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The Engineer 1896 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
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A

  • 1896, 30
  • Abbott, Mr. George, His Fiftieth Year of Service, 187
  • Abell, Mr. W. P., Megass and Refuse Furnaces, 41
  • Abernethy, Mr. Jas., 271
  • Acceleration of Railway Speeds, 407
  • Accident, Bridge, at Victoria, B. C., 625
  • Accident, Cage, 213
  • Accident, Railway, in Algeria, 489
  • Accidents, Railway, 111. 139, 187, 213
  • Accidents, Railway, 1895, 393
  • Accidents on American Railways, 376, 519, 560, 591
  • Accident, Railway, on the Bedford Belt Railway, Ind., 463
  • Accidents, Railway, Canses of Two, 489
  • Accidents, Railway, on Indian Railways, 263
  • Accident, Railway, to the Leeds Express, 263
  • Accident, Railway, on the London and North-Western, 376
  • Accident, Railway, Narrow Escape of the London and North-Western Fast Train from, 161
  • Accidents, Railway, Returns for 1895, 393
  • Accident, Railway, at St. Louis, 419
  • Accident, Railway, on the Snowdon Rack Rail¬way, S71, 375, 402, 563
  • Accidents on Railways in the United States, 111
  • Accidents, Railway, in tbe United States in February. Record of, 419
  • Accident to Platelayers in Sapperton Tunnel, 393
  • Accident to Railway Servants, Returns as to, 419
  • Accident to W. Stevens, Engine Driver, Singular, 161
  • Accident with a Traction Engine, 625
  • Accumulators for Lighting Railway Carriages, Experiments with, 416
  • Accuracy in Mechanical Construction from the Manufacturer's and the Purchaser’s View, 90
  • Acetylene, Action of, upon Iron, Nickel, and Cobalt, reduced to Hydrogen, 643
  • Acetylene, Advantages of, as a Secondary Photo¬metric Standard, III
  • Acetylene, On the Combustion of, 248, 446
  • Acetylene, Commercial Value of, 417
  • Acetylene Gas, Professor Raoul Pictet on, 643
  • Acetylene Tank Explosion, An, 248
  • Acetylene Theory of Luminosity, Mr. V. B. Lawes’, 139
  • Acheson, Mr. E. G., Carborundum, 155
  • Ackermann, Mr. A. S. E , Testing the Materials of Construction, 233
  • Ackton Hall Colliery, Lord Masham's addition to, 393
  • Actinography, The New Photography should be called, 139
  • Adam, Mr. William, 402
  • Adamson and Co., Messrs. Dan, Horizontal Compound Engines, Islington Electrio Light Station, 534, 544
  • Adamson and Co., Messrs. Dan, Rolling Mill Engines, Dowlais Works, Cardiff (Supplement, April 1CM, 1896), 375
  • Admirable, 30
  • Admiralty, The, 31
  • Admiralty Contracts, 61, 193
  • Admiralty and the Homacoustic Apparatus, The, 263
  • Admiralty, Increased Rates of Salary sanctioned by, 293
  • Admiralty Programme, The, 616
  • Admiralty Tenders, 498
  • Admiralty and Messrs. Yarrow, The, 195
  • Adt and Son, Messrs., Bicycle Chain Riveting Machine, 170
  • Aerating Water in a Bottle, Devioe for, 474
  • Aeronautic Society in France, M. Fariot's 1 Bequest to the, 376
  • Africa, Railway for British Central, 111
  • African Lake and River Transport, 270
  • African Railways, South, Tenders for, 248
  • Abmedabad-Parantij Railway, Special Interest attaching to, 319, 353
  • Air Pomp, Raising Water by an, 83
  • Alarm, Electric Low Water, 84
  • Albert Railway Bridge at Indooroopilly, Queens¬land, 52, 53, 60
  • Albuminoids and External Work, Questions Rela¬ting to, 263
  • Algiers, Harbour Works at, 213
  • ‘‘Algoa,” Tbe Screw Steamer, 353
  • Allen, Mr. F., Timber Bridge over Glennies Creek, New South Wales, 523, 524, 525, 526, 527

Almanacks and Calendars for 1896: 10, 39, 91

  • Alternating Carrent Stations and High Voltage Lamps, On, 611
  • Aluminium Alloys prepared by M. Charles Margot, 625
  • Aluminium Bronz», To Obtain tbe Best Casting with, 643
  • Aluminium Cooking Utensils, Coating which Forms on. Pronounced Harmless by Messrs. Bowen, 353
  • Aluminium for “ Flash-light ” Photography, Use of, 353
  • Aluminium into Glass, On tbe Intrcductionof, 625
  • Aluminium, Growing Use of, 519
  • Aluminium, 'I he Manufacture of, Mr. Alfred E. Hunt on, 165
  • Aluminium, Production of, in the United States, 376
  • Aluminium, S‘eel will be Superseded by, 563
  • Aluminium Wire, M. Charles Margot's Experi¬ment with, 474
  • Amagat, M. E. H., On tho Specifio Heats of Gases, 139
  • Amalgamated Society of Engineers, General Policy of the, 484
  • Ambulance Service, Steam Launch for, 108
  • America and tbe Bessemer Process, 267
  • America, Railway Accidents in. 376, 519, 560, 591
  • America's Steel Production, 215
  • American Armour-plates, 56

American Engineering- News:

  • 98, 148, 176, 202, 278, 330, 356, 380, 407, 452, 574, 654
  • American Horseless Carriage Trials, Official Report, 274, 275
  • American Lines, Electric Power on, 187
  • American Locomotive Performance, 313, 317, 322
  • American Milling, Review of, 293

American Notes:

  • 23, 47, 72, 126, 150, 178, 204, 228, 281,304, 330, 352, 383, 408, 434, 455, 480, 506, 530, 552, 576, 604, 628, 656
  • American Patent Records, 423
  • Americsn Railway, Fast Run on an, 313, 322
  • American Rifles, Tosts of, 560
  • American Rolling Mills, On Four, 504
  • American Rolling Stock, Resistance of, 191
  • American and Russian Armour Trials, 32
  • American Self-propelled Carriages, 1, 40
  • American Society cf Civil Engineers, New House for the, 611
  • American Torpedo-boats, The New, 419
  • “ Amiral Doperré,” Cause of Explosion on Board the, 584
  • Ammonia Compressors, Scbau’s, 403, 405
  • Ammonia Ice-making Plant, Sheffield, 516, 517
  • Amur, Steam Navigation for the Province of, 161
  • Analysis, On the Introduction of Standard Methods of, 487
  • Anchors. Mr. W. Cooper Penn on, 452
  • AncHoè Gear for H.M.S. “ Victorious,” 282
  • Andrews, Mr. T. R., Series of Micrographs, Shown at the Royal Society’s Conversazione, 584
  • Anemometers, Mr. R. H. Curtis on the Exposure of, 516
  • Angle of Countersink for Ships’ Plates, Professor Weighton on the, 519
  • Angus Smith'8 Composition, 193
  • Animal Mechanics, A Question Relative to, 263
  • Annealing of Hard-faced Armour-plates, 355
  • Anstruther - Thomson and Allingham, Messrs., On Belgian Electrical Engineering Practice, 493
  • Anthracite Coal Regions, Capricious Distribution of Iron Oxide in the Rocks of, 419
  • Appert, Mr. Leon, On the Introduction of Alu¬minium into Glass, 625
  • Appleyard, Mr. R., On Dielectric?, 543
  • “ AquiloD,” Trial of the. 213
  • Arc Lamp, The Jandus, 33, 301
  • Arc Welding ia Connection with Steel Steam
  • Pipes and Fittings, 458 Arctic Circle, Railway Inside of the, 463
  • Arctic Hail and Thunderstorms, Mr. H. Harries on, 624
  • Ardrossan, 247
  • Argentine Government, Armoured Torpedo Boat Destroyers for the, 513
  • Argentine Navy, The New Destroyers for the, 329
  • Argon from Air, Volume, by Prof. Ramsay on the Methods of Extracting, 293
  • Argon, Lord Rayleigh on tho Chemical Position of, 489
  • Armour Belt of the “ Poltava,” Order for, Placed with the firm of Friedrich Krupp, 263
  • Armour, Carnegie’s Double-forged, 215
  • Armour, Krupp’s, 112, 113 Armour of Peace, The, 37
  • Armour, Perforation of, Formul® for Calculating, 429
  • Armour Plates, American, 56
  • Armour Plate, Bethlehem, 32
  • Armour Plates, Hardening of, 241
  • Armour Plates, Local Annealing of Hard-faced, 355
  • Armour Plates Supplied to the Russian Govern¬ment by the Carnegie Company, 446
  • Armour Plates for United States Battleships, Trial of, Ill
  • Armour-testing for Russia, 434
  • Armour Trials, American and Russian, 32
  • Armstrong, Captain, His Appointment as Dock-master at Middlesbrough, 139
  • Armstrong and Co., Sir G., Steel Foundry to be Erected in Japan by, 463
  • Armstrong, Lord, on Mr. Edison, 6
  • Army and Navy on the Defence of the Empire, Functions of the, 601
  • Arnold’s Motor Carriage with Benz Motor, 472, 473
  • “ Arrogant,” Launch of the, 489, 543
  • d’Arsonval, M.A., on Photography through
  • Opaque Bodies, 293 Asiatic Turkey, Railways in, 558
  • Asquith, Mr. W., Sliding and Surfacing Brake Lathe, 40
  • Asphalt Companies, Bill Aimed by New York Legislature at Foreign, 293
  • Assam-Burma Railway Survey, Result of, 293
  • Assay Balance, Auxiliary, 489
  • Assistant Engineers in the Royal Navy, 367

Association of Engineers, The Bristol:

  • Visit to H.M. Docks at Portsmouth, 474

Association, The British — see British Association:

Association of Engineers, The Leeds:

  • Annual Meeting for the Election of Officers, 418
  • Ship Canal for Leeds, Mr. R. Haste Carr, 202

Association of Engineers, The Manchester :

  • Development of the Milling Machine for Heavy Engineering Work, Mr. Sam. Dixon, 395
  • Fortieth Anniversary Dinner, Mr. Joseph Nasmith in the Chair, 170

Association of Foremen Engineers and Draughtsmen, The London:

  • Anniversary Festival, The Forty-third, 444
  • Annual Meeting, 52
  • Annual Dinner, 297
  • Manufacture of Crank and Propeller Shafts, and some of the Causes of their Breakage, Mr. Wm. Royal, 378

Association, Maritime Technical:

  • Problem of Speed, M. J. A. Normand, 510

Association of Mechanical Engineers, The Birmingham:

  • Application of Electricity to Motive Power Purposes, Mr. Thos. Meacock, 416
  • Capstan Lathes, their Construction and Utility, Mr. A. Calvert, 297
  • Half-Yearly Meeting, 614

Association of Municipal and County Engineers, Incorporated:

  • Programme of tho Midland Counties District Meeting, 301
  • Twenty-first Voluntary Pass Examination of Candidates for the Offices of Municipal Engi¬neers, &c., 434

Association, The Municipal Electrical:

  • Alternating Current Stations and High Voltage Limps, Mr. H. W. Couzens, 612
  • Cable Specifications and Tests, Mr. Joseph A. Jeckell, 634
  • Combined Electric Lighting and Traction Plant?, Mr. John Hesketh and Mr. John H. Rider, 636
  • Control by Municipal Authorities of Consuming Devices and the Wiring Connecting them to the Main, Mr. C. H. Wordingham, 633
  • Cost of Electricity Supply, The, Mr. Arthur Wright, 633
  • Electricity Supply at 220
  • Volts, Mr. A. S. Barnard, 611
  • Extensions to Outlying Districts, Mr. A. H. Gibbings, 636
  • First Annual Convention Programme, 558. 598. 611
  • President’s Inaugural Address, 598

Association of Waterworks Engineers, British:

  • 3, 11, 58, 96, 161,297, 387
  • Atlantic Coast Canals, Advocated, Government Ownership of, 213
  • Atmosphere of Great Towns, The, 496
  • Atmospheric Pressure, Dr. Buchan on the, 213
  • Auction Sale, The Greatest, 104
  • Australia, State and Private Railways, 393
  • Australia, How the Cable was Carried Across, 11
  • Australia, Proportion of Railway Mileage to Population, 446
  • Australia, Railways, Important in the Develop¬ment of. 419
  • Australian (West) Government Railways, Revenue and Expenditure on, 376
  • Australia (West), Mr. Piesse appointed Minister of Railways and Public Works, 319
  • Australian Colonies, Estimated Populations of and Railway Mileage and Population per mile, 446
  • Australian Colonies, Ganges adopted by, 416
  • Australian Notes:
  • 44, 148, 356, 408, 552, 576
  • Austria-Hungarian Navy, Addition to the, 574
  • Austrian Railways, 187
  • Austrian Torpedo Boat “ Viper," The, 343
  • Automatic Block Signalling, Electro-pneumatic, 9
  • Automatic Boiler Feed, Fitted to the “ Lynx ” not satisfactory, 446
  • Auxiliary Engines in Screw Steamers, 483
  • Aveling and Porter, Messrs., Road Locomotives, 52, 84
  • Aveling and Porter, Messrs., Spring Mounted Traction Engine, 85
  • Avon, Lockisation of the, 307
  • Ayrton and Mather’s Dynamo for Workshop Experiments, Royal Society’s Conversazione, 584

B

  • BABCOCK and Wilcox Company, Orders Received by, 416
  • Bacot, Mr. W. S., On the Maintenance of Roads and Streets in Suburban Towns, 162
  • Bailey’s Hydraulic Sewage Pump, 184
  • Baily, M., On Underground Haulage by Elec¬tricity, 393
  • Baines, Mr. H. S., 519
  • Baker-street and Waterloo Railway, Bill Relative to Extension of, 463
  • Balance, Assay, 489
  • Balance, Self-registering Thermometer, 489
  • Balance Sheet of a German Steelworks, 143
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, Locomotives Built in 1895, 263
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, Orders for Russia, 563
  • Baling Press, Self-filling Perpetual, 573
  • Ball Bearings for Centrifugal Machinery, 447
  • Ball Bearings, Side Pressure, 499
  • Balloon Aërophile, On the Ascent of the, 463
  • Balloon, Tbe North Pole, 438
  • Balloons, Firing at Captive, 620
  • Baltimore City Code, The City Commissioners to
  • be hereafter Civil Engineers, 353
  • Baltimore and Ohio Railway, Cars and Locomo¬tives for, 563
  • Banavie Junction, Lt.-Col. H. A. Yorke on the Accident at, 643
  • Bancroft, Mr. F. J., Stability of Tall Chimneys, 184
  • Band Saw, An Old, 11
  • Band Saw for Sweep and Bevel Work, Log, 277
  • Band Saws, Sweep Cutting, 301
  • Bandsept Burners, M. Broca on the, 591
  • Bangor, New Pier and Landing Stage for, 506
  • Bar, Dick’s Apparatus for Making, 462, 464
  • Barges, Steam and Towing, Mr. J. McGregor, 97
  • Barker’s Bridge Flooring, 82
  • Barker, Mr. A. F., Weaving Mechanisms, 202
  • Barker, Mr. E. G., Twelve-wheeled Tank Engine, 643
  • Barnard, Mr. A. S., on Electricity Supply at 220 Volts, 611
  • Barometer Readings, The Recent High, 213
  • Barrels, Damascus Hand-made Gun, 393
  • Barrels, Iron Petroleum, 552
  • Barron, Mr. H. J., Screwed Fittings for High Pressure, 350
  • Barry Docks, 135, 136, 137, 584, 585
  • Baterden, Mr. J. Rae, Road and Street Making in Towns, 217
  • Bath and West of England Agricul¬tural Show: 187
  • Particulars Relative to the Annual Exhibition, 187, 446, 489
  • Opening of the Show, 538
  • Carter’s Pendulum Sifter, 572
  • Compound Road Locomotive with Crane,
  • Messrs. J. Fowler and Co., 572
  • Easton and Bessemer's High-speed Engines, 573
  • Oil and Gas Engines, Name of Exhibitors of, 538
  • Radiator Butter-maker, M. Gustaf Salenius, 613
  • Traction and Portable Engines, Names of Exhi¬bitors of, 538
  • Batteries, One of the Large Type " G,” New York Exhibition, 581
  • Battersea, Electric Lighting Question at, 452
  • Battleship to be Built at Devonport, The New, 376
  • Battleship, Cause of Explosion on Board a French. 584
  • Battleships, Herr A. Dietrich on German, 586, 608
  • Battleship, An Old, 8
  • Battleship “ Yashima,” Launch of the Japanese,
  • Bavaria, Productive Power of, Nuremburg Exhi¬bition, 636
  • Baxter’s, Limited, Messrs., Anchor Gear for H.M.S. “ Victorious,” 232
  • Bayard, Mr., and H.M.S. “Calliope,” 550
  • Bazin Wheel Steamboat, The, 502
  • Bazin, M., on the Distribution of Velocities in Tubes, 643
  • Beacb, Mr. Alf. Ely, His Inventions, 86, 111
  • Beams of Mild Steel, Transverse Loads on, 10
  • Beare, Prof. T. Hudson, Problems Connected with the Theory, Working, and Testing of Gas Engines and Hot Air Motors, 68
  • Bearing, A Good, 44
  • Bearings, Railway Axle, 327
  • Bechnanaland Railway, The, 187
  • Becquerel, M. Henri, on the Invisible Radiations
  • Emitted by Phosphorescent Bodies, 263, 293
  • Becquerel, M. H., Invisible Radiations Emitted by Salts of Uranium, 376
  • Bedford Belt Railway, India, Accident on the, 463
  • Beglinger, Mr. W., On the Heat Conducting Power of Iron and Steel, 489
  • Beira Railway, Extension of the, 213
  • Belfast and County Down Railway, Major Marindin’s Report on the Accident on the, 161
  • Belfast and Dublin, Port9 of, their Relative 1 Prosperity, 438
  • Belgian Conseil Supérieure de l’lndustrie et Commerce, Re-organisation of, 587
  • Belgian Electrical Engineering Practice, Notes on, 493
  • Belgian Girders in Manchester, 96
  • Belgian Light Railways, Permanent Way of, 362
  • Belgian Light Railways, Types of Locomotives on (Supplement, May Is/, 1896), 439, 440, 441, 445
  • Belleville Boilers in the Royal Navy, 240
  • Belt Breakage at the Star Manufacturing Company, 625
  • Belts, How to Clean, 625
  • Belt Shifter, Simplex Dead-lock, Mr. E. S. Rit¬cliffe, 541
  • Belt Tighteners, Concerning Defective, 463
  • Bemrose and Sons’ Brown Sensitised Paper, 213
  • “Benbow,” Refit of the, 376
  • Bengal, Official Returns of Rail and River-borne Trade of, 353
  • Bennett, Sons, and Shears, Aluminium Cocks, 519
  • Bmneville, Mr. J. S. de, on tho Study of Alloys with Iron Carbides, 488
  • Benton Harbour Motor Company’s Carriage, 40
  • Benz Motor, Arnold’s Carriage with, 472, 473
  • BeDzine, Melting Point of, 591
  • Beresford, Tbe Right Hon. Lord Charles, on Water-tight Doors and their Dangers to Modern Fighting Ships, 314
  • Berkbamstead, Tenders for Sewerage and Sewage : Disposal, 221
  • Berlin Exhibition, The S.E. Railway Company’s Cheap Return Tickets to, 454
  • Bernardo's Arc Welding in connection with Steel Steam Pipes and Fittings, 458
  • Berryman Feed-water Heaters, 131
  • Bertrand, Mr. J., Theory of Gases, 519
  • Bessemer Medal Award, 462
  • Bessemer Process, The, 267, 299, 467, 538
  • Bessemer Process, America and the, 267
  • Bethlehem Armour Plate, Diagram of, 32
  • Beyer, Peacock, and Co., Twelve-wheeled Tank Locomotive, 643
  • Bicycles, Approximate Relation of Power to Speed in, 190
  • Bicycles to be carried free as Baggage, The New York Legislature, 446
  • Bicycle Chain Riveting Machine, 170
  • Bicycle Hub Forming Lathe, 564
  • Bicycle Show, The New York, 188
  • Bifilar Pendulum, A, Mr. Horace Darwin, 584
  • Bills in the Coming Session, Tramway, 376
  • Bill, Dam across the Dee, 519
  • Bill, The Dee Sluices, 234
  • Bill, The Floods Prevention, 625
  • Bills 1896, Highland Railway Schemes, 500
  • Bill, The Horseless Carriage, 323
  • Bill, Light Railways, 543, 591, 600
  • Bill, Metropolitan Railways, 519
  • Bills, Opposed Railway, 248
  • Bills in Parliament, Tramways, and Railways, Canals, &c., 31, 213, 422
  • Bill Passed Authorising the Charing Cross and Strand Electricity Supply Corporation to Light the Area of the Strand District Board of Works, 319
  • Bill Promoted by the Manchester Ship Canal Co., .484
  • Bills Relating to the Water Questions, 111
  • Bill Sanctioning Extension of Baker-street and Waterloo Railway, 463
  • Bill, The Sheffield District Railway, 519
  • Bills that have not Passed Standing Orders, 248
  • Binnie, Mr. A. R , Tunnel under the Thames at Blackwall, 259 .
  • Binny, Mr. W. M., Hot Water Heating, 139
  • Birkenhead Ironworks, Launch of a Torpedo Gun Vessel, 416
  • Birmingham and the Bristol Channel, 97
  • Birmingham Canal Navigations, 438
  • Birmingham Corporation, Public Works Depart¬ment of the, Proposed Re-arrangements in Consequence of Mr. Till's too Onerous Duties, 319
  • Birmingham, Important Railway Improvement Completed, 519
  • Births and Deaths Registered in Greater London in a Week, 31, 419, 489
  • Births and Deaths in London and Thirty-two other Great Towns of England and Wales, 31, 319, 419, 489, 543
  • Blackpool Great Wheel, Graydon v. Bassett, 159
  • Blackwall, Tunnel, The, 83, 209, 446, 554, 573
  • Blackwall Tunnel, Mr. Simpson on the, 554
  • Blackwall Tunnel, Total Cost of the Work in, 83
  • Blake Electrio Rifle, The, 84
  • “Blake,” Fatal Accident on Board the, 643
  • Blast Furnaces of the Cockerill Co., 446
  • Blast Furnace, Increased Yield cf the, 374
  • Blasting Operations in Mines, Safety Explosives for, 263
  • Blea Tarn Reservoir, The, 213
  • Blechynden, Mr. A., Transmission of Heat through Metal Plates, 509
  • Block Signalling, Electro-pnenmatic Automatic, 9
  • Blohm and Voss, Shipyard and Floating Docks, 590
  • Blohm and Voss, Messrs., their Works, Hamburg, 648, 649
  • Blower, Hodges’ Compound, 431
  • Blowing Engines at the Stanton Ironworks, 139
  • Blumenberg Process for making Chlorate of
  • Potash, Niagara Water Power applied to, 213
  • Board of Trade’s Report on Bills and Provisional Orders for the Session, 213
  • Board of Trade Report on Railway Accidents, 161, 213
  • Board of Trade’s Statement showing Production and Consumption of Coal, 591
  • Boilers, Belleville, in the Royal Navy, 240
  • Bjilera, British Types of Land, 199
  • Boilers, Commercial Efficiency of Steam, 386
  • Boiler, A Compound, Col. Soliani on, 335
  • Boilers for Electric Light Stations, 322, 399, 450
  • Boilers, Expanding Tubes in Yarrow, 513
  • Boiler Explosion on the Pennsylvania Railway, 187
  • Boiler Explosions in the United States, Locomo¬tive, 319, 543
  • Boiler Explosions during tho Year ended June 30th, 1895, 147

Boiler Inspection in New Zealand, 241

  • Boiler of the Locomotive Type, Largest, 293
  • Boiler, Locomotive, s.s, “ Queen of the North," Messrs. Laird Bros., Working Drawing (Sup¬plement, January 24th, 1896)
  • Boiler, Sarface Scum Cock and Valve for, 355
  • Boiler ? The Pierre Boeuf, 645
  • Boiler Plates, Testing Steel, 431
  • Boiler on the Steamer “St. Pierre,”Loose, Cause of Accident, 498
  • Boilers of Torpedo-boat Destroyers, The, 616
  • Boilers, Water-tube, 28, 30, 67, 146, 172, 202, 318, 335, 343, 372, 397, 446
  • Boilers, Water-tube, Mr. J. Watt, 318, 335
  • Boilers, Water-tube. Ordered of the Babcock and Wilcox Company, 446
  • Boilers, Water-tube, Stratton Separators, New York City, 446
  • Boiler, Water-tube, The Reed, 172
  • Boilers, Water-tube, Yarrow, 343
  • Boilers, Water-tube, Circulation in, 28, 30, 67, 118, 146, 335, 347, 351, 372, 397, 423, 450, 451, 467, 493, 495, 551
  • Bois de la Cambre and Schaerbeck Tramway Line to be Electrically Worked, 293
  • Bombay Corporation and Horseless Carriages The, 393
  • Bombay Municipality and Petroleum Automobile Traction for Meat, &c., Carts, 316
  • Bonta Safety Engine Stop, 583

Books Received:

  • 39, 63, 91, 117, 143, 169, 195, 245, 349, 402, 427, 449, 497, 523, 547, 571, 595, 621, 647
  • Boring and Drilling Machine, Multiple, 247
  • Boston, Shifting 3U0ft. of Water Main in, 463
  • Bouvines, Further Trial of the Armour-clad, 293
  • Bouzey Dam, Failure of the, 50
  • Boydell’s Engine, Steam Ploughing with, 319
  • Boys, Prof. C. V., Geometric Wall Brackets and Steady Blocks, 474
  • Bradford, Tramway Accident at, 498
  • Brahn, Mr. J., Geometry in Connection with the Stability of Ships, 335
  • Brake, Cycle, Hudson’s Rear-acting, 407
  • Brake, The Vacuum, on the Midland Railway, 182
  • Bran with Lime, Products obtained by the Dry Distillation of, 187
  • Brand, Herr Paul, Compressed Gas Rifle, 139
  • Brass Finishers’ Lathe, Messrs. Carter and Wright, 512
  • Brake Lathe, Sliding and Surfacing, 40
  • Brewer, Mr. W. J., Light Railways, 233
  • Brewster, Mr. E. H. G., on Nut-locks and Nut¬ locking Devices, 58
  • Brick-making at Peterborough, 563
  • Brick Paving, Specification for, adopted by Peoria, III., 449
  • Bridge Accident at Victoria, B.C., Inquiry into, 625
  • Bridge, The Albert Railway, Indooroopily Queensland, 52, 53, 60
  • Bridges, Concrete Arch, 364
  • Bridges Destroyed in Cbitral by Floods, 427
  • Bridge Flooring, 82, 145 Bridge Flooring, Barker’s, 82
  • Bridge at Glasgow, Proposed New Bridge, 233
  • Bridges, Life of Iron Railway, 157
  • Bridge over the Medway, Steel, 111
  • Bridge over the Ness, The New Waterloo, 366, 392, 394
  • Bridge over the Ouse at Ely, Great Eastern Rail¬way, 77, 78
  • Bridge at Paris, New Cantilever, 499
  • Bridges, Railway, for Branch Lines, 571
  • Bridges, Road, 190
  • Bridge, The Rochester, 290, 327
  • Bridge over the Seine, The Mirabeau, 609, 61 618
  • Bridge, Timber, over Glennies Creek, New South Wales, Mr. F. Allen, 520, 524,525, 526, 527
  • Bridges, Traffic on London and the Tower, 489
  • Bridge at Worship-street, Great-Eastern Railway Company, 414, 415
  • Brigg, Mr. T. H., The Mechanics of Horse Haul¬ing, 96, 234
  • Bristol Channel and English Channel Ship Canal, Proposed, 273, 340
  • Bristol Docks, The Problem of, 307
  • Bristol Harbour, 246

British Association:

  • Transfer of Heat through Plates with Differently Arranged Surfaces, Mr. W. G. Walker, 87
  • British Built Steam Yachts for American Owners, i 448
  • British Guiana Timbers, 263
  • British Patents, Application for, 643
  • British Pig Iron Trade Association and Foreign Competition, 301
  • British South African Company Authorise Ex¬tension of the Beira Railway, 213
  • British Types of Land Boilers, 199
  • British Warship Building Notes, 267
  • British Workshops, Some Special Features seen in, 271
  • Brooks, Messrs. J. and H., Suspended Safety Lift, 121, 122
  • Brooklyn Bridge, Through Trains Proposed over, t 543
  • Brooks, Captain N. M., Mail Records of Trans-atlantic Steamers, 83
  • Brooks, Mr., at the Society of Arts, Relative to ,Non-Luminous Actinic Rays, 263
  • Brooms, Attachment for Bass, 139 ,
  • Broughton Paper Mills, Chimney Underpinned,
  • Brown, Mr. John, on Horseless Carriages, 421
  • Brown, Bjveri, and Co., Polyphase Plant for Electric Railways, 293
  • Brown and Co., Messrs. John, Working of Carhouse Colliery Stopped, 187
  • Bruce, Mr. A. F., on the Flow of Water in the ,New Aqueduct from Loch Katrine, Glasgow Waterworks, 55
  • Brunn’s Automatic Feed-water Softener, Mr. P. Schau, 162
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Company, Lough¬borough, Extension of their Works, 543
  • Brussels, Central Terminus for, 446
  • Brussels a Sea-port or Not? 353
  • Bryan, Dr. G. H., on Flight and Flying Machines, 248
  • Bryan Donkin and Co., Powdered Coal Firing, 44
  • Bryan Donkin and Co., Wegener’s Powdered Fuel
  • Boiler Furnace and Apparatus, 485
  • Buchan, Dr., On the Atmospheric Pressure, 213
  • Buckland's Table for Maxim Gnns, 118, 119
  • “Buda-Pest,” The Battleship, 574
  • Buenos Ayres, The Sanitary Works of, 55
  • Buffington Crozier Gun Carriage, The, 41
  • Built-up Locomotive Crank Shaft, A, 451
  • Bulgaria, Locomotives for, 486
  • Bulkhead Rails and Flange Rails, 165
  • Bull’s Metal Launch, 11
  • Bullhead Rails and Flange Rails, 66
  • Bulletin of the International Railway Congress, Papers Contained, 111
  • Bullion Assaying, Auxiliary Balance, 489
  • Burnley, Chimney Disister at, 144
  • Burntisland, 247
  • Burners, The Bandsept, 591
  • Burrell and Sons’ Compound Traction Engines, 498
  • Burrell and Sons’ Dunble-breasted Plough, Record found in Old MS. Book relating to, 319
  • Barrell and Sons' Road Locomotives, 51
  • Bury, Curtis, and Kennedy, Messrs., Passenger Engine, Great Southern and Western Railway, 1847, 64, 65, 66
  • Bute Docks Company withdraw their Bill, 161
  • Butler and Pittsburg Railway Project, Tbe, 625
  • Butter, Manufacture of Sterilised, 613, 616

C

  • CABINS and their Fittings, Ships’, 308
  • Cable Across Australia, How it was Carried, 11
  • Cable Repairing and Cable Danger, 116
  • Cabling and Serving Machine, Combined, 420
  • Cable Specifications and Tests, Mr. J. A. .Jeckell, 633
  • Cage Accident, Shocking, 213
  • Caisson Work, Safety in, 497
  • Caking Power of Coals, Mr. L. Campredon on the, Calcium Carbide, Price of, 591
  • Calculation of Horse-power, Lt-Col. English, 143
  • Calcutta, Dearth of Kerosene Oil at, 84
  • Calcutta, Electric Lighting Act for, 233
  • Caledonian Railway Express Locomotive, 211, 235, 242
  • Caledonian Railway Locomotives, Statistics of the
  • Whole Fifteen, 513 Caledonian Railway Extension, 296
  • Calendar, M. Flamant on the, 111
  • Calvert, Mr. A., On Capstan Lathes, their Con¬struction and Utility, 297
  • Calyx Diamond Baring Crown? The, 89
  • Cambrian System, Reduction of Fares on the, 376
  • Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company’s Exhibits at the Royal Society's Conversazione, 584
  • Cameron’3 Expansion Gear, £60
  • Cameron, Mr. John, Punching and Shearing Machine, 223
  • Campbell, Mr., On New Instruments for Measur¬ing Periodic Electrio Currents, 543
  • Campredon, Mr. L., On the Caking Power of Coals, 591
  • Canada, Flood Prevention Works Wanted in, 419
  • Canals, 143, 493
  • Canal between the Atlantic and the Mediter¬ranean, Commission to Report upon, 613
  • Canal, The Crinan Ship, 338, 503
  • Canal, The Erie-New S'ork State, 76, 111, 155
  • Canal, Forth and Clyde, 247
  • Canal, Tho Jonage, 541
  • Canal Lift, Tho Heinrichsbnrg, 388, 389
  • Canal and Light Railway Legislation, 372
  • Canal from Lockfyne to Crinan, Proposed, 249
  • Canal of the Lower Loire, Maritime, 560
  • Canal, Manchester Ship, 247
  • Canals and Navigable Rivers, Mr. L. B. Wells, 171
  • Canals in New York State in 1895, Tons carried cn, 111
  • Canal, On the Nicaraguan, 139
  • Canal, Nicaragua" also Nicaragua Canal Canals, Panama and Nicaragua, 272
  • Canal Proposal, A, 209, 241
  • Canal, Proposed Ship, to connect the Bristol and English Channels, 97, 273, 840, 460, 468
  • Canal and River Hydraulics, The Manchester Ship Canal and, 484
  • Canal, Tbe Sheffield, 270
  • Canal. The Thames and Severn, 97, 273, 340, 460, 468
  • Canal, Worcester and Birmingham, 97, 273, 340, 460. 468
  • Canet E ectric Turrots, 57
  • Cantilever Bridge at Paris, New, 499
  • Cantor Lectures at the Royal Institution, 364
  • Capital and Private Enterprise, Mr. William Crosshay, 393
  • Capstan Lathes, their Construction and Utility, Mr. A. Calvert on, 297
  • Caracas, Electric Power for, 213
  • Carbide of Manganese, M. H. Moissan, on the, 263
  • Carbides of Yttrium and Thorium, On the, 319
  • Carbon Dioxide in the Burning of Carbon Compounds, On the Mode of Formation of, 353
  • Carbon into Graphite, MM. Girard and Street’s Investigations respecting the Transformation of, 563
  • Carbon, Natural Crystallised, The largest Speci¬men of, 111
  • Carbon, On the Rate of the Diffusion of, by Mr. Roberts-Austen, 488
  • Carbonic Anhydride, On Solid, by MM. Villard and Jarry, 87
  • Carborundum, 155

Cardiff Exhibition:

  • 328, 473, 512
  • Coal Department, 512
  • Docks and Models of Vessels, 473, 512
  • Machinery Section, 473
  • Maritime Section, 473
  • Railway Section, 473
  • Cardiff, The North-East Coast Engineers at, 293, 650
  • Carhouse Colliery, Working of, Stopped, 187
  • Carriage Building, Mr. G. J. Jacobs cn the Improvements in, 643
  • Carter and Wright, Messrs., Brass Finisher's Lathe, 512
  • Carnegie Armour, Double Forged, 56
  • Carnegie’s Double - forged Face – hardened Armour, Tested at St. Potersburg, 214 Carnegio Armour Plates, Trial of, 111
  • Carnegio Company, Armour Plates supplied to the Russian Government, 446 Carpenter, Mr. R. C., Insulating Underground Systems of Steam Piping, 201
  • Carr, Mr. R. Haste, A Ship Canal for Leeds, 202
  • Carrying Power of Mains, Experiments on the, 376
  • Cars, Now Dining, Great Northern Railway Company, 376
  • Carter’s Pendulum Sifter, 572
  • Cast Iron Car Wheels, their Use in the United States, and Report upon, 543
  • Cast Iron, Mobility of Molecules of, 430 Casting Pump Pipes, 79
  • Catalogues, 406, 493
  • Catley and Ayres’ Steam Wagonette, 1863-67, 1 264, 265 I
  • Caws, Mr. Frank, Testing of Models of German Warships by, 213
  • Celluloid as an Insulator for Electric Cables, On, 1 446
  • Cellulose for Warships, Corn Pith, 40
  • Cement Trade, The Slag, 419
  • Cement Works in Germany, 161
  • Centrifugal Series Pump and Engines, Messrs. J. 1 and H. Gwynne, 390 '
  • Century of Soho, A, 120
  • Chambers of Commerce, Congress of tho, 563
  • Channel Services, Night, 339
  • Channel Squadron, The, 517
  • Channelling Machine for Cutting Asphalte and ' Macadam, 625
  • Chapman, Mr. G., The Link Movement Engine, I 272
  • Charter, The Now Coal, 619
  • Charing Cross and Strand Electricity Supply Corporation, Bill Passed in Favour of, 319 '
  • Chatham County, Georgia, Topographic and Hydrographic Survey of, 161 1
  • Chauveau, M. A., on the Relation between Muscular Work and the Albuminoid Materials of the Body, 263
  • Chemical Means, Measuring Feed and Circulating Wat:r by, 365, 379
  • Chemical Progres», Prof. Dewar on Recent, 419
  • Chemistry in 1895, 20 '
  • Chester, Corporation of, their Bill for Weir i across the Dee, 519
  • Chester, Mr. W. R., Presidential Address at the Gas Institute, 590
  • Chicago, Medals and Diplomas Awarded to British Exhibitors at, 643
  • Chicago, Self-propelled Carriages at, 1
  • Chicago, Telephone and Signal System, 463
  • Chicago, Tramway Companies in. 563
  • Chignecto Main Railway Co. Bill Thrown Out, 263
  • Chili, Launch of a Torpedo Gun Vessel for, 416
  • Chili, Railway Expenditure in, 591
  • Chimneys, Demolishing, 266
  • Chimney Disaster at Bornley, 144
  • Chimneys, Stability of Tall, Mr. F. J. Bancroft, 184
  • Chimney Underpinned, Broughton Paper Mills, 222
  • China, Railways in, 114
  • China, Railways in, The Emperor’s Edict relating to, 353
  • Chlorate of Potash, Niagara Water-Power Applied . to the Making of, 213
  • Chloride of Lime in Water Fatal to all Bacilli, 41S
  • Chlorine Broxide, True Explosion Waves Propa¬gated through, 353
  • Church, Mr. Janez, 327
  • Circulation in Water-tnbe Boilers, 28, 30, 67,118, 146, 335, 347, 351, 372, 397, 423, 450, 451, 467. 493. 495, 551
  • City and South London Railway Ast Bill, 519
  • Civil Engineering in 1895, 13
  • Clapyron's Formula applied to the Melting Point of Banzine, 591
  • Clark Cells, Tests Applied to Standard, 353
  • Clark, Mr. Dan Kinnear, 118
  • Clark, Mr. Lyonel, on Recent Improvement? in Docks and Docking Appliances, 608, 623, 653
  • Clarke, Mr. Wm. John Bird, 195
  • Clarke’s Crank and Forge Company, Duplex Oil Engine, 638
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth's Portable Oil Engine, 638
  • Cleaning Belts, On, 625
  • Cleckbeaton Junction, Toe Accident at, 139
  • Clerk, Mr. Dugald, Recent Developments in Gas Engines, 110
  • Cleveland, Akron, and Columbian Railway, The Electric Line Competition, 213
  • Cleveland Miners' Association, Re-election of the same Chairman and Vice-chairman, 187
  • Cleveland Steel Canal Boats, Tbe, 578
  • Cloud each Day of the Year at the Greenwich Observatory, Mr. W. Ellis on the Mean Amount of, 416
  • Clowes, Mr. W. Laird, Naval Pocket Book, 301
  • Clowes, Prof. Frank, Explosive Mixtures of Com¬bustible Gases with Air, 590
  • Clyde-built Schooner, A Notable, 428
  • Clyde Engineering Dispute, The, 38, 58, 91,109 Clyde, Free Labour on the, 8
  • Clyde, Proposed New Bridge at Glasgow Over the, 233
  • Clyde, Settlement of Trade Disputes on the, 338
  • Clyde Shipbuilding Industry, The, 442
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, A Quarter's, 348
  • Clyde Shipbuilding Trade, Wages in the, 348 Coal, 116
  • Coals, Caking Power of, 591
  • Coal Charter, The New, 619
  • Coal Consumed by Car-mile Run on French Tram¬ways, 463
  • Coal Consumption on French Tramways, 591
  • Coal Consumption and Production, Board of Trade's Statement Respecting, 591
  • Coal Consumption of Different Countries, On the, 263, 625
  • Coals, Determination of the Heating Effects of, 543
  • Coal District in Kent, 419
  • Coal Dost Fuel, 106
  • Coal Dust and High Explosives, 1S4
  • Coal Dust Fuel, Tbo 1’ropfe Mill for Grinding, 407
  • Coal Trade, Tbe Outlook in the, 447
  • Coalfields, The Struggle for tho Scottish Southern, 184
  • Coalfields, Tbe Warwickshire and Lancashire, s 186
  • Coal, Firing with Powdered, 44
  • Coal Handling Plants for Steam Generation, 365
  • Coal, I-ast Year's Total Production of, 319
  • Coal MiDiDg, Machinery Applied to, in the United States and here, 625
  • Coal Output in Different Countries, 263
  • Coal Premiums, 241, 267
  • Coal Production of France in 1894, 387
  • Coal Production, Number of Persons Employed in, 613
  • Coal Production in the United States in 1895, ' Statistics of, 643
  • Coal Station for the German Navy, 617
  • Coal Storage Hoppers at Battersea, Mr. P. W. Symmons, 162, 163
  • Coal Tenders for Norwegian Main Railway, 187
  • Coal Trade, The, 296
  • Coal, Victorian, 543
  • Coal-washing Plant at tho Wirral Colliery, 215
  • Coast Defence Ships, 167, 191, 241
  • Coast Guard Station at Minster, New, 319 Cochin, Water Supply of, 393
  • Cochrane and Co., Messrs. J., 300-T.H.P. Triple- expansion Mill Engines, 559, 560, 561
  • Cockerill Co.'s New Blast Furnace, 446
  • Cocks, Aluminium, 519
  • Coda, Sig. C., on Wator Cranes, 111
  • Cog-wheel and Rack Railways of the World, Total Length of, 248
  • Coins, English, 446
  • Coin Gas Meters, Mr. A. Dougall on, 590
  • Coke Screening Machinery ? 115
  • Coke Trade, The South Yorkshire, 646
  • Colchester Waterworks Romping Engines, 27, 33
  • Coke, Regenerative, 91
  • Cole, Marchent, and Morley, Messrs., Test of One of their Engines, 56
  • Collieries, Discharge Note System in, 400
  • Collisry Exp'osions, Mystery of, 244
  • Colliery Explosions, Origin and Rationale of, 120
  • Colliery Winding, Safety in, 493
  • Collision of Electric Cars at St. Louis, Result of, 419
  • Collision on the Mersey. 376
  • Collision, Railway, at Bellahouston, Cal. H. A. Yorke on, 489
  • Collision, Railway, Manchester, 519
  • Collision, Railway, at London Bridge Station, 489
  • Collision, A Railway, as a Novel Attraction, 543
  • Collisions on Railways, 1895, 393
  • Collisions at Sea, 272
  • Collision at Wortley Station Junction, 111
  • Collman Valve Gear, Engine with, Messrs. Jessopand Son, 156, 158
  • Calomb, Admiral, Elements of Force in Warships, 297
  • Colomb, Admiral, Functions of the Army and Navy on the Defence of the Empire, 601
  • Columb'a Machine and Colt Gun, The, 189
  • Combustion of Acetylene, M. H. Le Chatelier, 248
  • Combustion in a Gas Engine Cylinder, Effects of the Products of, 245
  • Commercial Efficiency of Steam Boilers, 386
  • Commercial Value of Acetylene, 417
  • Common Sense in Work and Wages, 322
  • Commonicat'on cn Board Ship, A Problem to be solved by the Admiralty, 263
  • Compensating Nuts, Drysdale and Stoddart’s, 461
  • Compound Locomotives— see Locomotives, Compound
  • “Compressed Air," Monthly Periodical entitled, 1 started in the United States, 625
  • Compressed Air for Street Car Propulsion, The 1 Question of, 563 1
  • Compressed Gas Cylinders, Safety of, 337
  • Comte and Regnault, MM., On Walking and Running en flexion, 248
  • Concrete Arch Bridges, 364
  • Condensers for Rolling Mill Engines, Mr. Robert 1 J. Worth, 420
  • Conduits, Doulton's Stoneware, 237
  • Cone Papar Mill, Sale of tho Plant of, 319
  • Congo Railway Bonds, Issue of, Guaranteed by tne Brussels Chamber, 519
  • Congo State Railway, Progress of the, 213
  • Conisborough, Attempt to Wreck a Train near, 376
  • Connah’s Quay to Bidston, New Line from, 293, 489
  • Conservators of the Thames, their Report for 1895, 519
  • Construction of Modern Lighthouses, 78
  • Consuming Devices and the Wiring Connecting them to the Main, On the Control by Munici¬pal Authorities of, 633
  • Continental C.mpetition and the Railway Rates, 115
  • Continental Workmen, 142
  • Contractors, London Amateur Engineering, 210
  • Contracts, Admiralty, 61, 193

Contracts Open :

  • First-class Carriages, Oude and Rohilcund Rail¬way, 58
  • Public Works, Lower Assam Division, 190
  • Converter, Explosion of a, 543
  • Coolgardie from Perth, Arrival of the First
  • Through Train from, 319
  • Cooper, Mr. A. S., cn the Influence of the Cha¬racter of Sand on Cement Mortar, 519
  • Cooper, Mr. R. Elliott, and Messrs. S. Peareon and Son, Viaducts, Lancashire, Derbyshire, and East Coast Railway, 213, 218
  • Cooper Steam Digger, The, 640, 644
  • “Co-operation by Rail and Road,” On, 376
  • Copeland, Mr. W. R , Dunoon Bnrgh Pier, 339, 346
  • Copper Mines in Spain, 4G0
  • Copper-plate Printing of Autograph Sketches, Prof. Herkomer'8 Process, 161
  • Copying Lathe, An Early, 92, 93 Cordite, 255
  • Corn Pith Cellulose for Warships, 40
  • Corner in Engineering Material, A, 375
  • Cornish Pumping Engines, Compound, 84, 85
  • Corrosion of Screw Propeller Blades, 408
  • Corrugated Iron I 521
  • Corrugated Water Pipes, 336
  • Corthell, Dr. E. L., The Tampico Harbour Works, Mexiio, 365
  • Corundum, Electrio Process of Converting Emery into, 563
  • Cost of Electricity Supply, 633
  • Cost of Locks and Weirs 1 167
  • Cotton Spinning in Japan, First, 625
  • Courtney, Mr. S , his Letters Relative to Me¬chanical Road Carriages, 54
  • Couzens, Mr. H. W., on Alternating Current Stations and High Voltage Lamps, 611
  • Cowan, Mr., bis Evidence before tbo Select Com-roittea of the House of Commons on
  • Traction Engines on Reads, 492
  • Coward, Mr. H., Mechanical Handling of Goods at Riverside Premises, 301
  • Crane, Locomotive Steam, 420 Crane, Steam, Messrs. Taylor and Hubbard, 641
  • Crane, 100-ton Travelling, Parkhead Forge, 154
  • Crane, Ten-ton Hydraulic, 342
  • Crank and Prrpeller Shafts, and Causes of their Broakago, 378 I
  • Crawshay, Mr. Wm., Original Letter from, 393
  • Cremation Gains Favour, 293
  • Cremation Society, Report of the Council of the, 293
  • Crematoriums, New, 293
  • Crinan Ship Canal, The, 338, 503
  • Crocker-Wheeler Electric Company, Electric Motors for Shop Tools, 164
  • Crookes’ Tube, Eiporimsnte with a, 591
  • Crookes’ Tube, On the Mechanical Action Pro¬ceeding from a, 376
  • Crosby, Lockwood, and Co.’s New Books, 263
  • Crossings and Curves I 495
  • Crozier Gun Carriage, Tho Boflington, 41
  • Cruiser, Gunboats, kc., for the Portuguese Navy, 463
  • Cruisers of the Pelorus Typo to be Constructed by Messrs. Earle’s Company, 293
  • Cruisers for the Royal Navy, Toe Five New, 111
  • Crystal Palace, The, 397, 422, 451
  • Crystal Palace Exhibition—Exhibition, Crystal Palace
  • Crystal Palace School of Engineering, 420
  • Cubitt, Sir W., The Rochester Bridge, 290
  • Cugnot’s Steam Carriage, 422, 623 Cultivators, 642
  • Cultivator, Nicholson’s SpriDg Steel Tine, 642
  • Cuningham, Mr. G. C., On the Electric Street Railway System of Montreal, 223
  • Cunliffe and Croom, Messrs., Multiple BoriDgand Drilling Machine, 247
  • Cutlery Trade with tbe States, Effect of President
  • Cleveland’s Message on England’s, 111
  • Cutter Bridge at Ely, 77, 78
  • Cutting Asphalt and Macadam, Channelling Machine for, 625
  • Cycle Mechanics, 265
  • Cycle Exhibition, The Recent, 54
  • Cycle Show at the Crystal Palace, 376
  • Cylinders of Compressed Gases, Report on Causes of Explosion of, and Precautions to Eiuure Safety of, 319

D

  • DAIMLER Motor Company’s Cirriage, The, 472
  • Daimler Motor Carriage, The lion. Evelyn Ellia’ Tour in his, 590
  • Daimler Motor Company, Narrow Gauge Self- propelling Tramcar, 696
  • Dalmuir and Clydebank Railway, The, 562
  • Damascus Gun Barrels, Hand-made in Liège Province, 393
  • Dam, Failure of the Bouzsy, 50
  • Dams with Iron Sheeting, Reservoir, 459
  • Darby, Mr. J. H., On the Application of Mond Producer Gas to the Manufacture of Steel, 488
  • “ Dark Light,” M. Gustavo Le Bon on, 161
  • Davey, Paxman, and Co., Messrs., Electric Light Installation, India and Ceylon Exhibition (Supplement, May 22nd, 1896), 513
  • Davey, Paxmau, anil Co., Messrs., Indicator Gear for High-speed Eogines, 473
  • Davis and Son, Messrs. J., Electric Low-water Alarm, 84
  • Davison, Mr. R., White Metals for Wearing Surfaces, 519
  • Davy, Mr. Abraham, 111
  • Dawkins, Professor, Oa Water in Hertfordshire, 159
  • Deacon, Mr. G. F., Vyrnwy Works for the Water Supply of Liverpool, 423
  • Dead Weight Power, 443
  • Dean, Mr. F. W., Largest Boiler of the Loco¬motive Type, 293
  • “ Dear Old Smoky Sheffield,” 505
  • Deaths Registered in Greater London in a Week, 31, 419, 489
  • Deaths Registered in Thirty-three Great Towns of England and Wales, 31, 319, 419, 489, 543
  • Dee, Proposed Dam across the, 519
  • Dee Sluices Bill, Tbe, 234
  • Deep Soundings, Mr. W. J. L. Wharton cn, 248
  • Deepening of Harwich Harbour, 65
  • Defence of the Empire, The, 593
  • Defence of the Empire, Functions of the Army and Navy, 601
  • Dehérain, M. P. P., on Fallow Ground, 446
  • Delagoa Bay Railway Arbitration, 643
  • De La Vergne Motor Carriage, 2
  • Delmar Victorias at the Crystal Palace Exhibition, 607
  • Donnis, Mr. H., Ball Trap Gulley, 642
  • Denny and Bros., Messrs., Pioneers of Steam
  • Service across tbe Channel, 489
  • Denny and Sons, Messrs., Triple-expansion Paddle Engines of tbo Southend Belle, 592, 597
  • Deodorising Gas Engine Exhausts, 187
  • Deprez, M. Marcel, on the r/!Ze of tho Induction Ring in Dynamo-electric Machines, 543
  • Derby and Ashbourne Tramways Bill, The, 293
  • Des Coudres, Professor, on Kath ;dic Radiation, 161
  • Destroyers for tho Argentine Navy, The Now, 329
  • Destroyers, Modifications in the Design of, 524
  • “Destroyers” now Building, Tho Now, 610
  • Detonator, A New, 519
  • Devonport's First Battleship, 489
  • Devonport Programme of Work for 1896-97, 263
  • Dewar, Professor, on Recent Chemical Progress, 419
  • Dexter, Mr. F. G., on Incandescent Public Lighting, 610
  • Dibrtin, Mr. W. J., on a Standard Photometer, 610
  • Dick's Method of Producing Metal Sections by Extrusion, 462, 464
  • Dido, Launch of the British Second-class Cruiser, 293
  • Dido, Sir W. H. Whito’s Inspection of the, 489
  • Dielectrics. Mr. R. Appleyard on, 543
  • Dietrich, Herr A., Development in Design and Construction of German Men-of-war, 686, C08
  • Digger, The Cooper Steam, 640, 644
  • Dining Cars, Great Northern Railway Company's New, 376
  • Dining Cars on the Great Western Railway, 563
  • Dion and Bouton Motor Tricycle, The, 473
  • Discharge Note System in Collieries, 400
  • Disposal of Town Refuse ? 193
  • Distillation of Bran with lame, Products obtained by the Dry, 187
  • Dixon, Mr. H. B., on the Mode of Formation of Carbon Dioxide in the Burning of Carbcn Compounds, 353
  • Dixon and Harker, Messrs., their Experiments relative to the Propagation of True Explosion Waves. 353
  • Dixon, Mr. Sim. Divalopmen1. of ths Milling Machine for Heavy Ensrineering Work, 395
  • Dxsks. The Barry. 135, 136, 137
  • Dook Entrances, Modern Warships and, 217
  • Dock Gates at Hull, Collapse of, 519
  • Docks and Docking Appliances, Mr. Lvonel Clark
  • on Recent Improvements in, 60S, 623, 653
  • Docks, The Liverpool, 561
  • Docks, The London, 216
  • Dock, New Dry, Japan. 463
  • Dock, Opening of the Port Orchard Dry, 513
  • Docks, Plymouth New, 262
  • Docks at Portsmouth, The Two New, 181, 185, 192
  • Dockyard at Sasebo, New, 146
  • Doors, Water-tight, 314, 325
  • Doors, Water-tight, Col. N. Soliam, 325
  • Doors for Water-tight Bulkheads, Mr. Martell on, 650
  • “Dog Cart ’’ Steam Fire Engine, A, 150
  • “Doris," H.M.S., 237
  • Doutrall, Mr. A., On Coin Gas Meters, 590
  • Dou,ton's Stoneware Conduits, 237
  • Dover and Calais, Accelerated Service vid, 643
  • Dover Undercliff, The, 365
  • Dowlais Works, Cardiff, Rolling Mill Eagines (Supplement, April 10M, 1896). 375
  • Doxford and Sons, Messrs., Screw Steamer “ Algoa,” 353
  • Drake and Gorham, Messrs , The Jandus Arc Lamp, 301
  • Dredgers, Mr. W. J. Hunter on, 476
  • Dredger for East London, South Africa, 591
  • Dredger and Hydraulic Spoil Elevator on the Baltic Ship Canal, Working Drawing, Mr. A. F. Smulders (Supplement, January 3itl, 1896)
  • Dredger, Spoon, 266
  • Dredger and Stoamer on the Mersey, Collision of, 376
  • Dredgers at Work, Suction, 293
  • Drilling and Baring Machine, Multiple, 247
  • Droufield Sewage Disposal Scheme, 143
  • Drop Testing Machine, at the Altoona, Pa., M. F.
  • D. Casanave and, 625 Drowned Pumps, 35
  • “ Drummond Castle ” Disaster, The, 645
  • Dry Dock and East Broadway Riilway Co., Street
  • Car with Pivoted Seats, 563 Dry Process as Applied to Gold Mining, 146
  • Drying Apparatus for Ores, Clay, and Phosphates? 269
  • Drying of Timber, Circumstances connected with the, 591
  • Drysdale and Stoddart’s Compensating Nuts, 461
  • Dublin, Incandescent Lamps for, 139
  • Du Bois, Dr., on Magnetising and Hysteresis of Steel and Iron, 625
  • Dudley, Mr. P. H., Wear of Tires on Passenger Engines of the New York Central Railway, 431
  • Dudley, Mr., Some of the Difficulties in Designing Rail Sections, 443
  • Duna'astair, The, 235, 242
  • Dunalastairs Locomotives, The, 543
  • Duncan and Superbie Motor Bicycle, The, 472
  • Dundee and Aberdeen Harbour Extensions, 194
  • Dunlop, Mr. James, Economical High-power Loco¬motives, 489, 490
  • Dunoon Burgh Pier, The, 339, 346
  • Duplex Detonator, The, 519
  • Durham Coal Trade, Parties to the Proposed Transfer in the, 463
  • Durham Sewerage Disposal Scheme, 169
  • Duryea Motor Carriage, The, Duryea Pyramid Bicycle, The, 189
  • Dust in the Atmosphere, Mr. E. D. Fridlander on, 416
  • Dutch Tugboat “ Ocean,” 235, 238, 239
  • Doty of Pumps, 518
  • Dynamo-electric Machines, On the Use of the Induction Ring in, 543

