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The Engineer 1904 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1904 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1904 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1904 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1904 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1904 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1904 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1904 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1904 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1904 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1904 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1904 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.

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List of Names.

  • ABERPELDY Aerial Ropeway, Messrs. John M. Henderson and Co., 228, 229
  • Adams’ Sewage Lifts at Douglas, 117
  • Admiralty Steam Pumps, 138
  • Alberger Barometric Condenser, St. Louis Exhibition, 125
  • - Engine and Condenser Air Pump, St. Louis Exhibition, 126
  • - Horizontal Surface Condenser, St. Louis Exhibition, 126
  • Albion Engineering Company, Limited, Series Boiler Feeder, 305
  • Albula Railway, 82, 83
  • Allen and Co., Messrs. J. G., Oil Engine Road Roller, 327
  • Allen, Son and Co., Limited, Messrs. W. H., High-speed Engines, 54, 55
  • Allgemeine Elektricitiits Gesellschaft, Electric Lift Hoisting Equipment, 480
  • American Electric and Controller Company of New York Motor Speed Controller, 627
  • - Express Locomotives, Pennsylvania Railway, 213
  • - Locomotive Company, Mallet Duplex-compound Locomotive (Supplements, Se2')tetnb^' IQtk, October 7tk, 1904)
  • Arctic Vessel, Commander Peary’s New, 416, 417
  • Arnold, Professor, Alternating Stress Testing Machine, 227, 308
  • Aveling and Porter’s Light Traction Engine, Royal Agricultural Society, 17
  • Axiom Lubrication System, 162
  • BARCLAY, Sons and Co., Messrs. A., Gasworks Locomotives, 400
  • Beatson Vat, Electrolytic Methods of Treating Tin Scrap, 5, 6
  • Bell, Sir Lowthian, 626
  • Bement, Mr. A., Discharge of Water with Steam from Water-tube Boilers : Cause and Remedies, 604, 605
  • Bengal, Navigable Canals and Steamer Routes in, 640
  • Benn’s Air Pump, 252
  • Bessbrook Spinning Mills Power Plant, Messrs. John and Edward Wood, 118, 119
  • Bickford, J. S. V., Carburetters, 95
  • Birmingham’s New Water Supply, 77, 78, 87
  • Blackstone’s Oil Engine, Royal Agricultural Society, 16
  • Bomford and Evershed’s Steam Wagon, Royal Agricultural Society, 16
  • Buckton and Co., Limited, J., 8in. High-speed Lathe (xiit. Supplement, November ^th, 1904)
  • Buckton and Co.. Limited, Messrs. Joshua, 3C0- Ton Universal Testing Machine, 236, 237, 238
  • CAMPBELL Gas Engine Company, Portable Oil Engine with Reversing Gear, 594
  • Canadian Fisheries Cruiser Canada, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 202, 203
  • Canadian Locomotive Works, A, 317, 318, 324
  • Capitaine, Herr Emil, 25 Horse-power Gas Launch, 389
  • Cardiff, Pumping Engine for New South Dock at, W. H. Allen and Co., Limited, 564, 565, 566
  • Carville Power Station, 254, 230, 282, 283
  • Chambers, Scott and Co., Electric Hauling Winch, 297
  • Chatham Dockyard, High Duty Pumping Plant, Messrs. Hayward, Tyler and Co., Limited, (Sirppfenient, November IS^A, 1904), 501
  • Claerwen Reservoirs, Section of, 77
  • Clarke-street Works, Derby, 109, 112
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs,, Wood Fuel Steam Road Roller, 402
  • Clerk, Mr. Dugald, Gas Engine, 210
  • Collingham, R. H., Air Compressor, 26
