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The Engineer 1900 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1900 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1900 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1900 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1900 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1900 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1900 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1900 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1900 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1900 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1900 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1900 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.

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List of Names

A

  • ABOUKIR, H.M.S., 519
  • Aire, Railway Bridges over the (Supplement, April 20th, 1900), 402, 403, 404, 438, 439
  • American Corliss Engines for Electrio Traction, 532, 533, 558
  • Machine Tools, 323, 324, 325, 400, 401, 510, 511
  • Milling Machine, 400, 401 Radial Drill, 400
  • Stoker Company’s Mechanical Stokers on s.s. Pennsylvania, 101, 102
  • Turret Drills, 325
  • Turret Lathe, 166, 167, 168, 169, 219, 220, 221, 276, 277
  • Amos, Mr. E. C., Portable Pneumatic Tools, 315, 337, 338, 339
  • Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Sir W. G,, 8in. I Central Pivot Naval Mounting, 88, 93
  • Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Sir W. G., 4-7in. | Quick-fire Gun on Pedestal Mounting, 61
  • Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Sir W. G., J High Angle Naval Mounting, 89
  • Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co.. Sir W. G., { 6-pounder Quick-fire Mounting, 59, 62
  • Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Sir W. G., j 12-pounder Quick-fire Gun on Pedestal Mount¬ing, 59, 63
  • Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Sir W. G., Hydraulic Dredger for Calcutta, 668, 669 Arrol and Co., Limited, Sir Wm., Ironworks of, 506, 507. 560, 561
  • Artesian Wells, Extracting Tool for, 287
  • Asahi, Grounding of the, 517
  • Ashtead. Sewage Cultivation Tank, 91
  • A'siout Barrage, The, 535, 539
  • Assouan Dam, The {Supplement, May 11<A, 1900), 480
  • Atmo-pheric Steam Heating Company, Heating with Exhaust Steam, 273
  • Anstrian State Railways, Compound Locomotive, Paris Exhibition, 514
  • Aveling and Porter, Limited. Boiler, Royal Agri¬cultural Society’s Show, 652
  • Aveling and Porter, Limited, Compound Traction Engine and Wagon for South Africa, 99
  • Avery, Limited, Messrs. W. and T., Large Weigh¬bridges, 456, 457

B

  • BAGDAD Railway, 490
  • Bedford Engineering Company, Locomotive Steam Crane, 74
  • Belfast and Northern Counties of Ireland Rail- I way, Compound Express Locomotive (Supple¬ment, January 5th, 1900), 11
  • Bslleisle Experiments, The, 509, 596, 597
  • Belleisle in Dock, H.M.S., 617
  • Belvoir Castle Tramroad, 1793, 429
  • Benjamin, Mr. Chas. Hy., Friction of Steam Packings, 627
  • Berend and Co., 0., Limited, Revolution Counter, ! 58
  • Berlin Tramways, Engines for the (Supplement), May 25th and June 15th, 1900)
  • Bethlehem Armour Plate for Russia, 543
  • Beyer, Peacock, and Co., Limited, Goods Loco¬motive, Midland and South-Western Railway, 195
  • Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Co., Hospital Train, 48
  • Blaxton Gss Engine, 680
  • Boulton, Mr. Jas. Watt, An Experimental Launch, 626, 627
  • Bourdon Gauges, 154, 235, 313
  • Boynton Shield, 37
  • Bradbury’s Saw Guard, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 650
  • Brady, Mr. John, Crank Shafts, 467
  • Brown and Co., Floating Metallic Packing, 291
  • Bulgarian State Railways, Rolling Stock, 814

