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A

  • ABERDEEN Graving Dock, 203
  • Aberdeen Line and Triple-expansion Engines, The, 371
  • AbradiDg Material made from Fire-clay, A New, 497
  • Accident through the Breaking of a Connecting- rod of a Locomotive, 85
  • Accident at Messrs. Chas. Cammell and Co.’s Works, Barsting of a Fly-wheel, 233
  • Accident with an Electric Charging Machine, 168
  • Accident to Electric Tramcar at Bradford, 301
  • Accident at the Eston Works of Messrs. Bolckow, Vaughan, and Co., 229
  • Accident at Irvine’s Shipbuilding Yard, 319
  • Accident with Liquefied Air at Brooklyn, 519
  • Accidents in Mines and Quarries, 1897, Number of Fatal, 279
  • Accidents, Railway—see Railway Accidents Accident, Scottish Cold Storage and Ice Com¬pany’s Works, Glasgow, 304
  • Accident at Messrs. Short Brothers’ Shipyard, 417
  • Accidents in the Suez Canal, 419
  • Accident on the Torpedo Boat Destroyer Desperate, 35
  • Acetylene Gas Production in France, 349
  • Generator, 547
  • at the Imperia, Institute, 67
  • Its Modern Development, Prof. V. B. Lewes on, 4
  • Railway Carriage Lighting by, in Canada, 373
  • Prof. J. E. Reynolds on, 300 Rubber not Impervious to, 85
  • Working of Gas Engines by, 587
  • Mixed with Oil Gas, Illuminating Power, 59
  • Oil Gas Plant, Combined, 258
  • Utilisation of, 171
  • Admiralty Board, Action of the, towards the Engineers of the Navy, 541
  • Admiralty, Complaints in Fairplay of the Manner in which Builders are Treated by the, 109
  • Aerial Navigation, Mr. Percival Spencer’s Experiments, 485
  • Aërial Research, Experiments in, 109
  • Africa, German Possessions io, 279
  • Africa, The German Protectorate in, 83
  • Africa, Telegraph Line from Cairo to Cape Town, 205
  • African News—see also Letters from Oar own Correspondents
  • Agricultural Machinery, French, 34
  • Agricultural Machinery—see also Royal Agricul¬tural Society
  • Agricultural Statistics of British India, 279
  • Air Compressor, Three-stage, Nordberg Company, 576
  • Air Compressors, West and Jenkins, 45
  • Air Pumps, High-speed, 588, 615
  • Air Pumps, High-speed, 574
  • Akerman, Mr., On the Development of the Swedish Iron Industry, 221
  • Alexandrowicz, M., On the Pressure attained by Superheated Water, 85
  • A'gal Flora of the Hamburg Waterworks, Oj the, 205
  • Allen, Mr. A. H., Electric Canal Haulage, 318
  • Allen, Son, and Co, Messrs. W. H., High-speed
  • Compound Vertical Engine, 494, 495, 518, 525
  • Allis Co., The Edw. P., Compound Horizontal Engine, 310
  • Almanacs and Diaries, 550, 559, 597, 628, 651
  • Alps by Balloon, Ascent of the, 279
  • Almpinium Manufacture, Mr. E. Ristori, 104,117
  • Aluminium, Metallic Oxides reduced and Great Heat obtained by, 325
  • Aluminium as a Rival of Copper and Brass for Electric Conductors, 81

American:

  • Competition, 208, 213, 265, 324, 402, 519
  • Competition in Denmark, 519
  • Electricity Supply Engines, 310
  • Grain Elevator at the Manchester Ship Cana1, 354, 355, 377
  • Gunnery, 158
  • Iron, Freights and, 275
  • Iron and Steel, 62
  • Locomotives for Finland, 540
  • Machine Tools, 316
  • Manufacturing Competition, 2S9
  • Navy, Effect of the Lite War on the, 595
  • Paddle-wheel Steamers with Beam Engines, 295, 306, 557
  • Passion for Big Things, A Five-eighth Acre Boat, 396
  • Patents Selected — see Patents Selected, American
  • Progress in English Industries, 171, 380
  • Railway Record, A New, 135
  • Shipbuilding Materials and Tools Favoured by Danish Firms, 519
  • Steel for Belfast Shipyards, 134
  • Traction Engines (illustrated), 12, 16, 17, 18
  • Train, Three-quarters of a Mile in Length, An, 238
  • Tramways, 446
  • View of German Competition, 499
  • Ammunition, The New Service Bullet at Omdurman, 325
  • Ammunition in the United States, On the Cost of Large Calibre, 205
  • Amphre Bdanc?, Prof. W. E. Ayrton and Prof. J. V. Jone3 (E'ectrical Engineering Supple¬ment, November 25th, 1898, xv.)
  • Anderson, Sir William (with Portrait), 587
  • Andrew and Co, Messrs. J. E. H., Gas Engine Contract, 80
  • Anemometers, Pressure-tube, The Advantages of, 497
  • Anti-friction Metal, Babbitt’s, 177
  • Aqueduct, Steel, United States, 140
  • Aqua Ammonia, the Best Fire-extinguishing Agent, 229
  • Arc, Motive Power Supplied by the, 73
  • Archangel Harbour and Railway, and Contem¬plated Revival of the Shipbuilding Industry,
  • Archbutt-Deeley Process of Water Softening at the Midland Railway Works, 104
  • Archbutt-Daeley Process, Water Softening and Purification by the, 124,151, 188
  • Arctic Exploring Steamer, 66
  • Ardwick Engineering Company, Launch Engines of the Compact type, 335
  • Argentaurum, 34
  • Argentiferous Zinc, Electrolytic Treatment of, 97
  • Arlberg Tunnel with Oil Fuel, Through the, 492, 498
  • Armour Plates, Beard more Process, 524
  • Krupp, its Application to Defeat Shell Fire in Warships, 438
  • Krupp Process, made in the United States, 473
  • Krupp Process, Brown’s 9in. and 12in., 402, 617
  • Krupp Process, Brown’s, for Japan, 622
  • Krupp Process, Cammell’s, 470
  • Krupp, Carnegie, 235
  • Krupp, for Shamrock, 541
  • Mills in Sheffield, Activity in, 459
  • Orders for, in Sheffield, 265
  • Armoured Pipes, 617
  • Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Messrs. W. G., Ice-breaking Steamer Ermack, 451
  • Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Limited, Sir W. Japanese Cruiser Tokiwa, 30, 83
  • Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Messrs. W. G., Order booked by, for Three Oil-tank Steamers, 459
  • Arnold, Prof. J. 0., On the Internal Architecture of Metals, 6
  • Arnold, Prof. J. O., On the Micro-Chemistry of Cementation, 248
  • Artesian Well at Werrington, 602
  • Asbestos in Bosnia, 154
  • Ashbee, Frank, Experiments on Cast Iron Man¬telpieces, 304
  • Ashbury Railway Carriage Company, Trains for the Metropolitan Railway Company, 167
  • Ashby’s Marine Boiler, 599
  • Ashby, Mr. J. H., Water-tube Boilers, their
  • Vatue for the Utilisation of Blast Furnace Gas and Waste Heat Generally, 357
  • Ashpit Refuse, Generation of Steam from the Combustion of, 414
  • Asphalt Plant, A Portable, 599
  • Asphalte, Laviano, 225

Association, Bell Casters’: 94

Association of Birmingham Students of the Institution of Civil Engi¬neers:

  • Axles for Road Carriages and Motor Cars, Mr. R. Thomas on, 631
  • Syllabus for Ensuing Session, 371

Association, British see British Association.

Association of Civil Engineering Stu¬dents, The Manchester:

  • Turbines, Mr. A. H. Tyack on, 630

Association, Derbyshire Miners’ 95

  • Association of Engineers In Johan¬nesburg, South African:
  • Mr. R. T, Tennant’s Speech, 506

Association of Engineers, The Leeds :

  • Annual Dinner, 57
  • Refuse Destructors, Designing and Construction of, Mr. F. L. Watson, 482
  • Visit to the Horwich Workshops of the Lanca¬shire and Yorkshire Railway Company, 190, 857

Association of Engineers, Manchester:

  • Election of New Members, 291
  • Opening of Winter Session and Visit to the new American Grain Elevator at Trafford Wharf, 354, 355, 377
  • Picnic at Knowsley, 95
  • Steam Engine Practice, Some Points ia Modern, Mr. Henry Hodgson, 456
  • Syllabus for the Ensuing Session, 311
  • Association of Foremen, Royal Arsenal:
  • Visit to the Central Landon Railway Works, Holborn, 81

Association, Galvanised Iron Trade : 94

  • July Shipments, 166

Association of Gas Managers, North British :

  • Coke in Gasworks, Automatic Manipulation of, Mr. G. Little, 1C8, 129
  • Cowan Pressure System, Mr. J. Hepworth on, 108, 129
  • Excursions to Loch Rauza, 129
  • Gas Eogine, Notes on the Modern Commercial, Mr. W. Carmichael, 108
  • Meters, Prepayment, Mr. Wilson, 108, 128
  • Ratort Settings and Practical Results Obtained, Mr. Ewing, 108, 128
  • Waves and Tides, Action of, on the Movement of Material on the Sea Coast, Mr. W. II. Wheeler, 2S0

Association, Glasgow and West of Scotland Engine-keepers’:

  • Opening Meeting and Subjects of Forthcoming Lectures, 509

Association, Manchester and Northern Counties Coal traders’:

  • Conflict with the Railway Companies, 359

Association, Manchester Steam Users’:

  • Memorandum read by Mr. C. E. Sromeyer, 81

Association of Mechanical Engineers, Birmingham:

  • Annual and Opening Meetings, 378, 562

Association of Old Students of the Central Technical College, S.W.:

  • First Annual Dinner, 63

Association, Self-Propelled Traffic :

  • Opening Meeting, 458

Association, Self-propelled Traffic (Liverpool and District Centre):

  • Opening Meeting, 508

Association of Students of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Newcastle-on-Tyne:

  • Visits to the Engineering Works of the District, 210, 496

Association of Students, The Manchester :

  • Marine Engineering Practice, Mr. F. T. Wolseley-Lewis, 527

Association, Unmarked Bar, 94

  • “Atlas” Metal, Repairing a Screw Propeller Shaft, 600
  • Atlas Steel and Ironworks, Annual Meeting of Shareholders, 21
  • Atmospheric Resistance to the Motion of Railway Trains, 164, 180
  • Atmosphere of Underground Railways, 87, 117
  • Austria, Modern Goods Locomotive Practice in Supplement, September 2Zrd, 1898), 129, 131,
  • Austrian State Railways, Goods Locomotive Supplement, October 23rd, 1898), 129, 131, 300
  • Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland, The, 497, 578, 643
  • Axles, Engine and Tender, 75
  • Axles, Scrap Iron Car, Southern Pacific Railway Shops, 619

B

  • BABBITT'S Anti-Friction Metal, On, 177
  • Babcock, Mr. W. I., on Portable Pneumatic Riveters in Shipbuilding, 665
  • Bacterio-thermal Treatment of Sewage, 85
  • Bagbie, Messrs., Electrically - driven Machine Tools, Johannesburg Works, 506
  • Bag Dall, Limited, v. Carthago Syndicate, Limited, 132
  • Bailey, Mr. Percy D , 265
  • Bailey and Co., Sir W. IL, Dynamometer for Measurement of Wave Stroke, 166
  • Bailey, and Co., Messrs. W. H., New Works adjoining Manchester Ship Canal, 141
  • Baku Naphtha Company, Financial Report of, 229
  • Balancing Engines—see Engines, Balancing Ball Bearings into the United States, Importation of, 137
  • Balloon Ascent of the Alps, 279
  • Balloon Ascent, Remarkable, from the Crystal Palace, 325
  • Bananas, Dried, Queensland Fruit Trade, 593
  • Band Saw Machines, Two New, 502, 503
  • Barclay, Sons, and Co., Messrs. Andrew, Pump¬ing Engines, Glasgow Graving Docks, 28, 29, 32, 52, 53, 78, 79, 86
  • Barnes, Mr., Report of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, 7
  • Barry, Sir J. Wolfe, His Presidential Address, Section G, Mechanical Science, 289
  • Barry Docks. The, 536, 512, 583, 611, 647
  • Bars, Transference of Heat in Cooled, 476
  • Bartlett, Mr. A. T., Experiments on the Trans¬ference of Heat in Cooled Bars, 476 Bass, Ratcliff, and Gretton’s Brewery, Visit to Messrs., 124
  • Beams subjected to Cross Bending, 213
  • Beams, Theory of, 163, 189
  • Beardmore Process Armour Plates, 524
  • Becker and Co., Messrs. R., Hand Punching and Shearing Machine?, 575
  • Bedford, Mr. John, 431
  • Bedson, Mr. J. P., His Retirement and Prcsenta- tion to, 460, 485
  • Beele Metal and Chemical Company’s Works, Visit to, 210
  • Begbia and Co , Messrs. T., New Works at Wit- watersrand, 381
  • Behrens and Baucke, On Babbitt's Anti friction Metal, 177
  • Beith, Mr. Wm., 46
  • Belfast Harbour, Electric Light Mast, 259
  • Belfast Ironworks Company’s New Engines, 356
  • Belgian Iron Trade, Improvement in, 141
  • Belgium, English Engineering Tools Wanted at, Belk, Mr. Wm., 95
  • Belper Sewage Works, 152
  • Benjamin, Prof. C. H., On the Bursting of Small Cast Iron Fly-wheels, 619
  • Benjamin, Prof. C. H., On Experiments on Cast Iron Cylinders, 109
  • Berend and Co., Limited, Messrs. O., Micrometer Gauges, 467
  • Berend’s Revolution Counters, 262
  • Beresford, Lord Charles, On the Russian Naval Programme, 102
  • Berkley, Mr. Philip, His Appointment, 553
  • Berlin, Stone, Asphalte, and Wood Carriage Pavements at, 35
  • Bermondsey, Refuse Destroyers and Electric Lighting in, 43
  • Bessemer Process, The Homo-office and the, 357
  • Bethlehem-Krupp Process Plate, 517
  • Bickford, Mr. J. S. V., Petroleum Vapour, Its Production and Use, 49
  • Bicycle Exercise, Effects of, on the Body, 279
  • Bicycles, Fifteen Dollar, 565
  • Bicycle Frames, How to Lessen the Weight of, 253
  • Bicycle Frames, Manufacture of, 10
  • Bicycles, German, 484
  • Bicycles on Railways, Carriage of, 102
  • Bicycles, Railway Transport of, Prussian Rules for, 519
  • Bicycle Rider, How to Determine the Speed at which he is Riding, 279
  • Bicycle, On the Steering of the, 557
  • Bill, London University Commission, 85
  • Bills in Parliament, Private, 113
  • Bills, South Wales Railway and Dock, 513
  • Birchington Sewerage, 402
  • Birmingham Electric Lighting Undertaking, 519
  • Birmingham, Motor Omnibuses to Run iD, 593
  • Birmingham Water Scarcity, 253
  • Birmingham Water Supply from Central Waks 243, 245
  • Blast, A Monster, in Welsh Quarries, 593
  • Blears and Co., Mo3jrs. Tho3., Milling, Boring, and Facing Machine, 288
  • Blondlot, M R.. How a Practical Coulombmeter may be Obtained, 11
  • Board of Conciliation, Official Statistics of the Price of Manufactured Iron Prepared for the, 553
  • Board of Trade’s Report on the State of the Skilled Labour Market during November, 593
  • Board of Trade and Railways, 58
  • Board of Trade Returns, 473
  • Board of Trade and Water-tube Boilers, The, 158
  • Bog Ore, Manganese from, 32

Boilers:

  • for the American Navy, Commdore Melville’s Annual Report, 654
  • for Calcutta, 396
  • Choice of, 232
  • The De Laval, 147, 151
  • The Drought and, 381, 402
  • H.M.S. Diadem’s, 478
  • Explosion, Norwich, 257, 627
  • Fallacies Concerning, 157
  • Firing, New Method of, Mr. Schlicht’s, 137
  • Gauge, New, 81
  • in Italy, 35
  • Marine, Ashby’s, 599
  • Marine, Explosion, 304
  • Plant of a Sugar Refinery, Arbuckle Rs- finery, America, 44
  • Plates, Immense, American Goods Engines, 70
  • Transmission of Heat in, 549
  • Vertioal, at the Lowney Chocolate Factory, America, 94
  • Vertical Steam, Messrs. T. Toward and Co., 178
  • Water-tube, Mr. J. H. Ashby on, 357
  • Water-tube, The Board of Trade and, 158
  • Water-tube, The Largest Order for, ever Given in America, 643
  • Water-tube, and the Manning of Stokeholds, 246
  • Water-tube, The Miyabara, 173
  • Water-tube, Mumford’s, 136, 590
  • Water-tube, on Passenger Steamers. 601
  • Water-tube, H.M.S. Salamander, 55
  • Boilermakers on our Warships, Courage of, 447
  • Bond, Engineer Edmund, The Injustice of the Admiralty towards, 541

Books Received :

  • Acetylene, Lighting by, Generators, Burners, and Electric Furnaces, by Wm. E. Gibbs, 63
  • d’Acoustique et d'Optique, Logons Elémentaires (avec 205 Figures), by Ch. Fabry, 15, 39
  • Africa, Guide to South, with Coloured Maps, Plans, Diagrams, Ed. annually by Samier Brown and G. Gordon Brown, 523
  • Alabama Geological Survey, by Eugene Allen Smith, 209
  • Algebra, A Middle, Based on the Algebra of Radbakrishnan, by W. Briggs and G. H. Bryan, 451
  • Algebra, Tutorial, Based on the Algebra of Radhakrishnan, Part II., Advanced Course, by Wm. Briggs, 545
  • Alter der Welt. Das, Auf Mechanische-Astro- nomische Grundlage Gerechnet, von Mgr. Siegmund Wellisch, 306
  • l’Aluminio, del Dottore Carlo Formenti, 545
  • American Institute of Electric Engineers, Transactions of, 63
  • Analysis Infinitesimal, E’ementary : Real Vari¬ables, by Wm. B. Smith, Vol. i., 306
  • Annuaire pour l’An, 1899, Publié par le Bureau des Longitudes avec des Notices Scien- tifiques, 597
  • Arbitration, Redress by, Digest of the Law Relating to Arbitration and Awards, by H. F. Lynch, 423
  • Architectural Surveyors and others engaged in Building, Handbook for, by John Thos. Hurst, 233
  • Australia, West, 1897, Report of the Depart¬ment of Public Works, 306
  • Australian Institution of Mining Engineers, Transactions of the, Vol. v., edited by A. S. Kenyon, 377
  • Autocar, On an, by Henry Sturmey, 89
  • Belgique, Annales des Travaux Publics de Cinquante-cinquihme Année, 159
  • Bicycles and Bicyclettes, Le Travail, Nouveau Traité des, par C. Boarlet, 63
  • Birmingham, Future Water Supply of, by Thos. Barjlay, 306
  • Boilers, Marine, their Construction and Work¬ing: Dealing more especially with Tubulous Boilers, by L. E. Bertin, 597
  • Bouches ii Feu, Déculassement des, par P. Lanrent, 257
  • Bouches a-Feu, Résistance des, par P. Paurent, 597
  • Bright, Sir Chas. Tilston, Life Story of, with which is incorporated the Story of the Atlantic Cable and the First Telegraph in India and the Colonies, by his brother, E. B. Bright, and his son C. Bright, 597
  • Bruges, Compagnie des Installations Maritimes de, The Outer Port, and the Inner Port of Bruges, 647
  • Caleb West, Master Diver, F. Hopkinson Smith, 159
  • Canada for 1897, Statistical Year-book of, 477
  • Cassier’s Magazine, July, 1898, 63
  • Charleroi Associations des Maitres de Forges de, Report Général sur la Situation de l’lndustrie Metallurgie en 1897, 477
  • Chemical Analysis, Qualitative and Quantita¬tive, Wm. Briggs, 89
  • China in Transformation, by A. R. Colquhoun, 89
  • Coal Mining in the Coal Trade, Annals of the Invention of the Steam Engine, and the Origin of the Railway, by Robt. L Galloway, 64/
  • Cofferdam Process for Piers: Practical Ex¬amples from Actual Works, Chas. Evan Fowler, 283
  • Colliery Managers’ Handbook, by Caleb Palmeley, with plans and diagrams, 89
  • Combnstion8 Spontanées Re Mies on Supposes, &o., par E. Tabaries de Grandvaignes, 15
  • Conduites d’Eau, Calcul des, by Georges Darifes, 159
  • Differential and Integral Calculus for Technical Sohoolg and Colleges, by P. A. Lambert, 477
  • Distribution de l’Energie par Courants Poly¬phases, par J. Rodet, 185
  • Doctrine of Energy: A Theory of Reality, by B. L. L., 63
  • Draw Spans, Designing of, in two parts: Part I., Plate Girder Draws; Part II., Riveted Truss and Pin-connected Long-span Draws, by Cbas. H. Wright, 647
  • Durham College of Science, Newcastle-upon- Tyne, Calendar, 257
  • Electrical Measurements, Lecture Notes on the Theory of, Wm. A. Anthony, 523
  • Electrical Testing for Telegraph Engineers, by J. Elton Young, 39
  • Electricity through Gases, Discharge of, J. J. Thomson, 329
  • Electricity in Town and Country Ilonses, by Percy E. Scrutton, 63
  • Encyclopédie Scienti6que des Aide-Memoire, Statique Grapbiquo des Systbmes Triangulés, par T. Segrig, 477
  • Engineering Laboratory Practice, Handbook of, by Richard Addison Smart, 523
  • Faraday, Michael, His Life and Work, by S. P. Thompson, 559
  • Financial Sketches, by Helóne Gingold and Dudley Hardy, 63
  • Fire-place Logarithmic and Trigonometric Tables, arranged by J. W. Nicholson, 113
  • Fonderie, L., par U. Le Verrier, 377
  • Geology, Applied, by J. V. Elsden, 185
  • Geometry of Position, Lectures on, by Theodore Reye, 39
  • Glasgow and West of Scot’and Technical College, Calendar for the Session 1898-99, 113
  • Goldfields of Australasia, by Karl Schmeisser, assisted by Dr. Karl Vogelssng, 597
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Excerpt Minutes of Proceedings of, Vols. cxxxi., cxxxii., 209
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Excerpt Minutes of Proceedings of, Vol. cxxxiii., 477
  • Institution of Civil Eogineers, Excerpt Minutes of Proceedings of the, Vol. cxxxiv., 623
  • Institution of Junior Eagineers, Record of Transactions, Vol. vii, 545
  • Institution of Mechanical Ecgineers, Proceed¬ings, 1897, 39
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Proceed¬ings, Nos. 1 and 2, February and April, 1898, 451
  • Iron and Steel Bridges and Viaducts, by Francis Campin, 63
  • Jane’s Naval War Game, Rules, Scoring Cards, Shooting Targets, &c., 501
  • Law of Negligence, The, by Thos. Wm. Saun¬ders, 477
  • Lean’s Royal Navy List, No. 84, October, 1898, 423
  • Liverpool Engineering Society, Transactions of the, Vol. xix., 329
  • London and North-Western Locomotives, Simple and Compound, Part V., S. Cotterell and G. H. Wilkinson, 283
  • London University Guide for the Year 1898-9, 559
  • Lyons, Life of Vice-Admiral Edmund Lord, by Capt. J. Eardley Wilmot, 523
  • Marine de Guerre, Etudes sur la, avec 6croquis et 3 cartes, 89
  • Materials and Workmanship employed in Con¬struction, Inspection of, A Reference Book, by Austin T. Byrne, 283
  • Mechanical Engineering, Text-book of, by Wilfrid J. Lineham, 353
  • Mechanical Engineers’ Handy Office Companion, Robert Edwards, 89
  • Metallic Carbides, Review and Bibliography of, by J. A. Matthews, 209
  • Metallurgical Engineering on the Rand, by John Yates, 39
  • Metrical Tables, by Sir Guilford L. Molesworlh, 501
  • Mines, Report of the Bureau of, Vol. vii., 89
  • Naval Architects, Transactions of the Inst, tf, Vol. xi., Ed. by Geo. Holmes, 233
  • Nickelatura, Argentatura, Dorabura, Rima- tura, Metallizzazioni, Dell. Ing. Gbersi, 545
  • Opera Houses and Theatres, Modern, by Edwin (). Sachs, 523
  • Patents, Designs, and Trado Marks Act», 1S83 to 1888, Law and Practice under, by William Norton Lawson, 545
  • Patent-office, Catalogue of the Library of the, 523
  • Photography Annual, El. Henry Sturmey, 159
  • Poles, The Secret of the, by Henry Campion, 257
  • Practical Engineer Pocket-book for 1899, 523
  • Prismoidal Formula? and Earthwork, Thomas U. Taylor, 113
  • Problems of Modern Industry, by Sidney and Beatrice Webb, 63
  • Pump (Centrifugal), Turbines and Water Meters: Including the Theory and Practice of Hydraulics, by Charles H. Innes, 623
  • Purification of Public Watsr Supplies, John W. Hill, 523
  • Railway Block Signalling, by Jas. Pigg, 477
  • Railways: A Fortnightly Journal devoted to
  • the Interests of Railways, Tramways, &o., in India, Vol. i., 597
  • Railway Management at Stations, E. B. Ivatts, 15
  • Railway Vehicles in Pasing through Curves, Behaviour of, from the German of Ober- maschinenmeister, 623
  • Régularisation du Mouvement dans les Machines, par L. Lecornu, 63
  • Roadmasters’ Assistant: The New Manual for those having to do with the Permanent Way of American Railways, by G. H. Paine, 39
  • Royal Agricultural Society of England, Journal of, Vol. ix., Part IL, III., 63, 377
  • Royal Navy List Diary and Naval Handbook for 1899,545
  • Royal Society of New South Wales for 1898, Journal and Proceedings of the, Vol. xxxi., 597
  • Royal United Service Institution, Journals of, 39, 113, 239, 647
  • Russia's Sea Power, Pa9t and Present, Col. Sir Geo. Sydenham Clarke, 159
  • Sanitary Engineering, Elements of, by Mans¬field Merriman, 647
  • Sanitary Engineering: Practical Treatise on the Collection, &c., of Sewage, Ac., by Col. E. C. S. Moore, 545
  • Scale Drawing Sheets, Arnold’s, prepared by Langman and Whillier, 257
  • Science and Art of the Committee of Council on Education, Forty-fifth Report of the Department of, 159
  • Seismology, by John Milne, 353
  • Sewerage, The Designing, Construction, and Maintenance of Sewerage Systems, by A. Prescott Folwell, 647
  • Sewage, Purification of, by Sidney Barwise, M.Ü., 597
  • Small Arms and Ammunition, Evolution of, by E. C. R. Marks, 329
  • Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge, 1126,
  • Hodgkin’s Fund : Determination of the Ratio of the Specific Heatsat Constant Pressure / and at Constant Volume for Air, Oxygen, Carbon Di-oxide, and Hydrogen, by 0. Lammer and E. Priegsheim, 283 ,
  • Smithsonian Institution, Publications of, 63
  • Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 1125, Hodgkins Fund: Investigation on the Influence upon Vital Resistance of Animals to the Micro-organisms of Disease brought about by Prolonged Sojourn in Impure Air, D H. Bergay, 283
  • Société des Ingénieurs Civilsde France, Compte s Rendue de Travaux de, 1818-98, 15
  • Technological Examinations, Programme of, inclading Regulations for the Registration and Inspection of Classes in Technology and Manual Training, 233
  • Technology Quarterly, June, 1893, 283
  • Temperature: Entropy or 8

    utb Africa, 70

  • Steel, for Algiers, New Orleans, Tenders
  • Invited for by the Navy Dept., U.S., 430
  • Sunderland, 216
  • Tyne, Scheme for a Large Graving, on the 304
  • Woolwich, Australia, 190

Dockyard Notes:

  • “Admiralty Mixture ” of Coal and the Pelorus and Arrogant, 639
  • Admiralties, As to the “Official Secrets” of the, 495
  • American Coast-defence Monitors, The New, Designs for, Cancelled. 471
  • American Gunnery and British, 369
  • American Naval Construction, American Views as to, 252
  • American New York, The Rig of the, in the Late War, 639
  • Amiral Baudin, The French Battleship, 29
  • Andromeda Due at Portsmouth, 252
  • Argentine Destroyer Santa F£, Too, 442
  • Artificial Fog for Purposes of Naval Warfare. 213, 226
  • Asama, Japanese Armoured Cruiser, 225, 400
  • Austrian Torpedo Bjats Boa and Cobra, 618
  • Automatic Sights Experimented with at Gibraltar, 495
  • Baiern, Reconstruction of the, 302
  • Barry Docks, New Works at, 536
  • Battleships of Novel Type, Italian, 108
  • Baudin and the Formidable, Reconstruction of the, 370
  • Belleville Boilers Adopted by the Italian Government, 345
  • Balts, Lt 1 acht on the Grave Defects of Incom¬plete, 525
  • Blake, The, to be put to Rights, 618
  • Boilers, Our Warships’, 618
  • Brazilian Catchers, Elswick Guns for, 302
  • Brest, Le 1 acht on Events at, during 31 Lock-roy’s Visit, 178
  • British Battleship, Le Yacht on the Evolution of the, 525
  • British Gunnery, The Naval and Military Record on, 278
  • British Navy, Four New Battleships for the, 426
  • Bulgarian Ironclad, A, 370, 400
  • Canopus, The, 369
  • Cambrian and Charybdis to Replace the Immortalité and Narcissus, 91
  • Channel Fleet on its Way to Arosa Bay, Gale Encountered by, 425
  • Channel Fleet and the War Scare», 471
  • Charlemagne, French Ironclad, 15
  • Chili and Argentina, Armoured Cruisers of, 345
  • Coal-eaters,” On the Subject of, 225
  • Coal Endurances, Le Yacht on, 592
  • Coaling of the Channel Fleet by Temperleys, 323
  • Coaling Trials of the Majestic, the Prince George, &c., 302
  • Colliers with Big Hatches, Advantages of, 302
  • Colour for Torpedo Craft, The Best, 91
  • Cruisers, Second-class, to replace Armoured, upon the China Station, 91
  • Danish Navy, The, 400
  • Destroyers, The Best Colour for, 91
  • Destroyers, Le Yacht on the Speeds of British, 178
  • Diadem has Earned her Laurels, The, 592
  • Diadem Preparing for New Trials, 210
  • Doors, Water-tight, Lord Charles Beresford on the Use of, 108
  • Dreadnought, Reconstruction of the, 178
  • Dutch Ironclad again Laid Down, The Usual, 525
  • Edinburgh, Second-class Battleship, 225
  • Electricity on Shipboard in the American Navy, The Use of, 568, 618
  • Elswick Guns for German-built Battleships, 302
  • Engineer Officers in the Engine-room, Need of Executive Rank to, 252
  • Engineer Officers, Should they Qualify for Torpedo Duties, 278
  • Fighting Tops, Disappearance of High, and List of Ships that have had theirs Lowered or Removed, 278
  • Fire in Portsmouth Dockyard—see Par., page 11
  • “ Foreigner’s ” Contention with regard to the Elswick-built Harald Haarfagre and the
  • Marechal Deodoro, 29
  • Formidable and the Canopus in the Dry Docks at Portsmouth, 592
  • Formidable, Preparations for the Launch, 210
  • French Arsenals, Activity in, 425
  • French Battleship of 14,500 tons, Projected,
  • French Coast-defence Battleship Jemappes,
  • Funnels of Heightened, 442
  • French Cruiser d’fintrecastaux, The New, Trial of, 525
  • French Cruiser Jeanne d’Arc, Machinery of the New, 323
  • French Cruisers Ls Hire and Dunois, 471
  • French Cruisers of the Montcalm Type to be Laid Down next Year, 494
  • French Cruisers, Reconstruction of, 108
  • French Ironclads, The Bouvet, Massena, Charles Martel, and Carnot, 323
  • French Navy, Items about the, 369
  • French Navy, What M. Lockroy has done for the, 639
  • French Northern Squadron, less Redoubtable than stated, 494
  • French Plan of Campaign in the Event of War, 425
  • French Programme of Construction Published by Le Yacht, 471
  • French Ships, The Speed Failing of, 29
  • French Submarine Torpedo Boat Gustave Lsde, 323
  • Fu Soo, Repair of the Japanese Ironclad, 252
  • Garibaldi Problem, Solution of the, 471
  • German Ironclads, Reconstruction of Old, 302
  • German Torpedo Cruisers Kornet and Meteor laid up, 210
  • Gromet Torpedo Nets and Gyrosoope-fitted
  • Torpedoes supplied to the Channel Fleet, The, 29
  • Gunnery, Admiral Harris on the Importance of Good, 568
  • Gunnery Practice, Automatic Steam Pumps to discharge Spray over the Gunners, 535
  • Gunnery Practice, Rolling Boats for, 535
  • Gunnery Returns from the Channel Fleet, 369
  • Guns, Big, The American View of, 323
  • Gun Muzzles, do Shells Bursting within Six or Seven Feet Destroy them, or do they not! 568
  • Guns, Quick-firers and Converted, Percentage of Hits, 278
  • Guos, Velocities of American, Hitherto and in the Future, 525
  • Gyroscope-fitted Torpedoes, 29
  • Gyroscope Torpedoes, Their Want of Success, 154
  • Harald Haarfagre and Marechal Deodoro, 29
  • Hecate, New Boilers of, 154
  • Hero, Quick-firers Substituted for the Old Breech-loaders, 252
  • Indomptable, Reconstruction of the, 370
  • Invincible, Change of Rig, 210
  • Iron Duke, Change of Rig, 210
  • Italian Ironclads of Novel Type, Three New, 108
  • Italian Warships, 471
  • Japanese Armoured Cruisers, Arrangements for the Supply of Ammunition on, 406
  • Japanese Cruiser Kasagi to be provided with Guns at Elswick, 525
  • Japanese Naval War Game between Ships of English and French Type, 442
  • Japan, Toe Old, a Fleet Collier, 370
  • Jemappes and the Valmy, M. Lockroy’d Order respecting, 400
  • König Wilhelm, Reconstruction of, 210
  • Krupp and Vickers Piates Equal, 345
  • London, The New Ironclad, 369, 525
  • London, The New Ironclad, to have the same sort of Stern as the Formidable, 568
  • London not yot Laid Down, The, 592
  • Le Yacht, Comparison between the Ramillies and Charles Martel, 91
  • Le Yacht on the Russian Navy, 210
  • Majestic and the Magnificent in the Co.liog Competition, 210,252
  • Majestic, Coaling Record again Broken by the, 302
  • Majestic and Indexible in the Dry Dxks at Portsmouth, 592
  • Mahan, Capt., his Opinion as to Largo Fighting Ships, 210
  • Mareshal Deodoro, The Brazilian Coast Defence Ironclad, 15, 29
  • Masts, Damage Done by Falling, 535
  • Measured-mile Trials, A Spot for, 178
  • Nadiejda, The Bulgarian Cruiser. 4C0
  • Naval Manoeuvres and the Coal Question, Our, 29
  • Naval Manoeuvres in France, 29
  • Naval Manoeuvres, Substitute for, 29
  • Naval War Game in the Torpedo School Ship VernoD, 278
  • Niclausse Boilers, Ships to be Re-boilered with, 178
  • Orlando, Refitting of, 278
  • Pedro d'Arragano, The, 370, 425, 471
  • Pelorus and Arrogant, The Real Reason of their having to be Towed Home, 631
  • Philomel, Trial of the Cruiser, 345
  • Portsmouth, Preparations against Possible Eventualities, 425, 442
  • Prize-firing Results of the Imperieuse, 592
  • Proserpine, The Nominal Natural – draught Speed of the, 592
  • Quick-firers in the Gladiator, 6in. to bo Substi¬tuted for the 4 7in., 639
  • Quick-firers, The Rate-of-fire Question and the
  • Difficulty of Control, 639
  • Quick-firing Guns at Brest, 178
  • Ramil ies and Charles Martel, Comparison between the, 91
  • Russian General Admiral Apraxine, Trial of, 525
  • Russian Navy, Le Yacht on, 210
  • Russian Petropaulowsk, Engined by Haw them Leslie, Trial of, 525
  • Russian Rostislav, Trial with Oil Fuel, 525
  • Russian Warships, Copies of the Sokol, 442
  • Sanspareil and the Thunderer ordered to Bristol, 225
  • Santiago, Le Yack', on the Battle of, 226
  • Sfax, French Cruiser, Reconstruction of, 108
  • Shells Bursting near Gun Muzzles Destroy them Do, 568, 592
  • Shikishima, The, 471
  • Skjiild, The Danish Battleship, 400
  • Soft Ends and Armoured Ends, 91, 369, 425
  • Sokol, Copy of the, Constructed at Abo by the Russians, 15
  • Southsea Common, Electric Light Station on, 535
  • Spanish Cruiser, 345
  • Spanish Ship3 Where does “ Projected ” end and Existence begin with regard to Certain, 426
  • Spanish Warships after Santiago. Photographs of, showing Damage done by Falling Masts, 535
  • Speeds of British Destroyers, Lt Yacht on, 178
  • Speed of Warships, French and English, Station-keeping, 178
  • Superb, The, at Wei-hai-Wei, 369
  • Swedish Navy, The, 345
  • Terrible, Trials of, and Reported Destination of, 154, 210, 252, 302, 345
  • Thrasher, The Destroyer, 29
  • Torpedo Beat Attack on Portsmouth Har¬bour, 592
  • Torpedo Craft, The Best Colour for, 91
  • Torpedo, The Japanese 24in., 29
  • Torpedo Tubes, The Condemned Above-water,
  • The Order to Replace them in French Cruisers, 494
  • Turkish Ironclads, Condition of, 618
  • United States Indiana, Alterations to, 471
  • Vareses, The Three, Italian Warships, 471
  • Vindictive Trials, The, 154
  • “War Scare” at Portsmouth Dockyard, according to a London Newspaper Corres¬pondent, 425
  • Water-tight Doors, Lord Charles Bsresford on the Use of, 108
  • Dodge, Prof. O. G., Tests to Determine Power
  • Needed to Drive Woodworking Machinery, 82a
  • Donkin, Mr. Bryan, On Standard Methods of Conducting and Reporting Steam Engine Tests, 92
  • Donkin, Mr. Bryan, His Summary of the Results of Tests made by Prof. Stodola on a Sulzer Triple Steam Pumping Engine, 10
  • Doors, Automatic Colliery Air, 534, 535
  • Doors, Safety, for Hoists and Lifts, Messrs. J. C. Etchells and Co., 483
  • Dorman, Leng, and Co., Limited, New Acquisi¬tions, 553
  • Douglas, Isle of Man, Drainage of, 447
  • Dover Collieries, Mr. N. R. Griffiths’ Report, 447
  • Dover Naval Harbour, The, 89
  • Dover National Harbour Works, Damage done by the Gale to, 643
  • Dover Pier Extension, 619
  • Drain Testing, Mr. Gilbert Thomson on, 565
  • Drainage, Combined, 153
  • Drainage Scheme, Cairo, 85
  • Drains, Velocity of Flow of House Soil, 177
  • Draught System, The Horsfall Induced (Illus¬trated), 40
  • Draughtsmen, Mechanical, Their Position, 256
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, 286, 309, 332, 333, 348, 380, 401, 428, 458, 469, 574
  • Draughtsmen, Property in Design and the Posi¬tion of, Mr. Geo. Russell on, 657
  • Drawbridge with Unequal Arms, Railway, 214
  • Drawbridges—see Bridges
  • Dredgers, Papers on, Read at the Navigation Con¬gress, Brussels, 101, 102
  • Dredging, Improvement of Tidal Channels by Pump, 551
  • Dresden, New Commercial and Winter Harbour at (see Civil Engineering Supplement, July 22nd, 1828)
  • Drilling Iron, Steel, , Mr. A. T. Murray’s New Machine for, 405
  • Drilling Machine, Messrs. Hompage, Jacques, and Pedersen, 648
  • Drilling Machine, New Sensitive, Messrs. J. Spencer and Co., 483
  • D.'i la, Avorage Work of Machine, 70
  • Drills in Stipes, Hand and Machine, Relative Merits of, ‘264
  • Driving Lathes for Electric Motors, Messrs. W. Muir and Co., 95
  • Driving Vehiclos, Power Required for, 303
  • Driving Woodworking Machinery at the Navy Yard, Washington, Tests to Determine Power Required, 325
  • Drummond, Mr. Dagald, His Express Locomo¬tives, 155
  • Drummond, Mr. D., Four-cylinder Locomotive Drummoad, Mr. D., Four-cylinder Express Loco¬motive, London and South-Western Railway (Supplement, Aujuet'26th, 1898) 211, 212
  • Drummond, Mr. P., His Express Engines, 155
  • Dubois, M., On the Electric Resistance of the Human Body, 35
  • Da Bousquet, M., Double-bogie Tender, Chemin de Fer du Nord, 367, 377
  • Dudley, Mr. P. H., Discussion on Rails, 42
  • Duffield Bank Model Railway, Visit to the, 125
  • Dundee's Boulton and Watt Beam Engine, 477
  • Dundonald, Lord, His Galloping Gun Carriage (Illustrated), 5
  • Dunkley, Mr. W. H., Coal-gas Driven Motor Car, 45
  • Dunlop, Mr. George Henry, Hydraulic Shield Tunnelling in Melbourne, 601
  • Durban, Harbour Works at, 190
  • Durham College of Science, The, 91
  • Dussaud, M., Experiments with the Microphone to Intensify the Sound, 643
  • Dust Cart, Designs for, invited by the London County Council, 619
  • Dost Destructor, The Shoreditch, 426
  • Dynamics, Theoretical, 19, 34, 67, 117
  • Dynamo Armatures, 484
  • Dynamo, Four-pole, 82
  • Dynamometer Car, 648
  • Dynamometer for Measurement of Wave Stroke, Sir W. H. Bailey cn, 166

E

  • EARTHENWARE, Manufacture of Hollow, 5
  • Earthquake proof Structures in Japan, Pagodes the only, 349
  • East London Water Supply, £62
  • Easton, Anderson, and Gooiden, Messrs., Hydraulic Pumping Engines, 399, 640, 641
  • Eccles, Electric Lighting at, 592
  • Economy of Heavy Goods Engines, 576
  • Edric Bayley Schools, The, 593
  • Education, Sir A. Geikie on. 375
  • Education of Engineers, SirW. H. White on, 421, 433
  • Education, Secondary, Sir N. Lockyer on, 419
  • Eggs, Cold Storage of, 593
  • Egypt, What British Rule has done for, 461
  • Egyptian Cotton Imported into the United States, Eight Hours Day, An, 281, 288
  • Elba, Mr. Vice-Consul Tonietti on the Mines in, 11

Electrical:

  • Appliances, Muir, Mossrs. Wm., and Co., 95
  • Appliances in the United States in 1888 and now, Capitalisation in, 253
  • Canal Haulage, Mr. A. H. Allen’s, 318
  • Conductivities of Metals at Different Tem¬peratures, Signor P. Stranes on the, 155
  • Conductors, Aluminium as a Rival of Copper and Brass for, 81
  • Cooking, Figures given by Mr. H. R. J. Burstall relative to the Cost of, 643
  • Cranes, Overhead, 589
  • Current, Charges for, by the Niagara Cataract Power Co., 20
  • Driving of Engineering Works, £90
  • Dumb Waiters (Electrical Engineering Supplement, November 2,"th, 18S8, xv.)
  • Energy, Highland Lochs and, 514
  • Engineers and the Coal Trade, 282
  • Engineers, R.E. (Volunteers), 32
  • Engineers’ Specifications, J. Alec. McLaren, 43, 69
  • Excavator at Work, Central London Railway 490
  • Horse-power for the Union Carbide Company, 619
  • Installation for Light and Power on the Mid¬land Railway, Air. W. G. Lingdon, 413
  • Instruments for Indicating and Recording Quantities, Mr. E. S. Shoults, 656
  • Launch for the Russian Government, 80
  • Lift Engines, 654
  • Light, Mr. Wm. H. Preece on, 493
  • Light Mast, Belfast Harbour, 259
  • Light on Steamers, Unwisdom of, 419, 422
  • Lighting, 562
  • Balmoral Castle, 47
  • Bermondsey, Refuse Destructors and, 43
  • Boston, 654
  • Chicago, 229
  • Detroit Municipal, 337
  • Eccles, 592
  • Grimsby, 205
  • Middlesbrough, 279
  • Storage Battery, Largest in the World for, 61
  • Plant for Small Installations, Messrs. Stanley Davis and Pollard, 335
  • London, Competition in, 38
  • Longton, Private Plant, 593
  • Machinery made at Pittsburgh for this Country. 619
  • Motors, 305
  • Applied to Small Industrial Purposes, Mr. A. H. Gibbings, 316
  • Driving Lathes for, Messrs. William Muir and Co., 95
  • Rotating at Different Speeds, Appa¬ratus to Show the Action of Two, 11
  • Patents, 82
  • Plant at the Bristol Carriage ard Wagon Com¬pany’s Works, 473
  • Plant at the Ferrouillat Pit, M. Kodde on the, 325
  • Plating, Hotel that does it’s own, 177
  • Power and its Application on the Three-phase System at the Bristol Wagon and Carriage Works, Mr. W. Geipel, 316
  • Power for Drawbridges, U.S., 265
  • Pamping, South Staffordshire" Mines Drainage, 299
  • for Scene-shifting at Drury-lane, 349
  • Transmission, 428 in Workshops. Mr. Siemens, 316
  • Railways—see Railways, Electric
  • Resistance at the Contact of Two Discs of the Same Metal, On the, 155
  • Resistance tf the Human Body, 35
  • Sydney, Service in, Motor Cars and Tramcars for, 593
  • Supply Corporation, The London, High-tension Trunk Mains, 531
  • Supply in Lancashire, 602
  • Traction, GHsgow and the Conduit System of, London Tramways, 619
  • South-East London, 423
  • West of London, 404
  • Tramcar, Double-deck, 41
  • Tramways, Brighton and Rottingdean, 58
  • Cork, 616
  • Distribution Networks, Calculation of, 93
  • French, Laid during the last Year, 406, 497
  • Leeds, 85
  • London United, 642
  • Los Angeles, 155
  • Middlesbrough, Thornaby, and Stockton, 71
  • Paris, 85 Rouen, 109
  • Transformers, Cooling Large, 214
  • Tubular Post in Budapest, 59
  • Electricity Supply in Italy, 14
  • to Large Districts, 251. 297, 339, 368
  • Measurement of, M. R. Blondlot cn the,11
  • for Power Transmission, Controversy od, On the Witwatersrand, 526
  • Madrid, 8, 9, 10 Thun, 177
  • Wakefield, 10

Electrical Engineering Supplement, November 25th, 1898:

  • Alternating Currents, General Distribution from Central Stations by (Illustrated), xv.
  • Ampère Balance, An, by Prof. W. E. Ayrton and Prof. J. Viriamu Jones, xv.
  • Blackburn Electric Tramways, vii.
  • Electric Dumb Waiters, Chicago Public Library,
  • Electrical Machinery in Prussia in 1898, xv. Electric Power by Water Power from the
  • Lachine Rapids, Canada, Cost of, xiv.
  • E'ectric Railways, Isle of Man, vii.
  • Electric Railway, A Long, xiv.
  • Electrical Railway in South America, xiv.
  • Electrical Survey in the Borough of Manhattan,
  • New York, Mr. A. A. Knudson, xiv.
  • Electric Tramways, Blackburn, vii.
  • Electric Transmission at the Linotype Com¬pany’s Works, Broadheath (Illustrated), vii.—xiv.
  • Electricity in Engineering Works, The Use of, vii.
  • Etheric Telegraphy, i.
  • Isle of Man Electric Railways, vii.
  • Linotype Company’s Works, Broadheath,
  • Electric Transmission at the (Illustrated), vii.—xiv.
  • Motherwell Bridge Bail ding Company, The Works of the, xv.
  • New York Electric Society, xvi.
  • New Zealand Electric Installation, A, xvi. Niagara Falls, xiv.
  • Paris Central Electric Stations, Quai Jemappes, Paris (Illustrated), v. Telegraphy, Etheric,
  • Transformers in Practice (Illustrated), ii.
  • Tunnel Ventilation, The Hoosac, vii.
  • Wagnsr, Mr. H. A., General Distribution from
  • Central Stations by Alternating Currents (Illustrated), xv.
  • Electrolytic Treatment of Argentiferous Zinc at Friedrichsbütte, 97
  • Elevator, Grain, Manchester Ship Canal, 45, 215, 354, 355
  • Ellin, Mr. Tho’. R , “Footprint” Tools, 617
  • Eliott, Mr. G. W., 70
  • Elswick Works, Strike of Blast Furnacemen at the, 22
  • Emery Wheels, Safety Mountings for, 423,550, 574
  • Emigration, 47
  • Employers’ Parliamentary Council, The, 643
  • “ Eacyolopmdia Britannica,” The Times and the. 76 ’

Engineering:

  • at Cambridge University, 398
  • Civil (see Civil Engineering Supplement, July 22nd, 1898)
  • Combination, A Textile, 257
  • Contract Question, 450
  • Dispute, Interesting, 132
  • Dispute in New Zealand, 349
  • Gas, Progress in, 89
  • Industry, Improvement in, and Increase of Wages, 21, 71
  • News, American—see Letters from Our Own Correspondents
  • Notes from South Africa—te: Letters from Our
  • Own Correspondents Strike, Mr. Barnes on the Cost of, 191
  • Tools for Belgium, Opening for English, 155
  • Trades and Petroleum, 597
  • Trade in Sheffield, The Dispute in, 459
  • Trade Unions’ Monthly Returns, The, 279
  • Works, Electrically-driven, 590

Engineers:

  • Education of, 421, 433, 463 in Japan, Training of, 189 in the Navy, 476
  • Specifications of, 348, 381
  • Stationary, A Poet amongst, 205
  • Trained, Success in South Africa, 5C0

Engines:

  • Actuated by Carbon Dioxide, 279
  • American, for the Dublin Electric Tramways, 310
  • American, Electricity Supply, 310
  • Balancing of, 18, 34, 66, 117, 132
  • B$am, American Paddle-wheel Steamers, with, 295, 3C6, 341, 344, 409, 435
  • Belfast Ironwork Company’s New, 356, 358
  • Blowing, by Jas. Proctor, 138
  • Compound Ventilating, Garswood Hall Collieries, 60, 64
  • The Compression of Steam in, Is it Economical'! 511
  • Corliss Gear Hauling, 598
  • Ciépelle and Gorand’s, 550-Horse Power, 381
  • Dundee’s Boulton and Watt Beam, 477
  • Electric Lift, American Sprague Electric Co., 654
  • Electric Lighting, 549
  • Fire, The “Greenwich Gem,” 399
  • Gas, On the Commercial, 128
  • Gas, A Large Contract, 80
  • Gas, Maximum Efficiency attained by, 301
  • Gas, Acetylene, 587
  • Gas and Petroleum, A Be’gian Decree as to the Starting of, 253
  • Governor for Large, 603
  • High-speed Compound Vertica1, Messrs. W. H. Allen, Son. and Co., 494, 495, 518, 525
  • High-speed Steam, Messrs. Coulthard and Co , 227, 228
  • Locomotive—see Locomotives Marine, H.M.S. Amphitrite, 152
  • H.M.S. Constance, 1880, Messrs. John Penn and Co., 271
  • H.M S. Lord Warden, 56
  • H.M S. Sphinx, 1882, 318, 320
  • H.M.S. Triton, 1882, Messrs. Maudslay, Sons, and Field, 272
  • H.M.S. Wsrspite, 1888, 317, 321
  • Central Marine Engineering Co., 629
  • High-pressure, 134
  • Iris and Mercury, 1876, 150
  • Lake Steamers, America, 506
  • S.S. Lady Derby, 55
  • Steam Yacht Joyeuse, 127, 128
  • Torpedo Boats for the United States Navy, 321, 563
  • Triple-expansion, 5
  • Metropolitan Fire Brigade Station, Southwaik, Combined, with Dynamo, 444
  • Oil, Capitaine v. Diesel, 26
  • Oil, The Diesel, 435, 573
  • Oil, for Electric Lighting, 135
  • Old Newcomen, Mr. W, H. Pearson on, 318
  • Old Steam, A Pair of, 1777, 1803, 57, 65
  • Practice, Some Points in Modern Steam, 456
  • Pumping, Contract for, 136
  • Pumping, Glasgow New Graving Docks, 28, 29, 32, 52, 53, 78, 79, 86
  • Pumping, Hydraulic, Messrs. Easton, Ander¬son, and Gooiden, 640, 641
  • Pumping, Ipswich Waterworks, 65
  • Pumping, Sulzer Triple Steam, 10
  • Pumping, for Tasmania, 399 and Pumps, Stockport Main Sewerage Works,
  • 93
  • Steam, at Tipton, in 1725, 468
  • Stop and Speed Limit, Automatic, 506
  • Tests of Steam, Extension of the Standard
  • Uniform Methods of Conducting and Re¬porting, 92
  • Thermal Efficiency of, 236, 262
  • Traction, American, 12,16, 17, 18
  • English Capitalists and Russia, 213
  • in China, School for Teaching, 163
  • Industries, American Progress in, 171, 380
  • Machine Tools in Belgium, Opening for, 155
  • Machinery at the Witwatersrand Gold- fields, 214
  • Essen and Solingen, 430
  • Eston Jetty, Enlargement of the, 167
  • Etchells and Co., Messrs. J. C., Safety Doors for Hoists and Lifts, 483
  • Etheric Telegraphy, Mr. W. H. Preece on (see Electrical Engineering Supplement, November 25th, 1898)
  • Etheridge, Mr., On the Keat Coalfield, 300
  • Ethiopia, Mines of, 93
  • Evans and Co., Messrs. Jas., Pattern and Core¬box Machine, 405
  • Ewing, Mr. Wm., On Systems of Retort Settings, 108, 128

Exhibitions:

  • Acetylene Gas, at the Imperial Institute, 67
  • Australian, Western, Mining and Industrial, 94
  • Brewers’, 451
  • Coolgardie, 1899, 348
  • Como, Electric Appliances, 1899, 155, 177
  • Cycle Shows, The Stanley and the National,
  • English and American Machine Tools at the, 614, 543, 548
  • Grahamstown, South Africa, 35
  • Lima, Peru, 22
  • Lithographic, 287 , 473
  • Paris, 1900, 3, 137, 177, 495
  • Siberian Products, Projected Exhibition of, 229
  • Turin, 318
  • Exley’s Acetylene Gas Generator, 547
  • Explosions—see Boiler Explosions
  • of Caps and Detonators, 398 at Earl’s Court, Tho, 232
  • Gas, Greas borough Pit, 253
  • Grain Dust, 373 in Sewers, 545
  • Explosives Act, The, 72
  • Explosives, On the Action of, on the Tubes of Steel Guns, Prof. Roberts-Austen, 249

F

  • FAIRFIELD Shipbuilding and Engineering Com¬pany, Engines and Boilers of H.M.S. Diadem (Supplement, November llfA, 1898), 478
  • Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, H.M.S. Diadem, 415, 416, 417, 420
  • Feed-water Heaters, Mr. George Halliday on, 572
  • Feed-water Heaters, Live Steam, 521, 574, 615
  • Feiten and Guilleaume, Messrs., Armoured Pipes, 617
  • Fernow, Prof. B. E., On the Physics of Timber, 11
  • Ferry for Finneston, Glasgow Harbour, A New Steam, 279
  • Ferry, The First Steam, 205
  • File Cutting, The Dangers of, 349
  • Files, None but Russian-made, to be Used in Russia, 229
  • Filters, On Feed-water, Mr. A. E. Shute, 565
  • Filtration by Centrifugal Action, 373
  • Fire Alarms, False, 253
  • Alarms, Massachusetts, 241
  • Brigade Committee of the London County Council, Report of, 253
  • in a Cask of Minium or Red Lead, 85
  • Engines—see Engines, Fire
  • Extinguished in Boston, U.S.A., by Chemi¬cal Engines, 229
  • Extinguishers, Chemical, 600
  • Extinguishing by Aqua Ammonia, 229
  • Extinguishing by Steam Jets, 447 in Portsmouth Dookyard, 11
  • Royal Arsenal at Ferrol, 565
  • Fire-prevention Committe?, Testing Station of the British, 345
  • Fire Protection in American Cities, Auxiliary Water Supply for, 533
  • Fireproof Curtain for the Paris Opera House, 325
  • Fireproof Wood for Warships, 626
  • Fire Tables for 1898, U.S., 205
  • Fishery Industry, German Sea, 419
  • Flash Point of Petroleum, The, 13, 84, 109, 111,
  • 132, 189, 237, 308, 460, 469
  • Flash Point, Recommendation to Raise the, If 9
  • Flash Point Test for Lubricating Oils, The, 460
  • Flax Production in Ireland During 1897, 541
  • Fletcher, Mr. Lavington E., Mr. C. E. Stromeyer on, 81
  • Floryanaviez, M., A New Abradiüg Material In¬vented by, 497
  • Flour, &c., Export from Russia, 85
  • Flying Machine of the Future, Mr. G. L. O. Davidson, 11
  • Fly-wheels, Bursting of, 233, 619, 645
  • Fly-wheels, Bursting of Small Cast Iron, Mr. C. H. Benjamin on, 619
  • Fog Signalling Apparatus, Mr. Herbert’s, 177
  • Footprint Tools, New, 617
  • Foreign Capital and Japanese Investment', 123
  • Foreign Population of Germany, France, Swiizerland, and Vienna, 447
  • Forestry, United States, On tho Physics of Tim¬ber, 11
  • Formosa, Russian Oil Shipped to, and Stored by a British Company, 59
  • Foistor, Mr. Robert, His Retirement and Suc¬re isor, 191
  • Forts of the Isle of Wight and Hurst Castle, Adequacy of, Tested, 325
  • Foster, Mr. C. le Neve, On the Underground Fire in the Snaefell L;ad Mine, 11
  • Foundations of Compressed and Rammed Soil [see Civil Engineering Supplement, July 22nd, 1898)
  • Fowler Sir John (with Portrait), 513
  • Fowler Messrs. J. and Co., Compound Engines, Madrid Electricity Works, 8, 9
  • Fownes and Co., G. E., 238
  • Fownes Forge and Engineering Company, 168,
  • Fox, Mr. Francis, Ventilation of Tunnels and Buildings, 601
  • Foxlee, Mr. W. T., Goods Station, Great Northern Railway, Manchester, 223, 224, 230
  • Frankfort-on-the-Main, Trade and Commerce of, 35
  • Freights and American Iron, 275
  • French Agricultural Machinery, 34
  • Coaling Stations, 61 Colonies, Trade in the, 512
  • Locomotives, 649
  • Naval Defence, 147
  • Naval Estimates, 545
  • Navy, The, 512
  • Railways and their Work, No. 1, Le Chemiu de Fer du Nord, Mr. Charles Rous-Marten, 76, 100, 276, 284, 285
  • Superior Council of the Navy, Reconstitu¬tion of, 619
  • Friedrichsbütte, Electrolytic Treatment of Argentiferous Zinc at, 97
  • Fry, Sir Edward, and Compulsory Arbitration,
  • Fuel, Liquid, Arrangements at the Admiralty for its Development, 565
  • Furnaces, Blast, on the Adriatic, Messrs. Vogel and Noot, 229
  • Blast, in America, 140
  • Blast, New Lucy, No. 2, Carnegie Steel Company, 229
  • Blown in and out and in Operation for the Quarter ending June 30tb, 1898, 71
  • “ Cupola ” Rivet, 287
  • Marine Boiler, 84
  • New Rivet, 258
  • Open-hearth Steel, Contract for, 373

G

  • GALVANIC Action, Damage to Italian Shipping by, 152
  • Galvanised Sheet Iron Import into Japan, 349
  • Garawood Hall Collieries, Ventilating Engines, 60,

Gas:

  • Burners, Anti-vibrators for Incandescent, 335
  • Burners, Mr. W. R. Clay’s Anti-vibrator for Incandescent, 605
  • Coal and Water, Chemioal Composition of the Same, 349
  • Cost of Lighting Villages by Electricity or, 4
  • Engine, On the Commercial, 128
  • Engineering, Progress in, 89
  • Explosion at Rotherham, 253
  • Furnace Top, from the, 396
  • Engines, Cheap, American, 653
  • Industry, Mr. Jas. Stelfox’s Presidential Address on,
  • Lighting, Incandescent, 642
  • Manufacture of, Mr. Hy. Green on, 4
  • Manufacture, Mr. S. Y. Shoubridge cn, 4
  • Meters and Cookers, Automatic, 615
  • Meter Unions for Adoption as Standards, On the Most Suitable Sizes of, 4
  • Oil Gas Mixed with Acetylene Gas, 59
  • Piping, Rule for the Size of, 447
  • Pressure, On the Cowan System of Regulatirg, 129
  • Price of, in South London, 630
  • Retort Settings, Mr. W. Ewing on Systems of, 108, 128
  • Sewage Sludge, Illuminating, from, 117, 132
  • Water Gas, Combustible Constituents of, 301
  • Water Gas, its Dangers, 59
  • Water Gas, The London County Council on the Dangers of, 80
  • Gasoline Hoisting Plants, America, 140
  • Gasoline Power Plant, Chicago and North-Western Railway, 552
  • Gatling's Cast Steel Cannon, Successful Trials with, 643
  • Gauge, New Boiler, 81
  • Gauges, Micrometer, 467
  • Gauge, Power, for Steam Engines, 552
  • Gauge, Reflex Water, 30
  • Geikie, Sir Archibald, On Science in Education, 375
  • Geipel, Mr. W. P., On the Electric Plant at the Bristol Carriage and Wagon Co.’s Works, 316, 473
  • Gelignite, Rhenish, 651
  • Gellivara, “ Iron Mountains” of, 220
  • Generating Plant at Madrid, 8, 9
  • Genoa and Vonice, Maritime Activity in, 349
  • German Arms and Ammunition Factory, Contract with the Turkish Government, 292 Bicycles, 484
  • Bicycle Manufacturers, Large Profits made by, 35
  • Blast Furnaces, Total Product for Fivo Months, 137
  • Coal Exports in the First Six Months of 1898, 279
  • Compstiton, American View of, 499
  • Export Trade to South America, 109
  • Industries, Statistics of Horse-power used by, 565
  • Iron for the German Iron Industry, 155
  • Pig Iron Production for 1898, 229
  • Possessions in Africa, 279
  • Protectorate in Africa, 83
  • Railways, Oil Gas Burned on the, Mixed with Acetylene Gas, 59
  • Sea Fishery Industry, Development of the, 419
  • Shipbuilding Trade, Activity in the, 216
  • Steamers, Suicides on, 216
  • Trade since 1873, Cause of its Great Success, 473
  • Trade Statistics, 447
  • Gibbings, Mr. A. H., Electric Motor, 316
  • Gibraltar, Defensive Works at, 537
  • Gibson, Mr. T. W., On the Water Power available in Ontario, 473
  • Girders, Cast Iron, 287
  • Gjers, Mr. John, 398
  • Glasgow Buildings Regulation Committee, 519
  • Glasgow and the Clyde Valley, Handbooks Re¬lating to, 11
  • Glasgow and the Conduit System of Electric Traction, 586
  • Glasgow Corporation invites Tenders for Cast Iron Pipes, 109, 460
  • Glasgow Electric Tramway, The, 593
  • Glasgow, New Gasworks for, 450
  • Glasgow, New Sewage Works for, 325
  • Glasgow’s Proposed New Dock, 495
  • Glasgow Waterworks, Cast Iron Pipes for the, from a Philadelphian Firm, 192
  • Glass in Belgium, The Standard Mixture for White, 419
  • Glass, Limestone Applicable to the Manufacture of, 413
  • Glass-making at Teheran, 136
  • Glass, Proportion in which Light is diminished by the Interception of, 205
  • Gledhill, Mr. M., 279
  • Glehn, M. Alfred G. de, Four-cylinder Compound Express Engines, Chemin de Fer du Nord, 76, 100, 276, 284, 285, 649
  • Globe for Incandescent Electric Lamps, New Form of, 447
  • Glover, Mr. G. T., Testing Material for Rolling Stock (Illustrated), 1, 75, 130, 145, 200, 219, 296, 364, 411
  • Glover and Co., Messrs. W. T., New Works near the Manchester Ship Canal, 141
  • Goddin’s Lock Nut, 235, 261, 287
  • Gold in British Columbia, 299, 396
  • Exports of Australasia Last Year, 628
  • Extraction, Dr. Loevy on the Cyanide Pro¬cess of, 309
  • Mining in California, 349
  • Mining on the Witwatersrand, Deep-level, 44, 70
  • Nugget, Big, Found in Spasso-Preobashon- sky Mines, 304
  • Output in Australia—tee Letters from our own Correspondents
  • Standard adopted by Japan, 373
  • Transvaal, 264, 381
  • Goldschmidt, Herr Hans, Metallic Oxides Reduced by Aluminium and Great Heat Obtained, 325
  • Goss, Prof. W. F. M., On Atmospheric Resistance to the Motion of Railway Trains, 164, 180
  • Governor for Largo Engines, A Special, 603
  • Grain Dust Explosion, United States, 373
  • Grain Elevator on the Manchester Ship Canal, American, 215, 354, 355, 377
  • Graphic Interpolation in Machine Design, The Application of, 412
  • Gray, Sir William, 278
  • Green, Mr. Henry, On the Manufacture of Gas, 4
  • Greenland Closed to Trade with Foreign Nations, 137
  • Grenier, M., On the Works for Protecting the Banks of the Terneuzen Ship Canal, 125
  • Grimsby, Electric Lighting of, 205
  • Guard, Rack Saw, Messrs. J. and F. Howard, 302
  • Guards, Steel Wire, General Introduction of, 141
  • Guest, Mr. A., 96
  • Guns, Action of Explosives on the Tubes of Steel, 249
  • Automatic Machine, Colt's Fire-arms Com¬pany, 10
  • Breech, Mechanism of the Service, Impor¬tant Change in the, 109
  • Carriage Machine, Lord Dundonald’s (Il¬lustrated), 5
  • Rapid and Accurate Gun-fire, Naval Battles of the Future will be Decided by, 121
  • Gatling’s Cast Steel, 643
  • Life of Steel, 205
  • Mountings for the Admiralty, Contractors’, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth, i nd Co., 95
  • Guns, Mounted at the Entrance to New York Harbour, 4
  • New Field, 279
  • Quick-fire, for Artillery in the Field, 82
  • Quick-fire Field, Messrs. Vickers’, 103
  • Quick-fire, Our New, 570
  • Quick-firing, French, The Pister Lloyd on the, 642
  • Ships’, Importance of the Firing Discipline, 137
  • Trade and the Persian Gulf Seizure, 58
  • United States, England, Italy, Germany, France Compared, The Big, 4
  • Gunboats Wanted for the Nile, 373
  • Gunnery, American, 158
  • Gunnery and Torpedo Manuals Issued by the Admiralty, 373
  • Gutta-percha, Exhaustion of, 646

