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A

  • 1901, 15

Accidents, Explosions, and Fines:

  • Bridge Collapse, Leeds and Liverpool Canal, (261)
  • Cage, Trimdon Colliery, (544)
  • Castle Pit, Cyfarthfa, Death of Mr. Arnold, (472)
  • Dynamite Explosion, New York, (261)
  • Fall of Overhead Tram Wire, Sheffield, (37)
  • H.M.S. Mars. on Board, 378, 379
  • Home-office Report for 1901 of Fatal Mine and Quarry Accidents, (89)
  • Lift, Bradford, (537)
  • Motor Omnibus, at Scarborough, (459)
  • Safety Lamps and Colliery Explosions, 506, £91
  • Seaham Harbour New Docks, Mr. A. C. Brown Killed at, (26)
  • Stockton-on-Teei Ironworks, Remarkable Acci¬dent at, (13)
  • Traction Engine Precipitated on to the North Stafford Railway, (433)
  • United States Deaths and Iojuries from Light¬ning and Railway Accidents in 1900, (386,
  • West Elliot Colliery, New Tredegar, Accident to Steel Girder, (214)
  • Explosion, Ardeer Factory of Nobel’s Explosives Company, (63), (89)
  • Explosions, Boiler :
  • Board of Trade Report on, (261)
  • Enquiries and Investigations under Provisions ot the Act, (261)
  • German Empire, 1899, (620)
  • Model Steamer on the Serpentine, (37)
  • Rochdale, (89)
  • Vilumara, Madrid, (89)
  • Explosion of Mond Gas, (13)
  • Explosion at the Electric Faso Works near Ghorley, (630)
  • Explosion of Refrigerating Plant, The Alleged, (44)
  • Explosions, Safety Lamps and Colliery, 506, 591
  • Explosion in a Sheffield Foundry, (363), (420)
  • Fires :
  • Barbican, Telephone Lines Destroyed, (433)
  • Bertrams, Limited, Edinburgh, (190)
  • Car Shed of the Trolley Company at Paterson, New Jersey, (166)
  • Chatham Dockyard, (583), (607) [
  • Electric Factory of Froyards, near Nancy, (409)
  • Hyde Park Locomotive Works, (522)
  • New S. Griffin Pit, (214)
  • Newsum and Co.’s Timber Mills, Gainsborough, (409)
  • Railway Workshops, Cairo, (504)
  • Rolling Stock Depót of the Samara and Zatoust Railway, (291)
  • AERIAL Navigator, Another, (485)
  • Aeronauts, Altitude Reached by Dr. Bersen and Dr. Suriog, (630)
  • Agricultural implements, Bad Quality of Russian, j (561)
  • Agricultural Machinery and Implements Imported into Odessa, Total Weight of, 1900, (190)
  • Agricultural Machinery, Use of Modern, in Asturias, (511)
  • Air Blast, 12
  • Air Compressors for Raising Oil at Baku, Use of, (561)
  • Air Pressures Used in Playing Brass Instruments, Dr. E. 11. Barton and Mr. S. C. Laws on the, (43)
  • Airship, Tbo Barton, 392
  • A Brooklyn Inventor’s, (630)
  • M. Santos Dumont’s, at the Crystal Palace. (314)
  • Airships, New, (409)
  • Air, Travel in, 12, 47, 71, 84, 121, 147, 171, 194. 218, 219, 214, (261), 295, 290, 417, 440, 467, ; 493
  • Alcohol, Denaturised Untaxed, Consumption in Germany for Technical Purposes, (583)
  • Peru, industrial Use of, 611 v. Petroleum, The Competition in Paris, (89,
  • from Sugar-cane in Peru, Annual Pro¬duction of, (607)
  • Alliance, The New, and its Commercial Effects, 192
  • Alloys of Nickel and Copper cannot be Mag¬netised, (287)
  • Almanacs, Calendars, &c., 28, 48, 77, 124, 150
  • Aluminium as an Alloy, (214)
  • Anode, Utilisation of the Properties of, The Best Lubricant to Use on, (166)
  • Bronzas, Tests of, (31)
  • and Magnesium, with Ammonium Chloride Solution, Fused Mixtures of, (314)
  • -ZincAlloys. Castings made from, (237)
  • American v. English Machinery in China, 211
  • Manufacturers, The Birth of, 637
  • Recklessness, 171
  • Spark Arrester, 246 Tourists in Europe, 19/1, (237)
  • Trade, Satisfactory Condition of, (335)
  • Triumphs, 261
  • Workshop Methods in Steel Construction, 120, 219, 269
  • Ammonia, Relative Decomposition of, by Iron and Copper, (139)

Appointments and Resignations: Appointments:

  • Adams, Mr. J. F., (335)
  • Ballan, Mr. A. E., (26)
  • Clayden, Mr. H. W., (272)
  • Cormack, Mr. J. D., (190i D xon, Mr., (583)
  • Donnet, Mr. J. W., (433)
  • Graham, Mr. J. L , (433)
  • GrindliDg, Mr. W. J., (459)
  • Lake, Mr. E.t (26)
  • O’Meara, Major W. A. J., (159)
  • Price, Mr., (472)
  • Ram, Mr. G. Scott, Electrical Inspector of Factories and Workshops, (237)
  • Rse, Mr. II. S. C., (229)
  • Roberts, Mr. M., (459)
  • Robinson, Mr. J. G., (459)
  • Samson, Mr. P., Appointed by the Lords of the Admiralty, (63)
  • Smith, Mr. W. E., Appointed by Lords of the Admiralty, (63)
  • Watts, Mr. Philip, Appointed Director of Naval Construction, bis Successor at Elswick, , Mr. Perrett, (89), (125)
  • West, Mr. G. F., (13)

Resignations:

  • Clayton, Mr. T. G.( Presentation to, (166)
  • Hookey, Mr. Ja«., (190)
  • Rouse, Mr. F., (359)

Armour Plating:

  • Cramp Co., and tho Armour Plate for tbe ; Battleship Maine, (139)
  • Curved Plates, 121
  • Krupp Armour, A New, 433, 481
  • Largest Plate ever Rolled Finished at the Parkgate Iron and Steel Co.’s Works, (409)
  • Slackness in the Industry, Mr. J. F. Hope and Mr. Arnold Forster on the, (49)
  • Trials of Openshaw at Whale Island and Shoeburyness, (386), (409)
  • Armoured Tower, San Paolo, near Taranto, (190)
  • Artesian Water Supply and Irrigation, W. Gibbons Cox, 402
  • Asbestos Mining in California and Georgia, (13)
  • Asquith. W , Machine Tools (Supplement, June Yilh, 1902)

Association, Acetylene :

  • Formation of, (97); General Meeting, (l£0)

Association, American Iron and Steel:

  • Iron and Steel Statistics, Mr. Swank’s Annual Report, 23

Association on Ballasting, American Railway Engineering and Main¬tenance of Way :

  • Report of the Committee, (350)

Association, Cold Storage and Ice:

  • Annual Dinner : Papers to ba read, (441)

Association of Electrical Contractors, National:

  • First Meeting of the N. Section of, (89)

Association of Engineers In Charge:

  • Programme of, 36
  • Seventh Annual Dinner, (312)

Association of Engineers, Leeds :

  • Injector, Theory and Working of the, Mr. Konrad Andersson, (437)
  • Structural Ironwork, Prof. John Goodman,(169)

Association of Engineers, Manchester:

  • Annual Report, (75)
  • Anniversary Dinner, Forty-fifth, 109
  • Half-yearly Meeting, New Members Elected, (617)
  • High-pressure Gas for Works Lighting, Mr. J. Nasmith, 215
  • Machine Tools, Application of Portable, Mr. J. R. Ingham, 170
  • Silo Granarios for Floor Mills, Mr. J. Whitaker, (323)
  • Tecbnolexicon, Circular respecting the Preparation of, by the Society of German Engineers, J617)
  • Training of Engineering Apprentices, Inaugural Addrtsi by Mr. E. G. Constantine, 71
  • Visit to the Works of John Brown and Co., Limited, 605

Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical:

  • London Convention, Papers to be Read and Discussed, (550)
  • Special General Meeting, (135)

Association, Machinery Users’:

  • Annual General Meeting, (638)

Association of Mechanical Engineers, Birmingham:

  • Annual Dinner, (169)
  • Dinner to Mr. J. J. Innis, (545)
  • Steam Engine Packing, Mr. A. McSviney, (150)

Association of Municipal Engineers and Surveyors, Scottish:

  • First General Meeting, Presidential Address of Mr. A. B. McDonald, 636

Association, National Traction Engine:

  • Action Taken by, with references to the New Laws Proposed by the Worcester County Council in respect to Locomotive Traffic, (648)

Association of Railway Locomotive Engineers:

  • Meeting at Lyndhurst, and Complimentary Dinner to Mr. Dean and Mr Clajtan, (607)

Association of Waterworks Engi¬neers, British:

  • Seventh Annual General Meeting, (314)
  • ASTURIAS, Modern Agricultural Machinery in Demand, (511)
  • Atlantic Trade, Combination in the, 411, 435, (446)
  • Automatic Signals from Westminster Clock to Greenwich, (583)
  • Autumn’s Drought, The, 134

B

  • BAASS, Mr. J. E., (484)
  • Bacterial Treatment of Trades Waste, Mr. W. Naylor on, 150
  • Baku, Decline of Imports of Machinery into, (561)
  • Baku, Kerosene, Limited Russian Demand for, (561)
  • Baku, 0.1 Raised by Means of Air Compressors, (561)
  • Balancing Locomotives — see Locomotives, Balancing
  • Balloon, Tae Barton Airship, 392
  • Balloon, The Severo Navigable, 482, (485)
  • Barton Airship, The, 392
  • Bases, TbeControl of (referring to Lieut. Hordern’s Prize Essay), 539
  • Battersea Polytechnic, Conversazione at the, (334)
  • Bauxite, New South Wales, 144
  • Benzone, Naphthalene, and Aothracite, Prepara¬tion of, from Metallic Carbides, C. S. Bradley and C. B. Jacob’s Patent, 560
  • Bevelling Machine, Messrs. Davis and Primrose, 258, 259
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited (1902), (420)
  • Bicycle, Holden’s Motor, (190), 333
  • Bicycles Wanted in Erzoroum, (511)

Bills

  • American Shipping Subsidy, (359)
  • Brighton Electric Railway, 45, (63), (314)
  • Brompton and Piccadilly Circus Railway, (459)
  • Canal from Rochester to Gravesend, (261)
  • Ethiopia-Jilbutil Railway, (386)
  • Great Western, for Changes in the Risca District, (113)
  • Great Western and London and North-Western, to Acquire the Brynmawr and Western Valley Lines, (26)
  • Hull and Barnsley Railway Company’s, to be Opposed by Hull, (121)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire (Steam Vessels), Passed, (607)
  • Leicestershire and Warwickshire Electric Power, ! (37)
  • London and North-Western, Widening of the Trent Valley Line, (113)
  • London Subways, 340 London United Tramways, (570)
  • London Water, 136, 143, 241, (355), 433
  • Manchester City Circle Railway, (13)
  • Metropolitan District Railway, (214)
  • Midland Railways, (190), (214)
  • Ontario Legislature : to empower Municipalities to Purchase, &c., Electric Energy for Heat, Light, and Power, (287)
  • Patent, The New, 196
  • Peckham Rye Tube Railway Withdrawn, (113)
  • Private, in Parliament, 354, 394, 408
  • Private, for Transfer of Imperial Institute to
  • the Board of Trade, (537)
  • Rhondda Tramways, (63)
  • Rhymney Railway, (446)
  • Swedish Parliament, for Purchase by the State of the two Telephone Companies, (459)
  • Taff Vale, (386)
  • BIRTWISTLE Hydraulic Jointing Syndicate, Limited, New Method of Jointing Boiler
  • Tubes, (271)
  • Biscuit-sorting and Packing Machine, D. Thom¬son and Co., 503
  • Blair, Mr. Geo. Maclellan, 43
  • Blast Furnaces on American Lines, (60)
  • Blast Furnaces in Course of Erection or being Rebuilt in the United Kingdom, (37)
  • Blast Furnace, Non - crucible, Mr. John L. Stevenson, 72
  • Blast Furnace Practice, Recent, by Mr. B. D. Healey, 464
  • Blast Furnaces under Reconstruction, (445)
  • Blast Furnaces in the United Kingdom, (433)
  • Blast Furnace Tuyeres, Cooling, 489
  • Blister, Remarkable, caused by a Fall in a Fur¬nace. 545
  • Blytb, The Old Fish Qoay, (139)
  • Board of Trade Returns, 265
  • Bog, Splitting of the Annagh, Leitrim, (607)

Boilers:

  • Babcock and Wilcox Water-tube, (89), 93, 286
  • Blake’s Improved Multitubular Vertical, 112
  • Committee on Water-tube, Second Report, 227, 255
  • Corrosion of Condenser Tubes and Sea Water Conductors, Mr. E. Cohen on the, 469
  • Cylinder Lubrication, 46
  • Distortion in, Due to Overheating, Mr.
  • Stromeyer on, 337, 344, 369—see also 527 English Navy, 635
  • Express, Mr. A G. Mumford, 141, 145
  • Fire-box Stays of Locomotive, Mr. Webb on, 412, 419
  • Locomotive, 585
  • Locomotive, Mr. R Waters on, (150)
  • Locomotive Type, for a Sugar Factory, Geo. Fletcher and Co., 625, 628
  • Machine-fired, Test of, 286
  • Marine, 10, 43, 62 (89), 93, 109
  • Navy, 10, 43, 62, 93, 144, 145, (485), 487, 513, 544, 563
  • Nic’ausse Water-tube, 43, 109, (485), 519
  • Power and Electricity, 163
  • Pozzies, 337
  • Scotch Water-tube, Replace Belleville in the United States Lake Steamers, (359)
  • Scummer, The Hotchkiss, 70
  • Seagull, Niclausse Water-tube Trials, (485), 519
  • Types of, for the Six First-class Cruisers of the 1901-2 Programme, 544
  • Vulcan Boiler Insurance Company, Annual Meeting, 300
  • Water tube, 10, 43, 62, 89, 93, 109, 144, 145, 227, 286, 468, (485), 519
  • Water-tube, Canadian, 467, 468
  • Water-tube, for First-class Torpedo Boats, Mr. A. G. Mumford, 144. 145
  • Water-tube, Hardie, 467, 468
  • Yarrow, Water-tube, 10, 62
  • BOILER Power and Electricity, 168
  • Bonawee Granite Quarries, Monster Blast Fired at, (139)
  • Boring Bar with Adjustable Cutters, Barker and Spick, 172
  • Machine, W. Asquith (vi., Supplem.nl, June Yitk, 1902)
  • Machine, Darling and Sellers (i., Supple¬ment, June Yith, 1902)
  • Mill, Double, Messrs. Webster and Bennett, 604, 605
  • Machine, Double, G. Wilkinson and Sons, 461
  • Machine, A Large, Tangye Tool and Electric Company (Supplement, April 18th, 1902), 393
  • and Milling Machine, Portable Electric, J. Buckton and Co, Limited ( x., Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Bondouard, Mr. O., Dendritic Crystals Shown by Fused Mixtures of Aluminium and Magnesium, (314)
  • Bowen, Mr. T., (472)
  • Breconshiro Works of the Merthyr Urban Council, Sale of the Machinery, &c., (638)
  • Brick-drying Plant, American, 323
  • Brick. Specific Heat of, (214)
  • Bricklayers, Average Work of, The London County Council's and the British, (261)
  • British Fire-prevention Committee, Tests with Fireproof Wood, and Silver Medal Award, (89), (113), (139)

Bridges:

  • American, New, 470
  • American Transporter, Duluth, 442
  • Ca'ais, across the Tidal Basin. (433)
  • Cantilever, Two, over the N. Tyne, (485)
  • Cantilever, over the St. Lawrence, 541
  • Cast Iron, 441
  • Clybourne Place over Chicago River, Trunnion Bascule, (607)
  • Colonial, 103
  • Exe, its Reconstruction, (13)
  • Floating or Steam Ferry, Launched by Vickers,
  • Son and Maxim at Barrow, (287), (301)
  • Grand Junction Canal, Great Western Railway, E Finch and Co., (152)
  • Great Yarmouth, Midland and Great Northern Railway, E. Finch and Co., (152)
  • London, Cost of the Improvements, (214)
  • Luxembourg, Arched, 431. 432
  • North-Eastern Railway’s High-level, across the Tyne, (237), (272)
  • Ottawa, (74)
  • Pangbourne, Picturesque Old Wooden Bridge to be Replaced by an Iron one, (237)
  • Permanent Railway, across the Damooda, India, (261)
  • Preservation of, from White Ants, Mr. H. E. Bellamy on the, (409)
  • Removal, Pennsylvania Railway, Crossing the Raritan River, (583)
  • Removal, Pittsburg Railway, 544, 661, (6C6)
  • Renewal of a Railway, over Battersea Park-road, 543
  • Reath Docks, Great Western Railway, Mr. J. C. Inglis (Supplement, February 28th, 1902), 94, 96, 207, 210
  • Saigou into AnDam, Railway, from, (261)
  • St. Petersburg, Palace, 416
  • Steel, Paris Metropolitan Railway, (336)
  • Strengthening of Early Iron, 352, 375, 449
  • Suspension and Cantilever, 62
  • Swing, Mr. W. H. McLean on, (120)
  • Taff Vale Railway, (638)
  • Testing of Railway, 157
  • Tower, New South Approach Opened to, (261) 297, (343)
  • Transvaal and Orange River Colony, Repair of. (409)
  • Vermilion River, Railway, over the, Ill., U.S. A., High Concrete Arch, (359)
  • United States, Three Large Cantilever, (358)
  • Weston and Tiverton, (391)
  • Y-shaped, U.S.A., Zanesville, 470
  • BUCKINGHAM Palace, Sanitary Worksat, (458)
  • Buckton and C, J., Limited, Machine Tools (Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Butler and Co., J., Machine Tools (Supplement, June\3ih,\M>)

C

  • CABLE, Chain, The Longest and Heaviest ever Made, (409)
  • Drum Wugou, Mr. A. H. Robin-on. 1 521
  • Cable, The Imperial, 179
  • Laying Plough, M. A. Bajac, 439
  • Manufacture, Position of the Electric, 540
  • The Pacific, 334
  • Treaties, 586
  • Wire Companies, Amalgamation of Two of the Largest British, (485)
  • Caisson Work in Quay Foundations, (144)
  • Calcium Chloride and Caustic Soda, Electrolytic Manufacture of, at Milan, (237)
  • Californian Big Trees, Appeal to Save Them from the Axe, (433)
  • Cammell and Co., Limited, Annual Report, (301)
  • Camphor Receipts, South Formosa, 583
  • Canada, 540
  • Canada, Financial Statement of the Dominion of, (537)
  • Canada, Mineral Production of, (335), (359)
  • Canada, Population of, (89)
  • Canadian Census Returns, Increasing Excess of Males over Females, (287)
  • Canadian Post-office Savings Bank and Money-order Returns, (37)

Canals:

  • Atlantic to the Mediterranean. The Canal of the Two Seas, 612
  • Cronstadt, and the South of the Gulf of Fin¬land, (511)
  • Dortmund-Ems, Traffic between it and the Kaiser Wilhelm Canal, (433)
  • France, Mileage of, (314)
  • Interoceanic, Proposed, (173), 424, 425. 478.
  • 479, 486, 530, 597, 608, 031 Isthmian, 93
  • Kaiser Wilhelm Canal Tariff Bill, (433)
  • Lake Superior Ship, (496)
  • Manchester Ship, Benefits Conferred on Lan¬cashire Traders by Reduction of Rates by the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, (214)
  • Manchester Ship, Decrease in Tonnage, 1901, (37); Half-yearly Report, (190); Coal Ship¬ments through Last Year, (49); Dredging, (190); Monthly Traffic, (88), (409)
  • Nicaragua, (173), 424, 425, 478, 479, 486, 530, 697, 631
  • North Sea and Baltic, Traffic and Dues in January, 1902, (237); April, (561)
  • Panama Co., Concerning its Offer to Transfer its Properties, &c., to the United States. (37), (237), (299), 631
  • Panama v. Nicaragua, The Preferment of, 631 Projected in India, (630)
  • Rochester and Gravesend, (261)
  • Ship and Canal Traffic, 185
  • Suez Traffic Statistics, (113), (409)
  • United States and Canadian, Traffic Returns, (335)
  • CARBON and Phosphorus in Steel, (176)
  • Carburetter, The Kéchur, (113)
  • Cartenoograph, The, Mr. L. J. Tibbenham, 580
  • Catalogues, 27, 48. 77, 124, 174, 198, 225, 303,
  • 325, 446, 473, 498, 548, 569, 591, 636
  • Cement used in Chicago, Very Little Imported, (433)
  • Cement for Pipe Joints, (485)
  • Cement, Portland, German Official Standards for. (166)
  • Cement Slag, United States, (299)
  • Cement Works of I. C. Johnson and Co., Limited, Greenhithe, 130, 133
  • Centrifugal Pumping Plant for Wallasey Dock (Supplement, January 10th, 1902), 34 Centrifugals, Water-driven, for Cuba, Watson, Laidlaw and Co., 33
  • Chain, The Locke Steel, (193)
  • Chance, Sir Jas., Bart., 44, 121, 148 Chapman, Capt. Abel H.,533
  • Chemistry, 21
  • Chicago, Commercial Success of, Wbat it is due to, (459)
  • Chicago, Concrete Tunnels in, for Wires, Cables, and Postal Service, (314)
  • Chicago, Street Regulations respecting Motors of all Kinds, (630)
  • Chimney Erection, 591, 606
  • Chimney Stack, Wooden, 160ft. High, Mexico. (511)
  • Chimneys, Steel, United States, 195
  • China, American v. English Machinery in, 241
  • City Man and the Colonial Show, The, 436
  • Clouds, Capt. D. Wilson-Barker on, (404)

Coal:

  • 43
  • Admiralty Orders for Welsh Steam, Placed at Cardiff, (37)
  • Alsace-Lorraine, Discovery of, in, (409)
  • American Competition with Welsh, a “ Bogey,” (60)
  • American, Tests of, (237)
  • Anthracite in Arkansas, (314)
  • Anthracite, Pennsylvania, (335)
  • Anthracite, from United States, (561)
  • Antwerp, La Campine Distriot, (314)
  • Asturias, (511)
  • Australian, Resources, 458, (511)
  • Barrow, Bore-hole Sunk at, Indications Hope¬ful, (593)
  • Belgium, New Coalfield Discovered in, (433)
  • Bituminous, United States, Use of Undercutting Machines in the Mining of, (511)
  • Brown, Greecs, might be put to Profitable Use, (561)
  • Cadiz, 1901, Import of Coal into, (511)
  • Canadian instead of British for Swedish Rail¬ways, (139)
  • China, Working of the Mines in, (511)
  • Colliery Managers at Wakefield Works, (408)
  • Combine of Wales, (26)
  • Consumption, On, Robert Crane, 244
  • Consumption in France, and Amount Imported into, (261)
  • Consumption in Locomotives, 47
  • Cost and Amount of, for the United Stat9s Navy, 1901, (13)i
  • and Creosote as Fuels, Mr. W. Ward’s Trials of, 172
  • Cutter, Electric, Mavor and Coulson, Limited, 243
  • Discharging Gear, The Dodge, 580
  • Dominion Properties, Amalgamation of the Greatest Coal and Steel Industries, (376)
  • Elevators, South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, 503
  • Export from Blyth, (13)
  • Fifeshire, Important Colliery Undertaking, (242)
  • Francs, The Largest Mines in, (89)
  • French, Increase! Demand for, in North France, (359)
  • Gas, Analytical Valuation of, Mr. S. P. Lish- man describes a Distillation Method, (590)
  • Gorman, 11
  • Home-office Tables relating to the Output of, (261)
  • Hull Imports of, during March, (371)
  • Hungary, (409)
  • Japan, (63), (335)
  • Matabeleland, Excellent Steam, (335)
  • Miners’ Wages and, 437
  • Mines in Shansi, Cheap Production, (63)
  • Mining in the United States, Use of Under¬cutting Machines, (511)
  • New South Wales Output, 1901, (433)
  • New Zealand, Westport, Greymouth and Matgrawa, (214)
  • Pennsylvania, Output of, (583)
  • Question, The Great, 42
  • Rating of Collieries, 402
  • Reserves for the Navy, Mr. Wm. Allan on Lord Chas. Beresford’s Views, (314)
  • Rhodesia, Daily Yield of the Wankie Field, (261)
  • Russia, Alkuss, Large Layers of Pit, (446)
  • Russian, in place of British and other, for St. Petersburg, &c., (37)
  • Russian, South, Exportation of, 545
  • Scotland, Output, (630)
  • Siberian, 382 Sonth African, 383
  • Staffordshire, Important Discovery in, (630)
  • Strike, American Iron and the, 539
  • Sulphur in, 514
  • Supplies, Royal Commission on, 23, (25), (50)
  • Sydney Harbour, Important Discovery of, in, (27), (214)
  • Temperley Coaling Gear, 170
  • Total Output of, in the Mines of the United Kingdom, under the Coal Mines Act, 1901, (537)
  • Used in Manufacture of Coke in the United States, (63)
  • Victoria, (511)
  • Washing Table, Mr. C. R. Cloghorn Describes, (590)
  • Westphalian Output, (630)
  • Worcester, Discovery of a New Field in South, (139)
  • Working under the River Hunter, the Pacific Ocean and its Tidal Waters near Newcastle, New South Wales, by A. A. Atkinson, 557
  • Yorkshire Trade, and Foreign Contracts, (152)
  • COALING at Sea, Experiments, 170
  • Coke from Compressed Fuel, Manufacture of, Mr. J. H. Darby on, 463
  • Coking Industry of the United States, the By¬product, (63)
  • Coke-making, Recovery of By-produots in, Mr. J. Théry on, 463
  • Coke Ovens, Bye-product, built by the United Coke and Gas Company, United States, (485)
  • Coking Coals, Results of Experiments with British, 464
  • Cold Storage and Ice Association—sec Association Combine, Atlantic Trade, 411, 435, (446)
  • Commercial Situation, The, 609
  • Community of Interest, 116
  • Concrete, Expansion of, 24
  • Laying Machine, 611
  • Sewer Construction, U.S.A., 186
  • and Steel Building, U.S.A., 173
  • Workshops, U.S.A., 222
  • and Wrought Iron have the Same Co¬ efficient of Extension, (166)
  • Concussion in Steel, Effects of, 169
  • Condensers, American Surface, (459)
  • Condensing Plant, Isaac Storey and Sons, Limited, for Leeds Electricity Works, (471)
  • Congo Free State, Annual Trade Report, (433)
  • Consular Reports, Fooohow, (63)
  • Contractors’ Appliances, Two, 136

Contracts Placed:

  • Cape Railway, 219
  • Cars for the Mersey Railway, Sixty, G. F. Milnes and Co., (25), (37)
  • Lifts for the Central London Railway, R, Way- good and Co., Limited, (37)
  • London County Council, 241
  • North-Eastern Railway’s High-level Bridge across the Tyne, The Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Company, (237)
  • Railway Viaduct over the Barrow, Sir Wm. Arrol and Co., (139)
  • COOLING the Cylinders of Explosive Engines, 645, (561)
  • Cooper v. Crane, 515

Copper:

  • Banding Shells, Press for, 10
  • Extraction of, from Oxidised Ores, New Pro¬cess, (37)
  • Mexico, Discovery of Vast Deposit of Native, (561)
  • Ores in Australia, Low Grade, Mr. J. J. Muir on, (590)
  • Ore Deposits in Bohemia, (190)
  • Supply, Sources of, 183, 269
  • Trans-Caucasus, 146
  • United States, (300)
  • Wire for Cables, F. Smith and Co., Limited, Works for Production of, (99)
  • CORROSION of Condenser Tubes and Sea-water Conductors, Prof. E. Cohon on, 469
  • Corundum in Ontario, Mining, Concentration and Analysis of, Mr. W. L. Goodwin, 590
  • Cotton Milling Industry of Seuth American States, (386)
  • Cotton Seed, Wastefulness of Present Methods of Treating, and Now Method, (386)
  • County Council and Tube Railways, The, 405
  • Coupling, Flexible, Verity’s, 117
  • Crabs, Electric Motor, 69
  • Crane, Bridge-erecting, United States, 340
  • Cranes, Electric, Darlington Forge Co., (324)
  • Cranes, Electric and Rope, 493
  • Crane, Electric, Stothert and Pitt, Southampton Harbour Board, 23
  • Cranes, Electric Wharf, Wimshurst, Hollick and Co., 616, 517
  • Cranes, Electrically-worked Dockyard, 410, 414,
  • Cranes, Relative Efficiency of Electric and Rope-driven, 298
  • Crane, Shipyard Gantry, United States, 24
  • Crystal Palace, The, 116, 670
  • Crystal Palace Engineering School, Premium Award : Papers Read during Session, (413)
  • Cycle Factors’ Association, Formation of a, (166)
  • Cycle Mechanics, Proposed Certifying, (630)
  • Cycles Registered in France, Number of, (100)
  • Cycle Trade of Coventry, Satisfactory Condition of, (190)
  • Cycle Works at Coventry Offered for Sale, (139)
  • Cycling at St. Maixent School for Non-Com¬missioned Officers, (37)
  • Cylinder Lubrication, 46, 147, 171, 195, 219, 245