C

  • CAMPBELL Gas Engine Company, Oil Eogine, Search-light Plant, 427
  • Cardium, s.s., Liquid Fuel Apparatus of, 534, 590
  • Carnegie Armour for Rucsia, 233, 423
  • Carter and Wright, Key-seating Machine, 364
  • Chicago River, Counterbalanced Swing Bridge over, 518, 520
  • Clayton and Shuttle worth, 8 Horsepower Compound Traction Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 650, 652
  • Cleator and Workington Railway, a Derailed , ' Locomotive, 207
  • Colenso Bridge over the Tugela River (Supplement, March 30th, 1900), 330
  • Colenso and Frere New Bridges—Half Span, 179 I
  • Cork, B&Ddon and South Coast Railway, Steel Sole Plates (Contract Open), 48
  • County of London Electric Lighting Company,
  • City-road Station, 197, 198. 199, 202
  • County of London Electric Lighting Company’s Districts, Map, 197
  • County of London Electric Lighting Company, Wandsworth Station, 224, 226, 228
  • Courtney and Birkett, Messrs., Extracting Tool for Artesian Wells, 287
  • Crccaus, Mail s.s., Damage to and Repair of, 449, 450, 451
  • Czischek and Tentschert, Herren, Novel Canal Lift, 74

D

  • DAIMLER Car (1900 Pattero), 509. 625
  • Dalmarnock Ironworks, 506, 507, 560, 561
  • Dalrymple, Mr. A., On the Breakage of Screw Shafts (Figs. 1, 2. 3), 458
  • Davidson, Major, Military Motor Car, 48
  • Deas, Mr. James, 10
  • Dolcoath Mine, Winding Machinery, 288, 289
  • Duluth and Davenport, Newark and Fullerton, Swing Bridges Worked by Electricity, 583, 584
  • Dutch Ironclad Koningin Regentes, 140, 146

E

  • EADIE, Mr. Alexander, Cupola L:ning, 301
  • Eccleston Ferry, Sewage Installation at, 90
  • Egyptian Railway Administration, Special Saloon for, Brown. Marshalls, and Co., 665
  • Egyptian Railway Saloons, 612
  • Egyptian Sugar, Manufacture of, 373, 374, 375, 376
  • Elswick Naval Mountings, 59, 62 63, 64. 88, 59, 93, 112. 113, 116, 191, 192, 234, 245, 246, 247
  • Elswick Naval Mountings, Armoured Gun-house for Japanese Cruisers, 113
  • Ensley Basic Steel Works, Alabama, U.S.A., 142, 143
  • Evoy Compass, The, 180

F

  • FARCOT One-cylinder Engine, The, Paris Exhibition, 664
  • Fay and Scott Turret Lathe, 166, 167, 168, 169
  • Faz’lka, s.s., Map of her Course, 681
  • Repairing her Propeller Shaft, 681
  • Fifield Tool Company, 32in. Triple-geared Lathe, 323
  • Foden's Straw Press, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 653
  • Fosdick and Holloway Machine Tool Company, Radial Drilling Machine, 33
  • France, Light Railways in, 345, 476, 477
  • French Commerce Destroyer Guichen, 611
  • Railways, Express Engine, Orleans Rail¬way, 581
  • Locomotives, by M. E. Sauvage, 678
  • Reversing and Starting
  • Gear for, 680

G

  • GARRARD, Mr., Milling Cutter, 466
  • General Baquedano, Engines of the Corvette, 378, 379, 381
  • Glehn, Mods, de, Locomotive No. 701, 678
  • Glover and Co., M., Adjustable Saw Guard. 12
  • Graham, Morton, and Co., Limited, Coal Elevat¬ing and Conveying Plant, 349
  • Great Britain e.s., Stranding and Floating of the, 271, 272
  • Repair of her Damaged Pro¬peller, 555
  • Great Eastern Railway, Standard Goods Engine, 207
  • Great Northern Railway, Automatic Couplers, 523
  • Great Northern Railway, Bridges over the Aire, 259, 260, 261. 402, 403, 404, 438, 439 {Supple¬ment, April 20th, 1900)
  • Great Northern Railway, Express Locomotive, 286
  • Great Western Railway, Passenger Locomotive, Mr. W. Dean, 657
  • Great Western Railway, 20-Ton Coal Wagon, 73