  • Conveyor Company, Limited, Coal Conveying Plant at a Manchester Power Station, 346, 354
  • Cornwall, Some Old Engines in, 364
  • Cowans, Sheldon and Co., Limited, 30-Ton Steam Jib Crane, 279
  • Craven Bros., Limited. 30in. Motor-driven Lathe (xvi., Supplew.ent^ yorember 1904)
  • Crossley Oil Engine, 47 Brake Horse-power, 246, 247
  • Cunard Liner Caronia, The New, John Brown and Co., Limited, 59
  • Curtis Steam Turbine, St. Tjouis Exhibition, 638, 639
  • DANISH Train Ferry Boat, 550
  • Darling and Sellers, 18in. Electric Shafting Lathe (i., viii., 4M, 1904)
  • Dean, Smith and Grace, Limited, High-speed 28in. Lathe, 414
  • Dean, Smith and Grace, Limited, 16in. Motor- driven Headstock (xi., xii., Supplementt Nor ember ith, 1904)
  • Denain Works, Indentation Tests on Steel, 426
  • Denison and Son, Messrs. Sam., 100-Ton Chaintesting Machine, 84
  • Dobson and Co., Messrs., Piston and Valve, 611, I 612
  • Douglas, Adams’ Sewage Lifts at, 117 i
  • Dover Colliery, 176, 177,199, 200
  • EAST London Water Company, New Pumping Plant, Mr. W. B. Bryan, 328
  • Egypt and the Soudan, Irrigation Projects—Map, 152
  • Elan Reservoirs, Section of, Birmingham Water Supply, 77
  • Elderslie Graving Dock, Power Gas Plant, 151
  • Elsworth, Jno. F,, Barrel Truck, 93
  • FAWCETT, Preston and Co., Limited, Vertical Compound Pumping Engine, 36
  • Foden’s Light Traction Engine, Royal Agricultural Society, 17
  • GAINSBOROUGH Waterworks. New Pumping Station, Mr. Percy Griffith, 105
  • Gelstharpe Vat, Electrolytic Methods of Treating Tin Scrap, 5
  • German Battleship Deutschland, Herr Fried. Krupp, 618, 619
  • Glommen Hydraulic Power Works, Norway, 197, 198
  • Gothic Two-cycle Oil Engine, Royal Agricultural Society, 16
  • Greenwald Company, The I. and E. Valves and Valve Gear, 600 Horse-power Cross-compound Engine, 515
  • Guy’s Hospital, Engineering at, 465, 466
  • - Engine room, Kirkland and Capper, 412, 413
  • HANDYSIDE and Co., Limited, Clarke-street Works, 109, 112
  • Hardie-Thompson Water-tube Boiler, 374
  • Hardy and Padmore, Messrs., Vacuum Engine, 304
  • Harrisburg Machine Company, Tandem Compound Horizontal Engine (600 Horse-power), St. Louis Exhibition, 462, 463, 464
  • Hattersley and Sons, Limited, Goo,, Automatic Loom, 31, 32
  • Hebburn, New Graving Dock at, 390, 391 “Heclon” Gyratory Rock and Ore Breaker, Hadfield’s Steel Foundry Company, Limited, 424, 425
  • Heclon” Armour Piercing Projectiles, 376
  • Herbert, Limited, Alfred, High-speed Headstock (ii., Svpplementi 4^A, 1904)
  • H.M. Cruiser Black Prince, Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, Limited, 368, 369, 470; Boilers and Engines of, 643, 644, and Svpple))ie.nf^ December 1904
  • H.M.S. King Edward VII., First-class Battleship, 439
  • H.M.S. Prince of Wales, 7500 Indicated Horsepower Triple-expansion Engines (Supplement. July IxZ, 1904). 12
  • Hetherington and Sons, J., High-speed Head-stock (ii., iv., Supplement^ November ^th^ 1904)
  • Hinksford Pumping Engines, Fawcett, Preston, and Co. (Suppleinenty July22n(l^ 1904), 28, 36, 40
  • Holzwarth Steam Turbine, 689, 590
  • Hopkinson, Professor, Exhaust Gas Calorimeter, 211
  • Houldsworth Roller Bearing, 44
  • Hoy, Mr. H. A., “Pop” Safety Valve, 329
  • Hozier Automatic Carburetter, 642
  • Hudson, Mr. Robert, Portable Rivet Furnace, 453
  • Hulse and Co., Limited, Circular Shears, 322
  • Hulse and Co., 12in. High-speed Headstock (v., vi., vii.. Supplement, November 1904)
  • Hummono, The Motor Yacht, 332
  • INDUSTRIAL Improvements Company, Waterseal Steam Trap, 504
  • Isabella Furnace of the Carnegie Steel Company, 505