E

  • EARLE’S Shipbuilding and Engineering Com¬pany, Tbe Admiralty’s Orders to, 293
  • Earle's Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Torpedo Boat Destroyers for the Admiralty, 419
  • Early Locomotives, 10, 35, 67, 80, 81, 120
  • Early Locomotives, Great Southern and Western Railway, Ireland, 80, 81
  • Earthquake Pulsations, Professor G. Vioentini on, 446
  • Earthquake Shocks on May 30tb, 563
  • Earthquake Waves, On the Velocity of, 419
  • Earth's Crust, On the Relief of the, 625
  • Eastbourne Water Supply, 40
  • Easterbrook, Allcard, and Co., Order for Loco¬motive Workshop Plant for Asiatio Railway Company, 213
  • East Indian with the East Coast Railway, Pro¬posal to Connect the, 353
  • Easton, Anderson, and Gooiden, Messrs., Pump¬ing Engines, 27, 33
  • Easton and Bessemer's High Speed Engines, 572
  • Edison, Mr., Lord Armstrong on, 6 Education and Invention, 470
  • Edwards, Lieutenant, The Engineer in Naval Warfare, 42, 69
  • Egyptian Government. Geological Survey Deter¬mined on by the, 463
  • Egyptian Government, New Shipping Tax to be Levied by, 419
  • Egyptian Railways, Proposed Adoption of Metre ~ Gauge Rolling Stock on, 353
  • Eickenradt, Herr F., On the Use of Electricity on Board Sbips, 627, 660
  • Electric Arc Lamps for Upper Regent-street, 263
  • Electric Arc Light, Lamp to Furnish an, 293
  • Electric Colonisation, Jte, 452, 467
  • Electric Current at Chisago, Another Carious Freak of the, 213
  • Electric Discharges, Photographs of, 584
  • Electric Drill for Naval Construction, 155
  • Electric-driven Portable Painting Machine, 499
  • Electric Engineers, Glut of, 221 Electric Engineering in 1895,18
  • Electric Engineering Practice, Notes on Belgium, 493
  • Electric Exhibition at New York, 221, 581
  • Electric Heaters, Efficiency Prize for a Research Essay. 543
  • Electric Horse-power in the United States, Cost of, 563
  • Electric Lamps, High Voltage, 611
  • Electric lamps for Ticket Collectors, 139
  • Electric Light Engines, 11
  • Electric Light in the Provinces, 323
  • Electric Light Stations, Boilers for, 322, 399, 450
  • Electric Light Stations, Gas Engines in. 613
  • Electric Light Station, Islington, 533—538, 514
  • Electric Lighting Acts. 1882—1888, 133
  • Electric Lighting Act for Calcutta, 233
  • Electric Lighting, The Board of Trade's Model Rs^ulati.ni, 139
  • Electric Lighting Extensions to Outlying Districts, Mr. A. H. Gibhings, 633
  • Electric Light'nz, Insurance Companies and the Safety of, 591
  • Electric Lighting of Islington, 249
  • Electric Lighting by Local Authorities in the Metropolis, 54
  • Electric Lighting Question at Battersea, 452
  • Electric Lighting, St. Panoras, ‘258, 259, 260, 261
  • Electric Lighting of Stone Qaarries, 56
  • Electric lighting of tho Strand District Board of Works’ Aren, 319
  • E'eotric Lighting and Traction Plants, On Combined, 633
  • Electric Locomotive built by the Baldwin- Westinghouse Combination, 263
  • Electric Low-water Alarm. 84
  • Electric Motor Cars, New York E'evatod Railway, 262
  • Electric Motors, Cars equipped with. Tested in Shunting Trains at Brooklyn Terminus, 353
  • Electric Motors for Shop Tools, 164
  • Electric Power on American Lines, 187
  • Electric Power for Caracas, 213
  • Electric Process of Converting Emery into Corundum, 563
  • Electric Pump, Worthington, 581
  • Electric Radiation, Article on, 213
  • Electric Railways Equipped with Polyphase Plant, 293
  • Electric Rifle, The Blake, 84
  • Electric Sanitation at Netley, The Hermite, 319
  • Electric Street Cars in New Orleans, Mr. C. L. St. John on, 463
  • Electric Street Railway System of Montreal, Canada, 223
  • Electric Traction on Railways, Progress of, 293 Electric Traction Company, Report of the, 625
  • Electric Traction on Tramways, 293
  • Electric Tramcar Fares, Brooklyn, 463
  • Electric Tramways, Dangers of, by a United States Correspondent, 591
  • Electric Tramways in Europe, Total Length of, 591
  • Electric Tramways, Underground and Overhead, Trolley Systems, 591
  • Electric Tramway Subway in Boston, and Shift¬ing of Water Main, 463
  • Electric Turrets, 57
  • Electrically Welded Rails, Success of, 319
  • Electric Welding, Process of, 213
  • Electric Welding, Mr. T. Scott-Anderson, 186
  • Electricity on Board Ships, On the Uso of, 627
  • Electricity on Board Ship, Use of, Herr F. Eickenradt, 650
  • Electricity in Connection with Mining Engineer¬ing, Economy of, 161
  • Electricity to Motive Power Purposes, Mr. Thos. Meacock on the Application of, 416
  • Electricity, Some of the Latest Important Applications of, 581, 582, 583
  • Electricity Station at the Earl’s Court Exhibi¬tion (Supplement, May 22nd, 1896), 513
  • Electricity Supply, Cost of, 633
  • Electricity Supply at 220 Volts, Mr. A. S. Bar¬nard on, 611
  • Electricity, Underground Haulage by, 393
  • Electricity by Vapour, The Dissipation of, 591
  • Electro-chemical Company’s Works at St. Helens, 370
  • Electrolysis, New Apparatus for, 663
  • Electro-pneumatic Automatic Block Signalling, 9
  • Elements of Force in Warships, Admiral Colamb, 297
  • Elgar, Prof., on the Classification and Relative Power of Warships, 608
  • Ellipsoidal Envelope, On the Equilibrium of an,
  • Ellis, Hon. Evelyn, his Tour in his Daimler Motor Carriage, 590
  • Ellis, Mr. W. T., on the Mean Amount of Cloud each day of the Year at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, 1841—90, 416
  • Ellison, Judge, his Decision in the Wages Dis¬pute of 1879 between Yorkshire Coalowners and Colliers, 376
  • Elston’s Carriage with Kane-Pennington Engine, 3
  • Ely, Great Eastern Railway Bridge over the Ouse at, 77, 78
  • Emery and Corundum ? 619
  • Emery into Corundum, Electric Process of Con¬verting, 563
  • Empire, Defence of tbe, 593
  • Eogine and Air Compressor, 200-I.H.P. Gas, 273
  • Eagine, Another Economical, 280
  • Engines, Auxiliary in Screw Steamers, 483
  • Engines, Blowing, Lilleshall Co., 139
  • Engine, Boiler, and Employers Liability Insurance Company, 226
  • Engine and Boiler, Multitubular Horizontal Con¬densing, Messrs. E. R. and F. Turner, 317
  • Engine and Boiler, Sami-portable Compound, 342
  • Engines and Boilers of the s.s. “Aberdeen,” 311, 312
  • Engine and Boiler for Superheated Steam, Schmidt’s, 105,107, 109
  • Eagines, Centrifugal Series Pomp and, 390
  • Engine with Collman Valve Gear, Compound Horizontal, 156, 158
  • Engines, Compound Cornish Pumping, 84 , 85, 88
  • Engine Driver, Singular Accident to William Stevens, 161
  • Engines of the Dutch Tugboat “Ocean,"Triple Ex¬pansion, 238, 239
  • Engine and Dynamo, Compound, Messrs. J. R. Hall and Co., 250
  • Engines, Easton and Bessemer’s High-speed, 572
  • Engines, E'ectric Light, 11 Engine Fire-boxes, Locomotive, 469
  • Engines, Gas, 68, 110, 280, 349. 538, 590, 613,638
  • Engines, Gas, Mr. Dugald Clerk on, 110
  • Engines, Gas, as Economical Motors, 590
  • Engines, Gas, in Electric Light Stations, 613
  • Engines, Gas, and Hot Air Motors, Prof. T. H. Beare on, 68
  • Engines, Horizontal Compound, Messrs. Daniel Adamson and Co., Islington Electric Light Station, 534, 544 1^,1 •• ,
  • Engine, A Hugon Gas, 280
  • Engines, Hydraulic Rotative, 476
  • Engines, Indicator Gear for High-speed, 473
  • Engines, Johannesburg, 10,12
  • Engines, Lead and Lip of Winding and other, 215
  • Engine, The Link Movement, 272, 301
  • Engines, Locomotive— tee Locomotive, 417
  • Engine, Oil, Clarke's Crank and Forge Company, 638
  • Engine, Oil, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, 638
  • Engines, Oil, Mr. J. H. II imilton on, 147
  • Engines, Oil and Gas, Exhibited at tbe Bath and West of England Agricultural Show, 538
  • Engine Power in Paddle Steamers, 301, 327, 377, 397
  • Engine Power and Self-propelled Traffic, 610, 617
  • Engine Power and Self-propelled Traffic, Sir David Salomons, 610
  • Engines, Pumping, Colchester Waterworks, 27,33
  • Engines, Reversing Rolling Mill, Parkhead Forge, 154
  • Engines, Rolling Mill, Dowlais Works, Cardiff (Supplement, April 10M, 1896), 375
  • Engine-roam Staff of the Mercantile Marine, Suicides in the, 477
  • Engine, The Simplex Wind, 133
  • Engines, Small Gas and Gasoline, 158
  • Engines, Steam, Oil, and Gas, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 638
  • Engine for Superheated Steam, Schmidt's Compound Horizontal, 214, 221
  • Engine Tests, 145
  • Engine, Test of a Steam, 56
  • Engine, Tests of a 10-Horse Power de Lava), 477
  • Engines, Thermal Efficiency of, 354, 503
  • Engines, Traction, 341, 492, 498, 539, 567
  • Engines, Traction and Portable, Exhibited at the Bath and West of England Agricultural Show, 538
  • Engines, Traction, on Raads, 341, 423, 444, 473, 492
  • Engines, Traction, on Raads, Mr. Mulvaney's Evidence, 512
  • Engine, Triple-expansion, Mr. Wigzell, 139
  • Engines, 300 Indicated Horse-power Triple Ex¬pansion Mill, 559, 560, 561
  • Engines, Triple-expansion Paddlo, s.s. "Kóningin Wilhelmina,” 268
  • Engines,Triple-expansion Paddle,The “Southend Belle," Messrs. Denny and Sans, 592, 597
  • Engine, Trusty Gas, 145, 165
  • Engine Wheels, Traction, 123
  • Engineers or Artificers I 495
  • Engineers, English and Foreign Markets, 63
  • Engineers, Glut of Electrical, 221
  • “ Engineer " Horseless Carriage Competition,
  • 385, 469, 521, 545, 566, 569
  • Engineers, Naval, 35, 66, 120, 267, 399, 425
  • Engineers, Naval, Mr. Gosohen and tbe, 243
  • Engineer in Naval Warfare, The, 5, 42, 66, 69
  • “Engineer” Raad Carriage Competition, The Beard of Trade’s Certificate, 469
  • Engineers for the Royal Navy, 35, 66, 120, 267, 399, 425
  • Engineers of the Royal Navy Reserve, 399
  • Engineers in the United States Navy, 231, 240
  • Engineering, Civil, Mechanical, Electrica1, and Sanitary, in 1895, 13, 14, 18, 19
  • Engineering Contractors, Landon Amateur, 210
  • Engineering Dispute, Tne Clyde, 38
  • Engineering Education, Quackery in, 593
  • Engineering Ixaok-out, The Marine, 497
  • Engineering Material, A Corner in, 375
  • Engineering, Physical Experiment in Relation to, Dr. A. B. W. Kennedy, 500
  • Engineering as a Profession, Elements of Success in, 270
  • Engineering Trade, Wages in the, 335, 457, 557
  • Engineering Work Completed in Venice, A Great, 419
  • England Leads in this only, Gas Eogines, 158
  • “ English Coins,” Mr. G. F. Hill, 446
  • English Engineers and Foreign Markets, 63
  • Enormous Plate, An, 506
  • Envelope of an Incandescent Lamp, Materials employed in Making, 248
  • Equilibrium of an Ellipsoidal Envelops, On the, 187
  • Equipment and Working of Rolling Mills, Mr. S. T. Wellmann, 504
  • Erie Canal, The, 111, 155
  • Erie, New York State Canal Improvements, Surveys for, 111
  • Errata in Sir D. Salomon's Article, 610, 647
  • Erratum, Misspelling of Mr. Thomas Gallon’s Name, 63, 95
  • Eureka Safety Lift, The, 121, 122
  • Evaporators, 518
  • Ewing, Professor J. A., Apparatus for Measuring the Magnetic Permeability of Iron and Steel, 474
  • Ewing, Professor J. A., On the Magnetic Testing of Iron and Steel, 551
  • Ewing, Mr. J. A., On Measurements of Small Strains in the Testing of Materials and Struc¬tures, 94
  • Exeter Sewage, The Septic Tank System, 489

Exhibitions:

  • Exhibition, The Berlin, Cheap Fare3 to, 452
  • Exhibition, Budapest, 1896, Hungarian National, 195
  • Exhibition, The Cardiff—see Cardiff Exhibition
  • Exhibition, The Cycle, 54
  • Exhibition, The Empire of India and Ceylon, 293, 513
  • Exhibition, Guatemala, 1897, Central American, 430
  • Exhibition, Horse and Horseless Carriage, Crystal Palace, 221, 262, 376, 449, 451, 461, 607
  • Exhibition, Horseless Carriages, Imperial Institute, 443, 463
  • Exhibition, Milling, Next Year, 376
  • Exhibition, The New York Bicycle, 188
  • Exhibition, Tbe Nuromburg, 636, 637
  • Exhibition, New York, Electrical, 221, 581
  • Exhibition, Sheffield Art Crafts Guilds, 591
  • Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Society's Show, Leicester, 638, 610, 611
  • Expansion Gear, Cameron’s, 560
  • Explosion on Board the “Terrible,” Cause of the, 519
  • Explosions, Boiler— see Boiler Explosions, 543
  • Explosions, Colliery, their Mystery, 244
  • Explosion of a Converter, 543
  • Explosion on French Battleship, 519, 5S4
  • Explosion on a French Ironclad, Cause of, 519
  • Explosions, Gasoline, 234
  • Explosion on the Irish Mail Train, 30
  • Explosion, The Tylorstown, 124
  • Explosion Waves, True. Propagated through Chbnne Peroxide, 353
  • Explosive), Coal Dust and, 181
  • Explosives for Mines, Safety, 253
  • Explosive Mixtures of Combustible Gases with Air, Professor Clowes on, 590
  • Ettrusion, On Produciog Metal Sections by, 462. 461

F

  • FAILSWORTH Sewage Purification Works, The, 386
  • Failure of the Bonzey Dam, 50
  • Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company,
  • Three Swift Steel Paddle Steamers for the Zsel&nd Steamship Company, 256, 257, 268
  • Fallow Ground, M. P. P. Djhcrain on, 416
  • Fane, Hoar-Admiral C. G., his Semaphore Adop¬ted by the Admiralty, 591
  • Faraday's Papsrs on the Liquefaction of Gases, 643
  • Fares, Brooklyn Electric Street Car, 463
  • Fariot, M. Eueeue, Death of the Aëronaut, his Boqnest, 376
  • Fast Run oa an American Railway, Ditails of the, 313, 322
  • Fast R inning on French Railways, 213
  • Fast Service of the East Coast Passenger Traffic, 591
  • Fast Time in France, 301
  • Fa9t Train Service between New York and Buffa’o, 591
  • Fast Yacht, A, 499
  • Fastest Boat in the World. The, 297
  • Fay-Richardson Valve, United States Locomo¬tives, 622, 623
  • Federated Institution of Mining Engineers, Toe General Meeting of, 187
  • Feed and Circulating Water, Measuring, by Chemical Means, 365, 379
  • Feed Pipes, Long Internal, The Admiralty's Decision Respecting, 228
  • Feed-water Heaters, Berryman, 131
  • Feed-water, On a Method of Estimating, 335
  • Feed-water Siftener, Automatic, 162
  • Fibre, Rhea, 596, 616
  • Fielding and Platt, Large Tandem Gas Engine and Air Compressor, 273
  • Fielding and Platt, Messrs., Ten-ton Hydraulic Crane, 342
  • Fire-boxes, Locomotive, 396, 422, 469, 493, 518
  • Fires and the Brigade, London, 116
  • Fire Engine, A “Dog-cart” Steam, 150
  • Fire Engine, New Floating Steam, 336
  • Fire Engine, Quadricycle, 111
  • Fire Telegraph Alarms, Police and, 582
  • Firing at Captive Balloons, 620
  • First Steam Hammer, 354
  • Fisher, Mr., Tests Applied to Standard Clerk Cells, 353
  • Flamant, M., on the Calendar, 111
  • Flameless Explosives Committee's Report, The, 187
  • Flames, On the Temparature of Certain, 463
  • Fleming and Ferguson, Messrs., Eugines and Boilers of the “ Aberdeen,” 311, 312
  • Fleming and Ferguson, Messrs., Launch of the "Sir Evelyn Wood,” 330
  • Fletcher, Mr. Charles H., Coal-handliog Plant) for Steam Generation, 365
  • Fletcher, Mr. S. L., “The Planets: Are they Worlds like Ours ? ” 345
  • Fletcher, Mr., on Telescopes, 567
  • Fletcher, Mr. W., Steam Locomotives on Common Roads, 51, 84, 104
  • Flexible Metallic Tube, Trial at Liverpool of a New, 187
  • Flight and Flying Machines Dr. G. H. Bryan on, 248
  • Floating Steam Fire Engine, A New, 336
  • Flood-Page, Mr., on Electrically – propelled Vessels, 421, 422
  • Floods Prevention Bill, Lord Thring on the, 625
  • Flood Prevention Works Wanted in Canada, 419
  • Floods, Thames, 321
  • Flooring, Barker's Bridge, 82 Flooring, Bridge, 145
  • Flour Mill at Fort Saskatchewan, New, 543
  • Flour Mills in New South Wales, 393, 519
  • Flour Mills in New South Wales, Labour Em¬ployed by, 519
  • Flow of Water in the Aqueduct Connecting Lock Katrine with Glasgow, Mr. A. F. Bruce on the, 55
  • Fiutometer, The, 599
  • Flying Scotsman Service, New Trains for the. 551
  • Fly-wheel Casualties in the United States, 563
  • Foden and Sons’ Traotion Engine, 639, 644
  • Folkeston and Boulogne, New Express Service rid, 419
  • Food, Experiments to Determine the Nutritive and Caloric Value of, 419
  • Forbes, Prof. G., on Celluloid as an Insulator. 446
  • Ford and Moncar Hot Blast Stove, Mr. B. J. Hall on the, 462
  • Foreign Competition in the Iron Trade, 89, 390
  • Foreign Markets, English Engineers and, 63
  • Foreign Navies, 226
  • Forge, Parkhead, 130,140, 153, 155
  • Forging Press, Hydraulic, 316
  • Forket Railway, Progress of the, 643
  • Formal® for Calculating the Perforation of Armour, 429
  • Forth and Clyde Canal, 247 “ Foudroyant,” Toe, 651
  • “Foudroyant,” The, to be Exhibited in the Thames, 393
  • Fowler and Co., Messrs., Spring Mounted Traction Engine, 85
  • Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Limited, Messrs., Issue of Four per Cent. First Mortgage Debentures,
  • Fowler and Co , Messrs. J., Compound Locomo¬tive with Crane, 572
  • France in 1894, Coal Production of, 387
  • France, Fast Time in, 301
  • France, Horseless Carriages in, 643
  • France, Inland Navigation in, 541
  • France, Prize Competition io, 4S9
  • Free Labour on the Clyde, 8
  • Free Trade and No Trade, 66
  • Freight Cars in Germany, Heating, 353
  • Freight on Street Car Tracks, Transportation of, Prohibited in Newark, N.J., 111
  • French Battleships, 139
  • French Tramways, Coal used on, 463
  • Friction, Reducing Journal Box, 356
  • Friction, Slide Valve, 301
  • Fridlander, Mr. E. D.. On the Amount of Dust in tbe Atmosphere, 416
  • Fried rich shall, Accident in the Rock Salt Mine at, 446
  • Frith, Mr. J., Exhibit at tho Royal Society's Con¬versazione, 581
  • Fuel, Coal Dust, 106
  • “ Fuji,” Model of the Battleship, 446
  • Fuller, Horsey, Sons, and Cassell, Sale of Cone Paper Mill Plant by, 319
  • Furnaces Owned by tbe Cockerill Co., Blast, 416
  • Furnace, Megtss aud Rsfu-e, 41

G

  • GAINSBOROUGH, Tubo Wells at, 452
  • Gainsborough Waterworks, 428, 452
  • Gallow, Mr. Thomas, 63
  • Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Co.’s Police. and Fire Alarms, 582
  • Ganz and Co.’s System, Tramways Wo ksd on the, 293
  • Garland, Mr. Joseph, his Appointment, 202
  • Garrett, Mr. Hubert A., bis Appointment to the Northern Polytechnic Institute, 625
  • Gas, Acetylene, 613
  • Gas and Air, Professor Frank Clowes on Explosive Mixtures of, 590
  • Gas Apparatus on Hire, On Letting, 590
  • Gas, Compressed, for Lighting Railway Cars and Buoys, 563
  • Gas Cylinder Committee's Exhibits at the Royal Society'8 Conversazione, 474
  • Gas Cylinders, Safety of Compressed. 337
  • Gas from Electric Culverts, Testing, Prof. Clowes' Method of, 474
  • Gas Engine and Air Compressor, 200 Indicated Horse-power, 273
  • Gas Engine Cylinder, Effects of the Products of Combustion iu a, 215
  • Gas Engines as Economical Motors, 590
  • Gas Engines in Electric Light Stations, 613
  • Gas Engine, A Hugon. 280
  • Gas Engines, Recent Developments in, 110
  • Gas Engine, The Trusty, 145, 165
  • Gas Engines, Mr. Wm. Norris on, 319
  • Gas Engines—see Engines, Gas
  • Gas Engine Exhausts, Deodorising, 187
  • Gas Engines and Hot Air Motors, Prof. T. H Beare on, 68
  • Gas Eogines, Ignition Tubes for, 419
  • Gas and Gasoline Engines, “England Leads in this Only,” 158
  • Gas Industry, Growth of, Reviewed, 590
  • Gas Lighting, Incandescent, 317, 426
  • Gas in Melbourne, Price of, 263
  • Gas Meters, On Coin, 590
  • Gas Regions of Ohio and Indiana, Building of Industrial Towns in the, 353
  • Gas, Sheffield Gas Company's Reduction in the Price of, 161
  • Gas Supply in 1895, 20
  • Gos Traction System for the Nechells Tramways, 139
  • Gas Undertakings, Mr. E. H. Stevenson on the Principles Governing the Transfer of, 599
  • Gas, The Use of Heating, 142
  • Gase3 a» Illuminants, Mr. Sodesn on, 297
  • Gases, L'qnetac’ion of, 310 372. 393, 396, 422. 451, 457, 493, 518, 566, 613
  • Gues, Liquefaction of, Faraday's Papers on, 613
  • Gases, Oa the Specific Heats of, 139, 446
  • Gases, Theory of, Mr. J. Bertrand, 519
  • Gasholder Construction, Mr. E. L. Pease on, 590
  • Gasoline Explosions, 234
  • Gaster, Mr. Fred., On Weathor Forecasts and Storm Warnings, 293
  • Gauges Adopted in New Seuth Wales and Australia, 419, 446
  • Geometry in Connection with the S ability of Ships, 335
  • Gorman Empire, Output of Pig Iron during March in, 416
  • German Government and Eaglish Steel for Ship- build iog, 470
  • German Hygienic Association, Prizo Offe-ed by, for a Research Essay on the Efficiency of Electric Heaters, 543
  • German Manufacture of Wire Nails, 293
  • German Men-of-War, Development in Design and Construction of, 586, 608
  • Germany, Cement Works in, 161
  • Germany, Mileage of New Railways in. 353
  • German Railway Union, their Ru e Forbidding Use of Brakes with Cast Iron Wheels, 513
  • German Steel Works, Balance Sheet of a, 143
  • Germany, Shipbuilding in, 598, 607
  • Germany, Total Oatturn of Pig Iron in, 161
  • Gibbings, Mr. A. H , Oa Extensions to Outlying Districts, 633
  • Glasgow Hydrau ic Power Supply, 245
  • Glasgow Locomotive Trade, 480
  • Glasgow, Proposed New Bridge, 233
  • Glass, Crookes', Tubes, Experiments with, 591
  • Glass, On the Introduction of Aluminium into, 625
  • Glass, Rod Pot, 187
  • Glass, Ribbed Window, 652
  • Glass Trado, Machinery in the, 270
  • Glass Water Gauge Protector, 34
  • Glennies Creek, New South Wales Timber Bridge over, 520. 524, 525, 526, 527
  • Gloucester Waterworks, 486
  • Goelet, Mr. Robert Steam Yacht Ordered by, at Clydebank, 563
  • Gobna Landslip and Flood, The, 413
  • Gold Coined at the Sydney Mint, 393
  • Gold's Electric Heater, 582
  • Gold Extraction Process,The Hyatt-Henochsbnrg, 496
  • Gold Mining, Tbe Dry Process as Applied to, 146
  • Goldfields of Matabcloland, Mr. Shaw on the, 186
  • Goschen, Mr., and the Naval Engineers, 243
  • Gossage’s Hose Reel, 502
  • Gouffre Mountain, Movement of the, 454
  • Government Ownership of Atlantic Coast Canals Advocated, 213
  • Graham and Co., Messrs. W. and A., Gigantic Petroleum Iron Tanks for Bombay, 376
  • Grangemouth Docks, Collision of tho Steamer “Bulls," 213
  • Graphite Sight-feed Lubricator, Automatic, 272
  • Grates, Locomotive, 168
  • Gray, Professor E'isha, Telautograph, 565
  • Great Eastern Railway Works, 90
  • Great Eistern Railway Co., Whitsun Monday Traffic, 563
  • Great Northern Railway, Jubilee of the, 652
  • Great Northern Railway Co.'s New D.niug Cars, 376
  • Great Northern Railway, 8ft. Single-driver, Engines with Domes, Engines with Larger Fire-boxes. 563
  • Great Northern Railway, Their Pall-out Regula¬tor to be Rstained, 563
  • Great Southern and Western Railway, Compound Express Locomotive, 417, 421
  • Great Western Railway, Dining Cars on tbe, 563
  • Great Western Railway, Major Marindin's Report on the Accident on the Cornwall Section of the, 161
  • Great Western Railway, Mr. Standen on the, 610
  • Great Western and Taff Vale Railways, Rumoured
  • Coalition of, 218
  • Great Western Railway, Testimonial to Benjamin Jean», 543
  • Gréhan», M. N , on the Combustion of Acetylene, 446
  • Green’s Economiser, Brooklyn City Electric Rail¬way, 583
  • Greenheart Timber, 263
  • Greenwich Rainfall Records from 1879—90, Major H. E. Rawson cn the, 416
  • Grenville. Mr. Neville, Steam Carriage, 1875. 421
  • Gr.hges, Mr. H. de, On Electric Traction on Railways, 293
  • Grierson, Mr. F., On Supply of Sea Water for London, 87
  • Grover, Mr. F., Effects of the Products of Com¬bustion in a Gas Engine Cylinder, 215
  • Growth of Steamships, 426
  • Gutta Percha as an Insulating Material, Substi¬tutes for, 563
  • Guard, Railway, Testimonial to Benjamin Jeans, 543
  • Guatemala, Central American Exhibition, 1897, 430
  • Guatemala Central Road, Sale of the. 543
  • Gulf of Alexandretta, Turkish Naval Station to be Established in. 643
  • Gulik, Mr. D Van, On Variation of Resistance in Microphonic Contacts brought about by Electric Vibrations, 393
  • Gun Barrels. Hand made Damascus, in Liège Province, 393
  • Guns. Buckland's, Tables for Maxim, 118, 119
  • Gun Carriage, The Buffington Crozier, 41
  • Guns of H.M S. “ Anson,” Defects in, 20
  • Gun Sights, Naval, 300
  • Gun Sights, Quick-fire Naval, 231
  • Gunter, Mr. John, 161
  • Gwvnne, Messrs J. anl H , their Suction Dredgers at Work, 293