H

  • HALL and Co., B. J., Electro Photo-Printicg Apparatus, 363
  • Hamburg-American Liner Deutschland, Vulcan Company, 100
  • Harrogate Electric L:ghting Station, Combined Engine and Dynamo, 253
  • Hartford Lathes, 324
  • Hartness Flat-turret Lathe, 219. 220, 221
  • Hathorn, Davey, and Co., Triple – expansion Pumping Engines. Leeds, 150, 151, 152, 153
  • Hele-Sbaw, Prof. H. S., On Road Locomotion, 468, 469, 494, 495, 547
  • Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., Limited, 2000 Indi¬cated Horse-power Compound Corliss Engine,
  • Hogg, Mr. Alexander, Road-paring Machine, 677
  • Hongkong, Port of, 559
  • Hulet Hydraulic Unloader, The, 331
  • Hull Corporation, Electric Lighting, Engines and Dynamos, 305, 307
  • Hunslet Engine Company, Narrow Gauge Side Tank Locomotive, 44, 45

I

  • INDIAN State Railways, Covered Goods Wagons (Contract Open), 73
  • Indian State Railways, East Bengal, Bogie for Passenger Carriages, 180, 182
  • Ivatt, Mr. H. A., Great Northern Engines, 286
  • Ivernia, Eogines of the, Wallsend Slipway Company, 351

J

  • JAPAN, Miike Mines, Hydraulic Power Plant for, Mr. H. Davey, 613, 614
  • Japanese Battleship Asahi, 382, 390
  • Cruiser Asama, Imperial, 465
  • Cruiser Yaknmo, The Imperial, 460, 465
  • 12in. Gun Mounting, 225
  • Jessop and Appleby Bros., Electrically-worked Jib Crane, 348
  • Jessop, William, 58

K

  • KERR, Stuart, and Co., Limited, Siege Train Locomotive and Wagons, 61
  • Kettle and Prosser’s Railway, 1843, 9

L

  • LAVAL Steam Turbines, 607, 608
  • Leeds, Triple-expansion Pumping Engines, Leeds, 150, 151, 152, 153
  • Lenke, Mr., Superheated Steam, 621
  • London Electric Snpply Corporation, Deptford, Coal-transporting Plant, 635, 638, 639, 640
  • London and South-Western Railway, Water-tube Fire-boxes, Mr. D. Drummond, 464
  • Longworth Power Hammer, The, 236, 237
  • Loudon Bros., Shaping Machine, 70
  • Lowry, Lieut. R. S., Methods of Coaling Ships at Sea, 75
  • Lucas’s Motor Car, 211
  • Lnngstrom’s Crankless Engine, 362

M

  • MALCOLM, Mr. B., Compound Express Loco- , motive (Supplement, January 6<A, 1900), 11
  • Margarita, Steam Yacht, Scott and Co., 479
  • Martel,, Mr. Benjamin, Plate Presented to, 208
  • Mengarini Regulator, The, 197
  • Midland and South-Western Railway, Goods Loco¬motive, 195
  • Mitchell, Mr. Andrew, Failure of Propeller Shafts, 571
  • Morgans, Mr. Wm.. Winding Machinery, Dol- j coath Mine, 288, 289

N

  • NAIHATI Mills, Rope Driven Pulley, 35
  • Nanking Naval College, The, 600
  • "National” Gas Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show 651
  • Neild, Mr. H. W., Portable Water Steriliser. 333
  • Neilson, Reid, and Co., Four-coupled Bogie Loco¬motive, 538
  • Netherlands Railway, Central, Four-coupled Bogie Locomotive, Neilson, Reid, and Co., 538
  • New Orleans Voiturette, The, 625
  • New York, Electric Underground Railway for, 424, 425, 426
  • New York, Proposed Transit Facilities for, with Map, 128
  • Nile Irrigation Works, Assiout Barrage, 535, 539
  • Nile Irrigation Works, Assouan Dam (Supplement, May IDA, 1900), 480
  • North-Eastern Railway Express Passenger Engine, Mr. Wilson Worsdell (Supplement, Match 9th, 1900)
  • Norwegian Coast Defence Ship, Eidsvold, 616
  • Norwegian Navy, Armour Plate for the, 124
  • Norwich, Gothic Works, Laurence, Scott, and Co., Limited, 588, 589
  • Nunn, Mr. F. C., Balanced 0:1 Engines, 571

