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The Engineer 1903 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1903 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1903 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1903 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1903 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1903 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1903 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1903 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.

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List of Names.

A

  • ACHESON, Mr. E. G., Furnace for the Manu¬facture of Siloxican, 452
  • Alexandria, Centrifugal Pumping Engines for, Tangyes, Limited, 89
  • Allen, Son and Co., Mesara. W. H., Large Condenting Plant, 624, 525
  • Allison Smith, Automatic Coupler, 528
  • American International Exhibition of 1904, Map of Louisiana, 162
  • Archdale and Co., Limited, Jas., Electrically- driven Drilling Machine and Lathe, 175
  • Argentine Cruiser Moreno, 247
  • Asquith, Mr. W., Drilling and Boring Machine, 1 468
  • Atkins, Mr. G. J., Hypechlorite of Soda • Generator, 174

B

  • BALFOUR, R., Marine Installations for the Carriage of Refrigerated Cargoes, 424
  • Bamford’s Wind Engine, 432
  • Bell, Mr. Arthur L., Curves of Maximum Bending Moment, 469
  • Behize Motor Car Works, 465, 472
  • Blackstone's New Vaporiser, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 652
  • Blake, F. C., Petrol Locomotive, 47
  • Britannia Bridge, (553)
  • British Agricultural Machinery for the Colonies (Supplement, June 12th, 1903)
  • British Farm Machinery in Canada (Supplement, June 12th, 1903)
  • Buffalo Breakwater, 515, 516, 517
  • Burrell and Sons Compound Traction Engine, 43

C

  • CALEDONIAN Express Locomotive, Six-wheels Coupled, 331
  • Canadian Niagara Power Works, 142, 143
  • Capell’s Wind Engines, 435
  • Carnforth Hematite Iron Company, Blowing Engine, 332, 333
  • Centurion, First-class Battleship, 622, 631
  • Cette, Blast Furnace Plant at, 307, 312
  • Charron, Girardot et Voigt, Eight-cylinder Petrol Motor Car, 324
  • Chilian Battleship Construction, The New, Arm¬strong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, Sir Wm., 92
  • Clarke, Chapman and Co., Boiler Feed Pumps, 97
  • Clarkson Steam Car, The, 261, 262
  • Clayton and Shuttlewortb, Thrashing Machines (ÜL, iv., Supplement, June 12th, 1903)
  • Clayton and Shuttlewortb, Traction Engine, Road Roller, and Crane, 600
  • Clyde, Works and Shipyards on the, 6, 14, 126
  • Clydebank Dock, 200
  • Commonwealth, H.M.S., 518, 520, 550, 551
  • Cooper-Hewett Lamp and Static Converter, 74
  • Coulthard's Steam Lorry, Islington Show, 320
  • Crossley, Mr. W. J., Gas Engine Fly-wheel, 12
  • Crossley’s Experimental Compound Gas Engine,
  • Crystal Pa’aco Motor Car Show, 141, 160, 161, 212

D

  • DALTON, Mr. F. V.» Motor Car Too), 550
  • Dando Windmill, 435
  • Dacauville Char sis, Islington Show, 321
  • Dolter Surface Contact System, The, 272
  • Donaldson, Mr. H. F., Instrument for Measuring Pressure on Tools, 101
  • Dover Harbour Works, 610, 615, 619, 643
  • Dover, Promenade Subsidence at, 577
  • Dake and Ockenden’s Wind Ergine, 435
  • Durban Harbour Works, 417

E

  • EASTON and Co., Limited, 300 Horse-power Tandem Compound Engine for Superheated Steam (Supplement, January 30iZ, 1903), 115
  • Elderslie Graving Dock, 7, 14, 126*

