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The Engineer 1903 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
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Accidents, Explosions, and Fires

  • Brettell-lane, Staffordshire, Bursting of Canal and Flooding of Collieries, (504)
  • Bridge Collapse, Uckfield, (12)
  • Bursting of a Locomotive Boiler, South Wales Pottery Works, (338)
  • Coatbridge, Mysterious Occurrence causing Two Deaths, (283)
  • Collapse of Brickwork Lining of Blast Furnace, Barrow, (477)
  • Collapse of Steel Structure, Motherwell, (462)
  • Earthquake, Lisbon, (163)
  • Electric Discharge, Workman Injured by, (91)
  • Explosion, Boiler, Batman’s Hill, Preston, 42, (589)
  • of Chlorate of Potash, (140)
  • Denree Fort, Lough Swilly, (6p) leknield-square, 330, 383
  • of Nitro-glycerine, Faversham, (477)
  • of Shell, Gorbio, near Mentone, (144)
  • Fall of Earth in Caisson Chamber of Hebburn-on-Tyne Graving Dock, (66)
  • Fire, Cundall and Sens’ Premises, (39)
  • at Eton College, Precautionary Measures against Recurrence, (117)
  • Incendiary, Petroleum District of Baku, (140)
  • Paris Railway, 166
  • Snoqualmie Falls Power Station. (504)
  • Gis Main, Norwich, Smashed by Fall of a Girder, (597)
  • Kansas Street Car Accident, (573)
  • Mysore, Flooding of Town owing to a Breached Tank at, (528)
  • Netherton Colliery, Half-way Gutter Pit, (126), (190)
  • New York City, Street Accidents in Two Weeks, (551)
  • Sacriston Colliery, Inrush of Water, (528)
  • Storm at Dover, Curious, (163)
  • Union-Castle Liner, Three Men Crushed by Slipping of a Propeller Shaft, (140)
  • Woolwich Arsenal, Explosion at, (12) Workmen, Accidents to, 142
  • ADMIRALTY Buildings, Work Stopped owing to Water below the Surface, (236)
  • Aerial Ropeway for Highland Quarries, Messrs. J, W. Henderson, 498 ; Messrs. John M. Henderson, 533
  • Acredreme, Steam, Prof. Langley’s, (206)
  • Africa, South, Irrigation in, 467
  • Agricultural Implements Exported from the United States, (597)
  • Machinery, Manufacture of, in Germany, (351)
  • Royal Show, 16, 17 West Siberia, Demand for, (673)
  • Air, Absorption of, by Petrol, 99
  • Compressor, Portable, Davey, Paxman and Co., Limited, 193
  • Compressor, Steam-driven, Messrs. Rsavoll and Co , Limited, 457
  • Friction, Mr. W. Odell on, 299 Resistance to Trains, 166
  • Airship, Mr. L. J. Anderson’s Trials with Model of a New, (477)
  • Dr. Barton’s, (65), (213), (351) Dr. Largley’s, Failure of, (427) M. Santos Dumont and his, (374) Messrs, Spencer Brothers’, (65), (213), (259)
  • X / also Balloons
  • Airedale Ironworks, New Shops, (338)
  • Alcohol Carburetters, Captain C. C. Longridge, 2C6
  • Combustion, Phenomena of, Captain C. C. Longridge, 324
  • Fuel for Oil Engines, Tests in New York, (65)
  • Output in Peru, (283)
  • United States, Reduction of Tax on, for Use in the Arts and in Heating and Lighting, (65)
  • Algeria, Cork and Aleppo Pine Forests in, (236) Al[oy used for Bearings in Use in America, (375) Alloys of Iron, Nickel, and Manganese, Mr, R. A. Hadfield on, 6
  • Almanacs and Calendars for 1904, 596, 618 Aluminium Alloyed with Chromium, Qualities of, (454)
  • for Sharpening Fine Cutting Instruments, Herr Bernhard’s Experiments with, (528)
  • Production in the United States, (528) Pulverisation of, (39), (163) United States Production, (65) World’s Supply of, (140)
  • America, Engineering and other Notes from, Letters from our own Correspondents Americans and Clay, The, 262
  • Ammonia used for Refrigerators, Importance of Testing, (163)
  • Andrew, Mr. Herbert, (375)
  • Annealing Ovens, 224
  • Anta Exterminated by the Plague in Bombay, (163)
  • Ants in New Orleans, An Unlooked-for Saquence in the Drainag-j of, (213)

Appointments and Resignations: Appointments:

  • Adair, Major, (293) Baker, Mr. Alfred, (117), (126)
  • Barnes, Mr. Arthur GorelJ, (127)
  • Brick well, Mr, A. J., Great Northern Railway, (39)
  • Cutler, Mr. H. A., (259) Daniels, Mr. Chas. N. (316)
  • Davis, Mr. Lewis, (316)
  • De Courcy Hamilton, Cipt. J., (117) Deeley, Mr. R. M., (528)
  • Dixon, Mr. Archibald, (117), (127)
  • Ewing, Prof. J. A., (117) Fearnley, Mr. A. R., (607)
  • Fell, Mr. A. L. 0., Presentation to at Sheffield, (463), (607)
  • Frazer, Mr. F. H., (65)
  • Hays, Mr., (93)
  • Hele-Shaw,:.Pfof. H. S., (427) Horton, Mr. W. H., (477) Howe, Major Church, (316)
  • Hunter, Mr. Michael Joseph, (175)
  • Inglis, Mr. Jas. C., Great Western Rulway, (12)
  • Meeres, Major, (293) Paget, Mr. Cecil, (259), (551)
  • Pearce, Mr. Standeu Leonard, (573)
  • Smith, Mr. F. G., (551) Thompson, Mr. A. M., (12), (39)
  • Walmisley, Mr. A. T., (477) Whitehouse, Mr. (128) Wilkinson, Mr. J., (91)

Resignations:

  • Bowles, Rear-Admiral F. Tiffany, (477) Byrne, Mr. Julian, (454)
  • Mappin, Sir F. T., (39)
  • Metzger, Mr. G. F., (375)
  • Wallis, Mr. Chas., and Son’s, from Firm of P. Wright and Sons, (22)
  • Wilkinson, Mr. C. N,, (573)

APPRENTICES, Advancement of, 332

  • Technical Institution for, (490), (513)
  • Training of. Report of the Education Committee of the North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, (618), (629)
  • Apprenticeship, College or, 182
  • Argon, New Method of Preparing, MM. H. Moissan and A. R'gaut, (551)

Armour Plates:

  • Attack, Theory and Practice of, 57 Cammell K.C. Plate Tested, A 6in , (51) German Steel Arsenals, 49
  • Manufactories of the United States, (620) Orders in Hand for, John Brown and Co., Limited, (23)
  • Russia, Putiloff and Nikopol-Marinpol Works Re-organised, (39)
  • ARMOURED Concrete, 346, (383), 457 Armstrong, Lord, Memorials to, (351) Arsenal for Australia, A State, (328)
  • Artesian Borings in Q leensland, Deep, 404 Asphalt, Trinidad, (328)
  • Association, British sc British Association :

Association, Cable Makers’:

  • Flexible Cords to a Special Spscificati m, (140)

Association, The Decimal:

  • Bill to be introduced in the House of Lords for the Adoption of Metric Weights and Measures in the United Kingdom, (550)
  • Association of Engineers, Leeds:
  • Chains and Ropes for Lifting Purposes, Mr. W. H. Drake, (464)
  • Coals and their Economic Use, Mr. Benjamin Holgate, 557
  • Visit, Britannia and Trent Works, 174

Association of Engineers, Manchester:

  • Condensing Plant, Mr. W. H. Roy, 547 Copper in Engineering Practice, Some Applications of, Mr. W. B. Storey, (583)
  • Election of New Officers, (595) Forty-eighth Discussion Session, (351)
  • Quarterly Meetings, Election of Members, (315) Speeds of Machine Tools, Mr. P. V. Vernon, 510
  • Steam Traps, Discussion on, 604 Steels, High-Speed Tool, Dr. Nicolson on, 416 Visit to Messrs. Craven Bros.’ Works, Reddish, . 379

Association of German Engineers:

  • Borderland J between Technical Progress and Practical Economics, Professor Schni oiler, (65)

Association, Incorporated Electrical;

  • Presidential Address, Mr. J. F. C. Snell, (93)
  • Association of Managers of Sewage Disposal Works:
  • Visit to the Leeds Sewage Works, (222)

Association of Mechanical Engineers, Birmingham:

  • Conveyors, Mr. A. Little on, (488) Opening Meeting of the Session (328)
  • Association of Waterworks Engineers, British :
  • Eighth Annual Winter Meeting, (490), (538) Programme of the Eighth Annual General Meeting, 45
  • Pviising of Water from Deep Wells and Borings by Compressed Air, W. H. Maxwell, 173
  • ASSOUAN Dam, Model of, (477)
  • Astbury, Mr, Jas., (50J)
  • I Audit, Local, 196
  • Australia, Notes from—see Letters from our own Correspondents
  • Australasian Mails for 1904, (594)
  • Automania in a New Light, 24
  • BACTERIA to United States Farmers to Enrich the Soil, Gratuitous Distribution of, (190)
  • Bacterial Treatment of Water and Sewage up to Date, by Dr. Percy Frankland, 29
  • Ballast for Railways, 204
  • Balloon Ascents on June 4th, Scientific, (117)
  • Dirigible, Expenditure Sanctioned by Mr. Brodrick on Experiments with, (190)
  • ' Paul and Pierre Lebaudy’s, Distance
  • Traversed by, (39)
  • M. Santos-Domont’s Offer to General A nd 16, Experiments at Belfort or Nancy, (163)
  • See also Airships
  • Barrow Island to be Made a Coaling Depot, (620) Barrow, Mr. John James, (86)
  • Becquerel Rays, Action of, on the Nervous System and the Eye, (12)
  • Beddington, Mr. J. C., (104)
  • Belfort Electric Works, 88, 89, 114, 115, 116
  • Berbera, Major-General Egerton’s Order for Parsons’ Pumps for, and Arrival of Three Chaplains, (163)

Bills:

  • Australian Patents, 193, (194)
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, (12)
  • Motor Car, The Government’s, 38, 42, 162,166, 200,(213)
  • Newfoundland, Bill to Provide Bounties on Iron and Steel Made in, (39)
  • Pontyp idd Tramways, (24)
  • Railway, Capetown Assembly, (12)
  • Railway, City and South London Extentions, (12)
  • Sheffield Corporation, (65)
  • BINGHAM, Col. J. E , His Business Jubilee, . (337)
  • Bircbenough, Mr. II., His Report Upon South African Trade, 505, 520
  • Birmingham, Tame and Rea District Drainage Boaid, (440)
  • Blast Furnace at Hanyang, Output of One, (528) Blast Furnace Plant at Buffalo, New, (294)
  • Blast Furnace, Temperature Reactions in the, 84, 86
  • Blue-book on South African Trade, The New, 505, 520
  • Board of Trade Perplexities. 216
  • Board of Trade Returns, 240
  • Board of Trade Returns of Emigration from the United Kingdom, (283)

Boilers:

  • Artificial Draught, as Applied by Fans to Steam, Mr, W. H. A. Robertson, 672
  • Austrian Cylindrical Marine, Unable to Compete with British, (91)
  • Belleville, of the Hyacinth, Eurepa, and Spaitiate, 14,28
  • Cochran and Co.’s, Limited, forOaborne College, (148)
  • Explosion, Batman’s Hill, Preston, 42, (589) External Furnaces and Steam, 332, (358) Feed-wator Regulators, Mr. A, G. Mumford, 501
  • Gauge Tester for, the Vulcan, 603 Guns and Water-tube, 171 Holden’s Lancashire, 73
  • Marine, 14, 28
  • Niclausse, American Report on U.S. Battleship Maine, Tested, 596
  • Niclausse, Letter from Willans and Robinson, Limited, 368
  • Niclausse, in the United States Navy, 531 Scotch, of the Minerva, 14
  • Sederholm, (213)
  • Standardising Structural Parts of Lancashire, Recommendations as to, (22), (223)
  • Tubes, American Nickel Steel, 696, (620) U.S., Numbar of Killed and Injured by, (401) Water-tube, Circulation in, 451, 485 Water-tube, Testing Niclausee, (283)
  • BOLT and Stud Trimmer, Whitlock Bros., 189 Boring and Facing Machine, Mr, Geo. Swift, 453 Boring Machine, 60ft. Vertical, Mr. John Riddell, 369, 372, 373
  • Borocalcite, The Mineral, (608)
  • Brailsford, Mr. Joseph, on Foreign Competition, 660
  • Brakes, Band, by J. S. V. Bickford, 521 Bramwell, Sir Fred., 549 (Portrait)

Bridges, Railway and other:

  • Amsterdam Canal, New Swing Bridge over, 287
  • Argentina, Roads and Bridges for, (504) Blackwell’s Island, Eist River, New York, Nickel Steel to be used for the Eye-bars, (306)
  • Bordeaux Ferry, MM. Dayde and Pille, 208 Border, Condition Causes Anxiety, (454) Chain Cable Suspension, 224 Connell Ferry Railway, 256, 257, 281, 282, 291 Design for a, J. A. King, (195) Egypt, Across the Nile, 68 Forth, Half-year’s Traffic Receipts, (140) Girna, India, G.I.P. Railway, 326, 327
  • Great Western Railway, near Widening of, (630)
  • Italian Stone Arch, Adriatic Morbegno, 371
  • Kertch, Railway Across the Gu'f of, (39) King Edward VII., over the Thames, Mr. C. A, Brereton on, (278)
  • Lambeth, 90, (117), (375) Limits of Working Stress in, 493, 618, 548, 558 London, Cranes for, 126
  • Widening of, 334, 335 Brighton, and South Coast Railway, New, 156, 157
  • New Southwark, 334
  • Maidenhead Freed, (464) Manhattan, The New, 156 Mersey, Between Carrington and Fiixton, Proposed, (464)
  • New York Cantilever, 410 ; Tenders for, (462) Niagara, Rocct-faced Stone Arch, 350, 352 Ouse, near Uckfield Station, Collapse of, (12) Peradeniya “Satinwood,” Removal of, (551) Rhine, Ruhrort-ll jmburg, over the, 219 Rhone, Suspension Bridge at Vernaison over the, 63
  • Seine, Moving, 566, 567
  • Seine, Paris Metropolitan, (163) Southwark, (171), 255
  • Standard Railway, Leader on, 307 Suspension, M. R. F. Arnodin, 635 Sydney Harbour, (128)
  • Thames, A New Sjuthwark, 384 Toulouse, Armoured Concrete Foot, 481 Train Ferry Landing, New Orleans, (560) U.S.A,, Grand Rapids, Armoured Concrete, 555 Niagara, Rock-laced Stone Arch, 350, 352
  • Manhattan, The New, 156 New York, Cantilever, 410, (462) Vauxhall, The New, 228, 229, 230, 612, 6i3 Vernaisou, Suspension, 63 Walney Channel, Projected, (269) Work Imported, 1901, 1902 : Imported from United States and Great Britain to Japan, (39)^ „
  • Yenikale Straits near Kertch, Projected and Cost of, (163)

British Association:

  • Air Friction, Preliminary Experiments upon, Mr. W. Odell, 299
  • Alternators, Parallel Working of, Mr. B. Hop- kineon, 279
  • Aluminium Alloys as Affected by Exposure, Electric Conductivity of Certain, Professor E, Wilson, 279
  • Aluminium as an Electrical Conductor, Mr, J. B. C. Kershaw, 279
  • Automobile Construction, Developments in, T. Clarkson, 278, 313
  • Electrical Propulsion as the General Means of Transport, Mr. J. N. Shoolbred, 279
  • Forbes Infantry Range-finder, Further Experimental Trials with, Prof. G. Forbes, 298
  • Forbes Infantry Range-finder, Future of the, Leader on, 307
  • Gas Engine Explosions, Mr. H. E. Wimperis, 299, 511
  • Gas Explosions, Experiments in, Messrs. L. Bairstow and A. D. Alexander, 300
  • Graphical Analysis, Illustrations of, Mr. J. I Harrison, Section G, 278
  • King Edward VII. Bridge over the Thames, Mr. C. A. Brereton, Section G, 278 Locomobile Design, Improvements in, Mr. T. I C.arkson, Section G, 278, 313
  • Macadamised Roads, Effects of Traffic and Weather on, Mr. T. Aitken, 299
  • Manchester Municipal Technical Institute, Mr. J, H. Reynolds, Section G, 278
  • Martinique and St. Vincent, Eruptions of 1902, Dr. Flett, 278
  • Mirror Extensometer, New Form of, Mr. G. Morrow, 300
  • Modern Street Traffic, Problems of, Lieut.-Col. Crompton, 278
  • Monophase Induction Repulsion Motors, Mr, Wm, Cramp, 299
  • Mono-rail High-speed Express, and the M«»n- Chester and Liverpool Express Railway, Mr. F. B. Bahr, 298
  • Motors, Single-phase Repulsion, Mr. W. Cramp, 279
  • Natural Gas in Sussex, History of its Discovery, Mr. R. Pearson, 299
  • Pendulum Apparatus for Testing Steel as regards Brittleness, Mr. E. G. Iz)d, 299
  • Permanent Set in Cast Iron due to Small Stresses, and its Bearing on the Design of Piston Rings and Springs, Mr. C. H. Wingfield, 299
  • Potable Waters in South-West Lancashire, Nature and Quality of some. Prof. Campbell Brown, Section G, 278
  • Preliminary Programme of Papers Engineering Section, (224)
  • Presidential Address, Southport, Sir Lockyer, 255 (290)
  • Presidential Address in Section G, Hawksley, 278
  • CAISSON, Launch of a Large, (151)
  • Calcium Carbide, New Use for, (620)
  • Calender for Operating upon Jute Goods, Messrs.
  • Naysmith, Wilson and Co.’s Patent, (315) California, End of the Long Drought, (528) Cammelland Co.. Ltd., Amalgamation with Laird Bros.,i337), (388) (439)
  • Canada, Notes from, 531

Canals:

  • Ambrose Channel, New York Harbour, 70 Amsternam, New Swing Bridge over, 287 Baltic to the Black Sea, 287
  • Bruges and Zeebrngge, (504)
  • Cannes, The Long-promised “Canal du Loup,” (213)
  • Engineering, Recent Improvements in, Mr. Gerald Fitz Gibbon, 5
  • Forth and Clyde Ship, 404
  • France du Nord, (504)
  • Illinois and Mississippi or Hennepin, (163)
  • Manchester Ship, June, July, and August Traffic Returns, (117). (140), (190), (328)
  • Manchester Ship, Proposal to Dam the Mersey and Construct a Diversion, (427)
  • Miami and Erie, Electric Towage, (91), 224
  • Midland Ship Canal Scheme, (375)
  • North Sea and Baltic, Traffic Returns, (117), (236), 326, (328), (454), (573)
  • Panama Treaty, (283)
  • Scourbridge Extension, Bursting of the, (504)
  • Suez, Annual Report, (163); Maximum Draught allowed for Ships Using, (236); Traffic Receipts on Two Days in August, 1902 and 1903, (140); Traffic, 1901, 1902, (213)
  • Sweden, Christianstadt and Ahus, (528)
  • White Sea and Lake Onega, (620)
  • CANCER by Electric Osmose, Treatment of, (351) Cannes, Drainage Work, (236)
  • Carborundum and Emery for Abrasive Purposes, Relative Value of, (573)
  • Carborundum, Manufacture of, (427)
  • Cargo Flees Iron Company and South Durham Steel and Iron Company, Amalgamation of, (607)
  • Carnegie, Mr., Offer to the Borough of Harwich, (292)
  • Cascade, Artificial, at Louisiana, Purchase Exhibition, (401)
  • Casting, The Biggest, 504, 533
  • Catalogues, (17), 50, 64, 99, 113,148, 200,224, 247, 292, 339, 413, 438, 464, 485, 536, 582, 604
  • Cement, Dhintegration of, 435
  • Output, Canada, (569) Portland—see Portland Cement
  • Tests now in Vcgue, D. B. Butler on Certain Vexatious and Fallacious, 385 Central Marine Engine Works, West Hartlepool, Machinery Turned out in 1903, (629)
  • Chains and Ropes for Lifting Purposes, Mr, W. H. Drake on, (464)
  • Chain Works in Austria unable to Compete with British Prices, (91)
  • Changes in the Sea-coast of the United. Kingdom, 659
  • Chemical Industry in Germany, Firms Occupied in, Value of Products, Wages, fee., (140)
  • Chimney 250ft. 6in. in Height, Boston, (351)
  • Chimneys, New German Method of Constructing, (401)
  • China, British Engineer Engaged to Report on Ore-producing Districts, (376)
  • Chopping Hard Wood, 416, 462
  • Clay, The Americans and, 262
  • Clock, The Largest in the World, under Construction at Milwaukee, (306)
  • Clutch, New Form of Friction, Professor Hele- Shaw, 132

Coal:

  • American Output, 1902, (401)
  • Anthracite Mines, Portugal, (233) ,
  • South Wales, and Output Capacity, (427)
  • Output, Pennsylvanian Mines, (454)
  • Barcelona, Imported into, (290)
  • Barrow, Fuel at, (251)
  • Bengal Shipments to Colombo in a Week, (504) Bradford and other Districts, (283)
  • Brazil, Recent Discovery of Coal Measures in, (620)
  • Briquettes in France, How Made, (401)
  • British Imports of, into Bordeaux, Increase of, (91)
  • British Trade in, at Dantzig, (213)
  • Cape Colony, Output, (163)
  • China, Mining in, 172
  • Commission, the, 192
  • Conveyors, Automatic, for Boiler-houses, 357 Cutter, Diamond, 159
  • Cutting, Mechanical, Mr. T. E. Forster on, (401)
  • Cutting, Mechanical, Long-wall Machines, (351)
  • Deterioration of, (291)
  • Drowned, (100)
  • Economic Use of, Mr. Benjamin Holgate on, 657
  • France, Twenty-seven New Shafts Sank in, Estimated Production, (504)
  • French Imports of, from United Kingdom, (477)
  • German Syndicate, 329
  • Germany, Eight Months’ Output, (422) Foreign Imports of, into, (477)
  • Gothenburg, Imports, (140) .
  • Hoist, Hydraulic, Glasgow Harbour, Sir Wm. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Suppleineiit, Xoi'cmber 1903), 376, 380, 499, 603
  • Japan Mines of Milke, (454)
  • Luxemburg, New Soft Basin, (427)
  • Manchuria, Russia Reserves to itself the Right of Exploitation, (551)
  • Naphtha as a Substitute for, on Russian Railways, (209)
  • Natal Output, (351)
  • Navy, Consumption io the, 480
  • Newcastle v. Westphalian, for Pauillac Blast
  • Furnaces, (91)
  • Norway’s Imports, (140)
  • Pennsylvanian Output of Anthracite and Bituminous, (39)
  • Ruabon Districts, Old Collieries to be Released from Submerging Water, (283)
  • Seebpore, Largely Used for Steam-raising in India, (306)
  • Shipping in India, (148)
  • Siberia, (528)
  • South Yorkshire Coalfield, Development of, 356. 400
  • Spanish Imports of Coke and, (604)
  • Spitzhergen, (328)
  • Storage of, 238, 238 309,
  • Subaqueous Storage of Steam, by J. Macaulay, 415
  • Trade during the Last Half Century, Ou- 110
  • Trade, Mr. A. B. Markham on, (439)
  • Transvaal, (246)
  • Trimming at Sunderland South Docks, Reform of, (528)
  • Tyne Shipments of, &c., (477)
  • United States Production of Coal and Coke, (306), (431)
  • Weighing Machine, Automatic, Messrs. W. and C. Avery, 384
  • Welsh, for Briquettes, La Rochelle Contract Renewal, (91)
  • COCHRANE, Mr. William, (561), (562)
  • Coefficient of Thermal Surface—Conductivity across Surface of Separation of a Solid and a Fluid, Experiments on the, (213)
  • Coke Imported into Spain, (504)
  • Manufacture, Germany, (375)
  • Manufacture, Nord District of France, (454) Ovens, Altoona and Pittsburg, Daily Output, (427)
  • Ovens, Gary W., Va., United States, (401) Production, United States, 1901-1902, (306) Shipment from the Tyne, (477)
  • Cold Storage Question—see Institute of Sanitary Engineers, Papers Read at
  • College or Apprenticeship, Lewis H. Ransome, 182
  • Compressor Air Dangerous to Health, (427) ' Concrete, Armoured, 346, (383)
  • Condensing with Limited Water Supply, Mr, W, H. Roy, 547
  • Condensing Water, 576
  • Conservation of Energy, 22, 46, 529, 539, 581, 606, 625
  • Contractors’ Liabilities in the Erection of Sea Walls, 113
  • Conveyor Plant for a Boiler-house, 357
  • Coopers Hill College, 99, 163, 167

Copper:

  • Japan’s Output, (140)
  • Price of, 423
  • Montana Mines to be Re-opened, (536)
  • Silicide, (306)
  • United States’ Production, 1902 and 1901, (283)
  • World’s Production, 146
  • CORK Forests, Algeria, Treatment of, (236) Corn Production, 1903, United States, (528) Corundum from Bauxite. Artificial, (464) Cost of Power, 34, 81, 107, 131. 153, 179, 239 Cotton Industry in Australia, (573)
  • Mills Shut Down, Massachusetts, (163)
  • Spindles and Loonas of the World, and of
  • Great Britain, and Products of, (39) Cranes, American Railway Yard, 558
  • Dover Pier, 66, 61
  • Electric Derrick, at the Royal Show, 16 Electric Shipbuilding, Kiel, 344, 349 Electric, Scurtevant Foundry, Boston, 560
  • Electrically-driven Gantry, Messrs. C. and A, Musker, 154, 161
  • Cranes, Hydro-Electric, 50-Tou, Mr.
  • Churchward 1903), 623
  • London Bridge, Jessop and Appleby Brothers, 126
  • Pneumatic Travelling, (181)
  • Railway Breakdown, Messrs.
  • Sheldon and Co., Limited, 495, 507
  • Single Rail Electric Workshop, Soc. Alsacienne de Constructions M^oa- niques, 82, 89
  • Travelling Steam Jib, 50-Ton, John H. Wilson and Co., Limited, [Sypplem'mt, October 2nd, 1903), 333
  • Craven Brothers, Limited, Works of, 379
  • Crawshay, Mr. Richard, (440)
  • Crasher and Riddle for a Granite Quarry, W.
  • Richards and Son, 146
  • Cupola, A Humming, 560
  • Customs Convention, The New, 41
  • Cutlers’ Feast, The, (388)
  • Cutlery, Foreign Trade in, (269), (331)
  • Cycles and Other “ Velocipedes,” Revenue from Taxation of, (401)
  • Cycles in Use in France, 1902, (375)
  • Cylinder Oil and Cylinder Lubrication, H. M. Wells, 55, 108, 132, 155, 240
  • DAIRY Implements, Separators, Prizes Offered by the Russian Department of Agriculture, (65) Dangers of Paraffin Oil, 476
  • Darlington Works of Robert Stephenson and Co., 253, 260, 274, 275, 2S4
  • Decimal Association, The, and Bill for the Compulsory Adoption of Metric Weights and Measures, (550), (551)
  • Diamond Drills for the Orange River Colony, 167 Diamonds in Liberia, Discovery of, (163) Diamonds, Moissan Process for Artificial Production of, (351)
  • Dick, Mr. Geo. Alexander, 311
  • Disc Grinder, Universal, 356
  • Distillation of Water, Economic, 433

Docks :

  • Bombay, Scheme for New, (140), (597)
  • Boulogne, Deep Tidal, (65)
  • Cardiff, The New, 603
  • Clydebank, Eiecfcric Equipment of the, 572
  • Durban, Floating, for, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 172
  • Hebburn-on-Tyne Graving Dock, Fall of Earth in Caisson, (65)
  • Launch of a Large Caisson at Chepstow for No. 9 Dock, Chatham, (151)
  • Mersey, Docks and Harbour Board Bill, its Object, (12); Works in Progress and Contemplated, (620)
  • Modern Equipment of, Mr. Walter Pitt on, 4
  • Newport, Extension, 263, (440), (477)
  • Pembroke, New Barracks at, (477)
  • Rotterdam, Clyde-built Floating, Wm. Hamilton and Co., 36

Dockyard Notes:

  • American Cruisers Pennsylvania and Maryland, Launch of, 311
  • American Fleet at Spithead, 41
  • American Visitors at Portsmouth, Entertainment of, Chief Vessel, the Kearsarge, 19
  • Asbestos Clothing, German Sailors Clad in, 98 Atlantic Manceuvres, 162
  • Austrian Battleships, First of the New, Erzherzog Karl, 162
  • Battleships of the Britannia Class to be made more or less King Edwards, 555
  • Belleisle Experiments, 292
  • Belleisle, Unexploded Shell found on, 44] B.-rwick with NiclausSe Boilers to Join the Cruiser Squadron, 524
  • Berwick not to be put in the Cruiser Squadron, 555
  • “Black Ships,” Last of the, in Dock at Portsmouth, 355
  • Boiler Committee, Reported Retirement of, 572 British Destroyer Itchen, Messrs. Laird, 355 British Engine-room Complements, Penchant for the Belleville, 355
  • Centurion’s Re-construction, 44, 217 Centurion, A “ First-class ” Battleship, 458 Chinese Cruiser fluan Tai, The Lost, 191 Classification of Ships, Absurd, 458 Cruiser Squadron, Speed Trials, 458 Dominion, The, 217
  • Drake, Record of Speed held by, 458
  • Drake, Rumours Concerning her Leaking, 524 Engine-room Defects, 555
  • Fire on Board the Hermes, 572
  • Firing Experiments at French and British Turret Ships, 194
  • Firing of the Big Gun of the Henri IV. on Sheep Placed in the Turret Below, 311
  • Fisher, Admiral Sir J., Takes Command at Portsmouth, 121
  • “Fisher” Scheme, The New, 311 •
  • Fitting of Submerged Tubes and ths Naval Policy of America, 500
  • Flying Machine, A New, 44
  • France, Agitation against Sacrifice of tection to Speed, 500
  • French Battleship Henri IV., Trials of, 325
  • Battleship Neptune in Hand “Transformation,” 325
  • Battleship Suffren, Firing at the, 194, 217
  • Cruiser Friant, Breakdown of, 311 Cruiser Marseillaise’s Trials, 44 Destroyer Javeliue, Her Normand Boilers, 325
  • Submarines, Six New, 481
  • German Battleship Preussen, 481 Cruiser Roon, 142 Navy, Go-ahead Nature of the. Sailors’
  • Asbestos Clothing, 98
  • Gladiator, Cruiser, to be Relieved on the Mediterranean Station by the Furious, 500
  • Glatton Fired at by the Hotspur, 194
  • Glory, Her Speed Trials, 481
  • Good Hope, Recent Disaster, Rumours Respecting, 162, 217
  • Grey Paint to be Discarded for British Warships in Favour of Black, 458
  • Guns at Southsea Castle, Firing of the New, 64
  • Henri IV., Effecton Sheep of the Firing of the Big Gun, 311
  • Hermes, The Cruiser, Forthcoming Boiler Trials 500 ’
  • Hindustan, Launch of the Battleship, 500
  • Holland, More Battleship Cruisers of the
  • Kdningin Regent3S Type, 311
  • Howe, Refit and Steam Trials of the, 292
  • Italian Battleship Roma, 355
  • Japanese Cruisers that have had their Military Tops Replaced by Signal Masts, 624
  • Japan’s Water-tube Boiler, 98
  • Medea-Medusa Trials, 431, 458
  • Mines Exploded at Portsmouth, 458
  • Monitor (llatton, The Old, 292
  • Monmouth, Gun and Torpedo Trials of the 292 • ’
  • Naval Gunnery, The Importation of Actuality into, 481
  • Naval Manceuvres, 64, 98, 121, 162, 194
  • Naval Manceuvre Blue-book, 555
  • Navy League’s Excursion to Portsmouth, Incident of, (19)
  • New Scheme, The, 481
  • Portugal, Reconstruction of the old Vasco da Gama, 311
  • Prince George, Damage to and Repair of, 431, 458
  • Queen, Battleship, Trials of, 500
  • Royal Sovereign, Progress of, 431
  • Russian Battleships, The New, 142, 292
  • Slava, 162 Tsarewitch, 142, lo2 Zlatoust and Efslafi in the Black Sea, 292
  • Cruisers Almaz and Kagul Launched, 98
  • Dmitri Donskoi Ordered to ths Far East, 458
  • Three New, 142
  • Flying Squadron at the Pirmus, 311 Gromoboi, 602 and Japanese Forces Equally Matched, 431
  • Osliabla at Spszz’a with Hole in Bottom, 431
  • “ Pshabia,” Misprint for ‘’Osliabia,”
  • 602
  • Programme, Lieutenant C. Bellaira and “ Diplomaticus ” on, 325
  • Rossia and Rurik, 602
  • Ships Reported to have left Spezzia for the Far East, 572, 602
  • Submarines Reported Failures, 311 Vladimir Monomakh, 602
  • Scout, Speed of the New, 162
  • Sheerness, Alterations at, (259)
  • Smoke Nuisance, Lord Beresford and the, 524
  • Spartiate’s Record Consumption and the French Marseillaise’s, 44
  • Spartiate to be Made into a Training Ship for
  • Belleville Boiler Work, 194
  • Speed Decided on by the Moderate Dimension Party in America, 500
  • Standardisation of Boilers, 44
  • Stoker and a Dockyardsman, The Case of a, (325)
  • Submarine Al Arrives at Portsmouth, 121, 142, 162
  • Al, Queer Stories about, 379
  • Boat No, 3, Collision with a Ryde Steamer, 603
  •  ! Submarine’s Sea Cruise, 64
  • Swedish Battleship Oscar II., 355
  • Thames, The Old Cruiser, made Mother Ship of the Submarines, 121
  • Torpedo Course, the “ Fisher ” Scheme, 311
  • Torpedo Operations, 162
  • Turkish Cruiser Abdul Medjldie, 162
  • Turbine Destroyer Velox at Portsmouth, 292
  • U.S. Maine, Trials of, 325, 500
  • U.S. Monitor Wyoming, Speed Triab, 500
  • Unprotected Ironclads, 458
  • Victory, Ramming of the, 431
  • Warships, Orders placed for New, 458
  • ”Watts” Battleships, Names of the Three New, 509
  • Yarrow and Cylindrical Boilers for the New Cruisers, 458
  • DOVER Harbour Works, 4
  • Drainage System in New Orleans, Extraordinary
  • Results of the New, (163)
  • Drawing Appliances, New, Messrs. Longmans, Green and Co., 424
  • Dredger, Combined Suction and Bucket, A. F. Smulders, 474
  • Dredgers, Gold, 552, 555, 618, 625
  • Drilled Holes, 84
  • Drills, Brandt, Used in the Albula Tunnel, (477) Drought in the South-West of North America, Long, (620)
  • Dabs, Charles Ralph, 95
  • Durban Harbour, Floating Workshop (Supplement Scptemitev 1903), 301
  • Durham University College, Completion of, (351) Dust Destructor, Windsor, (283), (351)
  • Dust-laying on Roads by Means of Oil, IndMH on, (140)
  • EARNINGS / Whafc are, 453
  • Earthquake, Lisbon, (163)
  • Earth Slopes from Erosion, Protecting, (39) Education, Eogineering, 13, (22), 98, 99 Educational Commission, The Moseley, 191
  • Education Scheme, The Rosebery, 195
  • Efficiency, Sir William Allan on, (490) Eiffel Tower to be Pulled Down, Cost of, (351)

Electric:

  • Alternators, Two and Three-phase, Dick, Kerr and Co., 432, 433
  • Apparatus for Measurement of Small Inductances, (597)
  • Appliances in Peru, Demand for, (306)
  • Auxiliary Plant in Central Stations, Comparison between Steam and Eleotrically-driven, Messrs. Taite and Downe, 102
  • Belfort Works, Society Alsacienne de Constructions Meeaniques, 82, 89, 114,115, 116
  • Berlin Electric Company’s Report, (91)
  • Buoys, New York Harbour Replaced by Pintscb Gas Buoys, (351)
  • Cables for Sfc. Panora? Borough Council, British against Foreign, (283)
  • Combinations in Germany, 600
  • Conductivity of Tramway Conductor Kails, Mr. J. A. Capp, 627
  • Conductor, Alum’nium as a, Mr. J. B. C. Kershaw, 279
  • Cranes, Kiel, 344, 349
  • Crane, Kushworth Bros,, Royal Show, 16
  • Crane, Single-rail Workshop, Soci^t^ Alsacienne de Constructions Mecaniques, 82, 89
  • Current for Motive Power in Rotherham, Price of, (603)
  • Development, Canadian, at Niagara, 136, 138, 139
  • Development in Capa Colony, (290) Discharge from a 5500-Volt Three-phase Circuit, ^Workman Subjected to a, (91)
  • Discharges, High-frequency, Mr. K. P. How- grave Graham on, 3b
  • Enerineer’s Department, Devonport Dockyard, Organisation of, (551)
  • Exports from the U.S., (259)
  • Generating Stations, Fuel Economy in, Mr. H. McLaren, 133, 147
  • Generator, Continuous Current, Messrs. J. P. Hall and Co., 96, 97
  • Generator, Costing £90, Base 6/t. square, 5ft. high, Mr. Edison’s, (351)
  • Gramme, Z6nobe, Monument to, (427)
  • Hack Saw, E. J. Herbert, Limited, 196 Haulage on the M?ami and Erie Canal, (91) Hiuling Engine, 469
  • Hydro-electric Works, LaPraz, Savoy, 187 Installation at Lodore, Messrs. Gunther and Sons, 239
  • Installations at the Teesdale Works and at the Stockton Corporation’s Quay, (23)
  • La Praz Works, Savoy, Manufacture of Aluminium, 187
  • Lathe?, Tangye Tool and E ectric Company 92, 97
  • Lathe, Hexagon Turret, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 18
  • Liquid Resistance Switch, Messrs. Steel, Peach and Tozer, Limited, 350
  • Machinery in Russia, Promising Field for, (213) Massachusetts, Decrease in Expense of Manufacturing Electric Current (375)
  • Mihiog Appliances, Some, Union Electricitats Gesellschatt, 469, 471, 475
  • Motors in a Factory, U.S.A., (265)
  • with Power taken from the Public Mains more Economical in New York than Gas Engines, (376)
  • Municipal Trading in, 622
  • Niagara Falls Hydraulic Power and Manufacturing Company, Extensive Improvements, (375)
  • Ordinance in Chicago respecting Licences for Electric Machinery, (573)
  • Paper Insulation for Wire and Cables, (620) Pneumatic Hammer, Messrs. B. and S. Massey, 410
  • Port Elizabeth, (504)
  • Power in Central Genarating Stations, 141 Davelopcd by Spier Falls on the Hudson, (528) for Durban, (124) Faroe Islands, (628) Generated and Used by the St. Louis Exhibition, (328)
  • Generating Station D/iven by Steam Turbines, Sfc. Ouen, (651) and Lighting Station, Aston, (336) Line Shaft in Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg Railway Shops Operated by, (401)
  • Plants, Black Forest, (3C 6)
  • Plants, U.S., (306), 314
  • Plant of the World’s Fair, St. Louis, (236)
  • Stations, Canadian, Niagara Falls. 136, 138, 139
  • Stations, Main and Auxiliary, Steam Pipa Work for, Mr. H. Baker on, (594)
  • Stations, Modern, Mr. P. D. lonides, (550)
  • Station, Steam Turbine, Chicago, (198) Works in Dalmatia, The Kerka, (596) Progress in the Nineteenth Century, Professor Andrew Gray on, 476
  • Propulsion as a General Means of Transport, Mr. I. N. Shoolbred on, 279
  • Pump, Hydraulic Power, Edison Electric Company, (401)
  • Sinking, 356
  • 1000 Horse-power, 469, 470, 471, 475
  • Ram, Mr. G. Scott, His Visits to all Electric Stations, 28
  • Repulsion Motors, Single-phase, Mr. Cramp on, (279)
  • Rotary Converters Operated Six-phase, Advantages of, (213)
  • Rotary Converters Operated Six-phase, Output of, (620)
  • Spiers Falls on the Hudson, Total Power Developed by, (528)
  • Stations and the Factory Act, 28
  • Steam Alternator (250-Kilowalt) for Bloemfontein, Crompton and Co., Limited, and Beiliss and Morcom, 74
  • Storage Battery, Mr, Edison’s, (190)
  • Systems, Protective Devices for High-tension, Mr. Woodhouse, 279
  • Supply Works, Dartmouth, 399
  • Towing System for Canal Boats, A Working Exhibition of, at Schenectady, (551)
  • Traction, Lorain System of, Mr. H. Vickers on, (76)
  • Traction on North-Eastern Railway, 88, (125) Transmission Line, Long - distance High Voltage, Central Mexico, (551)
  • Turbine and Dynamo, Gunther and Sons, 239 ivr.\7/.s'Steam Acceleration, Notes on, P. W, D’Alton and Dr. John Mannheim; 443 Victoria Falls Power Scheme, The, 263
  • Water Power of the River Tano, on the Gold Coast, Use of, (551)
  • Development in France, Professor Janet on the Cost of, (573)
  • Used by France, The U.S. and Norway, (551)
  • Well Pumps, Electrically-driven, Messrs. Alf, Williams and Co., 594
  • Winding Engines, 471, 475
  • Wires, Rats and, 606
  • Works, Belfort, 82, 89, 114, 115, 116

Electric Light:

  • Anderson, Indiana, U.S.A., Interesting Plant, (2o9)
  • Bactericidal Effects of, Superior to those of Sunlight, (236)
  • Berlin, Price of, Reduced in, (236)
  • Bexley, (351)
  • Boston, New Station Operated by Steam Turbines, (259)
  • Buoys, New York Harbour Abandoned, (351)
  • Capri, (283)
  • Clitberoe, Lancashire, (401)
  • Eddystone Lighthouse, (351), (551)
  • Faroe Islands, Suggested, (628)
  • Filament in Glow Lamps, Treatment of the, (236)
  • Filaments in Incandescent Lamps, Chemical Treatment of, (597)
  • Glasgow, Cost and Revenue, (283) Incandescent, for Lighthouses, (351), (551) Lizard Lighthouse, (351)
  • Marylebone, 599
  • Massachusetts, Decrease in Cost, (375)
  • New York, City Plant, (76)
  • Port Elizabeth, (501)
  • Sydney, (409)
  • U.S. Plants, (306). (314)
  • West Bromwich (375), (386), (410)

Electricity:

  • American Law and, 347
  • Cutting Trees by Means of, Experiments made in France,(528)
  • Danger from, for the Fireman, in Directing a Stream of Water on an O’ojsct Carrying Electric Current, (236)
  • Glass Manufacture, Use of, iu, 395
  • Hertzian Waves, The Earth a Conductor of, (504)
  • Looms to be Driven by, in the Black Forest, (306)
  • Petersburg. Use of, in, (427)
  • School of, Harris Institute, Preston, (351)
  • Slaby, Prof., His Experiments proving the Earth’s Surface to Play an Important Part as a Conductor of Hertzian Waves, (504)
  • Supply Station, The First American Equipped with Diesel Oil Engines, (259)
  • Supply Stations, Summary of, (91)
  • Works, Berlin, Agreement of the Berlin Municipality with the, (213)
  • Works, Cheltenham Municipal, Worked at a Loss, (259)
  • Works, Dartmouth, 399
  • Works, Doncaster, Proposed Loan for Extension of, (620)
  • Works, Wind-driven, Pref. La Cour on, 450
  • ELWAN, Major, (223)
  • Emigration from the United Kingdom, Board of
  • Trade Returns, (283)

Engineering:

  • American News, of—see Letters from our own Correspondents
  • Conference, 4—10, (65)
  • Crystal Palace School of, 623
  • Education, 99
  • Employers and Employed in, 194
  • Feat Accomplished by the Horden Collieries, Limited, (52)
  • Impressions of the United States, German, 187 Industlies Exhibitions in Glasgow, 426 Instruction as it Concerns Executive OfiBcers of the United States Navy, (401)
  • Special Piece of. Spur Wheel with Cast Iron Centre and Steel Rim and Forged Pinion, Scott and Hodgson, (513)
  • Standards, (21), 309, 426
  • Standards Committee, 557
  • Structures, Value of White Paints on, 227, 290, (309), 332
  • Work on a Sugar Plantation, 577

Engineers:

  • Apprentices, Education of. Circular of the Manchester Municipal School of Technology, 409 Club, The, (538)
  • Consuliing, and Foreign Machinery, (625) Coopers Hill College, 99
  • Electrical, for Morocco, (573)
  • Engineer in South Africa, Mr. Stafford Ransome, (242)
  • Institution of Motor, Proposed Establishment of an,(620)
  • Level, Messrs. W. F. Stanley and Co., 194
  • Manufacture of, 220, 240, 267
  • Royal, and Promotion, 194
  • Training of, (198)

Engines:

  • Bearings of Naval, by a Naval Engineer, 370 ; Letter on, from Superintendent Engineer, 400
  • Blowing, The Design of, (124)
  • Breakdowns of, 400
  • Central Marine Engine Works, Machinery Turned Out in 1903, (629)
  • Combined Engine and Dynamo, 220-Kilowatts, John Fowler and Co., Limited, 160
  • Defective Valve Gear, A, S. E. Ackermann on,(332)
  • Diesel, A. J. Lawson, (171); Mr. H. Ade Clark on, 111
  • Explosions, Gas, Mr. H. E. Wimperis on, 299, 511
  • Future of the Oil, 354
  • Gas, Messrs. Crossley Bros., (22)
  • Gas, 150-Horse-power Four-cylinder, Fielding and Platt, Limited, 205, 206, 207
  • Governing Gas and Petrol, Mr. Dugald Clerk on, 457
  • Heat, A Novel, 449
  • Marine, Compound Surface Condensing, Mr. A. G. Mumford, 160, 161
  • Governieg, Mr. Wellbury, (444)
  • Oil, Sautter, Harl^ and Co., 384
  • Military Traction, (577)
  • Mine Hoisting, United States, (596)
  • Motor, Steam Fire, for Liverpool, Merry weather and Sons, 45
  • Newcomen, Mr. Henry Davey, 395, 403, 407, (435), 436, 437, 438
  • Newcomen, Mr. H. W. Pearson, Appendix, 459
  • Oil, Mr. V. R. Nicholson, The Britannia Company, 30, 37, 38
  • Oil, The Diesel, (171)
  • Operating Steam, by Compressed Air, 217
  • Petrol, for Motor Cars, M. Gaillardet on, (306)
  • Petrol, Novelty in, Mr. O. C. Selbach, (597)
  • Pickle-pot Atmospheric, 409
  • Pumping, for Deptford Pumping Station, Tenders to be Invited, (401)
  • Hydraulic, The Leeds Engineering and Hydraulic Company, 70, 71 for Windsor, Ontario, 486
  • Quarter-Crank Blowing, 3000 Horse-power, Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Limited (Supplement, Ju.tg 24//6, 1903), 87
  • Slabbing Mill, Powerful, 224
  • Steam Trap for High-pressure, Holden and Brooke, 374
  • Steam Turbine, Thermodynamics of the, 216 “ Straight Line,” New York, Total of Revolutions without a Stop, (91)
  • Superheaters, Some New Types of. Prof. W. H. Watkinson on, 14
  • Superheating, 237
  • Sewage Pumping, Chicago, (172)
  • Tests of Various Loads, 217
  • Triple and Twin-screw, in Foreign and British Ships, (39)
  • Turbine v. Reciprocating, 268, 633
  • Valve Gear, Improvements in, Mr. John Riekie, 463
  • Valve Seat for, Bailey’s Removable, 603 Warship, Weight of, 529
  • Wear and Tear of Steam, 353
  • Wind, 41
  • Winding Engine Problem, A, 665
  • Winding, Gorveinion Colliery, (608)
  • Without Stuffing-boxes, Mr. A. Watson on, (316) ’
  • ENGLISH Quotations in Russia, 309
  • Erosion, Protecting Earth Slopes from, (39)
  • Estimates, Preparation of, Importance of, 403, 435, 447
  • Evaporators, Multiple Effect, as Employed in French Sugar Factories, 494

Exhibitions:

  • Brewers’, (375)
  • Colliery International, (38)
  • Dusseldorf, International Fine Ark and Horticultural, (375)
  • Glasgow, Engineering Industries, 426
  • Manchester International, (66)
  • Motor Cars, Frankfort-on-Main International, (551)
  • New York, Motor Boats, (401)
  • Osaka, (105)
  • Paris, Accounts to be Wound up, (427) Ducommun Car at,
  • Paris, Proposals and Counter Proposals for, (597)
  • St. Louis, Its Development, 100 ; Map of United States to Cover 5,^- Acres of Ground, (163): Power Plant of, (236). (328); German State Contribution to, (597); Steel Corporation’s Exhibit at, (620); Total Energy Generated and Used at, (620)
  • St. Petersburg, Industrial Art for Metal or Stone Products, (213)
  • Shipping, 398
  • Vienna, International Spirit Industry, (30o)
  • EXPANSION and Contraction of Metals under Influence of Heat—see Metals
  • Expansion, Separation, and Compression of Steam—see Steam
  • Experience, Theory and Practice, Criteria of Economical Outlay, Robert H. Smith, 419

Explosives:

  • Dynamite, How to Thaw, (283)
  • Manufacture of, Prohibited in the Alderney State?, (351)
  • Negro Powder added to the List of Permitted Explosives, (289)
  • FACTORIES ia Central India, Increased Number of, (163)
  • Fairfax Speed-reducing Gear, 289
  • Famines and their Results, 58
  • Famine Works in India, 203, 214
  • Feed-water Regulator, Mr. A. G. Mumford, 501
  • Fees of Prussian and other German Building Schools, (528)
  • Fell, Mr. A. L C,, Presentation to. (607)
  • File-cutting by Hand, Mr. Chester Jones’ Report and Home-office Regulatious, (61), (65)
  • Filtration, Theory and Practice of, Mr. W. J. Dibdin on, (76)
  • Fire Prevention Congress, 145
  • Fire proof Theatre in Pittsburg, Intended Trial of a, (306)
  • Fire-proofing Wood, Sulphate of Aluminium, Best Substance for, (117)
  • Fire Protection, Water Supply System, Chicago, (91)
  • Fires on Shipboard, Mr. Gao. Canning on, 536
  • Fire Stations in London, Acquisition of Sites for New, (454)
  • Firth and Sons, Messrs. Thomas, Salamander Works in Riga, Purchased by, (315)
  • Fiscal Policy Discussed at Walsall Chamber of Commerce, 606
  • Fiscal Question at Wolverhampton, (513)
  • Flax Seed Production, 19C3, United States, (528)
  • Floods in Perthshire, Disastrous, (236)
  • Fly-wheels, Resistance of, Herr Scholter’s Experiments in, (375)
  • Forbes Grip Nut, The, 11
  • Forge, A New Field, for the United States Army, (306)
  • Foulis, Mr. Wm., 17
  • Foundry Transportation Methods, Modern, 560 Fox, Mr. Samson, 431
  • Fuel Economy in Electric Generating Stations, Mr. Henry McLaren, 133, 147
  • Fuel Manufactured in California, A New, (375) Fuel, Patent, for Pembroke Dockyard, (269) Fuel and Steam, 286
  • Furnaces, Blast, of the United States, Annual Capacity of, (283)
  • Electric Glass, Becker and Schreyer. (395)
  • Grate, Mr, G. Richardson, 626
  • Improved Design of, Rushworth and Livesey, (513)
  • Plants in U.S.A.. Estimated Capacity of the New, (620)
  • and Steam Boilers, External, 332
  • GALE, Mr. J. M., 258
  • Galveston, in Texas, Raising of the City, (620) Garbage Reduction Plant, Baltimore, (198)

Gas:

  • Acetylene, in Canada, Use of (620) in Germany, Use of, (620) and Coal, Comparison between Heating Properties of, (351) from a Pound of Calcium Carbide, U.S., Yield of Five Cubic Feet of, (629)
  • Use of in the B’.ow-pipe, (351)
  • Air, 445
  • Alcohol Hydrocarbon, 550
  • Engine Explosions, Mr. Wimpens on, 299, 511 Explosion, Experiments in, Messrs. Bairstow and Alexander, (300)
  • Fires, Domestic, 262, 291
  • Generating Station, Che North-Western Power Gas Company's New, (620)
  • Lighting, Relative Cost of Electric and, Mr. Bradley’s Report on, (477)
  • Main, Submarine, United States, 268 Manchester Gasworks Extension Plans, (477) Manufacture, Technical Instruction Classes, Newcastle, (401)
  • Natural, Pennsylvania and Ohio, Reckless Waste of, (454)
  • in Sussex, Mr. R. Pearson on, 299 ; Mr. H. B. Woodward on, (440) "Value of, for Making Steam, (306) Price, Reduction, Birmingham, (126) Producing Plants, Crossley Brothers, Limited, 678, 579
  • Standards of Coal, Dr. S. Rideal on, 4
  • Sapply, Paris, (117)
  • GASOLINE and Denatured Alcohol, Relative Heating Value of, (190) .
  • Gauge Tester, Special, W. H. Bailey and Co., Limited, 196
  • Gauge Tester, The Vulcan Portable, 603 Gearing, Worm, 93
  • Geological Congress, International, 121 Geological Survey and Museum, (129) Geology ia Education and Practical Life, Prof. W. W. Watts on, 606
  • Germany, Conversion from Agriculture to Trade and Industry, (401)
  • German Custom in Victoria-street, (73) Germany, Economic Condition of, (328) Gilbert Tercentenary Commemoration, 550 Glass Bottles 6ft. High, The Illinois Glass Co. (163)
  • Glass-making, California, Window, (328) Glass Manufacture, Electricity in, 395 Glass, Transverse Breaking Tests of Plate, (91) Glue, Waterproof, (279)
  • Gold Assay Office, Sheffield obtains a, (oo) Gold Deposited by One Electrical Horse-power Hour, from a Gold Chloride Solution, (117)
  • Gold Discovery ia British Central Africa, 290 Gold Dredger. Messrs. Lobnitz and Co., Limited, 552, 555, 618 625
  • Gold Mining Statistics, Tr msvaal, 204
  • Gold Mining in Transvaal, Number of Stamps at Work, (597)
  • Gold Output, 1902, The Worlds, (o62) •
  • Gold Output, Western Australia, 1902, (401)
  • Gold Production, 1902, American, South African, Caoadiau, Russian, Mexican, Victorian, (551)
  • Gold, Rhodesian, (161) Gramme, Z^uobe, Monument to, (427)
  • Graphical Analysis, Illustrations of, Mr. J. Harrison on, (278)
  • Graphite a Preservative for Manila Rope, (328)
  • Grinding Machine, Hulse and Co., Limited, 264
  • Gunson, Mr. Thomas, 583
  • HAMMER, Elecfcro-pieumatic, Messrs. B. and S. Massey, 410
  • Hanford, Sewerage Qiestion, (454)
  • Harbours Bound our Coast, Chas. Clinton, On the Need of, (383); Letter on, from A, E. Hurse, 400

Harbours and Waterways:

  • Antwerp. Importance and Extension of the Port, (504)
  • Avon, Improvements on, (91), (126)
  • Baltic Coast Line, Harbours of Refuge, (163) Boston, Development of the Port, (117) Constanzi Harbour, Petroleum Reservoirs in, (306)
  • Cronstadt, Danger of its Losing the Timber Exportation, (94); Deepening of the Harbour and Enlargement of the Port, (306), 573
  • Dieppe Harbour, Dredger for, (12)
  • Dover Harbour, Board’s Proposals for Accommodation of the Transatlantic Traffic, (328); Inspection of Works, 4 ; Cranes on Pier, 56, 61
  • Durban Harbour, Dredging at, 404 ; Floating Workshop, Swan, Hunter and Co. {Supplement, September 2dth, 1903), 301
  • Elbe, Project for Increasing its Depth, (12)
  • Finland, Trade between Odessa and the Ports of, (12)
  • French Rivers, Loan to be'Raised for Regulation of Three, (163)
  • Glasgow Harbour and Dock Improvements, 289 ; Hydraulic Coal Hoist [Supplement^ Nocemljcr Wih, 1903), 376, 380, 499, h03
  • Hamburg, (12)
  • Llanelly Harbour, (440)
  • Lorenzo Marques, (236)
  • Madras Harbour, Extensions Begun, (528)
  • Manchuria, New-Chwang, (12)
  • Mersey, (12)
  • Mersey, Negotiations between Manchester Ship Canal Company and the Warrington Corporation with Regard to the River, (328) Newcastle-on-Tyne, Improvement of River Quay, (309), (316)
  • Omuta, Japan, New Harbour, (454)
  • Osaka Harbtmr, (140)
  • Peterhead Harbour Works, 566
  • Pwllheli Harbour, (24)
  • Rhine between Strasburg and Basle. Navigability of the, Herr R. Gelpke on, (236)
  • Rio de Janeiro, Harbour Improvements, (620)
  • Vera Cruz Harbour, Delays in Effecting Delivery of Cargoes, (140)
  • Madivostock, Rs-estabbshment of Post of, (12)
  • HARD Wood Chopping Machine, Ransome and Co., Limited, 446, 462
  • Harrow School, Fire Protection, (581)
  • Harvester and Binder in South Africa. McCormick Vertical Mealie, (308)
  • Haat Power Plants, A New Theory of, R. H Smith. 34, 81, 107, 131, 153, 179, 239
  • HeatingValue of Gasoline and Denatured Alcohol, Relative, (190) ’
  • Heating and Ventilating Workshops on the Plenum System, 486
  • Hele-Shaw, Professor H, S., to Organise Technical Education in Transvaal, (427)
  • Hoist, Hydraulic Coal, Glasgow Harbour [Supple- -ment, Novembei- 20th, 1903), 376, 380, 499, 603 Holden’s Lancashire Boiler, 73
  • Hollis, Mr. Henry Wm., 584
  • Horrocks, Jas., Mechanism for Converting Rotary into Rjciprocating Rectilinear Motion, (149) Hydraulic Works at Avignonet, 210
  • Hygiene, Brussels International Congress, (38) Hygrometer, Saturation, (328)
  • IMPACT, 73
  • Increasing Temperatures with Depth, 314
  • Index of the Technical Press, (125)
  • India, Famine Works in, 203, 214
  • India-rubber imported into U.S., (427)
  • Inspection of Materials, 227, 249. 273. 291 297 (309), 320, 343, 367, 391, 468
  • Institute, City and Guilds of London: Awards, (137)

Institute of Engineers, South Wales:

  • Coalfield, South Trough of the, Mr. H. K Jordan, (78)
  • Durr Water-tube Boiler and the Improved Lancashire Boiler, Mr. P. T. Thompson, (78)
  • Electric Motive Power in Mines and Collieries. Mr. W. A. Scott, (78)
  • Motive Power of the Future, Mr. H. D B How, 78
  • Ozokerit Waves, &c., in Austrian Poland, Mr. W. Galloway, (78)

Institute, Iron and Steel:

  • President’s Inaugural Address, Mr. Andrew Carnegie, 231
  • Alloys of Iron and Tungsten, Mr. Hadfield. Synops's of, 231
  • Coal as Fuel at Barrow, Mr. Pettigrew, 261 Coke Oven Practice, Regulation of Temperature in, Mr. D. A. Louis. 252
  • Corrected List of Papers to bo Submitted at , the Meeting, 162 |
  • Heat, Treatment of, Mr. William Campbell’s Report, 251 I
  • Invitation to New York, (332)
  • Iron, Infiuenca of Silicon on, Mr. T. Baker, j Programme of the Autumn Meeting, 113 Steel, Burning and Overheating of, Dr. Alfred
  • Stansfield, 251
  • ^Diseases” of, Mr. C. H. Ridsdale, 251 Rails, Sorbitic, Mr. J. E Stead and Mr.
  • A. W. Richards, 232, 243, 265 Restoration of Dangerously Crystalline, by Heat Treatment, Mr. J. F. Stead 0^1^ ^’c^ards, 232, 243,
  • 20X, 2b I
  • Visite to the Works in Barrow-in-Furness, 231,
  • Weldless Steel Pipes and Shells, Manufacture of, Mr. Ehrhardt, 2o2

Institute of Marine Engineers;

  • Anniversary Dirn^r, (270)
  • Electric Power Station, (435) '

Institute of Sanitary Engineers :

  • Coal Storgae Question, Mr. George Green, September,
  • Filtration, Theory and Practice of, Mr. W J Diboin, (76) * ‘
  • Lectures in Practical Sanitary Science. (217) Lorain System of Electric Traction Mr H Vickers, (76)
  • Meeting of Members Residing in Lancashire and Yorkshire, (593)
  • Sewage on Bacteria Beds, Distribution of, Mr.
  • J. C. Thresh, (76), 102 ’
  • Sewage Treatment, Collection and Utilisation Relation to, Mr. J. Ashton, (76)
  • Visit to Houses of Parliament, (435) '
  • Barking^^SlT^^^®^'^ Sewage Outfall Works,

Institute, Staffordshire Iron and Steel:

Institution of Civil Engineers :

  • Inaugural Address of Sir W, H. White, On the History of Shipbuilding, 450, 487, 511 ; Leader on, 455; Visit to United States in 1904, (595)
  • Awards for Papers, 1902-3, (362)
  • Bramwell, Sir Fred., Sir Wm. White’s Testimony to the Honour in which he was Held, and Regret for his Loss, 549
  • Certificates, Letters from S. Spencer and A. J. Simpson, (358), (383)
  • Gilbert Tercentenary Commemoration, 550
  • ENGINEERING CONFERENCE—
  • Section II., Canal Engineering, Recent Improvements in, Mr. Gerald FitzGibbon, 5 ; Docks, Modern Equipment of, Mr. Walter Pitt, 4 ; Inspection of the Works at Dover, 4 Section IV., Alloys of Iron, Nickel, and Manganese, Mr, R. A. Hadfield, 6 ; Dangerous Crystallisation of Mild Steel and Wrought Iron, 8; Open-hearth Steel from Molten Blast Furnace Metal, Mr. B. Talbot, 5
  • Section V., Express Steamers for Short Voyages, Mr. A. E. Seaton, 8; Steam Turbines, Prof. Rateau, 9
  • Section VI,, Bacterial Treatment of Water and Sewage up to Date, Dr. Percy Frankland, 29
  • Section VI., Raising of Water by Compressed Air, Mr. P. Griffiths, 31
  • Section VI., Smoke Abatement, Mr. G. T. Beilby, 4 ; Coal Gas Standards, Dr. S. Rideal, 4
  • Section VI., Steam Turbine-driven Centrifugal Pumps for High Lifts, Mr. C. W. Darley, 29
  • Section VIT., Electric Railways, Position and Protection of the Third Rail on, Mr. W. F. Langdon, 32
  • Section VII., Electric Traction on Railways, High-speed, Mr. J. W. Jacomb-Hood, 31
  • BIRMINGHAM ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS—
  • Technical Excursion to the Continent, 126 ; Visit to Elan Waterworks, (375)
  • GLASGOW ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS—
  • Opening Meeting, (593)
  • NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS—
  • Visits Projected, (78), (270)
  • STUDENTS’ MEETING—
  • Artificial Draught as Applied by Fans to Steam Boilers, Mr. W. H. A. Robertson, 572; Action of the Sea upon the Foreshore, Mr. C. B. Case, 628 ; Causes of the Loss of Beaches and Outline of Coast Defence, F. W. Cable, 628

Institution of Electrical Engineers:

  • Fifteenth Annual Dinner of, (584)
  • Calcutta Section of, Preservation of Machinery and Instruments in Bengal, 147 ; Paul BruhL 101, 125
  • Glasgow Local Section, Opening Meeting, (355) Volta, The Tomb of, (384)
  • Leeds Section of, Steam-Turbo Generating Plants, Geo. Wilkinson, (509)
  • Manchester Section of, Presidential Address, Mr. G. Stoney, 507 ; Comparison between Steam and Electrically-driven Auxiliary Plant in Central Stations, Messrs. C. D. Taite and R. S. Downe, 102 ] Dates of Meetings to be Held at Owens College, (454)

Institution of Engineers, Junior:

  • Annual General Meeting, (458)
  • Electric Discharger, High-frequency, Mr. R, P. Howgrave Graham, 38
  • Fire Extinction at Blackwall, Demonstration of, by the Clayton Co., 536
  • Pires on Shipboard, their Causes and the Methods for Prevention and Extinction, Mr. Geo. Canning, 536
  • Moulton, Mr, J. P., Elected President, (333) Summer Meeting at Sheffield, (199), 268 Visit to Vauxhall Bridge Works, 398

Institution of Engineers ;and Shipbuilders, Scottish:

  • Conversazione, 396
  • Marine Propellers with Non-reversible Engines and with Internal Combustion Engines, Mr. Rankin Kennedy, 525
  • Superheated Steam, Mr. F. J. Rowan, 453 Valve Gears, Improvements in, Mr. John Riekie, 453

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, N.E. Coast:

  • Shipyard Apprentices, Approved Examinations, (618) - ’
  • Shipyard Apprentices, Report on Training of Apprentices, (629)

Institution of Mechanical Engineers:

  • Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. J. H. Wicksteed, 111
  • Centrifugal Pump, Dr. Stanton’s Experiments. 621 '
  • Diamond Coal-cutting Machines, 159
  • Diesel Engine, Mr. H. Ade Clark, 111
  • Friction Clutch, New Form of, Professor Hele- Shaw, 132
  • Fuel Economy in Electric Generating Stations, Mr. Henry McLaren, 133, 147
  • Graduate’s Meeting, Opening, Design of a Town’s Tramway Scheme, Mr. Wm. Macdonald, (431)
  • Great Northern Railway Shops at Doncaster, 135
  • Heating and Ventilating Workshops on the Plenum System, Mr. W. 11. A. Robertson, 485
  • Main and Auxiliary Steam Pipe Work for Power Stations, Mr. H. Baker, 694
  • Midgley’s Boot Factory, Visit to, 134
  • Newcomen Engine, The, Mr. Henry Davey. 395,407, 436, 437, 438 /
  • Papers Offered for Reading at the Leeds Meeting, (83)
  • President’s Reference to Sir F. Bramwell, 622
  • Roofing Existing Shops while Work is Proceeding, Mr. R. H. Fowler, 535
  • Softening of Water, Mr. Stromeyer and Mr. Baron, 622, 627
  • Steele, Notes on High-speed Tool, Mr. H. H. Suplee, 112
  • Summer Excursion to Chicago, 621, 650
  • Visits Paid by Members, 158
  • Institution of Mining Engineers:
  • Annual General Meeting, Papers to be Read, (197)
  • Institution of Mining and Metallurgy :
  • Papers to be Discussed at an Extraordinary Meeting,' (64)
  • Institution of Motor Engineers:
  • Proposal to Establish, (620)

Institution of Naval Architects:

  • Cross Channel Steamers, Prof. J. H. Biles, 14
  • Mercantile Cruisers Fitted with Housing Propellers, Mr. Jas. Hamilton, 14
  • Registered Tonnages and their Relation to Fiscal Charges and Designs, Mr. Jas, Maxton, 14
  • Superheaters, Some New Types of. Pref, W. H. Watkinson, 14, 75
  • Unveiling of Statue of the late Sir Edw. Harland, 14
  • Visit to Harland and Wolff’s Works, 14
  • Visit to Workman, C’ark and Co.’s, Limited, Works, 14
  • INSURANCES against the Workmen’s Compensation Act, 476

Iron:

  • Alloys of Tungsten and, Mr. Hadfield on, 231 American Production, 120
  • American Trade, 379, 500
  • British Improvements in Iron and Steel Making, 482
  • Burning Holes in, by Means of an Oxy-hydrogen Flame, Mr. Menne’s Invention, (12)
  • Casting, The First Made in the United States now Preserved in Lynn, Mass., (697)
  • Casting, The Largest ever Made, Engine Bed for the Lackawanna Steel Company, (604), (533)
  • Charcoal, Making of Nearly Stationary, in United States, (454)
  • Chinese Government Iron and Steel Works at Hanyang, Output of One Blast Furnace Daily, (528)
  • Goods, Russian, in the Far East, Drive out German, (573)
  • Imports and Exports into and from France during Eight Months, 1902 and 1903, (504)
  • Industry, the Russian, 234
  • Influence of Silicon on, Mr. T. Baker, 252
  • Japanese Government Works, Wakamatsu, a Failure, (39)
  • Low Moor, Stay-bolt, Tested by American Railway Company, (65)
  • Malleable Cast, Dr. R. Moldenke, 197
  • Microscopic Structure of, (332)
  • Ore-exporting Companies of Sweden, (259) Imported into France, (91) in Kordofan, Bahr-el-Ghazal, Darfur, and Abissinian Border, (401)
  • Philippine Islands, (528)
  • Output of One Blast Furnace at Hanyang Daily, (528)
  • Permanent Set in Cast, Due to Small Stresses and its Bearing on the Design of Piston Rings and Springs, Mr. C. H. Wingfield on, 299
  • Pig, Output in Canada, 1902, (117)
  • Pig, Shipped from Scottish Ports in One Week, 1902-1903, (176)
  • Pipe, 60in., Cast in the United States, (269)
  • Rhodesia, Project for Starting a Big Iron Industry in, (39)
  • Russo-Belgian Company for Working Deposits of Iron and Coal in Orel, (67)
  • Trade, Furness, Depression in. Damping Down of Furnaces, (236)
  • Tubes Imported into Turkey from the United Kingdom, (117)
  • United States Import of, during 1903 Larger than at any Time within Twenty Years, (163)
  • Ural District Output, (673)
  • World’s Production of, 121
  • IRRIGATION in India, Total Area under, (375) in the Orange River Colony, 123 in South Africa, 467
  • JOHNSON, Mr. Samuel Waite, 624
  • Jones, Mr. E., (270)
  • Joule Studentship, The, (91)
  • KITE-FLYING Competition, Sussex Djwne, (12)
  • Krupp, Herr Alfred, Monument to him at Kiel, (477)
  • Krupp Works in 1901-1902, 87

Labour Wages Questions, Strikes, and Disputes:

  • Accidents to Workmen, 142
  • Admiralty, Lords, Increase of Wages at Royal
  • Dockyards not Possible, (454) Apprenticeship Question, The, 44, 182 Apprentices, Scheme for the Advancement,
  • 332
  • Asiatic Labour for South Africa, 161
  • Australia, South, Skilled Hands Still Wanted, but no More Mechanics, (39)
  • Board of Trade, Labour Department of. Report as to Number of Trade Unions, (424)
  • Bonus Premium System, Woolwich Arsenal, (213)
  • British Westinghouse Company’s Works, Three
  • Eight-hours Shifts, (293)
  • Child-labour in Germany, New Law for
  • Restriction of, (528)
  • Labour, Wages Questions, Strikes, and Disputes (coniinv.gd);
  • Clyde Men and the Council of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, The Breach between (283)
  • Clydeside, Engineering Firms, No Engineers over Forty-five to be Employed, (375)
  • Dale, Sir David, His Award, (78) 1
  • Earnings ? What are, 453 T
  • Employers and ex-Soldiers, Letter from Fred. ‘ Green-Wilkinson, Lieut.-General, 486
  • Employment in November Shows no Material Change as Compared with October, (597)
  • Female Labour in the New Steel P<.n Works in Kussia, (190)
  • Female Labour in Prussia, Inquiry into the Hours of, (65)
  • Free Imports from other Countries, Welsh Steel Industries Welcome Mr. Chamberlain’s Inquiry into the Question of, (24)
  • Ironworkers’ Wages, 355
  • Japanese Imitation of Foreign Trade Marks and Goods, British Consul’s Comments thereon, (236)
  • Labour Bureau for Manchester, Municipal (328) ’ ?
  • Lorenzo Marques, Employment Difficult to Obtain, British Consul Warns Emigrants against Coming, (236)
  • Mather and Platt, Satisfactory Resulis cf their Concessions to their Workmen, (245) Memorandum of the Labour Departmentof the Board of Trade, Falling off of Employment in July, (190)
  • Military Works Board, Notice to Mon Employed on the New Barracks at Pembroke Dock, (477)
  • Miners’ Belief Societies, Responsibilities of, 58 Mosely Commission Report, (17)
  • Non-unionism in Wales, (21)
  • Rand Labour Measures, (290), 494
  • Reduction of Wages in the Soipbuilding Trade on the Tyne, Wear, and Tees, (454) Restriction of Output, 142
  • Russian Labour Sta'istics, Official, (620) Russian Workmen, New Law in Favour of, (117)
  • Short Time at Derby, (427); at Crewe, (454); at Furness Railway Company’s Works, Barrow, (477), (489); and at Horwich, (528) Short Time and Reduction of Staff at Railway Works, (427), (454), (528), (647)
  • South Africa, 123, 161 Stop-day Case, lhe. 167
  • Stop-day Trouble, Costly Nature of the, (608) Strikes, France, 1902, (236), (375)
  • Strikes and Lock-outs in 1902, 44 Strike, Abeidare Valley Colliers, (338)
  • Londonderry and Lough Swilly Railway, (528)
  • Lancashire Machine Makers at Messrs. Howard and Bullcugh’s Works, (375)
  • Penrhyn Quarrymen’s, Ended, (614): Cost of, (528)
  • Railway Men, Milan, (253)
  • Tin-plate Workers, (316) Swansea, Spelter, (630) United Kingdom Pattern-makers, Messrs. Harland and Wolff, (351)
  • Victorian Railways Engine Drivers, &c.,
  • , (24)
  • Welsh Platers, (246)
  • Taff Vale Decision, The Action of the L^gis-
  • I lative Council of New South Wales with Relation to, (508)
  • Trades Union, Tyranny in, (596)
  • Trade Unions and Total Membership of, (424) Trade Unionism, Jersey City, Unittelligent Tyranny of, (427)
  • Trade Unionism in South Africa, Growth of, 123
  • Unemployed, Mr. G. N, Barnes and Mr. James Swift on the Increase in the Number cf, 386
  • United Kingdom, Export Trade of, to Japan, Decrease in, (39)
  • United States, Labour and Capital in the, 119 Wages on French Railways, (528)
  • and Hours of Labour in 1902, 45
  • in Japan, (163)
  • in Pretoria, 123
  • Reduction, Colliers’, (23), (24)
  • Reductions decided on by the North- East Coast Marine Engineers’ Conciliation Board,(23) at Shipyards, Reduction of, (537) Yorkshire Spinners Arrested Twice in Massachusetts under the Canton Labour l^aw, (283)
  • LACQUERS and Paints for Metals, 264, 288, 381
  • Laminated Springs, Safe Load on, (171) Lancaster and Tonge, Extensions to their Works, devoted to Lancaster Specialities, (149)
  • Lathe of the Future, The, 675, 6G5
  • Special Winding, Messrs. G. Birch and Co., (22)
  • Speed of, 67
  • Lathes—see also Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 44, 104, 129, 162, 225, 241, 296, 317, 339, 363, 413, 462, 490,533, 550, 582,696, 631

Leaders:

  • Accidents on Electric Tramways, 238
  • Air Resistance to Trains, 166
  • Armour-piercing Projectiles and Critical Velocities, 429
  • Atmospheric Resistance to Trains, 479
  • Board of Trade Perplexities, 215
  • Boiler Explosion, Batman’s Hill, 42
  • Breakdowns in the Navy, 563
  • British Association, Future of the, 307
  • British Manufacturer and South Africa, The, 505
  • Coal Consumption in the Navy, 480
  • Coal, Storage of, 238
  • Coal Syndicate, German, 330
  • Condensing Water, 576
  • Conservatron of Energy, 629
  • Cost of Power, The, 238
  • Cruisers, Small, 378
  • Customs Convention, The New, 41
  • Elastic Railway Wheels, 94
  • Electrical Combinations in Germany, 600
  • Electrical Lighting in St. Marylebone, 599
  • Electric Railway Tests, High-speed, 529
  • Traction on Railways, 262
  • Tramways, London, 68
  • Engine, Future of the Oil, 354
  • Engine, Newcomen, 403
  • Engines, Wear and Tear of, 353
  • Weight of Warship, 529 Wind, 41
  • Estimates, Preparation of, 403
  • Experimental Tanks at Bushey House, 285
  • Fuel and Steam, 286
  • Gas Fires, Domestic, 262
  • Gauge in India, Break of, 456
  • German Coal Syndicate, 329
  • German Steel Trust, Proposed, 455
  • Hyacinth and the Minerva Again, The, 14
  • Labour and Capital in the United States, 119 Lathe of the Future, 575
  • Lathes, Speed of, 67
  • Loans, Re-payment of, 93
  • Locomotive Engine Grates, 165 The Perfect, 430 Performance, 330
  • Mechanism, Limitations of, 600
  • Mosely Educational Commission, The, 191 Motor Cars Bill, 166
  • in Private Life, The, 553 Regulations, 303
  • National Invention, 141
  • Noxious Gases and Vegetation, 119
  • Packing of Machinery, 120
  • Panama and its Prospects, 506
  • Paris Railway Fire, The, 165
  • Power in Central Generating Stations, 141
  • Railway Brakes, 431
  • Railway Bridges, Standard, 307
  • Russian Navy, 192
  • Screw Propellers, 378, 505—see 533
  • Sewage Disposal, 67
  • Slipper Rails, 621
  • South African Customs Convention, The New, 41
  • Steam Problems, 480
  • Steels, High-speed, 430
  • Steel and the Microscope, 261
  • Syndicate in Germany, Proposed, 216 Syndicates in Russia, 621 Trust, Proposed German, 455
  • Superheating, 237
  • Technical Education Scheme, A New, 13 Thames, Damming the, 576
  • Thermodynamics of the Steam Turbine, 216 Trade and Speculation, 377
  • Warship Engines, Weight of, 529
  • Warships of Moderate Dimensions, 329
  • Waterloo Accident, The, 285
  • Wheels, Elastic Railway, 94
  • White, Sir William, Presidential Address cn the History of Shipbuilding, 455
  • Wind Engines, 41—see Engines
  • Worm Gearing, 93

Sub-Leaders:

  • Accidents to Workmen, 142
  • Americans and Clay, The, 262
  • American Iron Production and Trade, 120, 379
  • Armoured Concrete, 457
  • Artesian Borings in Queensland, Deep, 404
  • Behring Straits Tunnel, Tne 121
  • Belgian Tram Rails, 576
  • Canal, Forth and Clyde Ship, 404
  • Coal Commission, The, 192
  • Durban Harbour, Dredging at, 404
  • Electric Tramways in London, 379
  • Engineering Standards, 309
  • Explosion in Ickneild-square, 330
  • Export Trade, Improvement in the, 68 Ironworkers’ Wages, 355
  • London County Council and Tram Rails, The, 622 ’
  • Motor Cars and the Dust Nuisance, 309 Medea-Medusa Race, The, 481
  • Motor Car Bill, The Government, 42
  • Municipal Trading in Electric Light, 622
  • Rating of a Light Railway, 577
  • Reliability Trials of Motor Cars, 192 Restriction of Output, 142
  • Spartiate’s War Trials, The, 506
  • Specifications for Steel Rails, 286
  • Scop-day Case, The, 167
  • Suffren, Trials of the, 217
  • Turbine Channel Steamers, More, 142
  • Turbine Steamers for the Atlantic, 356
  • Well-boring by the Freez'ng Process, 355

Legal Intellience:

  • Forster and Co, v, the Ocean Accident Corporation, 476
  • Lord Masham e. the Leeds Corporation, (195)
  • Taif Vale Decision, The Action of the Legislative Council of Now South Wales with relation to, 508

Letters to the Editor:

  • Absorption of Air by Petrol, X., 99
  • Aerial Ropeway at Aberfeldy, John M. Henderson and Co., 533
  • Armour Concrete, Origin and Development of, Herbert Coward, 383
  • Armoured Concrete in England, L. G. Mouchel, 458
  • Australian Patent Bill, Charles V. Collison, 194
  • Automatic Couplers, T. A. Brockelbank, 21 Ballast for Railways, Track, 358
  • Board of Trade Returns, Crispin, 240
  • Boilerp, Circulation in Water-tube, H. T. D., 485
  • Boilers, External Furnaces and Steam, F. Grover, 358
  • Boilers, Niclausse, Willans and Robinson, Limited, 358
  • Breakdowns in the Navy, J. J., 581 ; Fred. T. Jane, 605 ; Superintendent Engineer, 581, 624
  • Bridge with its Approaches, Design for a, J. A. King, 195
  • British Association Committee’s Report on Changes in the Sea Coast of the United Kingdom, R, G. Allanson-Wion, 559
  • British Trade Marks in China, Reg. W. Barker, 171
  • Casting, The Biggest, F. Strickland, 533
  • Coal, Deterioration of, Carlyon Bellairs, 291
  • Coal, Storage of, W. H. Grieve, 268; H. Jack- son, 309
  • Connell Ferry Railway Bridge, M.I.C.E., 291
  • Conservation of Energy, S. W. A., 580, 606 :
  • G., 22; Orthodox, 22, 99; R. W. S., 625; Torque, 46
  • Consulting Engineers and Foreign Machinery, Lancastrian, 625
  • Letters to the Bdltor (confinwecZ):
  • Cooper’s Hill Collegej The Cooper’s Hill Engineers, 99
  • Cruisers, Small, Y. Y., 400
  • Cylinder Oils and Cylinder Lubricaticn, H. Binns, 195 ; H. M. Wells, 210
  • Donegal, H.M.S, Trial Data of, Robert Mansel, 222
  • Elastic Wheels, L. T. Clarkson, 171
  • Employers and Employed in Engineering—A Proposal, A. Turner, 194
  • Employers and Ex-soldiers, Frederick Green- Wilkinson, 485
  • Engineering Eiucation, The Problem of, Stephen Eddy, 99
  • Engineers, Manufacture of, J. S. V. Bickford, 237; George Quick, 220; R.W. S.,210
  • Engine Breakdown, John Swift, 400
  • Engine, Diesel Oil, A. J. Lawson, 171
  • Engines, Design of Blowing, Pig Iron, 124 Locomotive—see Locomotives Torbine r. Reciprocating, John Riekie, 263
  • Estimates, Preparation of, Allan E. Smedley,
  • Expansion and Contraction of Metals under Influence of Heat, A, E. Outerbridge, Jun ,
  • Expansion, Separation, and Compression of Steam—see Steam
  • Fire Prevention Congress, Engineer, 145 Furnaces and Steam Boilers, External, George T. Pardoe, 332
  • Gas Fires, Domestic, E. A. Harman, 291 ; W., 291
  • German Custom in Victoria-street, Talpa, 73
  • German Patents, E. P. Alexander and Son, 291
  • Glasgow Railway Accident, Clement E. Stretton, 468
  • Guns and Water-tube Boilers, C. de Grave Sells, 171
  • Harbours in the British Isles, Charles Clinton, 383 ; Alfred E. Hurse, 400
  • High-speed Tool Steels, F. M. Osborn, 509 Humming Cnpola, A, Surrey, 660 Ickneild-square Explosion. The, Chalkline, 383 Illustrating Machiaery, Improved System of, J. W. C. Haldane, 268
  • Impact, I. N. D., 73
  • Imperial Russian Transport Vessel, Ocean Trial of, Robert Mansel, 331
  • Indefinite Science, P. A. B., 625
  • Indian Railway, X. R. 0., 73
  • Inspection of Materials, Arthur Atherton, 291; A Manufacturer, 309 ; A. H, C., 468
  • Institute of Civil Engineers’ Gartificitep, Aug.
  • J. Simpson, 383; Samuel Spencer, 358 Iron, Microscopic Structure of Ladle, 332 Lathe of the Future, A. Turner, 605 Locomotives, Electric, A. M. Bushell, (210) (211), 268
  • E igine Grates, Charles S. Lake, 195
  • Fire Grates, John Riekie, 221 Performance, H. L. and Co., 485 Performance of an American
  • Express, Edward L. Coster, 484 • K. 609
  • Piston Valves for, W. M. Smith, 485
  • Tank, for Express Trains, F. Hollingsworth, 124
  • Lubricant for Manila Ropes, George S. Hunter, 358
  • Machine Drawing and D ?sign Classes, H. H. B.,
  • 257 ; A. W. S , 240 ; X. Y. Eogineer, 222
  • Marine Engine Bearings, Superintendent Eogineer, 400
  • Mechanical Power, C.sfcof, R. H. Smith, 267
  • Mechanical Refrigeration, Hal Williams, 195
  • Milling Machine Feeds, Ed. the E., 99 ; Alfred Herbert, Limited, 22 ; John Tangye 46, 72 : P. V. Vernon, 46
  • Motor Cars and Dust, Westrumite, Limited, 358
  • Motor Car in Piivate Life, John Henry Knight. 581; Motor Man, 606
  • Motor Car Prospects under the New Act, Chauffeur, 559 ; Motor Mau, 559
  • Motor Cars and Saucepans, M. C. C., 291
  • Motor Car Speeds, J., 145; Chas. B. Boog Watson, 195; J. E. Whiting, 171
  • Motor Cars, Steam, Alf. J. Allen, 195
  • Motor Car Steering Gear, Arthur Kinder, 625
  • Municipal Trading, H. Shirley-Price, 383
  • Newcomen and his Successors, H. Davey, 434 :
  • John Swift, 458 ; F. T., 434
  • Ordnance Survey Maps for Teaching Purposes, Cheap, A. J. Herbertson, 400
  • Overhead Railways, Walter Beer, 46
  • Paints, Chas. E. Coutton, 22 ; S., 73
  • Patents in Canada, Page and Rowlinson, 21 Piston Valves for Locomotives, W. M. Smith, 485 '
  • Ploughing in South Africa, Robt. Dalrymple, / 3
  • Portland Cement, D. B. Butler, 240 ; Bindon ( B. Stoney, 170, 268
  • Propeller Alterations, Note on, Robt. Manse\ 72
  • Propulsion of Warships, W. J. H., 124, 171, 267; 290 ; J. A. Normand, 383 ; Gao. Quick, 71, 145, 400
  • Railway Statistics, Price Howell, 291
  • Railway Traffic, Suburban, P. Walter d’Alton, John Mannheim, 508, 560; U. R. B., 485, 633, 581 ’
  • Railway Wheels, Elastic, Angus Sinclair, 291
  • Rats and Electric Wires, Claude Warner, 606 Reciprocating Machine Tools, Maurice E Unwin, 624
  • Refrigeration, Double, Barnard Godfrey, 332 Reynold, Professor: His Structure of the Universe, Albert Alfred Buss, 533
  • Rosebery Education Scheme, Beechwood, 124 ; M. Mason, 124 ; N., 98, 145 ; A. B. C. Norris, 222 ; Robert H. Smith, 46, 124, 195 ; A. Turner, 99
  • Royal Engineers and Promotion, Civil Engineer, 194
  • Rubber Industry, J. T. Wicks and Co., 21
  • Safe Load on Laminated Springs, X. Y. Z. 171
  • Screw Propellers, George Quick, 400, 434 ; Arthur Rigg, 434 ; Superintendent Engineer, 559 ; Walters’ Propeller Company, Limited, 509,568
  • Shearing Machine, John’s, Henry Pels and Co., 240
  • Smoke Prevention, W. H. Book, 195 ; A. G. Hiltoy, 195; J. S. Warburton, 221
  • Snow Ploughs in Russia, Felix Freder, 268 South Africa as a Market, Hydraulikos, 400 Southwark Bridge, W. H. Thorpe, 171 Speed of a Cricket Ball, Cover Point, 171 Speed and Feed Change Gears, For William Asquith, Limited, 509
  • Steam Autocar Notes, Henry Lea, 581
  • Steam, Expansion, Separation, and Compression of, J. C., 72
  • Steam Problems, J. Coppin, 509—sea 480
  • Steamship Propulsion, Note on, Robert Man- sel, 382
  • Steam Traps, C. D. _, 435 ; Gravity, 435; H jlden and Brooke, Limited, 458
  • Steam Turbines, Your Reviewer, 605
  • Steam Turbines and Reciprocating Engines, Alfred Morcom, 533, 580—see 509
  • Steam Turbo Generating Plants, John H. Barker, 559, 605 ; Henry Lea, 580 ; C. H. Merz, 605; Reciprocating Eogine, 605; A. A. Campbell Swinton, 605; Truth Seeker, 559 ; Geo. Wilkinson, 509, 559
  • Students’ Foreign Excursion, John Price, 533
  • Suburban Riilway Traffic, Walter d’Alton, John Mannheim, 605—see Railway Traffic, Suburban
  • Superheating, J. Jennings Campbell, 485 ; H. Cruse, 468; H. Lea and Sons, 237 ; H. McPhail, 267 ; Superheat, 291; l?wo Steam Users, 267; P.V.,435
  • Tachograph for Motor Cars and Locomotives, Carlo A. Brantsen, 240
  • Tachographs for Motor Cars and for Locomotives, K., 221
  • Technical Education, Senex, 22
  • Technical Institute, Proposed, Qui^p, 22
  • Thermal Storage, M. Inst. M.E., 171 Thermodynamics, Practical Use of. Junior Draughtsman, 291
  • Thermodynamics of the Steam Turbine, R. M. Neilson, 240
  • Tin and Tin Scrap, Batchelor and Co., Limited, 73
  • Trade Marks in Japan, W. Silver Hall, 606
  • Trade and Speculation, Boilermaker, 435 Tramway Rails, Foreign, Basic, 625
  • Tube Ignition, Sam. Clayton, 400
  • Tunnels, Subaqueous, D. D. McBean, 624 Turbines, Helix, 624
  • Turbines, Hydraulic and Steam, F. I D., 580
  • Turbine for Steamships, The Steam, Henry Davey, 624
  • Twenty-four Millions Sterling, N., 290
  • Value of White Paints on Eogineering S'ruc- tures, E. A. Browning, 2o7
  • Valve Gears, Defective, A. S. E. Ackermann, 332
  • Waterloo Accident, Edw. H. Young, 332
  • White Paints, Value of, J. Cruikshank Smith, 309; J. B. Hannay, 332, 400 ; Muller, 332 ; Jas. C. Richardson, 435; S., 309,383,435 ; Wood, 435
  • White Paints, Value of. on Eogineering Structures, J. B. Hannay, 290