D

  • DAM between Cronstadt and the South Shore of the Gulf of Finland, (322)
  • Dams, Construction of Earth, in America, 323
  • Darling and Sellers, Limited, Machine Tools (Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Darlington’s Rates Relieved from the Profits of the Municipal Gas and Waterworks, (359)
  • Dean, Smith and Grace, Limited, Machine Tools (Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Declinometer, New, Greenwich Royal Observa¬tory, (580)
  • Deflection Instrument, The Gibson, Royal Obser¬vatory, Greenwich, (580)
  • Denny, LL.D., Mr. Peter, Memorial Statue of, 635
  • Diamond Industry, Dsmerara, (335)
  • Dick, Mr. James, 288
  • Dielectrics at Low Temperatures, Specific Induc¬tive Capacity of, (612)
  • Dixon, Mr. Samuel, 84

Docks:

  • Antwerp, Sum to be Spent on (561)
  • Avonmouth, 212, (214), 232, 233, (237)
  • Bermuda, Self-docking of, C. S, Swan and Hunter, 588, (605)
  • Birkenhead, Centrifugal Pumping Plant for, W. H. Allen, Son and Co. (Supplement,
  • January 10f/<, 1902), 31 Blyth,(151)
  • Cardiff, Deep-water, 8
  • Clydebank, (37)
  • Clyde Trust and Proposed Renfrew, (72)
  • Cronstadt, (485)
  • Deep-water, Cardiff, 8
  • Deep-water, Swansea, (446), (485)
  • Dry, Barry, (446)
  • Electric Floating, for New York Harbour, (583)
  • Floating, for Bermuda, C. S. Swan and Hunter, Limited, 161, 164, (386), (537)
  • Floating, New Orleans, (386)
  • Floating, for New South Wales, (172)
  • Garston, Proposed, (139)
  • Graving, for Harland and Wolff, (537)
  • Graving, Sunderland, (472)
  • Graving, J. L. Thompson and Sons, Limited, (346)
  • Hartlepools, Improvements at, (261), (398)
  • Hebbum Graving, (231)
  • Leith’s New, 268 Llanelly, (498)
  • Mersey, Wireless Telegraphy at, (13) ; Now Graving, (37)
  • Middlesbrough, Extension of, (50)
  • St. Petersburg, (485)
  • Swansea, Deep-water, (446), (485)

Dockyard Notes:

  • Air Ship Burnt at Cosbam, 138
  • American Battleship Vermont, The New, 217
  • American Navy List, Official Statement regard¬ing the Ships on, 429
  • American Ships, Armament of the New, 415
  • Amphion, Grounding in the Pacific, 62
  • Ansaldo’s Yard at Genoa, Mr. Charles de Grave Sells on, 611
  • Anson, The, 429, 544
  • Argentina, Additions to her Navy ordered from Ansaldo, of Genoa, 515
  • Argentina, New Ships for, their Tonnage and Names, 62
  • Argentine, Custom Lost to England, 515
  • Argentine Monitors, Reconstruction of the Old, 93
  • Armoured Cruisers of 1901, Estimates, Names of, 217
  • Arrogant replaced in the Channel Fleet by the Doris, 611
  • Austrian Battleships, The New, 164
  • Austrian Battleships, Yarrow Water-tube Boilers for the New, 10
  • Battleships of the Royal Sovereign Class, Four to be Reconstructed, 217
  • Battleships, Second-class, Admiral Sir J. O. Hopkins, 193
  • Bedford to go out on Trials, 564
  • Belleisle Fired at at last, 193
  • Belleisle Joke, The, 109
  • Belleville Boiler Hit Hard, The, 312
  • Belleville Enthusiasts over the Success of the Good Hope and Leviathan, 564
  • Belts to be carried by the Devonshire Class, 544
  • Bilge Keels for all Destroyers, 590
  • Bofor’s 6in. Gun, Explosion of, 363
  • Bulwark, The New Battleship, 268, 286, 429
  • “Capped Shot” Epidemic, The, 590
  • Centurion and Barfleur to be ready by March, Cost of, 384
  • Challenger Floated out at Chatham, 544
  • Channel Fleet Coaling a Fiasco, 138
  • Channel Fleet dus Home, May 6th, 331
  • Channel Fleet, Full-spoea Trials and the Belle¬ville Boiler, 312
  • Chili, Ships Purchased by, 241
  • Chilian Warships, Wild Rumours Concerning the New, 312 b
  • Coaling from the Ruby, 109
  • Coaling at Sea by the Reserve Fleet, 241
  • Cobra, Mr. Kearley and the, 217
  • Condor, Loss of the, 455
  • Cornwall, Armoured Cruiser, attached to the Devonport Command, 611
  • Coronation Review, Foreign Ships for the, 43, 644
  • Cruisers, New Third-class, to be named Turquoise and Amethyst, 193
  • Cruiser, New Type of Armoured, to be laid down in Germany, 164
  • Cylindrical Boilers Replaced by Water-tube, 43
  • Destroyer Flying Fish Damaged, 193
  • Destroyer Flying Fish Leaves for the Mediter¬ranean, 109
  • Destroyer Materia1, Experiments at Pembroke with, 384
  • Destroyers of 1901 Estimates, Names of, 217
  • Destroyers Purchased by Chili, 241
  • Destroyer Starfish Tested at Submarine Destroying, 286
  • Destroyers, Tenders for the Ten New, 93
  • Devonshire Class, Armour of the, 544
  • Doris, Cruiser, Alterations in her Armament and further Destination, 109
  • Doris, Cruiser, Replaces the Arrogant in the Channel Fleet, 611
  • Donglas, Admiral, Retirement of, 286
  • Dove, The Destroyer, Damaged by Grounding, 590
  • Drake, Arrival of, at Portsmouth, 241, 590
  • Dutch Cruiser Koningin Regentes Completed, 415
  • Dutch Navy, Holland Submarine to be added to, 415
  • Elswick Exhibition ” at Plymouth, 611
  • Elswick Sounder, Adoption of, Desirable in our Navy, 415
  • Empress of India, Reconstruction of, 268, 312
  • Escadre du Nord Destroyers Exercised at Firing Torpedoes with Collapsible Heads against the Courbet steamiDg full speed, 268
  • Foreign Ships, for the Coronation Review, List of, 544, 611
  • Fourth of July, Purchased by Chili and Named Chacabuco, 241
  • Francesco Ferrucio, to be Launched in March, 62
  • Fremantle, Admiral, Joins the Navy League, 109
  • French Armoured Cruisers, Names of the two New, 429
  • Battleship Furieux, Reconstruction of, 109
  • Battleship Jena, Damage to one of her Guns, 93
  • Battleship République, Progress of Work upon, 93
  • Channel Torpedo Boats Collected at Brest, 138
  • Coast Defence Ship Indomptable, onton Trials, 268
  • Coast Defence Ship Requin, Speed made by, 43, 193
  • Condé, Belts of, 384
  • Cruiser Chateaurenault, 138
  • Cruisers Condé and Gloire, 138
  • Cruiser Montcalm, 43, 384, 455
  • Cruiser of Topaz Type, to be given to Elswick, 415
  • Naval Training under Admiral Fournier’s régime, 331
  • Sarcasm, over “ Le Ministre de Marine Anglais,” 312
  • Submarine Boat Demonstration at Cherbourg, 109
  • Submarines, Life not all " Beer and Skittles ’’ in, 611
  • Submarine Silure, Submerged at a Depth of 140ft., 384
  • Submarines Silure and Narval, Time they take to Submerge, 10
  • Torpedo Boat Bourrasque, Speed Trials, 93
  • Torpedo Boats and Submarines, con¬tinually Exercised at Attacking—an excellent Practice, 43
  • Torpedo Gunboat Epervier, New Boilers—but not Water-tube, 10
  • Twin-screw Torpedo Boats, Bourrasque and Rafale, 263
  • Funnels, New Use of, made by the Russians. 544
  • German Battleships Wittelsbach, Wetten, and Zaehringen, to be ready in the Autumn, 415
  • Brandenburg Class to be fitted with Submerged instead of Above-water Torpedo Tubes, 93
  • Criticism on the British Navy, 164
  • Cruiser 11 G,” Launched and Christened Frauenlob, 353
  • Fleet, Manoeuvres in the Baltic, 217
  • Fleet, Manoeuvres in British Waters Unlucky for the, 564
  • Fleet now in our Waters, Some Notes upon, 489, 564
  • Kaiser Wilhelm II. Runs into the Cruiser Amazone, 564
  • Squadron Due at Spithead, 331
  • Good Hope out on Trials, 164, 217, 268 564 (590)
  • Good Hope, Success of her Belleville Boiler Trials, 564
  • Greece, Cruisers, Destroyers, and Torpedo Boats said to have been Laid Down by, 138
  • Gun Accident on Board the Royal Sovereign Guns (9 Ain. Coast) for Japanese Sea Forts, 138
  • Holland, Yarrow Water-tube Boilers, for the New Battleship Hertog Hendrih, 62 Hospital Ship Maine, The, 331
  • Irresistible to be mado Port Guardship at Gibraltar, 193
  • Italian Battleships, The New, 62
  • Italian Cruiser Francesco Ferrucio Launched 455
  • Italian Navy, Four New Destroyers for, 62
  • Italian Warship Italia, Water-tube Boilers to be Fitted, 384
  • Jane Naval War Game Served out to the Dutch Navy, 138
  • Japanese Battleship Mikasa : Mis-spelling of her Name, 43; Speed and Coal Consumption, Vo Japan’s Representative at the Coronation Re- view, 43
  • Japanese Shipbuilding Programme, TLe New, Jean Bart, Niclausse Generators for 43 King Alfred at Portsmouth, 590
  • King Edward Class, Boilers of, 93
  • King Edward Class, Rumours concerning the Tonnage of, 93
  • King Edward, Machinery of, Contract for Secured by Harland and Woolf, 384
  • Leopard, Damage to the, 109
  • Leviathan, 312, 331, 515, 564
  • London, The, Trials of, 62, 109, 138, 164, 429
  • Long, Mr., Resignation of, 268
  • Lowry, Flag-Capt. R. S., His Essay on the Mediterranean Fleet Wins the Prize, 93
  • Mars, Accident on Board, should lead to Adoption of the Elswick Sounders in onr Navy, 415
  • Mars, The Repairs Complete, 455 ; Verdict of the Inquest on the Disaster, 515
  • Marston, Mr. R. B.,Torpedo Defence Patented by, 109
  • Masts of the Téxéraire and Agincourt as Derricks, 384
  • Medea, Eight Yarrow Boilers, 353
  • Mediterranean Fleet, The, 10
  • Mediterranean, The Rscent Message from the, 331
  • Medusa, Eight DUrr Boilers, 353
  • Minerva-Hyacinth Derby to be Re-run, 286
  • Models sent to the Portsmouth Naval Exhibi¬tion, 627
  • Monitor Removed from the Navy List, 43
  • Moorish Cruiser Bascir Sold as a Tramp, 268
  • Morgan or Britannia, which shall Rule the Waves 1 429
  • Names of the New Cruisers and Destroyers, 217
  • Naval Disasters, 1901, 10
  • Naval Engineers’ Agitation Growing in France, 138
  • Naval Institution in Berlin, Creation of a, 164
  • Naval League Guide to the Naval Review, Admiral Sir E. Freemantle’e atd R. Kipling's, 564
  • Naval Manoeuvres, The, 312
  • Naval War Game, Strict Rules in the Direction of Realism, 515
  • Naval War Game Society, Sir John Hopkins, President, 353
  • Naval Review, the Illuminations at the, 627
  • New Classification of Ships, Rumour as to a. 429
  • Niobe, Reported Breakdown not Confirmed, 312
  • Orlando, due from China, bringing Bell Looted at Taku, 2S8
  • Portland to be made a Destroyer Station, 241
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, Additional Expenditure Authorised for Wages at, (166)
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, Discharge and Re¬engagement of Hired Men at, 331
  • Portsmouth, Naval and Military Exhibition, 93. 590 / . ,
  • Portsmouth Newspaper, Sensational Headlines, 93
  • Powerful, Progress of Work on, 241
  • Powerful, A Record Job, 164 ; Refit of, 286
  • Prince George’s Engines, The, 312
  • Repulse, Tho, to Rejoin the Channel Fleet, 268
  • Reserve Fleet’s Cruise, 164
  • Reserve Fleet, Dispersion of, 268
  • Revenge, Reconstruction of the, 312; Gun Trials of, 515 ; Leaves for Portsmouth, 564
  • Royal Oak, Preparing to Pay Off and Re-com¬mission, 544
  • Royal Sovereign, The, 429, 455
  • Rupert, The Cruiser, Return from the Mediter¬ranean, 590
  • Russell, Speed Trials Passed Successfully, 429
  • Russian Battleship Pobieda, (213), (218), 268,455
  • Battleship of 16,000 Tons, Projected, Battleship Retvisan, Speed Attained, 109
  • Battleship Tchesma Re-engined and Boilered, 415
  • Engineering School Transport Okean, 217, 241
  • Schichau Destroyer No. 107, Speed Trials, 353
  • Ships, British and Foreign, Returning from the China Station, 268
  • Short Service and Sir Chas. Dilke, 43
  • Spanish Fleet, Projected Twelve Battleships, 353
  • Spanish Navy in a Queer Way. 489
  • Speed of Battleships, Capt. Mahan’s and M. Normand’s Views as to, 93
  • Star, Provided with Bilge Keels, 590
  • Swedish and Coast-defence Ship A, Launched and Named Vasa, 62
  • Syren, Mishap to the Destroyer, 455
  • Target Practice in the Mediterranean Fleet, Range Allowed, 93
  • Témé.-aire, 43, 429
  • Temperley-Miller Apparatus for Coaling at Sea. Trials of, 133
  • Terrible’s CoaliDg Record, The, 455, 564
  • Thames to Replace the Empress of India, 312
  • Torpedo Boat Manoeuvres off Brest, 164
  • Torpedo Boat No. 60 Breaks her Main Shaft, 590
  • Torpedo Tubes, The Substitution of Submerged for Above-water, 93
  • Turbine Destroyer, A New, 164
  • Turbine Destroyer to Replace the Viper, Name of, 217
  • United States Battleship Georgia, Niclausse Boilers for, 109
  • United States Battleship Missouri Launched, 62
  • United States Battleships “Shall be Venti¬lated,” 268
  • United States Destroyer Bainbridge, Reported Failure, 217
  • Vengeance, The, 331, 455
  • Ventilators, Abolishing, not regarded very comfortably in the Channel Fleet, 489
  • Vittorio Emanuele, Armament of the, 331
  • Warspite, Coaling Record of the, 544
  • Wei-hai-Wei to the Fore again, 286
  • Wireless Telegraphy’ The Real Inventor of,
  • Wireless Telegraphy, The Slaby System Adopted in the German Navy, 353
  • DODGE Coal-discharging Gear, The, 580
  • Donkin, Mr. Bryan, 242, 258, 312, 366
  • Doxford and Sons, Limited. Annual Report, Ex¬tension of Premises, (301)
  • Drapers’ Company and the National Physical Laboratory, The, 116
  • Dredging and Excavating Plant, Transport across Senegal of, (89)
  • Drill, American Radial, (299)
  • Drill, Rotary, in Eaton Irorstone Mines, Intro¬duction of, and Men’s Objections to, (302)
  • Drilling Machines, G. F. Smith, Limited, 592
  • Drilling Machine, Boiler, Lowmoor Company, Limited (xi., Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Drilling Machine, Flange, Lowmcor Company, Limited (x., Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Drilling Machine, Horizontal Radial, J. Buck ton and Co., Limited (viii., Supplement, Junel3th, 1902)
  • Drilling Machine, Multiple-spindle, 567
  • Drilling Machines, Three-spindle and len-spicdle, J. Butler and Co. (vi., vii., Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Drilling Machines, Tramrail, Joshua Buckton and Co., 427, 430
  • Drought, The Autumn’s, 134
  • Dunkerley, Limited, C. C., New Warehouses, Manchester, (49)
  • Dust Destructors and Electric Light, 289
  • Dust Destructor and Electricity Works, Com¬bined, 241

E

  • EARTHQUAKE at Camborne, in Cornwall, (561)
  • Earthquake, Mexico, (409)
  • Eaton, Mr. Henry, (214)
  • Education in Chicago, (459)
  • Education of Engineers, 467

Electric:

  • Alternating Current Motors, Mr. W. L. R. Emmett, 24
  • Ambulance Vehicles in New York, (261)
  • Berlin Stock Exchange, Fall in Shares in Elec¬trical Companies, (537)
  • Cable Drum Wagon, 521
  • Cable Manufacturer, Position of the, 540
  • Cauveri Falls, Electrical Power Transmission, 553, 562, 576, 581
  • Coal-cutting Machine, Mavor and Coulson, Limited, 243
  • Companiis in Germany, Over-production and Fall in Shares, (537)
  • Cranes, (493)
  • Cranes, Benrather Maschinen Fabrik, 410, 414, 418
  • Cranes, Darlington Forge Co., (324)
  • Cranes, North-Eastern Railway Co., Middles¬brough Dock, (50)
  • Crane, Stotbert and Pitt, Limited, 23
  • Crane, 3-Ton, Clyde Navigation Trust, Stothert and Pitt, Limited, 636
  • Cranes, Wharf, Wimshurst, Hollick and Co., 615, 516
  • Currents, Escape of, 428
  • Current Supply Generated by Water Power, New Zealand, (13)
  • Currents, Use of, for Divining Presence of Metals below Ground, (13)
  • Dipping Needle, Mr. Edison’s, (607)
  • Driven Machine Tools, Portable, Messrs. Kendall and Gent, 118, 119, 120
  • Electro-chemical Industries at Niagara Falls, Development of, (420)
  • Electrolytic Manufacture of Caustic Soda and Calcium Chloride at Varallo, (237) Electrolytic Works at Middlewich, 262, 266
  • Elevator, Mr. W. J. Cooper on, 170
  • Energy Output, Manchester, A Fortnight’s, (37)
  • Energy in Paris, Growing Demand for, (537)
  • Eneine and Dynamo, Reavell and Co., Limited. 580
  • Engineer to be Engaged from England by the Ceylon Government, (630)
  • Engineering in India, Good Opening in the Field of, (630)
  • Engineering, Legislation and, 541, 587, 609
  • Engraving, 363
  • Fans in Shop Windows to Prevent Frost on the Glass, (287)
  • Generators for the Bolton Corporation, 86
  • Generator, Multipolar, Ernest Scott and Moun¬tain, 627
  • High-frequency Currents on Animals, Action of, MM. H. Bordier and Leconte’s Experi¬ments on, (537)
  • Hoisting Machines, United States, C. W. Hunt and Co., 222
  • Installation for Working a Blast Furnace Hoist, Cargo Fleet Ironworks, (386)
  • Lathe, E'.ectrically-driven Hexagon Turret. Alfred Herbert, 292, 293
  • L:ght and Power Engine, Robey and Co., 613, 614
  • Long-distance Transmission of Electric Energy on the Continent, Use of High Pressures for. (287)
  • Mail Van Runs from Mount Pleasant to Water¬loo, Built by Mr. C. Oppermann, (511)
  • Manchester, Switchboard Contract, (166,
  • Marine Propulsion, 219
  • Measuring Instruments, American Patents for (537)
  • Meters in Russia, The rnly Types to be Officially Recognised, (459)
  • Motor Crabs, 69
  • Motors in Textile Mills of the United States, 40,000 Horse-power of, Installed by one Com¬pany alone, (561,
  • Motor Variable Speed, The Stow Company, Binghamton, United States, 635
  • Naval Electricians, (8)
  • Omnibus, American, (261)
  • Omnibus in Samois, 267
  • Pickling of Iron, (139)
  • Plant in Germany, Fall in the Shares in one of the Largest Works for Manufacture of, (537)
  • Plant of St. Louis Waterworks, A Novel Fea¬ture of, (630)
  • Plant Repair Shops, First-class Machine Tools for, 48
  • Plant, Steam and Hydraulic, Richmond, U.S.A., (74)
  • Power and Lghting Plant, Single-phase, La Goule, Eacher, Wyss and Co., (630)
  • Plant, Cork Exhibition, W. Reavell, 496, 519
  • Plant, Hydraulio and, U.S.A., 470
  • Plant, Motodrlve, 545
  • Plant, G. T. Pardoe, and “ O. W.,” 569
  • Plant for Sale, (368)
  • Scheme, Bow and Charing Cross, Dis¬covery of Rusted Iron Hoops in the course of making the Conduits, (433)
  • Station, Hydraulic, Colgate, California, r. (US)
  • Station, Liverpool, Output, (261)
  • Station, Manchester’s New, (536)
  • Power Station, Manhattan Railway Current Supplied by Generators at the New, (139)
  • Station, Middlesbrough, (346)
  • Station, New York, 195 Statistics, Canadian, (537)
  • Supply in Wales, 439
  • Problem of Railways, Mr. J. Swinburne, 547, 614
  • Pulley Block, Electrically-driven, 297
  • Pumping Plant at Eldon Colliery, 355
  • Pumping Plant, Large, 170
  • Rational Units of Electro-magnetism, Sir G. Giorgi on, (537)
  • Resistance Laboratory Furnace, Prof. Holborn’s New Form of, (386)
  • Rieder Electric Eograving Machine, 363
  • Service, Glasgow, Mr. W. A. Chamer, on, 292
  • Service Transmission, The Cauveri Falls, 553, 562
  • Ship’s Lift at Heinrichenburg, 6
  • Storage Batteries, Large, and their Application
  • to Central Station Supply, Mr. H. McEwen on, (126)
  • Supply, Birkenhead, (113,
  • Blaenau Festiniog, (537)
  • of Capetown, Engines for the, 456, 457
  • Madrid, New Company Formed for, (459)
  • Manchester, (355)
  • Manhattan Power Station, (139)
  • New York, 195
  • Portugal, (314)
  • for Rangoon, (314)
  • Switchboard Contract for Manchester Corpora¬tion (166)
  • System of Rome Cut-off by the Giving-way of a River Bank, (190)
  • Traction, Mr. B. Pontifex on, 24
  • Traction by Overhead Motor Trolley, 267
  • Traction on Railways, Messrs. Mordey and Jenkin on, 221
  • Traction on Roads and Mineral Railways, Mr. W. R. Cooper, 590
  • Valve, M. Nodon’s New, (607)
  • Voltage, Influence of the, in the Formation of Ozone, (630)
  • Water-power Station, Gersthofen, near Augs¬burg, (190)
  • Wireless Telegraphy in Hyde Park in 1851, (13)
  • Wireless Telegraphy—see Telegraphy, Wireless Works, Reported Establishment of, at Hudders¬field, by an Austrian Firm, (386)

Electric Light:

  • Bath Works, Unsatisfactory Condition, (166)
  • Canadian Statistics, (537)
  • Company, The Cheshire, Dividend Declared by, The First Company to Dispense with Steam, (214)
  • Composite Filaments for Lamps, M. F. de Mare’s, (459)
  • Coventry, (214), (222), (593)
  • Dartmouth, (409)
  • Dingwall, (13)
  • Dust Destructors and, 289
  • Illuminations in Paris for the Victor Hugo Fêtes, (237)
  • Kingston-on-Thames, Not a Financial Success, (583)
  • Liverpool, Result of Municipal Working, (113)
  • Movable Lamps, Ingenious Device, Mr. H. O’Farrell’e Patent, (444)
  • Newcastle-under-Lyne, (237)
  • Oban, (433)
  • Plant and Fittings, Gocd Market for, in Lisbon, (314)
  • Railway, Illinois Central Plant. 470
  • Rea veil and Co.’s Miniature Electric Lighting Sets, 580
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral, (335)
  • Sheffisld, (190), (583)
  • Shoreditch, 46. 147 Southport, (261)
  • West Bromwich, (222)

Electricity:

  • Boiler Power and, 168
  • British Westinghouse Company’s New Works,
  • Trafford Park, (549)
  • In Glass Manufacture, 160
  • Leeds Workp, Vertical Engine, 2300 Horse¬power Beiliss and Morcom, (548)
  • And Legislation, 541, 587, 609, 621
  • Manchester, Stuart-street Generating Works. (549)
  • Manufacture of Peat Fuel, by the Aid of, 633
  • Meter, The Mordey-Fricker, 546
  • Shoreditch Works, 84, 147, 194 269, 365, 518, 603
  • Supply, Rhode Island, (113)
  • Works, Combined Dust Destructor and, 241
  • ELEVATOR, Electrical Passenger, Mr. W. J. Cooper on, 170
  • Emery Monopoly, Opening for a Profitable Enterprise in Greece, (532)
  • Employers’ Union, 71

“Engineer,” The, and South Africa:

  • 563

Engineers:

  • Education of, 467
  • Engine-room Artificers and Stokers Wanted for the Navy, (630)
  • Eogineer Wanted for the Johannesburg Muni¬cipality, (63)
  • Naval, Mr. Arnold Forster and the, 216
  • Naval, W. Stoddart, 270

Engineering:

  • Agreement, The New, 163
  • Apprentices, Training of, 71
  • Canadian Society of Civil Engineers aims at Engineering being made a Close Profession, (335) ’
  • Civil, 16 Electrical, 19
  • Examinations in London for McGill University, Montreal, (3141
  • Industry, Russia's, 182
  • Legislation and Electrical, 541, 587, 609
  • Locomotive, some Modern Tendencies in, by Chas. Rous-Marten, 275, 698
  • Marine, on the Clyde, 8 Marine, during 1901, 29, 59, 80
  • Mechanical, 18
  • Models, The Uso3 of, Mr. Percival Marshall on, 299
  • Relations between Metallurgy and, Sir Wm. Roberts-Austen, 5, 443

Standards Committee, The, 141, 224, 240, 402, 564

  • Works, Gloucester, The Emlyn, 542

Engines:

  • Acetylene for Gas, 54
  • American Three-cylinder Traction, 44
  • Banki Oil, Messrs. Gar.z and Co., by the Late Mr. Bryan Donkin, 276, 277, 285
  • for Battleships King Edward VII. and Queen, Harland and Wolff’s Tender Accepted, 384, (386)
  • Breakdown of Engines and Machines, 208
  • British Westinghouse Company’s Policy, 391
  • Chimney Erection, £91
  • Colliery Winding, Andrew Barclay, Sons and Co., (615)
  • Comparative Trials of the Working of an In¬ternal Combustion Engine with Petrol and
  • Alcohol, (214)
  • Cooling the Cylinders of Explosive, 545
  • Diesel Oil, 528, 575
  • Fairlie, 634
  • Fencing of Steam and Gas, Mr. H. D. Marthall on, 308
  • Future of Gas, 112
  • Ganz and Co., Banki Oil Engine, 276, 277, 285
  • Gas, at Differdingen, in Luxembourg, with Blast Furnace Gas, (214)
  • Gas, in Germany, and Work they are Engaged in, (287)
  • Gas, The Mathot Indicator, (496)
  • Gas and other Combustion, Mr. Dugald Clerk on,112
  • High-speed, 327, 391
  • High-speed Steam, Mr. John Davidson, 22, 72
  • Hydrocarbon, Mr. R. O. Allsop, 172
  • Indicating High-speed Steam Engines, Mr. A. M. Arter, 245
  • Indicator, Evolution of the, 270
  • Indicators, Historical Steam Engine, 236, 238
  • Indicators, Watt’s and McNaught’s, 236, 238
  • Injection Water Pumping, Geo. Fletcher and Co., 612
  • Internal Combustion, Working on the Otto Cycle, Number Made and Sold in England and on the Continent, (287)
  • Large Set of, Built by Hawthorn, Leslie and , Co., for H.M. Cruiser Lancaster, (237)
  • Motor Combination Chemical, to be Purchased by Tottenham District Council, (630)
  • Oil, Applied to Road Rollers, The Dudbridge Ironworks, Limited, 296, 297
  • Oil, The Banki, by the Late Mr. Bryan Donkin, 276, 277
  • Oil, Mr. M. A. Falconer on, (484)
  • Oil, for Motor Car and Launch Requirements, Ardwick Engineering Company, (444)
  • Oil, The New Diesel, 528, 575
  • Oil, Self-propelling Portable, Jas. B. Petter and Sons, 144
  • Petrol and Alcohol, Comparative Trials of En¬gine with, (214)
  • Petrol, Panhard and Lovassor’s New Type of, Called the Centaure, (314)
  • Petrol, for Tramways, 632
  • Power, Type of, used by one of the New York
  • Railway Companies Criticised in Favour of Marine Engines, (469)
  • Prime Movers, Development of, 513
  • Pumping, Triple-expansion, Worthington, Pur¬chased by Bordeaux, (37)
  • Rolling Mill, Mr. Geo. Sellers, Wardsend Steel Works, Sheffield, 438
  • Scale Formed by use of Hard Water in Gas Engine Cylinder Jackets, How to Remove. (485)
  • Six-coupled Passenger, U.S.A., (173)
  • Small Portable Steam, Wanted in Turkey, (314)
  • Steam, Experiments on a, by the Late Brvan Donkin, 507
  • Steam Motor Fire, its Efficiency Severely Tested, (561)
  • Steam, Packing for, Mr. A. McSwiney on, (150)
  • Steam Pumping, Geo. Fletcher and Co,, 612
  • For s.s. Alberta, John Brown and Co., 380, 384
  • Steam’s Compound Steam, for Light Motor Cars, (214)
  • Tests to Determine Effect of Clearance on the Economy of a Small Steam Engine, Mr. A Kingsbury, (314)
  • Traction, for Cuba, 44
  • Traction, Fined, Newcastle, (511)
  • Tramway, Ernest Scott and Mountain, Limited, Birkenhead Corporation, 438
  • Triple-expansion, Robey and Co., 613, 614
  • Triple-expansion, for United States Battleships (Supplement, March 28th, 190?), 322, 369 443
  • Triple-expansion, United States Navy (Supple¬ment, Februari/ 14M, 1S02), 163
  • Triple Rolling Mill, Messrs. John and Edward Wood, 55, 57
  • Twin-screw Triple-expansion s.s. Arundel, Wm. o™yo?nd Br°S’ (SuPPlem*M, ^pril Uh, lyuz), u4u
  • Vertical Compound, 1000 Brake Horse-power, for the Electric Supply of Capetown, Ferranti Limited, 457
  • Vertical, 25C0 Horse-power, Beilis and Morcom 548
  • Works, Brown Corliss Co.’s New, U.S.A., 246
  • ENGLISH Machinery for Morocco, (287)
  • Engraving by Eleotrolysis, 363
  • Erzeroum, Bicycles in Demand, (511)
  • Ethylene from Inorganic Sourcos, Production of,
  • Etna, Mount, Diminution of its Height since 1868, (287)
  • Evans and Co., Jas., Danish Patent, Method of Imitating Slabs of Polished Marble or State (151)
  • Evaporating, Copper Vacuum Pan for, Storey and Sons, Limited, (471)