F

  • FIELDING and Platt, Limited, Hydraulic Plate 1 Bender, 73
  • Firtb of Forth, Naval Basj on the, 265
  • Foster’s Colonial Thra^hiog Machine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Maize Shelter and Hoeker, and Telescopic Elevator, 655
  • France, Western Railway of, Express Engine, M. C'lerault (Supplement, May 15M, 1903), 492 '
  • French Racing Motor Cars, 412, 413
  • Fricker Maximum Demand Indicator, 479

G

  • GALLOWAYS, Limited, Blowing Engine, 332,333
  • Galloways, Limited, Vertical Blowing Engine, 268
  • Garrett’s Spark Arresters, Straw Burners and Thrashing Machines (xiv., xv., ii., Supplement, June 12lk, 1903)
  • Garvie Steam Pile Driver, The, 542
  • German Navy, Protected Searchlights in the, 221
  • Goold, Shapley and Muir's Wind Engine, 436
  • Granger’s Steam Trap, 390
  • Great Central Railway, Four-coupled Tank Engine, Mr. J. G. Robinson, 298
  • Great Eastern Railway Company's Steamer Brussels and her Engines (Supplement, January Sth, 1903), 34, 35
  • Great Eastern Railway Company’s Works at Stratford, 589, 590, 591, 592
  • Great Eastern Railway, Suburban Locomotive, Mr. Jas. Holden (Supplement, February (th, j 1903), 135
  • Great Northern Railway, Four-coupled Four- cylinder Locomotive, Mr. H. A. Ivatt, 89
  • Giinther and Sons, W., Turbines for a Textile Factory, 348

H

  • HALL'S Signalling System, North-Eastern Rail¬way, 617
  • Hamilton, Mr. J., Cold Saw, 475
  • Harrison, McGregor and Co., Limited, Mowing s and Heaping Machines (vii., viii., ix Supple¬ment, June 12lh, 1903)
  • Hayes Steam Launch, 266
  • Herbert, Limited, Alfred, Screw Pitch Tester, 165
  • Herbert, Limited, Messrs. Alfred, Milling Machine Methods, 513
  • Hill, Mr. E. J., Either-side Railway Wagon Brake, 121
  • Hornsby and Sons, Mowing and Reaping Ma¬chines, Ploughs (vii., ix , xii., Supplement, June , Wlh.lMH)
  • Howard, Messrs. J. and F., Horse Ploughs (x., xL, Supplement, June Y2.th, 1903)
  • Howard’s Long Straw Prees, Royal Agricultural s Society's Show, 655
  • Hoy, Mr. H. A., High-speed Eogine, 124, 125 d
  • Hubbard Gauge Frame, The, 422
  • Hulse and Co., Limited, Machine Tools for Loco¬motive Works, 221

I

  • ’’IDEAL Wind Engine, 435
  • India, Weirs in, 563
  • Indian Locomotive Works, Hydraulic Machinery for an, 10, 11
  • Italian First-class Battleship, Benedetto Brin, 389, 392

J

  • JOY, Mr. David, 290

K

  • KAYE and Sons, Misers. Joseph, Oil Can, 552
  • Kendall and Gent, Special Milling Machine, 400
  • Kimberley, Diamond Mining in, 59, 66, 113, 116. 117

L

  • LEEDS Forge Company, Limited, 40-Ton Steel Bogie Wagon, 177
  • London Bridge, Widening of, 83
  • London, Chatham and Dover Railway, Profile of, 213
  • London, Chatham and South-Eastern Railway, Express Passenger Engine, Mr. H. Wainwright (Supplement, February 27th, 1903), 213
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, Radial Tank Engine, Mr. R. J. Billington, 444
  • London, Brighton and Santb Coast Railway Extensions— Queen’s-road Bridge, 285
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway Improvements, Bridge over the London and South-Western Rail-ay, 488, 489 490, 491
  • London and North - Western Railway, Four- cylinder Compound Goods Locomotive, Mr. F. ( 1 W. Webb, 542
  • London and South-Western Railway Co.’s Ex¬tension at Clapham Junction, 453
  • London and South-Western Railway, Steam Motor Coach, 372
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Improvements, 96
  • London United Electric Tramways, Limited, , Power Station, 565, 568, 569

