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The Engineer 1896 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1896 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1896 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1896 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1896 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1896 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1896 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1896 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1896 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1896 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1896 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1896 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.

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  • ABELL, Mr. Win. Price, Megass and Refuse Furnaces, 41, 42
  • “Aberdeen," s.s., Engines and Water-tube Boilers, Messrs. Fleming and Ferguson, 311, 312
  • Adam, Mr. Wm., 402
  • Adamson and Co., Messrs. Diniel, Horizontal Compound Engines, 544
  • Adamson and Co., Messrs. D., Rolling Mil) Engines, Dowlais Works, Cardiff (Supplement, April lOfA, 1896)
  • Adt and Son, Messrs. John, Bicycle Chain Rivet¬ing Machine, 170
  • Albert Railway Bridge, Indooroopilly, Queens¬land, 52, 53, 60
  • Allen, Mr. P., Timber Bridge over Glennies Creek, New South Wales, 520, 525, 526
  • American Armour Plates, 56
  • American Carrier Tricycle, 146
  • American Self-propelled Carriages, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 146
  • American Society of Civil Engineers, New Home of the, 611
  • Arnold's Motor Carriage, with Benz Motor, 472, 473
  • Asquith, Mr. W., Sliding and Surfacing Brake Lathe, 40
  • Austrian Torpedo Boat “ Viper,” The, 343
  • Aveling and Porter, Messrs. Compound Road Locomotive and Van, 52
  • Aveling and Porter, SpriDg Mounted Traction Engine, S3
  • BAGULEY, Mr. E., Compound Locomotive, 450
  • Bailey's Hydraulic Sewage Pump, 184
  • Baltic Ship Canal Dredger and Hydraulic Spoil ;
  • Efevator and Conveyor, Mr. A. F. Smulders (Supplement, January 3rd, 1896)
  • Banavie and Mallaig Railway and Harbour, Map 1 of, 486
  • Barker's Bridge Flooring, 82
  • Barnard, Mr. A. S., Electric Limps given in his Paper, 612
  • Barry Decks, The, 135, 136, 137, 585
  • Baxters, Limited, Messrs., Anchor Gear for H.M.S. “ Victorious," 232
  • Bizin Wheel Steamboat, The, 502
  • Belgian Light Railways, The Permanent Way of, 362, 363
  • Belgian L:ght Railways, Types of Locomotives on (Supplement, May 1st, 1896), 439, 440, 441, 445
  • Benton Harbour Motor Co.’s Carriage, 40
  • Beresford, Capt. the Right Hon. Lord Chas., on ! Water-tight Doors, 314
  • Berryman Feed-water Heaters, 131
  • Bethlehem Armour Plato, 32
  • Binney and Son, Gossage’s Hose Reel, 502
  • Blackrod District Council Sewerage Scheme, 184 ,
  • Blake Electric Ritte, The, 84
  • Blechynden, Mr. A., on Transmission of Heat ! through Metal Plates, &c. Ac. (Diagram), 509
  • Blohm and Voss, Messrs., Erecting aud Machine Shops, Hamburg, 649
  • Blohm and Voss, Messrs., General View of their Works, Hamburg, 648
  • Bonta Sufety Engine Stop, Tbe, 583
  • Boston and Albany Railroad Express Locomotive, 614, 622
  • Bouzey Dam, Failure of, 50
  • Bradford, Cause of Tramway Accident at, 498
  • Brantbam Mills, Essex, Turbine Plant, 548, 549
  • Bristol Channel and English Channel Ship Canal, 273, 274
  • Bristol Docks, The Problem of (Maps), 307, 308
  • Brookes, Messrs. J. and H., Susponded Safety Lift, 121, 122
  • Broughton Paper Mills, Chimney Underpinned, 222
  • Bruco, Mr. A. Fairlie, Notes on the Flow of Water in the Aqueduct from Lock Katrine, 55
  • Brunn’s Automatic Feed-water Softener, Mr. P. Schau, 162
  • Bryan, Donkin and Co., Messrs., Wegener’s Powdered Fuel Apparatus for Steam Boiler Furnaces, 485
  • Buckland's Maxim Gan, 118, 119
  • Buttington Crozier Gun Carriage, Tbe, 41
  • Burnley, The Chimney Disaster at, 144, 145
  • Burrell and Sons, Messrs. Chas., Compound Traction Eogines, 498
  • Burrell and Sons, Messrs. Chas., Road Steamer and Omnibus and Road Locomotive, 51
  • Bury, Curtis, and Kennedy, Messrs., Passenger Locomotive, Great Southern and Western Rail¬way, 64, 65, 66
  • CALEDONIAN Express Locomotive, The New, 211, 242
  • Cameron, Mr. John, Cam and Lever Punching 1 and Shearing Machine, 223
  • Cameron’s Expansion Gear, 560 Canot Electric Turrets, 57
  • Cape Government Narrow-gauge Goods Locomo¬tive, Messrs. Neilson and Co. (Supplement, February 2Sth, 1896)
  • Carnegie Armour. Double Forged, 56, 215
  • Carpenter, Mr. R. C., Methods of Insulating Underground Systems of Steam Piping, 201
  • Carter’s Pendulum Sifter, 572
  • Carter and Wright, Messrs., Brass Finishers’ Lithe, 512
  • Catley and Ayres’ Steam Wagonette, 1863 67, 264, 265
  • Chapman's Link Movement Engine, 272
  • Chauxdefonds Waterworks, Switzerland, Tur¬bines, 548
  • Clark, Mr. Lyonel, On Improvements in Docks and Docking Appliances, 623, 653
  • Clarke's Crank and Forge Co., Duplex Oil Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 638
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth’s Portable Oil Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 638
  • Clyde at Glasgow, Proposed New Bridge over the, 233
  • Cochrane and Co., Messrs., 3C0
  • Indicated Horse¬power Triple-expansion Mill Engines, 559
  • Colchester Waterworks, Pumping Eogines, Messrs. Eiston, Anderson, and Gooiden, 27, 33
  • Collman Valve Gear, Compound Hcrizmtal Engine with, 156, 158, 160
  • Cooper Steam Digger, The, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 610, 641
  • Copland, Mr. W. P.,The Dunoon Burgh Pier, 346
  • Cornish Cycle Pumping Engine, Messrs. Hawthorn, Davey, and Co., 84, 85, 88
  • Crinan Ship Canal, Map, 503
  • Crocker-Wheeler Electric Co.’s W’orks, Heavy
  • Punch Press with Electric Motor, 164