  • Italian Battleship Vittorio Emanuele ITL, 572
  • JACKSON and Co., Limited, P. R., Helical Spur Wheels for Rolling Mill Work, 454
  • Japanese Armoured Cruisers, i Messrs. Gio. Ansaldo, Armstrong and Co., 446
  • Just-Hatmaker Milk-drying Machine, Royal Agricultural Society, James Milne and Sons, Limited, 16
  • KERR, Stuart and Co., Narrow-gauge Locomotive, Mexican Railways, (Supplement, December 2nd, 1901). 540
  • Kerr, Stuart and Co., Limited, Steam Motor Coach for the Maharajah of Scindia, 477
  • Kjellin, F. A., Electric Steel Furnace atGysinge, Sweden, 46
  • Kleen Dust Collector, The, 117
  • Knowlmere Manor, Concrete Bridge, Mr. T. G. Mouchel, 178
  • Kobe Floating Dock, Pumping Engine, Messrs. W. H. Allen, Son and Co. 91
  • LANCASHIRE Dynamo and Motor Company, Limited, Works of the, 493, 496, 497
  • Lancashire Steam Motor Company, Steam Wagons, 270, 271, 272, 273
  • Lang and Sons, John, Surfacing and Boring Lathe, (ix., xv., xvi.. Supplement, yovembev 1904)
  • Leek and Manifold Light Railway, Rolling Stock on the, 387, 394
  • Leith, Dock Extensions, 550
  • Liverpool Docks, 492
  • Lloyd’s Register, Experiment on some Structural Details, 527
  • Loire, Raking Dredge on the, 530
  • London and North-Western Four-coupled Passenger Engine, Mr. G. Whale (Supplement, October lil-h, 1904), 361
  • London and South-Western Railway, 40-Ton Hopper Wagons, Messrs. G. R. Turner, Limited, 614, 628
  • Lucal Oil Fuel Burner, The, 330
  • Luke and Spencer, Limited, Tool Grinder, 604
  • MCLAREN, J, and H., 1400-Kilowatt Triple-expansion Engine, Leeds Electricity Works, 612, 613
  • Mallet Duplex Compound Locomotive, Baltimore and Ohio Railway, The American Locomotive Company (Supplementa, September 16/// and Octobee)' 'Ith, 1904), 300
  • Mayence, Railway Bridge near, 468, 469
  • Merryweather and Co., Limited, Vacuum Cesspool Exhauster, 530
  • Metropolitan Railway, Electrical Train, 591
  • - 5000 Horse-power Turboelectric Generator, 591
  • - Boiler House, Neasden Power Station, 592
  • Mexican Railways, Narrow Gauge Locomotive, Kerr, Stuart and Co., Limited (Supplement, December 2nd, 1904), 540
  • Middlesbrough Dock Electric and Hydraulic Power Plant, V. L. Raven, 139, 140
  • Midland Railway Steam Coach, Mr, R. M. Deeley, 204, 206
  • Miley Machine Tool Company, High-speed 124in. Lathe, 442, 443
  • Miley’s Machine Tool Company, Limited, 12in. Headstock, (xi.. Supplement, November 4tli, 1904)
  • Milner’s Speed Indicator, 551
  • Muirhead, Mr. Erskine, Multiple Band Saw, 366
  • Musker, Limited, Messrs. C. and A., Flag Press for Destructor Clinker, 41
  • NASMYTH’S Drilling Machine, 52
  • Nasmyth Hammer, 1, 2
  • Neckar, Concrete Bridge over the, 650
  • Neilson, Mr., on the Gas Turbine, 414
  • Now York Central and Hudson River Railway Electric Locomotives for, 542, 543, 644, 545
  • Niagara, Power Development at, 593, 698
  • Niclausse Boiler Works. Queensferry, 7, 8, 9
  • Nile Basin, Map of the Upper, 243
  • Nile Irrigation, 243, 267, 289
  • North-Eastern Electric Train, Six-coach, 262
  • North-Eastern Railway and upon Tyneside, Use of Electricity on, 254, 260, 261, 282, 283
  • PARIS, Motor Cars in, 642
  • Paris-Orleans Railway, Four-cylinder Compound Locomotive, Soe. Alsacienne de Construction ; Mecaniques, 595
  • Parsons-Westinghouse Steam Turbine, St. Louis Exhibition, 639
  • Peary’s New Arctic Vessel, 416, 417
  • “Perfect” Gas Engine Starter, Messrs. The Sheffield Engineers, Limited, 238
  • Pickles and Son, John, Planing and Glass-papering Machine, 165
  • Pierson Gas Producer, 450
  • Plumstead, Clinker Brick-making Plant at Queen’s Engineering Co., Limited, 214