H

  • HACK FORD, Mr. George, 315
  • Haden Hill Colliery, Electric Power Plant a», 161
  • Hall, Mr. B. J., on the Ford and Moncur Hot Blast Stove, 462
  • Hall and Co., Messrs. J. P , Compound Engine and Dynamo, 250
  • Hall and Martin, Messrs., their Visit to the Schalke Mines and Roport on Safety Explo¬sives, 263
  • Hamburg, Maritime Position and Principal Features of the Port of, 601
  • Hamburg, Messrs. Blobm and Voss's Works, 648, 1 649
  • Hamburg, Mr. F. A. Meyer on the Maritime Position of, 607
  • Hamilton, Mr. J. H., on Oil Engines, 147
  • Hammer, First Steam, 354
  • Harapson Liquid Oxygen Procoss, 326
  • Hampson System of L'quefying Gases, The, 310, 393
  • Hand Saws, Temper of, 120
  • Handling Goods at Riverside Premises, Mechini- cal, 301
  • Haniel and Lueg, Messrs., Tbe Heinrichsburg Floating Canal Lift, 388, 389
  • Uanssen, Mr. A., Commercial Efficiency of Steam Boilers, 386
  • Harbours and Waterways:
  • Ardrossan, 247
  • Birmingham Canal Navigations, 438
  • Bristol, 246
  • Burntisland, 247
  • Forth and Clyde Canal, 217
  • Harwich, 131
  • Hastings, 131
  • Hoogbly, The, 247
  • lp3wicb, 438
  • Kurrachee, The, 247
  • Leith, 246
  • London Dooks, Toe, 246
  • Manchester Ship Canal, 247
  • Peterhead, 438 Removal of Wreck, 131
  • Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation, 438
  • Tees, The, 247
  • Thames, The, 437
  • Tyne, The, 247
  • Welsh Ports, 131
  • Whitehills, 131
  • Yarmouth, 438
  • Harbours and Waterways in 1895, 17
  • Harbour Extensions, Dundee and Harbour, 194
  • Harbours of India, The, 168
  • Harbour Works at Algiers, 213
  • Harbour Works, Mexico, Tno Tampico, 365
  • Hardening of Armour plates, 241
  • Hardman, Mr., Hand-power Circular Sawin-,
  • BoriDg, Drilling, and Spoke-tanging Machine, 641, 642
  • Hardy, Mr. John, The Vienna Papers on his Death, 643
  • Harland, Sir Elward, Portrait, 8
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., Lengthening the Mail Steamer " Scot,” 212, 291, 292, 294
  • Harries, Mr. H., On Arc'ic Hail and Thunder¬storms, 624
  • Harrison Fond Appeal, The W. H., 327
  • Hirrison’s Patent Steel Railway Chair, 498
  • Hartlepool, Tbe North-Extern Railway Com¬pany's New Dock at, 319
  • Hartley, Prof., his Exhibit at the Royal Society's Conversazione, 474
  • Hartley Rotarv Engine and Steam Carriage, 3, 4
  • Hartley, Mr. W. N., On tbe Temperature of Cer¬tain Flames, 463
  • Harwich Harbour, 131
  • Harwich Harbour, The Deepening of, 65
  • Hastiugs, Harbour for, 131
  • Hntcbet Planimeter, Mr. Scott's, 139
  • Ha’.horn, Davey, and Co., Compound Cornish Pumping Engines, 84, 85. 88
  • Hailsge by Electricity, Underground, 393
  • Haulbowline Dockyard, 523
  • Havre, Steam and Rope Tramway at, 30
  • Haynes' Motor Carnage, 2
  • Head, Mr. Jeremiah, American and English Methods of Manufacturing Steel Plates, 504
  • Head, Mr. Jeremiah, and his Son have left lor the United States, 643
  • Heating, Hot-water, Mr. W. M. Binney on, 139
  • Heat, Transfer of, through Plates with Differently Arranged Surfaces, 87
  • Heat Transmission through Metal Plates from
  • Heated Gas to Water, Mr. A. Bleehynden, 509
  • Heat Conducting Power of Iron and Steel, 489
  • Heaters, Barry man Feed-water, 131
  • Heating Effects of Coal, Determination of the, 543
  • Heating Freight Cars in Germany, Arrangements for, 353
  • H<a 8 of Gases, The Speci6c, 139
  • Heine Boiler, A 500-Horse Power, 582
  • Heinricbsburg Floating Canal Lift, The, 388, 389
  • Hsrzill, Mr. C. G., On the Rede Pipa Line of the Newcastle and Giteshead Water Company, 93
  • Hepworth, Mr. C. M., The Riss-Hepworth Pro¬jection Lamp, 293
  • Herkomer, Prof., his Process for Reproducing Autograph Sketches by Copper Pate Printing, 161
  • H.M. Cruiser “Blake," Fatal Accident on Board, 643
  • H. M. Docks at Portsmouth, Visit of the Bristol Association of Engineers to, 474
  • H.M. Inspectors of Mines’ Visit to Schalke, in Westphalia, and their Report, 263
  • H.M.S. ’• Andromeda,” Construction of, 165
  • H.M.S. “Doris,” 237
  • H.M.S. “Majestic,” Programme of the Series of Trials. 380
  • H.M.S. -‘Mars,” 337
  • H.M.S. “Victorious,” Anchor Gear for, 232
  • “ Hercule?,” Spring Steel Tine Cultivator, 642
  • Hermite and Basantpn, MM., On the Ascent of the Balloon “ Aërophile,” 463
  • Hermite Electrical Sanitation Process at the Victoria Military Hospital at Netley, 319
  • Hertel Motor Carriage, 3
  • Hertfordshire, Water in, 159
  • Hesketb, Mr. J , On Combined Electric Lighting and Traotion Plants, 633
  • Hessarghatta Works, Completion cf the Great Tank cf, 319
  • High and Low Tension Currents, The Board of Trade and, 419
  • Highland Railway Schemes, Session 1896, 486, 500
  • Highway Authoritiesin Rural Districts in England, Expenditure of, 161
  • Hill, Mr. G F.. On English Coins, 446
  • Hill, Mr. G. IL, The Thirlmere Works for tho Water Sapply of Manchester, 423
  • Hiller, Mr. Edw. G., British Types of Land Boilers, 199
  • Historic Eigines, 643
  • Hodges’ Compound Blower, 431
  • Holland aud Siise, Messrs., their Investigation of Reck Structures in Bengal, 293
  • Holliday, Mr. J., Gas Engines as Economical Motors, 590
  • Hollman, Admiral, his Inaugural Speech, 608
  • Holmfirth Sewage Works, Loan for, 139
  • Holt. Mr. A., his Scheme for Road Locomotives, 187
  • Holt’s Steam Carriage, 132, 264
  • Hollzsr-Canot Electric Carriage, 4
  • Homacoustic Apparatus and the Service Voice- pipe, Trials of the, 263
  • “Honolulu,” The Four-masted Sohooner, 428
  • “ Hooghly," The, 247
  • Horn Comb Making Machinery ? 193
  • Horss Haulage e. Motor Friction, Mr. Mowat, 512
  • Horse Hauling, The Mechanics of, 234
  • Horse power, Electrical and Water, Comparative Cost of, 563
  • Horseless Carriages and Notes thereon, 146, 164, 186, 221, 225, 244, 262, 264, 265, 267, 274, 275, 319, 323, 350, 354, 376, 385, 393, 397, 421, 422,
  • 425, 443, 451, 463, 467, 469, 471, 472, 497, 502,
  • 512, 517, 545, 549, 566, 571, 590, 596, 607, 60S, 616, 648
  • Horseless Carriages, Mr. John Brown on, 421
  • Horseless Carriage Bill, The, 323
  • Horseless Carriage Competition, The Engineer 100 guinea, 385, 469, 521, 545, 566, 569
  • Horseless Carriages and the Bombay Corporation, £93
  • Horseless Carriages in France, 648
  • Horseless Carriages, Military, 244, 267
  • Horseless Carriiges at Pressnt on the Market all more or less Unsatisfactory, 607 Horseless Carriages, Mr. Mowat on, 502
  • Horseless Carriages for Paris, The Chief of the Police’s Report to the Prefect of the Seine, 319
  • Horseless Carriage Trials, American, 274, 275
  • Horse and Horseless Carriages, Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, 262
  • Horseless Vehicles, Prizes offered for, by the Royal Agricultural Show, 376
  • Hoss Reel, Gossage's, 502
  • Hot Blast Stove, Ford and Moncur, 462
  • Hot Water Heating, Mr. W. M. Binney on, 139
  • House of Commons Committee, Traction Engines on Roads, 473, 512
  • Howard, Messrs. J. and F., Self-filling Perpetual Baling Press, 573
  • Howard, Mr. Thomas, 122
  • Howard and Taile’s Railway Carriage Warming Apparatus, 329
  • Howrah Waterworks, Opening Ceremony of the, 263
  • Howrah Water Sapply, 354 Howrah, Bursting of a Main at, 543
  • Huddersfield Gasworks, Result of an Explosion at, 393
  • Hudson's Rear-actiDg Cycle Brake, 407
  • Hudson Tunnel Railway, Meeting of Bondholders of the, 625
  • Hughes, Professor, Paper Reid at the Cambridge
  • Philosophical Society, 463
  • Hugon Gas Engine, A, 280
  • Hukong Valley, Proposed Line by the, 293
  • Hull, Collapse of Old Dock Gates at, 519
  • Hull, Professor, On tho Geology of the Nile 1 Valley, 353
  • Hulse and Co., Messrs., Vertical and Horizontal Milling Machines, 568, 573
  • Humber Bicycles, The, 51
  • Humphreys, Mr. W. J., Examines the Solution and Diffusion of Metals in Mercury, 543
  • Humphrys, Mr. N. H.,On Letting Gas Apparatus on Hire, 590
  • 100-guinea Road Carriage Competition, The, Conditions of Competition, Board of Trade’s Certificate, 385, 469, 521, 545, 566, 569
  • Hunt, Mr. Alfred E , Manufacture of Aluminium by Electrolysis, 165
  • Hunt and Mitton, Messrs., Marks and Morley’s Surface Scum Cock and Valve, 355
  • Hunter, Mr. W. J., Oa Dredgers, 476
  • Hyatt-Henochsburg Gold Extraction Process, The, 496
  • Hydraulic Crane, Ten-loD, 312
  • Hydraulic Forgiog Prew, 316
  • Hydraulic Sewage Pump, Bailey’s, 181
  • Hydraulic Rotative Engines, Mr. Arthur Riggon, 476
  • Hydraulics, The Manchester Ship Canal and Canal and River, 484
  • Hydrogen, Liquefying, 393
  • Hygiene, Prize for Industrial, 617

I

  • ICE Ages, On Recurring, Professor Hughes, 463
  • “If the Collier keeps the Peace,” 374
  • Igneous Rocks, Motamorphism and Re-crystallisat'on of, 293
  • IgDition Tubes for Gas Engines, M. Wallington’s Experiments with, 419
  • Imperial Institute: Exhibition of Horseless Carriages. 443, 463, 472
  • Arnold's Motor Carriage, with Benz Motor (Illustrated), 472, 473
  • Bol'éo Tricycle, The, 473
  • Daimler, Motor Company's Carriage, 472
  • Daimler Motor Company's Narrow-gauge Se'.f-
  • propelled Tramcar, 596 Dion and Bouton Motor Tricycle, 473
  • DuDcan and Superbie Motor Bicycle (IIIni¬trated), 472
  • Lutzmann Carriage, Tho, 472
  • Motor Sociable, 472 Motor Victoria, 472
  • Panhard and Levassor Motor Carriage, Daim¬ler Motor, 472
  • Implements at the Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 638
  • Incandescent Gas Light Company, Limited, v. the De Mare Incandescent Gas Light System, Limited, and others, 314
  • Incandescent Gas L:ght Cass, The, 426
  • Incandescent Gas Lighting, 347, 426
  • Incandescent Lamp, Materials employed in making
  • the Eovelope of an, 218
  • Incandescent Lamp, New, 571
  • Incandescent Public Lighting, Mr. F. G. Dexter on, 610
  • Increased Yield of the Blast Furnace, 374
  • Index Map of the Geological Survey, 65
  • India and Ceylon Exhibition, Electricity Station at the (Supplement, May 22nd, 1896), 513
  • India, Harbours of, 168
  • India, Impetus given to Native Trade in, 419
  • Indian Railways, 58, 59, 87, 139. 187, 218, 263, 293, 298, 299, 319, 353, 439, 625
  • Indian Railway Administration, Report for 1895, 625
  • Indian Railways, Abmedabad, 319, 353
  • Indian Railways. Locomotives for tbe Eastern
  • Bengal State Riilways, 298, 299
  • Indian Railways, Metre Gauge Rolling Stock on, Proposed Adoption of in Egypt, 353
  • Indian Railways, New Line Projected, 489
  • Indian Railways, Net loss to tbe State on, 187
  • Indian Railways Opened for Traffic, 489
  • Indian Railways. Proposed Connecting Line be¬tween two, 353
  • Indicator Gaar for High-speed Engines, 473
  • “ Inflexible," Refit of the, 213
  • Inglis, Mr. John, Rates of Speed and Rates of Freight, 210
  • Inland Navigation aDd Foreign Going Steamers, 39

Institute of British Carriage Manufacturers :

  • Address by Mr. Geo. J. Jacobs, 613

Institute, The City and Guilds of London:

  • Award of tho Salters’ Company’s Research Fellowship, 218
  • Conversazione, Progamme, 599
  • Perry, Prof. JohD, Appointment of a Successort>, 489

Institute of Electrical Engineers, The American:

  • Local Annealing of Hard-faced Armour Plates, Mr. H. N. Lemp, jun , 355

Institute, The Imperial — t<e Imperial Institute:

Institute, The Incorporated Gas:

  • Thirty-third Annual General Meeting, P.o- gramme, 571, 590
  • Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. W. R. Chester, 590
  • Election of Officers for the Ensuiog Year, 610
  • Explosive Mixtures of Combustible Gases with Air, Professor F. Clowes, 590
  • Gas Engine) as Economical Motors, Mr. J. Holliday, 590
  • Gasholder Construction, New Details in, Mr. E. Lloyd Pease, 590
  • Lettiog Gas Apparatus on Hire, Mr. Norton II. Ilumphrys, 590
  • New Details in Gasholder Construction, Mr. E. L. l’oase, 590
  • Photometers and Standards of Light, Mr. W. Sugg, 610
  • Popularisation of Gas, Mr. A. Dougall, 590
  • Principles Governing the Transfer of Gas
  • Undertakings, Mr. E. II. Stovonson, 590
  • Season's Experience with Incandescent Public Lighting, A, Mr. F. G. Dexter, 610
  • Standard Photometer, Mr. W. J. Dibdin on a, 610

Institute, The Iron and Steel:

  • Autumn Meeting, Programme, 221
  • Programme of Arrangements for the Annual Meeting, May 7-8, 892
  • Bessemer Medal Awarded to Dr. H. Wedding, , 462
  • Carbon, Experiments on the Rate of the Diffu¬sion of, Mr. Roberts-Austen, 487
  • Darby, Mr. J. H., on the Application of Mond Producer Gas to the Manufacture of Steel, ] 488
  • Dick's Method of Producing Metal Sections by Extrusion, Mr. Nureey, 462, 464
  • Ford and Moncur Hot-blast Stove, Mr. B. J. Hall, 462
  • Origin of Middle Lias Ironstone in South ' , Oxfordshire, Mr. E. A. Walford, 462
  • Introduction of Standard Methods of Analysis, Baron Jiiptner von Jonstorff, 487
  • Treatment of New Zealand Magnetic Irons and, Mr. E. Metcalf Smith, 462

Institute of Iron and Steel Works’

  • Managers, The South Stafford¬shire:
  • Discussion of Report upon Foreign Competition in the Iron Trade, and Paper on the Subject by Mr. H. M. Punnott, 301, 390

Institute of Junior Engineers:

  • Illustrated Newspaper Production, Mr. James Rennie, 339
  • Roatgen Rays, Mr. H. L. Tyson Wolff, 339
  • Theatrograph, Mr. R. W. Pauli, 339

Institute, The Junior Franklin:

  • Influence of Character of Sand on Cement Mortar, Mr. A. S. Cooper, 519

Institute of Marine Engineers:

  • Sixth Annual Dinner of, 652
  • White Metals for Wearing Surfaces, Mr. R. Divisoa, 519

Institute of Mining Engineers, The American:

  • Mobility of Molecules of Cast Iron, Mr. A. E. Outerbridge, 430

Institute of Mining Engineers, The Midland:

  • MiniDg Explosives, Discussion on Prof. Lewes’ Paper on, 449
  • Roth Method of Firing Shots, Discussion on Mr. G. Blake Walker’s Paper od, 449

Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, North of England:

  • Report of the Flameless Explosives Committee. 187

Institution of Mining and Metallurgy:

  • Election of Mr. Joseph Garland as President, 202

Institute, The Sanitary:

  • Exhibition at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 500

Institution of Civil Engineers:

  • 137, 191, 402
  • Annual General Meetiog, 600
  • Appointment of Mr. J. H. T. Tadsbery as Secretary, 656
  • Committee Appointed to Consider the Question of Defining a Standard of Thermal Efficiency of Steam Engines, 503
  • Electric Street Riilway System of Montreal, Canada, Mr. G. C. Cuningham, 223
  • Letter to the Editor on, by A. J. Wallis-Tayler, 191
  • Littoral Drift: In Relation to River Outfalls and to Harbour Entrances, Mr. W. H. Wheeler, 249
  • Magnetic Data of Iron and Steel, Mr. H. F. Parshall, 552
  • Magnetic Testing of Iron and Steel, Prof. J. A. Ewing, 551
  • Recent Developments in Gas Engines, Mr. Dugald Clerk, 110
  • Rolling Mills, Equipment and Working of, Two Communications Concerning English and American Practice, Mr. J. Head and Mr. S. T. Wellman, 504
  • Sanitary Works of Buenos Ayres, The Hon. R. C. Parsons, 55
  • Tampico Harbour Works, Mexico, Dr. E. L. Corthell, 365
  • Thermal Efficiency of Steam Engines, Capt. H. Riall Sankey, 354
  • Thirlmere Works for the Water Supply of Man¬chester, Mr. G. H. Hill, 423
  • Vyrnwy Works for the Water Supply of Liver¬pool, Mr. G. F. Deacon, 423

Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland:

  • Light or Secondary Railways, Mr. A. D. Price, 488

Institution of Civil Engineers, The Manchester Association of. Students:

  • Ninth Annual Dinner, 8

Institution of Civil Engineers, Newastle-on-Tyne Association of Students:

  • Election of Council, 476
  • Rede Pipe Line of the Newcastle and Gates¬
  • head Water Company, Mr. C. G. Henzell, 93
  • Road and Street Making in Towns, Mr. J. R. Biterien, 217

Institution of Civil Engineers, Yorkshire Association of Students:

  • Effects of the Products of Combustion rn a Gas Engine Cylinder, Mr. F. Grover, 245
  • Third Annual Meeting of, 377
  • Visit to the York City Sewage Works, 506

Institution of Electrical Engineers:

  • Circular Issued by, 110
  • Utilisation of Water Power, especially with a Small Fall, with Examples of Plants for the Generation of Electrical Energy, Mr. Alph. Steiger, 548

Institution, Electrical Standardising and Training:

  • Objects and Work of, 55

Institution of Engineers, Chesterfield and Midland Counties:

  • List of Papers to be Read or Taken as Read, 341

Institution of Engineers, The Cleveland:

  • British Types of Land Boilers, Mr. Edw. G. Hiller, 199

Institution of Engineers and Naval Architects, The Hull and District:

  • Removal of the Marsh-lane Tonne), Leeds, r Mr. H. J. Rudgard, 202

Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders, North-East Coast:

  • Visit to Cardiff and Newport and to the Barry I Dock, 651
  • Papers Road—Account Postponed until a Future Impression, 651

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders In Scotland:

  • Premium Awards, 476
  • Rites of Speed and Rates of Freight, Mr. John I Inglis, 210

Institution, The Farnham Mechanics:

  • Motorcycles, Mr. J. H. Knight, 293

Institution of Gas Engineers:

  • Programme of the General Meeting, 478

Institutions of Junior Engineers:

  • Coal Handling Plants for Steam Generation, Mr. C. H. Fletcher, 365
  • Dredgers, Mr. W. J. Hunter, 476
  • Lectures on Marine Engineering Design, Course of, 39
  • Notes on Belgian Electrical Engineering Practice, Mr. A. Anstrutber-Thomson and Mr. i G. C. A. Allingham, 493
  • Stability of Tall Chimneys, Mr. F. J. Bancroft, 185
  • Urban Roads and Footways, Mr. J. Julian, 87
  • Visit to the National Skating Palace, 262

Institution of Mechanical Engineers: 143

  • Forty-ninth Annual General Meeting, Papers to be Read and Discussed, 86
  • Address of the President, Mr. E. W. Richards, , 458, 474
  • Calculation of Horse-power, Lieut.-Col. English, 1 143 ,
  • Commencement of Spring Meeting, Presidential Address, Mr. E. Windsor Richards, 458, 474 .
  • Dinner of the Institution, 459
  • Notes on Superheating, Mr. W. Patchell, 143, 196, 458
  • Steel Steam Pipes and Fittings, and Benardo's Arc Welding in Connection therewith, Mr. . Sam. MacCarthy, 458
  • Telemeters and Range Finders, Professors Barr and Stroud, 143

Institution of Mining Engineers, The Federated:

  • List of Papers Read at the General Meeting, Sheffield, 186, 215
  • Coal Washing Plant at the Wirral Colliery, Mr. Jas. Platt, 215
  • Eastern Limits of the Midland Coalfield, Pro¬fessor E. Hull, 187
  • General Meeting, Programme of Excursions, ‘ &c., 542
  • Lead and Lap of Winding and other Engine', Mr. H. Walters, 215
  • Vibromotor, Mr. Emerson Bainbridge, 187 Visits and Excursions, 215

Institution of Naval Architects:

  • Annual Summer Dinner, Berlin, Toasts and i Speeches, 648
  • Classification and Relative Power of Warships, Professor Elgar, 608
  • Dates of Annual Meetings, 155
  • Development in Design and Construction of •
  • German Men-of-war, Herr A. Dietrich, 586, 608
  • Docks and Docking Appliances, Recent Improvements in, Mr. Lyonel Clark, 608, 623, 653
  • Doors Applicable to Water-tight Bulkheads, Various Descriptions of, Mr. Martell, 650
  • Electricity on Board Ship, Use of, Herr F. Eickenradt, 650
  • Leading Article on the Meeting of, 373
  • Leading Article on the Reception in Germany, 646
  • Maritime Position and Principal Features of the Port of Hamburg, Herr Franz Andreas Meyer, 601, 607
  • Method of Estimating Feed-water, Mr. Strome- yer, 335, 365, 379
  • Microscopical Investigations into Steel, Mr. Seaton, 335, 365, 377
  • New Theory of the Pitching Motion of Ships on Waves, &c , Captain A. Kriloff, 336
  • Non-uniform Rolling of Ships, Mr. R. E. Froude, 336
  • Notes on the Carriage of Grain Cargoes, Mr. George Herbert Little, 336
  • Opening of the 37th Annual Session, Lord Hopetoun's Inaugural Address, 309
  • Programme for Session 1896, 297
  • Salvage Appliances, Mr. J. G. Kinghorn, 324, f 335
  • Shipbuilding in Germany, C. F. Laeisz, 598,
  • Some Geometry in connection with the Stability , of Ships, Mr. J. Brahn, 335
  • Summer Meetings of, at Hamburg, 438, 586, 607, 646, 648
  • Use of Electricity on Board Ship?, Herr F. Eickenhardt, 627
  • Visits to the Berlin Machine Works Company’s Works to Potsdam and Stettin, 649, 650
  • Visit to Messis. Blohtn and Voss’ Shipyard and Floating Docks, Hamburg to Steinwarder, 590, 648, 649 „
  • Visit to the Works of Messrs. Siemens and Halske
  • Water-tight Doers, Captain Lord Charles t Beresford on, 309, 314 ,
  • Water-tight Doors, Colonel N. Soliani, 324
  • Water-tube Boilers, Colonel Soliini, 335
  • Water-tube Boilers, Professor W. H. Watkin- I son, 335, 347, 351
  • Water-tube Boilers, Mr. J. Watt, 318, 335
  • Weakness in Tank Steamers, Herr Otto Schlick, 648, 649, 651
  • Last Meeting, 373

Institution, The Royal United Service:

  • Elements of Force in Warships, Admiral Colomb,
  • Institution at Woolwich, The Royal K Artillery:
  • Flight and Flying Machines, Dr. G. H. Bryan, 248
  • Insulating Materials to Replace Gutta Percha, 563
  • Insulating Underground Steam Pipes, 377
  • Iolegrator, A New, 83
  • Invention, Education and, 470
  • “ Invention,” The Indefinable Requirement of the Patent Law, 541
  • Inverness, The New Waterloo Bridge, 366, 392, 394
  • Ipswich, New Dredging Plant for the Port of, 438
  • Irish Mail Train, Explosion on the, 30
  • Irish Railway, Air. Hanbury on the Proposed Sale of an, 419
  • Irish Railway Working, 169:
  • Irish Trade, The Manchester Ship Canal and the, 310
  • Iron, Best Yorkshire, 296
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trade of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 21, 44, 70, 98, 124, 148, 176, 202, 226, 250, 278, 302, 330, 356, 380, 408, 432, 452, 478, 504, 528, 552, 576, 602, 628, 654
  • Ironmoulding ? 593
  • Iron Oxide in the Rocks of Anthracite Coal Regions, on the Capricious Distribution of, 419
  • Iron, Pig, Output in Germany, 446
  • Iron Railway Bridges, The Life of, 157
  • Ironsand, On the Treatment of Magnetic, 462
  • Iron, Sandy Pig, 301
  • Iron Sheeting, Reservoir Dams with, 459
  • Iron and Steel, Apparatus for Measuring the Magnetic Permeability of, 474
  • Iron and Steel, Heat Conducting Power of, 489
  • Iron and Steel, Magnetic Properties of, Two Papers on the, 551
  • Iron and Steel Trades, The Delegates of the, 58
  • Ironstone in North Oxfordshire, Origin of Middle Lias, 462
  • Iron Trade, Facts concerning the Competition of the Continent and America in the, 463
  • Iron Trades, Foreign Competition in the, 89
  • Iron Trades, Wages in English and Continental, 35
  • Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, New Paddle Steamer for the, 563
  • Islington, Electric Lighting of, 249
  • Islington Electric Light Station, 533, 538, 544
  • Italy, The Future Route to, 621
  • Italy, New Railway along West Coast of, 376
  • Italy, Steam Tramways in, 519
  • Ivatt, Mr. H. A., Compound Express Locomotive, Great Southern and Western Railway, Ireland, 417, 424
  • Ives, Mr. F. E., On the Stereo Photo-chromoscope, 213
  • Ives, Mr. F. E., Steroscopic Photo-chromoscope, 584

J

  • JACOBS, Mr. G. J., his Presidential Address on Carriage Building, 643
  • Jacobus, Mr. D. S., Tests to Show the Distribution d of Moisture in Steam when Flowing through a Horizontal Pipe, 123
  • Jaffa, Need of a Harbour at, 519
  • Jakobson’s Three-wheeled Tandem, 188
  • “James Forrest” Lecture, The, Dr. A. B. W. Kennedy, 500
  • Jandus Arc Lamp, The, 93, 301
  • Japan, Contract Price of Light Railways for Japan made by the Illinois Steel Works, 563
  • Japan, First Cotton Spinning Factory in, 625
  • Japan, Intended Erection of a Steel Foundry in, 463
  • Japan, New Dry Dock, 463
  • Japan Railways, Cost of Construction per Mile, 446
  • Japan, Railways in Operation in, 463
  • Japanese Nav*p, Model of the “Fuji” at the Museum of Royal United Service Institution, 446
  • Japanese Battleship “Fuji,” The, 221, 339
  • Japanese Battleship “ Yashima,” Launch of the, 237
  • Japanese Imperial Railway Department, Report of, 393
  • “Jaureguiberry,” The French Battleship?, 139
  • Jeans, Mr. Benjamin, Testimonial to, 543
  • Jeckell, Air. J. A., Cable Specifications and Tests, 633
  • “ Jenny Lind,” Locomotive, The, Mr. D. Joy, 25, 36, 246, 422, 527, 639
  • Jessop and Son, Messrs., Compound Horizontal Engine with Collman Valve Gear, 156, 158
  • Johannesburg Engines, 10, 12
  • Johnson and Phillips, Messrs., Combined Cabling and Serving Alacbine, 420
  • Johnson, Air. §., Express Passenger Locomotive, Alidland Railway (Supplement, January 31s/, 1896), 114
  • Jonage Canal, The, 541 | Jones, Mr. John, 393
  • Jonstorff, Baron Jüptner von, On the Introduction of Standard Methods of Analysis, 487
  • Joule Effect, The, 550
  • Journal Box Friction, Reducing, 356
  • Joy, Mr. David, Passenger Engine, Alidland Railway, 25, 36, 246, 422, 527, 539
  • Jubilee of the Great Northern Railway, 652
  • Julian, Air. J., On Urban Roads and Footways. 87
  • Jumeau, M., his Retirement, 389