O

  • OCEAN, H.M.S., 219

P

  • “PARAGON” Launch Oil Engine, Royal Agri¬cultural Society’s Show, 651
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway. Electric Train Lighting Apparatus, 232
  • Exhibition, 117, 120, 164, 171, 278, 279, 303
  • (Supplement, April 6th, 1900), 407
  • Great Telescope at, 489 Locomotives at the. 585, 586
  • Prime Movers at. 607
  • Metropolitan Railway, 81, 85, £6, 92
  • Railway Bridges over the Seine at Crenelle, 5, 14
  • Partons Marine Steam Turbine Company, H.M. Destroyer Viper, 170,174
  • Patent Shaft and Axletree Company, Colenso and Frere New Bridges, 179
  • Player Power Hammer, The 327
  • Plenty and Son, 650-Kilowatt Ferranti – Plenty Plant, 386, 387,388
  • Port Mourant, Berbice, British Guiana, Drainage Plant, 4
  • Preston, Electric Manufacturing Works, 636, 642, 643, 646
  • Princess Christian Hospital Train, The, 48

R

  • RAILWAY Signal Company, Limited, Fog Signal Detonator Economiser, 140
  • Read, H. G., Problem in Trusses, 493
  • Reavell and Co., Limited, Electrically-driven Air Compressor, 676
  • Ripper's Mean Pressure Indicator, 101
  • Robinson, Jas., Scavenger Gauge, 492
  • Russia, Armour Plates for, 423, 543
  • Russo, Captain, Navipendulum Apparatus. 353. 354, 355,356

S

  • SCHANZER, Signor R., Mysterious Fractures of Steel Shafts, 440. 441
  • Scherz9r Type cf Bascule Drawbridge, 563, 569, 570
  • Schonheyder, Mr. William, Water Meters of the Present Day, 125, 126, 127
  • Scott-Moncrieff System of Sewage Disposal, 90,
  • Scott and Mountain, Ernest, Combined Eogire and Dynamo, 37
  • Soott and Mountain, Ernest, Electric Hauling Gear for Mines, 36, 87
  • Sellers and Co., Boring and Milling Machine, 484
  • Sebera and Co., Wm., Boring and Milling Machine,
  • Seraing,^Belgium, 6501.H.P. Gas Blowing Engine, 663, 672
  • Sharp, Stewart, and Co., Duplex Triple-geared Lathe, 431
  • Shimonoseki Tunnel, Plan, 626
  • Simpson and Co., Limited, A. Eadie’s Cupola Lining, 301
  • Sinclair’s Oil Burner, Royal Agricultural Society's 1 Show, 651
  • Smith, Mr. A. Geo., Purification of Acetylene Gas, 290
  • and Co., John, Lithe for Facing Columns, 622
  • Mr. G. F., Radial Drilling Machine, 621
  • Mr. Sebastian, Safety Pit Props, 34
  • South Africa, Guns of Position and Siege Guns for the War. 6, 7
  • Stillman, F. H., Pressure Gauge, 211
  • Strawsonic Pump, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 650
  • Sulzer Bros., Engines for the Berlin Tramways ( (Supplements, May 25th and Jmi 15th, 1900), 546
  • Surrey Railways, Early, Bridges, 58
  • Surrey Railways, Early, Stone Block Sleepers and Old Crane at Wandsworth, 8

T

  • TEMPER LEY Transporter, 385
  • Temperley Transporter Company, Coal Transporting Plant, 635, 638, 639, 610
  • Thearle, S. J. P., Distribution of Materials in the Upper Works of Large Steamers, 155
  • Thornycroft's Patent Expanding Condeneer Ferrule, 509
  • Tbuillier and Aubry, MM., Acetyleno Generator, 291
  • Tugela, Span of the New Bridge over the, Patent ; Shaft and Axlotree Co., Limited, 66, 71
  • Tugela, Temporary Trestle Bridge over the, 485
  • Tramways and Light Railwaye Exhibition, Electro¬magnetic Brake, 667

U

  • UNITED States Battleship Georgia, 592
  • United States Battleships, Nos. 5 and 6, Kearsarge and Kentucky (Supplement, January 26th, 1800), 100