  • Crocker-Wheeler Electric Co.’s Works, Hydraulic Armature Press with Electric Motor, 164
  • Cugnot’s Steam Carriage, 623
  • Cunliffo and Croom, Messrs., Multiple Boring and Drilling Machine, 247
  • DAIMLER Motor Co.’s Carriage, The, 472
  • Daimler Motor Co., Narrow-gauge Self-propelled Tramcar, 596
  • Dalmuir and Clydebank Riilway, The, 562
  • Davey, Paxman, and Co., Electric Light Inatallation at the India and Ceylon Exhibition (Sup¬plement, May 22nd, 1896), 514
  • Davey, Paxman, and Co., Indicator Gear for High-speed Engines, 473
  • Davies, E. J. M., Slide Valve Friction, 34
  • Davies and Son, Messrs. J., Electric Low Water Alarm, 84
  • Deeley and Wolff, Messrs., Theory of the Lubri¬cation of Plain Parallel Surfaces, 25, 26
  • Dae Sluices and Improvement Works, Proposed, 234
  • De Laval Steam Turbine, Tests of a 10-H.P., 477
  • De La Vergne Motor Carriage, 2
  • Denny, Mr. A., Demolishing Chimneys, 266
  • Denny and Sons, Messrs.,Triple-expansion Paddle Engines of the Southend Belle, 592
  • Derbyshire, Views in the Pentrich Collieries, 316, 320
  • Dick, Mr. Alexander, Apparatus for Making Bar, 464
  • Dion and Bouton Motor Tricycle, The, 473
  • Doulton’s Stoneware Conduits, 235
  • Dowlais Works, Cardiff, Rolling Mill Engines, Messrs. Daniel Adamson and Co. (Supplement, April 10M, 1896)
  • Drake, Mr. J. A., Bridge Flooring, 145
  • Drysdale and Stoddart, Messrs., Compensating Nuts, 461
  • Dudley, Mr. P. H., Wear of Tires on Passenger Engines (Diagrams), 432
  • Duncan and Superbie Motor Bicycle, The, 472
  • Dunoon Burgh Pier, The, Mr. W. P. Copland, 346
  • Dutch Tugboat "Ocean,” The, 286, 238, 239
  • EARL'S Court Exhibition, Electricity Station at the (Supplement, Muy 22nd), 514
  • EastoD, Anderson and Gooiden, Messrs., Pump¬ing Engines, Colchester Waterworks, 27, 33
  • Easton and Bessemer's High-speed Engines, 672
  • Electric Light and Railway Company, “O” Battery, Fig. 2, 581
  • Elston's Carriage with Kane-Pennington Engine, 3
  • Ely, Cutter Bridge at, Mr. John Wilson, 77
  • Erie to Buffalo, Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Profile, 313
  • Escher, Wyss and Co., Messrs. Turbine Plant, 548, 549
  • Eureka Suspended Lift, The, 121, 122
  • Ewing, Mr. J. A., Measurements of Small Strains in the Testing of Materials and Structures, 94
  • FAIRFIELD Shipbuilding and Eogineering Com¬pany, Paddle Steamer, “ Kunigin Wilhelmino,” l 257, 268
  • Fay-Ricbardson Valve, United States Locomo¬tives, 623
  • Fielding and Platt, Messrs., Hydraulic Forging Press, 316
  • Fielding and Platt, Messrs., 10-ton Hydraulic I Crane, 312
  • Fielding and Platt, Messrs., 200
  • Indicated Horse- | power Gas Engine and Air Compressors, 273
  • Fleming and Ferguson, Messrs., Eogines and Water-tube Boilers, s.s. “Aberdeen,” 311
  • Fletcher, Mr. W., Steam Locomotives on Common Roads, 51, 85, 106
  • Foden aud Son's Traction Engine, Royal Agricul¬tural Society's Show, 644
  • Fowler and Co., Messrs., J., Compound Road Locomotive with Crane, 572
  • i Fowler and Co., Messrs., Front Axle Spring. 86
  • Foyers, Scotland, Falls of, Turbine Plant, 548
  • GAMEWELL Fire Alarm Telegraph Co., Police Telegraph System (Figs. 3 and 4), 581
  • Geneva Waterworks, Turbines at the, 575
  • German Men-of-war, Herr A. Dietrich cn, 586
  • Glasgow Corporation Waterworks, Flow of Water in tbe Aqueduct from Loch Katrine, 55
  • Glasgow, Proposed New Bridge over the Clyde at, 233
  • Glennies'J.Creek, New South Wales, Timber Bridge over tbe, 520, 525, 526
  • Gold Car Heating Co., Gold’s Electric Heater (Fig. 7), 582
  • Gossage’s Hose Reel, 502
  • Grantham, John, lOrt. Wheel Locomotive, Mather Dixon, and Co., 10
  • Great Eastern Railway, Bridge over the Ouse at Ely, Mr. John Wilson, 77
  • Great Southern and Western Railway, Ireland, Compound Express Engine, 417, 424
  • Great Southern and Western Railway, Ireland, Early Locomotives, 80, 81
  • Green’s Economiser (Fig. 10), 583
  • Grenville, Mr. Neville, Steam Carriage, 1875, 421
  • Gwynne, Messrs. John and Henry, Centrifugal Series Pump and Engines, 390
  • HALL and Co., Messrs. J. P., Compound Engine j and Dynamo, 247
  • Hampson System of Liquefying Gases, 310
  • Hauiel and Lueg, Messrs., Heinrichshurg Canal Lift, 388, 389
  • Hardman’s Machine Set for Sawing, and Sot for Tanging, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 641
  • Harland, Sir Edward, 8
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., Lengthening the Mail Steamer Scot, 212, 291, 294
  • Harrison’s Patent Steel Railway Chair, 498
  • Hartley Rotary Engine, 3 Hartley Steam Carriage, 4
  • Hathorn, Davey, and Co., Messrs., Cornish Cycle PumpiDg Engine, 84, 85, 88
  • Harvey and Co., Messrs. Julius, Quartz Crushing and Dressing Plant, 146
  • Haynes’ Motor Carrie ge at Chicago, 2
  • Heine Boiler, 500-Horse Powor (Fig. 8), 582
  • Heinrichsburg Canal Lift, The, Messrs. Haniel and Lueg, 388, 389
  • Hertel Motor Carriage, 3 Highland Railway Schemes (Maps), 500, 503 Hodges’ Compound Blower, 431 Holt’s Steam Carriage, 132
  • Holt’s Steam Carriage, 1867, 264
  • Holtzor-Canot Electric Carriage, 4
  • Honolulu,” The Four-Masted Schooner, 428
  • Howard, Messrs. J. and F., Self-filling Perpetual Baling Press, 573
  • Howard and Taite’a Railway Carriage Warming Apparatus, 329
  • Howrah Water Supply, Tower and General Plan, 354
  • Hudson's Rear-acting Cycle Brake, 407
  • Halse and Co., Vertical and Horizontal Milling Machines, 568
  • Humber (1896) Bicycle, Tbe, 64
  • Humber Triplet Bicycle, The, 54
  • Hunt and Mitton, Messrs., Marks and Mordey’s Surface Scum Cock and Valve, 355
  • INDIA and Ceylon Exhibition, Electric Light Installation at the (Supplement, Muy 22«rf, 1896). 514 D J
  • India, Public Works, Lower Assam Division, Road Bridges, Contracts Open, 190
  • Inverness, The New Waterloo Bridge, 366, 392, I 394