Letters from our own Correspondents:

  • African Notes, South, 48, 123, 161, 290
  • America, Engineering Notes from, 76. 99, 198, 217, 268, 294, 314, 410, 461, 612, 660, 596
  • America, Notes from, 24, 50, 78, 104, 200, 246, 270, 295, 333, 388, 412, 490, 514, 538, 562, 608, 631
  • Australia, Notes from, 24, 76, 123, 360, 409, 485, 630
  • Canada, Notes from, 531, 562, 630
  • England, North of, 23, 51, 77, 293, 513, 537, 104, 337, 561, 128, 438, 247, 150, 464, 317, 199, 223, 245, 269, 411, 439, 463, 489, 629
  • Germany, 21, 52, 78, 271, 295, 317, 338, 490, 514, 538, 562, 584, 608, 630 '
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of B’rmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 22, 60, 76, 103, 126. 149, 198, 222, 244, 269, 292, 315, 336, 361, 336, 410, 438, 462, 488, 513, 536, 560, 583, 608, 629
  • Lancashire, 22. 50, 76, 103, 126, 149, 198, 222, 244, 269, 293, 315, 336, 361, 386, 410, 438, 462, 488, 513, 536, 560, 683, 606, 629
  • Newport Harbour Commissioners’ Trade Reports, 24, 52, 200, 241. 584
  • Scotland^^23^^52, J7, lOJ^, 127, 150, 2aw, WAV, UWU, VVA<, WU/, Uil, ‘±'*V, 463, 489, 514, 538, 561, 584, 608, 629
  • Sheffield, 23, 51, 77, 103, 127, 149, 199, 223, 245, 269, 293, 315, 337, 361, 387, 411, 439, 463, 489, 513, 537, 561, 583, 607, 629
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 24, 52, 78, 104. 128, 150, 200, 224, 246, 362, 388, 411, 440, 464, 584, 608,630
  • LEWIS, Mr. D., (412) Library of the Late John (580)
  • Lift, Designs for a Ship, (83)
  • Lighthouse on Heligoland, New, (39) Lignite Production, Germany, Austria, Hungary,
  • United States, and United Kingdom, (551)

Liteature: N.B.—Figures in brackets refer to Books Received and Short Notices.

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  • Acetylene, Practical Handbook on, F. H. Leeds and W. J. A. Butterfield, (270)
  • Algebra; Part IL, Langley and Bradley,
  • American Institute of Architects, Proceedings of Thirty-sixth Annual Convention, (396)
  • American Railways, Edwin A. Pratt, (241) 203, 225, 246, 412, 440, 464,
  • Weekly
  • Aiauq xvopvi U3, V£i, Z.VO, 270, 294, 316, 338, 388, 412, 440, 464, 490, 538, 562,
  • 199 224, 245, 270, 294,' 316, 338, 362, 387* 411, 440, 270, 294, 316, 338, 489, 514, 538, 562,
  • Scott, Shipbuilder,
  • Ammoniak Kompressiong Kaltemaschinen an Hand des IniikatorDiagramms Piu.fu.ng und Bereohnung, Ausgefuhrter G. Doderlein. (350)
  • L’Ann^a Teohniqua, 1902-1903, A. da Cunha. (593)
  • Atlantic Cable, Story of the, Charles Bright, (623)
  • “Automobile,”The, Elifced by P. N. Hasluck, (618)
  • Banking, No'^es on Origin and Development of A. D. Cochrane, (305)
  • Boiler, Practical Physics of the Modern Steam Fred. J. Rowan, (2L2), 298
  • Boilermakers’ Pocket-book, Sexton’s, (325)
  • Bonus Tables for Calculating Wages on the Bonus or Premium Systems for Engineering, Technical, and Allied Trades, H. A. Golding. (212)
  • Business Encyclopadia and Legal Adviser, W. S. M. Knight, (168)
  • Building Construction and Handbook for Students for the Examinations of the Board of Education, &c., John Parnell Allen (241)
  • Cable Testing and Working, Submarine, Beginners’ Manual, G. M. Baines, (497)
  • Calculating Scale: Substitute for the Slide Rule, W. Kncwles, (565)
  • Canada in the Twentieth Century, A. G. Bradley, (555)
  • Car Builder’s Dictionary : Illustrated Vocabulary of Terms which Designate American Railway Cars, Rodney Hett, (108)
  • Case of the Fox : Being his Prophecies under Hypnotism of the Period ending A.D. 1950, Wm. Stanley, (305)
  • Chemical and Physical Laboratories, Planning and Fitting-up of, T. H. Russell, (280)
  • Chimique Minerale, La Grande Industrie. E. Sorel, (422) ’
  • Compressed Air: Treatise on Theory and Practice of Pneumatic Power Transmission. W. C. Popplewell, (350), 368
  • Dampf Turbinen u. die Aussichten der Warme- kraft Maschinen Versuche u, Sbudien, von Dr. A. Stodola, 564
  • Depreciation of Factories, Mines, and Industrial Undertakings and their Valuations, Ewing Matheson, (395)
  • Deutschland’s Seeinteressen, Jahrbuch fur Nauticus, (95)
  • Duncan’s Manual of Tramways, Omnibuses, and Electric Railways of the United Kingdom and the Foreign and Colonial (Companies Registered in England, (95)
  • Durham College of Science, Newcastle-upon- Tyne, Calendar for Session 1903-4, (305)
  • Dynamo, The, Its Theory, Design, and Manufacture, C. C. Hawkins and T. Wallis, (395)
  • Dynamos and Motors, Practical Testing of Chas. F. Smith, (325)
  • E. London Technical College, Calendar for Session 1903-4, (305)
  • Eisenhuttenwesens, Gemeinfassliche, Darstel- lung des, Herausgegeben, vom Verein Deutscher Eisenhiittenleute, (96)
  • E'senhuttenwes^n, Jahrbuch fur das, bear- beitet von 0. Vogel, (325)
  • Elasticity and Resistance of the Materials of Engineering, Wm. H. Burr, (422)
  • Electrical Engineering, Elements of, Tyson Sewell, (422), (497)
  • Engineering Measuring Instruments for Commercial and Laboratory Purposes, G. D. Aspinall Parr, 168
  • Engineers’ Pocket book,Whittaker’s. (422). (469)
  • Installations of Electric L’gbt, Power, Traction, and Industrial Electric Machinery, Vol. v, Rankin Kennedy, (325)
  • Electric Light and Power Mains, Localisation of Faults in, F. Chas. Raphael, (623) '
  • Lighting and Power Distribution: Elementary Manual of Electrical Eagiueering, W. Perren Maycock, (556)
  • Tramways, Practical Construction of, Wm. R. Bowker, (241). (326) d’Blectricitd Cours, H. Pellat, (422) Electricity, Conduction of, Through Gases J. J.
  • Thomson, 325, 692, 617 and Magnetism, R. T. Glazobrook, (325)
  • and Magnetism, Theoretical and Practical, C. E. Ashford, (350) Elektrotechnischen Elnrichtuugen Moderner Schitfe, 0. C. Roedder, (350)
  • Encyclopedia Britannica, Vols, xxiii., xxxii,, 325^ (3^)°'
  • Engine Tests and Boiler Efficiencies, J. Buchetti, (95). 592
  • Engineer, in Sonth Africa : Review of the Industrial Situation in South Africa after the War and Forecast of the Possibilities of the Country, Stafford Ransome, (242), (325), 524
  • Engmeering and Electric Traction Pocket-book. Philip Dawson, (18)
  • Engineers’ Constants for the Slide Rule and How they are Obtained, J. A. Bums, (469)
  • Engineer’s Gazette, Annual Almanac. Diary, and Log for 1904, (555)
  • Engineer’s Price Book, Spm’s, Thos. G. Marlow, (325)
  • Writing for Schools, L. Cope Cornford, (270)
  • Every Man’s Own Lawyer, By a Barrister, (623) rlexure of Beams, Experiments on the, Albert E. Guy, 280
  • Foundry Nomenclature : The Moulder’s Pocket Dictionary, (593)
  • Fowler’s Electrical Engineer’s Year Book and Dictionary of Light, Power, and Traction Stations, 1904, (623)
  • Free^ade, Protection. Damping, Bounties, and Preferential Tariffs. H. A. Agacy, (462)
  • Gas Engine, The, Fred Remson Hutton, (497)
  • Gas En^nes, their Advantages, Action, and Application, W. A . Tookey, (422)
  • G^ and Oil Engine Management, Practical ®z Attendants, M. Powis Bale, (497)
  • Geometry for Beginners, Theoretical, Part IL C. H. Allcock, (325)
  • Geometry, First Stage, Praetioal Plane and Solid, G. P. Barn, (212)
  • Geometry, Sshonl, Part III, Circles, Hal! and Stevens, (148)
  • Geometry for Schools, S. Barnard and J. M. Child, (305)
  • Gold Mining and Milling in West Australia, A. G. Charleton, (168), 280
  • Governors and Governing Mechanism, H. R. Hall, (497)
  • G aphic Statics, with Applications to Trusses, B^ams, and Arches, Jerome S^ndericker, (497)
  • Heating and Ventilation of Houses. C. K Townsend, (168)
  • Hoisting Machinery, Elementary Treatise on, J. Horner, (469)
  • Home Mechanic, John Knight, {507}
  • Hotel Guide for the United Kingdom, The Handy, (148)
  • Hydraulics, with Working Tables, E, S. Bella- sis, (241), (469)
  • Illumination, Art of, Louis Ball, (305) logeuieurwisseaschaften, Handbuch der, Vierter Band, Die Biumaschinen, F. Lincke und L. FriDzlus, 368
  • Insurance Register, 1903, The, Arthur W Tarn, (95)
  • Iron and Steel, Manufacture and Properties of Harry Huso Campbell, 95 ’
  • Iron, Steel, Tin-plate, and other Trades of South Wales, History of, Chas. Wilkins, 60 Iron and Steel Tubes, Manufacture of. E. C. R Marks, (422), (469)
  • Irrigation, EagineeriDg, Herbert M. Wilson, (623)
  • Jahrbuch iiir Deutschland’s Seeinteressen von Nauticus, 184
  • Kaleader fitr Seemaschinisten, 1904, E. Ludwio- and E. Linder, (623) ®
  • Kinematics of Machines, R. J. Dorley, 184 “ Knowledge” Diary and ScientiBc Hand-book for 1904, (623)
  • L’quid Fuel and its Combustion, Wm H Booth, (507) ’
  • Locomotive Practice, Modern, C. E. Wolff (95), 212
  • Locomotives of the London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, 1839-1903, (95)
  • Locomotives in Use on the London and North- Western, Register of, G. T. Jucks and Co
  • L->g of H.M.S. Arethusa, 1899-1903, R. W. Hathaway, (95)
  • Machines and Tools Employed in Working of Sheet Metals, R. B. Hodgson, (395) Materiaux Artihciels, Marie Auguste 368
  • Mechanical Engineers’ Pocket-book. Fowler’s, (422)
  • Mechanical Engineer’s Pocket-book of Formuhe. Rules, and Data, by the late D K Clark, (95)
  • Mechanics, Elementary Manual of Applied Andrew Jamieson, (497) ’
  • Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering, Textbook of Applied, Andrew Jamieson, (422) Moderns Gesichtspunkte fiir den Eutwurf u ' Apparate, Dr. F. Niethhammer, (^5)
  • Motor Car Acts, The, 1896-1903, (623)
  • Motor Route Maps, The ‘‘Strip,” Nos. 5, 21, i 19, (148) ’ I
  • Municipal Engineering, Model Answers to Questions, (280) ,
  • Municipal Trade : Advantages and Disadvantages of Substitution of Representative Bodies ' ^r Private Proprietors, Major Leonard Darwin, (395)
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Catalogue of Books on the Useful Arts in the Central Library, Basil Anderson, (168)
  • FamHc Cable Project, Annals and Aims cf (The All Red Line), (95)
  • Pdtents for 1902, Annual Report of the Com missioner of, (184)
  • Making, The Art of, J. MoKim Chase, T»
  • Permanent Way Material, Plate-laying, and
  • Plate Girders, Design of, W. E, Lilly, 168 Students, &c., Prac- (462\ Wright Clarke, (108),
  • Electrical Pocket-book, 1904, (555) ’
  • Construction, J. Wright Clarke, (469) '
  • ^^IsY)^ Universal Directory of, 1903,
  • Railway Series of Text-books and Manuals, by
  • Rail-v^y Men for Railway Men: No. 4, Rail- ('241)*^^^^^®^ Wagons, Sydney Stone, S? Text-books and Manuals: 13 Bridges, by Loidis, (280)
  • R^d s Manne Stokers’ Guide to the Firing and Care of Steam Boilers in Use in the British Navy and Mercantile Marine, by Vulcan, 422 Refrigeration, Mechanical, Hal Williams, 168, (laoj Improvement of, Treatise on the Methods employed for Open Navigation and Navigation by means cf Locks and Dams. „ Thomas and D. A. Watt, 212 Loyal Navy List, (395) Royal Society of New South Wales, Journal and Proceedings of, (422)
  • Secondary Batteries : Practical Hand-book for Attendants, by an Engineer.
  • Sell’s Dictionary of the World’s Press and Ad- (184)^^’^^ ^ook, 1903, H. Sell,
  • fixation of, with special reference Birmingham Tame and (168)^’^”“*^ J' Watson,
  • ®Dtf:inU395U22’ “f. W. J.
  • Shirt’ (148)
  • Short Spins Round London South of the
  • I names, Armstrong and Inglis, (148) bixpenny Almanac, 1904, (555) I
  • Hckwo:iMl2^5)' j
  • Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge, 1373, Hodgkin’s Fund : Structure of the Nucleus, Continuation of Experiments with Ionised Air, Carl Barus, (184)
  • Smithsonian Institution, Annual Report of the Board of Regents of, for Year ending June 30bh, 1900; Report of the U.S. National Museum, (184)
  • Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 1038, Prepared by Thomas Gray, (168)
  • Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 1376, List of; Publications of the Smithsonian Institution, W, J. Rhees, (181)
  • Smoke Acts, Administration of the, W. Nicholson, (325)
  • Steel Concrete Construction, Notes on, Major J. Winn, (325)
  • Steel, Hardening, Tempering, Annealing, and Forging of, Jo-eph V. Woodward, (422)
  • Steel, Hardening, Tempering, Annealing, and Forging of, J. V. Woodworth, (469)
  • Steel andiron for Advanced Students, Arthur H. Hiorns, (184)
  • Stones for Building and Decoration, G. P. Merrill, (148)
  • Strand Magazine, Christmas Number, (623)
  • Submarine Cable Testing and Working, Beginner’s Manual of, G. M. Baines, (212)
  • Submarine Navigation, Past and Present, Alan H. Burgoyne, 60
  • Sub-mechanics of the Universe, The, Prof. Osborne Reynolds, 468, 493
  • Technical Mechanics, Edw. R. Maurer, (623)
  • Telegraphyand Telephony, Elementary, Arthur Crotch, (395), (497)
  • Tramways and Light Railways, The Law of, G. S. Robertson, (350)
  • Traverse Tables to Five Places for every 2' of Angle up to 100 of Distance, Robt. Shortrede, (168)
  • Turbine, The Steam, Robt. M. Neilson, (325), 524
  • University C irrespondence’College : Calendar, 1903 04, (422)
  • University Correspondence’ College : The Calendar, 1902-03 ; Matriculation Directory, (95)
  • University Tutorial Series: Tutorial Statics and Tutorial Dynamics, Wm. Briggs and G. H. Bryan, (623)
  • Volunteer Annual, Metropolitan Corps, Edited by A. E. Johnson, (148)
  • Wages, Adjustment of, Study in the Coal and Iron Industries of Great Britain and America, Prof. W. J. Ashley, 391
  • Water Supply: Students’ Hand-book, R. E. Middleton, (325), 368
  • Waterworks, Directory and Statistics, 1903, (18)
  • Woodwork Joints: How to Make and Where to Use them, by a Practical Joiner, (95)
  • H 'ori'f Illustrated Weekly Journal for Mechanics, Nos. 725 to 750, Vol. xxv., (555)
  • World’s Commerce and American Industries, The, John L. Macfarlane, (555)
  • LOANS, Repayment of, 93
  • Local Audit, 196
  • Locomotive, Compound Road, Wm, Foster and Co., Limited, 143
  • Locomotives—fiee Railway
  • London County Council, Recommendations of the
  • Highways and Rivers Committees, (91) Lubricant for Manilla Ropes, (358)
  • MACADAMISED Roads, Effects of Traffic and Weather on, Mr. T. Aitken, 299
  • Machine Drawing and Design Classes, 222, 210

Machine Tools:

  • American, German, and British in Russia, (259)
  • Angle Iron Cropper, Messrs. Rushworth and Co., 604
  • Armour-plate Planing, Hulse and Co., Limited, 265
  • Boring and Facing Machine, Mr. George Swift, 453
  • Boring Mill, Gutting Cast Iron at High Speed, I Armstrong, Whitworth, 534 I
  • Boring and Turning Machines, Direct Motor driven Horizontal, Hetherington and Sons, Limited, (463)
  • Cam Miller, Cunliffe and Croom, Limitsd, 311
  • Disc Grinder, Universal, 28in., 356
  • Drill, A New, Cunliffe and Croom, Limited, 310
  • Drilling Machines, Two, Wm. Asquith, Limited, 482, 483, 509
  • Machine, Tangye Tool and Electric Company, Limited, 97
  • and Tapping Machines, Radial, Kendal and Gent, (361)
  • Grinding, Hulse and Co., Limited, 264 High-speed Steel and Machine Tools, 97, 510, 534
  • Lathe for Armour Plate Bolts, Armstrong, Whitworth, 534
  • (lOOin.) Driving Wheel, Milwaukee Railway Shops, (236)
  • Electric Hexagon Turret, Alf. Herbert, Limited, 18, (34)
  • Electrically - driven, Tangye Tool and Electric Company, Limited, 92, 97 of the Future, 575, 605
  • Heavy Service, Darling and Sellers, Limited, 522, 523, 525
  • for High-speed Steel, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited. 510
  • with Multiple Tools, Mr. F. B. Kleinhaus, 660
  • Patternmakers’, Messrs. A. Ransome and Co., 508
  • Speed of, 67
  • Hulse and Co., Limited, 264. 265 Messrs. James Spencer and Co., (77) Machine Tools for High speed Steel, Messrs. J. P. Hall and Co., 97
  • Milling Machine Feeds, 22, 46, 72, 99
  • Milling and Profiling Machines, Kendal and Gent, (22)
  • Not Made in Russia, (259)
  • Planer, Hand-feed, Messrs. A, Ransome and Co., 508
  • Machine Tools' {continued):
  • Planing, Darling and Sellers, 570
  • Machine, Electrically-driven, Messrs. Craven Bros., (438)
  • and Shaping, Butler and Co., 570 and Slotting, T. Shanks and Co., 571 See {Supplement, December IIM, 1903), Sachsischen Maschinen Fabrik, Hulse and Co., Smith and Coventry, J. Buckton and Co., Beyer, Peacock and Co., J. Archdale and Co., Darling and Sellers, J. Hetherington and Sons, G. Richards and Co., G. Wilkinson and Sons
  • Plano-milling and Profiling Machine, Large, Kendal and Gent, 418, 420, 421
  • Plate-planing Machine, Buckton’s, 7
  • Railway Spring Testing Machinery, West Hydraulic Engineering Company, Limited, 423
  • Reciprocating {Supplement, December ll^A, 1903), 624
  • Rolling Mill for Reverse Curves, Mr. Godfrey
  • B. Johnson, 425
  • Saw, Double Hack, Beanland, Perkin and Co., 241
  • Shearing, Johns’, made by Messrs. H. Pels and Co., 209, 240
  • Slotters—see Supplement, liecc'mber ID/t, 1903, Butler and Co., Hetherington and Sons, Niles-Bement-Pond
  • Slotting, Messrs.'J. Spencer and Co., (77) Speed of, Mr. P. V. Vernon, 510
  • Spencer and Co., Messrs. James, (77)
  • Turning and Boring Machines, Direct Motor- driven Horizontal, Hetherington and Sons, Limited, (463)
  • Wheel Cutting Machine, Automatic, G. Birch and Co., 47, 48
  • Woodworking Machines, New, Messrs, A. Ransome and Co., 508
  • Worm Gearing, 93
  • MACHINERY Building in England, Progress in, 6.6
  • for a Granite Quarry, W. Richards and Son, 146
  • and Millwork Exports to Canada and Australia, (117)
  • Packing of, 120
  • Madras Public Works Department, Coopers Hill Men in the, (163)
  • Magnetic Observatory, Removal of, from Kew, (39)
  • Magnetism of Basalt, Dr. G. E. Allan on, (454) Manchester Municipal School of Technology, Circular respecting Education of Engineer Apprentices, 409
  • Manchuria, Mineral Wealth of, 35 Manganese Mines of the Caucasus, (528) Manganese Ore in Transcaucasia, Rich Deposits of, (620)
  • Manganese, Permanence of Resistance Standards of Sheet, (477)
  • Manx Ports, Tax Imposed on all Passengers Embarking or Disembarking, (283)
  • Map of the United States at the St. Louis Exhibition, (163)
  • Maps for Teaching Purposes, Cheap Ordnance Survey, 400
  • Marston, Mr. A. E., (117)
  • Matches, Japanese, Overproduction of, (504) I Match-making in Germany, Bill Prohibiting Use I of White or Yellow Phosphorus, (186) '
  • Materials, Inspection of, 227, 219, 273, 291, 297, (309), 320, 343, 367, 391, 458 ,
  • Mathes'-n, Mr. Duncan, (117) I
  • Measuring Light, M. Touchet’s Apparatus, (151) Measuring Machine, Newall, 37
  • Mechanism, Limitations of, 600 Metal called Selium, A New, (236) Metal Filings, Diffusion and Compression of, (447) Metallic Calcium, The Future of, (528)
  • Metals, Lacquers and Paints for, 264, 288, 381 Metals under Influence of Heat, Expansion and Contraction of, 72
  • Meteorological Office Reports, (91) Metric System in America, The, 142 Metric System for Cape Colony, 290
  • Metric Weights and Measures, Bill for the Compulsory Adoption of the, (550), (551)
  • Midgley’s Boot Factory, 134 Milburn, Mr. Wm., (514)
  • Mill (60ft.), Boring and Turning, Mr. J. Riddell, 369, 372, 373
  • Mill, Plate, The Largest in United States, (427) Milling Machine Feeds, 22, 46, 72, 99 Milling Machinery at the Royal Show, 17 Mine Draining in South Staffordshire, 362 Mineral Industry cf Trinidad, (328)
  • Statistics, The, 589 Survey of Ceylon, 525 Wealth of Manchuria, 35 Wealth of Siberia: Tract Rich in Naphtha Discovered, (117)
  • Minerals of Ontario, The, 470
  • Minerals Raised in the United Kingdom, Output and Value of, Sir C. Le Neve Foster’s Statistics, (551)
  • Miners’ Phthisis Commission of Witwatersrand, (427)
  • Miners’ Safety Lamp Tester, Mr, W. Johnson on, 603
  • Mines, Increasing Temperatures with Depth of Shafts, 314
  • Temperature, Victoria, (504) of the Transvaal, Total Output of, (528) Mining in West Australia, 433
  • Mining in West Virginia, United States, Mr. J. W. Paul’s Report, (117)
  • Mirlees, Mr. James Buchanan, 500
  • Mirror Extensometer, New Form of, Mr. G. Morrow, 300
  • Mohr, Mr. John, (263) Morel, Sir Thomas, (388)