V

  • VAPOUR Preventer Company, System for Pre¬venting Condensation on Windows, 2, 10
  • Verity’s Flexible Shaft Coupling, 521
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, 12'5-pounder Field Gun, 178
  • Viper, H.M. Destroyer, 170,174

W

  • WALKER Automatic Flushing Tank Syphon, The, 287
  • Wellman Charging Machine, The, 273, 274, 282
  • Westinghouse Electro-magnetic Traction System for Tramways, 430, 431
  • Weston Pulley Blocks, Efficiency of. 154
  • Willesden Electricity Works, 451, 452, 453
  • Worsdell, Mr. Wilson, Express Passeuger Engine, North-Eastern Railway (Supplement, March 9lh, 1900)

X-Y-Z

  • YOUNGER, Mr. A. Scott, Corrosion and Failure of Propeller Shafts, 414, 415

Subject Matter

A

  • ACETYLENE Gas, Purification of, Mr. A. Geo. Smith, 290
  • Acetylene Generator, MM. Thuillier and Aubry, 291
  • Air Compressor, Electrically-driven, Rsavell and Co., Limited, 676
  • Ammeter Records of Power Ab'orbed by Heavy Machine Tools (Supplement, March 23) d, 1900), 306
  • Armour Plate for the Norwegian Navy, 124
  • Armour Plates for Russia, 233, 423, 543
  • Armoured Train, An, 562, 564
  • Automatic Fire Annunciator, 679

B

  • BARRAGE, Assiout, 535, 539
  • Boiler, Aveling and Porter’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 652
  • Bering and Milling Machine, Wm. Sellers and Co., 484, 510, 511
  • Bridge, Bascule Draw, The Scherz9r Type, 668, 669, 670
  • Coleose and Frere New (Supplement, March 30th, 1900), 66, 71, 17», 330
  • Counterbalanced Swing, over the Chicago River, 618, 520
  • Early Surrey, 58
  • Over the Aire, Great Northern Riilway (Supplement, April 20th, 1900), 259, 260, 261, 402, 403, 404, 438, 439
  • Over the Seine at Grenelle, Railway, 5, 14
  • Swing, Worked by Electricity, 583, 584
  • Tugela River, The Colenso (Supplement, March 30th, 1900), 66, 71, 179, 330
  • Tugela River, Temporary Trestle, 485

C

  • CANAL Lift, A Novel, Prof. Czischek and Herr Tentschert, 74
  • Chuck, Automatic Jig, 412
  • Coal Elevating and Conveying Plant, Graham, Morton, and Co., Limited, 349
  • Transporting Plant, The Temperley Trans¬porter Company, 635, 638, 639, 640
  • Wagon, 20-Ton, Great Western Railway, 73
  • Coaling Ships at Sea, Methods of, Lieut. R. S. Lowry, 75
  • Compass, The Evoy, 180
  • Condensation on Windows, System for Preventing, 210
  • Couplers, Automatic, Great Northern Railway, 523
  • Crane, Electrically-worked Jib, Jessop and Appleby Brothers, 348
  • Locomotive Steam, Bedford Engineering Company, 74
  • Crank Shafts, Mr. John Brady, 467
  • Cupola Lining, Mr. Alexander Eadie, 301
  • Cycle Artillery, Major Davidson’s Military Motor Car, 48

D

  • DRAINAGE Plant, Port Mourant, Berbice, British Guiana, 4
  • Dredger, Hydraulic, Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., 668, 669
  • Drilling Machine, Radial, American, 400
  • Fosdick and Holloway
  • Machine Tool Com¬pany, 33
  • Mr. G. F. Smith, 624