Exhibitions:

  • American at the Crystal Palace, 570 Brewers’, (314)
  • Capetown, British and Colonial, (607)
  • Co’°“ial-in London, at the Royal Exchange, 238, (324), 436
  • Cork^ International, 428 ; Power Plant at, 496,
  • Lille, (190)
  • MG13°ery at the ö!Mg°W’ Mr’ H’ Jenkina o". Motor Car, Copenhagen, (60)
  • Motor Car, Crystal Palace, 185
  • Motor Car, at Islington, 406—408, 437
  • Motor Car, Paris, 2, 30, (113), (190)
  • Naval and Military, Crystal Palace, 70
  • Naval and Military at Portsmouth, (314), 590, 627
  • Paris, “ Liste des Récompenses” published, (459)
  • Paris, Prize Diplomas, &s,, of the late, (214); General Report, (261)
  • St. Louis, World’s Fair, Prize Offered for Steerable Balloon, (37)
  • Vilna, Agricultural and Industrial, (237)
  • Wolverhampton Art and Industrial, 135, (409),

Explosives:

  • Air Torpedoes at Marma, Trials of, (359)
  • Capped Armoor-piercing Projectiles, 624
  • Capped Shot, Armour-piercing, Fitted with Johnson’s Caps, 544, 590
  • Cordite, 43, (190)
  • Cordite Exposed to the Sun, How it affected the Firing of H.M.S. Terrible, (630)
  • Exploder, A New Safety, Tested at Ridsdale, (386)
  • Gathmann Torpedo Shell, 58, 64
  • Gyroscopic Steering Gears for Use in Torpedoes, “Masurite,” A New High-power Explosive called, (359), 522
  • Permitted, Albionite and Arkite added to the List of, (335)
  • Projectiles, Sale of 6000 Tons of, Woolwich Arsenal, (409)
  • Shells, Press for Copper Banding, 10 Shells, Tests of High Explosive, 58, 64

F

  • FACTORIES and Workshops, Annual Report of the Chief Inspector for 1901, (537)
  • Fans and Pumps, High-speed Centrifugal, 230, 240, 252, 255
  • Fan of Unusual Dimensions, Detroit, (190)
  • Federation and the Unions, The, 169
  • Fencing and Guarding Machinery used in Textile Factories, 308, 354
  • Fencing of Steam and Gas Engines, Mr. II. D. Marshall on, 308, 354
  • Fife, sen., Mr. Wm., (63), 70
  • File-cntting Machine, Mr. Zsnses, (335)
  • Filter Water Cart, Mr. E. Bailey-Denton, 144
  • Fire Alarm Whistle Blown by Natural Gas, (166)
  • Fire-box Stays of Locomotive Boilers, Mr. Webb on, 412
  • Fire Brigade Committee of the London County Council, (248)
  • Fire-detector, The May-Oatway, (126)
  • Fire Float Pumping Plant for Fiume Har¬bour, Merryweather and Sons, 341
  • Fire by Friction by means of Two Sticks, (314)
  • Fire Prevention Committee, The British, Their New Arrangements for Business Men, 634
  • Fireproof Partition Construction, New York, 222
  • Fireproof Structures, 12, 71
  • Fire-resisting Materials, The British Fire-Pre¬vention Committee Tests, (89), (113), (139)
  • Fire-throwing from Locomotives, 46
  • Fitter, Elimination of the, 142
  • Floor Tests of Karri and Jarrah Wood, (89) (113), (139)
  • Flour Mill for Export Purposes, Philadelphia, Large, (561)
  • Flying Machine, Another Brazilian, (485)
  • Flying Machine Inventor, Another, comes near to Losing his Life in Paris, (607)
  • Fly-wbeels, Bursting of, Prof. C. H. Beniamin. (113)
  • Fly-wheels for Slow Speed Engines, Mr. A. M. Downie on Design and Construction of, (63)
  • Foghorn in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Large, (13)
  • Fog Signal at St. Catherine’s, (314)
  • Fog Signalling Apparatus, Mechanical, 566
  • Foochow as a Manufacturing and Mining Field, Consular Report on the Possibilities Offered by, (63)
  • Foundries of the United States and Canada, 323
  • Foundry Tests and Malleable Iron Castings in the United States, 520
  • Fox, Mr. W. H., (537)
  • France, Imports, Official Customs Returns, (89)
  • France, Population of, (89)
  • French Military Photo-Electric School, Havre, (89)
  • French Mines, Output Returns, (89)
  • Fuel Economy, 441, 467
  • Fulham Baths and Wash-houses, (231)
  • Furnace, Non-crucible Blast, Mr. Jno. L. Steven¬son, 72
  • Furnace, Remarkable Fall in a, 545

G

  • GALILEO Feraris Award, Competiticn for the (616)
  • Galloways Limited, Annual Meeting, 241
  • Galveston, U.S.A., Sea Protection Works at, 635

Gas:

  • Acetylene Association, Meeting of, (190)
  • Acetylene in Austria, 286
  • Acetylene, Board School Lighted by, (214)
  • Acetylene Flame, Standard, (493)
  • Acetylene for Gas Engines, 54
  • Acetylene Generators, 283, (237)
  • Acetylene and “ Phossy-jaw,” 291
  • Acetylene for Railway Lighting in France, 254
  • Bell Buoy Lit by, at the Manacles Rocks, (190)
  • Birmingham, Gas Saved by the Use of Kern Incandescent Burners, (237)
  • Blast Furnace, Power given by Nine Engines, with, (214)
  • Calorific Value of, Natural Water, Ccal, &c.,
  • Capital in England and Wales. Is it Excessive ? (602)
  • Carburetted Water, Plant for Generation of, at Oldham, (89)
  • Coal, Its Calorific Power, (232)
  • Coaland Natural, Relative Cost of, Experiments to Test in the United States, (561)
  • Comptes Rendus, M. A. de Hemptinne on the Influence of X Rays on, (190)
  • Condensation Coal, Mr. A. F. Browne, 455
  • Development of the Gasholder, Mr. Geo. Livesey, 455
  • Distribution, Efficiency and Economy in, (602)
  • Engine, Central Station, Differdingen, (214)
  • Engine Cylinder Jackets, Scale in, How to Remove, (485)
  • Engines—see Engines, Gas
  • Engines and the Gases Used by Them, Large,(600)
  • Engine Indicator, The Mathot, (498)
  • Engines, Steam, Oil, and Cost of Fuel per Brake Horse-power per Hour and their Heat Effi¬ciencies, Mr. Bryan Donkin, 454
  • Ethylene from Inorganic Sources, Production of, 58
  • Gas and Electric Lighting Industries of the United Kingdom, Comparison afforded by the Capital Employed in, (237)
  • High-pressure, for Works Lighting, Mr. J. Nasmith on, 245
  • Holgate, Mr., on the History and Development of the Gas Industry during the last Decade, 454
  • Illuminating Power of the Gas of the Future, Mr. H. E. Jones, 454
  • Installations, Two Swiss Village, 70
  • Kern Incandescent Burners Save 45 per cent, in Gas Consumption, (237)
  • Lamps with Osmium Filaments, M. Gabriel's Statements with Reference to, (459)
  • Mains, the Electrolysis of, Mr. Swinburne on, 582
  • Making, Valuation of Oil for, (602)
  • Manchester Gasworks, Gross Profits, 1901, (409)
  • Measurement, New System of, (602)
  • Mixtures of Combustible Gases and Air, Dr. H. Bunte on, (485)
  • Mixtures, Explosive, 305
  • Mond, Extensive Installation of, with Ammonia Recovery Plant at Runcorn, (214)
  • Mond Schemo, (124), (199)
  • Naphthalene, Solubility of, Mr. J. F. Smith,
  • Natural, in Indiana, Reduction in the Pressure of, and the Consequence, (359)
  • Oil, Mr. W. B. Cowell’s and Mr. J. Kemp ’ Welch’s Invention, 518
  • Oil Fuel instead of Natural Gas in Indiana, Use of, (359)
  • Oxy-acetylene Blow-pipe, described by M. Fouchb, (602)
  • Papers Read at the Institution of Gas Engineers, 454, 455
  • Supplied by the South Metropolitan Gas Company, Concerning the Reduction of the Candle-power of, (237)
  • Supply, 20
  • Unification of the Methods of Stating the Items comprising the Costs in Gasworks, Mr. W. R. Herring, 455
  • Use of, for Power Purposes, Sir F. T. Mappin on the, (287)
  • Water, for Driving Gas Engines, 490
  • Works in the United States, 300
  • GAUGE, High-pressure, Recently Invented, (433)
  • Gauge, A really Accurate one at Last, 295
  • Gear-cutting Machine, Automatic, G. Birch and Co., 368
  • Geological Field Class, Excursions of the London, (394)
  • German Budget, Provision for taking Soundings in North and Baltic Seas, (13)
  • Germany, Economic Depression throughout, (335)
  • German Empire, 1900, Census of, and Increase since 1885, (535)
  • German Estimates for the Financial Year, Unpro¬mising, (386)
  • Germany, Foreign Trade Returns of, (335)
  • German Iron Industry, The, 155
  • German Machine Tool Industry, The, 592
  • Germany, Industrial Distress in, (607)
  • Gibson, Mr. Jas., (37)
  • Gillmor, Mr., on Battleship Designs, 4
  • Glasgow Sewage, 138
  • Glass Manufacture, Electricity in, 160
  • Goldbeaters’ Skin, Advantages of, for Balloon Manufacture, (409)
  • Gold Dredging, California. (537)
  • Gold Dredging in Otago, New Zealand, Mr. F. W. Payne, 590
  • Goldfields in Manchuria, (13)
  • Gold, Klondike, (386)
  • Gold in Lapland, (214)
  • Gold Mining in Australia, Jubilee of, 168
  • Gold Yield of New Zealand for 1901, (54)
  • Gold Yield for the State of Victoria, 1901, (63)
  • Goldschmidt Welding Process, The, 8
  • Good Enough, 263 Gourlay, Gresham, (144)
  • Grain Elevator on the Atlantic Coast of America, The Largest, (314)
  • Greenwich Footway Tunnel, 334
  • Grinding Machine, Reversible, U.S.A., 470 Growing Evil, A, 121
  • Guarding Machine Tools, Mr. W. H. Johnson on, 310
  • Guarding Machinery used in Textile Factories, 308, 354
  • Guarding Steam and Gas Engines, Mr. H. D. Marshall on, 308
  • Guest, Keen and Co., Limited, (260)
  • Guest, Keen and Co., and Nettlefold’s, Amalga¬mation of their Businesses, (150)

H

  • HAMMER, The 125-Ton Steam, Bethlehem Steel Company’s, Demolished, (409)
  • Hammer, Pneumatio Power, 298
  • Hardy Patent Pick Company, Limited, Automatic Sffp Hook and Adjustable Trenching Stmt,

Harbours and Waterways:

  • Auckland Harbour, Receipts and Expenditure, (611)
  • Black Sea Harbours, New, 516
  • Blyth, Placed by the Admiralty on List of Ports ; Eligible for the Repairing of his Majesty’s Ships, (151)
  • Boulogne Harbour Extension, (433)
  • Brest Roads, Government Works in, (561)
  • Brito, Proposed Harbour at, 530
  • Chronology of Inland Navigation in Great Britain,” Mr. H. R. de Salis, (113)
  • Colombo Harbour Works, 355
  • Dieppe, Outer Harbour to be Made at, (359)
  • Dundee, Port of, G. C, Buchanan on, 197
  • Dunkerque Harbour, (287)
  • France, New, Discussion in the French Chamber, (113)
  • Fremantle Harbour, 547
  • Greytown, Proposed Harbour at, 531
  • Havre, The only Port Visited by the Large British Cargo Steamers, (359)
  • Heysham, (174) in 1901,48
  • Leith Roads, Scheme for Improving, (63)
  • Lourenco Marquez, to be Made a Great Coaling Station, (583)
  • New Orleans, Traffic of the Port, (386)
  • Port Said, Abolition of Import Daties at, and Construction of New Harbour, (237)
  • Port Said, Commercial Harbour at, (166)
  • Ribble Navigation, Extension of Training Wall Recommended, (113)
  • Rosario, Harbour at, Creusot Company’s Tender for, Accepted, (386)
  • Russia, Waterways in, (242)
  • Russian Dues, New Regulations, (37)
  • Saigon, Port of, (261)
  • Ssaham Harbour Extension Works, 619
  • Southampton WaterChannel, Proposed Deepening of, to Meet Requirements of Atlantic Shipping Combine, (537)
  • Svendborg Harbour, (359)
  • Tripoli Harbour, (599)
  • Warkworth Harbour Improvement, (445)
  • HEAD, Wrightson and Co., Limited, Annual Meeting of, (638)
  • Holt Waterworks Engine-room, 146
  • Hook, Automatic Slip, 136
  • Hopkinson, John, (302)
  • Horse Gear, Plywel, (163)
  • Hotchkiss Boiler Scummer, The, 70
  • Human Body as a Mo tai lie Conductor, Average Value of, (37)
  • Hunter, Mr. C. L., 172
  • Hydraulic Press, The Darlington Forge Company, (324)
  • Hythe, Serious Encroachments of the Sea, (190)
  • I
  • ICE Machine Patents, United States, (614)
  • Idiosyncracy as a Factor in Remedial Legislation, 412
  • Illumination, Principles of, 171
  • Illumination, Principles of, Mr. D. Barnett on, 111
  • Imperial Cable, The, 179
  • India-rubber Industry, Peru, (607)
  • India-rubber Testers, 339
  • Indian Empire, Total Population of, (335)
  • Indicators, Steam Engine, Watt’s and McNanght’s, 236
  • Industrial Leaders, Prof. J. Wertheimer on the Training of, 590

Institute and Club, Aeronautical:

  • Balloons, Dr. Barton and Mr. P. L. Senecal on, 384
  • Navigable Ballooning, History of, M. Aug. E. Gaudron on, 260, 454
  • Screw Propeller and Aëroonrve in Theory and Practice, Mr. Fred Walker, 582
  • Second General Meeting, Provisional Roles, (172), 582

Institute, Cycle Engineers’:

  • Question of Certifying Cycle Mechanics, (630)

Institute of Electrical Engineers, American:

  • Alternatiog Current Motors, Mr. W. L. R. Emmett, 24

Institute, Incorporated Gas:

  • Electrolysis of Gas Mains, Mr. Swinburne, 582
  • Fittings Business as an Aid in the Sale of Gas, The, Mr. R. Watson, 602
  • Gas Burners, Maintenance of Incandescent, by Gas Companies, Mr. N. R. Humphrys, 602
  • Gas Capital in England and Wales, Is it Exces¬sive ? Mr. C. E. Jones, 602
  • Gas Distribution, Efficiency and Economy io, Mr. W. Hole, 602
  • Gas Engines and the Gases used by them, Large, Mr. Dugald Clerk, 600
  • Gas Measurement, New System of, Mr. T. G. Marsh, 602
  • General Meeting at Southampton, (537)
  • Oil for Gas Making, Valuation of, Mr. J. P. Leather, 602
  • Presidential Address of Mr. Darkin, 582
  • Turbines, Laval Steam, for Driving the Fans, Mr. W. D. Child, 602

Institute, Iron and Steel:

  • Annual Meeting, Placa and Date, and Pro¬gramme of Proceedings, 368; General Busi¬ness, 463
  • Coke Making, Recovery of By-Products in, Mr. J. Thery, 463
  • Coke, Manufacture of, from Compressed Fuel, Mr. J. H. Darby, 463
  • Cooling Blast Furnace Tuyeres, Mr. H. Allen on Mr. W. J. Foster’s Invention for, 489
  • Iron Ores of Brazil, Mr. H. K. Scott, 490
  • Nomenclature of Metallography, The Com¬mittee’s Report on the, 490
  • Silicon in the Acid Open-hearth Process, Elimi¬nation of, by Messrs. MoWilliam and Hatfield, 489
  • Steel Alloys, Comparative Study of some Low Carbon, Mr. J. A. Matthews, 490
  • Steel Making, Combined Blast Furnace and Open-air Process of, Mr. F. Eyermann, 490
  • Steel, Microstructure of Hardened, Professor Arnold and Mr. MacWilliam on the, 490
  • Water-gas Plant using Wood Fuel, Dr. Jas. Douglas describes a, 490

Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, North of England:

  • Excursion Meeting at Washington Colliery, (459)
  • Visit to the New Shaft of the Globe Pit o' the Washington Colliery Co., (498)
  • Winding from Great Depths, Mr. Hans C. Behr, (472)

Institute, The Sanitary:

  • Congress of, (84)
  • Provincial Summer Meeting at Buxton, Papers to be Read, (587)

Institution of Civil Engineers:

  • Annual Dinner, and Annual Meeting, 268, (463)
  • Awards, 446
  • Bacterial Treatment of Trades’ Waste, Mr, W. Naylor, 150
  • Conversazione, 560
  • Electric Traction on Railways, Messrs. Mordey and Jenkins, 221
  • Indicating High-speed Steam Engines, Mr. A. M. Arter, 245
  • James Forrest Lecture, Relations between Metallurgy and Engineering, Sir Wm. Roberts- Austen, 443
  • Locomotive Fire-box Stays, Mr. F. W. Webb, 412, 419
  • Port of Dundee, Mr. G. C. Buchanan, 197
  • Sewerage System of Sydney, N.S.W., and Suburbs, Mr. J. Davis, 150
  • Tunnel, Greenwich Footway, Mr. W. C. Copper- thwaite, 334
  • Tunnelling, Subaqueous, through the Thames Gravel, Mr. A. H. Haigh, 334
  • Students’ Meetings:
  • Compressed Air and its Applications, Mr. L. G. Crawford, 350
  • Dinner, The Twenty-seventh, (296), (496)
  • Quay Walls of Heysham Harbour, Messrs. W. H. C. Clay and J. C. Collett, 174
  • Some Public Health Aspects of the Question of Sewage Disposal, Mr. C. Johnston, 197
  • Use of Long Steel Wires in Surveying, Mr. H. J. Deane, 300

Institution of Civil Engineers: New¬castle-upon -Tyne Association of Students:

  • Visits and Excursions, (546)

Institution of Civil Engineers:

  • Asso¬ciation of Birmingham Students:
  • Programme for the Session, (490)

Institution of Civil Engineers: Glas¬gow Association of Students:

  • American Workshop Methods in Steel Con¬struction, Mr. H. B. Molesworth, 97
  • Campbeltown Colliery and Light Railway, Mr. T. Lindsay Galloway, 74
  • Power Stations, General Arrangement of, Mr. A. H. Morton, (184)
  • Swing Bridges, Mr. W. II. McLean, 120

Institution of Electric Engineers:

  • Committee for EnsuiDg Session, (408)
  • Conference to Consider the Incidence of the
  • Factory Act of 1901 on the Electrical Indus¬tries, (485)
  • Report of the Committee on Electrical Legisla¬tion ; Resolutions Passed by the Committee at its Meeting, March 25th, 1902, 429
  • Telegraphic Address of, (5)

Institution of Electric Engineers, Manchester Section:

  • Electric Problem of Railways, Mr. J. Swin¬burne, 547, 614

Institution, Electrical Standardising, Testing, and Training:

  • Awards made by the Board of Control, (71)
  • Conversazione, (458)
  • Entrance Examination, (312)

Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders, N.E. Coast:

  • Engineer Branch of H.M. Navy, Unsatisfactory Condition of, Mr. D. B. Morison, (223)
  • Steam Turbines, Notes on, Mr. F. J. Warbur- ton, 149

Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders In Scotland:

  • Gas and other Combustion Engines, Mr. Dagald Clerk, 112

Institution of Gas Engineers:

  • Annual Meetiner, Mr. T. Holgate’s Presidential Address, (433), 454
  • Coal Gas Condensation, Mr. A. F. Browne, 455
  • Gasholder, Development of the, Mr. Geo. Livesey, 455
  • Illuminating Power of the Gas of the Future, Mr. H. E. Jones, 454
  • Naphthalene, The Solubility of, Mr. J. F. Smith, 455
  • Steam, Gas and Oil Engines: Cost of Fuel per brake horse-power per hour, and their Heat Efficiencies, Mr. Bryan Donkin, 454
  • Unification of the Methods of Stating the Items Comprising the Carbonising Costs in Gas¬works, Mr. W. R. Herring, 455

Institution of Junior Engineers:

  • Annual Dinner and Conversazione, 112, (325)
  • Colonial Railway Construction, Some Factors in, Mr. L. H. Rugg, 525
  • Electrical Passenger Elevator, Mr. Percival Marshall, 170
  • Engineering Models, On the Uses of, Mr. Percival Marshall, 299
  • Lighthouse Construction, Notes on Modern, Mr. G. Drysdale Sweetman, 421
  • Steam, Utilisation of Exhaust, Mr. John Buley, 43
  • Visit to Great Eastern Railway Works. Strat¬ford, 546
  • Visit to the Mazawattee Tea Company’s Factories, (62)
  • Visit to Fulham Baths and Wash-houses, (231)
  • Visit to the Trinity House Depót at Blackwall, 432

Institution of Mechanical Engineers:

  • Abstract of the Annual Report of the Council, 212
  • Annual Dinner, Lord Geo. Hamiltcn'o Speech, 405
  • Change in Article 23 of tie Articles of tlo Association of, (236)
  • Fencing or Guarding Machinery Used in Textile Factories with Special Reference to Machines Used by Cotton Spinners and Manufacturers, 308, 354
  • Fencing of Steam and Gas Engines, Mr. H. D. Marshall, 308
  • Guarding of Machine Tools, Mr. W. H. John¬son, 310
  • Modern Machine Methods, Mr. H. F. L. Orcutt, 79, 97,122, 132, 211
  • Protection of Lift Shafts and Safety Devices in connection with Lift Doors and Controlling Gear, Mr. H. C. Walker, 308
  • Standardisation of Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings, Mr. R. E. Atkinson, 405
  • Summer Meeting, Outline Draft of the Pro¬visional Programme, 458
  • Weston and Tiverton Bridge Undertaking, Mr. H. M. Mogg, 391
  • Graduates’ Meetings
  • Coal Gas Exhausting Plant, Mr. O. Waus, (280)
  • Oil Engines, Mr. E. A. Falconer, (484)

Institution of Mining Engineers:

  • President’s Address, Mr. Dixon, 557
  • Programme of the Thirty-sixth General Meet¬ing, 496, 557
  • Cambell Coal-washing Table, Mr. Clarence H. Cleghorn, 590
  • Coal Working under the River Hunter, the Pacific Ocean and its Tidal Waters near New¬castle, New South Wales, Mr. A. A. Atkinsod, 557
  • Copper Ores in Australia, Treatment of Low- grade, Mr. J. J. Muir, 590
  • Electric Traction on Roads and Mineral Rail¬ways, Mr. W. R. Cooper, 590
  • Gas Coals, Analytical Valuation of, Mr. S. P. Lisbman, 590
  • Gold Dredging in Otago, New Zealand, Mr. F. W. Payne, 590
  • Hydroborate of Lime Deposits, its Exploitation and Refination, Mr. C. A. L. Hoskold, 590
  • Industrial Leaders, Training of, Prof. J. Wertheimer, 590
  • Lead and Zinc Deposits of the Mississippi Valley, U.S.A., Messrs. C. R. Van Ilise and H. Foster Bain, 590
  • Mechanical Ventilation, Prof. Rateau and Mr. E. Harze’s Remarks on Mr. W. Brown’s Re¬port, 590
  • Mine Surveying Instruments, Mr. D. D. Scott, 690
  • Mining Concentration and Analysis of Corun¬dum in Ontario, Mr. W. L. Goodwin, 590

Institution of Mining and Metallurgy Salisbury House, E.C.:

  • Scholarships to be Offered Annually for Three Years, (627), (630)

Institution of Naval Architects:

  • Announcements for the Opening Season, (120), 260
  • Boilers, Distortion of, due to Overheating, C. E. Stromeyer, 337, 344, 369—see also p. 527
  • Corrosion of Condenser Tubes and Sea Water Conductors, Prof. Ernest CoheD, 469
  • Forty-third Annual Meeting, Annual Report, Nomination of Officers, Medal Awards, Presentation to Mr. G. Holmes, &c. &c., 282
  • Liquid Fuel for Ships, Sir F. Flannery, 283, 310
  • Navipendular Method of Experiments as Ap¬plied to some Warships of Different Classes, Capt. G. Russo, 310, 330
  • Propeller Shaft Bearinps, Improvements in, Mr. Younger, 312, 320, 321, 330
  • Recent Scientific Developments and the Future of Naval Warfare, Mr. W. Laird Clowes, 316, 318
  • Stresses in a Ship's Bottom Plating due to Water Pressure, Mr. Ivan G. Boobnoff, 282
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Mr. S. Barnaby, 282, 298

Institution, United Service:

  • Second-class Battleships, Admiral Sir J. O. Hopkins, (193)

Iron:

  • American, and the Coal Strike, 539
  • Boiler Tubes, Defective Welding of Wrought, as Proved by Mr. D. Woodman, (583)
  • Canadian Pig, Imports to Scotland, Production in 1901, (50), (314)
  • Cargo Fleet Ironworks, Stoppage of the, (49)
  • Cumberland (W.), Millom and Askham Iron Company’s Prospecting in, (37)
  • Export to America, (471)
  • Fencing for South Africa, Wrought, Bayliss, Jones and Bayliss, (441)
  • Foundry Tests and Malleable Iron Castings in the United States, 620
  • German Imports from Sweden, (459)
  • German Industry, 155, (335)
  • Hammer and Anvil, probably the Remains of an old Tilt Mill, 11
  • Imported into China from United Kingdom, Falling off owing to Foreign Competition, (63)
  • Japan, (314)
  • Making in Sussex, 11
  • Normandy, Export of, from, (409)
  • Ore, Edison Syndicate for Treating, Erection of Works in Norway Contemplated, (314)
  • Ores of Brazil, Mr. H. K. Scott on the, 490
  • Pig, American Output, 220
  • Pig and Pure, Quantity of Copper they will Alloy with, (630)
  • Pig, Casting Apparatus, the Uehling, (301)
  • Produced in the United States by the New Blast Furnaces Started, (630)
  • Production, United States, 1900, 23
  • Protection of, from Rust, 243
  • Sand Deposits, Taranaki, Now Zealand, (386)
  • Scotch Pig Production and Consumption, and Shipments to Foreign Countries, 1900, 1901, (60), (63)
  • Trade, American Orders in the, 217
  • Trade Prospscts, (229)
  • Trust, Austrian, (561)
  • United States Iron aad Steel Industry, 1900,
  • Number of Men Employed in. (433)
  • United States Production, (533)
  • Warrants, Scotch, Question of a Redaction, (152)
  • Works in Japan, Government Steel and, 58
  • Work, Structural, Prof. J. Goodman on, (169)
  • Works in the United States, 470
  • Wrought, Its Coefficient of Extension the same as that of Concrete, (166)
  • Wrought, Preferable te Cast, for Gas Pipes, (537)
  • IRONSAND, Deposits of, at Taranaki, New Zealand, (336)
  • Irrigation Projects in India, (639)
  • Italy, Rivers of, Horse-power which they are capable of Developing, (139)

J

  • “JAMES FORREST” Lecture on Metallurgy in relation to Engineering, (190), 443
  • Japan with China, Commercial Relations of, (166)
  • Jessop and Sons, Annual Meeting of Share¬holders, (271)
  • Jointing Boiler and other Tubes, New Method of, (271)

K

  • KECHUR Carburetter, The, (113)
  • Kerosene in Russia, Consumption of, (561)
  • Kerosene Yielded by Grozny Petroleum, (661)
  • King’s College, London, Annual Dinner of, (459)
  • Kites, their Advent into Modern Science, (409)

L

Labour Questions, Strikes, and Trade Disputes:

  • Australian Labour Laws and their Bearing on Trade Unionism, Mr. S. Ransome on, 4
  • Barnes, Mr. G. N., Report as to the Condition of Trade and Labour, (63)
  • Berlin, Number of Unemployed in, (200)
  • Board of Conciliation, Official Statistics Com¬piled for, (125)
  • Board of Trade Report on Skilled Labour Market, January, (190)
  • Britannia Metal Smiths and the Master Silversmiths' Association, Dispute between, (345)
  • Cleveland Blast Furnacemen’s Wages Reduced Again, (37)
  • Colliers’ Wages, 463
  • Department of the Board of Trade, Memoran¬dum Prepared by, (63)
  • Employers’ Union, An, 71
  • Eaton and Chaloner Ironstone Mines and the Adoption of the Ratchet Drills, (498)
  • Factory Act of 1901 on the Electrical Industries, Conference to Consider Incidence of the Pro¬visions of, (485)
  • Federation and the Unions, The, 169
  • German Workmen’s Pension Fund, A, (493)
  • Germany, Industrial Distress in, (607)
  • Ironworkers’ Wages, 559
  • Labour and Capital, 66
  • Labour and Invention, 42
  • Labour Representation League, The, (63)
  • Lewis Merthyr Pitmen Stop Work, (498)
  • Mather and Piatt, Limited, Pensions Granted to their Men, (523)
  • Miners’ Wages, 10 per cent. Reduction, (471), (671)
  • Mines and Quarries in 1900, Number of Persons Employed in, (630)
  • Miners’ Strike, Rochester and Pittsburg Coal and Iron Company, (335)
  • Minimum Wage Rate of 40 per Cent., South Wales Miners’ Federation, (335)
  • Moscow, Experiment in Connection with the Employment of Labour, (359)
  • New York State, Labour Organisations in, (511)
  • New York State, Strikes and Lock-outs, (511)
  • Non-Unionist Trouble in the South Wales Coal Trade, (630)
  • North-East Coast Employers’ Notice of Reduc¬tion of Wages to the Members of the Boiler¬makers’ and Iron and Steel Shipbuilders’ Society, (359)
  • North-East Coast Shipbuilders give Notice of Reduction of Wages to the Members of the Boilermakers’ and Shipbuilders’ Society. (433)(445,
  • North-Eastern Railway Company’s North Road Locomotive Works, Darlington, Labour Dispute, (445), (471)
  • Parliament and Trade Unions, 488
  • Premium-Bonus System, The, (637),
  • Premium System, The, 82, 105, 146, 147, 162, 231, 280, 294, 312, 328, 341, 377, 391, 416
  • Production and Trade, 91
  • South Wales Miners’ Federation, Meeting to
  • Consider the Termination of the Sliding Scale Agreement, (607)
  • South Wales Miners’ Federation Take Steps to Obtain the Establishment of a Minimum Wage Rate of 40 per cent., (335)
  • Strike, Colliers’, Mon., (472)
  • Strike, Belgium, End of, (472)
  • Strikes in Iron Mines in Elba, (561)
  • Strike, Monmouthshire Collieries, (50)
  • Tin-plate Manufacturers and the Men’s Repre¬sentatives, Important Meetings between, (638)
  • Trade Union Case, Verdict Against the Union, (346)
  • Case, Another, 413
  • Law, 363
  • Litigation, More, 462 Quarterly Report of the General Federation of, (113)
  • Returns of Unemployed at End of February, (287)
  • United States Steel Corporation, Wages Paid out by the Trust in its Initial Fiscal Year, (485)
  • Wages on American and Foreign Vessels, Difference in, (561)
  • Wages Reductions, (60)
  • Yorkshire Miners and the Reduction in Wazes, 610
  • LAMPS, Safety, and Colliery Explosion», 506
  • Lancashire, Census Returns for, (386)
  • Lancaster and Tonge, Piston Rings and Spiral Springs and Steam Dryers, (571)
  • Lane, Mr. R. Qniller, 533
  • Lathe, Crank-turning, J. Butler and Co. (vii., Supplement, June Vitk, 1902)
  • Electrically - driven, Hexagon Turret, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 292, 293
  • Cylinder, G. Wilkinson and Sans (v., Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • fijin., Miley’8 Machine Tool Company (iv., Supplement, June 13fA, 1902)
  • For High-speed Steel, Special, Darling and Sellers, Limited, 330, 364
  • 16in., for High-speed Steel, Dean, Smith and Grace (iii., Supplement, June 13th, 1902, and Supplement to ditto)
  • Shafting, Noble and Lund, 69
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 77, 148,174, 198, 225, 303, 325, 367, 396, 421, 447, 473, 525, 545, 606, 639
  • Lead, Copper, and Zinc in the United States, 300
  • Lead and Zinc Deposits of the Mississippi Valley, U.S.A., Messrs. Van Hise and F. Ba:n 590

Leaders:

  • 1901, 15
  • American Steel and the Trust, 142
  • Anglo-Japanese Alliance and its Commercial Effects, The, 192
  • Armoured Cruisers, 388
  • Arnold-Forster, Mr., and the Naval Engineers, 216
  • Atlantic Shipping Combine, The, 411, 435
  • Atlantic Shipping Trust, The North, 487
  • Boilers for Locomotives, 586
  • Boilers for the Navy, 93, 487, 513, 563
  • Boiler Power and Electricity, 168
  • Boiler Puzzles, 337
  • Centrifugal Pumps and Fans, High-speed, 240
  • Chemistry, 21
  • City Men and the Colonial Show, 436
  • Coal Question, The Great, 42
  • Colour of Warships, The, 92
  • Combination in the Atlantic Trade, 411, 435
  • Commercial Situation, The, 609
  • Community of Interest, 115
  • Condensers in Warships, 240
  • Cost of High-speed Trains, 436
  • Dingle Station Fire, 316
  • Dust Destructors and Electric Light, 289
  • Engineering, Civil, 16
  • Engineering, Electrical, 19
  • Engineering, Mechanical, 18
  • Engineering Standards Committee, The, 141
  • Fire-box Stays of Locomotive Boilers, 412
  • Fitter, Elimination of the, 142
  • French Navy, The, 239
  • Gas Supply, 20
  • German Shipping and Americanisation, 316
  • Good Enough, 263
  • Idiosyncrasy as a Phase in Remedial Legisla¬tion, 412
  • Jubilee of Gold Mining in Australia, 168
  • Labour and Capital, 66
  • Labour and Invention, 42
  • Legislation and Electrical Legislation, £09
  • Light v. Heavy Railways, 462
  • Locomotives, British and Foreign, 338
  • Locomotive Engines, Efficiency of, 387
  • Locomotives, English and American, 361
  • Locomotives for India, 65
  • “Mabon” and
  • Machinery, 361 Mars, The Accident in H.M.S., 387
  • Metropolitan Railways, The, 115
  • Motor Car of the Future, 362
  • Mudhole Doors, 514
  • Naval Engineers, Mr. Arnold Forster and the, 216
  • Navy Estimates, The, 191, 216
  • Nickel and the Steel Trust, 66
  • Panama, The Preferment of, 631
  • Patent Law Amendment, 192
  • Patent Searches, Official, 461
  • Peace with Honour, 563
  • Petrol Engines for Tramways, 632
  • Prime Movers, The Development of, 513
  • Production and Trade, 91
  • Quartz as an Industrial Material, 264
  • Railway Economies, 167
  • Railway Management, 315
  • Ships and Forts, 488
  • Speed of Motor Cars, 290
  • Steel, American, and the Trust, 142
  • Submarines for the British Fleet, 631
  • Sulphur in Coal, 514
  • Superheated Steam for Locomotives, 116
  • Syndicates, Effects of, 338
  • Tube Railways, 41
  • United States Navy, Development of the, 215
  • Valve Gear of Locomotive Engines, Tne, 289
  • Vibration on Tube Railways, 192
  • War Material, 20
  • War Shipbuilding Arrears, 462
  • Warship Design, 585
  • Wave Power, 610

Sub-Leaders:

  • American Orders in the Iron Trade, 217
  • American Railroad Construction, 363
  • American Triumphs, 264
  • Bessemer Steel Production, 388
  • Board of Trade Returns, 265
  • Cable, The All-Britisb, 338
  • Cable Treaties, The, 586
  • Clyde and Sailing Ship Construction, The, 193
  • Coal, 43, 437
  • Colliers’ Wages, 463
  • Cooper v. Crane, 515
  • Cordite, 43
  • Crystal Palace, The, 116
  • Electric Railways, Underground, 388
  • Engineering Standards Committee, 240, 564
  • Federation and the Unions, The, 169
  • French Navy, The, 264
  • Hyacinth and the Minerva, The, 217, 816
  • Indian Railways, Material for, 338
  • Isthmian Canals, The, 93
  • Locomotives in France, Foreign, 67
  • Locomotives in India, 413
  • London County Council Contracts, 241
  • London Water Bill, 241, 436
  • Metropolitan Railway, The, 291
  • Metropolitan Railways and Mr. Yerkes, 8E3
  • Miners’ Wages, 489
  • Motors, International Trials of Alcoho’, 67
  • Motor Purposes, Heavy Oils for, 169
  • National Physical Laboratory, The, 290
  • Paris Sewage Farms, The, 610
  • Parliament and Trade Unions, 488
  • Railway Disaster in New York, 67
  • Railway Recklessness, 143
  • Railway Wagon Amalgamation, The, 363
  • Sanitary Angles, 93
  • Steel, Effects of Concussion on, 169
  • Steel and Ironworks, Equipment, 67
  • Syndicate of South Russian Ironmasters, 586
  • Taff Vale Case, Mr. Holme’s Costs, 611
  • Trade Union Case, Another, 413
  • Trade Union Law, 363
  • Trade Union Litigation, More, 462
  • Trade Unions, Parliament and, 488
  • Trust System, The, 586
  • Valve Gear on the Great Northern Railway, 193
  • Yorkshire Miners and the Reduction in Wages, 610

Legal Intelligence:

  • Bigley v. Scott, (113)
  • Cooper v. Crane, 515
  • Jameson’s Patent No. 15,212 of 1894, Re, 245
  • London County Council v. the Attorney-General and others, as to their Power to Run Omni¬buses, (166)
  • Taff Vale Case, Mr. Holmes’s Costs, 611
  • Trade Union Litigation, 462
  • LEGISLATION and Electrical Engineering, 641, 587, 609
  • Legislation, Electricity and, 541, 587, 609, 621
  • Legislation, Remedial, Idiosyncrasy as a Factor in, 412
  • Leighton Buzzard Sewage Disposal, (176)
  • Leg, Sir Wm. (with Portrait), 193, 220

Letters from our own Correspon¬dents :

  • America, Engineering Notes from, 24, 74, 173, 195, 222, 246, 323, 470, 496, 522
  • America, Notes from, 48, 98, 174, 198, 224, 248, 372, 396, 420, 446, 499, 624, 548, 594, 639
  • Australia, Notes from, 27, 74, 174, 300, 325, 447, 592, 638
  • England, North of, 25, 49, 75, 99, 125, 151, 175, 199, 223, 247, 301, 324, 345, 371, 397, 420, 445, 471, 497, 523, 649, 571, 593, 617, 637
  • Germany, 26, 50, 76, 100, 126, 152, 176, 200,
  • 224, 248, 302, 325, 346, 372, 398, 420, 446,
  • 472, 498, 524, 550, 572, 594, 618, 638
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birming¬ham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 24, 48, 75, 99, 124, 150, 175, 199, 222, 247, 300, 323, 345, 370, 396, 419, 444, 470, 496, 522, 648, 571, 593, 617
  • Lancashire, 25. 48, 75, 99, 121, 150, 175, 199,
  • 247, 270, 3C0, 323, 345, 370, 397. 419, 444, 470, 496, 523, 548, 571, 593, 617, 637
  • Newport Harbour Commissioners’ Week'y Trade Reports, 50, 76, 100, 126, 152, 176, 200, 224, 248, 302, 346, 372, 398, 419, 446, 472/498, 524, 550, 672, 694, 618
  • Scotland, 26, 50, 76, 100, 126, 152, 176, 2C0, 224, 248, 302, 324, 346, 372, 398, 420, 445, 472, 498, 524, 549, 572, 594, 618, 638
  • Sheffield, 25, 49, 75, 99, 125, 151, 175, 199,
  • 247, 301, 324, 345, 371, 397, 419, 444, 471, 497, 523, 549, 571, 593, 617, 637
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 26, 50, 76, 100, 126, 152, 176, 200, 223, 248, 302, 324, 346, 372, 398, 420, 445, 472, 498, 624, 550, 572, 594, 618, 638

Letters to the Editor:

  • Air Blast, Sam. Osborn and Co., 12
  • American Recklessness, Heureka, 171
  • American Workshop Methods in Steel Con¬struction, J. A.Inchboard, 120,269; Kendrick Edwards, 219
  • Armour Plates, Curved, Friedrich Krupp, 121
  • Australian Trans - Continental Railway.
  • Evacuates A. Phipson, 48
  • Automatic Couplers on American Railways, T. A. Brockelbank, 366
  • Automatic Signals, Alpha, 545 ; Norman D. Macdonald, 545 ; United States Railways. 493
  • Balancing Locomotives — see Locomotives, Balancing
  • Baldwin’s Works, The 20,000th Locomotive, 341
  • Blister, A Remarkable, F. M. Hall, 545
  • Boilers for the English Navy, J. S. V. Bickford, 635
  • Bridges, Cast Iron, Bridge, 411
  • British r. American Railways, Coalmaster,312
  • British Fire Prevention Committees, New
  • Arrangements for Business Men, Edwin O. Sachs, Ellis Marshland, 634
  • British and Foreign Train Services in 1901, H. G. Archer, 244
  • British and French Train Services in 1901, C. Rous-Marten, 270
  • British Westinghome Company’s Policy, A Lancashire Eagineer, 391
  • Cape Railway Contracts, W. Eglington, 219
  • Chance, The late Sir James, H. G. G., 148; R. B. P„ 121
  • Chimney Erection, Donald Dennes, 591; J. H., 606 ; Wm. Stanton, 391
  • Coal Consumption, On, Robert Crane, 244
  • Coal Consumption in Locomotives, John Riekie, 47
  • Cooling the Cylinders of Explosive Engines, B. E., 645
  • Copper Supply, Sources of, C. Reginald Enock,
  • Cranes, Electric and Rope, Allan Scott, 493
  • Cylinder Lubrication, Wm. Soott Taggart, 147, 195 ; Pro Stern Bros., Julius Wallach, 245
  • Cylinder Lubrication, Experiments in, J. S. V. Bickford, 46, 171 ; H. M. Wells, 46
  • Donkin, Mr. Bryan, E. Bryan Donkin, 366; R. B. P., 312
  • Education of Engineers, Anglo-Russian, 467
  • Electric Lighting in Shoreditch, Jas. B. Alliott, 46, 147
  • Electric Power Plant, Motodrive, 545 ; Geo. T. Pardoe, 569 ; O. W., 569
  • Electrical Marine Propulsion, J. W. B., 219
  • Employers’ Union, An, Don, 71
  • Engines, High-speed, Wm. Cross, 391
  • Fairlie Engines, R. Stirling, 634
  • Fireproof Structures, Edw. Atkinson, 12 ; The Non-flammable Wood and Fabrics Company, Limited, 71
  • Fire-throwing from Locomotives, Jas. Baxter, 46
  • Flash Point of Petroleum, Edw. A. Harman, 493
  • Fuel Economy, A Coal User, 467 ; John B. C. Kershaw, 441
  • Gauge, A Really Accurate One at Last, E. L. Burne, 295
  • Growing Evil, A, A Lover of Fair Play, 121
  • Harbours and Waterways in 1901, F. T. Harker, 48
  • H.M.S. Queen, Babcock and Wilcox, Limited, 270
  • High-speed Engines—see Engines, High-speed Illumination, and Principles of, A. A. Campbell Swinton, 171
  • Indicator, Evolution of the, Richard B. Prosser, 270
  • Locomotives, American, in England, A Loco¬motive Engineer, 46
  • Locomotives, Balancing, W. E. Dalby, 12
  • Locomotive Improvement, David Joy, 366
  • Locomotive Types, Norman D. Macdonald, 467 ; T. Willans, 493
  • Looking-glass Puzzle, A, Lux, 441; P. I. Lynam, 519
  • Lubrication of Cylinders, W. S. Hide, 219
  • Lubricator for Steam Motor Cars, Motor Car Man, 591
  • Luxembourg Arch, The Great, C.E., 493
  • Machine Tools, Competition in British Interest, 48
  • Machine Tools for Electric Plant Repair Shops, First-class, 48
  • Made in England, A. R., 545
  • Mathematical Teaching, Reform in, One of the 999, 270 ; Floreat Rugbeia, 270
  • Mathematics, Teaching of, A. B. Chatwood,; S. A. Hollis, 342 ; Reflex, 295
  • Minerva’s Trials, Note on H.M.S , and Second Report of Boiler Committee, Robert Mansel, 568.
  • Monolithic Sea Wall Work, Bindon B. Stoney, 312.
  • Motor Car of the Fature, John S. V. Bickford, 417; Charles A Brantsen, 417, 467 ; J. W. Hall, 390 ; F. Strickland, 441, 493
  • Naval Efficiency, A. W. Hurd, 519
  • Naval Engineers, W. Stoddart, 270
  • Navy and Inventors, The, Water Witch, 365
  • Overtime at Newton-Le-Willowe, Thos. Carley, 219
  • Palace Bridge, St. Petersburg, J. Krukow, 416
  • Patent Searches, Official, John S. V. Bickford, 493
  • Patents, Compulsory Working of, J. Wetter, 391
  • Patents and Trade Marks in Cuba, R. W. Barker, 545
  • Pneumatic Tires, Early, John Meikle, 84, (121); The Writer of the Article, 121
  • Power Plant at the Cork Exhibition, W. Reavell, 519
  • Premium Plan, F. A. Halsey, 416 Premium System, Beechwood, 341 ; Delta, 312;
  • Hubert Henry, 294, 591; C. J. L., 147 ; A Scot, 341 ; J. Tylor and Sods, Limited, 391; Wm. Campbell Wilson, 146; A Works Manager, 312
  • Problem of Flight, I. Lancaster, 440—see also Travel in Air Radiation of Surfaces, J. S. Bickford, 6C6
  • Railway Gauges—American Engineering, U.S, Railway, 342
  • Railway Goods Traffic, An Observer, 416; Alleyne Reynolds, 416
  • Railway Management, An Irresponsible Amateur, 342; Alleyne Reynolds, 342 ; Rich. Varley, 342
  • Railway Speeds, R. Sheward, 591
  • Refrigerating Machinery for J. and E. Hall, Limited, E. Hesketh, Director, 121
  • Repairing Worn-out Guns on Service, Civilian, (45), 295
  • Safety Lamps and Colliery Explosions, Jas. Ashworth, 591
  • Sanitary Angles, Gerard J. G. Jensen, 148 ; A. E. Parnacott, 171
  • Ships and Guns, W. Smee, 569
  • Shoreditch Electricity Works, Jas. B. Alliott, 46, 147, 269, 519; Jno. H. Turner, 84, 194, 365; F. L. Watson, 365
  • Speed of Motor Cars, J. S. V. Bickford, 342
  • Steam, J. S.V. Bickford, 634 ; E. A. Partridge, 569 ; Wm. Paterson, 591 ; B.T.U., 634
  • Steamboat Equipment of Warthips, G. Simpson, 12
  • Steam Motor Car, The, Chas. A. Brantsen, 47, 71
  • Steamship Propulsion, Laws of, Edgar C. Thrupp, 390
  • Steamship PropnltioD, Theory of, Robt. Manse), 291
  • Steel, English v. German, X., 634
  • Steel, Spontaneous Fracture of, J. W. B., 569;
  • Hadfield’s Steel Foundry Company, Limited, 591
  • Switchboard Failures at Bath, Ferranti Limited, 12
  • Tool Holder, Roberts Bros., 441
  • Tool Holder, A New, Thomas Noakes and Sons, 417
  • Travel in Air, B. Blies, 12, 171, 219 ; T. G. Challis, 295 ; L. D. Conoslant, 493 ; J. D. Fullerton, 417 ; Horatio Greenhough, 467 ; Alex. C. Harris, 12 ; John Henry Knight, 47 ; I. Lancaster, 84, 121, 194, 218, 390, 440; Henry Lea, 71, 147. 219, 244 ; A. PeDguin, 121 ; John Place, 47, 71 ; C. RobiD, 244; Romans, 244 ; Stephen H. Terry, 71 ; A Traveller, 244, 342
  • Tube Railways and Vibration, Cha®. Hyde Beadle, 416 ; A. Mallock, 417
  • University College London, Fund for Endow¬ment of University Education and Research, Reay, President, 391
  • Valve Gear, Bollinckx, 121
  • Valve Gear for Stern-wheel Steamers, Gordon H. Hardie, 148
  • Vibration in Tube Railways, Chas. Hyde Beadle, 366 ; Maurice F. Fitzgerald, 441 ; J. N. D. La Touche, 245; V. L., 467 ; X., 467 ; Z., 441
  • Volcanoes G. D. S., 493
  • Wagons, Large Mineral, D. Evans, 47; S. II , 47 ; J. D. Twinberrow, 12, 71; WagoD, 47
  • Warships and Mathematics, Unique, 244
  • Water tube Boiler, A Canadian, Gordon H. Hardie, 467
  • Wood Planing Machines, Tho9. N. Robinson, 171
  • LIFT, Electric Ship’s, at Henrichenburg, 6
  • Lighthouse Construction, Notes on Modern, Mr. G. Drysdale Sweetman, 421
  • Lighthouse in Heligoland, New, (13)
  • Lighthouse on Lake Ladoga, New, (314)
  • Lighting, Carious Effect Produced by, (607)
  • Liquid Fael, Experiments, (37)
  • Liquid Fuel Rivet Heating Furnace, Tate and Carlton, 286
  • Liquid Fuel for Ships, Sir F. Flannery on, 283

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  • Ethnology, American, Eighteenth Annual Re¬port of the Bureau of, to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, J. W. Powell, (279)
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  • Factories and Workshops, Law of, as Codified and Amended by the Factory and Work¬shop Act, 1801, Alf. H. Ruegg and L. Mossop, 279
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  • Gardner-Serpollet Steam Motor Car, Notes on Management of, G. H. Olliver, (339)
  • Gas Engineers’ Annual and Directory of Gas Und ei takings, 1902, Chas. W. Hastings, (169)
  • Gas Engineers’ Laboratory Hand-book, John Hornby, (413)
  • Gas and Gas Fittings, H. F. Hills, (350), 502
  • Gases, Calorimetry of Producer and Illuminat¬ing, J. F. Simmance, (413)
  • Generators of Electricity at the Paris Exhibition of 1900, C. F. Guilbert, (518)
  • Gaology, Students’ Hand-book of Stratigraphi¬cal, A. J, Jukes-Brown, (279)
  • Gewichtsberecbnnng der Eisenconstruktionen, Emil Bonsse, (548)
  • Gold Seeking in South Africa, Theo. Kassner, (565)
  • Great Britain, her Finance and Commerce, Souvenir Edition of the " Morning Post,” (615)
  • Haz3ll’s Annual for 1902, (56)
  • Health Officer’s Pocket-book, E. F. Willoughby, (413)
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  • Hindustani Self-taught, with English Phonetic Pronunciation, C. A. Thimm, (217)
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  • Institution of Mechanical Engineer’s Proceed¬ings, July, 1901, (67)
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  • Kelvin, Lord, John Munroe, (413)
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  • Labour Legislation, Labour Movements, and Labour Leaders, Geo. Howell, (279)
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  • Law and Practice relating to Patents. Trade Marks, and Designs, with Digest of Colonial and Foreign Patent Laws, David Fnlton, (169), 475
  • Law relating to Personal Injuries, F. G. Neave, (548)
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  • Lockwood's Builders’, Architects’, Contractors’, and Engineers’ Price book for 1902, Edited by F. T. W. Miller, (169)
  • Locomotive Magazine, Vol. vi., 1901, (635)
  • Locomotive Practice, Some Recent Develop¬ments in, C. J. Bowen Cooke, (475)
  • Locomotive Sparks, W. F. M. Goss, (475)
  • Logarithmic Tables of the Meatures of LoDg'h
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  • Ma-cheater Royal Exchange, 1902, Directory and Guide to the, Proprietor and Compiler: Rich. Collinscn, (476)
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  • Marine Engineering. Practical, for Marine Engineers and Students, with Aids for Appli¬cants for Marine Engineer? Licences, Wm F. Durand, 66, (67)
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  • Marine Engines, Verbal Notes and Sketches for, J. W. Sothem, (548)
  • Mathematics, Discussion on the Teaching of, at the British Association Meeting at Glas¬gow, Edited by John Perry, 32
  • Matriculation Directory, No. xxxi, January, 1902, 184
  • Mechanics of Engineering, Vol. i., Kinematics, Statics, &c., A. J. Da Bois, (169)
  • Mechanics, Science of, Dr. Ernst Mach, Trans¬lated from the German, (565)
  • Meteorological Observers, Hints to, Instruc¬tions for taking Observations, and Tables for their Reduction, with a Glossary of Meteoro¬logical Terms, Wm. Marriott, (476)
  • Metallurgy of Gold, T. Kirke Rose, (236)
  • Mine Surveying, Practical Treatise cn, Arnold Lupton (169)
  • Mine Surveying, Treatise on, Bennett H. Brough, (279)
  • Mineralogy Simplified, Henry Erni, 32
  • Mines, New South Wales, Annual Report for for the Department of, (318)
  • Mines of the Rand, The Deep Level, and their Future Development Considered from the Commercial Point of View, G. A. Danny, (279), 402
  • Mining Manual for 1902, Walter R. Skinner, (548)
  • Model Engineer and Amateur Electrician, Vol. v., 1901, (67)
  • Motor Cars and Voiturettes, Light, John H. Knight, (169)
  • Motors and Motor Driving, Alf. C. Harms- worth and others, 587
  • Municipal Affairs, Bibliography of the World’s Municipal Literature, R. C. Brooks, (413)
  • Municipal Engineering and Sanitation, M. N. Baker, (279)
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  • Naval Annual, 1902, Ed. byT. A. Brassey, (475), 532
  • Naval Efficiency, The War Readiness of the Fleet, Archibald S. Hurd, 475, (519)
  • Navigation Saus-Marine h Travers les Sièoles, La, Maurice Delpeuch, (279)
  • Original Papers, by the Late John Hopkinson, 475
  • Pacific, The Mastery of the, Archibald R. Colquhoun, (279), 349
  • Passenger and Cargo Steamers, Tugs, Yachts, Houseboats, Barges, &c., Standard Work of Reference for Prime Cost of, Rich. Smith, (476)
  • Patents for Inventions, and How to Procure Them, G. G. M. HardiDgbam, (217)
  • Pattern-making, Practical Treatise Embracing the Main Types of Engineering Construction, &c., Joseph Horner. (476)
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  • Physics, Graduated Exercises in Practical Elementary, Clement J. Leaper, (413)
  • Physics, Laboratory Manual of, for Use in High Schools, Henry Crew and R. R. Tatnall, (318)
  • Pipes and Tubes, their Construction and Jcint- iDg, P. R. Björling, (635)
  • Plane Surveying, Paul C. Nugent, (413)
  • Poudres et Explosifs, Dictionaire des Matières Explosives, Dr. J. Daniel, (350), 501
  • Power and PowerTransmission, E. W. Kerr, (169)
  • Prevention of Infection in Public Vehicles, Alfred Greenwood, (413)
  • Primary Batteries, Their Theory, Construction, and Use, W. R. Cooper, (169)
  • Pamps, Their Canstruction and Management, Philip R. Björling, (169)
  • R lilway Materials, Inspection of, G. R. Bodmer, (475)
  • Railway Transition Spiral, Arthur N. Talbot, (475)
  • Railway Year-book for 1902, Edited bv G Sekon, (318,
  • Refrigerating and Ice-making, The Pocket-book of, Edited by A. J. Wallis-Tayler, (33)
  • R ifrigeration, Cold Storage and Ice-makiDg A. J Wallis-Tayler, (548)
  • Rhodes’s Steamship Guide, Edited bv Thos. Rhodes, (475)
  • Roofs and Bridges, &c., Design of Structures, Practical Treatise on the BuildiDg of. S. Anglin, (476)
  • Roofs and Bridges, Text-book on, Part III. Bridge Design, Mansfield-Merriman and H. S. Jacoby, (476)
  • Roorkee Manual of Applied Mechanics, Tho, Lieut.-Col. Allan Cunningham and Lieut.- Col. H. C. Harrison, 278
  • Royal Agricultural Society of England, Journal of the, Vol. lxii., (169)
  • Royal Road book of Ireland, The, Harry R. G. Irglis, (635)
  • Sanitary Engineering: Practical Manual of Town Drainage and Sewage and Refuse Disposal, Francis Wood, (236) 401
  • Schiffsbauindustrie in Deutschland und im Auslande, unter Benutzung Amtlichen Materials, Herausgegeben von Tjard Schwarz nnd Dr. Ernst von Halle, (592)
  • Schitfbautechnischen Gesellschaft, Jahrbnch der, Dritter Band, 1902, (217)
  • Sea Coast: (1) Destruction ; (2)
  • Littoral Drift:
  • (3) Protection, W. H. Wheeler, (279), 565
  • Sell’s Dictionary of the World’s Press and Advertiser’s Reference Book, 1902. (318)
  • Sell’s Directory of Registered Telegraphic Addresses, 1902, (169) grapnic
  • Sewage, Modern Treatment of. H. C II Shenton,(350) ’
  • Shipping World Year-book: Desk Manual in Trade, Commerce and Navigation, Ed. by E R. Jones, (169)
  • Siberian Railway, Guide to the Great, (615)
  • Slide Rule, The, Practical Manual, Chas. N. Pick worth, (67)
  • Slide Rule Notes, Lieut.-Col. H. C. Dunlop and C. S. Jackscn, (169)
  • Smithsonian Institution, The, Compiled and Edited by Wm. Jones Rhees, (236), 349
  • Smithsonian Institution, Report of, S. P. Lang¬ley, Secretary, for the Year endirg June 30tb, (318)
  • Smoke Prevention, Practical, Wm. Nicholson, (418)
  • Society of Engineers, Amalgamated, Fifty-first Annual Report, from last Meeting, December, 1900, to the last, December, 1902, (475)
  • Society of Engineers, Transactions for 1901, and General Index, 1857 to 1901, (548)
  • Spanish, Practical, Grammar of the Spanish Language, by F, de Arteaga y Pereira, (615)
  • Specification for Architect, Surveyor, the Engineer when Specifying, No. 5,1902, (169)
  • Spectroscope, Index to the Literature of the (1887-1900), Alfred Tuckerman, (548)
  • Steam, Wm. Ripper, 184
  • Traction Electrique, Production et Distribution de l’Energie pour la, Henry Martin, 101
  • Trade Marks, Property in, Manual written without the use of Legal Phraseology on Trade Marks and their Protection, by Brewer and San, (236)
  • Trade Unionism, History of, Sydney and Beatrice Webb, (318)
  • Trades’ Waste, its Treatment and Utilisation, with Special Reference to the Prevention of Rivers Pollution, W. Naylor, (548)
  • Tramway Companies and Local Authorities, Collection of Special Provisions Contained in Private Acts of Parliament of Tramway Com¬panies and relating Particularly to the In¬terests of Local Authorities, Compiled and arranged by Frank Noel Keen, (279)
  • Trigonometry, Spherical, for the use of Colleges and Schools, I. Todhunter, (67)
  • Typographical Record and Sketch-book for Use with Transit and Stadia, Computed by Alf. Noble and Wm. T. Caegrain, (592)
  • Typography, Cours de, Lover des Plans de Surface etdes Plans de Mines, Alfred Hobets, (635)
  • Velocity Diagrams, Their Construction and Uses, Chas. W. MacCord, (67)
  • War in South Africa, Its Cause and Conduct, Smith, Elder and Co., Geo. Newnes, Limited, (169)
  • Water and its Purification, Sam Rideal, (169)
  • Well Boring for Water, Brine, and Oil, Manual of Current Practice, C. Isler, (67)
  • Willing’s Press Guide and Advertisers’ Direc¬tory and Hand-book, 1902, Jas. Willing, jun , (67)
  • Zermatt and the Matterhorn, The Valley of, A Guide, by Edw. Whymper, (635)
  • LIVERPOOL University College, Scheme for its Eitablishment as a Separate College, (113)
  • Lock Nut, Differential, Mr. A. G. Rosser, 36 Locke Steel Chain, The, (193)
  • London County Council Bricklayers, Apropos of the, (261)
  • London County Council Invite Applications for the Appointment of Manager of Works, (166)
  • London County Council as Omnibus Proprietors, Judgment of the House of Lords, (166)
  • London County Council Refuse the London 999
  • Lease for American Office Building in the Strand, (166)
  • London Subways, Electric Light and Telegraph Conduits, Mr. D. J. Ross’s Report, (511)
  • London Subway Regulations, 340 Looking-glass Puzzle, A, 441, 519
  • Lowmoor Company, Limited, Machine Tools (Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Lubrication, Cylinder, 46, 147, 171, 195, 219, 245
  • Lurry, A Steam, Simpson and Bibby, (617)

