elliptic, 5
  • Cycles, Leather Tiros instead of India-rubber, 87
  • Cycle, Motor, 252
  • Cycle Tires, Caoutchouc Comont for, 309
  • Cyclic Feast, A, 357
  • Cyclist, The Military, 487
  • Cyclists in Naples, Stringent Regulations for, 309
  • Cyfarthfa Iron and Steel Works, Coal Washing and Coke Making Plant, 558, 560, 561
  • Cylinders, Clearance in Steam Engine, 41, 189
  • Cylinders for Compound Engines, Proportioning, 345
  • Cylinder, Explosion of a Carbonic Acid Gas, 107
  • Cylinders, Explosions of Gas, 112
  • Cylinders for the New American Lines, The Cramp Co.’s Arrangement of, 309
  • Cyclonic Storms in India, Mr. J. Eliot on, 501
  • DAFFIELD, Miniature Railway at, 554
  • Daimler Motor Cyclo, Mr. W. K. Vanderbilt’s, 309
  • Dairy Farm Buildings, Sir .Jas. Blyth on, 48
  • Dairy Implements, Royal Agricultural Society’ Show,45
  • Dairy Show, Tho, 381
  • Damascening Glass Artielos, New Method of, 477
  • Dam, California, The Lower Otay, Dimensions of, 501
  • Dam at Curtis Lake, U.S.A., Giving Way of, 35
  • Damming the River Dee, Scheme for, 360
  • Dams, Failure of High Masonry, 352
  • Danbury, Conn., Gas Works, Gas Engines in the 431
  • Danube Bridge, New, 617
  • Danube, at Buda Pest, New Stiffened Suspension Bridge over the, 60, 67, 106, 107, 108
  • Danube, Inauguration of the Great Bridge over the, 336
  • Davey, Paxman, and Co., High Speed Electric Light Engine, Indian Exhibition, 548
  • Davy Lamps on Steamers, The Use of, 234
  • Day of Cheap Money, The, 312
  • Day of the Great Producer, Tne, 288
  • Deas, Mr. James, Recent Engineering Improvements of the Clyde Navigation, 100, 126, 131, 167, 193
  • Deaths from Railway Accidents in the United States, England, and Franco, 87
  • Death Rato per 1000 from all Causes in London, 35
  • Death Rate per 1000, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dublin, London, 143
  • Deaths Registered in Thirty-three Great Towns of England and Wales, 35, 192, 369
  • Deaths Registered in the United Kingdom last Quarter, 143, 525
  • Decimal System in Calculations relating to Railway Construction and Working, Mr. T. L. Wilkinson, Adoption of, 29
  • Decomposition of Glass by Water, On the, 336
  • Dee, Scheme for Damming the River, 360
  • Deep Cast obtained by H.M.S. “ Penguin,” 382
  • Defence of the Country, Need of Increased War Material, 89
  • Defects of American Railways, 319
  • Defender, The, 430
  • Delagoa Bay Railway Opened, The, 35
  • Delagoa Railway, Difficulties with regard to, 192
  • Do La Vergne Refrigerating Company, Hornsby-Akroyd Oil Engine, Selected by, 105
  • Denayrouze, M., Gas Lamp of 80-Candle Power, 266, 474
  • Denison and Son’s Hydraulic Copying Press, 23
  • Donniss, Mr. C. S., Appointed Manager of the Cambrian Railway, 405
  • Denny, Sir Archibald, His Presidential Address at the Institute of Junior Engineers, 487
  • Denny, Messrs., Laven Shipyard and Engine Works, 187
  • Denny, Dr. P., 187
  • Denny, Mr. Peter, 192
  • Denton, Mr. H., Horso aud Cattle Automatic Feeder, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Deodorising Sewage, Hermite Process of, 345
  • Depow, Mr. C. M., on the Total Tonnage on Oceans and Railways, 369
  • Deptford, The New 100-Unit Machino at, 607
  • Derailing Switches and Cut-offs, Tramway Accident in Cleveland, 554
  • Derby to Ashbourne, Proposed Light Railway on the Electric Light System from, 160
  • Derby to Ashbourne, Light Electric Railway from, 457
  • Derby, The Midland Railway Company’s Locomotive Works, 581, 593, 594, 596
  • De Salis, Mr. II. R., The Steam Canal Inspection Launch “ Dragon Fly,” 451, 455, 458
  • Des Vignes and Co., Messrs., Steam launch “Germania,” 553
  • Detachable Rudders, 360
  • Detroit Dry Dock Company, Ice Crushing Transport Ferries for Lake Baikal, 217
  • Diamond Carbon in Moteoric Stones, Occurrence of, 595
  • Diamond Shoal, Lighting tho, 647
  • Diamonds, Black, their Great Hardness, 554
  • Dick and Co., Messrs. W. B., Anti-fouling Composition for Ships’ Bottoms, 217
  • Differential Speeds in Brake Rolls, 148
  • Dion and Barton’s Road Carriage, 36
  • Dion ot Bouton, MM., Somi-Automotivo Tricycle, 13
  • I)ine9, Mr. W. II., Experiment Illustrating The Formation of the Tornado Cloud, 501
  • Dinorwic Slate Quarries, Llanboris, 62
  • Dirschau, Riilway Bridge over the Deichsol at, 548, 551,552
  • Disaster on s.s. “ Iona,” 312, 317
  • Discharge of Niagara and other Rivors, Observations with Surface Floats for the, 382
  • Disinfectant in Philadelphia, Use of Electrozone as a, 525
  • Disintegrators and Pulverisers, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12
  • Disposal of Town Refuse, 46
  • Distance and Time in which a Ship may bo brought to Rest from Full Speed Ahead, 108, 142, 166
  • Distant Signal Lights, 104
  • Distiller, The Renown Sea-wator, 353
  • District Railway, Indicator MechaDism on the, 525
  • Dobbing, Mr. J., Hay and Clover Making Machine, 11
  • Dock for Barcelona, 6000-Ton Depositing, 354
  • Docks, Cardiff 526
  • Dock, Dry, at Kuro, Japan, 613
  • Docks, Dry, The United States Government, 501
  • Docks in Japan, New, 431
  • Dock for the Philippines, Floating, 626
  • Dock Pumping, New Departure in, 264
  • Dock, Southampton Graving, 103
  • Dolboar, Mr. A. E., On “Materialism Untenable,” 66
  • Doncaster Race Week, 263
  • Donogal Railway Extension Bill, 309
  • Doubling Railway Lines, 192, 217
  • Dowlais, Gas Producers at, 505
  • Dowlais, Testing Machine at, 505
  • Dox ford and Sons, Launches from Shipbuilding Yard of, 286
  • “ Dragon Fly,” The Steam Launch, 451, 455, 458
  • Drainage Arrangements from Cylinders, &©., in Torpedo Gunboats, 333
  • Drainage of East Molesey, 511
  • Draught Power of Chimneys, W. B. Le Van on the, 309
  • Dredgers and Excavators on the Baltic Canal, 110, 116, 136, 310, 31G
  • Dredging Plant, Clyde Navigation, 193
  • Dredging \ ossel for the Russian Government (Supplement, September 6th, 1895), 238
  • Dried \ egetablos for The Ashanti Expedition, «Va/ure on the, 641
  • Driggs-Schroeder Six-pound Shells, 35
  • Drilling Machine, Multiple, 527
  • Drilling Machine, Stephen and Carter’s, 507
  • Drills, Manure and Soed, at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 10
  • Driving Centrifugal Pump* at the Sunderland Docks by Gas Engines, 40.5
  • Driving Tires, Bessemer Steel, Great Eastern Railway, 369
  • Driving Wheels on Ono Side of an Engine, Breaking of Both, 13
  • Driving Wheels in The United States, Single, 363
  • Drowning, Improved Lights for the Rjscuo of the, 411
  • Drum Air PuTp and Jet Condenser, Johnson’s, 189
  • Dry Docks, The United States Government, 501
  • Dry Press Brick Machino, Mr. W. Johnson, 71. 94
  • Dublin aud Lucan Steam Tramway Line to be
  • Converted into a Light Railway, 192
  • Duddington, Railway Accident caused by a Fog at, 641
  • Dumbarton, The, New Station and the Town Council, 13
  • Duncan, Dr. Louis, Substitution of Electricity for
  • Steam in Railroad Practice, 187
  • Duncan and Superbie’s Bicycle, 36
  • Dunn, Mr. Jas., Temporary Appointment of, 143
  • Durand, Professor, On Ship Propulsion by Storage Batteries, 309
  • D'drr Lamp, Tho, 286
  • Durston, Mr., His Presidential Address, 318
  • Durston, Mr., On The Machinery of Ships of War. 311
  • Duryea Motor Carriage at Chicago, 495
  • Dust Destructor and Electric Light for Hacknev. 105 7
  • Dust Destructor for St. Leonard’s Parish, Shore
  • ditch, Messrs. Manlovo, Alliott, and Co., 59
  • Dutch Government, Fast Cruisers for tho, 35
  • Du Temple and the Bolleville Types of Water-tube Boilers, Trials to Test their Respective Merits, 336
  • Dynamo for Colliery Working, Large, 181
  • Dynamo and Engines, Messrs. Ferranti and Co., 502, 503
  • EARLE’S Shipbuilding and Engineering Company’s Works Virited, 171
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, 74, 104. 142, 191, 216,239, 248, 258, 259, 285, 292, 317, 345, 355, 360, 3S6, 408, 435, 440, 441, 451,454, 476, 505, 538, 550
  • Earth’s Magnetism, Horizontal Force of the, 369
  • Eirthquakes, Catalogue of, 160
  • East Ham Sewage Pumping Station, Accident at, 13
  • East Indian Railway Company, Compound Paddle
  • Engines and Ship Steering Gear, 489
  • East London Waterworks Company, Increased Supply of Water Announced by, 105 East London Waterworks Company, Increase in the Volume of Water, 143
  • East Side Iron Elevator Company, of Toledo, Grain Elevator and Storehouse, 647 Easton, Anderson, and GooldeD, Limited, Electric Mining Plant, Margaret Pit, 2, 6 Easton, Andenon, and Gooldon, L:mited, The Niagara Pulveriser, 358
  • Easton, Anderson, and Gooiden, Mcs;rs , Pumping Engines, Ixïicester Waterworks, 530
  • Eccles Corporation Sowago Works, 178
  • Eclipse of the Moon, 234
  • E^oaometer, Arndt’s Patent, 240
  • Economy Test of Slow Speed Electric Light Engines, 134
  • Edge Runners and Disintegrators ƒ 483
  • Eliuburgh, Cable Tramways for, 409
  • Edinburgh Water Supply, The, 303
  • Education, The Lecture Theatre as a form of, 42
  • Edwards’ Hay and Straw Press, 10
  • Effect of Gun Fire, The, 288
  • Eginitis, M. D., On the Rainfall at Athens, 613
  • Egypt, Irrigation Works in, since the British Occupation of, 275—278, 301—303, 427, 432
  • Elbing Oberland Canal Boat on Cage, 102
  • Electric Arc Light, On the Temperature of the Crator of, 143
  • Electric Cableway System of Towing on the Erie Canal, 501
  • Electric Cars, Fenders Necessary in, 192
  • Electric Cars in Massachusetts, Fenders and
  • Wheel Guards for all, 266
  • Electric Cars in United States, Hauling Capacity of, 457
  • Eloctric Communication for Life-saviüg Purposes. 143
  • Electric Construction Company, Wolverhampton, Bonus to tbeir Employés, 13
  • Eloctric Current on Aluminium Wire, Action of. 457
  • Electric Current, Rail Melted by, 286
  • Electric Distribution, Mr. Wolbourn, 404
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of—see Institution of Electrical Engineers Electrical Engineers. Institution of, “Low-pressure ” Limit, 554
  • Electric Feeders to Stoam Lines, 477
  • Electric Furnace, Messrs. Girard and Stroct, 59
  • Electric Galvanising Plant, Cowper-Coles’, 343, 344
  • Electrical Haulage and Electric Light at the Iladen Hill Collieries, 525
  • Electric Haulage, The Th waite-Cawley System of 22
  • Electric Headlights on South Pacific Railway, 309
  • Electric Incandescent Lamps in Germany, Net Cost of Manufacture of, 477
  • Electric Incandescent Lamps, Temperature of Filaments, 13
  • Electric Lamp, The Diirr, 286
  • Electric Limps, ^O-Volt, 36Q
  • Electric Light, Advantages of, from the Standpoint of Coolness, 160
  • Electric Light Buoys, Sandy Hook, 35
  • Electric Light in Burmah, 22
  • Electric Light Engines, Economy Test of Slow Speed, 134
  • Electric Light for Fulham, 505
  • Electric Light to pass through the Suez Canal, Percentage of Ships using the, 217
  • Electric Light Posts in London Re-coated with Hartmann's Paiot, 266
  • Electric Light Station on the Seine, Project for a Floating, 59
  • Electric Light Stations, German, 30
  • Electric L’ght Works, Wolverhampton, Messrs. Parker and Co.’s, 178
  • Electric Lighting, The Board of Trade and, 42
  • Electric Lighting of the Grand Hotel, Coolgardie, 613
  • Electric Lighting Regulations, 602
  • Electric Lighting of Salford, 166
  • Electric Lighting of Swansea, 267
  • Electric Lighting, Meeting at the Westminster
  • Town Hall of those Interested in, 477
  • Electric Lighting of Trains, 521
  • Electric Locomotives, Too Baldwin Works, 431
  • Electric Locomotive of the Baltimore Belt Railway, Speed of, 457
  • Electric Locomotive on the Baltimore and Ohio Railway, 548
  • Electric Locomotive, Baltimore Tunnel, 401
  • Electric Locomotives, Mr. E. Worthington, 521
  • Electric Mains in Paris. 197
  • Electric Metre Gauge Road Railways for Switzor- land, 457
  • Electric Mining Plant, Some, 2, 6, 39
  • Electric Motors for the Elevated Railway in Chicago, 143, 160
  • Eloctric Motors, Freight Hauling Test by, 35
  • Electric Motors, Messrs. Greenwood and Batloy, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Electric Motor, Record made by an, 35
  • Electric Omnibuses in London, 13
  • Electric Organ, The Hope-Jones, 502
  • Electric Plants for Long Distance Transmission in the United States, 447
  • Electric Plant, Noise made by, 59
  • Electrical Power Transmission Plant, The Folsom-Sacramento, 133
  • Electric Power Stations in France, 192
  • Electric Power Transmitted from Niagara Falls, First, 13
  • Electrical Properties of Selenium, 35
  • Electric Rack Railway up the Grossgloekncr, 13
  • Electric Rail Welding, Mr. H. Limp on, 203
  • Electric Railway Company’s New Bill Opposed by the St. Mary Woolnoth Vestry, 613
  • Electric Railway Companies in St. Louis, U.S.A., 8/
  • Electric Railway from Derby to Ashbourne, 405
  • Electric Railways, Increase in One Year, 477
  • Electric Railway, Niagara Falls, Accident on, 143
  • Electric Railway, Overhead, Chicago, 143, 160
  • Electric Railway, Kyoto, 59
  • Electric Railways, Philadelphia, Persons Killed on, 35
  • Electric Railways for Russia, The Czir on, 192
  • Electric Railway, Snaefell, The Projected, 35
  • Electric Railway io The United Kingdom, The First Mountain, 192
  • Electric Railways in the United States, 631
  • Electric Railways for Vienna, Tenders Invitodfor, 87
  • Electric Sugar Refiners, Herr Dammeyer’s, Experiments with, 87
  • Electric Supply, Small Candle Power Lamps at
  • High Voltages, 216 Electric Supply at 230 volts, 161
  • Electric Timber Stacking Crane, 331, 333, 396
  • Electric Traction, M. Auvert on, 19, 47, 73, 119, 144
  • Electric Traction in Belgium, Trolley System of 35
  • Electric Traction, The Lancaster and District Tramways Company and, 501
  • Electric Traction on Railways, 1S6
  • Electric Traction, Record of Recent Progress of, 477
  • Electric ’fraction for Steam Locomotives, Projected Substitution of, on Belgian Lines, 87
  • Electric Tramway, The Barmen, 553
  • Electric Tramroad, Brighton Seashoro, 453
  • Electric Tramway, Bristol, Inauguration Run. 3S2
  • Electric Tramways, Hartlepool, 382
  • Eloctric Tramway for Paris, 87
  • Electric Tramway into Portsmouth, 234
  • Electric Tramway System, The Hamburg, 537
  • Electric Tramway System, Overhead, in the Midlands, 405
  • Electric Tramways in the United States, Mileage of, 160
  • Electric Travelling Cranes, 402, 410
  • Electric Truck, United States of Annrica, Accident to, 35
  • Electrical Underground Conduit Tramway, New York, 155
  • Electrical Waves in Water, Professor Onues on the Propagation of, 525
  • Electric Welding, 615, 643
  • E'ectric Wires and Street Explosions, 424
  • Electrically Propelled Carriages using Accumulators, On, 613
  • Electricity Applied to Agricultural Proccssos, 349
  • Electricity in the Dwelling, Lord Kingsburgh on, Electricity, Green Wood a Better Conductor of, than Dead, 382
  • Electricity, Heating Street Railway Cars by, 450
  • Electricity, Towing by, 217
  • Electricity, Vagaries of, 371
  • Electricity Works of the Great Northern Railway, Holloway, 383, 386, 388
  • Electro-motors, 19, 47 Electrolysis, Refining Impure Zinc by, 143
  • Electrolytes, On The Ke* istance of Porous Diaphragms in Various, 525
  • Electrolytic Corrosion, Protecting Pipes from, 143
  • Electrophone Company’s Receiver for Transmitting Dean Farrar’s Farewell Address, 87
  • Electrozono as a Disinfectant in Philadelphia, Use of, 525
  • Elevating Railway, The Otis, 472
  • Elevator, The Otis, Manhattan Insurance Building, New York, 478, 479, 498, 499, 506
  • Eliot, Mr. J., On The Cold Weather Storms of 1893 in India, 501
  • Eliot, Mr. Wbateloy, Ilis Appointment, 551
  • Eiland Gasworks, Coal Elevator. 132
  • Eiland Urban District, Qutfall Worktj and Sewage Treatment, 431
  • Ellin’s Small Adjustable Spanner, 142
  • ElliDgton, Mr. E. B., Hydraulic Power Supply in Towns—Glasgow, Manchester, Buenos Ayres, &c., 99, 126
  • Elliott, Mr. Chas., Postage Stamp Affixer, 368
  • Elliott Bros., Messrs , Tachometer, 547
  • Elliptic Cycle Gear. 5
  • Elswick Cruiser, “ Buenos Aires,” Firing Trial of, 593
  • Emigration Prospects, 22
  • Emmensite, The New Explosive, 13
  • Emporor William Canal—see North Sea and Baltic Canal
  • Empress Theatre, Earl’s Court, The, 264, 268, 317
  • Engel, M. R , On the Action of Hydrochloric Acid on Copper, 431
  • Engines, Oil, and Air Compressors for Sounding Fog Sirens, 369
  • Engine and Centrifugal Pump, Combined Gas, 611
  • Engines, Compound, Saltaire Mills, 258, 260
  • Engine, Compound, Horizontal Tandem, Messrs. J. Hargreaves and Co., 189
  • Engines, Compound, London Electric Supply Company, 618
  • Engines, Compound Paddle, and Ship Steering Gear, Messrs. Bow, McLachlan, and Co., 482, 489
  • Engines, Compound, Proportioning Cylinders for, 345
  • Engines, Compound, Steam Hopper Barge, Baltic Canal (Supplement, October 25th, 1895), 415
  • Engines, Corliss Compound, Leicester Electricity Works, 57, 68, 86, 142
  • Engine, On the Creation and Development of the Steam, 468
  • Engine Cylinders, Clearance in Steam, 41, 63, 86, 109, 189
  • Engine Driver, The Oldest, in the World, 525, 550
  • Engine Economy, A New Departure in Steam, 15
  • Engine Friction, Internal, 507
  • Engines, Gas, their Mechanical Efficiency, 431 Engines, Gear, 12
  • Engine, High Speed, Mr. J. C. Poache, 550
  • Engine, High Speed Electric L’ght, Messrs. Davey, Paxman, and Co., 548
  • Engines, 3000-IIorso Power Mill, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., 140, 164, 194
  • Engines, Murdock’s Blowing, 434
  • Engines, Oil Fuel for Pumping, 597
  • Engines, Pilot, 434, 466
  • Engines, Portable Oil, 319
  • Engines, Portable and Traction, Smithfield Club Show, 600
  • Engines, Pumping, Leicester Waterworks (Supplement, December 6th, 1895), 553
  • Engine, Quadruple Expansion, Messrs. Hall and Treat, 35
  • Engines for the Russian Imperial Yacht “Standart,” 157, 158, 159
  • Engines at Saltaire, 285
  • Engines of the “Samoyed,” 361, 362
  • Engine Starter, Green’s Automatic Gas, 342
  • Engines, Steam, Oil, and Ga«, at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 7, 61
  • Engines, Steering, of H.M.S.S. “Venus” and “ Diana,” 424
  • Engines, Steering, in the Royal Navy, 423, 424, 433
  • Engines and Tenders, Goods, for The Cap Government Railways (Supplement, November 22nd 1895), 497, 510
  • Engines, Traction, and Self - propelled Road Carriages, 189, 311
  • Engines, Trains and Pilot, 434, 466
  • Engines, Triple-expansion, s.s. “ Lizzie Westoll ” (Supplement, July 16th, 1895), 62
  • Engines, Triple-expansion and Compound, 640
  • “ Engineer” 1000-Guinea Road Carriage Competition, 15, 41,161,1S5, 211, 235, 459, 483, 507, 531
  • Engineering, Benefits Conferred by, upon Pure Scionce, 270
  • Engineering, Chemical, in Germany, 414
  • Engineering of Eoglish Ironworks, The, 187
  • Engineering as an Experimental Scienco, 270
  • Engineering Fireworks, 22
  • Engineering Improvements of the Clyde Navigation, Mr. Jas. Deas, 193
  • Engineering, Coppor and, 212
  • Engineering in India, Incompetent Railway, 143
  • Engineering Literature, 270
  • Engineering, Past, Present, and Future, Mr. II. McLaren, 454
  • Engineering, Practical Steam, 39
  • Eogineering and Shipbuilding, 557
  • Engineering and Shipbuilding in Ireland, 599
  • Engineering and Shipbuilding on the Thames, Marine, 45
  • Engineering, Specialising in, 270
  • Engineering, Technical, and Continental Works Practice, 238
  • Engineering, Mr. L. Vernon-Harcourt on Mathematics, Chemistry, Geology, Meteorology, in Relation to, 269
  • Engineering Works, Failures of, Due to Neglect of Scientific Considerations, 270
  • Engineers over Forty—Nono Need Apply, 290
  • Engineer in Naval Warfaro aud io Commerce, The, 504
  • Engineer Personnel of the Navy, 2C8
  • Engineers, Proposed Association of Waterworks, 504, 529
  • Engineers, Scientific Training of, 270
  • Engineers and Structural Steel, 288
  • Engineers for the United States Navy, 526
  • English and American Projectiles, 317
  • Equilibrium Phenomena of Alloys of Two or Three Metals, Gold Medal Offered for Paper on, 477
  • Erie Canal, Towing by Electricity on, 217
  • Errata Corrected, 130, 153, 187, 244, 250
  • Erratum, Cartridge Caso’, 244, 250
  • “ Ericsson,” The, 148
  • “ Ericsson,” Explosion on Board the, 59
  • Etna, Railway Round, 336
  • Evans, Mr. 1)., Testimonial to, 382
  • Evaporation of Liquids and the Capillary Theories,
  • The, 457
  • Everard, Mr., Pumpirg Machinery Leicester Waterworks (Suppleon id, December 6th, 1895), 553
  • Everard, Mr. J. B., Cropston Engino House, Leicester Waterworks, 534
  • Everitt, Kir. W. IL, On The Magnetic Field of any Cylindrical Coil or Plane Circuit, 477
  • Evesham Rural District Council and (bo Hchemo for Village Water Supply, 369
  • Evolution of the Iron Arch, 597
  • Ewing, Professor, Magnetic Tester for Measuring Hysteresis in Iron, 561
  • Excavating Machinery ? 507
  • Excavators, Dredgers and Spoil Transporters, Baltic and North Sea Canal, 310, 316
  • Excavator, Steam Crane, Messrs. Simpson and Porter, 180
  • Excelsior Hoator and Filter, The, 487
  • Exhibition of Aeronautical Apparatus at the Paris Exhibition, 59
  • Exhibition, Berlin Industrial, 217
  • Exhibition, Brewers’, Seventaenth Annual, 382
  • Exhibition, Brussols, 405
  • Exhibition, Cardiff Industrial, 105, 260
  • Exhibition, Columbian, Exhibits Receiving Awards at, 382
  • Exhibition, East London Trades, Industries, ani Arts, 617
  • Exhibition, Glasgow, Industrial, at, 461
  • Exhibition. Manchester, British and Colonial, 266
  • Exhibition, Montreal. International, at, 280
  • Exhibition in Paris, Sanitary, 71
  • Exhibitions, Past and Present, Mr. H. Stopes on, 362
  • Exhibition, Tobacco Trades, 13
  • Explosion on Board the “ Barbadicn,” 105
  • Explosion on Board The “Lynx,” Inquiry into the, 59
  • Explosion on Baard The s.s. “ Sabrina,” duo to Grease on Furnace Crowns, 192
  • Explosion on Board The United States Torpedo Boat “ Ericsson,” 59
  • Eip’.csion, Boiler, 262
  • Explosion of Boilers in The Detroit Journal Building, 457, 525
  • Explosion of a Carbonic Acid Gas Cylinder, 107
  • Explosion, A Curious Boiler, 262, 333
  • Explosion in The Derbyshire Coalfield, 477
  • Explosions, Domestic Boiler, 650
  • Explosions of Gas Cylinders, 112
  • Explosion, Bailer, Ridcar Ironworks, 72, 81, 108, 166, 189, 216
  • Explosions, Boiler—see also Boiler Explosions Explosion of Main Steam Pipe on an American Liner, 613
  • Explosive “ Emmensite,” Tost of The New, 13
  • Explosive, Professor Victor Meyer’s New, 286
  • Explosive “ Westphalite,” Experiments with the, 266
  • Express Locomotive, North - Eastern Railway (Supplement, September 26th, 1895), 291, 292
  • Eyre Estate, St. John’s Wood, Claim, The Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway and the, 382
  • FACSIMILE of ono of Mr. Harrison’s Original Sketches for an Engine, 249
  • Factories for Sugar, Central, 86
  • Failures of Tires, Axles, &c., on British Railways, 613
  • Fair Trade and No Trade, 63, 86, 109
  • Faith in Science, 216
  • Falconier System, Glass Bricks of the, 431
  • Fane, Rear-Admiral, Masthead Signalling, 183
  • Fane, Admiral, Trial of his Signalling Apparatus, 87
  • Fans and Air Propellers, 435
  • Fans, On Centrifugal, 625
  • Farina Machinery ? 261
  • Fast Run from Buffalo to New York, 431
  • Fast Run on the New York Central Railway, 369
  • Fast Train on the Lake Shore and Michigan State Railway, 486
  • Fast Train on the New York Central Railroad, 328
  • Fauron, M., On Aluminium, 270
  • Feed Pumps or Heaters? “Challenge,” 65
  • Feed-water, Bailers and, 338
  • Feed-water Delivered into a Boiler by an Injector, Inquiry as to the Temperature of, 336
  • Feed-water Heater aud Filter, Messrs. J. Wright and Co., 487
  • Feed-water Heater, Steam, 122
  • Feeding Apparatus, Furnace, 554
  • Feeder, Horse and Cattle Automatic, Mr. II. Denton’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show 45
  • Fenders iu Electric Cars Necessary, 192
  • Fenders on Street Cars, Philadelphia City Government Concerning, 132
  • Fenders and Wheel Guards for Eloctric Cars in Massachusetts, 266
  • Ferranti and Co., Messrs., Dynamo and Engines, 502, 503
  • Ferry Steamer for the Volga, Railway, 2S4, 317
  • Fiebiger, Captain D. F., on Wheel Guard Fenders in Columbia, 554
  • Fielding and Platt’s Oil Engine, 7
  • Filters, Mechanical Water, for Minneapolis, 405
  • Filtration, Scientific, 41
  • Fire at the Arc Works, Chelmsford, 562
  • Fire on Board The “ Iona,” Tho, 312, 317
  • Fire-box Plate, A. S. and M. Railway, 240
  • Fire-box Plato Trimming Machine, Messrs. Isaac Hill and Sons, 214
  • Fire-boxes, On, 1
  • Fire Catastrophes on Board Ship, 280
  • Firo Congress, International, 259
  • Fire Guard on the Cauadiau Pacific Railroad Track, 160
  • Firo Losses in the United Statos andC’anada, The March, 87
  • Fireless Locomotives in Marseilles, 293
  • Fires at Sea, 312, 317 Fires in Vienna, 286
  • Fireworks, Engineering, 22
  • Firing Trial of Elswick Cruiser “ Buenos Aires,” 593
  • Fiske’s Range Indicators on the United States Battleship “ Indiana,” 521
  • Fitting Machinery in Screw Steamers, 228, 229, 230, 231, 299, 379, 448, 522, 524, 543
  • Fitzgerald, Mr. D. G., On Electrically Propelled Carriages Using Accumulators, 613
  • Five-Masters, 501
  • Fletcher Bros, and Co., Sheep-dipping Apparatus Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Fletcher, Professor B. and Mr. B. F., Architectural Curriculum at King’s College, 309
  • Fletcher, Mr. William, Stoam Locomotion for Passenger Traffic on Common Reads, 2S1, 283, 314, 315
  • Flange Joints on Coppor Pipes, 617
  • Flange Rails and Metal Sleepers, 505, 529
  • Floating Central Electric Light Station on the Seine, Project for a, 59
  • Floating Pock for the Philippines, Tenders for, 626 * ’
  • Floods in the Rhone Valley, Damage Caused by the, 525
  • Flour Trade, American Millers and Possibilities of an Oriental, 405
  • Flushes, Three-Gallon, v. Two, 613
  • Fly wheel at Pittsburg, Bursting of a, 309
  • “ Flying Scotsman ” at Northallerton, The, 166
  • Foerster’s Experiments on the Decomposition of Glass, 336
  • Fogs, Mr. R. H. Scott on, 625
  • Folsom-Sacramento (California) Eleotrical Power Transmission Plant, 133
  • Fontesvilla to Beira, Railway from, 35
  • “ Forban,” High-speed Trial of the Normand Torpedo Boat, 160, 554
  • Foreign Cattle Trade, The, 328
  • Forge, Self-operating, Messrs. Rico and Rich, 105
  • Forgings, Bids for Rapid-fire Gun, Navy Department, 405
  • Fouling of Ships’ Bottoms, Effect on their Speed, 217
  • Found, 256
  • Fowler and Co. and the Brush Co., Holloway Electric Light Station, 383—386, 388
  • Fowler and Co., Messrs. John, 8-Horso Power Compound Road Locomotive, 8, 18
  • Fowler and Go., Messrs. J., Marshall’s Valve Gear, Holloway Electric Light Station, 639
  • Franco, Electric Power Stations in, 192
  • France, Mileage of Submarine Cables, 55
  • France, Sewage Disposal in, 251
  • France, Shipbuilding Projects in, 357
  • France, Strikes in, 217, 533
  • Francois, M. M., On the Action of Alcohol on Mercurous Iodide, 647
  • Francou Coal Washer, The, 626, 627 Fraser, Alexander, 414
  • Fraser and Co.’s Compound Tube Water-tube Boiler, 367
  • Free Trade and No Trade, 63, 86, 109, 601
  • Freezing Points of Silver and Gold, On the, 613
  • Freezing Point of Water Lowered by the Admixture of Milk or Lymph, 525
  • Freight Charges on The North Staffordshire Railway, Appeal for Reduction of, 525
  • Freight Hauling Test by Electric Motors, 35
  • Fremont, M. Ch., Method of Illuminating Opaque Objects for the Microscope, 405
  • Freight Rates on United States Railways, 477
  • French Admiralty’s Bill to Pat an End to Racing at Sea, 87
  • French Armoured Cruiser “ Pothuan,” 222
  • French Association for the Advancement of Science, M. Trélat on “La Salubrité,” 192
  • French Battleships, Alterations in Progress in, 87
  • French Battleship “Bouvines,” The Coast Defence, 210, 214
  • French Cruisers, Accidents to, 87
  • French Imports of Coal, 315
  • French Inland Waterways—Traffic Diagram, 342
  • Friction Brakes, New Forms of, 250
  • Frodsham Station, Moving, 507, 537
  • French Naval Authorities, Proposed Improvement of their Channel Ports, 613
  • French Navy, Gun No. 305 Adopted for the Artillery of the, 160
  • French Navy, Pirate Cruisers for the, 266
  • French Railway from Loango to Brazzaville, 105
  • French Railway in Tongking, 234
  • French Torpedo Boat, Trial Trip of a, 345
  • French War Vessels, 88, 92
  • Fuel, Liquid, Experiments with, at Brooklyn Navy Yard, 501
  • Fuller, Mr. H. J., His Appointment, 192
  • Fulton, Mr. T. C., His Lectures in Glasgow, 521
  • Fulton Engineering Works, “Sure Grip” Railway Block, 11
  • Furnace, Basic, 94
  • Furnace Crowns, Danger of Grease on, 192
  • Furnace Grate, Wagner’s, 116
  • Furnace Grate, A Water Box, 553, 617
  • Furnaces in Blast in Belgium, Number of, 105
  • Furnaces, Glass Tank, 431
  • Furnaces Making Pig Iron, Weekly Capacity of all the, 382
  • Furnaces, Hawley Down-draught, Forthcoming Trial of, 431
  • Furnaces Struck by Lightning, 641
  • Furnaces, Workshop Gas, 39
  • GALBRAITH and Greathcad, Messrs., Waterloo and City Electrical Underground Railway, 81, 82, 83, 84, 114, 115
  • Galton, Sir Douglas, Inaugural Address as President of the British Association, 254
  • Galvanic Cell, Thermo-chemical, 286
  • Galvanic Polarisation, Experiments in Thermodynamics of, 234
  • Galvanising, Recent Improvements in, 343, 344
  • Galvanised Corrugated Iron and Steel Articles, Messrs. Wilmot and Co.’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Galveston Jetties, 441
  • Galw’ay and Clifden Light Railway, Length of, 336
  • Ganz and Co.’s Electric Power Installation for Agricultural Purposes, 349
  • Gas, Acetylene and Carbonic Acid, 457
  • Gas Boilers, Blast Furnace, 532
  • Gas Burner, New Intensive, Covered by the Bansept Patents, 501
  • Gas Calorimeter, Junker’s, 164
  • Gas from Coal Dust, New Method to Manufacture, 501
  • Gas Cylinders, Explosions of, 112
  • Gas Engine and Centrifugal Pump, Combined, 611
  • Gas Engines, Mechanical Efficiency of, 431
  • Gas Engines at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 7,61
  • Gas Engine Pumping Machinery, Messrs. Tangyes, 264
  • Gas Engine Starter, Greon’s Automatic, 342
  • Gas Engines without Belts or Gearing, Centrifugal Pumps at Sunderland Docks Driven by, 405
  • Gas Engines—.tee also Engines, Gas
  • Gas Exhauster, Gwynne’s New Pressure Balance 179
  • Gas Field, Columbus, O., 457
  • Gas Furnaces, Workshop, 39
  • Gas, Heating Value of Berlin, 160
  • Gasholder without Columns, 547
  • Gas Increased Fifteen Times, Illuminating Power of, 266
  • Gas, Influence of the Size of Particles on the Pressure of a, 617
  • Gas Motors in Berlin, Rise io, 634
  • Gas Plant, Thwaites’ Motor, 3
  • Gas Producers at Dowlais, 505
  • Gas Stoking Plant, Mr. F. J. West on a, 612
  • Gas Testings Return, London, 160, 266, 286
  • Gas Well, Windsor, Ontario, 595
  • Gasworks, Hydraulic Stoking Machinery in, 99
  • Gauges, Battle of the, in Ceylon and Australia, 13
  • Gauge, Broad y. Narrow, 617
  • Gaylor, Mr., Report on the Defects in the Cast Iron Columns of the St. Louis City Hall, 525
  • Gazogene Meter, Tests with a Bénier, 59
  • Gear, Bulkhead Door and, Mr. Van Ollefen, 5
  • Gear, Elliptic Cycle, 5
  • Gear Engines, 12
  • Gelder, Mr. G. de, Harbour of Batavia, 204, 205, 207
  • General Electric Co. and the Three Phase Long Distance System Applied to Street Railway Work, 234
  • Geology in Relation to Engineering, 269
  • “Georgic,” Cargo Carried by the, 286
  • “Georgic,” Launch of the White Star s.s., 14, 17
  • German Blast Furnaces, Total Production of Pig Iron Turned out by, 309
  • German East African Railway Company’s Line, 160
  • Gorman Eleotric Light Stations, 30
  • German and French Mercantile Marino Compared, 234
  • Gorman Minors at Hanover, Triennial Mooting of, 313
  • German Railroad Union, Permanent Way and Rolling Stock, 13
  • German Torpedo Boat, Loss of, 234
  • “Germania ” Rowing Club Steam Launch, 553
  • Germany, Chemical Engineering in, 414
  • Germany, Compound Locomotives in, 382
  • Germany, Inland Navigation, 101
  • Gesner Method of Protecting Iron and Steel from Rust, 35
  • Geyelin, M. Emile, Turbines, 12
  • Gibbs’ Harvest Saving and Tea Drying Machines, 465
  • Gibbon’s Patent Portable Oil Engino, 319
  • Gigantic Wheel, The, 406, 407
  • Girard and Street, Messrs., Electric Furnace, 59
  • Girder Problem, A, 290, 333
  • Glasgow Central Railway, The, 403
  • Glasgow Central Railway, Opening of the, <57
  • Glasgow Corporation, Sluice and Bridge over the Clyde, 334, 335
  • Glasgow Gasworks, 129
  • Glasgow’ Harbour Tunnel, 86
  • Glasgow and Horseless Carriages, 509
  • Glasgow Hydraulic Power Supply, 67
  • Glasgow, Industrial Exhibition at, 461
  • Glasgow Institution of Mechanical Engineers (tec Institute of Mining Engineers at Glasgow), 33
  • Glasgow Iron and Steel Company’s Works, 153
  • Glasgow Pig Iron Market, The Stir in the, 641
  • Glasgow Sewage Works, 129
  • Glasgow Shipyards and Engine Works, 129
  • Glasgow Water Supply, Result of Tenders, 378
  • Glasgow Waterworks, The, 129
  • Glass, On the Adhesion of Metals to, 131
  • Glass, Aluminium and other Solder for, 595
  • Glass Articles, New Method of Damascening, 477
  • Glass Bricks of the Falconier System, 431
  • Glass, Inscriptions on, How Best Obtained, 595
  • Glass, Process of Manufacturing Spherical or Oval Hollow Bodies of, 457
  • Glass Tank Furnaces, 431
  • Glass by Water, Foerster on the Decomposition of, 336
  • Glass, Solder for, 266
  • Glossop Sewage Scheme, 205
  • Glucinium, Atomic Weight of, 266
  • Godaiming Waterworks, The, 369
  • Gold Made Brittle by Admixture of Tellurium,309
  • Gold and Silver, Estimates of the World’s Production of, 13
  • Gold and Silver in the United States for the Calendar Year, Product of, 641
  • Goldsmiths’ Engineering Society—sec Society, The Goldsmiths’ Engineering
  • “ Good Enough,” The Foe of the Inventor is the Plea, 16
  • “ Good Roads ” Parliament, Builders or Inventors of Horseless Carriages Invited to Attend the, 369
  • Goods Engines and Tenders for The Cape Government Railways, Messrs. Neilson and Co. (Supplement, Noeember 22uef, 1895), 497, 510
  • Gooiden Power Dynamos, Margaret Pit, 2, 6
  • Gorton Sewage Works, The, 488
  • Goss, W. F. M., New Forms of Friction Brakes, 250
  • Goubet Submarine Boat for Brazil, a, 217
  • Gould, Mr., On the Electric Light used by Ships in The Suez Canal, 217
  • Government Railways and Locomotive Coal, 509
  • Government Small Arms Works, Sparkbrook, Visited, Tho, 199
  • Governor, Shaft, Mann and Charlesworth’s, 9
  • Grab, Hay and Straw, Mr. J. R. Robinson, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Gradients, Theory of Compensating, 508
  • Graf, Mr. F., Water Box Furnace Grate, 553, 617
  • Grain Carrying, Rates from Chicago to New York, 595
  • Grand Trunk Railway, Serious Accident on the, 143
  • Graphic Calculation of Stresses in Large Wheels, 550
  • Graphical Calculation of Stresses in Large Tension Wheels, 527
  • Graphite, M. Moissan on Varieties of, 457
  • Graphite Washers, 554
  • Grate, Wagner’s Furnace, 116
  • Grate, A Water Box, 553, 617
  • Grate, A Water Box Furnace, 553, 617
  • Graving Dock, Southampton, Opening of, 87
  • Gray, Mr. J. W., Presentation to, 336
  • Grease on Furnace Crowns, Explosion due to, 192
  • Great Eastern Railway Company, Conveyance of Farm Produce at Reduced Rates by Paessnger Trains, 477
  • Great Eastern Railway, A Co-operative Association to Work with the, 431
  • Great Eastern Railway, Driving Tires of Bessemer Steel, 369
  • Great Eastern Railway, Rapid Bridge Building at Ely, 525
  • Groat Northern Railway, The, 557
  • Great Northern Railway, Aceidont on, 477
  • Great Northern Railway, Electricity Works of the, 383, 386, 388
  • Great Northern Stone Bridges op The Now Lino in Nottinghamshire, 309
  • Great Western Railway, Collision at Newport, 525
  • Great Western Railway Company, Doubling of Cornish Lines, 217
  • Great Western Locomotives, Early, 74, 104, 142, 191, 216, 239, 248, 258, 259, 285, 292, 317,345, 355, 360, 386, 408,435, 440, 441, 451, 454, 476, 505, 538, 550
  • Great Western Railway, Milford Haven Scheme, 477
  • Great Wostern Company, New Line Projected to South Wales, 457
  • Great Western Railway, New Rolling Stock, 457
  • Great Western Railway Company, Now Through Trains run by, 336
  • Great Western Railway Company and the Stroud and Painswick Light Railway Bill, 13
  • Great Western Railway Company’s System, Contract for Widening of Bridges, &c., on the, 217
  • Great Western Railway, Water Troughs on the, 286
  • Great Northern of Scotland Railway, New Locomotives for, 217
  • Greathead, Mr. J. EL, on the City and South London Railway, 500
  • Green’s Automatic Gas Engine Starter, 342
  • Green and Sons, Steam Road Roller, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Greenwich Observatory Photographic Registration of Magnetic Declination, Vertical and Horizontal Force and Earth Currents, 13
  • Greenwich Railway, The London and, 39
  • Greenwich and Westminster, Automatic Signals Between, 336
  • Greenwood and Batley’s Hydraulic Press, Pneumatic Power Hammer, 6-Unit Dynamo, and Electric Motors, 44
  • Grice, Grice, and Son9, Fatal Accident at their Works, 641
  • Grindstone, The “ Handy,” Messrs. Follows and Bates, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Grossmith and Otto’s Steam Pipe Safety Valve, 84
  • Grover, Mr. Fred., on the Earl’s Court and Ferris Wheels, 527
  • Guards, Rail, 634
  • Guillaume, M., On the Action of Electric Current on Aluminium Wire, 457
  • Guns, American 12in., 35
  • Gun, The Browning Automatic, Tested at Indian Head, 595
  • Gun Fire, The Effect of, 288
  • Gun, The Maxim Solid Steel, 156
  • Gun, New Quick-firing, tried in France, 309
  • Gun No. 305 Adopted for the Artillery of the French Navy, 160
  • Gun Patented in the United States for Carrying a Double Shot which Acts like a Bomb, 336
  • Gun and Projectiles tried at Chalons, The New, 105
  • Guns, Quick-fire, Influence of, on Naval Power, 519
  • Guns, Quick-fire, and Men-of-War Chimneys, 525
  • Guns, Recoil of, Recorded by Photography, 612
  • Guns, Tests of Small Rapid-firing, 623
  • Gun Trials of the Majestic, 336
  • Guns, Value of Quick-fire, 620
  • Gunboats, Bids for Composite, 420
  • Gurney, Mr., New Steam Carriage (1827), 215
  • Gutta-percha, Substitute for, 266
  • Gwynne’s Now Pressure Balance Gas Exhauster, 179
  • Gya and Shaikpura, Railway Line from, 595
  • HACKNEY, Dust Dsstructor and Electric Light for, 105
  • Haden Hill Collieries, Electrical Haulage and Electric Light at, 525
  • Hadfield, Mr. R. A., Production of Iron by a New Process, 177, 183
  • Haggie, Mr. David, 457
  • Haldane, Dr., Experiments Connected with Bad Air in Mines, 286
  • Hall and Co., Messrs. J. P., Largo Dynamo for Colliery Working, 181
  • Hall and Treat, Messrs., Quadruple-expansion Engine, 35
  • Halladay Windmill, Messrs. A. Williams and Co., 11
  • Haller, Mr., On The Use of Liquid Carbon Dioxide for Chilling Test Pioces, 105
  • liaise, Mr. E., Mining in Mexico, 4
  • Hamburg-American Co.’s Steamer, Accident to, 13
  • Hamburg Electric Tramway System, 537
  • Hammer, “Toe Excel” Pneumatic Power, Messrs. Greenwood and Batley, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Hammond, Mr. Robert, and Electric Lighting of Middlesbrough, 234
  • Hampton, Mr. T., Method of Casting Compound Ingots for Armour and other Plates, 234
  • Hamstead Colliery, The, 202
  • Hancock’s Steam Coaches, 290
  • Handy Grindstone, Messrs. Follows and Bates’, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Handyside and Co., Messrs. A., The Empress Theatre, 264, 268
  • Hanging of Harveved Armour Plates, 464, 529
  • Hanover, Triennial Meeting of German Miners at, 313
  • Harbour, Repair of Ancona, 35
  • Harbour of Batavia, The, 204, 205, 207
  • Harbours, Peterhead, 546, 616

Harbours and Waterways :

  • Belfast, 547
  • Brussels, 547
  • Burntisland, 547
  • Cardiff, 547
  • Charleston, 441
  • Galveston, 441
  • Leeds and Liverpool Canal, 441
  • Liverpool, 547 Llanelly, 441
  • Mersey, The, 441
  • Morecambe, 547
  • Peterhead, 547
  • Sutton Bridge, 547
  • Swansea, 547
  • Vora Cruz, 441
  • Hardware and Cutlery Business done with Foreign Markots for The Month, 477
  • Hargreaves and Co., Messrs. J., Compound Horizontal Tandem Engino, 189
  • Harland, Sir Edward James, 645
  • Harland and Wolff, The Now White Star Cargo Steamer, 286
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., Six Steamers Launched within Three Months, 336
  • Ilarland and Wolff, Messrs, Twin-screw Steamer for the Hamburg-American Line, 234
  • Harling, Mr. W. H., Sargent’s Patent Combined Compass Trammel, 59
  • Harnessing Niagara, 236
  • Harrison’s Elliptic Cycle Gear, 5
  • Harrison’s Locomotive, 355
  • Harrow, Mr. T. A. Wynne Edwards, 11
  • Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., Messrs., Air and Circulating Pumps, 140, 164
  • Hick. Hargreaves, and Co., Leicester Electricity Works, Corliss Compound Engines, 57, 68,142
  • Hide Pinions? Compressed, 363
  • High Lift Pump, A New, 646
  • High Speed Eogines—see Engines, High Speed High Railway Speeds and Permanent Way, 532 High Speeds in the United States, 484
  • Highland Railway Company’s Lino, Doubling of Section of, 192
  • Hill, Mr. A. E. B., On the Now Westminster Waterworks, 283
  • Hill and Sons, Messrs. Isaac, Fire-box Plate Trimming Machine, 214
  • History of the Metropolitan Railway—tee also Metropolitan Railway
  • History of the Metropolitan Railway, 151, 239, 408
  • Hodgkin’s Prize Voted to Lord Rayleigh and Professor Ramsay, 160
  • Holden, Drake, and Gorham’s Magnetic Clutch, 118
  • Holland, Steam Lifoboat for, 325
  • Holman, Mr. W. J., Queer Now Typo of Locomotive, 286
  • Holloway Electric Light Station, 383, 386, 388
  • Holloway Electric Light Station, Marshall’s Valve Gear, 639
  • Hook of Holland, Accelerated Train Service r/4, 266, 336
  • Hoosac Tunnel, No Telegraphic Messages can be sent through, 382
  • Hope-Jones Electric Organ. The, 502
  • Hopp9r Barges on the Baltic Canal, 415
  • Hopper Coal Wagons, Messrs. Brown, Marshalls, and Co., 32
  • Horizontal Band Saw Machine for Logs, 63
  • Horizontal Band Saw, Messrs. A. Ransome and Co., 23, 32
  • Horizontal Engines— see Engines, Horizontal Hornsby-Akroyd Oil Engine, The De La Vergne
  • Refrigerating Company Select the, 105
  • Horse Power Pumping Machinery, Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co., 250
  • Horseless Carriages, 418
  • Hartford Dredging Company, Canal Connecting Great Salt Pond with the Ocean, 59
  • Hartman’s Paint, Electric Light Posts in London Re-coated with, 266
  • Harvest Saving and Tea Drying Machines, Gibbs’, 465
  • Harvesting Machines at the Royal Agricultural Society* 8 Show, 11, 44
  • Harvesting of Refuse and the Generation of Steam, Mr. Ernest Sykes on tho, 651
  • Harveyed Armour Plates, Hanging of, 464, 529
  • Harwich Harbour Conservancy, Mr. Bluff’s Retirement, 35
  • Haslam and Maudslay’s Potato Digger, 10
  • “ Haughty,” Launch of the New Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 286
  • Haulage, Canal, 191
  • Hauling Capacity of Electric Cars in The United States, 457
  • Havre, and of the Navigation of the Estuary of the Seine, Improvement of The Port of, 79
  • Hawley Down Draught Furnaces, Trial of tho, 431
  • Hay and Clover Making Machines, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Hay Makers at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11, 44
  • Hay Waterworks Company’s Undertaking, Purchase of the, 501
  • Haythorn Tubulous Boilor, The, 152
  • Hayward-Tylor and Co., Messrs., Horse Power Pumping Machinery, 250
  • Heat at Boiling Point of Carbon, Specific, 35
  • Heat created by the “Amphitrite’s” Funnel, 76
  • Heater and Filter, The Excelsior, 487
  • Heaters, Steam Feed-water, 122
  • Heath, Mr. W. P., Safety App’iances for Lifts, 381
  • Heating Buildings by Exhaust Steam, 104
  • Heating Buildings by Steam, On, 59
  • Heating Value of Berlin Gas, 160
  • Heating Street Railway Cars by Electricity, Mr. J. F. McElroy on, 450
  • Heenan and Gilbert, Messrs., On the Design and Testing of Centrifugal Fans, 625
  • Heilmann Locomotive, Trial3 with tho, 52
  • Hexagonal Rods ? 459
  • Heycock and Neville, Messrs., On the Freezing Points of Silver and Gold, 613
  • Hey wood, Mr. Percival, Miniature Railway at Duffield, 554
  • Hexane, On Normal, 595
  • Heilmann Locomotive, Trials with, 59
  • Heintz Trap, The, 45
  • Helium in Water, Solubility of, 217
  • Henry, M., Experiments on Locomotive Boilers at the Works of the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 179, 227
  • Henry, M., On Locomotive Boilers at The Works of the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 43, 91
  • Herbert, Mr. Alf., Multiple Drilling Machine, 527
  • Hering, the American Electrician, On the Volts Generated by every Foot of Active Wire, 234
  • H. M. Navy, Three New Torpedo Destroyers for, 160
  • H.M.S. “Blake,” 490
  • H.M.S. “Charger,” Concerning the Boilers of, 192
  • H.M.S. “Comus,” 286, 500
  • H.M.S. “ Hecla” to be Fitted up as a Torpedo Workshop, 217
  • H.M.S. “Jupiter,” Launch of, 512
  • H.M S. “ Majestic,” 415
  • H.M.S. “Minerva,” 316
  • H.M.S. “ Minerva,” Floating Out of, 309, 316
  • H.M.S. “ Monarch,” The Relit of, 554
  • H.M.S. “ Powerful,” Launch of, 87, 160
  • H.M.S “ Prince George,” Coating of hor Bottom with Anti-fouling Composition, 217 .