  • Islington Electric Light Station, 633-637, 544
  • Ivatt, Mr. II. A., Compound Express Engine, Great Southern and Western Railway, Ireland, 417, 424
  • JACOBUS, Mr. D. S., Distribution of Moisture in Steam Flowing through a Horizontal Pipe, 124
  • Jandus Arc Lamp, Tbe, 93
  • Japanese Warship, “ Fiji,” 339
  • “ Jenny Lind ” Passenger Engine, Midland Rail¬way, 1848, Mr. D. Joy, 25, 36, 246
  • Jessop and Son, Messrs., Compound Horizontal Engine with Collman Valve Gear, 156, 158, 160
  • Johannesburg Waterworks, Triple-expansion Worthing ton Pumping Engines, Messrs. Jas. S:mp-on and Co., 12
  • Johnson and Phillips, Messrs., Combined Cabling and Servi g Machine, 420
  • Johnson, Mr. S., Express Passenger Locomotive, Mid and Railway (Supplement, January 31.«S 1896)
  • Jonage Canal, Map of tbe, 541
  • Joy, Mr. David, Tbe “Jenny Lind” Passenger Engine, Midland Railway, 25, 36, 246, 528, 639
  • KANE-PENNINGTON Gasoline Engine, 3
  • Kendall and Gent, Messrs., Machino Tools, 398
  • Kendall and Gent, Messrs., Milling Planing Machine, 395
  • Kidwell, Mr. Edgar, Insulating Underground Steam Pipes, 377
  • Kinghorn, Mr. J. G., Salvage Appliances, 324
  • King’s Cross Station, Old Buildings Removed fvr Building, 652
  • King's-road Refuse Destructor and Electric Light¬ing Station, 258, 259, 284, 285, 286, 287, 288, 289
  • Knight, Mr., Steam Carriage, 1868, 421
  • Knowles Steam Pump Works, Raising Water by an Air Pump, 83
  • "Kóningin Wilhelmina,” Paddle Steamer, 257. 268
  • Krupp Armour-plates, Experiments with, 112,113
  • LADY Windsor Deep Lock, Barry Docks, Mr. J. Wolfe Barry, 135, 137
  • Laird Bros., Messrs., Locomotive Boiler, s.s. “Queen of the North” (Supplement, Jannan/ 2ith, 1896)
  • Lancashire, Derbyshire, and East Coast Railway I Viaducts, 218
  • Leeds Northern Railway, Tank Engine, 396
  • Lemp, jun., Mr. Herman N., Local AunealiDg of Hard-faced Armour-plates, 355, 356
  • Lewis Motor Carriage at Chicago, 2
  • Liverpool Landing Stage, Mr. A. G. Lyster, 540
  • Liverpool-street Station, Great Eastern Railway, Worship-street Bridge, 415
  • Lockinge, Wind Pomping Engine at, 133
  • London and North-Western Railway, Locomotive Crank Axle, 451
  • Lundie, Mr. Corn., Permanent Way, 466
  • Lunkenheimcr’s Automatic Graphite Sight-feed Lubricator, 272
  • Lyster, Mr. A. G., Liverpool Landing Stage, 540
  • McCARTHY, Mr. Sam., On Steel Steam Pipes and Fittings and Bernardo’s Arc Welding in Connection therewith, 458
  • McGregor, Mr. J., Steam and Towing Barges, Worcester and Birmingham Canal, 97
  • McIntosh, Mr. J. F., Express Locomotive, Cale¬donian Railway, 211, 242
  • Mackenzie’s Steam Brougham, 132, 133
  • McLareD, Messrs. J. and H., Compound Road Locomotive and Vun, 85
  • Mallaig Railway and Harbour, Map of, 486
  • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, Express Locomotive, Mr. Harry Pollitt (Supple¬ment, March 20M, 1896)
  • Mann and Cbarleswortb, Messrs., Semi-portable I Compound Engine and Boiler, 342
  • MardeD, Mr. Mark, Corn Pith Cellulose for War-: » ships, 40
  • Marks and Mordey's Surface S:um Cock and Valve, 355
  • Marshall, Fleming, and Jack, Messrs., Locomo¬tive Steam Cran^, 420
  • Mather, Dixon, and Co., 10ft. Wheel Locomotive, John Grantham, 10
  • Maxim Guns, Buckland's Table for, 119 Maxim Motor Tricycle, 4
  • Merrywcather and Sons, Messrs., Floating Steam ; Fire Engine, 336
  • Midland Railway Engine, No. 60, 539
  • Midland Railway Express Passenger Locomotive, Mr. S. Johnson (Supplement. January Vit. 1896)
  • Midland Railway Express Passenger Locomotive, Portfolio Working Drawing, No. 5 (Supplement, June Sth, 1896)
  • Midland Railway, The Vacuum Brake on the, 183
  • Milne and S^ns, Messrs. John, Chapman's Link Movement Engine, 272
  • Mirabeau Bridge over the Seine, 609, 615
  • Monsted's Margarine Factory, Southall, 403, 404, 405
  • Monsted’s Margarine Factory, Compound Hori¬zontal Eagine with Coleman Valve Gaar, 156. 158, 160
  • Morris and Salmon Storage Battery Carriage, 2
  • Morrison and Ingram, Messrs., Railway Carriage Lavatories, 431
  • Mueller Carriage with Gasoline Motor,
  • Muirhcad’s Wrought Steel Railway Chair, 444
  • NEILSON and Co., Messrs., Narrow Gauge Goods Locomotive, Cape Government Railways (Supplement, February 2&th)
  • No», at Inverness, The New Waterloo Bridge over the, 366, 392
  • Xeuhausen, Turbines at the Aluminium Works, 575
  • New South Wales, Timber Bridge over Glennies Creek, Mr. P. Allen, 520. 525, 526
  • New York Bicycle Show, The, 183, 189
  • New York, The National Electrical Exhibition at, 582
  • Nicholson's Spring Steel Tine Cultivator, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 642
  • Nugent, Mr, Perry F., On Mr. A. Dick’s Appara¬tus for Making Bar, 464
  • Nuremburg, Exhibition Buildings at, 637
  • Nuremburg Exhibition, Maschinen und Armatur Fabrik, Rotary and Plunger Pumps, 637
  • OCEAN.” The Dutch Tugboat, 235, 238, 239
  • Oude and Rohilcund Riilway, First-class Carriages-Contracts Open, 58
  • Ouse, Bridge over the, Great Eastern Railway, 77
  • PANHARD and Levassor Motor Carriage, Daimler Motor, 472
  • Parkhead Forge. The, 140, 154, 166
  • Parkhead Forge, Reversing Rolling Mill Engines, 154
  • Parkhead Forge, Travelling Crane, 154
  • Pans, New Cantilever Bridge at, 499
  • Paris and Orlems Riilway, Locomotive Engine with Corliss Valve, M. E. Polonceau, 490, 491
  • Paris, Waterworks at Cuoisy-le-Roi, 338
  • Parrett Improving Scheme, The River, 173, 174, 175
  • Patchell, Mr. Wm. H., Steam Superheating, 196, 197
  • Pentrich Collieries, Derbyshire, Views in tbe, 316, 320
  • Petter and Hill and Boll’s Oil Motor Carriage, 350
  • Pollitt, Mr. Harry, Express Locomotive, Man¬chester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway (Supplement, Marek 2Qth, 1896)
  • Polonceau, M. E., Locomotive Engine with Corliss Valve, Paris and Orleans Railway, 490, 491