K

  • KANE-PENNINGTON Gasoline Engine, 3, 4,
  • Kane-Pennington Alotor, The, 3, 4, 114
  • “ Katahdin,” The United States Ram, 329
  • Kathodic Radiation, Prof. Des Coudres on, 161
  • Kelvin, Lord, 620
  • Kendall and Gent, Messrs., Alachine Tools, 395. 398
  • Kendall and Gent, Alessrs., Milling Planing Machine, 395
  • Kennedy, Dr. A. B. W., Physical Experiment in Relation to Engineering, 5C0
  • Kennedy, Mr., On Co-operation by Rail and Road, 3/6
  • Kent Coalfields Syndicate, Contract Entered into by the, 419
  • Kerosene, How to Avoid the Dangers of, 563
  • Kerosine Oil at Crlcutta, Dearth of, 84
  • Khedive and the Officials of the Midland Railway Works, The, 248
  • Kiliick, Nixon, and Co., Indian Railway Conces¬sion to, 489
  • Kinghorn, Mr, J. G., Salvage Appliances, 324, 335
  • King’s College, Annual Dinner of the Old Students, 486
  • Kington and Eardisley Railway Company’s Bill not to ba Proceeded with, 319
  • Kissling, Mr. R , Amount of Paraffin in Burning Oil, 419
  • Kiese, G., Experiments with Accumulators for Lighting Railway Carriages, 116
  • Knaresborough, The Dropping Well, Water Analysed, 463
  • Knight, Mr. J. U., On Motorcycles, 293
  • Knight, Mr., Steam Carriage, 1868, 421
  • Koepeke, Prof., Method for Pulling up Trains, 647
  • Kremson, Prof., On the Duration of Sunshine over Europe, 187
  • Krupp’s Armour in 1894—1895, 112, 113
  • Kurrachee, 247

L

  • LAEISZ, Mr. C. F., Shipbuilding in Germany 598, 607
  • Lafay, M. A., Deviation of the x Rays by the Magnet, 376
  • Lafayette, Mr. F. M. Goss, Tests of a 10-Horse Power de Laval Steam Turbine, 477
  • Laird, Messrs., Torpedo Boat Destroyer for the Chilian Government Launched, 263
  • Lake Erie Ship Cana), The, 76
  • Lakes in Norway, Concerning the Depths of the, 519
  • “ La Marguerite," Opening Trip of, 647
  • Lamp, Mr. Herman N., Local Annealing of Hard-faced Armour-plates, 355
  • Lamp, The Jandus Arc, 93
  • Lancashire, Derbyshire, and East Coast Railway, 213, 217, 218
  • Lancashire, Derbyshire, and East Coast Railway Company, Meeting of, 248 Lancashire Plateway, The Proposed, 250
  • Land to Water Surface, The Ratio of, 591
  • Landing Stage, Liverpool, 540
  • Landslip and Flood, The, 413
  • Langhorne, Mr.,Traffic on London and the Tower Bridges, 489
  • Lathe, Bicycle Hub-forming, 564
  • Lathe, Brass Finishers’, 512
  • Lathe, An Early Copying, 92, 93
  • Lathe, Sliding and Surfacing Break, 40
  • Launch, Bull’s Metal, 11
  • Launches of H.M.S. "Pelorus” and “Desperate,” 189
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 23, 47, 79, 101, 151, 176, 189, 200, 229, 237, 249. 281, 293, 305,350, 359, 383, 411, 416, 435, 446, 455, 478, 489, 504, 519, 531, 543, 552, 563, 576, 602, 628, 647, 654
  • de Laval Steam Turbine, Tests of a 10-Horse Power, 477
  • Lavatories, Railway Carriage, 431
  • Law, Major E. Fitzgerald, On the Railways in Asiatic Turkey, 558
  • Law, Mr. Robeit, Auxiliary Assay Balance described by, 489
  • Lawford, Mr. G. Maxwell, bis Scheme adopted for the Drainage of Marlborough, 263
  • Laycock, Mr. W. F., Products Obtained by the
  • Dry Distillation of Bran with Lime, 187
  • Lead and Lap of Winding and other Engines, 215

Leaders:

  • 1896, 13 Accuracy, 90
  • Admiralty Contracts, 61, 193
  • African Lake and River Transport, 270
  • America’s Steel Production, 245
  • American Locomotive Performance, 322
  • Armour of Peace, The, 37
  • Atmosphere of Great .Towns, The, 496
  • Biscay and Mediterranean Canal, The, 522
  • Boilers for Electric Light Stations, 322, 399
  • British-built Steam Yaohts for American Owners, 448
  • Cable Repairing and Cable Danger, 116
  • Caledonian Railway Extension, 296
  • Canals, 143
  • Chemistry, 1895, 20
  • Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, 347, 495
  • Civil Engineering in 1895, 13
  • Clyde Engineerirg Dispute, The, 38
  • Coal, 116
  • Coal Charter, The New, 619
  • Coal Trade, The, 296
  • Coast Defence Ships, 167
  • Coke Gas Possibilities of the States, 34S
  • Common Sense in Work and Wages, 322
  • Complications in the Coal Trade, 522
  • Compound Locomotives, 447, 570
  • Continental Competit'on and the Railway Rates, 115
  • Continental Workmen, 142
  • Copper Mines in Spain, 400
  • Corner in Engineering Material, A, 375
  • Cost of a Great Frost, The, 546
  • “ Dear Old Smoky Sheffield,” 595
  • Defence of the Empire, The, 593
  • Discharge Note System in Collieries, 400
  • Drummond Castle Disaster, The, 645
  • Dundee and Aberdeen Harbour Extensions, 194
  • Education and Invention, 470
  • Electric Light.inHhe’.Provinces, The, 323
  • Electrical Engineering in 1895, 18
  • Elements of Success in Engineering as a Pro¬fession, The, 270
  • Engineering Settlement, The, 546
  • Engineers or Artificers ? 495
  • Engineers of.tho Royal Naval Reserve, 399
  • Engineers for the Royal Navy, 425
  • English Engineers and Foreign Markets, 63
  • Explosion on a French Ironclad, 522
  • Feature of the New Naval Programme, A, 168 :
  • Fire-boxes of Locomotive Ecgines, The, 469
  • Firiug at Captive Balloons, 620
  • Foreign Competition in the Iron Trades, 89
  • Gas Supply, 1895, 20
  • German Government and English Steel for Shipbuilding, 470
  • Glasgow Hydraulic Power Supply, 245
  • Goichen, Mr., and the Naval Engineer?, 243
  • Great Eastern Railway Works, 90
  • Great Map of tho World, The, 374
  • Growth of Steamships, The, 426
  • Harbours of India, The, 168
  • Harbours and Waterways in 1895, 17
  • Horseless Carriages, 425
  • Horseless Carriage Competition, Our, 569
  • Hyatt-Henochsburg Gold Extraction Process, The, 496
  • “ If the Collier keeps the Peace,” 374
  • Incandescent Gas Lighting, 3471
  • Incandescent Gas Light Case, The, 426
  • Increased Yield of the Blast Furnace, The, 374
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 143
  • Institution of Naval Architects, Last Meeting of, 373
  • Irish Railway Working. 169
  • Iron, Best Yorkshire, 296
  • Light Railways, 243
  • Light Railways Bill, The, 569
  • Locomotive Grates, 168
  • London Dock Companies and Shipowners, The, 594
  • London Fires and the Brigade, 116
  • Lord Kelvin, 620
  • Machinery in the Glass Trade, 270
  • Managers of our Ordnance Factories, The, 619
  • Marine Engineering Look-out, The, 497
  • Mechanical Engineering in 1895, 14
  • Mersey and Irwell Joint Committee, The, 374
  • Military Horseless Carriages, 244
  • Miners’ Conference, The, 61
  • More Light, 546
  • Mystery of Colliery Explosions, The, 244
  • Naval Architects in Germany, The, 646
  • Navy and the Admiralty, The, 141
  • Outlook in the Coal Trade, The, 447
  • Permanent Way, 295, 448
  • Petroleum in the United States, 594
  • Pneumatic Process, The, 545
  • Position of the Mechanical Draughtsman, The, 645
  • Problem of Speed, The, 521
  • Quackery in Engineering Education, 593
  • Quarter’s Clyde Shipbuilding, A, 318
  • Race to the North, The, 38
  • Royal Ordnance Factories, The, 37, 115
  • Safety in Caisson Work, 497
  • Sanitary Conditions at Hong Kong, 522
  • Sanitary Eegineering in 1895, 19
  • Scotch Railway Working, 270
  • Sheffield Canal, The, 270
  • Silk from Wood, 522
  • South Yorkshire Coke Trade, The, 616
  • Submarine Telegraphic Works, 448
  • Superheated Steam, 193
  • Thames Floods, 321
  • Thames as a Highway, The, 38
  • Trade Revival, 646
  • Train Resistance, A Question of, 62
  • Triple Cylinder Locomotives, 269
  • Use of Heating Gas, The, 142
  • Wages in the Clyde Shipbuilding Trade, 318
  • Wanted, the Reason Wby, 594
  • War Material in 1895, 16
  • Water Board for tbe Metropolitan Counties, A, 295
  • Water Supply, 1895, 19
  • Welsh Water Scheme, A Great, 521
  • West of Scotland Industrial Outlook, 194
  • What is an Invention ? 545
  • Work and Wages, Common Sense in, 322
  • Yorkshire Iron, Best, 296
  • Yorkshire Miners 620
  • Yorkshire Mining n 1895, 646
  • Le Bon, M. Gustave, on “ Dark Light,” 161
  • La Cbatelier, M. IL, on the Combustion of Acetylene, 248
  • Lecornu, M. L., on the Equilibrium of an Ellip¬soidal Envelope, 187
  • Leeds Express, Accident ta th9, 263

Legal Intelligence:

  • Blackpool Great Whae), Graydon r. Bassett, 159
  • Incandescent Gas Light Company, Limited, v. Toe De Mare Incandescent Gas Light System, Limited, and Others, 314
  • Leith, 247
  • Lengthening the Cape Mail s.s. “ Scot,” 212, 291, 292, 294

Letters to the Editor’:

  • Admiralty Programme, Retrop, 616
  • America and the Bessemer Process, F. J. R. Carulla, 267
  • Angus Smith's Composition, J. I’., 193
  • Approximate Relation of Power to Speed in
  • Bicycles, Robert Wilcox, 190
  • Association of Watarworks Engineers, D. M. F. Gaskin, 11
  • Association of Waterworks Eogineers, Wm. Matthews, 96
  • Band Saw, An Old, J. Hamilton, 11
  • Bayard, Mr., and H.M.S. “Calliope," Robert McGlacson, 550
  • Belgian Girder? in Manchester, Henry Simon, 96
  • Bessemer Process, Tbe, Henry Bessemer, 299
  • Boilers for Electric Light Stations, John Brown and Co., F. Gross, 450
  • Boiler Inspection in New Zealand, Geo. Croll, 241
  • Books on Railway Signals H. Rayner Wilson, 469
  • Bridge Flooring, J. W. Twinberrow, 145
  • B lilt up Locomotive Crank Shaft, A. F. W. Webb, 451
  • Bullhead Rails and Flange Rails, E. Russell Tratman, 165
  • Bullhead Rails and Flange Rails, Jas. Whito- stone, 66
  • Bull’s Metal Launch, G. F. G. Des Vignes and Co., 11
  • Calvx Diamond Boriog Crown? The, M. and F., 89
  • Canal and Light Railway Legislation, E. A. Hackett, 372
  • Caual Proposal, A, Wm. B. Cook, 241
  • Canals, Geo. T. Pardoe, 493
  • Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, Ch. Ballens, 67
  • Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, F. W. Crohn, 467
  • Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, Iron, 146, 397
  • Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, Carlton J. Lambert, 450, 493
  • Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, Hiram S. Maxim, 551
  • Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, Observer, 423
  • Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, Senex, 372
  • Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, Old Tube, 118
  • Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, Old Tubu- lou8, 397
  • Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, W. H. Watkinson, 372
  • Coal Premiums, Charles Rous-Marten, 267
  • Coal Premiums, A Running Shed Foreman, 267
  • Coal Premiums, Clement E. Stretton, 211
  • Coast Defence Ships, Robert McGlasson, 191
  • Coast Defence Ships, J. II. R. Rose, 241
  • Coke Screening Machinery ? 115
  • Compound Locomotives, Ernest E. Baguley, 450
  • Compound Locomotives, F. W. Dean, 450
  • Corrugated Iron? K. P., 521
  • Coat of Looks and Weirs, The? E. P. J , 167
  • Crossings and Carves? Student, 495
  • Crystal Palace, The, M. E., 422
  • Crystal Palace, The, Mem. Inst., 452
  • Crystal Palaco, The, Norwood, 397, 423
  • Demolishing Chimneys, A. Denny, 266
  • Disposal of Town Rofuso? Ernest McCullough, 193
  • Drowned Pumps, Joseph Evans and Sons, 35
  • Drying Apparatus for Ores, Clay, and Phos¬phates? J. H., 269
  • Duty of Pumps, J. B., 518
  • Early Locomotives, Henry Greenly, 67, 120
  • Early Locomotives, D. H. Littlejohn, 35, 120
  • Early Locomotives, G' H. Sekon, 35, 67, 96
  • Early Locomotives, Clement E. Strettoc, 35, 67, 120
  • Early Locomotives, J. W., 120
  • Early Locomotives, John Wilson, 10, 35
  • Economic Production of Lime ? J. F. S., 243
  • Electrical C alonisation, Thos. Meaoock, 467
  • Electric Light Engines, D. U. M. Barton, 11
  • Electric L;ght Engines, Robt. A. Bruce, 11, 35
  • Emery and Corundum ? Emery, 619
  • Engine Power in Paddle Steamers, J. M., 327
  • Engine-power in Paddle Steamers, Mareotis, 397
  • Engine-power in Paddle Steamers, R. B. S., 301, 377
  • Engine-power in Paddle Steamers, Spcnson, 37 7
  • Eoginepower in Paddle Steamers, Superintend¬ing Engineer, 301
  • Engine Tests, H. Bollinckx, 145
  • “ Engineer ” Horseless Carriage Competition, The, Alf. R. Sennett, 566
  • ‘ Engineer ” Il orsoless Carriage Competition, The, Wm. Rose Smith, 566
  • Engineers of Naval Warfare, The, Robert McGlasson, 66
  • Engineers for the Navy, C. P., 267
  • Evaporators, E. Stephenson, 518
  • Extracting Water from Milk I B. J., 321
  • Fast Time in France, R. Collier, 301
  • First Steam Hammer, The, Charles Harrison, 354
  • Free Trade and No Trade, A. Williamson, 66
  • Glass Water Gauge Protector, F. W. Webb, 34
  • Hampson Liquid Oxygen Process, Zero, 326
  • Hardening of Armour-plates, B. H. Thwaite, 241
  • Hardening Steel to Cut Hard Steel ? Tool- maker, 115
  • Horn Comb Making Machinery? J. H. H., 193
  • Horseless Carriages, E. T. Clubbe, A. W. Southey, 616
  • Horseless Carriages, A Country Gentleman, 467
  • Horseless Carriages, Chas. T. Crowden, 422
  • Horseless Carriages, G. A. Haig, 451
  • Horseless Carriages, Harry R. G. Inglis, 451
  • Horseless Carriages, Inquirer, 118
  • Horseless Carriages, Phillips, Ormonde, and Co., 451
  • Horseless Carriages, Alfred R. Sennett, 397
  • Horse'ess Carriages, John Todd, 354
  • Institute of Civil Engineers, Alex. J. Wallis-Tayler, 191
  • Insulating Underground Steam Pipes, Edgar Kidwell, 377
  • Ironmoulding ? Ironfounder, 593
  • James Watt and Co., Soho Works, Soho, 267
  • James Watt and Co., Soho Works, One of the Staff, 241
  • Jenny Lind, The, David Joy, 527
  • Jenny Lind, The, Clement E. Scrotton, 539
  • Jenny Lind, The, L. and S. W., 422
  • Joule Effect, The, C. E. Basevi, 550
  • Light Locomotive Bill, The, S. Flood-Page, 422
  • Light Railways, Wm. Lawford, 616
  • Light Railways Bill, The, J. M. Burke, 600
  • Light Railways Bill, The, J. C. Mackay, 600
  • Light Railways r. Light Road Locomotives, Slow Speed, 345
  • Lime? G. G. S., 193
  • Lime Kilns and Lime Burning, W. J. Jenkins, 267
  • Line Movement Engine, W. H. T., 301
  • Linde Oxygen Process, The, M. A., 67
  • Linde Process, The, M. A., 120
  • Links in the History of the Locomotive, W. J. Barker, 396
  • Liquefaction of Gases, The, Cry os, 372, 422, 493, 566
  • Liquefaction of Gases, Frank Dowling, 467
  • Liquefaction of Gases, J., 518
  • Liquefaction of Gases, Zero, 396, 451, 493, 518
  • Locomotive Fire-boxes, Adriatic, 396
  • Locomotive Fire-boxes, Edward J. M. Davies, 422
  • Locomotive Fire-boxes, Joseph J. Tyrrell, 493
  • Locomotive Fire-boxes, C. E. Wolff, 518
  • Machinery for making Umbrella Parts, Horn, Ivory and Metal Buttons, and Steel Pens? J. H. H., 469
  • Machines for Painting Mouldings? S. A., 269
  • Marine Governors ? C. W. F., 545
  • Mechanical Road Carriages and Featherweight Motors, Lister and Co., 96
  • Metric System, The, J. Emerson Dowson, 34
  • Metropolis Water Supply—The Welsh Scheme, Hassard and Tyrrell, 34
  • Military Horseless Carriages. W. Cooper, 267
  • Mustard Machinery? R. D. C., 321
  • Naval Architecture—No. IV., Stability (In¬clining), F. W. C., 327, 354, 397
  • Naval Architecture—No, IV., Stability, B. C. Laws, 372
  • Naval Architecture—No. IV’., Stability, The
  • Writer of the Articles, 354 Naval Engineers, Civilian, 35, 120
  • Naval Gun Sights, Archibald Birr, 300
  • Navigation of the Thames, A. Scott, 451, 600
  • North London Railway Locomotives, F. J. P., 377
  • Origin of the Bessemer Process : How Facts are
  • Manipulated, Henry Bessemer, 467
  • Origin of the Bessemer Process, Jos. D. Weeks, 538
  • Origin and Rationale of Colliery Explosion’, Donald M. D. Stuart, 120
  • Pelton Wheel, The, George F. Pardoo, 145
  • Permanent Way, W. M. Acworth, 518, 567
  • Permanent Way. Jas. Andrews, 422
  • Permanent Way, Anglo, 539
  • Permanent Way, J. C., 372
  • Permanent Way, S. E., 451
  • Permanent Way, James Fforde, 451, 518
  • Permanent Way, Inspector, 451
  • Permanent Way, R. R. Gubbins, 567
  • Permanent Way, Corn-Lundie, 466
  • Permanent Way, M. Inst. C.E., 616
  • Permanent Way, Norman D. McDonald, 451
  • Permanent Way, Old Ganger, 493
  • Permanent Way, F. J. P., 372, 466
  • Permanent Way, For the Platelayers, 422
  • Permanent Way, Rail-bed, 67
  • Permanent Way, J. H. R. Rose, 397, 518
  • Permanent Way, G. A. Sekon, 327
  • Permanent Way, Sextus, 35
  • Permanent Way, Clement E. Stretton, 539
  • Permanent Way, C. Trenail, 539
  • Permanent Way, J. Whitestone, 327, 397, 451, 466
  • Permanent Way, J. W. Wilkins, 345, 397, 451, 492, 518, 539, 600
  • Pierre Bmuf Boiler ? The, Enquirer, 645
  • Pin-making Machinery ? C. C., 321
  • Prior Publication or Not, J. H , 191
  • Prior Publication or Not, M. W. Llewellin, 267
  • Problem of Speed, The, A. Normand, 539
  • Problem of Speed, The, Practical Marine Engi¬neer, 567
  • Paffing Billy, Norman D. Macdonald, 600
  • Puffing Billy v. No. 1, Geo. S. Pardoe, 518
  • Puffing Billy, Clement E. Stretton, 539
  • Puffing Billy, W., 539
  • Pumping Problem, A., T. B. Freeman Lowe, 96
  • Question of Screw Propulsion ? A, Thrust, 193
  • Question of Train Resistance, A, Signal Post, 96
  • Radiation and Box-coil Connections under the Mills System, Edgar Kidwell, 567
  • Railway Axle Bearings, Foundryman, 327
  • Railway Coaches, Headstock, 267
  • Railway Economics, Jas. Whitestono, 267
  • Railway Shop3 in War, R. M. H. Buckland, 118 /Jr Electrical Colonisation, Rural, 452
  • Reform of the Institution of Civil Engineers, B. H. Thwaite, 137
  • Regenerators, J. Robson, 146
  • Resistance of American Rolling Stock, Norman D. McDonald, 191
  • Rhea Fibre, For Midlands Spinning Co., Ltd., Elias Neel, 616
  • Rochester Bridge, J. W. Leigh, 327
  • Rolled Steel r. Cast Iron Chairs for Railways, For the Platelayers, 467
  • Sandy Pig Iron, W. B., 301
  • Self-propelled Road Carriages, W. T. F., 11
  • Sewage Disposal at Salford, W. Shaw Duncan, 165
  • Slide Valve Friction, C. D., 120, 191
  • Slide Valve Friction, Edw. J. M. Davies, 34, 96, 138, 165, 191
  • Slide Valve Friction, Frottoir, 67, 165
  • Slide Valve Friction, John Reikie, 301
  • Snowdon Railway, The, J. S. Hughes, 397
  • Solid Top Wcod Peg Turning and Stamping Machines? R. T. C., 619
  • Steel Penmaking Machinery, H. D., 89
  • Steel Sleepers, James Whitestone, 137
  • Steamship Propulsion, R. de Villamil, 138
  • Storey’s Deadweight Safety Valves, Honour to whom Honour is Due, 67
  • Storey's Deadweight Safety Valve, Isaac Storey and Sons, 11
  • Straw Bottle Cases? J. H., 593
  • Sweep Cutting Band Saws, W. Sam. Worssam, 301
  • Temper of Hand Saws, Patternmaker, 120
  • Thames Tunnels, The, Henry Law, 551
  • Three-cylinder Locomotives, E. E. Baguley, 301
  • Three-cylinder Locomotives, W. H. Booth, 301
  • Three-cylinder Locomotives, J. Dunlop, 327
  • Three-cylinder Locomotives, H. W. Staner, 327
  • Three-cylinder Locomotives, F. W. Brewer, 326
  • Three-cylinder Locomotives, John Reikie, 617
  • Three-cylinder Locomotives, W. M. Smith, 301
  • Traction Engines, H. R. Summers, 567
  • Traction Engines, Traction Engine Admirer, 539
  • Transverse Loads on Beams of Mild Steel, Ken¬drick Edwards, 10
  • Trusty Ga3 Engine, The, J. A. Drake, 145
  • Trusty Gas Eogine, Tbo, J. E. Weyman, 165
  • Tube Wells at Gainsborough, A. Timmins, 452
  • Typewriters, A Distracted Typist, 396
  • Underground Steam Piping and Insalating, H. Gray, 550
  • United States Patent Law, Fell and James, 191
  • Velox Drilling Machine ? The, C. W. E., 521
  • Walschaort’8 Valve Gear, M. L , 616
  • Water-tight Doors in the Navy, Chas. W. Rowe, 467
  • Wire Rope Manufacture, Rope Maker, 617
  • W. II. Harrison Fund Appeal, Fred. H. Varley, 327
  • Watt and Co., Mossrs. James, T. H. A. Biddle, 301
  • X Rays, H. H. P. Powles, 301
  • Levels, Interesting, 591
  • Loverich, Mr. G., A Ripid Transit Problem, 549
  • Lewes, Mr. V. B., Tne Acetylene Theory of Luminosity, 139
  • Lewes, Professor, bis Paper on “ Mining Explo¬sives ” Discussed, 449
  • Lewis Motor Carriage at Chicago, 2
  • Lift, Canal, Messrs. Haniel and Lueg, 388, 389
  • Lift, Suspended Safety, Messrs. J. and H. Brookes, 121, 122
  • Light Locomotive Bill, 422
  • Light, Lord Rayleigh on, 213, 319
  • “Light and the New Photography,” The “New," 155
  • Light after its Passage through Opaquo Bodios The Properties of, 161
  • Light Riils for Japan, made by the Illinois Steel Works, 563
  • Light Railways, 111, 161, 209, 233, 213, 218, 233,
  • 288, 315, 361, 372, 488, 513, 569, 591. 616
  • Light Railways, Mr. Arthur C. Paia, 288
  • Light (or Sscsndary) Railways, Mr. A. D. Price on, 488
  • Light Railways Abroad, Their Permanent Way and Rolling Stook (Supplement, May lxf, 189C), 351, 439, 440, 441, 445
  • Light Railways Association, A Disputation waits on Mr. C. T. Ritchie, 161
  • Light Railways Association, Proceedings at the Meeting of the, 111
  • Light Railway Bill, 191, 543, 591, 600
  • Light Railways Bill, Mr. Ritchie on the, 191
  • Light Railways, Government Measures for the Construction of, 161
  • Light Railway and Harbour Scheme for Bideford and Westward Ho, 248
  • Light Railway Legislation, Canal and, 372
  • Light Railways, New Book on, 263
  • Light Railways in South Wales, 209 Lighthouses, Construction of Modern, 78
  • Lighthouses, L'oyd’s Desire for More, 519
  • Lighthouse and Tug-boat for Lorenzo Marquez
  • Port, Plans and Designs Invited, 319
  • Lighting Corporation, Limited, Tae, 589
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  • Mechanical Handling of Goods at Riverside Premises, Mr. H. Coward on, 301
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  • Mill Engines, 300 Indicated Horse-power Triple¬expansion, 559, 569, 561
  • Mills, English and American Rolling, 504
  • Mills, Floor and Grist, in New South Wales, 393
  • Mill for Grinding Coal Dust Fuel, The Propfe, 407
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  • Moissan, M. H., on the Carbide of Manganese, 263
  • Moi’sanand Etard, MM., on Yttrium and Thorium Carbides, 319
  • Moissan and Moureu, MM.. On the Action of Acetylene on Iron, &3., 643
  • Moisture in Steam flowing through a Horizontal Pipe, Tests to show Distribution of, 123
  • Molecules of Cast Iron, The Mobility of, 430
  • Molybdenite, M. M. Guichard on, 643
  • Mond Producer Gas : On its Application to Steel Manufacture, 488
  • Monsted's Margarine Manufactory, Southall, 156, 158, 403, 404
  • Moore Etheric Light, Photographs taken by, 213
  • Morehead and de Chalmont on the price of Calcium Carbide, 591
  • Morgan, Mr. C. Langbridge, Presentation to, 111
  • Morris and Salmon, Storage Battery Carriage, 2
  • Morrison and Ingram’s Railway Carriage Lavatories, 431
  • Motor Carriages—tee Horseless Carriages Motor Carriage Notes, 110
  • Motor, The Kane-Pennington, 3, 4, 114
  • Motorcycles, Mr. J. H. Knight on, 293
  • Mott, Mr. C. F., on Petroleum, 171
  • Mountains, Subsidence of, 563
  • Mowat, Mr., his Presidential Address, 158
  • Mowat, Mr , Horseless Carriages, 502
  • Mowat, Mr., Horse Haulage r. Motor Traction, 512
  • Mueller Carriage with Gasoline Motor, 1
  • Muirhead’s Wrought Steel Railway Chair, 444
  • Municipal Tramway Working, Bill relative to, 489
  • Murani, Signor, Experiments on the Influence of Vibration, 213
  • Mustard Machinery ? 321
  • Myall, Mr. A., Wire Netting Machinery, 336