  • H.M.S. “ Renown,” 485
  • H.M S. “Starfish,” Speed Trials of. 365
  • H.M.S. “Torch” and “Alert,” Trials of, Ordered, 613
  • H.M. Torpedo-boat Destroyer “Sunfish,” Mean Speed Attained by, 135
  • H.M. Torpedo Gunboat “ Sharpshooter, 87
  • H.M.S. “ Victorious,” Launch of tho, 414
  • H.M.S. “Zebra,” Launch of, 549
  • H.M. Cruiser “Hermione” Passed into the Devonport Fleet Reserve, 234
  • H.M. Cruisers to be Converted into Training Ships, 309
  • Uermito Process of Deodorising Sewage at Ipswich, 345
  • Herroun, Mr., On The Theory of Magnetism, 481
  • Horseless Cirriages, The Memorial, 597
  • Horseless Vehicles, Mr. G. C. Marks on, 514
  • Horseless Vehicles—.also Road Carriages Horse-propelled Paddle Boats, 505
  • Uoufe, Mr. W. W., On Internal Engine Friction, 507
  • Hours of Work on Railways, 509
  • Howard, Mr. Charles, 382
  • Howe, Mr. H. Marion, On the Hardening of Steel, 176
  • Howe’s Sack Turnor, 44
  • Howl, Mr. E., Improved Kilns. 35
  • llufty and Caldwell, Messrs., Processes for Converting Cast Iron into Malleable Iron or Steel, 217
  • Hughes, Mr. U. W., Mineral Resources of the South Staffordshire Coalfields, 174
  • Humphreys - Owen and Meik, Messrs., On the Relaxation of Normal Requirements for Light Railways, 55
  • Hunt, Mr. R. W., On Steel Rails, 478
  • Hydraulic Copying Press, The, 23, 39
  • Hydraulic Power Supply in Towns, Mr. E. B. Ellington, 99, 126
  • Hydraulic Presses (xre also Press, Hydraulic) Hydraulic Propulsion, 396
  • Hydraulic Riveting Machine for Locomotive Boilers, 193
  • Hydraulic Stoking Machinery in Gasworks, 99
  • Hydrochloric Acid on Copper, Action of. 431
  • Hydrogen, Boiling Point and Critical Temperature of, 382
  • ICE-CRUSHING Transport Ferries for Lake Baikal, 217
  • I.E.S. Storage Battery for Lighting and Traction, Mr. A. G. New on the, 22
  • Illinois, Machine Mining in, 264
  • Illuminating Opaque Objects for the Microscope, M. Ch. Frémont’s Method of, 405
  • Imperial Defence and War Material, 89
  • Imperial Institute, 619 Improvement in Trade, The, 113, 263
  • Iccandescent Lamps and their Manufacture, Mr. Bailey on, 500
  • India, Canal Profits in, 647
  • India with Ceylon, Projected Railway Bridge to Connect, 192
  • India, On The Cold Weather Storms of 1893 in, 501
  • India, Development of The Iron Resources, 457
  • India, Irrigated Area, 234 India, Light Railway for, 234
  • India-office, Papers on the Iron Resources in the Madras Presidency, 503
  • India, Periyar Irrigation Works Oponod, 382
  • India, Railway Enterprise in, 595
  • India, Stoel Making Prospects in, 427
  • Indian Coal Production, 143
  • Indian Collieries, Report on The Working of, 160
  • Indian Collieries, Total Cipital Outlay on. 143
  • Indian Government, The Umaria Colliery Output, 160
  • Indian Head, United States Naval Proving Ground at, 225, 232, 233
  • Indian Railways, 13, 59. 66. 87,105, 143,160,192, 217, 234, 286, 431, 457, 525, 556, 595, 613
  • Indian Railways, Accidents on, 87
  • Indian Railways, Broad Gauge, 160
  • Indian Railways, Mr. R. Cohey’s Appointment, 613
  • India, Railway Extension in, 59, 87, 105
  • Indian Railways, 2ft. 6in. Gauge Light Railway in Progress, 217
  • Indian Railway Girder Bridges, Strengthening of, 13
  • Indian Railways, Length of Timber Sloopcrs Reduced, 234
  • Indian Railways, Mileage of, 143
  • Indian Railways, North-West, 286
  • Indian Railways Owned by Native Rulers, Mileage of, 192
  • Indian Railways, Passenger Traffic cn South, 66
  • Indian Railways, Proposed Partition of the North-Western Railway, 613
  • Indian Railways, Standard Gaugo Line, 217
  • Indian Railways, Strengthening of the Girders of Cheyaur Bridge, 217
  • Indian Railway, Rolling Stock for the South, 217
  • Indian Railways, Total Length in Operation, 431
  • Indian Railways, Mr. Warirg’s Report on, 556
  • Indicating Names of Stations on the District Railway, Mechanism for, 525
  • Indicator and Detector, Water Level, 647
  • Ingots, Small Cast Steel, 206
  • Iügot Iron, Alleged Treacberousress of, 330
  • Inscriptions on Glass, How Best Obtained, 595
  • Inspectors, Boiler, 258, 291, 359
  • Inspirator to Feed a Boiler, Cost of Running an, 457
  • Institute of British Carnage Manufacturers, 192
  • Institute, City and Guilds ok London:—Diplomas Conferred by, 115
  • Institute of Clayworkers on Light Railways, 613
  • Institute, Coventry Technical, Viscount Peel on Technical Educarim, 613
  • Institute Engineering Society Goldsmiths’, 414
  • Institute, The Franklin:—
  • Resistance Io Corrosion of Sen 3 Light Aluminium Alloys, Mr. J. W. Richards, 87
  • Institute, The Imperial, 619
  • Institute, The Iron and Steel, 174
  • Cornwall Works, Soho, Messrs. Tangye, Visit to, 177, 184
  • Direct Puddling of Iron, M. Emile Bonehil), 176
  • Government Small Arms Works, Sparkbrook, Visit to, 199, 201
  • Hamstcad Colliery, The, Visit to, 202
  • Hardening of Steel, Mr. 11. Marion Howe, 176
  • Iron Industry of South Staffordshire, Mr. Dan.dopes, 174
  • Ironworks of the South of Russia, Geo. Kamen sky, 241, 293
  • Loan Collection at Mason's College Visit to, 202
  • Mineral Resources of the South Staffordshire Coalfields, Mr. H. W. Hughes, 174
  • New Method for the Analysis of Chrome Ore and Ferro-Chrominm, Mr. E. H. Saniter, 177
  • Nickel Steel, Mr. Wiggin, 199, 219
  • Parker and Co.’s Electric Light Works, Wolverhampton, Visit to, 178
  • Preliminary List of Papers to be Read, 17
  • Production of Iron by a New Process, Mr. R. A. Hadfield, 177, 183
  • Programme of The Autumn Mooting at Birmingham, 17, 165
  • Small Cast Steel Ingots, Mr. R. Smith-Casson, 206
  • Staffordshire Steel and Ingot Company’s Work?, Visit to, 178
  • Tests of the Physical Properties of Cast Iron, Thos. I). West, 219
  • Thermo - Chemistry of The Bessemer Process, Professor Hartley, 176
  • Windsor-streot Works of the City of Birmingham Gas Department, Visit to, 200
  • Institute of Marine Engineers:—
  • Fifth Annual Dinner, 285
  • Presidential Address of Mr. Durston, 318
  • Institute, The Tramways:—
  • Address of the President, Mr. Carruthers Wain, 22
  • Annual Report, 22
  • I. E. S. Storago Battery for Lighting and Traction, Mr. A. G. New, 22
  • Thwaite-Cawley System of Electric Haulage, Mr. G. Cawley, 22
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, 431
  • Appointment of Sir Benjamin Baker as Trustee of the Benevolent Fund, 369
  • Appointment of Treasurer, Honorary Secretary, and Secretary, 13
  • City and South London Railway, with some Remarks on Subaqueous Tunnelling by Shield and Compressed Air, Mr. J. H. Greathead, 500
  • Design and Testing of Centrifugal Fans, Messrs. Heenan and Gilbert, 625
  • Dilation, Annealing, and Welding of Iron and Steel, Mr. Thomas Wrightson, 559
  • Election of H.I.M. The German Emperor as Hon. Member, 477
  • Influence of Carbon on Iron, Mr. J. 0. Arnold, 559
  • James Forrest Lecture, Dr. A. B. W. Kennedy, May 7th, 369
  • Members and Associates who have been on the Books for upwards of Fifty Years, 602
  • Physical Properties of Iron and Steel, Two Papers on, 559
  • Presidential Address of Sir Benjamin Baker, 480, 483, 512
  • Subjects for Papers, Session 1895-6, 259
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Association of Yorkshire Students, 113, 414
  • Second Annual Dinner, 490
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, The Manchester Branch of Students:—
  • Description of Gas Stoking Plant, Mr. F. J. West, 612
  • Iron and Steel, On the Microscopic Study of, 624
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Newcastle- upon-Tyne Association of Students, 348 Some Details of Iron Foundry Work, Mr. G. H. Sheffield, 625
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, 550
  • Annual Dinner, 627
  • Annual Dinner Postponed, 488
  • Annual Soiree of, 13
  • Conversazione of, 35 Leader Relating to, 509
  • Opening of Session Postponed, 454
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, The American :—
  • Substitution of Electricity for Steam in Railroad Practice, Dr. Louis Duncan, 187
  • Institution of Engineers, The Cleveland : Metallography, or The Microscopic Study of
  • Iron and Steel, Mr. J. E. Stead, 624
  • Institute of Engineers and Naval Architects, The Hull and District: —
  • Inquiries, Tenders, Specifications, Contracts for Steannhif s and their Machinery, Mr. F. H. Pearson, 430
  • Visit to the National Telephone Company’s Exchange, 501
  • Institution of Engineers, The North-East Coast:—
  • Application of The Law of Similarity of Marino Propellers, Mr. J. Denholm Young, 501
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland:—
  • Inaugural Address of Sir William Arrol, he Pooh-poohs all Notion of a Channel Bridge. 405 K ’
  • Institution of Junior Engineers, The:—
  • Belgian Summer Meeting, 223
  • Presidential Address, Mr. Archibald Denny, 487
  • Urban Roads and Footways, with Notes on
  • Gas, Water, and Electric Mains, Mr. J. Julian, 625
  • Visit to Messrs. Bell's Asbestos Works, 514
  • Institution of Marine Engineers:—
  • Bristol Channel Centre, 415
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers at Glasgow :—
  • Clydebank Engineering Works, 153
  • Clydebank Shipyard Works, 153
  • Engineering Works. Visits to, 153
  • Glasgow Gasworks Visited, 129
  • Glasgow Iron and Steel Company’s Works, 153
  • Glasgow Sewage Works Visited. P29
  • Glasgow Waterworks Visited, 129
  • Hydraulic Power Supply in Towns, Glasgow,
  • Manchester, Buenos Ayres, Ac., Mr. E. B. Ellington, 99
  • Hydraulic Stoking Machinery in Gasworks, Mr. Andrew S. Biggart, 99
  • Leven Shipyard and Engino Works, 187
  • Lille Experiments on The Comparative Efficiency of Hows and Belts for The Transmission of Power, by M. V. Dubreuil, Translated by Professor I). S. Capper, 580, 639
  • Modern Steel Works Machinery, Mr. Riley, 100, 126
  • Opening of th'o Proceedings, 99
  • Papers to bo Read and Discussed, 33
  • Recent Engineering Improvements of the Clyde
  • Navigation, Mr. Jas. Doas, 100, 126, 131, 167, 193
  • Shipyards and Engine Works Visited, 129
  • Visits and Excursions, 33, 128 129
  • Institution of Mining Engineers, The Federated :—
  • Birmingham with its Canal Connections with the Seaports, Mr. W. H. Wheeler, 23
  • Blasting Efficiency of Explosives, Bergassessor Winkhaus, 367
  • Change of Composition Produced in Air by Flames and by Respiration, Professor Clowes, 368
  • Depth to Productive Coal Measures between the Warwickshire and Lancashire Coalfields, Mr. Chas. E. do Rance, 367
  • Economic Minerals of the Province of Ontario, Canada, Mr. W. H. Merritt, 368
  • Gold Mining in Nova Scotia, Mr. F. II. Mason, 368
  • Programme of Annual General Mooting to be Held in North Staffordshire. ‘231
  • Institution of Mining and Metallurgy:—
  • Chrome Iron Oro Mining in Asia Minor, Mr. W. F. Wilkinson, 4
  • Deep Mining in Mexico, and The Changes that Occur in the Country Rock and Vein-Filling in Depth, Mr. E. liaise. 4
  • Institution, The Royal United Service —see Royal United Service Institution :—
  • Institution, Royal—sec Royal Institution:— Instruments, Suspensions for Physical, 431
  • Insurance and Actuarial Society of Glasgow, 521
  • Internal Engine Friction, 507
  • International Sleeping Car and European Express Trains Company’s New Service to Trieste, 525
  • Invention ? What is, 162
  • Inventor, “Good Enough” is The Foe of tho, 16
  • Inventor? Who is Entitled to the Name of, 545
  • Invicta Reducing Valve? 619
  • Iodide, Action of Alcohol on Mercurous, 647
  • “Iowa,” The Battleship, Test of a Section of her Side Armour, 160
  • Ipswich and Harwich, Improvements in the Ports of, 401
  • Ireland, Engineering and Shipbuilding in, 599
  • Irish Railway Working, 139
  • Irish Steamer “ Lestris,” Launch of the, 43
  • Iron Arch, Evolution of the, 597
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 25, 48, 75, 94, 120, 146, 168, 195, 220, 242, 271, 294, 320, 340, 372, 396, 418, 442, 466,490, 514, 538, 562, 602, 628, 648
  • Iron in the Congo Country, Production of, 501
  • Iron, On the Direct Puddling of, Mr. E. Bonebill on, 176
  • Iron Disposed of io Seven Months by the Syndicate of Austrian Ironfounders, 192
  • Iron Foundry Work, Mr. G. H. Sheffield on some Details of, 625
  • Iren Industry of South Staffordshire, Mr. Dan
  • Jones on the, 174 Iron, Influence of Carbon on, 559 Iron, Ingot, 330
  • Iron from Iron Sand in New Zealand, Process for Producing. 369
  • Iron Oro in Ontario, Deviation of the Compass and,405
  • Iron Ore Shipments from New York to Rotterdam, 13
  • Iron, A Paint for, 286
  • Iron, Paints m~do from Tar for Coating, 431
  • Iron Pig Production, 554
  • Iron, Pig, The World’s Production of, 160
  • Iron Pijics, Leaks in, Stopped by Paper Pulp, 336
  • Iron. On The Production of, by a New Process, 177, 183
  • Iron Production in the North of England, 255
  • Iron, Removing Sulphur from, by Barium Ferro cyanide, 35
  • Iron Resources in the Madras Presidency, Development of tho, 457
  • Iron Resources in the Madras Presidency, Papers on the, 503
  • Iron Sand, Now Zealand, 396
  • Iron, Sheet, Magnetic Testor for, 561
  • Iron Statistics, The Scotch Annual, 641
  • Iron and Steel, On the Dilatation, Annealing, and Welding of, 559
  • Iron and Stoel Industries in 1894, Swedish, 496
  • Iron and Steel Industry in Belgium, The 255
  • Iron and Steel, Influence of Pickling on, 261
  • Iron, Steel, or other Metal from Oxidation, F. Siemens’ Method of Protecting, 217 Iron and Steel, Physical Properties of, 559
  • Iron and Steel, Processes for Converting Cast Iren into Malleable, 217
  • Iron and Steel from Rust, Gesner Method of Protecting, 35
  • Iron and Steel from the United States, Exports of, 160
  • Iron, Tests of The Physical Properties of Cast, 219
  • Iron Trade, The American, 286
  • Iron Trades Employers’ Association, The. 90
  • Ironbark Sleepers in New South Wales, 13
  • Ironclads, Ac., for Japan, 309
  • Ironworks of the South of Russia, by Geo. Kamersky, 241,293
  • Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, The Thames, 567—578
  • Irregularity and Delay in the Arrival of Trains
  • Running into London, Mr. Ritchie on the, 217
  • Irrigated Area of India, 234
  • Irrigation Works in Egypt, 275—278, 301—303, 427.432
  • Irrigation Works in India, Opening of, 382
  • Italian Fleet at Portsmouth, The, 31, 37, 40
  • Italian Government and Light Railways, 286
  • Italian Navy, Launch of the “ Vittor Pisani,”234
  • Italian Submarine Boat, Trial of a New, 192
  • Ivory, 484
  • JAIIN and Schdnrock's Experiments in Thermodynamics of Galvanic Polarisation, 231
  • “ James Forrest ” Lecture, The, 369
  • Jamieson, Mr. M. B., 206
  • Jamieson, Professor, “ A New Departure in Stoam
  • Engine Economy,” 15
  • Japan and British Railway Materia1, 163
  • Japan, Ironclads, Ac., for, 309
  • Japan, Matches Exported from, 405
  • Japan, Now Docks, 431
  • Japan, New Rille, 309
  • Jap id and Russia as Machinery Markets, 365
  • Japanese Coal Delivered in Bombay, 160
  • Japanese Mills, Working Hours in, 286
  • Japanese Port, Construction of a Dry Dock in a 613
  • Jacques, Captain, on War Material in the United Spates, 502
  • Java, Petroleum Boring in, 405
  • Jot Condenser, Drum Air Pump and, 189
  • Johnson’s Drum Air Pump and Jet Condenser, 189
  • Johnson, Mr. S. W., Express Passenger Locomotive, Midland Railway (Supplement, December ï&tk, 1895)
  • Johnson, Mr. Sara. W., Portrait, 5S1
  • Johnsen, Mr. W., Dry Press Brick Machine, 71, 94
  • Johnston, Messrs. W. and A. K-, Map of Ashanti and Gold Coast, 554
  • Johnston, Messrs. W. and A. K., Map of Railways and Canals of England and Wales, 234
  • Jones, Mr. Dan, On the Iron Industry of South Staffordshire, 174
  • Julian, Mr. J., On Urban Roads and Footways ; with Notes on Gas, Water, and Electric Mains, Ac., 625
  • July the Wettest Month since November latt, 192
  • Junctions, Railway, M. Zanotta on, 29
  • Jungfrau Railway, Preliminary Work, 309
  • Junior Photographer Magazine, 183
  • Junker’s Gas Calorimeter, 161 “Jupiter,” ll.M.S, 512
  • KAMENSKY, GEO., Ironworks of South Russ a 241 293
  • Karri Wood Paving Blocks, 541
  • “ Katahdin,” The Ram, 286, 595, 613
  • “ Katahdin ” Ram, Report dealing with the Contractor’s Trials, 286
  • Kclvio, Lord, His Belief in Continuous Current Systems in Power Supply Stations, 105
  • Kennedy, Dr. A. B. W., The “ James Forrest” Lecture, 369
  • Kennedy, Professor, Result of his Tests of the Alloy used by the Manganese Bronze and Brass Company, 545
  • Keyham Torpedo Shop, Overtime in the, 192
  • Kiel, International Naval Exhibition at, 143
  • Kilns, Improved. 35
  • Kimberly, The Earl of, On Technical Education, 369
  • King’s College, Architectural Curriculum at, 303
  • King’s Norton Metal Company, The, 300
  • King8burgh, Lord, On Electricity in the Dwelling, 623
  • Kirtley, Mr. W., Presentation to, 13
  • Kites for Meteorological Observations, Professor McAdie’8, 382
  • Knapp and Co.’s Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 10
  • Knapp, Mr. E. C., Proportioning Cylinders for Compound Engines, 315
  • Kneem, Mr. W., Slethod of Burning Creosote 09, 192
  • Knight’s Motor Cycle, 252
  • Knitter, Automatic S;ockiDg, 116
  • Kolben, Mr. E., Oq the Use of Worm Gearing in Electrical Works, 501
  • Kolkcr and Naphtali, MM., Paints for Coating Iron, 286, 431
  • Kcosen, Mr. J. A., His MotorCar Claims not to bo a Locomotive, 613
  • Korda’s Thermo-chemical Galvanic Cell, 286
  • Kotri Bridge, Indian Railways, 535
  • Kiiiger, I)r., On Acetylene and Carbonic Acid Gas, 457
  • Kruger, M. F., On the Resistance of Porous Diaphragms in Various Electrolytes, 525
  • Krupp Works, The Sanitor Method triod at, 13
  • Kiibler, Mr. J., First Prize Design for Stiffened
  • Suspension Bridge over the Danube at Buda Pest. 60, 67, 106, 107, 108
  • Kyoto Electric Railway, Opening of, 59
  • LAB1NAL, M., Mode of Obtaining Simpler Connection between The Clearances and the Body of Vacuum Pumps, 35
  • Laing, Mr. Andrew, His Resignation, 368
  • Laird Bros., Launch of Now Torpedo Boat, 309
  • Laird Bros., Messrs., s.s. “ Quoen of The North ” (Supiiltm>nt, Xorembcr ].«/, 1895), 55, 426
  • Laird Bros., Twin Screw Steamers for The Irish Mail Service, 160
  • Like Shore and Michigan Southern Riilway, A Fast Train on the, 486
  • Lake Superior, Fluctuation of The Water Surface o', 369
  • Lakiserai to Gya, Broad Gauge Railway from, 160
  • Lambert, Mr., On the Acceleration of Transport of Morchaudise, 29
  • Lamp, The Denay rouse, 474
  • Lancashire, Derbyshire, and East Coast Railway Company, Meeting of Proprietors, 105
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Change in the Staff, 431
  • Lancaster and District Tramways Company and the Progress of Electric Traction, 501
  • Lanchesto", Mr. F. W., On the Radial Cursor : An Addition to the Slide Rule, 431
  • Langley and Son’s Now Letter Card. 87
  • Lascellos, Mr., His Appointment, 477
  • Latchford Lock Gates, Collision with tho, 526, 527
  • Latho, History of the, 391
  • Launch, A Tasmanian, 267 Launches, Oil, 34
  • Launches by Scotch Shipbuilders, 13
  • launches and Trial Trips, 13, 17, 27, 43, 51, 77, 87. 97, 105, 123, 143, 149, 160, 171, 181, 1»7, 223, 234, 237, 245, 263, 266, 273, 286, 297, 309, 316, 318, 323, 346, 349, 365, 375, 421, 445. 464 , 493, 517, 541, 549, 565, 604 , 613, 631, 647
  • Laura, M., Secondary Battery, 217
  • Laval 100-Horse Power Steam Turbine Motor and Dynamo, 358, 359
  • Lawn Mower Roller Adjustment at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 9
  • Ixixy-Snaefell Electric Line Opened for Traffic, 192
  • Ix>ad Mining Industry, The, 484
  • Load Poisoning from the Service Pipes of Water-wnrbe
  • Lead, Welding, 160, 309
  • LEADERS
  • Adam’s Bridge, 364
  • Adam’s Bridge Railway, The, 90
  • Aluminium Works at The Falls of Foyers, 212
  • Another Reason, 644
  • Armour Plate Making, 337
  • Atlantic Liners, American and British, 509
  • Bainbridge, Mr., and the Miners, 412
  • Board of Trade and Electric Lighting, The, 42
  • Board of Trade Officers, 65
  • Boiler Inspectors, 235
  • Boilers and Food Water, 338
  • Blast Furnaca Gas Bailors, 532
  • Boon tc Railway Companies, A, 16
  • Central London Railway, The, 42
  • Change io Steam Shipping, The, 436
  • Changes in Cost of Railway Working, 163
  • Cheap Oxygen, 337
  • Clearanco in Steam Engino Cylinders, 41
  • Clydo and Belfast Strikes, Tqo, 555
  • Coal and Coal Miners, 90
  • Coal Supply of Oar Warships, The, 531
  • Coal Trado Position, The, 557
  • Coal Trado, The Oatlook in the, 59S
  • Commercial Manufacture of Liquid Air, The, 557
  • Concentrated Loads, 138
  • Conservation of Energy, The, 185
  • Copper and Engineering, 212
  • Coppering The B)ttoms of Steel Ships, 436
  • Curious Briler Explosion, A, 262
  • Day of Cheap Money, The, 312
  • Day of The Great Producer, The, 288
  • Doncaster Race Week, 263
  • Durston, Mr., Oa The Machinery of Ships of War, 311
  • Effect of Gun Fire, The, 288
  • Electrical Supply at 230 volts, 161
  • Electric Traction ou Railways, 186
  • Electrical Traction in the United States, 435
  • Engineering of English Ironworks, The, 187
  • Engineering and Shipbuilding, 557
  • Engineering and Shipbuilding in Ireland, 599
  • Engineers and Structural Steel, 288
  • Evolution of the Iron Arch, The, 597
  • Explosions of Gas Cylinders, 112
  • Fire on Board the “ Iona,” The, 312
  • Fore-horo Defences at Brighton, 436
  • Funnels of Warships, The, 435
  • Glasgow and Horseless Carriages, 509
  • Good Enough. 16
  • Government Railways and Locomotive Coal, 509
  • Great Northern Railway, The, 557
  • Harnessing Niagara, 236
  • High Railways Speeds and Permanent Way,
  • 532
  • High Speeds in The United States, 484
  • Hours of Work on Railways, 509
  • Imperial Defence and War Material, 89
  • Imperial Institute, Tho, 619
  • Improving Trade, 263
  • Industrial Exhibition at Glasgow, 461
  • Influence of Pickling on Iron and Steel, The, 261
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, The, 509
  • Internal Engine Friction, 507
  • Irish Railway Working, 139
  • Iron Trades Employers’ Association, 90 Ivory, 484
  • Japan and British Railway Material, 163
  • Jubilee of the Caledonian Railway, 89
  • Load Mining Industry, The, 484
  • Lecture Theatre, The, 42
  • Light Railways Conference, The, 556
  • Light Railways on Highways, 288
  • Liquid Air, Production of, 644
  • Lloyd’s Register Committee, 185
  • Locomotives and the Manchester Ship Canal, 557
  • London County Council Scheme of Water Supply, 111
  • London and North-Western Railway and Manchester Ship Canal, 461
  • London Street Lighting, 112
  • Long Railway Runs, 261
  • Loss of the “Seaford,” The, 211
  • Marine Boilers, 363
  • Marino Pleasure Piers, 620
  • Morsey Docks and Harbour Board, The, 644
  • Metric System, The, 643
  • Municipality of Singapore. Tho, 312
  • National Trade Mark, A, 338
  • New Departure in Steam Engine Economy, A, 15
  • New London and South Wales Railway, The, 459
  • New Northern Railway, The, 3f5 No Matter, 66
  • Niagara Power Company, Tho, 460
  • Northern Railway Projects, 533
  • Oil Fuel for Pumping Engines, 597
  • Okehampton Artillery Practice, 365
  • Passenger Traffic on South Indian Railways, 66
  • Perfect Knowledge, 643
  • Preservation of Timber, The, 138
  • Railway Economics, 460
  • Railway Race, The, 212
  • Railway Working, 16
  • Railways of New South Wales, 411
  • Railway Unpunctuality, 287
  • Reviving Trade, 364
  • Robert-Bessemer Process, The, 412
  • Rolling Stock Experiments on Northern of
  • France Riilway, 90
  • Russia and Japan as Machinery Markets, 365
  • Scientific Filtration. 41 Scottish Railway Working, 237
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, 211
  • Self-propelled Traffic Association, The, 599
  • Sheffield Smoke, 163
  • Single Driving Wheels in the United States, 363
  • Sir Benjamin Baker’s Address, 483
  • Specialisation, 598
  • State of Trade, The, 66
  • Steamers Sold to Foreigners, 113
  • Strike on the Clyde, The, 619
  • Swindon Station, 213
  • Theory of Compensating Gradients, 508
  • Trade Improvement, The, 113
  • Trades Union CoDgress, The, 236
  • Transport of Petroleum, The, 137
  • Value of Quick-fire Ordnance, Tho, 620
  • Wales and the London Water Scheme, 411
  • Mr. Waring’s Report on Indian Railways, 556
  • What is Invention? 162
  • Working of the Railways, The, 311
  • Year’s Mines Drainage Work, A, 338
  • Yorkshire Miners’ Association, 186
  • oak? in Iron Pipes Stopped by Paper Pulp, 336
  • Leask, Capt., His AppJntment at Sunderland Harbour, 234
  • Leather, Manufactured, Messrs. Angus and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Leather Tires for the French Army Cycles in Place of India-rubber, 87
  • leber, Mr. Edler von, On the Construction and Teeing of Metallic Bridge?, 3Q
  • Le Chatelier, M., On a Fusion of Aluminium and Copper, 87
  • Lecture Theatre, The Misdirection of Energy in the, 42
  • Leeds and Liverpool Canal, 441 Ixoods Tramways, 387
  • Loo-Motford Magazno Rifle Ammunition, 200, 201
  • “ Left handed ” Trains in Rhode Idand and Massachusetts, 554
  • Legal Intelligence :—
  • Accriogton and Church OutMl Soworage Board <•. The Ribble Committee, 107
  • Bower-Barff Patent, Tho, 46
  • North British Rubber Company e. the Gormully and Jeffery Manufacturing Company, 537
  • North Metropolitan Tramways Company r. the London County Council, 625
  • W. II. and L. Collirgridge r. the City Press, Limited, 545
  • Legislation on Light Railways, The Conference to Promote, 554
  • Leicester Electricity Works, 56, 57, 61
  • Leicester Electricity Works, Corliss Eoginos, 86
  • Leicester Waterworks, 530, 534
  • Leicester Waterworks, Pump.ng Engines (Supplement, December fith, 1895), 553
  • Leicester Waterworks, Triple expansion Pumping Engines, Messrs. Easton, Anderson, and Gooiden, 530
  • Lendal Bridge, York, Strengthening, 633
  • Lensos, Mr. H. Dennis Taylor, 405
  • Leslies Weekh/, Lithographs and Account of the New York Central Railway, 554
  • Letter Cird, Mossrs. Laogley and Sons’, 87
  • LETTERS to the Editor:—
  • Accuracy of Valve Gears, The, Digna Sequamur, 238
  • Adam’s Bridge Railway, India—Ceylon, F., 104
  • Adam’s Bridge Riilway, India—Ceylon, E. 1. Shadbolt, 104
  • Aluminium Tubes ? F. M., 41
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers, F. R. Hutton, 239
  • Amphibious Boats, Commerce, 490
  • Automatic Carriages in France, R. F. C., 408
  • Amphibious Passenger Boats, Octavius D. Deacon, 434
  • Amphibious Boats, C. W. Dadgin and Sons, 490, 538
  • Amphibious Boats, HysoD, 505
  • Amphibious Boats, H. R. de Salis, 466, 504, 616
  • Available Sources of Water Supply for Londen, R. Price Williams, 386
  • Bicycle Problem, Enquirer, 191
  • Bailer Explosion, A Curious, Engineer, 333
  • Boiler Inspectors, Chalkline, 258
  • Bailer Inspectors, Ex-Superintendent, 258
  • Boiler I aspect ors, A Foreman Boilermaker, 359
  • Bailer Inspectors, W. R. Leba, 258, 333
  • Boiler Inspectors, Old Cbap, 291, 386
  • Boiler Inspectors, Chas. J. Spancer, 291
  • Boiler Inspectors, John Swift, 291
  • Book on Rock Drills and Boring Machines? A. F., 389
  • Brake Trials on The North-Eastern Railway, Clement E. Stratton, 334
  • British Small Arm Ammunition, John MaddeD, 12
  • Broad Gaugo r. Narrow Gauge, E S. Marryat, 617
  • Bullhead Rails r. Flango Rails, E. E. Russell Tratman, 640
  • Canal Haulage, Thos. Irwin, 191
  • Canals, Lionel B. Wells, 63
  • Candle Making Machinery ? C. C., 507
  • Central Factories for Sugar, T. II., 86
  • “Challenge ” Feed Pumps or Heaters? S. A.S., 65
  • Clearanco in Stoam Engines, II. Bollinckx, 109 k Clearance in Steam Cylinders, A. Inokuty, 86, 189
  • Clearance io Steam Cylinders, Tin Tack, 63
  • Coal Supply of Our Warships, The, Chief, 601
  • Collision with Lock Gates, Robert McGlasson, 39
  • Comparative Advantages of Vignoles and Bullheaded Rails, James Whitestone, 360
  • Compressed Hide Pinions ? G. F. G., 363
  • Continuous Brakes, Percy Caldecott, 504
  • Corliss Eogines at Loicester Electricity Works, E. J. Brown (for Hick, Hargreaves and Co.), 142
  • Corliss Engines at Leicester Electricity Works, James Dunlop, 86
  • Detachable Rudders, D. Croll, 360
  • Disaster on Bjard s.s. “Iona,” The United Asbestos Company, Ld., 317
  • Distance and Time in which a Ship may be Brought to Rest from Full Speed Ahead, Robert McGlassoD, 142, 166
  • Distance and Time in which a Ship may bo Brought to Rost from Full Speed Ahead, W. D. Weaver, 108
  • Distant Signal L:ghts, Compensator, 104, 209
  • Distant Signal Lights, Signal Engineer, 166, 333
  • Draw a Parabola, To, S. Smeaton, 538
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, James Watt Boulton, 259
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, I). II. Ciutejohn, 191
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, Demi John, 239
  • Eirly Great Western Locomotives, Exhibitor No. 88, 239
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, II. Greenly, 216, 239, 292, 408, 440, 476, 505 Early Great West.rn Locomotives, Thos. Hunt, 538
  • Eirly Great Western Locomotives. D. II l/ttle- john, 216, 239, 259, 292, 345, 360, 387, 408, 454, 476, 505
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, W. 0. E. Meade-King, 317
  • Eirly Great Western Locomotives, W. B. Paley, 142, 387, 408, 410, 451, 476
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, G. A. Sekon, 101, 142, 317
  • Early Great Western Locomotives. Sextus 441, 505, 550
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, R, S’ueward. ^258
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, Clement E. Strotten, 166, 216, 239, 259, 360, 387, 408, 440, 476, 538
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, W. B. Thompson, 454, 505
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, A. A. W., 454 3
  • Edge Runners and Disintegrators? O. K., 483
  • Electric Welding, The Electric Welding Company, Limited, 643
  • Electric Wood Cargo Discharging and Stacking Craco, W. 11. Lindsey, 396
  • Empress Theatre, Earl’s Court, J. C. Rome, 317
  • Engineer in Naval Warfare and in Commerce, Bulkhead, 504
  • Engineer Personnel of the Navy, The, C. P., 208
  • English and American Projectiles, R. A. llad- tiold, 317
  • Excavating Machinery? E. II. T., 507
  • Explosion of a Carbonic Acid (las Cylinder, C. E. Shepherd, 107
  • Fair Trade and No Trade, W. A. S. B., 63,109
  • Faith in Science, Aldrovandus, 216
  • Fans and Air Propellers, Student, 435
  • Farina Machinery ? Starch, 261
  • Ferry Steamer for The Volga, C. Moberlcy, 317
  • Fires at Sea, A. Stewart Harrison, 317
  • Flange Joints on Coppor Pipes, Professor Isaac Storey and Sons, J. Nosbury, 617
  • Flange Rails and Metal Sleepers, E. E. Russell Tratman, 505
  • Flange Rails and Metal Slecpors, James Whito- stone
  • Free Trade and No Trado, W. A. S. B., 63, 109
  • Free Trado and No Trade, G. A. Haig, 86
  • Free Trade and No Trade, A. Willi imson, 63, 601
  • Gas Producers at Dow’a:s, Wm. Porritt Ingham, 505
  • Gear Engines, The, Arthur Bollicckx, 12
  • Girder Problem, Enquirer, 290
  • Girder Problem, A, F. W. Jennings, 333
  • Glasgow Harbour Tunnel, Arthur L Gibson, 86
  • Great Railway Rae?, The, Clement E. Stretton, 216
  • Hancock’s Stoara Cca hes, W. B. Paley, 290
  • Hanging of Harveyed Armour Plates, A Shipwright, 529
  • Heating Buildings by Exhaust Steam, Asbwell J. Nesbitt, 104
  • Hexagonal Rods ? Hexagonal, 459
  • History of tbo Metropolitan Riilway, The Makers, 239
  • History of The Metropolitan Railway, W. B. Paley, 408
  • Horizontal Band Saw Machines for Logs, W. Sam Wors-am, 63
  • Horse-propelled Paddle Boats, R. S. Culley, 505
  • Hydraulic Copying Press, The, R B. P., 39 Hydraulic Propulsion, M. W. Ruthven,396 Improved Lights for the Rescue of the Drowning, J. Lawrence-Hamilton, 411
  • Influence of the Size of Particles on the Pressure of a Gas, Thomas Hunt, 617
  • Institution of E ectric Engineers, The, R. S. Erskine and A. A. C. Swinton, 550
  • International Fire Congress, Amsterdam, September 24th, 28tb, Edwin O. Sachs, 259
  • Invicta Reducing Valve? E. II., 619
  • Knight’s Petroleum Motor Cyclo? John Henry Knight, 287
  • Leeds Tramways, Mot Jr, 387
  • Light Railways, Arthur W. Burgess, C02
  • Liquid Air, W. Hampton. 617
  • London and Greenwich Railway, The, W. B. Paloy, 39
  • Lng Railway Runs, W. M. Acworth, 317
  • Long Railway Runs, II. R. do Salis, 292
  • Largest Railway Run on Record, Too, W. M. Acworth, 505
  • Longest Railway Run on Record, Clement E. Stretton, 538
  • Loss by Clearance, Wm. Donaldson, 1S9
  • Loss from Condensation in Long Steam Pipes, S. A. Ward, 317
  • Magnetisation of Watches, C. C , 39
  • Makers of Celluloid Articles ? E. B , 65
  • Mechanical Road Carriages, J. N. A., 63
  • Mechanical Road Carriages, C. D., 38
  • Mechanical Road Carriages, P. W. D., 63
  • Mechanical Road Carriages, Golosiphor, 38
  • Mechanical Road Carriages, G. A. Haig, 63
  • Mechanical Vehicles, Ouo who Witnessed the Trials, 216
  • Metal S'eepers, Ja?. Whitestone, 409
  • Metre io Belgian Workshops, The, L., 396
  • Metropolitan Railway, W. B. Paley, 191
  • Metropolitan Water Supply, Hassard and Tyrell, 441
  • Midland Railway, Too, Fred. J. Bolt, 142
  • Midland Railway Locomotives, Clement E. Stretton, 617
  • Mild Sleel Beam Sjctim Struts, Edw. J. M. Davies, 537
  • Mild Steel Beam Sect:on Struts, Kendrick Edwards, 550
  • Mild Steel Beam Section Struts? K. E., 507
  • Mild Steel Beam Section Struts, W. 11. T., 550
  • Mild Stoel Beam Section Struts, W., 537
  • Montgomery-Moore Collision Doors? D. E., 89
  • Moss Litter and Peat Fuel? P. I., 261
  • Motor Carriages for Royal Mails, Fred. Simms, 617
  • Moulded Wcol Pump Articles? E. B., 41
  • Moving Buildings ? C., 507
  • Moving Frodsham Station, Cuthbert W. H. Whalley, 537
  • Munificent Offer, A, Apprentice C.E., 434
  • Munificont Offer, Non-Identity, 466
  • Murdock’s Blowing Engines, L. Richard, 434
  • New Admiralty Buildings, Out-of-Breath, 387
  • “ New Centurion,” The, Jas. Eastwick, 529
  • “New Centurion,” The, Precursor, 529
  • “ Now Centurion,” The, Automatic Mounliogs for Heavy Guns, Jas. Eistwick, 616
  • New Zealand Iron Sand, Wm. Butlin, 396
  • Nile Barrage, The, F. Mougel Bay, 504
  • No Engineer ovor Forty need Apply, Engineer, 290
  • Oil Fuel for Pumping Engines, Wm. Fairley, 640
  • Oil Motor Carriages, J. E. Weyroan, 451
  • Oldest Enzino Driver in The World, The, R. Moody, 550
  • Ordnance Bench Marks, Dumpy, 333
  • Ordnance Datum, Ernest Mullin, 360
  • Origin of The Continuous Brake, The, Masharo,
  • “ Oroya,” The, Charles F. Pars:ns, 12
  • Paper and other Pressed Pulp Manufacturers? S. W. S., 41
  • Pearl’s Spindle Oil? P. B. P., 459
  • Peat Compressing Machinery? A. B. G., 287
  • Peterhead Harbours, Whatcley Eliot, 616
  • Petroleum Road Carriages, G. A. llaig, 12
  • Petroleum Road Carriages, Lister and Company, 317
  • Pilot Engines, S. Murray, 466
  • Pitching Prcpeller Blades, James B. McLareD, 490
  • Plant for Nail Factories? Corazon, 261
  • Platinum or other BlQck Coating of Metals? 65
  • Pneumatic Conveyors for Light Goods? Box Makers, 89
  • Pot Sleepers, P. W. I)., 39
  • Power Lost in Slide Valve Friction, It. Collier, 602
  • Practical Steam Engineering, William Donald son, 39
  • Preservation of Timber, The, Samuel Edward Haskin, 2C9
  • Proposed Association of Waterworks Engineers, J. W. Bradley, 529
  • Proposed Association of Waterworks Engineers, I). M. F. Gaskin, 504
  • Proposed Waterworks Engineers' Association,
  • Kelvin, W. li. Preeco, and I* . Cardew, G02
  • Pulley Problem ? A, Meteor, 161
  • Pumping Problem, A, Walter Crooke, 505
  • Pumping Problem, A, Economy, 490
  • Quick Acting Brake, I). H. Littlejohn, 466
  • Quick Acting Brake, Norman D. McDonald, 396, 409
  • Quick Acting Brake, The, Clement E. Stretton, 409
  • Race to the North, The, W. J. Barker, 166
  • Rice to The North, The, Big Ead, 166
  • Race to the North, The, R, C. Dowie, 166
  • Race to the North, from London to Aberdeen, Tho, Traveller, 142
  • Railway Economics, W. M. Acworth, 476
  • Railway Race, The, A. J. B., 292
  • Railway Race, The, Sam. A. Forbes, 239
  • Railway Race, Tho, A Passenger, 239
  • Railway Race, The, P., 292
  • Railway Race, The, Chas. Rous-Marfen, 239
  • Railway Race, The, A. Warburton, 259
  • Railway Signals, F., 239
  • Railway Speeds, A. D. P., 191
  • Raw Hide Pinions ? Rotifer, 619
  • Rodcar Boiler Explosion, The, Engineer Inspector, 216
  • Redcar Boiler Explosion, S. Evans, 1S9
  • Redcar Boiler Explosion, Toe, A Foreman
  • Boilermaker, 108, 166, 216
  • Redcar Boiler Explosion, Wm. Southorn, 189
  • Reversing Screw Propellers, Robt. McGlasson, 454
  • Rolling of Ships, C. E. Basevi, 191
  • Rolling of Ships, The, M. T., 63, 259
  • Rotherham Sewage Competition, R. II. Rhodes, 538
  • Russian Orders for Locomotives, Felix Freder, C.E., 292
  • Screw-makiog Machinery? I. G. N., 185
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, Walter Arnold, 259
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, R. H. B , 616
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, Camus, 434
  • Sel'-propelled Road Carriages, D., 640
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, G. A. Haig, 239. 290, 454
  • S.lf-propelled Road Carriages, E. II. Hodgkin- son, 409
  • So’f-propolled Road Carriages,' John Goo. Inshaw, 431
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, John Henry Knight, 454
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, Lister and Co.. 334, 454
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, A. Patterson, 505
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, Roots and Venables, 476
  • S.lf-propellod IHad Carriages, Lyons Sampson, 454
  • Self-propelled Road Carrirges, Fred. R. Simms, 434 v,.
  • Sheffield Smoke, Merrywcather aud Sons, 191
  • Signalling in Tunnels, I. W. Wilkins, 466
  • Slow Combustion and One Thousand Pound Steam, G. A. Haig, 505
  • Small Candle Power Limps at High Voltages. C. II. Stearn, 216
  • “ Solid Cast” Steel Guns, Guns. 209
  • Some Electric Mining Piants, D. Selby Biggo and Co., 39
  • Speeds for Grinding and Cutting Tools' W. H. A., 161
  • Starch and Chicory Plant and Machinery ? A. S. S., Ill
  • Steam Packed Piste ns. J. P., 640
  • Stephen and Carter’s Drilling Machine? G. H . 507
  • Swing Bridges? Engineer, 15
  • Tank Engines tn the Cambrian Railway. R. N. H., 191
  • Tank Ships, W. B. Thompson, 191
  • Technical Engineering and Continental Woiki Practice, N. W., 238
  • Telegraphing in Tunnels, R. S. CuPey, 409
  • Testing Machiue at Dowlais, The, Joshua Buck ton and Co., 505
  • Tooth Brush Making Machinery, J. M. S. and Co., 235
  • Traction of Boats on In’and Waterways, Geo. Cawley, 109, 166
  • Traction of Boats on Inland Waterways, Commerce, 142
  • Traction Engines and Self-propelled Roid
  • Carriages, I. W. B , 189 Trains and Pilot Eogines, Sydney SheddeD, 431
  • Trains and Time Tables, W. B. Thompson, 386
  • Transverse Loads on Beams of Mild Steel,
  • Transverse, 617 Triton Valves? T. P., 555
  • Two Hundred and Twenty Volt Lamps, St Pancras, 360
  • Value of Quick-fire Ordnance, Tho, T. A. Brassey, 602
  • Walker’s Tilts for Riilway Wagens? II. E. W.
  • Water-box Grate, A, B. G. V., 617
  • Water-tube Boilers, G. A. Haig, 39
  • Wheat Starch ? C. E. A , 507
  • Wolfram Ore? S., 411
  • Work of Steam, Th#>, W. II. Shaw, 12
  • Workshop Gas Furnaces, Fletcher, Russell, and Co., 39
  • Worm Gear Driven Machine Tools, Stephen H. Terry, 504
  • Lev^n Shipyard and pngine Works, 18/
  • Lewis’s Hot Blast Valve, 331
  • Lifeboats and Electric Communication, 143
  • Lifts, Hydraulic and Eectric, Manhattan Insurance Building, New York, 4/8, 479, 498, 499, 506
  • Lifeboat, Steam, 237, 313
  • Lifeboat, Steam, for Holland, 325
  • Light Electric Railway from Derby to Ashbourne, 457
  • Lifts, Safety Appliances for, 381
  • Light Railways, 602
  • Light Railways, Brakes for, Mr. Plocq, 29, 54
  • Light Railway Conference, The, 556
  • Light Railways on the Continent, Very, 34
  • Light Railways, Delegates to Consider the Promotion of Legislation on, 554
  • Light Railway on the Electric System from Dorby to Ashbourne, 160
  • Light Railway through the Gower Poninsula, Projected, 369
  • Light Railways on Highways, 288
  • Light Railways ani Imperial Subvention, 554
  • Light Railway for India, 234
  • Light Railways, The Institute of Clayworkers and, 613
  • Light Railways in Italy, 286
  • Light Railways, Relaxation of Normal Requirements for, Mr. Humphreys-Owens and Mr. P. W. Meik 55
  • Light Railways, Mr. G. Whiteside on, 382
  • Light Railways for South Wales, 501
  • Light Railways—tee also Railways, Light
  • Lights for the Rescue of the Drowning, Improved, 441
  • Lights for Ships, Running, Tested in Germany, 59 Lights, Signal, 104
  • Lighthouse in the Atlantic, New, 266
  • Lighthouse, The Cloch, 615
  • Lighthouses, Spurn Point and its, 154, 344
  • Lighthouse, Triangular, United States, 13
  • Lighting the Diamond Shoal off Cape Hatteras, 647
  • Lighting, London Street, 112
  • Lighting by Luminescence, M. A. Witz on, 192
  • Lightning, Furnaces Struck by, 641
  • Lightning Strokes, Risks of, 477
  • Lille Experiments on the Comparative Efficiency
  • of Ropes and Belts for the Transmission of Power, 580
  • Lille Experiments on the Efficiency of Ropes and Belts for Power Transmission, 639
  • Limp, Mr. H., Electric Rail Welding, 203
  • Links in the History of the Locojnotive, 240, 249
  • L’nslade Sewerage and Water Supply, Designs for the, 477
  • Liquid Air, 617
  • Liquid Air, Commercial Manufacture of, 557
  • Liquid Air and Oxygen, Commercial Manufacture of, 325
  • Liquid Fuel at Brooklyn Navy Yard, Experiments with, 501
  • LITERATURE
  • Adrossbuch der Deutscben Maschinon Industrie, Eisen, Stahl und Metallwerko, 557
  • Anleitung zur Ausluhrung Grapbiscber Con- struktionen von Maschinenbau, Yon D. Hedreicb, 599
  • Chemische Zusammensetzung und der Heizwert der in Oesterreich - Ungarn Verwendeten Kohlen, Frarz Schwackhöfcr, 90
  • Colonel Sir Robert Sandeman : His Life and Work on our Indian Frontier. A Memoir, with Selections from his Correspondence and Official Writings, by Thos. Henry Thornton, 288
  • Construction of Carriage Ways and Footways, H. Percy Boulnois, 91
  • Drawing and Rough Sketching for Marine Engineers, Rough Workiog Drawings, Jas. Donaldson, 187
  • Economic Mining, Practical Handbook, C. G. Warnford Lock, 620
  • Electrical Laboratory, Notes and Forms, I)r. J. A. Fleming, 43
  • Elements of Electricity and Magnetism, by S. P. Thomson, 461
  • Engineers’ Guide to The Width of Leather Belt Required to Transmit any given Horsepower, 621
  • Excerpts of “ Minutas of Proceedings ” of the Institution of Civil Engineers, 569
  • Gold Mines of the Rand, F. II. Hatch and J. A. Chalmers, 412
  • Handling of Dangerous Goods, II. I. Phillips, 599
  • llazoll's Annual for 1896, Cyclopaedic Record of Men and Topics of the Day, 621
  • Hydraulic Motors, Turbines, and Pressure Engines, by G. R. Bodmer, 461
  • Key of the Paciöc: the Nicaragua Canal, A. II. Colquhoun, 644
  • Kinnaber, or The Great Riilway Rico of 1895, by W. J. Scott, 557
  • Life and Labour of the People in London, C'has. Booth, 113
  • Low's Chemical Lecture Charts, 365
  • Management of Dynamos, The, G. W. Lummis-Patereon, 263
  • Manufacture of Explosives, The, Oscar Guttman, 187
  • Mechanical World Pocket Diary, 1896, 557
  • Metallurgy of Iron and Steel, by Thomas Turner, 16
  • Movement, by E. J. Marey, 484
  • Nautical Series of Books for the Use of Officers of the Merchant Navy, &c. &c, Messrs. Chas. Griffin and Co., 599
  • New “Centurion,” Tho, 437
  • Origin and Rationale of Colliery Explosions, Donald M. D. Stuart, 645
  • Practical Manual of Minerals, Mines, and Mining, by Prof. II. S. Osborn, 533
  • Practical Plane and Solid Geometry, Henry Angel, 67
  • Practical Survoyor, Tho, Thos. Holloway, 113
  • Practical Telephone Handbook, The, Joseph Poole, 237
  • Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Brick, Tiles, and Terra-cotta, by Chas. Thos. Davis, 510
  • Principles and Practice of Harbour Construction, Wm. Shield, 139
  • Problems and Solutions in Magnetism and Electricity, by W. Slingo and A. Brooker, 557
  • Problems in the Use and Adjustment of Engineering Instruments, Forms for Field Notes, General Instructions for Extended Students' purveys, by W. J/. Webb, 621
  • “Proceedings” of the South Staffordshire Institute of Iron and Steel Works Managers,
  • 557
  • Proposed London and Paris Railway, London and Paris in Four and a-half Hours, by Win. Collard, 533
  • Railway Almanack, 1896, Tbo, 557
  • Recent Cotton Mill Construction and Engineer ing, Joseph Nasmith, 91
  • Refrigerating Machinery, its Principles and Management, by A. Ritchie Leask, 485
  • Roport of the Proceedings of the Flameless Explosives Committee of the North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, Part I.: Air and Curnbustiblo (Jas, 163
  • Screw Propellers and Marine Propulsion, I., McKim Chase, 67
  • Steel Works Analysis, J. O. Arnold, 163
  • Surveying and Levelling Instruments Theoretically and Practically Described, for Construction, Qualities, &c. &c., Wm. Ford Stanley, 557
  • Tabellen iiber die Blechdicken und Durch- mes8er der Flammrohre von Dampfkesseln, G. Eckermann, 263
  • Theoretical and Practical Ammonia Refrigeration, by Iltyd J. Redwood, 461
  • Theory of Turbines, De Volson Wood, 67
  • Traité des Eaux, Droit et Administration, A. Picard, 139
  • “ Transactions ” of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Vol. xi., 213
  • Victoria, 1895, Annual Report of the Secretary for Mines to The Hon. II. Foster, Minister of Mines for Victoria, during the Year 1894, 339
  • Working Medals for Engineering Students. Series I. and II. : Engine Slide Valves. With Des riptive Letterpress, 557
  • “ Zustand der Antiken Atbenischen Banwerko. Prof. Dr. Joseph Durm, 113
  • Liverpool City Free Library—Collection of Locomotive Diagrams, 405
  • Liverpool Electric Supply Company’s Undertaking Acquired by the Corporation, 160
  • Liverpool and Manchester Railway, Diagram Illustrating Section of the Old, 160
  • Liverpool, New Station in, 35
  • Liverpool : Tranmere Ferry Purchased by the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, 546
  • Liverpool-street Terminus, Signals a% 117
  • Liversidge, Prof. A , “ Effec‘s of Wea’her upon Sheet Aluminium Tested,” 266 L'anelly, New Dock, 441
  • Lloyd’s Summary of Ve3se’s, Lost, Condemned, &c , 217
  • Lloyd’s Register Committee, 185 !
  • Loads, Concentrated, 138
  • Load, Maximum, for North British First-class
  • Passenger Engines, 105
  • Lock Gate., Collision with, 39
  • Lock Gates, Collision with the Latchford, 526, 527
  • Lock to Connect the Bayon P.squemine with the Mississipi, 336
  • Loch Katrine Aqueduct, Tenders for the Construction of the Last Section of, 369
  • Locomotives Made in Australia, 13
  • Locomotive, Baldwin Compound Single Driver, U.S.A., 192
  • Locomotive, 19in. by 26in., Baldwin Locomotive Works, 234
  • Locomotive Boilers at the Works of The Paris,
  • Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, M. Henry, 227
  • i Locomotive Boilers, Riveting Machine for, 193
  • Locomotive Boilers at the Works of the Paris, Lyons,and Mediterranean Riilway, M. Henry, 43, 91, 179
  • Locomotive Broad Gauge, Metropolitan Railwav, 1863, Sir Dan. Gcoch (Supplmo nt, Auaust \Qth, 1895)
  • Locomotive Buffer, The Newark, 116
  • Locomotive Canal Excavator, Baltic and North Sea Caral, 310, 316 Locomotivo Carriages on Roads, 524 Locomotive Coal, Government Railways and, 509 Locomotives, Compound, in Germany, 382
  • Locomotive Diagrams, Collection of, in The Liverpool City Free Library, 405 Locomotives, Diagrams of Eirly, 234
  • Locomotives, Early Great Wostern, 74, 104, 142, 191, 216, 234, 239, 248, 258, 259, 285, 292, 317, 345, 355, 360, 386, 408, 435, 440, 441, 451, 454, 476, 505, 538, 550
  • Locomotives, Electric, Baldwin Works, 431
  • Locomotive, Electric, Baltimore and Ohio Riilway, 548
  • Locomotive, Electric, Baltimore Tunne1, 404
  • Locomotives, Electric, Mr. E. Worthington on, 521
  • Locomotive, Express, Baldwin Works, for Chicago Mail Trains, 382
  • Locomotives, On Express, Mr. Aspinall, 1
  • Locomotive, Express, North-Eastern Railway (Supplement, September 2Q(J<, 1895), 291, 292
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, Midland Railway (Supplement, December \%th, 1895)
  • Locomotives, Fireless, in Marseilles, 293
  • Locomotive, Mr. W. J. Holman’s Queer New, 286
  • Locomotive, Links in the History of the, 240, 249
  • Locomotives, Maximum Loads for North British “First-class” Passenger, 105 Locomotives, Midland Railway, 617
  • Locomotives with Oil-burning Apparatus, Equipment of the South Pacific Company’s, 234
  • Locomotive Passenger, Lake Shore and Michigan S. Railway. 486
  • Locomotives Ordered by the Prussian State Railway, 160
  • Locomotives, Remarkable Performances of British, Mr. Rous-Marten on, 351
  • Locomotives, Russian Orders for, 292
  • Locomotives for Russian Riilways, The Baldwm Works, 595
  • Locomotives for Russian State Railways, 234, 595
  • Locomotive and Salcon for the Duke of Sutherland, New, 217
  • Locomotive Service of The Metropolis, Report on the, 266
  • Locomotive, Six-Coupled, Metropolitan and St. John’s Wood Railway (Supplement, October ith, 1895)
  • Locomotives, Some Remarkable Performances in British, 69
  • Locomotives, Sparks from, Canadian Pacific Railroad Company's Mode of Guarding against, 160
  • Locomotive, Speed of the Electric, Baltimore Belt Railway, 457
  • Locomotive Steam Crano, 293
  • Locomotives, Three Systems of Compounding, 369
  • Locomotive, Trials with the Heilmann, 59
  • Locomotives’ Water Supply Carried by Train, 431
  • Locomotive Works, Derby, The Midland Railway Company’s, 581—593, 594, 596
  • Long Railway Runs, 261, 317
  • Longest Railway Run on Record, 505, 538
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway
  • Company, Petition against The Croydon Corporation Bill, 13
  • London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, Details of Expenditure, 105
  • London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, Financial PositioD, 87
  • London, Chatham, and Dover Riilway Company, Half-yearly Roport, 105
  • London, Chatham, and Dover Railway Company’s New Steamers, 595
  • London County Council Scheme of Water Supply, 111
  • London Electric Supply Corporation, Dynamo and Engines, 502, 503
  • London Electric Supply Corporation, The New 1000-Unit Machine at Deptford, 607
  • London Gas Testings, 160, 266, 286
  • London and Greenwich Railway, Tho, 39
  • London and North-Western Railway and Manchester Ship Canal, 461
  • London and North - Western Railway, New Portion of Main Line Completed, 35
  • London and North-Western Riilway Company’s
  • New Station in Liverpool, 35
  • London and North-Western Railway, New Station at Prestatyn, 266
  • London Railway, The Central, 42
  • London and South Wales, Bill for New Lino between, 457
  • London and South-Western Railway, The New, 459
  • London and South-Western Railway Company’s Projected Railwav to Bude, 431 London and South Wales Railway, The New, 500
  • London and South "Wales Railway Company, Bill to Incorporate a New Company to be called the, 595
  • London Street Lighting, 112
  • London Water Scheme, Wales and the, 411
  • London Water Supply, 143
  • London Water Supply, Available Sources, 386
  • London Water Supply, The Charges Compared with tbos9 elsewhere, 457
  • London Water Supply, and the Eight Water Transfer Bills, 382
  • London Water Supply, Professors Crookes and Dawar on, 286
  • London Water Supplies, Relative Proportions of the, 554
  • London Water Supply from the Thames Daily, 554
  • London Works of the Sheffield Railway, Tho, 204
  • Loss by Clearance, 189
  • Loss from Condensation in Long Steam Pipes, 317
  • Loss of the “Seaford,” 211
  • Lostwithiel and Fowey Railway, Converted to the Narrow Gauge, 309
  • “ Low Pressure,” Definition to bo Officially Laid Dowd to Constitute, 554
  • Lubrication and Wear of Bearings, E. Chabal’s Experiments on the, 160
  • “ Lucania’s” Rud, The, 309
  • Lunken Valve, The, 248
  • Lynton and Barnstaple Railway begun, The, 286
  • “ Lynx,” Defects in her Boilers, 160
  • McADIE, Professor, On the Risk of Lightning Stroke, 477
  • McCallum and Naylor, Messrs., On the Royton Sewage Works, 46
  • MacDowall’s Sack Holder, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 41
  • McElroy, Mr. J. F., Heating Street Riilway Cars by Electricity, 450
  • McGuire, Mr. J. C., On Aluminium, its Alloys and their Uses in Ship Construction, 579
  • McKendrick, Dr. John G., Enlargements of Phonographic Traces, 156
  • Mac Lachlan, Bow and Co., Messrs., Steering Engines in the Royal Navy, 423, 424, 433
  • MacLachlan Patent Detachable Rudders, The, 316
  • McLaren, Mr. H., Engineering, Past, Present, and Future, 451
  • MacLollan, Messrs. P. and W..Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society, 11 McMillan, Mr. W. G., On the Nature of Alloys, 361
  • Machine Mining in Illinois, 264
  • Machine Tools, Soho Foundry, 261, 302, 303, 305, 308, 340, 341, 425, 426
  • Machine Tools, Worm Gear Driven, 504
  • Machinery Markets, Russia and Japan as, 365
  • Machinery, Springs, &c., Cases of Failure of, in the United Kingdom, 431
  • Madras, Electric Tram Line, 336
  • Madras, New Terminal Station, 13
  • Madras Presidency, Reservoirs for Irrigation Purposes in the, 160
  • Maginnis, Mr. Arthur J., Presidential Address, 466
  • Magnetic Clutch, A, 118
  • Magnetic Declination, Horizontal and Vertical Force and Eirth Currents, Photographically
  • Registered at Greenwich, 13
  • Magnetic Field of any Cylindrical Coil or Plane Circuit, On the, 477
  • Magnetic Observations in Ontario, Result of, 405
  • Magnetic, Properties of Bodies at Different Temperatures, 87
  • Magnetic Tester for Sheet Iron, 561
  • Magnetisation of Watches, 39
  • Magnetism, Horizontal Force of The Eirth’s, 369
  • Magnetism, Theory of, Mr. Ilerroun, 481
  • Magnets, Influence of Low Temperatures on Permanent, 266
  • “Magnificent” to be Completed by December
  • 12tb, The New Battleship, 336
  • “ Magnificent,” Coal Consumption Trials of the, 255
  • “ Magnificent,” Speed Trials of the New Battleship, 237
  • Magrell and Llunggreen, Messrs , Amphibious Passenger Boat “Svanen,” 370
  • Mails, Motor Carriages for Royal, 617
  • Maine, Birch Forests of, Supply Wood for Spools, 369
  • “ Majestic,” H.M.S., 87, 330, 415
  • “ Majestic,” Day apd Night Work on tho, 8/
  • “ Majestic,” Wire Gun Trials of the, 336
  • Malaya, Railways in, 93
  • Mallett, Mr. J., Haymakers at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Il
  • Mailing Rural District Council, Water Supply of Woultham, Burham, and Eccles, 551
  • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway Extension, Artisans’ Dwellings in connection with, 369
  • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Riilway and the Eyre Estate Claim, 382
  • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway to London, 123
  • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway Company, The Chairman’s Financial Statement, 143
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Too, 180
  • Manche iter Ship Canal, Sir L. Williams on the Construction of, 526
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Latchford Lock Gates, 526, 527
  • Manchester Ship Canal, London and North- Western Railway and, 461
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Sea-going Traffic of, 286
  • Manchester Shippers to the Levant Ports, Resolution Carried at a Meeting of, 613
  • Manchester Trades Council and The Metric System of Weights and Measures, 369
  • Mandalay-Kunlon Railway, 595
  • Maneuvrier, Mr. G., Oa the Ratio of The Two Specific Heats for Air, 35
  • Manganese Bronze Boiler Fittings, 545
  • Manganese Ore in Bavaria, Deposit of, Struck, 217
  • Manganese Ore Struck near Partenstein, 160, 234
  • Manganese Sulphide, On Anhydrous Crystallised, 143
  • Manlove, Alliott, and Co’s Tender Accepted for a Dust Destructor for Shoreditch, 59
  • Mann and Charlesworth’s Shaft Governor, 9
  • Mansergh, Mr. Jas., to Report on the Toronto Waterworks System, 336
  • Map of the Navigable Rivers and Canals of North Germany, 101
  • Map of Railways and Canals of England and Wales 231
  • Map of the Nile Delta, 275
  • Marine Bjilers, Water-tube, 527
  • Marine Pleasure Piers, 620
  • Marine Propellers, Mr. J. D. Young on, 501
  • Margot, Mr. C., On the Adhesion of Aluminium and other Metals to Glass, 131
  • Margot, M. Chas., Alloy of Tin and Zinc as Solder for Glass, 266
  • Marine Boilers, 363
  • Marine Engineering and Shipbuilding on the Toames, 45
  • Marks, Mr. G. C., On Horseless Vehicles, 514
  • Marsden’s Stone Breaker and Elevator, 11, 12
  • Marsh, Mr., His Appointment, 641
  • Marsh Steam Pump, The, 193
  • Marshall, Mr. F. C., Mis Jubilee in the Engineering Profession, 105
  • Marshall’s Valve Gear—Holloway Electric Light Station, 639
  • Marshall, Sons, and Co., Portable and Traction Engines, Smithfield Club Show, 600
  • Martin Furnace, Feeding Apparatus, 554
  • Martin’s Induced Draught on II.M.’s Sloop Torch, Trials with, 13
  • Martinoau, Councillor R. F., and Mechanical Road Carriages, 650
  • Masham, Lord, On Continuous Railway Brakes 35, 38
  • Mason’s College, The Loan Collection, 202
  • Masonry Dams, Mr. J. D. Van Buren on High. 352 ’
  • “ Messéna,” Launch of the French Ironclad, 87
  • Match Factories, Red Phosphorus to bo Tried at the French State, 477
  • Matches from Japan, Export of, 405
  • “ Materialism Untenable,” Mr. A. E. Dolbear’s Paper, 66
  • Matorials of Construction, Uniform Methods of Testing, 30
  • Mathematics in Relation to Engineering, 269
  • Mather and Platt, Messrs , z\ Now High Lift Pump, 616
  • Mather and Platt, Messrs., Purifying Polluted Water and Softening of Hard Water, 489
  • Matter, No, 66
  • Maudslay, Sons, and Field’s Works, Galvanisin * Plant at, 343, 344
  • Maudslay, Sons, and Field, Messrs., The Renown Sea Water Distiller, 353
  • Mavaut, Mr., Scheme for Turning the Course of the Scheldt, 431
  • Maxim, Mr. Hiram, On the Complaints of Nuiso Made by Electric Plant, 59
  • Maxim-Nordenfelt Gun and Ammunition Company’s Illustrated Pamphlet. 309
  • Maxim Solid Steel Gun, The, 156
  • Maximum Loads for North British “First-class” Passenger Engines, 105
  • Maxwell, Mr, J. R., On the (’himbote Riilway, 59
  • Measuring the Coatonts of Bins used in Mills Ac., Mode of, 641
  • Medals Awarded by the Royal Society, 525
  • Mechanical Carriages in Paris, 611
  • Mechanical Engineering, Sir D. Galton on, 254
  • Mechanical Riad Carriages, 35, 38, 63, 216, 466,
  • Mechanical Road Carriages, An Out-of-Date Law 466
  • Meik and Humphreys-Owen, Messrs., On the Relaxation of Normal Requirements for Light Railways, 55
  • Memorial to the President of the Board of Trade concerning Self-propelled R?ad Carriages, 161, 168
  • Mensbrugghe, M. G. Van der, On the Evaporation of Liquids and the Capillary Theories, 45/
  • Mercantile Navy of the World, Annual Statistics relating to the, 477
  • Mercurous Iodide, Action of Alcohol on. 647
  • Mersey, The, 441
  • Mersey and Irwell Joint Committee, 267
  • Messenger Carrier Pigeon Service of the U.S.