M

  • " MABON ” and Machinery, 361
  • Machine Construction, A Russian Syndicate, (166)
  • Machine Methods, Modern, Mr. H. F. L. Orontt, 79, 97, 122, 133, (142J
  • Machine Mining in the United States, Extension of, (630)
  • Machine Tools, Application of Portable, Mr, J. R. Ingham on the, 170
  • Competition in, 48
  • for Electric Plant Repair Shops, First-class, 48
  • Locomotive Shop, 567
  • for Locomotive Works, Hulse and Co., 331, 332
  • Portable Electrically - driven, Messrs. Kendall and Gent, 118, 119,120
  • Some Yorkshire (Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Special, Wm. Muir and Co., Limited, 196
  • Machine Tool, Vertioal Turning and Boring Mill, G. Wilkinson and Sons, 221
  • Machine and Tool Industry, The German, 592
  • Machinery in China, American v. English, 241
  • Machinery for New Sonth Wales, 58
  • Machinery, Rating of, 389
  • Made in England, 545
  • Madrid, High Death-rate, (37)
  • Magnetic Deolination, Regular Determinations of, The Astronomer-Royal on, (580,
  • Magnetic Iron Ore, Canada, (237)
  • Mails, Christmas and New Year Foreign, (13)
  • Manchester 'Change Unsettled by the News of the King’s Illness, (630)
  • Manganese Fields and Industry in the Tchiaturi District, (485)
  • Marble or Slate, Danish Patent Method of Imitating, (151)
  • Massey Pneumatic Power Hammer, 298
  • Mathematical Education, Reform in, 129,203,251, 275
  • Education, Reform of, Prof. John Perry, 203
  • Education, Reform of, by R. II. Smith, 251
  • Literature, Catalogue of, (185, Mathematics, Teaching of, 295
  • Mathematical Teaching, Reform in, 251, 270, 390
  • Mathematics, Warships and, 244
  • Mandalay, Sons and Field, Limited, Sapper and Reunion of Past Draughtsmen of, (214)
  • May-Oatway Fire-Detector, The, (126)
  • Measuring Low Temperatures, M. H. Pellatt’s Apparatus, (190)
  • Measuring Machine, Novel American, (261)
  • Megaphone Fitted on Two British Mail Boats, (433)
  • Melville, Rear-Admiral Geo. Wallace (with Portrait), 570
  • Metal Industry of the Ural, (166)
  • Metallography, The Nomenclature of, 493
  • Metallurgical Skill of the Chaldeans and Baby¬lonians, M. Borthelot on the, (485)
  • Metallurgy and Engineering, Relations Between, 443
  • Meteorological Records, Recently Published, (469)
  • Metric System, Adoption Suggested by American Electrical Paper, (214)
  • Meyer Liquid,Fuel,Furnace, Tbe, 283
  • Middlesbrough, Museum for, Presented by Mr. A. J. Dorman, Presentation of Natural History Collection to, by Mr. A. E. Pease, (26,
  • Miley’s Machine Tool Company, Limited, Machine Tools (Supplement, Junel3th, 1902)
  • Military Water Cart, Mr. E. Bailey-DentoD, 141
  • Milk Pumps, R. A. Lister and Co., 5C6
  • Mill, Vertical Turning and Boring, G. Wilkinson and Sons, 221
  • Milling Machine, Darling and Sellers (it, Supple¬ment, June 13(Zt, 1902)
  • Wm. Muir and Co, L'mited, 196,197
  • Circular, 317
  • Three-head Surface, G. Wilkin¬son and Sons (v., Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Mine Ventilation, Mr. F. Gerrard on, (617)
  • Mineral Production of Canada in 1901, (359)
  • Products of New South Wales, Value of, (287)
  • Resources of the United States, (409)
  • Total Output of, at the Mines of the United Kingdom, Under the Metalli¬ferous and Under the Coal Mines Acts in 1901, (537)
  • Wagons, Large, 12, 47, 71
  • Mines and Quarries in the United Kingdom, General Report on, for 1901, (537)
  • Mines and Quarries of the World, Home-office Report for 1900, (607)
  • Mining Concession Granted to Italy, by the Negus Menelik, (607)
  • Enterprise in Russia, 364
  • Industry, Peru, (607)
  • At Klondyke, Difficulties of, (409)
  • Section in the Warsaw Polytechnic, (485)
  • In the United States, Machine, (630)
  • Machinery to South Africa, British Exports of, (396)
  • Mixers for Steel Works, Cast Iron, 465
  • Modern Languages, Examinations in, 174
  • Modern Machine Methods, Mr. II. F. L. Orcutt, 79. 97, 122, 133, (142)
  • Monolithic Sea Wall Work, (184, 265), 312
  • Monster Blast Fired at Bonawe Granite Quarries, (139)
  • Montais, M. R. de, Variable Speed Gear of the Expanding Belt Pulley Type, (214)
  • Morocco, English Machinery for, (287)

Motor Vehicles:

  • Alcohol Motors, The French Government and, (287)
  • Alcohol Motors, International Trials of, (67), (287)
  • Alcohol Motors, Trials of, 501, (583)
  • Alcohol Motor Vehicles for Military and General Parposes, Priz>s Offered by the German Government for the Bast, (511,
  • Alternating Current, Mr. W. L. R. Emmett on, 24
  • American Touring Steam Car, Marquis of Salisbury’s, (433)
  • Australian Import Duty on, (13)
  • Auto-car, Hunting on an, (63)
  • Automobile Club, Tbe American, (214,
  • Automobile Club, The American Tests to ascertain Relative Distances at which Motor Cars and Horsed Vehicles can be Brought to a Standstill, (583)
  • Automobile Club, Important Trials held by, (89); New Premises, (152); Speed Trials and Hill-climbing Trials Projected, (237)
  • Automobile Club “Notes and Notices," Wants of the Motor Car Owner as set forth in the, (359)
  • Automobile Club, Number of Members, (630)
  • Automobile Club, 650 Miles Trial of Motor Cars in September, (627)
  • Automobile Club, RecentSpeed Trials Organised by, (359)
  • Automobile, Paris, Serving Mine in Poru, (261)
  • Automobilist», Lord Salisbury Converted to, (433)
  • Belgium, Number declared to the Authorities at the beginning of 1902, (113)
  • Bicycle, The Clement-Garrard, (561)
  • Bicycles Forbidden in Munich, (537)
  • Bicycle, Holden’s Petrol, 333
  • Bicycle, Lient.-Colonel Holden’s (190)
  • Bicycle (1J Horse power) Motor, Consumption of Petrol on 81 miles run, (237)
  • Car of the Future, 362, 390, 417, 441, 467, 493
  • Cars Registered in New York State, (63)
  • Cars, Speed of, 342
  • Chabocbe Steam Van, 204
  • Chicago Street Regulations Relative to, (630)
  • Competition on the Paris-Vienna Course, (583)
  • Cost and Durability of Pneumatic Tires for, M. Falconnel’s Report, (287)
  • Crowden’s Light Petrol Motor, 520
  • Crystal Palace Show, 185
  • Cycle Trials at the Crystal Palace, (359)
  • Cycles and Cars Taxed in Italy, 1901, (63)
  • Cylinder Lubrication for, 635
  • Daimler Wagons, 6-Ton, for the German Army Dashboards, High Metal for, (166)
  • Delivery Vans, Work done by, (583)
  • Exhibition, Copenhagen, (60)
  • Exhibition at Islington, 406, (454)
  • Fined at Neuilly, (4)
  • Fire Engine, Mr. C. T. Crowden’s, Severely and Successfully Tested, (630,
  • Fishing Boat, (359)
  • France, Speed Restrictions Imposed on, (139)
  • Heavy Oils for, 169
  • Holden’s Motor Bicycle, 333
  • Imports of, During the First Three Months of 190
  • Total Value of, (386)
  • Increasing Use of Motor Vehicles in France, and Consequent Diminution of Horses in Paris, (261)
  • Industrial Motor Cars in France, 203, 209
  • Industrial Motor Car Trials in France, 424, 431, 451
  • Italy, Use of, (190)
  • Japan does not Favour, (511)
  • Long Run of a 10 horse-power Carriage, (359)
  • Lorry, Martini, 205
  • Lorry, Petrol, (170), 209
  • Lorry, 16 horse-power, D. Napier and San, (433)
  • Lubricator for, (591)
  • Mail Parcels between Manchester and Liverpool to be Conveyed by, (10)
  • Mail Service between Liverpool and Manchester, (485)
  • Omnibus, London Road Car Company, (261)
  • Omnibus, Motor, The Jenatzy, (323)
  • Omnibus, Steam, Tbe First in Ireland, (214)
  • Omnibus, Steam, Oxford-circus and Hammer¬smith, Nicknamed “Twopenny Lodging- house,” (287)
  • Panhard Car, Passe-Partout, The, 454
  • Panbard Car, Projected Journey from France to Pekin, &c., (13)
  • Paris Show, 2, 30, (113)
  • Paris-Vienna Motor Car Race Speed Section, Entries for, (630)
  • Petrol, Mr. C. T. Crowden’s Light, 620
  • Petrol Motor Bicycle, 333
  • Petroleum, Experimental Trials in the Direc¬tion of Suppressing the Exhaust of, (23)
  • Peugeot Postal Wagon, 204
  • Picric Acid Mixed with Petrol for, in France, (287)
  • Pneumatic Tires for Motor Cars, Trial of, (583)
  • Prize Offered by the German Emperor for the Best Motor Car for Agricultural Purposes, (63)
  • Prizes Offered by the German Government for the Best Draught Wagon with Alcohol Motor, (511)
  • Round the World in a Motor Car, 454
  • Runaway Motor Car in Oxford-street, (63)
  • Service between Folkestone, Hythe, and Shorncliffe, (13)
  • Service between West London and Windsor and Kingston, (386)
  • Service of, for Transport of Goods between Manchester, Liverpool, and Blackburn, (13)
  • Solid Rubber and Air-inflated Tires tor, Re¬commended, (214)
  • Speed of Motor Cars, 290
  • Steam Motor Car, 47, 71
  • Steam Motor Dust Wagon for WeEiogborougb, (13)
  • St sam Motor Lorry, Log of T. Conlthard and Co.’s 5-Ton, (261)
  • Steam’s Compound Steam Engine for Light Cars, (214)
  • Taxation of, in Belgium, (85)
  • Tire for, (190)
  • Two-days’ Race under the French Govern¬ment's Sanction, (511)
  • Vehicles for the Army, and Training of Drivers at Woolwich, (583)
  • Vienna Firm’s, with New Transmission System, (287)
  • Wagons, Petrol, (170)
  • War Car, Self-propelled, Mr. F. R. Simms, 368
  • War-office Motor Wagon Trials, 11, 44
  • Weight of, The Inland Revenue Authorities and Understatement of, (166)
  • MOULDING Machine, A New American, 635
  • Mndbole Doors, 514 Municipal Trading Methods, 305
  • Municipal Works Projscted for 1902, (214)

N

  • NAPHTHA Statistics in the Baku Districts, (409)
  • National Physical Laboratory, The, 290
  • Naval Efficiency, 519
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 22, 36,77,138,176, 193, 246, 308, 331, 353, 417, 447, 473, 493, 510, 650, 560, 576, 635
  • Navigation Congress, 530
  • Navigation Congress at Düsseldorf, International, (459)
  • Navvy for Avonmouth Dock, Ruston and Proctor’s Steam, 212 ; Silver Medal Presented to Prince of Wales, (237)
  • Navy and Inventors, The, (311), (318), 365
  • Nesbitt, Sargeant, Eotertained by the Staff of Yarrow and Co , Limited, (214)
  • Nevin, Mr. W. G., (164)
  • Nice, Population of, (511)
  • Nickel Mines, Chief, (607,
  • Nobel Prizes, 1902 Competition, (13)
  • Nobol, Property Left by, (459)
  • Northern Seaport, One Hundred Years Ago in a, by Mr. G. H. Haswell, (40,
  • Northwich, Subsidences at, (113)
  • Nut-turning Machine, G. Wilkinson and Son (v.,Supplement, June \3th, 1902)

O

Obituary:

  • OBTAINING Money on False Pretences, Men Charged at Manchester (or. (386)
  • O’Connor, Mr. C. Y., (261), 383
  • Office Building, A Tall, New York, 635
  • Oil Discovery, Western Australia, (447)
  • Oil Fuel Trials at Portsmouth, Expenditure Approved by the Admiralty, (561)
  • Oil Industry should Prove a Profitable Industry for Queensland, (63)
  • Oil, Manchurian Hemp, Consignment of, to Russia, (583)
  • Oil, Mineral, Western Australia, (409)
  • Oils for Motor Purposes, Heavy, 169
  • Oil-producing Wells in Baku District, (459)
  • Oil, Russian, (464)
  • Oil Springs on the White Saa, Newly-discovered,
  • onga , Baku, Production of a Russian, (511)
  • Oilcake from Sunflower Seeds, A Russian In¬dustry, (607,
  • Opium and Camphor Receipts of S. Formosa, 1901, (583)
  • Orcutt, Mr. H. F. L., Oa Modern Machine Methods, 79, 97, 122, 133, (142)

Ordnance:

  • Barbette of H.M.S. Prince George Class, In¬terior of, 379
  • Cost of, Manufactured in the Watervliet Arsenal, United States, (433)
  • Elswick Naval Mounting in Hooded Barbette, 12in. ,378
  • Factories in 1900-1, Total Cost of the Work Performed at the, (359)
  • Guns at Barton’s Puiat Battery, Sheerness, (U3)
  • Gud, British Quick-firing, Trial of, in Spain, (343,
  • Guns, The 80-Tod, Dover Pier Turret, to be Removed, (607,
  • Gon, Electro magnetic, Prof. Birkeland’s, (166, Gun, The New Quick-fire 16-Pounder Field, 480, 481
  • Gun, New Quick firing Field, Designed by Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Limited, Im¬portant Trials at Eynsford, (630)
  • Gun Shields, Bethlehem Steel Company’s New, (166)
  • Gud, Test of 18iD. GathmanD, 58, 64
  • Gun, Teat of a New Dynamite, United States, (89)
  • Japanese Naval, (314)
  • Loading System, M. Guye’s, Fitted to the Turret Guns of the Valmy, (261)
  • Maxims for the Infantry Volunteers, (409)
  • Persian, (314)
  • Repairing Worn-out Gans on Service, Col. R. Bannatine Allason, 45, (295)
  • Rifle Bullets into Sand and Loam, Penetration of, Annual Report of the United States Chief of Ordnance, (237)
  • Spanish Warships, (314)
  • OZONE for Water Sterilisation, 68

P

  • PACIFIC Cable, The, 334
  • Paint containing Barytes moro enduring than Red Lead, (139)
  • Paint made with Red Lead not a good Protective for Iron and Steel, (166)
  • Paint made in tho United States, (166)
  • Panama, the Preferment of, 631
  • Parcel Mails, Mount Pleasant Post DepOt, (32)
  • Paris Sewage Farms, The, 610
  • Parnaby, Mr. Christopher, (214), (223)
  • Patents, Applications for, 1901, (583)
  • Patent Bill, The New. 196
  • Patents Filed in the United States for Autocars, (139)
  • Patent, First American, (560)
  • Patents for Ice Machines, United States, (614)
  • Patent Law Amendment, 192
  • Patent Law, French, Alterations made in, (459)
  • Patent-office, Southampton Buildings, The New, 38
  • Patents Sealed in 1888, and Number Maintained, (592)
  • Patent Searchee, Official, 461, 493
  • Patents, Selected American:
  • Anti-hunting Device, A. D. Lunt, 626
  • Armature Core for E'.ectrioal Michinei, G. Koppelmann, 274
  • Boiler, J. A. Arrasmitb, 674
  • E. V. Keuren, 674
  • J. P. Sneldon, 620
  • Furnaceor Flue, Corrugated, J. Nolder, 640
  • locomotive, J. J. Regan, 640
  • Tube, L. Gerpollett, 154
  • Water-tube, It. Schulz 674
  • Water-tube, R. J. Van Liew, 552
  • Bolt Anchor, J. H. Cook, 620
  • Breech Mechanism, Meias and Hammar, 78
  • Car Tracks, Centre Plate for, J. C. Barber, 474
  • Carburetter for Explosive Engines, F. Le Blon, 448
  • Carburetting Device for Explosive Engines, It. and W. T. Aldrich, 250 ’
  • Cart Shovel and Scraper, A. Gehringer, 128
  • Centering Drills, Tool for, L. Williams, 620
  • Coal-handling Device, S. B. Peck. 400
  • Cook, Automatic Cylinder, C. L. Torrey, 552
  • Coke Ovens, S. T. and C. H. Wellman, 202
  • Compressed Air, Supplying, W. M. Farrar, 78
  • Compressing Gases, W. T. Sugg, 474
  • Condensing Apparatus, P. Nézeraux, 128
  • Cutter Bar and Expanding Cutter, B. Barker and B. J. Spink, 526
  • Cutter-head for Hydraulic Dredges, W. J. Bradley. 178
  • Cylinder Cock, Automatic, C. L. Torrey, 552
  • Die for Making Screw Threads on Tubes, W. E. Sullivan, 526
  • Drill Grinder, H. P. White, 422
  • Driving Gear for Motor Vehicles, II. W. Lupton, 596
  • Dynamo-electric Machine, A. Churchward, 574
  • Electro - magnetic Motor or Reciprocating Engine, R D. Mershon, 78
  • Engine, Discoidal, F. W. Jaeger, 304
  • Explosive, J. Valentynowicz, 323
  • Explosive, Valve Gear for, E. D. Deboutteville, 348
  • Frame, J. A. Sscor, 640
  • Multiple Cylinder Explosive, A. F. Bardwell, 78
  • Rotary, Major I. Robinson, 326
  • Excavating Tooth for Power Shovels, F. J. Thomas, 374
  • Excavator, G. W. King, 301
  • Feed Regulator for Boilors, W. H. Edmondson, 620
  • Feed-water Heater and Purifier, E. R. Stilwell, 178
  • Field Gan Carriage, G. S. Clarke, 474
  • Firing Mechanism for Breech-loading GuD9, A. Noble, 526
  • Gauges, Accurate, O. Eckelt, 610
  • Granulated Cast Iron Making, C. C. G. R, Bachmann, 500
  • Grinding and Polishing Wheel, D. B. Hyde, 326
  • Gnn Sighting Apparatos, E. W. Lloyd, 500
  • Hammer, Pneumatic, J. Béohu, 301
  • Key-seat Cutter, J. N. Lapointe, 448
  • Locomotive, Steam, S. Otis, 3C1
  • Magnetic Holding Table for Metal-working Machines, M. Barr, 552
  • Metallic Fastener for Joints, G. II. Rhynedance, 652
  • Micrometer, F. II. Pierpoint, 28
  • Mitre Catting Machine, P. Drinkaus, 500
  • Motive Fluid-operated Tool, Vaughan and Johnson, 422
  • Mowing Machine and Hay Rake Combined, S. K. Dennis, 374
  • Open-hearth Steel Furnace, S. T. and C. H. Wellman, 226
  • Packing for Cold Vapour Machines, E. Josse, 500
  • Pelton Wheel, C. F. Du Bois, 250
  • Percussion Firing Gear for Breech-loading
  • Ordnance, Dawson and Buckham, 78
  • Projectiles, E. Gathman, 154
  • Pulley. SeR-rontained Speed Varying, F. W. Spacke, 102
  • Pumping, G. A. Krii'an, 154
  • Pumping Engine, Non-rotative L. d’Auria, 613
  • Reciprocating Saws, Apparatus for, J. Evtred, 28
  • Reducing Wheels for Steam Engine Indicators, H. W. Yeomans, 226
  • Riveting Machine, Messrs. Carney and Gorton, 178
  • Riveting Machine, Sellers and Lewis, 474
  • Roller, Steam Road, C. H. Heisler, 620
  • Rolling Mill, J. Fawell, 422
  • Rolling Mill, J. Stevenson, 620
  • Rolling Mill Guide, S. M. Guss, 448
  • Rolling Mill Universal, P. M. Weber, 374
  • Rotary Cutter, Chorlton and Wentworth, 28
  • Rotary Kiln, A. T. Mafarlane, 422
  • Separating Oil from Exhaust Steam, H. Web¬ster, 526
  • Signalling, R. F. Foster, 78
  • Slotting Machine, T. M. Tripp, P. I. and H. D. Jacobson, 274
  • Stay for Fire-boxes in Locomotive, Marine, or other Boilers, F. W. Stroudley, 500
  • Steam Generator, Hornsby, Robortsand James, 78, 640
  • Stopper fur Ladles, J. II. AUendorfer, 418
  • Submarine B jat, J. P. Holland, 301
  • Submarine Vessel, J. P. Holland, 102
  • Syphon Condensing Ejsctor, W. D. Labadie, 640
  • Threshing Machine, J. Lindner, 62)
  • Tool-holding Device, M. Dunn, 474
  • Tube-expanding Apparatus, F. G. Hampson, 274
  • Trueing up Wheels of Tram or Like Cars, Cutler and King, 301
  • Tube Welding, W. S. Gorton, 154
  • Valve, Mr. F. Gutermutb, 28
  • Valve Gear for Explosive Engines, E. D. Deboutteville, 343
  • Valve Gearing, A. H. Schmidt, 500
  • Valve PistoD, J. C. Siyder, 596
  • Valve and Valve Gear for Blowing Engines, E. Reynolds, 526
  • Valve for Water-gauges, W. H. and A. J. Bailey, 202
  • Variable Speed Device, I. H. Spencer, 274
  • Water of Condensation, Removing, P. J. Harleman, 28
  • Water-gauge for Horseless Carriages, J. C. Blevney, 596
  • Water-wheel, W. A. Doble, 400
  • Water-wheel, Impact, F. B. Cook, 318
  • PATENTS and Trade Marks in Cuba, 515
  • Patents and Trade Marks in Spain, Liw for the
  • Protection of, (607)
  • Paving, Bituminous, Macadam, 268
  • Peace with Honour, 563
  • Peat Fuel Works, Stangfiorden, Norway, 633
  • Peat Industry in Sweden, Bill to Encourage
  • Number of Works in, (459), (473)
  • Perpetual MotioD, Tbe Latest Invention of, (386)
  • Peru, Mining and India-rubber and Alcohol,
  • Industries of, (607), 611 Petroleum, Flash Point of, 493
  • Petroleum, Kerosene Yielded by Groziy, (561) Petroleum Industry in Greece, English Company
  • Formed to Develop, (537)
  • Petroleum, Japan, (231)
  • Petroleum Oatpat, Burma, (214)
  • Petroleum for Water, Substitution of, in Washing Stamped Quartz, (37)
  • Photo-Electric School, Havre, A Military, (89)
  • Physical Laboratory, Bushey House, (89)
  • Pier Chiefly of Steel, at Bahia Blanca, (561)
  • Pier, Great Yarmouth, New, 628
  • Pinder’8 Fog Signalling Apparatus, 566
  • Pipe Flanges and FlaDged Fittings, Standardisa¬tion of. Mr. R. E. Atkinson, on, 405
  • Piraeus, Works at the, (459)
  • Piston Ring, Lockwood and Carlisle, 98
  • Planer, Double Table, J. Buckton and Co., Limited (x., Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Planer, Vertical and Horizontal, Open-side, J. Back ton and Co., Limited (ix., Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Planiog and Fluting Machine, Rushworth and Co. (xii., Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Planing Machines of the Two-bell Type, Cunliffe and Croom, Limited, (471)
  • Plate Springs, 157
  • Plumbago in Ceylon, Rise in the Price of, (433)
  • Plummer. Mr. Benjamin, (572)
  • Plywel Horse Gear. (163)
  • Pneumatic Parcel Delivery System, Boston, (74)
  • Pneumatic Tires, Early, 68, 81,121
  • Poland, Dairy Work in, (583)
  • Poland, Failure of Crops, and Decrease in Demand for Agricultural Machinery, (583)
  • Portland Cement, German Official Standards for, (166)
  • Portland, Maine, U S.A., Population of, (335)
  • Portugal, Much for Foreigners to do in, (335)
  • Postal Authorities with reference to the Brindisi Mails, (63)
  • Post-office Staff, Number Employed in the London District, and Supernumeraries taken on at Christmas, (13)
  • Postal Service over tho Trans-Siberian, Russian, (359)
  • Potentiometer, II mover Technical High School, (1.13> o
  • Precious Stones from United States Sources, (511)
  • Premium System, The, 82, 105, 146 147, 162, 231, 280, 294, 312, 328, 311, 377, 391, 416, 455, 591
  • Preservation of Bridge Structures from White Ants, (409)
  • Press for Copper-banding Shells, 10
  • Prizo " to be Flown for,” Offered by Newspaper
  • Proprietor, (261)
  • Problem of Flight—sec Travel in Air Projectiles, Capped Armour-piercing, 624 Protection of Lift Shafts, and Safety Devices in Connection with Lift Doors and Controlling Gear, Mr. H. C. Walker on, 308, 354
  • Protection of the Public from Falling Telephone and Telegraph Wires, Experiments at New¬castle, (409)
  • Provisional Orders, Session 1902, 428
  • Pulley Block, Electrically-driven. 297
  • Pulley, Expanding Belt, M. de Montais’ Variable Speed Gear, (214)
  • Pulley, Wood Split, R. Stevenson and Brother, Limited, (523)
  • Pumping Plant, Centrifugal, for Birkenhead Docks, W. H. Allen. Son and Co. (Supplement, January 10th, 1902), 34
  • Pumping Plant, Fire Float, 341
  • Pumping Plant, Large Electrical, 170
  • Pumps, Air and Circulating, for a Jet Condenser, Messrs. Storey and Sons, Limited, (471)
  • Pumps, High-speed Centrifugal Fans and, 230, 240, 252, 255
  • Pumps, Milk, 566
  • Punching Machine, De Bergne and Co., Limited, „ (44‘)
  • Punching Machine, Multiple, Rushworth and Co. (xii., Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Purves, Mr. James, (237)

Q

  • QUARTZ as an Industrial Materia,, 264
  • Queensland Favourable to the Oil Industry, (63)

