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The Engineer 1904 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
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  • ABERFELDY Ropeway, 229, 229, (252)

Accidents, Explosions, Fires:

  • Bridge Destroyed by Wind, A Mississippi, 590
  • Bursting of Reservoir in North Carolina, (471)
  • Colliery Cage Accidents, Preventing, (529)
  • Colliery, Fife Coal Company’s, New Pit, (230)
  • Due to Combustion within Air Compressors, Mr. W. L. Saunders’ Discussion on A. R. Ledoux’s Paper on, 10
  • Eston Steel Works, Explosion of Furnace, (40)
  • Explosion, Acetylene Gas, in Chicago, (646)
  • - Boiler, A Curious Case of Corrosion, 115, 131
  • - Boiler, in Paris, 38, 63, 93
  • - Boiler, A Remarkable, 280, 301
  • - Coal-dust or Fire-damp, (393)
  • - Ebbw Vale Iron and Steel Works, (621)
  • - Home-office Report of Accidents to Workpeople in Mines and Quarries, (401), (406)
  • - Live Rail, Death Caused by Stepping on a, 207
  • - Live Tramway Wire, Fall of a, (199)
  • - Railway Accidents— see Railway
  • - Robinson Deep Cage Disaster, 71, (582)
  • ADHESION of Timber Piles to Concrete, 167
  • Admiralty, Lords Commissioners’ Announcements respecting Changes at Examinations of Engineer Cadets, 120
  • Admiralty, Standing Committee on Machinery Design Appointed by the, (182)
  • Aerial Appliance without Balloon that Accomplishes a Kilometre without Touching Earth : Prize Offered, (621)
  • Aerial Ropeway at Aberfeldy, 228, 229, (252)
  • Aerostation-Scientific, International Congress of, at St. Petersburg, (299)
  • Agricultural Implements from Chicago, Increased Output, (61)
  • - in Corunna, Demand for, (182)
  • - German, for Siberia, (621)
  • - and Machinery in Yeniseisk, Demand for, (423)
  • - Machinery in South Russia, Demand for, (445)
  • - Tractor, Petrol, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, 42
  • Air Compressor, The, R. H. Collingham, No. 3, 26 (for Nos. 1 and 2 sec 558, 627, Vol. XCVII. of THE ENGINEER) Compressors, Causes of Explosion in, 481 Ejectors, 532, 551
  • - Experiments of Canovetti at Zossen, (345)
  • - Liquid, Commercial Possibilities of, 612
  • - Pumps, 252, 280, 375, 427, 479
  • Airship, Captain T. S. Baldwin’s, (445), (498)
  • Airship, The Lebaudy, (498)
  • Alcohol, America and Industrial, 64
  • - as Competitor of Electricity in Brazil, (419)
  • - Duty-free, 525 Industrial, 633 for Industrial Purposes, Duty-free, (252) for Manufacturing and Scientific Purposes, Use of, (310)
  • - Untaxed, for Manufacturing and Other Purposes, (134)
  • Alkali Acts, The, 102
  • Alloys, Aluminium, Electric Conductivity of Certain, 249
  • - Copper-Aluminium, Effect of London Atmosphere on Conductivity of, (299) Iron and Its, 248
  • - Magnetic, their Production from Non-Magnetic Metals, (445)
  • - of Manganese, Copper and Aluminium, The Hensler, 248
  • Almanacs, Diaries, &c., 582, 632, 654 Alum, Raw, Exported to France from CIvita Vecchia, (134)
  • Aluminium and Its Alloys, Manufacture and Cost of. Professor T. Turner on, 456
  • Aluminium, Davy’s Attempts to Prepare, (646)
  • Amalgam for Stopping Holes, (85) Amalgamation, Important, (491)
  • American and Industrial Alcohol, 64
  • Ankylostomiasis, Dr. Charles Porter’s Lectures on, (217)
  • Antarctic Exploration, 575
  • Anti-dust League, Paris, (35)

Appointments and Resignations Appointments:

  • Ball, Mr. S., (507)
  • Bryan, Mr. W. B., (11)
  • Carmichael, Mr. G. H., (607)
  • Coker, Mr. E. G., (452)
  • Dalby, Mr. W. E., (157)
  • Garstin, Sir Wm., (471)
  • Golding, Mr. H. A., (393)
  • Grindley, Dr. J. H., (451)
  • Hall, Mr. Geo., Master Cutler, (355)
  • Hurst, Mr. John, (393)
  • Kapp, Professor, (654)
  • Last, Mr. W. L., (230)
  • Marsh, Mr., (498)
  • Osler, Mr. Wm., (370)
  • Outhwaite, Mr. Harry, (21)
  • Owen, Mr. W. H., (535)
  • Palmer, Mr. C. S. R. (253)
  • Salter, Mr. E. E., (253)
  • Sandhurst, Rt. Hon. Lord, (445)
  • Shaw, Mr, J. B., (299)
  • Smith, Mr. Allison, (529)
  • Wailes, Mr. W. C., (286)
  • Watts, Mr. Philip, (646)
  • Windsor-Richards, Mr. F., (286)

Resignations:

  • Barry, Sir J. W., (498)
  • Beckwith, Mr. J, C., (73)
  • Blair, Mr. A. G., (393)
  • Burdon-Sanderson, Sir John Scott, (370)
  • Crow, Mr. W. H., (73)
  • Drury, Mr. H, G. (597)
  • Ellis, Mr. J. D., (21)
  • Hartley, Sir Chas,, (498)
  • Proctor, Mr. B. G., (597)
  • Unwin, Prof., (157)
  • Wakelam, Mr, S., (314)
  • Williams, Mr. C., (73)
  • APPRENTICE Club Formed at Stretford, (134)

Armour Plates:

  • Admiralty Orders Placed in Sheffield, (143), (355). (655)
  • ARMSTRONG, Whitworth and Co., Sir W. G., Acquire an Interest in the Firm of Ansaldo and Co., Genoa, (310)
  • Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Sir W. G., Gift to Funds of College of Science at Newcastle, (117), (122)
  • Asbestos Output, Quebec, (253) Asbestos Production, United States, (276) Ashmore, Mr. Wm., 593
  • Asphalt in the Caucasus, Immense Beds Discovered, (419)
  • Asphalt Mending, Chicago, Machine for, (35) Asphaltum for Protecting Iron Pipes, Use of, (230)

Association, Automobile Protection:

  • Monthly Meeting, Financial Report, (349), (452)

Association, British Dairy Farmers’ :

  • Dairy Show, 1904, 349 ;

Association, British Foundrymen’s :

  • First Annual Convention to be Held at Manchester, (108). (138) I

Association, British, of Managers of Textile Works:

  • Gas, Oil, and Steam for Power, Mr. M. Long- ridge, 377

Association, British Weights and Measures:

  • Formation of, and its Purposes, (218)

Association of Gas Managers, North British :

  • Address by Mr. Robertson, the President, Containing Reference to the Ideal Gas Retort, (137)

Association, Geologists’:

  • Conversazione, (406)

Association of Engineers, The Leeds : Anniversary Dinner, Thirty-ninth, (606) Opening of the Winter Session, Mr. G. B.

  • Goldsack’s Address, (374)
  • Boilers, Water-tube, Recent Improvements in, Mr. J. C. Jefferson, 456
  • Steam Stop Valves and Gauges, Mr. A. H. Hopkinson on, (556)

Association of Engineers, Manchester:

  • Economic Value of Cast Iron, Mr. W. H. Pretty, 605,(646)
  • Engine Shaft Bearings, Adjustments and Alloys of, Mr. W. Turner, 649
  • Open Meeting, (378)
  • Riveted Joints, Mr. C. J. Seaman, 508
  • Temperature Entropy Diagrams, Mr, G. J. Wells, (432)
  • Visit to the British Thomson-Houston Works, 121
  • Visit to the Stuart-street Electrical Power Generating Station, Manchester, (378)
  • Presentation of “ Constantine Gold Medal to Mr. W. E. Storey, Annual Conversazione, (355), (378)

Association of Engineers, South African :

  • South African Minins: and the D. Gilmour, 322, 353

Association, Incorporated Electrical:

  • Annual Meeting, (46)

Association of Mechanical Birmingham:

  • Engineering Works Policy and petition, Mr, W. Bardill, (483)
  • Opening Meeting, (350)
  • Visit to Works of Thos, Firth and Sons, Sheffield, (96)
  • Wheel Gearing, Mr. W. H. Thornbery, (418), 645

Association, National Founders’:

  • Announcement made at the Cincinnati Meeting, (579)

Association of Railway Locomotive Engineers of Great Britain and Ireland:

  • President, Mr, Jas, Holden, (570)

Association of Teachers in Technical Institutes:

  • Large Representative Meeting, (470)

Association, Tramways and Light Railways:

  • Meetings and Papers to be Read at, (4C6) Permanent Way for Tramways, Mr. Connett, 575
  • Programme of the Vienna Congress, (258)
  • Speed Allowances on Tramways and Light Railways, Mr. A, R. Fearnley on, 452
  • Tramway Car Wheels and Rails, Cost and Maintenance of, Mr. A. N. Banister, (452)
  • Ticket Cheeking, Systems of, Mr. F. Courts, (452), (470)
  • Regenerative Control Systems, Mr. A, Raworth, (462), (470)

Association of Waterworks Engineers, British:

  • Ninth Winter Meeting, Programme, 551

Association of the Witwatersrand Mechanical Engineers:

  • Tailings Elevators, Messrs, W, H. Wood and E. J. Laschinger, 430
  • AUSTRALIAN Hardwoods, Ravages of Ship
  • Worms on, 418
  • Automatic Alarm, Danish Invention, (471) Axiom System of Lubrication, The, 162
  • BACON, Mr. J. Mackenzie, 650
  • Bailey, Mr. Benjamin, 187
  • Baldwin Airship, (445), (498)
  • Ball Bearings, 14, 43, 93
  • Barrel Truck, 93
  • Batchelor Pneumatic Despatch System, The, 166
  • Batey, Mr. W. J. S., (423)
  • Bearings, Ball, 14, 43, 93
  • Bearings, Roller, 44, (96)
  • Bedlington, Mr. Richard, 303
  • Belgian Engineers, Visit of, (227)
  • Belk, Mr. Charles, 549
  • Bell, Sir Lowthian, 626, (634), (655)
  • Bell, Sir Lowthian, His Gift to the Armstrong College, (21)
  • Belt Speed Recommended by Mr. Taylor, (85)
  • Belts, Care and Usage of, 92
  • Ben Nevis Observatory to be Closed, (323), 579
  • Bicycle Trade of Japan, (471), 579
  • Bicycles, Sale of, in Chicago, (61)
  • Billinton, Mr. Robert John, his Successor, 478, (498)

Bills

  • Anderton Lift, (546)
  • Hall-marking of Foreign Plate, Royal Assent to, (121), (217)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway (Steam Vessels), (35) •
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Uropposed, (157)
  • Port of London, 514
  • Private, and the Board of Trade, 480
  • Private, Deposited for Next Session, (546) Railway, (74), (646)
  • Thames Conservancy, (597)
  • Harbour, Construction of Dam, (646) Passenger Steamboat Service, (60)
  • BIRMINGHAM’S City Debt, (20)
  • Birmingham Tame and Rea Drainage Works, (483)
  • Birmingham University, Chair of Electrical Engineering Established, (603)
  • Blast Furnace Reactions, 397
  • Blasting by Steam, S, and A. Rogers, U.S.A., (227)
  • Blue-printing Machine, Au Automatic, Mr. L. Shaw, 451

Boilers:

  • Babcock and Wilcox, H.M. Cruiser Black Prince, 644
  • Circulation in, Donald H. Lea, 156, 235 ; I. D., 187
  • Corrosion, Curious Case of, 115, 131 Coverings, 131, 156
  • Durr at St. Louis Exhibition, 104
  • Energy, Steam, 13
  • Explosions—see Accidents, Explosions, Fires Failure, A Mysterious, 280, 301
  • Feeder, A Series, 305 Feed-water Heating, 184, 213
  • Inspection, Messrs. Jesse Tildesly and Co., Fined for Omitting, (697)
  • “ Live Steam ” Feed-water Heating, 184 Navy, 159, 185, (370)
  • Niclausse and the Queensferry Works, 7, 8, 9, (651)
  • Niclausse at the St. Louis Exhibition, 103 Report of the Committee on, 137 Tubes, Corrugated, (64)
  • Water Circulation in, H. Coke Powel, 110
  • Water, Treatment of, American Softening Plants, (239)
  • Water-tube, Mr. A. Bement on Priming and Baffle Plates, 547
  • on the Counter-current System, (230)
  • Discharge of Water with Steam from: Cause and Remedies, Mr. E, Bement on, 604, 630 The Hardie-Thompson, 374 Mr. J. C. Jefferson on Recent
  • Improvements in, (456)
  • Works, Niclausse, Queensferry, 7, 8, 9 Water-tube, and Reducing Valves, Letters on, 252, 280, 307, 331, 352
  • BORING Mill, 30in. Double, Webster and Bennett, 320, 321
  • Borsig, Aug., Hundredth Anniversary of his Birth, (230)
  • Bower, Mr. James, 19 Boys What to do with our, (646)
  • Bradford Technical Collego, Apprenticeship Courses, (597)
  • Brake, Prony, Employed in Hydraulic Laboratory, University of California, (85)
  • Bricks from Destructor Clinker, Manufacture of, 214, (235)
  • Bricks, Sand Lime, (521)

Bridges, Railway and other, and Viaducts:

  • Burma Railway, (498)
  • Cape Breton and Canada, 444
  • Ceylon, with Spans of 150ft,, (621)
  • Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Company, Work in Hand, (98), (230), (555), (634)
  • Corea, (323)
  • Design in Relation to the Durability of, 269
  • Ferro-concrete, at Purfleet, 428
  • General Design and Erection of, Mr. J, Husband on, (582)
  • Hedjaz Railway, Tenders Invited for Five Large Metal, (35)
  • Indus, Permanent, over the, Allotment Sanctioned by the Government of India, (11)
  • Kemey’s Chain Bridge to be Replaced by a Steel Suspension, (546)
  • Knowlmere Manor Concrete, Mr. J. G. Mouchel, 178
  • Llanfair Caereinion, Erection of a New, (621)
  • London, Tilbury, and Southend Railway, Bridge Renewing, (64)
  • Manchester, Water-street, Demolition of, (230)
  • Manhattan, (345)
  • Mississippi, Destruction of a, by Wind, by Mr. C. A. P, Turner, .590
  • Mayenoe, Railway Bridge near, 468, 469
  • Neckar, Concrete, 650
  • Newport, Transporter, 506
  • New York Avenue, Railway, (498)
  • New York, 374
  • North British Railway, Peebles Branch, New
  • Steel Girder, (230)
  • North-Eastern Railway Company, Across the River Wear, (21); Across the River Tyne, (555)
  • Paddington Canal, Projected Improvements,
  • Plate Web Girders, 257 ; and Letters on, 306, 331, 352, 375. 401
  • Planen, Stone Viaduct, (323)
  • Ranewing a Railway, Messrs. Head, Wrightson and Co., Limited, 64
  • Rye Swing, Reconstruction cf, Mr. P. C.
  • Tempest, 58, 62, 128, 129
  • Soissons, Armoured Concrete Skew, M. Hanne- bique, 342, 343
  • Stoke Canon, 494
  • Swale, Railway Bridge over the River, 470 Sydney Harbour, 153, 154, 155
  • Thusis, over the Rhine at, 511, 512, 513, 519 Tyne, High Level, (634)
  • United States America, Light Suspension, 226 United Statss, North Plate River, Wyoming, (646)
  • Victoria Falls, Zimbesi River, (98), (230), (555) Vauxhall, 436, 437, (571)
  • Walney Island, (11)
  • Washington, Across the Potomac, (337)
  • Wear, (21), 233
  • Worcestershire, Great Westarn and Midland Railway Companies, Appeal to the County Council, (97)
  • Zimbesi, Victoria Falls, (98), (230), (634)

British Association for the Advancement of Science:

  • Presidential Address of Mr, Balfour, 185, 1S9
  • CHEMICAL SECTION—
  • Energy of Water and Steam at High Temperatures, Professor C. Dieteiici, 212
  • Low Temperature Phenomena, New, Sir Jas. Dewar, (218)
  • Relation between the Crystalline and Amor- phocs States as Disclosed by Surface Plow of Solids, Mr. G. Beilby, 210
  • ENGINEERING SECTION—
  • Programme of Papers, Address of the Hon. C, A. Parsons, 215
  • Alternating Current Motor?, Mr. W. Cramp, (249)
  • Barrage of the Thames, Propssed, Mr, J. Casey, 219
  • Distribution of Magnetic Induction in Multipolar Armatures, Dr. W. M. Thornton, 222
  • Effects of Receiver Drop in a Compound Engine, Mr. J. W. Hayward, 215
  • Electrical Conductivity of Certain Alumicium Alloys as Effected by Exposure, Professor E. Wilson, 219
  • Electric Temperature Alarm, Mr. Il, Darwin, (249)
  • Electricity on the North-Eistern Railway and on Tyneside, Use of, Charles H. Merz and W. MacLellan, (221). 260
  • Electricity from Water Power, Mr. A. A. Campbell Swinton, 221
  • Energy Losses in Magnetising Iron, Messrs, Mordey and Hansard, 221
  • Exhaust Gas Calorimetry, Professor B. Hopkin- son on, 211
  • Flame Temperatures in Internal Combustion Motors, Mr. Dogald Clerk on, 210, (326)
  • Fracture of Structural Steel under Alternating Stresses, John Oliver Arnold, (.*<^c also Leaders 255, 277), 227, 218
  • Heusler Alloys of Manganesp, Copper, and Aluminium, Mr. R. A. Hadfield, on the New. 248
  • Hopkinson Test as applied to Induction Motors, Messrs Sumpner and Weekes, 221
  • lodicator Tests of a Small Petrol Motor, Prof. H. L. Callender, (218)
  • Investigations upon the Ten Candle-power Harcourt Pentane Lamp, Mr, Clifford C. Paterson, 222
  • Iron and its Alloys, Low Temperature Research on the Mechanical Properties of, Mr. Hadfield and Professor Dowar, 218
  • Tjirge Bnlb Eleciric Incandescent Lamps as Secondary Standards of Light, Professor J. A. Fleming, 222
  • Lightning Effects, Mr. Kdlingworth Hedges, (249)
  • Mersey Tidal Regime Committee, Mr. Shool- bred’s Report of, (248)
  • Motor Cars, Side-slip in, Messrs. H. Durwin aud V. C. Barton, 218
  • Nile, Control of the, Maj-irSir HanburyBrown, 218
  • Specific Heats ofGases at High Temperatures, Professor Dixon on the, 211
  • Testing Machine, Universal, Mr. J. H. Wicksteed, 236, 237, 248
  • GEOLOGICAL SECTION—
  • Professor Aubrey Strahan on Earth Movements, 209
  • Ripple Marks and Sand Dunes, Prcf^scor Geo. Darwin, 212
  • Sand Ripples, Oiigin of, Mrs. Ayrton of, 210
  • MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS SECTION—
  • Professor Horace Lamb’s Address, 209 Physical Laboratory, National, Dr. Glazebrook’s Report on its Work, 248
  • Reform of the Association, 256
  • BRITISH Consul. In Defence of the, 103
  • Goods Made in Germany, 43
  • Brass for the Admiralty, Mr. Pretyman’s Reply to Mr. M. W. Ridley, (111)
  • Brooks, Mr. J. F., IBs Research Work at the Leicester Engineering Laboratories, (656)
  • Brown and Co., John, Atlas Steel and Ironworks, Annual Meeting of Shareholders, (21)
  • Budget, South African, (216)
  • Burner, Lucal Oil Fuel, 330
  • Burrell, Mr. R. G., (279)
  • CABLEWAY Across River at Victoria Falls, (230)
  • Calcium Carbide in the Electric Furnace, Manufacture of. (253), (471)
  • Canada and Dumping, 38

Canals:

  • Basingstoke, Sale by Auction, (205), (253), (445)
  • Bengal, 640
  • Briare to Nantes, Projected, (35)
  • Commission of the Prussian Diet, Bills Passed by,(498)
  • Danube-Oder to the Weichsel and to the Middle Elbe, (205)
  • Dortmund-Ems, Re-instatement of Navigation, (323), (498)
  • Dortmund-Rhine, (498)
  • Erie, Electric Towing Systems Suitable for, (345)
  • Florida, Project for Building a Ship Canal across, (35)
  • Germany, Projected, (498)
  • Ivory Coast, Surveys and Estimates for Cutting. (621)
  • Legislation connected with the Control cf,(445)
  • Manchester Ship, Accounts for Half-year, (134); October Traffic, (521) ; November Traffic, (639)
  • Bill, Unopposed, its Object, (157)
  • Breach in, (35)
  • Moldau-DanubSj (205)
  • New York State, Contrac’s for Canal Across, Soon to be Advertised, (345)
  • Niagara, Another Canal at, 185
  • Nicaragua, No Prospect of the Construction of, (230)
  • Niemen and Vistula, (205)
  • North Sea and Baltic, Joly, August and October Traffic, (276), (345) (597)
  • Panama, 348, (370), (651)
  • Petersburg, Dredgers at Work Dsepening the
  • Maritime Canal, and Cost of the Work, (393), (419)
  • ( Saulte Ste. Marie Ship, Experiments with Concrete Superstructure for Piers, (498)
  • Scheme for Placing Canals and Inland Navigations under Control of One Authority, (471) Suez, A New, (621)
  • Suez, Traffic, 1903, (157); 1904, August and October, (299) (59/)
  • Traffic, Mansion Horse Association on Railway and, (445)
  • Vi3nna-TrKs’:e, (205)
  • CARBORUNDUM, Acheson Works, (276) Carburetters, J. S. V. Bickford, 95
  • Carlisle Agreement, The Alleged Infraction of the Fourth Clause, (217)
  • Carol Rop’S Rival Manila, (230)
  • Carr, Mr. Mark William, (137)
  • Case Hardening, (321)
  • Cassiterite in South Africa, Discovery of, (216) Casting from the Blast Furnace, Direct, 5 Castings, Largo, 454

Catalogues:

  • 75, 99, 145, 171, 193, 219, 241, 265, 335, 357, 381, 407, 427, 508, 534, 5.56, 582, 632, 654
  • CEMENT Consumption in the United States, 1850, 1902, (546)
  • Imports, United States, (471) Manufacture of, Mr. R. W. Lesley on, 537
  • Kiln, Rotary, A Commercial Success in the United States, (646)
  • Portland, Amended Definition of the Term, (471)
  • Portland, United States Production, (646)
  • Production, United States, (253) Sampler, 162
  • Sewer, Chicago, (61)
  • Centenarian Railway, Advertisement, A, 479 Chain-testing Machine, 100-Ton, Messrs. Sam. Denison and Son, 84
  • Chimney Stacks, Concrete, in Cincinnati, (157) 230ffc. Steel, Mexico, (253) Struck by Lightning, (157)
  • Civil List of New York City, (571)
  • Clarke-street Works, Derby, 108, 109, 112, (144)
  • Cleaning and Raising the Pile of Carpets, &c.. Patent for, (85)
  • Clinker Brick-making Plant, Plumstead, 214, (235)
  • Clyde Navigation Trust, Annual Revenue, (61)