H

  • HALIFAX Waterworks Company, Mseting Rela¬tive to the, 325
  • Hall, Messrs. J. and E , Refrigerating Machines, 90
  • Hall, Messrs. J. P. and Co., Four-pole Dynamo, 82
  • Halliday, Mr. Geo., on Feed-water Heaters, 521, 572
  • Halliday, Mr. Geo., on Heat Transmission through Metal Plates, 6
  • Hallsworth and Co., Messrs. J., Screwing Machine, 405
  • Hamburg Export Trade to South America, 109
  • Hangiiudd, Raising the Russian Ironclad, 155

Harbours and Waterways

  • Aberdeen Graving Dock, 203
  • Billp, Harbour and Dock, 634
  • Blytb, New Deck, 378
  • Boulogne Harbour (see Civil Engineering Supplement, July 22nd, 1898)
  • Bristol Harbour and Docks, 41
  • Calais Harbour (see Civil Engineering Supple¬ment, July22ad, 1898)
  • Caledonian Canal, 203
  • Cardiff Harbour and Docks, 41, 172
  • Clyde, New Decks on, 172.
  • Cork Harbour, 378
  • Danube, The, 42
  • Dover, Naval Harbour, 80
  • Dresden Harbour (see Civil Engineericg Supple¬ment, July 22nd, 1898)
  • Grand Junction Canal, 378
  • Grangemouth, New Dock, 378
  • Gulf if Finland, New Harbour cd, 85
  • Hamburg, New Harbour at, 473
  • Hastings Harbour, 172
  • Heysham Harbour (see Civil Engineering
  • Supplement, July 22od, 1898), 450
  • Leeds and Liverpool Canal, 378
  • Lancashire Coast, New Harbour on the (see Civil Engineering Supplement, July 22nd, 1898)
  • Manchester Ship Canal, 378
  • North Sea and Baltic Canal, 42
  • Seabam Harbour, 172
  • Suez Canal, 42
  • Sunderland Harbour and Docks, 41, 378
  • Workington Docks, 203
  • Harkess and Sons, Messrs. Wm., Vessel for tbo Russian Navy, 46
  • Harrison, Ainstio, and Co., The New Firm of, 119
  • Hartley and Co., Steam Valve, 335
  • Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co., Order for Steamers Booked by, 95
  • Haythorn Boilers on the Meg Merrilees, 601
  • Head and Sons, Messrs. Jeremiah, Mill for Rolling Steel Plates for the Spanish War De¬partment, 655
  • Head, WrightsoD, and Co., Bridgework for Khar¬toum, 655
  • Heat in Boilers, Transmission of, 549
  • Heat in Cooled Bars, Transference cf, 476, £49, 647
  • Heat, Transmission of, from Hot Gases to Water, 34
  • Heat Transmission through Metal Plates, Mr. G. Halliday on, 6
  • Heaters, Feed-water, Mr. Geo. Halliday on, 572
  • Heaters, Feed-water Live Steam, 574
  • Heating Air, 356
  • Hedley and Leek, Messrs., Timbering in the Cumberland and Furness Iron Ore Mines, 299
  • Height of Buildings in Washington City, Bill on the Subject, 613
  • Hemet Dam, The (sre Civil Engineering Supple¬ment, July 22nd, 1898)
  • Hemp Production in Italy, 304
  • Heppell, Mr. Thos., 460
  • Hepworth, Mr. J., On the Cowan System of Regulating Gas Pressure, 129
  • Herbert, L'mited, Messrs. Alf., Hexagonal Turret Lathe, 379
  • Herbert, Mr. E. G., Centering Tool, 93
  • Herberts, Mr., Fog Signalling Instrument, 177
  • Hertfordshire Water Supply and the London Water Companies, 423
  • Herz, Dr. Cornelius, 40
  • HetheringtoD, Mr. Fred., A Portable Asphalt Plant, 599
  • Hexamcr, Mr. C. A., Chemical Fire Extinguishers, 600
  • Heywood and Bridge's Friction Clutch, 405
  • Highland Lochs and Electrical Energy, 614
  • High-speed Air Pumps, 568, 615
  • Hodgson, Mr. Henry, Some Points in Moderr Steim Engine Practice, 466
  • Hofors Ironworks, Sweden, 365, 374
  • Holden Apparatus, Locomotives fitted with the, 91
  • Holden, Mr. Jas., Bogie Single-wheel Liquid Fuel- burning Express Engines, 2C4
  • Holden, Mr. Jas., Oil-burning Express Locomo¬tive, Great Eastern Railway, 413
  • Holmes, Mr. Matthew, His New Express Engines at Work, 155
  • Home-tflice and the Bessemer Process, The, 357
  • Hopkinson, Dr. John, 234, 251, 334, 398, 506,603
  • Hopkinson, Dr., In Memory of, 398
  • HopkinsoD, Mrs. John, and Cambridge Univer¬sity, 603
  • Horsfall Furnace Syndicate, Refuse Destructor, 200, 201, 202, 203
  • Horsfall Induced - draught System, The (Illus¬trated), 40
  • Horsepower used io Germ in Industries, Statistics 1 of, 565
  • Horwioh Workshops, Visit to the, IPO
  • Hosack's Road Ro’ler and Scarifier, S02
  • House Cisterns, 237, 261,287, 333, 318, 380, 401, 457, 515
  • Howard, Messrs. J. and F., Rick Saw Guard, 302
  • Howden and Co.’s New Works, 396
  • Hudson Bay, Rise of the land about, 349
  • Hughes, Mr. A. J., Reconstruction of Plague-Stricken Cities in India, 463
  • Hughes, Mr. John, Air Lock, Valparaiso Harbour, 247, 249
  • Hulse and Co., Mossrs., formed into a Private Limited Company, 21
  • llumpage, Jacques, and Pedersen’s Drilling Ma¬chine, 648
  • Humphrys, Tennant, and Co., The Miyabara Water-tube Boiler, 173
  • Hunt, Mr. A. E.,on Aluminium for Electric Con¬ductors, 81
  • Hunt, Mr. Chas., Roller Chain, 45
  • Hint, Sir F. Seager, His Resignation, 109
  • Hunter, Mr., On the Works for the Protection of the Banks of the Manchester Ship Canal. 125 Hydrants, Experiments with Double Fire, 522
  • Hydrometer, Improved Form of, 373
  • Hyslop, Mr. P. S., Process for the Treatment of Sewage, 85

I

  • ILLINOIS Steel Company, United States, Works of the, 609, 620, 633
  • Import Returns, Bare Official, Often Misleading, 167
  • Incandesceut Limp, People’s Combination, 519
  • India, Agricultural Statistics of British, 279
  • India, Coal Output in, 35
  • India, The Government of India Encourages Private Enterprise in, 59
  • India, Reconstruction of Plague-stricken Cities in, 463
  • India-rubber, Artificial, 85
  • India-rubber, First Record of, 177
  • India-rubber Imports into this Country, Growth | of, 177
  • India-rubber Manufacturers, Association of British, 593
  • Indicator Diagrams, Caledonian Engine, 624, 625, 626
  • Inertia of Moving Machinery, Indicator for Measuring, 59
  • Intlaence Machine, Mr. W. R. Pidgeon. 447
  • Ingots, Method for Case-hardening, 177
  • Ingram, Mr. M., On the Manchester Sewage Pro¬gramme, 507
  • Innes, Mr., 519
  • Institute of Electric Engineers, American:
  • (See Electrical Engineering Supplement, November 25th, 1898, xiv.)
  • Institute, Incorporated Gas:
  • Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. Jamss Stel fox, 4
  • Gas Analysis, Mr. J. T. Sheard on, 4
  • Gas or Electricity, Comparative Cost of, for Lighting Villages, Mr. R. G. Shadbolt, 4
  • Gas Manufacture, Construction and Mode of Working Purifiers, Mr. Henry Green, 4
  • Gas Manufacture, Inclined Retorts at Salford, Mr. S. Y. Shoubridge, 4
  • Gasworks, Valuation of, for Assessment, Mr. W. Newbigging, 4
  • Meter Unions for Adoption as Standards, Mr. R. S. Carlow on the most Suitable Sizes of, 4
  • Visits to Rostrevor, &c., 4
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1897, Mr. C. S. Ellery on, 4

Institute. Iron and Steel:

  • Bergsbo Mines, 313
  • Bofors Iran and Steel Works, Visit to the, 566
  • Brittleness Produced in Soft Steel by Anneal¬ing, Mr. Stead’s Paper on, Discussed, 248
  • Caspersson’s Converter Ladle, 366
  • Dannemora Iron Mines, 387
  • Excursions arranged for Group B. 489
  • Explosives, Action of, on the Tubes of Steel Guns, Prof. Roberts-Austen, 249
  • Forsbiicka Works, 365, 374
  • Gellivara Iron Mountains, 220
  • General Meeting of, 150
  • Grangesberg Mines, 316
  • Hofors Works, 365, 374
  • Kirunavaara and LuossovaaraTron OreDoposits,
  • Ljungberg Continuous Kiln, The, 340 Mr. H. G. Turner’s Voyage to, 249
  • Metalluids on Cast Iron, On the Action of, Mr. Guy R. Johnson, 249
  • Micro-Chemistry of Cementation, Prof. J. O. Arnold on the, 248
  • Programme of Autumn Meeting at Stockholm, Papers Promised for Reading, 44
  • Reception of Members by H.M. King Oscar, 249
  • Sandvik Works, 365, 374
  • Steel Rails, Mr. C. F. Sandberg on the Danger of Using too Hard, 221
  • Stora Kopparberg Company, 340, 387
  • Swedish Iron Industry, Mr. Akerman on the Development of, 221
  • Swedish Iron Ore Mining, Prof. G. Nordstrom on, 221
  • Visit to the Bergsbo and Grangesberg Mines, 313, 316
  • Visit to the Dannemora Iron Mines, 387
  • Visits to the Hofors, Sandvik, and Forsbiuka Ironworks, 365, 374
  • Visit to the Iron Mountains of Gellivara, 220
  • Visit to the Stora Knpparberg Company’s Skutsar Saw and Wood-pulp Mills, 340, 387

Institute of Marine Engineers:

  • Annual Dinner, 349
  • Feed-water Heaters, Mr. Goo. Halliday on, 572

Institute, The Sanitary :

  • Preliminary Programme of Sixteenth Congress, Institute, West of Scotland Iron and Steel:
  • Address of the President, Mr. F. W. Paul, 433
  • Iron Crystalline Structure of, Mr. J. E. S:ead, 433

Institution of Civil Engineers:

  • Entrance Examination, The, 457, 469, 548, 549, 574, 588, 589, 595, 615
  • Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. Wm. H. Preece, 446, 472, 493
  • Priz9 List for 1897-98, 392
  • Special Classes for the Examination of, 304
  • Thermal Efficiency of Steam Engines, Report of the Committee, 236
  • Nickel from its Ores by the Mond Process, Extraction of, Prof. Roberts-Aus:en, 472
  • October Examination, List of the Successful Passes, 514
  • Subsidence due to Coal Workings on Bridges end other Structures, Effect of, Mr. S. R. Kay, 576
  • Ventilation of Tunnels and Buildings, Mr. Francis Fox, 601

Institution of Electrical Engineers :

  • Annual Dinner of, 574

Institution of Electrical Engineers, The American :

  • Aluminium as a Rival of Copper and Brpss for Electrical Conductors, by Alf. E. Hunt, 81
  • Institution of Engineers, The Cleve¬land:
  • Boilers, Water-tube, their Value for the Utili¬sation of Blast Furnace Gas and Waste Heat Generally, 356

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders of Scotland :

  • Clyde Steel Works of Messrs. Sam. Osborn and 1 Co., 6
  • Cutlery Works of Messrs. Joseph Rodgers and Sons, Limited, Visit to, 6
  • Dannemora Steel Works of Messrs. Saebohm and eckstahl, Visit to, 6
  • Electro-plating Works of Messrs. Mappin and Webb, Visit to. 6
  • Electro-plating Works of Messrs. Walker and Hall, Visit to the, 6
  • Faed-water Filters, Mr. A. E Shute. 565
  • Metals, Internal Architecture of Metals, Prof. Arnold. 6
  • Norfolk Works of Messrs. Taos. Firth and Sons, Limited, Visit to, 6
  • Property in Design and the Position of Draughtsmen, Mr. Geo. Russel', 657
  • River Don Works of Messrs. Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, Visit to, 6
  • Transmission of Heat through Plates from Hot Gases to Water, Mr. Geo. Halliday, 6

Institution of Junior Engineers:

  • Annual General Meeting and Report, 393
  • Cable Tramways and their Construction, British, by Mr. E. A. Heath, 628
  • Education of Engineers, Sir W. H. White on, 421
  • Summer Meeting, 85
  • Visit to the Lombard-street Station of the North Extension of the City and South London Railway, 509
  • Visie to Sir D. Salomon’s Works at Tunbridge Wells, 356

Institution of Mechanical Engineers:

  • Aluminium Manufacture, with Descriptions of the Milton Foundry, Mr. E. Ristori, 101,117, 125
  • Archbatt-Daeley Process of Softening Water Inspected, 104, 124, 151, 188
  • Bass, Ratcliff, and Gretton’s Brewery, Visit to, i 121
  • Brush Electrical EngineeringCompany’s Works, Visit to, 125
  • Duffield Bank Model Railway, Visit to, 125
  • Electric Installation for Light and Power on the Midland Railway, with Notes on Power Absorbed by Shafting and Belting, Mr. W. G. Langdon, 413
  • Leicester Corporation Waterworks, Visit to, 125
  • Locomotive Engines, Mr. W. H. Smith on the Results of Recent Practical Experience with Express, 436, 449, 452, 456
  • Mechanical Testing of Materials at the Loco¬motive Works of the Midland Railway, Derby, Mr. W. G. Peet on, 480
  • Papers to be Read at the October Meeting, 377
  • Programme for the Derby Meeting and Syllabus of Papers, 58
  • Railways, Narrow-gauge, 2ft. and under, Mr. L. S. Robertson on, 104
  • Visit to the Midland Railway Works, 101

Institution of Mining Engineers: Adoption of New Title, 299

  • British Columbia, Prospecting in, Mr. W. M. Brewer, 299
  • Coal and Coke, Automatic Manipulation of, Mr. Gilbert Little, 299
  • List of Papers to be Read, 299
  • Nova Scotia, Underground Certificates in, Mr. Gilpin, jun., 299
  • Silver Ores, Treatment of Refractory, by Chlorination and Lixiviation, Mr. J. E. Brakell, 299
  • South Staffordshire Mines Drainage Scheme, with special regard to Electric Power Pumping, by Messrs. E. B. Marten and Edmund Howl, 299
  • Timbering in the Iron Ore Mines of Cumber¬land and Furness, Messrs. John L. Hedley and Wm. Lsck, 299

Institution of Mining and Metallurgy:

  • Progress of, Publication of the “ Transactions ” of the Seventh Session, 586

Institution, United Service:

  • Quick-fire Guns for Artillery in the Field, Discussion on the Advantages and Disadvantages of, 82
  • Instruments, Commercial, for Indicating and Re¬cording Electrical Quantities, Mr. E. S. Shoults, 656
  • Insurance Association, Meeting of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Scheme for Mutual, 21
  • Inventors and Wrecks, 422
  • Ipswich Waterworks, 65

Iron:

  • On the Action of Metalloids on Cast, 249
  • Bost Yorkshire, 308
  • Cast, Testing Material for Rolling Stock, 296
  • Coal Trade of Sweden, 277. 310
  • Freights and American, 275
  • Galvanissd Corrugated Sheet, Quarterly Meet¬ing of the Association, 94
  • German Irjn Industry, 155
  • German Output of Pig, in October, 565
  • Girders, Cast, 287 Industry of Russia, 14, 412
  • Losses Incurred io Melting in Cupola, 151
  • Industry of Sweden, Mr. Akerman on the, 221
  • Industry of the Ural District, 257
  • Melting Point of Cast, Dr. R. Moldenke on, 619
  • Mining, Swedish, 315, 340
  • Mountains of Gellivara, Kirunavaiira and
  • Luossovaara, in Swedish Lapland, 220
  • Ore of Luossavaara. Percentage of, in the, 253
  • Ore Production in, 229
  • Deposits in France, Discovery of Oolitic, 155
  • Expert from Lapland to Germany, 119
  • Production in Great Britain and Ireland, Yearly
  • Average of, as Compared to that of Germany,
  • Spain, and U.S.A., 35 Shipped from Elba, 1897, 7
  • Riw, Export of, from England to Germany, 59 for Shipbuilding Purposes in 1840, Wood first
  • Replaced by, 519 Shipments, July, 1898, 166
  • Spongy, Properties of, 455
  • Statistics of Production and Prices for May and June. 119
  • Strength of Old, 450 Unmarked, Price of, 91
  • Yorkshire, 333
  • “ Iron Man,” The 622
  • Iron and Steel, American, 62, 140
  • German Foreign Trade in, for
  • the First Half of 1898, and Coal, 192
  • Higher Values of, 208
  • Imported, The Indian Govern¬ment Sanctions the Purchase in India of Articles made up from, 59
  • Production in Russia in 1897, and Cast Iron, 264
  • Progress in the Methods of Analysing, 109
  • On Protective Metallic Coatirgs for, 356
  • Revival, The, 376
  • Russian, 1898, Production and Import of, 216
  • Ironstone, British Engineers and Swedish, 184
  • Ironstone Industry in the Banbury District, The, 214
  • Iron Trade, Chinese Railways and the, 131
  • Iron Trade in Germany, Great Development of, 59
  • Iron and Tungsten. A Double Carbide of, 325
  • Irrigation Works, Kuan HsieD, 403
  • Italian Shipping, Damage to, by Galvanic Action, 151
  • Italy, Electricity in, 14
  • Ivatt, Mr., The New Great Northern Engines, 198, 205

J

  • JAMES Watt, No British Steamer Bearing the Name of, 565
  • Jane Naval War Game, The, 581
  • Japan, Coal in, 229
  • Foreign Patents in, 180
  • Galvanised Sheet Iron Import into, 349
  • Manganese in, 229 Locomotives for, 523
  • Pagodas the only Earthquake-proof Struc¬tures in, 349
  • Railways in, 404
  • Training of Engineers in, 189
  • Japanese Imperial Railways at Kobe, Workshops of the, 512
  • Investments, Foreign Capital and, 123
  • Paper Mills, 519
  • Railways, British Officials of the Im¬perial, 103
  • Tariff, The New, 373
  • Tariff Regulations, 497
  • Treaties and the Foreign Investor, 134
  • Jardine’s Factories, Entertainment to the Children of the Workpeople Employed in, 648
  • Joggling Frames, Patent Machine for, 168
  • Johannesburg Electric Lighting and Tramway System, 309
  • Johnson, Mr. Guy R., On the Action of Metalloids on Cast Iron, 249
  • Johnson and Co., Messrs. J. E , Half-tone Cross- line Screens used in the Production of Process Engravings, 519
  • Johnson, jun., Mr. J. E., On Carbon in Piston- rods, 94
  • Johnson, Mr. S. W., Ten Express Engines for the Midland, 205
  • Johnson, Mr. W. C., Oa Crowden’s Hydraulic System of Jointing Tubes and Tubular Bodies, 318, 325
  • Jointing Sewer Pipe3, 163
  • Jointing Sewer Pipes with Cement and Soda, 214
  • Jointing Tubes and Tubular Bodies, Mr. W. C. Johnson on Crowden’s Process of, 318, 323
  • Jones, Mr. D., Express Engines, Highland Rail¬way, 30, 36, 67
  • Johnson Engineering and Foundry Company, New York, Steel Yacht Launched by, 35
  • Joy’s Assistant Cylinders, H.M.S. Sappho, 599

K

  • KAY, Mr. S. R., Effect of Subsidence Due to Coal Workings upon Bridges and other Structures, 576
  • Kendall and Gent, Messrs. Electrically-driven Engineering Works, 590, 591
  • Kendall and Gent, Messrs., their New Machine Tool Works, 71
  • Kernot, Mr. E., Cheap Railway Construction in Victoria (see Civil Engineering Supplement, July 22nd, 1898)
  • Kerosene, Flashing Point of, 13, 84, 111
  • Keyham College, Increased Competition for
  • Entry to and Want of more Junior Engineers, 35
  • Kiln, Cmtinuous, Mr. E. J. Ljundbcrg, 340
  • KiltonThorp) Ironstone Mine Re-opened, 95
  • King's College. London, Mr. E.-nest Wilson Appointed Successor to Prof. Hopkinsnn, 529
  • Kinsley, Mr , on the Transference of Heat in Cooled Metals, 647
  • Kipling, Rudyard and Nava’ Engineers, 504
  • Kite Flight, High, 325
  • Klein Engineering Company, Lubricating Pamp, 167
  • Klinger and Co., Messrs Rich Water Gauge, 30
  • Kratostate, Prof, la Cour’s, 137
  • Krapp Armour and its Application to Defeat Shell Fire in Warships, 438
  • Krupp Plates, Brown’s, 402, 617, 622
  • Krupp Plate, Brown’s, for Japan, 622
  • Krupp Plates, Champion 12-inch, 501
  • Krupp Process Plate, Bethlehem, 547
  • Krupp Proces» Plate, Cammell's, 470
  • Kuan Hsien Irrigation Works, 403
  • Kutter’s Formula, 261
  • Kynochs’Tcn Million Military Cartrilge for the U.S., 190
  • L
  • LABOUR Disputes, 497, 500
  • Market in July, The State of the, 205
  • Market during November, State of the Skilled, 593
  • Market Judged from Trade Unions’ Returns, 419
  • Market,Skilled, October Memorandum, 519
  • Parliament, The, 119
  • Questions in New Zealand, and Sum¬mary of the Award of the Court, 309
  • Union Members as Employers, 267
  • La Bourgogne, Loss of, 61
  • La Cour, Prof., on the Utilisation of the Wind’s Power, 137
  • Ladle, Caspersson’s Converter, 366
  • Laird Bros., Messrs., 30-Knot Boats Built for the Government, 119
  • Laird Bro3.’ Works, Torpedo Destroyers and Battleships in Hand and Launched, 361
  • Lake in the Sandstone at Reigate, Discovery of, 565
  • Lancashire. Electricity Supply in, 602
  • Lancaster Metallic Piston Packing, The, 603
  • Lane and Bodley’s Record-breaking Machine Tools, 349
  • Langdon, Mr. W. G., On the Electric Installation on the Midland Railway, 413
  • Lathe, Standard, Miley's Machine Tool Company, 83
  • Latham's Rule for Determining Thickness of Brickwork in a Sewer, 177
  • Lathe, Hexagonal Turret, 379
  • Launch, Electric, for the Russian Government, 80

Launches and Trial Trips:

  • Albertville, Mail and Passenger Steamer, 239
  • Aioxandcr Golovatcheff, Dredger, 631
  • Alf, Steel Screw Steamer, 361
  • A'mora, Steel Screw Steamer, 654
  • America Maru, Passenger Steamer, 337
  • Amphitrite, Cruiser, H. M.S., 30, 68
  • Aotleon, Twin - screw Sand Pump Hopper Dredger, 143
  • Arminza, Steel Screw Steamer, 193
  • Astroca, Steel Screw Steamer, 482
  • Atlas, No. 3. Steel Derrick Pontoon, 20
  • Azil, s.s., 67
  • Balder, Steel Screw Steamer, 313
  • Barges, Sailing, 337
  • Barges, Steam Hopper, 361
  • Barge, Steam Hopper, for the Thames Censervancy, 403
  • Beatrice, Steel Steamer, 193
  • Borgenhus, 631
  • Bramble, British Man-of-war, 654
  • Brighton, Steel Screw Steamer, 267
  • Britannic, 607
  • Britannic, Steel Screw Steamer, 361
  • Caisson for the Bristol Docks Committee, 267
  • Candleshoe, Steel Screw Steamer, 361
  • Cardiff, Steel Screw s.s., 19
  • Ceres, Steel Screw Steamer, 361
  • Chicago, Atlantic Liner, 433
  • Clan Ferguson, Turret-decked Steamer, 359
  • Clarence, 607
  • Claverdale, 631 Clematis, Steel Screw s.s., 20
  • Eisingwold, Steel Screw Steamer, 313
  • Ehrenfelds, S.eel Screw Steamer, 118
  • Ella Sayer, Steel Screw Steamer, 217
  • Easton, s.s., 118
  • Everest, Steel Screw Steamer, 526
  • Fourth of July, Cruiser, 30
  • Greenhill, Steel Screw Steamer, 550
  • Guernsey, Turret-deck, s.s., 19
  • Haiching, Steel Spar-deck Screw Steamer, 50:, 654
  • Halotis, s.s., 267
  • Ueathmore, Steamer, 288
  • Hongkong Maru, Twin-screw Linor, 67
  • Jencral Baquedano, Training Ship for the
  • Chilian Navy, 30
  • Joseph Merry weather, Steel Screw Steamer, 267
  • Juno, The, 166
  • Kasagi, 109
  • Laura, s.s., 20
  • Lemgo, s.s., 361
  • Lewisham, s.s., 372
  • L. H. Carl, Steel Steamer, 403
  • Llsette, Steel Screw Steamer, 143
  • Lendesborongh, Steel Screw Steamer, 551
  • Longbenton, Screw Steamer, 267, 433
  • Louise, Steel Screw Steamer, 482, 526
  • Lowestoft, Steel Tug, 482
  • Mainstay, s.s., 67
  • Malang, Steel Screw Steamer, 482, 631
  • Manchester City, Steel Sorew Steamer, 506
  • Mancunia, s.s., 372
  • Marie Suzanne, Steel Sorew Steamer, 217
  • Mars, Steel Screw Steamer, 166
  • Marselisborg, Steel Screw Steamer, 92
  • Mayflower, Steel Screw Slearner, 266, 526
  • Medjerda, s.8., 267 Miles Coverdale, 631
  • Moorgate, s.s., 217
  • Mount Rosa and Mount Visa, Trawlers, 20 ,
  • Mount Royal, Cattle and Cargo Steamer, 217
  • Mountry, 654
  • Newcastle, Steel Screw Steamer, 654
  • Nippon Mam, 239
  • Oceanic, White Star Company’s New Steam¬ship, 516
  • Onslow, Steel Screw Steamship, 19
  • Orono, Steel Screw Steamer, 239, 526
  • Orwell, H.M.S. Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 361, 654
  • Osborne, Steel Screw Stmmer, 482, 654
  • Palatinia, Steel Screw Steamer, 482
  • Pelican, Twin-screw Steamer, 550
  • Plencia, Steel Screw Steamer, 29
  • Politician, Steel Screw Steamer, 433
  • Polymitis, Turret-deck s.s., 118
  • Pontoon, Large Steel, for the Southampton
  • Harbour Board, 403
  • Primo, The, 526
  • Prince Arthur, Mail and Passenger s.s., 118
  • Prince George, 506, 526
  • Princess of Wales, Paddle Steamer, 403, 651 !
  • Principe, Passenger Steamer, 361, 526
  • Raphael, The, 403
  • Recovery, 631
  • Romford, Steel Screw s.s., 20
  • Romney, s.s., 433
  • Saint Quentin, The, 403
  • Salfordia, Steel Screw Steamer, 526
  • Scarthoe, Steel Screw S:eamer, 92, 313
  • Scott and Co.’s Works, a Steel Screw Steamer (no name), 361
  • Ssrger Witte, Trial Trip, 166
  • Severn, Mail and Passenger s.s., 67, 482
  • Shipping Launched from the Clyde duricg
  • September, 360 Sicilia, 550
  • Sigrid, Steel Screw Steamer, 217, 526
  • Silesia, Steel Screw Steamer, 550
  • Sirdar, S:eel Screw Steamer, 526
  • Skipjack, Steam Steel Yacht, 654
  • Steam Launch, Twin-screw, to the Order of the
  • British Government, 654 Svend Hang, 654 Syria, 550
  • Taboga, Screw Steamer, 92, 217
  • Therese, Steel Screw Steamer, 217
  • Thirlby, Steel Screw Steamer, 313, 433
  • Titan, Twin-screw Tugboat, 288
  • Tokiwa, First-class Armoured Cruiser for the
  • Japanese Navy, 30 Trigonia, 239
  • Trunk Steamer to the Order of Britain Steam¬ship Company, 654
  • Tugboat for South Africa, Messrs. Day, Sum¬mers, and Co., 120
  • Turkistan, Steel Screw Steamer, 579
  • Ultonia, S.S., 482 Yalentia, s.s., 217
  • Vril, Launch for the Kassian Government, 80
  • Whaleback Steamer, Launch of the Largest ever Built, 233
  • William Broadley, 239
  • Wilster, Twin-screw Steamer, 143
  • Winifred, Steel Screw Steamer, 217, 313
  • Wladimir Sawin, s.s., 267
  • Yacona, Steam Yacht, 193
  • Zingara, s.s., 267
  • Launching Mishaps. 387
  • Laviano Asphalte, 225
  • Lsad Poisoning Due to File-cutting, 349