  • Naval Acadomy, Report on the, 477
  • Metal Glucinium, Atomic Weight of the, 266
  • Metal, M. Henry Moissan’s Experiments with a New, 87
  • Metal Sleepers, 4C9
  • Metal Sleepers, FlaDge Rails and, 505, 529
  • Metalho Bridges, Construction Tests of, Mr Ldler von Leber, 30
  • Metallography-, or the Microscopio Study of Iron
  • Metcalf, Mr. W., Influence of Vibration on Steel, 579
  • Meter, Now Positive Water, 339
  • Meteoric Stonc3, Occurrence of Diamond Carbon in, 595
  • Meteorites, On The Study of Some, by M. H. Moissan, 405
  • Meteorological Observations, Professor McAdio’s Kites for, 382
  • Meteorological Observatory on the Brocken, A Stato, 336
  • Meteorology in Relation to Engineering, 269
  • Metro in Belgian Workshops, The, 396
  • Metro, Length of tho, Compared with that of tho
  • Standard Wave of Red Light, 309
  • Metric Congress, International, Question under Consideration, 309
  • Metric System, The, 500
  • Metric System of Weights and Measures Obligatory in tbo United States of Mexico, 369
  • Metric System of Weights and Measures, Mr. G. H. Baines on, 501
  • Metropolitan Railway, 191
  • Metro Dolitan Railway Broad Gauge Locomotive, 1863 (SuppU nit'iif .1 16M, 1895)
  • Metropolitan District Railway Company, Bill Deposited by. for next Session, 641
  • Metropolitan Locomotive Service, Report on the, 266
  • Metropolitan Railway, History of tbo, 53, 151, 239, 289, 326, 327, 377, 545, 641
  • Metropolitan Water Area, The Government to be asked to Constituto by Act of Parliament, A Public Authority for the Whole of tho, 621
  • Metropolitan Water Supply, 4 41
  • Mexico, Mining in, 4
  • Mexico, Railway Mileage in, 286
  • Meyer, Professor Victor, New Explosive, 286
  • Microbes in Butter and Margarine, 35
  • Microphonic Transmission of Dean Farrar’s Farewell Address, 87
  • Middlesbrough Chamber of Commerce, Quarterly Returns of, and Conclusions there from, 382
  • Middlesbrough, Electric L:ghting of, 234
  • Middlesbrough Gasholder. 547
  • Midland Railway, The, 142
  • Midland Railway, Contractor for the North Curve at Wincobank, 431
  • Midland Railway Company, Report of the, 143
  • Midland Railway Company’s Locomotive Works at Derby, 581, 593, 594, 596
  • Midland Railway Locomotives, 617
  • Midland Railway, The New Line, 336
  • Mild Steel Beam Section Struts, 507, 537, 550
  • Milford Haven Scheme, The Great Western Riilway, 477
  • Military Wheelmen, A New York Paper on, 487
  • Milk or Lymph, M. Winter’s Test for the Purity of. 525
  • Mill Buildings and Shaftings in Mills, Floors in, 595
  • Mill Engines, 3000-H.P., Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves and Co., 140, 164, 194
  • Miller, Mr. E. F., Table of Wind Velocities, 234 Millet’s Bicycle, 36
  • Milton, Mr. F. T., On Water-tube Boilers, 2 Mineral called Apyrite, 143
  • Mineral Resources of the South Staffordshire Coalfields, 174
  • Miners, Mr. Bainbridge and tho, 412 Minors, Coal and Coal, 90
  • Miners Provident Fund, Report for 1894 of The German, 613
  • Miners, Triennial Meeting of German, 313
  • “Minerva,” H.M S., 316 Miaes, Dr. Haldane on Black Damp in, 286
  • Mines and Miners, Changes and Improvements in their Condition, 286
  • Mines, Steel Girders for, 286
  • Mining in Asia Minor, Chromo Iron Ore, 4
  • Mining Engineers, Assembly of Gorman, 143
  • Miniog in Illinois, Machine, 264
  • Mining and Metallurgy, Institution for, 4
  • Mining in Mexico, Mr. E. Halse on, 4
  • Mining Plants, Some Electric. 2, 6, 39
  • Minneapolis, Proposal for Filtering the whole Water Supply of, 405
  • Miscellanea, 13. 35, 59. 87, 105. 143, 160, 192, 217, 234, 266, 286, 309, 336, 369, 382, 405, 431, 457, 477, 501, 525,554, 595, 641
  • Miscellaneous Implements at tbo Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 9, 44
  • Mitchell, Dr. Charlo?, 213
  • Mitra, Mr. N. N.. Tablo for Facilitating Calculation of Discharge, Velocity, and Diameter of Pipes, by D’Arcy’s Formula, 118
  • Model, Sectional Ship, 381
  • Modern Steel Works Machinery, Mr. Jas. Riley, 100, 126
  • Moissan, M. Iloari, Experiments with a New Metal, 87
  • Moissan, M. Henri, Study of Meteorites, 405
  • Moissan, M., On some Varieties of Graphite, 457
  • Moissan and Charpy, MM., On Boron Steel, 143
  • Molesey. Drainage of Eist, 511
  • Money, The Day of Cheap, 312
  • Monitor Vessels, Ventilation for, 579
  • Monraouthshiro Coalfield and Cardiff, Projected Railway Communication botwoen, 431
  • Montgomery-Moore Collision Doors? 89
  • Mont Parnasse Station, Paris, Accident at, 405
  • Montreal, International Exhibition at, 382
  • Moore, Mr. E. C., Moving Two 36in. Water
  • Mains without Shutting off the Water, 357
  • Moral, M. Felix, Concessions Granted to, for Construction of Carriago Road, Electric Tramway, &c., at Teheran and Bagdad, 501
  • Mordey Alternator, Electricity Works of The Great Northern Riilway, 384
  • Mordey-Victoria Alternator, Leicester Electricity Works, 56
  • Morecimbe, Extension of Docks at Heysham Lake, 547
  • Morocambo Pier, The Board of Trade’s Roport on the, 316
  • Morris County, N J., Road Improvements in, 143
  • Mo‘8 Litter and Peat Fuel? 261
  • Mctivo Powtr, C.al Gas as a, 237
  • Motive Car not a Locomotive, Mr. J. A. Kooson’s, 613
  • Motor Carriages, 545—see also Self-Propelled Carriages, Oil Motor Carriage?, and Petroleum
  • M otor Carriago Competitions, 164. 168, 185
  • Motor Carriages fur Royal Mails, 617
  • Motor Cyclo, Knight’s, 252
  • Motor, Electric—«* .- Electric Motor
  • Moulded Wood Pulp Articles ? 41
  • Mourlot, M. A , On Anhydrous Crystallised
  • Manganese Sulphide, 143
  • Moving Buildings ? 507, 537
  • Moving 36in. Water Mains without Shutting off the Water, Mr. E. C. Moore,357
  • Moving Water Mains without Shutting off the Water, 634
  • Mowat, Mr., “Thomas Telford and his Work,” 553
  • Mower, Messrs. E. II. Bentall and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Mower Gear, Bamford’s, 10
  • Muoller Motor Carriago, The, 495
  • Multiple Drilling Machine, 527
  • Municipality of Singapore, Tho, 312
  • Municipal Telephony. Mr. A. R. Bennett on, 477
  • Munificent Offer, A, 434, 466 Murdock’s Blowing Engines, 431
  • Murgue, M. D., Less of Head in Air Currents Traversing Underground Workings, 218
  • Mushkaf-Bolan Railway, Section of, to bo Doubled, 13
  • NAIL Factory Piant? 261
  • Naphtha Spring at Grozny, Fresh, 292
  • Napier, Mr. J., Hermite Process of Doodorising
  • Sow’age at Ipswich, 345
  • Narrow Gauge Railway, Crimea, 217
  • Natal-Johannesburg Railway, Opening of the, 457
  • Natal-Transvaal Riilway, Progress of, 501
  • Nathan Co., Temporatures of Wator Delivered ioto Boilers under Varying Steam Pressures, 336
  • National Trado Mark, A, 338
  • Naval Absurdity, A, 59
  • Naval Armaments and Shipbuilding Company,
  • Blecbynden Express Boilers, 406
  • Naval Engineering Personnel, Numbers of the, 192
  • Naval Engineer Appointment?, 118,148, 156, 231, 263, 333,409, 496, 528, 599, 625, 647
  • Naval Power, Influence of Quick-fire Guns on, 519
  • Naval Proving Ground, Indian Head, The United States, 225, 232, 233
  • Naval Warfare, Dangers in, Resulting from Quick-fire Guns, 525
  • Navigation, North Germany, Inland, 101
  • Navigation of the Thames, 553
  • Navy Department, Bids for Rapid-fire Gun Forgings Opened at, 405
  • Navy, Engineer Personnel of the, 208
  • Naylor and McCallum, Messrs., On the Rjyton Sewage Works, 46
  • Neele, Mr. G. P., His Successor Appointed, 105
  • Neilson and Co., Messrs., Fourteen Locomotives for Scotland, 217
  • Neilson and Co., Messrs., Goods Engines and
  • Tenders for the Cape Government Railways (Supplement, November 22ud, 1895), 497. 510
  • Neuhau8en Aluminium Company, On the Use of Carbide of Calcium for Carbnretting, 405
  • New “ Centurion,” The, 437, 529 Newark Buffer, Tho, 116
  • Newport Harbour Commissioners’ Weekly Trade
  • Report, 26, 50, 74, 96, 123. 149, 171, 197, 244, 272, 296, 320, 349, 375, 398, 420, 142, 468, 490, 514, 511, 562, 602, 630
  • New South Wales Government Railways and
  • Tramways, 462, 463, 475
  • Now South Wales, Permanent Way in, 13
  • New’ South Wales, Railways of, 411
  • New South Wales, Water Supply and Consumption, 286
  • New York Central Railway Company, Average Speed Maintained, 263
  • Now York Central Railway, Fast Runs on tho, 328, 369
  • New York Central Railway, in Leslie's Hcebli/, 554
  • New York Central Railroad, Fast Train on the, 328
  • Now York, Disposition of tbo Garbage, Ashes, Street Sweepings, &c., of, 217
  • New York, Mi'eage of Paved Streets in, 13
  • New’ York State, Iron Oro in the, 13
  • Now Zealand Iron Sand, 396
  • Nowall-Cunuiugbam Sheep Shearing Machine, Riyal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Newfoundland, Captain Cook on The Industrial Resources of, 595
  • Newfoundland, Coal in, 156
  • Niagara Gorge Now Suspension Bridge Projected over the, 87
  • Niagara, Harnessing, 236
  • Niagara Power Company, The, 460
  • Niagara Power Company, First Electric Power Transmitted to a Manufactory, 13
  • Niagara Power Works, 170
  • Niagara Pulveriser, The, 358
  • Niagara River, Discharge of, Ascertained by Surface Floats, 382
  • Nicaragua Canal, 263, 580
  • Nickel Steel, The Troublo with, 595
  • Nickel Steel, Mr. Wiggin on, 199, 219
  • Nicsko, Mr. Alwin, Method of Preventing Scale in Boilers, 336
  • Nile Barrago, The, 427, 432, 504
  • Nuttalfs Churn, 11
  • No Engineer over Forty need Apply, 290 No Matter, 66
  • Normand Torpedo Boat “ Forban,’’ High Speed Trial of the, 554
  • Normal Hexace, Messrs. Thomas and Young cn, 595
  • “ Normal ” Powder, 62
  • Normandy’s Improved Patent Distilling Apparatus at Aden, 25
  • North Bitchburn Coal Company’s Exhibition of Fire clay Goods, &c.f at The Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 9
  • North British Railway Companj’s Report, 336
  • North British Railway Line, Doubling of Section of, 192
  • North British Rubber Company v. The Gormully and Jeffery Manufacturing Company, 537
  • North-Eastern Railway, Brake Trials on tho, 304 334
  • North-Ei8tcrn Railway, Diagram Showing Relations of Road to Blast Pipe Action, 291
  • North-Eastern Railway, Express Locomotive (Supnh-meiif, S>/itiniliir 20///, 1895), 291
  • North-Eastern Railway, Smith’s Combined Piston and Relief Valves, 173
  • North-Eastern Railway Company, Half-yearly Report of, 113
  • North-Eastern Railway Company, Short Supply of Wagons Furnished by, 501
  • North of England, 25, 49, 76, 95, 121, 147, 169, 195, 221, 243, 271, 295, 321, 347, 373, 397, 443, 467, 491, 515, 539, 563, 603, 629, 649
  • North German Lloyd Steamer, Lengthening of the, 143
  • North London Railway Company, Half-yearly Report of the, 143
  • North London Railway Company, New Chairman, 613
  • North Malabar, Railway Extension in, 35
  • North Metropolitan Tramways Company v. tbo London County Council, 625
  • North River Bridge Company, Anchorage Foundations in Proce«s of Excavation, 87
  • North Soa and Baltic Canal, Dredgers and Excavators on the, 110, 116, 136
  • North Sea and Billie Canal, Electric Lighting of, 192
  • North Soa and Bi’tic Canal, Limit of Draught of Vessels Permit'ed to Uso tho, 13
  • North Sea and Baltic Canal, Steam Hopper Birgos, 415
  • North Sea and Baltic Canal, Time of Passage and Traffic through, 13, 35
  • North Soa and Baltic Canal Railway Swing Bridge, Rendsburg, 127, 142
  • “ North-West,” Belleville Boilers of The Like Steamer, Condemned, 382
  • Northern of France Riilway, Rolling Stock Experiments on, 90
  • Northern Railway, The New’, 365
  • Northern Railway Projects, 533
  • Norwegian Government, Tenders of Steel Riils and Fish Plates Called for by the, 611
  • Norwegian State Railways, Copies of Drawings and Conditions of Tender for the Rolling Stock Required by, on View, 369
  • Notes from Germany, 26, 50, 76, 96, 122, 148, 170, 196, 222, 244, 272, 296, 322, 318, 374, 398, 420, 411, 468, 492, 516, 510, 564, 604, 630, 650
  • Notes from Lancashire, 25, 48, 75. 95,120, 146, 195, 220, 242, 271, 295, 321, 346, 372, 396, 418, 442, 466, 490, 514, 539, 563, 602, 628, 648
  • Notice to Correspondents, 15, 41, 65, 89, 111, 137, 161. 185, 211, 234, 261, 287, 311, 337, 363, 389, 411, 435, 459, 483, 507, 531, 555, 597, 618, 643
  • Notes from Scotland, 26, 50, 76, 96, 122, 148, 222, 244, 272, 296, 322, 348, 374, 398, 444, 468, 492, 516, 540, 564, 603, 629, 650
  • Notes and Memoranda, 13, 35,59, 87, 105, 143, 160, 192, 217, 234, 266, 286, 309, 336, 369, 382, 405, 431, 457, 477, 501, 525, 554, 595, 641
  • Nottinghamshire Coalfields, New Line Projected from Scarborough, 309
  • OBSERVATORY on the Brocken, Prof. Assmann, 336
  • Obituary : —
  • Craggs, Mr. Wm., 525
  • Denny, Dr. Peter, 187, 192
  • Fraser, Mr. Alexander, 414
  • Haggio, Mr. David, 457
  • Harland, Sir Eiw’ard James, 645
  • Howard, Mr. Charles, 382
  • Mitchell, Dr. Chas., 213
  • Smith, Mr. Thos. West, 369
  • Stirling, Mr. Patrick, 485
  • Tweddoll, Mr. Ralph Hart, 237
  • Yost, Mr. G. W. N., 431
  • “ Ocean Greyhounds,” The French Admiralty and, 87
  • Ocean Liners, Regular Speed of, 17
  • Ochre in Wales, Discovery of a Stratum of, 13
  • Oil-burning Apparatus, Equipment of South
  • Pacific Company’s Engines with, 234
  • Oil Blast Lamp, An Improved, Mr. Jas. McDonald, 534
  • Oil Engines at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show’, 7, 61
  • Oil Fuel for Pumping Engines, 597
  • Oil Launches, Rhapsody on, 34
  • Oil Motor Carriages—see Motor Carriages Oil Tanks for India Eist Coast Railway, 489 Oil, Rise in Price of Burning, 105
  • Oil Tank, Safety, 641
  • Okehampton Artillery Practice, 365
  • Old Ago Pensions, Welsh Coalowners and the, 194
  • Oldest Engino Driver in the World, The, 525, 550
  • Ollefen, Mr. Van, Bulkhead Door aud Gear, 5
  • Olszswtki, Professor, his Statements as to Boiling Point and Critical Temperature of Hydrogen, 382
  • Onnes, Professor, Oa the Propagation of Electrical Waves in Water, 525
  • Onnes, Professor, On the Variation with Temperature of the Hall Effect in Bismuth, 525
  • Ootacamuud, Filling of Lake at, 192
  • Opalite, The National Opalite Glazed Buck and Tile Syndicate, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Opera Glass, The Card Case, 511
  • Ordnance Bench Mark, 333
  • Ordnance Datum, 360
  • Ordnance, The Burke Electric System for Operating, 266
  • Ordnance, Conversion of Naval, 160
  • Ordnance, E evating and Depressing Gear for Heavy, 143
  • Ordnance, New Quick-firing, tried in Franco, 309
  • Ordnance, Value of Quick-fire, 620
  • Ordnance and Warships, New Designs in, 471
  • Organ Blowing, An Experiment in, 284
  • Organ, The Hope-Jones Electric, 5C2
  • Oriental Flour Trade, Possibilities of an, 405
  • “Oroya,” The, 12
  • Orwell Works, Tho, 254
  • Osmotic Phenomena, M. F. M. Raoult on, 160
  • Ossett Sewage Extension Works, 87
  • Otay Darn, San Diego, California, Dimensions of the, 501
  • Olis Elovating Railway, Tho, 472
  • Otis Elevator in the Manhattan Insurance Building, New York. 478, 479, 498, 499, 506
  • Ouse Navigation, The, 371
  • Overhead Electric System of Tramway Traction to bo triod in Birmingham, 613
  • Overhead Electric Tramway System in The Midlands, 405
  • Overhead Railway from Waterloo Station, Projected, 266
  • Overhead System, The, 647
  • Overhead Trolley Line in Washington, Changes on the, 525
  • Overtime, Engineers’ Dispute at Stockton and Mildksbrough C nicer n'og, 286
  • Overtime in The Keyham Torpedo Shop, 192
  • Oxidation, Protecting Metal from, 217
  • Oxygen, Cheap, 337
  • Oxygen, Commercial Manufacture of Liquid Air and, 325
  • Oxygon System of Dealing with Sewage, 374
  • PADDLE Boats, Horse-propelled, 505
  • Paddle Engines, Compound, and Ship Steering Gear, Messrs. Bow, McLaeh^an, and Co., 482, 489
  • Paint for Iron, A, 286
  • Paints for Coating Iron made from Tar, 431
  • “Palawan,” The New Peninsular and Oriental s.s., 234
  • Palaz, M., Advantages of Electric Light from the Standpoint of Coolness, 160
  • Pallion-yard, Bell and Rocliffo’s Plato Joggling Machine, 19
  • Palmer, Messrs., Accident in their Shipyard, 160
  • Palmer, Mr., His Appointment, 477 Panama Canal, The, 647
  • Panama Canal, The Star and J braid on the, 431
  • Paper and other Pressed Pulp Manufacturers? 41
  • Paper Pulp to stop Leaks in Iron Pipes, Use of, 336
  • Paper Pulp Trade, Particulars Relative to tho, 501
  • Parabola, To Draw a, 538
  • Paris, Electric Main», 197
  • Paris, Increaso in Numhor of Passengers Arriving at and Leaving The St. Lazare Terminus, 309
  • Paris Railway Collision, St. Lazare Station, 266, 429
  • Paris, Remarkable Accident at Mont Parnasso Station, 405
  • Paris, Sanitary Exhibition in, 71
  • Paris, Sewerage Works in, 142
  • Pari? Soc'été d’Encouragomont, Prizes and Medals Awarded by, 105
  • Park, Mr., on Rolling Stock for Express Trains, 2
  • Parker and Co.’s Electric Light Works, Wolverhampton, Visited, 178
  • Parmiter and Co., Messrs. P. J., Harvesting Implements at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11
  • Parrot, Navigation of the River, 438
  • Parret, Steps towards the Improvement of tho, 405
  • Parry and Adoney, Messrs., Oxygen System of Dealing with Sewage, 374
  • Passenger Traffic on South Indian Railways, 66
  • Patents Applied lor in the United States, 336
  • Petroleum Road Carriages, 12
  • Petroleum, Roumanian, 197
  • Petroleum, Transport of, 137
  • Peugeot Freres Road Carriage, 36
  • Philadelphia Engineers' Club Turbines, M. Geyelin, 12
  • Philadelphia Terminal Station, Cost of, 613
  • Phonograph, A Portable, 613
  • Phonograph, Ueo of the, for Detecting the Defective Condition of a Waterworks Pump, 336
  • Phonographic Traces, Enlargements of, 156
  • Phosphorescence, How it is Affected by Cold and Heat, 336
  • Phosphorus, Red instead of White, to be Tried at the French State Match Factories, 477
  • Photo Chronograph, Polarising, United States Experiments with, 240
  • Photography in Natural Colours, Cros and Ducos, du Hauron’s Method, 641
  • Photography, Recoil of Guns Recorded by, 612
  • Physical Instruments, Suspensions for, 431
  • Physical Properties of Cast Iron, Tests of the, 219
  • Physical Properties of Iron and Steel, 559
  • Picklo3 and Sons, Messrs., Telegraph Post Shaping, 441
  • Pickling on Iron and Steel, Iotlucnce of, 261
  • Pictet, Mr. Raoul, How Temperature Affects Phosphorescence, 336
  • Pictet, M., On the Influence of Low Temperatures on Permanent Magnets, 266
  • Piers, Marine Pleasure, 620
  • Pig Iron Production, United States, 405
  • Pig Iron Production in Upper Silesia, 105
  • Pig lion Production, Weekly Total, 554
  • Pig Iron turned out by German Blast Furnaces, 309
  • Pig Iron, Weekly Capacity of all the Furnaces Making. 382
  • Pig Iron Works in and outsido Middlesbrough, 382
  • Pig Iron, World’s Production of, 160
  • Pillar Water Crane, 401
  • Pilot Eng'nes, 434, 466
  • Pipes from Electrolytic Corrosion, Protectiog, 143
  • Pipes, Flange Joints on Copper, 617
  • Pipes, Mr. N. N. Mitra’s Table far Facilitating Calculation of Discharge Velocity and Diameter of, by D’Arcy’s Formula, 118
  • Pitching Propeller Blades, 490
  • Plansifter, Mr. Carl Haggentnacher, R.A.S., 44
  • Plate Joggling Machine, Messrs. Bell and Rock liffe’s, 19
  • Plate Trimming Machine, Firo-box, 214
  • Plating Ships, Bell and Rockliffe’s System of, 19
  • Platinum or other Back Coating of Metals ? 65
  • Platinum Thermometer, On a Direct Reading, 525
  • Plenty and Sons, Messrs., Compound Engines, London Electric Supply Company, 618
  • Plocq, M., Brakes for Light Railways, 29, 54
  • Plough, Messrs. Ransomos, Sims, and Jefferies, 11, 12
  • Plough, Three-Furrow, Mr. J. Shore’s, 10
  • Pneumatic Conveyors for Light Goods ? 89 Polarisation, Galvanic. 234
  • IMuisation of the Light emitted by Incandescent Bodies, The, 457
  • Polarising Photo-Chronograph, United States Experiments with s, 240
  • Patents, Object for which The Patont Office Exists, 554
  • Paterson, Mr. Malcolm, The Eiland Sewage and Outfall Works. 431
  • Paved Streets in Now York, Mdeago of, 13 Paving Blocks, Improved Asphalt, 59 Paving, New’ Form of Asphalt, 266
  • Peacho’s High Speed Engine, 550
  • Pearl’s Spindle Oil { 459
  • Pear«on, Mr. F. H., On Inquiries,Tenders, Specifications, and Contracts for Steamships and thoir Machinery, 430
  • Pearson, Mr. H. W., On the Creation and Development of the Steam Engine, 468
  • P.el, Yiscjunt, On Tec’, uical EJucatj n, 613
  • Peipers, M., Method of Ascertaining Percentage of Carbon in Steel, 87
  • Pekin to South China, Railway from, under Consideration, 192
  • Pekin to Tientsin, New Double Line from, 613
  • Peking and Tientsin Railway from, 595
  • Pendulum-Chronoscope, or Timing Instrument, 105
  • “Pendulum Plansifter,” Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12
  • “ Penguin,” I)3ep Sounding obtained by II. M.S., 382
  • Ponhard and Lovassor’s Petroleum Carriage, 32,36
  • P. and 0. s.s. “Sundra”and “ Sumatra,” Launch of the New, 13
  • Penney and Co.’s Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society* 8 Show, 11
  • Pennsylvania Heat, Light, aud Power Company obtains a Franchise, 554
  • Pennsylvania, New L;ne in, 286
  • Pennsylvania Riilway, Comparative Efficiency and Economy of Steam and Electricity, 59
  • Periyar Irrigation Works, Opening of, 382
  • Permanent Way Containing Large Percentage of Carbon, 59
  • Permanent Way, Flange Riils and Metal Sleepers, 505, 529
  • Permanent Way, High Railway Speeds and, 532
  • Permanent Way in India, Length of Timber Sleepers Reduced, 231
  • Permanent Way, Metal Sleepers, 409
  • Permanent Way in New South Wales, 13
  • Permanent Way, Places in, Requiring Special Attention, M. Sabouret on, 2
  • Permanent Way Pot Sleepers, 39
  • Permanent Way, Steel, 478
  • Permanent Way, Steel, for The Norwegian Government, 641
  • Permanent Way, Vignoles and Bullheaded, 360
  • Permanent Way, Wear of a 53 lb. Steel Rail, 613
  • Perry, Professor John, Principles of Thermodynamics, 387
  • Persian Government Riilway to Connect Teheran, &c., with the Trans-Caucasian Railway, 217
  • Peruvian Railways, Most Celebrated of the, 59
  • Peterhead Harbours, 546, 616
  • Peterhead, Improvement of the Harbour, 546,616
  • Petersen and McDonald’s Water-tube Boiler, 366
  • Petroleum in Algiers, 517
  • Petroleum, The Austrian Minister of Finance’s Report on, 192
  • Petroleum Boring in Java, 405
  • Petroleum in CoDgo, 595
  • Petroleum Export from Russia, 431
  • Petroleum Road Carriages, 32, 36, 252, 317—see Motors
  • Petroleum inGalicia and R ussia, Production of, 192
  • Petroleum Oils, R9-appointmont of the Committee on the Question of, 13
  • Port between Brussels and Laeken, New, 554
  • Port Talbot Railway, Extension of the, 457
  • Ports, French Channel, to bo Improved, 613
  • Ports of Ipswich and Harwich, Improvements in, 401
  • Portable Oil Engines— see Engines, Portable Oil
  • Portable Railway, Exporimont with Single Line, 13
  • Portishead Sewerage, 86
  • Portsmouth, Electric Tramway into, 234
  • Positive Water Meter Now, 339
  • Postage Stamp Allixer, A, 368
  • Postal Cars, New York, Too New, 595
  • Post-oflice Telephone VVires Opened for Use, 76
  • Pot Sleepers, 39
  • Potato Digger, Haslam and Maudsley’s, 10
  • “ Potosi,” the Largest Sailing Vessel in the World, The, 266, 369
  • “ Pothuan,” The French Armoured Cruiser, 222
  • Powder, “ Normal,” 62
  • Power Gas Plant, Mr. B. II. Th waits, 3
  • Powor Lost in Slide Valve Friction, 602
  • “Powerful,” Launch of II.M.S., 87
  • Practical Steam Engineering, 39
  • Preservation of Timber, 138, 209
  • Press, Hydraulic, Messrs. Greenwood and Batley, 44
  • Press, Hay and Straw, Barford and Perkins’, 9
  • Press, Hay and Straw, Edwards’, 10
  • Press, the Hydraulic Copying, 39
  • Pressure, Average, under which Man can Work, 13
  • Pressure of a Gas, Influence of The Size of Particles on the, 617
  • Prestatyn, New Station at, 263
  • Preston and the Ribble, 403
  • Preston Station, Board of Trade Report on The Accident at, 87
  • Pretoria Railway Extension to Pietersburg, 309
  • Prevention of Scale in Boilers, 336
  • Price, Limited, Messrs. George, Banker’s Strong Room, 336
  • Private Bills in Parliament, Forthcoming, 595
  • Private Bills in Scotland, Session 1896, 610
  • Prizjs for Motor Carriage Competitions, New, 164, 168, 185
  • Producer, The Day of the Groat, 288
  • Projectiles, Electric Method of Determining Velocity of, 266
  • Projectiles, English and American, 317
  • Projectiles, Experiments with Driggs-Schroeder 6 lb. Shells, 35
  • Projectiles and 75-Centim3tre Gun, New French, 105
  • Propellers, Fans and Air, 435
  • Propellers, Reversible, and the Accident on Board the “ Aquila,” 87
  • Propellers Reversing Screw, 454
  • Propeller Shafts of Large Steamships, Great Strains on, 309
  • Propelling Machinery of the “Andromeda,” 468
  • Propelling Machinery of the “ Samoyed,” 361, 362
  • Propulsion, Hydraulic, 396
  • Proportioning Cylinders for Compound Engines, 345
  • Provis, Mr. J., On the Uso of Seaweed in The Extraction of Gold, 595
  • Prussian Ship Canal, Cost of the Projected, 266
  • Prussian State Railway, Locomotives Ordered by, 160
  • Puddling of IroD, On the Direct, Mr. E. Bonehil], 176
  • “ Paflwg Billy,” The Old Locomotive, 525
  • Pulley Problem ? A, 161
  • Pullman Cars on The Brighton Railway, New Train of, 501
  • Pullman, Mr., Works near Shanghai, 501
  • Pulveriser, The Niagara, 358
  • Pamps, Air and Circulating, for 3000 IIor.-.e
  • Power Mill Engines, 140, 164
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, Driven by Gas Engines, 405
  • Pump with Constant Discharge, 245
  • Pump, Drum Air, with Jet Condenser, 189
  • Pump, The Marsh Steam, 193
  • Pump, A New High-lift, 646
  • Pumping Engines, Oil Fuel for, 597
  • Pumping Engines, Leicester Waterworks (Supplement, December 6M, 1895), 530, 553
  • Pumping Machinery, Gas Engine, 264
  • Pumping Machinery, Horse Power, 250
  • Pumping Problem, A, 490, 505
  • Punching and Shearing Machinery, Mr. John Cameron, 614
  • Punjab, Railways in the, 59
  • Purification of Polluted and Softening of Hard Water, 489
  • Purifying Water, 580
  • Puteaux, Leather Tires iastead of India Rubber for Army Cycles, 87
  • Pyro-Bronz), Strength of, 515
  • ‘ QUAIL,” Liunch of the, A New Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 309
  • Quick-acting Brake, 396, 409, 466
  • “Queen of the North,” s.s. (Supplement, November 1st, 1895), 55, 426
  • Quetta, Coal Mines in, 234
  • Q ïetta, New Railway to, 336 Quick-fire Guns, 471
  • Quick-fire Guns, Danger to High Men-of-War’s Chimneys, 525
  • Quick-firing Gun, French Naval Authorises’ Experiments with New, 309
  • Quick-fire Guns on Naval Power, Influence of, 519
  • Quick-firing Guns. Tests of Small, 623
  • Quick-fire Guns, Value of, 602, 620
  • RACE to the North, Tho, 142, 166, 21
  • Racing at Sea, The French Admiralty’s Bill to put an End to, 87
  • Radial Cursor, Mr. F. W. Lanchester on the, 431
  • Radial Drill, Soho Foundry, 426
  • Rail Elevation in the United States, 641
  • Rail Guards, 634
  • Rails of Largo Sections, How to Secure Durable, 478
  • Rail Molted by Electric Current, 286
  • Railway Accidents, Octignies in Belgium, and
  • Herne Bay Station, 369
  • Railway Accidents in India, 87
  • Railway Accident in Paris, Singular, 405, 429
  • Railway Accidents in the United Kingdom, Parliamentary Return of, 405
  • Railway Accidents in the United Kingdom iu 1895, 540
  • Railway Activity in Russia, 390
  • Railway, The Adam’s Bridge, 90, 104
  • Railway Administration in Victoria, from the General Public Service, Proposed Separation of the, 309
  • Railway Axles, Mr. Toomas Andrews on, 456
  • Railway Block, Tno “Sure-Grip,” 11
  • Railway Brakes, Light, M. Plocq, 29, 51
  • Railway Brakes—see Brakes
  • Railway Bridges which ought to be Examined, 595
  • Railway Bridges, Superstructure of, 391, 395, 416-418
  • Railway Bridge ovor the Weichscl at Dirschau, 548, 551, 552
  • Railway Bridges—also Bridges, Railway Railway Cable, Inc ined, P.ospect Mountain, ^1. x* ., 8/
  • Railway, The Central London, 22, 42 Railway, Cliy Cross, 430
  • Railway Companies, The New Coal Contract
  • Rites, A Boon to, 16 Railway Congress, The:—
  • Acceleration of Transport of Merchandise, Mr. Lambert, 29
  • Boilers, Fire Boxes and Tubes, Mr. Edward Sauvago, 1
  • Brakes for Light Railways, M. Plocq, 29, 51
  • Cartage and Delivery, Mr. Twelvetrees, 55
  • Contributivo Traffic, Mr. de Backer, 55
  • Electric Traction, M. René Auvert. 19, 29, 47
  • Express Locomotives, Discussion of Mr. Aspinall’s Paper on, 1
  • General zVdoption of the Decimal System in Calculations Relating to The Construction and Working of Railways, Mr. T. L. Wilkinson, 29
  • Junctions, M. Zanotta, 29
  • Metallic Bridges, Construction and Tests of,
  • Mr. Edler von Leber, 30 Places in Permanent Way Requiring Special
  • Attention, M. Sibouret, p. 5z4, Juno, 1895, and p. 2, July 5tb, 1895
  • Relaxation of Normal Requirements for Light
  • Railways, Mr. Ilumphreys-Owen and Mr. P. W. Meik, 55
  • Rolling Stock for Express Train* », Mr. Park, 2 Signals—Supplementary Communication, 31 Station Working, Mr. Richter and Mr. Turner,
  • 55
  • Riilway Companies in the U.S.A , Dispute between, 59
  • Railway, The Defects of American, 319
  • Railway Economics, Mr. Acworth on, 405
  • Railway Economics, 460, 476
  • Railway Enterprise in India, 595
  • Railway Enterprise in the North and Midlands, Progress of, 266
  • Royal Engineer’s Incompetency, Latest Instance of, 217
  • Railways, Electric, Traction on, 186
  • Railway Extension, Cape Colony, 382
  • Railway Ferry Steamer for the Volga, 284
  • Railway Freighters’ Complaints. The Walsall Chamber of Commerce and, 431
  • Railway, Glasgow Central, 403
  • Railways, Government, and Locomotive Coal, 509
  • Railway, History of The Metropolitan, 289, 326 327, 545
  • Railways, Hours of Work on, 509
  • Railways, Indian, Passenger Traffic on, 66
  • Railway Jubilee, The Caledonian, 89
  • Railways, Light, Mr. G. Whiteside on, 382
  • Railways, Light, on Highways, 288
  • Railway, The London and Greenwich, 39
  • Railway, London and North-Western, 461
  • Railways in Malaya, 93
  • Railway Material for The Brazilian Government Ordered in England, 192
  • Railway Material, Japan and British, 163
  • Railway Matters, 13, 35, 59, 87,105, 143, 160,192» 217, 234, 266, 286, 309, 336, 369, 382, 405, 431, 457, 477, 501, 525, 554, 595, 641
  • Railway, The Midland, 142
  • Railway Mileage in Western Australia, 13
  • Railway, New London and South Wales, 459, 500
  • Railway, The New Northern, 365
  • Railways of New South Wales, 411
  • Railway Projects, Northern, 533
  • Railway Pace, The, 1 12, 166,203,211,216,239, 259, 292
  • Railway Race to Aberdeen, Mr. C. Rous-Marton, 125 173
  • Railway Race, The End of the, Mr. C. Rjus- Marten, 203, 239
  • Railway Rate Conference to be held at Chester, 645
  • Railway Rates in Britain and America, Mr. A. Carnegie on the Difference in, 309
  • Railway Runs, L'mg, 261, 292, 317, 505, 538
  • Railway Run, The Longest ou Racord, 505, 538
  • Railway Signals, 31, 239
  • Railway, The Simplon, 639
  • Railway, Single Lino Portable, Experiment with, in France, 13
  • Railways in South Wales, New, 528
  • Railway Speeds, 191
  • Railway Swing Bridge at Rendsburg, 127, 142
  • Railways and Tracks, American, 391
  • Railways and Tramways, New South Wales Government, 462, 463, 475
  • Railway Travellers in United States, England, and France, Proportion of Killed to the Number of, 87
  • Railways in tbo United States, 1894, Statistics of the, 577
  • Railways in the United States, a Fiscal Year’s Income and Expenditure of, 613
  • Railway Unpunctuality, 287
  • Railway Viaduct, Pennsylvania, 641
  • Railways in Victoria, Projected Reforms, 160
  • Railways, Working of the, 16, 311
  • Railway Working, Changes in Cost of, 163
  • Railway Working, Irish, 139
  • Railway Working, Scottish, 237
  • Rainfall at Athens, M. D. Eginitis on the, 613
  • Rainfall for the First Half of 1895, 35
  • Rainfall in June and July, 1895, 105,192
  • Rainfall for Week ending July 26th, 87
  • Rainfall of August at West Molesey and Surbiton, 554
  • Rainfall of October, 554
  • Rainforth and Son’s Tipping Cart, R>yal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Ram “Katahdin,” The, 595, 613
  • Ramie Cloth, Sails of, 240
  • Randell, Mr. F., Tumble Sanitary and other Carts, 11
  • Ransome, Mr. J. Stafford, Report on the Engineering Strikes at Belfast and on The Clyde, 559
  • Ransome and Co., Messrs., A Horizontal Band Saw, 23, 32
  • Ransome and Rapier, Messrs., Long Span Sluices over the Clyde, 334
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Deep Stirring Aerating Plough, 11, 12
  • Raoult, M. F. M., Osmotic Phenomena, 160
  • Raphael, Mr. John, “How Railways are Run: The Great Western Railway,” 74
  • Rapid-firing Guns, Tests of, 623
  • “ Rapide,” First Passage of The New Channel Steamer, 192
  • Rates on United States Railways, Freight, 477
  • Rathmore, The Right Hon. Lord, Chairman of
  • the North London Railway Company, 613
  • Rattlesnakes, Work on a Railway in South Carolina Hindered by, 217
  • Raw Ilido Pinions? 619
  • Riworth’s Flexible Coupling, Leicester Electricity Works, 57
  • Rayleigh, Lord, and Professor W. Ramsay Receive the First Hodgkin’s Prize for their Memorandum on Argon, 501
  • Recoil of (runs Recorded by Photography, 612 Redcar Boiler Explosion, 72,81,108, 166, 189, 216 Redcar Ironworks Explosion, The Board of Trade
  • Inquiry, 72, 81
  • Refractory Mixture to Endure the Highest Temperatures, 59
  • Refractory Substance, Apyrite, A Now, 191
  • Refuse, On the Harvesting of, and the Generation of Steam, 651
  • Regnault, M., A Dry Cell, 59
  • Renault Dry Cell, The, 217
  • Rendsburg, Railway Swing Bridge at, 127, 142
  • “Renown,” H.M.S., 485 “ Renown ” Sea-water Distiller, The, 353
  • Reservoirs in the Madras Presidency for Irrigation Purposes, 160
  • Resistance of a Diaphragm, Meaning of the Expression, 525
  • Reversible Propellers, Advantages of the Use of, 87
  • Reversing Screw Propellers, 454
  • Revolution Indicator, A New, 547
  • Rhone Valley Floods, Damago Caused by the, 525
  • Ribble Pollution Committee, 154
  • Ribble, Preston and the, 403
  • Rice and Rich’s Self-operating Forge, 105
  • Richards, Mr. J. W., On the Resistance to Corrosion of Light Aluminium Alloys, 87
  • Richter and Turner, Messrs., On “Station Working,” 55
  • Rifle, New, in Japan, 309
  • Riley, Mr. Jas., Modern Steel Works Machinery, 100, 126
  • Ritchie, Mr., and L:ght Railways on the Continent, 431
  • Rivalry of the United States, 390
  • River and Canal Navigation in Russia, 59
  • Riveter, Tweddell’s Combination, 193
  • Road Carriages, 12, 35, 36, 38, 63, 189, 211, 215,
  • 216,252,281, 283, 290, 314, 315, 317, 389, 414, 418, 466, 490, 495, 514, 524
  • Road Carriage Competition, The Engineer 1000 Guinea, 15, 41, 161, 185, 211, 235, 459, 483, 507, 531
  • Road Carriages in France, Self-propelled, 36
  • Road Carriage, 1827, Mr. Gurney’s, 215
  • Road Carriages, Hancock’s Steam, 290
  • Road Carriages, Mechanical, 35, 38, 63, 216, 466
  • Road Carriages, Petroleum, 12, 252, 317
  • Road Carriages, Self-propelled, 161,168, 185,189,
  • 211,235, 239, 259, 281, 283, 290, 314, 315, 331, 334, 389, 408, 409, 434, 454, 476, 505, 616
  • Road Carriages, Self-propelled, Memorial to the President of the Local Government Board Concerning, 211
  • Road Carriages, Self-propelled, Memorial to Parliament Concerning, 161, 168, 185 Road Carriages, Traction Engines and Self-propelled, 189, 211
  • Road Carriage, Steam, 281—283, 314—315
  • Road Carriages at Tunbridge Wells, Self-propelled, 389
  • Road Improvements in Morris Co., N.J., 143
  • Road Repairing Plant, A Modern, 511
  • Road Roller, Improved Compound, Messrs. C. Burrell and Co., 579
  • Road Sweeping Machino, Coleman and Morton’s, 11
  • Robert Bessemer Process, The, 412
  • Robey and Co.’s Fixed Oil and other Engines, 7,8
  • Robey and Co., Messrs., Steel Frame Stamp
  • Battery for Wet Crushing, 252, 253
  • Robinson, Mr. J. R., Hay and Straw Grab, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Robinson and Son, Messrs. Thos., Sleeper Adz:ng and Boring Machine, 103, 104
  • Rock Drills and Boring Machines ? Book on, 389
  • “ Rocket,” Leaks in The Boilers of the, 105
  • Rocks, Temperature of, 651
  • Rocks, On The Thermal Conductivity of, 525
  • Roller, Improved Compound Road, Mes?rs. C. Burrell and Co., 579
  • Roller, Steam Road, Messrs. Thos. Green and Sons, 44
  • Rolling of Ships, The, 63, 191, 259
  • Rolling Stock, Buffet Cars on Street Railroads, 143
  • Rolling Stock, Cheshire Lines Committee’s Tenders for, 641
  • Rolling Stock, Lighting and Heating in Belgium, 87
  • Rolling Stock, Electric Lighting of, 524
  • Rolling Stock, Experiments on Northern of France Railway, 90
  • Rolling Stock for Express Trains, Mr. Park on, 2
  • Rolling Stock, Great Northern Railway, 457
  • Rolling Stock for India, Oil Tanks, 489
  • Rolling Stock, Indian, A Long Saloon Carriage, 35
  • Rolling Stock of the South-Eastern Railway, 382
  • Rolling Stock for South Indian Railway, 217
  • Rolling Stock Trade, Our Wolverhampton Correspondent on the, 501
  • Rolling Stock, Use of Aluminium for French, 477
  • Roman Campagna, Parliamentary Paper on the Draining of the, 105
  • Roof, Testing a Brick Arch, 192
  • Ropes and Belts for the Transmission of Power, Comparative Efficiency of, 580, 639
  • Ropes, Wire, Messrs. G. Cradock and Co., 44
  • Rost, Mr. Alfred, New Process for the Manufacture of Transparent Mirrors and Daylight Reflectors, 501
  • Rotherham Sewage Competition, 538
  • Rotterdam Harbour, Plan for Enlargement of, 160
  • Rouen, A National Workmen’s Exhibition, 336
  • Rouen, Port and Inland Waterways, 341
  • Roumanian Petroleum, 197
  • Round Oak Steel Works, The, 322
  • Round Oak Works, West Bromwich, The Earl of Dudley’s, 256, 257, 265
  • Rous-Marten, Mr. C., The Railway Race to Aberdeen, 125, 173, 203, 239
  • Rous-Marten, Mr. C., Remarkable Performances of British Locomotives, 69, 351
  • Rowell-Potter Signals on the Chicago Elevated Railway, 501
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Show Angus and Co’s. Manufactured Leather, 44
  • Bimford’s Mill with Intermediate Gear(irur- trated), 11
  • Bimford’s Mower Gear (Illustrated), 10
  • Birford and Perkins’ Lawn Mower Roller Adjustment (Illustrated), 9
  • Barford and Perkins’ Straw and Hay Press (Illustrated), 9
  • Bentall and Co.’s Mower and Unchokablo Turnip Cutter, 44
  • Boby’s Hay-makers and Corn Dressing Machines, 45
  • Bradford’s Butter Moulding and Drying Machine, 45
  • Britannia Co’s. Oil Engino (Illustrated), 8
  • Carter’s Wheel Construction, 44
  • Carter Bros.’ Fixed Oil Engine (Illustrated), 7, 8
  • Catalogues Issued by, 45
  • Cheeld’s Centrifugal Churn (Illustrated), 9
  • Coleman and Morton’s Sanitary Tumbler Cart (Illustrated), 10
  • Cradoek’s Water Gauge Protector, 45
  • Cradock and Co’s. Wire Ropes, 44
  • Crozier, Stephens and Co.’s Vortical Boiler with Various Special Fittings, 45
  • Denton’s Horse and Cattle Automatic Feeder, 45
  • Edwards’ Hay and Straw Press (Illustrated),
  • Fletcher Bros, and Co.’s Sheep Dipping Apparatus, 45
  • Follows and Bates’ “ Handy ” Grindstone, 45
  • Green and Sons’ Steam Road Roller, 44
  • Greenwood and Batley’s Exhibits, 44
  • Haggenmacher’s Plansifter, 44
  • Haslam and Maudsley’s Potato Digger (Illustrated), 10
  • Heintz Trap, The, 45
  • Howe’s Sacs Turner, 41
  • McDowall’s Sack Holder, 44
  • Mann and Charlesworth’s Shaft Governor (Illustrated), 9
  • Miscellaneous Implements at, 9, 44
  • Marsden’s Stone Breaker and Elevator (Illue- tratedj, 11
  • Newall-Cunningham Sheep-shearing Machine, 45
  • Opalite, 45
  • Rainforth and Son’s Tipping Cart, 44
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies’ Deep Stirring Aerating Plough, 11
  • Robey and Co. ’s Fixed Oil Engine (Illustrated), 7, 8
  • Robinson’s Hay and Straw Grab, 45
  • Sinclair and Co.’s “ Comot” Lamp, 44
  • Steam, Oil, and Gas Engines at tbe, 7
  • Strawson’s Seven-row Sprayer (Illustrated), 10
  • Waldo and Son’s Butter Worker, 45
  • Wells Bros.’ Governor (Illustrated), 8
  • Wilmot and Co.’s Galvanised Corrugated Iron and Steel Articles, 45
  • Royal Blue Line, Single Driver Engino for the, 192
  • Royal Dockyards, The Shipwrights and tbe Fitters of the, 286
  • Royal Institution:—
  • Christmas Courso of Lectures on Sound, Hearing and Speech, by Professor John Gray McKendrick, 489
  • New Members Elected, 553
  • Royal Mails, Motor Carriages for, 617
  • Royal Meteorological Society, The :—
  • Experiment Illustrating tl.e Formation cf the Tornado Cloud, Mr. W. H. Dines, 501
  • Origin of tbe Cold Weather Storms of 1893 in India and the Character of The Air Movement on the Indian Seas and Equatorial Belt, &c., Mr. J. Eliot, 501
  • Somo of The I)ilTorenco3 betweon Fogs as Related to the Weather Systems which Accompany them, Mr. R. II. Scott, 625
  • Royal School of Minos, List of Associatcsbips, Royal Scholarships, and Prizes Awarded in Session 1894-95, 140
  • Royal Scottish Society of Arts: - Electricity in The Dwelling, Lord Kingsburgh,
  • 623
  • Improved Oil Blast Lamp, Mr. Jas. McDonald on, 534
  • Royal Society, Tiik:—
  • Elïect of Pressure of The Surrounding Gas on
  • tbe Temperature of tbo Crater of an Electric Arc Light, Mr. W. E. Wilson, 143
  • Medals Awarded by the Society
  • Royal United Service Institution:— Water-tube Boilers, Mr. F. T. Mitton, 2
  • Royton Sewage Works, Mr. McCallam and Mr. Nay Hr on the, 46
  • Rubber Trade, Bicycles and tho, 478
  • Rubber Blower, The, 5 Rudders, Detachable, 360
  • Rodders, The Maclachlan Patent Detachable, 316
  • Running Lights for Use on Board Ship, Tested by the German Marioe Observatory, 59
  • “Rurik,” The Russian Armoured Cruiser, 521
  • “ Rurik,” Celerity with which she can be Coaled, 554
  • Rusui, Electric Railways desirable for, 1Q2
  • Rassia, Ironworks of South, by Geo. Kamensky, 241, 293
  • Rjssia, L:stof Lines to be Constructed in, 234
  • Russia, Mileage of Navigable Rivers and Canals, 217
  • Russia, New Railways in, 309
  • Russia, Petroleum Export from, 431
  • Russia, Railway Activity io, 390
  • Russia, Trado with, 17
  • Russian Armoured Cruiser “ Rurik.” The, 521,554
  • Russian Government, Dredging Vessel for tbe (Supplement, September 6th, 1895), 238
  • Russian Imperial Yacht “Standart,” Engines for the, 157, 158, 159
  • Russia and Japan as Machinery Markets, 365
  • Russia, Locomotives for, 595
  • Russian Maritime Ports, Sums Spent on their Improvement, 87
  • Russian Orders for Locomotive?, 292
  • Russian Railways, Distance of Stations from Town or Village, 13
  • Russian Rivers and Canals, Tonnage of Goods carried on, 59
  • Russian Sea-going Torpedo Boats to have Numbers, not Names, 431
  • Russian Smokeless Powder, Account of, 525
  • Russian State Riilway, Locomotives for, 234
  • Russian Steam Transport “Samoyed,” Speed Trials of, 181
  • Russian Torpedo Boat Destroyer “Sokol,” The, 209 263
  • Russian Torpedo Destroyer, “ Sokol,” Trial Trip of, 209
  • Russian Towns, Direct Communication for Passengers between London and, 286
  • Russo-Japanese Exhibition, A. 234
  • Rust, the Gesner Method of Protecting Iron and Steel from, 35
  • Rusting, Preventing Tools from, 336 Rutherglen Bridge, 182, 188
  • SABOURET, M., Places in Permanent Way requiring Special Attention, 2
  • Sack Holder, MacDowall p, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Sack Turner, Howe’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Safety Appliances for I/fts, Mr. W. P. Heath on, 381
  • Safety Valve, Steam Pipe, S4
  • “ St. Louis,’’The New American Liner, 13,35,160, 192, 286
  • “St. Louis,” American Lino Steamer, Lirger Funnels for, 286
  • “ St. Louis,” Successful Trial of the, 192
  • “ St. Louis,” Testing of The American Liner, 160
  • St. Louis, U. S. A., Electric Railway Companies in, 87
  • St. Mary Woolnotb, The Vestry of, Oppose the New Bill of the Electric Railway Company, 613
  • Saleve Electric Railway, 73
  • Salford, Electric Lighting of, 166
  • “Salmon,” Repairs of the Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 105
  • Saloon Carriage, with a Long Namo and for a Long Price, 35
  • Salt Deposits of New Iberia, La, Depth of, 525
  • Salt Water on Aluminium, Action of, 309
  • Saltaire Mills, Compound Engiuos, 2£8, 260
  • Saltaire, Eogines at, 285
  • “Samoyed,” Propelling Machinery of the, 361, 362
  • “Samoyed,” Sp9ed Trials of the Russian Steam Transport, 181
  • Samson, Mr. Peter, his Appointment by tbe Board of Trade, 500
  • Saniter, Mr. E. H., New Method for tbe Analysis of Chrome Ore and Ferro Chromium, 177
  • Sanitary Exhibition in Paris, 71
  • Saniter Method at The Krupp Works, Experiments with the, 13
  • Santiago, Concerning the Raising of a Loan for Completion of Railways begun in 1888, 217
  • Sargeant and Company’s “ Corncrake,” 10
  • Sargent’s Patent Combined Compass Trammel, 59
  • Saul. Mr. C J., Steam Launch,‘267
  • Sault St. Marie Canal, Opening of. 168
  • Sauvage, Mr. E., On Boilers, Fire-boxes, and Tubes, 1
  • Saw Machine, Horizontal, 63
  • Saw Mil’s, Shot Gun Feed used in, 266
  • Scale in Boilers. Preventing Formation of, 336
  • Scarborough with the Midlands, New Line to Connect, 309
  • Scheldt, Schemo for Turning the Course of the, 431
  • Schenectady Locomotive Work?, Use of “Steeled Iron,” 286
  • Sehenkor’8 “ Normal ” Powder, 62
  • Sjhenkl, Herr T., Electric Railway up The Gross- glockner, 13
  • Sahiffer and Kirscher, Messrs., Apyrite, 143
  • Schilling, Dr., on the Untransformed Power in a London Gas Holder and the Loss by Electric Transmission, 286
  • Schloesing, jun., Mr., On The Estimation of Argon, 525
  • Schnelle and Schlce’s “Pendulum Plansifter,” R A.S., 12
  • Scbrötor, Herr M., on tbe Commercial Manufacture of Liquid Air and Oxygen, 325
  • Science and Art Department, National Scholarships, Royal Exhibitions, and Free Studentships (Science), 1895, 197
  • Science, Faith in, 216
  • Scientific Filtration, 41
  • Scientific Training of Engineers, 270
  • Scotch Oil Traders, Rise in Price of Burning Oil Docidcd upon by, 105
  • Scotch Shipbuilders, Vessels Launched by, 13
  • Scotland, Private Bills in, Session 1896, 610
  • Scott, Mr., on Storms in The Summer and Winter Half-years, 457
  • Scott, Mr. R. II., on Fogs, 625
  • Scottish Railway Working, 237
  • Screwing Machines at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show’, 12
  • Screw Making Machinery? 185
  • Screw Propellers, Ravorsing, 454
  • Screw Steamers, Fitting Machinery in, 228, 229, 231,379, 448, 522, 524, 543
  • Sea Beach Railroad, Troublo with Bugs on the, 234
  • “Seaford,” Foundering of the, 192, 211
  • Sea Water Distiller, The “ Renown,’’ 353
  • Sea Water Supply for London, Bill for, 525
  • Seaweed to Cyanide Solution in the Extraction of Gold, On the Addition of, 595
  • Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Notices Rsceived by tbe, from Bulgaria, Vienna, and Belgrade for Tenders for Railways, 87
  • Séguio, Mare, Memorial Statue of, 234
  • Seine Basin, Port of Rouen and Waterways of the, 341
  • Seine, Improvement of the Navigation of tbo, 79
  • Selected American Patents, 28, 52, 78, 98, 124, 150, 172, 192, 198, 224, 245, 274, 298, 324, 350, 376, 400, 422, 446, 470, 494, 518, 542, 566, 606, 632, 652
  • Selenium, Electrical Properties of, 35
  • Self-propelled Read Carriages—xee Road Carriages, Self-propelled, also Motor Carriages, Mechanical Read Carriages
  • Self-propelled Carriages, Glasgow and, 509
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, Memorial to the President of the Local Government Board Concerning, 211
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages in Paris, 611
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, Memorial to Parliament Concerning, 161, 168, 185
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages at Tunbridge Wells, 389
  • Self-propelled Traffic Assoc'aticn, The, 599
  • Separators and Churns at The Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11
  • Serve Tubes, 227 Sewage Disposal in France, 251
  • Sewage Extension Works, Ossctt, 87
  • Sewage, llermite Process of Deodorising, 345
  • Sew’age, Oxygen System of Dealing with, 371
  • Sewage Purification, Sir D. Galton on, 254
  • Sewage Schemes, Bowness and Glossop, 205
  • Sewage Works, Eccles Corporation, 178
  • Sewage Works, The Gorton, 488
  • Sewerage Purification Works, Chorloy, 457
  • Sewerage Schemes for Chester-1 e-Street Rural District Council, 250
  • Sewerage Works in Paris, 142
  • Sewerage Works, York, 93
  • Shaft Governor, Mann and Charlesworth’s, 9
  • Shafts, Great Strains on Propeller, 309
  • Shale Oil Industry, 471
  • Shank, Mr. J. W., Device for Saving Water, 579
  • Sharley, Mr. Walter, Proposed Montreal Bridge, 183
  • Shaping Machine, Telegraph Post, 411
  • “Sharpshooter,” Trial of II.M. Torpedo Gunboat, 87
  • “Sharpshooter,” Accident to the Main Steam Pipe of the, 286
  • “ Sharpshooter,” Now Duties of the, 525
  • Sheep Dipping Apparatus, Messrs. Fletcher, Bros, and Co , R.A.S. Show, 45
  • Sheep Shearing Machine, Newall-Cnnningham, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Sheet Iron, Magnetic Tester for, 561
  • Sheffield, Mr. G. H., on some Details of Iron Foundry Work, 625
  • Sheffield to Chapeltown and Barnsley, Midland Railway Extension, 336
  • Sheffield District, 25, 49, 75, 95, 121, 147, 169, 195, 221, 243, 271, 295, 321, 347, 373, 397, 419, 443, 467, 491, 515, 539, £63, 603, 629, 649
  • Sheffield, Inadequacy of the Victoria Station, 405
  • Sheffield Smoke, 163, 191
  • Sheffield Technical Schools, Presentation of Prizes, Medals, &c , to Students, 477
  • Shell Experiments at Indian Head, U.S.A., 35
  • Sheppard and Soup, Messrs., Coal Washing and
  • Coke Making Plant, 558, 560, £61
  • Shield, Mr. John, “Mechanical Device for Performing the Temperature Corrections of Barometers,” 613
  • Ships Built on The B&tcaux Roulcurs System, Company for, 31
  • Ship Canal, Tbe Baltic and B ack Sea, 237
  • Ship Canal to Bridgwater, Proposed, 438
  • Ship Canal, The Manchester, 180
  • Ship Canal, Projected Prussian, 2C6
  • Ships, Distance and Time in which they may be brought to Rest from Full Speed Ahead, 108, 142, 166
  • Ships, Firo Catastrophes on, 280
  • Ships Lost, Condemned, &c., Lloyd’s Statistical Summary of, 217
  • Ship Model, Elaborate Sectional, 381
  • Ship, The “ Potosi,” The Largest Sailing, 266
  • Ship Propulsion by Storage Batteries, Professor Durand on, 309
  • Ships on the Roller-borne System, Company formed in Paris to Experiment cn, 431
  • Ships, Rolling of, 63, 191, 259
  • Ships, Tank, 191
  • Ship3 of War, Mr. Darston on The Machinery of’ 311
  • Ship, Wator Supply on Board, 352
  • Ship Work, Aluminium in, 579
  • Shipbuilding on The American Lakes, 357, 401
  • Shipbuilding, British, 430
  • Shipbuilding, Engineering and, 557
  • Shipbuilding and Engineering in Ireland, 599
  • Shipbuilding Projects in France, 357
  • Shipbuilding, A Record in the History of, 336
  • Shipbuilding on The Thames, Marine Engineering and, 45
  • Shipbuilding Trade, The Crisis in tho, 413, 428, 545 559 599 621
  • Shipbuilding Trade, Tbe Strike in tbe, 35G, 391, 456, 485, 503, 524, 555, 559, 599, 619
  • Shipbuilding Wages Dispute, The, 391
  • Shoeburyness, Visit of The Society of Engineers to, 326
  • Shores, Mr. J., Three-furrow Plough, 10
  • Shot-gun Feed for Moving Circular Saw Trolleys, 266
  • Shrewsbury Wator Supply, 143 Siam, Railway in, 286
  • Siberia, Scheme for Facilitating tbe Internal Navigation of, 217
  • Siberian Railway, Church Cars in, 286
  • Siberian Railway, Progress of the Great, 286
  • Sifter, Pendulum Plan, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12
  • Signalling Apparatus, Trial of Admiral Fane’s, 87
  • Signalling, Masthead, 183
  • Signalling in Tunnels, 466
  • Signal Lights, Distant, 104, 166, 209, 333
  • Signals at Liverpool-street Terminus, 117
  • Signals, Railway, 239
  • Signals, Railway, Mr. Thompson at the Railway Congress od, 31
  • Silesia, Pig Iron in Upper, 105
  • Simons and Co., Messrs. W., Dredgiüg Vessel for the Russian Government (Supplement, September 16M, 1895), 238
  • Simplon, Projected Tunnel through the, 501, 525
  • Simplon Railway, The, 639
  • Simpson and Porters Steam Crane Excavator, 180
  • Simpson, Strickland, and Go., Steam Launch and Steam Canoe, 141, 142
  • Simpson and Wilson, Messrs., Clydebank and Yoker Extension Railway, 167
  • Sinclair and Co.’s “Comet” Lamp, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Singapore, Tno Municipality of, 312
  • Singer Manufactory, Kilbowie, 164
  • Single Driving Wboels in the United Stites, 363
  • “Sirius,” Boiler Trials of the, 654
  • Sixty-three Miles an Hour, 487
  • Size of Particles on tbe Pressure of a Gas, Influence of the, 617
  • Sleeper Adzing and BoriDg Machine, 103, 1C4
  • Sleepers, Motal, 409 Sleepers, Pot, 39
  • Slide Valve Frictien, Power Last in, 602
  • Slow Combustion and One Thousand Pound Steam, 505
  • Sluices, StoDey’s, 254
  • Small Arm Works, Sparkbrook, The Government, 199
  • Small Candle Powor Lamp3 at High Voltages, 216
  • Small Arm Ammunition, British, 12
  • Smerwick, Blasting Accident at, 105
  • Smith, Mr. Aston Wm., Obtains tbe Contract for the Midland Railway, 431
  • Smith-Casson, Mr., Small Cast Steel Ingots, 206
  • Smith-Casson System of Castiog Small Steel Ingots in Staffordshire, The, 501 Smith’s Combined Piston and Relief Valves, North-Eastern Railway, 473
  • Smith and Sons’ SyreD, 86
  • Smith, Mr. Thomas West, Driver on the Leicester and Swannington and Midland Railways, 369
  • Smithsonian Institute’s Grant to lxard Rayleigh and Professor W. Ramsay for their Mem. on Argon, 501
  • Smoke Abatement, Sir I). Galton od, 251
  • Smokeks3 Powder, 62
  • Smokeless Powder in the American Navy, 527
  • Smokeless Powder. Russian, 525
  • Smulders, Mr. A. F., Dredgersand Excavators on the Baltic Canal, 110, 116, 136, 310, 316
  • Smulders, Mr. A. F., Compound Engines of the Steam Hopper Barge, Baltic Canal (Supph „ant, October 25th, 189:»), 415
  • Soaofcll, Projected Electric Railway up, 35, 192, 207
  • Snowden Railway, Tbe, 59
  • Societk des Amis des Sciences:—
  • Annual Meeting of, 50
  • Societe Anonymk de Eonne-Esperance:—
  • Coal Concession, 143
  • Society of Arts:—
  • Locomotive Carriages for Common Roads, Mr.