Coal:

  • Anthracita Mines, Pennsylvania, (61) Barcelona, 1903, Total Quantity Imported into,
  • Bituminous, Production in United States, 1903, (205)
  • Bordeaux, 1903, Total Quantity Imported into, (134)
  • Boring for, at Point of Ayre, Abandoned for the Salt Industry, (471)
  • Brazil, Absence of, (419)
  • British, Exported, 1903, (11), (157)
  • British, Exported to Jerusalem, (111) Claverley, Shropshire, Experimental Sinkings, (332)
  • Consumption of the Moulineaux Power Station in Paris, (323)
  • Contracts, Railway, 579, 649
  • Conveying Plant at the Manchester Power Station, 346, 354
  • Cost of British, to Russia, Czar Orders it to be Replaced if Possible by Russian, (370)
  • Cutting Machinery, Increasing Use of, (393) Depot, The Largest Floating, (II)
  • Dinnington Main Colliery Company’s Sinking Operations, (276) ®
  • Dust or Fire-damp Explosions, (393)
  • French Collieries’ Output, (393)
  • Great Britain, Export, September, 1904, (893) Great Britain, Total Output, 1903, (11) (157)
  • Hoisting Tower, Boston, Wrecked by' Wind, (393)
  • Indian Exports of, from the United Kingdom, (32€)
  • Locomotive Consumption, United Kingdom, (276)
  • Mines, Nationalisation of German, 184 Mining in New South Wales, (276)
  • Mining in Pennsylvania, (134)
  • New South Wales 1902-1903 Production, (157) Output from Collieries in India and Burma, 1903, (323)
  • Peru, Large Area of, in, (498), (546)
  • Piers, at Milwaukee, Wis., (253) Prussia, Pits in Operation ia, (276) Prussia, Half-year’s Production, (419) Screening Plant for Mirfield Colliery, 181 Screening Plant, Thryburgh Colliery, Kilnhurst, Graham, Morton and Co., Limited, 552
  • Storage and Handling Plant, New York Navy Yard, Steel, (230), 239 ; Precautions against Spontaneous Combustion Used in Construction of, (230)
  • Submerged, Experiments at Portsmouth with, (471)
  • Testing Plant, St. Louis Exhibition, (445) Thick Seam Discovered Under the Bloomfield Ironworks, Tipton, (521)
  • Total Quantity Brought by Railway, Canal, and Ssa within Radius of 15 Miles of Charing Cross, (253)
  • Trade of Algiers and Gibraltar, (134) Transporter, Rouen, (182)
  • Warley and Hales Owen, New Seams Discovered, (8.5), (97)
  • Welsh, (217), 257, 325
  • Welsh Steam, Sir Lees Knowles’Announcement in Regard to the Exports of, to Russia and Japan, (217)
  • Yorkshire, 227
  • COAST Erosion, (370) (393), 503
  • Colliery Cage Accidents, Preventing, 529
  • Combustion within Air Compressors, Accidents Due to, 10
  • Commercial Possibilities of Liquid Air, 612
  • Compass, Mr, Heit’s Patent, (205)
  • Compressed Air-pawer Transmission, (47)
  • Compressed Air in Quarry Work, 232
  • Compressibility, Determining, Messrs, T. W. Richards’ and W. N. Stoll’s New Method for, (35)
  • Compression Tests, 235
  • Compressor, The Air—Air Compressor Conciliation and the Moulder, 574
  • Concrete Beams, Flexure of Reinforced, 295 Efflorescence of, (252) Piers, Hot, (646)
  • Pile Contract, The Largest Ever Awarded, (370)
  • and Reinforced Concrete, Papers on, 537
  • Steel used for Reservoirs in United States, (646)
  • Stone, Brick, in America, War between, (498)
  • Superstructure for Canal Piers, (498) Congress of Mining and Metallurgy at Liege, (276)
  • Contractor’s Legal Obligations, A, 173, 195

Contpacts:

  • 20, 74, 98, 120, 133, 170, 281, 310, 334, 345, 370, 503, 556, 582, 634, 656
  • COOKE, Mr. R. T., 187

Copper:

  • Aluminium Alloys, Effect
  • sphere on the Conductivity of, (299) Deposits near the Baikal-Rmg Railway, (424) Japanese, Silver and Gold Contained in, (299) Leader on, 348
  • New South Wales Production, 1902, 1903, (157) Pipes, Corrosion of, How to Prevent, (621) Queensland, in the Great Mount Morgan Gold Mine, (521)
  • Rscalescent Alloys of Antimony and, (571)
  • Sulphate Treatment for Water Supply, 34, (471)
  • CORROSION, Curious Case of, 115, 131
  • Cotton, American, Received at Manchester, (597) Raisingin Cuba, (621)
  • Industry at Linchingchou, Scheme for Encouraging the, (445)
  • to Manchester, Importation of Raw, (546) Mill at Heywood, New, (621) Paraguayan, (134)
  • Crane, Coal-handling, United States, (297) Electric, for South Africa, (646) 50 ? Ton Electric, Stothert and Pitt, Limited, 161
  • Excavator, 5-Ton Steam, 116 Navvy, Steam, Ruston Procter and Co., 295, 296
  • Cranes, Relative Economy of Hydraulic and Electric Mechanism for Dock, (276)
  • Crane, 30-Tons Steam Travelling, Messrs. Cowans, Sheldon and Co., Limited, 279
  • Crookes, Mr. Chas,, (331)
  • Crookes Tubes, Regulation of the Vacuum in. (646) '
  • Croton Dam, The, 209
  • Cuba, Cotton Raising, and Machinery Trade in. (621) ’
  • Customs Duties in Russia, 1903. Revenue from (182)
  • Customs Duties of United States Tariff to ba Extended to the Panama Canal Zone, (182)
  • Cycles Imported into Switz jrland, (646)
  • Cycles, Drop in the Prices of. Advice to Purchasers, (205)
  • Cycles in Use in France, Report concerning Number of, (299)
  • DAIRY Show, 1904, 349
  • Dalmatia, Development of, 478
  • Dam, Croton, 209
  • Dam, A Lag, on the Clackamas River, (521)
  • Davies, Mr. E. J. Mines, 19
  • Deafness Desirable in a Storekeeper, (373)
  • Death-rate of the City of London, Fail since 1899. (370)
  • Defence of the British Consul, In, 103
  • Derrick Formed of Two Sticks of Oregon Pine, Stone Columns weighing 90 Tons, (61)
  • Dewar, Sir James, The Gunning Victoria Jubilee Prize Awarded to, (546)
  • Diamond Mine, The Premier (Transvaal), by Stafford Ransome, 588
  • Dielectric Solids, V. Cremieu and L. Malcles on Researches on, (546)
  • Direct Casting from the Blast Purnace, 5