  • Portsmouth, New Docks at, 181, 182, 185, 192
  • Propfe Milt for Grinding Coal Dust Fuel, 407
  • Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ammonia Ice-making Plan*, 516, 517
  • QUEEN of the North,”s.s , Locomotive Boiler, Messrs. Laird Bros. (Supplement, January 24th, 1896)
  • RACINE Carriage with Kane-Pennington Eagine, 3
  • Radiator Butter Maker, Tbe, 613
  • Randolph Steam Coach, 1872, Crystal Palace Ex¬hibition, 461, 465
  • Ransomes and Co., Messrs. A., Log Band Saw with Canting Pulleys, 277
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Potato Planter, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 639
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Shaft Governor, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 638
  • Riusames, Sims, and Jefferies, Showman's Road Locomotive, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 639
  • Ritcliffe, Mr. E. S., Simplex Dead Lock Belt Shifter, 541
  • Reed Water-tube Boiler, The, 172
  • Remsoheid and Chemnitz Waterworks, The Masonry Dams, 494
  • Resal, M., The Mirabeau Bridge over the Seine, 609, 615, 618, 635
  • Rhodes’ Steam Carriage, 265
  • Ribble Improvement Works, Map Showing, 492
  • Riotte Motor Bicycle, 4
  • Robey and Co., Messrs., Road Steamer and Omnibus, 52
  • Rochester Bridge, The, 290, 291
  • Rowe, Mr. Chas. W., Water-tight Doors in tho Navy, 467
  • Royal Engineering and Shipbuilding Co., Triple-¬expansion Engines of the Tugboat “ Ocean,” 238, 239
  • Russell and Powles, Messrs., A New Integrator, 83
  • Russell—see Electrical Indicator for Ships’ Lights, Fig. 5, 582
  • St. HELENS, The Eleotro-Chemleal Company’s Works, 370
  • St. Pancras Electric Lighting, 258, 259, 260, 261, 284, 285 286, 287, 288, 289
  • Salonius, Mr. Gustaf, Butter-maker, 613
  • Salford Sewage Works, Sketch Plan of the, 68
  • Sohau, Mr. P., Brunn’s Automatic Feed-water Softener, 162
  • Scblick, Herr Otto, On Signs of Weakness in Tank Steamers, 651
  • Schmidt’s Compound Horizontal Engine for Superheated Steam, 212
  • Schmidt's Engine and Boiler for Superheated Steam, 105, 107, 109
  • “ Soot,” The Mail Steamer, 212, 291, 291
  • "Scud,” The Steam Yacht, 597
  • Seaton, Mr. A. E., Oo Mysterious Fractures in Steel, 377
  • Seine, Mirabeau Bridge over the, 609, 615, 618
  • Shanks and Co., Messrs. Thos., Horizontal and Vertical Planing Machine, 441 Simon’s Steam Motor Velocipede, 5
  • Simp3on and Co., Messrs. Jas., Triple-expansion Worthington Pumping Engines, Johannesburg Waterworks, 12
  • Smit and Zoon, Messsrs., Tugboat “ Ocean,” 235, 238, 239
  • Smith and Coventry, Messrs., Heavy Turning and Boring Mill, 222
  • Smulders, Mr. A. F., Dredger and Hydraulic Spoil Elevator and Conveyor, Baltic Ship
  • Canal (Supplement, January 3rd, 1896)
  • Snowdon Rack Railway, The Accident on the, 371, 375. 402
  • Société Mé.u'lurgique, Brussels, Locomotives, Belgian Light Railways, 439, 440, 441
  • Scciété S\ Leonard, Liège, Locomotives, Belgian Light Railways, 440, 445
  • Soho Foundry, A Curious Old Watt Engine, 208
  • Soliani, Col. N., Water-tight Doors, 325, 326
  • Sprague Electric Elevator, Fig. 6, 582
  • Stanley, Mr. H. C., The Albert Railway Bridge, Queensland, 53, 54, 60
  • Starley’s “RoverCob” Bicycle, 54
  • Steiger, Mr. Alph., On Turbine Plants, 548, 549
  • Stroud Canal, 461
  • Sturge’s Storage Battery Carriage, 1
  • Sundale Packing Block, The, 589
  • Swales’ Spoon Dredger, 266
  • Symmons, Mr. P. W., Coal Storago Hoppers, Ransome’s Dock, Battersea, 163
  • TAYLOR and Hattersley, Messrs., Three-Wire Cutting and Straightening Machine, 351
  • Taylor and Hubbard’s Steam Crane, Royal Agri¬cultural Society’s Show, 641
  • Thames Paddle Steamer “Southend Belle,” 592, 597
  • Thames and Severn Canal, 460, 461, 468
  • Thomson, Mr. Thomas, Reservoir Dams with Iron Sheeting, 459
  • Todd's Steam Carriage, 132
  • Turner, Messrs. E. R. and F., Compound Con¬densing Engine and Multitubular Bailer, 317
  • Turner, Messrs. E. R. and F., Wheat Washer and Whizzer, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 640
  • UNITED STATES, The First Locomotive in the, 123
  • United States Locomotives, The Fay-Richardson Valve, 623
  • United States, 13in. Gun, Breech Mechanism of tbe, 487
  • “VICTORIOUS,” Anchor Gear for H.M.S., 232
  • Vulcan Works, Stettin, The, 564, 588, 589
  • WAINWRIGHT Water-tube Feed-water Heater, Fig. 9, 583
  • Wallis and Steevens, Spring Mounted Traction Engine, 86
  • Wallwork and Wells' E'.eetric-Driven Painting Machine, 499
  • Walters’ Excentric Shifting Gear, 215
  • Watkinson, Prof. W. H., On Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, 351, 352
  • Watt, Mr. J., On Water-tube Boilers, 318
  • Watt Engine, A Curious Old, Soho Foundry, 208
  • Webb, F. W., Glass Water Gauge Protector, 34
  • Wegener Powdered Fuel Apparatus for Steam Boiler Furnaces, Messrs. Bryan Donkin and Co., 485
  • Westinghouse Electric Tramway System, The, 170, 171
  • Wheeler-Sterling Projectiles, 487
  • White, Mr. J. S., Steam Yacht “ Scud,” 597
  • Wilkinson and Sons, Messrs. G., Three-head Surface Milling Machine, 367
  • Wilson, Mr. John, Cutter Bridge at Ely, 77
  • Wilson, Mr., Worship-street Bridge, Liverpool-street Station, Great Eastern Railway, 415
  • Worcester and Birmingham Canal, Steam and Towing Barges, Mr. J. McGregor, 97 Worthington Electric Pump, Method of Wiring the Motor, Fig. 1, 581
  • Worthington Pumping Engines, Johannesburg Waterworks, 12
  • YARROW Boilers, Expanding Tubes in, 513
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Austrian Torpedo-boat “ Viper,” 343
  • Yarrow and Hilditch’s Steam Carriage, 1862, 264
  • Yarrow Water-tube Boilers for Dutch Cruisers, 343, 344
  • Yates, Mr. Edward, A New Steam Trap, 626
  • ZUF1KON-BREMGARTEN, Turbines at, 575

Subject Matter

  • ACETYLENE, Commercial Value of, 417
  • Air Pump, Raising Water by an, 83