Leaders:

  • American Competition, 208
  • American Gunnery, 158
  • American Mercantile Shipping, 88
  • American Navy, Effect of the Late War on the, 596
  • American View of German Competiti.n, 499
  • Boiler, Choice of a, 232
  • Boilers, Fallacies Concerning, 157
  • Bristol Docks and River, 133, 397
  • British Officials and British Men of Business in China, 522
  • China, British Officials and British Men of Business in, 522
  • Coal Country. Two Years’ Peace in the, 328
  • Coal Strike, The, 13, 87, 208, 375
  • Coal Trade, Coming Millennium in the, 352
  • Coal Trade, Preparing for the Winter in the, 183
  • Compression in Steam Cylinders, 543
  • Cooled Bars, Transference of Heat io, 476
  • Consuls and Competit:on, 397
  • Consuls and Trade, 351
  • Corliss Valve Gear, 183
  • Draughtsmen. Position of Mechanical, 256
  • E»st London Water Supply, 207
  • Education of Engineers, Sir W. H. White on the, 421
  • Education, Science in, 375
  • Eight Hours Day, An, 281
  • Electric Motors, 305
  • Engines, High-pressure Marine, 134
  • English and American Machine Tools, 543
  • Explosions of Caps and Detonators, 398
  • Feed-water Heaters, Live Steam, 521
  • Flash Point, The, 13
  • Flashing Point ol Kerosene, The, 111
  • Fly-wheels, Bursting of, 645
  • French Coaling Stations, 61
  • "V" and Compulsory Arbitration,
  • Garman Competition, American View of, 499
  • Gun, Our New Quick-fire, 570
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Entrance Examinations of the, 595
  • Inventors and Wrecks (with reference to the loss of the Mohegan), 422
  • Japanese Treaties and the Foreign Investor, La Bourgogne, Loss of the, 61
  • Labour Disputes, Last Year’s, 500
  • Liquid Fuel on the Underground Railway, 87
  • Load-line Committee, Report of the, 596
  • Locomotives, High-pressure, 37
  • Locomotives, Monster, 475
  • Locomotive Performance, 449
  • Lomion County Council and Public Interests,
  • Measurement, Refinement of, 352
  • Patent-office Library, 522
  • Preece, Mr., His Presidential Address, 449
  • Propeller Shafts, 112
  • Railway Speeds, 376
  • Railway Unpunctuality, 327
  • Santiago, Lessons from the Battle of, 422
  • Santiago, Naval Battle, 62
  • Science in Education, 375
  • Screw Propellers, 570
  • Smoke, 569
  • South Wales, Position ia, and Outlook, 208. 231
  • Spanish Fleet, Destruction of the, 37
  • Steel Specifications, 327
  • Telegraph Scheme, A Great, 621
  • Trade as it is, 514
  • Train Resistance, 305, 621
  • Tsar’s Proposal to Disarm, The, 231
  • Ventilation, 645
  • Warships in Action, 255
  • Water, Purification of, 255
  • Welsh Coal Strike and After, 13, 87, 208, 375
  • White, Sir W. H., on th9 Education of Engi¬neers, 421
  • Wind Pressure (with reference to page 289), 282

Sub-Leaders:

  • American Iron and Steel, 62
  • American Paddle-wheel Steamers, 303
  • American Steel for Belfast Shipyards, 131
  • Biker-street and Waterloo Railway, Toe, 450
  • Board of Trade and Water-tube Boilers, 158
  • Boiler Explosion, A Noteworthy, 257
  • British Apathy again, 328
  • British Engineers and Swedish Ironstone, 184
  • Brown-Krupp Plate for Japan, 622
  • British Locomotives for Belgium, 423
  • Cheapness, The Rags for, 571
  • Chinese Railways and the Iron Trade, 134
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, 38, 353, 476
  • Coal Dispute, South Wales, 112
  • Coal, Pocahontas, 112
  • Coal, South African, 184
  • Coal Trade, Electric Engineers and the, 282
  • Coal Trade, Position in the, 282
  • Coal Values and Miners' Wages, 14 3
  • Coast Shield Trial, 209 Copper and Tin, 377
  • District Surveyors, 596
  • Djndee’s Boulton and Watt Beam Engine, 477
  • Electric Engineers and the Coal Trade, 282
  • Electric Lighting Competition in London, 38
  • Electricity in Italy, 14
  • Engineering at Cambridge University, 398
  • Engineering Contract Question, An, 450
  • Engineering Trades and Petroleum, The, 597
  • Explosion at Earl’s Court, The, 232
  • Federated Miners and the Proposed Advance of Wages, 135
  • Gas Engineering, Progress in, 89
  • Gasworks for Glasgow, New, 450
  • Gutta-percha, Exhaustion of, 646
  • Heysham Harbour, 450
  • Hydrants, Experiments with Doable Fire, 523
  • Iron Industry of Russia, 14
  • Iron Industry of the Ural District, 257
  • “Iron Man,” The, 622
  • Iron and Steel, Higher Values for, 208
  • Iron and Steel Revival, 376
  • Iron, Strength of Old, 450
  • Iron Trade, Chinese Railways and the, 134
  • Light Railway Scheme, An I mportant, 352
  • Liverpool Motor Wagon Trials, 545
  • Lloyd’s Rogistry on Circuit, 184
  • Locomotives, Electric, in France, 62
  • Locomotives for Japan, 523
  • London Local Authorities and the Water Supply Question, 544
  • London Water Supply, East, 328
  • Miners’ Federation and the Proposed Advance of Wages, 135
  • Miners and their Leaders, 306 ,
  • Mining Machinists, Good News for, 306
  • Minting in Chine, 63
  • Overtime in the Midlands, 646
  • Patent Law, 158
  • Picketting, 622
  • Pit Lads’ Strike, The, 62, 88, 209
  • Pit Lad, Power of the, 62, 88
  • Port of Calais, 306 f Simplon Tunnel, The, 233
  • Skulking in Dockyards, 89
  • Seuth Staffordshire Mines Drainage, 376
  • Smoke, 158
  • Smoke Consumption, 500
  • Steel, American, for Belfast Shipyards, 62, 134
  • Strikes, Avoid, 544 Suez Canal, 209
  • Syria-Ottoman Railway, The, 477
  • Tes’a and Power, 450
  • Textile Engineering Combination, A, 257
  • Tin-p’ates, 328 Tonnage, 256
  • Tonnage, Minimum Net, 112
  • Trade Comparisons, A Few, 523
  • Trade Marks, “ Invented Words” as, 88
  • Trade Revival, 158, 501
  • Trade for Two Years or More, Good, 571
  • Trade Unionists in Council, 622
  • Tramways in Liverpool, 423
  • Water Supply, East London, 328
  • Water Supply of Sheffield, The, 450
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act in Operation, The, 477
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, Yorkshire Coal- owners and the, 14
  • Yorkshire Coalfield, Development of a, 112
  • Yorkshire Coalowners and the Workmen's Compensation Act, 14
  • Yorkshire Miners, The, 398
  • Lee-Metford Bullet to be Tried in India, 109

Legal Intelligence:

  • Bagnall, Limited, W. G., e. Carthago Syndicate, Limited, 132
  • Lyons and Sons v. Wilkins, 626
  • Magnolia Metal Co. and Others v. The Tandem Smelting Syndicate, Limited, 67, 458
  • Mica Insulator Co. v. The Electrical Co., Limited, 42
  • Milner's Safe Co., Limited, r. Campbell, 92
  • Perfecta Seamless Steel Tube Co., Limited, J. Penn and Sons, Limited, 492
  • Leicester Corporation Waterworks, Swithland, Visit to, 125
  • Leicester, Sheffield, and Derby Water Supply Scheme, 519
  • Leith Docks (see Civil Engineering Supplement, July 22nd, 1898)

Letters to the Editor:

  • American Competition, Fairplay, 401
  • American Competition, Arthur Herschmann, 213
  • American Locomotive Performance, F. W. Brewer, 163
  • American Progress in English Industrie’, M S , 380
  • American Riilway Rscord, The New, C. Rous- Marten, 458
  • Arctic Exploring Steamer, An, Re, 66
  • Argentaurum, Stephen U. Emmens, 34
  • Atmosphere of Underground Railways, S. H. H. B., 117
  • Beams Sibj acted to Cross Bonding, P. Q , 213
  • Beams, Theory of, A. D., 163
  • Beams, The ry of. J. L., 189
  • Bailers and the Drought, Wm. Ingham, 401
  • Boilers and the Drought, C. E. S’.romeyor, 381
  • British and American Machine Tools, M. E. C. Co., 650
  • British and American Machine Tools, High Campbell, 649
  • British and American Machine Tools, H. Rustin, 650
  • British and American Machine Tools, Water Wright, 650
  • Broken Screw Shafts, Robt. McGlasson, 163
  • Cement Spec'fications for Marine Work, Alfred E. II urea, 574
  • Cement Specifications for Marine Work, John L. Watson, 574
  • China, Modern, from an Engineer's Point of View, Shanghai as an Engineering Centre, Chas. Mayne, 589
  • Clerks, English v. Foreign, D., 468
  • Collision Mats, Interested, 588
  • Corliss Valve Gear, Herbert Crooke, 213
  • Corliss Valve Gear, E. R. and F. Turner, Limited, 238
  • Cranes, Overhead Electric, Hugh Campbell, 589
  • “Cupola” Rivet Furnace, Ross and Gibson, 287
  • Disclaimer, A, John Marx and Co., 117
  • Dynamics, Theoretical, Student, 67
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, H. Austin, 286
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, A. M. Barrie, 333
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Corkenoig, 428
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Critic, 428
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Disgusted, 286
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, A Draughtsman, 332, 333
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Draughtsman, Another, 401
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Draughtsman, An Oppressed, 348
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Employer,Oppressed, 286, 380
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Employer, Unop¬pressed, 333
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Engineer, 401
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Experience, 428
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, A.l.E E , 332
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Foreman Patternmaker, 34S
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, J. Gillaird, 309, 458, 574
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, E. G. A. H., 286
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, J. S. J., 348
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, A. L., 309
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Manager, 458
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, R. C. D. M., 332
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Penc.1 Driver, 332
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Superintendent Engineer, 333
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, J. H. M. S., 333
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Union is Strength, 469
  • Draughtsmen, Position of, Veritas, 380
  • Dynamics, Theoretical, LosiDg Hazard, 19
  • Dynamics, Theoretical, E. Louseley, 34, 117
  • Dynamics, Theoretical, Secutor, 19
  • Electric Lighting Engines, Mark Robinson, 549
  • Electrical Power Transmission, A. J. Balkwill, 428
  • Electrical Power Transmission, Fred. Hart, 428
  • English Capitalists and Russia, T. Fletcher Fullard, 213
  • Engines, Balancing, Rjbt. H. Smith, 34
  • Engines, Balancing, Superintending Engineer, 66
  • Engines, Balancing, John Tweedy, 132
  • Engines, Balancing, James Whitcher, 18, 117
  • Engines, Balancing, X., 34
  • Engines, Gas, Maximum Efficiency Attainable by, Wm. Donaldson, 301
  • Engine at Tipton, 1725, Steam, 468
  • Engineers, Education of, Premium Pupil, 468
  • Engineers in Japan, Training of, Edw. Divers, 189
  • Engineers’ Specifications, Civis, 348
  • Engineers’ Specifications, Geo. T. Pardoe, 381
  • Feed-water Heaters, Live Steam, Alexander Dalrymple, 574
  • Feed-water Heaters, Live Steam, T. E. Stanton, 615
  • Flash Point, E. A. Cullen, 469
  • Flash Point, Edw. A. Harman, 189, 308
  • Flash Point, The, D. R. Steuart, 84, 132, 237
  • Fownes and Co., G. E., Henry Fownes, 238
  • Furnaces, Marine Boiler, Alexander Dalrymple, 84
  • Gis Meters and Cookers, Automatic, Elw. A. Harman, 615
  • Gas from Sewage Sludge, Illuminating, Edw. A. Harman, 117, 132
  • Gelignite, Rhenish, C. H. Darbishire, 651
  • Girders, Cast Iron, Charles L. Smith, 287
  • Goddins Lock-nut, Edgar A. Goddin, 251, 287
  • Great Northern Eogines, A., 287
  • Great Northern Eogines, Running Shed, 261
  • Great Northern Engines, Retired Observer, 237
  • Great Northern Eogines, Another Observer, 261
  • Great Northern Goods Depot, Manchester, Wm. T. Foxlee, 287
  • Great Western, Remarkable Run on the, O. R. Walkey, 469
  • Heat in Cooled Bars, Transference of (with Reference to November 11th), 549
  • Heat in Boilers, Transmission of, T. E. Stanton, 549
  • House Cisterns, Aquarius, 237, 333
  • House Cisterns, R. H., 401, 457, 515
  • House Cisterns, W. Payton, 380, 505
  • House Cisterns, M. R., 287, 348, 457, 505
  • House Cisterns, Sanitas, 348
  • House Cisterns, Superintendent, 261, 333
  • House Cisterns, Surveyor, 401
  • Institution of Civil Engineers’ Entrance Examination, Anglo-Indian, 469
  • Institution of Civil Engineers’ Entrance
  • Examination, Assoc. M. Inst. C.E., 469, 616, 657
  • Institution of Civil Eogineero’ Entrance Ex¬amination, E. R. Dymond, 589
  • Institution of Civil Engineers’ Entrance Ex¬amination, Maurice F. FitzGerald, 469, 588
  • Institution of Civil Eogineero' Entrance Ex¬amination, Laudator Temporis Acti, 548
  • Institution of Civil Engineers’ Entrance Ex¬amination, M. Inst., 469
  • Institution of Civil Engineers’ Entrance Ex¬amination, Another M. Inst. C.E., 504
  • Institution of Civil Engineers’ Entrance Ex¬amination, One Who Has Passed, 574
  • Institution of Civil Engineers’ Entrance Ex¬amination, Outsider, 504
  • Institution of Civil Engineers’ Entrance Ex¬amination, Practical, 469
  • Institution of Civil Engineers’ Entrance Ex¬amination, Practice before Theory, 504
  • Institution of Civil Engineers’ Entrance Ex¬amination, Sigma, 469
  • Institution of Civil Engineers’ Entrance Ex¬amination, Student, 549
  • Iron, Best Yorkshire, B. Y. L, 309
  • Japanese Patents, Va'idity of, Your Ketent Special Commissioner in Japac, 505
  • Japanese Patents, Validity of, Wm. P. Thomp¬son, 589
  • Jointing Sewer Pipes, Omega, 163
  • Jointing Sewer Pipes with Cement and Soda, Frank E. Priest, 214
  • July Train Services, Cbas. R lus-Marten, 67
  • Rutter’s Formula, Geo. T. Pardoe, 261
  • Locomotives, British v. American, Commercial Engineer, 651
  • Locomotives, Compound, W. B., 457
  • Locomotives, Great Northern, A , 287
  • Locomotives, Great Northern, Another Observer, 261
  • Locomotives, Great Northern, Running Shed, 251
  • Locomotives for Narrow-gauge Railways, W. G. Bagnall, 163
  • Locomotives for New Zealand, Walter l<9nna- way, 238
  • Locomotive Axle Bearings, Axle B>x, 505
  • London University Matriculation Examinations, Fairplay, 189
  • Machine Tools, British and American, E. C. Amos, 614
  • Maohine Tools, British and American, Anglo- Saxon, 589
  • Machine Tools, British and American, British Toolmaker, 589
  • Machine Tools, British and American, Hugh Campbell, 572
  • Machine Tools, British and American, Clifton and Waddell, 615
  • Machine Tools, British and American, Theodore Coventry, 614
  • Machine Tools, British and American, A Fitter, £89
  • Machine Tools, Bri'.ish and American, R. B. Hodgson, 589
  • Machine Tools, British and American, G. M. 11., 615
  • Machine Tools, British and American, Sharp, Stewart, and Co., Limited, 589
  • Machine Tools, British and American, W. H. Thornbery, 615
  • Magnetism and the Spectrum, Arthur G. Cotterill, 19
  • Mobegan, Wreck of the s s., Leopold Rop:r, 469
  • Mohegan, Wreck of the s.s., C. Scott Snell, 428
  • Mortar, The Strength of, Simplex, 615
  • Mortar, Strength of, N. D. Y., 651
  • Patent office Library, Henry Brockelbank, 615
  • Patent-office Library, George T. Holloway, 615
  • Patent-office Library, The, Thomas Pinch, 573
  • Patent-office Library, The, R. B. Prosser, 573
  • Profit Sharing, Gilbert Little, 163
  • Propeller Shafts, Vibration, 132
  • Pumps, High-speed Air, Antiquarian, 549
  • Pomps, High-speed, D. A. Bremner, 457, 588
  • Pumps, High-speed Air, A. J. Dudgeon, 651
  • Pumps, High-speed Air, J. A. S. Dunlop, 515
  • Pumps, High-speed Air, Fredk. Chas. Haste,
  • Pumps, High-speed Air, Cyril West Lupton, 549, 650
  • Pumps, High-speed Air, Marine, 574
  • Pumps, High-speed, P. R., 588
  • Pumps, High-speed Air, W. R., 615
  • Pumps, High-speed Air, Superintendent Engi¬neer, 515
  • Pumps, High-speed Air, E. W. S., 457
  • Purification of Water, Andrew Howatson, 426
  • Railway Gauge, E. M., 214
  • Railway Speeds, W. M. A., 117, 238, 287, 309, 380, 468
  • Railway Speeds, W. C. A. Church, 401
  • Railway Speeds, Tom O’Dicks, 332
  • Railway Speeds, Eile mit Weile, 426
  • Railway Speeds, Festina Lente, 84
  • Railway Speeds, Norman D. Macdonald, 332, 426
  • Railway Speeds, Old Driver, 426
  • Railway Speeds, A Peaceful Man, 515
  • Railway Speeds, Quod Tangis Orna, 332
  • Railway Speeds, Clement E. Stretton, 163, 261, 309, 332, 348, 401
  • Railway Speeds, O. R. Walkey, 287
  • Railway Speeds, G. J. W., 287
  • Railway Speeds, A. Warburton, 168
  • Railway Speeds, X., 468
  • Railway, The West London, W. Lawford, 341 ,
  • Rolling Stock, High v. Low Capacity for, J. D. Twinberrow, 505
  • Royal Engineers, The, A Roval Engineer Officer, 19
  • Safety Collars for Emery Wheels, A. H. Bate¬man, 574
  • Safety Collars for Emery Wheels, Luke and Spencer, Limited, 549
  • Safety Collars for Emery Wheels, W. O. Rooper, 505
  • Safety Collars for Emery Wheels, L. Sterne and Co., Limited, 549
  • Screw Propellers, T. Hattersley Pickard, 615
  • Self-propelled Traffic, Sidney Straker, 549
  • Shoreditch Dust Destructor, The, T. W. Baker, 426
  • Smoke as a Factor in Naval Actions, Geo. F. Cole, 213
  • Suakes and Safety Valves, Rich. McLaren, 574
  • Spanish Warships, M. I. N. A., 651
  • Speed of Warships, Foreigner, 34
  • Steam, Generation of, from the Combustion of Ashpit Refnso, F, J. Brookman, 515
  • Stsam Generation from the Combustion of Ash¬pit Refuse, Geo, Wilkinson, 414
  • Stress in Flat Plates, Eugineor, 414
  • Submarine Exploration, Nautilus, 381
  • Testing Cement, V. de Michelo, 549
  • Trade Marks in Zanzibar, Reginald W. Barker, 381
  • Train Resistance, J. M. Gorham, 348
  • Train Resistance, C. W. H., 308
  • Train Resistance, John Riskie, 66
  • Transmission of Heat from Hot Gases to Water, Geo. Halliday, 34
  • Waterloo and the Bank Railway, One out of Breath, 66
  • Water-tight Daors to Bulkheads, J. C., 84
  • Workmen's Compensation Act, George Livesey, Workmen’s Cottages, R. Sheward, 469
  • Letters from Our Own Correspon¬dents :
  • Africa, South, Engineering Notes from, 44, 70, 93, 140, 190, 214, 264, 278, 309, 334, 381, 403, 430, 484, 526, 552, 579, 607, 631, 657
  • American Engineering News, 20, 44, 70, 91, 140, 214, 264, 334, 480, 552, 576, 628, 653 American Notes, 47, 73, 97, 143, 166, 193, 217, 267, 313, 337, 361, 407, 433, 509, 554, 631
  • Australian Notes, 94, 190, 234 , 332, 401, 433, 529, 628
  • England, North of, 21, 46, 71, 95, 119,141,167, 191, 215, 240, 266, 291, 311, 335, 359, 383, 405, 431, 459, 483, 507, 527, 553, 577, 605, 629, 655
  • Germany, 22, 46, 72, 96, 120, 142, 168, 192, 216, 240, 266, 292, 312, 336, 360, 406, 432, 460, 484, 508, 528, 554, 578, 606, 630, 656
  • Iron, Coal, ana General Trades of Birmincham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 20, 45, 70, 94, 118, 141, 166, 190, 214, 239, 265, 291, 311, 334, 359, 382, 404, 431, 453, 483, 507, 527, 552, 577, 604, 629, 654 Japan, 404
  • Lancashire, 20, 45, 70, 94, 118, 141, 166, 190, 214, 239, 291, 311, 335, 359, 383, 405, 431, 459, 483, 507, 527, 552. 577, 601, 629, 654
  • Newport Harbour Commissioners’ Weekly Trade Reports, 22, 46, 72, 96, 120, 142 192, 216, 240, 266, 312, 336, 360, 384 406, 432, 460, 484, 508, 528, 554, 579, 604, 630, 656
  • New Zealand, 309
  • Scotland, 22, 46, 72, 96, 120, 142, 168, 192, 216, 240, 266, 292, 312, 336, 360, 384, 406, 432, 460, 484, 508, 528, 553, 578, 606, 629, 656
  • Sheffield, 21, 45, 71, 95, 119, 141, 167, 191, 215, 239, 265, 291, 311, 335, 359, 383, 405, 431, 459, 483, 507, 527, 553, 577, 605. 629, 655
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 22, 46, 72, 96, 120, 142, 168, 192, 216, 240, 266, 292, 312, 336, 360, 384, 406, 432, 460, 484, 508, 528, 554, 578, 606, 630, 656
  • See also for Special Matters referred to in the above, “Miscellaneous"
  • Lewes, Prof. V. B., Acetylene: Its Modern Development, 4
  • Lewis, Mr. Wilfrid, Indicator for Measuring Inertia of Moving Machinery, 59
  • Liège, Metallurgical Industries of, A Blue-book on the, 541
  • Light, Diminution of, by Interception of Glass, 205
  • Light Railways—see Railways
  • Lighthouse at Cape Gris Nez, New, 253
  • Lighthouse for Norway, Cast Iron, 426, 427
  • Lighting by Compressed-oil 'Gas and Acetylene, Railway Carriage, 258
  • Lightship in California Harbour, 137
  • Lignite for Railway Fae), Mr. S. R. Tuggle cn the Use of, 109
  • Lilleshall Company, lOOin. Vertical Blowing Engine, 138
  • Limestone Applicable to Glass Manufacture, 419
  • Linde, Process of Liquefying Air, M. d’Arsonval on the, 5
  • Linotype Company’s Works, Broadheath, near Manchester (Electrical Engineering Supple¬ment, November 25th, 1898, vi i., xiv.), 602
  • Liquid Air Produced per Hour by the Linde Pro¬cess, 5
  • Liquid Fuel, Arrangements at the Admiralty for the Development of, 565
  • Liquid Fuel on the Underground Railway, 87, 117
  • Liquids, On Measuring the Surface Tension of, 11
  • Literature:
  • Analysis, Infinitesimal, by Wm. Benjamin Smith, 623
  • Boiler Construction, Steam, Practical Hand¬book for Engineers, Boilermakers, and Steam Users, W. S. Hutton, 282
  • Bridge Engineers, Pocket-book for, “ De Pon- tibus,” by J. A. L. Waddel1, 126
  • Bridges and Viaducts, Iron and Stee', Practical Treatise (Illustrated), Francis Campin, 329
  • Calculations in Hydraulic Engineering, Prac¬tical Text-book for the use of Draughtsmen and Engineers, with Illustrations and Examplos, by T. Claxton Fidler, 184
  • China in Transformation, Archibald R. Colqu- houn, 257
  • Cofferdam Process for Piers, Practical Examples from Actual Work, by Chas. Evan Fowler, 559
  • Colliery Managers’ Handbook, The, by Caleb Pamely, 523
  • Combustions Spontanèos Réeles, ou Etude Scientifique et Juridique sur les, Supposées, Specialement au Cours de Transports, par E. Tabaries de Grandsaigne3, 89
  • Conduites d’Eau, Calcul des, par Georges Daries, 423
  • Courants Polyphases, Distribution de l’Energie, par J. Rodet, 353
  • Cyanide Process for the Extraction of Gold, and its Practical Application in the Wit- watersrand Goldfields and elsewhere, by M. Eissler, 393
  • Differential Equations, Ordinary, by Jas. Morris Page, 559
  • Differentia) and Integral Calculus for Technical 1 Schools and Colleges, by P. A. Lambert, 647
  • Spanish Warships, M. I. N. A., 651
  • Speed of Warship3, Foreigner, 31
  • Steam, Generation of, from the Combustion of Ashpit Refuso, F, J. Brookman, 515
  • St jam Generation from the Combustion of Ash¬ pit Refuse, Geo. Wilkinson, 414 Stress in Flat Piates, Eogineor, 414
  • Submarine Exploration, Nautilus, 381
  • Testing Cement, V. de Michelo, 549
  • Trade Marks in Zanzibar, Reginald W. Barker, 381
  • Train Resistance, J. M. Gorham, 348
  • Train Resistance, C. W. H., 308
  • Train Resistance, John Riskie, 66
  • Transmission of Heat from Hot Gases to Water, Geo. Halliday, 34
  • Waterloo and the Bank Railway, One out of Breath, 66
  • Water-tight Doors to Bulkheads, J. C., 84
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, George Livesey, Workmen’s Cottages, R. Sheward, 469

Letters from Our Own Correspondents :

  • Africa, South, Engineering Notes from, 44, 70, 93, 140, 190, 214, 264, 278, 309, 334, 381, 403, 430, 484, 526, 552, 579, 607, 631, 657
  • American Engineering News, 20, 44, 70, 91, 140, 214, 264, 334, 4*0, 552, 576, 628, 653
  • American Notes, 47, 73, 97, 143, 166, 193, 217, 267, 313, 337, 361, 407, 433, 509, 554, 631
  • Australian Notes, 94, 190, 234 , 332, 401, 433, 529, 628
  • England, North of, 21, 46, 71, 95, 119,141,167, 191, 215, 240, 266, 291, 311, 335, 359, 383, 405, 431, 459, 483, 507, 527, 553, 577, 605, 629, 655
  • Germany, 22, 46, 72, 96, 120, 142, 168, 192, 216, 240, 266, 292, 312, 336, 360, 406, 432, 460, 481, 508, 528, 554, 578, 606, 630, 656
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 20, 45, 70, 94, 118, 141, 166, 190, 214, 239, 265, 291, 311, 334, 359, 382, 404, 431, 453, 483, 507, 527, 552, 577, 604, 629, 651
  • Japan,404
  • Lancashire, 20, 45, 70, 91, 118, 141, 166, 190, 214, 239, 291, 311, 335. 359, 383, 405, 431, 459, 483, 507, 527, 552. 577, 601, 629, 651
  • Newport Harbour Commissioners’ Weekly Trade Reports, 22, 46, 72, 96, 120. 142 192, 216, 210, 266, 312, 336, 360, 384 406, 432, 460, 481, 508, 528, 554, 579, 604, 630, 656
  • New Zealand, 309
  • Scotland, 22, 46, 72, 96, 120, 142, 168, 192, 216, 240, 266, 292, 312, 336, 360, 384, 406, 432, 460, 484, 508, 528, 553, 578, 606, 629, 656
  • Sheffield, 21, 45, 71, 95, 119, 141, 167, 191, 215, 239, 265, 291, 311, 335, 359, 383, 405, 431, 459, 483, 507. 527, 553, 577, 605, 629, 655
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 22, 46, 72, 96, 120, 142, 168, 192, 216, 240, 266, 292, 312, 336, 360, 384, 406, 432, 460, 484, 508, 528, 554, 578, 606, 630, 656
  • Ste also for Special Matters referred to in the above, “Miscellaneous"
  • Lewes, Prof. V. B., Acetylene: Its Modern Development, 4
  • Lewis, Mr. Wilfrid, Indicator for Measuring Inertia of Moving Machinery, 59
  • Liège, Metallurgical Industries of, A Blue-book on the, 541
  • Light, Diminution of, by Interception of Glass, 205
  • Light Railways—tee Railways
  • Lighthouse at Cape Gris Nez, New, 253
  • Lighthouse for Norway, Cast Iron, 426, 427
  • Lighting by Compressed-oil 'Gas and Acetylene, Railway Carriage, 258
  • Lightship in California Harbour, 137
  • Lignite for Railway Fuel, Mr. S. R. Tuggle cn the Use of, 109
  • Lilleshall Company, lOOin. Vertical Blowing Engine, 138
  • Limestone Applicable to Glass Manufacture, 419
  • Linde, Process of Liquefying Air, M. d’Arsonval on the, 5
  • Linotype Company’s Works, Broadheath, near Manchester (Electrical Engineering Supple¬ment, November 25th, 1898, vid., xiv.), 602
  • Liquid Air Produced per Hour by the Linde Pro¬cess, 5
  • Liquid Fuel, Arrangements at the Admiralty for the Development of, 565
  • Liquid Fuel on the Underground Railway, 87, 117
  • Liquids, On Measuring the Surface Tension of, 11

Literature:

  • Analysis, Infinitesimal, by Wm. Benjamin Smith, 623
  • Boiler Construction, Steam, Practical Hand¬book for Engineers, Boilermakers, and Steam Users, W. S. Hutton, 282
  • Bridge Engineers, Pocket-book for, “ Do Pon- tibus,” by J. A. L. Waddel1, 126
  • Bridges and Viaducts, Iron and Stee’, Practical Treatise (Illustrated), Francis Campin, 329
  • Calculations in Hydraulic Engineering, Prac¬tical Text-book for the use of Draughtsmen and Engineers, with Illustrations and Examples, by T. Claxton Fidler, 184
  • China in Transformation, Archibald R. Colqu- houn, 257
  • Cofferdam Process for Piers, Practical Examples from Actual Work, by Chas. Evan Fowler, 559
  • Colliery Managers’ Handbook, The, by Caleb Pamely, 523
  • Combustions Spontanèos Réoles, ou Etude Scientifique et Juridique sur les, Supposes, Specialemeut au Coure de Transports, par E. Tabaries de Grandsaigne3, 89
  • Conduites d’Eau, Calcul des, par Georges Daries, 423
  • Courants Polyphases, Distribution de l’Energie, par J. Rodet, 353
  • Cyanide Process for the Extraction of Gold, and its Practical Application in the Wit- watersrand Goldfields and elsewhere, by M. Eissler, 393
  • Differential Equations, Ordinary, by Jas. Morris Page, 559
  • Differential and Integral Calculus for Technical Schools and Colleges, by P. A. Lambert, 647
  • Eight Hours Day, Ad, by W. J. S ïaxby, 14
  • Elasticitiits und Festigkert, Von C. Bach, 559
  • Electrical Testing for Telegraph Engineers, J. Elton Young, 209
  • Electricity through Gases, The Discharge of, by J. J. Thomson, 622
  • Electro dynamics, the Direct-current Motor, by C. A. Carus-Wilson, 58
  • l’Explorateur, Manuel de, Procédés de levers rapides ot de detail, Determination Astrono- mique des Positions Geographiques, par E. Blim, 647
  • Fuels, Calorific Power of, by Herman Poole, 58
  • Geometry of Position, Lectures on the, Part I.,by Theodor Reye, 559
  • Heat Efficiency of Steam Boilers, Land, Marine, and Locomotive, with Teste and Experiments of Different Typos, Heating Values of Fuels, &c., by Bryan Donkin, 283
  • HochschuleD, Unsere, und die Anforderungen des Zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts, Von A. Reidler, 113
  • Irrigation and Water, Conservation in New South Wales, Report on, by Col. F. J. Home, 15
  • Japanese Things, Basil Hall Chamberlain, 377
  • Krupp’s Steel Works, by F. C. G. Muller, 329
  • Letters Patent for Inventions, Treatise on the Law an Practice Relating to, Robert Frost, 451
  • Logarithmic and Trigonometric Tables, Five- plane, by J, W. Nicholson, 559
  • Lyons, Vice-admiral Lord, Life of, by Capt. S. Eardley-Wilmot, 501
  • Magnetism and Electricity, First Stage, for the Elementary Examination of the Science and Art Department, R. H. Jude, 159
  • Materials and Workmanship Employed in Con¬struction, Inspection of, by Austin T. Byrne, 647
  • Mechanical Engineering, Text - book of, by Wilfrid J. Lineham, 393
  • Mechanics, Practical, An Elementary Manual, by S. H. Wells, 451
  • Metallurgical Engineering on the Road, Present Day, by John Yates, 159
  • Municipal and Sanitary Engineer’s Handbook, by H. P. Boulnois, 63
  • Patents and Trade Marks Act3, 1883 to 1888, Law and Practice of, by Wm. Norton Lawson, 597
  • Problems of Modern Industry, by Sidney and Beatrice Webb, 184
  • Railway Block Signalling, by Jas. Pieg, 623
  • Railway Construction, by Wm. Hemingway Mills, 89
  • Railway Management at Stations, by E. B. Ivatts, 393
  • Roadmaster’s Assistant, The New, by Geo. Hebard Paice, Manual of Reference for those having to do with the Permanent Way of American Railways, 545
  • Russia's Sea Power, Past and Present, or the Rise of the Russian Navy, by Col. Sir Geo. Sydenham Clarke, 158
  • Tdlegraphs, Submarine, Their History, Con¬struction, and Working, by Chas. Bright, 233, 298
  • Thermodynamics of the Steam Engine, by Cecil H. Peabody, 597
  • Theta-phi Diagram, The, by Hy. A. Golding,
  • Town Refuse, Removal and Disposal of, Wm. H. Maxwell, 377
  • University Tutorial Series : A Middle Algebra Based on the Algebra of Radhakrishnan, by Wm. Briggs and G. H. Bryan, 616
  • Water Supply of Towns and Construction of Waterworks, W. K. Burton, 126

Literature: Short Notices:

  • Accumulators, Small, How Made and Used, Edited by P. Marshall, 623
  • Annuaire, 1899, 623
  • Arithmetic : How to Work, A Series of Models, by Leonard Norman, 393
  • Auto-car, On an, Through the Length and Breadth of the Lind, being Notes on a Tour from John-o’-Groats to Land’s End, by Hy. Sturmey, 113
  • Bouches a Feu, Resistance des, par P. Laurent, 623
  • Calculating, Quick and Easy Methods of, Robt. I Gordon Blaine, 501
  • Calculator, Direct, for the Coal, Ironstone, and other Heavy Trades, M. B. Cotsworth, 501
  • Caleb West, Master Diver, by F. Hopkinson I Smith, 155
  • Chemical Analysis, Qualitative and Quantitative, Wm. Briggs and R. W. Stewart, 126
  • Chemistry, First Stage Inorganic, by Fred. I Beddow, 423
  • “Contour” Road Book of England, S.E. Divi¬sion, Series of Elevation Plans of Roads, with I Measurements and Descriptive Letterpress (with 500 Diagrams and Maps), by H. R. G. I Inglis, 113
  • Electrical Engineering for Electric Light Artisans and Students, W. Sligo and A. Brooker, 477
  • Electrical Engineers’ Central Station Directory, Containing Information about Various Cen- . tral Stations in Oporation and Contemplation, , &c.,&c., 63 L
  • Electrical Measurements, Lecture Notes on the Theory of, by Wm. A. Anthony, 545
  • Electrical Undertakings, Manual of, Compiled under the Direction of Emile Garcke, L393
  • Electrically -propelled Carriages, by W. C. Electricity in Town and Country Houses, Percy E. Scrutton, 126
  • Engines, Gas and Petroleum, Translated and Adapted from the French of H. de Graffigny, 451
  • Fire Prevention Committee, Publications of L the British, 477
  • Fire Tests with Unprotected Columns, Report by the Committee on Fire-proofing Tests, Li New York, 393
  • Gas and Electric Lighting Works Directory and Statistics, Revised to July 1st, 1898, 298
  • German and English Commercial Correspond- L< ence, by Mathias Meitner, 298
  • Gas Engineers and Managers, Handbook for, by Lt Thos. Newbigging, 155
  • German Self-taught with Phonetic Pronunciation, C. A. Thimm, 298
  • J. Hazall’s Annual for 1899, Cyclopieiic Record of Men and Topics of the Day, 659
  • Hydraulic Tables for Finding the Mean Velocity and Discharge in open Channels according to the Formula: of Bazin and Kuttor, Calculated and Compiled by T. Higham, 545
  • Hydrographical Sarvejing, Description of the o- Means and Methods Employed in Construct- Bing Marine Charts, by Rear-Admiral Sir Win. J. L. Wharton, 93
  • 58
  • Hygiene, Pocket Dictionary of, C. T. Kingzott, 298
  • House Drainage : It3 Insp3ction and Testing, Richards J. Jenkins, 298
  • Indicator Handbook: Practical Manual for, Engineers, by Charles N. Pickworth, 113
  • Iron Merchants' Table and Memoranda Weights and Measures, Rownson’s, 451
  • Lean’s Royal Navy List; containing Special Points of Interest: War and Meritorious w Services, &c , Famous Battleships, &c, Sic., j, No, 83, by Lieut.-Col. F. Lean, 63
  • Machine Construction and Drawing, Elements 7 of, Prof. H. J. Spooner and Edward G. 19 Davey, 377
  • Machine Drawing for the Use of Engineering fc, Students in Science in Technical Schools and Colleges, Thomas Jones and T. G. Jones, 257
  • Mariners’ Family and Cable Code, by B. T. Vickers, 477
  • Mechanical World Pocket Diary and Year-book for 1899, 545
  • Physics, Introduction to Practical, by D. Rin-tool, 451
  • Pocket-book of Electrical Rules and Tables for the Use of Electricians and Engineers, by John Munro, 113
  • Protection of Industrial Property, Transactions of the Association for the, Vol. ii. and Appen¬dix, 298
  • Pumping their Principles and Construction : A J Series of Lectures, by J. Wright Clarke, 353
  • Railway Officials, 1898, Universal Directory of, by S. Richardson Blundstone, 159
  • Sanitation of Domestic Buildings, by Frank Latham, 393
  • “Scaife” System, Historical Chart on the, termed “ Six Centuries of Attack and Defence,” compiled by Captain Ward, 353
  • 1 Science Series, Organised, Second Stage Mathe¬matics, Ed. by Wm. Briggs, 329
  • Small-arms and Ammunition, Evolution of, by r E. C. R. Marks, 353
  • Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, No. 1093, Vol. xl., Catalogue of Scientific Periodi¬cals, 298
  • Specifications for Architects, Surveyors, and Engineers when Specifying, 159
  • Steam, First British Edition, 177
  • Telephona Outlines of the Development of : Transmitters and Receivers, by Wm. J. J.
  • Hopkins, S77
  • Torpedo in Peace and War, The, Fred. T. Jane, N 377
  • Tourist Guide to the Continent, Published by A the Great Eastern Railway Co., 15
  • Trade Unionist, The, Monthly Periodical, 233
  • Tramways, Aërial or Wire Rope : Their Con¬struction and Management, A. J. Wallis- M Taylor, 353
  • Trigonometry at a Glance : Graphic Demon¬stration of the Various Functions, by G. W. M Usill and F. J. Browne, 559
  • Wannan’s Marine Engineer’s Guide to Board M of Trade Exams , by A. C. and E. W. I. M Wannan, 329
  • WanDan’8 Marine Engineer’s Pocket-book: M Containing the Latest Board of Trade Rules M and Data for Marine Engineers (Illustrated), M 329
  • Waterworks Directory and Statistics, 1898, Revised to July 1st, 1898, 298
  • Wireless Telegraphy Popularly Explained, Rich. Kerr, 209
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1897, with Notes and Appendix containing the Roles and Regulations under the Act, the Employers’ Liability Act, 1880, Analysis of a M Scheme under the Act, &c., by W. Adding¬ton Willis, 113
  • Lithography, Exhibition of, 287
  • Little, Mr. Gilbert, Oa the Automatic Manipulation of Coke, 129
  • Liverpool Docks, 195- 199, 206, 262
  • Liverpool, Trials of Heavy Motor Vehicles, 540, 545
  • Ljunberg, Mr. E. J., Continuous Kiln, 340
  • Llanelly District, Strike in the, 22, 72
  • Lloyd’s Register Appointment, 309
  • Lloyd’8 Register of British and Foreign Shipping, 456
  • Lloyd’s Registry on Circuit, 184
  • Lloyd’s Shipping Casualty Returns, 304
  • Lloyd’s Shipping Returns, 85 jp
  • Lloyd’s Visiting Committee Inspect the Shipyards and Engineering Works of the North of England, 168
  • Load-line Committee, Report of the, 595
  • Local Authorities and th9 Workmen’s Compensa¬tion Act, 31
  • Lock Nut, Goddin’p, 235, 261, 287
  • Locks and Keys, Mr. H. Chubb on the Development of, 503:
  • Lockyer, Lieut.-Col. W. N., On the Evolution of Small-arms, 27
  • Lockyer, Sir Norman, On the Advantages of Literary Culture, 419

Locomotives Railway Matters, Various, Locomotives

  • Lodge Farm Sewage Disposal Scheme, Pumping Station and Buildings, Messrs. Wingrove and Stanley’s Tender Accepted, 577
  • London, City of, Inhabited Houses in the, 497
  • London, City of, New Street, 519
  • London County Council, Contracts with the, 116
  • London County Council and Public Interests, 111
  • London County Council, Schemes of the, 35
  • London County Council, Tramways Department to be Formed, 109
  • London, Electric Lighting Competition in, 38
  • London General Poet-office, Railway Stations within Twelve and Six-mile Radius from, 545
  • London School of Economics and Political Science, Courses of Lectures at the, 447
  • London United Tramway?, Sketch Map of, 642
  • London United Tramways Company, Electric Tramways System Extension, 519
  • London University Com mist ion Bill Passed, 85
  • London University Matriculation Examinations, ity 189
  • London Water, 508
  • London Water Supply, 85, 207, 328, 336, 418, 497, 544, 593, 615, 619
  • London Water Supply, Mr. Waltor Hunter's ;t- Evidence, 593
  • London Water Supply Question and the Local Authorities, 544
  • London Water Supply. Report of Sir Wm. Crookes and Prof. Dewar, 85
  • London Water Supply, Sir Wm. Crookes and Prof. Dewar’s Report, 619
  • Loom, Improvements in the Power, 241
  • Lössnitz Bridge lue Civil Engineering Supplement, July 22nd, 1898,
  • Loughborough, Water Supply Scheme for, 357
  • Lowell Textile School, The, 628
  • Lowry, Mr. Geo. A., On the Treatment of Cotton Fibre during the Last Hundred Years, 253
  • Lubricating Oils and Fats in the Workshop, Sampling and Testing, 50, 77
  • Lubricating Pump, Positive Sight-feeding, 167
  • Lubricator, Sight-feed, Messrs. Hartley and Co. 141
  • Lubricator, Single Connection Cylinder, 141
  • Lyddite Shell, Officers’ Reports on the, 541
  • Lymm and Critchley, Controlling Apparatus for Colliery Winding Engines, 45 k *Lyons and Sons c. Wilkins, 626
  • Lyster, Mr. A. G., Dock Extensions, Liverpool, 195, 199, 206, 262
  • Lyster, Mr. A. G., Roof Crane, Liverpool Docks, 199 y

M

  • McCAW, Mr. G. T., On tho Steering of ihe 3 Bicycle, 557
  • Machine Accidents Act, The, 95
  • Machine Design, Application of Graphic Interpolation in, 412
  • Machine Drills, Average Work of, 70 ,
  • Machine Stoker, Messrs. Ransomcs and Rapier, 382, 393
  • Machine Tools, 316
  • Belgium, Oponing for English in, 155
  • British and American, 543, 548, 572, 589, 614, 615, 649, 650
  • Muir and Co., 95
  • Myers’ Patent Sharpening Ma¬chine, 382
  • Spencer and Co.’s Improvements in, 483
  • Electrically-driven, Messrs. Bag- bie’s Works, Johannesburg, 516
  • Mack, M. E., On the Melting Points of Some Substances under High Pressures, 253
  • McLaren, Mr. Hy., “Premiums Paid to Experi¬ence,” 639
  • McLaren, J. A., Electrical Engineers' Specifica¬tions, 43, 69
  • M’Sharry, Mr., His Case against the Australasian Government, 628
  • Madrid Electricity Works, 8, 9
  • Maglin, M. E., On the Casting of Bronze Statues, 593
  • Magnetic Records at Greenwich, as Affected by South London Electric Railway, 35
  • Magnetism and the Spectrum, 9
  • Magneto-optic Phenomenon, Dr. S. P. Thomp¬son’s Experiments on a, 447
  • Magnetism, Conference on Terrestrial, 400
  • Magnets of Self-hardening Steel, Tests of, 137
  • Magnolia Metal Co. and Others, v. the Tandem Smelting Syndicate, Limited, 67
  • Maidstone Waterworks, 312
  • Mains, High-tension Trunk, 531
  • Mallaig Railway, The, 273, 274, 280
  • Manchester, Electric Tramway for, 593
  • Manchester, New Goods Station, Great Northern Railway, 223, 224, 230
  • Manchester Sjwage Disposal, 59, 181, 507, 617
  • Manchester Sewage Problem, Mr. M. Ingram on, 507
  • Manchester Ship Canal, 140, 154
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Important Industrial Development in Neighbourhood of, 140
  • Manganese from Bog Ore, 32
  • Manganess in Japan, 229
  • Manganese Steel in Place of Nickel, The United States Ordnance Department, 619
  • Manila Hemp, 30
  • Mann and Charlesworth, Messrs., Steam Cart, 225
  • Mansel, Mr. Robert, On Steamship Propulsion, 363
  • Map of the Central London Railway, 440
  • Map of Ceylon Railways, 174
  • Map of London United Tramways, Existing, Authorised and Proposed, 642
  • Marconi, Chevalier, His Wireless Telegraph Apparatus in Use at Osborne, 137
  • Mariaui, Colonel, On the New Guns, and the Possible Transformation of Italian Guns, 288
  • Marine Engineering Practice, Mr. F. T. Wolseloy- Lewis, 527
  • Marine Engineering, Shipbuilding and. on the
  • Thames in the Victorian Era—see Shipbuilding Marine Notes from America, 44, 628 Marten and Howl, Messrs., on the South Stafford¬shire Mines Drainage Scheme, 299 Martyn’s Locomotor Car or Steam Omnibus, 546
  • Marx and Co., Disclaimer from Messrs. Jacob, 117
  • Masonry Arches, On Long Span Three-hinged, 132
  • Massena Canal, Work on the, 229
  • Matches in France, Consumption per Head, 205
  • Mats, Collision, 588
  • Mathews, Mr. Thos , Well Borings and Special Arrangements of Pumps, 335
  • Mauser Bullets at Santiago, The Wooden, 419
  • Maxim, Mr. Hiram S., Process to Pro vent Erosion and Extend the Life of Guns, 846
  • Maxim Guns on Motor Cars, 137
  • Measurement, the Refinement of, The Proposed Foundation of a Public Institution for the Standardising and Verifying Instruments for, 352
  • Mechanical Draughtsmen, Position of, 256
  • Mechanical Engineers’ Institution—see Institution,
  • Mechanical Testing of Materials at the Locomotive Works of the Midland Railway, Derby, Mr. W. G. Peet on the, 480
  • M citing Points of S erne Substances under Pressure, xi On the, 253
  • Mtritens, M. de, 46 4
  • Marry weather and Sons, Limited, their New Fire Engine, 399
  • Merthyr, Electric Light and Light Railways for, 497
  • Mosnard, M. Paul, his Directions How to Form Concrete and Mortar, 85
  • Metal Tube Jointing Company, Manufacture of Bicycle Frames, 10
  • Metallic Piston Packing, The “ Lancaster," 603
  • Metalloids, Action of, on Cast Iron, 249
  • Metals, On the Internal Architecture of, by Prof. Arnold, 6
  • Metals, Transference of Heat in Cooled, 647
  • Meteorological Department of the British Asso¬ciation's Bristol Meeting, Proceedings in, 299
  • Meters, On Prepayment, 108, 128
  • Methyl-alcohol in Water, Maxima of Density of a Number of Solutions of, 229
  • Metropolitan Tramway System, Management of the, 619
  • Metropolitan Water Supply during July and August, 1898, 262, 396
  • Mexican Machinery Market, The, 648
  • Mexico, Mining, Agricultural, and Industrial Machinery Wanted in, 396
  • Mica Insulation Company c. the Electrical Com¬pany, Limited, 42
  • Mica Mines in Icd:a, 373
  • Micro-chemistry of Cementation, On the, 248
  • Micrometer Gauge?, 467
  • Microphone to a Telephonic Receiver, How to Intensify the Sound Transmitted by, 643
  • Mddlesbrough, Electric Lighting of, 279
  • Midland Hotel, Manchester, The New, 335
  • Midway “Densitas” Cane Clay, Morrison, Ingram, and Co.’s, 215
  • Miley’s Machine Tool Company, Standard Lathe, 83
  • Milford Haven, Line of Steamers to Canada, 519
  • Mill for Rolling Steel Plates to be put down at Trubia, 655
  • Mdling, Boring, and Facing Machine, Messrs. Thomas Blears and Co., 288
  • Milling Machine, Large Vertical, Messrs. William
  • Muir and Co., 95 Mil!workers as Employers, 267
  • Milner’s Safe Company, Limited, c. Campbell, 92
  • MiltoD, Staffordshire, Aluminium Manufacture at, 104, 117
  • Milwaukee, Stranding of the, 394
  • Mineral Products of New South Wales for 1896 and 1897, 382
  • Mineral Products of the United States fcr 1897,
  • 403
  • Mineral Prospeots of British Columbia, 190
  • Mineral Wealth of the Philippine Islands, 562
  • Miners’ Federation of Great Britain, Wage Con¬ference, 22, 135, 191, 216
  • Miners’ Education in Nova Scotia, 299
  • Miners and their Leaders, 306
  • Mines, Chinese Salt and Gas, 146
  • Drainage, South Staffordshire, 299, 376
  • Ethiopia, 93
  • Elban, 11
  • Gold, West Australian Chamber of. List of Cash Distributions for 1897,190
  • Sardinian, as Represented at the Turin Exhibition, 318
  • Szc-Chuan, China, Contract Granted to Mr. P. Morgan, 541
  • Timbering in the Cumberland and Fur¬ness Iron Ore, 299
  • Mining and Industrial Exhibition, Western Australia—see Exhibitions Mining Machinists, Gocd News for, 306
  • Mining in the Transvaal, Annual Report, 140
  • Minting in China, 63
  • Miyabara Water tube Boiler, The, 173
  • Mohegan, Wreck of the s.s., 428, 447, 469, 539
  • Moissan, M., On the Preparation of Crystallised Calcium, 35
  • Moissan, M., Grand Prize Awarded to, for Researches in Chemistry, 85
  • Moldenke, Dr. R., On the Melting Point of Cast Iron, 619
  • Molitor, Mr. David A , On Long Span Three- hinged Masonry Arches, 132
  • Monceau Steel Works and Rolling Mill, Blast
  • Furnace Works, Maizieres, Bought by, 484
  • Monster Trains, 512
  • Morbid Anatomy of Iron and Steel Ships, Mr. S. J. P. Thearle, 564, 603
  • Moretto, M. P., Maxima of Density of Different Solutions of Methyl-alcohol in Water, 229
  • Morewood’s Tin-plate Works, Strike at, 22, 72, 96
  • Morrison, Ingram, and Co.’s Midway “ Densitas” Cane Clay, 215
  • Morrison, Ingram, and Co., Patent Fuel Works, 141
  • Mortar, Strength of, 615, 651
  • Morton, Mr. Henry Thomas, 22
  • Moth, Cold Storage of Furs, &s., against the Ravages of the, 593
  • Motive Power Supplied by the, 73
  • Motor Car, Coal-gas Driven, Mr. W. H. Dunkly, 45
  • Electric Service in Sydney, Tenders for, Let to C. G. Hudson, 593
  • Movement, New Words Due to the, 325
  • Notes, 40, 58, 176, 495
  • Pontoon Raft, on a, 137
  • Trials in France, Heavy, 425, 426, 438
  • Paris, in, 612
  • Motor Omnibuses to Run in Birmingham, 593
  • Motor Traction, Paris Omnibus Co,, 85
  • Motor Tramcar, A Patton, 541
  • Motor Vehicles for Heavy Traffic, Trials of, 275, 540
  • Motor Vehicles, Martyn’s Locomotor Car or Steam Omnibus, 546
  • Muir and Co., Messrs. Wm , Spindle Profiling and General Milling Machine, 95
  • Muirhead, Mr. Jas., 451
  • Mumford’s Water-tube Boilers, 55, 136, 590
  • Municipal Advancement in America, 214
  • Municipal Plumbing Business, America, 214
  • Murray, Mr. A. T., New Machine for Drilling Iron, Steel, Brass, &c., 405
  • Musquetry and Gunnery of the Navy, 304
  • Myers' Patent Sharpening Machine, 381

N

  • NAGASAKI, Docks at, 396
  • Nagasaki, Shipping Industry of, 396
  • Nagel, Mr., his Appointment, 11
  • Naples Sewage Disposal, 396
  • Natal, Law relative to Trade in, 511
  • Naval Armaments, Design of Future, Experience in, Gained by the Santiago Fight, 121
  • College at Dartmouth, The, 293
  • Contracts, Sir C. Dilke on the Penalty Clauses in, 85
  • Defence, The French, 147
  • Engineers, 476
  • Engineers, America, 576
  • Engineer Appointments, 17, 34, 92, 120, 142, 163, 185, 209, 257, 300, 331, 353, 423, 467, 509, 515, 586, 618 Engineers, Claims of the, 598
  • Engineers, Rudyard Ripling and, 501
  • English Officer, Position of the, 324 Estimates, The French, 545
  • Expenses, Cape Colony Bill relative to, 497 ( Harbour, Dover, 80
  • Programme, Russian, 267
  • Station for the South Pacific, A Second, 35
  • War Game, The Jane, 581
  • Navies, Number of Trained Seamen in the British, French, Russian, and German, 279
  • Navigation Congress, Brussels: 82
  • Dredgers of Great Power, Recent Applications of, M. Massalski, 101
  • Dredgers and their Relation to Sea and Inland Navigation, Mr. L. W. Bates, 101
  • Dredgers, Sand Pump, Use of, for Improvement of Tidal Channels, Mr. W. H. Wheeler, 101
  • Dredgers, Suction, Mr. V. E. de Timonoff, 101
  • Dynamometer for Measuring Wave Stroke, Sir W. H. Bailey, 166
  • Navigation, In’and, Mr. E. D. Marten on the relative Advantages of Deepening Water¬ways either by Raising the Weirs or by Dredging, 102
  • Navigation, Inland, Mr. E. D. Marten on the Utilisation of the Power of the Weirs as a Motive Force, 102
  • Papers Sent in, Excursions Arranged, Coun¬tries Represented, 82
  • Port of Antwerp Visited, 125
  • Port of Zeebiugge, Works of the New, 146
  • Ship Canal, The Bruges, 146
  • Ship Canals, Papers on the Protection of the Banks of, by M. Grenier and Mr. llnnter, 125
  • Tidal Rivers, Five Papers relating to, 125
  • Navigation, Inland—see Papers on, Read at the Navigation Congress, Brussels, 101, 102
  • Navy, Musquetry and Gunnery of the, 304
  • Neeley, Mr. S. T., On the “ Compression End¬wise Test ’’ of Timber, 11
  • Nehling Casting Process under Trial at Messrs Bolckow, Vaughan, and Co.’s Works, 279
  • Neilson, Reid, and Co., Messrs., Narrow-gauge Locomotive, Soudan Railway, 226
  • Newcastle, Improvements on the Quayside, 191
  • Newcastle, New High-level Bridge at, 191
  • Newcomen Engine, 1803, 57, 65
  • Newport, I.W., Water Supply, 639
  • New South Wales in 1896 and 1897, Mineral Products of, 382
  • New South Wales, Shipments of Wool from, 593
  • New South Wales Tramways and Railways, 1897, 382
  • Newton Machine Tool Works, Electrically-driven Cold Saws, 153
  • New York and London Ports, Entrances and Clearances of Vessels for the Past Year, 447
  • New Zealand, Engineering Dispute in, 349
  • New Zialand Mines, Report of the Minister, 519
  • Niagara Falls, Age of, 473
  • Niagara Power Company, Electric Horse-power for the Union Carbide Company, 619
  • Nicaragua, Annual Rainfall, 85
  • Nickel from its Ores by the Mond Process, Extraction of, 472
  • Nickel Ores, New Caledonian Copper and, 628
  • Nickel Steel for Boiler and Atm our Plates, Ad¬vantages of, 177
  • Nile, Gunboats Wanted for, 373
  • North Pole, The So-called Displacements of the, 3. 85
  • Northern Finished Iron Conciliation Board, Mr. Waterhouse’s Statistics, 336
  • Northern of France, The, Mr. Chas. Rous- Martan, 68, 76, 100, 276, 284, 285, 367, 377, 487
  • Northwicb, Subsidence of Land at, 497
  • Norway, Cast Iron Lighthouse for. 426, 427
  • Norway. Revision of the Tariff of Custom Daes, 137
  • Norwegian State Railways, 616
  • Norwich Sewerage Works {see Civil Engineering Supplement, July 22nd, 1898)
  • Nova Scotia, Underground Certificates of, Mr. E. s Gilpin, jun., 299
  • 'Nursey, Mr. P. F., On the Preparation of Rhea Fibre for Textile Purposes, 485

O

Obituary:

  • Anderson, Sir Wm. (with Portrait), 587
  • Bailey, Mr. Percy D., 265
  • Bedford, Mr. John, 431
  • Beitb, Mr. Wm., 46
  • Bsntall, Mr. Edw. Hammond, 157
  • Chambers, Mr. Arthur Marshall, 234
  • Clark, Mr.'Josiah Latimer, 451
  • Colville, Mr. David, 442
  • Crowley, Mr. W. H., 167
  • Dorman, Mr. Robt Page, 360
  • Elliott, Mr. G. W., 70
  • Fowler, Sir John (with Portrait), 513
  • Galbraith, Mr. E. E., 375
  • Gauntlett, Mr. Wm. Hy.. 406
  • Gjers, Mr. John, 375, 398
  • Gledhill, Mr. M., 279
  • Gray, Sir Wm., 278
  • Heppell, Mr. Thos., 460
  • Herz, Dr. Cornelius, 40
  • Hopkinson, Dr. John, 234, 506
  • Hunter, Alderman Michael, 605
  • Innes, Mr., 519
  • Meritens, M. de, 464
  • Morton, Mr. Hy. Thomas, 22
  • Muirhead; Mr. Jas., 451
  • Neumann, Mr. Gan,, 133
  • Ogilvie, Mr. F. D. W., 375
  • Pease, Mr. Arthur, 240
  • Philipson, Mr. John, 22
  • Roberta, Mr. Llewellyn, 22
  • Rowan, Mr. David, 135
  • Salkeld, Mr. Win.. 578
  • Shepherd, Mr., 656
  • Sinclair, Mr. Robert, 471
  • Sopwitb, Mr. Thos., 133
  • Summerson, Mr. Thomas, 587
  • Swain, Mr. John, 278
  • Whittaker, Mr. J. W., 553
  • Wilde, Mr. F. S., 87
  • Wilson, Mr. Joseph William, 524
  • Wilson, Mr. Wm., 324, 349
  • Wrightson, Mr. Stephen, 577
  • Observatory on Pike’s Peak, 279
  • Oil-burning Locomotive for the Metropolitan Railway, 91
  • Oil Engines—see Engines, Oil
  • O.ls and Fats in the Workshop, Sampling and Testing Lubricating, 50, 77
  • Oils, Flash-point Test for Lubricating, 460
  • Oil Industry at North Formosa, 59
  • Ontario, Mr. T. W. Gibson on the Water Power available in, 473
  • Oregon at Santiago, The, 176
  • Ores, Treatment of Refractory Silver, 429
  • O3treicher, Adolph S., Application of Graphic Interpolation in Machine Design, 412
  • O’Toole, Rev. H., Improved Form of Hydro¬meter, 373
  • Overtaught Student, The, 526
  • Overtime in the Midlands, 616
  • Oxides Rsduced by Aluminium and Great Heat Obtained, 325

P

  • PACKING of the American Cotton Bale, 565
  • Packing, Lancaster Metallic Piston, 603
  • Paints, Preservative, 614
  • Paisley Water Supply, 396
  • Pall Mall Deposit Company, for the Preservation of Furs, &o., from Moths, 593
  • Panama Canal, The, 565
  • Pan-Germanic League, The, 409
  • Park, Tenders Invited for Purchase and Working of Waterworks, 325
  • Paris Central Electric Stations (ter Electrical Engineering Supplement, November 25th, 1898, v.-vii.)
  • Paris Electric Tramways, 85
  • Paris Exhibition of 1900—see Exhibition, Paris Paris, Motor Cars in, 612
  • Paris Omnibus Company, Motor Traction for its Rolling Stock, 85
  • Paris, Water Supply in, 581
  • Parker, Dr. J. G., Oa the Tanning Industry, 300
  • Parliament-street, Widening of, 619
  • Passenger Travel on Canals (see Civil Engineering Supplement, July 22nd, 1898)

Patents, American, Selected:

  • Acetylene Gas Lamp, G. E. Hesse, 338
  • Air Compressor, H. C. Sergeant, 122
  • Air Lock for Oaieoons, 8. Mattson, 98
  • Ammonia-gas Compressor for Ice Machines, J. J. Bailey, 658
  • Awning, J. B. Hogan, 194
  • Baling Press, C. L. Bessonette, 170
  • Bearings, Thrust, C. Sellers, 122
  • Bicycles, Power Mechanism for, C. T. Umsted, 462
  • Blast Furnace Iron Notch and Appliance, J. M. Hartman, 170
  • Boilers, Attachment for Steam, A. Griese, 314 .
  • Boiler Feeder, Automatic Steam, Downs and Johnston, 408
  • Boiler and Furnace, Steam, H. Stanton, 74
  • Boiler, Steam, H. Sec, New Vork, N.Y., 24
  • Boilers, Steam, C. Lloyd, 510
  • Boilers, Steam, Shanks and Kelly, jan., 608
  • Boiler, Steam, J. J. Tonkin, 74
  • Boilers, Water-tube Steam, H. Workman, 658
  • Bolts, Stay, J. Johnson and W. V. Lukens, 144
  • Bridges, Metal, J. E. Beer, 486
  • Burner for Pulverised Coal, G. W. Prescott, 294
  • Caulking Ships, W. P. Freeman, 314
  • Cinder Car, E. E. Slick and T. Morrison, 144 1
  • Coal Crusher, T. R. Griffith, 608
  • Coin-freed Apparatus for Supplying Liquids, R. J. Streatfeild, 24
  • Coke Manufacture, J. T. Key, 530
  • Conveyor, T. A. Edison, 98
  • Conveyor, H. F. Hodges, 314
  • Crank Shafts and Discs, A. L. Ide 98
  • Cutting Cloth, Messrs. Jackson and Boroughs, 218
  • Cycle Frames, Means for Making, F. A. Ellis, 212
  • Dock, Floating, L. E. Clark, 48
  • Dredge, Hydraulic, L. W. Bates, 218
  • Dredging Drag, J. Edwards, 632
  • Dynamo, Alternating - current, Hutin and Leblanc. 362
  • Electric Circuit Controller, N. Tesla, 530
  • Electric Ignites for Gas Engines, N. Tesla, 556
  • Electrically Coating Wire, W. S. Rawson, 632
  • Electric Motor, Alternating-current, W. Lang¬don-Davies, 74
  • Engine, Compressed Air, L. T. Gibbs, 294
  • Engine, Gas, J. Carnes and C. W. McKibben, 144
  • Engine, Oil or Gas, W. F. Trotter, 170
  • Engine, Rotary, F. J. Macey, 268
  • Engine, Steam, T. G. Clayton, 462
  • Engines, Rotary Steam, C. A. Holcomb, 580
  • Engine, Self-lubricating, E. E. Hanna, 338
  • Engine, Steam, W. F. and E. W. Cleveland, 122
  • Engine, Steam, H. Steven, 48
  • Excavating Machinery, A. Cryer and E. C. Newby, 144
  • Feed-water Heater, Sectional, J. E. Schlieper, 434
  • Feed-water Regulator for Boilers, A. Blechyn- den, 486
  • Fog Whistle. S. H. Hunter, 362
  • Furnace, Garbage, L. D. Smead, 434
  • Furnace, Garbage-burning, J. F. G. de Bonardi and A. D. F. de Villepigné, 74
  • Glass Furnaces, Keeping Glass Clear in, G. Sohluder, 98
  • God Mounting, C. Martin, 74
  • Guns, Mounting for Disappearing, A. T. Dawson, 242
  • Hammer, Compressed Air, J. Schmidt, 98
  • Hammer, Metal Beater, J. E. Hermann, 408
  • Harrow, G. W. Ream, 486
  • Hose Coupling, J. N. Me Loan, 170
  • Hydrocarbon Incandescent Lamp, G. Washing¬ton, 434
  • Injector, W. A. Downes, 408
  • Insulator, C. Winguard, 386
  • Jack Sorew, T. Coaghlan, 632
  • Locomotive Engine, G. S. Strong, 338
  • Measuring Cloth, J. E. Windle, 486
  • Meter, Steam, G. C. St, John, 48
  • Morticing Chisel, W. Potter, 530
  • Motor, Alternating-current Induction, C. S. Bradley, 462
  • Motors, Gas, Pratis and Mazengo, 608
  • Motors, Method of and Means for Securing Constant Torque in Polyphase, B. G. Lamme, 580
  • Motor Vehicles, Steering Wheel for, Club and Southey, 658
  • Notch Gun for Blast Furnaces, J. M. Hartman, 580
  • Ordnance, Charging, F. W. Hawkins, 556
  • Ordnance, Primer for, T. G. Bennett, 314
  • Ore Pulveriser, J. R. Moffitt, 632
  • Oxide of Iron, Reducing, A. Karyscheff, 486
  • Pipe Cutter, Morse and Rich, 462
  • Pipe Wrench, L. C. Springer, 122
  • Press, Hydraulic, F. M. Leavitt, 212
  • Projectiles, Armour-piercing, H. A. Brustleio, 144
  • Protectors for Stay Bolts, F, J, Coins, 194
  • Pomp, E. H. Oderman, 24
  • Reflectors, S. O. Cowper-Coles, 122
  • RiDgbom, O. A., Steam Engine, 408
  • Rolling Hollow Ingots into Tubes, J. C. Stur¬geon, 98
  • RopedriviDg Machinery, T. S. Miller, 608
  • Scarifying and Breaking Roads, Apparatus for, Bomford and Evershed, 362
  • Screw Propellers, P. A, N. Winand, 314
  • Signalling, Railway, W. A. Babcock, 218
  • Springs, Carriage, S. R. Bailey, 608
  • Tire and Rim, Elastic, F. Berger, 462
  • Tool Handles, F. Baker. 632
  • Tubes, Mechanism for Expanding and Enlarg¬ing Metallic, R. C. Stiefel, 268
  • Tubes, Polygonal, C. P. Higgins, 294
  • Turf Making, J. A. Charnock, 194
  • Turbine, Marine Steam, C. A. Parsons, 510
  • Turbines, Power-transmitting Apparatus for Steam, E Seger, 486
  • Vacuum, Apparatus for Producing High, Messrs. Barr and Stroud, 194
  • Valve, Blow-off, D. Maclean, 386
  • Valve Gear, L. A. Lang, 386
  • Valve Gear for Air Compressors, E. T. Sederholm, 386
  • Valve Mechanism for Steam Pipes, G. de Laval, 268
  • Vapour Generator and Burner, Entwistle, Starr, Talley, and Lorance, 194
  • Velocipedes in Railway Cars, Carrying, F. H. Skrine, 194
  • Water-cooling Device, W. F. Niebling, 632
  • Wood Grinder for Pulp Making, B. Eilers, 386
  • Wrenches, F. Olsen, 194
  • Patents, Electrical, 82
  • Patents, Germany, Applied for in, 1896-1897, 349 Patents in Japan, Foreign, 180 Patent Law, 158
  • Patent Laws, The, 158, 578
  • Patent-office, A Chinese, 59
  • Patent-office Library, The, 105, 522, 573, 615
  • Patent Wheel and Axle Company, Registered, 96
  • Patton Motor Tramcar, Test of a, 541
  • Pavements in Berlin, Stone, Asphalt, and Wood, 35
  • Pavements, Wood, Steepest Gradient on which they Should be Laid, 177
  • Paving, Cork, 27
  • Pearson, Mr. W. H., On an Old Newcomen Engine, 318 Pease, Mr. Arthur, 240
  • Peebles, Mr. W. Carmichael, On the Commercial Gas Engine, 128
  • Peet, Mr. W. Gadeby, Mechanical Testing of Materials at the Locomotive Works of the Midland Railway, Derby, 480
  • Penalty Clauses in Naval Contracts, Sir C. Dilke on, 85
  • Pencoyd Iron Company’s Steel Plant. 430
  • Pendulum Oscillations, Prof. Righi’s Apparatus for Representing the Resultant of Two, 301
  • Penn and Sons, Engines of the Sphinx, 1882, and the Warspite, 1888, 317,318, 320, 321
  • Penn and Sons, Limited, An Engineering Contract Question, 450
  • Penny Postage to India, 619
  • Pentane Lamp, Prof. A. G. Vernon - Harcourt’s New Form of, 300
  • Peru, Coal Deposits in, 136
  • Petroleum, Flash Point of—see Flash Point
  • Flash Point of, 189, 237
  • American and Russian, Relative Qualities of, 541
  • Engineering Trades and, 597
  • Laws, 59
  • Discovery of, in the North-West Terri¬tories, 205
  • Incandescent Lighting by, in Spain, Spring in Roumania, A New, 497
  • Vapour, its Production and Use (Illus¬trated), 49
  • Philippine Islands, Mineral Wealth of the, 562
  • Philipson, Mr. John, 22
  • Photography without Light, Dr. W. J. Russell, 35
  • Physics of Timber, Prof. B. E. Fernow’s Circular Doaling with, 11
  • Picketting, 622
  • Pickles and Son, Messrs. J., Wood-planing Machine, 602
  • Pidgeon, Mr. W. R., On an ‘‘Influence Ma¬chine,” 447
  • Pier Extension at Dover, The Admiralty, 619
  • Pig Iron Demand from Australia, 214
  • Pig Iron Industry in South Staffordshire, The, 214
  • Pig Iron Production, 1898, German, 229 ,
  • Pile-driving Machine for Heavy Ground, 600
  • Pilotage Regulations, Inconsistency of Our, 419
  • Pintsch Lighting Company, Combined Acetylene i acd Oil-gas Plant, 258
  • Pipes. Cast Iron, Glasgow invites Tenders for, 109
  • Pipes, Cast Iron, for the Glasgow Corporation, Order given to a Local Firm, 266
  • Pipes, Jointing Sewer, 163
  • Pipes, Jointing, with Cement and Soda, 214
  • Pistol, Borchardt Automatic Repeating, 186
  • Piston-rods, Carbon in, 94
  • Pit Lads' Strike, 62, 88, 119,191, 209, 239
  • Pittsburgh Locomotive and Car Works, The Largest Locomotive in the World, 474, 479, 546
  • Planing Machine, Wood, 602
  • Plata Basin, Drainage Area of the, 279
  • Plates, Stross in Flat, 414
  • Platinum Mines, The Russian, 593
  • Plumbago, Rise in the Price, 419
  • Plymouth Corporation Waterworks, The, 321, 323, 326, 346, 388
  • Plymouth Water Supply, 301
  • Pneumatic Despatch Tubes, First Use of, 253
  • Pneumatic Tire, The Cottrell, 504
  • Pneumatic Wheels, Advantage of, 303
  • Pocket-knives for America, English v. German, 304
  • Pollitt, Mr. H., 7ft. Coupled Engines for the Great Central, 155
  • Population of the Globe, M. P. D'Amfreville on the, 473
  • Port of Zeebrugge, Now, 146
  • Portland Cement Deposit, Ontario, 155
  • Portland Cement, World’s Annual Output of, 109
  • Portland, Oregon, U.S.A., Floating Dry Dock Wanted at, 102

Portraits:

  • Anderson, Sir Wm., 587
  • British Officials of the Imperial Japanese Rail¬ways, 103
  • Fowler, Sir John, 313
  • Hopkinson, Dr. John, 234
  • Macdonald, Mr. John, 103
  • Page, Mr. W. H., 103
  • Trevithick, Mr. R. F., 103
  • Postage to India, Penny, 619
  • Postal Rates, Imperial Conference on. 64
  • Power Loom, Improvements in the, 241
  • Preece, Mr. W. IL, On Etheric Telegraphy (Electrical Engineering Supplement, November 25th, 1898)
  • Preece, Mr. W. H., Presidential Address, 446, 449, 472, 493
  • “ Premiums Paid to Experience,” Mr. Hy. McLaren on, 639
  • Preservative Paints, Improvements in, 614
  • Pressure Attained by Superheated Water, 85
  • Prism Globe, The, 447
  • Proctor, Mr. Jas., Blowing Engines, 138
  • Profit Sharing, 163
  • Projectiles for Spain, Messrs. Thos. Firth and Sons, 167
  • Projectiles in the United States, On the Cost of Large, 205
  • Propellers, Screw, 570, 615
  • Propeller Shafts, 112, 132
  • Propeller Shaft, Repairing a Screw, 600
  • Propeller Starter, Hydraulic, 64
  • Property in Design and the Position of Draughts¬men, Mr. Geo. Rnssell on, 657
  • Propulsion, Steamship, Mr. R. Mansel on, 363
  • Pullman Car Company, Double-deck Electric Tramcar, 41
  • Pamping, Electric Power, on the Sonth Stafford¬shire Mines Drainage, Scheme with Special Regard to, 299
  • Pumping Engines—see Engines, Pumping Pumping Machinery in Bulgaria, Demand for, 253
  • Pumping Machinery, North-Eastern Steel Com¬pany, 550
  • Pump, Lubricating, Klein Engineering Company, 167
  • Pumps, High-speed Air, 457, 515, 549, 574, 588, 615, 651
  • Punching and Shearing Machines, Portable Hand, 575
  • Pyrometor, A New American, 653

Q

  • QUARTZ, Mr. S. J. Barnatt on the Coefficient of Rigidity of, 229
  • Quebec Railway Bridge, The, 506
  • Queensland Fruit Trade, Dried Bananas, 593

R

  • RACK Saw Guard, Messrs. J. and F. Howard, 302

Railways:

Railway Accidents:

  • Basford Hall Sidings, near Crewe, 519
  • Belfast and Northern Counties Line, 59, 593
  • Blue-book Issued containing Returns of Acci¬dents in the United Kingdom during Three Months ending March 31st, 1898, 177
  • Brechin, 497
  • Caledonian Railway, Maryhill Station Collision, Lieut.-Col. Yorke’s Report, 253
  • Crewe Station, Collision near, 565
  • Grand Trunk Railway of Canada, 541
  • Great Central, Attempt to Wreck a Train near Lees Bridge, 349
  • Great Central Railway, Wrawby Junction, 396
  • Great Eastern, Collision, 619
  • Great Northern, Peterborough, Accident Averted, 447
  • Great Southern and Western Railway, Ireland, Permanent Way Destroyed by Floods, 396 Great Western, Attempt to Wreck a Train, 541
  • Great Western, Breaking of a Connecting-rod of a Locomotive, 85
  • Great Western, Carey Bridge, 85
  • Great Western, near Did cot, 94
  • Great Western, Narrow Escape, 643
  • Great Western, near Penryn, Cornwall, 447
  • Great Western, between St. Thomas' and St. David'8 Stations, 473
  • Glasgow and South-Western, near Closeburn, 565
  • Half-year’s Accidents, A, 456
  • Harrogate, 373
  • Jarrow and Hebburn, Level Crowing Accident, 643
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Breaking of an Out¬side Rod, 279, 301
  • Leicester, Due to Sloping Platforms, 396
  • London and North-Western and Midland, Four Attempts at Wrecking Trains on the, 279, 419
  • London and South-Western, near Clapham Junction, 541
  • London and South-Western, near Tresmeer Station, 519
  • Midland, Melton, 419
  • Midland, Wellingborough, Corridor Dining Express, 253, 279, 304, 330, 468
  • Midland, Ynysgeinon, Collision at, 565
  • North London Railway, as the Broad-street Terminus, 304
  • North-Western, at Bisford Wood on the, 279
  • Rolleston-on-Dove, 2
  • St. Gotbard Railway, Landslip at Sasso Rosso, 643
  • Sheffield Station, Colonel Addison's Report on, 59
  • South-Eastern Railway Station, Dover, 613
  • Trouville Express, Derailment of, 177
  • United Kingdom, Last Year’s, 304
  • United States, Train Accident Records, 35,137,
  • 304, 396, 593
  • Waterloo and City, Hitch in the Working, 373

Railways, British:

  • Baker-street and Waterloo, 450, 593
  • Caledonian, Extension, Glasgow, 447
  • Cambrian, Summer Express Service on, 360
  • Central London, The, 349, 439, 443, 473, 490, 613
  • Cornwall, North (See Civil Engineering Supple¬ment, July 22nd, 1898)
  • Ealing and South Harrow, 489
  • Ep3om Downs, Extension of (see Civil Engineer¬ing Supplement, July 22nd, 1898)
  • Fishguard and Rosslare, 120, 419, 473, 541
  • Glasgow, Motherwell, and Sanquhar Railway Extension, 565
  • Great Central 15, 108, 109, 137, 155, 253, 310, 349, 439, 443, 465, 473, 490-we also Para¬graph, page 11,
  • Great Eastern, New Station at Felixstowe, 35
  • Great Eastern, Proposal Respecting Light Rail¬ways, 209
  • Great Northern Goods Depot, Manchester, 45, 287, 290
  • Great Northern New Goods Station, Man¬chester, Mr. W. T. Foxlee, 223, 224, 230
  • Great Northern, Train Mileage of the, 177
  • Great Northern at Werrington, Artesian Boring Operations Carried Out by the, 593, 602
  • Great Southern, The, 319
  • Great Western Railway Company, 81
  • Great Western, New Line, Bristol and South Wales Direct, 35
  • Great Western, Newport and Pontypridd Line to be taken over by the, 593
  • Great Western, A Remarkable Run on, by Mr. Chas. Rous-Marten, 437, 469
  • Great Western, Widening of Line between Bridgend and Tondu, 406
  • Great Western, Works on the, 618
  • Irish, 473
  • Lanark and Dumfries-shire Railway, Extension Scheme, 565
  • Leek and Manifold Valley, 619
  • London, Brighton, and South Coas‘, Altera¬tions of the Victoria Terminus, 419
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast, Altera¬tions in the Train Service, 643
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast, Bill for Widening Line, 109
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast, Quicker Service to Brighton, 349
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast Company’s Works, 58
  • London, Chatham, and Dover, Increased Re¬ceipts of, 177
  • London and North - Western, Eogineer's Report, 239
  • London and North-We3tern, Projected New Line from Nuneaton to Tamworth, 619
  • London and South-Western, Anniversary of the Laying of the Foundation Stone of the First Dock at Southampton Celebrated, 373
  • London and South-Western, Extension to Bude, 177
  • London and South-Western, Provision at Southampton for the Live and Dead Meat Trade, 473
  • London and South-Western, Bill before Parlia¬ment for the Extension of Waterloo Station, &c. &c., 463
  • London and South-Western, Traffic Receipts of, 177
  • London, Tiibury, and Southend Railway, Con¬nection with the District Railway Resolved on, 85
  • Mallaig Railway, The, 273, 274, 280
  • Marlborough and Grafton, Keystone of the New Tunnel Laid, 35
  • Metropolitanand Metropolitan District, Experi¬ments with Electric Traction on the Inner Circle, 519
  • Midland, Contract for the New Loop Line, 22
  • Midland, Electric Installation for Light and Power on, 413, 643
  • Midland, Extensions, Projected, 519
  • Midland, New Carriage Works of the, 577
  • Midland, Order for Locomotives placed with
  • American Firms, 619
  • Midland, Widening of, at Kentish Town (see Civil Engineering Supplement, July 22nd, 1898)
  • North British, St. Rollox Goods Station, Destroyed by Fire, 155
  • North-Eastern, Bridge over the Tyne, New, 553
  • North-Eastern, Extension in East Durham, 419
  • North-Eastern, Extension from Stockton to Billingham Beck, 578
  • North-Eastern, Extensions at the North-road Engineering Works at Darlington, 360
  • North-Eastern and the Proposed Durham Coast Line, 142
  • North-Eastern, Purchase of New Sites near Stockton Station, 553
  • North Sunderland, Opened, 142
  • Plymouth, Improvements at, 353
  • Sheffield District, 109
  • Sheffield and Neighborhood, Developments at, 349
  • South Devon, Extension in, 429
  • South-Eastern and Lindon, Chatham, and Dover, Proposed Amalgamation, 11, 325
  • South Wales, and Dock Bills, 513
  • Tdlf Vale, Dispute on the, 419, 473
  • Tees, Along the North Bink of the, 578
  • Victoria Station Extensions and Alterations, 396, 419
  • Waterloo and the Bank, 66
  • Waterloo and City Electric, Hitch in the Working, 373
  • West London, The, 348

Railways, Electric:

  • American Electric Traction, Record Speeds Obtained, 419
  • Buenos Ayres, 137
  • Chicago, The Elevated Electric Railways of, 473
  • Chicago to Waukegan (Electric Engineering Supplement, November 25th, 1898, xiv.) Germany, Portable Field or Electric Railway, 593
  • Great Northorn, Electric Line from Wood
  • Green to the Strand Projected, 541
  • Kansas City, Operating Expenses of Single Line, 85
  • Long-distance Electric Railways, 293
  • New York Electric Traction for Cable, Substi¬tution of, 643
  • Overhead Trolley, Limitations to the, 511
  • South America (Electric Engineering Supple¬ment, November 25ib, 1898, xiv.)
  • South London, Its Effect on the Magnetic Records at Greenwich, 35
  • Swiss Electric on the Three-phase System, 396
  • United States, A Long Electric Railway (Elec¬tric Engineering Supplement, November 25th, 1898, xiv.)
  • Volk’s Brighton, 5S
  • Washington, Conduit Electric Road in, Work¬ing of, Interfered with by Rain, 229
  • Waterloo and City, 59, 373

Railways, Foreign:

  • African, Beira, 419 African, South. Cape-Natal Line, 607
  • American, A More Liberal Expenditure on, 143
  • American Railway Record, A New, Mr. C. Rous-Marten, 135, 458
  • Argentine, 325
  • Australian—see also Letters from our own Cor¬respondents, 264, 361, 430
  • Austrian State, The Arlberg Tunnel Section, 492, 498
  • Belgium, Mileage and Traffic, 35
  • California, The Sierra-Pacific, 137
  • Canadian, Inter-Colonial, 155
  • Canadian Pacific Extension, 265
  • Cape Colony, Railway Extension Enterprise, 204, 526
  • Ceylon, Tbs Broad and Narrow gauge Problem, 174
  • Ceylon, with Sketch Map of Present and Pro¬jected, 176
  • China, Russian Opposition to the Northern Railway Extension Loan withdrawn, 59
  • Chinese, Canton to Chengtu, 519
  • Chinese Railways, Edict Respecting Direction of, 137
  • Chinese, A German Traveller’s Account of, 326
  • Chinese, and the Iron Trade, 134
  • Chinese, Kiusin Extension, 396
  • Chinese Railways, Nin-Chwang Extension Line, 155, 497
  • Chinese, The Pekin-Hankow Line, 11, 349
  • Chinese, Tient-tsin-Chiw Kiang, 140, 519
  • Congo, 106, 110
  • Corea, 35
  • Egypt, Railway Development in, 437
  • Finland State, Extension of, 325
  • Finland State, Reduction of Rites of Carriage on, 325
  • Formosa, North, Need of, 59
  • French Railways and their Work, by Chas.
  • Rous-Marten, La Chemin de Fer du Nord, 68, 76, 100, 276, 284, 285, 367, 377, 487, 649
  • German State, 35
  • Hungarian, From Gabela to Castelnuovo, 155
  • Indian Administration, Report on, 59
  • Assam-Bengal Extension, 253
  • Assom-Bengal Line, Murder of Mr. F. S. Wilde by Pathans, 85
  • Bengal-Dooars, 35
  • Bombay Presidency, Additions to the Mileage, 541
  • Ghaziabad-Moradab Line, 279
  • lherria, 35
  • Khyber, Line up the, 85
  • Madras Railway, Mileage of, 11
  • Raipur to Vizianagram Much Needed, 59
  • Report for the Official Year ending March 31st, 1898, 392
  • Scheme for Patrolling the Lines and Guarding the Bridges, 229
  • Indo-China, 612
  • Italian Government Railway Commission, 519
  • Italian, New Line in the Mount Districts of Rome, 253
  • Italian, Sig. Guiseppe Spera on, 205
  • Japanese, 304, 396, 404, 512
  • Japanese Imperial Railways at Kobe, Work¬shops of the, 512 Jungfrau, 304, 349
  • Kansas City, Operating Expenses of Electric Railway, 85
  • Manchurian, The Progress of, 349
  • Mediterranean and Persian Gulf, 630
  • Mexico, Total Mileage of Railways in, 419
  • Mombasa-Victoria-Uganda, 129
  • New South Wales, 190, 304, 382, 396
  • New South Wales, Report for the Quarter ending June 30th, 1898, 264
  • New York Central, Monster Trains on the, 512
  • New Zealand, Mr, J. Cad man's Statement of the Working Results for Past Year, 309 New Zealand, Mr. F. T. Rotheram’s Report on, 253
  • Northern Pacific, 265
  • Norwegian State, 616
  • Norwegian State, Tenders invited by, 35
  • Orange Free State, 70, 579
  • Pennsylvania, Four-tracking of a Line, 265
  • Prussian, Net Revenue from, 85
  • Queensland, 506
  • Russian, 4, 253, 503
  • Archangel, The first in, 263
  • Baltic Provinces, Riga to Windau, 108
  • Far East, 11
  • Russian Lines Opened and under Construction at the End of 1897, 253
  • Moscow to Windau, 373
  • Northern Line to Petersburg, 304
  • Petersburg to the White Sos, 121
  • Popassnaja to Nikitovka, 593
  • Tittis to Kars, 229
  • Trans-Caspian to the Afghan Frontier, Branch Line from the, 325
  • Trans-Siberian, 25, 85, 99, 137, 155, 234, 325, 349, 497, 593
  • Vladicaucas Line to Astrakan Com¬pleted, 229
  • Scandinavian, The Trans, 347
  • Siam, Bangkok to Korat, 419
  • Simplon Railway Tunnel, Progress of, 497 Soudan, 226, 473
  • South African Railway Extension, 93, 506, 552, 693
  • Spanish, The AJgeciras-Bobadilla, 447
  • Swedish, from Gotbcnbu'g to the Norwegian
  • Frontier, 304 Syria and Ottoman, 477
  • Trans-Caspian Line, Service of Trains between Merv and Kousihka, 593
  • Trans-Scandinavian, The New, 347
  • Uganda, Parliamentary Paper Describing the Construction Works and Progress on, 137, 279
  • United States, The Dauphin Line, 593
  • United States Railways, 1897, 373
  • Victorian Railway Extension, Mildura, 567
  • Yukon Railway, 109, 473

Railways, Light:

  • Alton and Basingstoke, 393
  • Applications for, Received by the Commis¬sioners, 565
  • Belgium, Progress of, io, 204
  • Board of Trade’s Modified Rules with Respect to, 373
  • Board of Trade, Six Orders for, Authorised by the, 205
  • Bristol, 565 Colne, 541 Derbyshire, 85
  • Great Eastern Railway Company, 109 Lanark and Dumfries, 155
  • Lind’s End District, 619 Leek and Manifold, 619
  • Leighton Buzzard, to Harlington and Uitchin, 325
  • London, 613
  • Lynton and Barnstaple, American Locomotive for, 323
  • Merthyr and Dowlais and Merthyr and Cufo, 415
  • Minehead to Lynmouth, Refused, 153
  • North liolderness, from Beverley to Beeford, 593
  • Perth, Bankfoot Light Railway Order Con¬firmed, 532
  • Prescott and Liverpool, Between, 352
  • Staffordshire, 473
  • Wales, Glamorgan, 373
  • Wales, Gower, near Swansea, 383
  • Wiltshire, Grately and Porton to Amesbury and Shrewton, 325
  • Wiltshire, Between Powsey and Salisbury, 177, 253
  • Wood Green to Edmonton and to Tottenham,
  • The Scheme Withdrawn, 59

Railway Locomotives, Material, and Various Matters:

  • Acetylene Gas for Railway Carriage Lighting in Canada, 373
  • American Railway Travelling, 598
  • Anthracite, Effect of the Combustion of, on Wrought Iron Tubes, 349
  • Appointments and Retirements, Official, 11, 519, 541, 565
  • Atmosphere of the Underground Railways, 87,
  • Automatic Couplers likely to be Made Com¬pulsory on British Railways, 619
  • Axles, Scrap Iron Car, South Pacific Railway Shops, 619
  • Bicycles on Railways, Carriage of, 102
  • Bicycle Traffic on Railways, Increasing, 593
  • Bills Deposited, 35, 46, 72
  • Board of Trade and Railways, 58
  • Boyden and Westinghouse Companies, The Fight between the, 59
  • Bridge over the Hooghly, 229
  • Bridge, Qaebec Railway, 506
  • Bridge across the Volga at Vinnovka, 325
  • British Officials on the Imperial Japanese Rail¬ways, 103
  • “British Expresses, 1898,” 565
  • Burnisher for the Journals of Axles of Locomo¬tives and Cars, 419
  • Cable Haulage for Passenger Railway Work, 1838, 373
  • Caledonian Railway Employés’ Annual Excur¬sions, 253, 309
  • “Calvert," Origin of the Name of, on the
  • Great Central, 541
  • Coal Supply for the Central of Brazil State Railway, 325
  • Compressed Air as a Means of Power Trans¬mission, Developments in the Use of, 643
  • Dangers of Sloping Railway Platforms and Bogie-wheeled Barrows, 396
  • Economic Railway Construction in Victoria
  • (sre Civil Engineering Supplement, July 22nd, 1898)
  • Electric Excavator, The Thompson, Central Loudon Railway, 490
  • Electric Lighting, Santa Fé Railway Company’s Trains, by Electricity Generated from the Car Axles, 541
  • Exhibits at South Kensington, Railway, 561
  • Extension, Railway, 4
  • Ferry across the Thames, Proposed, 565
  • Ferry, Railway, The Largest in America, 229
  • Gasoline Power Plant, Chicago and North-Western Railway, 552
  • Great Central, Attempt to Wreck a Train near Openshaw, 349
  • Norwich Works, Visit to the, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 155, 190
  • Indian Railways, Expenditure on State Railway Stores, 229
  • Indian Railways, Improvements in Earnings, 229
  • Indian Railways, Mileage and Rolling Stock, 301
  • Lignite Fuel Records, Houston and Texas Cen¬tral Railway, 109
  • Liquid Fuel on the Underground Railway, 87,
  • Locomotives Aot, 1898, The, 446, 618
  • American, for the Midland, 619 American, in Japan and Aus¬tralia, 404
  • American, for the Manchurian Railway, 349
  • American, Narrow-gauge, Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, 323
  • American in Australia, 404
  • Austrian (Supplement, September ïird, 1898), 129, 131, 300, 307
  • British, for Belgium, 423
  • Blue Asbestos Coverings for, 177
  • Breadalbanes, The, and the Duna¬lastairs, 171
  • Breaking of a Connecting-rod on, 85
  • British r. American, 651
  • British, for Belgium, 423
  • Caledonian Railway, 177
  • Caledonian, Tests, 624, 625, 626
  • Canadian Pacific, Leading Dimen¬sions, 506
  • Can it bs made a Condensing Engine, The, 22
  • Chemin de Fer du Nord, Of the, M. de Glehn, 68, 76, 100, 276 284, 285, 367, 377, 487, 649
  • Compound, 457
  • Compound, Two-cylinder, Con¬verted into a Three-cylinder Compound of a New Type, 205
  • C 'rnpound, Canadian Pacific Railway, Leading Dimensions, 506
  • Congo Railway, 108 Constructed by Mr. D. Drum¬mond, Conversion of into Dun¬alastairs, 177
  • Construction in America, Cast Steel in, 334
  • Crane Combined, and, 210
  • Derwent, The, to be Placed in Darlington Station, 497
  • Design, Working Stresses of Materials employed in, Mr. F. J. Cole on, 497
  • Diagram Showing Seven of the Great Western’s Early, 565
  • Dunalastairs, 171, 177
  • Economy of Heavy, 576
  • Electric, in France, 62 Export from Germany, 1897, 8, 22
  • Express, on all British Railways,
  • Outside Cylinders Abandoned, 177
  • Express, Grand Trunk Railway, 20
  • Express, Great Central Railway, 7ft. Coupled, Mr. H. Pollitt's, 155
  • Express, for the Great Eastern, Mr. Jas. Holden’s (Bogie Single-wheel Liquid Fuel-burn¬ing), 204, 413
  • Express, Great Eastern, Mr. Chas. Rous-Marten, On, 532
  • Express, for the Great Eastern, Mr. J as. Stirling’s 7ft. Coupled, 205
  • Express, Highland Railway, 30, 36, 67
  • Express, London and South- Western, Mr. Dugald Drum¬mond (Supplement, Av<put26th, 1898), 155, 211, 212, 356
  • Express, North British, Mr. M. Holmes’, 3, 155
  • Express, North - Eastern, Mr. Chas. Rous - Marten on, 205, 378
  • Express, Northern of France, 68, 76, 100, 276, 284, 285, 367, 377, 649
  • Express, Mr. W. H. Smith on the Results of Recent Practical Experience with, 436, 449, 452, 455
  • Finland, American, for, 540
  • French, 68, 76, 100, 276, 284, 285, 367, 377, 487, 649
  • Great Central Railway, Twenty New, for the, 253
  • Great Eastern, Fifty New, for, 109
  • Great Northern, Mr. Rous- Marten on, 198, 205, 237, 261, 287
  • Great Western’s Early, Diagram of, at the South Kensington, 565
  • Heavy Goods, Economy o‘, 576
  • High-pressure, 87
  • High Pressures for, American
  • Engineering News, 70 on Highways, 508
  • on Highways Bill, Several Drafting and other Amendments Agreed to, 59
  • Horse-power of, 238
  • The Iron Duke Re-built and Re-named the Jubilee, by Mr. F. W. Webb, 205
  • for Japan, 373, 404, 523
  • Japan, American, 404
  • London, Chatham, and Dover, Mr. Wm. Kirtley, 325
  • London and North-Western, Mr. F. W. Webb, 205
  • Largest in the World, and its Boiler, 474, 475, 479, 546
  • Midland Railways, Mr. S. W. Johnson, 165, 205
  • Narrow-gauge Railways, 163
  • Narrow-gauge, Soudan Railway, 226
  • New Zealand, American, 190, 238
  • North-Western, Water Softening for, 177
  • Performance, 436, 449
  • Performance, American, 163
  • Piston Valves for, 20
  • Locomotives Practice in Austria, Modern Goods (Supplement, September 23rd, 1898), 129, 131, 300, 307
  • Queensland Railways, Walkers Limited, 430
  • Reconstructing, 324
  • Remarkable, 331
  • Run on a Four-cylinder, 415
  • South-Eastern Railway, Mr. J. Stirling, 205
  • Water Supply of, Advantages and Disadvantages of Track Tanks and the Water Column System. 447
  • Mackerel Carried over Irish Railways in Six Months, 229
  • Midland, Carriage Works Visited, 104
  • Midlands, Overtime in the, 646
  • Midland, Train Mileage of, 137
  • North Eastern Railway Company, Death of B.
  • Dobson, one of the Oldest Employ6s of the, 643
  • Overhead Trolley, Limitations to the, 541
  • Painting and Lettering Locomotives and Tenders, Saving in the Method of, 473
  • Permanent Way, American, Exported to Bom¬bay, 541
  • American Steel, 348
  • Boyenval Sleeper, 108
  • Continuous, The Electrician on, 955
  • Continuous, and the Strain which is Due to Tempera¬ture Variations, 155
  • Contracts for Large Orders for the Victorian Government, 253
  • Discussion on, 42
  • Fa k Cast-welded Rail Joints,
  • The Electrician on, 155
  • Furness, Use of Heavier Rails, &c., 215
  • Gauge, The Question of, English and Russian, 214
  • London and South-Western and American, 11
  • Narrow-gauge, Two Feet and Under, Mr. James Proctor on, 139
  • Narrow-gauge, Two Feet and Under, Mr. L. S Roberts on, 104
  • Norwegian State Railways, Contracts Open, 334
  • Plates and Rivets, 145
  • Railway Gauge, 214
  • Rail Spikes and, Norwegian
  • State Railways, Contracts Open, 334, 356
  • Rolling Stock and, South African needs Reconstruc¬tion and Improvement, 278
  • Mr. C. P. Sandberg on the Danger of Using too Hard Steel Rails, 221, 227
  • Steel Rails in America, Re¬duction in the Cost of, 229
  • Steel Sleepers, 324
  • Swept away by Floods in Ire¬land, 396
  • Weight of, Lieutenant-Colonel Yorke on, 11
  • Queensland Pail way Revenue, 190
  • Refrigerating Cars for the Cape Government Railways, 657
  • Rolling Stock Built by the Ashbury Railway Carriage Company, 167
  • Great Central Railway, 167
  • Indian, 301
  • Metropolitan Railway Company (Supplement, December 9th, 1898),
  • Refrigerating Cars for the Cape Government, 657
  • Russian Railway Carriages to be Lighted by Electricity, All, 593
  • Springs for, 130
  • Testing Material for (Illustrated), 1, 75,130,145, 200, 219, 296, 364, 411
  • Trans-Siberian, Arrival of the First Goods Train at Irkutsk, 234
  • Trans - Siberian, Express Train, Moscow Kursk Workshops, 137
  • Trans-Siberian Railway, Hospital Cars, 137
  • Trans-Siberian Railway, Trains de Luxe, 85
  • Trains, Atmospheric Resistance to the Motion of, 164
  • Train Communication between Railway Passen¬gers and Guards and Drivers, 11
  • Trains, Monster, 512
  • Train Resistance, 348
  • Train Service between Brighton and London, Quicker, 349
  • Train, Three-quarters of a Mile Long, American, 238
  • Sidings Rent Question, 119
  • Signal and Point Levers on British Railways
  • Interlocked, Ninety-nine percent, of, 304
  • Simplon Tunnel, Ventilation of, 229
  • Speeds, Railway, 84, 117, 163, 238. 261, 287, 309, 332,348, 376, 380, 401, 426, 468, 515
  • Steel for Fire-boxes, Requirements for, Specified by the Railway Master Mechanics’ Association of America, 396
  • Stephenson’s Plan of the Railway from London to Birmingham, Sale of, 619
  • Swedish, A Zone System of Passenger Tariff, 593
  • Traffic, The Heavy, 619
  • Tunnels, Ventilating, 337
  • Tyne North Pier, Reconstruction of, 497
  • Underground Railways, Atmosphere of the, 87, 117
  • Underground Railways, Liquid Fuel on the, 87, 117
  • Unpunctuality, 327
  • Victoria Station Extensions and Alterations, 349, 396
  • Windsor Great Western Railway Station, Death of the Dog “ Charley,” 253
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, Railway Employers to be Subjected to a Medical Test in Consequence of, 120
  • Rainfall from Roofs in England, Average, 472
  • Rainfall on the Pacific and Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua, 85
  • Ramie Machinery, 497
  • Ransome and Co., Messrs. A..Band-saw Machines, 602, 503
  • Ransomes and Rapier, Messrs., Machine Stoker, 382, 393
  • Rathmines ard Rat hear Township, Ireland, Electric Lighting, 550
  • Reflex Water Gauge, The, 30
  • Refrigerating Machines, Messrs. J. and E Hall, 90
  • Refrigerating Plant Wsnted in South Africa, 631
  • Refuse Cremation at San Francisco, 137
  • Refuse Destructors, Designing and Construction of, Mr. F. L. Wat9on, 482
  • Refuse Destructor at Edinburgh, 200, 201, 202, 203
  • Refuse Destructors and Electric Lighting in Ber¬mondsey, 43
  • Refuse Desiructor and Electric Lighting in Lam¬beth, 17
  • Reeves, Mr. .1. II., His Method of Measuring the Effect of Stray Fields upon Ammeters and Voltmeters, 497
  • Reid, Mr. Tbos., His Appointment, 447
  • Reidler Air Compressor (Thirty-drill) on the New Heriot Property, South Africa, 506
  • Repoussé Metal for Articles of Small Bulk, 304
  • Reservoir in Arizona, U.S.A., Steel Dam for a, 147, 156
  • Reservoirs, Repairing, by Cemented Hoop Iron, Revolution Counters, 2'2
  • Revolving Magnetic Field, Device for Obtaining Representation of, 229
  • Rh*a Fibre for Textile Purposes, Mr. P. F. Nursey on the Preparation of, 485
  • Rhenish Gelignite, 651
  • Kibble, Projected Tramway Across the, 519
  • Rideai, Dr., On the Standards of Purity for Sew¬age Effluents, 800
  • Ristori, Mr. E., On Aluminium Manufacture, 104, 117
  • Rivers Pollution Commissioners’ Standards of Per¬missible Composition of Sewage, 279
  • Rivet Furnace, New, 258
  • Riveters, Portable Pneumatic, 628
  • Riveters, On Portable Pneumatic, Mr. W. L. Babcock on, 665
  • Road-paving Materials, Experiments with, 394
  • Roath Dock, Quick Despatch at the, 508
  • Roberts-Austen, Prof., Action of Explosives on the Tubes of Steel Guns, 249
  • Roberts - Austen, Prof., On the Extraction of Nickel from its Ores by the Mond Process, 472
  • Roberts, Mr. Llewellyn, 22
  • Roberts, Mr. W. F., His Engine Actuated by Carbon Dioxide, 279
  • Robertson, Mr. L. S-, Narrow-gauge Railways, Two Feet and Under, 104, 139
  • Robey and Co., Messrs,, Corliss Gear Hauling Engine, 598
  • Robinson and Auden, Messrs., Combined Engine and Dynamo, 444
  • Rock Drills and Air Compressors for the Trans¬vaal, 403
  • Rodde, M., On the E'ectric Plant at the Ferrouillat Pit, 325
  • Roller and Scarifier, Road, Mr. Hosack’s Patent, 302
  • Ropes, Wire, 411
  • Ross and Gibson, Messrs., Rivet Furnace, 253
  • Rous-Morten, Mr. Cbas., French Railways and their Work No. I., Le Chemin de Ferdu Nord, 76, 100, 276
  • Rous-Marten, Mr. Chas., New American Railway Record, 135
  • Rous-Marten, Mr. Chas., New Express Engine for the North Eastern Railway, 378
  • Rous Marten, Mr. Chas., On the New Great Northern Engines and their Work, 198
  • Rous-Marten, Mr. Chas., The New North British Express Engine, 3
  • Roi s-Marten, Mr. Chas., July Train Services, 39
  • Rius-Marten, Mr. Chas., Remarkable Run on Great Western Railway, 347
  • Rowan, Mr. David, 135
  • Row’s Patent Tubes to the Transmission and
  • Storage of Heat, Mr. J. Royle’s Applications of, 507
  • Royal Agricultural Society of England:
  • Prize Sheet Issued for Livestock, Poultry, Pro¬duce, Implements, &c., 643
  • Date and Place of the Sixtieth Annual Exhibi¬tion, 137
  • Self-moving Vehicles, Trials of, 372

Royal Dublin Society:

  • Measuring the Surface Tension of Liquids, Dr.
  • F. F. Trouton’s Method, 11 Royal Engineers, The, 19
  • Royal Engineers, Detachment of, Ordered to the Soudan, 638

Royal Institution:

  • Christmas Lectures on “Astronomy” by Sir
  • Robt. Stawell Ball, 515
  • Monthly Meetings, Donations to the Fond for the Promotion of Experimental Research at Low Temperatures, 42, 578

Royal Institution of British Architects:

  • Electrical Power, The Practical Applications of, Mr. H. R. J. Burstall, 613
  • Royal Meteorological Society—see Society Meteoro¬logical

Royal Scottish Society of Arts :

  • Drain Testing, Mr. Gilbert Thomson, 665
  • Rayle, Mr. J. J., Storage Calorifier and the
  • “ London ” Pattern Calorifier, 507
  • Rubber not Impervious to Acetylene Gas, 85
  • Rubber Textiloid, A Substitute for, 85
  • Russell, Mr. Geo., On Property in Design and the Position of Draughtsmen, 657 Russell, Dr. W. J., Photographs Without Light, 35
  • Russia, Iron and Steel Industry of, Import, Out¬put, and Production, 14, 216, 261, 432
  • Russia, Opening for British Enterprise, Cheap
  • Timepieces Wanted in, 109
  • Russia, Permission of Duty on Mining Plant and Ships Built Abroad, 253
  • Russian Flour and Moat Export Scheme, 85
  • Russian Government Encourages Industrial Undertakings in Poland, 104
  • Russian Oil Shipped to Formosa, 59
  • Ryan, Prof., Welsh Methods of Shipping Coal, 318

S

  • SAFETY Collar for Emery Wheels, 423, 550, 574
  • Safety Valves, Snakes and, 574
  • St. Anthony Falls Water-power Plant, 160—162
  • St. Helens Municipal Tramway Working, 519
  • St. Rollox Goods Station, Glasgow Destroyed by Fire, 155
  • Salkeld, Mr. Wm., 578 1
  • Salvage Operation, Gigantic, 155
  • Sampson, Admiral, His Report on the Destruction of the Spanish Fleet, 162
  • Sand for Cement, 333
  • Sandberg, Mr. C. P., On the Danger of Using too Hard Steel Rails, 221. 227
  • Sandstone, Artificial, 209
  • San Francisco, Refuse Burning at, 137
  • Sanitary Institute—tee Institute, Sanitary Sanitation in India, 463
  • Santiago, Lessons from the Battle of, 62, 121, 422
  • Saw, Diamond Circular, for Stone Cutting, 85
  • Saws, E'eotrically-driven Cold, 153
  • Saw Machines, Two New, 502, 503
  • Sayer, Mr. H. T., Carriage of Bicycles on R til- ways, 102
  • Scarlet for the Purposes of the Battlefield, On the Disputed Merits of, 35
  • Schitffer and Budenberg’s Governors for Large Engines, 603
  • Schermuly. Mr. Wm., Apparatus for Coiling Life Lines, 599
  • Schichau v. Vulcan, The Patent Case Decided, 59
  • Schon, Mr. Paul, On Superheated Steam and its Application to Steam Engines, 605
  • Science in Education, 375
  • Scott and Co., Messrs., Ocean Steamship Com¬pany, Contracts for Four Steamers with, 96
  • Scrap Iron Car Axles at the South Pacific Rail¬way Shops, 619
  • Screw Propellers, 570, 615
  • Screw Shafts, Broken, 163
  • Screw Shaft, Repairing a, 600
  • Screwing Machine, Messrs. J. II ills worth and Co., 4C5
  • Seamen and Stokers who Leave the Navy at the End of their First Engagement, Returns Showing Percentage of, 59
  • Search-lights, Submarine, Experiments with, 177
  • Self-propelled Traffic, 549
  • Semet-Solvay System of Coke Production, The, 189
  • Separator, Centrifugal, for Extracting Oil from Water, 373
  • Servia, Iron Industry of, Measures for the Development of, 216
  • Sewage Disposal Plant, Small, at Depew, U.S.A , 140
  • Effluents, Dr. Rideal on the Standards of Purity for, 300
  • Filter Beds at Altoona, Pa., U.S.A., Crops to be Raised on, 11
  • Filtration, Columbus, Ohio, 11
  • Hyslop’s, Mr. P.S., Process for Treatment of, 85
  • Manchester, Treatment of, 181, 647
  • Rivers Pollution Commissioners’ Stan¬dards of Permissible Composition of, 279
  • Works, Belpsr, 152
  • Works, Norwich, (tee Civil Engineering Supplement, July 22nd, 1898)
  • Works, Opening of New, Uxbridge, 58
  • Sewers, Explosions in, 545
  • Pipes, Jointing, 163, 214
  • System for Chicago (see Civil Engineering Supplement)
  • Shadbolt, Mr. R. G., On the Comparative Cost of Lighting Villages by Gas and by Electricity, 4
  • Shafts, Broken Screw, 163
  • Shafts, Propeller, 112, 132
  • Shaft Question, The Broken, 293
  • Shaft, Repairing a Screw, 600
  • Shafts, Steel Head Frames for, American, 654
  • Shafts in the United States, Deepest, 229
  • Shanghai, Cotton-spinning Factories at, 109
  • Shanghai, an Engineering Centre (with Panoramic View of), 179
  • Shanghai Trade, Mr. Mansfield’s Report on, and Warning Note to British Steamship Lines, 85
  • Shanghai, Waterworks for, 85
  • Shanks and Son, Limited, Messrs. Alexander, Triple-expansion Marine Engine (Illustrated), 5
  • Sharpening Machine, Myer’s Patent, 381
  • Sheard, Mr. J. T., On Gas Analysis, 4
  • Shearing and Punching Machines, Portable, 575
  • Sheer Legs, Collapse of, Devonport, 11
  • Sheffield, Cheaper Goods for Foreign Market®, 119
  • Sheffield, as to Foreign Trade, Uneasiness in, 229
  • Sheffield, Purchase of Market and Market Rights from the Duke of Norfolk, 419
  • Sheffield Water Supply Schemo, 331, 450, 605, 612-614
  • Shepherd, Mr., 656
  • Shield Trial, Coast, 209
  • Shield Tunnelling, Hydraulic, 601
  • Shield Tunnelling, Hydraulic, in Melbourne, 601. 652
  • Shlps-of-War:
  • British Battleships:
  • Bramble, 654
  • C inopus, 592, 639
  • Constance, Unarmoured Corvette, 1880, Engines of, 271, 272
  • Edinburgh, The, 225
  • Formidable, 471, 496, 592
  • Gladiator, Change of Guns, 639
  • Implacable, Stem Piece and Ram of the, Messrs. Wm. Jessop and Sons, 291
  • Inflexible, The, 592
  • Irresistible, 593 Majestic, The, 592
  • Majestic, Station-keeping Speed of which Ships of her Class are Capable, 178
  • Powerful, Sir Wm. White on, 45
  • Ramillies compared to Charles Martel in the Carrent Number of Lt Yacht, 91
  • Sappho, 599
  • Venerable, Preparations for Laying Down, 643
  • Battleships in Action, 255, 269

Ships-of-War:

  • Battleships to be Bailt by Contract, Four New, 426
  • Battleship i, Gnu Mountings for, 95
  • Battleships, Speed of, 34, 178
  • Battleships, Trial Course for, off the Devon and Cornish Coast, 211
  • Sphinx, H.M.S., Engines of, 1882, 318, 320
  • Station-keeping Speed of the French Fleet and our Majestic Class, 178

British Cruisers:

  • Amphitrite, 30, 45, 68, 152 Argonaut, 592
  • Blake to be Pot to Rights at Last, 618
  • Diadem (Supplement, November 11M, 1898), 415, 416, 417, 420, 478, 592, 597, 635, 641
  • Fourth of July for Sale, The Army and Navy Gazette Suggests her Acquisition by the Government, 59
  • Hyacinth, 418 Pactolus, H.M S , 418
  • Philomel, Trial of, 345
  • Proserpine, 592
  • Salamander, 55
  • Spartiate to be Launched in September, 120
  • Terrible, Trials in the Channel, and Record Passage to Malta, 301, 345, 593
  • Cruisers to by Built by Contract, Two New, 423
  • Cruisore of the Cressy Type, Tenders for the, 109
  • Cruiser to be Laid Down at Perabroko Dock, 120, 381

British Destroyers and Gunboats:

  • Avon, Trial of the, 405, 431
  • Bittern, Trial of the, 405, 431
  • Desperate, Accident on Board the, 35
  • Leopard, Trial of the, 405, 431
  • Orwell, 361, 654
  • Torpedo Boat Attack on Portsmouth Harbour, 592
  • Torpedo Tubes on Battleships and Cruisers a Danger to the Ships themselves, 121
  • Torpedo Vessels Built on the Thames, from 1877 to 1898, by Messrs. J. I. Thornycroft and Co. and Messrs. Yarrow and Co , 222, 274, 639
  • Torpedo Boats in 1885, 319
  • Torpedo Boats, Submarine, 373
  • Gunboat, Dwarf, 514
  • Gunboat, Onyx, Leakage of, 120
  • Gunboats for the Nile, Small, 373
  • Battleships, Foreign:
  • American, Oregon at Santiago, The, 176
  • Wisconsin, 541
  • Battleships in Action, by A United States Correspon¬dent, 269
  • Battleships to be Painted a Dead Gray Colour with a Yellowish Shade, 565
  • and Spanish, 153, 651
  • Navy, Speed Premium Prac¬tice in the, 40
  • Value of Rapid-fire Bstteries Attested at Santiago, 121
  • Argentine’s Italian-built Vessels of the Cristobal Colon Type, Garibaldi and San Martin, 345
  • Argentine Training Ship, Presidente Sar¬miento, 119
  • Dinish, Skjiild, 400
  • French, Bouvet, 441, 442
  • Battleships, Coal Endurances on, 592
  • Marshal Deodoro and Charle¬magne, 15
  • Massena, 471, 639
  • Navy, The, 512
  • Navy, What M. Lockroy has done for the, 639
  • New, 14,500-Ton, 592
  • German, Kaiser, 1873, Armour-clad Frigate, 149
  • Japanese, Shikishima, 415, 448, 456, 471, 477
  • New Battleship, Order Booked by Vickers, Sans, and Maxim, 291
  • Russian, General Admiral Apraxino, Trial of, 525
  • Petropaulovsk, Trial of, 525
  • Poltava, Trial of, 304
  • Rotislav, Trial of, 525
  • Battleships, 15
  • Battleship, Messrs. Cramp and Co., 638, 644
  • Naval Programme, 262
  • Naval Programme, Lord Chas. Beresford on the, 102
  • Spanish, Infanta Maria Teresa Destroyed at Santiago de Cuba, 651
  • Battleships Sunk at Manila, 619
  • Swedish, 345
  • Turkish Ironclads, Condition of the, 618
  • United States, Long-distance Steaming of, 96
  • United States, Three New, 30

Cruisers, Foreign:

  • American, Chicago, Reconstructed, 325, 334
  • Bulgarian, Nadiejda, 4C0
  • Chilian, Esmeralda and O’Higgins, 345
  • Duteb, Friesland, 491
  • French, Jeanne d’Arc, 323
  • d’Entrecastaux, Trial of, 525
  • Cruisers to be Commissioned in 1899, 497
  • Italian, New Crniser, 456
  • Japanese, Asama, 225, 400
  • Kasagi, 109, 471, 525, 578
  • Tokiwa, 400
  • Russian, New, 217, 592, 894
  • Spanish, Infanta Maria Teresa Found¬ered, 473
  • Rio de la Plata, 345

Torpedo Boat Destroyers & Catchers, Foreign:

  • Austrian Torpedo Boats Bca and Cobra 302, 618
  • Chinese, Torpedo Boats for the Navy, 1887, 319
  • French, Costive Lede, Submarine, 323
  • Catcher, La Hire, 471
  • Torpedo Boats to be Commis¬sioned in 1899, 497
  • Italian, Torpedo Boats for the Navy, 1887, 319
  • Japanese Destroyer, Ikadsucha, 612
  • Russian Torpedo Boats, Batoum, 1876, and others, 217, 270, 304
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Order for Four given to Mesrrs. Schichau, 217
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Order for Twelve given to the Nevsky Shipbuilding Yard,
  • Spanish, Torpedo Boat Ariete, 1887, 319
  • United States, Torpedo Boats, Tenders Opened for, 253

Torpedo Boat Destroyers

  • Nos. 1 to 16 (Supplement, October 21 si, 1898), 390, 391, 560, 563, 581, 585
  • Ships and Steamers, Mercantile, Pas¬senger, and Various:
  • Abyssinia, 1871, Harbour Defence Ship, 149
  • American Passion for Big Things, A Five-eighth Acre Boat, 396
  • Aotsa, The New Zealand, 619
  • Atacama, The Case of the, 506
  • Aurania, Mail S learner, Cunard Company. 304
  • Austral, A Passenger’s Account of the Acci¬dent to the, 643
  • Blaenavon in Heath Dock, Quick Coaling of. 508
  • Bourgogne Disaster, The, 129
  • Carisbrook Castle, Record Run of, 155
  • Cromartyshire, Bows of the, 129
  • Cunard Company, Orders Received by Messrs. Swan and Hunter for, 216
  • Disinfection, A United States Steamship
  • Equipped Solely for the Purposes of, 313
  • Distilling Ships for the Navy, American, 552
  • Drummond, The Clan Line Steamer, Loss of. 565
  • Duke of Cornwall, Twin-screw Steamer for the Service between England and North Ireland, 114
  • Ermack, Ice-breaker, 451, 520, 524
  • French Naval Budget for 1899, 497
  • Friend of All Nation.», The Margate Surfboat, Loss of, 565
  • Galtee More, 159
  • Ice-breaker for Russia, Another, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., 578
  • Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, Average of Knots made by, 11
  • La Bourgogne Disaster and Longitudinal Bulkheads, 155
  • L'oyd’s Register of Vessels Lost, Condemned, Ac., During Three Months Ending June 30th Last, 497
  • Londonian, The Steamer, Found Abandoned in the Atlantic, 565
  • Mail, The First Transatlantic, Penny Postage, 643
  • Mail Packets used for Thirty Years between Dover and Calais Stripped and Sent to Tilbury, 643
  • Milwaukee, Stranding of the, 394 Mohegan, Wreck of the, 422, 447, 469, 559
  • Monster Boat for the Texas and Paciti o Rail¬way, 396
  • Morbid Anatomy of Iron and Steel Ships, Mr. S. J. P. Thearle on the, 564, 603
  • Nord, The New French Mad Packet, Her First Passage, 373
  • North German Lloyd Steamer, Average of Knots made by, 11
  • Ocean Steamship Company, Contracts with Messrs. Scott and Co. for Four Steamers, 96
  • Oceanic to be Launched in January, 519
  • Oil Tank Steamers, Order for, Booked by Messrs. W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., 459
  • Pachtusoff for the Russian Navy, for Sur¬veying and Making Charts of the Siberian Coast, 46
  • Protector, United StatesSteamship, Equipped Solely for the Purpose of Disinfection, 313
  • Sado Mara, Mail Steamer, Japanese, 53
  • Shamrock, American Challenger Yacht, Nickel Steel Plates from Essen for, 541
  • Ships Acquired by the American Government Prior to and During the War, What is to be Done with Them 310
  • Launched on the Wear During the Present Year, 541
  • Launched Themselves, that have, 59
  • List of Principal, Built by Messrs. J. and W. Dudgeon, 1861 to 1875, 638
  • List of Principal, Built by Messrs. Green, Blackwall Yard, 1878 to 1898, 636
  • List of Principal, Engined by Messrs. Humphrys, Tennant, and Co. ,1877 to 1898, 637
  • List of Principal, Engined by Messrs. Maudslay, Sons, and Field, 1878 to 1898, 636
  • List c f Principal, Engined by Messrs. Jno. Penn and Sons, 1878 to 1898, 636
  • List of Principal, Built by Messrs. Sarouda Brothers, 1870 to 1892, 637
  • List of Principal, Built by the Thames Ironworks Co. at Blackwall, 1877 to 1898, 637
  • Morbid Anatomy of Iron and Steel, Mr. S. J. P. Thearle on the, 664
  • Passing through the Suez Canal in July last, 541
  • Spinish Merchant Navy, 155
  • Steamers, A merican Line of, to Re-commence Running from Southampton, 442
  • Steamers, American Paddle-wheel, with Beam Engines, 295, 306, 341—344, 409, 435, 516, 557 ....
  • Steamer, Arctic Exploring, 66
  • Steamers between this Country and Canada, New Service of, 541
  • Loss of, 565
  • Twin-screw, 114
  • Steamer for the Folkestone-Boulogne Service, South-Eastern Railway, 119
  • Steamers, French Line of, between Havre and Para, Brazil, 109
  • Steamer, Twin-screw, North German Lloyd, Messrs. Wigham Richardson and Co., 578
  • Steamer, United States, Equipped for Disinfection, 313
  • Steamer, Whaleback, Launch of the Largest, 233
  • Steam Yacht, American Challenger, 541
  • Steam Yacht, American Steel, 35
  • Steam Yacht, H.M.S. New, 019
  • Steam Yacht, Joyeuse, Engines of the, 127, 128
  • Steamship Propulsion, Mr. R. Mansel on, 363
  • Submarine Boat, Development of the, 373
  • Teutonic, Bilge Keels fitted to, 59
  • Trinidad, First Steamer carrying German Coal to China, Wreck of, 266
  • Triton, H.M., Surveying Vessel, 1882, Engines , of, 272
  • Tug-boat for South Africa, Messrs. Day, Summers, and Co., 120
  • Ulster, The Mail s.s., 526
  • Ultonia for the Cunard Company, 216
  • Vril, Launch for the Russian Government, 80

Shipbuilding:

  • Bilge Keels fitted to th3 Teutonic, 59
  • Freight Boats for the Great Lakes, 628
  • German Yards since 1895, Men-of-War for Foreign Navies Delivered by, 419
  • Lloyd’s Register of British and Foreign Shipping, 458
  • Lloyd’s Register, Returns of Ships Under Con¬struction at the End of the Half-year, 85
  • Sailing Vessels are not Going Out, 419
  • Shipbuilders and the Admiralty’s Treatment when asked to Tender for Vessels, 109
  • Shipbuilding Activity and Consequent Re¬-starting of Shipyards at Port Glasgow, Ardrossan, Yoker, &c. &c.
  • Activity, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 578
  • Chicago, 628
  • Clyde, 38, 46, 221, 240, 353, 460, 476, 541
  • English, Ships Launched dur¬ing October and November, 473, 593
  • English, during August, 253
  • Germany, 23, 216
  • Materials, Ssatistics Respecting
  • Wood, Iron, and Steel Com¬pared, 519
  • Output fcr the Year 1898, The Woill’s, 643
  • Scotch, Ships Launched dur¬ing October and November, 473, 565
  • Thames in the Victorian Era, 54, 55, 148,149, 222, 270, 318, 636
  • Trade, Activity in the German, 216
  • in the United Kingdom in the Quarter ending September 30th, 1898, 373
  • in the United States, Activity, 235, 419
  • Yard and Engineering Works, Nicolaiev, Russia, 266
  • Ships, Fireproof Wood for the New Warships, 626
  • Ships Launched by English Shipbuilders in June, 59
  • Ships Launched by Scotch Shipbuilders in June, 59
  • Shipping, American Mercantile, 88
  • Shipping in the North of England, Orders given out in July for New, 95
  • Shipping Statistics of the Past Year, Merchant
  • Marine of the United States, 473
  • Shipping Traffic on the Great Lakes of America, 264
  • Steamship Propulsion, Mr. R. Mansel, 361
  • Shoreditch Dust Destructor, The, 426
  • Short BroF., Messrs., Experiment with the Eight Hour Day, 281, 288
  • Shoubridge, Mr. S. Y., On the Manufacture of Gas, 4
  • Shoults, Mr. E. S., On Commercial Instruments for Indicating and Recording Electrical Quan¬tities, 656
  • Shute, Mr. A. E , on Feed-water Filters, 565
  • Siberian Products, Projected Exhibition of, 229
  • Sidings Rent Questicn, The—see Railways Siemens, Mr., Electric Power in Workshops, 316
  • Signal System, Dr. L. Weber’s, 59
  • Signalling at Sea, Fcg, 177
  • Silesia, Production and Consumption of Coal, 1894 to 1898, 554
  • Silver Ores, Treatment of Refractory, 299, 429
  • Silver Ores, Treatment of Refractory, Mr. J. E. Brakell, 299
  • Silver from Z'no and Lead Alloys, Electrolytic Separation of, 97
  • Simplon Tunnel, The, 233, 618
  • Simpson and Co., Messrs , Pumping Engines, Ipswich Waterworks, 65
  • Sinclair, Mr. Robert, 471
  • Sinking Cylinder Foundations in Valparaiso 247,
  • Skulking in Dockyards, 89
  • Sludge, Gas from, 117, 132
  • Small-arms, Evolution of, 27
  • Smith, Mr. Sbaler, Kentucky River Bridge, 121
  • Smith, Mr. Walter II., On the Results of Recent
  • Practical Experience with Express Locomotive Engines, 436, 449, 452—455

Smithfield Club Show:

  • Agricultural Machines, 572
  • Bentall and Co., Messrs. E. H., Exhibits, 572
  • Blackstone and Co., Messrs., Exhibits, 572
  • Boby and Co., Messrs. R., Exhibits, 572
  • Clayton and Sbuttleworth, Messrs., Exhibit». 572
  • Coultas, Mr. James, Exhibits, 571
  • Crossley Bros., Messrs , Exhibits, 571
  • Darby Land Digger Syndicate’s Exhibits, 571
  • Dodman and Co., Messrs., Exhibits, 572
  • Engines, Gas and Oil, 571
  • Engines, Portable Traction, 571
  • Garrett and Sons, Limited, Messrs. Richard, Exhibits, 571
  • Hornsby and Sons, Messrs., Exhibits, 571
  • Howard, Messrs. J. and F., Exhibits, 572
  • Harvesting Machines, 572
  • Implement and Machinery Section, 571
  • Kearsley and Co, Messrs., Exhibits, 572
  • Kell and Co., Messrs., Exhibits, 572
  • Massey, Harris, and Co., Mess-s , Exhibits, 572
  • Nalder, Limited, Messrs., Exhibits, 671
  • Ransomeg, Sims, and Jefferies, Messrs., Ex¬hibits, 571
  • Robey and Co., Messrs., Exhibit?, 571
  • Robinson and Auden, Messrs , Exhibits, 571
  • Ruston, Proctor, and Co , Messrs., Exhibits, 571
  • Slipper, Mr. Thos. G., Exhibits, 572
  • Stamford and Co., Messrs., Exhibits, 571
  • Turner, Messrs. E R. aDd F., Exhibits, 571
  • Wood and Co., Messrs., Exhibits. 571
  • Smoke, 358, 569
  • Smoke Abatement, 618
  • Smoke Consumption, 500, 539
  • Smoke Consumption, Law cn, 539
  • Smoke Consumption, The Thames Steamboat Company Fined for a Boiler Furnace not Con¬suming its Smoke, 35
  • Smoke as a Factor in Naval Actions, 213, 226
  • Smoke Nuisance, The, 221
  • Smoke Prevention, Glasgow, 447
  • Smokeless Powder Factory, U.S., 187
  • Soaefell Lead Mine, Underground Fire at, 11
  • Snakes and Safety Valves, 574
  • Society, Aeronautical:
  • Flying Machine of the Future, Mr. G. L. D. Davidson, 11

Society of Arts, Royal Scottish — see Royal

  • Scottish Society of Arts

Society, Bath and West and Southern Counties:

  • Council Meeting, Fixing of Date of the 1899 Exhibition, 113
  • Particulars Relative to the Meeting at Exeter. 1899, 34

Society of Civil Engineers, The Ameri¬can :

  • Masonry Arches, Long-span Three-hicged, Mr. Dr. A. Molitor, 132
  • Toirtieth Annual Convention, Papers Iliad and Trip3 Made, &c., &c., 214

Society of Electrical Engineers, North¬ern:

  • Commercial Instruments for Indicating and Recording Electrical Quantities, Mr. E. S. Shoults, 656
  • Superheated Steam and its Application to Steam Engines, Mr. Paul Sohon, 605

Society of Engineers:

  • Annual Dinner, 616
  • Metallic Coatings for Iron and Steel, Protective, Mr. Sherard Cowper-Coles, 356
  • Visit to the Central London Railway Works, 377
  • Visit to the London Brighton and South Coast Railway Locomotive Works, Brighton ; the Brighton Marine Palaco and Pier Works, Volk’s Electric Railway and Brighten and RottiDgdean Electric Tramroad, 58

Society of Engineers, The Amalgamated :

  • Annual Meeting, Forty-6fth, 602
  • Annual Report, Brief Summary of Statements in, and Mr. Barnes' Introductory Address to the Same, 7
  • Barnes, Mr., On tl.e Cost of the Disputs, 191
  • Financial Statement Respecting the Late Dis¬pute, 311
  • Presentations to Mr. Entwistle and Mr. Sykes, Chairman and Secretary for the Manchester District of, 119
  • Wages Question again, Proposal of the Em¬ployers, and Acceptation, 21, 71
  • Society, Glasgow University Engi¬neering:
  • Morbid Anatomy of Iron and Steel Ship? Mr. S. J. P. Thearlo, 564

Society, Manchester Geological:

  • Annual Meeting and Rsport, 373
  • Carboniferous Bads, Correlation of British and European, by Dr. Whoelton Hind, 605
  • Subsidences from Colliery Workings, Mr. J Dickinson on the Bast Methods of Protecting the Surface from, 507

Society of Mechanical Engineers, The American:

  • Bursting of Small Cast Iron Fly-wheels, Mr C. H. Beojamin, 619
  • Carbon in Piston-rods, Mr. J. E. Johnson, jun , 94
  • Cylinders, Experiments on Cast Iron, Pref. C. H. Benjamin, 109
  • Standard Uniform Methods of Conducting and Reporting Steam Engine Tests, Extension of, Bryan Donkin, 92

Society, Meteorological:

  • Anemometers, Pressure-tube, The Wind Force Committee on, 497

Society of Model Engineers:

  • Its Formation, 482

Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers:

  • Riveters io Shipbuilding, Portable Pneumatic. Mr. W. I. Babcock, 565

Society, New York Electric:

  • Electric Engineering Supplement, Novem¬ber 2oth, xvi.