  • H. Cunynghame, 524
  • Society of Arts, The Royal Scottish—are Royal Scottish Society of Arts
  • Society, The Chemical:—
  • Freezing Points of Silver and Gold, Messrs. Heywood and Neville, 613
  • Society of Chemical Industry:—
  • Holds its Thirteenth Aunual Meeting, 105
  • Society, City of London College Science :— Force of The Wind, Prof. II. Adams, 468
  • Society of Civil Engineers, The American:— Moviüg Two36in. Water Mains without Shutting off The Water, Mr. E. C. Moore, 357
  • Society, Civil and Mechanical Engineers’:— Civil Engineering, Mr. Sydney a Court, 626
  • Visit to the East Landon Waterworks Co.’s Works, 371
  • Society of Electrical Engineers, The Northern :—
  • Municipal Telephony, Mr. A. R. Bennett, 477
  • Society’ of Engineers :—
  • Annual Dinner, The Forty-second, 627
  • Railway Axlo9, Mr. Thomas Andrews, 456
  • Ventilation and Warming, Mr. W. T. Sugg, 349
  • Visit to Shoeburyness, 326
  • Society of Engineers, The Western :—
  • Steel Rails of Large Sections, How to Secure, Mr. R. W. Hunt, 478
  • Society of Glasgow, Insurance and Actuarial :—
  • Present Day Applications of Electricity, with Special Reference to Fire Risk, Mr. T. Crichton Fulton, 521
  • Society, The Goldsmiths’ Engineering :—
  • Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. Jno. Thornycroft, 429
  • Society, Kino’s College Engineering :—
  • Electric Distribution, Mr. Welbourn, 404
  • Incandescent Lamps and their Manufacture, Mr. Bailey, 500
  • Mining of Tin, Mr. Cranford, 424
  • Officers Elected for the Ensuing Term, 562
  • Theory of Magnetism, Mr. Herroun. 481
  • Thomas Telford and his Work, Mr. Mowat, 553
  • Society, The Physical :—
  • Direct Reading Platinum Thermometer, Mr. Appleyard, 525
  • Electrical Properties of Selenium, Mr. Shelford Bidwell, 35
  • latent Heat of Evaporation of Betzone, Mr. E. II. Griffiths and Miss Dorothy Marshall, 477
  • Magnetic Field of any Cylindrical Coil or Plane Circuit, Mr. W. II. Everitt, 477
  • Mechanical Device for Performing the Temperature Corrections of Barometers, Mr. .John Shield, 613
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering :—
  • Inaugural Address of The President, Mr. J. Maginnis, 466
  • Scheme of Papers to bo Read during The 22nd Session of, 407
  • Visit to the Dinorwic Slato Quarries, Llanberis, 63
  • Society, Manchester Engineering:—
  • Superstructure of Railway Bridges, J. F. Conradi, 394
  • Society of Mechanical Engineers, The American, 239
  • Society, Royal—ar* Royal Society
  • Society, The Yorkshire College Engineering, 454
  • Earl’s Court and Ferris Wheels, Mr. Fred. Grover on the, 527
  • Engineering—Past, Present and Future, Mr. H. McLaren, President, 454
  • Harvesting of Refuso and The Generation of Steam, Mr. Ernest Sykes, 651
  • Professor de Burg Buck’s Description of the Instrumental Equipment of the Physiological Laboratory of the. 559
  • Soho Foundry, The, 305—308, 340, 341.392, 393, 425, 426
  • Soho Foundry, Machine Tools at, 425, 426
  • “Sokol,” The Torpedo Boat, 209, 263, 525
  • “ Sokol,” Trial Trip of The Russian Torpedo Destroyer, 209
  • “ Sokol ” Type, Vessels of the, 510
  • Solder ftr Glass, Aluminium and other, 266, 695
  • Sounding, Deep, Obtained by H.M.S. “Penguin,” 382
  • Sounding Fog Sirens on Lightships, Oil Engines and Air Compressors for, 369
  • Southampton Graving Dock, Opening of, 87, 103
  • Southampton, New Quay at, 234
  • South-Eastern Railway, Accident on the, 105
  • South-Eastern Railway Company, Overhead Railway Projected by the, 266
  • South-Eastern Railway, Rilling Stcck of the, 382
  • Southern Cross Railway, Part of, Opened, 192
  • South Kensington Museum, Diagrams cf Early Locomotives, 234
  • South Staffordshire, Iron Industry and Coalfields of, 174
  • South Wales to London, New Lino from, 4C6
  • “ Spanker,” Torpedo Gunboat, to carry out Steam Trials with tbe Du Temple Water-tube Boilers, 336
  • Spannor, Ellin’s Small Adjustable, 142
  • Spanners, Messrs. Wynne, Timmins and Co.’s, 87
  • Spark Arresting on the Canadian Pacific Railway, 160
  • Sparkbrook, The Government Small Arm Works, 199
  • Specialisation, 698
  • Specific Gravity of Cement, 248
  • Specific Heats for Air, Ratio of the Two, 35
  • Speed of Ocean Liuers, The Regular, 17
  • Speeds for Grinding and Cutting Tools ? 161
  • Speeds, Railway, 191
  • Speed, Record, on American and English Lines, 266
  • Speed Trials of The Torpedo Beat Destroyer “Starfish,” 365
  • Speed Trials of the New Argentine Cruiser “ Buenos Aires,” 461
  • “ Spongia ” BlottiDg Paper, Messrs. R. Craig and Sons, 35
  • Spools for Thread, Maine Forest Supplies the Wood for, 369
  • Sprayer, Strawson’s, 10
  • Sprint Races, Experiments in Running, 382
  • Spurn Point and its Lighthouses, 344
  • Spurn Point, New Lighthouse, 154
  • Staffordshire Steel and Ingot Co.’s Works Visited, 178
  • Stamp Affixer, Postage, 368
  • Standard Gaugo Railway, India, 217
  • “Standart,” Engines for the Russian Imperial Yacht, 157, 158, 159
  • Stanley Show of Cycles, 511, 528
  • Starch and Chicory Plant and Machinery ? Ill
  • “ Starfish,” Boilers of the, 406
  • “ Starfish,” Speed Trials of H.M.S., 365
  • Starter, Green’s Automatic Gas Engine, 342
  • State of Trade, The, 66
  • Station WorkiDg, Mr. Richter and Mr. Turner on, 55
  • Stations, Railway Movement to Establish them Near the Business Centres, 13
  • Statistics of the Railways in the United States, 1894, 577
  • Statter and Co., Messis. J. G., Electric Timber
  • Stacking Crane, 331, 333, 396
  • Stead, Mr. J. E., on Metallography, 624
  • Steam Carriage, 1827, Mr. Gurney, 215
  • Steam Carriages—see also Road Carriages Steam Coaches, Hancock’p, 290
  • Steam Crane, Locomotive, 293
  • Steam Engine Cylinders, Clcaranco in, 41, 63, S6, 109
  • Steam Engine, Mr. II. B. Pearson on the, 468
  • Steam Engine Economy, A New Departure in, 15
  • Steam Engineering, Practical, 39
  • Steam Feed-water Heaters, 122
  • Steam Hopper Barges on the Baltic Canal, 415
  • Steam and Electricity as Motive Power, Comparative Efficiency and Economy of, 59
  • Steam Launch “Dragon Fly,” Tho, 451, 455, 458
  • Steam Launch “Germania,” The, 553
  • Steam Launch and Steam Canoe, Messrs. Simpson, Strickland, and Co., 141, 142
  • Steam Launch, A Tasmanian, 267
  • Steam Lifeboat, A New, 313
  • Steam Locomotion for Passenger Traffic on Common Roads, Mr. Wm. Fletcher on, 281— 283, 314-315
  • Steam Lifeboat for Holland, The New, 325
  • Steam, Oil, and Gas Engines at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 7, 61 Steamers, Paddle, for Turkey, 414
  • Steam Pipes, Loss from Condensation in Lodct, 317
  • Steam Pipe Safety Valve, 84
  • Steam Pump, The Marsh, 193
  • Steam Road Carriages, 434, 454
  • Steam Road Traction in 1833, 328
  • Steam Saw Mills and Joinery Works, Croydon, Sale of, 35
  • S.S. “ Iona,” Disaster on Board, 312, 317
  • S.S. “ Lizzie Westoll,” Trip’e-expension Engines (Supplement, July 19M, 1895), 62
  • S.S. “ Oroya,” The, 12
  • S.S. “ Queen of the North,” The, 55
  • Steamships and their Machinery, Oa Inquiries, Tenders, Spacifications, and Contracts for, 430
  • S.S. “ Ward,” Launch of the, 318
  • Steam Turbine, Laval’s, 358, 359
  • Steam, Tne Work of, 12
  • Steamer to Cross by Rail a Strip of Land between Two Lakes io Denmark, 131
  • Steamers, Screw, Fitting Machinery in—see Fitting Machinery in Screw Steamers Steamers Sold to Foreigners, 113
  • Steel—see also Iron and Steel Steel Armour Plate, Test of Chrome, 266
  • Steel Boiler Tubes in Lieu of Copper, for II. M. Torpedo Boat Destroyers, 192
  • Steel, Boron, MM. Moissan and Charpy, 143
  • Steel, Boron as an Alloy in, 234
  • Steel Cable for tbo Columbus Avenue Railway, Weight of, 457
  • Steel Castings, Messrs. Penney and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12
  • Steel Company of Scotland, The Sales of the, 286
  • Steel, Engineers and Structural, 288
  • Steel Frame Stamp Battery for Wet Crushing, 252,253
  • Steel Girders for Mines, Mr. E. Thompson on, 286
  • Steel, Hardening of, Mr. H M. Howes on the, 176
  • Steel, Influence of Vibration on, 579
  • Steel and Ingot Company’s Works, The Staffordshire, 178
  • Steel Ingots, Crucible, Produced in the United States, 105
  • Steel Ingots, Small Cast, 206
  • Stool Ingots in The United States, Production of Bessemer, 160
  • Steel Making Prospects in India, 427
  • Steel, Nickel, Mr. Wiggin on, 199, 219
  • Steel, Percentage of Carbon in, 87
  • Steel Plant at the Earl of Dudley’s Round Oak Works, West Bromwich, 256, 257, 265
  • Steel Production, Bessemer, in England, 521
  • Steel Production in the United States, 105
  • Steel Rails, Mr. R. W. Hunt, 478
  • Steel Rails in The United States, Large Demand for, 143 B
  • Steel Rail, Wear of a 531b., 613
  • Steel Sleepers, Durability of, 143
  • Steel Sleepers in Mexico, Use of, 143
  • Steel Steam Yacht, Mr. Geo. L. Watson, 477
  • Steel, Transverse Loads and Beams of Mild, 617
  • Steel Tubes in place of Copper, 336
  • Steel Works Machinery, Modern, 100, 126
  • “Steeled Iron” at The Schenectady Locomotive Works, Use of, 286
  • Steering Engine of H.M.S. “Venus” and “ Diana,” 424
  • Steering Engines in the Royal Navy, 423,424, 433
  • Steering Gear, Ship, and Compound Paddle Engines, Messrs. Bow, McLachlan and Co., 428, 489
  • Stephens, Mr. M., Goods Engines and Tenders built by Messrs. Neilson and Co. for the Cape Railways (Supplement, Xorcmber 22n<t, 1895), 497, 510 "
  • Stephen and Carters Drilling Machine? 507
  • Stirling, Mr. Patrick, 485
  • Stocking Knitter, Automatic, 116
  • Stoking Machinery in Gasworks, Hydraulic, 99
  • Stone Breaker and Elevator. Marsden’s, 11, 12
  • Stoney, Mr. F. G. M., On Weirs in Rivers, 331 Stoney’s Sluices, 254
  • Stopes, Mr. H., On Past and Present Exhibitions, 382
  • Storago Battery Cars with Chloride Batteries, 369
  • Storage Battery for Lighting and Traction, The I.E.S.,22
  • Storehouse, An Immense, 647
  • Storey’s Dead-weight Safety Valve, 646
  • Storms in Summer and Winter Half-years. 457
  • Straw and Hay Press, Barford and Perkins’, 9
  • Straw and Hay Press, Edwards’, 10
  • Strawson s Seven-row Sprayer, 10
  • Street Cleaning Inspectors in New York on Bicycles, 595
  • Street Lighting, London. 112
  • Strength of Bridge and Trestle Timbers, 536
  • Szrikes m France, 217, 533
  • Strike The Shipbuilding 856, 456, 485, 503, 521, 545, 555, 559, 599, 619
  • ‘Strong’s” Locomotives. 143
  • Subaqueous Tunnelling by Shield and Compressed Air, Mr. J. H. Greathead on, 500
  • Subways for Chicago, Projected, 431
  • Submarine Cables possessed by France. Mileage of, 55
  • Suez Canal Company, S atue of the Late President at Port Sa:d, 105
  • Suez Canal, E'ectric Light used by Ships iü, 217
  • Sugar, Central Factories for, 86
  • Sugar Refiners, Electric, Herr Dammeyer’s Experiments with, 87
  • Su/er. Mr. W. T., on Ventilation and WarmiDg, o49
  • Sulphide, Anhydrous Crystalled Manganese, 143
  • Sulphur from Iron by means of Barium-Ferro cyanide, Removing, 35
  • Sulphur Vapour ra Copper, Action of, 554
  • Sumner, Capt., His Sentence. 286
  • Sunderland Central Railway Station, Inadequacy of, and the Board of Trade, 405
  • Sunshine Recorded at Greenwich by the Campbell- Stokes Instrument, 336
  • Superstructure of Railway Bridges, 394, 395, 416, 418
  • Supplements :—
  • Broad Gaoge Locomotive, Metropolitan Rail- , way, Sir Dan. Gcoch, August 16tb, 1895 Compound Engines and Locomotive Boilers of
  • the s.s. “Queen of the Norih,” Messrs. Laird Bros., November 1st, 1895
  • Steam Locomotion for Passenger Traffic on >
  • Common Roads, Mr. Wm. Fletcher on, 281— 283, 314-315
  • Steam Lifeboat for Holland, The New, 325
  • Steam, Oil, and Gas Engines at tbo Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 7, 61 Steamers, Paddle, for Turkey, 414
  • Steam Pipes, Loss from Condensation in Lodct, 317
  • Steam Pipe Safety Valve, 84
  • Steam Pump, The Marsh, 193
  • Steam Road Carriages, 434, 454
  • Steam Road Traction in 1833, 328
  • Steam Saw Mills and Joinery Works, Croydon, Sale of, 35
  • S.S. “ Iona,” Disaster on Board, 312, 317
  • S.S. “ Lizzie Westoll,” Trip’e-expension Engines (Supplement, July 19M, 1895), 62
  • S.S. “ Oroya,” The, 12
  • S.S. “ Queen of the North,” The, 55
  • Steamships and their Machinery, Oa Inquiries, Tenders, Spacifications, and Contracts for, 430
  • S.S. “ Ward,” Launch of the, 318
  • Steam Turbine, Laval’s, 358, 359
  • Steam, Tne Work of, 12
  • Steamer to Cross by Rail a Strip of Land between
  • Two Lakes io Denmark, 131
  • Steamers, Screw, Fitting Machinery in—see Fitting Machinery in Screw Steamers Steamers Sold to Foreigners, 113
  • Steel—see also Iron and Steel Steel Armour Plate, Test of Chrome, 266
  • Steel Boiler Tubes in Lieu of Copper, for II. M. Torpedo Boat Destroyers, 192
  • Steel, Boron, MM. Moissan and Charpy, 143
  • Steel, Boron as an Alloy in, 234
  • Steel Cable for tbo Columbus Avenue Railway, Weight of, 457
  • Steel Castings, Messrs. Penney and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12
  • Steel Company of Scotland, The Sales of the, 286
  • Steel, Engineers and Structural, 288
  • Steel Frame Stamp Battery for Wet Crushing, 252,253
  • Steel Girders for Mines, Mr. E. Thompson on, 286
  • Steel, Hardening of, Mr. H M. Howes on the, 176
  • Steel, Influence of Vibration on, 579
  • Steel and Ingot Company’s Works, The Staffordshire, 178
  • Steel Ingots, Crucible, Produced in the United States, 105
  • Steel Ingots, Small Cast, 206
  • Stool Ingots in The United States, Production of Bessemer, 160
  • Steel Making Prospects in India, 427
  • Steel, Nickel, Mr. Wiggin on, 199, 219
  • Steel, Percentage of Carbon in, 87
  • Steel Plant at the Earl of Dudley’s Round Oak Works, West Bromwich, 256, 257, 265
  • Steel Production, Bessemer, in England, 521
  • Steel Production in the United States, 105
  • Steel Rails, Mr. R. W. Hunt, 478
  • Steel Rails in The United States, Large Demand for, 143 B
  • Steel Rail, Wear of a 531b., 613
  • Steel Sleepers, Durability of, 143
  • Steel Sleepers in Mexico, Use of, 143
  • Steel Steam Yacht, Mr. Geo. L. Watson, 477
  • Steel, Transverse Loads and Beams of Mild, 617
  • Steel Tubes in place of Copper, 336
  • Steel Works Machinery, Modern, 100, 126
  • “Steeled Iron” at the Schenectady Locomotive Works, Use of, 286
  • Steering Engine of H.M.S. “Venus” and “ Diana,” 424 ’
  • Steering Engines in the Royal Navy, 423,424, 433
  • Steering Gear, Ship, and Compound Paddle Engines, Messrs. Bow, McLachlan and Co., 428, 489
  • Stephens, Mr. M., Goods Engines and Tenders built by Messrs. Neilson and Co. for tbo Cape Railways (Supplement, Xorcmber 22n<t, 1895), 497, 510 "
  • Stephen and Carters Dril’.ing Machine? 507
  • Stirling, Mr. Patrick, 485
  • Stocking Knitter, Automatic, 116
  • Stoking Machinery in Gasworks, Hydraulic, 99
  • Stone Breaker and Elevator. Marsden’s, 11, 12
  • Stoney, Mr. F. G. M., On Weirs in Rivers, 331
  • Stoney’s Sluices, 254
  • Stopes, Mr. H., On Past and Present Exhibitions, 382
  • Storage Battery Cars with Chloride Batteries, 369
  • Storage Battery for Lighting and Traction, The I.E.S.,22 ’
  • Storehouse, An Immense, 647
  • Storey’s Dead-weight Safety Valve, 646
  • Storms in Summer and Winter Half-years. 457
  • Straw and Hay Press, Barford and Perkins’, 9
  • Straw and Hay Press, Edwards’, 10
  • Strawson s Seven-row Sprayer, 10
  • Street Cleaning Inspectors in New York on Bicycles, 595
  • Street Lighting, London. 112
  • Strength of Bridge and Trestle Timbers, 536
  • Szrikes m France, 217, 533
  • Strike The Shipbuilding 856, 456, 485, 503, 521, 545, 555, 559, 599, 619
  • ‘Strong’s” Locomotives. 143
  • Subaqueous Tunnelling by Shield and Compressed Air, Mr. J. H. Greathead on, 500
  • Subways for Chicago, Projected, 431
  • Submarine Cables possessed by France. Mileage of, 55
  • Suez Canal Company, S atue of the Late President at Port Sa:d, 105
  • Suez Canal, E'ectric Light used by Ships iü, 217
  • Sugar, Central Factories for, 86
  • Sugar Refiners, Electric, Herr Dammeyer’s Experiments with, 87
  • Su/er. Mr. W. T., on Ventilation and WarmiDg, o49
  • Sulphide, Anhydrous Crystalled Manganese, 143
  • Sulphur from Iron by means of Barium-Ferro cyanide, Removing, 35
  • Sulphur Vapour ra Copper, Action of, 554
  • Sumner, Capt., His Sentence. 286
  • Sunderland Central Railway Station, Inadequacy
  • of, and tbe Board of Trade, 405
  • Sunshine Recorded at Greenwich by tbe Campbell- Stokes Instrument, 336
  • Superstructure of Railway Bridges, 394, 395, 416, 418
  • Supplements :—
  • Broad Gaoge Locomotive, Metropolitan Rail- , way, Sir Dan. Gcoch, August 16tb, 1895 Compound Engines and Locomotive Boilers of
  • the s.s. “Queen of the Norih,” Messrs. Laird Bros., November 1st, 1895
  • Compound Engino of the Steam Hopper Barge on the Baltic Ship Canal, Working Drawing No. l,* Mr. A. F. Smuldors, October 11th. 1895 w-—a
  • Dredging Vessel for The Russian Government Messrs. W. Simons and Co.. September 6th, 1895
  • Express Passenger Locomotivo, Midland Railway, Mr. S. W. JohnsoD, Deccmbor 13th, ,1895
  • Express Locomotivo, North-Eistern Railway, Mr. Wilson Worsdcll, September 20th, 1895 Narrow Gauge Goods Locomotivo, Cape Government Railways, Messrs. Neilson and Co., November 22nd, 1895 Six-coupled Locomotive, Metropolitan and St. John’s Wood Railway, Mr. R. II. Burnett, October 4 th, 1895
  • Triple-expansion Eogino’.s s. “ Lizz'e Westoll,” Messrs. W. Allen and Co., Jaly 19.li, 1S95
  • Vertical Triple-expansion Pumping Engines, Leicester Waterworks, Messrs. Eiston. Anderson, and Gooiden, December 6tb, 1895
  • “ S are-Grip ” Railway Block, Teo, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11
  • Surplus Valve, The Boyie, 319
  • Suspension Bridges of Maximum Span, 247
  • Suspensions for Physical Instrument?, 431
  • Sutton Bridgo, Extension of The Dock, 517
  • Swan and Iionter, Messrs., Suspended Electric Crane, 402, 410
  • “Svanen,” Amphibious Passenger Boat, 370
  • Swansea, Electric Lighting of, 267
  • Swansea, Extension of the Port, 546
  • Swedish Iron and Steel Industries in 1894, 496
  • Swindon Station, 213 Swing Bridges? 15
  • Switzerland, Electric Motro Gauge Road Railways for, 457 7
  • Sydn3y Waterworks, Description of the, 369
  • Sykes, Mr. Ernest, On the Harvesting of Refuse and the Generation of Steam, 651 Syren, An Improved, 86
  • TACHOMETER, Messrs. Elliott Bros., 547
  • Talbot, Mr. B , Basic Furnace, 194
  • Tandem Engines—sec Engines, Tandem
  • Tangyes’ 4-Horse Power Fixed Oil Ensjine, 61, 91
  • Tangyes, Messrs., Gas Engino Pumping Machinery, 264
  • Tangyes’ Hydrocarbon Gas Producer, 62
  • TaDgyes’ O»1 Engine, Vaporiser, and Lamp, 61
  • Tangyes’ Works, Messrs., 175, 177, 184
  • Tank Engines on The Cambrian Railway, 191
  • Tank Furnaces, Gla?s, 431
  • Tank, Safety Oil, 641 Tank Ships, 191
  • Tar, Paints for Coating Iron made from, 431
  • Tasmanian Steam Launch, A, 267
  • Taxation of Cycles in Naples, 309
  • Taxing of Cycles with Motors. The French Customs Authorities on the, 457
  • Taylor, Taylor, and Hobson, Lenses Manufactured by, 405
  • Tea Drying Machine, Harvest Saving and, 465
  • Technical Education, Earl of Kimberley on, 369
  • Technical Education, Viscount Peel on, 613
  • Technical Engineering and Continental Works
  • Telegraph Line in the World, The Longest, 266
  • Telegraph Office. The Largest in the World, 595
  • Telegraph Post Shaping Machine, 441
  • Telegraph Wire3 from Inverness, Daily Tostin? of, 192
  • Telegraphing in Tunnels, 409
  • Telephone Induction Adopted by the German Government, New Form of, 105 Telephone Wires Opened for Use, Post-office 76
  • Telephony, On Municipal, 477
  • Telford Paving in Morris County, 113
  • Telford and his Work, Mr. Mowat on, 553
  • Tellurium as an Alloy with Aluminium, 309
  • Tellurium with Gold, Effect of Admixture of 309
  • Temperature of The Crater of an Electric Arc
  • Light, Mr. W. E. Wilson on, 143
  • Temperature of Filaments in Electric Incandescent Lamps, Professor Weber on. 13
  • Temperature on Mont Blanc in Winter, Minimum 405
  • Temperature of Rocks, 651
  • Temperature of Water fed into a Boiler by an Injector. With Reference to, 336
  • Temperley Transporter, The, 622, 623 624
  • Tenders : —
  • Portishead Sewerage, 86
  • Tenders for the Construction of Last Section cf Loch Katrine Aqueduct, 369
  • Tenders Invited for Electric Railways from Belgrade, Bulgaria, and Vienna, S7
  • Tenders for Locomotives in Australia, Local, 13
  • Tenders for Works Connected with the Evesham Rural Dutrict Council’s Scheme for Villages Water Supply, 369
  • Tensie-Meter, Mr. J. A. Wanklyn’s, 309
  • Tension Wheels, Graphical Calculation of Stresses in, o2/ Completion of, 405
  • Testing a Brick Arch Roof, Method of, 192
  • Testing of Building Material?, Technical Congress at Zurich for Securing Unity of Methods in, 26b
  • Testing the Frames of Warships. 393
  • Testing Machine at Dowlais, 505
  • Testing Materials of Construction, Uniform
  • Methods of, 30 Testing Metallic Bridges. 30
  • Tests of the Physical Properties of Cast Iron,
  • Tests of Turrets and Side Armour, The Navy Department, 335
  • Tetmajer, Professor, On Hoat Tests for Cements 59a ’
  • United Statos Battleship, Strained in Dock.ng, 554
  • Tba™8rl2on/?rks and Shipbuilding Company, oöz, Oz z | 6^.0
  • Thames Ironworks Company, Eogines of The Samoyed,” 361, 362
  • Thames Ironworks Company, Speed Trials of the Samoyed, 181
  • Thames London, Average Daily Supply from me,
  • Thames, Marine Engineering and Shipbuilding oa the, 45 re
  • Thames, Navigation of the, 553
  • Thames and Severn Canal Undertaking, Tho, 336
  • Thames Water, Condition of, 286 309
  • Thames Waters, Diminution of Microbial Life in, 286
  • Theory of Compensating Gradients, 508
  • Thermal Conductivity of Rocks, Messrs. Pierce and Willson on tbe, 525
  • Tbormo-chcmical Galvanic Cell, M. Korda’s, 286
  • Thermodynamics, Professor John Perry on the Principles of, 3S7
  • Thermometer, On a Direct-reading Platinum. 525
  • Thistle Works, Paisley, The, Steering Engine of H.M.S. “ Venus’’and “Diana,” 423, 424
  • Thomas and Young, Messrs., on Normal Hexano, 595
  • Thompson, Messrs., Three Torpedo Destroyers for The French Navy, 169
  • Thompson, Mr. E., Advocates The U?o of Steel Girders in Mines, 286
  • Thornton and Crcbbin’s Disintegrators and Pulverisers, 12
  • Thornycroft and C?., Steam Lifeboat for Holland, 325
  • Thornycroft. Mr. Juo. 1. His Presidential Address, 429
  • Thwaitc-Cawley System of Electric Haulage, Mr. George Cawley on the, 22
  • Towaite, Mr. B. i'l., Safety Oil Tank, 641
  • Thwaitos’ Motor Gas Plant, 3
  • Tidal Waves in Little T« averse Bay, 595
  • Tides, Effect of Wind and Atmosphere on the,
  • 319
  • Tilts for Railway Wagons. Walker’s, 111 Timber, Preservation of, 138, 2C9 Timber Stacking Crane, £40 Timber Stacking Crane, Electric, 331, 333, 396 Timing Instrument or “ Pendulum Chronoscopo,”
  • Tio, Mining of, Mr. Cranford on, 424
  • Tin-plate Scrap, Treatment of, for Ut.lisation of,
  • . 382 .
  • Tin-plate in the United States, Increase in the Manufacture of, 611
  • Tio io The United State?, 405
  • Tipping Cart, Messrs W. Rainforth and Sons’, 44 Tires, Basscmer Steel Driving, Great Eastern
  • Railway, 369
  • Tires for Cycles, Loathe* instead of India-rubber. 87
  • Tires which Failed on our Railways during Nine Months, Specified 641
  • Tobacco, Falling off in tbe Demand for, United States, aud its Cause, 369
  • Tobacco Trades Exhibition, A, 13
  • Tomsk Railway, Tho, 231
  • Tonbridge Waterworks Company, Additions to tbeir Pamping Station, 612
  • Tongking, French Railway in, 234
  • Tonnage of Goods Carried on Russian Rivers and Canals, 59
  • Tonnage on the Oceans and on tbe Railways of The \\ orld, M. C. M. Depew on the whole of the, 369
  • Tools, Micbine, Soho Foundry, 392, 393 Tools from Rusting, Recipes for Keeping, 336 Tooth Brush Making Machinery ? 235 “Torch’’and “Alert,” Machinery of the, to be
  • Tested, 551
  • Tornado Cloud, Expsriment Illustrating the Formation of the, 501
  • Toronto \\ aterworks, Rise of the Submerged Steel Intake of the. 554
  • Toronto Waterworks System, Mr. Jas. Mansergh ta Report upon, 336
  • Torpedo Boats, Aluminium, 407
  • Torpedo-boat Dcstroyors. 13. 87, 135, 160, 209. 217, 263, 286. 309, 525, 613
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer “Sokol,” Tlie Russian. 209, 263, 525
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, The Contracts for the New, 13
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers to be Employed for Instruction Purposes, 613
  • l °r‘2?G° ” a°d “Sharpshooter,”
  • ^°r3C9 ° ^°* Raised in Fareham Creek,
  • Torpedo Biat Destroyer “Quail,” Launch of a New, 309
  • Torpedo Gunboat “Sharpshooter,” New Duties of, 525
  • Torpedo Cruiser, New Chinese, 286
  • Torpedo Gunboats, Drainage Arrangements from Cylinders, &c., in, 333
  • Torpedo Shop, Overtime in the Keyham, 192
  • Tower Bridge, Changes in the Street Traffic Caused by the Opening of, 309
  • Towing, Electric Cableway System of, Erie Canal, 501
  • Towing by Electricity on the Erie Canal, 217
  • Town Refuse, Disposal of, 46
  • Track Lining on The Detroit Riilway, Ripid, 143
  • Traction of Boats on Inland Waterways, 109,142, 166
  • Traction Engine Accident, A, 206
  • Traction Engines and Sjlf - propelled Iliad Carriages. 189, 211
  • Trade and Business Announcements, 17, 74, 96, 120, 148, 159, 196, 242. 215, 254, 300, 335, 357, 391, 414, 426, 461,' 476. 500, 534, 617, 625, 617
  • Trade, Free Trade and No, 63, 86, 109
  • Trade of Germany, On the, 234
  • Trade Improvement The, 113, 263, 382
  • Trade, Improvement in, Crewe Works. 477
  • Trade Mark, A National, 338
  • Trade Report of Bombay, Increase in the Demand for Coil, 611
  • Trade with Russia 17
  • Trade, The State of, 66
  • Trades Union Congress, The, 230, 236
  • Trafalgar Square Distributing Station, 610
  • Traffic, Contributive, M. de Bicker, 55
  • Train delayed by Hornets, 231
  • Trains, Electric Lighting of, 524
  • Trains and Pilot Engines, 434, 466
  • Train Service to Trieste for Alexandria, New. 525 ’
  • Trains and Time Tables, 385
  • Tramroad, Sea-shoro Electric, Brighten, 4:3
  • Tramcor, Invented by a Glasgow Gentleman, 217
  • Tram-lino Authorised for the Loudon Companies, Length of, 266
  • Tram-line System in Madras, 336
  • Tramway Accident in Cleveland, Derailing Switches and Cut-offs, 554
  • Tramway, The Barmen Electric, 553
  • Tramway Car with Oil Motor, Glasgow, Accident to, 3S2
  • Tramways, The Compagnie Mutuilia de, 477
  • Tramways for Edinburgh, Cable, 409
  • Tramway, Electric, Bristol, 382
  • Tramway, Electric, Hartlepool, 3S2
  • Tramway, Electric, for Paris, 87
  • Tramway, Electric, into Portsmouth, 234
  • Tramway, Electric, United States, 160 i
  • Tramways Institute, Annual Meeting of, 19
  • Tramways, Leeds, 387
  • Tramway Lines, The South Staffordshire, Time > Granted for the Use of Steam on. Expire?, 525
  • Tramway, Now York, Electrical Underground Conduit, 155
  • Tramways and Railways, New’ South Waloi Government, 462, 463, 475
  • Tramway Route in Birmingham, Overhead Electric System of Traction to be Tried on, G13
  • Tramway System, Overhead Electric, in tbe Midlands, 405
  • Transparent Mirrors and Daylight Reflectors, Mr. Alfred Rost’s New Process for Making, 501
  • Transport of Petroleum, 137
  • Transporter, Tbe Temperloy, 622, 623, 624
  • Trans-Siberian Railway, Completion of a Section of, 192
  • Trans-Siberian Railway, Progress of the, 160
  • Transverse Loads on Beams of Mild Steel, 617
  • Travelling Crane» Indian Head, 225
  • Tricycle, Semi-Automotive, 13
  • Trimming Machino, Fire-box Plato, 214
  • Triple-expansion Engines we Engines, Triple- expansion Triton Valves? 555
  • Trolley Speed Ordinances, Brooklyn, New, 59
  • Trolley System of Electric Traction in Belgium, 35
  • Trollbatta and Gota Canal, The, 194
  • Trotter, Mr. Alexander, His Appointment, 554
  • Tube Cutter, The Vance Lightning, 646
  • Tubes, On, 1
  • Tubes, Boiler, Steel Instead of Copper for H.M. Torpedo Boat Destroyers, 192
  • Tubes, Serve, 227
  • Tubulous Boiler, The Haythorn, 152
  • Tumbler Sanitary Carts at The Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11
  • Tunbridge Wells, Electric Light for, 369
  • Tunnel, The Blackwall. 365, 430, 635, 636, 637, 638, 642
  • Tunnel, Completion of the Tcquixquiac, 405
  • Tunnel, Glasgow Harbour, 86
  • Tunnel on The Sheffield Extension Lino, Big, 160
  • Tunnel through the Simplon, Projected, 501, 525
  • Tunnelling on the Mari-Attock Railway, 192
  • Tunnelling, Subaqueous, Mr. J. H. Greathcad on, 500
  • Tunnels, Signalling iu, 466
  • Turbine Motor aud Dynamo, Laval’s Steam, 358, 359 ’
  • Turbines Working on The same Horizontal Axi?, Pair of, M. Emile Geyelin, 12
  • Turkish Paddle S:eamers, Trials of New, 414
  • Turkish Railways, List and Mileago of, 105
  • Turnbull, Mr. Rob9rt, His Appointment, 105
  • Turnor and Richter, Messrs., on “ Station Working,” 55
  • Turnip Cutter, Unchokable, Messrs. E. H. Ben- fall and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Turrets for American Warships, Double, 214
  • Tweddell’s Combination Riveter, 193
  • Twelvetrecs, Mr., Cartage and Dolivory, 55
  • Tweddell, Mr. Ralph Hart, 237 Two-IIundred-and-Twenty Volt Lamps, 360
  • Tylor, Mr. Louis, Welsh Coalowners and the Old Age Pensions, 191
  • Ty ne, Proposed New High Level Bridge over the, 405
  • UETLIBERG, Railway Accident on the, 266
  • Uganda Riilway, The, 234, 255
  • Uganda Railway, Progress of, 457
  • Uganda Railway, Mr. Whitehouse and his Staff, 477
  • Umaria Colliery Output, 160
  • Underground Cable Railway in Washington. Small, 369, 6
  • Underground Workings, Loss of Head in Air Currents Traversing, 218
  • Unionism, The Now, 390
  • United States, Armour Plates in the, 256
  • United States, Electric Railways in the, 631
  • United States, Battleships for the, 109, 192, 352, 501, 641
  • United States Battleships, Conference respecting the Proposed Now, 501
  • United States Battleship “Olympia,” 143
  • United States Battleship “Indiana,” Lieutenant
  • risko’s Range Indicators, 521
  • United States Battleship “Texas” Strained in Docking, 554
  • United Statee, Bessemer Steel Ingots Produced in the, 160
  • United States Bureau of Navigation, Returns for the past Year to, 369
  • United States, Canals of the, their Importance to Trade and the Desirability of their Improvement, 405 r
  • United States, Captain Jaques on War Material m tbe, 502
  • United States Commerce Destroyer “Columbia ” Tho, 354
  • United States, Crucible Steel Ingots Produced in the, 105
  • United States Cruiser “Columbia,” 266
  • United Srates Cruiser “Columbia,’”Run Made by tho, 217 7
  • United States Croiscr, Launch of a, 192
  • United States Cruiser, Passige Trial of tbe, 160
  • United States, Estimated Product of Gold and Silver in, for the Cilondar Year, 641
  • United States, Exports of Iron and Steel from, 160
  • United States, The “Good Roads” Parliament, Inventors of Horseless Carriages, 369
  • United States Government Dry Docks at Brooklyn and Puget Smnd, 501
  • United States, High Speeds in the, 484
  • United States, Income and Expenditure of Railways in tbe, 613
  • United States in 1894, Iron and Steel Ships built m tho. 71
  • United States Lighthouse Board, Oil Engines and Air Compressors for Sounding Fog Sirens,
  • United States Naval Academy, The Carrier Pigeon Service, 477
  • United S a»e? Naval Provinj Ground, Indian Head, 225, 232, 233
  • United States Navy, Armour Plates for tho, 624
  • United States Navy Department, Bids for the Construction of Battleships Nos. 5 and 6, Opened at, 641
  • United States Navy, Engineers for the, 526
  • United States Navy, New Battleships for the, 192, 611
  • United States, Railway Accidents in October in the, 641
  • United States, Railway Accident on the Seabeacb Railway, 234
  • United States, The Rivalry of tbo, 390
  • United States, September Accidents in the, Classified, 525
  • United States Statistics of The Railways in the, 577
  • United States, Steel Production in the, 105
  • United States, T»n in the, 405
  • United States Tin-plate Manufacture, 641
  • United States, Train Accidents in the, 286
  • United States Warship?, 109, 143, 192, 352, 472, 501, 521, 641
  • United States Yacht.“ Defender,” Sails of Ramie Cloth, 240
  • University College, London, Ezening Classes, 434
  • Unsheathed Warships, Decrease of Speed of, after Six or Twelve Months Afloat, 217
  • Urban Roads and Footways, Mr. J. Julian on, 625
  • Utrecht-Amersfoot Railway Extension, The, 266
  • VACUUM Pumps, How to Obtain Simpler Connection between the Clearances and the Body of, 35
  • Vagaries of Electricity, 371
  • Value of Quick-fire Ordnanco, 620
  • Valve, The Boyle Surplus, 319
  • Valve, Deadweight Safety, Mr. Isaac Storey, 648
  • Valve, Lewis’s Hot Blast, 331
  • Valve, The Luuken, 248
  • Valve, Steam Pipe Safety, 84
  • Valves? Triton, 555
  • Valve Gear, Marshall's, Holloway Electric Light Station, 639
  • Valve Gears, The Accuracy of, 238
  • Van B’dreu, Mr. J. D , Notes on High Masonry Dams, 352
  • Van Ollefen’s Bulkhead Door and Gear, 5
  • Vance Lightning Tube Cutter, Toe, 646
  • Vathairo, M. A., How to Remove Sulphur from Iron, 35
  • Vantour,” Accident to the French Cruiser, 59
  • Velocipode3 with Motors iu France, Oa the Taxing of, 457
  • Velocity of Projectiles Determined by Electricity, 266
  • Velvo-carbon Primary Battery, The, 252
  • Venezuela, Concession for a Railway in, 217
  • Ventilation for Monitor Vessels, 579
  • Ventilation and Warming, Mr. W. T. Sagg on, 549
  • Vera Cruz Harbour Improvements, 286 Vera Cruz, Port of, 441
  • Vernon-Harcourt, Mr. L. F., His Address to the Mechanical Science Section of The British Association, 269
  • Vessels, Steam and Sail, Built and Documented in the United States in The Past Year, 369
  • Viaduct Railway, Pennsylvania, 641
  • Vibration on Steel, Influence of, 579
  • Vibrations of Cords, M. A. Cornu on the Transverse, 217
  • Victoria, Railway Reforms in, 160
  • Victoria Station, Sheffield, Inadequacy of, 405
  • Victorian Railways, The Working of the, and Proposed Changes in, 309
  • “Victorious,” Launch of H.M.S. ,414
  • Vienna, 1896, Agricultural Machinery Exhibition, 217
  • Vienna, Fires in, 286
  • Vienna, Tenders Invited for Electric Railways for, 87
  • Vienna Terminus Destroyed by Firo, 105
  • Vignoles and Bull-headed Rails, Comparative Advantages of, 360
  • Villard and Jarry, Experiments with Dry Carbonic Acid, 234
  • Violle, Mr., Oo the Specific Heat at Boiling Point of Carbon, 35
  • Vipan and Ileadly’s Miscellaneous Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11
  • Volga, Ferry Steamer for tbo, 317
  • Volga, Railway Ferry Steamer for the, 317, 284
  • “Vulcan,” The, Converted to a Tank Engine, 355
  • WADDINGTON, Mr. John, Newark Locomotive Buffer, 116
  • Wages Dispute on the Clyde, The, 356
  • Wages Dispute, The Shipbuilding, 391
  • Wagner’s Furnace Grate, 116
  • Wagon, Hopper Coal, 32
  • Waldo and Sons’ Butter Worker, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Wales and Adjoining Countio3, 26, 50 . 76, 96, 122, 148, 170, 196, 222, 244, 272, 296, 322, 348, 374, 39S, 4* 20, 444, 46S, 492, 516, 540, 564, 604, 630, 650
  • Wales, Light Railway for, 369
  • Wales and the London Water Scheme, 411
  • Wales, New Railways in South, 528
  • Walker's Tilts for Railway Wagons, 111
  • Walsall Chamber of Commerce, To Railway Freighters, 431
  • Walsall Wood District, Plans for the Sewerage of the, 613
  • Wanklyn, Mr. J. A , his Tensic-Meter, 309
  • War Material, Imperial Defence and, 89
  • War Material in the United States, Captain Jaques on, 502
  • Waring, Mr., his Report on Indian Railways, 556
  • Warsbip3, Breakdowns, 196
  • Warships, Coal Supply of our, 531
  • Warships, Decrease of Speed of Unsheathed, after Six or Twelve Months Afloat, 217
  • Warships, Double Turrets for American, 214
  • Warships for France, Two New, 266
  • Warships and Ordnanco, Now Designs in, 471
  • Warships, Testing Frames of, 393 Warships, The United States, 472
  • “ Warspite ” to bo repaired at Haulbowlino, The, 192
  • Warwickshire Coalfield, Development of the, 501
  • Warwickshire, Railway Accommodation for, 457
  • Washington, from the Capitol to the Congressional Library, Underground Cable Railway, 369
  • Washington, Horse Cars instead of Overhead Trolley System in, 525
  • Watches, Magnetisation of, 39
  • Wator, Aeration of Reservoir, by Compressed Air, 87
  • Water Box Furnace Grate, Mr. F. Graf, 553, 617
  • Water Box Grate, A, 553, 617
  • Water-closets, Agitation to Secure a Larger Flush for, 457
  • Water ou Coal, M. George 3 Arth on tb9 Action of, 217
  • Water Coolers on Railway Cars, Automatic Overflow for, 140
  • Water Filters, Mechanical, Te3ts of, at Minneapolis, 405
  • Water, Freezing Point of, Lowered by the Admixture of Milk, 525
  • Water Gauge Protector, C.* adock’s, Riyal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Water Level Indicator and Detector, 647
  • Water Mains, Moving, without Shutting-off tbe Water, 357, 634
  • Water Meters, Hiring of, in South Wales, 303
  • Water Meter, New Positive, 339
  • Water, Orton, Projected Sewerage Works at, 369
  • Water Pipes, Constantly Charged, within the Mctroplis, Mileage of, 160
  • Water Power and Electric Plant for Loog Distance Transmission, 447
  • Water Power, Utilisation of. in Fresno, to Dovelope Electric Power, 160
  • Water, Propagation of Electrical Wavc3 io, 525
  • Water Purification, 580
  • Water Supply on Board Ship, 352
  • Water Supply, Comparative Charges in London and Elsewhere, 457
  • Water Supply of Edinburgh, The, 303
  • Water for Sopply of Locomotives carried by Train, 431
  • Water Supply for London, Available Sources of, 386
  • Water Sapply, London County Council Scheme of, 111
  • Water Supply in London, Rentals and Price of, 3S2
  • Water Supply, Metropolitan, 441
  • Water Supply, Metropolitan, Three Gallon Flashes or Two 1 613
  • Water Transfer Bill?, The Eight, all Suspended, 382
  • Water Troughs on the Great Western Railway, 286
  • Water-tube Boilers, 2, 39, 336. 366; 367, 527
  • Water-tube Boiler. Messrs. Fraser and Co.’s Compound Tube. 367
  • Water-tube Boilers, Mr. F. T. Milton on 2
  • Water-tube Boilers, Marine, 527
  • Water-tubs Boiler, Petersen and McDonald’s, 366
  • Wator-tubo Boilers, Trials to Tost The Du Tomple and Belleville Types of, 336
  • Waterloo and City Electrical Underground Railway, SI, 82, S3, 84, 114, 115
  • Waterloo and City Railway Company, Progress of Operations on the, 217
  • Waterloo Station to the City, Projected Overhead Railway from, 266
  • Waterways, Traffic Diagram of French Inland, 312
  • Waterworks, West llampshiro. 393
  • Waterworks Tower, Eden Park, Cincinnati, Tóe Highest Artificial Structure in America, 641
  • Weardale Railway to be Opened, 382
  • Wear Valley Extension Railway, Opening of, 405
  • Weaver Navigation, The, 536
  • Weber, Professor, on the Temperature of Filaments in Electric Incandescent Lamps, 13
  • Wedne8bury Sewage Disposal, 290
  • Weirs in Rivers, Mr. F. G. M. Stoney on, 334
  • Weight per Square Inch on Car Journals, 171
  • Weights and Measure?, Report of the Select Committee on Present System of, 59
  • Welbouro, Mr., Electric Distribution, 104
  • Welding Car, Electric Rail, 203
  • Welding a Carriago Tiro, 643
  • Welding, Electric, 615
  • Welding, Lead, M. Blondel’s Method, 160, 309
  • Wells Bros., Fixed Oil Engine, 8
  • Welsh Coalowners and tbe Old Age Pensions, 194
  • Wembley Tower, Progress of the, 266
  • West, Mr. F. J., On a Gas Storing Plant, 612
  • West, Thos. D., Tests of tbe Physical Properties of Cast Iron, 219
  • West Hampshire Waterworks, 393
  • West Highland Railway Bill, The Chancellor of the Exchequer on the, 192
  • Westminster Waterworks, Tbe New, 283
  • Westphalite, The Explosive, 266
  • Western Union Telegraph Company, Length of Miles added to its Wire Lines, 501
  • Westinghouse - Baldwin Electrical Locomotive Alliance, Practical Results cf tbe, 431
  • Wharf Erected ou Steel Rods at Rockland, Me., 405
  • Wheat Starch ? 507
  • Wheel Construction, Carter’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Wheel, Tqo Gigantic, 406, 407
  • Wheel Guard Fenders in Columbia, Captaio D. F. Fiebiger on, 554
  • Wheels, Single-driving, in the United States, 363
  • Wheeler, Mr. W. H., Birmingham and its Canal Connections with the Seaports, 23 Wheeler, Mr. W. H., On the Effects of Wind and Atmosnheric Pressuro on the Tides, 319, 405
  • White, Mr. John, Automatic Stocking Knitter,
  • 116
  • Whitehouse, Mr., His Staff, 477
  • White and Baltic Seas, Projected Railway to Connect the, 309
  • White Star Cargo Steamer, Cargo Carried by the New, 286
  • White Star s.s. “Georgic,” Launch of, 14, 17
  • Whiteside, Mr. G., On Light Railways, 382
  • Whitworth Scholarships and Exhibitions, 197, 227
  • Wiggio, Mr., On Nickel Steel, 199, 219
  • “ Wild Duck,” The Steam Launch, 141,142
  • Wilkinson, Mr. T. L., On the Adoption of the Decimal System in Calculations Relating to Railway Construction and Working, 29
  • Wilkinson, Mr. W. F., Chromo Iron Oro Mining in Asia Minor, 4
  • Williams, Sir Leader, On the Construction of the Manchester Ship Canal, 526
  • Willcox, Mr. J. E., and the Evesham Rural District Council’s Scheme for Villagos Water Supply, 369
  • Willcox, Mr. J. E , The Water Orton Sewerage Scheme, 369
  • Willson Aluminium Company and the Making of Calcium Carbide, 477
  • Wilmot and Co.’s Galvanised Corrugated Iron and Steel Articles, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Wilson - Barker, Captain D., “Clouds and Weather,” 595
  • Wilson and Co., Messrs. J. H., Steam Crane Excavator, Messrs. Simpson and Porter, 180
  • Wilson, Rear-Admiral, Masthead Signalling, 183
  • Wind and Atmosphere on the Tides, Effect of, 319
  • Wind, On the Force of the, 468
  • Wind Velocities, Mr. E. F. Miller’s Table of, 231
  • Winding Shaft?, Temporary and Permanent Repairs to, 612
  • Windmills at The Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11
  • Windsor-street Works of the City of Birmingham Gas Department, Visited, 200
  • Winter, M., On the Lowering of the Freezing Point of Water by tbe Admixture of Milk,525
  • Wire Guns of tbe “ Majestic” Tested, The, 336
  • Wire Ropes, Messrs. G. Cradock and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Witz, M. A., On Lighting by Luminescence, 192
  • Witz, Professor A., Tests with a Benier Gazigene Meter, 59
  • Woking Drainage and Sewage Schemes, 59 Wolfram Ore ? 411
  • Wood Drying and Seasoning, Mr. H. C. Lap- pert’s Process for, 160
  • Wood, Green, Conducts Electricity Better than Dead, 382
  • Wood for Making Spools for Thread in tbo United States and England, 369
  • Wood Paving Blocks, Karri, 511
  • Wood Pulp Articles? Moulded, 41
  • Wooden Railway, Florida, 551
  • Woolf Process, Electrozono made by the, to be used as a Disinfectant, 525
  • Woolwich Arsenal, A Unionist Government and, 89
  • Work, Average Pressure in which Men CaD, 13
  • Work of Steam, The, 12 Working of the Railways, 311
  • Workshop Gas Furnaces, 39
  • World’s Columbian Exposition, Proportion of Exhibitors and Awards, 595
  • Worm Gear Driven Machine Tools, 504
  • Woim Gearing for Power Transmission in Electrical Works, On the Use of, 501
  • Worsdell, Mr., On the Brake Trials on the North-Eastern Railway, 304
  • Worsdell, Mr. William, Express Locomotive, North-Eastern Railway (Supplement, September 26th, 1S95), 291, 292
  • Worthington, Mr. E., Electric Locomotives, 521
  • Wright and Co., Messrs., Feed-water Heater, and Filter, 487
  • Wrightson, Mr. Thomas, Dilatation, Annealing, and Welding of Iron and Steel, 559
  • Wye, Projected Bridge over the, 309
  • Wynne Edwards, Mr. T. A., Harrow, 11
  • Wynne, Timmins, and Co., Their New Spanners, 87
  • W. H. and L. Collingridge v. The City Press, Limited, 545
  • YARROW and Co., Messrs., Liunch of The “ Sokol,” 209
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Torpedo Boat Destroyer " Sokol,” 263
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Vessels of the “Sokol” Type, 510
  • Yarrow, Mr., Torpedo Boat “Sokol,” 525
  • Yenisei, Scheme for Correcting tbe Course of tbe, 217
  • York, Sowerage Works, 93
  • Yorkshire Coal Trade, The, 485
  • Yorkshire Miners’ Association, 186
  • Yorkshire Patent Drill Company’s Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 10
  • Yöst, Mr. G. W. N., 431
  • Young, Mr. J. D., On Marine Propellers, 501
  • ZANOTTA, M., On Junctions, 29
  • Zappert, Mr. II. C., Process for Drying and Saasoning Wood, 160
  • “ Zsbra,” Liunch of H.M.S., 549
  • Zinc by Electrolysis, Refining Impure, 143
  • Zurich, Conference on Uniform Methods of Testing Materials of Construction, 30
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  • ABBE and Schott, Drs , New Series of Glos3sfi Discovered by, 405
  • Aberthan, Collapse of Bridge at, 266
  • Abstracts of Consular and Diplomatic Reports, 211
  • Accelerated Train Service <74 Hook of Holland, 336
  • Accelerated Train Service between London and Constantinople, 336
  • Acceleration of Transport of Merchandise, Mr. Lambert, 29
  • Accident to the “ Aquila,” 58
  • Accident, Blasting, 105
  • Accident at the East 11am Sewage Pumping Station, 13
  • Accidents Duo to Failure of Machinery, Springs, &c., in Six Months, 431
  • Accident in Messrs. Palmer’s Shipyard, 160
  • Accidents, Personal and Other, on Railways and Railway Premises, 595
  • Accidents, Railway, in America, Fatal, 35
  • Accidents, Railway, in America, Classification of, 641
  • Accident, Riilway, io Arkansas, 13
  • Accident, Railway, Barcelona, 160
  • Accident, Railway, in Belgium, 369
  • Accident, Railway, on the Caledonian Line, 105
  • Accident, Railway, Caused by Fog, 641
  • Accident, Railway, at East Croydon, Immense Value of Automatic Brakes, 554
  • Accident, Riilway, on the Grand Trunk Railway, 143
  • Accident, Railway, on The Great Northern, 477
  • Accidents, Riilway, India, 87
  • Accident, Railway,at the Mont Parnasse Station, Remarkable, 405, 429
  • Accident, Railway, at Preston Station, Board of Trade Report on, 87
  • Accident, Railway, on the South-Eastern, 105
  • Accident, Railway, at The Surrey Canal Junction, 641
  • Accidents, Railway, in the United Kingdom, 309, 405
  • Accidents, Railway, in the United States, 160, 286, 309, 477, 525
  • Accidents in the United States in September, I Classified, 525
  • Accident on the Seabeach Railway, 234
  • Accident, A Traction Engine, 206
  • Accident, Tramway, in Cleveland, 554
  • Accrington and Church Outfall Sewerage Board Sued by the Ribble Committee, 107
  • Accumulators— What They can Do, 613
  • Accuracy of Valve Gears, The, 238
  • Acetylene and Carbonic Acid Gas, Dr. Krdger on, 457
  • Ackerman’s Armour Plates, 391
  • Ackerman Process of Treating Armour Plate, Too, 641 & Court, Mr. Sydney, On Civil Engineering, 626
  • Acworth, Mr., On Railway Economics, 405
  • Adam’s Bridge, 364
  • Adam’s Bridge Railway, The, 90, 104
  • Adams, Mr., Retirement of, 43
  • Adams, Prof. II., Oa The Force of the Wind, 468
  • Aden, Frosh Water at, 25
  • Adhesion of Metals to Glass, On tho, 131
  • Admiralty Buildings, The Now, 387
  • Adzing and Bering Machine, Sleeper, 103, 104
  • Aeration of Reservoir Water by Compressed Air, 87
  • Aeronautical Apparatus, Proposed Exhibition of, at the Paris Exposition, 59
  • Africa, Riilway Extension in South, 105
  • Africa, The Usambara Railway in East, 160
  • Agassiz, Prof., on Temperature of Rocks, 651
  • Agricultural Implements at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 9, 10, 11, 11
  • Agricultural Machinery Exhibition in Vienna, 1896, 217
  • Agricultural Processes, Electricity Applied to, 349
  • Agricultural Show, Royal—see Royal Agricultural Show
  • Air and Circulating Pumps for 3000-Horse Power Mill Engines Patentee, Mr. J. G. Hudson, 140, 164
  • Air Currents Traversing Underground Workings, Loss of Head in, 218
  • Air, Moan Daily Movement of the, at Greenwich in 1895, 13
  • Air Pressure in which Men can Work, Maximum, 13
  • Air Propellers, Fans and, 435
  • Air Pump and Jet Condenser, Drum, 189
  • Air, Ratio of the Two Specific Heats for, 35
  • Albion Windmill, Mr. II. Sykes, 11
  • Alcohol on Mercurous Iodide, Action of, 647
  • “Alert,” Sale of the Flagship, 286
  • Algiers, Petroleum in, 517
  • Allan and Co., Messrs. W., Triple-expansion Eogines, s s. “Lizzie Westoll” (Supplement, JnlyMtk, 1895), 62
  • Allan, Mr. William, and the Belleville Boilers, 234
  • Allen and Blackwell’s Observations with Surface Floats for the Discharge of Niagara and other Rivers, 382
  • Alloys, Mr. W. G. McMillan on the Nature of, 361
  • Alloys of Copper and Zinc, M. Charpy on the Mechanical Properties of, 405
  • Alloys of Tin and Zinc as Solder for Glass, 266
  • Alternator, Mordey-Victoria, Leicester Electricity Works, 56
  • Aluminium, M. Faucon on, 270
  • Aluminium Alloys, Resistance to Corrosion of Light, 87
  • Aluminium Cups for a Rain Gauge Tried and Rejected, 296
  • Aluminium and Copper, M. Le Chatelier on a Fusion of, 87
  • Aluminium, Effects of Weather upon Sheet, 266
  • Aluminium Fixings of the Texas Torpedo Boats, Action of Salt Water on the, 309
  • Aluminium on the French State Railway, Use of, 477
  • Aluminium with other Metals, Coating, 286
  • Aluminium and other Metals to Glass, On the Adhesion of, Mr. C. Margot, 131
  • Aluminium in Ship Work, 579
  • Aluminium Torpedo Boats, 407
  • Aluminium Torpedo Tubes Proved to be Unreliable, 501
  • Aluminium Tubos ? 41
  • Aluminium Wire, Action of Electric Current on, 457
  • Aluminium Works at The Falls of Foyers, 212
  • American Asphalte, Dr. W. C. Day on, 525
  • American Cruiser “Columbia,” Atlantic Passage of the, 160
  • American Engineer and Engineer!ng Journal, The, Bi-weekly Publication of, 431
  • American Engineering News, 74, 94, 118,146,168, 294, 346, 372, 442, 538, 561, 627, 648
  • American Iron Trade, Activity in, 286
  • American Lakes, Shipbuilding on the, 357, 401
  • American Liner “St. Louis,” The New, 13, 35
  • American Liner “ St. Louis,” Trial of, 160, 192
  • American Machinery, Reputed Excellence of, 35
  • American Navy, Smokeless Powder in the, 527
  • American Notes, 26, 51, 77, 97,123, 149, 171,197, 223, 245, 272, 297, 322, 349, 375, 398, 420, 442, 469, 493, 516, 541, 564, 631, 651
  • American Railroads and Tracks, 391
  • American Railways, The Defects of, 319
  • American Railways, Train Accidents on, 160
  • American Self-propelled Carriages, 495
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 239
  • “American Special Express,” The Rumoured, Unfounded, 160
  • American Trade Improvement, Tho, 647
  • American Warships, Doublo Turrets for, 214
  • Amphibious Passenger Boats, 370, 434, 466, 490, 504, 538, 616
  • “Amphitrite,” Protest of the Officers of the, 76
  • Amu Daria, Proposed Railway Bridge across the, 160
  • Analysis of Chromo Ore and Ferro-Chromuim, Mr E. II. Saniter, 177
  • Anatolian Railway, New Section of, 554
  • Ancona Harbour, Tenders for Repair of, 35
  • Andersen, Dr. W., Experiment in Organ Blowing, 284
  • Andrews, Mr. Thos., On Railway Axles, 456
  • “Andromeda,” Propelling Machinery of the New Cruiser, 468
  • Angus and Co., Manufactured Leather of all Kinds, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Anstie, Mr. John, Scheme for Drainage and Sewage of Woking District, 59
  • Anthracite Briquettes, A Recent Patent for, 369
  • Anti-fouling Composition, One Side of H.M.S. “ Prince George ” coated with, 217
  • Antrobus, Mr. II. L., His Re-appointment, 13
  • Appleyard, Mr. R., On the Action of Sulphur Vapour on Copper, 554
  • Appleyard, Mr. R., On a Direct Reading Platinum Thermometer, 525
  • Apyrite, A New Refractory Substance, 191
  • Apyrite in Rhenish Bavaria, 143
  • “Aquila,” On the Accident on Board the Torpedo Boat, 58, 87
  • Architectural Curriculum at King’s College, 309
  • Argon, 1st Hodgkin’s Prize Granted to Lord Rayleigh and Professor W. Ramsay for their Memorandum on, 501
  • Argon, M. Th. Sehloesing, jun, on the Elimation of, 525
  • Armour Plate, The Ackerman Process of Treating, 641
  • Armour Plates, Ackerman’s, 391
  • Armour Plates, Hanging of llirveyed, 464, 529
  • Armour Plate Making, 337
  • Armour Plates for the United States Navy, 624
  • Armour-Plate Test of a Chrome Steel, 266
  • Armour Plates in the United States, 256
  • Armour Plating of the “ Iowa,” Testing of, 160
  • Armour Plating, Vegetable Fibre or Sawdust Chemically Treated and Applied to, 192
  • Armour Test, The Navy Department, 335
  • Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., SirW. G., Railway Ferry Steamer for the Volga, 284
  • Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., Speed Trials of the “ Buenos Aires,” 461
  • Armstrong, Prof. G. F., Ilis Election, 477
  • Arndt’s Patent Economotcr, 240
  • Arnold, Mr. John Oliver, “ Influence of Carbon on Iron,” 559
  • Arrol, Sir William, Ridicule the Notion of a Channel Bridge, 405
  • Arrol’s Bridge and Roof Co., Contracts Placed with Messrs., by Messrs. A. Waterhouse and Son, 641
  • Artesian Well, Blasting in an, 218
  • Artb, M. Georges, On the Action of Water on Coal, 217
  • Artillery Practico, Okchampton, 365
  • Artisans’ Dwellings, Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway Company’s, 369
  • Arundel Drainage Works, The Duke of Norfolk and the, 457
  • Ashanti and Gold Coast Colony, Map of, 554
  • Ashbourne, Light Electric Railway from Derby to, 457
  • Ashmore, Benson, Pease, and Co., Limited, Gasholder without Columns, 547
  • Asia Minor, Chrome Iron Ore Mining in,
  • Aslett, Mr. Alfred, His Appointment, 105
  • Asphalte, American, 525
  • Asphalte Pavements, Improved, 59
  • Asphalte Paving, New Form of, 266
  • Aspinall, Mr., On Express Locomotives, 1
  • Aspinall, Mr. J. A. F., His Appointment, 431
  • Assmann, Professor, State Observatory Established on the Brocken by, 336
  • Association for the Advancement of Science, The Australasian, Seventh Session, 140
  • Association, American International, of Railway Superintendents of Bridges and Buildings at New Orleans, Report of, 536
  • Association of Engineers, The Bristol:— Creation and Development of the Steam
  • Engine, Mr. H. W. PearaoD, 468
  • Association of Engineers, The Leeds:—
  • Visit to the Earle’s Shipbuilding and Engineering Company’s Works, 171
  • Association of Engineers, The Manchester:— Electric Locomotives, Mr. E. Worthington, 521 Syllabus for the Fortieth Session, 404
  • Association of Foremen Engineers and Draughtsmen, London :—
  • How not to do some Things, Mr. William T. Coates, 481
  • Safety Appliances for Lifts, Mr. W. P. Heath, 381
  • Association, Iron Trades Employers’, 90
  • Report Drawn up for, On the Situation of the Clyde and Belfast Strikes, by Mr. J. Stafford Ransome, 559
  • Association of Municipal and County Engineers, The Incorporated :—
  • Twentieth Voluntary Pass Examination for the Offices of Municipal Engineers and Surveyors, 368
  • Association, New York Street Railway:—
  • Car Boating by Electricity, Mr. J. F. McElroy, 450
  • Association, The Self-propelled Traffic, 599
  • Association of Waterworks Engineers, Proposed, 504, 529, 602
  • Association, Yorkshire Miners’, 186
  • Athens, On the Rainfall at, 613
  • Atlantic, Lighthouse on Sule Skerry in the, 266
  • Atlantic Liners, America and British, 509
  • Attock, Mr. F., His Resignation, 431
  • “Aurania,” Accident to the, 105
  • “Aurora,” Re-armament of the, 613
  • Australia, Railway Locomotives for, 13
  • Australia, Railway Mileago in West, 13
  • Australia, The Year-Book of, on Gauges, 13
  • Australian Coal, 391
  • Australian Engineering Notes, 146, 418, 562, 628
  • Austrian Ironfounders, Iron Disposed of in Seven Months by the Syndicate of, 192
  • Austro-Hungarian State Railway Terminus Destroyed by Fire, 105
  • Autocars, 418
  • Automatic Brakes, Immense Value of, 554
  • Automatic Gas Engino Starter, Groens, 312
  • Automatic Mountings for Heavy Guns, The New “Centurion,” 616
  • Automatic Overflow for Water Coolers, 140
  • Automatic Road Carriages, 290, 334, 408, 409
  • Automatic Signals between Greenwich Observatory and the Westminster Clock, 336
  • Automatic Stocking Knitter, 116
  • Auvert, M., On Electric Traction, 19, 47, 73, 119
  • Available Sources of Water Supply for London, 386
  • Avon Park, Florida, Wooden Railway, 554
  • Awards at The Columbian Exhibition, Small Percentage of Exhibits Receiving, 382
  • Awards, Result of the Non-competitive System of, Columbian Exhibition, 382
  • Axles, Failures of, on British Railways, 613
  • Axles, Railway, Mr. Thos. Andrews on, 456
  • BABCOCK and Wilcox Boilers on the “Zenith City,” Trial of, 431
  • Backer, M. do, On Contributive Traffic, 55
  • Bagley, Mr., On the Burno-Chinese Railway, 336
  • Bailey, Mr., On Incandescent Lamp3 and their Manufacture, 500
  • Bainbridge, Mr., and the Miners, 412
  • Baines, Mr. G. H., On the Introduction of the Metric System of Weights and Measures, 501
  • Baird and Son, Messrs. Archibald, Presentation to, 474
  • Baker, Sir Benjamin, Appointed Trustee of the
  • Benevolent Fund of the Institution of Civil Engineers, 369
  • Baker, Sir Benjamin, His Presidential Address at the Institute of Civil Engineers, 480, 483, 512
  • Balanced Locomotive and Engineering Co., Strong Locomotives, 143
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, Express Locomotive for Chicago Mail Trains, 382
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, Locomotives for Chili, 192
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, Locomotives for Russian Railways, 595
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, 19in. by 26in. Passenger Engine, 234
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, A Queer New Type of Locomotive, 286
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works and the Westinghouse Co., Business Combination between the, 192
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works and Westinghouse Electric Manufacturing Co., Alliance of the, 336
  • Balloon with Self-registering Instruments, 59
  • Ballyshannon, Proposed Extension of The Donegal Railway to, 266
  • Baltic and Black Sea Ship Canal, Tho, 237
  • Baltic and North Sea Canal, Compound Engines of Steam Hopper Barge on the (Supplement, October 25th, 1S95), 415
  • Baltic and North Sea Canal, Excavators, Dredgers, &c., 310, 316
  • Baltic Canal—see also North Sea and Baltic Canal Baltimore and Ohio Railway, Electric Locomotive, 548
  • Baltimore Tunnel Electric Locomotive in Service, 404
  • Bamford and Sons’ Agricultural and Harvesting Implements, 11
  • Bamford’s Mower Gear, 10
  • Band Saw Machine, Horizontal, 23, 32, 63
  • Bangkok-Korat Railway, The, 217, 457
  • Bankers’ Strong Room, George Price Lim.,336
  • Bankfoot, Proposed Extension of Railway to, 266
  • Bankside Station, Ferranti Machines and Willaus Engines at the, 234
  • Bansept Patents, New Intensive Gas Burner covered by the, 501
  • “Barbadien,” Explosion on Board the, 105, 234
  • Barcelona Railway Accident, 160
  • Barcelona, 6000-Ton Depositing Dock for, 354
  • Barford and Perkin’s Straw and Ilay Press, 9
  • Barium Ferrocyanide, Removing Sulphur from Iron by the Agency of, 35
  • Barmen Electric Tramway, 553
  • Barometers, Mechanical Device for Performing the Temperature Corrections of, 613
  • Barrage, The Nile, 427, 432
  • Barrow Steel Works Closed for an Indefinite Time, 192
  • Basic Furnace, 194
  • Batavia, The Harbour of, 204, 205, 207
  • Bath and West and Southern Counties Agricultural Society’s Places of Meeting, 105
  • Batourn, Harbour near, 217
  • Battery Cars with Chloride Butteries, Storage, 369
  • Battery, M. Laura’s Secondary, 217
  • Battery, Steel Frame Stamp, for Wet Crushing, 252 253
  • Battery, The Velvo-Carbon, 252
  • Battleship “ Bouvines,” The French, 210, 214
  • Battleships, British, 87, 135, 160, 192, 217, 234, 286, 309, 316, 365, 414, 415, 485, 490,500,512, 549, 554,613
  • Battleships, French, Alterations in Progress, 87
  • Battleships, French Armoured, 88, 92
  • Battleships, Improvement in the Coal Consumption of, 197
  • Battleships, Italian, at Portsmouth, 31, 37, 40
  • Battleship “Magnificent” to be Completed by December 12th, 336
  • Battleships for the United States of America, Test of the Section of a Side of a Ship at Indian Head, 35
  • Battleships for the United States, 109, 352
  • Boatings, Lubrication and Wear of, 160
  • Beck, Messrs. R. and J., Card Case Opera Glass, 511
  • Belfast Central Electric Lighting Station, The, 278-280
  • Belfast and Northern Counties Railway Company, Directors’ Report, 105
  • Belfast, Scheme for Lighting the Harbour, 546
  • Belfast Strikes, The Clyde—see Clyde and Belfast Strike
  • Belgian Railways, Lighting and Heating of Rolling Stock on, 87
  • Belgian Railways, Substitution of Electric Traction for Steam Locomotives on, 87
  • Belgian Railways, Tickets with Traveller’s Photograph Attached, 217
  • Belgian Workshops, The Metro in, 396
  • Belgium, Coal Export from, 13
  • Belgium, Disastrous Railway Accident, 369
  • Belgium, Number of Furnaces in Blast in, 105
  • Belgrade Drainage Works, Quays, and Warehouses, Tenders Invited for, 87
  • Bell, A Big Bronze, for a Church at Montmartre, 336
  • Bell, An Old Station, 457
  • Boll’s Asbestos Works, Messrs., Visit to, 514
  • Bell, Casting of, in Cincinnati, 613
  • Bell and Rocliffe’s Plate-joggling Machine, Pallion Yard, 19
  • Bell, Mr. Thomas, Proposed Retirement of, 457
  • Belleville Boilers, The, Engineer Officers of H.M. Cruisers “Powerful” and “Terrible” should be Familiarised with the Working of, 160
  • Belleville Boilers, Mr. William Allan on the, 234
  • Belleville Boiler and its Evaporative Efficiency, The, 464
  • Belleville Boilers on The Lake Steamer “ North- West ” Condemned, 382
  • Benier Gazogene Meter, Prof. A. Witz on a, 59
  • Bennett, Mr. A. R., On Municipal Telephony, 477
  • Bental and Co.’s Mower, 11
  • Bentall and Co.’s Mower, and Uncbokable Turnip Cutter, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Bergmannstage at Hanover, 143
  • Berg, Mr. W. G., Strength of Bridge and Trestle Timbers, 536
  • Berlin Ga9 Heating, Valuo of, 160
  • Berlin Industrial Exhibition, 1896, 217
  • Bessemer Process, The Robert, 412
  • Bessemer Steel Ingots in the United States, Production of, 160
  • Bessemer Steel Production in England, 521
  • Bevis, Mr., Engines and Boilers of The s.s. “Queen of the North,” (Supplement, November 1* 7, 1895), 426
  • Bicycle Fever on The Rubber Trado, Effect of the. 478
  • Bicycle Problem, 191
  • Bicycles for Inspectors of the Streot Cleaning Department in New York, 595
  • Bids for Composite Gunboats, 420
  • Bidwell, Mr. Shelford, Electrical Properties of Selenium, 35
  • Biggart, Mr. A. S., Hydraulic Stoking Machinery in Gasworks, 99
  • Bill for Powers to Provide London with Sea Water, 525
  • Bills, Private, in Preparation for the Coming Session, 525
  • Birch Wood for Spools from Maine Forest, 369
  • Birmingham and its Canal Connections with the Seaports, Mr. W. Wheeler on, 23
  • Births and Deaths Registered in London, 192, 234, 266, 309, 369, 525
  • Bismuth, On The Variation with Temperature of the Hall Effect in, 525
  • Blackwall, The Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, 567—578
  • Blackwall Tunnel, Tho, 365, 430, 635, 636, 637, 638, 642
  • “Blake,” H.M.S., 490
  • Blast Furnace Gas Boilers, 532
  • Blasting Accident at Smerwick, 105
  • Blasting in an Artesian Well, 218
  • Blechynden Express Boiler, The, 406
  • Block Instruments, Electric Control of, on Busy Sections of Railways, 525
  • Blondel, M., His Method of Welding Lead, 160, 309
  • Blotting Paper, “Spongia,” 35
  • Blower, Mr. M. R. Ruble, 5
  • Blowing Engines, Murdock’s, 434
  • Blyth-built Steamer, Trial Trip of a, 651
  • Blyth, Sir James, On Dairy Farm Buildings, 48
  • Board of Trade, The, 500
  • Board of Trade and Electric Lighting, The, 42
  • Board of Trade Inquiry, Redcar Ironworks Explosion, 72, 81
  • Board of Trade Inspector on the Necessity of Automatic Control of Block Instruments, 525
  • Board of Trade Officers, 65
  • Board of Trade Reports on Boiler Explosions, 13
  • Board of Trade Report on The Caledonian Railway Accident, 105
  • Board of Trade Return, Accidents on Railways and Railway Premises, 595
  • Board of Trade Returns of Railway Accidents in the United Kingdom, 309
  • Beats, Amphibious Passenger, 370, 434, 466, 490, 504, 538, 616
  • Boats, Horse-Propelled Paddle, 505
  • Boats on Inland Watorways, Traction of, 109. 142, 166
  • Boby, Mr. R., Hay Makers and Corn‘Dressing Machines, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Bogie Carriages on Express Trains, /Vs to the Adoption of, 266
  • Boilers, Act parsed in Iknver requiring all in charge of, to bo Licensed, 595
  • Bailers, Belleville, Condemned on the Lake Steamer “ North West,” 382
  • Boilers, Belleville, and their Evaporative Efficiency, 464
  • Boilers, Belleville, their Working and Management 160 I
  • Boilers, The Belleville, 160, 234, 382, 464
  • Boilers, Blast Furnace Gas, 532
  • Boiler, Blecbynden Express, 406
  • Boilers of the “Chicago,” The Steel for the, 595
  • Boiler, Compound Tube Water-tube, Messrs. Fraser and Co., 367
  • Boiler, Cost of Running an Inspirator to Feed a, 457
  • Boiler Disincrustant, Liquid Carbonic Acid as a, 501
  • Boilers, Experiments on Locomotive, at the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 227
  • Boiler Explosions, Causes of Two, 13
  • Boiler Explosion, A Curious, 262, 333
  • Boiler Explosions in Denver and tbo Act to Diminish such in Future, 595
  • Boiler Explosion in the Detroit Journal Building, 457, 525
  • Boiler Explosions, Domestic, 650
  • Boiler Explosion, The Rodcar, 108, 166, 189, 216, 226
  • Boiler Feed, 579
  • Boilers and Feed Water, 338
  • Boilers, Firo-boxes and Tubes, Mr. E. Sauvage,
  • Boiler Fittings, Manganese Bronze, 545
  • Boiler, The Haythorn Tubulous, 152
  • Boilers of H.M.S. “Chargor,” Concerning the, 192
  • Boilers of II. M. Torpedo Boat Destroyer “ Rocket,” Leaks in the, 105
  • Boiler Inspectors, 235, 258, 291, 309, 359, 386
  • Boilers, Locomotive, Experiments on, at the Works of The Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 179
  • Boilers, Locomotive, at the Works of the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 43, 91
  • Boilers, Marine, 363
  • Boilers, Prevention of Scale in, 336
  • Boilers, RivetiDg Machine for Locomotive, 193
  • Boilers of Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Steel Tubes in place of Copper for the, 336
  • Boilers, Trial of the Babcock and Wilcox, 431
  • Boilers, Water-tube, 39
  • Boilers, Water-tube Marine, 527
  • Boilers, Water-tube, Mr. F. T. Milton on, 2
  • Boilers, Water-tube, Different Types to be Tested, 336
  • Boiler, Water-tube, Petersen and McDonald's, 366
  • Bonehill, M. Emile, Direct Puddling of Iron, 176
  • Books Received, 15, 43, 67, 91, 113, 163,187,213, 237, 308, 365, 413, 437, 461, 485, 510, 533, 557, 599, 620, 645
  • Boon to Railway Companies, A, 16
  • Borcher’s, Dr., Apparatus for Preparing Calcium Carbide, 641
  • Borneo, British North, Telegraph Line in, 105
  • Boron as an Alloy in Steel, 234
  • Boron Steel, MM. Moissan and Charpy on, 143
  • Boston and Albany Railway, Rails Laid on Part of its Track, 59
  • Bottles for Holding Carbonic Acid, Experiments on, 171
  • Boulton, Mr., Links in the History of the Locomotive, 240
  • “Bouvines,” The French Battleship, 210, 214
  • Bow, McLichlan, and Co., Compound Paddle Engines and Ship Steering Gear, 428, 489
  • Bow, McLachlan, and Co., Thistle Works, Paisley, 423, 424, 433
  • Bowor Barff Patent, The, 46
  • Bowness Sewage Scheme, 205
  • Boyle Surplus Valve, 319
  • Bradford’s Butter Moulding and Drying Machine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 15
  • Brakes, Automatic, their Value proved by the Railway Accident at East Croydon, 554
  • Brakes, Continuous, 504
  • Brake, Continuous, its Origin, 38
  • Brakes, Friction, 250
  • Brakes for Light Railways, Mr. Plocq, 29, 54
  • Brakes, Link in the History of Continuous Railway, 35
  • Brake, Quick-acting, 396, 409, 466
  • Brake-rolls, Differential Speeds in, 148
  • Brake Trials on The North-Eastern Railway, 304, 334
  • Brassworkors’ Association, Absenco of Relief Applications during a week a Unique Event, 457
  • Brazil, Railway Material Ordered in England for, 192
  • Brewer, Mr. W. J., Brighton Dyke and Aerial Ropeway, 329, 330
  • Brick Arch Roof, Testing a, 192
  • Brickdust Mortar as Substitute for Hydraulic Cement, 266
  • Bricks, Glass, of the Falconier System, 431
  • Brick Machine, Dry Pross, 71, 94
  • Bridge at Aberthan, Collapse of, 266
  • Bridge, Adam’s, 364
  • Bridge building, Rapid, at Ely, 525
  • Bridges, Construction and Tests of Metallic, Mr. Edler von Leber, 30
  • Bridge over the Danube at Budapest, Now Stiffened Suspension, 60, 67, 106, 107, 108, 647
  • Bridge over the Danube, Inauguration of The Great, 336
  • Bridge, Edinburgh, The New Waverley, 128, 135
  • Bridge across the Hudson River, 266
  • Bridge, Kotri Railway, Indian Railways, 535
  • Bridge, Montreal, and the Proposed New, 183
  • Bridge ovor Niagara Gorge, New Suspension, 87
  • Bridge and Railway, The Channel, 105
  • Bridge, Railway, over the Weichsol, 548, 551, 552
  • Bridge at Rendsburg, Railway Swing, 127, 142
  • Bridge, Rutberglen, 182, 188
  • Bridges, Stono, on The Great Northern Company’s New Line, 309
  • Bridges, Superstructure of Railway, 394, 395, 416 418
  • Bridges, Suspension, of Maximum Span, 247
  • Bridges ? Swing, 15
  • Bridge of Tolbiac on the Orleans Railway, Opening of tho, 59
  • Bridge, Traffic over London and the Tower, 369
  • Bridge and Trestle Timbers, Strength of, 536
  • Bridge over the Tyne at Newcastle, A New High Level, 405
  • Bridge ovor the Wye, Projected, 309
  • Bridge, York, Strengthening Ixmdal, 633
  • Bridges which ought to be Examined, Railway,
  • Bridgwater, Proposed Ship Canal to, 438
  • Bridgwater Town Council, Contemplated Improvement of the Parret, 405
  • Brierley, Mr. Harwood, Spurn Point and its L’ghtbcusfs, 241
  • Brighton Dyke Aerial Ropeway, 329, 330
  • Brighton and Rottingdean Seashcre Electric Tramroad, 453
  • Bristol, Electric Tramway Inaugurated, 382
  • Britannia Company’s Fixed Oil Engine, 7
  • Britannia Company, Portable Oil Engine, 319
  • British Association, The, 254
  • Inaugural Address of the President, Sir Douglas Galton, 254
  • Inaugural Address of the President of the Mechanical Section, Mr. L. Vernon-Harcourt, 254, 269
  • Effect of Wind and Atmospheric Pressure on the Tides, Mr. W. II. Wheeler, 319
  • Ilormite Process of Deodorising Sewage at Ipswich, Mr. J. Napier, 345
  • Ipswich Meeting, Section G, Provisional Programme. 220, 254
  • Visits to Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies’ Works, to Messrs. E. R. and F. Turner’s, and to Messrs. Ransomes and Rapier’s, 289
  • Weirs in Rivers, Mr. G. F. M. Stoney, 334
  • Works to bo Visited, 254
  • British Railways, Capital Invested in, 35
  • British Coal Industry, The, 389
  • British Locomotives, Some Remarkable Performances in, 69
  • British Railway Material, Japan and, 163
  • British Shipbuilding, 430
  • British Small-arm Ammunition, 12
  • Broad Gaugo v. Narrow Gauge, 617
  • “Brooklyn,” Launch of the U.S., 192
  • Brooklyn Trolley Roads, Effect of the Reduced Speed on the, 59
  • Brown, Mr. C., Locomotive Steam Crane, 293
  • Brown, Marshalls, and Co.’s Hopper Coal Wagon, 32
  • Brownhills Urban District Council, Plans for the Sewerage of the Walsall Wood District, 613
  • Browning Automatic Gun, Tested at Indian Head, 595
  • Bruff, Mr., His Retirement from Active Work, 35
  • Brunner, Mond, and Co., Works on Teesside, 382
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Leicester Electricity Works, 56, 57, 64
  • Brussels a Port, 554
  • Brussels Tramway Co., their Trolley System of Electric Traction, 35
  • Brussels Declares Itself a Seaport, 405, 547
  • “Bruxelles Port de Mer,” 405, 547
  • Bryant, Mr. C. W., Elevating and Depressing Gear for Heavy Ordnance, 143
  • Buchanan and Sons, Messrs. James, Coal Elevating and Conveying Machinery, 132
  • Buck, Professor de Burg, On the Physiological Laboratory of the Yorkshire College and its Instrumental Equipment, 559
  • Buckingham, Sewerage Works for, Scheme Explained, 457
  • Bude, Projected Railway to, 431
  • Budleigh Salterton, A New Railway to, 501
  • “Buenos Aires,” Firing Trial of Elswick Cruiser, 593
  • Buffer, The Newark Locomotive, 116
  • Buffet Car on Street Railroad in Philadelphia, 143
  • Building Materials, Technical Congress at Zurich for Securing Unity of Methods in the Testing of, 266
  • Buildings, Moving, 507, 537
  • Bulgaria, New Railways and Harbours, 382
  • Bulgarian Railway, Tenders Invited for a, 87
  • Buoys, Electric Light, Sandy Hook, 35
  • Burke Electric System for Operating Gun Turrets, Test of the, 266
  • Burraah to the China Frontier, Proposal for a Railway from, 369
  • Burmah, Electric Light in, 22
  • Burmoister and Wain’s “Danish Junior ” Separators, 11
  • Burmo-Chinese Railway, With Reference to the, 336
  • Burnett, Mr. R. H., Six-Coupled Locomotive, Metropolitan and St. John’s Wood Railway (Supplement, October 4th, 1895)
  • Burntisland, Extension of Docks, 5-16
  • Burroll and Co., Messrs. C., Improved Compound Road Roller, 579
  • Burton, Griffiths and Co., Water i/cvol Indicator and Detector, 647
  • Bute Dock Company’s Projected New Railways in Monmouthshire, 431
  • Butter Moulding and Drying Machine, Bradford’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Butter Worker, Wilmot and Sons, Ibyal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • CABLE Tramways for Edinburgh, 409
  • Cable, Steel, for the Columbus Avonue Railway, 4o7
  • Cable Inclined Railway up Prospect Mountain. M.Y., 87
  • Caird and Co., Messrs., Launch of the “Palawan.” 234
  • Caird and Rayner’s Works, Visit of the Junior Engineers to Messrs., 436
  • Caisson at Nassel-IIama, Sinking of a, 192
  • Calcium Carbide, The Willson Aluminium Company and,477
  • Caledonian Railway, Accident on the, 105
  • Caledonian Railway Extension, Pressure Exerted on the Company for, 309
  • Caledonian Railway, Jabilee of tho, 89
  • Calendar for 1896, 625
  • Calorimeter, Junker’s Gas, 164
  • Cambrian Railways, Illustrated Guido to the, 35
  • Cambrian Railway, Tank Engines on the, 191
  • Cameron, Mr. John, Punching and Shearing Machine, 614
  • “Campania’s” Record, The, 217
  • Campbell Gas Engine Company’s Engines, 8
  • Campbell-Stokes Instrument, Hours of Sunshine Recorded by, 336
  • Canadian Pacific Railroad Company’s Fire Guard on both Sides of Track, 160
  • Canadian Sault St. Marie Canal, Opening of, 168
  • Canals, 63
  • Canal, The Baltic and Black Sea Ship, 237
  • Canal, The Brussels, Decree Signed, 405
  • Canal between Brussols and Willebrock, 554
  • Canal, Cauadiau Sault St. Marie, Openiug of the, 168
  • Canal Connecting Great Salt Pond on Block Island with the Ocean, 59
  • Canal, Cost of the Projected Prussian Ship, 266
  • Canals, 1 ho Erie, Champlain, and Oswego, Iesue of Bopds for the Improvement of. 405
  • Canal Haulage, 191
  • Canal, Leeds aud Liverpool, 441
  • Canal, The Manchester Ship, 180
  • Canal, Nicaragua, 263, 580
  • Canal, North Sea and Baltic—see North Sea, Ac.