R

  • RACK-CUTTING Machine, Wm. Muir and Co., Limited, 196
  • Rack-cutting Machines, G. Wilkinson and Sons (v., Supplement, June 13th, 1902)
  • Radiation of Surfaces, 606

Railway Accidents:

  • Bine-book Returns of, during the Nine Months ending September 30 tb, 1901, (214)
  • Board of Trade Returns, 1901, (537)
  • Bradford Station, (409)
  • Bursting of a Brake Pipe, Eastbourne Express to London, (359)
  • Canadian Pacific, (302)
  • Central London, (359)
  • DiDgle Station Fire, Liverpool Overhead, 316, 319
  • English Railway Companies Objections to Board of Trade’s Draft Rules unaor tbe Railway Enployment (Prevention of Acoidanb) Act, 1900, (511)
  • Explosion of Oil Tank Cars at Sheridan, Pitts¬burg, U.S.A., (485)
  • Floods oi the New York Central, The Empire State Express in the, (409)
  • Great Eastern, Hackney Downs Station, (433)
  • Hackney Downs, (630)
  • Kilmarnock Station, (511)
  • Liverpool Overhead, Fire at Dingle Station,
  • Landon and North-Western, Breaking of a Coupling-rod. 166
  • London and North-Western, Collision near Edgehill Station, (190)
  • London and North-Western, Sutton Coldfield. (386)
  • Midland, between Derby and Manchester, (63) Midland, at Cbinley, (409)
  • New York, 67
  • Naw York Central Railroad, Park Avenne Tunnel, 143, 166
  • Prevention of, Draft Rules Prepared by the Board of Trade, (511)
  • Railway Servants Killed and Injured, 1901, in the United Kingdom, Total Number of Perseus Killed and Injured in 19)1, (511)
  • Rochester Bridge Station Destroyed by Fire, (214)
  • Russia, 10, (37)
  • Tad Vale, Landslip, (63)
  • United Kingdom, Six M ontbs Ending June 30tb, (37)
  • United States in January, February, l£02, March. April, (287), (359), (511), (583)
  • United States iu 1900, (386)
  • United States, November, (37)

Railways, British, Colonial, and Indian :

  • African, Gwelo toSelukwe, (561)
  • African, South, Ladybrandto Sanna9 Post, (409)
  • African, West, Mr. F. Shelford’s Address on, 358
  • Australian, (74), (174), (287), (339), (359)
  • Government, West, Official Report, (335)
  • Net Revenue for 1901, (27)
  • Trans-Continental, 48, 423
  • West, Traffic and Receipts, (113)
  • Beira and Buluwayo Extension, Defective Management, (537)
  • Borneo, British North, (317), (359), 534, 538
  • British v. American, 342
  • Burma, (630)
  • Caledonian, Half-yearly Report, (261)
  • Caledonian, 30-Ton Amorican Wagons for, (139), (166)
  • Cambrian, Annual Report, (190)
  • Canadian Grand Trunk, Donbling of its Lines, (630)
  • Northern, Extension and Passing of
  • Charter, (359), (386)
  • Northern, Winnipeg to Lake Superior, Open, (37)
  • Pacific, Annual Order for Rolling Stock, (335)
  • Pacific, Extension across Maine, Im¬provements Contemplated, (13), (U3)
  • Projected Railway and Bridge across the St, Lawrence, from Montreal, (63)
  • Cape to Cairo, 382
  • Cape Government, Earnings of, 346
  • Cardiff, New Chief Engineer of, (229)
  • Central London, Past Half-year’s Working, (89), (459)
  • District Riilway, Opposition to New Electric Railway Schemes, (13)
  • Durham Coast Line, The New, 138
  • Great Central, Half-yearly Report, (190); Im¬portant Changes, 510
  • Train Connection with the North- Eastern to be Improved, (607)
  • Great Eastern, New Lines in Project, 89 ; In¬creased Mineral Traffic, (89) ; Report for Past Half-year, (89)
  • New Station at Newmarket, (335)
  • Great Northern, Extensions in South Yorkshire, (89)
  • Lias in Fish Traffic. owing to Grimsby Strike, (190)
  • Resignation of Mr. J. Alexander, (511)
  • and City, Undertaking Given to the Bank of England Authorities, (485)
  • Great Western Bill, (113)
  • The London Ead of the New Lines, 382
  • New Train from Penzance, (485)
  • Payment of Rates by the Com¬pany in One Parish, (237)
  • Report for the Past Half-year, (166)
  • R >ath Bridge (Supplement, February ^Slh, 1902), 94, 96, (124), 2Ó7, 210
  • Service Alterations for May, (433)
  • Services for Jnly, (630)
  • Indian, East, Tbe Baran-Daltoganj Coal Branch of, (583)
  • Experimental Quick Mail Train from Rangoon, (485)
  • Madras-Calicut Az.ikhal Extension, (583)
  • Mdeage in Course of Construction, iu the Hands of the State, and in those of Companies, (630)
  • Now Mileage, 614
  • Opposition to Corridor Carriages, (335)
  • Singapore - Johore to be Made a Metre Gauge Line, (63)
  • Wardah Valley Line Extension, (583)
  • Lancashire, Derbyshire, and East Coast, Half-yearly Report, (314)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire (Steam Ve33eL) Bill Passed. (607)
  • London, Chatham, and Dover Accounts for Past Half-year, (89)
  • London and North-Western, Acceleration of Services and other Improvements, (537)
  • London and North-Western, Accelerated Ser¬vice between Manchester and London and Liverpool and London, (409)
  • London and North-Western, Decreased Expenditure in Locomotive Power, (261)
  • London and North-Western, Extensions. (300)
  • London and North - Western, Half-yearly Report, (190)
  • London and North-Western, Project for Dock at Garston, (139)
  • London and North-Western, Project for En¬larging their Works at Crewe, (139)
  • London and North-Western, Widening the Euston Incline, 482
  • London and South-Western. Automatic Block Signalling, 536
  • London and South-Western, Grately to Ames¬bury Line Opened, (561), (607)
  • London and South - Western, Local Traffic Reduced by the Tramway Traffic, (630)
  • London and South-Western, Mr. Holmes’ Successor, Mr. G. F. West, Appointed, (13)
  • London and South-Western, Opening of the Bcdmin to Wenford Mineral Line for Passenger Traffic Urged, (314)
  • London and South-Western, Report for the Past Half-year, (166)
  • London and South - Western, Third - class Quarterly Season Tickets, Extension of Area, (335)
  • London and South-Western and Great Western Summer Services to Guernsey and Jersey (537)
  • London and South-Western and London and Brighton, Lambeth Borough Council’s Com¬munications respecting tbe Ordinary Service during Race Meetings, (261)
  • London Underground, 586
  • London, Whitechapel and Bow, (314), 559
  • Manchester City Circle Bill, (13)
  • Metropolitan, 115, 291
  • District, Increased Facilities Offered, (557)
  • District Railway Company, Mr.
  • Perke’s Statement to the Share¬holders. (13)
  • and Mr. Yerkes, 363 Question of Electric Current for, (139)
  • Midland, Accelerated Service, London and Manchester, (583)
  • Appointmentof Mr. Done las Vickers, (409)
  • Eitimated Expenditure on New Works, (237)
  • Extensions, (300)
  • Criodleford to Ilassop, Projected, % (607)
  • New Line from New Mills to Cheadle Heath, (465)
  • Report for the Past Half-year. (166); Bill, (190)
  • Train Mileage for Past Half-year, (190)
  • New Zealand, (74)
  • North-Eastero, Alterations in the Staff, (174)
  • Erecting and Repairing Work of Carriage and Wagon Departments to be more Centralised at York and Shildon, (485)
  • Important Changes Contem¬plated. (13)
  • Larger Wagons for, (26), (49)
  • Installation of the “ Hal
  • Electric Automatic Track- circuit System on, (13)
  • Liquid Fuel to be used in their Locomotives, (617)
  • New Durham Coast Line, 138
  • New Railway Chairs, Patented by Mr. W. Walker, (109)
  • Reorganisation of Staff of Managers, and their Duties, (100)
  • Widening of Line between Hull and Saddlethorpe, (459)
  • Widening Operations, (63), 546
  • Nottingham and Retford, (174)
  • South-Eastern, Financial Report, (113)
  • South-Eastern, Sleeping Service on. (89)
  • South-Eastern and Chatham, Coal Elevators at Slade Green, 503
  • South-Eastern and Chatham, New Line to Bexhill Opened, (561)
  • South-Eastern and Chatham and North o’ France, Changes in Through Services to and from Paris, (561)
  • South-Eastern and London, Chatham, and Dover, Half-year’s Recoipts, (139)
  • South Yorkshire Extensions, 207
  • Taff Vale Dividend, (139)
  • Tasmania, Inquiry into the Brake Equipment and Rolling Stock, (433)
  • Teign Valley Line to Exeter, (287)
  • Tube, The County Conhcil and, 4l'5 Uganda, (359), (409)
  • Upnor Service Extension, near Chatham, (113)
  • Wales, Blaina Ail ial, 248
  • Whitechapel and Bow Extension, (314), 559
  • Wigtownshire, Millisle to Garliestown, likely to be Abandoned, (386)
  • Yorkshire, South, New Lines Projected, 9

Railways, Electric:

  • Baker-street and Waterloo, Progress of, (261)
  • Baswell and Bakewell, Light, (261)
  • Berlin, Underground, (166), (237)
  • Brighton, Cost of, 45, (63)
  • Central London, Stoppage on, 241 ; Traffic, (63); Wisdom of Maintaining an Open Invert Shown, (261)
  • Chicago, Investigated by Mr. Ellicott, (214)
  • City and Surrey, City Terminus Acquired in King William-street, (607)
  • Italian, Adriatica, and the Mediterranean, Electric Equipment of some of their Lines, (435)
  • Italy, Lombardy, (359)
  • Liverpool Overhead, Abstract of Report on the Accident on tbe, 316, 319
  • Liverpool Overhead, Competition of the Electric Tramway System felt by, (139); Official Inspection of Dingle Station, (120); New Ejuipment of, 281
  • Manchester and Liverpool, (76)
  • Metropolitan District S.heme, (419), (159)
  • Metropolitan, The Company Proposes to
  • Generate its own Electrical Eaergy at Neasden, (113), (139), (419); Machinery for Electric Working of, 291
  • Mono-rail System, Line on the, Edinburgh and Glasgow, (139)
  • New York Elevated, Electrification of, (299), (409)
  • New York Underground Rapid Transit, (214)
  • Nottingham to Retford, 632
  • Paris Metropolitan, (287)
  • Paris Underground, (222)
  • Queensland, (89)
  • Rome and Naplep, The American Westing- house C°mPany’8 Pf°j)(ited Undertaking,
  • Swinburne, Mr J.. on the Electric Problem of Railways, 547, 614
  • Tokyo, (63)
  • Tube, 41, 192, 198. 245, 257, 866, 375, 405, 413. 441, 481, (185), 502, (511), 533, 560, (583), 586
  • Underground between Finsbury Park and Brompton, (190)
  • Underground, London, 388, 413, 437, 458, 484, 502, 533, 560, (583), 586
  • United States, Brooklyn Rapid Transit Com¬pany, Experiments with a View to Adopting a Storage Battery System, (459)
  • United State®, Rcchester acd Syracuse, (166)
  • Railways, Foreign:
  • Africa, German Eist, Proposed Central Tanga- Korogwe Line, (607), (630)
  • Morocco, (261)
  • Africa, Sonth-east (Portuguese), Narrow- gauge, round the Keprabaesa Rapids on the Zambesi, (583)
  • American, Buenos Ayres and Valparaiso, (261)
  • Coal-carrying, Combination of, (37)
  • Construction, 363
  • see also United States, (69)
  • Argentine, (459)
  • Mileage in 1898, (433)
  • North-east, Report for 1901, (630)
  • Bivarian, American Locomotives for, (561)
  • Chinese, (459), (630)
  • Eastern, RegularService Projected with Russia, (561)
  • Kief! Students Sent to Manchuria to Work on. (409)
  • Korean, Seoul to Chinese Frontier, (630)
  • Korean, Seoul to Gensan, Concession to Construct Refused to the German Syndicate, (511)
  • Korean, Seoul to Jiju, (276)
  • Manchurian, Increased Traffic, (314)
  • Manchuria, Russian Activity with
  • Regard to Railway Construction in, (551)
  • Manchurian, Travellers Must have a Russian Permit. (139)
  • South Formosa, (583)
  • Congo Free State, (37)
  • Danish State, Report for 1900-1, (261)
  • Egyptian, Coal-handling Plant, Alexandria, (433)
  • Ismailia and Port Said, (166)
  • Port Said and Cairo, (237)
  • Finland, New Lines Projected, (359)
  • French, Dieppe and Newbaven Service, Fre¬quent Delays, Complaints of the London, Brighton, and South Coast, (537)
  • Eastern, Doubling of Lines. (13); Gorman Locomotives for, (89)
  • Increased Passenger Traffic in 1900 Owing to the Paris Exhibition, (89)
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean, Water Troughs on. (314)
  • Narrow-gauge Railways, Saone-et- Loire, (459)
  • New Developments in, 229
  • Accelerations on the, Cbas. Rous- Marten, 553, 579
  • Audible Signalling System, (433)
  • Dividend for 1901, (386)
  • Said to be Building Express Engine of the Atlantic Type, (433)
  • Fast Runs on, (214)
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean, Acetylene for Lighting, 215
  • Paris Metropolitan, (37)
  • Paris and Orleans, Quick Service, (113)
  • Somaliland, Jibutil - Harrar Lice Opened, (13)
  • Western of, Retaining Seats on, (63)
  • German, Doubling of Lines in Alsace-Lorraine, (13)
  • Erst Africa, Proposed Central, (607)
  • Munich to Berlin Service, (537)
  • Gold Coast, Line to Tarkwa Mines Re-opened, (139)
  • G-and Trunk, Mr. F. H. McGuigan Appointed Manager of the System, (314)
  • Greece, Morea, (409)
  • Hungarian, (139)
  • I’.alian, Adriatica, Electric Equipment of some of its Lines, (485)
  • The Adriatica and the Mediterranean Systems, (485)
  • Approach Lines to the Simplon Tunnel, (63)
  • Mediterranean, Electric Ejuipment of some of its Line®, (485)
  • Need for a more Direct Line between Naples and Rome, (214)
  • Japan, New Lines, (386)
  • Jibutil-Harrar, Interest on the Company’s Capital Guaranteed by French Government, (166)
  • Mexican, (314)
  • Central, Line across the Sierra Madras to the Pacific Coast, (63)
  • New Short Line across the Continent Completed. (139)
  • Nicaragua, New Lines Projected, (314)
  • Norwegian, Narvik to the Russian Frontier, (459)
  • Narvik to the Swedish Frontier, (335)
  • Oriental and Anatolian Companies, Negotia¬tions between, to Combine a System of Through Traffic, (485)
  • Pacific, Southern, Oil Fuel throughout its System, (433)
  • Its Railway in Great Sal: Lake District, (485)
  • Prussia, Western, Walk and Marienburg, (386)
  • Russian, Alexandropol and Erivan, Traffic Opened. (13), (386)
  • Angara River to the River Vitim, Projected Line from the, (314)
  • and Chinese, through Train Services, (561)
  • Men Employed and Average Pay in 1898 on, (166)
  • Nicholas Railway Jubilee, (13)
  • Probable ChaDge in Railway Rates, (433)
  • Rirsia in As:a, Line from Alaska into the Copper River District to bo Built by an English Syndicate, (63)
  • Russian, Siberian, Lake Baikal “Ring” Rail¬way, (261), 568
  • Notice to Passengers, Posted at Irkutsk, (214)
  • Siberian, Traffic Report, (139)
  • Siberian Line, Facilities provided for the Butter Producers, (433)
  • Trans-Caucasus, from Erii.anto Per¬sian Frontier, (620)
  • Trans-CaucasiaD, Pipe Line from fiatnum to Mihailova, Cars rer Diem (485)
  • Trans-SiberiaD, Postal Service over tb«, (35P)
  • Servian, French Syndicate formed to Complete, (359)
  • South Shore, Extension from Lorei to the Chaudióre, (433)
  • Spain, Andalusian, Now Station at Cadiz, (511)
  • Spain, Tauri Pyrhn and Caravancbe Line, (433)
  • Swedish, Canadian Coal instead of British for, (139)
  • Swedish, Gellivara, (470)
  • Swedish, Niemisol-Kalix Line to the Finnish Frontier, (459)
  • Sweden, Peat Fuel on the Vislanda-Bolmen Line, (113)
  • Swedish, Private Lines, (459)
  • Swedish, Zone System of Fares Adopted, (13)
  • Swiss, Gotbard, Receipts of, (113)
  • Negotiations for the Acquisition by the State of Throe of the Five Companies, (630)
  • Thusis and St, Moritz, Albula Tunnel, 429
  • Trans-Manchurian Lines, (13)
  • Turkey in Asia, Anatolian, (630)
  • Bagdad, (89), 515, (630)
  • Damascus-Mecca Line, Progress of, (214)
  • Mecca Line, (13)
  • United States, Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fé, Expenditure of New Capital, (37)
  • Chesipeake and Ohio, Spark Arresters, 246
  • Chicago and North-Western, (409)
  • First Charter for the Building of a Railway, (433)
  • and Manganillo on the Pacific Coast of Mexico, (63)
  • Mileage Built 1900, 1901, (63)
  • Missouri, Kansas and Texas, Oil Mixed with Coal for Fuel, Tried od, (630)
  • Mr. John Gates’ Group of Rail¬roads Sold to the Morgan Hill Interests, (166)
  • New York Central, (113)
  • New York, Rapid Transit, (511)
  • Northern Pacific, Improvements at Duluth, (113)
  • Pennsylvanian, New Rail Speci¬fication of, (485); Power Sig¬nalling Installation on, (537); Use of Flexible Stay Bolts, (537)
  • Pennsylvanian. Tunnel Entrance into New York City, (336); Water Tanks on the Pan¬handle, (409); Compound Locomotives Converted into Simple, (511)
  • Philadelphia and Reading, (166)
  • Quebec and Lake Huron, (409)
  • Reading Line, Pension System for Employés, (13)
  • Texas, (113)
  • White Horse and Yakon, (409)

Railways, Light:

  • Baslow and Bakewell, Electric, (261)
  • Blackpool and Garstang, (583)
  • Bradwell-on-Sea, near Colchester, (583), (607)
  • Cheltenham and District, to Charlton Kings and Leckhampton, (511)
  • Colchester, (583)
  • Congress, Tramway, &c., 441
  • Crewe, (583), (359)
  • Dingwall and Cromarty, Further Grant Made by Treasury, (37)
  • Gloucester, (63) (109)
  • Kent, (335)
  • L'zard, (409)
  • Lordship Lane to Crystal Palace, (386)
  • Middlesex, 79
  • Mid Suffolk, (472)
  • Orders Confirmed by the Board of Trade, (71),
  • (169), (335), (409), 485, (583)
  • Potteries, (335)
  • Scotland, Highlands, Opening of the First, (537); Maidens Dunure, Riccarton Loop L;ne, (433)
  • Sinnington to Rosedale, 523, (618)
  • Skene District, (139)
  • Southend and District, (583)
  • South wold, (409)
  • Stafford. (335)
  • Sussex, (335)
  • Total Number of Applications in May, for Per¬mission to Construct (583)
  • Heavy, 462
  • Wales, (583)
  • York, Stainand to Greetland, (185)

Railway Locomotives:

  • American Baldwin, The Two-thousandth, (287). 311
  • Baldwin Works, 470
  • For Bavarian Railways, (561)
  • At Bloemfcntein, Inferior to English, (386)
  • Ctnstruction, by an American Engi¬neer, 356, 403, 477, 581, 622
  • With Corrugated Furnace, 246
  • Electric and Compressed Air, 313, 316
  • In England, 46
  • Fur Heavy and Fast Passenger Trains on the New Jersey Central, (113)
  • Four-cylinder Balanced Compound, 452, 453
  • Heavy Suburban Tank, 522
  • For Japan, West Australia, and New South Wales, (13). (537)
  • L;gn'te Burning, 246
  • With Marine Boilers, U.S.A., 195
  • Mnster, 235
  • Piston, 477
  • Six-coupled Goods, 560
  • Spark Arrester for, 216
  • Ten-wheels Coupled Goods, Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fé Railway, U.S.A., 234, 235
  • Total Output for 1901, (214)
  • For West Aus’ralia, (339)
  • Australian Railways, (27)
  • Austrian, Total Yearly Output, (214)
  • Balancing of, 12, 208
  • Baltimore and Ohio Railway, Orders Placed for, (13)
  • Boiler Drilling Machine, Hulse and Co., 331, 332
  • Boilers for, 586
  • British, Belgian and American, in Egypt, 312, 367, 394
  • British and Foreign, 338 Canadian, (220)
  • Canadian Northern, New, Wanted, (237)
  • Check Valves, American, 477
  • Coal Consumption in, 47
  • Compound Converted into Simplo on Penn¬sylvanian Lines, (511)
  • Compound Express, The First Two, Darby Works of the Midland, (37)
  • Compound Narrow-gange, Indian-Netborlands Railway, Java, Mr. R. A. Gratama, 14, 22
  • Compound Tank, Indian-Netherlands Railway, Java, Mr. B. A. Gratama, 158, 159,187
  • Concrete Workshops, New Jersey Central, U.S.A., 222
  • Conference in Calcutta, The Indian, 53, 65
  • Contracts Obtained by the Chemnitz Town Authorities, (459)
  • Crewe Works, under Construction at, (287)
  • Double-bogie Side-tank, M. G. Du Bousquet, Chemin de Fer du Nord, 281, 286 Drivers, Conservative, 138
  • Duplex Tank, Compagnie de Chemins de Fer Départementeaux, Sac. Suisse, 512, 515 Efficiency of, 387
  • Egypt, British, Belgian and American, in, 342, 367, 394
  • Egyptian, Experimental, 137, 140
  • Eight-coupled Goode, Lake Shore and Michigan State Railway, 403
  • Eight-wheels Coupled, North-Eastern Railway,
  • Mr. Worsdell (Supplement, June 6th, 1902), 557
  • Eight-wheeled Six-coupled Tank, Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway, Mr. E
  • S. Luard (Supplement, June 27th, 1902), 627, 629
  • Electric Breakdown, 60
  • Electric and Compressed Air, 316
  • Engineering, some Modern Tendencies in, by C. Rous-Marten, 275, 598, 624
  • England’s Largest, (219)
  • Eoglish and American, 361
  • Express Bogie Passenger, South-Eastern and Chatham Works, Ashford, Mr. Wainwright’s, (37), (166)
  • Fire-boxes, 9
  • Fire-box Stays, Mr. F. W. Webb on, 412, 419
  • Fire-throwiDg, from, 46
  • First ever Made and Run in England, now Exhibited by Tangyes Limited, (630)
  • Foreign, in France, 67
  • Four-coupled Express, Furness Railway, Mr.
  • W. F. Pettigrew (Supplements, February 14f/( and April 2zlh, 1902), 194, 413
  • Four-wheeled Coupled Express, for South-Eastern and Chatham, R. Stephenson and Co., (324)
  • Frame slotting Machine, Hulse and Co., 331, 332
  • German, for France, (89)
  • Great Eastern, New Type of, for Heavy Suburbau Traffic, Mr. Holden, (485)
  • Great Western, England’s Largest, (219)
  • Heavy Goods, Santa Fé Railway, U.S.A., 222
  • Historic, at Purdue University, (561)
  • Historical, Vulcan Foundry, 108
  • Hulse and Co.’s Machines for Locomotive Works, 331, 332
  • Improvement, 366 India, for, 65
  • India, Lord Hamilton on Standardising, 413
  • Largest ever Built, American, (37)
  • Liquid Fuel Burning, North-Eastern Railway, (618)
  • London and North-Western, New, of a Large Pattern, (190)
  • Lubricator for Oiliog Piston-rods, &c., on, Mr. T. F. Malmros, (359)
  • Metre-gauge, Fair.ie, Burma Railway Company, The Vulcan Foundry Company, (Supplement, May 16f/i, 1902), 491
  • Modern American, 356
  • North of France, Double-bogie Side Tank, M. G. Du Bousquet, 281, 286
  • Number in Use in the Orange River Colony, (386)
  • Oil Burning, North Pacific Coast Railway, (386)
  • Oil Fuel, for, 81
  • Paris, Lyon», and Mediterranean, Non-com¬pound on,(237)
  • Pneumatic Device for Opening the Fire-doors of, (511)
  • Repair Shops, New Jersey Central, U.S.A., 222
  • Six coupled Bog,'o Express, with Novel Fea¬tures, Built at Swindon, for the Great Western, (561)
  • Six-couplod Express, Eastern of Fracce, M. L. Salomon (Nup/ifenient, January 2ith, 1902), 9o
  • Six-wheels Coupled, Great Eastern, First Fitted with Belpaire Fire-box for the, (287)
  • Superheated Steam for, 116
  • Tandem Compound Decapod, Baldwin Works, The Heaviest in the World, (607)
  • Tenders, (113)
  • Ten-wheel, Chicago and North-Western, 581
  • Ten-wheel Four-cylinder Balanced Compound, Baldwin Works, (287)
  • Two, Ordered by the Prussian Railway Ad¬ministration, of a Special Type, by means of which Greater Speed is to be obtained, (607)
  • Types of, 467, 493 Valve Gear of, 289
  • Working Drawings at South Kensington, 163
  • Works, Machines for, Boiler - drilling and Frame-slotting, Hulse and Co., 331, 332 Works, Neilson, Reid and Co., Hvde Park, Bonus Promised to Emploj és who Keep Good Time, (63)
  • Works, Springburr, Fire at the Hyde Park, (522)

Railway News, Various :