  • Ammonia Ice-making Plant, The Pulsometer Engineering Company, 516, 517
  • Anchor Gear for H.M.S. “ Victorious,” 232
  • Annealing of Hard-faced Armour Plates, Local) Mr. H. N. Lemp, jun.,355, 356
  • Arc Lamp, The Jandus, 93
  • Armour, Double-forged Carnegie, 56
  • Armour Plates, American, 56
  • Armour Plates, Bethlehem, 32
  • Armour Plates, Experiments with Krupp, 112,
  • Armour Plates, Local Annealing of Hard-faced, Mr. H. N. Lamp, jun., 355, 356
  • Automatic Block Signals, Electro-pneumatic, 9, 10
  • BALING Press, Self-filliDg Perpetual, Messrs. J. and F. Howard, 573
  • Bar, Apparatus for Making, Mr. A. Dick, 464
  • Barges, Steam and Towing, Worcester and Bir¬mingham Canal, Mr. J. McGregor, 97 Battery “G,” Electric Light Railway Company, Fig. 2, 581
  • Battleships, German, 586
  • Belt Shifter, Simplex Dead-lock, Mr. E. S. Ratcliffe, 541
  • Bicycles, American Steam Motor, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
  • Bicycle Chain Riveting Machiue, Messrs. John Adt and Son, 170
  • Bicycles, The Humber, 54
  • Bicycle Show, The New York, 188, 189
  • Bicycle, Starley’s, 54
  • Block Signals, Electro-pnenmatic, 9,10
  • Blower, Hodges’ Compound, 431
  • Boilers, Circulation in Water-tube, 28, 29, 30
  • Boilers, Expanding Tubes in Yarrow, 513
  • Boiler, 500-Horse Power Heine, Fig. 8, 582
  • Boiler, Locomotive, s.s. “ Queen of the North,” Messrs. Laird Brothers (Supplement, January 24th, 1896)
  • Boiler, Multitubular, Messrs. E. R. and F. Turner’s Compound Condensing Engine and, 317
  • Boiler, The Reed Water-tube, 172
  • Boiler, Semi-portable Compound Eogine and, Messrs. Mann and Charlesworth, 342
  • Boilers, Water-tube, for Dutch Cruisers, Messrs. Yarrow and Co., 343, 344
  • Boilers, Water-tube, s.s. “ Aberdeen,” 311, 312
  • Boilers, Water-tube, Prof. W. H. Watkinson on Circulation in, 351, 352
  • Boilers, Water-tube, Mr. J. Watt on, 318
  • Boring and Drilling Machine, Multiple, Messrs. Cunliffe and Croom, 247
  • Breech-Mechanism of tin United States 13in. Gud, 487
  • Bridge over the Clyde at Glasgow, Proposed New, 233
  • Bridge Flooring, Barker’s, 82
  • Bridge, Inverness, The New Waterloo, 366, 392, 394
  • Bridge, New Cantilever, Paris, 499
  • Bridge over the Ouse at Ely, Great Eastern Rail¬way, Mr. John Wilson, 77
  • Bridge, Queensland, The Albert Railway, Mr. H. C. Stanley, 52, 53, 60
  • Bridges, Road, Public Works, Lower Assam Division, Contracts Open, 190
  • Bridge, The Rochester, 290, 291
  • Bridge over the Seine, The Mirabeau, 609, 615, 618, 635
  • Bridge, Timber, over Glennies Creek, New South Wales, 520, 525, 526
  • Bridge, Worship-street, Liverpool-straet Station, Great Eastern Railway, 415
  • Butter Maker, The Radiator, 613, 614
  • CABLING and Serving Machine, Messrs. Johnson and Phillips, 420
  • Cam and Lever Punching and Shearing Machine, Mr. John Cameron, 223
  • Canals Connecting London, Bristol, Worcester, Staffordshire, 460, 461, 468
  • Canal, The Jonage, 541
  • Canal Lift, The Heinrichsburg, Messrs. Haniel and Lueg, 388, 389
  • Canal, Ship, Bristol and English Channel, 273. 274
  • Canal, The Stroud, 461
  • Carriage, The Benton-Harbour Motor Company’s, 40
  • Casting Pump Pipes, 79
  • Chimneys, Demolishing, Mr. A. Denny, 263
  • Chimney Disaster at Burnley, The, 144, 145
  • Chimney Underpinned, Broughton Paper Mills, 222
  • Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, 28, 29, 30
  • Coal Storage Hoppers, Mr. P. W. Symmons, 163
  • Cock and Valve, Surface Scum, Marks and Mordey’s, 355
  • Collieries, Derbyshire, Views in the Pentrich, 316, 320
  • Compensating Nuts, Messrs. Drysdale and Stod- dart’s, 461
  • Conduits, Doulton’s Stoneware, 237
  • Copying Lathe, An Early, 92, 93
  • Corn Pith Cellulose for Warships, Mr. Mark Marden, 40
  • Crane, Compound Road Locomotive with, Messrs. J. Fowler and Co., 572
  • Crane, Locomotive Steam, Messrs. Marshall, Fleming, and Jack, 420
  • Crane, Steam, Messrs. Taylor and Hubbard, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 641 Crane, Ten-ton Hydraulic, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 342
  • Crane, Travelling, Parkhead Forge, 154
  • Cultivator, Spring Steel Tine, Messrs. W. N. Nicholson and Sons, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 642
  • Cutter Bridge at Ely, Great Eastern Railway. Mr. John Wilson, 77
  • Cycle Mechanics, The Newest Crank, 265
  • DAM Failure, The Bouzey, 50
  • Demolishing Chimneys, Mr. A. Denny, 266
  • Digger, Steam, The Cooper Steam Digger Com¬pany, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 640, 644
  • Disc Wheel Steamboat, The Bazin, 502
  • Docks, Barry, 135, 136, 137
  • Docks, Bristol (Maps), 307, 308
  • Docks and Docking Appliances, Mr. Lyonel Clark on, 623, 653
  • Docks, New East, Barry Docks, 585
  • Docks at Portsmouth, New, 181, 182, 185, 192
  • Double-forged Plates, Carnegie’s, 215
  • Dredger and Hydraulic Spoil Elevator and Con¬veyor on the Baltic Ship Canal, Mr. A. F. Smulder's (Supplement, January 3rd, 1896)
  • Drilling and Boring Machine, Multiple, Messrs. Cunliffe and Croom, 247
  • Dry Process as Applied to Gold Mining, Messrs. J. Harvey and Co.’s Reduotion Mill, 146
  • ECONOMISER. Green's (Fig. 10), 593
  • Electric Carriages, American, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 146
  • Electric Elevator, The Sprague (Fig. 6), 582
  • Electric Heater, Gold’s (Fig. 7), 582
  • Electric Indicator for Ship>' Lights, The Rmsell we Fig. 5, 582
  • Electric Limps given in Mr. A. S. Barnards Paper. 612
  • Electric Light Station, Islington, 533, 537, 544
  • Electric Lighting, St. Pancras, 258, 261, 284, 285, 286, 287, 288, 289 t
  • Electric Pump, The Worthington, Method of Wiring the Motor (Fig. 1), 581
  • Electric Rifle, The Blake, 84
  • Electric Tramway System, The Westinghouse, 170, 171
  • Electric Turrets, Canet, 57