N

  • NAPHTHA Well in the Transcaucasus, 111
  • Natal, Shipping Facilities at, 562
  • National Skating Palace, The, 40
  • Naval Architects in Germany, The, 646
  • Naval Architecture, A Few Principles Properly Explained, 49, 129, 207, 283, 327, 354, 372, ; 386, 397
  • Naval Architecture, No. 1, Displacement, 49
  • Naval Architecture, No. IV., Stability, 283, 327, 354, 372, 386, 397
  • Naval Architecture—Tonnage and Freeboard, 437
  • Naval Construction, The Electric Drill for, 155
  • Naval Construction, The French Press and the Recent, 293
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 40, 56, 109, 217, 247, 323, 345, 430, 438, 476, 549, 558, 599
  • Naval Engineers, 35, 66, 120, 243, 267, 399, 425 '
  • Naval Engineers, Mr. Goschen and the, 243
  • Naval Gun Sights, 231, 300
  • Naval and Military Record, The, as to the Launch of the “Arrogant,” 489
  • Naval Pocket-book, The, Mr. W. Laird Clowes, 301
  • Naval Programme of 1896, The, 236
  • Naval Programme, A Foature of the New, 168
  • Naval Programme, The New, 168
  • Naval Warfare, The Engineer in, 5, 42, 69
  • Navies, Foreign, 226
  • Navigation, Thames, 451, 600
  • Navy and the Admiralty, The, 141
  • Navy, Cost of the New United States, 293
  • Nechells Tramways, Tbe, 139
  • Neesen, Professor, On Two Strokes of Lightning, 161
  • Neilson and Co., Messrs., Narrow-gauge Goods Locomotive (Supplement, February 28M, 1896), 221
  • Nell, Messrs., Contract for Turbines placed with, 319
  • Ness, The New Waterloo Bridge over the, 366, 392, 394
  • Nevada County Electric Power Co., Works of the, 248
  • Newark, N.J., Steel Water Supply Conduit of, 248
  • “ Newest Crank,” The, 265
  • New Orleans, Importance of Electric Street Cars in, 463
  • Newport Harbour Commissioners’ Weekly Trade Report, 22, 46. 70, 98, 124, 148, 176, 202, 226, 250, 281, 304, 330, 382, 408, 432, 454, 478,504, 530, 554, 576, 604, 628
  • New South Wales, Flour Mills and other Indus¬tries in, 393, 519
  • New South Wales Post-office, Letters pasring through, in 1894, 376
  • New South Wales, State and Private Railways, 393
  • New South Wales, Sugar and Molasses Produced 0 in, 376
  • New South Wales, Tallow Produced in, 393
  • New York Bicycle Show, The, 188
  • New York aud Brooklyn Bridge Railway, Car with Electric Motors Tested in Shunting C Trains, 353
  • New York and Brooklyn Bridge, Telephonic Connection with Motor-men on Cable Cars, 111 C
  • New York and Buffalo, Fast Train Service C between, 591
  • New York, The Commissioner of Public Works, Collis, Order respecting New Streets, 543
  • New York Legislature compels Railways to carry Bicycles as Baggage, 446
  • New York, Metropolitan Traction Company, Mechanical Horse Traction, 263
  • New York, National Electrical Exhibition at, 581
  • New York, New Railway for, 101
  • New York, New Water Mains for, 574
  • New York, Street Cars with Pivoted Seats on Trial in, 563 I
  • New York State, Bill to Exclude Foreign Paving Materials, 293
  • New Zealand, Magnetic Ironsand, On Treatment 1 of, 462
  • Niagara Falls, Electric Current Generated by the, 1 161
  • Niagara Power Works, 647 1
  • Niagara Water Power, Another Application of, 213
  • Nicaragua Canal, Official Estimate, Plans, and Cost of Construction, 319
  • Nicaraguan Canal Question, Mr. J. Nimmo and Mr. A. Co'.quhoun on the, 139
  • Nicholson's Spring Steel Tine Cultivator, 642
  • Night Channel Services, 339
  • Nile Valley, On the Geology of the, 353
  • Niles Tool Works, Ohio, Bicycle Hub-forming Lathe, 564
  • Nodes of a Bell, Mr. Osborne on the, 111
  • Normand, Mr. J. A., The Problem of Speed, 510
  • Norris, Mr. Wm., Gas Engines, 349
  • North, Col. J. T., 471
  • North-Eastern Railway Carriages, 600
  • North-Eastern Riilway Company, Intended Reduction of Rates by the, 463
  • North-Eastern Railway Company’s New Dock at i Hartlepool, 319
  • North-Eastern Railway, New Locomotives for the, , 563
  • North of England, 22, 45, 71, 99, 125, 149, 177, 203, 227, 251, 279, 303, 331, 357, 331, 409, 433, 453, 479, 505, 529, 553, 577, 603, 629, 655
  • North London Railway Locomotives, 377
  • North Pole Balloon, The, 438
  • Northernmost Railway in the World, 463
  • Norway, Scheme for the Utilisation of a Great Waterfall in, 110
  • Norwegian Main Railway, Coal Tenders for, 187
  • Notes from Germany, 22, 46. 72, 100, 126, 150, 178, 204 , 228, 252, 280, 304 , 332, 358, 382, 410, 434, 454, 480, 506, 530, 554, 578, 604, 630, 656
  • Notes from Lancashire, 21, 44, 71. 99,124, 148, 176, 202, 226, 251, 278, 302, 310, 357, 380, 408, 432, 452, 478, 505, 528, 552, 576, 603, 628, 654
  • Notes and Memoranda, 7, 31, 59, 87, 111, 139, 161, 187, 213, 248, 263, 293, 319, 353, 376, 393, 419, 446, 463, 489, 519, 543, 563, 591. 625, 643
  • Notes from Scotland, 22, 46, 72, 100, 126, 150, 178, 204, 227 , 252, 280, 303, 332, 358, 382, 410, 434, 454, 480, 506, 530, 554, 578, 604, 630, 656
  • Notices to Correspondents, 13, 37, 61, 89, 115, 140, 167, 193, 219, 243, 269, 295, 321, 347, 372, 399, 425, 447, 469, 494, 521, 545, 569, 593, 619, 645
  • Nottingham Water Supply, The, 378
  • Nova Scotia, Mining in, 330
  • Noyes, McTaggart, and Craven, Messrs., On Coals,
  • Determination of their Hearing Effects, 543
  • Nuremburg Exhibition, The, 636
  • Nuremburg Exhibition, Pumps at the, 637
  • Nursey, Mr., On Mr. Dick's Method of Producing Metal Sections by Extrusion, 462, 464
  • Nutritive and Caloric Value of Food, Novel Ex¬periments to Determine the, 419
  • Nuts, Compensating, Messrs. Drysdale and Stoddart, 461

O

Obituary:

  • Abernetby, Mr. James, 271
  • Adam, Mr. Wm., 402
  • Baines, Mr. Herbert Stachops, 519
  • Beach, Mr. Alf. E., 86
  • Church. Mr. Jabez, 327
  • Clark, Mr. Dan Kinnear, 118
  • Clerke, Mr. Wm. John Bird, 195
  • Davy, Mr. Abraham, 111
  • Gallow, Mr. Thomas, 63, 95
  • Gunter, Mr. John, 161
  • Hackford, Mr., 315
  • Hardy, Mr. John J., 643
  • Harland, Sir Edward, 8
  • Howard, Mr. Thomas, 122
  • Jones, Mr. John, 393
  • North, Colonel J. T., 471
  • Scbichau, Ferdinand, 138
  • Swain, jun., Mr. John, 315
  • O'Brien, Mr. Wm., leaves the Fairfield Company, 111
  • “ Ocean," The Dutch Tugboat, 235, 238, 239
  • Oil, Amount of Paraffin in Burning, 419
  • Oil Engines—.«re Engines, Oil
  • Oil Engines, Mr. J. H. Hamilton on, 147
  • Oil Fuel, The Masnt, 248
  • Oil Tanks for Bombay, Gigantic Petroleum, 376
  • Oil Trade, The Scotch, 213
  • Oldknow, Mr., On the Probable Future of Alu¬minium, 563
  • Old Machines and Tools in England, An American Engineer on, 139
  • Onnes, Professor Kamerlingh, On an Apparatus for Liquefying Hydrogen, 393
  • Opening of the New Midland Railway Station, Gloucester, 389
  • Ordnance Factories, Annual Accounts of and Report on, issued as a Blue-book, 446
  • Ordnance Factories, The Managers of our, 619
  • Orfèvre Grossier, Tour it Vaiselle, 92, 93
  • Oroya to Cbanchamayo, Project for Railway from, 463
  • Osmond, M. F., Hardening of Extra Hard Steels, 139
  • Outerbridge, Jun., Mr. A. E , On the Mobility of “ Molecules of Cast Iron, 430
  • Outlook in the Coal Trade, The, 447
  • Overhead Electric Traction System for the Nechells Tramways, 139
  • Overhead Railway, Liverpool, 376
  • Oxford, Rainfall at, 139
  • Oxygen Process, The Linde, 67

P

  • PACKING Block, The Sundale, 589
  • Paddle Steamers, Engine Power in, 301, 327, 377, }’ 397
  • Paddle Steamers, Three Swift Steel, for the Zes- P land Steamship Company, 256, 257, 268
  • Pain, Mr. Arthur C , Light Railways, 288
  • Paint, Inflammable Gas given off by, Cause of an Explosion, 519
  • PaintiDg Machine, Wallwork and Wells’, 499
  • Painting Mouldings? Machines for, 269
  • Paisley, Technical College for, 339
  • Panama and Nicaragua Canals, 272 “
  • Pandurpur, Native Trade at, 419
  • Panhard and Levassor Motor Carriage, Daimler Motor, 472
  • Paraffin in Burning Oil, Amount of, 419
  • Parallel Surfaces, Theory of the Lubrication of Plain, 25
  • Parenty and Picard, MM. H., Thermometer P B stance, 489
  • “Paris,” The American Liner, Damaged one by, P 187
  • Paris and Orleans Railway, Locomotive with Cor¬liss Valves, 489, 490
  • Paris Suburbs, Water Supply of the, 338
  • Parker, Mr. E. W., Statistics of Coal Production in the United States, 643
  • Parkhead Forge Rolling Mills and Steelworks, 1 130, 140, 153-155
  • Parliament, Select Committee on Traction Engines F on Roads, 473
  • Parliamentary Business, Traction Engines on Roads, 492
  • Parliamentary Notes: f
  • Mess/s. Yarrow and the Admiralty, 195
  • New Bills, 195
  • Postal Pneumatic Tubes, 195
  • Parshall, Mr. H. F., On Magnetic Data of Iron F and Steel, 552
  • Parsons, The Hon. R. C., On the Sanitary Works F of Buenos Ayres,, 55
  • Pasteurised Butter Maker, 613, 616
  • Patchell, Mr. W., Notes on Steam Superheating, 143, 196, 458
  • Patents, Application for British, 643
  • Patents, Designs, aud Trade Marks, Collection of,
  • in the United States and here. 161
  • Patent Law, “ Invention,” the Indefinable Requirement of the, 541
  • Patents, United States, 423
  • Paving Materials, New York State, Bill Aimed at Foreign, 293
  • Paving Wood, 567
  • Pease, Mr. E. L., Oa Gasholder Construction, 590
  • Peirce, Mr. A., his Appointment, 349
  • Pelton Wheel, The, 145
  • Pendulum, On Keeping up the Motion of a, 139
  • Peninsular and Oriental Company, New Shipping I for the, 367
  • Penn, Mr. Cooper, On “Anchors,” 452
  • Pennsylvania Railway, Boiler Explosion on, 187
  • Pentricb Collieries, Views in the, 316, 320
  • Percy, Mr. C. M., Safety in Colliery Winding, 493
  • Perforation of Armour, Formula! for Calculating I the, 429
  • Permanent Way, 35, 66, 67, 137, 165, 213, 295, 327, 345, 361, 362, 372, 397, 422, 443, 444,
  • 448, 451, 466, 492, 498, 518, 539, 567, 600, 616, 643
  • Permanent Way of Belgian Light Riilways, 362
  • Permanent Way, The Board of Trade Recommends, 213
  • Permanent Way, Bulkhead and Flange Rails, 165
  • Permanent Way, being Curved by the Heat, Accident Caused by, 643
  • Permanent Way, Harrison’s Patent Steel Chair, 1 498
  • Permanent Way and Rolling Stock, Notes on Light Railways Abroad, their, 361
  • Permanent Way. Some of the Difficulties in Designing Rail Sections, 443
  • Permanent Way, Steel, 137
  • Permanent Way, Wrought Steel Railway Chair, 444
  • Permeability Bridge, Prof. Ewing’s, 474
  • Perrin, M. Jean, On the Röotgen Rays, 187, 376
  • Perry, Prof. J., his Appointment at South Kensington, 393
  • Persia, Cost and Difficulties of Transport in, 376
  • Peru, New Railway Project, 463
  • Peterborough, Brick-making at, 563
  • Peterhead, Progress of the Harbour of, 438
  • Petroleum, Action of Sulphuric Acid in RefiniDg, 393
  • Petroleum Barrels, Iron, 552
  • Petroleum as Cargo, Concerning the Shipment of, 463
  • Petroleum Discovered in Cadiz, 446
  • Petroleum Fuel, The German Admiralty's Ex¬periments with, 213
  • Petroleum Mines io Roumania, 599
  • Petroleum Motors for Paris, 319
  • Petroleum, Mr. C. F. Mott on, 171
  • Petroleum, New Ways of Adulterating, 543
  • Petroleum, Proposal to Import Crude, and Refine it Here, 563
  • Petroleum, Dr. Stevenson Macadam's Evidence before Mr. Mundella’s Committee on, 591
  • Petroleum Tanks, Safety Appliances for, 265
  • Petroleum in the United States, 594
  • Petter and Hill and Boll's Oil-motor Carriage, 350
  • i Philadelphia Natural Gas Company, Large Supply of Gas, 353
  • Philce, Clearing the Dibrit on the Island of, 248
  • Philipson, Jun., Mr. John, Honour Conferred on, 393
  • " Phoenix,” The Sloop, 35
  • Phosphor Bronze Company’s Bearing, 44
  • Phosphor Bronze Company's White Anti friction Metals, 248
  • Phosphoresce-.ce, On Radiations Emitted by, 263 '
  • Phosphorescent Bodies, On the Invisible Radia¬tions Emitted by, 293
  • “Photogram,” Special Issue on the New Light and the New Photography, 155
  • Photographs taken at Greenwich of the Sun, 625
  • Photographs, Underground, 316,320
  • Photography, The New, 232
  • Photography, Ordinary and Colour, Exhibits at the Royal Society's Conversazione, 471
  • Photography through Opaque Bodies, M. A. d'Arsonval, 293
  • Photometer, On a Standard, 610
  • Photometers and Standards of Light, On, 610
  • Physical Experiment in Relation to Engineering, Dr. A. B. W. Kennedy, 530
  • Pictet, Professor R., On Acetylene Gas, 643
  • Piece-rate System, A, 391, 418. 442
  • Pier, The Dunoon Burgh, 333, 346
  • Pier and Landing Stage for Bingor, New, 507
  • Pierre B<uuf Boiler? The, 615
  • Piesse, Mr., his Appointment, 319
  • Pig Iron in Germany, Output in March, 446
  • Pig Iron in Germany, Total Outturn of, 161
  • Pig Iron, Sandy, 301
  • Pig Iron Trade Association, British, and Foreign Competition, 301
  • Pig Iron in the U.S. in 1895, Produc'ion of, 6
  • Piles. Long Used by the Tacoma Land Company, 489
  • Pilkington end Colson, Messrs., New Graving Docks at Portsmouth, 181,185, 192
  • Pin making Machinery ! 321
  • Pintsch Gas for Lighting Railway Cars, 563
  • Pipes, Casting Pump, 79
  • Pipes and Fittings, On Steel, 458
  • Pipes, Insulating Underground Steam, 377
  • Pipes, Street Subways for, 86
  • Pittsburg Water Supply, Feasibility and Cost of Sand Filtration to be Investigated, 187
  • Plain Parallel Surfaces, Theory of the Lubrication of, 25
  • Planck, Professor, On the Cooling of Gases during Adiabatic Expansion, 446
  • Planets, The, Are they Worlds like Ours? 345
  • Planimeter, Hatchet, 139
  • Planing Machine, Horizontal and Vertical, 444
  • Plants for Generation of Electric Energy, Exam¬ples of, 548, 549, 575
  • Plate, An Enormous, 506 Plates, Carnegie's Double-forged, 215
  • Plateway, The Proposed Lancashire, 250
  • Platforms at Sea for Searchlights, On Steady, 443
  • Platinum in New South Wales, Large Deposits of, discovered in, 353
  • Platt, Mr. James, Coal Washing Plant at the Wirral Colliery, 215
  • Ploughing Record in Old MS. Book, 319
  • Ploughing by Steam, bink in the History of, 147
  • Plumbago Deposits near Mandalay, 151
  • Plumbers’ Registration Bill, The, 248
  • Plymouth New Docks, 262
  • Police Telegraph Alarm, 582
  • Pollard Urquhart, Mr., on Riilway Bridges for Branch Lines, 571
  • Pollitt, Mr. Harry, Express Passenger Loco¬motive, Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincoln¬shire Railway (Supplement, March 20th, 1896), 290
  • Pollitt, Mr. William, his New Appointment, 353
  • Polyphase Currents directed to E'ectric Traction, Application of, 293
  • Popecatepetel, Proposed Aerial Cable Railway to the Summit of, 463
  • Population of Registration London, The, 543
  • Port Orchard Dry Deck, Opening of the, 543
  • Portland Cament, Comparative Tests of, 563
  • Portsmouth Corporation r. the London, Brighten, and South Coast Railway Bill, 248
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, Great Activity in, 187
  • Portsmouth, The Two New Docks at, 181, 185, 192
  • Portuguese Government, Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company's Tender accepted by the, 463
  • Postal Pneumatic Tabes, 195
  • Potato Diggers, 612
  • Potato Planter, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, 639
  • Potato Planters, Royal Agricultural Society's Trials of, 319
  • Powdered Coil Firing, 44
  • Powdered Fuel Boiler Furnace and Apparatus, Wegener's, 485
  • Power, Deadweight, 443
  • Preston and the Ribble Navigation, 492
  • Price, Mr. Alfred D., Light or Secondary Railways, 488
  • Price, Mr. J., New Graving Docks at Portsmouth. 181, 185, 192
  • Price-Williams, Mr., on Victorian Coal, 543
  • Prior Publication or not, 191, 267
  • Private Bills in Parliament, 187, 315, 406
  • Prize Competition, On the Stimulus to Invention of a, 489
  • Problem of Bristol Docks, Tho—Lockisation of the Avon, 307
  • Problem of Speed, A, 510, 539, 549, 567
  • Problem of Speed, Mr. J. A. Normand, 610
  • Projectiles, Wheeler-Sterling. 487
  • Propeller Blados, Corrosion of Screw, 408
  • Propfe Mill for Grinding Coal-dust Fuel, 407
  • Provisional Orders, 1896, 406
  • Puffing Billy, 489, 518, 539, 600, 643
  • Puffing Billy, Resolution Passed that Steps bs taken to Preserve, 643
  • Puffing Billy, Stephenson’s, Steps to Preserve, 489
  • Pulling up Trains, New Method for, 647
  • Pulsometer Engineering Company, Ammonia Ice¬-making Plant, 516, 517
  • Pump, Bailey’s Hydraulic Sewage, 184
  • Pump and Engines, Centrifugal Series, 390
  • Pump Pipes, Casting, 79
  • Pumps, Drowned, 35
  • Pumps, Duty of, 518
  • Pumps at the Nuremburg Exhibition, 637
  • Pump, Plunger, 637
  • Pump, Rotary, 637
  • Pump, Worthington Electric, 581
  • Pumping Engines, Colchester Waterworks, 27, 33
  • Pumping Engines, Compound Cornish, 84, 85, 88
  • Pumping Engines for Johannesburg, Messrs. Jas. Simpson and Co., 10, 12
  • Pumping Problem, A, 96
  • Punching and Shearing Machine, Mr. John Cameron, 223
  • Punjab Irrigation, Ancient and Modern, Sir Jas. Lyall on, 139
  • Putzler Bros., Messrs., Red Pot Glass, 187
  • Puy du Gouffre, Sliding of the Mountain called, 3 I 187

Q

  • QUADRICYCLE, with Rotary Pump and Fire Hose, 111
  • Quartz Crushing and Dressing Plant, 146
  • Queensland, The Albert Railway Bridge, Indooroopilly, 52, 53, 60
  • Quick-fire Naval Gun Sights, 231

R

  • RACE to the North, The, 38
  • Racine Carriage with Kane-Pennington Engine, 3, 4
  • Rack and Cog-wheal Railways of the World, Total Length of the, 248
  • Rack Railway, Accident on the Snowdon, 371, 375, 402
  • Radiation and Box-coil Connections under the Mills System, 567
  • Radiations Emitted by Phosphorescence, On, 263
  • Radiations Emitted by Phosphorescent Bodies, Invisible, 293
  • “ Radiator” Butter-maker, The, 613, 616
  • Rail Sections, Some of the Difficulties in Design¬ing, 443
  • Rails, Bulkhead and Flange, 165
  • Railway Accidents, 111, 139, 187, 213, 376, 489, 560
  • Railway Accident in Algeria, 489
  • Railway Accidents in America, 376, 560
  • Railway Accidents and their Causes, Two, 489
  • Railway Accident near Garstang, 376
  • Railways in Asiatic Tarkey, 558
  • Railways in Australia, Importance of the Develop¬ment of, 419
  • Railway Axle Bearings, 327
  • Railway Axles, A New Lubricant for, 627
  • Railway Bills, 248, 319
  • Railway Bridges, for Branch Lines, 571
  • Railway Bridges, Life of Iron, 157
  • Railway Carriage Lavatories, 431
  • Railway Carriage and Wagon Companies, Great Improvement in Trade found by all, 319
  • Railway Carriage Warming Apparatus, Howard and Taite’s, 329
  • Railways, The Chilian Government and, 591
  • Railways in China, 114, 319
  • Railways in China, The Emperor’s Edict Relating to, 319
  • Railway Coaches, 267
  • Railway Collision, A Pre-arranged, as a Novel Attraction, 543
  • Railway Companies concerned in the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show at Leicester, Cart¬age Rates Reduced by the, 319
  • Railways and the Country, 311
  • Railway, Dalmuir and Clydebank, 562
  • Railway Economics, 255, 267
  • Railway Department, Japanese Imperial, 393
  • Railways in Germany, Mileage of New, 353
  • Railway and Harbour, Mallaig, 486
  • Railway Industry of Bavaria, Nuremburg Exhi¬bition, 636
  • Railways, Light, 209, 233, 243, 345, 543, 569, 591
  • Railways, Light, in South Wales, 209
  • Railway from London to South Wales, Proposed, 79
  • Railway Matters, 7, 31, 59, 87, 111, 139,161,187, 213, 248, 263, 293, 319, 353, 376, 393, 419, 446, 463, 489, 519, 543, 563, 591, 625, 643
  • Railway Mileage in Australia, Europe, United States, and Canada Compared, 446
  • Railway for New York, New, 101
  • Railways, Private and State, in the Colonies, 393
  • Railway Race, After the Great, 103
  • Railway Rates, Continental Competition aud the, 115
  • Railway Rates, Reduction of, 463
  • Railway Schemes of 1846, Some, 108
  • Railway Shops in War, 118
  • Railway Signals, Books on? 469
  • Railway Speeds, Acceleration of, 407
  • Railway Working, Irish, 169
  • Railway Working, Scotch, 270
  • Railways of the World, 263
  • Railway Zone Tariff System in Russia, The, 428
  • Rainfall at Greenwich for 1896, 643
  • Rainfall at Oxford, 139
  • Raising Water by an Air Pump, 83
  • Ram “Katahdin,” The United States, 329
  • Ramsay, Dr. W., On the Growing Tendency to Parasitic Work, 213
  • Ramsay, Professor, Volume by, On Methods of Extracting Argon from Air, 293
  • Rance, Mr. Charles E. de, On the Warwickshire and Lancashire Coalfields, 186
  • Randolph’s Steam Coach at the Crystal Palace Exhibition, 461, 465
  • Ransome, Mr. J. Stafford, 457
  • Rinsome, Mr. J. Stafford, Wages in the Engi¬neering Trade, 335, 557
  • Ransome and Co., Messrs. A., Log Band Saw for Sweep and Bevel Work, 277
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Messrs., Potato Planter, 639
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Messrs., Shaft Governor, 638
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Messrs., The Showman’s Road Locomotive, 639
  • Rapid Erection of Tall Steel Buildings, 92
  • Rapid Transit Problem, A, 549
  • Ratcliffe, Mr. E. S., Simplex Dead-lock Belt Shifter, 541
  • Rates of Speed and Rates of Freight, 210
  • Rawson, Major H. E., Analysis of the Greenwich Rainfall Records, 1879-90, 416
  • Rayleigh, Lord, On the Chemical Position of Argon, 489
  • Rayleigh, Lord, his concluding Lecture on Light, 393
  • Rayleigh, Lord, on Light, 213
  • Rays, x, 301
  • Red Pot Glass, 187
  • Reducing Journal Box Friction, 356
  • Reduction of Fares on the Cambrian System, 376
  • Redwood-Clowes Inflammable Vapour Detector, The, 590
  • Reed Water-tube Boiler, The, 172
  • Refining Petroleum Action of Sulphuric Acid in, 393
  • Refractory Material, Sternberg and Delettre, New Process for the Production of, 419
  • Refrigerating Plant, Ammonia Compression Ice¬making and, 516, 517
  • Regenerative Cold, 91
  • Relief of the Earth’s Crust, On the, 625 Removal of Wreck, 131
  • Remscheid and Chemnitz Waterworks, The, 494, 498
  • “ Renown ” Battleship, Trial of, 353
  • Resal, M., The Mirabeau Bridge over the Seine, 609, 615, 618
  • Reservoir Dams with Iron Sheeting, 459
  • Resistance of American Rolling Stock, 191
  • Retort Carbon as a Material for the Manufacture of Resistance, 463
  • Reversible Propellers Controlled from the Deck, Another Instance of the Advisability of, 213
  • Reversing Screw Propellers Controlled from the Bridge, Advantages of, 187
  • Rhea Fibre, 596, 616
  • Rhodes’ Steam Carriage, 265
  • Ribbed Window Glass, 652
  • Ribble Improvement Works, Map Showing, 492
  • Richards, Mr. E. Windsor, his Presidential Address at the Institute of Mechanical Engi¬neers, 457, 474
  • Richmond Well Adits, Concussions Produced by Gelignite Shots Fired in the, 353
  • Riekie’s Compound Engine for Steep Inclines, 617
  • Rifle, The Blake Electric, 84
  • Rifle, Compressed Gas, Herr Paul Brand, 139
  • Rifles, Tests of American, 560
  • Rigg, Mr. Arthur, Hydraulic Rotative Engines, 476
  • Riotte Motor Bicycle, The, 4
  • Ritchie, Mr., On the Light Railways Bill, 191
  • Rivers Committee’s Report, The, 187 Road Bridges, 190
  • Road Carriage Competition, Tbe “Engineer” 100
  • Guinea, 385, 469, 521, 545, 566, 569
  • Road Carriages, Self-propelled—see Horseless Carriages
  • Roads in England and their Cost, 161
  • Road Inquiry of the United States, Department of Agriculture, Results of, 489
  • Road Locomotives, Mr. W. Fletcher on, 51, 84
  • Road Locomotives, Mr. A. Holt’s Scheme for, 187
  • Road Locomotives, Light Railways c. Light, 315
  • Road and Street Making in Towns, Mr. J. Rae Baterden, 217
  • Roads and Streets in Suburban Towns, The Main¬tenance of, 162
  • Roberts-Austen, Professor, Exhibit at the Royal Society’s Conversazione, 584
  • Roberts-Austen, Professor, his Modification of M. C. Margot’s Experiment with Aluminium Wire, 474
  • Robertson, Mr. Thomas, his Appointment, 161
  • Robey and Co., Messrs., Road Locomotives, 52
  • Robinson, Mr., London Water Supply, 247
  • Robinson, Professor H., and Mr. W. N. Blair, The St. Pancras Electric Lighting and Dust Destructor Installation, 284—288
  • Rochester Bridge, 290, 327
  • Rochester, United States, Tramways and Electric Traction, 293
  • Rock Structures, Metamcrpbism and Re-crystal¬lisation of, 293
  • Rock Temperature, Professor Agassiz’s Tests of, 111
  • Rods by the Magnetometer Method, Tests of, 463
  • Rolled Steel c. Cast Iron Chairs for Railways, 467
  • Rolling Mill Eagines, Condensers for, 420
  • Rolling Mill Engines, Dowlais Works, Cardiff
  • (Supplement, April 10th, 1896), 375
  • Rolling Mills, Equipment and Working of, 504
  • Rolling Mills and Steel Works, Parkhead Forge, 130, 140,153-155
  • Rolling Stock, 267
  • Rolling Stock of the Belgian Light Railway (Sup¬plement, May Is/, 1896), 439, 440, 441, 445
  • Rolling Stock on the East and West Coast, and the Great Western Railway Third-class and First-class Cars, 563
  • Rolling Stock for the Flying Scotsman Service, New, 551
  • Rolling Stock, Great Northern Railway Com¬pany’s New Dining Cars, 376
  • Rolling Stock in India, Metre-gauge, Proposed Adoption of, in Egypt, 353
  • Rolling Stock—Lavatories, 431
  • Rolling Stock, North-Eastern Railway, 60C
  • Rolling Stock, Oude and Rohilkund Railway, 58
  • Rolling Stock, Resistance of American, 191
  • Rolling Stock, Standard Capacity of Russian Freight Cars, 446
  • Rolling Stock of To-day and Twenty-five Years ago, 376
  • Roatgen, Prof., The New Photography, 232
  • Röntgen, Prof., his Discovery should be called Actinography, 139
  • Röntgen Rays, Diagnosis made by Means of, 161
  • Röntgen Rays, Exhibits connected with, at the Royal Society’s Conversazione, 474, 584
  • Röntgen .r Rays, Experiments by Italian Physi¬cists on, 393
  • Röntgen Rays, M. Jean Perrin on the, 187, 376
  • Röntgen Rays, M. J. Rydberg on, 376
  • Röntgen Rays, Mr. A. A. C. Swinton and the, 213, 248, 263
  • Rope Traction, 64
  • Ross-Hepworth Projection Lamp, The, 293
  • Rotative Engines, Hydraulic, 476
  • Roth Method of Firing Shots, Discussion on Mr. G. Blake Walker’s Paper on the, 449 Rotherham, Scarcity of Water, and Assistance offered by Sheffield, 591
  • Rotherham Sewage Scheme, 293
  • Roumania, Petroleum Mines in, 599
  • Rous-Marten, Mr. Chas., After the Great Rail¬way Race, 103
  • Rous-Marten, Mr. Chas., On the “Dunalastair,” 235, 242
  • Rous-Martin, Mr. Chas., The New Caledonian Express Locomotive, 211