  • Accelerated Service, The Midland, London and Manchester, (583)
  • Acetylene for Railway Lighting in France, 254
  • Alexander, Mr. J., his Resignation, (511)
  • Americans Build Railways Faster than the Population is Growing, (630)
  • American Railway Speed Record, A New, (630)
  • Association, United Kingdom Railway Officers’ and Servants', Age of, and Benefits Conferred by, (314)
  • Automatic Couplers on American Railways, 365
  • Bank of England Authorities, The Great Northern and City Railway and the, (485)
  • Basle, New Station at, 442
  • Berlin and Hamburg, Fastest Run between, (237)
  • Block System on American Railways, (214)
  • Board of Trade and the Better Prevention of Accidents to Railway Servants, (511)
  • Bonus to Employés who Keep Good Time at Neilson, Reid and Co.’s Works, (63)
  • Brakes, Mr. G. Westinghouse, jun., on, (37)
  • Automatic Vacuum, on Tasmanian Railways, (433)
  • Continuous, Board of Trade Returns on, (287)
  • for Railway Wagons, Either Side, Messrs. J. and J. R. Johnson’s Patent, (50), (63)
  • Bridge Moving, Pittsburg, 606
  • Removal at Pittsburg, (561)
  • Renewal, Battersea Park-road, 543, 544
  • British v. American, 312
  • British and French Train Services in 1901, by C. Rous-Marten—see Train Services
  • Buffalo, Central Station for, (220)
  • Cable Railway to the Topof Mount BeacoD, near Fishkill, N.Y., (511)
  • Cadiz, New Station at, (511)
  • Canadian Government, Revision of its Railway Policy, will not Give Land Subsidies but Cash Subsidies, (630)
  • Canadian, Northern, New Engines Needed on, (237)
  • Cape Railway Contracts, 219
  • Capital Invested in the World’s Railways, Aggregate, (624)
  • Central London, Lifts for. Contract Placed with R. Waygood and Co., (37)
  • Chicago, Gates at Eight Gr de Crossings Required by the City Council, (561)
  • Cincinnati, Hamilton, and Dayton Railway, Self-propelled Steam Car on the, (237)
  • Clayton, Mr. T. G., Presentation to, (166)
  • Club, The, 518
  • June Meeting, “Lancashire and York¬shire Locomotives : Past and Present,” Mr. II. L. Hopwood, (616)
  • Monthly Meeting of the, Paper entitled “ Notes on Railways and Train Services in the Liverpool District,” by Mr. A. J. Chisholm, (280); Visit to Nine Elms Works, (463)
  • Monthly Meeting of London Centre of the, (190); Visit to the Running Sheds of the London, Brighton, and South Coast, (208)
  • Visit to the Great Northern and City Railway Works, (314)
  • Coal and Fuel Oil, Trials as to Relative Economy of, (511)
  • Colonial Railway Construction, Some Factors in, by Mr. L. II. Rugg, (525)
  • Conder, Mr. Henry, (287)
  • Conference, Calcutta, (335)
  • Cost of High speed Train», 436
  • Dalmatia, Development of, (237)
  • District Railway Company’s Opposition to New Electric Railway Schemes, (13)
  • Doubling of German and French Lines, (13)
  • Railway Economics, 167
  • Economic!, with reference to tha Half-yearly Reports of the Principal Railway Companies, 167
  • Electric Locking for Switches, Union Pacific Railway, (335)
  • Extension in France, (287)
  • Fast Rnn on the Pennsylvania Railway, (359)
  • Fastest Timed Railway Run in Europe, 382
  • French Journal Officiel, Decrees Published by respecting Railway Extension, (287)
  • French Railways, Mean Cost of Carrying a Ton of Goods over a Kilometre on, (459)
  • French Railway Servants, Contributors to Pen¬sion Funds, Proportion of, (237)
  • French Railway Tickets, Colours of, Unified, (359)
  • Gauges, American Engineering, 312
  • German Railways, Passenger and Goods Traffic of Seventy-five, in April, Official Returns, (537)
  • Goods Sheds for Fruit and Vegetables, United States, 522
  • Goods Traffic, 362, 415
  • Goods Yards, Chicago, 21
  • Graphic Statistics of, 303
  • Great Northern, Changes Made on the Staff in the Traffic Department, (607)
  • Great Northern Railway, Projected Construc¬tion of Two New Stations under Finsbury Park Station, (190)
  • Great Western, Retirement of and Complimentary Dinner to Mr. Dean—succeeded by Mr. J. C. Churchward. (607)
  • Great W estern, Special Train from London to Dartmouth for the Royal Trip, (166)
  • “Hall” Electric Automatic Track Circuit System to be Installed on the North-Eastern, (13)
  • Head Lights on Locomotives Furnished by a Steam Dynamo, (287)
  • High-speed Trains, Cost of, 436
  • India, Value and Quantity of Railway Material, Rolling Stock, &x, Imported into, (314)
  • Indian Locomotive Conference in Calcutta. 53. 65
  • Indian Railways, Material for, 338
  • Jubilee of the Nicholas Railway in Russia, (13)
  • Locomotive Working Drawings at South Kesington, 163
  • London and North-Western, Application of Electric Energy to the Machinery in the Crewe Workshops, (37)
  • Landon and North-Western Railway Company and the Dublin. Wicklow, and Wexford Rail¬way Company, (159)
  • London and North-Western Works at Crewe, Extensions Reported, (139)
  • Machine Tools, Locomotive Shop, 567, 568
  • Management, 315, 312
  • Metropolitan Railway, Machinery for Electrical Working of, 291
  • Midland, Estimated Expenditure on Now Works, (237)
  • Midland Railway Company as Ratepayers, (237)
  • Midland, Retirement of Mr. Clayton, (607)
  • Mileage of New Work under Construction, ‘ (237)
  • Moffat, Mr. Wm., chosen Chairman of the Conference of General Managers of Scottish Railways, (139)
  • Motor Cars for Austrian State Railways, (160)
  • Nelson Column and the Tube Railway Schemes, (511)
  • New Lines for the South Yorkshire Coalfield, 9
  • Oil Fuel for Locomotives, 84
  • Oil Mixed with Coal as Fuel on an American Line, Trial of, (630)
  • Oil Reservoir, 2,000,000 - Barrel, Beaumont, Texas, The South Pacific Railway Company, (511)
  • Oil Tanks, Large Steel, San Antonio and Aransas Pass Railway, (335)
  • Paris Congress on “ Transport,” (335)
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean, Non com¬pound Engines on, (237)
  • Paris, Metropolitan, 307
  • Pension System for Employés on the Reading, U.S.A., Line, (13)
  • Pennsylvania Road Shops, Number of Men Employed, (13)
  • Pernambuco, Amalgamation of Three Great British Railway Companies, (607) Philadelphia and Reading, Removal of Train¬ load of Coal Weighing 4018 Tons, (459)
  • Plate Springs, 157
  • Pneumatic Tools, Portable, Contract Placed by the India-office for Use on Indian Railways, (561)
  • Private Railways in Prussia, Law with Regard to, (287)
  • Prussia, Law with Regard to Privato Railways in, (287)
  • Prussian Railway, Fares and Return Tickets on, (237)
  • Prussian Railways, Proportion of Working Expenses to Revenue, (237)
  • Prussia, State Railway Mileage Open in. (237)
  • Railway Accelerations, English and French, by Chas. Rous-Marten, 553, 575
  • Railway and Canal Commissioners and the Draft Rules Prepared by the Beard of Trade under the Railway Employment (Prevention of Accidents Act), (511)
  • Rating of, (219)
  • Recklessness, 143
  • Retaining Seats in Railway Carriages, Device on the Western of France for, (63)
  • Return Tickets on Russian Railways, Validity Prolonged, (237)
  • Rochester Bridge Station Destroyed by Fire, (237)
  • Royal Train to and from the West of England, (261), (287)
  • Royal Train, Fast Run from Plymouth, (237)
  • Russia, Subsidy Paid by, to tho Eastern China Railway, (630)
  • Signalling, 258
  • Apparatus, Mechanical Fog, Mr. J. II. Pinder, 566
  • Automatic Block, London and South-Western Company, 536
  • Automatic Block, Pennsylvania Rail¬way, 635
  • Automatic Block, United States, (237), (359), 635
  • Device, Mr. Goldie, North-Eastern Railway Company’s Engine Driver, (151)
  • Signals, Antomatic, (493), 545
  • Simplon Tunnel, Progress of the, (287), 605
  • Speeds, 591
  • Station at Basle, A New, 412
  • Station, Cadiz, New, (511)
  • Station, Ashtown, Midland Great Western, (607)
  • Station, Paris Underground, Removal of the Halles Centrales to make Room for, (583)
  • Steel Oil Tanks, United States Railway, (335)
  • Stone’s Electric System of Lighting Railway Carriages on the Madras Railway, (261)
  • Taff Vale Action, The, (8)
  • Technical Education of Railway Apprentices in France, 82
  • Testing of Railway Bridges, 157
  • Tie, American Combination Steel and Concrete, (485)
  • Train de Luxe between Tunis and OraD, (89)
  • Train Services in 1901, British and French, by Chas. Rous-Marten, 155, 187, 244, (270)
  • Train Telephone on the Overland Limited Train of the Chicago and North-Western Company, (409)
  • Tramway and Light Railway Congress, 441
  • Trans-Cancasian, Pipe Line from Mihailova to Batoum, (485)
  • “ Transport,” Paris Congress on, (335)
  • Trevithick and Vivian Celebration, Camborne, (13)
  • Tube Railways and Vibration, 366, 375, 405, 416, 441, 467
  • Tunnel through Mont. Albula, (583)
  • Tunnel at New York, Pennsylvania Railway, Valve Gear on the Great Northern, 192
  • Viaduct over the Barrow in South Ireland, Contract Secured by Sir Wm. Arrol and Co., (139)
  • Valve Motion that Promises to Save 40 per Cent., 469
  • Vibration in Tube Railways, 192, 198, 245, 257, 366, 375, 405, 416, 441, 467
  • Vienna Central Railroad Library, Proposed Establishment of, (113)
  • Wagon Coupling Contest, Farness Railway Employés, (335)
  • Washington, D.C., New Railway Station at, (359)
  • Water Tanks on the Panhandle, Erection of, by the Pennsylvania Railway Company, (409)
  • Wheel Foundry, United States, 24
  • Zone System of Fares on Swedish Railways, 13

Railways, Permanent Way:

  • Chair, New Form of, Mr. Wm. Walker’s Patent, (324), (409), (471)
  • Concrete Sleepers, 429
  • Creosoted Beech Sleepers in Elass-Lotbringen, Durability of, (299)
  • Longitudinal Iron Sleepers, (459)
  • Pennsylvania Railway, The New Rail Specifica¬tion of, (485)
  • Prussia, The Latest Type of Longitudinal Iron Sleepers in, (459)
  • Re-rolling Mill for Worn Rails, American, (496)
  • Standard Rail Section, Modification of the, Question of, in America, (89)
  • Steel, Export of, from Dunkirk to Cochin- China, (630)
  • Output of the Elgar Thomson Works, for Mexican Railway, Ordered Abroad, (113)
  • United States Output of Standard, Proportion Turned out by Chicago, (459)
  • Tenders for Supply of, Sent in by British Firms, (190)
  • Tie, American Combination St9el and Concrete, US States, New Sleepers of Mora Wood, (214)

Railways, Rolling Stock:

  • American 30-Ton Wagons for the Caledonian Railway, (139), (166)
  • Brake, Automatic Vacuum, on Tasmanian Railways, (433)
  • Carriages for the Central London Railway, (593)
  • Cars for the Mersey Railway, Sixty, G. F. Milnes and Co., (25), (37)
  • Combine, The, (638)
  • Combination of British Firms, Report Concerning, (99)
  • Corridor Carriages, Opposition on Indian Rail¬ways to, (335)
  • Corridor Trains for South Africa, (593)
  • Fireproof Cars for London Electric Railways, Mineral, North-Eastern Railway, 510 Oldbury Company’s Works, (99)
  • Record Year for the Trade, (25)
  • Three-Car Train, Liverpool Overhead Electric Railway, 284
  • United States, Niles Car Works, (74)
  • United States Output for 1901, (37)
  • Wagon Amalgamation, (363)
  • Building Companies, Amalgamation of Five Important, (335)
  • Goods, with Detachable Axles and Wheels, (359)
  • Goods, Fifty for North-Eastern Rail¬way of 40 Tons Capacity, (583)
  • Goods, for Prussian Railways, (561)
  • Large Mineral, 12, 47, 71
  • Larger, for the North-Eastern Railway, (26), (49) (176), (583)
  • for Vegetables and Fruit, New York Central, 507
  • RAINFALL, Cardiff Corporation Waterworks, (H3)
  • Extraordinary, near Honolulu, (485)
  • at Greenwich, for Year ending
  • April 30th, (583)
  • in Manchester, (630)
  • Oxford, 1901, (139)
  • in Thames Valley, (89)
  • Ransome, Mr. Stafford, on Australian Labour Laws and their Bearing on Trade Unionism, 4
  • Rating of Collieries, The, 402
  • Rating of Machinery, 291, 389
  • Rats in Ships, Killing by Carbonic Acid, (13)
  • Razors in Poland, English, (611)
  • Red Lead, Substitute for, (139)
  • Reform in Mathematical Education, 129, 251, 275
  • Refrigerating Installation for Gibraltar, Another, (89)
  • Refrigerating Machinery, 121
  • Refrigerating Store in Chicago, with Power Plant 90ft. above Ground Level, (511)
  • Refuse Destruction and Heat Utilisation in Accrington, (314)
  • Reservoir Embankment, Forbes Hill, Boston, U.S.A., 470
  • Rhine between Strasburg and Sondernheim, Works for Regulating the, (63)
  • Rice-cleaning Factory, South Formosa, (607)
  • Rivet-heating Furnace, Oil Fuel, Taiteand Carlton, 286
  • Road Rollers, Oil Engine, 296
  • Road Scarifier, Mr. Bernard Asplen, 291
  • Roberts, Mr. Jas., (445)
  • Roberts-Austen, Sir Wm., Lecture on Meta'lurgy in Relation to Engineering, (190)
  • Robertson, Mr. J. B., 444
  • Rope Driving, 164
  • Ross, Mr. D. J., Report to Landon Corporation on London’s Subways, &c., (511)
  • Rotating Magnetic Fields, Prof. Magnus McLean on, 198
  • Rowden, Prof., Dinner Given to, (379)

Royal Agricultural Society:

  • Carlisle Meeting, Feet of Shedding Allotted in the Implement Department, (476), (638)
  • Prizs Sheet for July next, (13)
  • ROYAL Commission on Coal Supplies, 23
  • Royal Commission on Sewage Treatment, Projects of the, (359)

Royal Geographical Society:

  • Waves, Height of, Dr. Vaughan Cornish on, (37)

Royal Institution:

  • Annual Meeting, 472
  • Bramwell, Sir J. F., Unveiling of the Bust of, Monthly Moe'ings and Forthcoming Lectures (246), 302, (350); Members Elected, (560)
  • Sound, Interference of, Rt. Hon. Lord Rivleigh, (37), 88 7
  • Telegraphy, Progress of Electric Space, Mr. Marconi, 613
  • Waves, Professor Floming on, (13)

Royal Meteorological Society:

  • Captive Balloons to be sent up during London Fogs for Observations, (409)
  • Clouds, Captain D. Wilson-Barker, (404)
  • Cornish, Dust Fall of January, 1902, Dr. F. R. Mil), 522
  • Earth Temperature, Observations Recorded in Upper India, Mr. W. L. Dallas, (606)
  • English Climatology, 1891-1900, Mr. F. C Bayard, 806
  • Theory of Probability Applied to Various Meteorological Problems, Mr. W. H. Dinas, (89)
  • Wind Force, Experiments on H.M.S. Worcester, and at Stoneness Lighthouse, Report on, 522

Royal Society:

  • Conversazione, 404

Royal United Service Institution:

  • West African Railways, Mr. Fred Shelford, 358
  • RUSH WORTH and Co., Machine Tools (Supple¬ment, June 13th,, 1902)
  • Russia’s Exports to Persia, and Persia to Russia, (583)
  • Russia’s Engineering Industry, 182
  • Russian General Foreign Trade, (76)
  • Russian Machinery Import Trade, The, 297
  • Russian Trade with Persia, Development of, (287)
  • Rust, Mr. Henry, (561)

S

  • SACCARDO Tunnel Ventilating System, The, (287)
  • Safety Lamps and Colliery Explosions, 506, 591
  • Salt in the United States, 222
  • Sanitary Angles, 93, 148, 171
  • Sanitary Appliances, Merryweather Vacuum Apparatus for Bournemouth, (386)
  • Savillo, Mr. John Jas., (445)
  • Sawing Machines, Cold Iron, G. Birch and Com¬pany’s, (271)
  • Scale in Gas Eogiuo Cylinder Jackets, How to Remove, (485)
  • Scientific Observations at High Altitudes, Revd. J. M. Bacon on, (113)
  • Scott, Mr. Thomas, (579)
  • Screw Propeller and Aorocurve in Theory and Practice, Mr. F. Walker on, (582)
  • Lea Protection Works, Galveston, U.S.A., 635
  • Sea Wall Work, Monolithic (184), (265), 312
  • Severe, Navigable Balloon. The, 482, (485)
  • Sewage Disposal, Mr. A. B. Macdonald on, 138
  • Disposal, Public Health Aspects of the Question of, C. Johnston on, 197
  • Scheme, Tutbury and Burton, (261)
  • Scheme, Uxbridge, 292
  • System of Sydney, Mr. J. Davis on, 150
  • Treatment, Project of the Royal Com¬mission on,(359)
  • Sewer Construction, Concrete, U.S.A., 186
  • Sewer Ventilation, Mr. Galt’s System, (113)
  • Shafting Lathe, Noble and Lund, 69
  • Shand, Mr. James, (607)
  • Shanghai, Growing Importance of, (63)
  • Shears, Bloom, J. Buck ton and Co., Limited (viii., Supplement, June 13th, 1902)

Ships :—

Battleships, British:

  • Belleisle, 193, (287)
  • Bulwark, 268, 286, (429)
  • Commonwealth. (523)
  • Dominion, (523)
  • Empress of India, 268, 332
  • Exmontb, (485)
  • Good Hope, 164, 217, 241, 268, 564, 590
  • Hannibal, Average Speed, 312
  • Invincible, (287)
  • Irresistible, 193
  • Jupiter, Average Speed, 312
  • King Edward VII., (63), 93, 331, (384), 386, (523); Armour for, (359), 415, 523
  • King Edward Class, Armour for, 93, (359), 415
  • London, 62, (63), (89), 138, 164, (166), (429)
  • Magnificent, Average Speed, 312
  • Majestic, Average Speed, 312
  • Mars, Average Speed, 312 ; Gun Accident on Board, 379, 387, 415, 455, 515, 518 Prince George, 312
  • Queen (Supplement, March lilh, 1902), 242, 266, (270), (386)
  • Repulse, 268
  • Resolution, 312
  • Revenge, 312, 515, 564
  • Royal Sovereign, (429)
  • Ruseoll, (190), 214, (429), (433)
  • Terrible, 455, 564, (630)
  • Téméraire, 43, 88, 384, (429)
  • Vengeance, 455

Battleships, Foreign:

  • American, Armament of the New, 415
  • American, Vermont, 217
  • Argentina, General Roca and General Mitra, 62
  • Austrian, The Throe New, (89), 164
  • Austrian, Yarrow Water-tube Boilers for the New, 10
  • Chili, Two Ordered in Eagland, (261),
  • Dutch, Hertog Hendrih, 62
  • French, Courbet, 353
  • Furieux, 109
  • Jauréguiberry, Torpedo Acci¬dent on, 156
  • Jemmapes, (607)
  • Jéna, 93
  • Montcalm, 455
  • République, 93
  • Requin, 43, 288, 292
  • Suffren, 460, 465
  • Valmy, (607)
  • German, Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, (427), (485)
  • German, Kaiser Wilhelm II., 564
  • German, Wittelsbacb, Wetten, and Zaehringen, 415
  • Italian, Francesco Ferrucio, 62
  • Italia, 384
  • Roma, 62
  • Vittorio Emanuele, Armament of, 331
  • Japanese, Mikasa, 30, 35, 43, 93, 112
  • Russian, Pobieda, 213, 218, 268, 455
  • R9tvisan, 109
  • 16,000 Tons Projected, 455
  • Tchesma, 415
  • Wireless Telegraphy on the Popoff System, (37)
  • Spanish, Twelve Projected, 353
  • Swedish, Vasa, 62
  • United States, Georgia, 109
  • Missouri, 62
  • Nos. 13 to 17, Triple-ex-pansion Engines (Sup¬plement, March 2&lh, 1902), 322, 369, 443 ; Surface Condenser for, 351, 369

Cruisers, British:

  • Amethyst, Third-class, 193
  • Amphion, 62
  • Antrim, Boilers of, 544
  • Argyll, Boilers of, 544
  • Armoured, 388
  • Arrogant, 611
  • Bedford, 331, (459), 505, 515, 564
  • Carnarvon, Boilers of, 544
  • Challenger, 544
  • Cornwall, 611
  • Devonshire, Boilers of, 544
  • Devonshire Class, Names of the Six New, 217; Contracts for, (287)
  • Donegal, 331
  • Doris, 109, 611
  • Drake, Trials of, (537), 590
  • Drake Type, Trial of a Cruiser of the, (409)
  • Encounter, 544
  • Five First-class Firms in Competition for, (190)
  • Hampshire, Boilers of, 544
  • King Alfred, Leaves Barrow for Ports¬mouth, (583), 590, (593)
  • Lancaster, First-class, Engines for, (237);
  • Launch of, (314) 336, 341
  • Leviathan, 312, (314), 331, 415, 510, 515, 564,
  • Medea, Eight Yarrow Boilers, 353
  • Medusa, Eight Diirr Boilers, 353
  • Minerva and Hyacinth Trials, (89), 217, 286, (287), 316, 568
  • Niobe, 312
  • Powerful, 164, 174, (190), 241, 286, (287
  • Roxburgh, Boilers of, 544
  • Rupert, 590
  • Sutlej, Unsuccessful at her Full-power Trials. (561)
  • Sybille, Loss of, 383
  • Terrible, Coaling of, a New World’s Record, (537)
  • Thames, 312
  • Turquoise, Third-class, 193

Cruisers, Foreign:

  • American, Olympia, Refitting of, (572)
  • Argentina, The Two Armoured, (89), 515
  • Chilian, Chacabuco, 611
  • Dutch, Koningin Regentes, 415
  • French, Chateaurenault, 138
  • Condé and Gloire, 138
  • Dupuy de Lóme, (607)
  • Jeanne d’Arc, Trials gave very Bad Results, (386)
  • Montcalm, 43, 384
  • Topaz Type, 415
  • German, “ G,” Launched and Christened Fraucnlob, 353
  • Wacht, (383)
  • Amazone, 564
  • New Type of Armoured, 164
  • Italian, Francesco Ferrucio, 455
  • Japanese, Asama, 611
  • Niitaka, 85, 90
  • Takasago, 611
  • Tshushima, 85, 90
  • Moorish, Bascir Sold as a Tramp, 268
  • Swedish, 634

Torpedo Craft, Gunboats, &c. British :

  • Destroyer Dove, 590
  • Flying Fish, 109, 193
  • Star, Fitted with Bilge Keels, 590
  • Surley, Experiments with Liquid Fuel, (37)
  • Syren, 455
  • Destroyers of 1901, Eitimates, Names of the Nine New, 217
  • Mallard and Fawn, 30-Knot Torpedo Boat Destroyers Commissioned for Mediterranean, (358)
  • Submarine Boats, Apparatus for Destroy¬ing, Experiments in the Solent, (287)
  • Submarines for the British Fleet, 631
  • Submarines, Question in the House of Commons Regarding, and Mr. Arnold Forster’s Answer, (113)
  • Submarine, Launch of a Fourth and Fifth at Barrow, (537), (583)
  • Submarine, No. 1, Distance Travelled Under Water by, (359)
  • Submarine, No. 2, Launched at Barrow. (214)
  • Submarines, Trials of, (113), (359), (409)
  • Torpedo Boat, Turbine-driven, Ordered by the Admiralty to Replace the Viper,
  • (113)
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, (195)
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Mr. S. Barnaby on, 282, 298
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer Recruit Runs on a Rock, (537)
  • Torpedo Boat 60, Breakage of her Main Shaft, 590
  • Torpedo Gunboat Gossamer, (335), (485)
  • Torpedo Gunboat Seagull, 485, 519
  • Velox, New Turbine Destroyer to Re¬place the Viper, 217

Torpedo Craft, Gunboats, &e. Foreign:

  • Chili, Destroyers Purchased by, 241
  • Dutch, Holland, Submarine for, 415
  • French Destroyers, Firing Exercises, 268
  • Submarine Boat Demonstration at Cherbourg, 109
  • Submarine Eipadon, (89)
  • Submarines, Morse, Narval, Algérien, Siréne, Silure, 10, 43, 384
  • Torpedo Gunboats, Caesini and Epervier, 10, 43
  • French, Twin-screw Torpedo Boats, Bour-rasque and Rafale, 268
  • German, Schichau Destroyer, No. 107, 353
  • Germany, Submarine Boats, 317
  • Italian, Four New Destroyers of the Nembo Type, 62
  • Italy, Submarines, Tho Audace and the Delfino, (607)
  • Japanose, Torpedo Boat Destroyers, 160
  • Japanese, Topedo Boat Kasumi, Launch and Trials, (113)
  • Norway, Holland, Submarine for, (409)
  • United States Destroyer Bainbridge, 217
  • Navy, Torpedo Craft in the, 112
  • Torpedo Boats and De¬stroyers, Twenty-eight, (37)

Mercantile, Passenger, and other, British:

  • Anchor Liner Columbia, The New, 217
  • Cable Steamer Colonia, (190); Launched by Wigham Richardson and Co., Limited, (200)
  • Cargo Steamer, Single Deck, Sir Raylton Dixon and Co., 9
  • Clyde Passenger Steamers, Smoke Pre¬vention on, 414
  • Coal Ship, The August Belmont, Fitted with the Dodge Coal Discharging Gear, C. S. Swan and Hunter, 580
  • Cross-Channel Passenger Steamship Ser¬vices, 180, 189, 307, 309, 380, 381, 384, 385, 508, 509, 599
  • Cunard Liner, The Etruria, Repairing of the, 558
  • Canard Liners, Two Large New, (237)
  • K urine Gai, Ferry Steamer, The Mort's
  • Dock and Engineering Company, 60,61
  • Mercantile Marine, Investigation of and Report upon Co-operation of the Liverpool and London Chambers of Commerce, (537)
  • Mercantile and Warship Tonnage Launched in 1899, 1900, 1901,.(63)
  • Mercedes, Steam Collier, 40, 60
  • Merchant Ships, The Largest Afloat is British, (237)
  • Monthly Service under the British Flag between Marseilles, Algiers, Oran, Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore, (511)
  • Orient Liner Orontes, The New, 494
  • Oswestry Grange, Twin-screw, for the Houlder Line of Steamships, (113)
  • River Steamer for Ashanti, “The New Diplomacy,” Mr. A. R. Brown, (143)
  • Scotia, The New Channel Passenger Steamer, 364
  • Sloop Odin, His Majesty's Twin-screw, (5Ö7)
  • Steam Launch Joseph Chamberlain, Test Trial of, (13)
  • Stem-wheel Steamers, Valve Gear for, 148
  • Thames Steamboat Company, their Steamers will not Run this Summer, (518)
  • Thames Steamboat Service, The, 591
  • Turbine Passenger Steamers, Queen Alexandra, Denny Brothers, 534,570
  • Warships and Mathematics, 244
  • White Star Liner Athenic, Harland and Wolff, 161, 165, (166)
  • White Star Liner Medic Passed the Vienna, (109)
  • White Star Celtic, The Largest Merchant Ship Afloat, (237)
  • Yacht, Colonel McCalmont’s, Launched, (537), 548

Mercantile, Passenger, and other. Foreign:

  • American Ship Enterprise, First Ocean Voyage with Oil as Fuel, (524)
  • Steamship, Large, the Shaw¬mut, (594)
  • Two Large Steamers for Ocean Service, 247
  • Two Steel Steamers for Cargo Service on the Lakes, 216, 299
  • Dutch Merchant Navy, (433)
  • French Coast-defence Ship Indomptable on her Trials, 268
  • Coast-defence Ship Requin, Speed Trial, 193
  • Mercantile Marine, The, (89)
  • New Line to Connect Algeria and Tunis with Havre and London, (359)
  • Notre Dame de Salut, Fall in the Furnace of, 545
  • Hamburg - American Line, New Mail Service, Launch of First Steamer, (13)
  • North - German Lloyd, Kronprinz Wil¬helm, Passage from New York, (583)
  • Pacific Mail Line, s.s. Korea, (287)
  • Paddle Steamers, Detroit, to Run on Lake Erie, (299)
  • Russian Engineering School Transport Ocean, 217, 241
  • Russian Mercantile Marine, Commission Engaged in considering its Present State, (287)
  • United States Dredger Florida, 81, 96

Shipbuilding, British and Colonial. Naval and Mercantile:

  • 1901, 80
  • Ailsa Company, Troon, S. McKnight and Co.’s Business Bought by, (139)
  • A521 ” °f’ Keport ot Committee on, 466, 495,
  • Battleship Designs, A Comparison of Recent, 4
  • Bovelling Machine for Shipbuilders, Messrs.
  • Davis and Primrose, 258, 259
  • Clyde, 8, 331, 441
  • Destroyers, Ten New, 93
  • English, in February, March, April, May (2371 (335), (485), (561) F . ««JM-W),
  • Fairfield Company, The, 331
  • Govan, Testimonial to Mrs. Elder. (1391 Great Britain, (386,
  • King Edward Class, Tho, 93, 331
  • Lloyd’s Statistics for 1901, in the United King¬dom, for Close of Quarter ending March 31st, 1902, (237), (485)
  • Navy, New Ships for the, Allocation of the New Naval Work, 331
  • North of England, Situation Bad, (301)
  • Seotch, in January, February, March, April, May, (168), (237), (335),'.(485), (561)
  • Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering during 1901, 29, 59, 80
  • Steamers for the Woodside Ferry Service, The Londonderry Shipbuilding Co., (335)
  • Steering Gear for Twin-screw Steamers, M. V. de Michele, 440
  • Submarine, New Type of, Ordered by the Admiralty from Vickers, Sons and Maxim, (139)
  • Total Output of the United Kingdom, 1901, (63)
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 331
  • War, Arrears of, 462, 466
  • Warships Built and Building, New, (187), 331
  • Warship Design, Sir Francis Evans’ Plea for Private Yards, 585
  • Warships and Machinery Building in England, Progress of, 626

Shipbuilding, Foreign; Naval and Mercantile:

  • American Plant, Risdon Co., San Francisco, 246
  • Ansaldo’s' Yard, Genoa, Mr. C. de Grave Soils and,(611)
  • Battleship Designs, Comparison of Recent, 4 France, (386)
  • French, Naval Construction to be Undertaken in 1902, (287)
  • French Shipbuilding Yard in Russia, Syndicate for Establishing, (628)
  • Germania Shipbuilding and Engineering Com¬pany’s Business at Kiel, taken over by krupp, (261)
  • Germany, 386
  • Italy, more Submarines for, (607)
  • Japanese, Leading Shipbuilding Firms, Gun¬boats for Service in the Philippines, Ordered by the United States, (583)
  • Japanese, The New Programme, (611)
  • Notable Shipbuilding Abroad, 183
  • Russian, (386), 419
  • Russian, Encouragement given by the State to the Development of, (287), (607)
  • Shanghai Shipbuilding Firm, American Orders given to, (583)
  • Steel Steamers, Ocean Cargo, 247
  • Trust, United States, (583), (607)
  • United States, Combination Definitely Formed, (607)
  • Monthly Returns, (63), (214), (511), (607)
  • More Submarines for, (607)
  • Navy, Cost per Ton of Battle¬ships Built for tho, (607)
  • Shipbuilding Yards, Consolida¬tion of Five, (583)
  • Uraga Dockyard, Gunboats for the United States, (583)

Shipping Accidents:

  • Condor, 455
  • Dove, the Destroyer, Damaged by Grounding, Dover Lightships, (485)
  • Flying Fish, 193
  • Gun Accident on the French Battleship Jéaa, 93
  • Gun Accident on Board H.M.S. Mars, 379, 387, 415, 455, 515,518
  • Gun Accident on Board the Royal Sovereign, 10
  • Holland, Submarine Boat, Fulton, Explosion, (433)
  • Irish Mail Steamer Munster, 514
  • Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, (427), (485)
  • Leopard, Damage to the, 109
  • Naval Disasters, 1901, 10, (333)
  • Para s.s., 440
  • Prince Line Steamer Ocean Prince, Engineers Rendered Unconscious by Fumes of a Limp (139)
  • Recruit, Torpedo Boat Destroyer, (537)
  • Steam Fishing Vessel, the Jame9ia, Lost owing to the Freezing of her Spirit Compasses (607)
  • Syren, Destroyer, 455
  • Torpedo Accident on Board the French Battle¬ship Jauréguiberry, 156
  • Torpedo Boat, No. 60, Breaks her Main Shaft, 590
  • Vienna, British Steamer, Breakage of Shaft (409)