  • Pollak-Virag Rapid Telegraph, 596
  • Puget Sound Power Company, Sketch Map, 226
  • Pulsometer Engineering Company, Reading Sinking Pump, 319
  • Purfleet, Ferro-concrete Bridge, 428
  • Pyrodyen Steam Wagon, The, 387, 388
  • QUEENSFERRY, Niclausse Boiler Works, 7, 8, 9
  • Queensland Government Railways, Eight Wheels Coupled Goods Locomotive, Mr. Geo. B. Nutt {Supplement, August (yth, 1904)
  • RANSOME and Co., Limited, Horizontal L g Band Saw, 398, 399
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Messrs., Petrol Agricultural Tractor and Plough, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 42
  • Rateau, Prof. A., Regenerative Steam Accumulator, 4
  • Reading Sinking Pump, 319
  • Reavell and Co., Messrs., Pneumatic Spring-testing Machine, 44
  • Reiche), Herr M., Automobile Steam Fire Engines, 163
  • Reisert Automatic Water Softener, Royles Limited, 653
  • “Richardson” Steam Pump, 188
  • Richmond and Co., Messrs. J., Press Button Electric Lift, 662
  • Robey and Co., Limited, Compound Winding Engine, 181
  • Robinson Steam Excavator, The, 350
  • Rover Motor Car, The, 351
  • Rowan and the Buckley Piston Rings, The, 384
  • Royce, Limited, Messrs., Electrically - driver Transporters, 650
  • Royles, Limited, Reisert Automatic Wate Softener, 653
  • Ruston, Proctor and Co., Limited, Steam Navvy, 296
  • Ruston, Proctor and Co., Tandem Compound Drop Valve Engine {Supplewent, Sept.fiwlp.r 2?izZ, 1904)
  • Rye, New Bridge over the Rother at, Mr. F, C. Tempest, 68, 62, 128, 129
  • SABOURET, M., Method by which a Fall and Minute Report can be Drawn of the State of Permanent Way, 66
  • St. Louis Exhibition, Locomotive Testing Plant, {Supplfnieiit August 1904)
  • - Four-cylinder Compound von Borries Locomotive, 259
  • - Power Plant, 80, 81, 1C3
  • Scott and Co., Messrs., 7500 Indicated Horsepower Triple-expansion Engines H.M.S. Prince of Wales {Supplenienf^ July Is/, l£04), 12
  • Shanghai Waterworks, 602, 603
  • Sharp’s Slot Drilling Machine, 52
  • Shaw, Mr. Leonard, Automatic Blue Printing Machine, 451
  • Simplon Railway Locomotive, 1 in 40 Grades, 570 Simplon Tunnel, Hot Springs and the, 179, 245, .341, 385,415,489,588,669
  • Simplon Tunnel, Pumping Plant, 245
  • Smith and Coventry, 16Jin. High-speed Lathe (vii., ix., X., Supplement, November 1904)
  • - Planing Machine with Cushioned Drive, 304
  • Societe .Anonyme des Etablissemeuts Delaunay Belleville, 1500 Horse-power Six-cylinder Quadruple Expansion Engine, 367
  • Societe Bollinckx, Telescopic Steam Engine Valve Gear, 411
  • Soissons, Armoured Concrete Skew Bridge at. 342, 343
  • South London Conduit Tramways, Brixton and Streatham Branch, 290, 291, 292
  • Spong and Co., Messrs,, Sensitive Drilling Machine, 350
  • Starr Brass Indicator, The, 479
  • Stirling Gas-fired Boiler, 234
  • Stoke Canon, Bridge at, 494
  • Stothert'and Pitt, Limited, 50-Ton Electric Crane, 161 ?
  • Swansea, New Dock. 109
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, Messrs. J. Stewart and Co., 153, 154, 155
  • Sykes Hammer, 2
  • Symbol” Steam Valve, Messrs. TbompsonBros., 329 ’
  • TANGYE Tool and Electric Company, Limited, 24in. Headstock (xiii,, xiv., xv.. Supplement, November 4th, 1904)
  • Taylor and Challen, Limited, Belt-driven Dio Press, 71
  • Thames Passenger Steamers, The London County Council, 541, 620
  • Thirlmere Water Pipes, Laying Conduit across Scardale Valley, 580, 581
  • Thryburgh Colliery, Kilnhurst, Coal-screening Plant, Graham, Morton and Co., Limited, 552. 553
  • Thusis, Railway Bridge over the Rhine at, 512, 513, 519
  • Triumph, H.M, First-class Battleship, 522