Royal Agricultural Society:

  • Show at Leicester, Dates of Entries and Trials, 233, 319, 463
  • Midland Railway Company’s Arrangements Connected with, 543
  • Clarke’s Crank and Forge Company, Duplex Oil Engine, 638
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth’s Portable Engine, 638
  • Cooper Steam Digger, 640, 644
  • Foden and Sons, Road Locomotive, 639, 644
  • Hardman’s Hand - power Circular Sawing, Boring, Drilling, and Spoke-tanging Machine, 641, 642
  • Implements’ Department, Things included in, 638
  • Miscellaneous Exhibits at the, 641
  • Nicholson's Spring Steel Tine Cultivator, 642
  • Prizes for Self-moving Vehicles to bo offered by, 376
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies’ Potato Planter, 639 :
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies’, Showman’s Road Locomotive, 638, 639
  • Silver Medals Awarded for Implements, 638
  • Steam, Oil, and Gas Engines at, 638
  • Stephenson-Armstrong Igniter, 641
  • Taylor and Hubbard’s Steam Crane, 641
  • Turner, Messrs. E. R. and F., Wheat Washer and Whizzer, 640
  • Royal Engineering and Shipbuilding Company, Engines of the “ Ocean," 238, 239
  • Royal Institution :
  • Lectures before Easter, 143
  • Lectures after Easter, Subjects and Names of Lecturers, 319, 365
  • Light, Lord Rayleigh, 213, 393
  • Niagara Power Works, Mr. L. Comm erford Marten, 647
  • Recent Chemical Progress, Professor Dewar, 419
  • Tunnel under the Thames at Blackwall, Mr. A. R. Binnie, 259
  • Royal Navy, Assistant Eagineers in the, 367
  • Royal Navy Reserve, Engineers for the, 399
  • Royal Ordnance Factories, The, 37, llo
  • Royal School of Mines, 64, 134
  • Royal Society:
  • Conversaziones, Exhibitors and Exhibits at, :
  • 474, 584
  • Expansion of Argon and Helium as compared ; with that of Air and Hydrogen, Dr. J. P. Kuenen and Dr. W. W. Randall, 31
  • Royal Society of Edinburgh :
  • Stereo-photo-chromoscope, Mr. Frank Ives, 213
  • Royal United Service Institution:
  • Apparatus for Providing a Steady Platform at, Sea for Searchlights, &c., Mr. Beauchamp Tower, 443
  • Royal, Mr. William, Manufacture of Crank and Propeller Shafts and Some of the Causes of i their Breakage, 378
  • Ruchonnet and Dumur, Messrs., Line through the SimploD, 161
  • Rudgard, Mr. H. I., Removal of the Marsh-lane i Tunnel, Leeds, 202
  • Russell and Powles, Messrs., New Integrator, 83
  • Russell—see Electric Indicator for Ships’ Lights, The, 582
  • Russian Battleships, Telephones and Electric Alarm Bells on, 139
  • Russian Freight Cars, Standard Capacity of, 446
  • Russian Government, Torpedo-boat Destroyers for the, 263
  • Russia, Locomotives for, Baldwin Works, 563
  • Russian Railway Mileage in 1895, 446
  • Russia, The Railway Zone Tariff System in, 428
  • Russia, Testing Armour for, 434
  • Rust on Steel, French Process for Preventing, 319
  • Rydberg, M. J. R., On the Mechanical Action , proceeding from a Crookes’ Tube, 376

S

  • ST. ALBANS, Show, Bath and West and Southern Counties Society’s, 446
  • St. Helens, Electro-chemical Company’s Works, 370
  • St. Louis, Collision of Electric Cars at, 419
  • St. Neots Accident, Major Marindin’s Report, 139
  • St. Neots, Accident at, and Necessity for Heavier Rails, 213
  • St. Pancras Electric Lighting Works, 258, 259, 260, 261, 284-288
  • St. Pancras Electric Lighting, King’s Road Refuse Destructor and Electric Lighting Station, 284-288
  • Safety Appliances for Petroleum Tanks, 265
  • Safety in Caisson Work, 497
  • Safety of Compressed Gas Cylinders, The, 337
  • Safety Valve, Storey’s Dead Weight, 11, 67
  • Salenius, M. Gustaf, “Radiator” Butter-maker, 613, 616
  • Salford, Sewage Disposal at, 68, 165
  • Salomon, M., On Lubrication of the Vehicles on the Eastern Railway of France, 111
  • Salomons, Sir David, Engine Power and Self- propelled Traffic, 610
  • Salomons, Sir D. L., New Form of Stereoscope, 584
  • Salvage Appliances, Mr. J. G. Kinghorn, 324, 335
  • Sand, Character of, and the Strength of Cement Mortar, 519
  • Sand Filtration, Feasibility and Cost of, to be Investigated at Pittsburg, 187
  • Sandy Pig Iron, 301
  • Sanitary Engineering in 1895, 19
  • Sanitary Works of Buenos Ayres, Tee, 55
  • Sankey, Captain H. R., Thermal Efficiency of
  • Steam Engines, 354
  • Sapperton Tunnel, Accident in, 393
  • Sasebo, New Dockyard at, 146
  • Saving of Life, Exhibition of Manufactures, &c., for the, 563 Saw, An Old Band, 11
  • Saw for Sweep and Bevel Work, Log Band, 277
  • Saws, Sweep Cutting Band, 301
  • Sawing and Spoke-tanging Machine, Mr. Hard¬man’s, 641
  • Schau, Mr. P., Brunn’s Automatic Feed-water Softener, 162
  • Schenectady Works, Twenty Locomotives ordered by the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railway, 622, 626
  • Schichau, Ferdinand, 138
  • Schlick, Herr Otto, On Signs of Weakness in Tank Steamers, 649, 651
  • Schmidt’s Engine and Boiler for Superheated Steam, 105, 107, 109, 214, 221
  • Schooner, A Notable Clyde-built, 428
  • Schou’s Ammonia Compressors, 403, 405
  • Schwabbe, Dr., On the Dissipation of Electricity by Vapour, 591
  • Schweitzer, Mr. H., On the Adulteration of Petroleum, 543
  • Schwimmer, Consul, Iron Petroleum Barrels, 552
  • “Scot,” Lengthening the Cape Mail S.S., 291, 292, 294
  • Scotch Railway, Working, 270
  • Scott-Anderson, Mr. T., On Electric Welding, 186
  • Scott, Mr., Hatchet Planimeter, 139
  • Scott, Mr. R. H., On the High Barometer Read¬ings, 213
  • Scottish Soathern Coalfields, The Struggle for the, 184
  • Screw-pile Lighthouse and Tug-boat for LoreD/.o Marquez Port, Plans aud Designs Invited, 319
  • Screw Propulsion ? Question of, 193
  • Screw Steamers, Auxiliary Engines in, 483
  • Screwed Fittings for High Pressure, Mr. H. J. Barron, 350
  • “ Scud,” The Steam Yacht, 597
  • Seaton, Mr. A. E., Causes of Mysterious Fractures in Steel Shafts Revealed by the Microscope, 335, 365, 377
  • Sea Water for London, 87
  • Second-class Traffic, Steps to Arrest the Decrease in, 263
  • Seeley, Professor, Summer Course of Lecture Excursions, 406
  • Selected American Patents, 24 , 48, 74, 102, 128, 152, 180, 206, 230, 254, 282, 306, 334, 360, 384, 412, 436, 456, 482, 508, 532, 556, 580, 606, 632, 658
  • Self-moving Vehicles, Prizes Offered for, by the Royal Agricultural Society, 376
  • Self-propelled Carriages—see Horseless Carriages Sellers, Mr. Coleman, On the Introduction of the Metric System in our Workshops, 626
  • Semaphore Adopted by the Admiralty, Rear- Admiral C. G. Fane’s, 591
  • Sensitised Paper, Messrs. Bemrose and Sons, 213
  • Septic Tank System for Exeter, Experiment with the, 489
  • Sewage Disposal at Salford, 68, 165
  • Sewage Scheme for Rotherham, 293
  • Sewage Pump, Bailey’s Hydraulic, 184
  • Sewerage and Sewage Disposal, Berkhamstead, Tenders for, 221
  • Sewerage of Westgate-on-Sea, 518
  • Shanks and Co., Messrs. Thomas, Horizontal aud Vertical Planing Machine, 444
  • Shaw, Mr., On the Goldfields of Matabeleland, 186
  • Shifting Cast Iron Water Main in Boston, 463
  • Sheffield Art Crafts Guild Exhibition, 591
  • Sheffield Canal, The, 270
  • Sheffield City Council and the Salaries of its Officers, 376
  • Sheffield, Dear Old Smoky, 505
  • Sheffield Dristrict, 21, 45, 71, 99, 125, 149, 177, 203, 227, 251, 279, 303, 331, 381, 409, 433, 453, 479, 505, 529, 553, 577, 603, 629, 655
  • Sheffield District Railway Bill, The, 519
  • Sheffield Extension to London, Progress of the, 190
  • Sheffield Municipal Tramway Working, Bill Relative to, 489
  • Sheffield, Reduction in the Price of Gas, 161
  • Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation, 438
  • Ship Canal between the Atlantic and the Mediter¬ranean, Commission to Report upon, 643
  • Ship Canal, The Lake Erie, 76
  • Ship Canal for Leeds, Mr. R. Haste Carr, 202
  • Ship Canal, Proposed, to Connect the Bristol and English Channels, 273, 340
  • Ship Canal, Proposed Crinan, 338, 503
  • Shipbuilding in Germany, 598, 607
  • Shipbuilding in Germany, Mr. F. Laeisz on, 598
  • Shipping, British and Foreign, New, 367
  • Shipping Facilities at Natal, 562
  • Shipping Tax to bo Levied by the Egyptian Government, New, 419
  • Ships’ Cabins and their Fittings, Mr. F. Somer- scales, 308
  • Ships, Coast Defence, 167, 191, 241
  • Ships, Geometry in Connection with the Stability of, 335
  • Ships with Long Internal Feed - pipes, The Admiralty relative to, 228
  • Ships, Number and Tonnage of, that Traversed the Suez Canal in 1895, 543
  • Ships’ Plates, Angle of Countersink for, 519
  • Ships’ Side-lights at Sea, Screening, Order in Council respecting, 161
  • Ships, On the Use of Electricity on Board, 627
  • Shipyard and Floating Docks of Messrs. Blohm and Voss, 590
  • Shrewsbury Main Drainage, 67
  • Shunting in Darkness, Colonel H. A. Yorke on, 489
  • Shunting Trains, Cars Equipped with Electric Motors for, Tested at Brooklyn Terminus, 353
  • Siam Railways, 225
  • Siberian Line to China, Progress of the, 625
  • Sicilian Sulphur Mines and Miners, Report on, 446
  • Side Pressure Ball Bearings, 499
  • Siemens Bros, and Co.’s Exhibits at the Royal Society’s Conversazione, 584
  • Siemens and Halske’s Experiments in Connection with the Reported Fusion of Two Nails by Lightning, 543
  • Sifter, Carter’s Pendulum, 572
  • Signalling, Electro-pneumatic Automatic Block, 9
  • Silicides of Nickel and Cobalt, M. Vigouroux on 139
  • Simond’s Steam Motor Velocipede, 5
  • Simons and Co., Dredger for South Africa, 591
  • Simonsen, Nielsen and Wedum, Messrs., Flutmeter, 599
  • Simplex Wiud Engine, The, 133
  • Simplon, Line through the, 161
  • Simplon Railway, Projected, 563
  • Simplon Route to Italy, The, 621
  • Simplon Tunnel, Convention between Switzerland and Italy, 213, 625
  • Simpson and Co., Messrs. James, Pumping En¬gines for Johannesburg, 10, 12
  • Simpson, Mr., On tbe Blackwall Tunnel, 554
  • Singapore, Municipal Engineer, 249
  • Sirius Fabrik, Patent for the Use of Retort Carbon for the Manufacture of Resistance, 463
  • Skating Palace, Tho National, 40
  • Skelmorlie Mile, Vessels Tried on the, 519
  • Slag Cement Trade, Reports Dealing with the, 419
  • Slide Valve Friction, 34, 67, 96, 120, 138, 191, 301
  • Sliding and Surfacing Brake Lathe, 40
  • Sligo, Leitrim, and Northern Counties of Ireland Railway, Mr. Hanbury on the Proposed Sale of the, 419
  • Sloop “ Phoenix,” The, 35
  • Slough, Water Supply of, 423
  • Smit and Zoon, Messrs., The Tug-boat " Ocean,” 235, 238, 239
  • Smith and Coventry, Messrs., Heavy Turning and Boring Mill, 222
  • Smith, Mr. E. Metcalf, On the Treatment of New Zealand Magnetic Iron-sand, 462
  • Smith, Professor R. H., his Resignation, 614
  • Smulders, Mr. A. F. Dredger, and Hydraulic Spoil Elevator, Baltic Snip Canal, Working Drawing (Supplement, January 3rd, 1896)
  • Smyth, Mr. W. H., “ Invention,’’the Indefinable Requirement of the Patent Laws, 541
  • Snowdon Riilway, The, 218, 263, 371, 375, 397, 402, 563
  • Snowdon Railway, Accident on the, 371, 375, 402
  • Snowdon Railway Accident, Question in the House concerning, 563
  • Société St. Leonard, Locomotives, Belgian Light Railways, 440, 445
  • Société Metallurgique, Locomotives for Light Railways, 440, 441
  • Society of Apts:
  • Annual Conversazione, 625
  • Benjamin Shaw Trust Gold Medal. 647
  • Cantor Lectures, Subjects and Lecturers’ Names, 364
  • Fothergill Prize and Silver Medal, Subject of Paper for which the Society Offer the, 402
  • Röntgen's Photography of the Invisible, Mr. A. A. C. Swinton, 248, 263
  • Supply of Sea Water for London, Mr. F. Grier¬son, 87
  • Society of Apts, The Indian Section of:
  • Gohna Landslip, Mr. Glass on tbe, 266
  • Punjab Irrigation, Ancient and Modern, Sir James Lyell, 139
  • Society, The Belfast Philosophical:
  • Horseless Carriages, Mr. Brown on, 422
  • Society, The Berlin Meteorological:
  • Atmospheric Electricity, Dr. Schwalbe on some Theories of, 591
  • Sunshine over Europe, Professor Kremson on the Duration of, 187
  • Society, The Berlin Physical:
  • Cooling of Gases during their Adiabatic Expansion, Dr. Lindau and Prof. Planck on the, f 446
  • Magnetising and Hysteresis of Steel and Iroo, Dr. Du Bois, 625
  • Society, The Cambridge:
  • Some Scratched Stones from the Permo- carboniferous Rocks of South-east Australia and the Question of Recurring Ice Ages, Professor Hughes, 463

Society, The Chemical:

  • Acetylene Theory of Luminosity, Mr. Vivian B. < Lewes, 139
  • Composition of the Limiting Explosive Mixtures ; of Various Combustible Gases with Air, Mr. , Frank Clowes, 7
  • Mode of Formation of Carbon Dioxide in the Burning of Carbon Compounds, Mr. H. B. Dixon, 353
  • Products Obtained by the Dry Distillation of Bran with Limo, Mr. W. F. Laycock, 187
  • Temperature of Certain Flames, Mr. W, N. Hartley. 463

Society, The Civil and Mechanical Engineers:

  • Anchors, Mr. W. Cooper Penn, 452
  • Commercial Efficiency of Steam Boilers, Mr. A. Uanssen, 386
  • Hot-water Heating, Mr. W. M. Binney, 139
  • Lock Nuts and Nut-locking Devices, Mr. E. H. Brewster, 58
  • Mechanical Handling of Goods at Riverside Premises, Mr. H. Coward, 301
  • Testing of the Materials of Construction, Mr. A. S. E. Ackermann, 233
  • Visits of the Members, 202
  • Wire Netting Machinery, Mr. A. Myall, 336

Society of Civil Engineers, The American:

  • New House for, 611

Society of Engineers, The:

  • First Ordinary Meeting, 133
  • Hydraulic Rotative Engines, Mr. Arthur Rigg, 476
  • Mechanics of Horse Haulage, Mr. T. H. Brigg, 234
  • Riilway Bridges for Branch Lines, Mr. M. A. Pollard-Urquhart, 571

Society of Engineers, The Amalgamated :

  • General Policy of, 484

Society of French Civil Engineers:

  • Progress of Electric Traction on Railways, Mr. de Grièges, 293
  • Varennes, Mons., Statement as to Increase of Speed on the Orleans Railway, 213

Society, The Geological:

  • Alteration of Certain Basic Eruptive Rocks from Brent Tor, Devon, Mr. Frank Rutley, 7
  • Observations on the Geology of the Nile Valley, Professor E. Hull, 353
  • Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers, American:
  • Methods of Insulating Underground Systems of Steam Piping, Mr. R. C. Carpenter, 201
  • Screwed Fittings for High Pressure, Sir. Hugh J. Barron, 350

Society, King’s College Engineering:

  • Presidential Address, Mr. Mowat’s, 158
  • Blackwall Tunnel, Mr. Simpson, 554
  • Gases as llluminants, Mr. Sod can, 297
  • Great Western Railway, Mr. Standen, 610
  • Horse Haulage r. Motor Traction, Debate on, 512
  • Horseless Carriages, Mr. Mowat, 502, 512
  • London Water Supply, Mr. Robinson, 247
  • Officers Elected for the Ensuing Term, 339
  • Petroleum, Mr. C. F. Mott, 171
  • Planets, The, Are they Worlds Like Ours.' Mr. S. L. Fletcher, 345
  • Tolescopes, their Construction and Revelations, Mr. Fletcher, 567
  • Time-rate of Growth of Magnetisation of Iron and its Importance to the Electrical Engi¬neer, Mr. Wilson on the, 204

Society, The Manchester Geographical :

  • Canals and Navigable Rivers, Mr. L. B. Wells, 171

Society of Mechanical Engineers, The American:

  • Piec9-rate System, A, Mr. Fred W. Taylor, 391, 418, 412
  • Tests of a 10-Horae Power De Laval Steam
  • Turbine, Mr. W. F. M. Goss Lafayette, 477

Society, The Meteorological:

  • Analysis of the Greenwich Rainfall Records from 1879-1890, Major H. E Rawson, 416
  • Arctic Hail and Thunderstorms, Mr. H. Harries, 624
  • Dustin the Atmosphere, Mr. E. D. Fridlander’s
  • Observations on, 416
  • Exposure of Anemometers, Mr. R. H. Curtis, 516 . .
  • High Barometer Readings in the British Isles, Mr. R. H. Scott on the, 213
  • Mean Amount of Cloud on Each Day of the Yeir at the Greenwich Observatory, on the Average of Fifty Years, 1841-90, Mr. W. Ellis, 416
  • Weather Forecasts and Storm Warnings, Mr. Frederick Gaster, 293

Society, The Physical:

  • Dielectrics, Mr. R. Appleyerd, 543
  • Eection of President and Council, 202
  • New Instruments for tho Direct Measurement of tbe Frequency of Alternating or Pulsating Electric Currents, Mr. Campbell, 543
  • Photographs taken by Professor Röntgen's Method, Mr. Campbell Swinton Exhibits, 111

Society, Steam Engine Makers':

  • Introductory Address of Mr. James Swift, and Seventy-first Annual Report, 159

Society, The Yorkshire College Engineering:

  • Gas Engines, Mr. Wm. Norris, 349
  • Weaving Mechanisms, Mr. A. F. Barker, 202
  • Sodean, Mr., Gases as Illuminates, 297
  • Soho, A Century of, 120
  • Sabo Foundry, A Curious Old Engine, 208
  • Soho Works, James Watt and Co., 241, 267 S
  • “Sokol” Type, Destroyers of the, 263
  • Soliani, Colonel, On a Compound Boiler, 335
  • Soliani, Co’onel N., Water-tight Doors, 325
  • Solid Top Wood Peg Turning and Stamping Machines.' 619
  • Solution and Diffusion of Metals in Mercury, and of Non-metallic Solids in Liquids, 543
  • Solvay, M. E., On the Mechanical Production of Extreme Temperatures, 248 Somerscales, Mr. F., Ships’ Cabins and their Fittings, 308
  • Soudan, Progress of the Forket Railway, 643
  • Souudings, On Deep, 248
  • Southall, Monsted's Margarine Factory, 403, 404
  • South-Eastern Railway Company’s Cheap Fares to the Berlin Exhibition, 454
  • South-Eastern Railway Company, Reduction of Rates on Agricultural Produce Considered by the Directors, 353
  • South Kensington Museum, The Southern Galories Lighted and Opened, 161
  • South Staffordshire Mines Drainage Acts,
  • Meeting of Arbitrators at Dudley, 489
  • South Yorkshire Coke Trade, The, 646
  • Spain, Copper Mines in, 400
  • Spanish Flest, Special Credits Applied for Increasing the, 643
  • Spain, Torpedo Boats for, 7 Speed on French Railways, Increase of, 213
  • Speed, The Problem of, 510, 549, 567
  • Speed, Problem of, Mr. J. A. Normand, 510
  • Speed Record, Highest Trials Made on the Berlin and Görlitz Line, 643
  • Speed Record, One Way of Making a, 97
  • "Spider" in Commission, The, 191
  • Spoon Dredger, Swales’, 266
  • Sprague Electric Elevator, 582
  • Stability of Ships, Geometry in Connection with the, 335
  • Stability of Tall Chimneys, Mr. F. J. Bancroft, 184
  • Stability in Warship Construction, The French Naval Authorities and, 446
  • Stamping of Patent and other Forms at Inland Revenue Offices in the Provinces, Authorised, 463
  • Standard Methods of Analysis, On the Introduc¬tion of, 487
  • “ Standart.” Signalling to the, 184
  • Standen, Mr., On the Great Western Railway, 610
  • Stanton Ironworks, Blowing Engines at the, 139
  • Starley’s Rover Cob Bicycle, 51
  • State Railroad Commissioners of New York Refuse to Permit Construction of a Bicycle Railway in the City, 213
  • Staten Island, Projected Development of, 563
  • Steady Platforms at Sea for Searchlights, On, 413
  • Steamboat, The Bazin Disc Wheel, 502
  • Steam Carriage, Cugnot's, 422, 623
  • Steam Carriages at the Crystal Palace Exhibition, 461, 465
  • Steam Carriages at the Imperial Institute Exhibi¬tion, 472
  • Steam Carriage, Randolph's at the Crystal Palace Exhibition, 461, 465
  • Steam Carriages, Some more, 421
  • Steam Carriages—»" Horseless Carriages Steam Crane Locomotivo, -120
  • Steam Digger, The Cooper, 640, 644
  • Steam Engines —sre Eagines.
  • Steam Steam Engines, Thermal Efficiency of, 354, 503
  • Steam Fire EDgine, Floating, 336
  • Steam Hammer, First, 354
  • Steam Launch for Ambulance Service, 108
  • Steam Locomotives on Common Roads, 51, 84, 104
  • Steam Locomotives on Common Roads, Mr, W. Fletcher, 104
  • Steam Pipes, Insulating Underground, 201, 377,
  • Steam Pipes, On Steel, 458 Steam Ploughing, Link in the History of, 147
  • Steam Road Carriages—css Horseless Carriages Steam and Rope Tramway at Havre, 30
  • Steam, Superheated, 193
  • Steam Superheating, Notes on, 196
  • Steam Superheating, Mr. W. H. Patchell's Notes on, 458
  • Steam Tramways in Italy, 519
  • Steam Trap, A New, 626
  • Steamers, Auxiliary Engines in Screw, 483
  • Steamers, Engine Power in Paddle, 301, 327, 877, 397
  • Steamers. Inland Navigation and Foreign-going, £ 39
  • Steamer " Scot,” Lengthening the Mail, 212
  • Steamer, Tank, Herr 0. Schlick, On Signs of
  • Weakness in, 619, 651
  • Steamers, Three Swift Steel Paddle, for the Zse- land Steamship Company, 256, 257, 268
  • S.S. “Aberdeen, Engines and Boilers of the, 311, 312
  • S.S. “ Mare,” Machinery of, Repaired at Sea, 187
  • Steamships, Tne Growth of, 426
  • Steamship Propulsion. 138
  • Steam Yacht “Scud,” Tho, 597
  • Steam Yachts, American and English, 563
  • Steel, On the Application of Mond Producer Gas to the Manufacture of, 488
  • Steel Boiler Plates in the United States, Testing, 431
  • Steel Bridge ovor the Medway, Mr. H. Wood- £ house's Design for, 111
  • Steel Buildings, Rapid Erection of Tall, 92
  • Steel Canal Boats, 578
  • Steel Foundry to be Erected in Japan, 463
  • Steel-hardening, To Cut Hard Steel, 115
  • Steels, Hardening of Extra Hard, 139
  • Steel Houses in the Transvaal, 111
  • Steel and Iron, Dr. du Bois on the Magnetising and Hysteresis of, 625
  • Steel Pen-making Machinery? 89
  • Steel Plates, American and English Methods of Manufacturing, 504
  • Steel, Preventing Rnst on, 319
  • Steel Production. America’s, 245
  • Steel Rails, Combination amongst British Manu¬facturers of, 187
  • Steel Railway Chair, Harrison’s Patent, 498
  • Steel Railway Chair, Muirhead’s, 444
  • Steel, Mr. Seaton's Microscopical Investigations into, 335
  • Steel Shafts, Causes of Mysterious Fractures in, Revealed by the Microscope, 365, 377
  • Steel for Shipbuilding, The German Government and English, 470
  • Steel Sleepers, 137
  • Steel Steam Pipes and Fittings, On, 458
  • Steel, Transverse Loads on Beams of Mild, 10 "j
  • Steel Water Supply Conduit of Newark, N.J., 248
  • Steel will be Superseded by Aluminium, Mr.
  • Oldknow considers that, 563 Steel Works, Balance-sheet of a GermaD, 143
  • Steiger, Mr. Alph., On the Utilisation of Water Power, with Examples of Plant? for the Generation of Electrical Energy, 548 , 575
  • Stephenson-Armstrong Igniter, Toe, 611
  • Stereo-photo-chromoscope, Mr. F. Ives on the, 213 '
  • Sterilised Butter, Manufacture of, 613, 616 ’
  • Sternberg and Delettre’s Process for Producing 'Refractory Material, 419
  • Stettin, The Vulcan Works, 564, 588, 589
  • Stevens' Wood Spoko Wheal, 188
  • Stevenson, Mr. E. L , On the Principles Governing tbe Transfer of Gas Undertakings, 590
  • Stokers for the Navy, Standard Height to be Reduced, 643
  • Stone Quarries, Electric Lighting of, 56
  • Stoneware Conduits, Doulton's, 237
  • Storage Battery Traction on French Tramways, 591
  • Storey’s Deadweight Safety Valve, 11, 67
  • Stove, Ford and Moncur Hot-blast, 462 ’
  • Stratton Separators Reported on by the United ' Electric Light and Power Co., of New York, ’ 446
  • Straw Bottle Cases 593
  • Street, Mr. A. J., his Report as Inspector of Weights and Measures, 446
  • Street Car Fares, Brooklyn, 463
  • Street Car Lines, Tbe Underground Conduit
  • System and the Overhead, 591
  • Street Car with Pivoted Seats in New York, Trial of, 563
  • Streets in tho Metropolis containing Water-pipes Constantly Charged, Mileage of, 463
  • Street Subways for Pipes, 86
  • Strikes in the United States, Effect of, 80
  • Stromeyer, Mr. C. E., Measurement of Feed and Circulating Water, &c., by Chemical Moans, 365, 379
  • Stromeyer, Mr. C. E., Method of Estimating Feed-water, 335
  • Strond Canal, The, 460, 468
  • Sturge's Storage Battery Carriage, Submarine Telegraphic Works, 448
  • Subsidence of Mountains, 563
  • Subways for Pipes, Street, 86
  • Suction Dredgers, Messrs. J. and H. Gwynne, 293
  • Suez Canal, Total Number and Tonnage of Vessels Traversed the, in 1895, 543
  • Sugar Industry in New South Wales, The, 519
  • Sugar and Molasses Produced in New South Wales, 1894, 376
  • Sugg, Mr., On Photometers and Standards of Light, 610
  • Suicides in the Engine-room Staff of tbe Mer¬cantile Marine, 477
  • Sulphur Minos and Miners, On Sicilian, 446
  • Sulphuric Acid in Refining Petroleum, Action of, 393
  • Sun, Photographs of, taken at Greenwich, 625
  • Sundale Packing Block, The, 589
  • “ Sunfish ” Trials, The, 79
  • Sunshine over Europe, On the Daration of, 187
  • Superheated Steam, 193
  • Superheating Steam, 196
  • Superheating Steam, Mr. W. Patchell on, 143
  • Superheated Steam, Remarks on, at tho Institute
  • of Mechanical Engineers, 458