Shipping News, Various, British and Foreign:

  • Admiralty, Controller’s Department of the. (186)
  • Admiral Sir J. O. Hopkins on Second-clas3 Battleships, 193
  • Admiralty, New Departments to be Established at, (190)
  • American Marine Notes, 246
  • Atlantic Shipping Combination, The, 435, 487 ;
  • Desirability of Deepening Southampton Water Channel to meet the Requirements of, (587)
  • British Navy, New Ships for the, 331
  • Belleville Bailer at the Channel Fleet Trials. 312
  • Boilers, Babcock and Wilcox for the Kine Elward Class, 93
  • Boilers for the Navy, 10, 43, 62, 93
  • Boilers, Niclausse Water-tube, 43, 109
  • Boilers, Yarrow Water-tube, 10, 62
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Company’s Steamer, Quick Passage from Yokohama, (166)
  • Coaling-at-Sea Experiments, 170
  • Channel Fleet Full Speed Trials, The Belleville Boilor at, 312
  • Colour of Warships, 92
  • Condensers in Warships, 240
  • Dortmund Traffic, (37)
  • Engine-room Artificers and Stokers Wanted for the Navy, (630)
  • French Navy, The, 36, 239, 264, (287), 327
  • Additions to the, (287)
  • M. Lockroy’s Report on Cost of Building, (113)
  • German Lloyd Register of Ships for 1902, (139)
  • Navigation to be Rendered Inde¬pendent of Foreign Charts, (13)
  • Navy in 1901, 117
  • Shipping and Americanisation, 316
  • Shipping Federation, (335)
  • Increase in the Size of Vessels on the Great Lakes of America as on the Ocean, (561)
  • Killing Rats in Ships with Carbonic Acid, Ex¬periments at Marseilles, (13)
  • Laws of Steamship Propulsion, 390
  • Liquid Fuel for Ships, Sir F. Flannery on, 283, 310
  • Liverpool Shipping Trade, (89)
  • Liverpool S.S. Owners' Association, Tonnage of Vessels Owned by, (166)
  • Liverpool, Tonnage Entering the Port since July 1st, 1901, (607)
  • Mersey, All-round Service on the, Question of, (139)
  • Mudhole Doors, 514
  • Naval Appropriation Bill of the United States, Discretionary Powers Granted to the Secretary of the Navy, (485)
  • Cadetships, (638)
  • Electricians, 8
  • Engineers, Mr. Arnold-Forster and the, 216
  • Engineers, W. Stoddart, (270)
  • Engine - room Artificers and Stokers Wanted, (630)
  • Estimates, 191, 216
  • Expenditure Returns for 1900, (166)
  • Institution in Berlin, A, 164
  • Manoeuvres, The, 312
  • Warfare, Recent Scientific Developments and the Future of, Mr. W. Laird Clowes on, 311
  • Navigation Congress, 530, (537)
  • Navipendular Method of Experiments as Applied to some Warships of Different Classes, Capt. G. Russo on, 310, 330
  • Navy, Manning of the, (187)
  • North Atlantic Shipping Trust, The, 487, 541
  • North German Lloyd Steamship Company, In¬crease of Capital, (409)
  • Old Battleship to be used at Devonport for In¬struction respecting Types of Water-tube Boilers, (459)
  • Philadelphia, British Shipping in Port of, 1901 and 1902, (583)
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, Wages for, (166)
  • Propeller Shaft Bearings, Improvements in, Mr. Younger on, 312, 321, 330
  • Race between Sailing Vessels from San Fran¬cisco to the United Kingdom, (139)
  • Raiding Sunken Ships by Air-bags, Experiments in St. Petersburg Harbour, (13)
  • Record, New Orleans, (386)
  • Reserve Fleet’s Cruise, 164
  • Rudder, Novel Kind of, Mr. H. C. Vogt, (132)
  • Russian Government Proposal to the Japanese Parliament for Increasing the Strength of the Navy, (583)
  • Navy in 1901, 156
  • Shipping Intercourse with the Far East, Important Decree issued by the Ministry of Marine, (13)
  • Sf. Petersburg and Cronstadt’s Maritime Trade, 1901,(37)
  • Seagull, Niclausse Boiler, Trials Ordered by the Boiler Committee, (485)
  • Shipbuilding, Output of the World duriner 1901, (63)
  • Ships and Forts, Lc Yacht on, 488, 569
  • Ships and Guns, 569
  • Smoke Prevention on Clyde Passenger Steamers, 414
  • Steamboat Equipment of Warships, 12
  • Steam Navigation, Wm. Symington as a Pioneer in, 328
  • Steamship Propulsion, Theory of, Robert Mansel on, 294
  • Steam Tonnage added in 1901 to the Register of the United Kingdom, Lloyd’s Statistics, (237)
  • Steering Gear for Twin-screw Steamers, M. V. de Michele, 440
  • Stokers Wanted for the Navy, (630)
  • Subsidies to its Shipowners, Sum Paid by Austria in Direct, (166)
  • Symington, Wm., as a Pioneer in Steam Navigation, 328
  • Tonnage under Foreign Flags Owned by American Capital, (561)
  • Torpedo Boat Mancoavres off Brest, 161
  • Torpedoes, Disuse of, on Large Vessels of the United States Navy, (237)
  • Trade of Bremen Increases, (537)
  • Traffic between Hamburg and Australia, 1901, (113)
  • Transatlantic Steamboat Service, Passengers Landed at New York in 1901 by, (113)
  • Turbine Destroyer, A New, 164
  • United States Naval Programme for 1903, (511)
  • United States, Navy Development, 215, (409)
  • Volga, Shipping Trade, The, (171)
  • Warship Machinery, Mr. Bernard Stephenson Western Mail and Passenger Service to Aus¬tralia, via Canada, (537)
  • SHOREDITCH Electricity Works, 84, 147 194 269
  • Smith, Mr. Eustace, 612
  • Smith, R. H., Oa Reform in Mathematical Education, 129, 251
  • Smoke Preventer for Ships’ Boilers, A New, (572)
  • Smoke Prevention on Clyde Passenger Steamers, 414
  • Soap Mine, British Columbia, Discovery of a Natural, (511)

Society of Arts:

  • Arrangements for Meetings before Easter 193
  • Award Offered for an Untried Method of Saving Life in Dangerous Callings, (139)
  • Examinations in Modern Languages, (174)
  • Indian Section of, Mr. Sidney Preston on the Irrigation Works in the Punjab, (359)
  • Scientific Observations at High Altitudes. Rovd J. M. Bacon, (113)

Society, Bath and West and Southern Counties:

  • Annual Exhibition at Plymouth, (195)
  • Preliminary Notice, (514)
  • Society of Chemical Industry:
  • Chlorate of Potash, on the Explosive Properties of, Dr. Dupré on, (139)

Society, Civil and Mechanical En¬gineers’:

  • Electric Traction, Mr. B. Pontifex, 24
  • Society, Edinburgh Students Engi¬neering:
  • Gas Engine, some Modern Developments of the, Prof. Boare, (286)
  • Office-bearers of the Society and First Meeting, (286)
  • Society of Engineers:
  • Inaugural Address of President, Mr. Percy Griffith, Presentation of Premiums, 173
  • Blast Furnace Practice, Recent, Mr. Brierley D. Healey, 464

Society of Engineers, The Amalgamated:

  • Annual Report and Mr. G. N. Barnes' Intro¬ductory Address, 432
  • Circular Relative to the One-break System, (637)
  • Monthly Reports, Mr. G. N. Barnes’ Statement, (63)
  • Branches Requested to Nominate Parliamen¬tary Candidates, (607)
  • Quarterly. Report, Question of Re-lining the Trade Union Congress, (523)

Society of Engineers, The Derby:

  • Status of a Continental Engineer as Compared to our own, M. F. Eveleigh, 372

Society of German Mechanical Engineers:

  • Prize Offered by, for the Best Design for Steam Locomotive with Single Car, 314

Society, Glasgow Engineering:

  • Boilers, Modern Steam, Mr. J. R. Sharman, (105)
  • Visit to Manchester, (386)
  • Visit to the Works of Lobnitzand Co., Limited, (70)
  • Warship Machinery, Mr. Bernard Stephen, (70)

Society, Glasgow Technical College Scientific:

  • Rotating Magnetic Fields, Prof. Magnus McLean, 198
  • Storage Batteries, Large, and their Applica¬tion to Central Station Supply, Mr. H. McEwen, (126)

Society, Glasgow University Engi¬neering.

  • George. Stephenson, Prof. T. Hudson Baare, High-speed Gas Engines, Mr. Geo. Blair, 286
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering:
  • Engines, High-speed, Mr. John Davidson, 22, 72

Society, Manchester Geological:

  • Coal Supply, National Interest in the, Mr. W. Pickstone, (617)
  • Mine Ventilation, Discussion on, (617)
  • Timbering of Mines, Discussion on, (75)

Society of Mechanical Engineers, The American :

  • Bursting of Fly-wheels, Prof. C. H. Benjamin, (113)

Society, Physical:

  • Air Pressures used in Playing Brass Instru¬ments, Dr. E. H. Barton and Mr. S. C. Laws, (43)
  • Ebullition of Rotating Water, Mr. T. C. Porter, 544
  • Electric Heater, Dr. R. A. Lehfeldt, (433)
  • Electro-magnetism, Rational Units of. Sie. G. Giorgi, (537)
  • Hygrometric Method, A New, Mr. E. B. H. Wado, 8
  • Temperature Indicator, Mr. E. 8. Whipple’s. 489

Society, Sheffield University College, Day Students’ Engineering and Metallurgical:

  • Machinery at the Glasgow Exhibition, Mr. H. Jenkins, (113)

Society, Steam Engine Makers:

  • Annual Report, The Twenty-seventh, 260

Society, Yorkshire College Engineering:

  • De Lava1 Steam Turbine, Mr. Konrad Anderson, (98)
  • Waterworks, Mr. E. J. Silcock, (187)
  • Locomotive Boilers, Mr. R. Waters, (160)
  • SOUTH Africa and “ The Engineer,” 563
  • South Kensington, Board of Education, Altera¬tion in Date of Examinations. (2141
  • Speed Counter, (31)
  • Speed Gear, Variable, M. de Montais, (214)
  • Standardisation of Pipo FlaDges and Flanged Fittings, Mr. R. E. Atkinson on, 405
  • Steam, (337), (344), (369), 527, 569, 599, 634
  • Ferry Launched by Messrs. Vickers, (287),
  • STt[n.Tng,d582The SChmidt Sy8Um T pSteS^l’ Shackleton and Flather’s Utilisation of Exhaust, Mr. John Buley on,

Steel:

  • Alloys, ComparativeStudy of some Low Carbon, Mr. J. A. Matthews on, 490
  • Alloy Nickel, Its Adaptationforthe Pendulums of High-grade Clocks, (630)
  • American Industry, Exited State of, 224
  • American, and the Trust, 142
  • Barrow Hematite Steel Company, Limited Bil for Approving Reduction of Shares, (433)
  • B WorS (89)°°" t0 be Adopted at Round Oak
  • Building, U.S.A., A Concrete and, (173)
  • Canada, First Batch ot Steel Hails Turned Out, (Ml)
  • Carbon and Phosphorus in, (176)
  • Chimneys, United States, 195
  • Company, The North-Eastern, Last Year’s Report, (271)
  • Composition Patented in America for Welding, (607)
  • Construction, American Workshop Methods in, Mr. H. B. Molesworth, 97, 120, 269
  • Corporation, United States, Appointment of Mr. Gary, (113); First Annual Report of, (237)
  • Corporation, The United States, Wages Paid Out by the Trust in its Initial Year, (485) Dominion Properties, Amalgamation of the Greatest Steel and Coal Industries, (376)
  • Effects of Concussion in, 169
  • Elimination of Silicon in the Acid Open-hearth Process of Making, Messrs. McWilliam and Hatfield, 489
  • English v. German, 634
  • Furnace of Herrick Design, Remarkable Run Made by, (13)
  • Imported into China from United Kingdom, and Falling off owingto Foreign Competition, (63)
  • Ironworks Equipment, (63), 67
  • Japan, Kure, Proposed Works, (511)
  • Japan, The New Government Iron and Steel Works in, 58
  • Making, Combined Blast Furnace and Open-air Process of, Mr. P. Eyermann on a, 490
  • Middlesbrough, Bell Brothers, Limited, New Plant, 535
  • and Nickel Steels, Thermo-Electricity of, M. G. Belloc, (113)
  • Open-hearth, Made in United States in 1898 and 1901, (561)
  • Open-hearth, Process for the Manufacture of, in Philadelphia, (386)
  • Open-hearth in the United States, 1893, 1899, 1900, 1901, Output of, (485)
  • Permanent Magnetic Movements of a Number of Specimens of, (166)
  • Pier at Bahia B'anca, (561)
  • Points on Movable Electrodes Used in Mexico by the User of an Oil Engine, (214)
  • Production, Bessemer, 388
  • Production Record Beaten by the Illinois Steel Company, (485)
  • Production of Siemens, United States, (433)
  • Production, United States, 1900, 23
  • Rail Mills at Sault St. Marie,Ontario, (37)
  • Spontaneous Fracture of, 569, 591
  • Structural, Still Scarce in the United States, (511)
  • Testing for Girders, How Should it be Done ? 31
  • Tests of Tool Steels at the Municipal School of Technology, (571)
  • Tool, Testing Experiments of, Manchester School of Technology, (471)
  • Trust, Competition with the American, 519
  • Expansion, Big Contract for Iron, 354 ;
  • Made by the Trust, (359)
  • Nickel, and the, 66
  • The Russian Minister’s Objections to, (485)
  • Wages Paid Out by the, in the United States, in its Initial Fiscal Year, (485)
  • Works, Cambria, U.S. A., 323
  • in Japan, The New Iron and, 581
  • The Jessop, (271), (371)
  • Kure, Japan, Proposed, (511)
  • Round Oak, Enlargement of the Earl of Dudley’s, (63), 67, (89)
  • Works, Tudboe, Removal of, to Cargo Fleet. (371)
  • in the United States, Iron and, 470
  • STEPHENSON and Co., Limited, Robt., Third Annual Meeting and Report, (271)
  • Storey and Sons, Limited, Work in Hand, (471)
  • Streams, Mr. L. B. Haupt on their Tendency to Assume a Zigzig Course, (511)
  • Streets in London, Naming New, (314)
  • Street-washing in London, Water Used, and Refuse Removed, (511)
  • Structural Costs, by a Manufacturer, 501, 579, 621
  • Structural Ironwork, Prof. John Goodman on, (169)
  • Strut, Adjustable Trenching, 136
  • Sugar Industry, Revival of the West Indian, 33
  • Sugar Machinery, Geo. Fletcher and Co., Limited, 623, 628
  • Sugar Refinerios in Denmark, 414
  • Sulphur in Coal, 514
  • Sunderland Technical College, Proposal to
  • Establish a Chair of Metallurgy, Fuel, Engi¬neering at, (324)
  • Sunflower Plant, Cultivation of, in Russia, for Manufacture of Oilcake, (459)
  • Superheaters, The Cruse Controllable Super¬heater Co., (471)

Supplements:

  • Boring Machine, Largo, Tangye Tool and Electric Company, Limited, April 18th, 1902
  • Bridge. Roath Docks, Great Western Railway, Mr. J. C. Inglis, February 28th, 1902 Engines, Triple - expansion, United States Battleships, Nos. 13 to 17, February 14th,
  • 1902, March 28th, 1902
  • Engines, Twin - screw Triple - expansion, s s. Arundel, April 4tb, 1902
  • H.M. First-class Battleship Queen, March 14th, 1902
  • Locomotive, Eight-coupled Coal, North-Eastern Railway, Mr, Worsdell, June ' 6th, 1902
  • Eight-wheeled, Six-conpled Tank, ’ Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway, Mr. E. S. 1 Luard, June 27th, 1902
  • Four-coupled Express, Furness Railway, Mr. W. F. Pettigrew, 1 February 14th, 1902, April 25th. 1902
  • Six-coupled Express, M. L. Salo- 1 mon, January 24tb, 1902
  • Machine Tools, Some Yorkshire, June 13th, 3 1902 3
  • Metro-gauge Fairlie, Burma Railway Company, the Vulcan Foundry Company, May 16ih, 'I 1902
  • Pumping Plant for Birkenhead Docks, W. H. Allen, Son and Co., Limited, January 10tb, 1902
  • Yorkshire Machine Tools, Some, June 13th, 1902
  • SURFACE Condensers, American, (459)
  • “Surveyor and Municipal and County Engineer,” Special Annual Issue, (214)
  • Swedish Mine, Purchase of, by the American Steel Trust Company, (314)
  • Switchboard Failures at Bath, 12
  • Syndicate of Sooth Russian Ironmasters, 586
  • Syria, Automobiles in Demand in, (511)
  • Syria, Tourist Traffic in, (511)

T

  • TABLE Bay and Simons Bay, Reclamation Works at, (37)
  • Tangye, Mr. Joseph, 564
  • Technical Education of Railway Apprentices in d France, 82
  • Technolexicon, A, (617)
  • Telegraph Cable between London and Glasgow, Proposed Underground, (214)
  • Cable, Underground, between London and Birmingham, (261)
  • Line from Capetown to Cairo, (287)
  • Line., East Africa, German, (261)
  • Service. Annual Account Issued by the Treasury, (237)
  • and Telephone Services, Australia, Report upon, (537)
  • Wires in Germany, Mileage of Under¬ground, (261)
  • Telegraphy, Cable-laying Plough, 439 The Imperial Cable, 179
  • Pernambuco, (607)
  • Wireless, a Captain’s Interesting Discovery with regard to, (335)
  • Wireless, Commandant Pereira’s, (58)
  • Wireless, at Dover, (13)
  • Wireless, from Dover to Portsmouth, (190)
  • Wireless in 1851, (13)
  • Wireless, Experiments at Kiel, (237)
  • Wireless, Prof. R. A. Fessenden's System, (485)
  • Wireless, From Gabes to Lake Tchad, (459)
  • Wireless, for the German Imperial Navy, (359)
  • Wireless, between Kherson and Golaja Pristan, (261)
  • Wireless, Marconi, Canada, (386)
  • Wireless, Mr. Marconi on the Introduction of the Tuning System, (459)
  • Wireless, Mr. Marconi on the Progress of, 613
  • Wireless, for Northern Lighthouses, (371
  • Wireless, Nova Sootian Coast Station, (281)
  • Wireless, Over 1551 Miles, (237)
  • Wireless on the Red Sea, (83)
  • Wireless in the Russian Navy, (37)
  • Wireless, Station Completed at Cape Breton, (630)
  • Telephone Exchange, Portsmouth Corporation, (366)
  • Licence, Municipal, The Dover Cor¬poration Decides not to Apply for, (89)
  • Lines, The Abyssinian, (214)
  • Lines Destroyed by the Fire in this Barbican, (433)
  • System in Chicago, A New, (433)
  • System, The Government, Its Area, (297) .
  • System in London, The Government, Opened, (214)
  • System, Municipal, Tunbridge Wells, Telephones, Municipal, Folkestone, (37)
  • Telephones in Stockholm, (459)
  • Telephonic Service, Brussels and Marseilles, I, (319)
  • Telephony, Municipal, for Manchester, (630)
  • Telephony and Telegraphy, Chicago, Divers Uses of Concrete Tunnels Built tor Wires and Cables, (314)
  • Telephony, Wireless, Mouschitsch System, (467)
  • Temperature in the British Islands, Records of. (459)
  • Temporley Coaling Gear, 170
  • Temperature ladicator, Mr. R. S. Whipple’s. (489)
  • Temperature, Mean, for 1901, at Greenwich, (533)
  • Temperature Recorders, Continuous, (490)
  • Temperature for the Year, Mean, When it Occurs, at Valentia, Falmouth, Aberdeen, and Kew, (459)
  • Testing Steel for Girders, 31
  • Textile Machinery Trade of Bolton, Depressed State of, (287)
  • Thames, Exceptionally Low Tide, (37)
  • Thermal Conductivity of Metal and Water, Rela¬tive, (459)
  • Thunderstorms, Instrument to Indicate and Record Approach of, (139)
  • Tin, 68
  • Tip, Self-acting, Stevensons Limited, at Green- hithe, 133
  • Tires, Early Pneumatic, 68
  • Tool-holder, 417, 441
  • Tool-holder, The Roberts, 358—set also 417
  • Tool Steels, Testing of, Experiments at the Man¬chester School of Technology, (471)
  • Tottenham District Council, Engine, Fire-escape, and Hose Tender to be Purchased by, (630)
  • Trade and Business Announcements, 27, 48, 77
  • 126, 152, 174, 2C0, 225, 303, 325, 372, 398, 417’ 473, 498, 550, 572, 594, 618, 639
  • Trade Development between Russia and Servia. (561)
  • Trade Prospects, 429
  • Trap, Return Steam, 331
  • Trade Union Law, 363
  • Trade Union Litigation, More, 462
  • Trading Company inTurkey, Association of Manu¬facturers at Home to Start a, (607)
  • Trading Methods, Municipal, 305

Tramways, Electric and other:

  • Barcelona, (583)
  • Barrow, (214)
  • Tramways, Electric, and other (font);
  • Berlin, (237)
  • Berlin, Light Rails Used on, (537)
  • Birkenhead, 438
  • Bradford to Keighley, (607)
  • Brussels, Unification of, (13)
  • Burnley, (335)
  • Calcutta, (314)
  • Cardiff, 172, (446)
  • Cars for the London County Council, Dick, Kerr and Co., 413
  • Chatham, 602
  • Congress, L'ght Railway and, 441
  • Doncaster Corporation, (568)
  • Dudley, Falling of Guide Wire, (537)
  • German Cities, Electric Traction in, 113, (537)
  • Glasgow, (261)
  • Gloucester, (63)
  • Lancaster, (433)
  • La Rochelle, Operated by Compressed Air, (607)
  • Leeds, Mr. J. B. Hamilton Appointed Traffic Manager, (190)
  • Liverpool, Accident on, (190)
  • Liverpool, Result of Municipal Working, (113): Steam Wagon Purchased by, (272); Average Passenger Fares, (433); Cost of Energy Supplied to, 438
  • London, Cost (f tho Condnit System, 182
  • County Council, Construction of Fifteen New Tramways Recom¬mended by, (630)
  • County Council’s, Tenders for, 211
  • United Electric, Good Friday and Easter Monday Traffic, (335)
  • United Tramway Company, Effect on the London and South-Western’s Local Traffic of the Opening of their Line, (630)
  • United Tramways Company, Exten¬sions Projected, (537); Traffic a
  • Year, (581); Line to Wimbledon, (570)
  • Manchester and Stockport and Denton, (561)
  • 1 Manchester, Traffic on, (37)
  • Middlesbrough, (50), (176)
  • Nice and the Surrounding Cantons, Mileage of Electric, (511)
  • Northampton, (433)
  • Parkstono, (261)
  • Pennwyllt, near Neath, First Sod Cat, (537)
  • Petrol Engines for, 632
  • Power Station of the Cleveland Electric, 635
  • Rail-drilling Machine, Joshua Buckton and Co., 427, 430
  • Rhondda, (63)
  • St. Petersburg and Moscow, Mono-rail, (231)
  • Salford, (409)
  • Scarborough, (237)
  • Scranton, U.S.A., System of Construction, (222)
  • Stockton,(50)
  • Snnbury to Hanwortb, (287)
  • Sunderland, (261)
  • Surface-contact Tramway System, A New, M. Cruvellier, 588
  • Systems to be Purchased by the London County Council, (607)
  • Todmorden, (386)
  • Trieste, (433)
  • United Kingdom, Parliamentary Returns of Traffic and Working Expenses, (214)
  • Weston-super-Mare, (472)
  • Wigan and District, (37)
  • Windsor and Maidenhead, Refused, (359)
  • Wolverhampton, 544
  • TRAVEL in Air, 12, 47, 71, 81.121,147,171, 194, 218, 219,244, (261), 295, 390, 417, 440, 467, 493
  • Trevithick, Mr, F. H., (89)
  • T-Square Club, 211
  • Trust, American Steel and the, 142
  • Fever, Japan Catches the, (561)
  • Mania in Italy, (561)
  • Shipbuilding, Men York, (583)
  • System, The, 585
  • M. de Witte’s Objections to, (485)
  • Tucker Stop Valve, The, 40
  • Tunnel, Through Mount Albula, 429, (583)
  • Concrete, Built by the Illinois Tele¬phone and Telegraph Company, Chicago, (314)
  • The Greenwich Footway, W. C. Copperthwaite on, 334
  • Simplon, (37), 605
  • Ventilation of the Mont Cenis, (287)
  • Tunnelling through the Thames _ Gravel, Subaqueous, A. H. Haigh on, 331
  • Turbines, Some Nctas od, F. J. Warburton, 149
  • Turbines, Steam, of e000 Horse power Capacity, Westinghouse Machine Company, (420)

U

  • UEHLING Pig Iron Casting Apparatus, Bolckow, Vaughan and Co., Limited. (301)
  • Underpinning, New York, A Heavy and Delicate Piece of, (485)
  • United States, Aroa of the, (386)
  • United States Ironand Steel Establishments, 1900,
  • Capital Invested in, (413)
  • University College, London, Lectures Arranged by Prof. Fleming, 69 Uttley, Mr. John, (99)

V

  • VALVE Gear, 121, 148
  • Gear of Locomotive Engines, 289
  • Motion that Promises to Save 40 per Cent., 469
  • Stop, for Water Mains, 40
  • Varnish-making under Pressure, Mr. A. J. Smith on, 98
  • Ventilation of Mines, Mechanical, Mr. W. Brown’s Report on, 590
  • of the Mont Cenis Tunnel, (287)
  • Sewer, Mr. Galt’s System, (113)
  • of Wells, 146
  • Verity’s Flexible Coupling, 117
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Limited, Annual Meet¬ing, (301)
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Provisional Agreement with Wm. Beardmore and Co,, (89)
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim and Wm. Beardmore and Co., (125)
  • Volcanoes, 493
  • Vulcan Foundry, Newton-le-Willows, The, 106, 107, 108, 110, 114

W

  • WAGON, Cable Drum, 521
  • War Material, 20
  • Warehouses, Messrs. C. C. Dunkerley, Limited, (49)
  • Water Cart, Military, 144
  • Dynamometer, Mr. W. Froude, 616
  • Power Development, United States, (74)
  • Plants in United States, (561)
  • Running to Waste in French Rivers, (139)
  • Running to Waste in Italian Rivers, (139)
  • Water Powers of the South of North America, <3862
  • Water Rights in Mississippi, Underground, (359) ; Water Shoes, Capt. Crossman’s, (335)
  • Water Softener, Continuous, Mr. T. R. Wollastcn, 178
  • Water-softening Plant, American, (496)
  • Water Sterilisation, Ozone for, 68 .

Water Supply:

  • Artesian Water Supply and Irrigation, W. Gibbons Cox, 402, 451, 504, 556
  • Autumn’s Drought, The, 134
  • Birmingham, 268
  • Bloemfontein, (409)
  • Calcutta, Volume of Filtered Water Daily r Pumped into, (459)
  • Cardiff, (335)
  • Cardiff Waterworks, Rainfall, (113)
  • Carlisle, (335)
  • Chicago, Water-meter System Advocated to Check Waste, (237)
  • Cleveland, Ohio, Water Meter Contract, (261)
  • Consett Undertaking Purchased by the Weardale and Shildon Waterworks Company, (359)
  • Glasgow, (190)
  • Knutsford, (214)
  • Leeds, Mr. E. J. Silcock on, (187)
  • Liverpool, Important Proposal for Increasing, (37), (89)
  • Llanelly, The Tariff, (498)
  • London, Protest of the Progressives of London County Council, (190)
  • Sir Wm. Crooko3 and Prof. Dewar’s Report on, (113)
  • Water Bill. The, 136, 143, 241, (355)
  • Water, Dr. Thorpe’s Report on, (139)
  • Manchester Corporation Reservoirs, (89), (335);
  • Second Water Pipe to Thirlmere, (335)
  • Manchester, Project for Bringing Sea Water to, (485)
  • Manchester, Prospects for the ComiDg Summer, (485); Second Pipe Line from Thirlmere, (237), (261)
  • Manchester, Stock of Water in the Longdendale Reservoirs, (630
  • Margate, (166)
  • Metropolitan, Official Reports on Condition of, (139), (287), (359)
  • Mines and Quarries, 1900, Number of Persons, Employed in, (630)
  • Motherwell, (231)
  • Billericay and Sixteen Parishes round, Scheme for a Well to be Sunk in the Chalk, (583)
  • Newlyn (Penzance), (166)
  • Nile Irrigation Works, Assiout, (89)
  • Otley, New Reservoir, (537)
  • Pittsburg, (314)
  • Pittsburg, Pa., United States, New Water¬works, 188
  • Providence, United States, and Population Supplied, (459)
  • Providence, R I Slow Sand Filtration for. (561)
  • Sanitary Engineering and Water Supply in
  • Sheffield Corporation's Water Undertaking, Financial Statements, (583)
  • Thames Valley Supply, (89)
  • United States, Purification of, 835
  • Wentwood, (498)
  • Wolverhampton, (48)
  • WATER Used in London for Street Washing, (511)
  • Water Wheels, Impulse, The Largest ever Con¬structed, (459)
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