  • Canal, The Panama, 431, 647
  • Canal Profits iu India, 647
  • Canals and Rivers of North Germany, 101
  • Canal, Ship, to Bridgwater, 438
  • Canal, The Trollhatta aud Gota, 194
  • Canals, Two New, 13
  • Canals in the United States, Vote in Favour of the Improvement of, 599
  • Candle Making Machinery ? 507
  • Canwick Irrigation Farm, New Works Opened, 477
  • Caoutchouc Cement for Cycle Tires, 309
  • Cape Colony, Railway Extension, 382
  • Cape Government Railways, Goods Engines and Tenders for the (Supplement, November 22nd, 1895), 497,510
  • Capital Invested in British Railways, 35
  • Capper, Professor D. S., On the Lille Experiments on the Efficiency of Ropes and Belts for Power Transmission, 639
  • Car Journals, Weight per Square Inch on, 171
  • Carbide of Calcium for Carburetting, On the Use of, 405
  • Carbon Dioxide, On the Use of Liquid, for Chilling Test Pieces, 105
  • Carbon into Graphite, Furnace for Transforming, 59
  • Carbon on Iron, Influence of, 559
  • Carbonic Acid, Experiments on Bottles for Holding, 171
  • Carbonic Acid Liquid as a Bailer Disincrastant, 501
  • Carbonic Snow, Messrs. Villard and Jarry’s Experiments with, 234
  • Carbon, Specific Heat at Boiling Point of, 35
  • Carbon in Steel, Iiow to Ascertain Percentage of, 87
  • Carbonickel should be Cupronickel, The Word, 244, 250
  • Card Case Opera Glass, The, 511
  • Cardiff Docks, 526
  • Cardiff, Proposed New Dock, 546
  • Cardiff Waterworks Undertaking, The, 156
  • Cargo, The Largest that ever left New York, 286
  • Carlingford Lough, Pleasure Steamers for, 309
  • Carnegie, Mr. A., On the Railway System of Britain and Railway Rates in Britain and America, 309
  • Carnegie, Edgar Thomson, Steel Works, Record Run made in the Converting Department of the, 192
  • Carnegie Steel Company’s Plates for the “Chicago,” Inspection of the, 431
  • Carriages without Horses, Mr. G. C. Marks on, 514
  • Carriages, Mechancal Road, 35, 38, 63
  • Carriages, Petroleum, 32, 36
  • Carriages, Petroleum Road, 12
  • Carriages, Road—see also Road Carriages
  • Carriages, Self-propelled Road, in France, 36
  • Carriage Tire Sections, 643
  • Carrier Pigeon Service in the United States, The Messenger, 477
  • Cars, Storage Battery, with Chloride Batteries, for New York, 369
  • Cartage and Delivery, Mr. Twelvetrees, 55
  • Carter Brothers Fixed Oil Engine, 7, 8
  • Carter’s Disintegrators, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12
  • Carter’s Wheel Construction, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Cartridge Cases, 244, 250
  • Cast Iron Columns of the St. Louis City Hall, Report on the Defects in, 525
  • Cast Iron, Tests of the Physical Properties of, 219
  • Cast Steel Ingots, Small, 206
  • Casting Compound Ingots for Armour Plates, Mr. T. Hampton’s Method of, 234
  • Catalogues, 45, 72, 113, 160, 196, 227, 285, 418
  • Catalogue of Earthquakes, The ‘Russian Geographical Society’s, 160
  • Catalogue Issued by The Royal Agricultural Society, 45
  • Cataract Construction Company of Niagara Falls, The, 323
  • Cattle Trade, Foreign, Improvements at Birkenhead, 328
  • Cell, A Dry, 59
  • Cell, The Renault Dry, 217
  • Celluloid Articles? Makers of, 65
  • Cements, Heat Tests for, 595
  • Cement, Specific Gravity of, 248
  • Census of Pedestrian and Vehicular Traffic over London and the Tower Bridge, 369
  • Central Cyclone Company’s Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12
  • Central Factories for Sugar, 86
  • Central London Railway, The, 22, 42
  • Central Siberian Line, The Tomsk Soction, 234
  • Centrifugal Fans, Design and Testing of, 625
  • Centurion, The Now, 437, 529, 616
  • Centurion, Tbo New, Automatic Mountings for Heavy Guns, 616
  • Ceylon, Battle of The Gauges in, 13
  • Ceylon Government Railway, Locomotives for, 143
  • Chabal, E., Experiments on the Lubrication and Wear of Bearings, 160
  • “Challenge” Feed Pumps or Heaters? 65
  • Channel Bridge and Railway Company, Meeting of Holders of Founders’ Stock in the, 105
  • Charleroi District, Coal Concessions, 143
  • Charleston Harbour, 441
  • Charpy, M., On th9 Mechanical Properties of Alloys of Copper and Zinc, 405
  • Cheap Money, The Day of, 312
  • Cheap Oxygen, 337
  • Cheeld’s Centrifugal Churn, 9
  • Chelmsford, Firo at The Arc Works, 562
  • Chemical Engineering in Germany, 414
  • Chemistry in Relation to Engineering, 269
  • Cheshire Lines Committee, Stipulations of the, in Inviting Tenders for Rolling Stock, 641
  • Chester Conference to Re-arrange the Railway Rates for Agricultural Produce, 645
  • C'he8ter-le-Street, Sewerage Schemes for, 250
  • Cheyaur Bridge, Strengthening of the Girders of, 217
  • Chicago Drainage Canal, Excavation Involved, 286
  • Chicago, Elevated Electric Railway, 143, 160
  • Chicago, Projected Subways for, 431
  • Chilian Loan for Railway Construction, 309
  • Chilling Test pieces with Liquid Carbon Di jxide, 105
  • Chimbote Railway, Mr. J. R. Maxwell on the, 59
  • Chimneys, Draught Power of, 309
  • China, New Railway, University and Schools for, 382
  • China, Projected Railway between Tientsin ana Chinkiaug, 309
  • China, Railways in, and The Cockerill Company, 457
  • Chinose Railways, New, 613
  • Chinese Torpedo Cruiser, New, 286
  • Chorley Sewerage Purification Works, 457
  • Chrome Iron Ore Mining in Asia Minor, Mr. W. F. Wilkinson, 4
  • Chrome Ore and Forro-chromium, Analysis of, Mr. E. H. Saniter, 177
  • Chromo Steel Armour Plato, Test of an, at Indian Head, 266
  • Chromic Salts to the Feed-water, Scale in Bailers Prevented by the Addition of, 336
  • Chronograph, Polarising Phot?, United States Experiments with the, 240
  • Church Cars on The Trans-Siberian Railway, 286
  • Churn, Cheeld’s Centrifugal, 9
  • Churns and Separators at The Royal Agricultural Society’8 Show, 11
  • Cigars and Cycling, 369
  • Circulating Pumps, Air and, for 3000-IIorso Power Mill Engines, 140, 164
  • City of Dublin Steam Packet Company, New Steamers for tho, 160
  • City of Landon Electric Lighting Company, Ferranti Machines and Willans Engines at the Bankside Station, 234
  • City and South London Railway, Mr. J. H. Great- head on the, 500
  • City of York New Sewerage Works, 93
  • Civil Engineering, Mr. Sydney \ Court on, 626
  • Claret, M., Electric Tramway for Paris, 87
  • Clark, Chapman, and Co.’s Oil Engines, 8
  • Clarke, Chapman, and Co., Suspended Electric Crane, 402, 410
  • Clarke, Mr. R. W., His Appointment to Indian Collieries, 336
  • Clarke, Mr. J. C., on Grain Carrying Rates from Chicago to New York, 595
  • Clearance, Loss by, 189
  • Clearance iq Steam Engine Cylinders, 41, 63, 86, 109 189
  • Cloch Lighthouse, The, 615
  • Clock, Remarkable, Described in Machinery, 554
  • “Clouds and Weather,” Captain D. Wilson-Barker’s Pamphlet, 595
  • Clutch, A Magnetic, 118
  • Clutton Windmill, The, 11
  • Clydebank Engineering Works, 153, 187
  • Clydebank Shipyard, 153, 187
  • Clydebank and Yoker Extension Railway, The, 167
  • Clydo and Belfast Strikes, The, 356, 456,485,503, 555, 559, 599, 619
  • Clyde and Belfast Strikes, Report on The Situation of the, 559
  • Clyde Navigation, Recent Engineering Improvements of the, 100, 126, 131, 167, 193
  • Clyde Shipbuilding Trade, The Lock-out in the, 356, 456, 485, 503, 555, 559, 599, 619
  • Clyde Shipyards, Vessels Launched from the, 105
  • Clyde, Sluices and Bridge over the, 334, 335
  • Clyde, Wages Dispute on the, 356
  • Coal, Action of Water on, 217
  • Coal Area Discovered in Newfoundland, 456
  • Coal, Australian, 391
  • Coal Contract Rates, The New, A Boon to Railway Companies, 16
  • Coal and Coal Miners, 90
  • Coal Consumption of Battleships, Improvement in, 197
  • Coal Consumption Trial of H. M.S. “ Magnificent,” 254
  • Coal Dust, Gas from, Now Method to Manufacture, 501
  • Coal Elevating and Conveying Machinery, 132
  • Coal Export from Belgium, 13
  • Coalfields of South Staffordshire, Mineral Resources of, 174
  • Coal, French Imports of, 315
  • Coal Gas as a Motive Power, 267
  • Coal, Government Railways and Locomotive, 509
  • Coal in India, Production of, 143
  • Coal, Indian, Increased Demand for, 641
  • Coal Industry, The British, 389
  • Coal, Japanese, Delivered in Bombay, 160
  • Coal Mines in Quetta, 234
  • Coal in Newfoundland, 595
  • Coal in New Zealand, and Possibilities of an Export Trade in, 234
  • Coal Supply of our Warships, Tho, 531, 601
  • Coal Trade, Outlook in the, 598
  • Coal Trade Position, Tho, 557
  • Coal Trade, The Yorkshire, 485
  • Coal Wagon, Hopper, 32
  • Coal Washer, The Francou, 626, 627
  • Coal Washing and Coke Making Plant, Cyfarthfa Iron and Steel Works, 558
  • Coaling on Sunday, The Admiralty and, 143
  • Coates, Mr. W. T., On How Not to Do Some Things, 481
  • Coating Aluminium with other Metals, 286
  • Coating of Metals ? Platinum or other Black, 65
  • Cockerill Company and Railways in China, The, 457
  • Cohoy, Mr. R., His Appointment as Locomotive Superintendent, 613
  • Coldest Winters since 1841, Compared, 13
  • Cole, Marchent, and Morley, Messrs., Compound Engines for Saltaire Mills, 258, 260
  • Coleman and Mortou’s Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11
  • Collieries, Electric Haulage and Light in Mr. W. Bassano’s, 525
  • Collieries in Iodia, Outpat of Various, 160
  • Collision with Lock Gates, 39
  • Collision, Railway, St. Lazaro Station, 266
  • “ Columbia,” The Cruiser, and Captain Sumner’s Sentence, 286
  • “Columbia,” Run mado by tbo, 217, 266
  • “Columbia,” Testing The Soa-going Qualities of the, 13, 59
  • “Columbia,” Speed Records of the, 160
  • “Columbia,” The United States Commerce Destroyer, 354
  • “Comet” Lamp, Messrs. Sinclair and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Commercial Fleets Compared, English, German, and French, 234
  • Commercial Manufacture of Liquid Air, 557
  • Compass Trammel, Sargent’s Patent Combined, 59
  • Compensating Gradients, Theory of, 508
  • Composite Gunboats, Bids for, 420
  • Compound Engines—tee Engines, Compound Compounding Locomotives, Test of Three Systems of, 369
  • “Comus,” H.M.S., 500
  • “Comus,” Refit of H.M. Cruiser, 286
  • Commutators, Method of Repairing, 217
  • Concentrated Loads, 138
  • Condensation in Long Steam Pipes, Loss from, 317
  • Condenser, Jet, with Drum Air Pump, 189
  • Conductivity of Rocks, Messrs. Pierce nod Willson on the, 525
  • Congo Country, Production of Iron in the, 501
  • Congo, Petroleum in, 595
  • Congo, Railway in French, 105, 234
  • Conradi, Mr. J. F., Superstructure of Railway Bridges, 394,395, 416, 418 Conservation of Energy, The, and Dr. Morton's Statements, 185
  • Constantinople, London to, Accelerated Train Service, 336
  • Continental Works Practico, Technical Engineering and, 238
  • Continuous Alternating Current Systems in Power Supply Stations, 105
  • Continuous Brake, Origin of the, 38
  • Continuous Brakes, 504
  • Continuous Brake—.* « Brakes Contracts Open : Oil Tanks for India, East Coast Railway, 4S9
  • Kotri-Rohri Riilway, I. S. R ,5ft. 6in. Gauge, 535
  • Pillar Water Crane, 404
  • Contributive Traffic, M. de Backer, 55
  • Cook, Captain, His Scientific Observations in Newfoundland, 595
  • Coolgardie, Electric Lighting of the Grand Hotel, 613
  • Co-operative Association to work with the Great Eastern Railway, Proposed, 431
  • Copper, Action of Hydrochloric Acid on, 431
  • Copper, Action of Sulphur Vapour on, 554
  • Copper and Engineering, 212
  • Copper Pipes, Flange Joints on, 617
  • Copper Rendered more Fluid by Addition of Lead, 336
  • Copper Tubes Replaced by Steel, 336
  • Copper Wires, The Western Union Telegraph Company’s Use of, 501
  • Copper and Zinc, Tensile Strength of Alloys of, 405
  • Copying Press, The Hydraulic, 23, 39
  • Cord Communication on Indian Railways, 595
  • Corliss Compound Engines, Leicester Electricity Works, 57, 68, 86, 142
  • Cornish Lines, Doubling of, 217
  • Cornu, M. A., On the Transverse Vibrations of Cords, 217
  • Cornwall Works, Soho, Mes3rs. Tangyes, Limited, 175, 177, 181
  • Cost of Railway Working, Changes in, 163
  • Coventry Technical Institute and School of Art, Viscount Peel on Technical Education, 613
  • Cowley and Son’s Screwing Machines, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12 Cowper-Coles’ Electrical Galvanising Plant, 344
  • Cowper Street Schools Old Boys’ Club, Courses of Practical Lectures, 405
  • Cradock and Company’s Wire Ropes, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44 Cradock’s Water Gauge Protector, Royal Agricultural Suciety’8 Show, 45
  • Craggs, William, Engine Driver, Doath of, 525, 550
  • Craig and Sons’ “ Spongia ” Blotting Paper, 35
  • Cramp Company’s Arrangement of Cylinders for the New American Liners, 309 Crane, Electric Timb9r Stacking, 331. 333, 396
  • Cranes, Electric Travelling, 402, 410
  • Crane, Locomotive Steam, 293
  • Crane, Pillar Water, 404
  • Crane, Timber Stacking, 540
  • Crane, Travelling, Indian Head, 225
  • Cranford, Mr., On Tin Mining, 424
  • Crehorc, Professor A. C., Electric Method of Determining Velocity of Projectiles, 266 Crete, Projected Railway in, 266
  • Crewe and Sandbach, Completion of Lino between, 35
  • Creosote Oil, Method of Burning, 192
  • Crewe Works and The Rovival in Trade, 477
  • Cros and Ducos du Hauron’s Method of Photography in Natural Colours, 641
  • Crosier, Stephens and Co.’s Vertical Boiler, with Various Special Boiler Fittings, 45 Crossley Bro?.’ Combined Gas Engine and Centrifugal Pump, 611
  • Crossley’s Oil Engine Vaporiser, 61
  • Crossley’s 8-Horse Power Portable Oil Engine, 61
  • Crouch and Hogg, Messrs., Ruthorglen Bridge, 182 188
  • Cruisers, 35, 87, 222, 234, 266, 309, 456, 521
  • Cruisers for the Dutch Government, 35
  • Cruisers, The Latest Now, 456
  • Cruiser “ Rurik,” The Russian Armoured, 521
  • Crystal Palace Company’s School of Practical Engineering, Presentation of Certificates, 160, 641
  • Culm for Fuel, Pennsylvania Heat, Light, and Power Company, 554
  • Cunard s.s. “Campania’s” Record, The, 217
  • Cunard Steamer “ Aurania,” Accident to the, 105
  • Cuuard Steamer “ Lucania’s” Run, The, 309
  • Cunningham, Blythe, and Westland, Messrs., Waverley Bridge, 128, 135 Cunynghame, Mr. W. IL, Locomotive Carriages for Common Roads, 5* 24
  • Currie, M. P., on the Magnetic Properties of Bodies at Different Temperatures, 87 Cursor, The Radial, 431 ,
  • Cutter, The Vance Lightning Tube, 646
  • Cycle Show at the Crystal Palace, 554
  • Cycles, The Stanley Show of, 511, 5* 28
  • Cycle Gear, Elliptic, 5
  • Cycles, Leather Tiros instead of India-rubber, 87
  • Cycle, Motor, 252
  • Cycle Tires, Caoutchouc Comont for, 309
  • Cyclic Feast, A, 357
  • Cyclist, The Military, 487
  • Cyclists in Naples, Stringent Regulations for, 309
  • Cyfarthfa Iron and Steel Works, Coal Washing and Coke Making Plant, 558, 560, 561
  • Cylinders, Clearance in Steam Engine, 41, 189
  • Cylinders for Compound Engines, Proportioning, 345
  • Cylinder, Explosion of a Carbonic Acid Gas, 107
  • Cylinders, Explosions of Gas, 112
  • Cylinders for the New American Lines, The Cramp Co.’s Arrangement of, 309
  • Cyclonic Storms in India, Mr. J. Eliot on, 501
  • DAFFIELD, Miniature Railway at, 554
  • Daimler Motor Cyclo, Mr. W. K. Vanderbilt’s, 309
  • Dairy Farm Buildings, Sir .Jas. Blyth on, 48
  • Dairy Implements, Royal Agricultural Society’ Show,45
  • Dairy Show, Tho, 381
  • Damascening Glass Artielos, New Method of, 477
  • Dam, California, The Lower Otay, Dimensions of, 501
  • Dam at Curtis Lake, U.S.A., Giving Way of, 35
  • Damming the River Dee, Scheme for, 360
  • Dams, Failure of High Masonry, 352
  • Danbury, Conn., Gas Works, Gas Engines in the 431
  • Danube Bridge, New, 617
  • Danube, at Buda Pest, New Stiffened Suspension Bridge over the, 60, 67, 106, 107, 108
  • Danube, Inauguration of the Great Bridge over the, 336
  • Davey, Paxman, and Co., High Speed Electric Light Engine, Indian Exhibition, 548
  • Davy Lamps on Steamers, The Use of, 234
  • Day of Cheap Money, The, 312
  • Day of the Great Producer, Tne, 288
  • Deas, Mr. James, Recent Engineering Improvements of the Clyde Navigation, 100, 126, 131, 167, 193
  • Deaths from Railway Accidents in the United States, England, and Franco, 87
  • Death Rato per 1000 from all Causes in London, 35
  • Death Rate per 1000, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dublin, London, 143
  • Deaths Registered in Thirty-three Great Towns of England and Wales, 35, 192, 369
  • Deaths Registered in the United Kingdom last Quarter, 143, 525
  • Decimal System in Calculations relating to Railway Construction and Working, Mr. T. L. Wilkinson, Adoption of, 29
  • Decomposition of Glass by Water, On the, 336
  • Dee, Scheme for Damming the River, 360
  • Deep Cast obtained by H.M.S. “ Penguin,” 382
  • Defence of the Country, Need of Increased War Material, 89
  • Defects of American Railways, 319
  • Defender, The, 430
  • Delagoa Bay Railway Opened, The, 35
  • Delagoa Railway, Difficulties with regard to, 192
  • Do La Vergne Refrigerating Company, Hornsby-Akroyd Oil Engine, Selected by, 105
  • Denayrouze, M., Gas Lamp of 80-Candle Power, 266, 474
  • Denison and Son’s Hydraulic Copying Press, 23
  • Donniss, Mr. C. S., Appointed Manager of the Cambrian Railway, 405
  • Denny, Sir Archibald, His Presidential Address at the Institute of Junior Engineers, 487
  • Denny, Messrs., Laven Shipyard and Engine Works, 187
  • Denny, Dr. P., 187
  • Denny, Mr. Peter, 192
  • Denton, Mr. H., Horso aud Cattle Automatic Feeder, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Deodorising Sewage, Hermite Process of, 345
  • Depow, Mr. C. M., on the Total Tonnage on Oceans and Railways, 369
  • Deptford, The New 100-Unit Machino at, 607
  • Derailing Switches and Cut-offs, Tramway Accident in Cleveland, 554
  • Derby to Ashbourne, Proposed Light Railway on the Electric Light System from, 160
  • Derby to Ashbourne, Light Electric Railway from, 457
  • Derby, The Midland Railway Company’s Locomotive Works, 581, 593, 594, 596
  • De Salis, Mr. II. R., The Steam Canal Inspection Launch “ Dragon Fly,” 451, 455, 458
  • Des Vignes and Co., Messrs., Steam launch “Germania,” 553
  • Detachable Rudders, 360
  • Detroit Dry Dock Company, Ice Crushing Transport Ferries for Lake Baikal, 217
  • Diamond Carbon in Moteoric Stones, Occurrence of, 595
  • Diamond Shoal, Lighting tho, 647
  • Diamonds, Black, their Great Hardness, 554
  • Dick and Co., Messrs. W. B., Anti-fouling Composition for Ships’ Bottoms, 217
  • Differential Speeds in Brake Rolls, 148
  • Dion and Barton’s Road Carriage, 36
  • Dion ot Bouton, MM., Somi-Automotivo Tricycle, 13
  • I)ine9, Mr. W. II., Experiment Illustrating The Formation of the Tornado Cloud, 501
  • Dinorwic Slate Quarries, Llanboris, 62
  • Dirschau, Riilway Bridge over the Deichsol at, 548, 551,552
  • Disaster on s.s. “ Iona,” 312, 317
  • Discharge of Niagara and other Rivors, Observations with Surface Floats for the, 382
  • Disinfectant in Philadelphia, Use of Electrozone as a, 525
  • Disintegrators and Pulverisers, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12
  • Disposal of Town Refuse, 46
  • Distance and Time in which a Ship may bo brought to Rest from Full Speed Ahead, 108, 142, 166
  • Distant Signal Lights, 104
  • Distiller, The Renown Sea-wator, 353
  • District Railway, Indicator MechaDism on the, 525
  • Dobbing, Mr. J., Hay and Clover Making Machine, 11
  • Dock for Barcelona, 6000-Ton Depositing, 354
  • Docks, Cardiff 526
  • Dock, Dry, at Kuro, Japan, 613
  • Docks, Dry, The United States Government, 501
  • Docks in Japan, New, 431
  • Dock for the Philippines, Floating, 626
  • Dock Pumping, New Departure in, 264
  • Dock, Southampton Graving, 103
  • Dolboar, Mr. A. E., On “Materialism Untenable,” 66
  • Doncaster Race Week, 263
  • Donogal Railway Extension Bill, 309
  • Doubling Railway Lines, 192, 217
  • Dowlais, Gas Producers at, 505
  • Dowlais, Testing Machine at, 505
  • Dox ford and Sons, Launches from Shipbuilding Yard of, 286
  • “ Dragon Fly,” The Steam Launch, 451, 455, 458
  • Drainage Arrangements from Cylinders, &©., in Torpedo Gunboats, 333
  • Drainage of East Molesey, 511
  • Draught Power of Chimneys, W. B. Le Van on the, 309
  • Dredgers and Excavators on the Baltic Canal, 110, 116, 136, 310, 31G
  • Dredging Plant, Clyde Navigation, 193
  • Dredging \ ossel for the Russian Government (Supplement, September 6th, 1895), 238
  • Dried \ egetablos for The Ashanti Expedition, «Va/ure on the, 641
  • Driggs-Schroeder Six-pound Shells, 35
  • Drilling Machine, Multiple, 527
  • Drilling Machine, Stephen and Carter’s, 507
  • Drills, Manure and Soed, at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 10
  • Driving Centrifugal Pump* at the Sunderland Docks by Gas Engines, 40.5
  • Driving Tires, Bessemer Steel, Great Eastern Railway, 369
  • Driving Wheels on Ono Side of an Engine, Breaking of Both, 13
  • Driving Wheels in The United States, Single, 363
  • Drowning, Improved Lights for the Rjscuo of the, 411
  • Drum Air PuTp and Jet Condenser, Johnson’s, 189
  • Dry Docks, The United States Government, 501
  • Dry Press Brick Machino, Mr. W. Johnson, 71. 94
  • Dublin aud Lucan Steam Tramway Line to be
  • Converted into a Light Railway, 192
  • Duddington, Railway Accident caused by a Fog at, 641
  • Dumbarton, The, New Station and the Town Council, 13
  • Duncan, Dr. Louis, Substitution of Electricity for
  • Steam in Railroad Practice, 187
  • Duncan and Superbie’s Bicycle, 36
  • Dunn, Mr. Jas., Temporary Appointment of, 143
  • Durand, Professor, On Ship Propulsion by Storage Batteries, 309
  • D'drr Lamp, Tho, 286
  • Durston, Mr., His Presidential Address, 318
  • Durston, Mr., On The Machinery of Ships of War. 311
  • Duryea Motor Carriage at Chicago, 495
  • Dust Destructor and Electric Light for Hacknev. 105 7
  • Dust Destructor for St. Leonard’s Parish, Shore
  • ditch, Messrs. Manlovo, Alliott, and Co., 59
  • Dutch Government, Fast Cruisers for tho, 35
  • Du Temple and the Bolleville Types of Water-tube Boilers, Trials to Test their Respective Merits, 336
  • Dynamo for Colliery Working, Large, 181
  • Dynamo and Engines, Messrs. Ferranti and Co., 502, 503
  • EARLE’S Shipbuilding and Engineering Company’s Works Virited, 171
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, 74, 104. 142, 191, 216,239, 248, 258, 259, 285, 292, 317, 345, 355, 360, 3S6, 408, 435, 440, 441, 451,454, 476, 505, 538, 550
  • Earth’s Magnetism, Horizontal Force of the, 369
  • Eirthquakes, Catalogue of, 160
  • East Ham Sewage Pumping Station, Accident at, 13
  • East Indian Railway Company, Compound Paddle
  • Engines and Ship Steering Gear, 489
  • East London Waterworks Company, Increased Supply of Water Announced by, 105 East London Waterworks Company, Increase in the Volume of Water, 143
  • East Side Iron Elevator Company, of Toledo, Grain Elevator and Storehouse, 647 Easton, Anderson, and GooldeD, Limited, Electric Mining Plant, Margaret Pit, 2, 6 Easton, Andenon, and Gooldon, L:mited, The Niagara Pulveriser, 358
  • Easton, Anderson, and Gooiden, Mcs;rs , Pumping Engines, Ixïicester Waterworks, 530
  • Eccles Corporation Sowago Works, 178
  • Eclipse of the Moon, 234
  • E^oaometer, Arndt’s Patent, 240
  • Economy Test of Slow Speed Electric Light Engines, 134
  • Edge Runners and Disintegrators ƒ 483
  • Eliuburgh, Cable Tramways for, 409
  • Edinburgh Water Supply, The, 303
  • Education, The Lecture Theatre as a form of, 42
  • Edwards’ Hay and Straw Press, 10
  • Effect of Gun Fire, The, 288
  • Eginitis, M. D., On the Rainfall at Athens, 613
  • Egypt, Irrigation Works in, since the British Occupation of, 275—278, 301—303, 427, 432
  • Elbing Oberland Canal Boat on Cage, 102
  • Electric Arc Light, On the Temperature of the Crator of, 143
  • Electric Cableway System of Towing on the Erie Canal, 501
  • Electric Cars, Fenders Necessary in, 192
  • Electric Cars in Massachusetts, Fenders and
  • Wheel Guards for all, 266
  • Electric Cars in United States, Hauling Capacity of, 457
  • Electric Communication for Life-saviüg Purposes. 143
  • Electric Construction Company, Wolverhampton, Bonus to tbeir Employés, 13
  • Eloctric Current on Aluminium Wire, Action of. 457
  • Electric Current, Rail Melted by, 286
  • Electric Distribution, Mr. Wolbourn, 404
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of— see Institution of Electrical Engineers Electrical Engineers. Institution of, “Low-pressure ” Limit, 554
  • Electric Feeders to Stoam Lines, 477
  • Electric Furnace, Messrs. Girard and Stroct, 59
  • Electric Galvanising Plant, Cowper-Coles’, 343, 344
  • Electrical Haulage and Electric Light at the Iladen Hill Collieries, 525
  • Electric Haulage, The Th waite-Cawley System of 22
  • Electric Headlights on South Pacific Railway, 309
  • Electric Incandescent Lamps in Germany, Net Cost of Manufacture of, 477
  • Electric Incandescent Lamps, Temperature of Filaments, 13
  • Electric Lamp, The Diirr, 286
  • Electric Limps, ^O-Volt, 36Q
  • Electric Light, Advantages of, from the Standpoint of Coolness, 160
  • Electric Light Buoys, Sandy Hook, 35
  • Electric Light in Burmah, 22
  • Electric Light Engines, Economy Test of Slow Speed, 134
  • Electric Light for Fulham, 505
  • Electric Light to pass through the Suez Canal, Percentage of Ships using the, 217
  • Electric Light Posts in London Re-coated with Hartmann's Paiot, 266
  • Electric Light Station on the Seine, Project for a Floating, 59
  • Electric Light Stations, German, 30
  • Electric L’ght Works, Wolverhampton, Messrs. Parker and Co.’s, 178
  • Electric Lighting, The Board of Trade and, 42
  • Electric Lighting of the Grand Hotel, Coolgardie, 613
  • Electric Lighting Regulations, 602
  • Electric Lighting of Salford, 166
  • Electric Lighting of Swansea, 267
  • Electric Lighting, Meeting at the Westminster
  • Town Hall of those Interested in, 477
  • Electric Lighting of Trains, 521
  • Electric Locomotives, Too Baldwin Works, 431
  • Electric Locomotive of the Baltimore Belt Railway, Speed of, 457
  • Electric Locomotive on the Baltimore and Ohio Railway, 548
  • Electric Locomotive, Baltimore Tunnel, 401
  • Electric Locomotives, Mr. E. Worthington, 521
  • Electric Mains in Paris. 197
  • Electric Metre Gauge Road Railways for Switzor- land, 457
  • Electric Mining Plant, Some, 2, 6, 39
  • Electric Motors for the Elevated Railway in Chicago, 143, 160
  • Eloctric Motors, Freight Hauling Test by, 35
  • Electric Motors, Messrs. Greenwood and Batloy, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Electric Motor, Record made by an, 35
  • Electric Omnibuses in London, 13
  • Electric Organ, The Hope-Jones, 502
  • Electric Plants for Long Distance Transmission in the United States, 447
  • Electric Plant, Noise made by, 59
  • Electrical Power Transmission Plant, The Folsom-Sacramento, 133
  • Electric Power Stations in France, 192
  • Electric Power Transmitted from Niagara Falls, First, 13
  • Electrical Properties of Selenium, 35
  • Electric Rack Railway up the Grossgloekncr, 13
  • Electric Rail Welding, Mr. H. Limp on, 203
  • Electric Railway Company’s New Bill Opposed by the St. Mary Woolnoth Vestry, 613
  • Electric Railway Companies in St. Louis, U.S.A., 8/
  • Electric Railway from Derby to Ashbourne, 405
  • Electric Railways, Increase in One Year, 477
  • Electric Railway, Niagara Falls, Accident on, 143
  • Electric Railway, Overhead, Chicago, 143, 160
  • Electric Railway, Kyoto, 59
  • Electric Railways, Philadelphia, Persons Killed on, 35
  • Electric Railways for Russia, The Czir on, 192
  • Electric Railway, Snaefell, The Projected, 35
  • Electric Railway io The United Kingdom, The First Mountain, 192
  • Electric Railways in the United States, 631
  • Electric Railways for Vienna, Tenders Invitodfor, 87
  • Electric Sugar Refiners, Herr Dammeyer’s, Experiments with, 87
  • Electric Supply, Small Candle Power Lamps at
  • High Voltages, 216 Electric Supply at 230 volts, 161
  • Electric Timber Stacking Crane, 331, 333, 396
  • Electric Traction, M. Auvert on, 19, 47, 73, 119, 144
  • Electric Traction in Belgium, Trolley System of 35
  • Electric Traction, The Lancaster and District Tramways Company and, 501
  • Electric Traction on Railways, 1S6
  • Electric Traction, Record of Recent Progress of, 477
  • Electric ’fraction for Steam Locomotives, Projected Substitution of, on Belgian Lines, 87
  • Electric Tramway, The Barmen, 553
  • Electric Tramroad, Brighton Seashoro, 453
  • Electric Tramway, Bristol, Inauguration Run. 3S2
  • Electric Tramways, Hartlepool, 382
  • Eloctric Tramway for Paris, 87
  • Electric Tramway into Portsmouth, 234
  • Electric Tramway System, The Hamburg, 537
  • Electric Tramway System, Overhead, in the Midlands, 405
  • Electric Tramways in the United States, Mileage of, 160
  • Electric Travelling Cranes, 402, 410
  • Electric Truck, United States of Annrica, Accident to, 35
  • Electrical Underground Conduit Tramway, New York, 155
  • Electrical Waves in Water, Professor Onues on the Propagation of, 525
  • Electric Welding, 615, 643
  • E'ectric Wires and Street Explosions, 424
  • Electrically Propelled Carriages using Accumulators, On, 613
  • Electricity Applied to Agricultural Proccssos, 349
  • Electricity in the Dwelling, Lord Kingsburgh on, Electricity, Green Wood a Better Conductor of, than Dead, 382
  • Electricity, Heating Street Railway Cars by, 450
  • Electricity, Towing by, 217
  • Electricity, Vagaries of, 371
  • Electricity Works of the Great Northern Railway, Holloway, 383, 386, 388
  • Electro-motors, 19, 47 Electrolysis, Refining Impure Zinc by, 143
  • Electrolytes, On The Ke* istance of Porous Diaphragms in Various, 525
  • Electrolytic Corrosion, Protecting Pipes from, 143
  • Electrophone Company’s Receiver for Transmitting Dean Farrar’s Farewell Address, 87
  • Electrozono as a Disinfectant in Philadelphia, Use of, 525
  • Elevating Railway, The Otis, 472
  • Elevator, The Otis, Manhattan Insurance Building, New York, 478, 479, 498, 499, 506
  • Eliot, Mr. J., On The Cold Weather Storms of 1893 in India, 501
  • Eliot, Mr. Wbateloy, Ilis Appointment, 551
  • Eiland Gasworks, Coal Elevator. 132
  • Eiland Urban District, Qutfall Worktj and Sewage Treatment, 431
  • Ellin’s Small Adjustable Spanner, 142
  • ElliDgton, Mr. E. B., Hydraulic Power Supply in Towns—Glasgow, Manchester, Buenos Ayres, &c., 99, 126
  • Elliott, Mr. Chas., Postage Stamp Affixer, 368
  • Elliott Bros., Messrs , Tachometer, 547
  • Elliptic Cycle Gear. 5
  • Elswick Cruiser, “ Buenos Aires,” Firing Trial of, 593
  • Emigration Prospects, 22
  • Emmensite, The New Explosive, 13
  • Emporor William Canal—see North Sea and Baltic Canal
  • Empress Theatre, Earl’s Court, The, 264, 268, 317
  • Engel, M. R , On the Action of Hydrochloric Acid on Copper, 431
  • Engines, Oil, and Air Compressors for Sounding Fog Sirens, 369
  • Engine and Centrifugal Pump, Combined Gas, 611
  • Engines, Compound, Saltaire Mills, 258, 260
  • Engine, Compound, Horizontal Tandem, Messrs. J. Hargreaves and Co., 189
  • Engines, Compound, London Electric Supply Company, 618
  • Engines, Compound Paddle, and Ship Steering Gear, Messrs. Bow, McLachlan, and Co., 482, 489
  • Engines, Compound, Proportioning Cylinders for, 345
  • Engines, Compound, Steam Hopper Barge, Baltic Canal (Supplement, October 25th, 1895), 415
  • Engines, Corliss Compound, Leicester Electricity Works, 57, 68, 86, 142
  • Engine, On the Creation and Development of the Steam, 468
  • Engine Cylinders, Clearance in Steam, 41, 63, 86, 109, 189
  • Engine Driver, The Oldest, in the World, 525, 550
  • Engine Economy, A New Departure in Steam, 15
  • Engine Friction, Internal, 507
  • Engines, Gas, their Mechanical Efficiency, 431 Engines, Gear, 12
  • Engine, High Speed, Mr. J. C. Poache, 550
  • Engine, High Speed Electric L’ght, Messrs. Davey, Paxman, and Co., 548
  • Engines, 3000-IIorso Power Mill, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., 140, 164, 194
  • Engines, Murdock’s Blowing, 434
  • Engines, Oil Fuel for Pumping, 597
  • Engines, Pilot, 434, 466
  • Engines, Portable Oil, 319
  • Engines, Portable and Traction, Smithfield Club Show, 600
  • Engines, Pumping, Leicester Waterworks (Supplement, December 6th, 1895), 553
  • Engine, Quadruple Expansion, Messrs. Hall and Treat, 35
  • Engines for the Russian Imperial Yacht “Standart,” 157, 158, 159
  • Engines at Saltaire, 285
  • Engines of the “Samoyed,” 361, 362
  • Engine Starter, Green’s Automatic Gas, 342
  • Engines, Steam, Oil, and Ga«, at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 7, 61
  • Engines, Steering, of H.M.S.S. “Venus” and “ Diana,” 424
  • Engines, Steering, in the Royal Navy, 423, 424, 433
  • Engines and Tenders, Goods, for The Cap Government Railways (Supplement, November 22nd 1895), 497, 510
  • Engines, Traction, and Self - propelled Road Carriages, 189, 311
  • Engines, Trains and Pilot, 434, 466
  • Engines, Triple-expansion, s.s. “ Lizzie Westoll ” (Supplement, July 16th, 1895), 62
  • Engines, Triple-expansion and Compound, 640
  • “ Engineer” 1000-Guinea Road Carriage Competition, 15, 41,161,1S5, 211, 235, 459, 483, 507, 531
  • Engineering, Benefits Conferred by, upon Pure Scionce, 270
  • Engineering, Chemical, in Germany, 414
  • Engineering of Eoglish Ironworks, The, 187
  • Engineering as an Experimental Scienco, 270
  • Engineering Fireworks, 22
  • Engineering Improvements of the Clyde Navigation, Mr. Jas. Deas, 193
  • Engineering, Coppor and, 212
  • Engineering in India, Incompetent Railway, 143
  • Engineering Literature, 270
  • Engineering, Past, Present, and Future, Mr. II. McLaren, 454
  • Engineering, Practical Steam, 39
  • Eogineering and Shipbuilding, 557
  • Engineering and Shipbuilding in Ireland, 599
  • Engineering and Shipbuilding on the Thames, Marine, 45
  • Engineering, Specialising in, 270
  • Engineering, Technical, and Continental Works Practice, 238
  • Engineering, Mr. L. Vernon-Harcourt on Mathematics, Chemistry, Geology, Meteorology, in Relation to, 269
  • Engineering Works, Failures of, Due to Neglect of Scientific Considerations, 270
  • Engineers over Forty—Nono Need Apply, 290
  • Engineer in Naval Warfaro aud io Commerce, The, 504
  • Engineer Personnel of the Navy, 2C8
  • Engineers, Proposed Association of Waterworks, 504, 529
  • Engineers, Scientific Training of, 270
  • Engineers and Structural Steel, 288
  • Engineers for the United States Navy, 526
  • English and American Projectiles, 317
  • Equilibrium Phenomena of Alloys of Two or Three Metals, Gold Medal Offered for Paper on, 477
  • Erie Canal, Towing by Electricity on, 217
  • Errata Corrected, 130, 153, 187, 244, 250
  • Erratum, Cartridge Caso’, 244, 250
  • “ Ericsson,” The, 148
  • “ Ericsson,” Explosion on Board the, 59
  • Etna, Railway Round, 336
  • Evans, Mr. 1)., Testimonial to, 382
  • Evaporation of Liquids and the Capillary Theories,
  • The, 457
  • Everard, Mr., Pumpirg Machinery Leicester Waterworks (Suppleon id, December 6th, 1895), 553
  • Everard, Mr. J. B., Cropston Engino House, Leicester Waterworks, 534
  • Everitt, Kir. W. IL, On The Magnetic Field of any Cylindrical Coil or Plane Circuit, 477
  • Evesham Rural District Council and (bo Hchemo for Village Water Supply, 369
  • Evolution of the Iron Arch, 597
  • Ewing, Professor, Magnetic Tester for Measuring Hysteresis in Iron, 561
  • Excavating Machinery ? 507
  • Excavators, Dredgers and Spoil Transporters, Baltic and North Sea Canal, 310, 316
  • Excavator, Steam Crane, Messrs. Simpson and Porter, 180
  • Excelsior Hoator and Filter, The, 487
  • Exhibition of Aeronautical Apparatus at the Paris Exhibition, 59
  • Exhibition, Berlin Industrial, 217
  • Exhibition, Brewers’, Seventaenth Annual, 382
  • Exhibition, Brussols, 405
  • Exhibition, Cardiff Industrial, 105, 260
  • Exhibition, Columbian, Exhibits Receiving Awards at, 382
  • Exhibition, East London Trades, Industries, ani Arts, 617
  • Exhibition, Glasgow, Industrial, at, 461
  • Exhibition. Manchester, British and Colonial, 266
  • Exhibition, Montreal. International, at, 280
  • Exhibition in Paris, Sanitary, 71
  • Exhibitions, Past and Present, Mr. H. Stopes on, 362
  • Exhibition, Tobacco Trades, 13
  • Explosion on Board the “ Barbadicn,” 105
  • Explosion on Board The “Lynx,” Inquiry into the, 59
  • Explosion on Baard The s.s. “ Sabrina,” duo to Grease on Furnace Crowns, 192
  • Explosion on Board The United States Torpedo Boat “ Ericsson,” 59
  • Eip’.csion, Boiler, 262
  • Explosion of Boilers in The Detroit Journal Building, 457, 525
  • Explosion of a Carbonic Acid Gas Cylinder, 107
  • Explosion, A Curious Boiler, 262, 333
  • Explosion in The Derbyshire Coalfield, 477
  • Explosions, Domestic Boiler, 650
  • Explosions of Gas Cylinders, 112
  • Explosion, Bailer, Ridcar Ironworks, 72, 81, 108, 166, 189, 216
  • Explosions, Boiler—see also Boiler Explosions Explosion of Main Steam Pipe on an American Liner, 613
  • Explosive “ Emmensite,” Tost of The New, 13
  • Explosive, Professor Victor Meyer’s New, 286
  • Explosive “ Westphalite,” Experiments with the, 266
  • Express Locomotive, North - Eastern Railway (Supplement, September 26th, 1895), 291, 292
  • Eyre Estate, St. John’s Wood, Claim, The Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway and the, 382
  • FACSIMILE of ono of Mr. Harrison’s Original Sketches for an Engine, 249
  • Factories for Sugar, Central, 86
  • Failures of Tires, Axles, &c., on British Railways, 613
  • Fair Trade and No Trade, 63, 86, 109
  • Faith in Science, 216
  • Falconier System, Glass Bricks of the, 431
  • Fane, Rear-Admiral, Masthead Signalling, 183
  • Fane, Admiral, Trial of his Signalling Apparatus, 87
  • Fans and Air Propellers, 435
  • Fans, On Centrifugal, 625
  • Farina Machinery ? 261
  • Fast Run from Buffalo to New York, 431
  • Fast Run on the New York Central Railway, 369
  • Fast Train on the Lake Shore and Michigan State Railway, 486
  • Fast Train on the New York Central Railroad, 328
  • Fauron, M., On Aluminium, 270
  • Feed Pumps or Heaters? “Challenge,” 65
  • Feed-water, Bailers and, 338
  • Feed-water Delivered into a Boiler by an Injector, Inquiry as to the Temperature of, 336
  • Feed-water Heater aud Filter, Messrs. J. Wright and Co., 487
  • Feed-water Heater, Steam, 122
  • Feeding Apparatus, Furnace, 554
  • Feeder, Horse and Cattle Automatic, Mr. II. Denton’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show 45
  • Fenders iu Electric Cars Necessary, 192
  • Fenders on Street Cars, Philadelphia City Government Concerning, 132
  • Fenders and Wheel Guards for Eloctric Cars in Massachusetts, 266
  • Ferranti and Co., Messrs., Dynamo and Engines, 502, 503
  • Ferry Steamer for the Volga, Railway, 2S4, 317
  • Fiebiger, Captain D. F., on Wheel Guard Fenders in Columbia, 554
  • Fielding and Platt’s Oil Engine, 7
  • Filters, Mechanical Water, for Minneapolis, 405
  • Filtration, Scientific, 41
  • Fire at the Arc Works, Chelmsford, 562
  • Fire on Board The “ Iona,” Tho, 312, 317
  • Fire-box Plate, A. S. and M. Railway, 240
  • Fire-box Plato Trimming Machine, Messrs. Isaac Hill and Sons, 214
  • Fire-boxes, On, 1
  • Fire Catastrophes on Board Ship, 280
  • Firo Congress, International, 259
  • Fire Guard on the Cauadiau Pacific Railroad Track, 160
  • Firo Losses in the United Statos andC’anada, The March, 87
  • Fireless Locomotives in Marseilles, 293
  • Fires at Sea, 312, 317 Fires in Vienna, 286
  • Fireworks, Engineering, 22
  • Firing Trial of Elswick Cruiser “ Buenos Aires,” 593
  • Fiske’s Range Indicators on the United States Battleship “ Indiana,” 521
  • Fitting Machinery in Screw Steamers, 228, 229, 230, 231, 299, 379, 448, 522, 524, 543
  • Fitzgerald, Mr. D. G., On Electrically Propelled Carriages Using Accumulators, 613
  • Five-Masters, 501
  • Fletcher Bros, and Co., Sheep-dipping Apparatus Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Fletcher, Professor B. and Mr. B. F., Architectural Curriculum at King’s College, 309
  • Fletcher, Mr. William, Stoam Locomotion for Passenger Traffic on Common Reads, 2S1, 283, 314, 315
  • Flange Joints on Coppor Pipes, 617
  • Flange Rails and Metal Sleepers, 505, 529
  • Floating Central Electric Light Station on the Seine, Project for a, 59
  • Floating Pock for the Philippines, Tenders for, 626 * ’
  • Floods in the Rhone Valley, Damage Caused by the, 525
  • Flour Trade, American Millers and Possibilities of an Oriental, 405
  • Flushes, Three-Gallon, v. Two, 613
  • Fly wheel at Pittsburg, Bursting of a, 309
  • “Flying Scotsman” at Northallerton, The, 166
  • Foerster’s Experiments on the Decomposition of Glass, 336
  • Fogs, Mr. R. H. Scott on, 625
  • Folsom-Sacramento (California) Eleotrical Power Transmission Plant, 133
  • Fontesvilla to Beira, Railway from, 35
  • “Forban,” High-speed Trial of the Normand Torpedo Boat, 160, 554
  • Foreign Cattle Trade, The, 328
  • Forge, Self-operating, Messrs. Rico and Rich, 105
  • Forgings, Bids for Rapid-fire Gun, Navy Department, 405
  • Fouling of Ships’ Bottoms, Effect on their Speed, 217
  • Found, 256
  • Fowler and Co. and the Brush Co., Holloway Electric Light Station, 383—386, 388
  • Fowler and Co., Messrs. John, 8-Horse Power Compound Road Locomotive, 8, 18
  • Fowler and Go., Messrs. J., Marshall’s Valve Gear, Holloway Electric Light Station, 639
  • Franco, Electric Power Stations in, 192
  • France, Mileage of Submarine Cables, 55
  • France, Sewage Disposal in, 251
  • France, Shipbuilding Projects in, 357
  • France, Strikes in, 217, 533
  • Francois, M. M., On the Action of Alcohol on Mercurous Iodide, 647
  • Francou Coal Washer, The, 626, 627 Fraser, Alexander, 414
  • Fraser and Co.’s Compound Tube Water-tube Boiler, 367
  • Free Trade and No Trade, 63, 86, 109, 601
  • Freezing Points of Silver and Gold, On the, 613
  • Freezing Point of Water Lowered by the Admixture of Milk or Lymph, 525
  • Freight Charges on The North Staffordshire Railway, Appeal for Reduction of, 525
  • Freight Hauling Test by Electric Motors, 35
  • Fremont, M. Ch., Method of Illuminating Opaque Objects for the Microscope, 405
  • Freight Rates on United States Railways, 477
  • French Admiralty’s Bill to Pat an End to Racing at Sea, 87
  • French Armoured Cruiser “ Pothuan,” 222
  • French Association for the Advancement of Science, M. Trélat on “La Salubrité,” 192
  • French Battleships, Alterations in Progress in, 87
  • French Battleship “Bouvines,” The Coast Defence, 210, 214
  • French Cruisers, Accidents to, 87
  • French Imports of Coal, 315
  • French Inland Waterways—Traffic Diagram, 342
  • Friction Brakes, New Forms of, 250
  • Frodsham Station, Moving, 507, 537
  • French Naval Authorities, Proposed Improvement of their Channel Ports, 613
  • French Navy, Gun No. 305 Adopted for the Artillery of the, 160
  • French Navy, Pirate Cruisers for the, 266
  • French Railway from Loango to Brazzaville, 105
  • French Railway in Tongking, 234
  • French Torpedo Boat, Trial Trip of a, 345
  • French War Vessels, 88, 92
  • Fuel, Liquid, Experiments with, at Brooklyn Navy Yard, 501
  • Fuller, Mr. H. J., His Appointment, 192
  • Fulton, Mr. T. C., His Lectures in Glasgow, 521
  • Fulton Engineering Works, “Sure Grip” Railway Block, 11
  • Furnace, Basic, 94
  • Furnace Crowns, Danger of Grease on, 192
  • Furnace Grate, Wagner’s, 116
  • Furnace Grate, A Water Box, 553, 617
  • Furnaces in Blast in Belgium, Number of, 105
  • Furnaces, Glass Tank, 431
  • Furnaces Making Pig Iron, Weekly Capacity of all the, 382
  • Furnaces, Hawley Down-draught, Forthcoming Trial of, 431
  • Furnaces Struck by Lightning, 641
  • Furnaces, Workshop Gas, 39
  • GALBRAITH and Greathcad, Messrs., Waterloo and City Electrical Underground Railway, 81, 82, 83, 84, 114, 115
  • Galton, Sir Douglas, Inaugural Address as President of the British Association, 254
  • Galvanic Cell, Thermo-chemical, 286
  • Galvanic Polarisation, Experiments in Thermodynamics of, 234
  • Galvanising, Recent Improvements in, 343, 344
  • Galvanised Corrugated Iron and Steel Articles, Messrs. Wilmot and Co.’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Galveston Jetties, 441
  • Galw’ay and Clifden Light Railway, Length of, 336
  • Ganz and Co.’s Electric Power Installation for Agricultural Purposes, 349
  • Gas, Acetylene and Carbonic Acid, 457
  • Gas Boilers, Blast Furnace, 532
  • Gas Burner, New Intensive, Covered by the Bansept Patents, 501
  • Gas Calorimeter, Junker’s, 164
  • Gas from Coal Dust, New Method to Manufacture, 501
  • Gas Cylinders, Explosions of, 112
  • Gas Engine and Centrifugal Pump, Combined, 611
  • Gas Engines, Mechanical Efficiency of, 431
  • Gas Engines at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 7,61
  • Gas Engine Pumping Machinery, Messrs. Tangyes, 264
  • Gas Engine Starter, Greon’s Automatic, 342
  • Gas Engines without Belts or Gearing, Centrifugal Pumps at Sunderland Docks Driven by, 405
  • Gas Engines—.tee also Engines, Gas
  • Gas Exhauster, Gwynne’s New Pressure Balance 179
  • Gas Field, Columbus, O., 457
  • Gas Furnaces, Workshop, 39
  • Gas, Heating Value of Berlin, 160
  • Gasholder without Columns, 547
  • Gas Increased Fifteen Times, Illuminating Power of, 266
  • Gas, Influence of the Size of Particles on the Pressure of a, 617
  • Gas Motors in Berlin, Rise io, 634
  • Gas Plant, Thwaites’ Motor, 3
  • Gas Producers at Dowlais, 505
  • Gas Stoking Plant, Mr. F. J. West on a, 612
  • Gas Testings Return, London, 160, 266, 286
  • Gas Well, Windsor, Ontario, 595
  • Gasworks, Hydraulic Stoking Machinery in, 99
  • Gauges, Battle of the, in Ceylon and Australia, 13
  • Gauge, Broad y. Narrow, 617
  • Gaylor, Mr., Report on the Defects in the Cast Iron Columns of the St. Louis City Hall, 525
  • Gazogene Meter, Tests with a Bénier, 59
  • Gear, Bulkhead Door and, Mr. Van Ollefen, 5
  • Gear, Elliptic Cycle, 5
  • Gear Engines, 12
  • Gelder, Mr. G. de, Harbour of Batavia, 204, 205, 207
  • General Electric Co. and the Three Phase Long Distance System Applied to Street Railway Work, 234
  • Geology in Relation to Engineering, 269
  • “Georgic,” Cargo Carried by the, 286
  • “Georgic,” Launch of the White Star s.s., 14, 17
  • German Blast Furnaces, Total Production of Pig Iron Turned out by, 309
  • German East African Railway Company’s Line, 160
  • Gorman Eleotric Light Stations, 30
  • German and French Mercantile Marino Compared, 234
  • Gorman Minors at Hanover, Triennial Mooting of, 313
  • German Railroad Union, Permanent Way and Rolling Stock, 13
  • German Torpedo Boat, Loss of, 234
  • “Germania ” Rowing Club Steam Launch, 553
  • Germany, Chemical Engineering in, 414
  • Germany, Compound Locomotives in, 382
  • Germany, Inland Navigation, 101
  • Gesner Method of Protecting Iron and Steel from Rust, 35
  • Geyelin, M. Emile, Turbines, 12
  • Gibbs’ Harvest Saving and Tea Drying Machines, 465
  • Gibbon’s Patent Portable Oil Engino, 319
  • Gigantic Wheel, The, 406, 407
  • Girard and Street, Messrs., Electric Furnace, 59
  • Girder Problem, A, 290, 333
  • Glasgow Central Railway, The, 403
  • Glasgow Central Railway, Opening of the, <57
  • Glasgow Corporation, Sluice and Bridge over the Clyde, 334, 335
  • Glasgow Gasworks, 129
  • Glasgow’ Harbour Tunnel, 86
  • Glasgow and Horseless Carriages, 509
  • Glasgow Hydraulic Power Supply, 67
  • Glasgow, Industrial Exhibition at, 461
  • Glasgow Institution of Mechanical Engineers (tec Institute of Mining Engineers at Glasgow), 33
  • Glasgow Iron and Steel Company’s Works, 153
  • Glasgow Pig Iron Market, The Stir in the, 641
  • Glasgow Sewage Works, 129
  • Glasgow Shipyards and Engine Works, 129
  • Glasgow Water Supply, Result of Tenders, 378
  • Glasgow Waterworks, The, 129
  • Glass, On the Adhesion of Metals to, 131
  • Glass, Aluminium and other Solder for, 595
  • Glass Articles, New Method of Damascening, 477
  • Glass Bricks of the Falconier System, 431
  • Glass, Inscriptions on, How Best Obtained, 595
  • Glass, Process of Manufacturing Spherical or Oval Hollow Bodies of, 457
  • Glass Tank Furnaces, 431
  • Glass by Water, Foerster on the Decomposition of, 336
  • Glass, Solder for, 266
  • Glossop Sewage Scheme, 205
  • Glucinium, Atomic Weight of, 266
  • Godaiming Waterworks, The, 369
  • Gold Made Brittle by Admixture of Tellurium,309
  • Gold and Silver, Estimates of the World’s Production of, 13
  • Gold and Silver in the United States for the Calendar Year, Product of, 641
  • Goldsmiths’ Engineering Society—sec Society, The Goldsmiths’ Engineering
  • “ Good Enough,” The Foe of the Inventor is the Plea, 16
  • “ Good Roads ” Parliament, Builders or Inventors of Horseless Carriages Invited to Attend the, 369
  • Goods Engines and Tenders for The Cape Government Railways, Messrs. Neilson and Co. (Supplement, Noeember 22uef, 1895), 497, 510
  • Gooiden Power Dynamos, Margaret Pit, 2, 6
  • Gorton Sewage Works, The, 488
  • Goss, W. F. M., New Forms of Friction Brakes, 250
  • Goubet Submarine Boat for Brazil, a, 217
  • Gould, Mr., On the Electric Light used by Ships in The Suez Canal, 217
  • Government Railways and Locomotive Coal, 509
  • Government Small Arms Works, Sparkbrook, Visited, Tho, 199
  • Governor, Shaft, Mann and Charlesworth’s, 9
  • Grab, Hay and Straw, Mr. J. R. Robinson, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Gradients, Theory of Compensating, 508
  • Graf, Mr. F., Water Box Furnace Grate, 553, 617
  • Grain Carrying, Rates from Chicago to New York, 595
  • Grand Trunk Railway, Serious Accident on the, 143
  • Graphic Calculation of Stresses in Large Wheels, 550
  • Graphical Calculation of Stresses in Large Tension Wheels, 527
  • Graphite, M. Moissan on Varieties of, 457
  • Graphite Washers, 554
  • Grate, Wagner’s Furnace, 116
  • Grate, A Water Box, 553, 617
  • Grate, A Water Box Furnace, 553, 617
  • Graving Dock, Southampton, Opening of, 87
  • Gray, Mr. J. W., Presentation to, 336
  • Grease on Furnace Crowns, Explosion due to, 192
  • Great Eastern Railway Company, Conveyance of Farm Produce at Reduced Rates by Paessnger Trains, 477
  • Great Eastern Railway, A Co-operative Association to Work with the, 431
  • Great Eastern Railway, Driving Tires of Bessemer Steel, 369
  • Great Eastern Railway, Rapid Bridge Building at Ely, 525
  • Groat Northern Railway, The, 557
  • Great Northern Railway, Aceidont on, 477
  • Great Northern Railway, Electricity Works of the, 383, 386, 388
  • Great Northern Stone Bridges op The Now Lino in Nottinghamshire, 309
  • Great Western Railway, Collision at Newport, 525
  • Great Western Railway Company, Doubling of Cornish Lines, 217
  • Great Western Locomotives, Early, 74, 104, 142, 191, 216, 239, 248, 258, 259, 285, 292, 317,345, 355, 360, 386, 408,435, 440, 441, 451, 454, 476, 505, 538, 550
  • Great Western Railway, Milford Haven Scheme, 477
  • Great Wostern Company, New Line Projected to South Wales, 457
  • Great Western Railway, New Rolling Stock, 457
  • Great Western Railway Company, Now Through Trains run by, 336
  • Great Western Railway Company and the Stroud and Painswick Light Railway Bill, 13
  • Great Western Railway Company’s System, Contract for Widening of Bridges, &c., on the, 217
  • Great Western Railway, Water Troughs on the, 286
  • Great Northern of Scotland Railway, New Locomotives for, 217
  • Greathead, Mr. J. EL, on the City and South London Railway, 500
  • Green’s Automatic Gas Engine Starter, 342
  • Green and Sons, Steam Road Roller, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Greenwich Observatory Photographic Registration of Magnetic Declination, Vertical and Horizontal Force and Earth Currents, 13
  • Greenwich Railway, The London and, 39
  • Greenwich and Westminster, Automatic Signals Between, 336
  • Greenwood and Batley’s Hydraulic Press, Pneumatic Power Hammer, 6-Unit Dynamo, and Electric Motors, 44
  • Grice, Grice, and Son9, Fatal Accident at their Works, 641
  • Grindstone, The “ Handy,” Messrs. Follows and Bates, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Grossmith and Otto’s Steam Pipe Safety Valve, 84
  • Grover, Mr. Fred., on the Earl’s Court and Ferris Wheels, 527
  • Guards, Rail, 634
  • Guillaume, M., On the Action of Electric Current on Aluminium Wire, 457
  • Guns, American 12in., 35
  • Gun, The Browning Automatic, Tested at Indian Head, 595
  • Gun Fire, The Effect of, 288
  • Gun, The Maxim Solid Steel, 156
  • Gun, New Quick-firing, tried in France, 309
  • Gun No. 305 Adopted for the Artillery of the French Navy, 160
  • Gun Patented in the United States for Carrying a Double Shot which Acts like a Bomb, 336
  • Gun and Projectiles tried at Chalons, The New, 105
  • Guns, Quick-fire, Influence of, on Naval Power, 519
  • Guns, Quick-fire, and Men-of-War Chimneys, 525
  • Guns, Recoil of, Recorded by Photography, 612
  • Guns, Tests of Small Rapid-firing, 623
  • Gun Trials of the Majestic, 336
  • Guns, Value of Quick-fire, 620
  • Gunboats, Bids for Composite, 420
  • Gurney, Mr., New Steam Carriage (1827), 215
  • Gutta-percha, Substitute for, 266
  • Gwynne’s Now Pressure Balance Gas Exhauster, 179
  • Gya and Shaikpura, Railway Line from, 595
  • HACKNEY, Dust Dsstructor and Electric Light for, 105
  • Haden Hill Collieries, Electrical Haulage and Electric Light at, 525
  • Hadfield, Mr. R. A., Production of Iron by a New Process, 177, 183
  • Haggie, Mr. David, 457
  • Haldane, Dr., Experiments Connected with Bad Air in Mines, 286
  • Hall and Co., Messrs. J. P., Largo Dynamo for Colliery Working, 181
  • Hall and Treat, Messrs., Quadruple-expansion Engine, 35
  • Halladay Windmill, Messrs. A. Williams and Co., 11
  • Haller, Mr., On The Use of Liquid Carbon Dioxide for Chilling Test Pioces, 105
  • liaise, Mr. E., Mining in Mexico, 4
  • Hamburg-American Co.’s Steamer, Accident to, 13
  • Hamburg Electric Tramway System, 537
  • Hammer, “Toe Excel” Pneumatic Power, Messrs. Greenwood and Batley, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Hammond, Mr. Robert, and Electric Lighting of Middlesbrough, 234
  • Hampton, Mr. T., Method of Casting Compound Ingots for Armour and other Plates, 234
  • Hamstead Colliery, The, 202
  • Hancock’s Steam Coaches, 290
  • Handy Grindstone, Messrs. Follows and Bates’, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Handyside and Co., Messrs. A., The Empress Theatre, 264, 268
  • Hanging of Harveved Armour Plates, 464, 529
  • Hanover, Triennial Meeting of German Miners at, 313
  • Harbour, Repair of Ancona, 35
  • Harbour of Batavia, The, 204, 205, 207
  • Harbours, Peterhead, 546, 616

Harbours and Waterways :

  • Belfast, 547
  • Brussels, 547
  • Burntisland, 547
  • Cardiff, 547
  • Charleston, 441
  • Galveston, 441
  • Leeds and Liverpool Canal, 441
  • Liverpool, 547 Llanelly, 441
  • Mersey, The, 441
  • Morecambe, 547
  • Peterhead, 547
  • Sutton Bridge, 547
  • Swansea, 547
  • Vora Cruz, 441
  • Hardware and Cutlery Business done with Foreign Markots for The Month, 477
  • Hargreaves and Co., Messrs. J., Compound Horizontal Tandem Engino, 189
  • Harland, Sir Edward James, 645
  • Harland and Wolff, The Now White Star Cargo Steamer, 286
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., Six Steamers Launched within Three Months, 336
  • Ilarland and Wolff, Messrs, Twin-screw Steamer for the Hamburg-American Line, 234
  • Harling, Mr. W. H., Sargent’s Patent Combined Compass Trammel, 59
  • Harnessing Niagara, 236
  • Harrison’s Elliptic Cycle Gear, 5
  • Harrison’s Locomotive, 355
  • Harrow, Mr. T. A. Wynne Edwards, 11
  • Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., Messrs., Air and Circulating Pumps, 140, 164
  • Hick. Hargreaves, and Co., Leicester Electricity Works, Corliss Compound Engines, 57, 68,142
  • Hide Pinions? Compressed, 363
  • High Lift Pump, A New, 646
  • High Speed Eogines—see Engines, High Speed High Railway Speeds and Permanent Way, 532 High Speeds in the United States, 484
  • Highland Railway Company’s Lino, Doubling of Section of, 192
  • Hill, Mr. A. E. B., On the Now Westminster Waterworks, 283
  • Hill and Sons, Messrs. Isaac, Fire-box Plate Trimming Machine, 214
  • History of the Metropolitan Railway — see also Metropolitan Railway
  • History of the Metropolitan Railway, 151, 239, 408
  • Hodgkin’s Prize Voted to Lord Rayleigh and Professor Ramsay, 160
  • Holden, Drake, and Gorham’s Magnetic Clutch, 118
  • Holland, Steam Lifoboat for, 325
  • Holman, Mr. W. J., Queer Now Typo of Locomotive, 286
  • Holloway Electric Light Station, 383, 386, 388
  • Holloway Electric Light Station, Marshall’s Valve Gear, 639
  • Hook of Holland, Accelerated Train Service r/4, 266, 336
  • Hoosac Tunnel, No Telegraphic Messages can be sent through, 382
  • Hope-Jones Electric Organ. The, 502
  • Hopp9r Barges on the Baltic Canal, 415
  • Hopper Coal Wagons, Messrs. Brown, Marshalls, and Co., 32
  • Horizontal Band Saw Machine for Logs, 63
  • Horizontal Band Saw, Messrs. A. Ransome and Co., 23, 32
  • Horizontal Engines— see Engines, Horizontal Hornsby-Akroyd Oil Engine, The De La Vergne
  • Refrigerating Company Select the, 105
  • Horse Power Pumping Machinery, Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co., 250
  • Horseless Carriages, 418
  • Hartford Dredging Company, Canal Connecting Great Salt Pond with the Ocean, 59
  • Hartman’s Paint, Electric Light Posts in London Re-coated with, 266
  • Harvest Saving and Tea Drying Machines, Gibbs’, 465
  • Harvesting Machines at the Royal Agricultural Society* 8 Show, 11, 44
  • Harvesting of Refuse and the Generation of Steam, Mr. Ernest Sykes on tho, 651
  • Harveyed Armour Plates, Hanging of, 464, 529
  • Harwich Harbour Conservancy, Mr. Bluff’s Retirement, 35
  • Haslam and Maudslay’s Potato Digger, 10
  • “ Haughty,” Launch of the New Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 286
  • Haulage, Canal, 191
  • Hauling Capacity of Electric Cars in The United States, 457
  • Havre, and of the Navigation of the Estuary of the Seine, Improvement of The Port of, 79
  • Hawley Down Draught Furnaces, Trial of tho, 431
  • Hay and Clover Making Machines, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Hay Makers at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11, 44
  • Hay Waterworks Company’s Undertaking, Purchase of the, 501
  • Haythorn Tubulous Boilor, The, 152
  • Hayward-Tylor and Co., Messrs., Horse Power Pumping Machinery, 250
  • Heat at Boiling Point of Carbon, Specific, 35
  • Heat created by the “Amphitrite’s” Funnel, 76
  • Heater and Filter, The Excelsior, 487
  • Heaters, Steam Feed-water, 122
  • Heath, Mr. W. P., Safety App’iances for Lifts, 381
  • Heating Buildings by Exhaust Steam, 104
  • Heating Buildings by Steam, On, 59
  • Heating Value of Berlin Gas, 160
  • Heating Street Railway Cars by Electricity, Mr. J. F. McElroy on, 450
  • Heenan and Gilbert, Messrs., On the Design and Testing of Centrifugal Fans, 625
  • Heilmann Locomotive, Trial3 with tho, 52
  • Hexagonal Rods ? 459
  • Heycock and Neville, Messrs., On the Freezing Points of Silver and Gold, 613
  • Hey wood, Mr. Percival, Miniature Railway at Duffield, 554
  • Hexane, On Normal, 595
  • Heilmann Locomotive, Trials with, 59
  • Heintz Trap, The, 45
  • Helium in Water, Solubility of, 217
  • Henry, M., Experiments on Locomotive Boilers at the Works of the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 179, 227
  • Henry, M., On Locomotive Boilers at The Works of the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 43, 91
  • Herbert, Mr. Alf., Multiple Drilling Machine, 527
  • Hering, the American Electrician, On the Volts Generated by every Foot of Active Wire, 234
  • H. M. Navy, Three New Torpedo Destroyers for, 160
  • H.M.S. “Blake,” 490
  • H.M.S. “Charger,” Concerning the Boilers of, 192
  • H.M.S. “Comus,” 286, 500
  • H.M.S. “ Hecla” to be Fitted up as a Torpedo Workshop, 217
  • H.M.S. “Jupiter,” Launch of, 512
  • H.M S. “ Majestic,” 415
  • H.M.S. “Minerva,” 316
  • H.M.S. “ Minerva,” Floating Out of, 309, 316
  • H.M.S. “ Monarch,” The Relit of, 554
  • H.M.S. “ Powerful,” Launch of, 87, 160
  • H.M.S “ Prince George,” Coating of hor Bottom with Anti-fouling Composition, 217 .