  • Electric Works, The Crocker Wheeler Company’s, Heavy Punch Press and Hydraulic Armature Press with Electric Motors, 164
  • Electricity Station at the India and Ceylon Exhibition (Supplement, May 22nd, 1896), 514
  • Electro-Chemical Company’s Works, St. Helens, 370
  • Electro-pneumatic Automatic Block Signals, 9, 10
  • Engine and Air Compressor, Gas, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 273
  • Engine and Boiler, Semi-portable Compound, Messrs. Mann and Charleswortb, 342
  • Engine and Boiler for Superheated Steam, Schmidt’s, 105, 107, 109
  • Engines, Centrifugal Series Pump and, Messrr. John and Henry Gwynne, 390
  • Engine Change Valve, Mr. H. A. Ivatt’s Com¬pound, 417
  • Engine, Chapman’s Link Movement, 272
  • Engine with Collman Valve Gear, Compound Horizontal, Messrs. Jessop and Son, 156, 158, 160
  • Engines, Compound Traction, Messrs. Chas. Burrell and Sons, 494
  • Engine, Cornish Pumping, Messrs. Hathorn, Davey, and Co., 84, 85, 88
  • Engine, A Curious Old Watt, Soho Foundry, 208
  • Engine, Duplex Oil, Clarke’s Crank and Forge Company, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 638
  • Engine and Dynamo, Compound, Messrs. J. P. Hall and Co., 247
  • Engines, High Speed, Messrs. Easton and Bes¬semer, 572
  • Engines, Horizontal Compound, Messrs. Daniel Adamson and Co., 544
  • Engines, Mill, 300 Indicated Horse-power, Messrs. Cochrane and Co., 559, 560, 561 Engine and Multitubular Boiler, Compound Con¬densing, Messrs. E. R. and F. Turner, 317
  • Engine, Portable Oil, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 638 Eogines, Pumping, Colchester Waterworks, 27, 33
  • Engines, Reversing Rolling Mill, Parkhead Forge, 154
  • Engine Stop, The Bonta Safety, 583
  • Engine for Superheated Steam, Schmidt’s Com¬pound Horizontal, 212
  • Engine?, Traction, 86
  • Engine, Traction, Messrs. Foden and Sons, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 644 *Engines, Triple-expansion Paddle, of the “Southend Belle,” Messrs. Denny and Sons,
  • 592, 597
  • Eagines, Triple-expansion, Tugboat “ Ocean,” 238, 239
  • Eugines, Triple-expansion Worthington Pumping, Johannesburg Waterworks, 12 *Engines and Water-tube Boilers, s.s. “ Aber¬deen,” 311, 312
  • Engines—see also Locomotives Excentrie Shifting Gear, Walters’, 215
  • Exhibition Buildings at Nuremburg, 637
  • Expanding Tubes in Yarrow Boilers, 513
  • Expansion Gear, Cameron's, 560
  • FEED-WATER Heaters, Berryman, 131
  • Feed-water Softener, Brunn’s Automatic, Mr. P. Schau, 162
  • Fire-engine, Floating Steam, Messrs. Merry weather and Sons, 336
  • Floating Steam Fire-engine, Messrs. Merry- weather and Sons, 336
  • Forge, Parkhead, 140, 154, 166
  • Forging Press, Hydraulic, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 316
  • Furnaces, Megass and Refuse, 41, 42
  • GAS Eagine and Air Compressor, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 273
  • Gases, Liquefying, The Hampson System, 310
  • Glass Water Gauge Protector, Mr. F. W. Webb, 34
  • Guns, Buckland’s Maxim, 118, 119
  • Gun Carriage, The Buffington Crozier, 41
  • HOPPERS, Coal Storage, Mr. P. W. Symmons, 163
  • Horseless Carriages, 1875 and 1868, 421
  • Horseless Carriages at the Crystal Palace Exhibition, 461, 465
  • Horseless Carriages at the Imperial Institute Exhibition, 472, 473
  • Horseless Carriage (Oil Motor), Messrs. Petter and Hill and Boll, 350
  • Horseless Carriages, Some, 264, 265
  • Hose Reel, Gossage’s, 502
  • ICE-MAKING Plant, Ammonia, The Pulsometer Engineering Company, 516, 517 Indicator Gear for High Speed Engines, Messrs. Davey, Paxman, and Co., 473
  • Inland Navigation in France, 541
  • Insulating Underground Steam Pipes, Mr. E. Kidwell, 377
  • Integrator, A New, Mr. A. Russell and Mr. H. H. P. Powles, 83
  • LANDING Stage, Liverpool, 540
  • Lathe, Brass Finishers’, Messrs. Carter and Wright, 512
  • Lathe, An Early Copying, 92, 93
  • Lathe, Sliding and Surfacing Brake, Mr. W. I Asquith, 40
  • Lift, The Eureka Suspended, Messrs. J. and H. ? Brookes, 121, 122
  • Lift, Heinrichsburg Canal, 388. 389
  • L'nk Movement Engine, Chapman's, 272
  • Liquefying Gases, The Uampson System of, 310
  • Locomotives, Belgian Light Railways (Supplemeat, May Is/, 1896), 4?9, 440, 441, 445
  • Locomotive Boiler, as. “Queen of the North,”
  • Messrs. Land Brothers (Supplement, January 2\th, 1896)
  • Locomotives on Common Roads, Steam, Messrs. Chia Burrell and Sons, 51
  • Locomotives on Common Roads, Steam, Mr. A. Fletcher, 85. 86
  • Locomotive, Compound, Mr. E. Biguley, 450
  • Locomotive, Compound Express, Great Southern and Western Railway, Ireland, Mr. H. A. 1 Ivatt, 417, 424
  • Locomotive, Compound Road and Van, Messrs. Aveling and Porter, 52
  • Locomotive, Compound, for Steep Inclines, Mr. Riekie, 617
  • Locomotive with Crane, Componnd Road, Messrs. J. Fowler and Co., 572
  • Locomotive Crank Axle, London and North- Western Riilway, 451
  • Locomotive?, Early, Great Southern and Western Railway, Ireland, 80. 81
  • Locc motive Engine with Crliss Valve, Paris and Orleans Railway, M. E. Polonceau, 490, 491
  • Locomotive Eogine, No. 60, Midland Railway, 539
  • Locomotive, Passenger, Midland Railway, 1848, Mr. D. Joy. 246
  • Locomotive. Express Passenger, Midland Railway, Portfolio Working Drawing No. 5 (Supplement, June 5lh, 1896)
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, Midland Railway, Mr. S. Johnson (Supplement, January 31st, 1896)
  • Locomotive, Express, Boston and Albany Railroad, 614, 622
  • Locomotive, Express, Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, Mr. Henry Pollitt (Sup¬plement, March 20th, 1896)
  • Locomotive, The First in the United States, 123
  • Locomotive, The “Jenny Lind,” Midland Rail¬way, Mr. D. Joy, 25, 36, 246, 528, 539
  • Locomotive, Leeds Northern Railway Tank, 396
  • Locomotive, Narrow Gauge Goods, Messrs.