E

  • ELECTRIC Driving for Heavy Machine Tools, Atlas Works, Sheffield [Supple¬ment, March 23rd, 1900), 306
  • Hauling Gear for Mines, Ernest Scott and Mountain, 36, 37
  • Lighting Company, City of London, Wandsworth Station, 224, 226, 228
  • Lighting Station, Harrogate, Com¬bined Engine and Dynamo, 253
  • Lighting Station, Hull Corporation, Engine and Dynamo, 305, 337
  • Manufacturing Works, Prestoo, 636, 642, 643, 646
  • Regalator, The Mengarini, 197
  • Supply Corporation, London, 650- Kilowatt Ferranti-Plenty Plant, £86,
  • 387, 388
  • Supply Station, City-road, 197, 198, 199, 202
  • Train L:ghting Apparatus, Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 232
  • Electricity Works, Willesden, 451, 452, 453
  • Electro magnetic Brake, Tramways and Light Railways Exhibition, 667
  • Electro Photo-printing Apparatus, B. J. Hall and Co., 303
  • Engines, Balanced Oil, Mr. F. C. Nunn, 571
  • for the Berlin Tramways, Salzir Bros.
  • (Suppltments, May 25f A and June 15th, 1900), 546
  • Compound Corliss, 2000 I.H.P., Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., 35, 40
  • Compound Traction, 8 H.P., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 650, 652
  • of the Corvette General Baquedano, 378, 379, 381
  • and Dynamo Combined, Harrogate Electric Lighting Company, 253
  • and Dynamo Combined, Ernest Scott and Mountain, 37
  • for Electric Traction, American Corliss, 532, 533, 558
  • Farcot One-cylinder, Paris Exhibition, 664
  • Gas, The Blaxton, 680
  • Gas-blowing (650 I.H.P.), Seraing, Bel¬gium, 663, 672
  • Gas, “National,” Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 651
  • ol the Ivernia, Wallsend Slipway Com¬pany, 351
  • Lungstrom’s Crankless, 362 “ Paragon” Launch Oil, Royal Agricul¬tural Society’s Show, 651
  • Pumping, Triple-expansion, Leeds, Ha- thorn, Davey, and Co., 150, 151, 152, 153
  • Exhibition. Paris International (Supplement, April 6th, 1900), 117, 120, 164, 174, 278, 279, 303, 407
  • Extracting Tool for Artesian Wells, Messrs. Courtney and Birkett, 287

F

  • FERRULE, Thornycroft’s Patent Expanding Condensing, 509
  • Fire-boxes, Water-tube, Mr. D. Drummond, 464
  • Furnace Charging Machine, Wellman Leaver Engineering Company, 273, 274, 282

G

  • GAS Cylinder Testing Apparatus, 572
  • Gauges, Bourdon, 154, 285, 313
  • Gauge, Scavenger, Jas. Robinson, 492
  • Guard, Saw, M. Glover and Co., 12
  • Guns of Position and Siege Guns for the War, 6, 7

H

  • HAMMER, Longworth Power, 236, 237
  • Player Power, 327
  • Heating with Exhaust Steam, 273
  • Hospital Train, Princess Christian, 48
  • Hydraulic Power Plant for the Miike Mines, Japan, Mr. H. Davey, 613, 614
  • Hydraulic Unloader, The Uulet, 331

I

  • INDICATOR, Ripper’s Mean Pressure, 101
  • Ironworks, Dalmarnock, Sir Wm. Arrol and Co., Limited, 506, 507
  • Irrigation Works, Nile, Assiout Barrage, 535, 539
  • Assouan Dam {Supple¬ment, Ala y 11th, 1900), 480