Motor Vehicles and Matters Connected Therewith:

  • Act, The New: The Chief Constable of Manchester’s Recommendation to the Watch Committee, (597)
  • Act, Requirements under the New, (454), (477); Operation of, in Hampshire, (504); Prospects under, (559)
  • Alcohol, Captain C. C. Longridge on the Theory of, 143
  • French Tests of, 85 Motor, Theory of the, 324 American Import and Export of, (91)
  • American’s Trip to the Arctic Circle in a Napier Car, (190)
  • Autocar Notes, Steam, by J. S. V. Bickford 542 ’
  • Auto-Cycle Club, Reliability Trials, August (62)
  • Automania in a New Light, 24
  • Automobile Cars for Railways, 430
  • Chairs Propelled by Electricity at the St. Louis Exhibition, (190)
  • Charging Stations, Directory and Map of, 558
  • Club, Governing Gas and Petro Engines, Mr. Dugald Clerk on, 457
  • Prospect of Association in connection with, to Watch the Interests of Heavy Motor Transport, (509), (551)
  • Trials, (12), (65), (117). 192, 213, 236, (283), 302, 331 569, 573, 596 ; Awards, 569 ; Side-slip Competition, (573) ; May, 1904, (504)
  • Congress at Paris, 1, 55, 81 Construction, Developments in,
  • Mr. T. Clarkson, (278), 313, 335 for the Dowager Empress of China, (573)
  • for Russian Postal Service, (36), (477)
  • Service on Russian Military Road, (259)
  • Belgium, Speed Regulations in, (117), (140)
  • Bicycle Race at Crystal Palace, (213)
  • Brussels, Regulations as to Speed in the Streets and in the Open Country, (117), (140)
  • Canadian Customs Department, Regulations as to Tourists’ Motor Cars, 44
  • Cars at the German Army Manoeuvres, (213) Commercial Motor Vehicles and Licensing, 584 Cuba an Excellent Market for, (620)
  • Driver Fined for being Drunk while in Charge of a Wagon, (375)
  • Dust Nuisance, 309, 358
  • Edison Accumulator for Motor Cars, (597)
  • Electric Delivery Van, Compagnie de I’lndustiie Electrique, Geneva, 63, 64
  • Electric, Discussion on Lieut. Col. Crompton’s Paper on Mr. T, E, Gatehouse’s Data Respecting New Secondary Battery, (65)
  • Electric Phaeton, Cumpagnie de I’lndustrio Electrique, Geneva, 63
  • Fine for Driving Motor Cycle with Trailer, Absurdity of Imposing, (58)
  • Fines Imposed for Furious Driving, (12)
  • French Tests of Alcohol Motor, Capt, C. C. Longridge, 85
  • Fuel for, A New, (401)
  • Gordon Bennett Race, 35
  • Gordon Bennett Race, Companies Entered for the Next, (306)
  • Gordon Bennett Selection Trials, (616) Government Bill, The, 38, 42, 62, 162, 166, (ISO)
  • Hampshire County Council and the Act, (504) Humber Works, Beeston, Notts, 232, 235 In Private Life, 553, 581,608
  • Isle of Wight, Speed Restricted, (351)
  • Licences, Registration Fees, Number Plates, &c., under the New Act, (454)
  • Light Cars, Classified according to Price, (573) Local Authorities in England and Wales Entrusted with Powers under the Act, (213) Locomobile Design, Improvements in, Mr, T, Clarkson on, (278), 313, 335
  • Marine Motoring, Mr. Bernard Redwood on, (454)
  • Military Tractor, Richard Hornsby and Sons, Limited, 601
  • Motive Power of the Future, Mr. H. D. How, (78)
  • Motor ’Bus Service, Great Western, Penzance and Newlyn, (427)
  • Car Service in the Lake District, (573) Speed Trials at Southport, (283) Transport for Goods, Mr. Douglas Mackenzie on, 374
  • Volunteer Corps, The Secretary for War’s Decision as to the Outfit Allowance for Officers of, (597)
  • Napier Motor Launch, 170, (192)
  • Number Plates Required under the New Act, (454)
  • Omnibuses -y. Electric Trams, 287
  • Hastings and St. Leonards, (338) Started by Wolverhampton Corporation, (163)
  • Paris Show, Motor Cars at the, 591, 593
  • Petrol, Caught Fire in the Strand, (259) Driven, M. Alexander Govan on, (498) Heatly-Gresham Engineering Company, 49, 50
  • Engines for. Ratio between Diameter and Stroke and Cylinder Capacity of, (283)
  • Postal Services in Corsica by, (401)
  • Race for the Grand Prix de la Republique, Velodrome du Parc des Princes, (317)
  • Radiator for Petrol Motor Cars, The Honeycomb, (597)
  • Regular Service of, on Bridlington Highway, North-Eastern Railway Company, (65), (77) Regulations, 308, 525
  • Rome, Increasing Use of in, (108)
  • Rubber Solution for Patching Inner Tubes of, (351)
  • Russian Towns, Use of, in, (259)
  • St. Petersburg, Increasing Demand for, (213) Salford Council, Electric Motors to be Hired out to the Public, (454)
  • Single-cylinder 5 H.P. and 12 H P. Cars, Humber, Limited {>^Kpplement, Sepleniber itky 1903), 232, 234
  • Sixty Kilometres an Hour, Marquis de Dion Recommends a Speed of, (477)
  • Speed of, 145, (171). 195
  • Speed Limit, The Prime Minister’s Reply to a Dundee Correspondent, (190)
  • Steam Autocar Notes, Small Steam Engines, by J. S. V. Bickford, 69, 180, 542; Henry Lea, 581;
  • Cars, A. J. Allen, (195)
  • Omnibuses, Clarkson, Limited, 73. 602
  • Steering Gear for, (625)
  • Motor Vehicles, and Matters Connected therewith {continued}*.
  • Storage Battery for, Mr. Edison’s, (163)
  • Tachographs for, 221, 241
  • Tour from Boston to New York made by an Electric Car, (477)
  • Trial Runs for Commercial and Light Cars, recommended by th© Society of Motor Manufacturers, (454)
  • Two-wheel Motor Car, (490)
  • United Kingdom, Number in Use in, (117)
  • Value of, shown in the Recent Military Mamcivres, (306)
  • Vehicles for Municipal Work, Mr. Parr on, (386)
  • Volunteer Corps, Regulations as to Fuel and Allowance, (514)
  • Wagon, 5-Ton Steam, Messrs. Jas. and Fred. Howard, 569
  • Steam, for GoodsTransport, in Bristol, (401)
  • Use of, Discussed at Cardiff, (401) Westrumite, Merits of, for Laying Dust, 358 Works, Some, 232, 235
  • MOSELY Education C0mmission, The, (17), 191, 198
  • Motors, Monophase Induction Repulsion, Mr. William Cramp on, 299
  • Motors, Wind, Opening for, in Siam, (306)
  • Municipal Trading, H. Shirley-Price on, 383
  • NAPHTHA in Siberia, (117)
  • ‘’Naphtha Tube” between St. Petersburg and Rybinsk, (190)
  • National Invention, 141
  • National Physical Laboratory, June Report, (259)
  • Navy, Breakdowns in the, 553, 605, 624
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 2, 64, 150, 200, 219, 242, 270, 294, 338, 358, 383, 431, 458, 490, 507, 524, 628
  • Nasmyth, Wilson and Co.’s Works, Extension of, (315)
  • Neiid, Mr. R. J., (65)
  • Neilson, James, (368)
  • Newcastle-under-Lyme, Lean for Pumping Machinery and Sewage Disposal Works, (551) Newcomen Engine, The, 395, 407, 436, 437, 438 Newcomen and his Successors, 434, 458
  • New Orleans, New Drainage System and its Results, (163)
  • New South Wales. Government Statistician’s Return on Manufactories and Works, (128)
  • Newton’s Law of Gravitation, Professor Brown’s Investigation of, (620)
  • New York State, Area of, and Means of Transportation in, (91)
  • Nickel Wire, Effect of Stretching, (620)
  • Nobel Physics, Chemistry, and Medicine Prizes to be Awarded respectively to Marconi, Arfhenius, andFinsen, (477)
  • Noxious Gases and "Vegetation, 119
  • Nut, The Forbes Grip, 11

Obituary:

  • OFFICIAL Prices” a Misleading Term, (528)
  • Oil, Cylinder, and Cylinder Lubrication, 55, 108, 132, 155, (195)
  • Oil, Dangers of Paraffin, 476
  • Oil Fuel Burner, A New, Mr. A. E. Johnstone, 431
  • Oils, Kern River "Valley, Difficulty in Transporting, (117)
  • Oil, Laying Dust with, (306)
  • Oil Production of the United States, Total, (306) Davis-Perrett, Limited, ,
  • Olive Crop Unfavourable, Italian, (504) I
  • Omnibus, Steam, Clarkson, Limited, 73
  • Ontario, Minerals of, 470

Ordnance and other Fire-arms;

  • Brown 10in. Segmental Wire Gun, Tests at Sandy Hook, (323)
  • Cannon, Most Powerful Existing, Invented by General Ordencis, (401)
  • Chilian Naval Commission, Gun Trials, (117)
  • Crozier. Gen. William, Report on the Work of the United States Bureau of Ordnance, (551)
  • Forbes’ Infantry Range-finder, Trials with, 298
  • Gun, Brown Segmental Wire, Tests of, at Sandy Hook, (236)
  • Gun Con*tructed in Mafeking during Siege, Major-Gen, Baden-Powell Describes, (117)
  • Gun Construction, United States, Metal Employed in, (427)
  • Gun Factory, United States Government. Washington Navy Yard, 461
  • Gun Shop, Watervliet Arsenal, New York, Yearly Output, (427)
  • Guns, 7|in, Coast Defence, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Limited, Record in Power Established, (117)
  • Gun, lOin. Wire, on the Brown System, Tested at Sandy Hook, (190)
  • 13in , Mounted on American Warships, .(477)
  • 16in., for Coast Defence, United States, The First, (551)
  • Guns, Qaick-firing, Experiments with Two New, (306)
  • Gunnery Experiments at Brest, French, (190)
  • Howitzers for the Austrian Army, New, (283) Rifle Mechanism, The Topham, 122 Rifle, Sprinfield Magazine, to Replace the
  • Krag-Jorgenson in United States Army, (163)
  • United States Bureau of, 16in. Gun for Coast Defence, (551); Model of Magaz’ne Rifle, (551)
  • OSMIUM Lamp, Dr, W. Wedding’s Testa on, (573)
  • Ouseburn Valley, Scheme for Filling up, (454) Ovens, Annealing, 224
  • Oxy-hydrogen Flame, Burning Holes in Iron by Means of an_, (12)
  • Ozone, Production and Uses of, 497
  • Oz misers at Lambeth, The Yarnold, 498
  • PACKING Block’, Step, II. Wallwork and Co., (361)
  • Packing of Machinery, 120
  • Paddington Declines Mr. Carnegie’s Offer for Free Library, (427)
  • Padley, Mr. John, (215)
  • Paints, 22, 73
  • on Engineering Structures, Value of White, 227, (291), 332, 383, 400, 435 the Value of, Table giving, (210)
  • Panama and its Prospects, 506
  • Paper, High-class Foreign, Demand for in St. Petersburg, (259)
  • Strength Tests, U.S.A. Arsenal, (12) Tests on the Strength of, (213)
  • Para, Rubber Industry of, (573), Trade Recovers, (573)
  • Paris Sewage Farms, 5C0
  • Parsons Turbine Engines. (439)
  • Patent-office, Assistant Examiners in the. Open Competitive Examination for, (551)
  • Patent-oflQce Library, 536
  • Patent-office’s Work, U.S., 1902. (117)
  • Patents Bill, Australian, 193, (194)
  • in (lanada, 21
  • German, (291)

Patents, Selected American :

  • Anchor, Stowing Mechanism for Ships, J. Kidd, 492
  • Armour for Ships and Turrets, C. P, E. Schneider, 202
  • Blast Furnace, Charging Car for, G. W. Bollman, 516
  • Blast Furnace Gases, Purifying, G. J. Snelus, 130
  • Boiler, Steam, Bradley and Senter, 272
  • T. A. Gillespie, 296
  • J. M. McClellon, 632 Water-tube, D. Roberts, 178
  • Boring or DriJing Angular Holes, R. Bartholo- maus, 152
  • Bridge, Bascule, J. W. Page, 318
  • Burner, Bunsen, Gas Heating, J, J. Lawler, 610
  • Casting Crucible Steel Ingots, J. F. McGrath, 130
  • Casting Finished Pinions or Gear Wheels, L. J. Crecelius, 26
  • Centering Shafting, F. H. Hudson, 296
  • Chuck, Fluid Pressure, Operated, B. M. W. Hanson, 272
  • Concrete Piles, Making, F. Shuman. 492, 585 Conveyor, Travelling, E. Balzley, 610
  • Crane, Charging or Discharging, C. L. Taylor, 54
  • Crosshead Pin Oder, Automatic, C. A. V. Carlsson and C. E. Bohman, 80
  • Cutter for Dredges, L. W. Bates, 152
  • Digging Machine, H. Sorensen, 442 Dredger, S. Beer, 178
  • Dredging and Excavating, J. J. Conlin, 80 Electric Tramway or Railway Rail, H. M. Bigwood, 610
  • Electrically, Heating Rivets, H. V. Loss, 152 Electricity, Generating, J. H. Reid, 492 Engine, W. A. Alsterlund, 178
  • Blowing or Compressor, E. Wiki, 152 Explosive, P. C. Sainsevain, 178
  • W. Walke, 466 Gas, G. Westinghouse and E. Rund, 152
  • Internal Combustion, C. E. Dawson, 80
  • Internal Combustion, Diesel and Glildner, 540
  • Rotary, W. H. Cornell, 15'2
  • F. A. Franz<5n, 202 E. H. Werner, 54 Steam, C. L, Fonts, 442
  • Engine, Structure, Compound, L. D. Lovekin, 26
  • Escavating, Steam Shovel, C. M. Harrison, 54 Excavator, W. E. and P. J. Malony. 202 Feeding Mechanism for Rolling Mills, J. R.
  • George, 632 Feed-water Heater, F. W. Luedke, 340 Fire-box, W. D. Boyce, 632
  • Fluid Clutch, B. B. Chandler, jun., 80 Friction Clutch Device, Fluid-controlled,
  • T. Maison, 364 Furnace, E. H. Carroll, 272 for Heating or Melting Materials,
  • W, P. Thompson, 152 Ingot-heatingr, F. H. Daniels and
  • S. T. and C. II. Wellmam, 152 Gas Producer, A. M. Gow, 610 Gas-producing System, G. Westinghouse, 610 Gearing, M, F. Rondet, 361 Glass, Making Sheet, R, L. Frick and W. doH.
  • Lee, 130
  • Governor, Centrifugal, Eugene Mathieu, 272 Gun with Barrel Recoil, 0. Lauber, 152 Guns, Auxiliary Barrel for Breech-loading, V. C. Tasker, 632
  • Hammers, Manipulating Automatic, C, R. McKibben, 108
  • Hardening Treads of Cast Steel Car Wheels,
  • T. Mitchell, 248 Harrow, Alexander, 380 Ingots from Moulds, Stripping, W. H. Morse,
  • Iron, Purifying, S. L. Mershon, 318
  • Ladle Car, R, H. Stevens, £0
  • Locomotive Blast Pipe, H. S. Wainwright, 510 Locomotive Eogine, W. M. Smith, 540 Locomotive Sanding Device, J. C. Hooper, 364 Machine for Making Expanded Metal, J. F. Craven, 632
  • Measuring Distances of Distant Objects, T. D. Brown and G. W. and J. H. Hause, 540
  • Metal, Producing Uniformity of Quality in Molten, R. G. G. Moldenke, 616
  • Mill Piercing and Expanding, J. H. Nicholson, 130
  • Mill, Three-high, J. Kennedy, 414
  • Motor Explosion, J. P. E. Liet, 28
  • Mowers, Knife Head for, L. B, Mitchell, 516 i Oil Cm, M. Masterson, 226
  • Pipe Stove for Heating Blast for Furnaces, E. P. Davis, 248
  • I Pipe Wrench, J. Donaldson, 296 Projectile, E. M, Johnson, 390 Projectile, C. Van C. Wheeler and A. G. McKenna, 152
  • Projectile, Armour-piercing, R. A, Hadfield, 130
  • Pulley, Expanding Rope, D. N. Bertram and S. Milne, 152
  • Pulverising Metals, C. Berfcon, 80 Pump, Centrifugal, A. C. E. Rateau, 318
  • Double-action Feed, C, Caille, 610 Double-cylinder Sinking, E. M, Coryell, 202
  • Feed, A. B. Moore, 152 Regulator, A, A. Ball, jun., 202 Valveless, L. S. Chapman, 364 Railway Spike, J. H. Duffy, 226 Re-bound Preventing Device for Gas Engines, C, Schrolz, 492
  • Regulator for Suction Valves of Explosive Engines, A. Clement, 390
  • Rivet-caulking Tool, P. J. Sweeney, 26 Riveting Machine, M. W, Wilkins, 340 Riveting Mechanism, C. J. Carney and J. C. Gordon, 564
  • Road Scarifier, W. M. Fawcett, 80 Roll-housing Support, J. Kennedy, 130 Rolling Mill, Car Wheel and Tire," H. C.
  • Buhoup and G. P. Ritter, 80 Ssamless Tubes or Hollow Articles, C. Mercader and C. P. Byrnes, 80
  • Semi-submergible Vessel, S. Lake, 540 I
  • Shaft and Casing, Flexible, E. D. Weyman, 318
  • Shafting, Flexible, G. E. Gay, 516 Sighting Apparatus, H. Grubb, 178 Slag Furnace, 0. S. Garretson, 248 Smelting Furnace, E. Riveroll, 564 Spark Arrester, F. E. Rogers and E. Hosking, 585
  • Speed Device, Variable, H. E. Kellogg, 585 Speed Gear, Variable, W. N. Damaresq, 152 Stay Bolt, S. H. Dunning, 152 Steam Condensing, C. V. A. Ely, 414 Steam Generator, J. S. Chenhalls, 564 Stoker for Furnaces, Mechanical, F. Burger, 516
  • Stove, Blue Flame Oil, G. W. Ferdon, 130 Superheater, H. Webster, 106
  • Telemotor Apparatus for Ships, &c., A. B. Brown, 585
  • Tin from Scrap, Recovering, B. A. Bergman, 540
  • Tire, Resilient, J. P. le Grand and N. Cheneau, 26
  • Tire, Vehicle, J. S. Chenhalls, 106
  • Trolley for Traversing Cranes, 0. Briede and H. W. Friedrichsen, 80
  • Trolley Wheel, F. B. Corey, 202
  • Turbine, Compound, G, C. Davison, 390
  • Elastic Fluid, C. G. Curtis, 226 Elastic Fluid, T. G. E. Lindmark, 564 Steam, T. G. E. Lindmark, 178, 466 Steam, R. Schulz, 106
  • Vane or Blade, T. Parker, 296 Regulating Device for Stumpf, 226 Valve, J. H. Clune, 632 L. W. Neubling, 632 F. A. Strnad, 202 Valves, Cushioning Device for Lovekin, 340
  • Water Level Indicator for Steam
  • H. Thiemann, 202 Weighing Scoop, J. S. Alexander, 414 Wheel Vehicle, C. W. Hunt, 54
  • PAVING, Street, New Stylo of, Hamilton, Canada, (604)
  • Tar Coating of the Avenue de la Grande Arm^e, Paris, (504)
  • Wood and Stone, Street, Capetown, (351)
  • Peat Fuel, Manufacture of, 500
  • Peat Fuel, Unfavourably Reported on, from Gothenburg, (140)
  • Pelton Wheel for Rolling Mill?, The, Gilbert
  • Gilkes and Co., Limited, 544
  • Penn, Mr. John, 526
  • Petrol, Absorption of Air by, 99
  • Petroleum Reservoirs in Constanzx Harbour, (306)
  • Petroleum in Russian-Turkestan, (117)
  • Pett’s Davits, 169
  • Philips, Mr. Thos., (561)
  • Phosphate Deposits at Shima, China, (213)
  • Phosphorus into Molten Metal, Method of Intro^ ducing, (213)
  • Physical Laboratory, National Director’s Report of Work in the Engineering and Physics Department, 174, (213)
  • Piano left behind in a Missouri-Pacific Roundhouse at Kansas City after the Floods, (163)
  • Piccadilly, Cost of Widening, (140)
  • Pile, Mr. John, (514)
  • Piston Rings, Triple, Messrs. S. A. Ward and Co., 406
  • Planing Machine, Armour-plate, Hulse and Co., Limited, 265
  • Planing Machines, Speed of, 268—KIJSO fiintplc ?utPHt becf’mher Wth, 1903
  • Plano-milling and Profiling Machine, Kendal and Gent, 418, 420, 421
  • Platinum in the Manufacture of Incandescent Lamps, A Substitute Discovered, Use of, (454) Plenum System of Heating and Ventilating
  • Workshops, 486
  • Ploughing in South Africa, (73)
  • Potatoes in Germany, Acreage Planted with, (163)
  • Portland Cement, 170, 240
  • Portland Cement Output, U.S., (283)
  • Power, Cost of, 34, 81. 107, 131, 153, 179, 239
  • Preservation of Machinery and Instruments ia
  • Bengal, Paul Bruhl on the, 101, 125, 147
  • Projectiles and Critical Velocities, Armour-piercing, 429
  • Public Health Department, London, 1902, Accounts of, (401)
  • Pulley, New Daslgn of “Ring,” (361)
  • Pump, Electrically-driven, Sinking, 355
  • Pump, High-speed, Silent Air, 406
  • Pumps, High-pressure, Hydraulic, Leeds Engineering and Hydraulic Company, 70, 71
  • Pumps, Sewage, for Melbourne, Hathorn, Davey and Co. {Supplemcni, Anyv.ff. 2L^ 1903,) 185
  • Pyrimeter, The, 310
  • QUICKSILVER, (573)
  • Production, U.S., (454)
  • Rocks in which it is Found, (351)
  • RADIO-ACTIVE Gas or Emanation, Mr. R. J. Strutt’s Discovery, (65)
  • Radium and Barium Chlorides, Mr. F. W. Branson’s Experiments with a Mixture of, (140)
  • Bromide of, Effect on the Nervous System, (12)
  • Bromide, Sensation Produced on the Eye, (91)
  • Industry, Demand and Cost, (259)
  • New Use for, (213)
  • Ore, Routt County, Colorado, (427) Phenomenon, Curious, (39) Power of the Emanation given off from, (91)
  • Riys, Treatment of Cancer by, (39)

Railway and Tramway Accidents;

  • Austrian State, Nervous Horse and Engine driver’s Whistle, Supreme Court’s Decision, (427)
  • Chicago, Electric Railway Accidents, September, (454)
  • Edinburgh and Glasgow, Collapse of a Tunnel, (573)
  • French, N. System, M, Sartiaux’s Classification of Railway Accidents, (454)
  • Germany, near Barlin, (190)
  • Glasgow, St. Enoch Station, (427), 430, (458) Great Northern, Bradford, (65), (217)
  • Great Northern, Collision at York-road Station, (504)
  • Great Western, Chaltenham and Honeybourne, Collapse of an Arch of the Viaduct near Stangway, (504)
  • Illinois Central, Collision on, (504)
  • India, between Pegu and Payagyi, (163) Lancashire and Yorkshire, Lmes Blocked at Agecroft through Fall of Bridge Girder, (190)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, between Liverpool and Southport, (65)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Narrow Escape through Stone on the Line, (163)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Sowerby Bridge, Coroner’s Verdict, (454)
  • Leven Viaduct, near Ulverston, 21
  • Liverpool, (145)
  • Liverpool, Waterloo Station, 90
  • London and North-Western, Driver Killed near Watford, (117)
  • Manchester to London, Derailments on Main Line, (283)
  • Midland, Great Western, at Ballymote, (140) Newcastle Central Station, Collision, (454) Nizam’s State Railway Washed Away, (163) Paris, Collision of Two Tramcars in a Fog, (620)
  • Paris Metropolitan, 167
  • Paris-Nimes Express Derailed, (190)
  • Paris Underground, 165
  • Preston, (190)
  • Ramsgate, Tramway Car Collision, (427) Russia, 9890 Accidents in 1902, (504)
  • Russia, Long Hours the Cause of the Many, (117)
  • Russia, 189, (375); Siberian Railway, Sima, (351)
  • Swansea and Mumbles, Line Damaged by Gale, (306)
  • United Kingdom during 1902, (236)
  • United States, Killed and Injured in August, September, 1902, in January, February, March, June, 1903, (117), (163), (190), (351), (477)
  • Waterloo Station, 285, 332

Railways, British, Canadian, Colonial, Indian, and South African:

  • African—Cape, Gold Coast, Natal, Khode- bian, South African, Transvaal, and Uganda
  • Australian, South, Decrease in the Earnings, due to Drought, (409)
  • Australia, Projected Electrification of Melbourne to St. Kilda Line, (246)
  • Australia, Projected Trans-Australian Line, (•283)
  • Bristol, London, and South Counties, Meeting of Guarantors, (427)
  • British, Total Paid-up Capital, 1890-91, (5/3)
  • Burma, Report for 1902-1903, (597)
  • Caledonian, the Company’s Half-yearly Report, (3C6)
  • Caledonian, Workmen Paid eff at St. Rollox Works, (375)
  • Canadian Grand Trunk, Half-year’s Report, (190). (375) . . ,
  • Grand Trunk, Pacific, Chief Physical Changes in the System, (528); Gross Earnings of, (528)
  • Pacific, Extension Projected, (620) Trans-continental, New, (512)
  • Cape to Cairo, Progress of, (259), (351), (573); Appointment of Mr. J. Buchanan as Manager, (375)
  • Cape Extensions, (161)
  • Cape Government Lines, Speed on, (290)
  • Furness, Dividend Declared, (163) Motor Car Service, (573) Armoured Extension to North-East Coast, (401). (411); Short Time in the Barrow Works, (477)
  • Grand Trunk Pacific, Fort Simpson to Winnipeg and Quebec, (536)
  • Gold Coast Government, Question of Rates on the, (573)
  • Great Central, Accounts for Half-year, (117) Fast Service to and from Sheffield, (376)
  • Miller Electric Signalling in Woodhead Tunnel, Low-pressure Pneumatic Signalling at Manchester, (477)
  • Neasden and Northolt, New Line, 350
  • Record Journey from London to Manchester, (573)
  • Service between Midland Towns and South Coast over the South-Eistern System, (351) Great Northern, Mr. A. J. Brickwell’s Appointment, (39)
  • Motor Car Service, (573) Records between London and Leeds, Chas. Rous-Marten, 60
  • and City, Finsbury and Moor- gate-street and Extension at the City End to Station at Bank, (427)
  • of Ireland, and the Castle- blaney and Armagh Line, (65)
  • of Scotland, Motor Carriages on, (236)
  • Great Western, Appointment of Mr. J. C. Inglis, (12)
  • Bristol to London, (128)
  • Brvnmawr to Nantyglo, (128); R yal Record Run, Mr. Cnas. Rous-Marten, 158
  • Cheltenham and Honeybourne Line, (198)
  • Cmnoction with Ireland, (464) Cornishman Express, (328) Fast Train from Paddington to Bristol, (306), (351)
  • French Locomotive for (163), (236), 415, 430, 541
  • Motor Cars on the, (192) Motor Car Service from Hel- ston to the Lizard, (259), (477)
  • New Mineral Railway by the, (464)
  • Receipts for Half-year, (163) Reported Retirement of Mr. T. J. Allen, (401)
  • Royal Train Record, Chas. Rous-Marten, 62
  • Service to Ireland, (464), (512) Short Route to London from South Wales, (24)
  • Steam Motor Coach, Mr, G. J. Churchward, 380; Motor ’Bus Service, Penzance and Newlyn, (427)
  • Technical Instruction for Apprentices at Swindon, 240 Turbine Steamers for their Irish Service, (190)
  • Widening of Bridge near Barrack Hill, (630)
  • Indian Bengal-Nagpur, Locomotives for, (175) Bengal-Nagpur, Pneumatic Signalling Substituted for Hand, (401)
  • Break of Gauge in, 456
  • Earnings and Traffic Returns, (140), (306)
  • East, Gross Receipts of, (597)
  • East, Coal Used on, (163)
  • Further Selangor Extension to Tanjong Malin, (620)
  • Jech-Doab Line, (140) Kutch, Want of Rulways in, (551) Madras, Retirement of Mr. J. Byrne, (454)
  • Midland, Agra-Delhi Chord Line, (620) Nilgiri, Metre Gauge, its Length, (140) Rohilkhand and Kumaon, Extensions, (528)
  • South, Metre Gauge System, Mileage of, (140)
  • State, Experiments with Cardiff and Native Coal, (12)
  • Tinnevelly-Qnilon Extension, (283)
  • X. R. 0. on, (73)
  • Ireland : Castleblaney and Armagh Line, (65) Great Northern, (345)
  • Great Southern, Projected Motor Car Service for Goods Transport, (328)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire: Double-ported Slide Valve, 347
  • Lancashire and Yorktbire, Lectures on Railway Transport at Owen’s College, Open to the Clerical Staff of, (375) Power Signalling at Bolton, (328)
  • Proj acted Steam Service between Goole and Hull and Continental Ports, (573)
  • 34 Dividend Declared, (117)
  • and Great Listern: Raceipts per Goods Train Mile, (236) London, Brighton, and South Coast: Balham toCroydonWidening, 619, 623
  • Improvements, 156,157 Portsmouth Harbour Station, (183)
  • Record Runs on the, no. (117)
  • Turbine Steamer, Brighton, (236), 212 London and North-Western: Accelerated Sar- vices for Octobe-, (306)
  • Brynmawrto Nantyglo, (128)
  • C ntemplated Introduction of New Type of Tender, (401)
  • Electrification of Branch Line, (12)
  • Fast Runs to Carlisle, (12)
  • Goods Train Mileage and Tonnage Hauled, (190)
  • Half-yearly Report, (163)
  • Improved Service Promised between Manchester and Llandudno, (620)
  • Manchester to Wilmslow, (351)
  • Mr. A. M. Thompson’s Appointment, (39) Motor Car Services, Lake District, (573) Rumoured Line from Velindre to Gorseinion, (630)
  • Runs on the, (117) ? Short Time and Reduction of Staff, (451), (177)
  • Widening of Chester and Holyhead Line, (236)
  • London and South-Western, Electric Conveyor at Salisbury, (427) Petition for a Motor Onnibus Service between Haslemere and Farnham, (375) Portsmouth Harbour Station, (183)
  • Record Run on, by Chas. R cus-Marten, 27
  • Running and Receipts, (WO)
  • Manila, Suggested Lines, (625) Mauritius, Activity in the Construction of, (190)
  • Metropolitan, Electrification of, (12)
  • Midland, Accelerated Service between England and North of Ireland, (351)
  • Accelerated Service to Scot’and, (12); Record Run to Carlisle, (65)
  • Appointment of Mr. Cecil Paget, (259), (551)
  • Channel Steamers for, (117), (174), (176)
  • Dinner to Mr. S. W. Johnson, (620) and Great Northern, New Line to Lowestoft, (65)
  • Half-yearly Report, (163) at Hellifield to North-Eastern at Darlington, Proposed Line from the, (463)
  • Short Time Proclaimed at Derby Works, (427)
  • Sir F. T. Mappin’s Resignation, (39) Natal, Extension from Dundee to Vryheid, (504)
  • Natal, Piatemakers and Boi’ermakers Wanted, (39)
  • New South Wales, (128), (398)
  • Railway Revenue and Expenditure, (259), (317), (427)
  • Yearly Report, Financially Disastrous, (401) New Zealand, Extension, (375)
  • Mileage Open for Traffic, (343); Train Miles Run, Increase of Rolling Stock, (306)
  • Yearly Report, (626)
  • North British, Cousland District, Smeaton and Dalkeith Extension Scheme, (573)
  • North-Eastern, Crewe System of Electric Signalling, York Goods Yard, (306)
  • Electric Lccal Lines, (328) Electric Traction on, 88, (125) E ectrification of 47 Miles of Branch Roads, (528)
  • Mr. Wilkinson’s Resignation, (573)
  • Motor Car Service between Beverley acd North Froding- ham, (259)
  • Proposed Pension Fund for their Weekly Wage-earning Servants, (190)
  • Service of Motor Cars on the Beverley and Bridlington Coach Road, (65), (77)
  • Westinghouse and Automatic Vacuum Brake Tests, (454), (463)
  • North Staffordshire, Traffic Returns, (140) Queensland, 476
  • Rhodesian, (190), (290)
  • Scotch, Agreement for Partial Fusion of Interests Contemplated by the Five, (551)
  • Highland Railway Company, Appointment of Mr. F. G. Smith, (551) Spean Bridge to Fort Augustus, Opened, (91)
  • Widening of Lines, (283) South African, 190, 290
  • Central, Appointment of Mr. F. H. Fraser, (65)
  • Extensions Projected, (12) Joint Administration of, (573) Mr. T. H, Price’s Report on, 345
  • Transvaal and Orange River Colony, Extensions Projected, (306)
  • South-Eastern, Accounts for Half-year, (117) South-Eastern and Chatham, Sleeping Car Arrangements, (39)
  • Victorian, 556
  • Victorian, Electrification of Suburban, (128) Welsh, Cardiff and Pontypridd, (270)
  • Returns, (176)
  • Taff Vale, Cost and Income, (375) Taff Valve, Motor Car Service, (454), 476 Wilmslow to Levenshulme, (401)
  • Railways, Electric:
  • American Interurban Railway System, Storage Batteries in Sub-stations, (236)
  • Berlin Elevated, Experimental Remedies against Noise, (65)
  • Central London, Motor Coaches on, 19, (39); Multiple-unit Trains and Two-minute Service, (39); Traffic Returns, (140)
  • European, 136
  • France, Grenoble Region of S.E., (477) German, Marienfeld and Zossen, 262, (454), 525, 530; Result of Speed Experiments, (306), (328)
  • High-speed Traction on, Mr. J. W. Jacomb- Hood on, 31
  • Italian, between Milan and Varese, (213) La Mure, 210, 211, (268)
  • Liverpool to Llandudno, (292) Liverpool Overhead, Extension to Seaforth, (620)
  • Manchester and Bowdon, (351)
  • Manchester and Liverpool, The Behr-Mono Line, (140), 298
  • Metropolitan District, Erling and Harrow Section, Automatic Signalling on, (213)
  • Metropolitan District, Inner Circle, (236) Mono-rail High-speed Express and the Manchester and Liverpool Express Railway, Mr, F. B. Behr on, (140) 298
  • New York Elevated, (39), (462) New York, Rapid Transit, (236)
  • North-Eastern, Electrification of Lines, 83, (125)
  • Paris Metropolitan, 33, 39, 40, 165, 183, 306, (401),(504)
  • ^Position and Protection of the Third Rail on, Mr. W. E. Langdon on, 32
  • Russian, Sevastopol and Yalta, (620) S:. Georges de Commiers, La Mure, 210, 211 Slipper Rails, 621
  • Spain, Porrino and Mondaris, (501) Suburban, South Australian, (597) Suburban Traffic, 581, 606 Swiss, La Mure, 210, 211 United States, 207
  • Lackawanna and Valley, (198) New York State, York Central,
  • Albany Division, Trolley System, (551)
  • Pennsylvania, Experimental Lines, New Surface-contact System Tried on, (620) Traffic, Capital, Gross Earnings, &3., (351); Pittsburg and Charleroi, (401); North Jacksonville, Owners and Officials Coloured Men, (401)
  • Sleeping Cars for, 314 Trains on the North-Eastern Railway, (325) Ventilation of Tube, Mr. J. W. Thomas on, 299
  • Vesuvius, (477). (504) Wales, Electrification of Lines in, (150) Waterloo and City, Traffic Returns, (140)

Railways, Foreign:

  • African, West, (328)
  • Africa, West, Ashanti, Cooraas&ie, Arrival of First Train, (351) Benguela, (573) Congo, (39)
  • Dahomey, Kotonon, (12) French Soudan, (328), (521) Sahara, 231
  • African, South—see British, &c., Railways
  • Algerian, Unification of, (328)
  • America, South, Buenos Ayres and Pacific, Gross Receipts, (427); Terminus at Buenos Ayres, (427)
  • Buenos Ayres and Pacific, Heavier Rails Laid on Section of, (401)
  • Ecuador, Work on the Guya- quil and Quito Railway Suspended,(551)
  • Annam, Hanoi-Yen Bay, (375)
  • Argentina, Andino, Prolongation, (573) Extensions, (551)
  • New Mileage, (117)
  • Austrian, Increased Mileage, (39)
  • Austrian State, Heavier Rails Contracted for, (401)
  • Belgian, in China, (259)
  • First Railway, 1S6
  • State and Private Companies, (328) State, Rails 785ft. long, (453)
  • Bosnia, Serajevo to Uvac, (427)
  • Brazil, Mileage, (140)
  • Chilian Section of the Transandine, Tenders to be Presented in Santiago, (65)
  • Chinese, Canton-Fat-shan Branch of the Canton-Han-Kau Opened, (504) Eastern, 452
  • Hoang-Ho Valley, (259)
  • Railways, Fopeigrn {conlUued}:
  • Chinese, Special Line to the Western Tomba Ordered for the Eoaperor, (375)
  • Far Erst, New Rout) to the, 452 '
  • Finnish with Russian, Question of Conuectinp- (328)
  • French, Durance Valley, to Connect Marseilles with Italy, Projected, (504) Eastern System, Mileage, Expenses Receipts, (213) ’
  • Lyons and Li Rochelle cvX Argcaton (504) ’
  • Northern of. Reported Contract with the British Pneumatic Sieraallinfr Company, (504)
  • Toulouse to Ripoll aid Puigoerda. (4011 Sudan, (323), (521)
  • German South-West Africa, Otavi Line, (91)
  • Greece, Pirtvus to Livadia, First Line to Connect Greece with West Europe, (401)
  • Italian, Reduced Rates accorded to Sicilian Products, (351)
  • Japan, Decrease in New Mileage, (39)
  • Japan, Extensions, (140)
  • Madagascar, (375)
  • Manila, (140)
  • Mexican, Broad Gauge, (140)
  • Eastern of. Projected Line to be called (620) ’ Guyaqual t) Quito, (213) Line to Zimatlan, (528)
  • Peru Chimbole to R^cuay, (163), (303), (381) Peru, New Lines, (306)
  • Portuguese Extensions, (528)
  • Prussian State, Tenders to be Invited by, (454) Russian, Astrakhan, Normal Gauge, (236) Baltic, Saloon Cars on, (213) Chingfingfu and Taiynanfu, (163) Connection between European and Caucasus Systems by Bridge across the Kertch Gulf, (39) Crimea, (140)
  • Erivan to tie Persian Frontier, (236) Kiakhta and Pekin, Proposed Line. (620)
  • Marienburg Mlawka Line, (213) Mileage, (504)
  • New Mileage Opened, (140) Orenburg-Tashkend, (213), (573), (597) Proj3cted Line to Sarotf, (620)j ,
  • Question of Connecting Finnish with, (328)
  • Siberian Express Service from Moscow to Dalny, (306)
  • Loss Entailed by Conveyance of Settlers, (259)
  • Railway Construction, 312 and Chinese, Direct Tariff from Moscow to Port Arthur, (401) ..-j
  • South-Western, Snow Ploughs oh, (213), (268)
  • State, Scanty Returns made Generally by, Commission to Inquire into, (306)
  • Strategic, in the Far Bast, 50 Uleaborg—Tornea, (328) Vladivostock to Irkutsk, (117)
  • Siam, Bangkok to Tachin, (427)
  • Siam, Extension rid Lopburi, (427)
  • Sicily, Night Service between Palermo, Messina, and Catania, (328)
  • Spain, Gijon to Rivadesella, Narrow Gauge, (573)
  • Straits Settlements, Report for 1902, (620)
  • Swedish State, Gross Income, and Rolling Stock, (91)
  • Swiss, Albula Tunnel, Brandt Drills Used, (477) Jura-Simplon, Purchase of, by the Confederation, (528)
  • New Rbcetian Line, Accelerated Service from London to the Engadine, (12) Simplon Line, French Proposal that it should Pass by the Col de Faucille. (504)
  • Simplon Tunnel, 183, 250, 254, 379, 53^, (573), 590
  • Transvaal—see British, &c., Railways
  • Turkish, Anatolian, (477)
  • Baghdad, (39). (117), (375) Hedjaz, (213)
  • Mecca, Tenderings for, (562)
  • United States, Baltimore and Ohio, Earnings Gross and Net, Traffic, &c., (551)
  • Baltimore and Ohio, Improvements Projected, (351)
  • Boston, Traffic through the New South Station, (551)
  • Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific, Projected Lino across Iowa, (620)
  • Delaware and Hudson, Narrowgauge, One Section of, Changed to Full Gauge, (190) Extensions and Improvements, Projected, and Large Calls made on the Money Market, (514)
  • Freight Traffic from 1894 to 1902, (427)
  • Grand Trunk, Pacific, Third Trans-continental, through Canada, (117)
  • Lehigh Valley, New Works, 87 Lucin Cut-off across Great Salt Lake, (213)
  • Mileage and. Rolling Stock, (91) National Trans - continental, (401)
  • New York Elevated, Steam and Electric Traction, (462)
  • Ontario, New Lines Projected, (213)
  • Operation of, in 1902, 254
  • Peninsula Harbour, Lake Superior, to James Bay, (246) Pennsylvania, A de Glehn Locomotive for the, (163), (236) Destruction, W estern Union Telegraph Company’s Lines along, (39)
  • Electric Lighting of Rolling Stock (351)
  • United States, Pennsylvania, Employes to be Suspended One Day a Month at their Own Expense, (190) Improvements and
  • Extensions, Projected, and Call made on Money Market, (514), Lake Shore Railways at Cleveland, Settlement of Line caused by Quicksand, (651) RemarkableState- ment of Railway Earnings, (454) Resumption of Work on Portions of its New Lines, (620) Tree Planting for Use of the Road, (283)
  • Twin Tuanels under the United States Capital, (375)
  • Philadelphia and Reading, Experimental Runnings on, (427) Total Mileage and Increase for the YearlS02, (551)

Railways, Light:

  • Aberzayron and Llandilo, (412)
  • Avonmouth, (597)
  • Axminster and Lyme Ragis, (213) Bath, (328)
  • Belgium, (351)
  • Bradwell and Castleton, (528)
  • Dartford, (573)
  • Ffodingham to Winteringham Haven on the Humber, (551)
  • Glasgow, Lorain Steel Company, Electric Welding of New Lines, (528)
  • Kent, (375)
  • Kittlewell in Craven, (411)
  • Maidstone, (597)
  • North, Essex, (351), (477) North Wales Projjcted, (316) Orders Confirmed by the Board of Trade, (49), (190), (351) (375), (477), (523), (573), (597) Rating of, 577
  • Scotland, Wick and Lybster, (39)
  • Totton to Fawley, (528) Wales, The Gower, (362) West Kirby across the Dae to Llandudno, (306) Woking and Bugshot, (283)

Railways, Locomotives:

  • American, Equipped with the Miller Locomotive “Cab” Signalling Apparatus. (409)
  • American, Four-cylinder Balanced Compound, 371
  • American, for Transandine Line in British Hands, (306)
  • Australian Built, Question of, (360)
  • Australian, Poweriul Narrow gauge, Class T, (409)
  • Automatic Hot Air Feed Fire-grate, 263 Baldwin Works, Capacity of Work, Men Employed and Pay Roll, (163)
  • Bank, 117-Ton, Lake Shore and Michigan S., (596) ,
  • Bengal-Nagpur Railway, Locomotives Shipped by R. Stephenson and Co., (175)
  • British, in Japan, (39) .
  • British, Unsuitable for Heavy Grades in the Andes, (306)
  • Caledonian Giants at Work, The New, bj; Chas. Rous-Marten, 182—.9^^ 331, 866 Vol. xcv.
  • Central Atlantic, 484 !
  • Charles Dickens, Class of, on th a London and North-Western, (117)
  • Compound, Experiments with a New Type in | Italy, 319, 330, 342, 365 ,
  • Four-cylinder, French, for the I Great Western and the Pennsylvanian, (163), (236), 415, 430, 541 Six Wheels Coupled Four-cylinder, Eastern of France, Mons. L. Salmon, 574, 580
  • Canadian Pacific, 590 de Glehn, 163, 236, 415, 430, 541 Consolidation, Baldwin Works, for South Buffalo Railway, (12)
  • Decapod, Mr. H. Ivatt, Great Northern, (351) de Glehn, Compound Locomotive, (163), (236), ' 415, 430, 541 , . -r. '
  • de Gleho, Ordered by the Pennsylvania Rail- , way for Experimental Purposes, (163), (236) Duplex Compound Articulated, Mallet Type, Ordered for Baltimore and Ohio Railway,
  • Duplex Tank, Compagnie de Chemins de Fer Deparbementaux, Soc. Suisse, {Supplement Kk, 1903) 137—iiee a/so p., 512 Vol. xciii. , _T
  • Eight-wneeled Coupled, Great Northern,
  • Electric, A. M. Bushell, (268)
  • 1800 horse-power, Baltimore and Ohio
  • Railway, (294) in Germany, 422 Engine Grates, 165, 195, 221, 263 Experiment, Trevithick’s, m, 1808, o89 Express, Great Northern, Mr. H. A. Ivatt ISaprdeiiient^ A'oi^embev 1903), 519, 524 Express, North-Eastern, Mr. Wilson Woisdell, 36
  • Express, South-Eastern and Chatham, Mr. H. Wainwright (Supplements September 1903), 289
  • Fire-grates for, 165, 195 221
  • Fouc-coupled Express Passenger, London and South-Western Railway, Mr. D. Drummond,
  • FoVr-cylinder ^ompound, by Alfred G. de Glehn, 430, 5il
  • Four-cylinder compound, Mendonali Railway, Four-wlindsr Balanced Compound, Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fc Railway, 371
  • French for the Great Western Railway, 415, 430, 541
  • Railways, Locomotives {continued):
  • Fuel Consumption. Redaction in, 359
  • Ganging, with a Piano, (312)
  • G Class, Sp^ed Trials of, on Bangal-Nagpur Railway. (383)
  • German, High-speed Passenger, Herr Wittfeld,
  • German, fer a North American Railway, The First, (561)
  • Goods, Bongal-Nagpur Railway, Robert Stephenson and Co., Limited {Supplement. November Qth, 1903), 448, 449
  • Grab-irons to Front Eads of, on American Railways, (528)
  • Great Western, de Glehn Compound, 415, 430, 541
  • Heavieat Train Load ever Hauled by one, (65)
  • Henschel and Son, Cassel, Exported £100,000 of Locomr.ives below Cost of Production, (163)
  • Italy, Experiments with a New Type of, 319, 330,342,365,393
  • Local Manufacture of, Australian Government Calls for Tenders for Sixty of, (259)
  • London and North-Western, Long “ Non-stop ” Run in 1862, Amount of Progress since, not Remarkable, (401)
  • Mallet Duplex, for Mountain Service, Baltimore and Ohio Railway, 425
  • Maximum Tractive Power of, on Indian Railways, (213)
  • Meridionali, “180 Bis,” 319
  • New South Wales, One Hundred to be Added to the Rolling Stock, (401)
  • Nickel Steel. Baldwin Works, (163)
  • Number of, in the Service of the United States Railways, (163)
  • Oil, Dudbridge Ironworks, Limited, for Japan, 74
  • Perfect, 430
  • Performance, 319, 330, 484
  • Performance of an Americin Express, 484, (509)
  • Piston Valves for, W. M. Sm'tb, 485
  • Scotch, (241)
  • Shops, Molino, U.S., (2S4)
  • Six-coupled Caledonian Express, Mr. Mln tosh, 182—itee alao 331, 366, Vol. xcv.
  • Six-coupled Express. Bengal-Nagpur Railway, Sharp. Stewart and Co., 122
  • Six-coupled Passenger, Chicago and Alton Railway, Baldwin Works (Snpple„rnL Jahi _37Y^. 1903), 20
  • Six-coupled Express, Glasgow and South- Western, Mr. James Manson, 486
  • Standard, for India, 426
  • Steam Production io, R. Gordon Sharp, 370 Tachographs for, 221, 241
  • Tandem Compound Express, Russian Empire Railways {Supplement, Oetoher 1903). 405
  • Tank for Express Trains, (124)
  • Three Men on. Agitation in America to have, (512)
  • Triads to be Carried Out at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, (306)
  • Twelve-coupled, American, 314
  • Union,, The North Brit’sh, Order for Thirty-six Engines for Cape Government and Twenty for Egyptian Government, (647)
  • United States, Headlights, Oil and Electric, (91)
  • Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul, (91)
  • Suburban Tank,(461)
  • Valve, Double-posted Slide, Mr. Hoy, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 347
  • Wanted in Peru, (306)
  • Works, The Caledonian, Workmen Discharged owing to Slackness, (547)
  • Works, Darlington, Robt. Stephenson and Co., 253 230

Railway News, Various, British and Foreign:

  • Accelerated Service to Switzerland, “Express Suisse,” (65)
  • Acceleration, Notes on. Electric r. Steam, Mr, P. W. D’Alton and Dr. John Mannheim, 443
  • Aerial Railway, Kotonon, Dahomey, (12)
  • Air Resistance to Trains, 165
  • American Bureau of Inspection and Tests, Chicago, (427)
  • American Safety Appliances Acts, Grab Irons to Locomotive Front-ends, (528)
  • Atmospheric Resistance to Trains, 479 Automatic Brakes on Indian Railways, Official Report, (283)
  • Couplings, T. A. Brockelbank on, 21
  • Signalling, Michigan Central, (12)
  • Automobile Cars for, 430
  • Baghdad, Agreement between German and French Promoters Rejected by French Government, (39)
  • Ballast for, 204, (358)
  • Belgium, Experiments to Show the Distances in which Trains could be Pulled Up, (454)
  • Belgium, Fares and Luggage Rates on, (328) Berlin, Underground Extensions, (65)
  • Blair, Mr., Retirement from the Canadian Cabinet, (91)
  • Board of Trade Report on Receipts, Expenditure Traffic of Railway Companies of the United Kingdom, (283)
  • Board of Trade Returns as to Operation of Continuous, (522)
  • Brakes 420
  • Brakes, Band, Mr. J. S. Bickford, 521 Shoe with Hard Iron Insert, American, (620)
  • Shots, U.S. Report on Tests of, (91) Tests, Westinghouse and Vacuum, North-Eastern, (454), (463)
  • Bridge, Cvnnell Ferry, Tested by Nine Caledonian Engines, (213)
  • Bridges on Ismid to Angora Line, Metal Crossties Replaced by Oak, (213)
  • Brindisi Harbour Passjrger Railway Station, (toi)
  • Caledonian Locomotive Works, Slackness and Discharge of Men, (547)
  • Canadian Parliament, Measure to Secure to Municipalities and Provinces the Right of Granting Charters for Local Lines, (454)
  • Chicago and North-Western Tests with Oil, Electric, and Acetylene Headlights, (528)
  • Club, (326), (396), (500), (602)
  • Railway News, Various, British land Foreign (continued):
  • Compensation under Workmen’s Compensation Act, Amount Paid by, (328). (451)
  • Contract between H.M. Government relative to Line between Chiromo and Blantyre, (91) Crane. American Railway Yard, The N.les- Bement-Pond Company, 558
  • Crane, Cowans, Sheldon and Co., 495, 507 Crewe” System of Electric S'gnairng, York Goods Yards, (306)
  • Deeley. Mr. R. M., Succeeds Mr. S. W. Johnson, (528)
  • Dividends Recommended by the Midland, Great Western of Ireland, and the London Tilbury and Southend, (91)
  • Dresden and Vienna, Accelerated Service by Harwich-Hook, Route to, (283)
  • Elastic Railway Wheels, 91, (171), 291 Electric Heating of Rolliog Stock (328) '
  • Signalliog, Bolton Station, (328) Signalling, The “ Crewe ” System, in North-Eastern Goods Yard, (306) i Traction on, 262
  • Express Train Service between Moscow and Terminus of the Siberian Railway, (213) ,
  • French Railways, Number of Employes and I Salaries of, (504)
  • Girders of Large Bridges ia India, Government Regulations, (283)
  • Great Central, Accounts and Dividend for the Half-year, (117)
  • Great Eastern, Accounts and Dividend for the Half-year, (91)
  • Great Northern, Decoration of the Line and Stations, (259)
  • Hamburg, Important Railway Improvements at, (12)
  • Headlights, 0 1, Electric, and Acetylene, Mr. R. Quayle’s Tests with, (528)
  • Heating Carriages Electrically, West cf France Railway, (328)
  • Horton, Mr, W. H., Appointed Manager to the London Railway, (477)
  • India, Break of Gauge in, 456
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Short Time and Stoppage of Eleven Days at Christmas, (528) Lathe, ICOm. Driving-wheel, at the Shops tf ihe Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway, (236)
  • Londm, Tilbury, and Southend, Dividend Recommended by, (91)
  • Manchester, Trafford Park, New Passenger Station, (620)
  • Material, Tenders for, (252)
  • Metropolitan District, Continuous Sunday Service Decided, (91)
  • Metropolitan, Electrification of, (12) Mexico, National of. Change cf Gauge, (65) Michigan Central, Automate Signalling, (12) Midland, Bridges on the Settle and Carlisle Section to be Strengthened, (597) Great Western tf Ireland, D.vidend Recommended by Directors, (91) Works, Short Time and Resumption of Full Time, (427), (454), (551) Moscow to Port Arthur, Direct Tariff, (401) Motor Car Services on Railwavs, (65), (77), (192), (236), (259), (328), (375), (454)
  • Naphtha to Take the Place of Coal on Russian Railways, (209)
  • Newhaven, Pennsylvania R always, Purchase of Land and Plan for Development of Boston, (117)
  • New York City, Consolidation of the Financial Interests Governing all Travelling and Lighting Systems, (236)
  • North-Eastern Railway Old Age Pensions Scheme, (328)
  • Overhead Railways, W. Boer on, 46
  • Owens, Sir Chas., Chairman of the General Managers of British Railways, (477)
  • Portsmouth Harbour Station, (183) Protection of, from Underground Workings, Mr. S. R. Kay on, (557)
  • Prussian State, Competi ion between Steam and Electrically-hauled Trains, (12) Queensland Railway Workshops Provided with Electric Power, (259)
  • Quicksand, Settlement of Line at Cleveland, Ohio, Caused by, (551)
  • Railway Cjllections at the South Kensington and Leicester Museums, (236) Material, Collection of, at Museum of Science and Art, Glasgow, (477) Robbery with Personal Violence on the Trans- Caucasus Railway, (236)
  • Record Runs between London and Brighton, Coarles Rous-Marten, 110
  • Russia, Inquiry into Unpunctuality of Trains, (163)
  • Russian Ministry of Ways of Communication, Prizis for Inventions of Practical Utility in Railway TraflBc, (117) Railways, Laboratory for the Purpose of Scientific Experiments with Various Forms of Fuel for, (590) Railway Officials and Employes, Training of, (39)
  • Scottish Railway Companies, Attempt to Minimise Wasteful Competition, (117)
  • Short Time, Lancashire and Yorkshire, and Stoppage of Work at Christmas, (528)
  • North Staffordshire Railway Works, (573)
  • and Reduction of Staff, Derby, Crewe, (427), (454), (528); Resumption of Full Time at Derby, (551)
  • “Siberian Railway,” Comprises the Eastern China Railway, The Term, (213)
  • Signal ing Apparatus, Mr. C. J. Coleman’s Patent, (551)
  • Arrangement for Terminal Stations, Mr, Annett’s Patent, (477) Automatic, on the District Railway, 532
  • Electric, on the Great Central, (177)
  • Electric, North-Exstern Lines, (597) on Indian Railways, Low-pressure Pneumatic System to be Substituted for Hand, (401)
  • Miller Locomotive “Cab,” New York, (409) on the Northern (f France, (504) Simplon Tunnel, 183 (379), 230, 254, 504, 534, 573, 590
  • Railway News, Various, 'British and Foreign (continued) i
  • Snow Ploughs on Russian Railways, (213)
  • Society of Railway Servants, Amalgamated. Orphan Fund,
  • South-Eastern Accounts and Dividend for the Half-year, (117)
  • South-Eastern and Chatham, New Turbine Steamer, The Queen, 10, (12)
  • Pacific Company, Payment of Emplovej by Cheque instead of in Currency, (39) Statistics, Price Howell on, (291) Suburban Railway Traffic, 485, 633, 560 Suburban Railway Traffic, U. E. B. on, 533 ;
  • P. Walter D’Alton on, 560 Suisse Express, Train de Luxe, (65) Taranto, Level of Railway Station at, (454) Taxes and Rates Paid by British Railway Companies, 1882, 1892, 1902, (190) Tenders to be Invited by Prussian State Railway Administration, (454) Train Resistance, Some Notes on. C. F. Dendv Marshall, 321
  • Revolvers for the Railway Stall, (236)
  • Tunnel, Albula, (454). (477) Behring Straits, 121
  • New Trolley, under the North River at New York, (39) ^'57’3590^^’
  • Subaqueous. D. D. McBean, 624 under the Hudson, Pennsylvania Railway, (65)
  • United Kingdom Railway Companies, Homeoffice Returns as to Compensation Paid under Workmen’s Compensation Acts, (454)
  • United States, Agitation to have Three Men on Locomotives, (512)
  • Big Pour-line, Negro Employed for the First Time as Locomotive Fireman, (504)
  • New Works, Lehigh Valiev Railway, (87)
  • Ties and Tie-plates, Supply of. Limited by the Destruction of Timber in, (528)
  • Total Number of Servants Em- ployed on, (91)
  • Wages of Locomotive Drivers, Stokers, &3.. in France, (528) , ‘x. m
  • station to be Built, I (ol2)
  • Wirballen and Moscow, Through Communication between, Asked by German and Refused by Russian Riil ways, (269)
  • World’s Mileage, 1902, (163)