M

  • M’LAREN, Messrs. J. and H., 3000 Indicated Horse-power Triple-expansion Steam Engine, 313
  • McNaught Indicator, The, 311
  • Madeley Water Supply, Gas Power Plant, 147, 148
  • Mann’s Steam Cart and Wagon Works, 539, 540, 546
  • Mars Vertical Displacement Air Pump, Thomas and Marsland, 639
  • Marshall, Son and Co.’s Stacking and Thrashing Machines (v., iii., Supplement, June 12/A, 1903) ; Mather and Platt, Limited, Eight-pole Direct- I current Dynamo, 376
  • Matheson, Ewing, Roof Structures, 29, 30
  • Maud’s Windmill, 432
  • Merryweather and Sons, Chemical Fire Engine, 298
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Co.’s Watersoftening Plant, 349
  • Midland Railway Express Passenger Locomotive, z Mr. S. Johnson (Supplement, March 13th, 1903), ; 259,260
  • Miller Railway Signalling System, 176

N

  • NARRAGANSETT Oil-carrying Steamer, Messrs. Scott and Co., 500
  • Natal Government Railway Coal Wagons (30-Ton),
  • Newman, R. W., on the Effect of Design on Methods of Construction from a Contractor’s Point of View, 578, 603, 604
  • Niagara Falls, Electricity at, 647, 648, 650
  • Niagara Falls Observation Tower, 470
  • Niagara Falls Power Station, 62, 63
  • North British Railway Wagon, 6C0
  • Northern Railway of France, Steam Coach for, 476

O

  • ORIENT Pacific Liner Orontes and her Engines, Fairfield Company, Limited (Supplement, January 23rd, 1903), 85

P

  • PADERNO Viaduct, Italy, 383, 384, 441, 463
  • Paris Metropolitan Railway, Triple Tube Crossing, Parr, Mr. P. H., Types of Locomotive Connecting Rods, 187
  • Parion's Side-slip Preventer for Motor Cars, 37
  • Petter’s Agricultural Tractor (Royal Agricultural Society’s Show), 652
  • Petter and Sons, Limited, Jas. P., Oil Engine and Pump, 554 5,
  • Prior’s Leo Blast Furnaces, Compound Blowing Engines, Lillieshall and Co.. Limited (Supple¬ment!, February 13th and March 20th, 1903), 174

Q

  • QUEEN, The New Tarbine Channel Steamer, 614
  • Queen’s-road Bridge, London, Brighton, and South Co:st Railway Extensions, 285

R

  • R kNSOME, Sims and Jeffries, Ploughs, (r., Sup¬plement, June 12M, 1003), Cultivator, Horse¬rake, Potato Digger, xv.
  • Reid, Mr. G. W., Ten-wheels Coupled Narrow¬gauge Locomotive, 176
  • Reynolds, Mr. Michael, Locomotive, 72
  • Rhodesian Railways, Petrol Motor Trolley, 601
  • Riekie’s Proposed Express Locomotive, 350
  • Rigg, Arthur, Screw Propellers, 123
  • Roberts’ Wind Engine, 438
  • Robey and Co., Stacking Machines, v., vii., (Supplement, June 12th, 1903)
  • Rothesay Tramways, Combined Engine and Dynamo and Cars, 224
  • Rous-Marten, Chas. Automatic Buffer Coupling, 528
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Permanent Show ! Yard, Plan of, 151
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Windmill Trials, 431, 432, 433, 434, 435, 436, 437, 438, 439
  • Russian Power Station, Triple-expansion Engines Tosiand Co., 448, 449
  • Russian Training Ship Ocean, 5
  • Ruston and Proctor, Thrashing Machines, (Sup¬plement, June 12th, 1903), £, ii.