K

  • KEY-SEATING Machine, Carter and Wright, 364

L

  • LATHE, Duplex Triple-geared, Sharp, Stewart, and Co., 434
  • for Facing Columns, John Smith and Co., 622
  • Hartford, 324
  • Ilartness Flat-turret, 219, 220, 221
  • Triple-geared 32in., Fifield Tool Com¬pany, 323
  • Turret (American), 166, 167, 168, 169, 219, 220, 221, 276. 277
  • Turret, Messrs. Fay and Scott, 166, 167, 168, 169
  • Launch, an Experimental, Mr. Jas. Watt BouRod, : 626, 627
  • Light Railways in France, 476, 477
  • Liquid Fuel Apparatus of s.s. Cardium, 534, 590
  • Locomotive, Compound, Austrian State Railways, Paris Exhibition, 514
  • Compound Express, Belfast and Northern Counties of Ireland (Supplement, Januari/ 5r/< , 1900), 11
  • Derailed, Cleator and Workington Railway, 207
  • Express, Great Northern Railway, Mr. H. A. Ivatt, 286
  • Express Passenger, North-Eastern Railway, Mr. W. Worsdell (Sup¬plement, March 9lh, 1900)
  • Four coupled Bogie, Central Netherlands Railway, Neilson, Reid, and Co., 538
  • French, M. E. Sauvage on, 678
  • French, No. 701, Mons. de Glehn, 678
  • French, Orleans Railway, 581
  • French, Reversiogand Starting Gear, 630
  • Goods, Midland and South-Western, 195
  • Narrow-gauge Side Tank, Hunslet Eogine Company, 44, 45
  • at the Paris Exhibition, 685, 586
  • Passenger, Great Western Railway, Mr. W. Dean, 657
  • Standard Goods, Great Eastern, 207 ,
  • and WagOD, Compound TractioD, for South Africa, Aveling and Porter, Limited, 99
  • and Wagons, Siege Train. Kerr, Stuart and Co., Limited, 61

M

  • MACHINE Tools, American, 219, 220,221, 276, 277, 323, 324, 325, 4C0, 401, 510, 511
  • Ammeter Records of Power Absorbed by Heavy (Sup¬plement, March 23rd, 1900), 306
  • Turret Lathe, Fay and Scott, 166, 167, 168, 169
  • Map, County of London Electric Lighting Com¬pany’s District, 197
  • New York, showing Proposed New Transit Facilities, 128
  • Metallic Packing, Floating, Messrs. Brown and Co., 291
  • Milling Cutter, Mr. Garrard, 466
  • Machine, American, 400, 401
  • Motor Car, Lucas’s, 211
  • Carriiges, Some Light, 625

N

  • NAVAL College, Nanking, 600
  • Mountings, Elswick—see Ordnance
  • Navipendulum Apparatus, Captain Russo's, 353, 354, 355, 356

O

  • OIL BURNER, Sinclair's, Royal Agriculture Society’s Show, 651
  • Ordnance, Elswick Naval Mountings, 59, 62, 63, 64, 88. 89, 93. 112, 113, 116, 191, 192, 234, 245, 246, 247
  • Elswick Naval, Quick-fire Guns on Pedestal Mounting, 59, 62, 63, 64
  • 12'5-Pounder Field Gun, Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, 178

P

  • PERMANENT WAY, Steel Sole Plates, Cork, Bandon, and South Coast Railway, 48
  • Pig Iron, Device for Sampling, 392
  • Plate Presented to Mr. Benjamin Martell, 208
  • Pneumatic Tools, Portable, Mr. E. C. Amos, 315, 337
  • Port of Hongkong, Map of. 559
  • Portrait, Deas, Mr. Jas., 10
  • Portrait, W. Jessop, 58
  • Pressure Gauge, F. II. Stillman, 211
  • Prime Movers at the Paris Exhibition, 607
  • Propeller of the Great Britain s.s., Repair of the Damaged, 555
  • Shafts, Corrosion and Failure of, Mr. A. Scott Younger on the, 414. 415
  • Shafts, Failure of, Mr. A. Mitchell on, 571
  • Props, Safety Pit, Mr. Sebastian Smith, 34
  • Pulley Blocks, Weston, their Efficiency, 154
  • Pulley, Rope-driven, Naihati Mills, 35
  • Pump, Strawsonic, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 650

R

  • RADIAL Drilling Machine, American, 400
  • Drilling Machine, Foadickand Holloway
  • Machine Tool Company, 83
  • Drilling Machine, Mr. G. F. Smith, 624
  • Railway, Bagdad, 490
  • Electric Underground, New York, 424, 425, 426
  • Kettle and Prosser’s. 1843, 9 in France, Light, 345
  • Paris Metropolitan, 84, 85, £6, 92
  • of Surrey, Early, Stone Block Sleepers and Old Crane at Wandsworth, 8
  • Revolution Counter, O. Bshrend and Co., Limited, 58
  • Road Locomotion, Prof. H. S. Hele-Shaw, 468, 469, 494, 495, 547
  • Road-paring Machine, Mr. Alexander Hogg, 677
  • Rolling Stock, Bulgarian State Railways, 314
  • Covered Goods Wagons, Indian State Railways, Contractopen, 73
  • Egyptian Railway Saloons, Brown, Marshalls, and Co., 612, 665
  • for South Africa, 48, 99 Indian Railways, Bogie for Passen¬ger Carriages, 180, 182 20-Ton Coal Wagon, Great Western Railway, 73