Docks

  • Aberdeen, Proposed New, (205)
  • Bordeaux, Floating, (205)
  • Birkenhead, Improvements Projected, (544)
  • Cardiff, Pumping Plant for the New South, W. H. Allen, Son, and Co., Limited, 564, 565, (606)
  • Elderslie Graving, Power Gas Plant for, 150, 151
  • Grimsby, Projected Improvements, (205)
  • Hebburn-on-Tyne Graving, Messrs. R. Stephenson and Co.’s, (191), 390
  • King Edward’s, Gibraltar, Water let into, (61)
  • Kobe Floating, Pumping Plant for, W. II. Allen, Son and Co., 91
  • Leith Harbour, New Imperial, (471)
  • Liverpool, 420, 492
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour, Tonnage Inwards and Outwards for 1902, 1903, (35); Retirement of Mr. B. G. Proctor, (597); Projected Improvement afid Development, (157), 420, 428, (544); Deepening, (621)
  • North - Eastern Railway Company’s Dock, Middlesbrough, (98), (111)
  • Pembroke, Torpedo Depot Projected at, (218) Swansea, New, (98), 109
  • Workington, Purchase of Harbour and Dock by Messrs. Cammell, Laird and Co., (546)

Dockyard Notes:

  • Admiral Class out of Commission, All the, 15 Admiral Fisher’s View that British Squadrons should all be Armoured, 501
  • Ansaldo Bros.’ Yard, Turned into Limited Liability Company, 280
  • Apollo Class to be Distributed as Drill Ships, 601
  • Ardent, Fato of the Destroyer, 391 Arrogant, Re-armament of, 96
  • Austrian River Monitors, Temes and Bedrog, 225
  • Battleships, King Edward VII., Dry Dock at Gibraltar, 475
  • De.ks Damaged at her Gun Trials, 549
  • Gun Trials, 475
  • Iler Portsmouth Trips, 349, 391 ; Submerged Tubes for, 601
  • Lord Nelson and Lord Mayor, The New, 115
  • Swiftsure, 115, 652 Triumph, 115, 453, 652
  • Belleville Motor Cars, 625
  • Boiler, New Type of, 15 Boiler Removed from the Hermes, Use of, 15
  • Black Prince, Launch of, 247, 391
  • Boiler Committee Experiments, Coal Consumption of Babcock and Belleville and Yarrow Boilers, 57, 96
  • Boxer, Fate of the Destroyer, 391
  • British v, Japanese Embarkation of Soldiers, 247
  • British Squadrons should all be Armoured, 501 C?C3ar, Firing of the, 332; Flagship of the Channel— ex Home Fleet, 652
  • Capped Shot, its Introduction into the Navy lags, 453
  • Chamois, Raising of the Destroyer Abandoned, 391
  • Channel Fleet, Notes from the, 652
  • Coal to Russia and Japan, Supply of, 549
  • Coaling at Sea, Experiments with the Metcalfe Invention, (471), 475
  • Coaling at Sea, Experiments with the Moissenet Apparatus, 453; of the Royal Sovereign, 652
  • Cressy, Speed Attained in her Eight-hours Sea Trial, 375, 391
  • Cruisers Condemned, 549
  • Cumberland to join the Cruiser Squadron, 652
  • Defence, 625
  • Names of the Four New, 185
  • of the Mediterranean Fleet and Neglected Defects, 391
  • of the Minotaur Class to be Built without Rams, 532 ; to be Named Defence and Shannon, (625)
  • Dimensions and Design of, 247 Terrible Refitted, has Run Satisfactory Trials and is to Leave for China, 15^
  • Terrible, New Propellers for, 549 ; Speed from Wei-hai-Wei, 549
  • Theseus to Pay-off at Devonnort, 501 Destroyers Eden and Derwent, Competitive Trials of, 349
  • Exe Class, The New, 15 of the Mediterranean Fleet and Neglected Defects, 391
  • Dragon, Fate of the Destroyer, 391 Dutch Torpedo Boats, Trial Results, 453 “Feverish Activity in the Dockyards,” no Actual Existence, 453
  • Formidable, Commission for the Mediterranean, 349 ’
  • French Battleship Carnot, Bilge Keels Fitted to, 625
  • Budget for 1905, 625
  • Cruiser Dupetit Thouars, Record of 1*21 lb. per Indicated Horsepower Secured in Consumption Trials, 625
  • Edgar Quinet, The New, to have Six Funnels, 280. 375, 652
  • Leon Gambetta, Trial of, 280 Renan to have Six Funnels, 375, 652
  • Gambatta, Trials of, 225 Monitor Furieux, 225
  • Navy List, Ships Removed from, 453 Submarine X Launched, 625 Torpedo Gunboat Condor, Successfu Trials Completed, 625
  • Funnel Hits in Warships, 532 Gasoline, What it is, 96
  • German Battleship “P,” 115
  • Naming of the New, 549 N Class to have Sin. of Krupp Armour and no Cylindrical Boilers, 247
  • “P” Laid Down, 453
  • Brandenburg Class, Reconstruction of the Weissembourg, Kurfurst, Eriedrich Wilhelm, and the Woerth, 115