S

  • SAMUELS' Light Sleam Coach, 1849, 477
  • Saunderson’s Wind Engine, 440
  • Savage’s Steam Wagon, Islington Show, 320
  • Selig, Sonnenthal and Co., Screw-cutting Lathe. 452
  • Shrewsbury Waterworks, 612, 613
  • Simplon Railway, Six-coupled Express Passenger Engine, 309
  • Simplon Tunnel Works, 30, 31,32, 56, 57
  • Smith and Coventry, Limited, Heavy Boring Mill. 580
  • Smith Patent Safety Hook, 49
  • Soulanges Canal, Electrical Work on the, 38, 39
  • South Africa from an Engineer's Point of View, 133, 157, 282, 287, 407
  • Railway Maps of, and Views of the Cape Government Railways and Bridges, 158, 167, 183, 189, 246
  • Two-stage Air-compressing Engines for Messrs. Walker Brothers, 163
  • Repairing Broken Bridges in, 317
  • Sectional Business Map of, 207, 231
  • Bridges Destroyed by the Boers 340, 341
  • South African Railwaymen, Portraits of, 385, 388
  • Spanish Armoured Cruiser Cardenal Cisneros. 570, 572
  • Staines Reservoirs, 586, 587, 588, 593, 596
  • Stewart, Turner and Dixon’s Automatic Tram¬way Point Adjuster, 551
  • Stothert and Pitt, Electric Cranes for South America, 150
  • Sugden Superheater, The, 100
  • Sulzer Bros., 5000 Horse-power Three-cylinder Compound Engine (Supplement, April 24th,
  • Sykes’ Wind Engine, 434

T

  • TANGYE3, Limited, Centrifugal Pumping Engines, 89
  • Tangye Tool and Electric Company, Limited. Milling Machine Head, 173
  • Tennant, W. J., The Planimeter Explained with¬out Mathematics, 75
  • Thomas and Son, Wind Engine, 431
  • Timbrell and Wright Machine Tool and Engineering Company, Limited, Capstan Lathe for > High-speed Brass Working. 658
  • Titt, Mr. John Wallis, 30ft. Wind-pumping Engine, 16ft. Direct-acting Mil), 432, 433
  • Tooting and Westminster Tramways, Temporary Generating Station, Tramcar Controller, Elec¬tric Cars, Sections of Conduit Tube Centering Insulator, Rail Trolley, 493, 494, 495, 502 ’
  • Turkish Battleship Messondiyeh, 70, 71
  • Tamer’s Crashing Mill (xvi., Supplement, June 12fA, 1903)
  • Tyne Railway Bridge, I he new, 373, 374

U

  • UNITED States Bracket Bridge Works, 386
  • United States Bridge Building 209, 237, 238. 239, 242, 283, 357, 408, 466, 510, 536, 538

V

  • VALTELLINA High-tension Three-phase Rail¬way, Electric Goods Locomotive (Supplement, February 20th, 1903), 138, 139, 140, 184, 185
  • ValtelliDa High-tension Three-phase Railway, 110, 112, 138, 139, 140, 234, 235
  • Vauxhall Bridge, New, 541
  • Viaur Viaduct, 216, 217
  • Vickers' Armour Plates, 23, 24

W

  • WARD and Co., Messrs. H. W., Large Turret Lathe (Supplement, April 3rd, 1903), 193, 335
  • Warner’s Wind Engine, 437
  • Western Hydraulic Engineering Company, Hy¬draulic Locomotive Wheel Press, 10
  • Westinghouse Works, Manchester, Water Tower, Pearson and Knowles Coal and Iron Company, Limited, 363, 361, 365
  • White and Co., Messrs. Sam., Steam Lifeboat Lady Forrest, 576
  • Whiting Double-sheave Winding Engine, Whiting Hoist, 415, 416
  • Wilkinson and Sons, G., Lathe for High Speed Steel, 314
  • Willesdon Eleotrical Extension, 5000 Horse-power Engine and Two-phase Alternator and Valves and Valve Gear, Sulzer Bros, and Ko'.bsn and Co., 363, 396. 397, 409, 410, 411
  • Wilskemp Smoke Consumer, The, 480
  • Wilson and Co., Limited, John, 2-Ton Jib Crane, 543
  • Wolverhampton, Surface Contaot Tramways at,
  • Woods, Mr. Edward, 625
  • Wotton and Chayney, Messrs., Sack Weighing Machine, 276