  • Turbigo, Italy, The Hydro-electric Power Station, 622
  • Tyneside, Railway and Tramway System on, 254, 260, 262, 275, 282, 283
  • VAUXHALL f Bridge, New, Mr. Maurice Fitzmaurice, 437
  • Vulcan Foundry Company Colonial Locomotives. 153
  • Vulcan, Steam Bucket Dredger, Messrs. Ferguson Bros., 420
  • WADKIN Wood worker, The, 602, 503
  • Wakefield and District Light Railways, 472, 476
  • Wallach Brothers,, Painting Machine, 304
  • Ward, Haggas and Smith, Horizontal Drilling and Milling Machine, 645
  • Webster and Bennett, Messrs., 30in. Doubleboring Mill, 320, 321
  • Westinghouse Engine and Alternator, 222
  • Weston, A. T., Stresses in Thin Cylinders Subjected to Internal Pressure, 298
  • Wheeler, Mr. W. H,, Measurement of Running Water in Rivers and Open Channels, 563,564
  • Whitaker Brothers., Steam Crane Excavator, 116
  • Wiener, A. F., Vanadium Steel, 18
  • Wilkinson and Sons, G., Treble-geared Highspeed Lathe, 6^5
  • Wilkinson, H, L., Wheel Marks on Roaring Rails, 538
  • Worthington Pump Company, Horizontal Dry Vacuum Pump, St, Louis Exhibition, 174, 175

Subject matter

  • ADHESION of Timber Piles to Concrete, 167
  • Aerial Ropeway, Aberfeldy, 228, 229
  • Air Compressor, R. 11, Collingham, 26
  • BALLISTIC Explorer, QI
  • Barometric Condenser, The Alberger, 125
  • Barrel Truck, Jno. F. Els worth, 93
  • Boiler Feeder Series, Albion Engineering Company, Limited, 305
  • Furnace with Lucal Burner, 320 C^-as-fired, The Sterling, 234 Water-tube, The Hardie-Thompson, 374 Works, Niclauase, Queensferry, 7, 8, 9
  • BoiBrs, Babcock and Wilcox, H.M. Cruiser Black Prince, 614
  • Boilers, Water-tuba, Discharge of Water with Steam from, Cause and Remedies, Mr, A. Bement on, 604, 605
  • Boring Mill, SOin.. Double, Messrs. Webster and Bennett, 320. 321
  • Brick-making Plant, Clinker, Plumstead, 214 Bridge, Concrete, over the Neckar, 650
  • Ferro-concrete, Purfleet, 428
  • New Vauxhall, 437 Railway, near Mayence, 468, 460 over the Rother at Rye, New, Mr. F. C.
  • Tempest, 58, 62
  • Rye Railway, Reconstruction of, Mr. P. C. Tempest, 128, 129
  • at Soissons, Armoured Concrete Skew, 342, 343
  • Stoke Canon, 494
  • Sydney Harbour, Messrs. J. Stewart and Co., 153, 154, 155
  • Railway, Thuds, 512, 513, 519
  • CALORIMETER, Exhaust Gas, Professor Hopkin- son, 211
  • Canals and Steamer Routes, Navigable in Bengal (with Map), 640, 641
  • Carburetters, J. S. V. Bickford, 95
  • Carburetter, Hozier Automatic, 642
  • Chain-testing Machine, 100-Ton, Messrs. Sam. Denison and Co., 84
  • Coal-screening Plant, Graham, Morton and Co., Limited, 552, 553
  • Condenser, Barometric, The Alborger, St. Louis Exhibition, 125
  • Condenser, Horizontal Surface, The Albergcr, St. Louis Exhibition, 126
  • Colliery, Dover, 199, 200
  • Conveying Plant, Coal, Manchester Power Station,
  • Conveyor Company, Limited, 354
  • Conveying Plant, Coal and Ash, Conveyor Company, Limited, 346
  • Crane Excavator, Steam, Whitaker Bros., 116
  • 50-Ton Electric, Stothert and Pitt, 161
  • 30-Ton Steam Jib, Cowans, Sheldon and Co., Limited, 279
  • DIE Press, Belt-driven, Taylor and Challen, Limited, 71
  • Dock Extensions, Leith, 550
  • Kobe Floating, Pumping Engine, 91 Liverpool, 492
  • New Graving, Hebburn, 390, 391 Swansea, New, 109
  • Dredge on the Loire, Raking, 530
  • Dredger, Vulcan, Steam Bucket, Messrs. Ferguson Bros., 420
  • Drilling Machine, Nasmyth’s, 52 Sensitive, Messrs. Spong and Co., 350
  • Slot, Sharp’s, 52 and Milling Machine, Messrs. Ward, Haggas and Smith, 645
  • Dust Collector, The Kleen, 117
  • Dynamo and Motor Works, Lancashire, 493, 496, 497
  • ELECTRIC and Hydraulic Power Plant, Middlesbrough, y. L. Raven, 139, 140