  • H.M.S. “ Renown,” 485
  • H.M S. “Starfish,” Speed Trials of. 365
  • H.M.S. “Torch” and “Alert,” Trials of, Ordered, 613
  • H.M. Torpedo-boat Destroyer “Sunfish,” Mean Speed Attained by, 135
  • H.M. Torpedo Gunboat “ Sharpshooter, 87
  • H.M.S. “ Victorious,” Launch of tho, 414
  • H.M.S. “Zebra,” Launch of, 549
  • H.M. Cruiser “Hermione” Passed into the Devonport Fleet Reserve, 234
  • H.M. Cruisers to be Converted into Training Ships, 309
  • Uermito Process of Deodorising Sewage at Ipswich, 345
  • Herroun, Mr., On The Theory of Magnetism, 481
  • Horseless Cirriages, The Memorial, 597
  • Horseless Vehicles, Mr. G. C. Marks on, 514
  • Horseless Vehicles—.also Road Carriages Horse-propelled Paddle Boats, 505
  • Uoufe, Mr. W. W., On Internal Engine Friction, 507
  • Hours of Work on Railways, 509
  • Howard, Mr. Charles, 382
  • Howe, Mr. H. Marion, On the Hardening of Steel, 176
  • Howe’s Sack Turnor, 44
  • Howl, Mr. E., Improved Kilns. 35
  • llufty and Caldwell, Messrs., Processes for Converting Cast Iron into Malleable Iron or Steel, 217
  • Hughes, Mr. U. W., Mineral Resources of the South Staffordshire Coalfields, 174
  • Humphreys - Owen and Meik, Messrs., On the Relaxation of Normal Requirements for Light Railways, 55
  • Hunt, Mr. R. W., On Steel Rails, 478
  • Hydraulic Copying Press, The, 23, 39
  • Hydraulic Power Supply in Towns, Mr. E. B. Ellington, 99, 126
  • Hydraulic Presses (xre also Press, Hydraulic) Hydraulic Propulsion, 396
  • Hydraulic Riveting Machine for Locomotive Boilers, 193
  • Hydraulic Stoking Machinery in Gasworks, 99
  • Hydrochloric Acid on Copper, Action of. 431
  • Hydrogen, Boiling Point and Critical Temperature of, 382
  • ICE-CRUSHING Transport Ferries for Lake Baikal, 217
  • I.E.S. Storage Battery for Lighting and Traction, Mr. A. G. New on the, 22
  • Illinois, Machine Mining in, 264
  • Illuminating Opaque Objects for the Microscope, M. Ch. Frémont’s Method of, 405
  • Imperial Defence and War Material, 89
  • Imperial Institute, 619 Improvement in Trade, The, 113, 263
  • Iccandescent Lamps and their Manufacture, Mr. Bailey on, 500
  • India, Canal Profits in, 647
  • India with Ceylon, Projected Railway Bridge to Connect, 192
  • India, On The Cold Weather Storms of 1893 in, 501
  • India, Development of The Iron Resources, 457
  • India, Irrigated Area, 234 India, Light Railway for, 234
  • India-office, Papers on the Iron Resources in the Madras Presidency, 503
  • India, Periyar Irrigation Works Oponod, 382
  • India, Railway Enterprise in, 595
  • India, Stoel Making Prospects in, 427
  • Indian Coal Production, 143
  • Indian Collieries, Report on The Working of, 160
  • Indian Collieries, Total Cipital Outlay on. 143
  • Indian Government, The Umaria Colliery Output, 160
  • Indian Head, United States Naval Proving Ground at, 225, 232, 233
  • Indian Railways, 13, 59. 66. 87,105, 143,160,192, 217, 234, 286, 431, 457, 525, 556, 595, 613
  • Indian Railways, Accidents on, 87
  • Indian Railways, Broad Gauge, 160
  • Indian Railways, Mr. R. Cohey’s Appointment, 613
  • India, Railway Extension in, 59, 87, 105
  • Indian Railways, 2ft. 6in. Gauge Light Railway in Progress, 217
  • Indian Railway Girder Bridges, Strengthening of, 13
  • Indian Railways, Length of Timber Sloopcrs Reduced, 234
  • Indian Railways, Mileage of, 143
  • Indian Railways, North-West, 286
  • Indian Railways Owned by Native Rulers, Mileage of, 192
  • Indian Railways, Passenger Traffic cn South, 66
  • Indian Railways, Proposed Partition of the North-Western Railway, 613
  • Indian Railways, Standard Gaugo Line, 217
  • Indian Railways, Strengthening of the Girders of Cheyaur Bridge, 217
  • Indian Railway, Rolling Stock for the South, 217
  • Indian Railways, Total Length in Operation, 431
  • Indian Railways, Mr. Warirg’s Report on, 556
  • Indicating Names of Stations on the District Railway, Mechanism for, 525
  • Indicator and Detector, Water Level, 647
  • Ingots, Small Cast Steel, 206
  • Iügot Iron, Alleged Treacberousress of, 330
  • Inscriptions on Glass, How Best Obtained, 595
  • Inspectors, Boiler, 258, 291, 359
  • Inspirator to Feed a Boiler, Cost of Running an, 457
  • Institute of British Carnage Manufacturers, 192
  • Institute, City and Guilds ok London:—Diplomas Conferred by, 115
  • Institute of Clayworkers on Light Railways, 613
  • Institute, Coventry Technical, Viscount Peel on Technical Educarim, 613
  • Institute Engineering Society Goldsmiths’, 414
  • Institute, The Franklin:—
  • Resistance Io Corrosion of Sen 3 Light Aluminium Alloys, Mr. J. W. Richards, 87
  • Institute, The Imperial, 619
  • Institute, The Iron and Steel, 174
  • Cornwall Works, Soho, Messrs. Tangye, Visit to, 177, 184
  • Direct Puddling of Iron, M. Emile Bonehil), 176
  • Government Small Arms Works, Sparkbrook, Visit to, 199, 201
  • Hamstcad Colliery, The, Visit to, 202
  • Hardening of Steel, Mr. 11. Marion Howe, 176
  • Iron Industry of South Staffordshire, Mr. Dan.dopes, 174
  • Ironworks of the South of Russia, Geo. Kamen sky, 241, 293
  • Loan Collection at Mason's College Visit to, 202
  • Mineral Resources of the South Staffordshire Coalfields, Mr. H. W. Hughes, 174
  • New Method for the Analysis of Chrome Ore and Ferro-Chrominm, Mr. E. H. Saniter, 177
  • Nickel Steel, Mr. Wiggin, 199, 219
  • Parker and Co.’s Electric Light Works, Wolverhampton, Visit to, 178
  • Preliminary List of Papers to be Read, 17
  • Production of Iron by a New Process, Mr. R. A. Hadfield, 177, 183
  • Programme of The Autumn Mooting at Birmingham, 17, 165
  • Small Cast Steel Ingots, Mr. R. Smith-Casson, 206
  • Staffordshire Steel and Ingot Company’s Work?, Visit to, 178
  • Tests of the Physical Properties of Cast Iron, Thos. I). West, 219
  • Thermo - Chemistry of The Bessemer Process, Professor Hartley, 176
  • Windsor-streot Works of the City of Birmingham Gas Department, Visit to, 200
  • Institute of Marine Engineers:—
  • Fifth Annual Dinner, 285
  • Presidential Address of Mr. Durston, 318
  • Institute, The Tramways:—
  • Address of the President, Mr. Carruthers Wain, 22
  • Annual Report, 22
  • I. E. S. Storago Battery for Lighting and Traction, Mr. A. G. New, 22
  • Thwaite-Cawley System of Electric Haulage, Mr. G. Cawley, 22
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, 431
  • Appointment of Sir Benjamin Baker as Trustee of the Benevolent Fund, 369
  • Appointment of Treasurer, Honorary Secretary, and Secretary, 13
  • City and South London Railway, with some Remarks on Subaqueous Tunnelling by Shield and Compressed Air, Mr. J. H. Greathead, 500
  • Design and Testing of Centrifugal Fans, Messrs. Heenan and Gilbert, 625
  • Dilation, Annealing, and Welding of Iron and Steel, Mr. Thomas Wrightson, 559
  • Election of H.I.M. The German Emperor as Hon. Member, 477
  • Influence of Carbon on Iron, Mr. J. 0. Arnold, 559
  • James Forrest Lecture, Dr. A. B. W. Kennedy, May 7th, 369
  • Members and Associates who have been on the Books for upwards of Fifty Years, 602
  • Physical Properties of Iron and Steel, Two Papers on, 559
  • Presidential Address of Sir Benjamin Baker, 480, 483, 512
  • Subjects for Papers, Session 1895-6, 259
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Association of Yorkshire Students, 113, 414
  • Second Annual Dinner, 490
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, The Manchester Branch of Students:—
  • Description of Gas Stoking Plant, Mr. F. J. West, 612
  • Iron and Steel, On the Microscopic Study of, 624
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Newcastle- upon-Tyne Association of Students, 348 Some Details of Iron Foundry Work, Mr. G. H. Sheffield, 625
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, 550
  • Annual Dinner, 627
  • Annual Dinner Postponed, 488
  • Annual Soiree of, 13
  • Conversazione of, 35 Leader Relating to, 509
  • Opening of Session Postponed, 454
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, The American :—
  • Substitution of Electricity for Steam in Railroad Practice, Dr. Louis Duncan, 187
  • Institution of Engineers, The Cleveland : Metallography, or The Microscopic Study of
  • Iron and Steel, Mr. J. E. Stead, 624
  • Institute of Engineers and Naval Architects, The Hull and District: —
  • Inquiries, Tenders, Specifications, Contracts for Steannhif s and their Machinery, Mr. F. H. Pearson, 430
  • Visit to the National Telephone Company’s Exchange, 501
  • Institution of Engineers, The North-East Coast:—
  • Application of The Law of Similarity of Marino Propellers, Mr. J. Denholm Young, 501
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland:—
  • Inaugural Address of Sir William Arrol, he Pooh-poohs all Notion of a Channel Bridge. 405 K ’
  • Institution of Junior Engineers, The:—
  • Belgian Summer Meeting, 223
  • Presidential Address, Mr. Archibald Denny, 487
  • Urban Roads and Footways, with Notes on
  • Gas, Water, and Electric Mains, Mr. J. Julian, 625
  • Visit to Messrs. Bell's Asbestos Works, 514
  • Institution of Marine Engineers:—
  • Bristol Channel Centre, 415
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers at Glasgow :—
  • Clydebank Engineering Works, 153
  • Clydebank Shipyard Works, 153
  • Engineering Works. Visits to, 153
  • Glasgow Gasworks Visited, 129
  • Glasgow Iron and Steel Company’s Works, 153
  • Glasgow Sewage Works Visited. P29
  • Glasgow Waterworks Visited, 129
  • Hydraulic Power Supply in Towns, Glasgow,
  • Manchester, Buenos Ayres, Ac., Mr. E. B. Ellington, 99
  • Hydraulic Stoking Machinery in Gasworks, Mr. Andrew S. Biggart, 99
  • Leven Shipyard and Engino Works, 187
  • Lille Experiments on The Comparative Efficiency of Hows and Belts for The Transmission of Power, by M. V. Dubreuil, Translated by Professor I). S. Capper, 580, 639
  • Modern Steel Works Machinery, Mr. Riley, 100, 126
  • Opening of th'o Proceedings, 99
  • Papers to bo Read and Discussed, 33
  • Recent Engineering Improvements of the Clyde
  • Navigation, Mr. Jas. Doas, 100, 126, 131, 167, 193
  • Shipyards and Engine Works Visited, 129
  • Visits and Excursions, 33, 128 129
  • Institution of Mining Engineers, The Federated :—
  • Birmingham with its Canal Connections with the Seaports, Mr. W. H. Wheeler, 23
  • Blasting Efficiency of Explosives, Bergassessor Winkhaus, 367
  • Change of Composition Produced in Air by Flames and by Respiration, Professor Clowes, 368
  • Depth to Productive Coal Measures between the Warwickshire and Lancashire Coalfields, Mr. Chas. E. do Rance, 367
  • Economic Minerals of the Province of Ontario, Canada, Mr. W. H. Merritt, 368
  • Gold Mining in Nova Scotia, Mr. F. II. Mason, 368
  • Programme of Annual General Mooting to be Held in North Staffordshire. ‘231
  • Institution of Mining and Metallurgy:—
  • Chrome Iron Oro Mining in Asia Minor, Mr. W. F. Wilkinson, 4
  • Deep Mining in Mexico, and The Changes that Occur in the Country Rock and Vein-Filling in Depth, Mr. E. liaise. 4
  • Institution, The Royal United Service —see Royal United Service Institution :—
  • Institution, Royal—sec Royal Institution:— Instruments, Suspensions for Physical, 431
  • Insurance and Actuarial Society of Glasgow, 521
  • Internal Engine Friction, 507
  • International Sleeping Car and European Express Trains Company’s New Service to Trieste, 525
  • Invention ? What is, 162
  • Inventor, “Good Enough” is The Foe of tho, 16
  • Inventor? Who is Entitled to the Name of, 545
  • Invicta Reducing Valve? 619
  • Iodide, Action of Alcohol on Mercurous, 647
  • “Iowa,” The Battleship, Test of a Section of her Side Armour, 160
  • Ipswich and Harwich, Improvements in the Ports of, 401
  • Ireland, Engineering and Shipbuilding in, 599
  • Irish Railway Working, 139
  • Irish Steamer “ Lestris,” Launch of the, 43
  • Iron Arch, Evolution of the, 597
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 25, 48, 75, 94, 120, 146, 168, 195, 220, 242, 271, 294, 320, 340, 372, 396, 418, 442, 466,490, 514, 538, 562, 602, 628, 648
  • Iron in the Congo Country, Production of, 501
  • Iron, On the Direct Puddling of, Mr. E. Bonebill on, 176
  • Iron Disposed of io Seven Months by the Syndicate of Austrian Ironfounders, 192
  • Iron Foundry Work, Mr. G. H. Sheffield on some Details of, 625
  • Iren Industry of South Staffordshire, Mr. Dan
  • Jones on the, 174 Iron, Influence of Carbon on, 559 Iron, Ingot, 330
  • Iron from Iron Sand in New Zealand, Process for Producing. 369
  • Iron Oro in Ontario, Deviation of the Compass and,405
  • Iron Ore Shipments from New York to Rotterdam, 13
  • Iron, A Paint for, 286
  • Iron, Paints m~do from Tar for Coating, 431
  • Iron Pig Production, 554
  • Iron, Pig, The World’s Production of, 160
  • Iron Pijics, Leaks in, Stopped by Paper Pulp, 336
  • Iron. On The Production of, by a New Process, 177, 183
  • Iron Production in the North of England, 255
  • Iron, Removing Sulphur from, by Barium Ferro cyanide, 35
  • Iron Resources in the Madras Presidency, Development of tho, 457
  • Iron Resources in the Madras Presidency, Papers on the, 503
  • Iron Sand, Now Zealand, 396
  • Iron, Sheet, Magnetic Testor for, 561
  • Iron Statistics, The Scotch Annual, 641
  • Iron and Steel, On the Dilatation, Annealing, and Welding of, 559
  • Iron and Stoel Industries in 1894, Swedish, 496
  • Iron and Steel Industry in Belgium, The 255
  • Iron and Steel, Influence of Pickling on, 261
  • Iron, Steel, or other Metal from Oxidation, F. Siemens’ Method of Protecting, 217 Iron and Steel, Physical Properties of, 559
  • Iron and Steel, Processes for Converting Cast Iren into Malleable, 217
  • Iron and Steel from Rust, Gesner Method of Protecting, 35
  • Iron and Steel from the United States, Exports of, 160
  • Iron, Tests of The Physical Properties of Cast, 219
  • Iron Trade, The American, 286
  • Iron Trades Employers’ Association, The. 90
  • Ironbark Sleepers in New South Wales, 13
  • Ironclads, Ac., for Japan, 309
  • Ironworks of the South of Russia, by Geo. Kamersky, 241,293
  • Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, The Thames, 567—578
  • Irregularity and Delay in the Arrival of Trains
  • Running into London, Mr. Ritchie on the, 217
  • Irrigated Area of India, 234
  • Irrigation Works in Egypt, 275—278, 301—303, 427.432
  • Irrigation Works in India, Opening of, 382
  • Italian Fleet at Portsmouth, The, 31, 37, 40
  • Italian Government and Light Railways, 286
  • Italian Navy, Launch of the “ Vittor Pisani,”234
  • Italian Submarine Boat, Trial of a New, 192
  • Ivory, 484
  • JAIIN and Schdnrock's Experiments in Thermodynamics of Galvanic Polarisation, 231
  • “ James Forrest ” Lecture, The, 369
  • Jamieson, Mr. M. B., 206
  • Jamieson, Professor, “ A New Departure in Stoam
  • Engine Economy,” 15
  • Japan and British Railway Materia1, 163
  • Japan, Ironclads, Ac., for, 309
  • Japan, Matches Exported from, 405
  • Japan, Now Docks, 431
  • Japan, New Rille, 309
  • Japan and Russia as Machinery Markets, 365
  • Japanese Coal Delivered in Bombay, 160
  • Japanese Mills, Working Hours in, 286
  • Japanese Port, Construction of a Dry Dock in a 613
  • Jacques, Captain, on War Material in the United Spates, 502
  • Java, Petroleum Boring in, 405
  • Jot Condenser, Drum Air Pump and, 189
  • Johnson’s Drum Air Pump and Jet Condenser, 189
  • Johnson, Mr. S. W., Express Passenger Locomotive, Midland Railway (Supplement, December ï&tk, 1895)
  • Johnson, Mr. Sara. W., Portrait, 5S1
  • Johnsen, Mr. W., Dry Press Brick Machine, 71, 94
  • Johnston, Messrs. W. and A. K-, Map of Ashanti and Gold Coast, 554
  • Johnston, Messrs. W. and A. K., Map of Railways and Canals of England and Wales, 234
  • Jones, Mr. Dan, On the Iron Industry of South Staffordshire, 174
  • Julian, Mr. J., On Urban Roads and Footways ; with Notes on Gas, Water, and Electric Mains, Ac., 625
  • July the Wettest Month since November latt, 192
  • Junctions, Railway, M. Zanotta on, 29
  • Jungfrau Railway, Preliminary Work, 309
  • Junior Photographer Magazine, 183
  • Junker’s Gas Calorimeter, 161 “Jupiter,” ll.M.S, 512
  • KAMENSKY, GEO., Ironworks of South Russia 241 293
  • Karri Wood Paving Blocks, 541
  • “ Katahdin,” The Ram, 286, 595, 613
  • “ Katahdin ” Ram, Report dealing with the Contractor’s Trials, 286
  • Kclvio, Lord, His Belief in Continuous Current Systems in Power Supply Stations, 105
  • Kennedy, Dr. A. B. W., The “ James Forrest” Lecture, 369
  • Kennedy, Professor, Result of his Tests of the Alloy used by the Manganese Bronze and Brass Company, 545
  • Keyham Torpedo Shop, Overtime in the, 192
  • Kiel, International Naval Exhibition at, 143
  • Kilns, Improved. 35
  • Kimberly, The Earl of, On Technical Education, 369
  • King’s College, Architectural Curriculum at, 303
  • King’s Norton Metal Company, The, 300
  • King8burgh, Lord, On Electricity in the Dwelling, 623
  • Kirtley, Mr. W., Presentation to, 13
  • Kites for Meteorological Observations, Professor McAdie’8, 382
  • Knapp and Co.’s Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 10
  • Knapp, Mr. E. C., Proportioning Cylinders for Compound Engines, 315
  • Kneem, Mr. W., Slethod of Burning Creosote 09, 192
  • Knight’s Motor Cycle, 252
  • Knitter, Automatic S;ockiDg, 116
  • Kolben, Mr. E., Oq the Use of Worm Gearing in Electrical Works, 501
  • Kolkcr and Naphtali, MM., Paints for Coating Iron, 286, 431
  • Kcosen, Mr. J. A., His MotorCar Claims not to bo a Locomotive, 613
  • Korda’s Thermo-chemical Galvanic Cell, 286
  • Kotri Bridge, Indian Railways, 535
  • Kiiiger, I)r., On Acetylene and Carbonic Acid Gas, 457
  • Kruger, M. F., On the Resistance of Porous Diaphragms in Various Electrolytes, 525
  • Krupp Works, The Sanitor Method triod at, 13
  • Kiibler, Mr. J., First Prize Design for Stiffened
  • Suspension Bridge over the Danube at Buda Pest. 60, 67, 106, 107, 108
  • Kyoto Electric Railway, Opening of, 59
  • LAB1NAL, M., Mode of Obtaining Simpler Connection between The Clearances and the Body of Vacuum Pumps, 35
  • Laing, Mr. Andrew, His Resignation, 368
  • Laird Bros., Launch of Now Torpedo Boat, 309
  • Laird Bros., Messrs., s.s. “ Quoen of The North ” (Supiiltm>nt, Xorembcr ].«/, 1895), 55, 426
  • Laird Bros., Twin Screw Steamers for The Irish Mail Service, 160
  • Like Shore and Michigan Southern Riilway, A Fast Train on the, 486
  • Lake Superior, Fluctuation of The Water Surface o', 369
  • Lakiserai to Gya, Broad Gauge Railway from, 160
  • Lambert, Mr., On the Acceleration of Transport of Morchaudise, 29
  • Lamp, The Denay rouse, 474
  • Lancashire, Derbyshire, and East Coast Railway Company, Meeting of Proprietors, 105
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Change in the Staff, 431
  • Lancaster and District Tramways Company and the Progress of Electric Traction, 501
  • Lanchesto", Mr. F. W., On the Radial Cursor : An Addition to the Slide Rule, 431
  • Langley and Son’s Now Letter Card. 87
  • Lascellos, Mr., His Appointment, 477
  • Latchford Lock Gates, Collision with tho, 526, 527
  • Latho, History of the, 391
  • Launch, A Tasmanian, 267 Launches, Oil, 34
  • Launches by Scotch Shipbuilders, 13
  • launches and Trial Trips, 13, 17, 27, 43, 51, 77, 87. 97, 105, 123, 143, 149, 160, 171, 181, 1»7, 223, 234, 237, 245, 263, 266, 273, 286, 297, 309, 316, 318, 323, 346, 349, 365, 375, 421, 445. 464 , 493, 517, 541, 549, 565, 604 , 613, 631, 647
  • Laura, M., Secondary Battery, 217
  • Laval 100-Horse Power Steam Turbine Motor and Dynamo, 358, 359
  • Lawn Mower Roller Adjustment at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 9
  • Ixixy-Snaefell Electric Line Opened for Traffic, 192
  • Ix>ad Mining Industry, The, 484
  • Load Poisoning from the Service Pipes of Water-wnrbe
  • Lead, Welding, 160, 309
  • LEADERS
  • Adam’s Bridge, 364
  • Adam’s Bridge Railway, The, 90
  • Aluminium Works at The Falls of Foyers, 212
  • Another Reason, 644
  • Armour Plate Making, 337
  • Atlantic Liners, American and British, 509
  • Bainbridge, Mr., and the Miners, 412
  • Board of Trade and Electric Lighting, The, 42
  • Board of Trade Officers, 65
  • Boiler Inspectors, 235
  • Boilers and Food Water, 338
  • Blast Furnaca Gas Bailors, 532
  • Boon tc Railway Companies, A, 16
  • Central London Railway, The, 42
  • Change io Steam Shipping, The, 436
  • Changes in Cost of Railway Working, 163
  • Cheap Oxygen, 337
  • Clearanco in Steam Engino Cylinders, 41
  • Clydo and Belfast Strikes, Tqo, 555
  • Coal and Coal Miners, 90
  • Coal Supply of Oar Warships, The, 531
  • Coal Trado Position, The, 557
  • Coal Trado, The Oatlook in the, 59S
  • Commercial Manufacture of Liquid Air, The, 557
  • Concentrated Loads, 138
  • Conservation of Energy, The, 185
  • Copper and Engineering, 212
  • Coppering The B)ttoms of Steel Ships, 436
  • Curious Briler Explosion, A, 262
  • Day of Cheap Money, The, 312
  • Day of The Great Producer, The, 288
  • Doncaster Race Week, 263
  • Durston, Mr., Oa The Machinery of Ships of War, 311
  • Effect of Gun Fire, The, 288
  • Electrical Supply at 230 volts, 161
  • Electric Traction ou Railways, 186
  • Electrical Traction in the United States, 435
  • Engineering of English Ironworks, The, 187
  • Engineering and Shipbuilding, 557
  • Engineering and Shipbuilding in Ireland, 599
  • Engineers and Structural Steel, 288
  • Evolution of the Iron Arch, The, 597
  • Explosions of Gas Cylinders, 112
  • Fire on Board the “ Iona,” The, 312
  • Fore-horo Defences at Brighton, 436
  • Funnels of Warships, The, 435
  • Glasgow and Horseless Carriages, 509
  • Good Enough. 16
  • Government Railways and Locomotive Coal, 509
  • Great Northern Railway, The, 557
  • Harnessing Niagara, 236
  • High Railways Speeds and Permanent Way,
  • 532
  • High Speeds in The United States, 484
  • Hours of Work on Railways, 509
  • Imperial Defence and War Material, 89
  • Imperial Institute, Tho, 619
  • Improving Trade, 263
  • Industrial Exhibition at Glasgow, 461
  • Influence of Pickling on Iron and Steel, The, 261
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, The, 509
  • Internal Engine Friction, 507
  • Irish Railway Working, 139
  • Iron Trades Employers’ Association, 90 Ivory, 484
  • Japan and British Railway Material, 163
  • Jubilee of the Caledonian Railway, 89
  • Load Mining Industry, The, 484
  • Lecture Theatre, The, 42
  • Light Railways Conference, The, 556
  • Light Railways on Highways, 288
  • Liquid Air, Production of, 644
  • Lloyd’s Register Committee, 185
  • Locomotives and the Manchester Ship Canal, 557
  • London County Council Scheme of Water Supply, 111
  • London and North-Western Railway and Manchester Ship Canal, 461
  • London Street Lighting, 112
  • Long Railway Runs, 261
  • Loss of the “Seaford,” The, 211
  • Marine Boilers, 363
  • Marino Pleasure Piers, 620
  • Morsey Docks and Harbour Board, The, 644
  • Metric System, The, 643
  • Municipality of Singapore. Tho, 312
  • National Trade Mark, A, 338
  • New Departure in Steam Engine Economy, A, 15
  • New London and South Wales Railway, The, 459
  • New Northern Railway, The, 3f5 No Matter, 66
  • Niagara Power Company, Tho, 460
  • Northern Railway Projects, 533
  • Oil Fuel for Pumping Engines, 597
  • Okehampton Artillery Practice, 365
  • Passenger Traffic on South Indian Railways, 66
  • Perfect Knowledge, 643
  • Preservation of Timber, The, 138
  • Railway Economics, 460
  • Railway Race, The, 212
  • Railway Working, 16
  • Railways of New South Wales, 411
  • Railway Unpunctuality, 287
  • Reviving Trade, 364
  • Robert-Bessemer Process, The, 412
  • Rolling Stock Experiments on Northern of
  • France Riilway, 90
  • Russia and Japan as Machinery Markets, 365
  • Scientific Filtration. 41 Scottish Railway Working, 237
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, 211
  • Self-propelled Traffic Association, The, 599
  • Sheffield Smoke, 163
  • Single Driving Wheels in the United States, 363
  • Sir Benjamin Baker’s Address, 483
  • Specialisation, 598
  • State of Trade, The, 66
  • Steamers Sold to Foreigners, 113
  • Strike on the Clyde, The, 619
  • Swindon Station, 213
  • Theory of Compensating Gradients, 508
  • Trade Improvement, The, 113
  • Trades Union CoDgress, The, 236
  • Transport of Petroleum, The, 137
  • Value of Quick-fire Ordnance, Tho, 620
  • Wales and the London Water Scheme, 411
  • Mr. Waring’s Report on Indian Railways, 556
  • What is Invention? 162
  • Working of the Railways, The, 311
  • Year’s Mines Drainage Work, A, 338
  • Yorkshire Miners’ Association, 186
  • oak? in Iron Pipes Stopped by Paper Pulp, 336
  • Leask, Capt., His AppJntment at Sunderland Harbour, 234
  • Leather, Manufactured, Messrs. Angus and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Leather Tires for the French Army Cycles in Place of India-rubber, 87
  • leber, Mr. Edler von, On the Construction and Teeing of Metallic Bridge?, 3Q
  • Le Chatelier, M., On a Fusion of Aluminium and Copper, 87
  • Lecture Theatre, The Misdirection of Energy in the, 42
  • Leeds and Liverpool Canal, 441 Ixoods Tramways, 387
  • Loo-Motford Magazno Rifle Ammunition, 200, 201
  • “ Left handed ” Trains in Rhode Idand and Massachusetts, 554
  • Legal Intelligence :—
  • Accriogton and Church OutMl Soworage Board <•. The Ribble Committee, 107
  • Bower-Barff Patent, Tho, 46
  • North British Rubber Company e. the Gormully and Jeffery Manufacturing Company, 537
  • North Metropolitan Tramways Company r. the London County Council, 625
  • W. II. and L. Collirgridge r. the City Press, Limited, 545
  • Legislation on Light Railways, The Conference to Promote, 554
  • Leicester Electricity Works, 56, 57, 61
  • Leicester Electricity Works, Corliss Eoginos, 86
  • Leicester Waterworks, 530, 534
  • Leicester Waterworks, Pump.ng Engines (Supplement, December fith, 1895), 553
  • Leicester Waterworks, Triple expansion Pumping Engines, Messrs. Easton, Anderson, and Gooiden, 530
  • Lendal Bridge, York, Strengthening, 633
  • Lensos, Mr. H. Dennis Taylor, 405
  • Leslies Weekh/, Lithographs and Account of the New York Central Railway, 554
  • Letter Cird, Mossrs. Laogley and Sons’, 87

LETTERS to the Editor:—

  • Accuracy of Valve Gears, The, Digna Sequamur, 238
  • Adam’s Bridge Railway, India—Ceylon, F., 104
  • Adam’s Bridge Riilway, India—Ceylon, E. 1. Shadbolt, 104
  • Aluminium Tubes ? F. M., 41
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers, F. R. Hutton, 239
  • Amphibious Boats, Commerce, 490
  • Automatic Carriages in France, R. F. C., 408
  • Amphibious Passenger Boats, Octavius D. Deacon, 434
  • Amphibious Boats, C. W. Dadgin and Sons, 490, 538
  • Amphibious Boats, HysoD, 505
  • Amphibious Boats, H. R. de Salis, 466, 504, 616
  • Available Sources of Water Supply for Londen, R. Price Williams, 386
  • Bicycle Problem, Enquirer, 191
  • Bailer Explosion, A Curious, Engineer, 333
  • Boiler Inspectors, Chalkline, 258
  • Bailer Inspectors, Ex-Superintendent, 258
  • Boiler I aspect ors, A Foreman Boilermaker, 359
  • Bailer Inspectors, W. R. Leba, 258, 333
  • Boiler Inspectors, Old Cbap, 291, 386
  • Boiler Inspectors, Chas. J. Spancer, 291
  • Boiler Inspectors, John Swift, 291
  • Book on Rock Drills and Boring Machines? A. F., 389
  • Brake Trials on The North-Eastern Railway, Clement E. Stratton, 334
  • British Small Arm Ammunition, John MaddeD, 12
  • Broad Gaugo r. Narrow Gauge, E S. Marryat, 617
  • Bullhead Rails r. Flango Rails, E. E. Russell Tratman, 640
  • Canal Haulage, Thos. Irwin, 191
  • Canals, Lionel B. Wells, 63
  • Candle Making Machinery ? C. C., 507
  • Central Factories for Sugar, T. II., 86
  • “Challenge ” Feed Pumps or Heaters? S. A.S., 65
  • Clearanco in Stoam Engines, II. Bollinckx, 109 k Clearance in Steam Cylinders, A. Inokuty, 86, 189
  • Clearance io Steam Cylinders, Tin Tack, 63
  • Coal Supply of Our Warships, The, Chief, 601
  • Collision with Lock Gates, Robert McGlasson, 39
  • Comparative Advantages of Vignoles and Bullheaded Rails, James Whitestone, 360
  • Compressed Hide Pinions ? G. F. G., 363
  • Continuous Brakes, Percy Caldecott, 504
  • Corliss Eogines at Loicester Electricity Works, E. J. Brown (for Hick, Hargreaves and Co.), 142
  • Corliss Engines at Leicester Electricity Works, James Dunlop, 86
  • Detachable Rudders, D. Croll, 360
  • Disaster on Bjard s.s. “Iona,” The United Asbestos Company, Ld., 317
  • Distance and Time in which a Ship may be Brought to Rest from Full Speed Ahead, Robert McGlassoD, 142, 166
  • Distance and Time in which a Ship may bo Brought to Rost from Full Speed Ahead, W. D. Weaver, 108
  • Distant Signal L:ghts, Compensator, 104, 209
  • Distant Signal Lights, Signal Engineer, 166, 333
  • Draw a Parabola, To, S. Smeaton, 538
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, James Watt Boulton, 259
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, I). II. Ciutejohn, 191
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, Demi John, 239
  • Eirly Great Western Locomotives, Exhibitor No. 88, 239
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, II. Greenly, 216, 239, 292, 408, 440, 476, 505 Early Great West.rn Locomotives, Thos. Hunt, 538
  • Eirly Great Western Locomotives. D. II l/ttle- john, 216, 239, 259, 292, 345, 360, 387, 408, 454, 476, 505
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, W. 0. E. Meade-King, 317
  • Eirly Great Western Locomotives, W. B. Paley, 142, 387, 408, 410, 451, 476
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, G. A. Sekon, 101, 142, 317
  • Early Great Western Locomotives. Sextus 441, 505, 550
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, R, S’ueward. ^258
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, Clement E. Strotten, 166, 216, 239, 259, 360, 387, 408, 440, 476, 538
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, W. B. Thompson, 454, 505
  • Early Great Western Locomotives, A. A. W., 454 3
  • Edge Runners and Disintegrators? O. K., 483
  • Electric Welding, The Electric Welding Company, Limited, 643
  • Electric Wood Cargo Discharging and Stacking Craco, W. 11. Lindsey, 396
  • Empress Theatre, Earl’s Court, J. C. Rome, 317
  • Engineer in Naval Warfare and in Commerce, Bulkhead, 504
  • Engineer Personnel of the Navy, The, C. P., 208
  • English and American Projectiles, R. A. llad- tiold, 317
  • Excavating Machinery? E. II. T., 507
  • Explosion of a Carbonic Acid (las Cylinder, C. E. Shepherd, 107
  • Fair Trade and No Trade, W. A. S. B., 63,109
  • Faith in Science, Aldrovandus, 216
  • Fans and Air Propellers, Student, 435
  • Farina Machinery ? Starch, 261
  • Ferry Steamer for The Volga, C. Moberlcy, 317
  • Fires at Sea, A. Stewart Harrison, 317
  • Flange Joints on Coppor Pipes, Professor Isaac Storey and Sons, J. Nosbury, 617
  • Flange Rails and Metal Sleepers, E. E. Russell Tratman, 505
  • Flange Rails and Metal Slecpors, James Whito- stone
  • Free Trade and No Trado, W. A. S. B., 63, 109
  • Free Trado and No Trade, G. A. Haig, 86
  • Free Trade and No Trade, A. Willi imson, 63, 601
  • Gas Producers at Dow’a:s, Wm. Porritt Ingham, 505
  • Gear Engines, The, Arthur Bollicckx, 12
  • Girder Problem, Enquirer, 290
  • Girder Problem, A, F. W. Jennings, 333
  • Glasgow Harbour Tunnel, Arthur L Gibson, 86
  • Great Railway Rae?, The, Clement E. Stretton, 216
  • Hancock’s Stoara Cca hes, W. B. Paley, 290
  • Hanging of Harveyed Armour Plates, A Shipwright, 529
  • Heating Buildings by Exhaust Steam, Asbwell J. Nesbitt, 104
  • Hexagonal Rods ? Hexagonal, 459
  • History of tbo Metropolitan Riilway, The Makers, 239
  • History of The Metropolitan Railway, W. B. Paley, 408
  • Horizontal Band Saw Machines for Logs, W. Sam Wors-am, 63
  • Horse-propelled Paddle Boats, R. S. Culley, 505
  • Hydraulic Copying Press, The, R B. P., 39 Hydraulic Propulsion, M. W. Ruthven,396 Improved Lights for the Rescue of the Drowning, J. Lawrence-Hamilton, 411
  • Influence of the Size of Particles on the Pressure of a Gas, Thomas Hunt, 617
  • Institution of E ectric Engineers, The, R. S. Erskine and A. A. C. Swinton, 550
  • International Fire Congress, Amsterdam, September 24th, 28tb, Edwin O. Sachs, 259
  • Invicta Reducing Valve? E. II., 619
  • Knight’s Petroleum Motor Cyclo? John Henry Knight, 287
  • Leeds Tramways, Mot Jr, 387
  • Light Railways, Arthur W. Burgess, C02
  • Liquid Air, W. Hampton. 617
  • London and Greenwich Railway, The, W. B. Paloy, 39
  • Lng Railway Runs, W. M. Acworth, 317
  • Long Railway Runs, II. R. do Salis, 292
  • Largest Railway Run on Record, Too, W. M. Acworth, 505
  • Longest Railway Run on Record, Clement E. Stretton, 538
  • Loss by Clearance, Wm. Donaldson, 1S9
  • Loss from Condensation in Long Steam Pipes, S. A. Ward, 317
  • Magnetisation of Watches, C. C , 39
  • Makers of Celluloid Articles ? E. B , 65
  • Mechanical Road Carriages, J. N. A., 63
  • Mechanical Road Carriages, C. D., 38
  • Mechanical Road Carriages, P. W. D., 63
  • Mechanical Road Carriages, Golosiphor, 38
  • Mechanical Road Carriages, G. A. Haig, 63
  • Mechanical Vehicles, Ouo who Witnessed the Trials, 216
  • Metal S'eepers, Ja?. Whitestone, 409
  • Metre io Belgian Workshops, The, L., 396
  • Metropolitan Railway, W. B. Paley, 191
  • Metropolitan Water Supply, Hassard and Tyrell, 441
  • Midland Railway, Too, Fred. J. Bolt, 142
  • Midland Railway Locomotives, Clement E. Stretton, 617
  • Mild Sleel Beam Sjctim Struts, Edw. J. M. Davies, 537
  • Mild Steel Beam Sect:on Struts, Kendrick Edwards, 550
  • Mild Steel Beam Section Struts? K. E., 507
  • Mild Steel Beam Section Struts, W. 11. T., 550
  • Mild Stoel Beam Section Struts, W., 537
  • Montgomery-Moore Collision Doors? D. E., 89
  • Moss Litter and Peat Fuel? P. I., 261
  • Motor Carriages for Royal Mails, Fred. Simms, 617
  • Moulded Wcol Pump Articles? E. B., 41
  • Moving Buildings ? C., 507
  • Moving Frodsham Station, Cuthbert W. H. Whalley, 537
  • Munificent Offer, A, Apprentice C.E., 434
  • Munificont Offer, Non-Identity, 466
  • Murdock’s Blowing Engines, L. Richard, 434
  • New Admiralty Buildings, Out-of-Breath, 387
  • “ New Centurion,” The, Jas. Eastwick, 529
  • “New Centurion,” The, Precursor, 529
  • “ Now Centurion,” The, Automatic Mounliogs for Heavy Guns, Jas. Eistwick, 616
  • New Zealand Iron Sand, Wm. Butlin, 396
  • Nile Barrage, The, F. Mougel Bay, 504
  • No Engineer ovor Forty need Apply, Engineer, 290
  • Oil Fuel for Pumping Engines, Wm. Fairley, 640
  • Oil Motor Carriages, J. E. Weyroan, 451
  • Oldest Enzino Driver in The World, The, R. Moody, 550
  • Ordnance Bench Marks, Dumpy, 333
  • Ordnance Datum, Ernest Mullin, 360
  • Origin of The Continuous Brake, The, Masharo,
  • “ Oroya,” The, Charles F. Pars:ns, 12
  • Paper and other Pressed Pulp Manufacturers? S. W. S., 41
  • Pearl’s Spindle Oil? P. B. P., 459
  • Peat Compressing Machinery? A. B. G., 287
  • Peterhead Harbours, Whatcley Eliot, 616
  • Petroleum Road Carriages, G. A. llaig, 12
  • Petroleum Road Carriages, Lister and Company, 317
  • Pilot Engines, S. Murray, 466
  • Pitching Prcpeller Blades, James B. McLareD, 490
  • Plant for Nail Factories? Corazon, 261
  • Platinum or other BlQck Coating of Metals? 65
  • Pneumatic Conveyors for Light Goods? Box Makers, 89
  • Pot Sleepers, P. W. I)., 39
  • Power Lost in Slide Valve Friction, It. Collier, 602
  • Practical Steam Engineering, William Donald son, 39
  • Preservation of Timber, The, Samuel Edward Haskin, 2C9
  • Proposed Association of Waterworks Engineers, J. W. Bradley, 529
  • Proposed Association of Waterworks Engineers, I). M. F. Gaskin, 504
  • Proposed Waterworks Engineers' Association,
  • Kelvin, W. li. Preeco, and I* . Cardew, G02
  • Pulley Problem ? A, Meteor, 161
  • Pumping Problem, A, Walter Crooke, 505
  • Pumping Problem, A, Economy, 490
  • Quick Acting Brake, I). H. Littlejohn, 466
  • Quick Acting Brake, Norman D. McDonald, 396, 409
  • Quick Acting Brake, The, Clement E. Stretton, 409
  • Race to the North, The, W. J. Barker, 166
  • Rice to The North, The, Big Ead, 166
  • Race to the North, The, R, C. Dowie, 166
  • Race to the North, from London to Aberdeen, Tho, Traveller, 142
  • Railway Economics, W. M. Acworth, 476
  • Railway Race, The, A. J. B., 292
  • Railway Race, The, Sam. A. Forbes, 239
  • Railway Race, Tho, A Passenger, 239
  • Railway Race, The, P., 292
  • Railway Race, The, Chas. Rous-Marfen, 239
  • Railway Race, The, A. Warburton, 259
  • Railway Signals, F., 239
  • Railway Speeds, A. D. P., 191
  • Raw Hide Pinions ? Rotifer, 619
  • Rodcar Boiler Explosion, The, Engineer Inspector, 216
  • Redcar Boiler Explosion, S. Evans, 1S9
  • Redcar Boiler Explosion, Toe, A Foreman
  • Boilermaker, 108, 166, 216
  • Redcar Boiler Explosion, Wm. Southorn, 189
  • Reversing Screw Propellers, Robt. McGlasson, 454
  • Rolling of Ships, C. E. Basevi, 191
  • Rolling of Ships, The, M. T., 63, 259
  • Rotherham Sewage Competition, R. II. Rhodes, 538
  • Russian Orders for Locomotives, Felix Freder, C.E., 292
  • Screw-makiog Machinery? I. G. N., 185
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, Walter Arnold, 259
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, R. H. B , 616
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, Camus, 434
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, D., 640
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, G. A. Haig, 239. 290, 454
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, E. H. Hodgkinson, 409
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, John Geo. Inshaw, 431
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, John Henry Knight, 454
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, Lister and Co.. 334, 454
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, A. Patterson, 505
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, Roots and Venables, 476
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, Lyons Sampson, 454
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, Fred. R. Simms, 434 v,.
  • Sheffield Smoke, Merrywcather aud Sons, 191
  • Signalling in Tunnels, I. W. Wilkins, 466
  • Slow Combustion and One Thousand Pound Steam, G. A. Haig, 505
  • Small Candle Power Limps at High Voltages. C. II. Stearn, 216
  • “ Solid Cast” Steel Guns, Guns. 209
  • Some Electric Mining Piants, D. Selby Biggo and Co., 39
  • Speeds for Grinding and Cutting Tools' W. H. A., 161
  • Starch and Chicory Plant and Machinery ? A. S. S., Ill
  • Steam Packed Piste ns. J. P., 640
  • Stephen and Carter’s Drilling Machine? G. H . 507
  • Swing Bridges? Engineer, 15
  • Tank Engines tn the Cambrian Railway. R. N. H., 191
  • Tank Ships, W. B. Thompson, 191
  • Technical Engineering and Continental Woiki Practice, N. W., 238
  • Telegraphing in Tunnels, R. S. CuPey, 409
  • Testing Machiue at Dowlais, The, Joshua Buck ton and Co., 505
  • Tooth Brush Making Machinery, J. M. S. and Co., 235
  • Traction of Boats on In’and Waterways, Geo. Cawley, 109, 166
  • Traction of Boats on Inland Waterways, Commerce, 142
  • Traction Engines and Self-propelled Road Carriages, I. W. B , 189
  • Trains and Pilot Engines, Sydney SheddeD, 431
  • Trains and Time Tables, W. B. Thompson, 386
  • Transverse Loads on Beams of Mild Steel,
  • Transverse, 617 Triton Valves? T. P., 555
  • Two Hundred and Twenty Volt Lamps, St Pancras, 360
  • Value of Quick-fire Ordnance, Tho, T. A. Brassey, 602
  • Walker’s Tilts for Riilway Wagens? II. E. W.
  • Water-box Grate, A, B. G. V., 617
  • Water-tube Boilers, G. A. Haig, 39
  • Wheat Starch ? C. E. A , 507
  • Wolfram Ore? S., 411
  • Work of Steam, Th#>, W. II. Shaw, 12
  • Workshop Gas Furnaces, Fletcher, Russell, and Co., 39
  • Worm Gear Driven Machine Tools, Stephen H. Terry, 504
  • Lev^n Shipyard and pngine Works, 18/
  • Lewis’s Hot Blast Valve, 331
  • Lifeboats and Electric Communication, 143
  • Lifts, Hydraulic and Eectric, Manhattan Insurance Building, New York, 4/8, 479, 498, 499, 506
  • Lifeboat, Steam, 237, 313
  • Lifeboat, Steam, for Holland, 325
  • Light Electric Railway from Derby to Ashbourne, 457
  • Lifts, Safety Appliances for, 381
  • Light Railways, 602
  • Light Railways, Brakes for, Mr. Plocq, 29, 54
  • Light Railway Conference, The, 556
  • Light Railways on the Continent, Very, 34
  • Light Railways, Delegates to Consider the Promotion of Legislation on, 554
  • Light Railway on the Electric System from Dorby to Ashbourne, 160
  • Light Railway through the Gower Poninsula, Projected, 369
  • Light Railways on Highways, 288
  • Light Railways ani Imperial Subvention, 554
  • Light Railway for India, 234
  • Light Railways, The Institute of Clayworkers and, 613
  • Light Railways in Italy, 286
  • Light Railways, Relaxation of Normal Requirements for, Mr. Humphreys-Owens and Mr. P. W. Meik 55
  • Light Railways, Mr. G. Whiteside on, 382
  • Light Railways for South Wales, 501
  • Light Railways—tee also Railways, Light
  • Lights for the Rescue of the Drowning, Improved, 441
  • Lights for Ships, Running, Tested in Germany, 59 Lights, Signal, 104
  • Lighthouse in the Atlantic, New, 266
  • Lighthouse, The Cloch, 615
  • Lighthouses, Spurn Point and its, 154, 344
  • Lighthouse, Triangular, United States, 13
  • Lighting the Diamond Shoal off Cape Hatteras, 647
  • Lighting, London Street, 112
  • Lighting by Luminescence, M. A. Witz on, 192
  • Lightning, Furnaces Struck by, 641
  • Lightning Strokes, Risks of, 477
  • Lille Experiments on the Comparative Efficiency of Ropes and Belts for the Transmission of Power, 580
  • Lille Experiments on the Efficiency of Ropes and Belts for Power Transmission, 639
  • Limp, Mr. H., Electric Rail Welding, 203
  • Links in the History of the Locojnotive, 240, 249
  • L’nslade Sewerage and Water Supply, Designs for the, 477
  • Liquid Air, 617
  • Liquid Air, Commercial Manufacture of, 557
  • Liquid Air and Oxygen, Commercial Manufacture of, 325
  • Liquid Fuel at Brooklyn Navy Yard, Experiments with, 501

LITERATURE

  • Adrossbuch der Deutscben Maschinon Industrie, Eisen, Stahl und Metallwerko, 557
  • Anleitung zur Ausluhrung Grapbiscber Con- struktionen von Maschinenbau, Yon D. Hedreicb, 599
  • Chemische Zusammensetzung und der Heizwert der in Oesterreich - Ungarn Verwendeten Kohlen, Frarz Schwackhöfcr, 90
  • Colonel Sir Robert Sandeman : His Life and Work on our Indian Frontier. A Memoir, with Selections from his Correspondence and Official Writings, by Thos. Henry Thornton, 288
  • Construction of Carriage Ways and Footways, H. Percy Boulnois, 91
  • Drawing and Rough Sketching for Marine Engineers, Rough Workiog Drawings, Jas. Donaldson, 187
  • Economic Mining, Practical Handbook, C. G. Warnford Lock, 620
  • Electrical Laboratory, Notes and Forms, I)r. J. A. Fleming, 43
  • Elements of Electricity and Magnetism, by S. P. Thomson, 461
  • Engineers’ Guide to The Width of Leather Belt Required to Transmit any given Horsepower, 621
  • Excerpts of “ Minutas of Proceedings ” of the Institution of Civil Engineers, 569
  • Gold Mines of the Rand, F. II. Hatch and J. A. Chalmers, 412
  • Handling of Dangerous Goods, II. I. Phillips, 599
  • llazoll's Annual for 1896, Cyclopaedic Record of Men and Topics of the Day, 621
  • Hydraulic Motors, Turbines, and Pressure Engines, by G. R. Bodmer, 461
  • Key of the Paciöc: the Nicaragua Canal, A. II. Colquhoun, 644
  • Kinnaber, or The Great Riilway Rico of 1895, by W. J. Scott, 557
  • Life and Labour of the People in London, C'has. Booth, 113
  • Low's Chemical Lecture Charts, 365
  • Management of Dynamos, The, G. W. Lummis-Patereon, 263
  • Manufacture of Explosives, The, Oscar Guttman, 187
  • Mechanical World Pocket Diary, 1896, 557
  • Metallurgy of Iron and Steel, by Thomas Turner, 16
  • Movement, by E. J. Marey, 484
  • Nautical Series of Books for the Use of Officers of the Merchant Navy, &c. &c, Messrs. Chas. Griffin and Co., 599
  • New “Centurion,” Tho, 437
  • Origin and Rationale of Colliery Explosions, Donald M. D. Stuart, 645
  • Practical Manual of Minerals, Mines, and Mining, by Prof. II. S. Osborn, 533
  • Practical Plane and Solid Geometry, Henry Angel, 67
  • Practical Survoyor, Tho, Thos. Holloway, 113
  • Practical Telephone Handbook, The, Joseph Poole, 237
  • Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Brick, Tiles, and Terra-cotta, by Chas. Thos. Davis, 510
  • Principles and Practice of Harbour Construction, Wm. Shield, 139
  • Problems and Solutions in Magnetism and Electricity, by W. Slingo and A. Brooker, 557
  • Problems in the Use and Adjustment of Engineering Instruments, Forms for Field Notes, General Instructions for Extended Students' purveys, by W. J/. Webb, 621
  • “Proceedings” of the South Staffordshire Institute of Iron and Steel Works Managers,
  • 557
  • Proposed London and Paris Railway, London and Paris in Four and a-half Hours, by Win. Collard, 533
  • Railway Almanack, 1896, Tbo, 557
  • Recent Cotton Mill Construction and Engineer ing, Joseph Nasmith, 91
  • Refrigerating Machinery, its Principles and Management, by A. Ritchie Leask, 485
  • Roport of the Proceedings of the Flameless Explosives Committee of the North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, Part I.: Air and Curnbustiblo (Jas, 163
  • Screw Propellers and Marine Propulsion, I., McKim Chase, 67
  • Steel Works Analysis, J. O. Arnold, 163
  • Surveying and Levelling Instruments Theoretically and Practically Described, for Construction, Qualities, &c. &c., Wm. Ford Stanley, 557
  • Tabellen iiber die Blechdicken und Durch- mes8er der Flammrohre von Dampfkesseln, G. Eckermann, 263
  • Theoretical and Practical Ammonia Refrigeration, by Iltyd J. Redwood, 461
  • Theory of Turbines, De Volson Wood, 67
  • Traité des Eaux, Droit et Administration, A. Picard, 139
  • “ Transactions ” of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Vol. xi., 213
  • Victoria, 1895, Annual Report of the Secretary for Mines to The Hon. II. Foster, Minister of Mines for Victoria, during the Year 1894, 339
  • Working Medals for Engineering Students. Series I. and II. : Engine Slide Valves. With Des riptive Letterpress, 557
  • “ Zustand der Antiken Atbenischen Banwerko. Prof. Dr. Joseph Durm, 113
  • Liverpool City Free Library—Collection of Locomotive Diagrams, 405
  • Liverpool Electric Supply Company’s Undertaking Acquired by the Corporation, 160
  • Liverpool and Manchester Railway, Diagram Illustrating Section of the Old, 160
  • Liverpool, New Station in, 35
  • Liverpool : Tranmere Ferry Purchased by the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, 546
  • Liverpool-street Terminus, Signals a% 117
  • Liversidge, Prof. A , “ Effec‘s of Wea’her upon Sheet Aluminium Tested,” 266 L'anelly, New Dock, 441
  • Lloyd’s Summary of Ve3se’s, Lost, Condemned, &c , 217
  • Lloyd’s Register Committee, 185 !