Society, Physical:

  • Apparatus to Illustrate the Action of Two Electric Motors, so Coupled as to Admit of their Rotating at D.fforent Speeds, Prof. Cams Wilson, 11 ’
  • Irfluence Machine, Mr. W. R. Pidgeon on an 44/
  • Magneto-optic Phenomenon, Dr. S. P. Thomp¬son’s Experiments on a, 447
  • Measuring the Effect of Stray Fields upon Ammeters and Voltmeters, Mr. J. U. Reeves on his Methcd of, 497
  • Society of Railway Servants, Amal¬gamated :
  • Mr. Bell appointed Treasurer of the Provisional Committee for ths Federation of all the Unions, 304
  • Society, The South Wales Employers’ Indemnity:
  • First Meeting at Cardiff, 72
  • Society, Yorkshire College Engineer¬ing:
  • E'ectnoal Engineers’ Specifications, by J. A. McLaren, 43, 69
  • Lacks and Keys, Development of, Mr. H. Chubb, 503
  • Opening Address of Mr. Wickstoed, 461
  • Premiums P-*fd to Experience, Mr. Il9nry McLaren, 639
  • Testing of Materials, Mr. E. E. Whitehouse, 515, 539
  • Softening Water, &c., Archbutt-Desley Process 151, 183
  • Solingen and Essen, 430
  • Sondan Military Railway, 226
  • Soudan Rjwards, The Naval Honour List and the Injustice to Engineer Bond, 541
  • Sound, Velocity of, M. Frot’s Experiments on, 473
  • South Africa, Engineering Notes from—see Letters from our own Correspondents
  • Southampton Harbour Board, Electric Cranes of the, 538
  • Southend Pier, Wreck of, 592
  • South Staffordshire Mines Drainage, 376
  • South Wales, The Coal Strike in—see Welsh Coal Strike
  • South Wales Outlook, The, 211
  • South Wale3, Position in, 208
  • Spain, Iron Ore Production in, 229
  • Spanish Colonies, Are they to be Lost Markets 598
  • Spanish Fleet, Destruction of the. 87
  • Spanish Fleet, Admiral Sampson’s Report on the Destruction of, 162
  • Spanish War Department, Mill for Rolling Steel Plates at Trubia, 655
  • Speeds, Railway, 238, 261, 287, 309, 332, 348, 380, 401, 426, 468
  • Spencer and Co., Messrs. Jas., Improvements in Machine Tools Introduced by, 483
  • Spencer House Steam Colliery to be Sold, 120
  • Spera, Signor Guiseppe, on Italian Railways, 205
  • Spiders’ Threads, Utilisation of, 155
  • Spindle Profiling and General Milling Machine, Messrs. Wm. Muir and Co., 95
  • Staffordshire Mines Drainage Scheme, The, 299
  • Staines Reservoirs Joint Committee and the Ramie Syndicate, 477
  • Stanley, Davis, and Pollard, Electric Plant for Small Lighting Installations, 335
  • Starting of Gas and Petroleum Engines, A Belgian Ministerial Decree as to, 253
  • Staveley Coal and Iron Company’s Annual Report, 253
  • Steam Cart, Messrs. Mann and Charles worth, 225
  • Steam Cylinders, Compression in, 513
  • Steam Engine Tests, On Standard Methods of Conducting and Reporting—see Engine Tests, 92
  • Steam Ferry, The First, 205
  • Steam, Generation of, from the Combustion of Ashpit Refuse, 414, 515
  • Steam Jets, Fire Extinguishing by, 447
  • Steam Omnibus Company, Their Peculiar Ways, 473
  • Steam, On Superheated, Mr. Paul Schon, 605
  • Steamers, Oil Tank, for French and English Firms, 21

Steel:

  • American, for Belfast Shipyards, 131
  • American Manufactured, Consignments of, for England, 229
  • Aqueduct across the Seneca River, United States, 140
  • Balls for Bicycle Bearings, Schweinfurt, The Seat of the Largest Firm for Making, 419
  • Casting of Exceptional Size, Messrs. Wm. Jessop and Sons. Limited, 291
  • Castings for H.M S. Venerable, Large, 629
  • Company, Works of the Illinois, 609, 620, 655
  • Dam for a Reservoir in Arizona, 147, 156
  • Electric Resistance of— see Civil Engineering Supplement
  • Guns, Action of Explosives on the Tub3s of, Prof. Roberts-Austen, 219
  • Head Frames for Mine Shafts, American, 654
  • Plants inthe United States, One of the Greatest, 613
  • Plates under Hydraulic Pressure, Porosity of, Experiments to Determine the Same, 253
  • Open-hearth Basic, American Output of, 109
  • Plant, The Pencoyd Iron Company’s, 430
  • Rails, Dangers of Using Too Hard, 221,227
  • Shipments of Unwrought, Board of Trade’s Returns, 473
  • Soft,g Brittleness Produced in, by Annealling,
  • Specifications, 327
  • Statistics, 109
  • Temperature at which the Tempering of, Influ¬ences its Resistance, 35
  • Tests, Tungsten and Molybdenum, 396
  • Thirty-storey Building, Weight of, in a, 430
  • Treatment of, in the Shop, 619
  • Wire Guards for Machinery, General Introduction of, 141
  • Yacht, The American, 35
  • Stelfox, Mr. Jas., His Presidential Address on the Gas Industry, 4
  • Stephenson and Co., Messrs. Robt, Combined Locomotive and Crane, 210
  • Stephenson and Co., Messrs. Rebt., Visit to their Shipyard, 210
  • Stirling, Mr. Ja9., Locomotives for the Great Eastern, 205
  • Stockport Main Sewerage Works, 93
  • Stokeholds in the Tropics, 51
  • Stokeholds, Water-tube Boilers and the Manning of, 246
  • Stoker, Machine, 382
  • Stone, Mr. E. H., On Working Stresses for Railway Bridges, 136
  • Stone Cutting, Diamond Circular Saw for, 85
  • Stone Sawing by Steel Wires, 240
  • Stothertand Pitt, Messrs., Electric Cranes of the Southampton Harbonr Board, 538
  • Storage Battery, The Largest in the World, 51
  • Strains, Instruments for Measuring Small Torsional, 575
  • Strand and Holborn, Street to Connect the, 35
  • Straneo, Signor P., On the Conductivities of Metals at Different Temperatures, 155
  • Stress in Flat Plates, 414
  • Strikes, Avoid, 544
  • Strike of Blast Fumacemen at the Elswick ' Works, 22
  • Strike, The Coal—see Coal Strike
  • Strikes in Germany during 1897, 396
  • Strike, Pit Lads’, 62, 88, 191 '
  • Strike, Welsh Coal, 55, 72, 80, 115
  • Strohmeyer, Herr 0., On the Algal Flora of the Hamburg Waterworks, 205
  • Stromeyer, Mr. C. E., Advise to Boiler Attendants, 81
  • Students' Difficulties, Prof. T. R. Smith on, 526
  • Student, The Overtaught, 526 1
  • Submarine Exploration, 381
  • Submarine Search Lights on an American Ship, Experiments with, 177
  • Subsidences from Colliery Workings, 576
  • Subsidences from Colliery Workings, Mr. G. Dickinson on, 507
  • Suez Canal, The, 209
  • Suez Canal, Accidents in the, 419
  • Suez Canal, Ships Passing through the, in July last, 541
  • Sugar, Beetroot, Production of, 304
  • Suicides on German Steamers, 216
  • Sulphide Reduction Co., The; 192
  • Sulphur in a Diamond Boring Core, Percentage of, 253
  • Sulzer, Triple Steam Pumping Engine, Four Days Tests on a, 10
  • Summerson, Mr. Thomas, 587
  • Sunderland, Dock Extension at, 216
  • Superheated Water, Pressure Attained by, 85
  • Swain, Mr. John, 278
  • Sweden, Iron and Coal Trade of, 277. 310
  • Sweden, Iron and Steel Institute in, 220, 221, 248, 249, 315, 316, 340. 365, 377
  • Sweden, Texti'e3 Mads from Peat Fibre, 35
  • Swedish Iudus’ry, Extensive Development of, 279
  • Swedish Iron Industry, Mr. Akerman on the, 221
  • Swedish Mines, Visit to the Stora Kopparbsrg , Company’s Works, 340
  • Swedish Iron Mining, 315, 340
  • Swedish Ironstone, British Engineers and, 184
  • Swedish Ironworks, 365, 374
  • Swindon Sxamshio Company Registered, The, 96
  • Switzerland, Last Year’s Import of Coal and Coke to, 141
  • Syria-Ottoman Railway, The, 477

Supplements:

  • Engines and Boilers of H.M S. Diadem, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, November 11th, 1838
  • Engine, 100in. Middlesbrough Type Blowing, The Lilleshall Company, Limited, August 5th, 1898
  • Engines for New Destroyers, United States ’ Navy, Nos. 1 to 16, October 21st, 1898 Locomotive, Four-cylinder Express, London and South-Western Railway, Mr. D. Drummond, August 26tb, 1898
  • Locomotive, Goods, Austrian State Railways,
  • Wiener Neustadt Locomotive Works, Sep¬tember 23rd, 1898
  • Locomotive, Four-cylinder Bogie Express, London and South-Western Railway, No. 14,
  • Working Drawing, Mr. D. Drummond, October 5th, 1893

T

  • TANK, Novel Method of Moving a, 541
  • Tanning Industry, Dr. J. G. Parker on the, 300
  • Taps for Belleville Boilers, Mr. J. H. Widdowson’s, 215
  • Taylor and Sons, Coverings for Steam Pipes, &c., e 90
  • Taylor, Struvd, and Co., Dissolution of Partner¬ship, 90
  • Tea-making in Ceylon, 250, 254
  • Tees, Railway along the North Bank of the, 578
  • Teheran, Glass-making, 136
  • Telegraphy, Etherio (see Electrical Engineering Supplement, November 25th, 1898)
  • Telegraph L:ne from Cairo to Cape Town, 205
  • Telegraph Scheme, A Great, 621
  • Telegraphy without Wire3, 129
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, at Osborne House, 137
  • Telephone Committoe’s Rsport, The, 147
  • Telephone Switchboard, American, 70
  • Telephones between Moscow and St. Petersburg, 35
  • Telephonic Communication in Australia by Wire Fences, 349
  • Telescope for the Paris Exhibition, The Great, 279

Tenders:

  • Bridge Building Contract, Messrs. Pethick Brothers’ Tender Accepted,136
  • Cast Iron Pipes, Glasgow Invites, 109
  • City of Norwich, 603
  • Cruisers of the Cressy Type sent in to the Admiralty, 109
  • Norwegian State Railways for Rail Spikes, 356
  • Norwegian State Railways Administration for Permanent Way, 349
  • Gas Engines for the Pumping Station, Lot’s- road, Chelsea, 80
  • Permanent Way an! Stone Trolleys with Iron Carriages, Invited by the Ofsten Railway, Sweden, 396
  • Pumping Engines, Messrs. J. Penn and Sons’ Tender Accepted, 136
  • U.S. Navy Department for Torpedo Boat Destroyers and Torpedo Boats. 253
  • Tensile Strain in Cases of Deflection, Formulae connected with, 279
  • Terra-Cotta, What it is Made from, 473
  • Terrestrial Magnetism, Conference on, 400
  • Tesla and Power, 450
  • Testing of Cast Iron, The German Practice, 137
  • Testing Magnets of Self-hardening Steel, 137
  • Testing of Materials, Mr. E. E. Whitehouse, 515
  • Testing of Materials, Mechanical, at the Locomo¬tive Works of the Midland Railway, Darby, Mr. W. G. Peet, 480
  • Testing Material for Rolling Stook, 145, 219
  • Testing Material for Rolling Stock (Illustrated) 1, 75, 130, 145, 200, 219, 296, 364, 411
  • Textile Engineering Combination, A, 256
  • Textiles Made from P^at Fibre in Sweden, 35
  • Textile School, The Lowell, 628
  • Textiloid, A Substitute for Rubber, 85
  • Thackeray Incinerator for Consuming Town Refuse, 137 :
  • Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, The Shikishima, 415, 448, 456
  • Thames and Severn Canal, 610
  • Thames in the Victorian Era, Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering on the—see Shipbuilding r and Marine Engineering, &c.
  • Thames, Wharf Accommodation on the, 503
  • Thearle, Mr. S. J. P., Morbid Anatomy of Iron and Steel Ships, 564, 6( 3
  • Theoretical Dynamics—Dynamics, Theoretical Thermal Efficiency of Steam Engines, Report of the Committee Appointed by the Institution of Civil Engineers, 236, 263
  • Thermopiles, Fcg Signalling Instrument Consist¬ing of Two, 177
  • Thomsen Electric Excavator, 490
  • Thompson, Dr. S. P., Experiments on a Magneto-optic Phenomenon, 447
  • Thomson, Mr. Gilbert, Oj Drain Testing, 565
  • Thornycroft Gunboat in Sections, Soudan Military Railway, 226
  • Thuile and Foure’s Locomotive, 331
  • Thun, Electricity Works at, 177
  • Tidal Channels, Improvement of, by Pomp Dredging, W. H Wheeler on, 551
  • Tidal Rivers, Five Papers Relating to, 125
  • Timber after Felling, Treatment of, 121
  • Timber, Physics of, Prof. B. E. Fernow on, 11
  • Timber and Wood-pulp Export from Norway, 35
  • Timepieces at a Popular Price Wanted in Russia, 109
  • Tin-platos, 328
  • Tin-plate Combination in the United States, 512
  • Tin-plates, English and American, Relative Cost of, 137
  • Tin plate Imported into the United States, Duty on, 137
  • Tin-plate Shipment? from England to the United States for November, 1898, 643
  • Tin-plate Works, The Lion, Sale of, 120
  • Tire, The Cottrell Pneumatic, 504
  • Tire Tests, Wagon, 1. 2
  • Tokyo Waterworks, 404
  • Tonnage, 256
  • Tonnage, Minimum Net, 112
  • Tool, Centering, Mr. E. G. Herbert, 93
  • Tools, Machine, British and American, 649, 650
  • Tools, Machine—see Machine Tools
  • Tools, New “ Footprint," 617
  • Tool Rooms, their Advantages and Disadvantages,
  • Torpedo Boats—see Ships
  • Torpedo Tubes on Battleships and Cruisers a Dinger to the Ships themselves, 121
  • Torsional Strains, Instruments for Measuring Small, 575
  • Toward and Co.’s Steam Tractor, 178
  • Trade as it is, 544

Trade and Business Announcements :

  • 17, 90, 103, 166, 190, 214 , 238, 261, 301, 330, 356, 377, 393, 433, 461, 509, 529, 554, 579, 607, 631. 656
  • Trade Comparisons, A Few, 522
  • Conditions of this Country, 419
  • Directory in Preparation, 419
  • Disputes, 142, 177, 419
  • French Colonies, in the, 512
  • Indication of the Improvement in, 214
  • Marks for China, Mr. S. L. Gracey on, 137
  • Marks, “Inventod Words "as, 88
  • Marks in Zanzibar, 381
  • Rsvival, 158, 501
  • Russia, with, Remission of Duty on Miniog Plant and Ships, 253
  • South African, 190
  • Two Years and More, Good, for, 571
  • Union Congress, 245
  • Unionists in Council, 622
  • Unions, Returns for July, 137
  • Train Load, Heavy, Hauled on an American Railway, 20
  • Train Resistance, 66, 305, 308, 348, 621
  • Train Services, July, 67
  • Train Services, July, by Mr. Chas. Rous-Martan, 39
  • Train Three-quarters of a Mile in Length, An American, 238
  • Tramcar, Double-deck Electric, 41
  • Tramcars and Motor Cars for Sydney, Tenders Let to C. G. Hutson and Ritchie Bros., 593

Tramways:

  • in Denver, Tractive Force Supplied by the Horse for the Up Journey and Gravity for the Down, 11
  • Department to be Formed by tho London County Council, 109
  • Distribution Networks, Electrical, On the Calculation of, 93
  • American, Electric, Cable, Steam, and Horse , or Mule, 446
  • Electric v. Cable, 447
  • Cork, 616
  • Dundee, 565
  • French, 406, 497
  • Glasgow Corporation, 176, 593
  • Halifax Corporation, 176
  • Isle of Man, 137 Leeds, 85
  • London, 423, 565, 619, 642
  • London, South-Eastern Metropolitan Company, 423
  • London United (Sketch Map), 642
  • Los Angeles, 155
  • Manchester, 593
  • Middlesbrough, Thomaby and Stockton, 71
  • Municipal Working, St. Helens, 519
  • New South Wales, 382
  • Paris, 85
  • Ronen, 109
  • Twickenham, Hampton, &e., 519
  • Wolverhampton, 604
  • in France, Mechanical, 187
  • Liverpool, Greatly in Need of Repair, 423
  • Metropolitan, Mr. J. Young Appointed Chief Officer of, 505
  • Across the Ribble, Projected, 519
  • Traction in New York, Statistics of, 541
  • Transmission of Heat from Hot Gases to Water— see Heat
  • Trans-Siberian Railway—see Railway, Siberian
  • Transvaal, Annual Report of tho S:atc M ning Engineer, 140
  • Transvaal Chamber of Mines, Returns, 526
  • Transvaal, Mining Enterprise in, 606
  • Transvaal, Statistical Returns of the, 484
  • Trolley, Overhead, Limitations to the, 205
  • Trouton, Dr. F. T., Oi Measuring the Surface Tension of Liquids, 11
  • Truck Timber, Norwegian State Railways, 616
  • Trunk Mains, High-tension, 531
  • Tsar’s Proposal to Disarm, The, 231
  • Tube Works at Coatbridge, New, 59. 96
  • Tungsten, Iron and, A Double Ca-b do of, 325
  • Tungsten, Silicide of, M. E. Vigoureux's Obser¬vations on, 304
  • Tunnels and Buildings, Ventilation of, 601
  • Tunnel, Greenwich and Millwall, Tender for, 85
  • Tunnel and Shafts, Cast Iron, Central London Railway, 465
  • Tunnel, The Simplon. 233, 618
  • Tunnel Ventilation, 626
  • Tunnel, Water Supply Intake, United States, 264
  • Tunnelling, Hydraulic Shield, in Melbourne, 691, 652
  • Turbines, Mr. A. H. Tyack, 630
  • Turret Lathe, Hexagonal, 379
  • Tyack, Mr. A. H., 630
  • Tyne, Graving Dock on the, Schem9 for a Large, 304
  • Type-easting Machine, Rotary, 370

U

  • UMBRELLA Trade, United States, The. 205
  • Underground Railway, Liquid Fael on the, 87, 117
  • Unemployed, Reduction in the Number of, 279
  • Union Docks, Limebouse, Lower Dock, 330, 350, 353
  • United States Coaling Station, Chiriqui Lagoon, 559
  • United Statos Division of Forestry, Physics of Timber, 11
  • United States, Electrical Appliances in the, Capitalisation on, in 1888 and Now, 253
  • United States, 1897, Mineral Products of the, 403
  • United States Ordnanco Department., Manganese Steel in Place of Nickel, 619
  • United States Tin-plate, Combination in, 519
  • University College, Liverpool, 47

V

  • VALPARAISO, Sinking Cylinder Foundations in, 247, 249
  • Valve Gear, Corliss, 183, 213, 238
  • Valves, Piston for Locomotives, 20
  • Valve, Steam, Hartley and Co., 335
  • Vehicles, Tests taken in France with regard to the Power Required for Driving, 306
  • Velocity of Sound, Mr. Frot’s Experiments on, 473
  • Venice, Maritime Activity in, 349
  • Ventilation, 645
  • Ventilation, Tunnel, 626
  • Ventilation of Tunnels and Buildings, Mr. Francis Fox, 601
  • Ventnor Urban District Council and Ventnor Gas and Water Company, 477
  • Vernon-Harcourt, Prof. A. G., Pentane Limp, 300
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited. Breech Screw adopted by the War-offire, 109
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, Engines of H.M.S. Amphitrite, 152
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, Launch of H.M.S. Amphitrite, 30, 45, 46, £8
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, Order for a Cruiser of the Cressy Typo, 141
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, Order for a New Japanese Battleship booked, 291
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, Quick-fire Field Gun, 103
  • Victoria, Economic Railway Construction in (Civil Engineering Supplement, July 22ad, 1898)
  • Vincent, Sir Howard, His Visit to Solingen and Essen, 430
  • Vogel and Noot’s Blast Furnace on the Adriatic 229
  • Vril Launch for the Russian Government, 80

W

  • WAGES Advances at Northern Shipyard’, 191
  • Wages on Clydeside, Weekly Payment of, 587
  • Wages, Coal Values and Miners', 14
  • Wages Disputes, 497
  • Wages in Melbourne in the Past Year, Rates of, 190
  • Wages, Miners’ Federation and the Proposed Advance of, 135
  • Wages Question, The Coal Strike and the, 21
  • Wages Question, The Darby shire Miners’ Associa¬tion and the, 95
  • Wages Question, The Lancashire Coalowners’ Association and the, 71
  • Wakeham, Mr. H. T., Appointed County Sur¬veyor for Middlesex, 10
  • Walker Bros., Messrs., Compound Ventilating Engines, 60, 64
  • Walker, Maynard, and Co., Re-opcn the Kilton- thorpe Ironstone Mine, 95
  • War Department, Posts to be Abolished by the, 177
  • War, Lossons to be Learnt from the, 121
  • War Notes, 32
  • Warships in Action, 255
  • Washington, Height of Buildings, Restrictions, 643
  • Water Analysis, Instruction on, Methods of New Cross Institute, 373
  • Water Divining, 554
  • Water Gas, Combustible Constituents of 1000 Cubic Feet of, 304
  • Water Gas, Conclusions of the Public Control Committee Relative to, 59
  • Water Meters for Jersey City, United States, 519
  • Water-power Plant, St. Anthony Falls, 160, 162
  • Water, Pressure Attained by Superheated, 85
  • Water, Purification of, 255, 426
  • Water Schemes for London, Private Bills relating to New, 643
  • Water Softening and Purification by the Arch- butt-Deeley Process, 121, 151, 188

Water Supply:

  • 477
  • Brentwood, 72
  • Birmingham from Central Wales, 243-245 Chicago, 94
  • Fire Protection in American Cities, 533
  • Intake, Chicago, 91
  • Intake Tunnel, Lake Erie, 264
  • Lindon, 85, 207, 262, 328, 418, 497, 508, 562, ' 593, 615, 619
  • London, Report of Sir William Crookes and Prof. Dewar, 85, 619
  • The London, Mr. W. Hunter’s Evidence, 593
  • East London, 207, 328, 562
  • Newport, Isle of Wight, 639
  • Newport, Mon., 72
  • Paisley, 396
  • Paris, 581
  • Plymouth, 301
  • Water-tight Doors to Bulkheads, 84
  • Water-tube Boilers—see Boilers, Water-tnbe Waterworks, On the Algal Flora of tho Hamburg, 205
  • Waterworks, Brede Valley, 259
  • Waterworks, Maidstone, 312
  • Waterworks for the Midlands, 396
  • Waterworks, Plymouth, 321, 323, 326, 346, 388
  • Waterworks for Shanghai, 85
  • Watson, Mr. F. L , Designing and Construction of Refuse Destructors, 482
  • Wave Stroke, Dynamometer for Measurement of, 166
  • Waves and Tides, Action of, on the Movement of Material on the Sea Coast, 290
  • Weatherburn, Mr. R., The Wear of Chains (Illustrated), 31
  • Webb's Equalising Buffer Arrangement for Rail¬way Vehicles, 91

Webb, Mr. F. W., The Iron Duke Engine Re¬built and Re-named the Jubilee, 205

  • Weber, Dr. L., Signalling System, 59
  • Weighing Machine to Weigh Coal as it is being Put into the Bunkers, Much Wanted, 373
  • Wellingborough Accident, The, 330
  • Welsh Coal Strike, The, 208, 210, 375
  • Werrington, Artesian Well at, 593, 602
  • West’s Gas Improvement Company, Limited, Works Extension, 45
  • West Middlesex Waterworks Company’s Bil', The, 643.
  • West’s Patent Pottery and Machine Company, Machine for Making Hollow Earthenware, 5
  • Westinghouse Brake on the Victorian Railways, Cost of Fitting the Goods Truck with, 94
  • Westinghouse Passenger Emergency Brake, The, 90
  • Whaleback Steamer, Launch of the Largest, 233
  • Wharf Accommodation on the Thames, 503
  • Wheeler, Mr. W. H., Action of Waves and Tides on the Movement of Material on the Sea Coast, 290
  • Wheeler, W. H., Improvement of Tidal Channels by Pump Dredging, 551
  • Wheels, Pneumatic, Tests Taken in France Show¬ing Advantage of, 303
  • While, Mr. J. M., His Now Post, 265
  • White, Mr. Henry Watkins, 396
  • White, Mr. Sidney, 329
  • White, Sir W. H., On the Education of Engi¬neers, 421, 433
  • White, Sir William, His Visit to Egypt and its Uses, 373
  • Whitehaven, Labour Demonstration at, 141
  • Whitehouse, Mr. E. E., Testing of Materials, 515
  • Wicksteed, Mr., Opening Address at the York¬shire College Engineering Society, 461 Widdowson, Mr. J. H., Order from the Govern¬ment Dockyard for his Tap3 for Belleville Boilers, 215
  • Wierner, Mr. A. E., Device for Obtaining a Re¬presentation of a Revolving Magnetic Field,
  • Wilde, Mr. F. S., 87
  • Williams Hinged Hammer Mill, The, 628
  • Williamp, Mr. Percy, On a Doable Carbide of Iron and Tungsten, 325
  • Willow Ware in America, The Manufacture of, 541
  • Wilson, Mr. Andrew, On “Prepayment Meters,” 108, 123
  • Wilson, Mr. Joseph William, 521
  • Wilson, Mr. Thomas, Presidential Address on Matters Affecting Gas Managers and the Public, 128
  • Wilson, Mr. William, 324
  • Wind Force Committee and Pressure-tubo Anemometers, 497
  • Wind’s Power, Utilisation of, Prof, la Cour on the, 137
  • Wind Pressure, 282, 333
  • Windsor Dock Bill, Toe, 96, 120
  • Wine Cooler or Refrigerator, Californian Uni¬versity, 211
  • Wire Ropes, 411
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Experiments at Pola and in Paris, 593
  • Wireless Telegraphy—see also Telegraphy, Etheric and Wireless
  • Wivenhoe Sewerage, 502
  • Wolseley-Lewis, Mr. F. T., On Marine Engineer- ! ing Practice, 527
  • Wood and Co., Limited, Messrs. Edw., The New Midland Hotel, Manchester, 335
  • Wood-planing Machine, 6f2
  • Wood Pulp and Timber Export from Norway, 35
  • Wood Seasoning by Electric Action, 565
  • Wood for Warships, Fireproof, 626
  • Wool Shipments from New South Wales, 593
  • Worcester and Upper Forest Works, Future before the, 96
  • Workington Docks, 203
  • Workman, Clark, and Co., Messrs., The Mail Steamer Sado Maru, 53
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, The, 4, 14, 19, 31, 45, 46, 120, 200, 477
  • Workmen's Compensation Act, Action under, 200
  • Workman’s Compensation Act, 1897, Mr. C. S. Ellery an, 4
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, Local Authorities and the, 31
  • Workmen’s Competition Act in Operation, 477
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, Railway Employ made to Submit to a topical Test, 120
  • Workmen’s Cottages, 469
  • Worsdell, Mr. Wilson, Conversion. of No. 1619
  • Locomotive on the North-Eastern Railway into a Three-cylinder Compound of New Type, 206
  • Wreck of the Mohegan, 419, 422
  • Wreck Statistics for 1897, 203
  • Wright, Prof. G., On the Ag« of Niagara Falls 4/3
  • Wrightson, Mr. Stephen, 577
  • Wuchow, Trade of, 155

X-Y-Z

  • YARROW and Co., 1886-7, Torpedo Boat Engines, 321
  • Yorkshire Coalfield, Development of a, 112
  • Yorkshire Coalowners and the Workmen’s Com¬pensation Act, 14
  • Yorkshire Coal Trade, 262
  • Yorkshire Iron, Best, 308, 333
  • Yorkshire Miners, The, 398
  • Yorkshire Pits’ Lad Strike—s«e Pit Lads’ Strike
  • Young, Messrs., Hydraulic Propeller Starter, 61
  • ZANZIBAR, Agricultural Department to Increase the Staple Products of, 85
  • Zickler, Prof., Experiments with Ultra - violet L'ght on a Telegraphic Instrument, 373




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