  • Lift Hoisting Equipment, Allgemeine Electricifats Gesellschaft, 480
  • Electric Generator, Turbo-, Boiler House, Neasden Power Station, 592
  • Electrical Train, Metropolitan Railway, 591
  • Electricity on North-Eastern Railway and Tyneside, Use of. 254, 260, 261, 282, 283
  • Electrolytic Methods of Treating Tin Scrap, 5, 6 Engineering at Guy’s Hospital, 465, 466
  • Engines, Automobile Steam Fire, Herr M. Reicher. 163
  • Compound Winding, Robey and Co., Limited, 181
  • Gas, Mr. Dugald Clerk, 210
  • High-speed Enclosed, Design of. 384, 435, 436, 490, 559, 611, 612
  • Internal Combustion, 148, 149, 150, 173
  • Modern, Messrs.W. H. Allen, Son and Co., 54, 65
  • Light Traction, Messrs. Aveling atd Porter, Royal Agricultural Society, 17
  • Light Traction, Foden’s, Royal Agricultural Society, 17
  • Oil, Blackstone’s, Royal Agricultural Society. 16
  • Crossley Brothers, 246, 247
  • Gothic Two-cycle, Royal Agricultural Society, 16
  • Portable, Campbell Gas Engine Company, 594
  • Old, in Cornwall, 364
  • Pumping, Hinksford, Fawcett, Preston and Co. {Supplement^ July 1904), 28, 36, 40
  • Pumping, Kobe Floating Dock, Messrs. W. H. Aden and Co., 91
  • Room, Guy’s Hospital, 412, 413
  • (1500 Horse-power), Six-cylinder Quadruple-expansion, Soei^te Anonymo des Etablissements Delaunay Belleville, 367
  • Starter, The “ Perfect,” 238
  • Steam, St. Louis Exhibition, 222, 223, 224, 249, 260, 294, 295, 337, 338, 339, 367, 409, 410, 515. 516
  • Tandem Compound Drop Valve, Ruston, Proctor and Co. {Supplement, September 1904)
  • Tandem Compcund Horizontal (600 Horsepower, Harrisburg Machine Company, St., Louis Exhibition, 462, 463, 464
  • (7500 Indicated Horse-power), Tripleexpansion, H.M.S. Prince of Wales, {SvpplementSi July IsZ, and December 30ZA, 1904), 12, 643
  • Engines, (1400 Kilowatt), Triple-expansion, J. and
  • H. McLaren, Leeds Electricity Works, 612, 613
  • Vacuum, Messrs. Hardy and Padmore, 304
  • Excavator, Steam, Mr. A. W. Robinson, 350 Excavator, Steam Crane, Whitaker Brothers, 116 Exhibition, St. Louis, Power Plant, 81, 103 Exhibition, St. Loui^, Structural Work of its Buildings, 33, 57
  • FIRE Engines, Automobile Steam, Herr M. Reichel, 163
  • Flag Press for Destructor Clinker, Messrs. C. and A. Musker, Limited, 41
  • Furnace, Electric Steel, Gysinge, Sweden, F. A. Kjellin, 46
  • Furnace, Isabella, Carnegie Steel Company, 505
  • GAS Power Plant for Elderslie Graving Dock, 151 Gas Producer, Pierson, 450
  • Grinder, Tool, Messrs. Wadkin and Co,, 504
  • Gyratory Rock and Ore Breaker, The “ Heclon,” 424, 425
  • HAMMER, Nasmjth, 1, 2
  • Hammer, Sykes, 2
  • Helical Spur Wheels for Rolling Mill Work, P. R. Jackson and Co., Limited, 454
  • Hospital Engineering at Guy’s, 412, 413, 465, 466
  • Hydraulic Power Works, Norway, Glommen, 197, 198
  • Hydro-electric Power Station, Turbigo, Italy, 622
  • INDICATOR, Starr Brass Engine, 479
  • Irrigation Projects in Egypt and the Soudan Map, 152
  • LATHE, 8Jin. Capstan, Tangye Tool and Electric Company, Limited, 630
  • - Carrier, “Saltley,” 551
  • - High-speed, Buckton and Co., Limited; Craven Bros., Limited ; Dean, Smith and Grace, Limited, (414) ; Darling and Sellars ; Herbert, Limited ; Hetherington and Sons; Hulse and Co.; Lang and Sons; Smith and Coventry ; Tangye Tool and Electric Company (Svppleweni, November' 1904)
  • - High-speed 124in., Miley Machine Tool Company, 442, 443
  • - Treble-geared High-speed, G. Wilkinson and Sons, 615
  • Launch Gas Engine, Herr Emil Capitaine, 389 Lift, Press Button Electric, Messrs. J, Richmond and Co., 652
  • Locomotives, Colonial, Vulcan Foundry Company, 158