Y

  • YARROW, Mr. A. F., “Dignity and Impu¬dence,” 166
  • Mr. A. F., Shallow Draught Vessel, 375
  • Engines, Putting Solid Rings on to a Solid Piston, 122
  • and Co.'s Works, Poplar, 611, 626
  • “Young America,” A Floating School, 291

Subject Matter

A

  • AGRICULTURAL Maobinery for the Colonies, British (Supplement, June 12th, 1903)
  • Armour Plates, Vickers’, 23, 24
  • Automatic Buffer Coupling, Allison Smith’s, 528

B

  • BOILER Feed Pomps, Clarke, Chapman and Co., 97
  • Brake, Either-side Railway Wagon, Mr. E. J. Hill, 121
  • Breakwater, Buffalo, 515, 516, 517
  • Bridge, The Britannia, (558)
  • Building, U.S., 209, 237, 238, 239, 242, 283, 357, 386, 408, 466, 510, 536, 538
  • destroyed by the Boers, 317, 340, 341
  • over the London and South-Western Railway, London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Improvements, 488, 489, 490, 491
  • London, Widening of, 83
  • New Vauxhall, 541
  • Queen’s-road, London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, 285
  • in South Africa, Repairing Broken, 317, 340, 341
  • Tyne Railway, 373, 374

C

  • CONDENSING Plant, Large, Messrs. W. H. Allen, Son and Co., 524, 525
  • Cranes, Electric, for South Amerioa, Stothert and Pitt, 150
  • Crane, 2-Ton Jib, John Wilson and Co., Limited, 543.
  • Crushing Mill, Turner’s (xvi., Supplement, June , 12M, 1903)
  • Curves of Maximum Bending Moment, Mr. W. Asquith, 469 |

D

  • DESIGN, Effect of, on Methods of Construction from a Contractor's Point of View, R. W. Newmann, 578, 603, 604
  • Diamond Mining in Kimberley, 59, 66, 118, 116,
  • Dock, Clydebank, 200
  • Dock, Elderslie Graving, 7, 14, 126
  • Drilling and Boring Machine, Mr. W. Asquith,
  • Drilling Machine and Lathe, Electrically-driven, Jas. Archdale and Co., Limited, 175
  • Dynamo, 375 Kilowatt, Mather and Platt, Limited, 376