Railways, Permanent Way:

  • Belgian Tramway Rails, (45i)
  • Concrete Sleepers, 382
  • Crossing, Cast Iron, Seventy-four Years in Traffic, (454)
  • Dowlais and Newport Despatches, (21), (104)
  • Heavier Rails for Austrian State Railways, (401); Buenos Ayres and Pacific, (401)
  • India, Wazirabad-Lyallpur, Renewal of Twelve Miles, (504)
  • Orders Received by English Firms and Satisfactory Condition of the Trade, (23) ^^453)^^^^'*^' Bslgian State Railwajs,
  • Russian Orders, (117) Slipper Rai’s, 621 Sorbitic Steel, 236
  • Steel Exported from Germany, (597)
  • New York Prices, (24) Specifications for, 283
  • Tramway, Fureign, (625)

Railways, Rolling Stock:

  • Air Resistance to Trains, 163
  • American Side-door Coaches, Illinois Central Railway, 300, 301
  • Baltic, Saloon Cars on, (213)
  • Bethlehem Steel Co., Special Car, practically a Bridge Truss, Constructed by, (163)
  • Elastic Wheels, 291
  • French Goods Wagon, 50 Tons Capacity, (323) German Goods Wagon, Average 20 Tons Capacity, (328)
  • Gloucester Works Operated by Electric Power (259)
  • Great Northern and City Railway, 626 Imported into Italy, 1901-1902, (117) London and North - Western, 15-Ton Coal Wagons, (190)
  • London and North-Western, New Saloons built at Wolverton Works, (597)
  • Motor Coaches on the Central London Railway, 19, (39)
  • Coach, Postal on the Northern of France, 189
  • Coach, Self-contained Steam, Taff Va’e Locomotive Shed, (150) (454), 476 Coach, Steam, Great Wodcern Railway, 380
  • Paris Metropolitan, (551)
  • Refrigerator Cars, Cape Government Railways, W. R. Renshaw and Co., Limited, 292 (338) Russian Goods Wagons, (573)
  • Sleeping Cars for Electric Railways, United States, 314
  • Spring-testing Machine West Hydraulic Eagi- neering Company, Limited, 423
  • Steam Motor Coach on the Taff Vale Railway (454), 476
  • Swedish State, (91)
  • Train Resistance, Some Notes, 321
  • Truck, French, 50 Metric Tons Capacity. (328) United States, (91), (163)
  • Wagon, Carrying Capacity of Average German, (410)
  • Wagons, Self-discharging Steel, Renshaw and Co., Great Southern and Western Railway Ireland, 410
  • Wheels, One-piece Steel Railway, (213)
  • RAINFALL, Dr. H. R. Mill on, 299
  • in Cumberland, October, (477) during Three Months Ending June 30th, 1903. (117)
  • in Ireland, Mr. J. Smyth on, 298 of June and July Unprecedented in . Forty-five Years, (91), (117), (190) in New York, (401) Professor Boyd Dawkins on, (573) ' Ransome, L, H,, College or Apprenticeship, 182
  • Redwood, Californian, (328)
  • Refrigerating Machines, Superheat during Compression in, 251
  • Refrigeration, Double, (291). 332 Refrigeration, Mechanical, 168, (195) Refrigerator Cars, Cape Government Railway
  • Lines, (338)
  • Refuse Destructor for Lima, (3’28)
  • Refuse Disposal, Twenty-five Years Progress in,
  • Mr. Goodrich on, 298 Regent-street Polytechnic, Students at, (328) Reid, Mr. Jas., Statue of, (358) Reservoirs in India, 58, 59, 66 Prichards, Mr. David, 584
  • Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Limited,
  • Shareholders’ Annual Meeting, (439) Riekie-M'Intosh Valve Gear, 288 Rock Drills in Rand Mines, (427)
  • Rolling Mill for Reverse Curves, Mr, G. B. Johnson, 425
  • Rosebery Education Scheme, The, 98, 99, 124, 145, 195, 222
  • Rotherham, Mr. T. F., (409)
  • Rotherhithe Tunnel, The, 98, (117) Royal Indian Eagineering College, Cooper’s Hill, 167

Royal Institution :

  • Christmas Lectures, Professor Ray Lancaster on “ Extinct Animals,” (474)
  • Lecture Arrangements before Easier, (601) Members Elected, (64)
  • Monthly Mestirg, (441)

Royal Meteorological Society:

  • Symons’ Gold Medal Awarded to Dr. Julius Kann, (426)
  • Royal National Lifeboat Institution: Change of Headquarters, Funds Much Needed, (618)

Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow:

  • Electrical Progress in the Nineteenth Century, Professor Andrew Gray, 476

Royal Show:

  • Agricultural Road Engine?, by most of the Well-known Firms, 17, 143
  • Crane, Electric Derrick, Messrs. Rashworth Brothers, 16
  • Finance Committee’s Repoit, (129) Locomotive, Compound R.ad, Wm. Foster and Co.. 17, 143
  • Milling Machinery, Messrs. Thos. Robinson and Son, Limited, 17
  • Motor Binder, Wood’s, (Ulus.), 17 Motor Cultivator, Scott’s, (Ulus.), 16, 17 Wagon, Colonial Steam, Mann’s Steam Cart and Wagon Co., Limited, (Ulus.), 16
  • Wagon, Steam Motor, Messrs. C.
  • Mucker, (Illua.), 16
  • Wagon, Steam Tipping, Foden’s, (Ilins.), 16

Royal Society:

  • Joule Studentship, Shortly becomes (91)
  • Medals, (481)

Royal United Service Institution:

  • Screw Propellers for Warships, Fleet Engineer Quick, 582
  • RUBBER Industry, The, 21
  • Rubber Solution for Patching Motor Car Tubes, (351)
  • Rubies of Burmah and Siam, Difference between, (283)
  • Russian Department of Agriculture Offer Prizes for the Best Separators, (65)
  • Imports from Germany, (259) Industrial Establishments, (259) Timber Exportation to Take Place by way of St. Petersburg instead of Cronstadt, (94)
  • Rust Preventative, Good, (91)
  • Ruston, Proctor and Co., Annual Dinner Given by, (577)
  • ST. PETERSBURG, New Quay at, (254)
  • Sandgate, Ravages of the Sea, and Need of a New Sea Wall, (620)
  • Saturation Hygrometer, (328)
  • Saw Cleaner and Sharpener, Circular, Messrs. Carter and Wright, 217
  • Saw, Electric Hack, 196
  • Saw, Hack, Double, 241
  • Science Abstracts, (148)
  • Science, Indefinite, 625
  • Scott, Mr. J,, (395)
  • Screw, A Gigantic, Messrs. W, Somers and Co., (597)
  • Screws Made in an American Watch Factory, Weight of, (328)
  • Screw Threading in England and America, (65)
  • Screw and Wire Gauge Table, Col. A. H, Bagnold’s, (328)
  • Sea Coast of the United Kingdom, Changes in the, 559
  • Sea Walls, Contractors’ Liabilities in the Erection of, 113
  • Seismological Conference at Strasburg, (140)
  • Senegal, Agriculture in, (328)
  • Separator, OU and Water,Davis-Perrett, Limited, 71
  • Sewage on Bacteria Beds, Distribution of, Mr. J. C. Thresh, (76), 102
  • Bacterial Treatment of, 448
  • JU Brunn, Chemical Treatment of, (620) Disposal, 67
  • Farms, Paris, 500
  • Pumps for Melbourne, Hathorn, Davey and Co. [Sunnlement. A ugust 21x<*), 1903), 185
  • Treatment, Briinn, Chemical System of, Mr. Bayer’s Invention, (427) Treatment — spe Institute of Sanitary Engineers, Papers Read at
  • Valladolid, (528)
  • Sewerage, Hanford, West Bromwich, (454) Sewerage Works at Hebden Bridge, 397 Shears, 120-Ton Floating, 232
  • Sheffield Delegates to the Congress of Chambers of Commerce, Montreal, (163)
  • Sheffield Works, The Three Grea^ all Shipbuilders, (337)

Shipbuilding, British, Naval and Mercantile;

  • Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, (323), 328
  • Canada, 70
  • Clyde Builders and Naval Work, 501 and Naval Work, 58, 95 Nine Months, 358
  • Notable Launches on the, 144 Shipbuilding, Six Months’, 11, (23)
  • Clydebank Works, Visit to John Brown and Co.’s. (23)
  • Craig, Taylor and Co., Orders Booked by, (514)
  • Cunard Steamers Fitted up so that they can be Used as Cruisers, 94; Turbine Engines for, (303)
  • Doxford and Sons, Orders Booked by, (514)
  • Drilled e. Punched Rivet Holes, 84
  • English: June, (65); July, (190); August, (3C6) ; September, (375); October, (477); November, (597)
  • Experimental Tanks at the National Physical Laboratory, (283)
  • Fairfield Company, 323. (328)
  • History of, Sir W. H. White on, 450, 455, 487, 511
  • Orders Booked by Messrs. J. Redhead and Sons, Sir J. Laing and Sons, and Messrs. W. Dobson and Co., (150)
  • Palmer’s Shipbuilding and Iron Company, Limited, offer their Employes to Become Shareholders, (190)
  • Progress of Warships and Machinery Building in England, 2, (597)
  • Scotch: June, (65); July, (190) ; August, (283); September, (358), 375; October, (477); November, (597)
  • Sheerness Dockyard, Alterations at, (259)
  • Sheffield Shipbuilding Firms, Three Great, (337)
  • Shipyard Apprentices, (618)
  • Turbine Steamer for the Allan Line, (514)
  • United Kingdom, First Six Months of 1903, Vessels Launched, (65); Warships in Course of Construction, (65)
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim, (117), (127), (328)
  • Warships of Moderate Dimensions, 329; Under Construction at the End of the Quarter ended September 30^h, (375)
  • Warships, Some New, 323
  • Workman, Clark and Co., Turbine Steamer for Allan Line, (427)
  • Yacht Designing, Is it an Exact Science ? 314 Yarrow and Co.’s Shipyard at Poplar, 6, 7, 10

Shipbuilding: Foreign, Naval, and Mercantile:

  • American, (91), 241
  • Copenhagen Firm, Large Steamer Built for French Mercantile Navy, (401)
  • France, Armoured Turrets, St. Chamond Steel Works, (259)
  • France, Torpedo Boats, French Builders Invited to Submit Tenders for 21, (351)
  • French, (12)
  • Kiel, Electric Cranes at, 344, 349
  • Kiel, High School for Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering at, (12)
  • Russian, Model Shipbuilding Yard for Private Orders, (163), (190)
  • Ship Lift, Designs for a, (83)
  • Sweden, (140)
  • United States, (91), 241, (351), (401)
  • Construction, New Turbine
  • Shipping* Accidents:
  • Breakdowns in the Navy, 581
  • Collision between Prince George and Hannibal, (401), (431)
  • Good Hope, 162
  • Powerful, (163)
  • Royal Sovereign Boiler Explosion, Board of Trade Inquiry, (375), (431) Russian Battleship Osliabia, (431)
  • Submarine Ashore, Sustained no Damage, (163)
  • Submarine No. 3 in Collision with a Ryde Steamer, 602
  • Victory, Ramming of the, (431)
  • Shipping News, Various, British: Admiralty:
  • Admiralty’s Requirements as to Mechanics Admitted into Royal Dockyards, (427)
  • Boiler Committee, Results of Trials Carried Out by, 14
  • Boiler Installation of the Four New Cruisers, (454), (458)
  • Cable Contracts, (174)
  • Felixstowe to be the Base Port of the Medway Destroyer Instructional Flotilla, (283)
  • Floating Coal DepOtto be Built and Permanently Moored in Portsmouth Harbour, (236)
  • Measured Mile for Speed Trials between Dover and St. Margaret’s Bay, (427)
  • Official Relief Expedition of the Discovery, (65)
  • Report of Committee to Inquire into the Question of the Strength of Torpedo-boat Destroyers, (306)
  • Torpedo-boat Destroyers, Question of Strength, (306)
  • Works Department, (595)
  • Works Department, Examination, Competitive, for Appointment of Assistant Civil Engineers, (597)
  • Yacht Enchantress, (481)
  • Antarctic Exploring Ship Discovery, Relief of, (65)
  • Antwerp and Canada, Direct Service of Steamers between, (328)
  • Boilers, Belleville, 14
  • Boiler Committee—see Admiralty
  • Boiler Installation of the Four New Cruisers, (454), (458)
  • British Government and the Cunard Company, Agreement between, (94)
  • Shipping News, Various, British : Admiralty (roniiniutZ):
  • British, that Entered Port of Philadelphia, 1902, (39)
  • Bulkhead Doors, Stone-Lloyd Automatic, 457, 546
  • Clyde and Naval Work, The, 95
  • Company Forming at Bremen for Steam Service between North Sea and Baltic Ports, (306)
  • Cross-Channel Steamers, Professor J. H. Biles, 14
  • Exhibition, 398
  • Hyacinth and the Minerva Again, The, 14 Irish Sea Service, Fast Steamers Ordered by the Midland for, (117)
  • Lloyd’s Register of Shipping Returns, (65), (375); Vessels Lost and Condemned, (328) Mercantile Cruisers Fitted with Housing Propellers, Mr. James Hamilton on, 14
  • Milford Docks, in Half-years ending June 30th, 1902, 1903, Tonnage Entering, (163)
  • Naval Budgets of Eight of the Leading Powers for 1903-4, (477)
  • Naval Gunnery, The Target Fired at by Admiral Bickford’s Flagship represented a Foreign Ship, 481
  • P. and 0., Brindisi to Bombay Mail Contracts, Inadequate Running Speed, (283)
  • Propeller Alterations, Notes on, Robt. Mansel, 72
  • Propeller Shafts for War Vessels, Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., (537)
  • Propulsion, Screw, A. Rigg, 434, (503) Propulsion, Steamship, 382
  • Propulsion of Warships, George Quick on, (71), j (145), 221, 378, 400, 434; W. J. H. on, (124), ? (171), 267, 290, 332
  • Propulsion of Warships, J. A. Normand on, 383 Sale of Old Warships at Portsmouth, (39) Screw Propellers, (71), (124), (145), (171), 221,
  • 267, 290, 332, 378, 434, 505, 506, 508, 525, 558, 582
  • Screw Propellers for Warships, Fleet Engineer
  • Quick on, 582
  • Screw Propellers, Mr. Rankine Kennedy on, (525) J. L. Napier, 533—see 378 Arthur Rigg, 434, (606) Walters Propeller Co., 505, 508, 558
  • Steamship Propulsion, R. Mansel on, 382 Submarine Al, Queer Rumours about, (379) Superheaters, Some New Types of, Prof. W. H.
  • Watkinson on, 14
  • Thames River Steamboat Service, The London County Council and the, (528), (597)
  • Tonnage of British Vessels at St. Petersburg— Cronstadt in 1902, Decrease in, (259)
  • Tonnage of Vessels entered at Ports in the United Kingdom, 1902, 1903, (283)
  • Tonnage of Vessels and Number of Persons Employed in the Trade of the United Kingdom iu 1902 and 1887, (283). (306)
  • Transatlantic Traffic, Dover Harbour, Accommodation of, (328)
  • Turbine for Steamships, The Steam, 621 Turbines, Steam, Prof. Rateau on, 9 Turbine Steamers for the Atlantic, 354 Turbine Transatlantic Steamer for the Allan Line, (427)
  • Vessels Launched in the United Kingdom during Nine Months of 1903, (375)
  • World’s Shipping, (163)

Shipping: News, Various, Foreign:

  • American Cup Races, (117)
  • Fleet at Spithead, 44
  • Navy and Coast Defences, (512) Yacht Reliance to be Pitted against Shamrock III., (117)
  • Automatic Bulkhead Doors, Messrs. Stone and Co., 457
  • British, that Entered the Port of Philadelphia, 1902, (39)
  • Cluthas, Service Discontinued, (551)
  • Cunard Steamship Company, Three Weeks’ Service between Boston and the Mediterranean, (190)
  • Dahabbieh, A, 517
  • French Mercantile Navy, Largest Steamer in, Built by Copenhagen Firm, (401) . Naval Estimates, The, 577 Navy Budget for 1904
  • German Steamship Lines, Coaling Depot Established at Suez by, (39)
  • Hamburg-American Liners to Call at Dover, (573)
  • Hamburg, Number of Sea-going Ships which Entered, in 1902 and 1903
  • Italy, 1880, 1890, 1901, Tonnage Owned by, (163)
  • Japanese Company, Passenger and Goods Service between the Black Ssa and Japan, (190)
  • Liquid Fuel, Use of, on Roumanian State Maritime Service, (351)
  • Motor Boats, Exhibition of, in New York, (401) Naval Ships Fitted with Triple-screw Engines, (39)
  • New York Shipbuilding Company, Launching Failure at their Yard, (528)
  • Nile Passenger Boat Service, 517
  • Odessa Steam Navigation Company, Regular Service to be Established with the Ports in Persian Gulf, (39)
  • Roumanian State Maritime Service, Use of Liquid Fuel, (351)
  • Russian Movements in the Direction of the Far East, 572, 602
  • St. Petersburg, Ice-breaker to be Bought for the Port of, (91)
  • Standardisation of Boilers, 44 Target Practice of the United States Vessel
  • Indiana, (488) Transatlantic Traffic at Dover, (573) Turret-sighting, Modifications in the System
  • of, (39)
  • United States Navy, Battleships and Armour for, (512)
  • Sailing Craft Employed in Petroleum Trade Driven out by the Subsidised French Craft, (39)
  • Tests of Submarines cff Newport, (117)
  • Training Ships for Teaching the Art of Sailing, (427)
  • World’s Shipping, (163)

Ships:

  • Battleships, British:
  • Africa, Ordered, 500, (504)
  • Belleisle, Trials on, (236), (259), (292) •
  • Expert Examination of, (376) ’
  • Belleisle, Unexploded Shell Found on 44 ’
  • Britannia, Ordered, 500, (504) Centurion, Reconstruction of, 44, 217 •
  • Grown to be a First-class, 458 ’
  • Cornwallis, (163) Dominion, (77), (213), 217 Glory, (481), 500 Grafton, (481)
  • Hannibal Collision with Prince Georp-e (401), (427), (431)
  • Hibernia, Ordered, 500, (504) Hindustan, Laid-up for Repair, (23) Hindustan, Launch of, 500, (620) Howe, 292
  • Inflexible, Sold to Mr. T. W. Ward, (293). (537)
  • King Edward VIL, 116, 118 Marlborough, 508
  • Nile to be Overhauled by Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, (293), (315)
  • Prince George Collision with Hannibal, (401), (427), (431); to be Hastily Repaired and Rushed of? to Sea, 458 Queen, Her Trials, 500, (573) Terrible Laid-up for Repair, (23)

Battleships, Foreign:

  • Austrian, Erzherzog Karl, 162 Chilian, Libertad, (513), (573) French, Henry IV., 311, 325 Neptune, 325 Republique, (454) Suffren, Gunnery Experiments with the Turret (190), 194 Trials, 217,’ (259)
  • German, Braunschweig Type, (283), (329), 481
  • Elsass, 481 Hessen, 481 Lothringen, 481 “L,”(259) Preussen, 481
  • Holland, Kdningin R^gentes Type, 311 Italian, Napoli, (454)
  • Roma, (328), 355 Vittorio Emanuele, (329)
  • Japanese, Only One to be Ordered this Year, (163)
  • Japanese, Tenders Asked for, in this Country,(236)
  • Portugal, Vasco da Gama, Reconstructed, 311
  • Russian, D6iar^vitch, (12) Efstafi, 292 John Zlatoush, 292 Osliabia, (431), 572, 602 “Pshabia” a Misprint for Osliabia, 572, 602
  • Slava, 162, (236) Tsarevitch. 142, 162, 311, (329) (431), 572
  • The New, 142 Swedish, Oscar II., 355 United States, Dimensions of the Three New, (91)
  • Idaho, (M2)
  • Indiana, Her Target Practice, 488
  • Kearsarge, Record Voyages, (117), (190)
  • Maine, 325, (596) Mississippi, Missouri, (477). (512)
  • Two New, Controversy Respecting Speed of, (597)
  • Dimensions and Features of, (597)

Ships: Cruisers, British:

  • Amethyst, Turbine, 476, 478
  • Anson, (458)
  • Antrim, (23), (323) 374
  • Berwick to Join the Cruiser Squadron, 524 ; not to Join the Cruiser Squadron, 555
  • Black Prince, 323
  • Carnarvon, 323, 374
  • Donegal. 21, 100, (222), 323
  • Drake, Record of Speed held by, (468);
  • Reported Leaking, 524
  • Duke of Edinburgh, 323
  • Europa, War Conditions Trial of, 28, 279
  • Furious, 500
  • Gladiator, 500
  • Good Hope, Speed of, (458) Hampshire, 323
  • Hermes, 500, (604), 572
  • Hyacinth, Belleville Bjilers, Results, 14
  • Lancaster, (163)
  • Medea, Boiler Trials, (427), (431), 481, (551)
  • Medusa, Boiler Trials, (427) (431), 481, (551)
  • Minerva, Seotch Boilers, Trial Result?, 14
  • Monmouth, 292
  • Powerful, (163)
  • Spartiate, War Conditions, Trial of, 44, 28, 506
  • Spartiate, to be made into a Training Ship for Belleville Boiler Work, 194
  • Thames made Mother Ship of the Submarines, 121
  • Small, 378, 400
  • Three New, Yarrow and Cylindrical Boilers for, (328), (454)

Ships: Cruisers, Foreign:

  • Chinese, Huan Tai, 194
  • French, Friant, Breakdown of, 311
  • French, Marseillaise, 44
  • German, Hamburg, (190)
  • Japanese, Hashidate, 524 Itsukushima, 524 Matsushima, 524
  • Russian, Almaz, 98, (431) Aurora, (311), (431), 572 Bayan, (311), (431). 572 Dmitri Donskoi, (458) Kagul, (12), 98
  • Hus&ian, Three New, 142
  • Turkish, Abdul Medjidie, 162. 323
  • United States, Maryland, (311), (328)
  • Unked) States, Pennsylvania^ (213), (283)

Torpedo Craft, Destroyers, Gunboats, Scouts, Submarines, British :

  • Monitor Glatton, The O^d, 292 Scouts, Four Additional Ordered by the Admiralty, (117)
  • Scout, Speed of the New, (162) Sloop, Clio, Trials, (504) Submarine, Al, 121, 162, 379 Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Arun, Official Trials, (454) Blackwater, (117). (573) Derwent, Speed Trial, (477)
  • Exe, Coal Con- s u ni p tion Trial, (432) Foyle, Official Trials, (551) ' 1 laughty. (236) Iteben, (351), 355
  • Kae ehorse, Ranger, Roebuck, (236)
  • Salmon, (236); Spitfire, Sunfish, (233)
  • Usk, Yarrow and Co., (117)
  • Velox, 292 Passed out of Sheerness Dockyard on Completing their Re*fit, (236)
  • Torpedo Craft, Destroyers, Gunboats, Scouts, Submarines,

Torpedo Craft, Destroyers, Gunboats, Scouts, Submarines, Foreign:

  • French Destroyer Javeline, 325
  • Submarines, Gymnote, Gustave Zed6, and “Y,” (12)
  • Submarines Ordered, Six, (454), 481
  • Twenty-one Torpedo Boats, (351) United States Gunboats, Dubuque and Padncih, 164, 169 Monitor Wyoming, 500 Submarine Boat Protector, 502, 503 Submarines, Tes.s of, (117)
  • Turbine Boats, (597)

Mercantile, Passenger, and Various, British:

  • Admiralty Yacht, Enchantress, 481 American Line of Steamers will Land Mails and Passengers at Plymouth instead of Southampton, (551) Australian Liners Miltiades, 188, Yongala, 424, 428
  • Channel Steamship the Queen Fitted with Pett’s Davits, 10, 169, (190) Cork Steamship Company’s s.s. Moorhen, (171)
  • Cunard Steamer Cirpathii, Passenger Capacity Increased, Wireless Tele- gaphy on Board, (454)
  • Dredger, theNewClyde, Wm. Sixonsand Co., Limited, 595, 598
  • Dredging Plant and Clyde Improvement, Wm. Simons and Co., 595, 598 Express Steamers for Short Voyages, Mr. A. E. Seaton on, 8
  • Liners, Three New, 188, 189 London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Company’s Turbine Steamer Brighton, Trials of, (238), 242, (504), Merchant Shipping in the United Kingdom, Board of Trade’s Tables showing Progress of, (259)
  • Midland Railway Cross-Channel Passenger Steamers for Irish Sea Service, (117), (174). (176)
  • Motor Launch, Napier, 170, (192), (283) Motor Launch Races, Cowes, (270) Napier Motor Boat, (170), (192), (283) New Type of Steamer for the*Coal Trade, Sir Raylton Dixon and Co., (630) Passenger Boat Service on the Nile, Messrs. Cook’s Steamers, 517 Passenger Steamers for the Irish Sea Service Ordered by the Midland, „ (117), (174)
  • Passenger, s.s. Yongala, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 424, 428 Queen, Turbine Channel Steamer, Fitted with Pett’s Davits, 10, 169
  • Screw Steamers, Special Service Inspection, for the Nile, Thames Valley Launch Co., Limited, (190)
  • Stone-L’oyd Bulkhead Doors, 457, 546 Turbine Steamer Brighton, London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway’s, (236), 242, (504) Steamers for the Irish Service of the Great Western, (190) Steamer, Channel, Queen, 10, 169
  • Steamer, Second Transatlantic. Allan Line, (427) for the new Cucarders, Pareons’, (439)
  • Union-Castle Liners. Armadale Castle and Cluny Castle, 188, 189, 531 Unsinkable Automatic Bulkhead Doors, Messrs. Stone and Co., 457, 546
  • White Star Liner Baltic, Messrs. Harland and Wolff, 525. 527
  • Yachts, Racing, Shamrock III, and Reliance, (39)

Ships:— Mercantile, Passenger, and Various. Foreign:

  • American Mercantile Vessels, 164, 169 Chicago • built, Twin - screw Shallow Draught River Steamer for South America, (551)
  • Coaling Barges, Steamship, American, (461)
  • Dredger, Combined Suction and Bucket, A. F. Smulders, 474
  • French, Largest Steamer in Mercantile Navy, Built b}^ Copenhagan Firm, (401)
  • French Motor Launches, Race of, (259) Hambu’^g-American Liner Deutschland, Record Voyage, (259)
  • Houston Line of Steamers between Swansea and America, (464)
  • Holland-America Line, Huge Steamer to be Built at Belfast, (427)‘
  • Russian Ice-breaker for Port of St. Petersburg, (91)
  • Steamship Line between Europe and America, Opening of the New, (504)
  • Tank Steamers, (259) Transport and Training Ship, Okoan, (39), 219, 331
  • UnsinkableBoat, M. Braklian’s, (140)
  •  ? United States Merchant Vessels, Minnesota and Dakota, 164, 169
  • Motor Launch, (528) Navy, Training Ship for the, 220
  • Tugboat for the Mississippi, Powerful, (573) Yacht Racing, Shamrock III. Reliance, (39)
  • SIGNALS, Storm, New Form of, in Use on nan Coasts, (12)
  • S'doxicon Proved to be Oxidisable, (39)
  • Simplon Tunnel, Recent Masonry Work
  • Timbering in the, 250, 254 Sky-scrapers of New York, (39) Slag Sand at Pittsburg, Production of, (528) Slate Quarries, (270) Small-arms Factory, Abyssinia, (401) Small-arms, Lee-Enfield Rifla, New Short Magazine, Ratos of Firing, (401)
  • Small-arms, New Magazine Rifle, United S.ates Bureau of Ordnance, (551)
  • Small-pox Hospital, South Staffordshire, Cost of, (315)