  • - Eight Wheels Coupled Gcod^, Queensland Government Railways, Mr. Geo. B. Nutt [Supple- 'nienty Augubi 5^A. 1904)
  • - Electric, for the New York Central and Hudson River Railway, 542, 543, 544, 645
  • - Electric Goods, North-Eastern Railway, 262
  • - Express, Pennsylvania Railway, 213 Four-coupled Passenger, London and North-Western Railway, Mr. G, Whale (Sappiewent, October lAth^ 1904), 361
  • - Four - cylinder Compound Von Borries, St. Louis Exhibition, 259 Four - cylinder Compound, Paris- Orleans Railway, Soc. Alsacienne de Constructions M6caniques, 59.5 Gasworks, Messrs. A. Barclay, Sons and Co., 400
  • - Mallet Duplex Compound, Baltimore and Ohio Railway, The American Locomotive Company (Snpplem.e.nts^ • September l^th and October 1901), 300
  • - Narrow-gauge, Mexican Railways, Kerr, Stuart and Co., Limited (Sapplemenf, December 2nd, 1904), 640
  • - (1 in 40 Grades), Simplon Railway Tunnel, 570
  • - Testing Plant, St. Louis Exhibition (Sapplementf Aagast l^th^ 1904)
  • - Works, A Canadian, 317, 318, 324
  • Loom, Automatic, Geo. Hattersley and Sons, Limited, 31, 32
  • Lubrication System, The Axiom, 162
  • MACHINE Tools, Some Early, 1, 52
  • Maps, Nile Irrigation Scheme, 243, 267, 268, 2S9
  • Meters for Measuring Running Water, Mr. W. H. Wheeler on, 563, 564
  • Milk-drying Machine, The Just-Hatmaker, Royal Agricultural Society, 16
  • Mil), 30in. Double-boring, Messrs. Webster and Bennett, 320, 321
  • Motor Car, The Rover, 351
  • - Cars in Paris, 642
  • - Car Works, Steam Wagons of the Lancashire Steam Motor Company, 270, 271, 272, 273
  • - Coach, Midland Railway, Mr. R. M. Deeley, 204, 206
  • Motor Coach, Steam, for the Maharajah Scindia, Kerr, Stuart and Co., Limited, 477
  • - Speed Controller, American Electric and Controller Company, of New York, 627 Yacht Hummono, 332
  • NAVY, Steam, Ruston,' Preetor and Co., Limited, 296
  • ORE and Stone Crushing Machine, The “Heckn Gyratory, 424, 425
  • PAINTING Machine, Wallach Brothers, 304
  • Petrol Agricultural Tractor and Plough, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Royal Agricultural Society, 42
  • Pi&ton and Valve, Messrs. Dobson and Co., 611, 612
  • Planing and Glass-papering Machine, John Pickles and Son, 166
  • Planing Machine with Cushioned Drive, Smith and Coventry^ 304
  • Portrait, Sir Lowthian Bell, 626 Power Company, Puget Sound, -U.S.A., Sketch
  • Map, 226 Development at Niagara, 593, 598 Plant, Bessbrook Spinning Mills, Messrs.
  • John and Edward Wood, 118, 119 Station, Carville, 254, 260, 282, 283
  • Press, Belt-driven Die, Taylor and Chalk n, Limited, 71
  • Press for Destructor, Clinker Flag, Messrs. C. and A. Musker, Limited, 41
  • Printing Machine, Automatic Blue, Mr. Leonard Shaw, 451
  • Projectiles, ‘'Heclon” A.P., 376 Pumps, Admiralty Steam, 138
  • Air, Sykes Benn, 252 Engine and Condenser, Air, The Alberger, St. Louis Exhibition, 126
  • Horizontal Dry Vacuum, The Worthington Pump Company, St. Louis Exhibition, 174, 175
  • Reading Sinking, Pulsometer Engineering Company, 319
  • “Richardson” Steam, 188 Pumping Engine for New South Dock at Cardiff,
  • W. H. Allen and Co., Limited, 564, 565, 566
  • Hinksford, Fawcett, Preston and Co. {Sv-ppleTnentf July 1904), 28, 36, 40
  • Kobe Floating Dock, Messrs, W. H. Allen and Co., 91 Plant, East London Waterworks, 328 High Duty, Chatham Dockyard, Messrs. Hayward, Tyler and Co. [Supplement. mh, 1904), 501
  • Simplon Tunnel, 245
  • RAILWAY, The Albula, 82, 83
  • - Carriage Ventilation, 526
  • - Light, Wakefield and District, 472, 476
  • - and Tramway System on Tyneside, 261, 262, 275, 282, 283