  • Neilson and Co. (Supplement, February 2Sth, 1896)
  • Locomotive, The New Caledonian Express, 211, 242
  • Locomotive, Passenger, Messrs. Bury, Curtis, and Kennedy, 64, 65, 66
  • Locomotive, Showman’s Road, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 639
  • Locomotive, 10ft. Wheel, designed by John Grantham, 10
  • Log Band Saw with Canting Polleys, Messrs. A. Ransome and Co., 277
  • Lubrication of Plain Parallel Surfaces, Messrs. Deeley and Wo'ff, 25, 26
  • Lubricator, Lunkenheimer's Automatic Graphito Standard Sight Feed, 272
  • MACHINE Toole, Messrs. Kendall and Gent, 395, 398
  • Maps:
  • Map of Banavie and Mallaig Railway and Harbour, 486
  • Map of Crinsn Ship Canal, 503
  • Maps, Highland Railway Schemes, 500, 5C3
  • Map, The Jonage Canal, 541
  • Map and Plan of the Barry Docks, 136
  • Map Showing Ribblo Improvement Works. 492
  • Margarine Factory, Southall, Monsted’s, 403, 404, 40p
  • Masonry Dams, Remscheid and Chemnitz Water- | works, 492
  • Megass and Refuse Furnaces, Mr. Wm. Price Abell. 41, 42
  • Mill Engines, 300 Indicated Horse-power Triple-expansion, Messrs. Cochrane and Co., 559, 560, ' 561
  • Mill for Grinding Coal Dast Fuel, The Propfe, 407
  • Mill, Heavy Turning and Boring, Messrs. Smith [ and Coventry, 222
  • Milling Machines, Messrs. Kendal and Gent, 395, ] 398
  • Milling Machine, Three-head Surface, Messrs. G. Wilkinson and Sons 367
  • Milling Machines, Vertical and Horizontal, Messrs. Hulse and Co., 568
  • Motor Carriages, American, 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 146
  • Motor Carriage with Benz Motor, Arnold's, 472 473
  • Motor Carriage (Bicycle), The Duncan and Sapsrbie, 472
  • Motor Carriage, Daimler Motor, MM. Panhard and Lsvassor, 472
  • Motor Carriage (Tricycle) The Dion and Bouton, 473
  • NAVAL Architectnre—Stability. 207, 327
  • Naval Architecture Curve» of Stability, 386, 387
  • Naval Architecture—A Few Principles Properly Explained, 49, 283
  • Naval Architecture—Tonnage and Freeboard, 497
  • “Newest Crank,” Toe, 265
  • Nuts, Compensating, Messrs. Drysdale and Stod¬dart, 461
  • PACKING Blook, The Sundale, 589
  • Paddle Steamer, “ Kóningin Wilhelmina,” 257, 268
  • Painting Machine, Wallwork and Wells’ Electric- driven, 499
  • Pdndulum Sifter, Carter's, 572
  • Permanent Way of Belgian Light Railways, 362, 363
  • Permanent Way, Mr. Corn. Lundie, 466
  • Permanent Way, Muirhead’s Wrought Steel Rail¬way Chair, 444
  • Pier, Tho Dunoon Burgh, 346 Pipes, Casting Pump, 79
  • PlaningMach'ne, Horizontal and Vertical, Messrs. Thos. Shanks and Co., 444
  • Plates, Carnegie’s Double-forged, 215
  • Police Telegraph System, The Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Co., Figs. 3, 4, 581
  • Portraits:
  • Portrait of Mr. Wm. Adam, 402
  • Portrait of Sir Edw. Harland, 8
  • Potato Planter, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 639
  • Powdered Fuel Apparatus for Steam Boiler Furnaces, Wegener, Messrs. Bryan, Donkin, and i Co , 485
  • Presses, with Electric Motors, Heavy Punch, and Hydraulic Armature, 164
  • Projectiles, Wheeler-Sterling, 487
  • Pump, Bailey's Hydraulic Sewage, 184
  • Pump and Engines, Centrifugal Series, Messrs. John and Henry GwynDe. 390
  • Pumping Pipes, Casting, 79
  • Pumping Engines, Colchester Waterworks, 27, 33
  • Pumping Engine, Cornish Cycle, Messrs. Hathorn, Davey, and Co., 84, 85, 88
  • Pumping Engines, Triple Expansion Wortbington, Johannesburg Waterworks, 12
  • Pumps, Rotary and Plunger, Nuremburg Exhi¬bition, Maschinen and Armatur Fabrik, 637
  • Punch Press with Electric Motcr, Heavy, 164
  • Punching and Shearing Machine, Cano and Lever, Mr. John Cameron, 223
  • RACK Railway, Accident oa the Snowdon, 371, 375, 402
  • Raising Wator by an Air Pump, The Knowles I Steam Pump Works, 83
  • Railway Bridge, Queensland, The Albert, Mr. H. C. Stanley. 52, 53. 60
  • Railway Carriage Lavatories, Messrs. Morrison rnd iDgram, 431
  • Riilway Carriage Warming Apparatus, Messrs. Howard and Taite's, 329
  • Railway, The Dalmuir and Clydebank, 562
  • Railway and Harbour, Mallaig, 486
  • Railway Profile, Erie to Buffalo, Lake Shore, 313
  • Reduction Mill, Messrs. Julius Harvey and Co., 146
  • Refuse Destrnctor and Electric Lighting Station, King’s Road, 258, 259, 281, 285, 286, 287, 288, 289
  • Rifle, The Blake Electric, 84
  • Road Carriages, American, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
  • Road Carriages, Some Steam, 132, 133 Road Locomotives, 51, 52
  • Roid Steamer and Omnibus, Messrs. Robsy and Co., 52
  • Rolling Mill Engines, Dowlais Works, Cardiff « (Supplement, April lOf/i, 1896)
  • Rolling Mill Eagines, Reversing, Parkhead Forge, 154