  • Loads, Concentrated, 138
  • Load, Maximum, for North British First-class Passenger Engines, 105
  • Lock Gate., Collision with, 39
  • Lock Gates, Collision with the Latchford, 526, 527
  • Lock to Connect the Bayon P.squemine with the Mississipi, 336
  • Loch Katrine Aqueduct, Tenders for the Construction of the Last Section of, 369
  • Locomotives Made in Australia, 13
  • Locomotive, Baldwin Compound Single Driver, U.S.A., 192
  • Locomotive, 19in. by 26in., Baldwin Locomotive Works, 234
  • Locomotive Boilers at the Works of The Paris,
  • Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, M. Henry, 227
  • i Locomotive Boilers, Riveting Machine for, 193
  • Locomotive Boilers at the Works of the Paris, Lyons,and Mediterranean Railway, M. Henry, 43, 91, 179
  • Locomotive Broad Gauge, Metropolitan Railwav, 1863, Sir Dan. Gooch (Supplment, Auaust \Qth, 1895)
  • Locomotive Buffer, The Newark, 116
  • Locomotive Canal Excavator, Baltic and North Sea Caral, 310, 316
  • Locomotivo Carriages on Roads, 524
  • Locomotive Coal, Government Railways and, 509
  • Locomotives, Compound, in Germany, 382
  • Locomotive Diagrams, Collection of, in The Liverpool City Free Library, 405
  • Locomotives, Diagrams of Early, 234
  • Locomotives, Early Great Wostern, 74, 104, 142, 191, 216, 234, 239, 248, 258, 259, 285, 292, 317, 345, 355, 360, 386, 408, 435, 440, 441, 451, 454, 476, 505, 538, 550
  • Locomotives, Electric, Baldwin Works, 431
  • Locomotive, Electric, Baltimore and Ohio Riilway, 548
  • Locomotive, Electric, Baltimore Tunne1, 404
  • Locomotives, Electric, Mr. E. Worthington on, 521
  • Locomotive, Express, Baldwin Works, for Chicago Mail Trains, 382
  • Locomotives, On Express, Mr. Aspinall, 1
  • Locomotive, Express, North-Eastern Railway (Supplement, September 2Q(J<, 1895), 291, 292
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, Midland Railway (Supplement, December \%th, 1895)
  • Locomotives, Fireless, in Marseilles, 293
  • Locomotive, Mr. W. J. Holman’s Queer New, 286
  • Locomotive, Links in the History of the, 240, 249
  • Locomotives, Maximum Loads for North British “First-class” Passenger, 105 Locomotives, Midland Railway, 617
  • Locomotives with Oil-burning Apparatus, Equipment of the South Pacific Company’s, 234
  • Locomotive Passenger, Lake Shore and Michigan S. Railway. 486
  • Locomotives Ordered by the Prussian State Railway, 160
  • Locomotives, Remarkable Performances of British, Mr. Rous-Marten on, 351
  • Locomotives, Russian Orders for, 292
  • Locomotives for Russian Riilways, The Baldwm Works, 595
  • Locomotives for Russian State Railways, 234, 595
  • Locomotive and Salcon for the Duke of Sutherland, New, 217
  • Locomotive Service of The Metropolis, Report on the, 266
  • Locomotive, Six-Coupled, Metropolitan and St. John’s Wood Railway (Supplement, October ith, 1895)
  • Locomotives, Some Remarkable Performances in British, 69
  • Locomotives, Sparks from, Canadian Pacific Railroad Company's Mode of Guarding against, 160
  • Locomotive, Speed of the Electric, Baltimore Belt Railway, 457
  • Locomotive Steam Crano, 293
  • Locomotives, Three Systems of Compounding, 369
  • Locomotive, Trials with the Heilmann, 59
  • Locomotives’ Water Supply Carried by Train, 431
  • Locomotive Works, Derby, The Midland Railway Company’s, 581—593, 594, 596
  • Long Railway Runs, 261, 317
  • Longest Railway Run on Record, 505, 538
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway
  • Company, Petition against The Croydon Corporation Bill, 13
  • London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, Details of Expenditure, 105
  • London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, Financial PositioD, 87
  • London, Chatham, and Dover Riilway Company, Half-yearly Roport, 105
  • London, Chatham, and Dover Railway Company’s New Steamers, 595
  • London County Council Scheme of Water Supply, 111
  • London Electric Supply Corporation, Dynamo and Engines, 502, 503
  • London Electric Supply Corporation, The New 1000-Unit Machine at Deptford, 607
  • London Gas Testings, 160, 266, 286
  • London and Greenwich Railway, Tho, 39
  • London and North-Western Railway and Manchester Ship Canal, 461
  • London and North - Western Railway, New Portion of Main Line Completed, 35
  • London and North-Western Riilway Company’s
  • New Station in Liverpool, 35
  • London and North-Western Railway, New Station at Prestatyn, 266
  • London Railway, The Central, 42
  • London and South Wales, Bill for New Lino between, 457
  • London and South-Western Railway, The New, 459
  • London and South-Western Railway Company’s Projected Railwav to Bude, 431 London and South Wales Railway, The New, 500
  • London and South "Wales Railway Company, Bill to Incorporate a New Company to be called the, 595
  • London Street Lighting, 112
  • London Water Scheme, Wales and the, 411
  • London Water Supply, 143
  • London Water Supply, Available Sources, 386
  • London Water Supply, The Charges Compared with tbos9 elsewhere, 457
  • London Water Supply, and the Eight Water Transfer Bills, 382
  • London Water Supply, Professors Crookes and Dawar on, 286
  • London Water Supplies, Relative Proportions of the, 554
  • London Water Supply from the Thames Daily, 554
  • London Works of the Sheffield Railway, Tho, 204
  • Loss by Clearance, 189
  • Loss from Condensation in Long Steam Pipes, 317
  • Loss of the “Seaford,” 211
  • Lostwithiel and Fowey Railway, Converted to the Narrow Gauge, 309
  • “ Low Pressure,” Definition to bo Officially Laid Dowd to Constitute, 554
  • Lubrication and Wear of Bearings, E. Chabal’s Experiments on the, 160
  • “ Lucania’s” Rud, The, 309
  • Lunken Valve, The, 248
  • Lynton and Barnstaple Railway begun, The, 286
  • “ Lynx,” Defects in her Boilers, 160
  • McADIE, Professor, On the Risk of Lightning Stroke, 477
  • McCallum and Naylor, Messrs., On the Royton Sewage Works, 46
  • MacDowall’s Sack Holder, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 41
  • McElroy, Mr. J. F., Heating Street Riilway Cars by Electricity, 450
  • McGuire, Mr. J. C., On Aluminium, its Alloys and their Uses in Ship Construction, 579
  • McKendrick, Dr. John G., Enlargements of Phonographic Traces, 156
  • Mac Lachlan, Bow and Co., Messrs., Steering Engines in the Royal Navy, 423, 424, 433
  • MacLachlan Patent Detachable Rudders, The, 316
  • McLaren, Mr. H., Engineering, Past, Present, and Future, 451
  • MacLollan, Messrs. P. and W..Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society, 11 McMillan, Mr. W. G., On the Nature of Alloys, 361
  • Machine Mining in Illinois, 264
  • Machine Tools, Soho Foundry, 261, 302, 303, 305, 308, 340, 341, 425, 426
  • Machine Tools, Worm Gear Driven, 504
  • Machinery Markets, Russia and Japan as, 365
  • Machinery, Springs, &c., Cases of Failure of, in the United Kingdom, 431
  • Madras, Electric Tram Line, 336
  • Madras, New Terminal Station, 13
  • Madras Presidency, Reservoirs for Irrigation Purposes in the, 160
  • Maginnis, Mr. Arthur J., Presidential Address, 466
  • Magnetic Clutch, A, 118
  • Magnetic Declination, Horizontal and Vertical Force and Eirth Currents, Photographically
  • Registered at Greenwich, 13
  • Magnetic Field of any Cylindrical Coil or Plane Circuit, On the, 477
  • Magnetic Observations in Ontario, Result of, 405
  • Magnetic, Properties of Bodies at Different Temperatures, 87
  • Magnetic Tester for Sheet Iron, 561
  • Magnetisation of Watches, 39
  • Magnetism, Horizontal Force of The Eirth’s, 369
  • Magnetism, Theory of, Mr. Ilerroun, 481
  • Magnets, Influence of Low Temperatures on Permanent, 266
  • “Magnificent” to be Completed by December
  • 12tb, The New Battleship, 336
  • “ Magnificent,” Coal Consumption Trials of the, 255
  • “ Magnificent,” Speed Trials of the New Battleship, 237
  • Magrell and Llunggreen, Messrs , Amphibious Passenger Boat “Svanen,” 370
  • Mails, Motor Carriages for Royal, 617
  • Maine, Birch Forests of, Supply Wood for Spools, 369
  • “ Majestic,” H.M.S., 87, 330, 415
  • “ Majestic,” Day apd Night Work on tho, 8/
  • “ Majestic,” Wire Gun Trials of the, 336
  • Malaya, Railways in, 93
  • Mallett, Mr. J., Haymakers at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Il
  • Mailing Rural District Council, Water Supply of Woultham, Burham, and Eccles, 551
  • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway Extension, Artisans’ Dwellings in connection with, 369
  • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Riilway and the Eyre Estate Claim, 382
  • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway to London, 123
  • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway Company, The Chairman’s Financial Statement, 143
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Too, 180
  • Manche iter Ship Canal, Sir L. Williams on the Construction of, 526
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Latchford Lock Gates, 526, 527
  • Manchester Ship Canal, London and North- Western Railway and, 461
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Sea-going Traffic of, 286
  • Manchester Shippers to the Levant Ports, Resolution Carried at a Meeting of, 613
  • Manchester Trades Council and The Metric System of Weights and Measures, 369
  • Mandalay-Kunlon Railway, 595
  • Maneuvrier, Mr. G., Oa the Ratio of The Two Specific Heats for Air, 35
  • Manganese Bronze Boiler Fittings, 545
  • Manganese Ore in Bavaria, Deposit of, Struck, 217
  • Manganese Ore Struck near Partenstein, 160, 234
  • Manganese Sulphide, On Anhydrous Crystallised, 143
  • Manlove, Alliott, and Co’s Tender Accepted for a Dust Destructor for Shoreditch, 59
  • Mann and Charlesworth’s Shaft Governor, 9
  • Mansergh, Mr. Jas., to Report on the Toronto Waterworks System, 336
  • Map of the Navigable Rivers and Canals of North Germany, 101
  • Map of Railways and Canals of England and Wales 231
  • Map of the Nile Delta, 275
  • Marine Bjilers, Water-tube, 527
  • Marine Pleasure Piers, 620
  • Marine Propellers, Mr. J. D. Young on, 501
  • Margot, Mr. C., On the Adhesion of Aluminium and other Metals to Glass, 131
  • Margot, M. Chas., Alloy of Tin and Zinc as Solder for Glass, 266
  • Marine Boilers, 363
  • Marine Engineering and Shipbuilding on the Toames, 45
  • Marks, Mr. G. C., On Horseless Vehicles, 514
  • Marsden’s Stone Breaker and Elevator, 11, 12
  • Marsh, Mr., His Appointment, 641
  • Marsh Steam Pump, The, 193
  • Marshall, Mr. F. C., Mis Jubilee in the Engineering Profession, 105
  • Marshall’s Valve Gear—Holloway Electric Light Station, 639
  • Marshall, Sons, and Co., Portable and Traction Engines, Smithfield Club Show, 600
  • Martin Furnace, Feeding Apparatus, 554
  • Martin’s Induced Draught on II.M.’s Sloop Torch, Trials with, 13
  • Martinoau, Councillor R. F., and Mechanical Road Carriages, 650
  • Masham, Lord, On Continuous Railway Brakes 35, 38
  • Mason’s College, The Loan Collection, 202
  • Masonry Dams, Mr. J. D. Van Buren on High. 352 ’
  • “ Messéna,” Launch of the French Ironclad, 87
  • Match Factories, Red Phosphorus to bo Tried at the French State, 477
  • Matches from Japan, Export of, 405
  • “ Materialism Untenable,” Mr. A. E. Dolbear’s Paper, 66
  • Matorials of Construction, Uniform Methods of Testing, 30
  • Mathematics in Relation to Engineering, 269
  • Mather and Platt, Messrs , z\ Now High Lift Pump, 616
  • Mather and Platt, Messrs., Purifying Polluted Water and Softening of Hard Water, 489
  • Matter, No, 66
  • Maudslay, Sons, and Field’s Works, Galvanising Plant at, 343, 344
  • Maudslay, Sons, and Field, Messrs., The Renown Sea Water Distiller, 353
  • Mavaut, Mr., Scheme for Turning the Course of the Scheldt, 431
  • Maxim, Mr. Hiram, On the Complaints of Nuiso Made by Electric Plant, 59
  • Maxim-Nordenfelt Gun and Ammunition Company’s Illustrated Pamphlet. 309
  • Maxim Solid Steel Gun, The, 156
  • Maximum Loads for North British “First-class” Passenger Engines, 105
  • Maxwell, Mr, J. R., On the (’himbote Riilway, 59
  • Measuring the Coatonts of Bins used in Mills Ac., Mode of, 641
  • Medals Awarded by the Royal Society, 525
  • Mechanical Carriages in Paris, 611
  • Mechanical Engineering, Sir D. Galton on, 254
  • Mechanical Road Carriages, 35, 38, 63, 216, 466,
  • Mechanical Road Carriages, An Out-of-Date Law 466
  • Meik and Humphreys-Owen, Messrs., On the Relaxation of Normal Requirements for Light Railways, 55
  • Memorial to the President of the Board of Trade concerning Self-propelled R?ad Carriages, 161, 168
  • Mensbrugghe, M. G. Van der, On the Evaporation of Liquids and the Capillary Theories, 45/
  • Mercantile Navy of the World, Annual Statistics relating to the, 477
  • Mercurous Iodide, Action of Alcohol on. 647
  • Mersey, The, 441
  • Mersey and Irwell Joint Committee, 267
  • Messenger Carrier Pigeon Service of the U.S.
  • Naval Acadomy, Report on the, 477
  • Metal Glucinium, Atomic Weight of the, 266
  • Metal, M. Henry Moissan’s Experiments with a New, 87
  • Metal Sleepers, 4C9
  • Metal Sleepers, FlaDge Rails and, 505, 529
  • Metalho Bridges, Construction Tests of, Mr Ldler von Leber, 30
  • Metallography-, or the Microscopio Study of Iron
  • Metcalf, Mr. W., Influence of Vibration on Steel, 579
  • Meter, Now Positive Water, 339
  • Meteoric Stonc3, Occurrence of Diamond Carbon in, 595
  • Meteorites, On The Study of Some, by M. H. Moissan, 405
  • Meteorological Observations, Professor McAdio’s Kites for, 382
  • Meteorological Observatory on the Brocken, A Stato, 336
  • Meteorology in Relation to Engineering, 269
  • Metro in Belgian Workshops, The, 396
  • Metro, Length of tho, Compared with that of tho
  • Standard Wave of Red Light, 309
  • Metric Congress, International, Question under Consideration, 309
  • Metric System, The, 500
  • Metric System of Weights and Measures Obligatory in tbo United States of Mexico, 369
  • Metric System of Weights and Measures, Mr. G. H. Baines on, 501
  • Metropolitan Railway, 191
  • Metro Dolitan Railway Broad Gauge Locomotive, 1863 (SuppU nit'iif .1 16M, 1895)
  • Metropolitan District Railway Company, Bill Deposited by. for next Session, 641
  • Metropolitan Locomotive Service, Report on the, 266
  • Metropolitan Railway, History of tbo, 53, 151, 239, 289, 326, 327, 377, 545, 641
  • Metropolitan Water Area, The Government to be asked to Constituto by Act of Parliament, A Public Authority for the Whole of tho, 621
  • Metropolitan Water Supply, 4 41
  • Mexico, Mining in, 4
  • Mexico, Railway Mileage in, 286
  • Meyer, Professor Victor, New Explosive, 286
  • Microbes in Butter and Margarine, 35
  • Microphonic Transmission of Dean Farrar’s Farewell Address, 87
  • Middlesbrough Chamber of Commerce, Quarterly Returns of, and Conclusions there from, 382
  • Middlesbrough, Electric L:ghting of, 234
  • Middlesbrough Gasholder. 547
  • Midland Railway, The, 142
  • Midland Railway, Contractor for the North Curve at Wincobank, 431
  • Midland Railway Company, Report of the, 143
  • Midland Railway Company’s Locomotive Works at Derby, 581, 593, 594, 596
  • Midland Railway Locomotives, 617
  • Midland Railway, The New Line, 336
  • Mild Steel Beam Section Struts, 507, 537, 550
  • Milford Haven Scheme, The Great Western Riilway, 477
  • Military Wheelmen, A New York Paper on, 487
  • Milk or Lymph, M. Winter’s Test for the Purity of. 525
  • Mill Buildings and Shaftings in Mills, Floors in, 595
  • Mill Engines, 3000-H.P., Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves and Co., 140, 164, 194
  • Miller, Mr. E. F., Table of Wind Velocities, 234 Millet’s Bicycle, 36
  • Milton, Mr. F. T., On Water-tube Boilers, 2 Mineral called Apyrite, 143
  • Mineral Resources of the South Staffordshire Coalfields, 174
  • Miners, Mr. Bainbridge and tho, 412 Minors, Coal and Coal, 90
  • Miners Provident Fund, Report for 1894 of The German, 613
  • Miners, Triennial Meeting of German, 313
  • “Minerva,” H.M S., 316 Miaes, Dr. Haldane on Black Damp in, 286
  • Mines and Miners, Changes and Improvements in their Condition, 286
  • Mines, Steel Girders for, 286
  • Mining in Asia Minor, Chromo Iron Ore, 4
  • Mining Engineers, Assembly of Gorman, 143
  • Miniog in Illinois, Machine, 264
  • Mining and Metallurgy, Institution for, 4
  • Mining in Mexico, Mr. E. Halse on, 4
  • Mining Plants, Some Electric. 2, 6, 39
  • Minneapolis, Proposal for Filtering the whole Water Supply of, 405
  • Miscellanea, 13. 35, 59. 87, 105. 143, 160, 192, 217, 234, 266, 286, 309, 336, 369, 382, 405, 431, 457, 477, 501, 525,554, 595, 641
  • Miscellaneous Implements at tbo Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 9, 44
  • Mitchell, Dr. Charlo?, 213
  • Mitra, Mr. N. N.. Tablo for Facilitating Calculation of Discharge, Velocity, and Diameter of Pipes, by D’Arcy’s Formula, 118
  • Model, Sectional Ship, 381
  • Modern Steel Works Machinery, Mr. Jas. Riley, 100, 126
  • Moissan, M. Iloari, Experiments with a New Metal, 87
  • Moissan, M. Henri, Study of Meteorites, 405
  • Moissan, M., On some Varieties of Graphite, 457
  • Moissan and Charpy, MM., On Boron Steel, 143
  • Molesey. Drainage of Eist, 511
  • Money, The Day of Cheap, 312
  • Monitor Vessels, Ventilation for, 579
  • Monraouthshiro Coalfield and Cardiff, Projected Railway Communication botwoen, 431
  • Montgomery-Moore Collision Doors? 89
  • Mont Parnasse Station, Paris, Accident at, 405
  • Montreal, International Exhibition at, 382
  • Moore, Mr. E. C., Moving Two 36in. Water
  • Mains without Shutting off the Water, 357
  • Moral, M. Felix, Concessions Granted to, for Construction of Carriago Road, Electric Tramway, &c., at Teheran and Bagdad, 501
  • Mordey Alternator, Electricity Works of The Great Northern Riilway, 384
  • Mordey-Victoria Alternator, Leicester Electricity Works, 56
  • Morecimbe, Extension of Docks at Heysham Lake, 547
  • Morocambo Pier, The Board of Trade’s Roport on the, 316
  • Morris County, N J., Road Improvements in, 143
  • Mo‘8 Litter and Peat Fuel? 261
  • Mctivo Powtr, C.al Gas as a, 237
  • Motive Car not a Locomotive, Mr. J. A. Kooson’s, 613
  • Motor Carriages, 545—see also Self-Propelled Carriages, Oil Motor Carriage?, and Petroleum
  • M otor Carriago Competitions, 164. 168, 185
  • Motor Carriages fur Royal Mails, 617
  • Motor Cyclo, Knight’s, 252
  • Motor, Electric—«* .- Electric Motor
  • Moulded Wood Pulp Articles ? 41
  • Mourlot, M. A , On Anhydrous Crystallised
  • Manganese Sulphide, 143
  • Moving Buildings ? 507, 537
  • Moving 36in. Water Mains without Shutting off the Water, Mr. E. C. Moore,357
  • Moving Water Mains without Shutting off the Water, 634
  • Mowat, Mr., “Thomas Telford and his Work,” 553
  • Mower, Messrs. E. II. Bentall and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Mower Gear, Bamford’s, 10
  • Muoller Motor Carriago, The, 495
  • Multiple Drilling Machine, 527
  • Municipality of Singapore, Tho, 312
  • Municipal Telephony. Mr. A. R. Bennett on, 477
  • Munificent Offer, A, 434, 466 Murdock’s Blowing Engines, 431
  • Murgue, M. D., Less of Head in Air Currents Traversing Underground Workings, 218
  • Mushkaf-Bolan Railway, Section of, to bo Doubled, 13
  • NAIL Factory Piant? 261
  • Naphtha Spring at Grozny, Fresh, 292
  • Napier, Mr. J., Hermite Process of Doodorising
  • Sow’age at Ipswich, 345
  • Narrow Gauge Railway, Crimea, 217
  • Natal-Johannesburg Railway, Opening of the, 457
  • Natal-Transvaal Riilway, Progress of, 501
  • Nathan Co., Temporatures of Wator Delivered ioto Boilers under Varying Steam Pressures, 336
  • National Trado Mark, A, 338
  • Naval Absurdity, A, 59
  • Naval Armaments and Shipbuilding Company,
  • Blecbynden Express Boilers, 406
  • Naval Engineering Personnel, Numbers of the, 192
  • Naval Engineer Appointment?, 118,148, 156, 231, 263, 333,409, 496, 528, 599, 625, 647
  • Naval Power, Influence of Quick-fire Guns on, 519
  • Naval Proving Ground, Indian Head, The United States, 225, 232, 233
  • Naval Warfare, Dangers in, Resulting from Quick-fire Guns, 525
  • Navigation, North Germany, Inland, 101
  • Navigation of the Thames, 553
  • Navy Department, Bids for Rapid-fire Gun Forgings Opened at, 405
  • Navy, Engineer Personnel of the, 208
  • Naylor and McCallum, Messrs., On the Rjyton Sewage Works, 46
  • Neele, Mr. G. P., His Successor Appointed, 105
  • Neilson and Co., Messrs., Fourteen Locomotives for Scotland, 217
  • Neilson and Co., Messrs., Goods Engines and
  • Tenders for the Cape Government Railways (Supplement, November 22ud, 1895), 497. 510
  • Neuhau8en Aluminium Company, On the Use of Carbide of Calcium for Carbnretting, 405
  • New “ Centurion,” The, 437, 529 Newark Buffer, Tho, 116
  • Newport Harbour Commissioners’ Weekly Trade
  • Report, 26, 50, 74, 96, 123. 149, 171, 197, 244, 272, 296, 320, 349, 375, 398, 420, 142, 468, 490, 514, 511, 562, 602, 630
  • New South Wales Government Railways and
  • Tramways, 462, 463, 475
  • Now South Wales, Permanent Way in, 13
  • New’ South Wales, Railways of, 411
  • New South Wales, Water Supply and Consumption, 286
  • New York Central Railway Company, Average Speed Maintained, 263
  • Now York Central Railway, Fast Runs on tho, 328, 369
  • New York Central Railway, in Leslie's Hcebli/, 554
  • New York Central Railroad, Fast Train on the, 328
  • Now York, Disposition of tbo Garbage, Ashes, Street Sweepings, &c., of, 217
  • New York, Mi'eage of Paved Streets in, 13
  • New’ York State, Iron Oro in the, 13
  • Now Zealand Iron Sand, 396
  • Nowall-Cunuiugbam Sheep Shearing Machine, Riyal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Newfoundland, Captain Cook on The Industrial Resources of, 595
  • Newfoundland, Coal in, 156
  • Niagara Gorge Now Suspension Bridge Projected over the, 87
  • Niagara, Harnessing, 236
  • Niagara Power Company, The, 460
  • Niagara Power Company, First Electric Power Transmitted to a Manufactory, 13
  • Niagara Power Works, 170
  • Niagara Pulveriser, The, 358
  • Niagara River, Discharge of, Ascertained by Surface Floats, 382
  • Nicaragua Canal, 263, 580
  • Nickel Steel, The Troublo with, 595
  • Nickel Steel, Mr. Wiggin on, 199, 219
  • Nicsko, Mr. Alwin, Method of Preventing Scale in Boilers, 336
  • Nile Barrago, The, 427, 432, 504
  • Nuttalfs Churn, 11
  • No Engineer over Forty need Apply, 290 No Matter, 66
  • Normand Torpedo Boat “ Forban,’’ High Speed Trial of the, 554
  • Normal Hexace, Messrs. Thomas and Young cn, 595
  • “ Normal ” Powder, 62
  • Normandy’s Improved Patent Distilling Apparatus at Aden, 25
  • North Bitchburn Coal Company’s Exhibition of Fire clay Goods, &c.f at The Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 9
  • North British Railway Companj’s Report, 336
  • North British Railway Line, Doubling of Section of, 192
  • North British Rubber Company v. The Gormully and Jeffery Manufacturing Company, 537
  • North-Eastern Railway, Brake Trials on tho, 304 334
  • North-Ei8tcrn Railway, Diagram Showing Relations of Road to Blast Pipe Action, 291
  • North-Eastern Railway, Express Locomotive (Supnh-meiif, S>/itiniliir 20///, 1895), 291
  • North-Eastern Railway, Smith’s Combined Piston and Relief Valves, 173
  • North-Eastern Railway Company, Half-yearly Report of, 113
  • North-Eastern Railway Company, Short Supply of Wagons Furnished by, 501
  • North of England, 25, 49, 76, 95, 121, 147, 169,
  • 195, 221, 243, 271, 295, 321, 347, 373, 397,

443, 467, 491, 515, 539, 563, 603, 629, 649

  • North German Lloyd Steamer, Lengthening of the, 143
  • North London Railway Company, Half-yearly Report of the, 143
  • North London Railway Company, New Chairman, 613
  • North Malabar, Railway Extension in, 35
  • North Metropolitan Tramways Company v. tbo London County Council, 625
  • North River Bridge Company, Anchorage Foundations in Proce«s of Excavation, 87
  • North Soa and Baltic Canal, Dredgers and Excavators on the, 110, 116, 136
  • North Sea and Billie Canal, Electric Lighting of, 192
  • North Soa and Bi’tic Canal, Limit of Draught of Vessels Permit'ed to Uso tho, 13
  • North Sea and Baltic Canal, Steam Hopper Birgos, 415
  • North Sea and Baltic Canal, Time of Passage and Traffic through, 13, 35
  • North Soa and Baltic Canal Railway Swing Bridge, Rendsburg, 127, 142
  • “ North-West,” Belleville Boilers of The Like Steamer, Condemned, 382
  • Northern of France Riilway, Rolling Stock Experiments on, 90
  • Northern Railway, The New’, 365
  • Northern Railway Projects, 533
  • Norwegian Government, Tenders of Steel Riils and Fish Plates Called for by the, 611
  • Norwegian State Railways, Copies of Drawings and Conditions of Tender for the Rolling Stock Required by, on View, 369
  • Notes from Germany, 26, 50, 76, 96, 122, 148, 170, 196, 222, 244, 272, 296, 322, 318, 374, 398, 420, 411, 468, 492, 516, 510, 564, 604, 630, 650
  • Notes from Lancashire, 25, 48, 75. 95,120, 146, 195, 220, 242, 271, 295, 321, 346, 372, 396, 418, 442, 466, 490, 514, 539, 563, 602, 628, 648
  • Notice to Correspondents, 15, 41, 65, 89, 111, 137, 161. 185, 211, 234, 261, 287, 311, 337, 363, 389, 411, 435, 459, 483, 507, 531, 555, 597, 618, 643
  • Notes from Scotland, 26, 50, 76, 96, 122, 148, 222, 244, 272, 296, 322, 348, 374, 398, 444, 468, 492, 516, 540, 564, 603, 629, 650
  • Notes and Memoranda, 13, 35,59, 87, 105, 143, 160, 192, 217, 234, 266, 286, 309, 336, 369, 382, 405, 431, 457, 477, 501, 525, 554, 595, 641
  • Nottinghamshire Coalfields, New Line Projected from Scarborough, 309
  • OBSERVATORY on the Brocken, Prof. Assmann, 336
  • Obituary : —
  • Craggs, Mr. Wm., 525
  • Denny, Dr. Peter, 187, 192
  • Fraser, Mr. Alexander, 414
  • Haggio, Mr. David, 457
  • Harland, Sir Eiw’ard James, 645
  • Howard, Mr. Charles, 382
  • Mitchell, Dr. Chas., 213
  • Smith, Mr. Thos. West, 369
  • Stirling, Mr. Patrick, 485
  • Tweddoll, Mr. Ralph Hart, 237
  • Yost, Mr. G. W. N., 431
  • “ Ocean Greyhounds,” The French Admiralty and, 87
  • Ocean Liners, Regular Speed of, 17
  • Ochre in Wales, Discovery of a Stratum of, 13
  • Oil-burning Apparatus, Equipment of South
  • Pacific Company’s Engines with, 234
  • Oil Blast Lamp, An Improved, Mr. Jas. McDonald, 534
  • Oil Engines at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show’, 7, 61
  • Oil Fuel for Pumping Engines, 597
  • Oil Launches, Rhapsody on, 34
  • Oil Motor Carriages—see Motor Carriages Oil Tanks for India Eist Coast Railway, 489 Oil, Rise in Price of Burning, 105
  • Oil Tank, Safety, 641
  • Okehampton Artillery Practice, 365
  • Old Ago Pensions, Welsh Coalowners and the, 194
  • Oldest Engino Driver in the World, The, 525, 550
  • Ollefen, Mr. Van, Bulkhead Door aud Gear, 5
  • Olszswtki, Professor, his Statements as to Boiling Point and Critical Temperature of Hydrogen, 382
  • Onnes, Professor, Oa the Propagation of Electrical Waves in Water, 525
  • Onnes, Professor, On the Variation with Temperature of the Hall Effect in Bismuth, 525
  • Ootacamuud, Filling of Lake at, 192
  • Opalite, The National Opalite Glazed Buck and Tile Syndicate, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Opera Glass, The Card Case, 511
  • Ordnance Bench Mark, 333
  • Ordnance Datum, 360
  • Ordnance, The Burke Electric System for Operating, 266
  • Ordnance, Conversion of Naval, 160
  • Ordnance, E evating and Depressing Gear for Heavy, 143
  • Ordnance, New Quick-firing, tried in Franco, 309
  • Ordnance, Value of Quick-fire, 620
  • Ordnance and Warships, New Designs in, 471
  • Organ Blowing, An Experiment in, 284
  • Organ, The Hope-Jones Electric, 5C2
  • Oriental Flour Trade, Possibilities of an, 405
  • “Oroya,” The, 12
  • Orwell Works, Tho, 254
  • Osmotic Phenomena, M. F. M. Raoult on, 160
  • Ossett Sewage Extension Works, 87
  • Otay Darn, San Diego, California, Dimensions of the, 501
  • Olis Elovating Railway, Tho, 472
  • Otis Elevator in the Manhattan Insurance Building, New York. 478, 479, 498, 499, 506
  • Ouse Navigation, The, 371
  • Overhead Electric System of Tramway Traction to bo triod in Birmingham, 613
  • Overhead Electric Tramway System in The Midlands, 405
  • Overhead Railway from Waterloo Station, Projected, 266
  • Overhead System, The, 647
  • Overhead Trolley Line in Washington, Changes on the, 525
  • Overtime, Engineers’ Dispute at Stockton and Mildksbrough C nicer n'og, 286
  • Overtime in The Keyham Torpedo Shop, 192
  • Oxidation, Protecting Metal from, 217
  • Oxygen, Cheap, 337
  • Oxygen, Commercial Manufacture of Liquid Air and, 325
  • Oxygon System of Dealing with Sewage, 374
  • PADDLE Boats, Horse-propelled, 505
  • Paddle Engines, Compound, and Ship Steering Gear, Messrs. Bow, McLaeh^an, and Co., 482, 489
  • Paint for Iron, A, 286
  • Paints for Coating Iron made from Tar, 431
  • “Palawan,” The New Peninsular and Oriental s.s., 234
  • Palaz, M., Advantages of Electric Light from the Standpoint of Coolness, 160
  • Pallion-yard, Bell and Rocliffo’s Plato Joggling Machine, 19
  • Palmer, Messrs., Accident in their Shipyard, 160
  • Palmer, Mr., His Appointment, 477 Panama Canal, The, 647
  • Panama Canal, The Star and J braid on the, 431
  • Paper and other Pressed Pulp Manufacturers? 41
  • Paper Pulp to stop Leaks in Iron Pipes, Use of, 336
  • Paper Pulp Trade, Particulars Relative to tho, 501
  • Parabola, To Draw a, 538
  • Paris, Electric Main», 197
  • Paris, Increaso in Numhor of Passengers Arriving at and Leaving The St. Lazare Terminus, 309
  • Paris Railway Collision, St. Lazare Station, 266, 429
  • Paris, Remarkable Accident at Mont Parnasso Station, 405
  • Paris, Sanitary Exhibition in, 71
  • Paris, Sewerage Works in, 142
  • Pari? Soc'été d’Encouragomont, Prizes and Medals Awarded by, 105
  • Park, Mr., on Rolling Stock for Express Trains, 2
  • Parker and Co.’s Electric Light Works, Wolverhampton, Visited, 178
  • Parmiter and Co., Messrs. P. J., Harvesting Implements at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11
  • Parrot, Navigation of the River, 438
  • Parret, Steps towards the Improvement of tho, 405
  • Parry and Adoney, Messrs., Oxygen System of Dealing with Sewage, 374
  • Passenger Traffic on South Indian Railways, 66
  • Patents Applied lor in the United States, 336
  • Petroleum Road Carriages, 12
  • Petroleum, Roumanian, 197
  • Petroleum, Transport of, 137
  • Pengeot Frbres Rood Carriage, 36
  • Philadelphia Engineers' Club Turbines, M. Geyelin, 12
  • Philadelphia Terminal Station, Cost of, 613
  • Phonograph, A Portable, 613
  • Phonograph, Ueo of the, for Detecting the Defective Condition of a Waterworks Pump, 336
  • Phonographic Traces, Enlargements of, 156
  • Phosphorescence, How it is Affected by Cold and Heat, 336
  • Phosphorus, Red instead of White, to be Tried at the French State Match Factories, 477
  • Photo Chronograph, Polarising, United States Experiments with, 240
  • Photography in Natural Colours, Cros and Ducos, du Hauron’s Method, 641
  • Photography, Recoil of Guns Recorded by, 612
  • Physical Instruments, Suspensions for, 431
  • Physical Properties of Cast Iron, Tests of the, 219
  • Physical Properties of Iron and Steel, 559
  • Picklo3 and Sons, Messrs., Telegraph Post Shaping, 441
  • Pickling on Iron and Steel, Iotlucnce of, 261
  • Pictet, Mr. Raoul, How Temperature Affects Phosphorescence, 336
  • Pictet, M., On the Influence of Low Temperatures on Permanent Magnets, 266
  • Piers, Marine Pleasure, 620
  • Pig Iron Production, United States, 405
  • Pig Iron Production in Upper Silesia, 105
  • Pig lion Production, Weekly Total, 554
  • Pig Iron turned out by German Blast Furnaces, 309
  • Pig Iron, Weekly Capacity of all the Furnaces Making. 382
  • Pig Iron Works in and outsido Middlesbrough, 382
  • Pig Iron, World’s Production of, 160
  • Pillar Water Crane, 401
  • Pilot Eng'nes, 434, 466
  • Pipes from Electrolytic Corrosion, Protectiog, 143
  • Pipes, Flange Joints on Copper, 617
  • Pipes, Mr. N. N. Mitra’s Table far Facilitating Calculation of Discharge Velocity and Diameter of, by D’Arcy’s Formula, 118
  • Pitching Propeller Blades, 490
  • Plansifter, Mr. Carl Haggentnacher, R.A.S., 44
  • Plate Joggling Machine, Messrs. Bell and Rock liffe’s, 19
  • Plate Trimming Machine, Firo-box, 214
  • Plating Ships, Bell and Rockliffe’s System of, 19
  • Platinum or other Back Coating of Metals ? 65
  • Platinum Thermometer, On a Direct Reading, 525
  • Plenty and Sons, Messrs., Compound Engines, London Electric Supply Company, 618
  • Plocq, M., Brakes for Light Railways, 29, 54
  • Plough, Messrs. Ransomos, Sims, and Jefferies, 11, 12
  • Plough, Three-Furrow, Mr. J. Shore’s, 10
  • Pneumatic Conveyors for Light Goods ? 89 Polarisation, Galvanic. 234
  • IMuisation of the Light emitted by Incandescent Bodies, The, 457
  • Polarising Photo-Chronograph, United States Experiments with s, 240
  • Patents, Object for which The Patont Office Exists, 554
  • Paterson, Mr. Malcolm, The Eiland Sewage and Outfall Works. 431
  • Paved Streets in Now York, Mdeago of, 13 Paving Blocks, Improved Asphalt, 59 Paving, New’ Form of Asphalt, 266
  • Peacho’s High Speed Engine, 550
  • Pearl’s Spindle Oil { 459
  • Pear«on, Mr. F. H., On Inquiries,Tenders, Specifications, and Contracts for Steamships and thoir Machinery, 430
  • Pearson, Mr. H. W., On the Creation and Development of the Steam Engine, 468
  • P.el, Yiscjunt, On Tec’, uical EJucatj n, 613
  • Peipers, M., Method of Ascertaining Percentage of Carbon in Steel, 87
  • Pekin to South China, Railway from, under Consideration, 192
  • Pekin to Tientsin, New Double Line from, 613
  • Peking and Tientsin Railway from, 595
  • Pendulum-Chronoscope, or Timing Instrument, 105
  • “Pendulum Plansifter,” Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12
  • “ Penguin,” I)3ep Sounding obtained by II. M.S., 382
  • Ponhard and Lovassor’s Petroleum Carriage, 32,36
  • P. and 0. s.s. “Sundra”and “ Sumatra,” Launch of the New, 13
  • Penney and Co.’s Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society* 8 Show, 11
  • Pennsylvania Heat, Light, aud Power Company obtains a Franchise, 554
  • Pennsylvania, New L;ne in, 286
  • Pennsylvania Riilway, Comparative Efficiency and Economy of Steam and Electricity, 59
  • Periyar Irrigation Works, Opening of, 382
  • Permanent Way Containing Large Percentage of Carbon, 59
  • Permanent Way, Flange Riils and Metal Sleepers, 505, 529
  • Permanent Way, High Railway Speeds and, 532
  • Permanent Way in India, Length of Timber Sleepers Reduced, 231
  • Permanent Way, Metal Sleepers, 409
  • Permanent Way in New South Wales, 13
  • Permanent Way, Places in, Requiring Special Attention, M. Sabouret on, 2
  • Permanent Way Pot Sleepers, 39
  • Permanent Way, Steel, 478
  • Permanent Way, Steel, for The Norwegian Government, 641
  • Permanent Way, Vignoles and Bullheaded, 360
  • Permanent Way, Wear of a 53 lb. Steel Rail, 613
  • Perry, Professor John, Principles of Thermodynamics, 387
  • Persian Government Riilway to Connect Teheran, &c., with the Trans-Caucasian Railway, 217
  • Peruvian Railways, Most Celebrated of the, 59
  • Peterhead Harbours, 546, 616
  • Peterhead, Improvement of the Harbour, 546,616
  • Petersen and McDonald’s Water-tube Boiler, 366
  • Petroleum in Algiers, 517
  • Petroleum, The Austrian Minister of Finance’s Report on, 192
  • Petroleum Boring in Java, 405
  • Petroleum in CoDgo, 595
  • Petroleum Export from Russia, 431
  • Petroleum Road Carriages, 32, 36, 252, 317—see Motors
  • Petroleum inGalicia and R ussia, Production of, 192
  • Petroleum Oils, R9-appointmont of the Committee on the Question of, 13
  • Port between Brussels and Laeken, New, 554
  • Port Talbot Railway, Extension of the, 457
  • Ports, French Channel, to bo Improved, 613
  • Ports of Ipswich and Harwich, Improvements in, 401
  • Portable Oil Engines— see Engines, Portable Oil
  • Portable Railway, Exporimont with Single Line, 13
  • Portishead Sewerage, 86
  • Portsmouth, Electric Tramway into, 234
  • Positive Water Meter Now, 339
  • Postage Stamp Allixer, A, 368
  • Postal Cars, New York, Too New, 595
  • Post-oflice Telephone VVires Opened for Use, 76
  • Pot Sleepers, 39
  • Potato Digger, Haslam and Maudsley’s, 10
  • “ Potosi,” the Largest Sailing Vessel in the World, The, 266, 369
  • “ Pothuan,” The French Armoured Cruiser, 222
  • Powder, “ Normal,” 62
  • Power Gas Plant, Mr. B. II. Th waits, 3
  • Powor Lost in Slide Valve Friction, 602
  • “Powerful,” Launch of II.M.S., 87
  • Practical Steam Engineering, 39
  • Preservation of Timber, 138, 209
  • Press, Hydraulic, Messrs. Greenwood and Batley, 44
  • Press, Hay and Straw, Barford and Perkins’, 9
  • Press, Hay and Straw, Edwards’, 10
  • Press, the Hydraulic Copying, 39
  • Pressure, Average, under which Man can Work, 13
  • Pressure of a Gas, Influence of The Size of Particles on the, 617
  • Prestatyn, New Station at, 263
  • Preston and the Ribble, 403
  • Preston Station, Board of Trade Report on The Accident at, 87
  • Pretoria Railway Extension to Pietersburg, 309
  • Prevention of Scale in Boilers, 336
  • Price, Limited, Messrs. George, Banker’s Strong Room, 336
  • Private Bills in Parliament, Forthcoming, 595
  • Private Bills in Scotland, Session 1896, 610
  • Prizjs for Motor Carriage Competitions, New, 164, 168, 185
  • Producer, The Day of the Groat, 288
  • Projectiles, Electric Method of Determining Velocity of, 266
  • Projectiles, English and American, 317
  • Projectiles, Experiments with Driggs-Schroeder 6 lb. Shells, 35
  • Projectiles and 75-Centim3tre Gun, New French, 105
  • Propellers, Fans and Air, 435
  • Propellers, Reversible, and the Accident on Board the “ Aquila,” 87
  • Propellers Reversing Screw, 454
  • Propeller Shafts of Large Steamships, Great Strains on, 309
  • Propelling Machinery of the “Andromeda,” 468
  • Propelling Machinery of the “ Samoyed,” 361, 362
  • Propulsion, Hydraulic, 396
  • Proportioning Cylinders for Compound Engines, 345
  • Provis, Mr. J., On the Uso of Seaweed in The Extraction of Gold, 595
  • Prussian Ship Canal, Cost of the Projected, 266
  • Prussian State Railway, Locomotives Ordered by, 160
  • Puddling of IroD, On the Direct, Mr. E. Bonehil], 176
  • “ Paflwg Billy,” The Old Locomotive, 525
  • Pulley Problem ? A, 161
  • Pullman Cars on The Brighton Railway, New Train of, 501
  • Pullman, Mr., Works near Shanghai, 501
  • Pulveriser, The Niagara, 358
  • Pamps, Air and Circulating, for 3000 IIor.-.e
  • Power Mill Engines, 140, 164
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, Driven by Gas Engines, 405
  • Pump with Constant Discharge, 245
  • Pump, Drum Air, with Jet Condenser, 189
  • Pump, The Marsh Steam, 193
  • Pump, A New High-lift, 646
  • Pumping Engines, Oil Fuel for, 597
  • Pumping Engines, Leicester Waterworks (Supplement, December 6M, 1895), 530, 553
  • Pumping Machinery, Gas Engine, 264
  • Pumping Machinery, Horse Power, 250
  • Pumping Problem, A, 490, 505
  • Punching and Shearing Machinery, Mr. John Cameron, 614
  • Punjab, Railways in the, 59
  • Purification of Polluted and Softening of Hard Water, 489
  • Purifying Water, 580
  • Puteaux, Leather Tires iastead of India Rubber for Army Cycles, 87
  • Pyro-Bronz), Strength of, 515
  • ‘ QUAIL,” Liunch of the, A New Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 309
  • Quick-acting Brake, 396, 409, 466
  • “Queen of the North,” s.s. (Supplement, November 1st, 1895), 55, 426
  • Quetta, Coal Mines in, 234
  • Q ïetta, New Railway to, 336 Quick-fire Guns, 471
  • Quick-fire Guns, Danger to High Men-of-War’s Chimneys, 525
  • Quick-firing Gun, French Naval Authorises’ Experiments with New, 309
  • Quick-fire Guns on Naval Power, Influence of, 519
  • Quick-firing Guns. Tests of Small, 623
  • Quick-fire Guns, Value of, 602, 620
  • RACE to the North, Tho, 142, 166, 21
  • Racing at Sea, The French Admiralty’s Bill to put an End to, 87
  • Radial Cursor, Mr. F. W. Lanchester on the, 431
  • Radial Drill, Soho Foundry, 426
  • Rail Elevation in the United States, 641
  • Rail Guards, 634
  • Rails of Largo Sections, How to Secure Durable, 478
  • Rail Molted by Electric Current, 286
  • Railway Accidents, Octignies in Belgium, and
  • Herne Bay Station, 369
  • Railway Accidents in India, 87
  • Railway Accident in Paris, Singular, 405, 429
  • Railway Accidents in the United Kingdom, Parliamentary Return of, 405
  • Railway Accidents in the United Kingdom iu 1895, 540
  • Railway Activity in Russia, 390
  • Railway, The Adam’s Bridge, 90, 104
  • Railway Administration in Victoria, from the General Public Service, Proposed Separation of the, 309
  • Railway Axles, Mr. Toomas Andrews on, 456
  • Railway Block, Tno “Sure-Grip,” 11
  • Railway Brakes, Light, M. Plocq, 29, 51
  • Railway Brakes—see Brakes
  • Railway Bridges which ought to be Examined, 595
  • Railway Bridges, Superstructure of, 391, 395, 416-418
  • Railway Bridge ovor the Weichscl at Dirschau, 548, 551, 552
  • Railway Bridges—also Bridges, Railway Railway Cable, Inc ined, P.ospect Mountain, ^1. x* ., 8/
  • Railway, The Central London, 22, 42 Railway, Cliy Cross, 430
  • Railway Companies, The New Coal Contract
  • Rites, A Boon to, 16 Railway Congress, The:—
  • Acceleration of Transport of Merchandise, Mr. Lambert, 29
  • Boilers, Fire Boxes and Tubes, Mr. Edward Sauvago, 1
  • Brakes for Light Railways, M. Plocq, 29, 51
  • Cartage and Delivery, Mr. Twelvetrees, 55
  • Contributivo Traffic, Mr. de Backer, 55
  • Electric Traction, M. René Auvert. 19, 29, 47
  • Express Locomotives, Discussion of Mr. Aspinall’s Paper on, 1
  • General zVdoption of the Decimal System in Calculations Relating to The Construction and Working of Railways, Mr. T. L. Wilkinson, 29
  • Junctions, M. Zanotta, 29
  • Metallic Bridges, Construction and Tests of,
  • Mr. Edler von Leber, 30 Places in Permanent Way Requiring Special
  • Attention, M. Sibouret, p. 5z4, Juno, 1895, and p. 2, July 5tb, 1895
  • Relaxation of Normal Requirements for Light
  • Railways, Mr. Ilumphreys-Owen and Mr. P. W. Meik, 55
  • Rolling Stock for Express Train* », Mr. Park, 2 Signals—Supplementary Communication, 31 Station Working, Mr. Richter and Mr. Turner,
  • 55
  • Riilway Companies in the U.S.A , Dispute between, 59
  • Railway, The Defects of American, 319
  • Railway Economics, Mr. Acworth on, 405
  • Railway Economics, 460, 476
  • Railway Enterprise in India, 595
  • Railway Enterprise in the North and Midlands, Progress of, 266
  • Royal Engineer’s Incompetency, Latest Instance of, 217
  • Railways, Electric, Traction on, 186
  • Railway Extension, Cape Colony, 382
  • Railway Ferry Steamer for the Volga, 284
  • Railway Freighters’ Complaints. The Walsall Chamber of Commerce and, 431
  • Railway, Glasgow Central, 403
  • Railways, Government, and Locomotive Coal, 509
  • Railway, History of The Metropolitan, 289, 326 327, 545
  • Railways, Hours of Work on, 509
  • Railways, Indian, Passenger Traffic on, 66
  • Railway Jubilee, The Caledonian, 89
  • Railways, Light, Mr. G. Whiteside on, 382
  • Railways, Light, on Highways, 288
  • Railway, The London and Greenwich, 39
  • Railway, London and North-Western, 461
  • Railways in Malaya, 93
  • Railway Material for The Brazilian Government Ordered in England, 192
  • Railway Material, Japan and British, 163
  • Railway Matters, 13, 35, 59, 87,105, 143, 160,192» 217, 234, 266, 286, 309, 336, 369, 382, 405, 431, 457, 477, 501, 525, 554, 595, 641
  • Railway, The Midland, 142
  • Railway Mileage in Western Australia, 13
  • Railway, New London and South Wales, 459, 500
  • Railway, The New Northern, 365
  • Railways of New South Wales, 411
  • Railway Projects, Northern, 533
  • Railway Pace, The, 1 12, 166,203,211,216,239, 259, 292
  • Railway Race to Aberdeen, Mr. C. Rous-Marton, 125 173
  • Railway Race, The End of the, Mr. C. Rjus- Marten, 203, 239
  • Railway Rate Conference to be held at Chester, 645
  • Railway Rates in Britain and America, Mr. A. Carnegie on the Difference in, 309
  • Railway Runs, L'mg, 261, 292, 317, 505, 538
  • Railway Run, The Longest ou Racord, 505, 538
  • Railway Signals, 31, 239
  • Railway, The Simplon, 639
  • Railway, Single Lino Portable, Experiment with, in France, 13
  • Railways in South Wales, New, 528
  • Railway Speeds, 191
  • Railway Swing Bridge at Rendsburg, 127, 142
  • Railways and Tracks, American, 391
  • Railways and Tramways, New South Wales Government, 462, 463, 475
  • Railway Travellers in United States, England, and France, Proportion of Killed to the Number of, 87
  • Railways in tbo United States, 1894, Statistics of the, 577
  • Railways in the United States, a Fiscal Year’s Income and Expenditure of, 613
  • Railway Unpunctuality, 287
  • Railway Viaduct, Pennsylvania, 641
  • Railways in Victoria, Projected Reforms, 160
  • Railways, Working of the, 16, 311
  • Railway Working, Changes in Cost of, 163
  • Railway Working, Irish, 139
  • Railway Working, Scottish, 237
  • Rainfall at Athens, M. D. Eginitis on the, 613
  • Rainfall for the First Half of 1895, 35
  • Rainfall in June and July, 1895, 105,192
  • Rainfall for Week ending July 26th, 87
  • Rainfall of August at West Molesey and Surbiton, 554
  • Rainfall of October, 554
  • Rainforth and Son’s Tipping Cart, R>yal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Ram “Katahdin,” The, 595, 613
  • Ramie Cloth, Sails of, 240
  • Randell, Mr. F., Tumble Sanitary and other Carts, 11
  • Ransome, Mr. J. Stafford, Report on the Engineering Strikes at Belfast and on The Clyde, 559
  • Ransome and Co., Messrs., A Horizontal Band Saw, 23, 32
  • Ransome and Rapier, Messrs., Long Span Sluices over the Clyde, 334
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Deep Stirring Aerating Plough, 11, 12
  • Raoult, M. F. M., Osmotic Phenomena, 160
  • Raphael, Mr. John, “How Railways are Run: The Great Western Railway,” 74
  • Rapid-firing Guns, Tests of, 623
  • “ Rapide,” First Passage of The New Channel Steamer, 192
  • Rates on United States Railways, Freight, 477
  • Rathmore, The Right Hon. Lord, Chairman of
  • the North London Railway Company, 613
  • Rattlesnakes, Work on a Railway in South Carolina Hindered by, 217
  • Raw Ilido Pinions? 619
  • Riworth’s Flexible Coupling, Leicester Electricity Works, 57
  • Rayleigh, Lord, and Professor W. Ramsay Receive the First Hodgkin’s Prize for their Memorandum on Argon, 501
  • Recoil of (runs Recorded by Photography, 612 Redcar Boiler Explosion, 72,81,108, 166, 189, 216 Redcar Ironworks Explosion, The Board of Trade
  • Inquiry, 72, 81
  • Refractory Mixture to Endure the Highest Temperatures, 59
  • Refractory Substance, Apyrite, A Now, 191
  • Refuse, On the Harvesting of, and the Generation of Steam, 651
  • Regnault, M., A Dry Cell, 59
  • Renault Dry Cell, The, 217
  • Rendsburg, Railway Swing Bridge at, 127, 142
  • “Renown,” H.M.S., 485 “ Renown ” Sea-water Distiller, The, 353
  • Reservoirs in the Madras Presidency for Irrigation Purposes, 160
  • Resistance of a Diaphragm, Meaning of the Expression, 525
  • Reversible Propellers, Advantages of the Use of, 87
  • Reversing Screw Propellers, 454
  • Revolution Indicator, A New, 547
  • Rhone Valley Floods, Damago Caused by the, 525
  • Ribble Pollution Committee, 154
  • Ribble, Preston and the, 403
  • Rice and Rich’s Self-operating Forge, 105
  • Richards, Mr. J. W., On the Resistance to Corrosion of Light Aluminium Alloys, 87
  • Richter and Turner, Messrs., On “Station Working,” 55
  • Rifle, New, in Japan, 309
  • Riley, Mr. Jas., Modern Steel Works Machinery, 100, 126
  • Ritchie, Mr., and L:ght Railways on the Continent, 431
  • Rivalry of the United States, 390
  • River and Canal Navigation in Russia, 59
  • Riveter, Tweddell’s Combination, 193
  • Road Carriages, 12, 35, 36, 38, 63, 189, 211, 215,
  • 216,252,281, 283, 290, 314, 315, 317, 389, 414, 418, 466, 490, 495, 514, 524
  • Road Carriage Competition, The Engineer 1000 Guinea, 15, 41, 161, 185, 211, 235, 459, 483, 507, 531
  • Road Carriages in France, Self-propelled, 36
  • Road Carriage, 1827, Mr. Gurney’s, 215
  • Road Carriages, Hancock’s Steam, 290
  • Road Carriages, Mechanical, 35, 38, 63, 216, 466
  • Road Carriages, Petroleum, 12, 252, 317
  • Road Carriages, Self-propelled, 161,168, 185,189,
  • 211,235, 239, 259, 281, 283, 290, 314, 315, 331, 334, 389, 408, 409, 434, 454, 476, 505, 616
  • Road Carriages, Self-propelled, Memorial to the President of the Local Government Board Concerning, 211
  • Road Carriages, Self-propelled, Memorial to Parliament Concerning, 161, 168, 185 Road Carriages, Traction Engines and Self-propelled, 189, 211
  • Road Carriage, Steam, 281—283, 314—315
  • Road Carriages at Tunbridge Wells, Self-propelled, 389
  • Road Improvements in Morris Co., N.J., 143
  • Road Repairing Plant, A Modern, 511
  • Road Roller, Improved Compound, Messrs. C. Burrell and Co., 579
  • Road Sweeping Machino, Coleman and Morton’s, 11
  • Robert Bessemer Process, The, 412
  • Robey and Co.’s Fixed Oil and other Engines, 7,8
  • Robey and Co., Messrs., Steel Frame Stamp
  • Battery for Wet Crushing, 252, 253
  • Robinson, Mr. J. R., Hay and Straw Grab, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Robinson and Son, Messrs. Thos., Sleeper Adz:ng and Boring Machine, 103, 104
  • Rock Drills and Boring Machines ? Book on, 389
  • “ Rocket,” Leaks in The Boilers of the, 105
  • Rocks, Temperature of, 651
  • Rocks, On The Thermal Conductivity of, 525
  • Roller, Improved Compound Road, Mes?rs. C. Burrell and Co., 579
  • Roller, Steam Road, Messrs. Thos. Green and Sons, 44
  • Rolling of Ships, The, 63, 191, 259
  • Rolling Stock, Buffet Cars on Street Railroads, 143
  • Rolling Stock, Cheshire Lines Committee’s Tenders for, 641
  • Rolling Stock, Lighting and Heating in Belgium, 87
  • Rolling Stock, Electric Lighting of, 524
  • Rolling Stock, Experiments on Northern of France Railway, 90
  • Rolling Stock for Express Trains, Mr. Park on, 2
  • Rolling Stock, Great Northern Railway, 457
  • Rolling Stock for India, Oil Tanks, 489
  • Rolling Stock, Indian, A Long Saloon Carriage, 35
  • Rolling Stock of the South-Eastern Railway, 382
  • Rolling Stock for South Indian Railway, 217
  • Rolling Stock Trade, Our Wolverhampton Correspondent on the, 501
  • Rolling Stock, Use of Aluminium for French, 477
  • Roman Campagna, Parliamentary Paper on the Draining of the, 105
  • Roof, Testing a Brick Arch, 192
  • Ropes and Belts for the Transmission of Power, Comparative Efficiency of, 580, 639
  • Ropes, Wire, Messrs. G. Cradock and Co., 44
  • Rost, Mr. Alfred, New Process for the Manufacture of Transparent Mirrors and Daylight Reflectors, 501
  • Rotherham Sewage Competition, 538
  • Rotterdam Harbour, Plan for Enlargement of, 160
  • Rouen, A National Workmen’s Exhibition, 336
  • Rouen, Port and Inland Waterways, 341
  • Roumanian Petroleum, 197
  • Round Oak Steel Works, The, 322
  • Round Oak Works, West Bromwich, The Earl of Dudley’s, 256, 257, 265
  • Rous-Marten, Mr. C., The Railway Race to Aberdeen, 125, 173, 203, 239
  • Rous-Marten, Mr. C., Remarkable Performances of British Locomotives, 69, 351
  • Rowell-Potter Signals on the Chicago Elevated Railway, 501
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Show Angus and Co’s. Manufactured Leather, 44
  • Bimford’s Mill with Intermediate Gear(irur- trated), 11
  • Bimford’s Mower Gear (Illustrated), 10
  • Birford and Perkins’ Lawn Mower Roller Adjustment (Illustrated), 9
  • Barford and Perkins’ Straw and Hay Press (Illustrated), 9
  • Bentall and Co.’s Mower and Unchokablo Turnip Cutter, 44
  • Boby’s Hay-makers and Corn Dressing Machines, 45
  • Bradford’s Butter Moulding and Drying Machine, 45
  • Britannia Co’s. Oil Engino (Illustrated), 8
  • Carter’s Wheel Construction, 44
  • Carter Bros.’ Fixed Oil Engine (Illustrated), 7, 8
  • Catalogues Issued by, 45
  • Cheeld’s Centrifugal Churn (Illustrated), 9
  • Coleman and Morton’s Sanitary Tumbler Cart (Illustrated), 10
  • Cradoek’s Water Gauge Protector, 45
  • Cradock and Co’s. Wire Ropes, 44
  • Crozier, Stephens and Co.’s Vortical Boiler with Various Special Fittings, 45
  • Denton’s Horse and Cattle Automatic Feeder, 45
  • Edwards’ Hay and Straw Press (Illustrated),
  • Fletcher Bros, and Co.’s Sheep Dipping Apparatus, 45
  • Follows and Bates’ “ Handy ” Grindstone, 45
  • Green and Sons’ Steam Road Roller, 44
  • Greenwood and Batley’s Exhibits, 44
  • Haggenmacher’s Plansifter, 44
  • Haslam and Maudsley’s Potato Digger (Illustrated), 10
  • Heintz Trap, The, 45
  • Howe’s Sacs Turner, 41
  • McDowall’s Sack Holder, 44
  • Mann and Charlesworth’s Shaft Governor (Illustrated), 9
  • Miscellaneous Implements at, 9, 44
  • Marsden’s Stone Breaker and Elevator (Illue- tratedj, 11
  • Newall-Cunningham Sheep-shearing Machine, 45
  • Opalite, 45
  • Rainforth and Son’s Tipping Cart, 44
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies’ Deep Stirring Aerating Plough, 11
  • Robey and Co. ’s Fixed Oil Engine (Illustrated), 7, 8
  • Robinson’s Hay and Straw Grab, 45
  • Sinclair and Co.’s “ Comot” Lamp, 44
  • Steam, Oil, and Gas Engines at tbe, 7
  • Strawson’s Seven-row Sprayer (Illustrated), 10
  • Waldo and Son’s Butter Worker, 45
  • Wells Bros.’ Governor (Illustrated), 8
  • Wilmot and Co.’s Galvanised Corrugated Iron and Steel Articles, 45
  • Royal Blue Line, Single Driver Engino for the, 192
  • Royal Dockyards, The Shipwrights and tbe Fitters of the, 286
  • Royal Institution:—
  • Christmas Courso of Lectures on Sound, Hearing and Speech, by Professor John Gray McKendrick, 489
  • New Members Elected, 553
  • Royal Mails, Motor Carriages for, 617
  • Royal Meteorological Society, The :—
  • Experiment Illustrating tl.e Formation cf the Tornado Cloud, Mr. W. H. Dines, 501
  • Origin of tbe Cold Weather Storms of 1893 in India and the Character of The Air Movement on the Indian Seas and Equatorial Belt, &c., Mr. J. Eliot, 501
  • Somo of The I)ilTorenco3 betweon Fogs as Related to the Weather Systems which Accompany them, Mr. R. II. Scott, 625
  • Royal School of Minos, List of Associatcsbips, Royal Scholarships, and Prizes Awarded in Session 1894-95, 140
  • Royal Scottish Society of Arts: - Electricity in The Dwelling, Lord Kingsburgh,
  • 623
  • Improved Oil Blast Lamp, Mr. Jas. McDonald on, 534
  • Royal Society, Tiik:—
  • Elïect of Pressure of The Surrounding Gas on
  • tbe Temperature of tbo Crater of an Electric Arc Light, Mr. W. E. Wilson, 143
  • Medals Awarded by the Society
  • Royal United Service Institution:— Water-tube Boilers, Mr. F. T. Mitton, 2
  • Royton Sewage Works, Mr. McCallam and Mr. Nay Hr on the, 46
  • Rubber Trade, Bicycles and tho, 478
  • Rubber Blower, The, 5 Rudders, Detachable, 360
  • Rodders, The Maclachlan Patent Detachable, 316
  • Running Lights for Use on Board Ship, Tested by the German Marioe Observatory, 59
  • “Rurik,” The Russian Armoured Cruiser, 521
  • “ Rurik,” Celerity with which she can be Coaled, 554
  • Rusui, Electric Railways desirable for, 1Q2
  • Rassia, Ironworks of South, by Geo. Kamensky, 241, 293
  • Rjssia, L:stof Lines to be Constructed in, 234
  • Russia, Mileage of Navigable Rivers and Canals, 217
  • Russia, New Railways in, 309
  • Russia, Petroleum Export from, 431
  • Russia, Railway Activity io, 390
  • Russia, Trado with, 17
  • Russian Armoured Cruiser “ Rurik.” The, 521,554
  • Russian Government, Dredging Vessel for tbe (Supplement, September 6th, 1895), 238
  • Russian Imperial Yacht “Standart,” Engines for the, 157, 158, 159
  • Russia and Japan as Machinery Markets, 365
  • Russia, Locomotives for, 595
  • Russian Maritime Ports, Sums Spent on their Improvement, 87
  • Russian Orders for Locomotive?, 292
  • Russian Railways, Distance of Stations from Town or Village, 13
  • Russian Rivers and Canals, Tonnage of Goods carried on, 59
  • Russian Sea-going Torpedo Boats to have Numbers, not Names, 431
  • Russian Smokeless Powder, Account of, 525
  • Russian State Riilway, Locomotives for, 234
  • Russian Steam Transport “Samoyed,” Speed Trials of, 181
  • Russian Torpedo Boat Destroyer “Sokol,” The, 209 263
  • Russian Torpedo Destroyer, “ Sokol,” Trial Trip of, 209
  • Russian Towns, Direct Communication for Passengers between London and, 286
  • Russo-Japanese Exhibition, A. 234
  • Rust, the Gesner Method of Protecting Iron and Steel from, 35
  • Rusting, Preventing Tools from, 336 Rutherglen Bridge, 182, 188
  • SABOURET, M., Places in Permanent Way requiring Special Attention, 2
  • Sack Holder, MacDowall p, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Sack Turner, Howe’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Safety Appliances for I/fts, Mr. W. P. Heath on, 381
  • Safety Valve, Steam Pipe, S4
  • “ St. Louis,’’The New American Liner, 13,35,160, 192, 286
  • “St. Louis,” American Lino Steamer, Lirger Funnels for, 286
  • “ St. Louis,” Successful Trial of the, 192
  • “ St. Louis,” Testing of The American Liner, 160
  • St. Louis, U. S. A., Electric Railway Companies in, 87
  • St. Mary Woolnotb, The Vestry of, Oppose the New Bill of the Electric Railway Company, 613
  • Saleve Electric Railway, 73
  • Salford, Electric Lighting of, 166
  • “Salmon,” Repairs of the Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 105
  • Saloon Carriage, with a Long Namo and for a Long Price, 35
  • Salt Deposits of New Iberia, La, Depth of, 525
  • Salt Water on Aluminium, Action of, 309
  • Saltaire Mills, Compound Engiuos, 2£8, 260
  • Saltaire, Eogines at, 285
  • “Samoyed,” Propelling Machinery of the, 361, 362
  • “Samoyed,” Sp9ed Trials of the Russian Steam Transport, 181
  • Samson, Mr. Peter, his Appointment by tbe Board of Trade, 500
  • Saniter, Mr. E. H., New Method for tbe Analysis of Chrome Ore and Ferro Chromium, 177
  • Sanitary Exhibition in Paris, 71
  • Saniter Method at The Krupp Works, Experiments with the, 13
  • Santiago, Concerning the Raising of a Loan for Completion of Railways begun in 1888, 217
  • Sargeant and Company’s “ Corncrake,” 10
  • Sargent’s Patent Combined Compass Trammel, 59
  • Saul. Mr. C J., Steam Launch,‘267
  • Sault St. Marie Canal, Opening of. 168
  • Sauvage, Mr. E., On Boilers, Fire-boxes, and Tubes, 1
  • Saw Machine, Horizontal, 63
  • Saw Mil’s, Shot Gun Feed used in, 266
  • Scale in Boilers. Preventing Formation of, 336
  • Scarborough with the Midlands, New Line to Connect, 309
  • Scheldt, Schemo for Turning the Course of the, 431
  • Schenectady Locomotive Work?, Use of “Steeled Iron,” 286
  • Sehenkor’8 “ Normal ” Powder, 62
  • Sjhenkl, Herr T., Electric Railway up The Gross- glockner, 13
  • Sahiffer and Kirscher, Messrs., Apyrite, 143
  • Schilling, Dr., on the Untransformed Power in a London Gas Holder and the Loss by Electric Transmission, 286
  • Schloesing, jun., Mr., On The Estimation of Argon, 525
  • Schnelle and Schlce’s “Pendulum Plansifter,” R A.S., 12
  • Scbrötor, Herr M., on tbe Commercial Manufacture of Liquid Air and Oxygen, 325
  • Science and Art Department, National Scholarships, Royal Exhibitions, and Free Studentships (Science), 1895, 197
  • Science, Faith in, 216
  • Scientific Filtration, 41
  • Scientific Training of Engineers, 270
  • Scotch Oil Traders, Rise in Price of Burning Oil Docidcd upon by, 105
  • Scotch Shipbuilders, Vessels Launched by, 13
  • Scotland, Private Bills in, Session 1896, 610
  • Scott, Mr., on Storms in The Summer and Winter Half-years, 457
  • Scott, Mr. R. II., on Fogs, 625
  • Scottish Railway Working, 237
  • Screwing Machines at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show’, 12
  • Screw Making Machinery? 185
  • Screw Propellers, Ravorsing, 454
  • Screw Steamers, Fitting Machinery in, 228, 229, 231,379, 448, 522, 524, 543
  • Sea Beach Railroad, Troublo with Bugs on the, 234
  • “Seaford,” Foundering of the, 192, 211
  • Sea Water Distiller, The “ Renown,’’ 353
  • Sea Water Supply for London, Bill for, 525
  • Seaweed to Cyanide Solution in the Extraction of Gold, On the Addition of, 595
  • Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Notices Rsceived by tbe, from Bulgaria, Vienna, and Belgrade for Tenders for Railways, 87
  • Séguio, Mare, Memorial Statue of, 234
  • Seine Basin, Port of Rouen and Waterways of the, 341
  • Seine, Improvement of the Navigation of tbo, 79
  • Selected American Patents, 28, 52, 78, 98, 124, 150, 172, 192, 198, 224, 245, 274, 298, 324, 350, 376, 400, 422, 446, 470, 494, 518, 542, 566, 606, 632, 652
  • Selenium, Electrical Properties of, 35
  • Self-propelled Read Carriages—xee Road Carriages, Self-propelled, also Motor Carriages, Mechanical Read Carriages
  • Self-propelled Carriages, Glasgow and, 509
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, Memorial to the President of the Local Government Board Concerning, 211
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages in Paris, 611
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, Memorial to Parliament Concerning, 161, 168, 185
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages at Tunbridge Wells, 389
  • Self-propelled Traffic Assoc'aticn, The, 599
  • Separators and Churns at The Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11
  • Serve Tubes, 227 Sewage Disposal in France, 251
  • Sewage Extension Works, Ossctt, 87
  • Sewage, llermite Process of Deodorising, 345
  • Sew’age, Oxygen System of Dealing with, 371
  • Sewage Purification, Sir D. Galton on, 254
  • Sewage Schemes, Bowness and Glossop, 205
  • Sewage Works, Eccles Corporation, 178
  • Sewage Works, The Gorton, 488
  • Sewerage Purification Works, Chorloy, 457
  • Sewerage Schemes for Chester-1 e-Street Rural District Council, 250
  • Sewerage Works in Paris, 142
  • Sewerage Works, York, 93
  • Shaft Governor, Mann and Charlesworth’s, 9
  • Shafts, Great Strains on Propeller, 309
  • Shale Oil Industry, 471
  • Shank, Mr. J. W., Device for Saving Water, 579
  • Sharley, Mr. Walter, Proposed Montreal Bridge, 183
  • Shaping Machine, Telegraph Post, 411
  • “Sharpshooter,” Trial of II.M. Torpedo Gunboat, 87
  • “Sharpshooter,” Accident to the Main Steam Pipe of the, 286
  • “ Sharpshooter,” Now Duties of the, 525
  • Sheep Dipping Apparatus, Messrs. Fletcher, Bros, and Co , R.A.S. Show, 45
  • Sheep Shearing Machine, Newall-Cnnningham, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Sheet Iron, Magnetic Tester for, 561
  • Sheffield, Mr. G. H., on some Details of Iron Foundry Work, 625
  • Sheffield to Chapeltown and Barnsley, Midland Railway Extension, 336
  • Sheffield District, 25, 49, 75, 95, 121, 147, 169, 195, 221, 243, 271, 295, 321, 347, 373, 397, 419, 443, 467, 491, 515, 539, £63, 603, 629, 649
  • Sheffield, Inadequacy of the Victoria Station, 405
  • Sheffield Smoke, 163, 191
  • Sheffield Technical Schools, Presentation of Prizes, Medals, &c , to Students, 477
  • Shell Experiments at Indian Head, U.S.A., 35
  • Sheppard and Soup, Messrs., Coal Washing and
  • Coke Making Plant, 558, 560, £61
  • Shield, Mr. John, “Mechanical Device for Performing the Temperature Corrections of Barometers,” 613
  • Ships Built on The B&tcaux Roulcurs System, Company for, 31
  • Ship Canal, Tbe Baltic and B ack Sea, 237
  • Ship Canal to Bridgwater, Proposed, 438
  • Ship Canal, The Manchester, 180
  • Ship Canal, Projected Prussian, 2C6
  • Ships, Distance and Time in which they may be brought to Rest from Full Speed Ahead, 108, 142, 166
  • Ships, Firo Catastrophes on, 280
  • Ships Lost, Condemned, &c., Lloyd’s Statistical Summary of, 217
  • Ship Model, Elaborate Sectional, 381
  • Ship, The “ Potosi,” The Largest Sailing, 266
  • Ship Propulsion by Storage Batteries, Professor Durand on, 309
  • Ships on the Roller-borne System, Company formed in Paris to Experiment cn, 431
  • Ships, Rolling of, 63, 191, 259
  • Ships, Tank, 191
  • Ship3 of War, Mr. Darston on The Machinery of’ 311
  • Ship, Wator Supply on Board, 352
  • Ship Work, Aluminium in, 579 Shipbuilding on The American Lakes, 357, 401 Shipbuilding, British, 430
  • Shipbuilding, Engineering and, 557
  • Shipbuilding and Engineering in Ireland, 599
  • Shipbuilding Projects in France, 357
  • Shipbuilding, A Record in the History of, 336
  • Shipbuilding on The Thames, Marino Engineering and, 45
  • Shipbuilding Trade, The Crisis in tho, 413, 428, 545 559 599 621
  • Shipbuilding Trade, Tbe Strike in tbe, 35G, 391, 456, 485, 503, 524, 555, 559, 599, 619
  • Shipbuilding Wages Dispute, The, 391
  • Shoeburyness, Visit of The Society of Engineers to, 326
  • Shores, Mr. J., Three-furrow Plough, 10
  • Shot-gun Feed for Moving Circular Saw Trolleys, 266
  • Shrewsbury Wator Supply, 143 Siam, Railway in, 286
  • Siberia, Scheme for Facilitating tbe Internal Navigation of, 217
  • Siberian Railway, Church Cars in, 286
  • Siberian Railway, Progress of the Great, 286
  • Sifter, Pendulum Plan, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12
  • Signalling Apparatus, Trial of Admiral Fane’s, 87
  • Signalling, Masthead, 183
  • Signalling in Tunnels, 466
  • Signal Lights, Distant, 104, 166, 209, 333
  • Signals at Liverpool-street Terminus, 117
  • Signals, Railway, 239
  • Signals, Railway, Mr. Thompson at the Railway Congress od, 31
  • Silesia, Pig Iron in Upper, 105
  • Simons and Co., Messrs. W., Dredgiüg Vessel for the Russian Government (Supplement, September 16M, 1895), 238
  • Simplon, Projected Tunnel through the, 501, 525
  • Simplon Railway, The, 639
  • Simpson and Porters Steam Crane Excavator, 180
  • Simpson, Strickland, and Go., Steam Launch and Steam Canoe, 141, 142
  • Simpson and Wilson, Messrs., Clydebank and Yoker Extension Railway, 167
  • Sinclair and Co.’s “Comet” Lamp, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Singapore, Tno Municipality of, 312
  • Singer Manufactory, Kilbowie, 164
  • Single Driving Wboels in the United Stites, 363
  • “Sirius,” Boiler Trials of the, 654
  • Sixty-three Miles an Hour, 487
  • Size of Particles on tbe Pressure of a Gas, Influence of the, 617
  • Sleeper Adzing and BoriDg Machine, 103, 1C4
  • Sleepers, Motal, 409 Sleepers, Pot, 39
  • Slide Valve Frictien, Power Last in, 602
  • Slow Combustion and One Thousand Pound Steam, 505
  • Sluices, StoDey’s, 254
  • Small Arm Works, Sparkbrook, The Government, 199
  • Small Candle Powor Lamp3 at High Voltages, 216
  • Small Arm Ammunition, British, 12
  • Smerwick, Blasting Accident at, 105
  • Smith, Mr. Aston Wm., Obtains tbe Contract for the Midland Railway, 431
  • Smith-Casson, Mr., Small Cast Steel Ingots, 206
  • Smith-Casson System of Castiog Small Steel Ingots in Staffordshire, The, 501 Smith’s Combined Piston and Relief Valves, North-Eastern Railway, 473
  • Smith and Sons’ SyreD, 86
  • Smith, Mr. Thomas West, Driver on the Leicester and Swannington and Midland Railways, 369
  • Smithsonian Institute’s Grant to lxard Rayleigh and Professor W. Ramsay for their Mem. on Argon, 501
  • Smoke Abatement, Sir I). Galton od, 251
  • Smokeks3 Powder, 62
  • Smokeless Powder in the American Navy, 527
  • Smokeless Powder. Russian, 525
  • Smulders, Mr. A. F., Dredgersand Excavators on the Baltic Canal, 110, 116, 136, 310, 316
  • Smulders, Mr. A. F., Compound Engines of the Steam Hopper Barge, Baltic Canal (Supph „ant, October 25th, 189:»), 415
  • Soaofcll, Projected Electric Railway up, 35, 192, 207
  • Snowden Railway, Tbe, 59
  • Societk des Amis des Sciences:—
  • Annual Meeting of, 50
  • Societe Anonymk de Eonne-Esperance:—
  • Coal Concession, 143
  • Society of Arts:—
  • Locomotive Carriages for Common Roads, Mr.