  • Registering Instrument, 68
  • Rivet Furnace, Portable, Mr. Robert Hudson, 453
  • Roaring Rails, Wheel Marks on, 538
  • Roller Bearing, Houldsworth, 44
  • - Oil Engine Road, Messrs. J. G. Allen and Co., 327
  • - Wood Fuel Steam Road, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, 402
  • Rolling Stock on the Leek and Manifold Railway, 387, 394
  • Rolling Steck, Vibration of, 66, 67
  • SAW, Horizontal L?g Band, Ransome and Co., Limited, 398, 399
  • Saw, Multiple Band, Mr. Erskine Muirhead, 366
  • Sewage Disposal Plants, Small, 132, 133
  • Sewage Lifts at Douglas, Adams’, 117
  • Shears, Circular, Hulse and Co., Limited, 322

Ships: Battleships, British:—

  • King Edward VIL, 439
  • Triumph, 522 Foreign:—
  • German, Deutschland, 618, 619
  • Italian, Vittorio Emanuele III., 572
  • Cruisers, Britith:—
  • Black Prince, 368, 369, 470

Shipos: Foreign:—

  • Japanese, Nis&hin and Kassuga, 446 ,
  • Mercantile, Passenger, and Various, British. Cunard Liner Caronia, 59
  • Fisheries Cruiser Canada, 202, 203 Steamer and Accommodation Boat, Bengal Canal, 641
  • Thames Steamers, London County Council, 541. 620
  • Mercantile, Passenger and Various, Foreign: — Danish, Train Ferry Boat, 550 United States Arctic Vessel, Commander Peary’s, 416, 417
  • SPEED Indicator, Milner’s, 551
  • Spring - testing Machine, Pneumatic, Messrs. Reavell and Co., 44
  • Steam Accumulator, Regenerative, Prof. A. Rateau, 4
  • Trap, Water-seal, Industrial Improvements Company, 504
  • Wagon, Bomford and Evershed, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 16
  • Steel, Chrome-Vanadium, Heat Treatment Experiments with, 615
  • Indentation Tests on, Denain Works, 426 Vanadium, A. F. Wiener, 18
  • Stress-testing Machine, Prof. Arnold’s, 227, 308
  • Stresses in Thin Cylinders Subject to Internal Pressure, A. T. Weston, 298
  • Structural Details, Experiments on Srme, 527
  • TELEGRAPH, Rapid, The Pollak-Virag, 596
  • Testing Machine, Prof. Arnold, 227, 308
  • Testing Machine, 300-Ton Universal, Joshua Buckton and Co., Limited, 236, 237, 238
  • Throttle Valves, 559, 560
  • Tool Grinder, Luke and Spencer, Limited, 504 Transporters, Electrically-driven, Messrs. Royce,
  • Limited, 650
  • Trap, Water-seal Steam, 504
  • Tramways, South London Conduit, Brixton and
  • Streatham Branch, 290, 291, 292
  • Truck Barrel, John F. Elsworth, 93
  • Tunnel, Hot Springs and the Simplon, 179, 245, 341, 385, 415, 489, 568, 569
  • Tunnel, Pfianzgarten, Albula Railway, 82, 83
  • Turbine, The Gas, Mr. Neilson on the, 414
  • Steam, The Curtis, 638, 639
  • Mr. Holz war th, 589, 590
  • Parsons-Westinghouse, 639
  • VACUUM Cesspool Exhauster, Merryweather and Co., Limited, 630
  • Valve Gear, Telescopic Steam Engine, Societe Bollinckx, 411
  • The Hoy “Pop ” Safety, 329
  • The “Symbol” Steam, Messrs. Thompson Bros., 329
  • Valves and Valve Gear, 600 Horse-power Cross Compound Engine, The I. and E. Greenwald Company, 615
  • Vats, The Beatson and the Gelsthorpe, for Electrolytic Treatment of Tin Scrap, 6, 6
  • Vibration of Railway Vehicles, 66, 67
  • WAGON, The Pyrodyen Steam, 387, 388
  • Wagons, 40-Ton Hopper, London and
  • Western Railway, Messrs. G. R. Limited, 614, 628
  • Water Pipes, Thirlmere, 580, 581
  • - Softener, Reisert Automatic, Limited, 653
  • - Supply, Birmingham’s New, 77, 78, 87
  • Waterworks, Gainsborough, New Pumping Station, Mr. Percy Griffith, 105
  • Waterworks, Shanghai, 602, 603
  • Winch, Electric Hauling, Chambers, Scott and Co., 297
  • Wood-worker. The Wadkin, 502, 503
  • Works, Clarke-street, Derby, 109, 112

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