  • Rolling Stock, Belgian Light Railways (Supple¬ment, May ltt, 1896), 440
  • Railing Stock, Oude and Rohilound Railway, 58
  • SALVAGE Appliances, Mr. J. G. Kinghorn on, I 321
  • Saw, Lag Band, with Canting Pulleys, Messrs. A. Ransome and Co., 277
  • Sawing, Boring, Drilling, and Spoke Tanging Machine, Mr. Hardman, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 641
  • Schooner “Honolulu,” The Four-masted, 428
  • Self-Propelled Carriages, American, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
  • Sewage Works, Salford, Sketch Plan of, 68
  • Sewerage Scheme, Blackrod District Council, 184
  • Shaft Governor, Messrs. Ransomes, Simp, and Jefferies, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, | 638
  • Shifting Gear, Walter’s Excentric, 215
  • Ship Canal, Bristol Channel and English Chanael, j 273, 274
  • Sifter, Carter’s Pendulum. 572
  • Signals, Electro-pneumatic Automatic, 9, 10
  • Slide Valve Friction, C. D.. 120
  • Slide Valve Friction, Mr. E. J. M. Davies, 34
  • Sliding and Surfacing Brake Lathe, Mr. W. ' Asquith, 40
  • Sluices and Improvement Workp, Proposed Dae. 234
  • Station, King's Cross, Old Buildings Removed for j Building, 652
  • Steamboat, The Basin Wheel, 502
  • Steam Carriage, Cugnot’s, 623
  • Steam Carriage, 1868, Mr. Knight, 421
  • Steam Carriage, 1875, Mr. Neville Grenville, 421
  • Steam Carriages, American, 1. 2, 3, 4, 5,146
  • Steam Carriages, Same, 264, 265
  • Steam Coach, 1872, Tbe Randolph, 461, 465
  • Steam Crane, Messrs. Taylor and Hubbard, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 641
  • Steam Digger, Cooper, Royal Agricultural j Society's Show, 640, 644
  • Steam Flowing through a Horizontal Pipe, Distribution of Moisture in, Mr. D. S. Jacobus, 124
  • Steam Launch for Ambulance Service, 108
  • Steam Locomotives on Common Roads, Mr. A. Fletcher on, 85, 86, 106
  • Steam Piping, Methods of Insulating Underground Systems of, 201
  • Steam Road Carriages. Some, 132, 133
  • Steam, Superheating, Mr. Wm. H. Patchell, 196, 197
  • Steam Trap, A New, Mr. Edward Yates, 626
  • Steam Yacht, "Scud,”The, 597
  • Steamer, “Scot,” Lengthening the Mail, 212,291, 294
  • Steamer, Thames Paddle, the “ Southend B;lle,” 592, 597
  • Steel Fractures, Mr. A. E. Seaton on, 377
  • Steel Railway Chair, Harrison’s Patent, 498
  • Sterilised Butter Making Plant, Mr. Gustaf Salenius, 613, 614
  • Stoneware Conduits, Houlton's, 237
  • Surface Scum Cock and Valve, Marks and Mordey's, 355
  • TANK Steamers, Signs of Weakness in, Herr Otto Scblick on, 651
  • Te'autograpb, Prof. Elisha Gray's, 565, 566
  • Three-wire Cutting and StreLgtbening Machine,
  • Messrs. Taylor and Hattersley, 351
  • Timber Bridge over Glenniss Creek, New South Wales, 520, 525. 526
  • Torpedo Boat, “ Viper,” The Austrian, 313
  • Traction Engines, 86
  • Traction Engines, Compound, Messrs. Chas. Burrell and Sons, 494
  • Tramcar, Narrow-gauge Self-propelled, The Daimler Motor Car, 596
  • Tramway Accident at Bradford, 498
  • Tricycle, American Carrier, 146
  • Tricycles, American Steam Motor, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
  • 146
  • Tugboat "Ocean,” The Dutch, Messrs. Smit and Zoon, 235, 238. 239
  • Turbines at tbe Geneva Waterworks, 575
  • Turbines at the Neuhausen Aluminium Works, 575
  • Turbine Plants, Mr. Alpb Steiger on, 548, 549
  • Turbine, Tests of a 10-Horse Power Steam, 477
  • Turbines at Zufikon-Bremgarten, 575
  • Turning and Boring Mill, Messrs. Smith and Coventry, 222
  • Turrets, Canet Electric, 57
  • VACUUM Brake on the Midland Railway, The, 183
  • Valve, Tbe Fay-Ricbardson, 623
  • Valve Gear, Engino with Coleman, 156, 158, 160
  • Velocipedes, American Steam Motor, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 146
  • WARSHIPS, Corn Pith Cellulose for, 40
  • Warships and Dock Entrances, Modem, 217
  • Warship "Fuji," Japanese, 339
  • Water Gauge Proteotor, Glass, Mr. F. W. Webb, 34
  • Water Supply, Howrah, 354
  • Water-tight Doors, Capt. the Right Hon. Lord Chas. Beresford, 314
  • Water-tight Doors, Col. N. Soliani on, 325, 326
  • Water-tight Doors in the Navy, Mr. Chas. W. Rowe on, 467
  • Water-tube Boilers, Circulation in, 28, 29, 30
  • Water-tube Feed-water Heater, The Wainwright (Fig. 9), 583
  • Waterworks at Choisy-le-Roi, Paris, 338
  • Waterworks, Glasgow, On the Flow of Water in the Aqueduct from Loch Katrine, 55
  • Waterworks, Masonry Dams, Remscheid and Chemnitz, 492
  • Wear of Tires on Passenger Engines (Diagrams), Mr. P. H. Dudley, 432
  • Wheat Washer and Whizzer, Messrs. E. R. and F. Turner, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 640
  • Works of Messrs. Blolm and Vces, Hamburg, 648 649