E

  • ELECTRIC Lamp and Static Converter, The Cooper-Hewitt, 74
  • Power Station, Niagara Falls, 62, 63
  • Power Works, Canadian Niagara, 142, 143
  • Railway, Valtellina, 110, 112, 138, 139, 140, 284, 235
  • Work on the Soulanges Canal, 38, 39
  • Electricity at Niagara Falls, 647, 648, 650
  • Electro-metallurgical Production of Iron and Steel, 264, 265
  • Elevator, Telescopic, Foster's, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 655
  • Engine and Alternator (5000 Horse-power), Valves and Valve Gear, Sulzer Bros., Willesden Electrical Extensions, 368, 396, 397, 409, 410, 411
  • Blowing, Galloways, Limited, 332, 333
  • Centrifugal Pumping, Tangyes, Limited, for Alexandria, 89
  • Chemioal Fire, Merryweather and Sons, 298
  • Compound Blowing, Lüliesball Company, Limited, Priors Lee Blast Furnaces (Supplements, February 13th and March 20th, 1903), 174
  • Compound Traction, Burrell and Sons, 43 Crossley’s Experimental Compound Gas,
  • “Dignity and Impudence," Mr. A. F. Yarrow, 166
  • Double sheave Winding, Whiting’s, 415,
  • High-speed, Mr. H. A. Iloy, 124, 125
  • Oil, and Pump, Jas. P. Petter and Sons, Limited, 554
  • Three-cylinder Compound (5000 Horse¬power (Supplement, April '24th, 1903)
  • Two-stage Air-compressing, for South Africa, Messrs. Walker Bros., 163
  • 800 Horse-power Tandem Compound, for Superheated Steam, Easton and Co , Limited (Supplement, January 30th 1903), 115
  • Triple-expansion, Russian Power Station, 448, 449
  • Triple-expansion, 3000 I.H.P., Messrs. J. and H. McLaren, 313
  • Vertical Blowing, Galloways, Limited, 268
  • Engineer’s Point of View, South Africa from an, 133, 157, 282, 287, 407

F

  • FARM Machinery in Canada, British (Supplement, June 12th, 1903)
  • Ferro-concrete Piles, Berlin- Wedding Law Courts. 612
  • Fire Engine, Chemical, Merryweather and Sons, 298
  • Fly-wheel, Gas Engine, Mr. W. J. Crossley, 12

G

  • GASgPowar Plant, Madeley Water Supply, 147,
  • Gange, Water, Hulburd Engineering Company, Grinding Machine and some Tools, The, 359

H

  • HARBOUR Works, Dover, 610, 615, 619, 643
  • Harbour Works, Durban, 417
  • Hook, Safety, Smith Patent, 49
  • Hydraulic Machinery for an Indian Locomotive Works, 10, 11
  • Hypochlorite of Soda Generator, Mr. G. J. Atkins, 174

I

  • INDICATOR, Fricker Maximum, 479
  • Indicator, McNaught, 311
  • Iron and Steel, Electro-metallurgical Production of, 264, 265

L

  • LATHE, Capstan, for High-speed Brass Working Timbrell and Wright Machine Tool and Engi¬neering Company, 658
  • Lathe, Large Turret, H. W. Ward and Co. (Supplement, April 3rd, 1903), 139, 335
  • Lathe, 9in. High-speed, G. Wilkinson and Sons, 314
  • Lathe, Screw-cutting, Selig, Sonnenthal and Co., 452
  • Looomotive, Riekie's Proposed Express, 350
  • Michael Reynolds, 72
  • Connecting-rods, Types of, 187
  • Electric Goode, Valtellina Railway, Ganz and Co. (Supplement, Feb¬ruary 20th, 1903)
  • Locomotive, Ex prefs Passenger, London, Chatham, and South-Eastern Railway,
  • Mr. H. Wainwright (Supplement, February 27th, 1903), 213
  • Express Passenger, Midland Railway, Mr. S. Johnson (Supplement, March 13th, 1903), 259, 260
  • Four-coupled, Four-cylinder, Mr. H. A. Ivatt, Great Northern Railway, 89
  • Four-coupled Tank, Great Central Railway, Mr. J. G. Robinson, 298
  • Four-cylinder Compound Goods,
  • London and North-Western, Mr. F. W. Webb, 542
  • Four-wheels Coupled Compound Express, Western Railway of France, M. Clerault [Supplement, May 15th, 1903), 492
  • Petrol, F. C. Blake, 47
  • Radial Tank, London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, Mr. R. J.
  • Billinton, 444
  • Six-coupled Express Passenger, Simplon Railway, 309
  • Six-wheels Coupled Express, Cale¬donian, 331
  • Suburban, Mr. James Holden, Great Eastern Railway (Supplement, February Sth, 1903), 135
  • Ten-wheels Coupled Narrow Gauge, Mr. G. W. Reid, 176
  • Wheel Press, Hydraulic, for Indian Locomotive Works, 10