  • H. Cunynghame, 524
  • Society of Arts, The Royal Scottish—are Royal Scottish Society of Arts
  • Society, The Chemical:—
  • Freezing Points of Silver and Gold, Messrs. Heywood and Neville, 613
  • Society of Chemical Industry:—
  • Holds its Thirteenth Aunual Meeting, 105
  • Society, City of London College Science :— Force of The Wind, Prof. II. Adams, 468
  • Society of Civil Engineers, The American:— Moviüg Two36in. Water Mains without Shutting off The Water, Mr. E. C. Moore, 357
  • Society, Civil and Mechanical Engineers’:— Civil Engineering, Mr. Sydney a Court, 626
  • Visit to the East Landon Waterworks Co.’s Works, 371
  • Society of Electrical Engineers, The Northern :—
  • Municipal Telephony, Mr. A. R. Bennett, 477
  • Society’ of Engineers :—
  • Annual Dinner, The Forty-second, 627
  • Railway Axlo9, Mr. Thomas Andrews, 456
  • Ventilation and Warming, Mr. W. T. Sugg, 349
  • Visit to Shoeburyness, 326
  • Society of Engineers, The Western :—
  • Steel Rails of Large Sections, How to Secure, Mr. R. W. Hunt, 478
  • Society of Glasgow, Insurance and Actuarial :—
  • Present Day Applications of Electricity, with Special Reference to Fire Risk, Mr. T. Crichton Fulton, 521
  • Society, The Goldsmiths’ Engineering :—
  • Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. Jno. Thornycroft, 429
  • Society, Kino’s College Engineering :—
  • Electric Distribution, Mr. Welbourn, 404
  • Incandescent Lamps and their Manufacture, Mr. Bailey, 500
  • Mining of Tin, Mr. Cranford, 424
  • Officers Elected for the Ensuing Term, 562
  • Theory of Magnetism, Mr. Herroun. 481
  • Thomas Telford and his Work, Mr. Mowat, 553
  • Society, The Physical :—
  • Direct Reading Platinum Thermometer, Mr. Appleyard, 525
  • Electrical Properties of Selenium, Mr. Shelford Bidwell, 35
  • latent Heat of Evaporation of Betzone, Mr. E. II. Griffiths and Miss Dorothy Marshall, 477
  • Magnetic Field of any Cylindrical Coil or Plane Circuit, Mr. W. II. Everitt, 477
  • Mechanical Device for Performing the Temperature Corrections of Barometers, Mr. .John Shield, 613
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering :—
  • Inaugural Address of The President, Mr. J. Maginnis, 466
  • Scheme of Papers to bo Read during The 22nd Session of, 407
  • Visit to the Dinorwic Slato Quarries, Llanberis, 63
  • Society, Manchester Engineering:—
  • Superstructure of Railway Bridges, J. F. Conradi, 394
  • Society of Mechanical Engineers, The American, 239
  • Society, Royal—ar* Royal Society
  • Society, The Yorkshire College Engineering, 454
  • Earl’s Court and Ferris Wheels, Mr. Fred. Grover on the, 527
  • Engineering—Past, Present and Future, Mr. H. McLaren, President, 454
  • Harvesting of Refuso and The Generation of Steam, Mr. Ernest Sykes, 651
  • Professor de Burg Buck’s Description of the Instrumental Equipment of the Physiological Laboratory of the. 559
  • Soho Foundry, The, 305—308, 340, 341.392, 393, 425, 426
  • Soho Foundry, Machine Tools at, 425, 426
  • “Sokol,” The Torpedo Boat, 209, 263, 525
  • “ Sokol,” Trial Trip of The Russian Torpedo Destroyer, 209
  • “ Sokol ” Type, Vessels of the, 510
  • Solder ftr Glass, Aluminium and other, 266, 695
  • Sounding, Deep, Obtained by H.M.S. “Penguin,” 382
  • Sounding Fog Sirens on Lightships, Oil Engines and Air Compressors for, 369
  • Southampton Graving Dock, Opening of, 87, 103
  • Southampton, New Quay at, 234
  • South-Eastern Railway, Accident on the, 105
  • South-Eastern Railway Company, Overhead Railway Projected by the, 266
  • South-Eastern Railway, Rilling Stcck of the, 382
  • Southern Cross Railway, Part of, Opened, 192
  • South Kensington Museum, Diagrams cf Early Locomotives, 234
  • South Staffordshire, Iron Industry and Coalfields of, 174
  • South Wales to London, New Lino from, 4C6
  • “ Spanker,” Torpedo Gunboat, to carry out Steam Trials with tbe Du Temple Water-tube Boilers, 336
  • Spannor, Ellin’s Small Adjustable, 142
  • Spanners, Messrs. Wynne, Timmins and Co.’s, 87
  • Spark Arresting on the Canadian Pacific Railway, 160
  • Sparkbrook, The Government Small Arm Works, 199
  • Specialisation, 698
  • Specific Gravity of Cement, 248
  • Specific Heats for Air, Ratio of the Two, 35
  • Speed of Ocean Liuers, The Regular, 17
  • Speeds for Grinding and Cutting Tools ? 161
  • Speeds, Railway, 191
  • Speed, Record, on American and English Lines, 266
  • Speed Trials of The Torpedo Beat Destroyer “Starfish,” 365
  • Speed Trials of the New Argentine Cruiser “ Buenos Aires,” 461
  • “ Spongia ” BlottiDg Paper, Messrs. R. Craig and Sons, 35
  • Spools for Thread, Maine Forest Supplies the Wood for, 369
  • Sprayer, Strawson’s, 10
  • Sprint Races, Experiments in Running, 382
  • Spurn Point and its Lighthouses, 344
  • Spurn Point, New Lighthouse, 154
  • Staffordshire Steel and Ingot Co.’s Works Visited, 178
  • Stamp Affixer, Postage, 368
  • Standard Gaugo Railway, India, 217
  • “Standart,” Engines for the Russian Imperial Yacht, 157, 158, 159
  • Stanley Show of Cycles, 511, 528
  • Starch and Chicory Plant and Machinery ? Ill
  • “ Starfish,” Boilers of the, 406
  • “ Starfish,” Speed Trials of H.M.S., 365
  • Starter, Green’s Automatic Gas Engine, 342
  • State of Trade, The, 66
  • Station WorkiDg, Mr. Richter and Mr. Turner on, 55
  • Stations, Railway Movement to Establish them Near the Business Centres, 13
  • Statistics of the Railways in the United States, 1894, 577
  • Statter and Co., Messis. J. G., Electric Timber
  • Stacking Crane, 331, 333, 396
  • Stead, Mr. J. E., on Metallography, 624
  • Steam Carriage, 1827, Mr. Gurney, 215
  • Steam Carriages—see also Road Carriages Steam Coaches, Hancock’p, 290
  • Steam Crane, Locomotive, 293
  • Steam Engine Cylinders, Clcaranco in, 41, 63, S6, 109
  • Steam Engine, Mr. II. B. Pearson on the, 468
  • Steam Engine Economy, A New Departure in, 15
  • Steam Engineering, Practical, 39
  • Steam Feed-water Heaters, 122
  • Steam Hopper Barges on the Baltic Canal, 415
  • Steam and Electricity as Motive Power, Comparative Efficiency and Economy of, 59
  • Steam Launch “Dragon Fly,” Tho, 451, 455, 458
  • Steam Launch “Germania,” The, 553
  • Steam Launch and Steam Canoe, Messrs. Simpson, Strickland, and Co., 141, 142
  • Steam Launch, A Tasmanian, 267
  • Steam Lifeboat, A New, 313
  • Steam Locomotion for Passenger Traffic on Common Roads, Mr. Wm. Fletcher on, 281— 283, 314-315
  • Steam Lifeboat for Holland, The New, 325
  • Steam, Oil, and Gas Engines at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 7, 61 Steamers, Paddle, for Turkey, 414
  • Steam Pipes, Loss from Condensation in Lodct, 317
  • Steam Pipe Safety Valve, 84
  • Steam Pump, The Marsh, 193
  • Steam Road Carriages, 434, 454
  • Steam Road Traction in 1833, 328
  • Steam Saw Mills and Joinery Works, Croydon, Sale of, 35
  • S.S. “ Iona,” Disaster on Board, 312, 317
  • S.S. “ Lizzie Westoll,” Trip’e-expension Engines (Supplement, July 19M, 1895), 62
  • S.S. “ Oroya,” The, 12
  • S.S. “ Queen of the North,” The, 55
  • Steamships and their Machinery, Oa Inquiries, Tenders, Spacifications, and Contracts for, 430
  • S.S. “ Ward,” Launch of the, 318
  • Steam Turbine, Laval’s, 358, 359
  • Steam, Tne Work of, 12
  • Steamer to Cross by Rail a Strip of Land between Two Lakes io Denmark, 131
  • Steamers, Screw, Fitting Machinery in—see Fitting Machinery in Screw Steamers Steamers Sold to Foreigners, 113
  • Steel—see also Iron and Steel Steel Armour Plate, Test of Chrome, 266
  • Steel Boiler Tubes in Lieu of Copper, for II. M. Torpedo Boat Destroyers, 192
  • Steel, Boron, MM. Moissan and Charpy, 143
  • Steel, Boron as an Alloy in, 234
  • Steel Cable for tbo Columbus Avenue Railway, Weight of, 457
  • Steel Castings, Messrs. Penney and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12
  • Steel Company of Scotland, The Sales of the, 286
  • Steel, Engineers and Structural, 288
  • Steel Frame Stamp Battery for Wet Crushing, 252,253
  • Steel Girders for Mines, Mr. E. Thompson on, 286
  • Steel, Hardening of, Mr. H M. Howes on the, 176
  • Steel, Influence of Vibration on, 579
  • Steel and Ingot Company’s Works, The Staffordshire, 178
  • Steel Ingots, Crucible, Produced in the United States, 105
  • Steel Ingots, Small Cast, 206
  • Stool Ingots in The United States, Production of Bessemer, 160
  • Steel Making Prospects in India, 427
  • Steel, Nickel, Mr. Wiggin on, 199, 219
  • Steel, Percentage of Carbon in, 87
  • Steel Plant at the Earl of Dudley’s Round Oak Works, West Bromwich, 256, 257, 265
  • Steel Production, Bessemer, in England, 521
  • Steel Production in the United States, 105
  • Steel Rails, Mr. R. W. Hunt, 478
  • Steel Rails in The United States, Large Demand for, 143 B
  • Steel Rail, Wear of a 531b., 613
  • Steel Sleepers, Durability of, 143
  • Steel Sleepers in Mexico, Use of, 143
  • Steel Steam Yacht, Mr. Geo. L. Watson, 477
  • Steel, Transverse Loads and Beams of Mild, 617
  • Steel Tubes in place of Copper, 336
  • Steel Works Machinery, Modern, 100, 126
  • “Steeled Iron” at The Schenectady Locomotive Works, Use of, 286
  • Steering Engine of H.M.S. “Venus” and “ Diana,” 424
  • Steering Engines in the Royal Navy, 423,424, 433
  • Steering Gear, Ship, and Compound Paddle Engines, Messrs. Bow, McLachlan and Co., 428, 489
  • Stephens, Mr. M., Goods Engines and Tenders built by Messrs. Neilson and Co. for the Cape Railways (Supplement, Xorcmber 22n<t, 1895), 497, 510 "
  • Stephen and Carters Drilling Machine? 507
  • Stirling, Mr. Patrick, 485
  • Stocking Knitter, Automatic, 116
  • Stoking Machinery in Gasworks, Hydraulic, 99
  • Stone Breaker and Elevator. Marsden’s, 11, 12
  • Stoney, Mr. F. G. M., On Weirs in Rivers, 331 Stoney’s Sluices, 254
  • Stopes, Mr. H., On Past and Present Exhibitions, 382
  • Storago Battery Cars with Chloride Batteries, 369
  • Storage Battery for Lighting and Traction, The I.E.S.,22
  • Storehouse, An Immense, 647
  • Storey’s Dead-weight Safety Valve, 646
  • Storms in Summer and Winter Half-years. 457
  • Straw and Hay Press, Barford and Perkins’, 9
  • Straw and Hay Press, Edwards’, 10
  • Strawson s Seven-row Sprayer, 10
  • Street Cleaning Inspectors in New York on Bicycles, 595
  • Street Lighting, London. 112
  • Strength of Bridge and Trestle Timbers, 536
  • Szrikes m France, 217, 533
  • Strike The Shipbuilding 856, 456, 485, 503, 521, 545, 555, 559, 599, 619
  • ‘Strong’s” Locomotives. 143
  • Subaqueous Tunnelling by Shield and Compressed Air, Mr. J. H. Greathead on, 500
  • Subways for Chicago, Projected, 431
  • Submarine Cables possessed by France. Mileage of, 55
  • Suez Canal Company, S atue of the Late President at Port Sa:d, 105
  • Suez Canal, E'ectric Light used by Ships iü, 217
  • Sugar, Central Factories for, 86
  • Sugar Refiners, Electric, Herr Dammeyer’s Experiments with, 87
  • Su/er. Mr. W. T., on Ventilation and WarmiDg, o49
  • Sulphide, Anhydrous Crystalled Manganese, 143
  • Sulphur from Iron by means of Barium-Ferro cyanide, Removing, 35
  • Sulphur Vapour ra Copper, Action of, 554
  • Sumner, Capt., His Sentence. 286
  • Sunderland Central Railway Station, Inadequacy of, and the Board of Trade, 405
  • Sunshine Recorded at Greenwich by the Campbell- Stokes Instrument, 336
  • Superstructure of Railway Bridges, 394, 395, 416, 418
  • Supplements :—
  • Broad Gaoge Locomotive, Metropolitan Rail- , way, Sir Dan. Gcoch, August 16tb, 1895 Compound Engines and Locomotive Boilers of
  • the s.s. “Queen of the Norih,” Messrs. Laird Bros., November 1st, 1895
  • Steam Locomotion for Passenger Traffic on >
  • Common Roads, Mr. Wm. Fletcher on, 281— 283, 314-315
  • Steam Lifeboat for Holland, The New, 325
  • Steam, Oil, and Gas Engines at tbo Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 7, 61 Steamers, Paddle, for Turkey, 414
  • Steam Pipes, Loss from Condensation in Lodct, 317
  • Steam Pipe Safety Valve, 84
  • Steam Pump, The Marsh, 193
  • Steam Road Carriages, 434, 454
  • Steam Road Traction in 1833, 328
  • Steam Saw Mills and Joinery Works, Croydon, Sale of, 35
  • S.S. “ Iona,” Disaster on Board, 312, 317
  • S.S. “ Lizzie Westoll,” Trip’e-expension Engines (Supplement, July 19M, 1895), 62
  • S.S. “ Oroya,” The, 12
  • S.S. “ Queen of the North,” The, 55
  • Steamships and their Machinery, Oa Inquiries, Tenders, Spacifications, and Contracts for, 430
  • S.S. “ Ward,” Launch of the, 318
  • Steam Turbine, Laval’s, 358, 359
  • Steam, Tne Work of, 12
  • Steamer to Cross by Rail a Strip of Land between
  • Two Lakes io Denmark, 131
  • Steamers, Screw, Fitting Machinery in—see Fitting Machinery in Screw Steamers Steamers Sold to Foreigners, 113
  • Steel—see also Iron and Steel Steel Armour Plate, Test of Chrome, 266
  • Steel Boiler Tubes in Lieu of Copper, for II. M. Torpedo Boat Destroyers, 192
  • Steel, Boron, MM. Moissan and Charpy, 143
  • Steel, Boron as an Alloy in, 234
  • Steel Cable for tbo Columbus Avenue Railway, Weight of, 457
  • Steel Castings, Messrs. Penney and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 12
  • Steel Company of Scotland, The Sales of the, 286
  • Steel, Engineers and Structural, 288
  • Steel Frame Stamp Battery for Wet Crushing, 252,253
  • Steel Girders for Mines, Mr. E. Thompson on, 286
  • Steel, Hardening of, Mr. H M. Howes on the, 176
  • Steel, Influence of Vibration on, 579
  • Steel and Ingot Company’s Works, The Staffordshire, 178
  • Steel Ingots, Crucible, Produced in the United States, 105
  • Steel Ingots, Small Cast, 206
  • Stool Ingots in The United States, Production of Bessemer, 160
  • Steel Making Prospects in India, 427
  • Steel, Nickel, Mr. Wiggin on, 199, 219
  • Steel, Percentage of Carbon in, 87
  • Steel Plant at the Earl of Dudley’s Round Oak Works, West Bromwich, 256, 257, 265
  • Steel Production, Bessemer, in England, 521
  • Steel Production in the United States, 105
  • Steel Rails, Mr. R. W. Hunt, 478
  • Steel Rails in The United States, Large Demand for, 143 B
  • Steel Rail, Wear of a 531b., 613
  • Steel Sleepers, Durability of, 143
  • Steel Sleepers in Mexico, Use of, 143
  • Steel Steam Yacht, Mr. Geo. L. Watson, 477
  • Steel, Transverse Loads and Beams of Mild, 617
  • Steel Tubes in place of Copper, 336
  • Steel Works Machinery, Modern, 100, 126
  • “Steeled Iron” at the Schenectady Locomotive Works, Use of, 286
  • Steering Engine of H.M.S. “Venus” and “ Diana,” 424 ’
  • Steering Engines in the Royal Navy, 423,424, 433
  • Steering Gear, Ship, and Compound Paddle Engines, Messrs. Bow, McLachlan and Co., 428, 489
  • Stephens, Mr. M., Goods Engines and Tenders built by Messrs. Neilson and Co. for tbo Cape Railways (Supplement, Xorcmber 22n<t, 1895), 497, 510 "
  • Stephen and Carters Dril’.ing Machine? 507
  • Stirling, Mr. Patrick, 485
  • Stocking Knitter, Automatic, 116
  • Stoking Machinery in Gasworks, Hydraulic, 99
  • Stone Breaker and Elevator. Marsden’s, 11, 12
  • Stoney, Mr. F. G. M., On Weirs in Rivers, 331
  • Stoney’s Sluices, 254
  • Stopes, Mr. H., On Past and Present Exhibitions, 382
  • Storage Battery Cars with Chloride Batteries, 369
  • Storage Battery for Lighting and Traction, The I.E.S.,22 ’
  • Storehouse, An Immense, 647
  • Storey’s Dead-weight Safety Valve, 646
  • Storms in Summer and Winter Half-years. 457
  • Straw and Hay Press, Barford and Perkins’, 9
  • Straw and Hay Press, Edwards’, 10
  • Strawson s Seven-row Sprayer, 10
  • Street Cleaning Inspectors in New York on Bicycles, 595
  • Street Lighting, London. 112
  • Strength of Bridge and Trestle Timbers, 536
  • Szrikes m France, 217, 533
  • Strike The Shipbuilding 856, 456, 485, 503, 521, 545, 555, 559, 599, 619
  • ‘Strong’s” Locomotives. 143
  • Subaqueous Tunnelling by Shield and Compressed
  • Air, Mr. J. H. Greathead on, 500
  • Subways for Chicago, Projected, 431
  • Submarine Cables possessed by France. Mileage of, 55
  • Suez Canal Company, S atue of the Late President at Port Sa:d, 105
  • Suez Canal, E'ectric Light used by Ships iü, 217
  • Sugar, Central Factories for, 86
  • Sugar Refiners, Electric, Herr Dammeyer’s Experiments with, 87
  • Su/er. Mr. W. T., on Ventilation and WarmiDg, o49
  • Sulphide, Anhydrous Crystalled Manganese, 143
  • Sulphur from Iron by means of Barium-Ferro cyanide, Removing, 35
  • Sulphur Vapour ra Copper, Action of, 554
  • Sumner, Capt., His Sentence. 286
  • Sunderland Central Railway Station, Inadequacy
  • of, and tbe Board of Trade, 405
  • Sunshine Recorded at Greenwich by tbe Campbell- Stokes Instrument, 336
  • Superstructure of Railway Bridges, 394, 395, 416, 418
  • Supplements :—
  • Broad Gaoge Locomotive, Metropolitan Rail- , way, Sir Dan. Gcoch, August 16tb, 1895 Compound Engines and Locomotive Boilers of
  • the s.s. “Queen of the Norih,” Messrs. Laird Bros., November 1st, 1895
  • Compound Engino of the Steam Hopper Barge on the Baltic Ship Canal, Working Drawing No. l,* Mr. A. F. Smuldors, October 11th. 1895 w-—a
  • Dredging Vessel for The Russian Government Messrs. W. Simons and Co.. September 6th, 1895
  • Express Passenger Locomotivo, Midland Railway, Mr. S. W. JohnsoD, Deccmbor 13th, ,1895
  • Express Locomotivo, North-Eistern Railway, Mr. Wilson Worsdcll, September 20th, 1895 Narrow Gauge Goods Locomotivo, Cape Government Railways, Messrs. Neilson and Co., November 22nd, 1895 Six-coupled Locomotive, Metropolitan and St. John’s Wood Railway, Mr. R. II. Burnett, October 4 th, 1895
  • Triple-expansion Eogino’.s s. “ Lizz'e Westoll,” Messrs. W. Allen and Co., Jaly 19.li, 1S95
  • Vertical Triple-expansion Pumping Engines, Leicester Waterworks, Messrs. Eiston. Anderson, and Gooiden, December 6tb, 1895
  • “ S are-Grip ” Railway Block, Teo, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11
  • Surplus Valve, The Boyie, 319
  • Suspension Bridges of Maximum Span, 247
  • Suspensions for Physical Instrument?, 431
  • Sutton Bridgo, Extension of The Dock, 517
  • Swan and Iionter, Messrs., Suspended Electric Crane, 402, 410
  • “Svanen,” Amphibious Passenger Boat, 370
  • Swansea, Electric Lighting of, 267
  • Swansea, Extension of the Port, 546
  • Swedish Iron and Steel Industries in 1894, 496
  • Swindon Station, 213 Swing Bridges? 15
  • Switzerland, Electric Motro Gauge Road Railways for, 457 7
  • Sydn3y Waterworks, Description of the, 369
  • Sykes, Mr. Ernest, On the Harvesting of Refuse and the Generation of Steam, 651 Syren, An Improved, 86
  • TACHOMETER, Messrs. Elliott Bros., 547
  • Talbot, Mr. B , Basic Furnace, 194
  • Tandem Engines—sec Engines, Tandem
  • Tangyes’ 4-Horse Power Fixed Oil Ensjine, 61, 91
  • Tangyes, Messrs., Gas Engino Pumping Machinery, 264
  • Tangyes’ Hydrocarbon Gas Producer, 62
  • TaDgyes’ O»1 Engine, Vaporiser, and Lamp, 61
  • Tangyes’ Works, Messrs., 175, 177, 184
  • Tank Engines on The Cambrian Railway, 191
  • Tank Furnaces, Gla?s, 431
  • Tank, Safety Oil, 641 Tank Ships, 191
  • Tar, Paints for Coating Iron made from, 431
  • Tasmanian Steam Launch, A, 267
  • Taxation of Cycles in Naples, 309
  • Taxing of Cycles with Motors. The French Customs Authorities on the, 457
  • Taylor, Taylor, and Hobson, Lenses Manufactured by, 405
  • Tea Drying Machine, Harvest Saving and, 465
  • Technical Education, Earl of Kimberley on, 369
  • Technical Education, Viscount Peel on, 613
  • Technical Engineering and Continental Works
  • Telegraph Line in the World, The Longest, 266
  • Telegraph Office. The Largest in the World, 595
  • Telegraph Post Shaping Machine, 441
  • Telegraph Wire3 from Inverness, Daily Tostin? of, 192
  • Telegraphing in Tunnels, 409
  • Telephone Induction Adopted by the German Government, New Form of, 105 Telephone Wires Opened for Use, Post-office 76
  • Telephony, On Municipal, 477
  • Telford Paving in Morris County, 113
  • Telford and his Work, Mr. Mowat on, 553
  • Tellurium as an Alloy with Aluminium, 309
  • Tellurium with Gold, Effect of Admixture of 309
  • Temperature of The Crater of an Electric Arc
  • Light, Mr. W. E. Wilson on, 143
  • Temperature of Filaments in Electric Incandescent Lamps, Professor Weber on. 13
  • Temperature on Mont Blanc in Winter, Minimum 405
  • Temperature of Rocks, 651
  • Temperature of Water fed into a Boiler by an Injector. With Reference to, 336
  • Temperley Transporter, The, 622, 623 624
  • Tenders : —
  • Portishead Sewerage, 86
  • Tenders for the Construction of Last Section cf Loch Katrine Aqueduct, 369
  • Tenders Invited for Electric Railways from Belgrade, Bulgaria, and Vienna, S7
  • Tenders for Locomotives in Australia, Local, 13
  • Tenders for Works Connected with the Evesham Rural Dutrict Council’s Scheme for Villages Water Supply, 369
  • Tensie-Meter, Mr. J. A. Wanklyn’s, 309
  • Tension Wheels, Graphical Calculation of Stresses in, o2/ Completion of, 405
  • Testing a Brick Arch Roof, Method of, 192
  • Testing of Building Material?, Technical Congress at Zurich for Securing Unity of Methods in, 26b
  • Testing the Frames of Warships. 393
  • Testing Machine at Dowlais, 505
  • Testing Materials of Construction, Uniform
  • Methods of, 30 Testing Metallic Bridges. 30
  • Tests of the Physical Properties of Cast Iron,
  • Tests of Turrets and Side Armour, The Navy Department, 335
  • Tetmajer, Professor, On Hoat Tests for Cements 59a ’
  • United Statos Battleship, Strained in Dock.ng, 554
  • Tba™8rl2on/?rks and Shipbuilding Company, oöz, Oz z | 6^.0
  • Thames Ironworks Company, Eogines of The Samoyed,” 361, 362
  • Thames Ironworks Company, Speed Trials of the Samoyed, 181
  • Thames London, Average Daily Supply from me,
  • Thames, Marine Engineering and Shipbuilding oa the, 45 re
  • Thames, Navigation of the, 553
  • Thames and Severn Canal Undertaking, Tho, 336
  • Thames Water, Condition of, 286 309
  • Thames Waters, Diminution of Microbial Life in, 286
  • Theory of Compensating Gradients, 508
  • Thermal Conductivity of Rocks, Messrs. Pierce and Willson on tbe, 525
  • Tbormo-chcmical Galvanic Cell, M. Korda’s, 286
  • Thermodynamics, Professor John Perry on the Principles of, 3S7
  • Thermometer, On a Direct-reading Platinum. 525
  • Thistle Works, Paisley, The, Steering Engine of H.M.S. “ Venus’’and “Diana,” 423, 424
  • Thomas and Young, Messrs., on Normal Hexano, 595
  • Thompson, Messrs., Three Torpedo Destroyers for The French Navy, 169
  • Thompson, Mr. E., Advocates The U?o of Steel Girders in Mines, 286
  • Thornton and Crcbbin’s Disintegrators and Pulverisers, 12
  • Thornycroft and C?., Steam Lifeboat for Holland, 325
  • Thornycroft. Mr. Juo. 1. His Presidential Address, 429
  • Thwaitc-Cawley System of Electric Haulage, Mr. George Cawley on the, 22
  • Towaite, Mr. B. i'l., Safety Oil Tank, 641
  • Thwaitos’ Motor Gas Plant, 3
  • Tidal Waves in Little T« averse Bay, 595
  • Tides, Effect of Wind and Atmosphere on the,
  • 319
  • Tilts for Railway Wagons. Walker’s, 111 Timber, Preservation of, 138, 2C9 Timber Stacking Crane, £40 Timber Stacking Crane, Electric, 331, 333, 396 Timing Instrument or “ Pendulum Chronoscopo,”
  • Tio, Mining of, Mr. Cranford on, 424
  • Tin-plate Scrap, Treatment of, for Ut.lisation of,
  • . 382 .
  • Tin-plate in the United States, Increase in the Manufacture of, 611
  • Tio io The United State?, 405
  • Tipping Cart, Messrs W. Rainforth and Sons’, 44 Tires, Basscmer Steel Driving, Great Eastern
  • Railway, 369
  • Tires for Cycles, Loathe* instead of India-rubber. 87
  • Tires which Failed on our Railways during Nine Months, Specified 641
  • Tobacco, Falling off in tbe Demand for, United States, aud its Cause, 369
  • Tobacco Trades Exhibition, A, 13
  • Tomsk Railway, Tho, 231
  • Tonbridge Waterworks Company, Additions to tbeir Pamping Station, 612
  • Tongking, French Railway in, 234
  • Tonnage of Goods Carried on Russian Rivers and Canals, 59
  • Tonnage on the Oceans and on tbe Railways of The \\ orld, M. C. M. Depew on the whole of the, 369
  • Tools, Micbine, Soho Foundry, 392, 393 Tools from Rusting, Recipes for Keeping, 336 Tooth Brush Making Machinery ? 235 “Torch’’and “Alert,” Machinery of the, to be
  • Tested, 551
  • Tornado Cloud, Expsriment Illustrating the Formation of the, 501
  • Toronto \\ aterworks, Rise of the Submerged Steel Intake of the. 554
  • Toronto Waterworks System, Mr. Jas. Mansergh ta Report upon, 336
  • Torpedo Boats, Aluminium, 407
  • Torpedo-boat Dcstroyors. 13. 87, 135, 160, 209. 217, 263, 286. 309, 525, 613
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer “Sokol,” Tlie Russian. 209, 263, 525
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, The Contracts for the New, 13
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers to be Employed for Instruction Purposes, 613
  • l °r‘2?G° ” a°d “Sharpshooter,”
  • ^°r3C9 ° ^°* Raised in Fareham Creek,
  • Torpedo Biat Destroyer “Quail,” Launch of a New, 309
  • Torpedo Gunboat “Sharpshooter,” New Duties of, 525
  • Torpedo Cruiser, New Chinese, 286
  • Torpedo Gunboats, Drainage Arrangements from Cylinders, &c., in, 333
  • Torpedo Shop, Overtime in the Keyham, 192
  • Tower Bridge, Changes in the Street Traffic Caused by the Opening of, 309
  • Towing, Electric Cableway System of, Erie Canal, 501
  • Towing by Electricity on the Erie Canal, 217
  • Town Refuse, Disposal of, 46
  • Track Lining on The Detroit Riilway, Ripid, 143
  • Traction of Boats on Inland Waterways, 109,142, 166
  • Traction Engine Accident, A, 206
  • Traction Engines and Sjlf - propelled Iliad Carriages. 189, 211
  • Trade and Business Announcements, 17, 74, 96, 120, 148, 159, 196, 242. 215, 254, 300, 335, 357, 391, 414, 426, 461,' 476. 500, 534, 617, 625, 617
  • Trade, Free Trade and No, 63, 86, 109
  • Trado of Germany, On the, 234
  • Trado Improvement The, 113, 263, 382
  • Trade, Improvement in, Crewe Works. 477
  • Trade Mark, A National, 338
  • Trade Report of Bombay, Increase in the Demand for Coil, 611
  • Trade with Russia 17
  • Trade, The State of, 66
  • Trades Union Congress, The, 230, 236
  • Trafalgar Square Distributing Station, 610
  • Traffic, Contributive, M. de Bicker, 55
  • Train delayed by Hornets, 231
  • Trains, Electric Lighting of, 524
  • Trains and Pilot Engines, 434, 466
  • Train Service to Trieste for Alexandria, New. 525 ’
  • Trains and Time Tables, 385
  • Tramroad, Sea-shoro Electric, Brighten, 4:3
  • Tramcor, Invented by a Glasgow Gentleman, 217
  • Tram-lino Authorised for the Loudon Companies, Length of, 266
  • Tram-line System in Madras, 336
  • Tramway Accident in Cleveland, Derailing Switches and Cut-offs, 554
  • Tramway, The Barmen Electric, 553
  • Tramway Car with Oil Motor, Glasgow, Accident to, 3S2
  • Tramways, The Compagnie Mutuilia de, 477
  • Tramways for Edinburgh, Cable, 409
  • Tramway, Electric, Bristol, 382
  • Tramway, Electric, Hartlepool, 3S2
  • Tramway, Electric, for Paris, 87
  • Tramway, Electric, into Portsmouth, 234
  • Tramway, Electric, United States, 160 i
  • Tramways Institute, Annual Meeting of, 19
  • Tramways, Leeds, 387
  • Tramway Lines, The South Staffordshire, Time > Granted for the Use of Steam on. Expire?, 525
  • Tramway, Now York, Electrical Underground Conduit, 155
  • Tramways and Railways, New’ South Waloi Government, 462, 463, 475
  • Tramway Route in Birmingham, Overhead Electric System of Traction to be Tried on, G13
  • Tramway System, Overhead Electric, in tbe Midlands, 405
  • Transparent Mirrors and Daylight Reflectors, Mr. Alfred Rost’s New Process for Making, 501
  • Transport of Petroleum, 137
  • Transporter, Tbe Temperloy, 622, 623, 624
  • Trans-Siberian Railway, Completion of a Section of, 192
  • Trans-Siberian Railway, Progress of the, 160
  • Transverse Loads on Beams of Mild Steel, 617
  • Travelling Crane» Indian Head, 225
  • Tricycle, Semi-Automotive, 13
  • Trimming Machino, Fire-box Plato, 214
  • Triple-expansion Engines we Engines, Triple- expansion Triton Valves? 555
  • Trolley Speed Ordinances, Brooklyn, New, 59
  • Trolley System of Electric Traction in Belgium, 35
  • Trollbatta and Gota Canal, The, 194
  • Trotter, Mr. Alexander, His Appointment, 554
  • Tube Cutter, The Vance Lightning, 646
  • Tubes, On, 1
  • Tubes, Boiler, Steel Instead of Copper for H.M. Torpedo Boat Destroyers, 192
  • Tubes, Serve, 227
  • Tubulous Boiler, The Haythorn, 152
  • Tumbler Sanitary Carts at The Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11
  • Tunbridge Wells, Electric Light for, 369
  • Tunnel, The Blackwall. 365, 430, 635, 636, 637, 638, 642
  • Tunnel, Completion of the Tcquixquiac, 405
  • Tunnel, Glasgow Harbour, 86
  • Tunnel on The Sheffield Extension Lino, Big, 160
  • Tunnel through the Simplon, Projected, 501, 525
  • Tunnelling on the Mari-Attock Railway, 192
  • Tunnelling, Subaqueous, Mr. J. H. Greathcad on, 500
  • Tunnels, Signalling iu, 466
  • Turbine Motor aud Dynamo, Laval’s Steam, 358, 359 ’
  • Turbines Working on The same Horizontal Axi?, Pair of, M. Emile Geyelin, 12
  • Turkish Paddle S:eamers, Trials of New, 414
  • Turkish Railways, List and Mileago of, 105
  • Turnbull, Mr. Rob9rt, His Appointment, 105
  • Turnor and Richter, Messrs., on “ Station Working,” 55
  • Turnip Cutter, Unchokable, Messrs. E. H. Ben- fall and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Turrets for American Warships, Double, 214
  • Tweddell’s Combination Riveter, 193
  • Twelvetrecs, Mr., Cartage and Dolivory, 55
  • Tweddell, Mr. Ralph Hart, 237 Two-IIundred-and-Twenty Volt Lamps, 360
  • Tylor, Mr. Louis, Welsh Coalowners and the Old Age Pensions, 191
  • Ty ne, Proposed New High Level Bridge over the, 405
  • UETLIBERG, Railway Accident on the, 266
  • Uganda Riilway, The, 234, 255
  • Uganda Railway, Progress of, 457
  • Uganda Railway, Mr. Whitehouse and his Staff, 477
  • Umaria Colliery Output, 160
  • Underground Cable Railway in Washington. Small, 369, 6
  • Underground Workings, Loss of Head in Air Currents Traversing, 218
  • Unionism, The Now, 390
  • United States, Armour Plates in the, 256
  • United States, Electric Railways in the, 631
  • United States, Battleships for the, 109, 192, 352, 501, 641
  • United States Battleships, Conference respecting the Proposed Now, 501
  • United States Battleship “Olympia,” 143
  • United States Battleship “Indiana,” Lieutenant
  • risko’s Range Indicators, 521
  • United States Battleship “Texas” Strained in Docking, 554
  • United Statee, Bessemer Steel Ingots Produced in the, 160
  • United States Bureau of Navigation, Returns for the past Year to, 369
  • United States, Canals of the, their Importance to Trade and the Desirability of their Improvement, 405 r
  • United States, Captain Jaques on War Material m tbe, 502
  • United States Commerce Destroyer “Columbia ” Tho, 354
  • United States, Crucible Steel Ingots Produced in the, 105
  • United States Cruiser “Columbia,” 266
  • United Srates Cruiser “Columbia,’”Run Made by tho, 217 7
  • United States Croiscr, Launch of a, 192
  • United States Cruiser, Passige Trial of tbe, 160
  • United States, Estimated Product of Gold and Silver in, for the Cilondar Year, 641
  • United States, Exports of Iron and Steel from, 160
  • United States, The “Good Roads” Parliament, Inventors of Horseless Carriages, 369
  • United States Government Dry Docks at Brooklyn and Puget Smnd, 501
  • United States, High Speeds in the, 484
  • United States, Income and Expenditure of Railways in tbe, 613
  • United States in 1894, Iron and Steel Ships built m tho. 71
  • United States Lighthouse Board, Oil Engines and Air Compressors for Sounding Fog Sirens,
  • United States Naval Academy, The Carrier Pigeon Service, 477
  • United S a»e? Naval Provinj Ground, Indian Head, 225, 232, 233
  • United States Navy, Armour Plates for tho, 624
  • United States Navy Department, Bids for the Construction of Battleships Nos. 5 and 6, Opened at, 641
  • United States Navy, Engineers for the, 526
  • United States Navy, New Battleships for the, 192, 611
  • United States, Railway Accidents in October in the, 641
  • United States, Railway Accident on the Seabeacb Railway, 234
  • United States, The Rivalry of tbo, 390
  • United States, September Accidents in the, Classified, 525
  • United States Statistics of The Railways in the, 577
  • United States, Steel Production in the, 105
  • United States, T»n in the, 405
  • United States Tin-plate Manufacture, 641
  • United States, Train Accidents in the, 286
  • United States Warship?, 109, 143, 192, 352, 472, 501, 521, 641
  • United States Yacht.“ Defender,” Sails of Ramie Cloth, 240
  • University College, London, Ezening Classes, 434
  • Unsheathed Warships, Decrease of Speed of, after Six or Twelve Months Afloat, 217
  • Urban Roads and Footways, Mr. J. Julian on, 625
  • Utrecht-Amersfoot Railway Extension, The, 266
  • VACUUM Pumps, How to Obtain Simpler Connection between the Clearances and the Body of, 35
  • Vagaries of Electricity, 371
  • Value of Quick-fire Ordnanco, 620
  • Valve, The Boyle Surplus, 319
  • Valve, Deadweight Safety, Mr. Isaac Storey, 648
  • Valve, Lewis’s Hot Blast, 331
  • Valve, The Luuken, 248
  • Valve, Steam Pipe Safety, 84
  • Valves? Triton, 555
  • Valve Gear, Marshall's, Holloway Electric Light Station, 639
  • Valve Gears, The Accuracy of, 238
  • Van B’dreu, Mr. J. D , Notes on High Masonry Dams, 352
  • Van Ollefen’s Bulkhead Door and Gear, 5
  • Vance Lightning Tube Cutter, Toe, 646
  • Vathairo, M. A., How to Remove Sulphur from Iron, 35
  • Vantour,” Accident to the French Cruiser, 59
  • Velocipode3 with Motors iu France, Oa the Taxing of, 457
  • Velocity of Projectiles Determined by Electricity, 266
  • Velvo-carbon Primary Battery, The, 252
  • Venezuela, Concession for a Railway in, 217
  • Ventilation for Monitor Vessels, 579
  • Ventilation and Warming, Mr. W. T. Sagg on, 549
  • Vera Cruz Harbour Improvements, 286 Vera Cruz, Port of, 441
  • Vernon-Harcourt, Mr. L. F., His Address to the Mechanical Science Section of The British Association, 269
  • Vessels, Steam and Sail, Built and Documented in the United States in The Past Year, 369
  • Viaduct Railway, Pennsylvania, 641
  • Vibration on Steel, Influence of, 579
  • Vibrations of Cords, M. A. Cornu on the Transverse, 217
  • Victoria, Railway Reforms in, 160
  • Victoria Station, Sheffield, Inadequacy of, 405
  • Victorian Railways, The Working of the, and Proposed Changes in, 309
  • “Victorious,” Launch of H.M.S. ,414
  • Vienna, 1896, Agricultural Machinery Exhibition, 217
  • Vienna, Fires in, 286
  • Vienna, Tenders Invited for Electric Railways for, 87
  • Vienna Terminus Destroyed by Firo, 105
  • Vignoles and Bull-headed Rails, Comparative Advantages of, 360
  • Villard and Jarry, Experiments with Dry Carbonic Acid, 234
  • Violle, Mr., Oo the Specific Heat at Boiling Point of Carbon, 35
  • Vipan and Ileadly’s Miscellaneous Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11
  • Volga, Ferry Steamer for tbo, 317
  • Volga, Railway Ferry Steamer for the, 317, 284
  • “Vulcan,” The, Converted to a Tank Engine, 355
  • WADDINGTON, Mr. John, Newark Locomotive Buffer, 116
  • Wages Dispute on the Clyde, The, 356
  • Wages Dispute, The Shipbuilding, 391
  • Wagner’s Furnace Grate, 116
  • Wagon, Hopper Coal, 32
  • Waldo and Sons’ Butter Worker, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Wales and Adjoining Countio3, 26, 50 . 76, 96, 122, 148, 170, 196, 222, 244, 272, 296, 322, 348, 374, 39S, 4* 20, 444, 46S, 492, 516, 540, 564, 604, 630, 650
  • Wales, Light Railway for, 369
  • Wales and the London Water Scheme, 411
  • Wales, New Railways in South, 528
  • Walker's Tilts for Railway Wagons, 111
  • Walsall Chamber of Commerce, To Railway Freighters, 431
  • Walsall Wood District, Plans for the Sewerage of the, 613
  • Wanklyn, Mr. J. A , his Tensic-Meter, 309
  • War Material, Imperial Defence and, 89
  • War Material in the United States, Captain Jaques on, 502
  • Waring, Mr., his Report on Indian Railways, 556
  • Warsbip3, Breakdowns, 196
  • Warships, Coal Supply of our, 531
  • Warships, Decrease of Speed of Unsheathed, after Six or Twelve Months Afloat, 217
  • Warships, Double Turrets for American, 214
  • Warships for France, Two New, 266
  • Warships and Ordnanco, Now Designs in, 471
  • Warships, Testing Frames of, 393 Warships, The United States, 472
  • “ Warspite ” to bo repaired at Haulbowlino, The, 192
  • Warwickshire Coalfield, Development of the, 501
  • Warwickshire, Railway Accommodation for, 457
  • Washington, from the Capitol to the Congressional Library, Underground Cable Railway, 369
  • Washington, Horse Cars instead of Overhead Trolley System in, 525
  • Watches, Magnetisation of, 39
  • Wator, Aeration of Reservoir, by Compressed Air, 87
  • Water Box Furnace Grate, Mr. F. Graf, 553, 617
  • Water Box Grate, A, 553, 617
  • Water-closets, Agitation to Secure a Larger Flush for, 457
  • Water ou Coal, M. George 3 Arth on tb9 Action of, 217
  • Water Coolers on Railway Cars, Automatic Overflow for, 140
  • Water Filters, Mechanical, Te3ts of, at Minneapolis, 405
  • Water, Freezing Point of, Lowered by the Admixture of Milk, 525
  • Water Gauge Protector, C.* adock’s, Riyal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Water Level Indicator and Detector, 647
  • Water Mains, Moving, without Shutting-off tbe Water, 357, 634
  • Water Meters, Hiring of, in South Wales, 303
  • Water Meter, New Positive, 339
  • Water, Orton, Projected Sewerage Works at, 369
  • Water Pipes, Constantly Charged, within the Mctroplis, Mileage of, 160
  • Water Power and Electric Plant for Loog Distance Transmission, 447
  • Water Power, Utilisation of. in Fresno, to Dovelope Electric Power, 160
  • Water, Propagation of Electrical Wavc3 io, 525
  • Water Purification, 580
  • Water Supply on Board Ship, 352
  • Water Supply, Comparative Charges in London and Elsewhere, 457
  • Water Supply of Edinburgh, The, 303
  • Water for Sopply of Locomotives carried by Train, 431
  • Water Supply for London, Available Sources of, 386
  • Water Sapply, London County Council Scheme of, 111
  • Water Supply in London, Rentals and Price of, 3S2
  • Water Supply, Metropolitan, 441
  • Water Supply, Metropolitan, Three Gallon Flashes or Two 1 613
  • Water Transfer Bill?, The Eight, all Suspended, 382
  • Water Troughs on the Great Western Railway, 286
  • Water-tube Boilers, 2, 39, 336. 366; 367, 527
  • Water-tube Boiler. Messrs. Fraser and Co.’s Compound Tube. 367
  • Water-tube Boilers, Mr. F. T. Milton on 2
  • Water-tube Boilers, Marine, 527
  • Water-tubs Boiler, Petersen and McDonald’s, 366
  • Wator-tubo Boilers, Trials to Tost The Du Tomple and Belleville Types of, 336
  • Waterloo and City Electrical Underground Railway, SI, 82, S3, 84, 114, 115
  • Waterloo and City Railway Company, Progress of Operations on the, 217
  • Waterloo Station to the City, Projected Overhead Railway from, 266
  • Waterways, Traffic Diagram of French Inland, 312
  • Waterworks, West llampshiro. 393
  • Waterworks Tower, Eden Park, Cincinnati, Tóe Highest Artificial Structure in America, 641
  • Weardale Railway to be Opened, 382
  • Wear Valley Extension Railway, Opening of, 405
  • Weaver Navigation, The, 536
  • Weber, Professor, on the Temperature of Filaments in Electric Incandescent Lamps, 13
  • Wedne8bury Sewage Disposal, 290
  • Weirs in Rivers, Mr. F. G. M. Stoney on, 334
  • Weight per Square Inch on Car Journals, 171
  • Weights and Measure?, Report of the Select Committee on Present System of, 59
  • Welbouro, Mr., Electric Distribution, 104
  • Welding Car, Electric Rail, 203
  • Welding a Carriago Tiro, 643
  • Welding, Electric, 615
  • Welding, Lead, M. Blondel’s Method, 160, 309
  • Wells Bros., Fixed Oil Engine, 8
  • Welsh Coalowners and tbe Old Age Pensions, 194
  • Wembley Tower, Progress of the, 266
  • West, Mr. F. J., On a Gas Storing Plant, 612
  • West, Thos. D., Tests of tbe Physical Properties of Cast Iron, 219
  • West Hampshire Waterworks, 393
  • West Highland Railway Bill, The Chancellor of the Exchequer on the, 192
  • Westminster Waterworks, Tbe New, 283
  • Westphalite, The Explosive, 266
  • Western Union Telegraph Company, Length of Miles added to its Wire Lines, 501
  • Westinghouse - Baldwin Electrical Locomotive Alliance, Practical Results cf tbe, 431
  • Wharf Erected ou Steel Rods at Rockland, Me., 405
  • Wheat Starch ? 507
  • Wheel Construction, Carter’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Wheel, Tqo Gigantic, 406, 407
  • Wheel Guard Fenders in Columbia, Captaio D. F. Fiebiger on, 554
  • Wheels, Single-driving, in the United States, 363
  • Wheeler, Mr. W. H., Birmingham and its Canal Connections with the Seaports, 23 Wheeler, Mr. W. H., On the Effects of Wind and Atmosnheric Pressuro on the Tides, 319, 405
  • White, Mr. John, Automatic Stocking Knitter,
  • 116
  • Whitehouse, Mr., His Staff, 477
  • White and Baltic Seas, Projected Railway to Connect the, 309
  • White Star Cargo Steamer, Cargo Carried by the New, 286
  • White Star s.s. “Georgic,” Launch of, 14, 17
  • Whiteside, Mr. G., On Light Railways, 382
  • Whitworth Scholarships and Exhibitions, 197, 227
  • Wiggio, Mr., On Nickel Steel, 199, 219
  • “ Wild Duck,” The Steam Launch, 141,142
  • Wilkinson, Mr. T. L., On the Adoption of the Decimal System in Calculations Relating to Railway Construction and Working, 29
  • Wilkinson, Mr. W. F., Chromo Iron Oro Mining in Asia Minor, 4
  • Williams, Sir Leader, On the Construction of the Manchester Ship Canal, 526
  • Willcox, Mr. J. E., and the Evesham Rural District Council’s Scheme for Villagos Water Supply, 369
  • Willcox, Mr. J. E , The Water Orton Sewerage Scheme, 369
  • Willson Aluminium Company and the Making of Calcium Carbide, 477
  • Wilmot and Co.’s Galvanised Corrugated Iron and Steel Articles, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 45
  • Wilson - Barker, Captain D., “Clouds and Weather,” 595
  • Wilson and Co., Messrs. J. H., Steam Crane Excavator, Messrs. Simpson and Porter, 180
  • Wilson, Rear-Admiral, Masthead Signalling, 183
  • Wind and Atmosphere on the Tides, Effect of, 319
  • Wind, On the Force of the, 468
  • Wind Velocities, Mr. E. F. Miller’s Table of, 231
  • Winding Shaft?, Temporary and Permanent Repairs to, 612
  • Windmills at The Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 11
  • Windsor-street Works of the City of Birmingham Gas Department, Visited, 200
  • Winter, M., On the Lowering of the Freezing Point of Water by tbe Admixture of Milk,525
  • Wire Guns of tbe “ Majestic” Tested, The, 336
  • Wire Ropes, Messrs. G. Cradock and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 44
  • Witz, M. A., On Lighting by Luminescence, 192
  • Witz, Professor A., Tests with a Benier Gazigene Meter, 59
  • Woking Drainage and Sewage Schemes, 59 Wolfram Ore ? 411
  • Wood Drying and Seasoning, Mr. H. C. Lap- pert’s Process for, 160
  • Wood, Green, Conducts Electricity Better than Dead, 382
  • Wood for Making Spools for Thread in tbo United States and England, 369
  • Wood Paving Blocks, Karri, 511
  • Wood Pulp Articles? Moulded, 41
  • Wooden Railway, Florida, 551
  • Woolf Process, Electrozono made by the, to be used as a Disinfectant, 525
  • Woolwich Arsenal, A Unionist Government and, 89
  • Work, Average Pressure in which Men CaD, 13
  • Work of Steam, The, 12 Working of the Railways, 311
  • Workshop Gas Furnaces, 39
  • World’s Columbian Exposition, Proportion of Exhibitors and Awards, 595
  • Worm Gear Driven Machine Tools, 504
  • Woim Gearing for Power Transmission in Electrical Works, On the Use of, 501
  • Worsdell, Mr., On the Brake Trials on the North-Eastern Railway, 304
  • Worsdell, Mr. William, Express Locomotive, North-Eastern Railway (Supplement, September 26th, 1S95), 291, 292
  • Worthington, Mr. E., Electric Locomotives, 521
  • Wright and Co., Messrs., Feed-water Heater, and Filter, 487
  • Wrightson, Mr. Thomas, Dilatation, Annealing, and Welding of Iron and Steel, 559
  • Wye, Projected Bridge over the, 309
  • Wynne Edwards, Mr. T. A., Harrow, 11
  • Wynne, Timmins, and Co., Their New Spanners, 87
  • W. H. and L. Collingridge v. The City Press, Limited, 545
  • YARROW and Co., Messrs., Liunch of The “ Sokol,” 209
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Torpedo Boat Destroyer " Sokol,” 263
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Vessels of the “Sokol” Type, 510
  • Yarrow, Mr., Torpedo Boat “Sokol,” 525
  • Yenisei, Scheme for Correcting tbe Course of tbe, 217
  • York, Sowerage Works, 93
  • Yorkshire Coal Trade, The, 485
  • Yorkshire Miners’ Association, 186
  • Yorkshire Patent Drill Company’s Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 10
  • Yöst, Mr. G. W. N., 431
  • Young, Mr. J. D., On Marine Propellers, 501
  • ZANOTTA, M., On Junctions, 29
  • Zappert, Mr. II. C., Process for Drying and Saasoning Wood, 160
  • “ Zsbra,” Liunch of H.M.S., 549
  • Zinc by Electrolysis, Refining Impure, 143
  • Zurich, Conference on Uniform Methods of Testing Materials of Construction, 30

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