S

  • SAW Guard, Adjustable, M. Glover and Co., 12
  • Bradbury’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 650
  • Searchlight Plant, Portable Oil Engine, The Campbell Gas Engine Company, 427
  • Sewage Disposal, The Scott-Moncrieff System of, 90, 91
  • Shafts, Breakage of Screw, Mr. A. Dalrymple cn, Figs. 1, 2, and 3, 458
  • Coupling, Verity’s Flexible, 521
  • Crank, Mr. John Brady, 467
  • Steel Mysterious Fractures of, Sig. R. Schanzsr, 440, 441
  • Shaping Machine, Loudon Brothers, 70
  • Shield, Bullet-proof, 37

Ships:

  • Battleships, British ;
  • Aboukir, 519
  • Belleisle, 509, 596, 597, 617
  • Ocean, 249
  • Battleships, Foreign:—
  • Dutch, Koningin Regentes, 140, 146
  • Japanese, Asahi, 382, 390, 517
  • Norwegian, Eidovold, 616
  • United States, Georgia, 592
  • United States, Kearsarge and
  • Kentucky (Supplimcnt, 2Qlk January, 1900), 100
  • Cruisers, Foreign
  • French, Gnichen, 611
  • Japanese, Yakumo and Asama, 460, 465
  • Torpedo Boats, Catchers, Destroyers, Gunboats &c., British Viper, Destroyer, 170, 174
  • Mercantile, Passenger and other, British Crcesus, Damage to and Repair of, 449, 450,
  • 451
  • Fazilka, Transport, 681
  • Great Britain, Standing and Floating of, 271, 272
  • Margarita, Steam Yacht, 479
  • Steamers, Large, Mr. S. J. P. Thearle on the Distribution of Materials in, 155
  • Mercantile, Passenger and other, Foreign:— German Liner Deutschland, 100
  • Signal Detonator Economiser, Fog, Railway
  • Signal Company, Limited, 140
  • Steam Packings, Friction of, Mr. Chas. Hy. Benjamin, 627
  • Steam Turbines, Laval, 607, 6C8
  • Steel Works, Alabama, Ensley Basic, 142, 143
  • Stokers, Mechanical, on s.s. Pennsylvania, American Stoker Company, 101, 102
  • Straw Press, Foden’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 653
  • Sugar, Manufacture of Egyptian, 373, 874, 375, 376
  • Superheated Steam, Mr. Lenke on, 621
  • Syphon, Automatic Flushing Tank, The Walker Patent, 287

T

  • TELESCOPE at the Paris Exhibition, Great, 489
  • Tools, Portable Pneumatic, Mr. E. C. Amos, 315, 337, 338, 339
  • Train, Princess Christian Hospital, 48
  • Tramroad, 1793, Belvoir Castle, 429
  • Tramways, Surface - contaot Traction System, Westinghouse Electric Company, 430, 431
  • Transit Facilities for New York, Proposed New 128
  • Transporter, Temperlev, 385
  • Trusses, Problem in, H. G. Read, 493
  • Tunnel, Shimonoseki, Plan of, 626
  • Turret Drills, American, 325
  • Tarret Lathee, American, 166, 167 168, 169, 219, 220, 221, 276, 277

W

  • WATER Meters of the Present Day, Mr. Wm. SchGnheyder, 126, 125,127
  • Water Steriliser, Portable, Mr. H. W. Neild, 363
  • Water-tube Fire-boxes, London and South-Western Railway, Mr. D. Drummond, 464
  • Weighbridges, Largo, Messrs. W. and T. Avery, Limited, 456, 457
  • Winding Machinery, Dolcoath Mine, Mr. Wm, Morgan?, 288, 289
  • Works of Laurence, Scott, and Co., Limited Norwich, 588, 589