Smithfield Show:

  • Annual Show, The Hundred and Fifth, 572
  • Engines, Double-cylinder Winding, E. R. and F. Turner, 572
  • SMOKE Abatement, Mr. G. T. Beilby, 4
  • Smoke Prevention, (195). 221, (597)
  • Smoke Prevention, Fuel Costs, &c., Mr. C. Huyatt on, (597)

Society of Arts:

  • Annual Conversazione, (11)
  • Society of Engineers:
  • Annual Dinner, (604)
  • Bacterial Treatment of Sawage, Mr. Geo. Thudichum, 448
  • Cament Tests now in Vogue, Certain Vexatious and Fallacious, D. B. Butler, 38.5
  • Motor Transport for Goods, Mr. Douglas Mackenzie, 374

Society, Faraday:

  • Exchange of Publications with the American Electro-Chemical Society, (333)
  • Society, Glasgow Scientific:
  • Suparheating, Mr. W. H. Booth, (593)
  • Society, Glasgow Technical College Scientific:
  • Motor Cars, Mr. Alexander Govan, (498)
  • Society, Glasgow University Engineering :
  • Modern Electric Power Stations, Mr. P. D. Lonides, 550
  • Steamship Speeds on Trial and in Service, P. A, Hit house, (474)
  • Students to Visit Germany, (484), (533)

Society, Liverpool Engineering:

  • Presidential Address, Mr. T. L. Miller, (551) Water-power, used by France, United States, and Norway, Mr. T. L, Miller on, (551)
  • Society, Manchester Geological and Mining:
  • Miner’s Safety Lamp Tester, described by Mr. W. H. Johnson, 603
  • Society, Manchester Literary and Philosophical:
  • Rainfall of the List Season, Professor Boyd Dawkins on, (573)

Society, Physical:

  • Magnetism of Basalt and Magnetic Behaviour of Basaltic Bars when Heated in Air, Dr. G. E. Allan, (454)
  • Alternate Evening and Afternoon Meetings, to be Held at Royal College of Science, (462)

Society for Psychical Research ;

  • Divining or Dowsing R)d, Professor Barrett, (454)
  • Society, Rugby Engineering:
  • Turbine, Notes on the Curtis Steam, W. F. Samuelson, (474)
  • Society Motor Manufacturers;
  • Bedability Trials Next Year Considered Undesirable, (454)
  • Society, Prevention of Cruelty to Animals:
  • Traction Engine for Carmen, Crystal Palace Hill, Provided by the Society, (375)

Society, Yorkshire College Engineering:

  • Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. E. J. Sileock, Duties of a Municipal Engineer, 398
  • Governing of Marine Engines, Mr. Wellbury, (444)
  • Railways and their Protection from Underground Workings, Mr, S. R. Kay, 557
  • Sounds, Method of Mechanically Reinforcing, Riv. T. C. Porter on, (620)
  • Specifications, Preparation of, 403, 435, 447 Speed of a Cricket Ball, (171)
  • Speed-reducing Gear, Fairfax, 289
  • Staging for Cranes, Admiralty Pier, Dover, 56, 61
  • Stanley’s Engineer’s Level, 194
  • Steam, Expansion, Separation, and Compression of, 72
  • Steam Problems, 480, (509)
  • Steam Traps, 374, 435, 458
  • Steam Trap for High Pressures, Holden and Brooke, 374

Steel:

  • American Tool, Question Raised in Italy relative to Rate of Duty on, (477)
  • American Trade, 379, 500
  • Analysis of High-speed, 566
  • Arsena’s, German, 49
  • Barsand Billets, (512)
  • Cast, To Prevent Blow-holes in, (351)
  • Cisting, The Largest Ever Made, (501), 533 Corporation, Affairs of the American, (538) Dangerous Crystallisation of Wrought Iron and Mild, 8
  • “Diseases” of, Mr. C. H. Ridsdale, 251 Eye-bars, Manufacture of, in America, (512) Forging, A Remarkable, Messrs. W. Somers and Co., (597)
  • French Exports and Imports during Eight Months, 1902, 1903, (504)
  • Heat Treatment, Mr. W. Campbell’s Report, 251
  • For High-power Machines, Demands Made by Users of, (328)
  • High-speed, 416, 430, 473
  • High-speed Tool, (555)
  • High-speed Tool, Dr, Nicolson on, 416, 430 High-spaed Tool, Mr. H. H. Suplee, 112 Industry, The Russian, 234
  • Irgots, to Prevent Piping in, (573)
  • Machine Tools and the High-speed Cutting, 510 Making, British Improvements in Iron and, 482
  • Making, Some Elements Uc.ed in, 273 Manganese, Permanence of Resistance of
  • Standards of Sheet, (477)
  • Manufacture of, in the Electric Furnace, Mr.
  • H. Goldjchmidt’s Report on, (236)
  • and the Microscope, 261
  • Nickel, Its Properties, Mr. R. H. Watson on, (410)
  • Nickel, Large Contract for, (328)
  • Nickel, Torsional Resistance of, (328)
  • Nickel, What its Hardness Depends on, (427)
  • Nickel, with E'astic Limit of 48,000 lb. per square inch, for Eye-bars for Blackwell’s Island Bridge, (306)
  • Nickel, with Elastic Limit of 70,000 lb. required for United States Naval Ordnance, (213)
  • Open-hearth, Production of, from Molten Blast Furnace Metal, Mr. B. Talbot on, 5
  • Pen Works, Russia, Female Labour in, (190) Pendulum Apparatus for Testing, Mr. E. G, Izod on, 299
  • Pipes and Shells, Weldless, Mr. Ehrhardt on the Manufacture of, 252
  • Rails, Belgian Export of, (528)
  • Rails, Sorbitic, Messrs. Stead and Richards on, 232, 266
  • Restoration of Dangerously Crystalline, by Heat Treatment, Messrs. Stead and Richards on, 232, 243, 251, 261
  • Syndicate in Germany, Proposed, 216 Syndicates in Russia, 621 Trade Supremacy, Tne, 370 Trust, Mystery of the, 354 Trust, Proposed German, 455
  • Tudhoe Works, Removed to Cargoe Fleet, (293)
  • United States Production, 1902, (39)
  • Ural District Output, (573) Welding, (12)
  • Works and Rolling Mill, U.S.A,, (410)
  • Terni, and the Armstrong Works at Pozzuoli, (283)
  • Tin-plate Sheet, Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, U.S.A., (76) to Form an Annexe to the Sheffield University College Technical School, (23)
  • World’s Production of Iron and, 121
  • STEPHENSON and Co., Messrs. Robert, Darlington Works, 253, 260, 274, 275, 284
  • Stevens, Mr. J. S., (117)
  • Stoker’s Protector, W. H. Bailey and Co., Limited, (361)
  • Stone-breaking Plant, Stoney Station, (270) Stone-Lloyd Bulkhead Door, 457, 646
  • Strand Improvements, (48)
  • Street Paving, New Style of, Hamilton, Canada, (504)
  • Street Traffic, Problems of Modern, Lieut.-Col. Crompton, (278)
  • Strikes—see Labour, Wages Questions, &3.
  • Sulphur, Consumption and Demand, United States, (504)
  • Superheat during Compression in Refrigerating Machines, 251
  • Superheated Steam, Mr. Rowan on, 453
  • Superheaters, 14, 75, (241), (596)
  • Superheater, Professor Watkinson’s, 241 Superheating, 237, 291, 435, 458, 485, (593) Superheating, Mr. Booth on, (593) Superphosphate of Lime in Germany, Production of. (14)

Supplements:

  • Coal Hoist, 25-Ton, Glasgow Harbour, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, November 20th, 1903
  • Crane, 60-Ton Travelling Steam Jib, John H. Wilson and Co., Limited, October 2Qd, 1903
  • Durban Harbour Floating Workshop, Swan, Hnnter and Co., September 25th, 1903
  • Engines, 3000 Horse-power Quarter-crank Blowing, Richardsons, Weatgarth and Co., Limited, July 24th, 1903
  • Supplements {contiiiued'):
  • Engine, Sewage Pumping, Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works, Hathorn, Davey and Co., August 21st, 1903
  • Locomotive, Duplex Metre Gauge Tank, Soc. Suisse, August 7th, 1903
  • Express Passenger, Mr. H. A. Ivatt, Great Northern Railway, November 27th, 1903
  • Four-coupled Express Passenger, South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, Mr. Harry S. Wainwright, September 18th, 1903
  • Heavy Gocds, Bengal-Nagpur Railway, Robt. Stephenson and Co., Limited, November 6th, 1903
  • Six-coupled Passenger, Chicago and Alton Railway, Baldwin Works, July 3rd, 1903
  • Motor and Gearing for 12 Horse-power Car, Details of, Humbar Limited, Beeston, September 4th, 1903
  • Tandem Compound Express, Russian Empire Railways, October 23rd, 1903
  • Special Supplement:
  • RECIPROCATING MACHINE TOOLS, December nth, 1903
  • Crane, 50-Ton Hydro-electric, Mr. G. J. Churchward, December 25th, 1903
  • Planing Machines, Beyer, Peacock and Co. Limited, v., vii,
  • Joshua Buckton and Co., iv., X.
  • Darling and Sellers, xiii. John Hetherington and Sons, xii,
  • Hulse and Co., Limited, i., ii., iii.
  • Geo, Richards and Co., xiv.
  • Pit, Sachsischen Ma- schinen Fabrik, vi.
  • Snith and Coventry, ii., X.
  • and Shaping Machines, Jas. Archdale and Co., vii, ix.
  • and Shaping Machines, Geo. Wilkinson and Sons, xv.
  • Slotters, Niles-Bement-Pond Company, xvi.
  • Slotting Machine, Butler and Co., x.
  • Slotting Machine, John Hetherington and Sons, Limited, xii.
  • Tool Box, Double, FI. W. Ward and Co., xii. SWAN and Hunter and Wigham, Richardson and Co., Take Over the Establishment of the Tyne Pontoon’, &3., Company, Limited, (199 (223)
  • Sycamore, Durability of, (375)
  • TANGYE, Mr, Arthur Llewellyn, 521
  • Tanks, Experimental, at Bushey House, 235 Technical Education, 13, (22), fe, 99
  • Education Scheme, A New, 13 Education in Transvaal and Orange River Colony, (427)
  • High School, Proposed, (86) Institute, Proposed, 22 Instruction for Apprentices at Swindon, 240
  • Press, Index of the, (125)
  • Progress and Practical Economics, Borderland between, Prof. Schmoller on, (65)

Telegraphy:

  • Chitral to Mastujpara, and Extension of the Seistan Line, (528)
  • Congo Free State, Brazzaville and Kirchassa, (401).
  • Dubrenil Transmitter, French Telegraph Department, Trials with the, (504)
  • Ethiopia, (401)
  • German Ocean Cables Laid during the Last Seven Years, (504), (628)
  • Indian Lines, (528)
  • Japan, Returns, (631)
  • Pacific Cable, Revenue and Expenditure, (501), Radio-Telegraphy, Prof. A. Artom’s New System of. Tried by the Italian Naval Authorities, (604)
  • Underground to the North of England, (673)
  • Wireless, De Forest System, (163)
  • De Forest, between Holyhead and Dublin, (427)
  • Experiments near Boston, (427) Felixstowe, (213)
  • France, Stations to Serve for Methodical Experiments, (39)
  • Janan and Formosa, (140) Marconi, Tariff for, between Rome and Foreign Countries, (501)
  • Port Arthur, (163)

Telephony:

  • Chicago, Tunnels for the Ser7ice,’(l90)
  • Brighton, (351)
  • Glasgow, (477)
  • Hull, (427j
  • Japan, Only Girls to be Employed in Day and Night Service, (620)
  • London and Brussels, (190)
  • London and New York, (604)
  • Mayfair Exchange Opened, (^27)
  • Rome and Paris, (190)
  • Tokyo, Number of Subscribers, (597) TEMPERATURE in Australian Mines, (504) with Depth, Increasing, 314 Reactions in the Blast Furnace, by Horace Allen, 84, 85 Teneriffe, Need of Artificial Irrigation in, (351)

Tenders:

  • Engines for Electric Generation Stations of the London County Council’s Tramways, Greenwich, Messrs. J. Musgrave and Sons’ Accepted, (463)
  • Locomotives, Construction within the State of, Victorian Government Invites, (24), 39
  • Locomotives of Local Manufacture, Australian Government, (259)
  • Lowest, by a Legal Contributor, 447
  • New York Cantilever Bridge, (162)^ Preparation of Estimates, (403), 435, 447 Pumping Engines for Deptford Pumping Station, (401)
  • Railway Material, Netherlands Minister for the Colonies will Receive, 252
  • Santiago, for the Cons’ruct'on of ^Chilian Section of Tranaandine Line, (65)
  • Steam Flour Mills and Bxkery for Palermo, (573)
  • Telegraph Wire, Top Coverings, Insulator Holders, insulators, State Railway, Christiania, (12)
  • TENSION in Liquids, New Method of Producing, (477)
  • Thames and the Mississippi River Basins Compared, (213)
  • Thames, River Piers and Landing Stages, (91) Thermal Storage, (171)
  • Thermodynamics, Practical Use of, 291 Thermodynamics of the Steam Turbine, 216, 240 Thompson, Mr. J. L., (561)
  • reading Screws, English and American Machines, (65)
  • Tnurston, Professor R, H., (481), 557
  • Tidal Rerime of the Mersey, Mr. J. N. Shoolbred on, 299
  • Timber, Drying Kilns for, 263
  • Exported from Norway. (140) Tests at Buenos Aires University, (140) Tin, Cape Colonial, (161)
  • Tin-plates, Cleansing. Mr. A. J. Maskrey’s Invention, (12)
  • Tin and Tin Scrap, (73)
  • Topham R fie Mechanism, The, 122
  • Toys which Make a Good Imitation of Modern Constructive Progress, (427)

Trade:

  • Agricultural Implements in Italy, Opening for British, (117)
  • American Iron and Steel, 379, 500
  • Iron Trade, 379 Motor Car Export, (91)
  • Belgium, with the Congo Free State, (477)
  • Birchenough, Mr. H , Report upon South Africa, 505, 520
  • Board of Trade Perplexities, 215
  • Board of Trade Returns, 240
  • Bolckow, Vaughan and Co., New Enterprises, (293)
  • British Chain Cables and Boilers Compete Favourably with Austrian, (91)
  • British Ploughs too Expensive for Poland, (140)
  • Bulgaria, Bxibish Agricultural Machines and Implements in Demand in, (39)
  • Canadian, Possibilities of Developing, (536)
  • Consular Reports as to British Trade in Rotterdam and Poland, (117), (140)
  • Cuba and the United Scates, Reciprocity Convention between, (259)
  • Cuban, British Merchants must Bestir Themselves to Retain their Share of, (259)
  • Customs Convention, The New South African 41, 161
  • Cutlery, Foreign and British, (361)
  • Dantzig, Benefited by the Marienburg-Mlawka Railway becoming a State Railway, (213)
  • Export Trade, Improvement in the, 68
  • France, with Foreign Countries, Mr, Inglis’ Report, (477)
  • French, in 1902, Ofii3ial Statement, (190)
  • German Goods Imported into Russia, Value of, (259)
  • German Goods into Russia, Importation of, much Greater than that of British, (213)
  • German Imports and Exports, Increase in, (236)
  • German, Improved Economic Condition of, (328)
  • Iron Tubes Imported into Turkey from United Kingdom chiefly, (117)
  • Japan, 1902, Decrease in Export Trade of United Kingdom to, (39)
  • Japan, Warning to Commercial Travellers to Beware of Counterfeits of Foreign Trade Marks and Goods, (140)
  • Machinery and Millwork Exports to Australia and Canada, (117)
  • Marks in China, British, 171
  • Marks in Japan, 606
  • Municipal Trading, H. Shirley-Price on, 383
  • Odessa and the Finnish Ports, (12) Philippines, Foreign Carrying Trade of the,
  • Continues under British Flag, (140)
  • Rail: Its Satisfactory Condition, (23), (24) Rotterdam, British Consul’s Report, (117) Russian Corn, (12)
  • Customs Returns, Relative Importation of German and British Goods, (213)
  • Imports from Germany, (259) Industrial Establishments, (259) Manufacturing Industry, Languishing State of, (259)
  • Sb. Petersburg, Consul-General J. Michell’s Report on the Trade of the Consular District of, (259)
  • Sheffield, with the United States, (355)
  • Sofia, Opening for British Agricultural Machines, (65)
  • South African, Mr. H. Birchenough’s Report 505, 520
  • South Africa, The New Customs Tariff, 48
  • South African Returns. (91) Speculation and, 377, 435
  • Tin-plate Trade, Sir J. J. Jenkins, (376) and Business Announcements, 24, 78, 104, 148, 200, 224, 246, 271, 294, 316, 339,412, 440, 464, 490, 514, 538, 562, 584, 604, 630
  • Trade Marks in Japan, 606
  • Tube, Combination in the, 398
  • United Kinerdom’s Share of China’s Foreign Trade, (375)
  • United Scates Fore’gn, for the Fiscal Year, (140)
  • United States to South Africa, Exports from, Enormous Increase in, (65)
  • Vera Cruz, Va’ue of British Imports into, as Compared with German and French, (140)
  • Vladivostock, Growing Activity of, (12) Warsaw Consular Report Relative to the Plough Industry, (140)

Tramways, Electric and other:

  • Aberdeen, (283)
  • Accidents ou Electric, 238, (251), (427), Accrington, (454) Altrincham, (454)
  • American, 252
  • American Association, Papers Read at,' American Report on, (314)
  • Aston, (149), (292), (386), (597)
  • Australian, Sydney, 317
  • Belgian Tram Rails, (573), 576, 622
  • Belgium, Rails for. The London Council as to, (454)
  • Bexley, (351)
  • Birmingham, Mr. A. Baker’s Appointment, (117). (123)
  • Birmingham and Midland, Reconstruction of, (387)
  • Bradford, Experiments on Electric Cars with Mr, S. Hindley’s Trolley Standard, (463)
  • Calcutta, Electric Fares Lowered and Increased Traffic, (140); Service Irregular during Monsoon, (163)
  • Cheltenham, (361)
  • Corniche Road, Electric, The Lower, (117)
  • Edinburgh, (259)
  • Folkestone to the Cheriton Boundary, (454) Foreign Rails for, 626
  • Germany, Statistics, (140)
  • Glasgow, Electric, Traffic Roturns, (140), (2»3)
  • Glossop, (236)
  • Guildford, (306)
  • Johannesburg, The Rails, Points, and Crossings for, (597)
  • Liverpool, Average Speed Sanctioned by Board of Trade, (283); Parliament Applied to for Powers to Extend, (528)
  • Liverpool and Leeds, Electric Omnibuses instead of Tramway, (504)
  • London County Council, Appointment of New Manager in Mr. Baker’s Place, (401); Lack of Cars on Kennington - Streat- ham Line, (401) ; Unreliable Service, (314)
  • Northern, E’ectrifica- tion of, on Conduit System, (477), (551) Earnings of the New Electric Cars, (376)
  • New Lines Recommended by, (91)
  • Purchase of Belgian Rails for, and Discussion thereon, and Inquiry to be Instituted, (573), 622
  • Steel Cable for Streatham Tram way, (401) Traffic Returns of, (283)
  • London Electric, 68, 379, (504)
  • Proposed New Electric, 89 Southern, 616
  • United, (597)
  • to Cross Kew Bridge, Conditions Attached, (573), 576 Mileage of, (220)
  • Lowestoft Electric, (117)
  • Management, (251)
  • Manchester, Trafford Park, Line to Connect with the Great Central, (73), (528)
  • Mandalay, Electric, (140)
  • Nancy, (401)
  • Newport, Mon., Malpas Section, (104)
  • New South Wales, 398
  • New South Wales, Posting and Collecting by Electric, (91)
  • New South Wales, Returns, 317
  • Permanent Way of. Standard Specifications for, 161
  • Pontypridd, (24)
  • Preston, Dick, Kerr and Co. ’s Tender Accepted, (504)
  • Rails, Foreign, (625); London County Council and, 622; Standard Specifications for Tram, 161; Electric Conductivity of Tramway Conductor, Mr. J. A. Capp, 627
  • Tramways, Electric and other (continued):
  • Rotherham, (103)
  • St. Petersburg, Development of, Preference to be given to Home Manufacturers, (306)
  • Scheme, Design of a Town’s, Mr. Wm. Macdonald on, (431)
  • Sheffield, Mr. T. R. Fearnley’s Appointment, (597); Presentation to Mr. A. L. C. Fell, (607)
  • South Lancashire Extensions, (91), (597) Southport, Sunday Electric Cars Decided Against. (39)
  • South Staffordshire, (410)
  • Steam C vrs, John Stephenson Co., of Elizabeth, ;
  • N.J., 556 I
  • Stockport and Hazelgrove System, Extension of, (620)
  • Streatham, (401), (597)
  • Sunderland, (489)
  • United States, Mileage in 1902, (236)
  • North Jacksonville, Fla.,Unique Position, (401)
  • Number of Companies Working, Mileage, and Traffic, (259)
  • 188 Mlles Long, between Indianapolis and Columbus, (283)
  • Pittsburg and Charleroi Line, (401)
  • Vienna, AU Electric, (12)
  • Woking, (283) Wolverhampton, (269), (283), (292), (315), (355), (386)
  • TRANSVAAL, Gold Mining Statistics, 201
  • Trevethick and Steam Power, (823)
  • Tube Trade, Combination in the, 398
  • Tunnel, Behring Straits, 121
  • Genoa, 218
  • Hudson River, 268, (528)
  • Rotherhithe, 98, (117) Simplon, 183, (190), 250, 251, 379, 531 Tunnels, Subaqueous, 621
  • Tunnels under Chicago for Telephone and Postal Service, (190)
  • Tunnelling Feat, A, 550
  • Turbines for Electric Purposes, (439)
  • Turbines, Hydraulic and Steam, 581
  • Turbine, New Forms of the Steam, Robt. H. Smith, 587, 611
  • Turbine, Parsons’ Steam, Paper to be Read on. (375)
  • Turbines, Steam, 605, 621
  • Turbines, Steam, Condensing Plant with Limited Water Supply, Mr. W. H. Roy, 547
  • Turbines, Steam, and Reciprocating Eagines, 509, 533, 580, 581, 604, 605
  • Turbine, 10,000 Horse-power Steam, Brown, Boveri and Co., (259)
  • Turbine Works, Parsons’ Steam, Work Assured for Twelve Months, (439)
  • Twenty-four Millions Sterling, 290
  • UNITED States Agricultural Department, Gratuitous Distribution of Rare Seeds and Bacteria to Farmers, (190)
  • United States Corn and Flax Seed Production, 1903, (528)
  • University College, Bristol, (277)
  • Ural Mining Industry, Critical Condition of, (573)
  • Uralite, Fire Test of, (383)
  • Uranium Silts, Uses of, (140)
  • Uranium, World’s Consumption of, (140)
  • VALVE Gear, Defective, 332
  • Valve Gear, Riekie-Mcintosh, 288
  • Valve Seat, Removable, Sir Wm. Bailey and Co.. 603 ’
  • Vauxhall Bridge, New, 612, 613, 614 Ventilation of the House of Commons, (291)
  • Victoria Falls Power Scheme, The, 263
  • WAGES Questions—AW Labour, &c.
  • Walthew, Mr. Jas., (597)
  • Water, Condensing, 676
  • Water, Economic Illustration of, 433
  • Water-powers Developed in the Several Countries Estimate of the, (12)
  • Watering Streets, Disadvantages of Salt Water for, (351)

Water Supply:

  • Arbroath, (236)
  • Assouan Reservoir, Water Stored for Summer Consumption Discharged, (39)
  • Bacterial Treatment of Water and Sewage up to Date, Dr. P. Frankland on, 29
  • Barnsley, (39), (77)
  • Bolton, (3U1)
  • Cannes, (213)
  • Cape Colony, (290)
  • Chew Valley, Greenfield, Large Reservoir to be Constructed, (551)
  • Chicago l?ire, Protection Water Supply gystein (91)
  • Coconada, India, New Works Opened, (140) Conservation and Increase of Subterranean Water, E. 0. Mawson on, 311
  • Derwent Valley Scheme, Progress of the, (6291 Elan Valley Water Scheme, The, (536) Frankley Reservoir, (222), (336)
  • Ilawksley, Mr. Chas, on, 278 Irrigation in the Orange River Colony, 123 Irrigation in South Africa, 457
  • I Italy, Diversion of the River Sele for Irrigation Purposes, (39)
  • Japan, Deep-well Boring System in use in, (65) ’
  • Leicester, Sheffield, Derby, and Nottingham^ (629)
  • Llanelly Reservoir Opened, (128)
  • London, May 31st, 1903,(12), (65); July, (213), (259)
  • London County Council Water Committee, Inferior Character of Water Supplied in London, July, (65)
  • Manchester, (323)
  • Manchester, Proposed Reservoir at Prestwich, (375); Visit of the Committee to Longdeadale Waterworks, (597)
  • Margate, 614, 615
  • Meters, Advantages of, (582) Metropolitan, (12), (65), (213), (259), (454) Newport Corporation Waterworks, (338) New South Wales, Steam Turbine-driven Centrifugal Pumps for High Lifts, Mr. C. W, Darley, 29
  • Nice, (573)
  • Port Elizabeth, (504), (528)
  • Preston, (504)
  • Raising of Water by Compressed Air, Mr. P.
  • Griffiths on, 31
  • River Tees Conservancy Commission, Fiftieth Anniversary, (309)
  • Sheffield, (77)
  • Simla, Short, in July, (163)
  • SkiptoD, (551)
  • Softening of Water, Mr. Strohmeyer and Mr. Baron, 622, 627
  • South-West Lancashire, Mr, J. Parry on, 298 Sparkbrook,(536)
  • Sterilisaticn of, for Troops in the Field, (65) Subterranean Water, Conservation and Increase of, 341
  • Thames, Average Daily Flow over Teddington Weir for Twenty Years in June and during the Three Months ending June 30th, 1903, (117)
  • Torquay and Newton Abbot, 64, (351) Tottiford, New Trenchford Reservoir, (361)
  • WEEKS, Engineer Rear-Admiral G. H., (401)
  • Weights and Measures Act Passed at Wellington, New Zealand, (477)
  • Well Borers in South Africa, Openings for, (161)
  • Well Boring by the Freezing Process, 355
  • West Bromwich Sewerage, (454)
  • Wheels, Emery, Safe Speeds for Running, Tests made by Professor Grubler, (283)
  • Whitelead and Linseed Oil, 472
  • White Paints on Engineering Structures, Value of, 227,(291), 332, 383, 400, 435
  • Whitworth Scholarships and Exhibitions, (280) Wilkinson, Mr., (412)
  • Wind, World’s Record for High Continuous, (12) Wire-drawer, The Champion, of the American Steel and Wire Company, (620)
  • Wire Mattress Weaving Machine, Messrs. G. Birch and Co., (438)
  • Wood Chopping Machine, Hard, 446, 452
  • Wood Pulp Shipped to and Manufactured in Japan, (140)
  • Wood Pulp Trust, Scandinavian, (375)
  • Wood Seasoning, Mr. H. Lovatt’s System, (198) Woods, Sycamore the Most Durable of, (375) Wood, Mr. John Scott, (561)
  • Workmen’s Compensation Acts and Employers’
  • Liability Att, Statistics of Proceedings in 1902, (328) in 1102 in England and Wales, Sum Awarded under, (306) Insurances against, 476
  • Sum Paid by the Railway Companies of the United Kingdom under,(454) Worm Gearing, 93
  • Workshop, A Floating, Durban Harbour {Supplement, September ^^th, 1903), 301
  • World’s Production of Iron and Steel, 121
  • Wright, Dr. C. A. J., on Treatment of Cancer by
  • Electric Osmose, (351)
  • ZINC, Pulverisation of, (39)

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