M

  • MACHINE Tools for Locomotive Works, Hulse and Co., Limited, 221
  • Map of tbo Province of Louisiana, 162
  • Map of South Africa, Sectional Business, 207, 231
  • Maps and Views of South African Railway and , Bridges, 158, 167, 183, 189, 246
  • Measuring Pressure on Tools, Instrument for, Mr. II. F. Donaldson. 101
  • Metropolitan Railway, Paris, Triple Tube Crossing, 525
  • Mill, Heavy Boriog, Smith and Coventry, Limited, 580
  • Milling Machine Head, Tangye Tool and Electric Company, Limited, 173
  • Milling Machine, Special, Kendall and Gent, 400
  • Milling Machines, Messrs. Alf. Herbert, Limited, 513
  • Motor Car, Eight-cj Under Petrol, Charron, Girardot et Voigt, 324
  • French Racing, 412, 413
  • Show, Crystal Palace, 141, 160, 161, 212
  • Show, Islington, Savage’s Steam Wagon, Coulthard’s Steam Lorry, 320 ; Decauville Chassis, 321
  • Too), Mr. F. V. Dalton, 550
  • Works, Bekize, 465, 472
  • Works, Mann’s, 539, 540, 516
  • Motor Trolley, Petrol, Rhodesian Railways, 601
  • Mowing and Reaping Machines, Harrison, McGregor and Co. (vii., viii., ix , Supplement, June 12th, 1903)

N

  • NAVAL Base on the Firth of Forth, 265

O

  • OBSERVATION Tower, Niagara Falls, 470
  • Oil Can, Messrs. J. Kaye and Sons, 552

P

  • PILE Driver, Steam, The Garvie, 542
  • Planimeter Explained without Mathematics, W. J. Tennant, 75
  • Plate Bender, Hydraulic, Fielding and Platt, Limited, 73
  • Ploughs, Messrs. J. and F. H award ; Hornsby ana Sons ; Ransomo, Sims, and Jefferies (Sup¬plement, June 12th, 1903)
  • Portrait, Mr. David Joy, 290
  • Portrait, Mr. Edward Woods, 625
  • Portraits of South African Railway Men, 385, 388
  • Press, Leng Straw, Howard’s (Riyal Agricultural Society’s Show), 655
  • Pumps, Boiler Feed, Clarke, Chapman and Co., 97
  • Pump, Vertical Displacement Air, Thomas and Maryland, 639

R

  • RAILWAY Improvements, London, Brighton, and South Coast, 96
  • Profile of London, Chatham, and Dover, 213
  • London and South-Western, Ex¬tensions nt Clapham Junction, 453
  • Valtellina High-tension Three-phase, 138, 139, 140, 181, 185
  • Works, Great Eastern, at Stratford, 589, 590, 591, 592
  • Refrigerated Cargoes, Marine Installations for the Carriage of, R. Balfour, 424
  • Reservoirs, Staines, 586, 587, 588. 593, 596 Rolling Stock, North British Railway, High- capacity Wagon, 600
  • Rolling Stock, Natal Government Railway, 30 Ton Coal Wagons, 324
  • Rolling Stock, 40-Ton Steel Bogie Wagon, Leeds Forge Company, Limited, 177
  • Roof Structures, Progress in the Design of, Ewing ' Matheson, 29, 30

S

  • SAW, Cold, Mr. J. Hamilton, 475
  • Screw Pitoh Tester, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 165
  • Screw Propellers, Arthur Rigg, 123
  • Searchlights, Protected, for the German Navy, 221