Supplements:

  • Dredger and Hydraulic Spoil Elevator, Baltic Ship Canal (Working Drawing), Mr. A. F. Smolders, January 3rd, 1896
  • Electric Light Installation, India and Ceylon Exhibition, Earl’s Court, Messrs. Davey, Paxman, and Co., May 22nd, 1896
  • Express Locomotive, Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, Mr. Harry Pollitt, March 20th, 1896
  • Express Passenger Locomotive, Midland Rail- i way, Mr. S. Johnson, January 31st, 1896
  • Locomotive Boiler, 8.8. “Queen of the North,” Mossrs. Laird Brothers (Working Drawing), January 24th, 1896
  • Midland Railway Express Passenger Locomotive (Portfolio Working Drawing, No. 5), June 5tb, l£9j
  • Narrow Gauge Goods Locomotive, Cape Govern¬ment Railway, Messrs. Neilson and Co , February 28 ;h, 1896
  • Particulars of the Locomotives on Belgian Light Railways, May 1st, 1896
  • Rolling Mill Engines, Dawlais Works, Cardiff, Messrs. Dan. Adamson and Co., April 10th, 1896 .
  • Types of the Rolling Stock of the Belgian Light Railways, May 1st, 1896
  • Surface Scum Cock and Valve for Boiler, 355
  • Swain, Jud., Mr. John, 315
  • Swales’ Spoon Dredger, 266
  • Swansea, Triple Scheme of Refuse Destructor, Electric Lighting and Tramcar Propulsion for, 161
  • Sweden, Northernmost Railways in the World, 463
  • Sweep-catting Band Saws, 301
  • Sweet, Prof. John E., Special Features Seen in British Workshops, 271
  • Swift, Mr. James, Introductory Address and Report of the Steam Engine Makers' Society, 159
  • Swinton, Mr. A. A. C., and the Röntgen Rays, 213
  • Swinton, Mr. A. A. C., On Röatgen's Photography, 111, 248, 263
  • Sydney Mint, Gold Coined at the, 393
  • Sydney, Smith, and Sons, Messrs., Syren with Organ Whistle for the “Standart," 184
  • Symmons, Mr. P. W., Coal Storage Hoppers at Battersea, 162, 163

T

  • TALLOW Produced in New South Wales, 393
  • Tampico Harbour Works, Mexico, 365
  • Tanging Machine, Sawing, Boring, and, 641
  • Tanks for Bombay, Petroleum Storage, Gigantic, 376
  • Tank of the Hessarghatta Waterworks Practically Completed, 319
  • Tank Steamer.*, On Signs of Weakness in, 649 651
  • Tarapaca Waterworks Co., Net Profits of the, 463
  • Taylor, Mr. Fred. W., A Piece-rate System, 391, 418, 442
  • Taylor and Hubbard’s Steam Crane, 641
  • Taylor and Hattersley, Messrs., Three-wire Cut¬ting and Straightening Machine, 351
  • Teall, Mr. J. J. H., Exhibits at the Royal Society’s Conversazione, 584
  • Technical College for Paisley, 339
  • Tecs, The, 217
  • Telautograph, The, 565
  • Telogram on Record, The O
  • Telegram, Twice Round tne worm Minutes, 541
  • Telegraphic Works, Submarine, 448
  • Telemeters and Range Finders, Professors Barr and Stroud, 143
  • Telephones and Electric Alarm Bells on Russian Battleships, 139
  • Telephone Service between London and Paris, 376
  • Telephonic Communication between the Train Dispatcher’s Office and Motor-men on Cable Cars, 111
  • Telescopes, Mr. Fletcher on, 567
  • Temper of Hand Saws, 120
  • Temperature of Certain Flames, Mr. W. N. Hart¬ley, 463
  • Temperature of 1895, Mean, 625
  • Temperatures, On the Mechanical Production of Extreme, 248
  • Tomperley Transporter Adopteiby the Admiralty,

Tenders:

  • Admiralty, 498
  • Pamping Engines for Enfield, 139
  • Sewerage and Sewage Disposal, Berkhamstead, 221
  • South African Railways, Grand Junction Rail¬way Company’s, 248
  • ‘‘Terrible,” Explosion on Board the, Inquired into, 519
  • “Terrible,” Trials of the, 563 Testing Armour for Russia, 434
  • Testing the Materials of Construction, 233
  • Testing Steel Boiler Plates in the United States, 431
  • Tests of Amerian Rilles, 560
  • Test of a Steam Engine. 56
  • Tests of Rods by tho Magnetometer Method, 463
  • Tests to Show Distribution of Moisture in Steam Flowing through a Horizontal Pipe, 123
  • Tests Appliod to Standard Clark Cells, 353
  • Thames, The, 437
  • Thames Conservators, their Report for 1895, 519
  • Thames Floods, 101, 321
  • Thames for Foot Traffic, Tunnel under the, 489
  • Thames as a Highway, The, 38
  • Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, Cruiser, Gunboats, Ac., for Portugal, 463
  • Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, The Japanese Battleship “ Fuji," 221
  • Thames Navigation, 451, 600
  • Thames Paddle Steamer, “ Southend Belle,” 592, 597
  • Thames and Severn Canal, The, 460, 468
  • Thames Tunnels, The, 551
  • Thermal Efficiency of Steam Engine*, 354, 503
  • Thermal Efficiency of Steam Engines, Capt. H, R. Sankey, 351
  • Thermometer Balance, Self-registering, 489
  • Thermometer into France, History of the Intro¬duction of the First Hermetically Sealed, 111
  • Tbirlmere Works for the Water Supply of Man¬chester, Mr. G. H. Hill on the, 423
  • Thomson and Joule’s Porous Plug, Prof, Onnes on the Action of, 393
  • Thomson, Mr. Thomas, On Reservoir Dams with , Iron Sheeting, 459
  • Thorine, 319 1 Thorite, 319
  • Thorium Carbide, Yttrium and, 319
  • Thorium Ores, On, 319
  • Thornycroft and Co., Admiralty Orders Received by Messrs., 446
  • ” Thomycroft and Co., Messrs., Fastest Boat in the , World, 297
  • Three-cylinder Locomotives, 301, 326, 327
  • Three-head Surface Milling Machine, 367
  • Three-wire Cutting and Straightening Machina, Messrs. Tiyhr and Hatter fley. 351
  • Timber Bridge Construction in New South Wales, 520, 524, 525, 526, 527 !
  • Timbers, British Guiana, 263
  • Timber, Drying of, 591
  • Time Kate of Growth of Magnetisation of Iron, and its Importance to the Electrical Engineer, Mr. Wilton, 204
  • Tin Ore in Europe, Gnat Britain the Largest Pro¬ducing Country of, 161
  • Tipton New Drainage Scheme, Progress with the, 489
  • Tires on Passenger Engines, Wear of, New York Central Railway, 431
  • Todd’s Steam Carriage, 132
  • Tod morden Sewerage, Application for Loan Inquired into, 352
  • Tomlinson, Mr. S., Municipal Engineer, Singa¬pore, 249
  • Tommasi, M.D., New Apparatus for Electrolysis, 563
  • Tonnaga and Freeboard, Naval Architecture. No. VI., 437
  • Torpedo Boats Conveyed by Rail in Russia, 248
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, 136
  • Torpe lo Boat Destroyers, Boilers of, 616
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer “Porcupine,” 134
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers for the Russian and the Argentine Governments, 263
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Trial of, after Com¬missioning, ordered by the Admiralty, 376
  • Torpedo Boats, The New American, 419
  • Torpedo Boat “Spider” Commissioned, The, 191
  • Torpedo B at “ Viper,” The Austrian, 343
  • Torpedo Catchers ordered by the Admiralty, 446
  • Torpedoes in Flight, 524
  • Torpedo Gun Vessel for Chili, Launch of a, 416
  • Torquay, Electric Light for, 200
  • Tower, Mr. Beauchamp, his Experiments in Lubrication of Plain Parallel Surfaces, 25
  • Tower, Mr. Beauchamp, Steady Platforms at Sea for Search Lights, 443
  • Tower to be erected at the Empire of India and Ceylon Exhibition, 293
  • Traction Engines, 539, 567
  • Traction Engine, Accident with, 625
  • Traction Engines, Compound, 498
  • Traction Engines on Reads, 249, 328, 341, 419, 423, 444, 473, 492, 512
  • Traction Engines on Roads, Mr. Mulvaney’s Evidence, 512
  • Traction on Road Regulations, Infringement of the, 419
  • Traction Engines on Roads, Select Committee of the House of Commons, 328
  • Traction Engine Wheels, 123
  • Trade and Business Announcements, 11, 30, 100, 122, 147, 171, 202, 221, 250, 262, 297, 314, 352, 367, 392, 416, 502, 523, 542, 576, 599, 647
  • Trade Disputes of Clyde Settled, 338
  • Trade, Improven in, found by Railway Carriso’e,iics] 255,"pu Company’s, 319 ƒ Department I“-iramo on London and the Tower Bridges, 489
  • Train Accidents in the United States, 187
  • Trains for the Flying Scotsman Service, New, 551
  • Train Resistance, Question of, 62, 96
  • Tramcar, Narrow Gauge Self-propelling, 596
  • Tram Eogine and Car, A Runaway, 383
  • Tramway Accident at Bradford, 498
  • Tramway Bills in the Coming Session, 376
  • Tramways Bill, Derby and Ashbonrne, 293
  • Tramways, Coal Consumption on French, 461, 591
  • Tramway Companies in Chicago Ten Years Ago and Now, 563
  • Tramway Company’s Report, The London Street, 161
  • Tramways, Electric, 2y3
  • Tramways, Electric, A United States Corre¬spondent on the Dangers of, 591
  • Tramways, Electric, Madras, 263
  • Tramways, Electric, Total Length of, in Europe, 591
  • Tramways at Havre, Steam and Rops, 30
  • Tramways in Italy, Steam, 519
  • Tramways, London, to be Sold to the County Council, 419
  • Tramways, Mr. Lyman on the Power required for Electric Traction on, 293
  • Tramways, The Nechells, 139
  • Tramways, Proposal to Work the Middlesbrough,
  • Thornaby, and Stockton by the Overhead Electric System, 353
  • Tramways, Report of the Highways Committee of the London County Council’s on the Pur¬chase and Leasing of, 319
  • Tramway System of the Metropolis, Purchase of, by the London County Council, 376
  • Tramway Track at Rochester, United States, 293
  • Tramway Trust, A, 376 Tramways in the United States, 226
  • Tramways, Vauxhall Bridge, 218
  • Tramway Working, Municipal, 489
  • Transatlantic Steamers, Mail Records of, 83
  • Transfer of Heat through Plates with Differently-arranged Surfaces, 87
  • Transporter, The Temperley, adopted by the Admiralty, 353
  • Transverse Loads on Beams of Mild Steel, 10
  • Transylvanian and Roumanian Railways, 187
  • Trap, A New Steam, 626
  • Traube, Professor, on the Germ-killing Properties of Chloride of Lime in Water, 419
  • Tresidder, Captain, his Formula; for Calculating the Perforation of Armour, 429
  • Triple Cylinder Locomotives, 269, 617
  • “Trusty ” Gas Engine, 145, 165
  • Tubes, On the Distribution of Velocities in, 643
  • Tube Wells at Gainsborough, 452
  • Tudsbury, Mr. J. H. T., Appointed Secretary of the Institute of Civil Engineers, 653
  • Tug-boat “ Ocean,” The Dutch, 235, 238, 239
  • Tunnel, Blackwall, 209, 259, 446, 554, 573
  • Tunnel from Millwall to Greenwich, for Foot ;
  • Traffic, The, 489
  • Tunnel, The Simplon, 625
  • Tunnel, Underground Electric Railway, The City,
  • Tunnelling under Crewe Station, 319
  • Turbines at the Falls of Foyers, at Brantham Mills, at Chauxdefcnds Waterworks, Ac. Ac., 548, 549, 575
  • Turbines, Largest Contract for, ever Placed, 319
  • Turbine, Tests of a 10-H.P. de Laval Steam, 477
  • Turner's Horizontal Condensing Engine and Mul¬titubular Boiler, 317
  • Turner, Messrs. E. R. and F., Wheat Washer and Whizzar, 640
  • TurniDg and Boring Mill, Heavy, 222
  • Turrets, Canet Electric, 57
  • Tyloratown Explosion, The, 114
  • Tyne, The, 247
  • Typewriters, 396

U.

  • UGANDA Railway, Progress of the, 248
  • Uganda Railway, Staff and Labourers quartered at Mombassa, 353
  • Umbrella Parts Machinery for Making Horn, Ivory, and Metal Buttons, and Steel Pens, 469
  • Underground Haulage by Electricity, M. Baily e-n, 393
  • Underground Photographs, 316, 320
  • Underground Steam Pipes, Insulating, 377, 550
  • United Electric Light and Power Co., of New York, Stratton Separators used by, 446
  • United States, Aluminium in the, 376
  • United States Battleship “Massachusetts,” Trial ' Trip of, 489
  • United States, Boiler Explosions in 1895 in the, 543
  • United States, Coal Production in 1895 in the, 643 ;
  • United States, Earnings of Railways in the, 139
  • United States, Effect of Strikes in the, 80
  • United States, The First Locomotive in the, 123
  • United States, The Fly-wheel Casualties in the, 563
  • United States Gunboats, Water-tube Boilers for, 111
  • United States Locomotives, 614, 622, 623
  • United States, Loss by Bad Roads in the, 489
  • United States, Machinery Applied to Coal Mining in the, 625
  • United States Navy, Cost of the New, 293
  • United States Navy, Engineers in the, 231, 240
  • United States Navy, Present Strength of, 277
  • United States Patents, 423
  • United States Patent Law, 191
  • United States, Petroleum in the, 594
  • United States, 1895, Production of Pig Iron in, 6
  • United States Projectile Co., Orders being Executed by, 248
  • United States, Railway Accidents in February in the, 419
  • United States Ram “Katahdin,” The, 329
  • United States 13in, Gun, Breech Mechanism of the, 487
  • United States, Train Accidents in the, 187
  • United States, Tramways in the, 226
  • Uranium, Invisible Radiators Emitted by Silts of, 376
  • Urban Roads and Footways, Mr. J. Julian, 87
  • Use of Heating Gas, The, 142
  • Utilising the Power of a Waterfall, 463

V

  • VACUUM Brake, Death of the Inventor of the, 643
  • Vacuum Brake on the Midland Railway, 182
  • Valve, Fay-Richardson, United Slates Locomo¬tives, 622, 623
  • Valve Friction, Slide, 34, 67, 96, 120, 191, 301
  • Valve Gear, Walschaert’s, 616
  • Valve, Storey’s Deadweight Safety, 11, 67
  • Vauxhall Bridge Tramways, Relative to the, 248
  • Velocities in Tubes, On the Distribution of, 643
  • Velocity of Earthquake Waves, On the, 419
  • Velox Drilling Machine ? The, 521
  • Venice, A Great Engineering Work in, 419
  • Viaducts, Lancashire, Derbyshire, and East Coast Railway, 213, 218
  • Vibration, On the Influences of, 213
  • Vibration in Steam Pipes, Practical Abolition of all, by Use of Water Separators, 446
  • Vicentini, Prof. G., On Earthquake Pulsations, 446
  • Victorian Coal, Mr. Price-Williams on, 543
  • Victorian Railways, Mr. J. Mathieson offered the Post of General Manager of the, 543
  • “Victorious,” H.M.S., Anchor Gear for, 232
  • Vigouroux, M., On the Silicides of Nickel and Cobalt, 139
  • Villard and Jarry, On Solid Carbonic Anydride, 87
  • “ Viper,” Austrian Torpedo Boat, 343
  • “Volage,"Character of the Injuries Sustained by the, 643
  • Vulcan Works, Stettin, The, 564, 588, 589, 650
  • Vyrnwy Works for the Water Supply of Liver¬pool, Mr. G. F. Deacon, 423

W

  • WAGES in tbe Clyde Shipbuilding Trade, 348
  • Wages in the Engineering Trade, 335, 457, 557
  • Wages in the Engineering Trade, by J. S. Ran¬some, 335
  • Wages in English and Continental Iron Trades, 35
  • Wagner, Prof, Hermann, On the Relief of the Earth’s Crust, 625
  • Wainwright Water-tube Feed-water Heater, 583
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 22, 46, 72, 100, 126, 150, 178, 204, 228, 252, 280, 304, 332, 358, 382, 410, 434, 454, 480, 606, 630, 554, 578, 604, 630, 656
  • Wales and Birkenhead, New Line to assist the Mineral Traffic between, 293
  • Wales, Light Railways iD, 209
  • Walford, Mr. E. A., On the Origin of Middle-Lias Ironstone in N. Oxfordshire, 462 Walker, Mr. G. Blake, his Paper on the Roth Method of Firing Shots discussed, 449 Walker, Mr. W. G., Transfer of Heat through Plates with differently arranged Surfaces, 87
  • Walking and Running, <« Flexion, MM. Comte and Regnault, 248
  • Wallington, M. , Experiments with Ignition Tube for Gas Engines, 419
  • Wallis and Steevens, Messrs., Spring – mounted Traction Engine, 85
  • Wallwork and Wells’ Painting Machine, 499
  • Walrand-Legenisel Plants, New, 428
  • Walschaert’s Valve Gear, 616
  • Walter’s Excentric Shifting Gear, 215
  • Wanklyn, Mr. H. A., Attachment for Bass Brooms, 139
  • Wanted the Reason Why, 594
  • Ward Electrical Omnibus at the Crystal Palace Exhibition, The. 607
  • War Fleets, 'the World’s Principal', 75
  • War Material in 1895, 16
  • Warship BuildiDg Notes, British, 267
  • Warships, On the Classification and Relative 'Power of, 608
  • Warships, Corn Pith Cellulose for, 40
  • Warships and Dock Entrances, Modern, 217
  • Warship “ Foji,” The Japanese, 339
  • Washington Fir, Long Piles made from the, 489
  • Water Board for the Metropolitan Counties, 295
  • Water Committee of the London County Council, their Report, 591
  • Water Delivered from the Thames, Average Daily Supply of, 111
  • Waterfall in Canada, Utilising the Power of 8, 463
  • “WaterFamine,” The “St. James’Gaz3tte”oathe, 161
  • Water from Milk Extracting, 321
  • Water Gauge Protector, Glass, 34
  • Water in Hertfordshire, 159
  • Water Pipes, Corrugated, 336
  • Water Power, Mr. A. Steiger on the Utilisation of, 548, 575
  • Water Purified by Chloride of Lime, 419
  • Water Questions, Bills Relating to the, Coming jbefore Parliament, 111
  • Water in the Race-ways, Rate at which it is Offered, 563
  • Water Separators of Large Size in America, Use of, 446
  • Water Supplied by the London Water Companies, 139
  • Water Supply, Eastbourne, 40 Water Supply in 1895, 19
  • Water Supply, Government and the London, 161
  • Water Supply, Howrah, 354
  • Water Supply, London, 613
  • Water Supply, The Metropolis, 34
  • Water Supply of the Metropolis, Government Bill Dealing with the, 263
  • Water Supply of the Metropolis, Mileage of Streets containing Pipes Constantly Charged, 463
  • Water Supply, The Nottingham, 378
  • Water Supply of the Paris Suburbs, 338
  • Water Supply of Slough, 423
  • Water Tapped at Messrs. Eastman, 376
  • Water-tight Doors, 314, 325
  • Water-tight Doors, Mr. Martell on, 650
  • Water-tight Doors, Col. N. Soliani, 325
  • Water-tight Doors in the Navy, 467
  • Water-tight Doors and their Dangers to Modern Fighting Ships, Lord Charles Beresford on, 314
  • Water-tube Boilers, 30, 67, 111, 172, 202, 318, 335, 343, 372, 397, 446
  • Water-tube Boilers, Babcock and Wilcox Com¬pany, 446
  • Water-tube Boiler, The Reed, 172
  • Water-tube Boilers and Stratton Separators, 446
  • Water-tube Boilers for United States Gunboats, 111
  • Water-tube Boilers, Yarrow, 343 .
  • Water-tube Boilers, Circulation in, 28-30, 146, 347, 372, 397, 450, 451, 467, 493, 495, 551
  • Waterfall in Norway, The Water Power of, to be , Utilised for Electric Power, 110
  • Waterford Harbour: Its Claims for Selection as ' Torpedo Boat Station, 353
  • Waterloo Bridge, Inverness, The New, 366, 392, 394
  • Waterloo and City Railway Company, Directors’ Report, 161
  • Waterways, Value of Inland, 169
  • Waterworks, Engineers, Association of, 11, 96
  • Waterworks, Gloucester, 486
  • Waterworks, Opening of the Howrah, 263
  • Watkinson, Professor W. H., Circulation in Water-tube Boilers, 335, 351
  • Watt and Co., Soho Works, 241, 267
  • Watt and Co., Messrs. James, 301
  • Watt, Mr. J., Water-tube Boilers, 318, 335
  • Watt Engine, A Curious Old, 208 J
  • Way.^Mr., Result of the Assam-Burma Survey,
  • Wear of Tires on Passenger Engines on New York Central Railway, 431
  • Weather Averages, 98
  • Weather Forecasts and Storm Warnings, Mr. I Fred Gaster, 293
  • Weaving Mechanisms, Mr. A. F. Barker, 202
  • Wedding, Dr., Bessemer Medal awarded to, 462 !
  • Wednesbury Sewage, Loan Sanctioned for, 625
  • Wegener’s Powdered Fuel Boiler Furnace and Apparatus, 485
  • Wegener System of Firing, Powdered Coal, 44
  • Weighton, Professor, Angle of Countersink for Ships’ Plates, 519
  • Weights and Measure?, Annual Report of the Chief Inspector of, 446
  • Weights and Measures Act, Meeting relative to the, 247
  • Welding, On Benardo's Arc, 458
  • Wellman, Mr. S. T., On Four American Rolling Mills, 504
  • Wells, Londen, 376
  • Wells, Mr. L. B , Canals and Navigable Rivers, 171
  • Welsh Porte, 131
  • Wembley Park Tower, First Platform opened, 519
  • West Highland Railway Extension, 486
  • West of Scotland Industrial Outlook, 194
  • Westinghouse Electric Tramway, The, 170, 171
  • Westinghouse Engines, Stratton Separators ap¬plied to 1200-H.P. of, 416
  • Wharton, Mr. W. J. L., On Deep Soundings, 248
  • Wheat Press, Table of, in the Minnesota Labour Statistics, 625
  • Wheat Washer and Whizzjr, Messrs. E. R. and F. Turner, 610
  • Wheeler-SteriiDg Projectiles, 487
  • Wheeler, Mr. W. H., Littoral Drift, in Relation to River Outfalls and to Harbour Entrances, 249
  • Wheels, Cast Iron Car, Their Usj in the United States and Report thereon, 543
  • Wheels, Traction Eagine, 123
  • White, Mr. J. S , Steam Yacht “Scud,” 499, 597
  • Whitehills, Harbour for, 131
  • Whito Metals for Wearing Surfaces, Discussion of the Subject, 519
  • Wigzell, Mr., Triple Expansion Engine, 139
  • Wilkinson and Sons, Messrs., Three-head Surface Milling Machine, 367
  • Willans and Robinson, Limited, Messrs., Deben¬ture Stock issued by, 549
  • Willson Aluminium Company, Price of their Calcium Carbide, 591
  • Wilson, Mr., Time Rate of Growth of Magnetisa¬tion of Iron and its Importance to the Elec¬trical Engineer, 204
  • Wilson, Mr., Worship-street Bridge, Great Eas¬tern Railway Company, 414, 415
  • Wilson, Mr. John, Great Eastern Railway Bridge over the Ouse at Ely, 77, 78
  • Wind Engine, The Simplex, 133
  • Winding, Safety, in Colliery, 493
  • Window Glass, Ribbed, 652
  • Wire Nails, German Manufacture of, 293
  • Wire-netting Machinery, Mr. A. Myall, 336
  • Wire, Rscent and Novel Applications of, 263
  • Wire Rope Manufacture, 617
  • Wistar, Gen. J. J., On the Distribution of Don Oxide in the Rocks of Anthracite Coal Regions, 419
  • Wolff Duplex Tricycle, The, 188
  • Wolverhampton, New Waterworks for, 596
  • Wood, Mode of Preserving and Colouring, 543
  • Wood Pavicg, 567
  • Woods of tbe South American Colony of British Guiana, 263
  • Wordingham, Mr. C. H., On Municipal Control of Consuming Devices and Wiring, 633
  • Work and Wages, Common Sense in, 322
  • Worthington Electric Pump, 581
  • Worthington, Pumping Engines for Johannes¬burg, 10, 12
  • Woking Main Drainage, 131
  • Worcester and Birmingham Canal, 97
  • Workshops, Special Features Seen in British, 271
  • World’s Principal War Fleets, The, 75
  • Worth, Mr. Robt. J., Condensers for Rolling Mill Engines, 420
  • Wortley South Junction, Collision at, 111
  • Wreck a Train, Attempt to, 376
  • Wright, Mr. Arthur, Presidential Address, 598
  • Wright, Mr. Arthur, Oa the Cost of Electricity Supply, 633
  • Writing in Railway Carriages, Hanging Desks for, 643

X

  • X’ RAYS, 301

Y

  • YACHT, A Fast, 499, 597
  • Yachts, British-built Steam, for American Owners, 448
  • Yacht, Steam, Mr, J. S. White, 499, 597
  • Yachts, Steam, English and American, 563
  • Yarmouth Harbour, 438
  • Yarrow Boilers, Expanding Tubes in, 513
  • Yarrow Water-tube Boilers for Dutch Cruisers, 343
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., and the Admiralty, 195
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Austrian Torpedo Boat “Viper,” 343
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Destroyers of the Sokol Type, 263
  • Yarrow and Co., The New Destroyers for the Argentine Navy, 329
  • Yarrow and Hilditch’s Steam Carriage, 1862, 264
  • “ Yashima,” Launch of the Japanese Battleship, 237
  • Yates, Mr. Edward, A New Steam Trap, 626
  • Yorkshire Coke Trade, The South, 646
  • Yorkshire Iron, Best, 296
  • Yorkshire Miners, 620
  • Yorkshire Mining in 1895, 646
  • Yttrium and Thorium, On Carbides of, 319

Z

  • ZEELAND Steamship Company, Three Swift Steel Paddle Steamers for the, 256, 257, 268