Ships:—

  • Battleships, British: —
  • Centurion, 622, 631
  • Commonwealth, 518, 520, 550, 551
  • Foreign:—
  • Chilian, Constitucion, 92
  • Italian, Banedetto Brin, 389,392
  • Tarkisb, Messoudiyeh, 70, 71
  • Cruisers, Foreign:—
  • Argentine, Moreno Spanish, Cardenal Cisneros, 570,572
  • Mercantile and Passenger, British:—
  • Channel Steamer, Turbine, 614
  • Great Eastern Railway Company’s Passenger Steamer Brussels (Supplement, Januai >/ 9i/<, 1903), 34, 35
  • Lifeboat, Steam, Lady Forrest, Messrs. S. White and Co., 576
  • Oil-carrying Steamer, Narragansett, Messrs. Scott and Co., 500
  • Orient Pacific Liner Orontes (Supplement, Januari/ 23rd, 1903), 85
  • Shallow Draught Vessel, Mr. A. F. Yarrcw, 375
  • Steam Launch, Hayes, 266
  • American:—
  • Floating School, The Young America, 291
  • Russian:—
  • Training Ship Ocean, 5
  • SHIPYARDS on the Clyde, Works and, 6,14,126
  • Showyard, Permanent, Royal Agricultural Society’s, 151
  • Side-slip Preventer for Motor Cars, Parson’s, 37
  • Signalling System, Hall’s, North-Eastern Rail¬way, 617
  • Signalling System, Railway, The Miller, 176
  • Siloxicon, Furnace for the Manufacture of, Mr E. G. Acheson, 452
  • Smoke Consumer, The Wilskemp, 480
  • Solid Rings on to a Solid Piston, Putting, 122
  • Spark Arresters, Garrett’s (Supplement, June 12th, 1903)
  • Stacking Machines, Marshall, Sons and C Robey and Co. (Supplement, June 12M, 1903)
  • Steam Coach, Light, Mr Samuel’s, 1849, 477
  • Steam Motor Railway Coach, South-Western and London Brighton, and South Coast, D. Drum¬mond, 372
  • Steam Railway Coach for the North of France, 476
  • Steam Trap, Granger’s, 390
  • Straw Burners, Garrett's and Robey’s (xiv., xv. Supplement, June 12(A, 1903)
  • Subsidence, Dover Promenade, 577
  • Superheater, Sugden, 1C0
  • Surface Contact System, The Dolter, 272

T

  • THRASHING Maobine, Maiz9 Shelter and Husker, Foster’s (Royal Agricultural Society’s Show), 655
  • Thrashing Maohines, Ruston and Prootor, Clay¬ton and Shuttleworth, Marshall Sons and Co., Garrett (Supplement, June 12M, 1903)
  • Traction Engine, Road Roller, and Crane, Clay¬ton and Shuttleworth, 600
  • Tractor, Petter's Agricultural (Royal Agricultural Society's Show), 652
  • Tramways, Power Station, London United Electric, 565, 568, 569
  • Point Adjuster, Automatic, Stewart, Tamer and Dixon’s, 551
  • Rothesay, Combined Engine and Dynamo, and Cars, 224
  • Surface Contact, Wolverhampton,
  • Totting and Westminster, 493, 494, 495, 502
  • Tunnel Works, Simplon, 30, 31, 32, 56, 57
  • Turbines, Mixed Flow, W. Giinther and Sins, 348

U-V

  • VAPORISER, Blackstone's, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 652
  • Viaduct Paderno, 383, 384, 441, 463
  • Viaduct, Viaur, 216, 217

W-Y

  • WAGON, High-capacity, North British, 600
  • Wagons (30-Ton), Coal, Natal Government Rail¬way, 324
  • Water-softening Plant, Metropolitan Electric Supply Company’s, 349
  • Water Tower, Westinghouse Works, Manchester 363, 364, 365
  • Waterworks, Shrewsbury, 612, 613
  • Weighing Machine, Sack, Messrs. Wotton and Chayney, 276
  • Weirs in India, 563
  • Wind Engines, Riyal Agricultural Society’s Trials 431, 432, 433, 434, 435, 436, 437, 438, 439