  • Cruiser Boon, New System of Armouring, 115
  • Kaiser, Deutschland, and Koaig Wilhelm Eliminated, 115
  • Gibraltar, The, Eeplaces the Iris, 601
  • Hannibal, her Last Prize Firing, 601
  • Hogue, Commission for the China Station, 349, 391
  • Home Fleet, The, 453
  • Iris, Put Out of Commission as a Training Ship. 601
  • Italian Battleship Kegina Margherita, 115
  • Italian, Vittorio Emanuele, 652
  • Japanese Battleship Hei Yen, her Previous History and Final Fate, 375 Battleship Yoshima, 475, (652) Cruiser Otawa, 652
  • Cruiser Yayeyama, 652
  • Kiel, New Torpedo Harbour at, 115
  • Klado, Captain, 453
  • Lord Nelson Class, Latest Rumour about the, 225 ; Tonnage of the, 185
  • Losses of Destroyers and Torpedo Boats, 247
  • Medea, Trip to Malta to Test her Yarrow Boilers, 15
  • Mediterranean Fleet, The Reconstructed, 601
  • Monmouth, Trip from Gibraltar to Plymouth, 96
  • Motor Cars, Naval Officers to be Allowed 6L a Mile, Using their Own, 625
  • Old Ships, Use of, 15
  • Pathfinder, Launch of the Scout, 96
  • Petrol Motors, War Material Firms Specialisicg in,625
  • Portugal “ Going to” Increase her Navy, 532 Powerful, New Propellers for the, 549
  • Prince of Wales, Eighteen Months’ Cruise, 475
  • Propellers for the Powerful and Terrible, New, 549
  • Names Suggested for the Second Battleship of the Lord Nelson Class, 15
  • Naval Battles in the Far East, The, 185 Manceuvres, The, 15, 57, 96 Signal Station at Portsmouth, New, 96
  • New Zealand, Record-making at Portsmouth with the, 332
  • Northampton, The, 575
  • Reorganisation Schemes for our Cruisers, 649 Royal Sovereign, Coaling of the, 652
  • Russia, Destroyers Ordered by, 532
  • Russian Fleet, Our Crews’ Impression of, 501
  • Fleet at Port Arthur, Mystery of the Sunken, 625
  • Novik, Fate of the, 332 Rurik, Sinking of the, 247
  • Ships, Captain Klado Demands a “Third Squadron,” 601
  • Ships use Zinc to Patch Holes, 501
  • St. George Replaces the Northampton as Training Ship, 675
  • St. Petersburg, New Model Yard to be Built at, 501
  • Ships that are to go to the Scrap Heap or Harbour Service, 532
  • Stern Submerged Tubes for the King Edward VII,, and her Sisters, 601
  • Stoking Indicators and Mechanical Arrangements : The Drake has None, 453
  • Submarine Al to be Re-fitted, 96
  • Submarines, Cross-Channel Passage from Dover Prevented by Weather, 475
  • Lying at Minneapolis believed to be for Japan, 453
  • for the United States, Sum to be Spent on, 453
  • Wolseley Engines to be Fitted to the New, 625
  • Swedish Battleship Aground, 247
  • Swedish Submarine Hayem, 115
  • Torpedo, Triumph of the, 15
  • Torpedoes, Booming and Underestimation of, 247
  • Training Squadron, The New, 601
  • Turbines, Competitive Tests between the Curtis and Parsons, 453
  • United States Battleship New Hampshire, The New, 115
  • Cruiser Colorado, 115, 575 Cruisers, North Carolina and Michigan, The New, 115
  • Cruiser Pennsylvania, Speed Trials, 625
  • Col. Cuniberti’s Ideal Battleship, The Building of. Seriously Considered, 185
  • Scouts, Birmingham, Chester, and Salem, The New, 115 Warships to bo Sold Off Next Spring, 601 Yamada, Capt,, 247
  • DORMAN, Long and Co,, Limited, Report for 1904, (507)
  • Dover Colliery, 175, 199
  • Drainage, Gosport and Alverstoke Main, 156
  • Drainage Scheme for Spezia, Premium to the
  • Competitor Presenting the Best, (299) Drawings, Rights of Property in, 601 Dredger for Natal Harbour Works, Official Trials of, (157)
  • Drills, Twist. (571)
  • Drown, Dr. T. M., 549
  • Dry Air in the Blast Furnace, 532, 629 ; M. Herin le Chatelier on the Use of, (621)
  • Durand, Sir Mortimer, on the St. Louis Exhibition, 625
  • Dusseldorf, Congress of German Architects and Engineers, (205)
  • Dust Collector, New, 117
  • Dust-laying Experiments in Kensington, (521)
  • Dust League, Anti-, in Paris, (35)
  • EARTH Movements, Prof. Aubrey Strahan on, 209
  • East Coast, Erosion of the, (370), (393), 503
  • Education of the Mining Engineer, £0, 9t
  • Egypt Exploration Fund, Excavations of the, . (471)
  • Eiffel Tower to be Used for Studies Connected with the Problem of Flight, (597)
  • Eiffel Tower, Acetylene Phare, (11)

Electric:

  • Accumulator Batteries, Unsatisfactory Reports Regarding the Working of, Trscsable to the Use of Acid of Improper Quality, (11)
  • Adviser to the Government of India, Appointment of, (597)
  • Alternator, Curtis Turbo, 639
  • Alternator, High Frequency, Mr. W. Duddell, 631
  • American Patent for Converting the Energy of Fuel Directly into Electric Energy, (393)
  • Automobilism, Costs of, R. H. Smith on, 314 Boston, Electric Scheme Recommended by the Paving and Lighting Committee of, (182)
  • British Westinghouse Company, Limited, 575 Larville Power Station, 254, 260, 275 Clocks, Paris,* (35)
  • Conductivity of the Human Body, 434 Conductor, Prize Offered for Invention of Apparatus for Gauging the Current of an, (299)
  • Conductor’s Association Determines to Oppose Municipal Trading, (419)

Electrical Congress, The International, at St. Louis:

  • First Proceedings, Officers of the Sections, 359
  • Section A.—General Theory, Alternating- current Theory of Transmission Speed over Submarine Cables, Prof. Kennelly and other Papers, 359
  • B. —General Applications. 359
  • C. -Electro-Chemistry, 383
  • D. —Electric Power Transmission, 383
  • E. —Electric Light and Distribution, 383
  • F. —Electric Transportation, 383
  • G. —Electric Communication. 383
  • H. —Electric Therapeutics, 383 Reports on Electrical Standards, 384
  • CRANE, for South Africa, (646)
  • Crane, Stothert and Pitt, Limited, 161 Driving, in Cotton Mills, Messrs. ' Platt, Limited, (539) V, Gas Engines, 3 and Regulating Clocks • Selenium Cells, Herr Device, (345) in Works and Factories, of, Mr. G. H. Bowden <
  • Energy for Bilbao, (205) Energy for Liverpool, (419) Engineer Volunteers, 6 Exhibition, Shoreditch, 399
  • Exhibits at St. Louis Exhibition, (606) Experimental Investigation by Dr. T. Wulf, (35) Extensions, Wolverhampton, (169)
  • Furnace Method, M. A. Nodon’s New, (111), (253)
  • Furnace, Power Necessary for Manufacture of Calcium Carbide in the, (253)
  • Generating Station at Neepsend, 22
  • Geneva Firm’s Tests to Determine to what degree Insulation will serve with Continuous as compared with Alternating Current, (205)
  • Heat Insulating Media, Relative Efficiency of, 43
  • Heaters of Novel Form on the s.s. Minnesota, (546)
  • Hydraulic Power Plant, California, Interesting, (571). . ,
  • Industries in America, Buenos Ayres the most important Seat of, (621)
  • Installation, Messrs. Ernest Scott and Mountain’s, (535)
  • Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company’s Works, Manchester, 493, 495
  • Lift Hoisting Equipment, 480
  • Log Bind Saws, 479
  • Machinery, Standards for, 185
  • Middlesbrough Dock Power Plant, Vincent L. Raven, 139
  • Mining Machinery, 385 New York Power Station, 495
  • Niagara Falls Power Company, Gross Earnings. (345)
  • Ore Finder, Experiments with the, (217) Plant, North Italy, An Interesting, (498) Power Company, The Puget Sound, U.S.A.. 226, 250
  • Cost of, 332 Development at Niagara, 593, 598 Dover Corporation, (498)
  • Power, First International Convention for the Regulation of, (230)
  • Gas Plant for Elderslie Graving Dock, 150, 151 ? ’
  • in Italy, Increasing Use of, (571) Paper by Mr. S. B. Stillwell on, 518 for Pernambuco, (345)
  • ' Plant, Hydro-electric, Turbigo. Italy, 622, 628 6 > J,
  • Stations, Costof Building and Equipping Large, (11)
  • Stations, Large v. Small, 368 Transmission from the Alps to Lyons, (253)
  • Transmission over Considerable Distances at Lyons, Development cf, (157)
  • Works on the Chicago Drainage Canal, (61) ’ Press-button Control tf Lifts, 480
  • Production throughout the World, Water Power Used for, (597)
  • Punkahs in Railway Carriages in India, (498) Resistance Furnace, Herr 0. Pniiich’s, (345) Resistance Furnace for the Cementation of Iron, used in 1815 by Pepys, (646)
  • Russia, Available Water Power of, (205)
  • Steel Furnace at Gysiuge, Sweden, F. A. Kjellin, 46; First Ingot Cast at, (61) ; Output of Steel per Twenty-four hours, (61)
  • Storage Batteries in Germany, Losses Occurrinfir in, (445), 479
  • Sub-station at Cornell University for Conductieg Experiments on Screw Propellers, (85)
  • Towing Systems on the Erie Canal, (345)
  • Traction of Coal, Tunstall, (297) in a Coal Mine, U.o.A., (297) on Tyneside, 274, 275 ,
  • Transmission Line Construction, California, (297)
  • Transmission Line of the Washington Power Company, (11)
  • Transporters, Electrically-driven, 650
  • Transporters for Shalimar, (299)
  • Water Power in Lyons, Use of, (157)
  • versus Steam Traction, Paper by Mr. A. Siemens on, 518 Utilisation of the Rhine at Laufenburg, (230)
  • Welding of a Cylinder of 1000 Horse-power
  • Engine, Herr Meng’s Account of the, (445)
  • Winch, Electrically-driven, Chambers, Scott and Co., 297

Electric Light:

  • Bournemouth, Sunday Observance, (571)
  • Cannock,(169)
  • Coventry, (46)
  • Dover Corporation, (498)
  • Edinburgh, Financial Matters, (162)
  • Edison Electric Light Companies, Management of the, Mr. E. Kilburn Scott on tho, 354
  • Espinar, (299)
  • Holyhead, (299)
  • Incandescent Lamps, Tests of all the Makes of, (646)
  • Largo Bulb Incandescent Electric Lamps as
  • Secondary Standards of Light, Professor J. A. Fleming, 222
  • Leeds, (323)
  • Light in Railway Carriages, India, (498)
  • Lighting Standards, Tests Carried Out Under Mr. L. Wild, 549
  • New Type of Lamp, Invented in America, (182)
  • Pentane Lamp, Investigations upon the Ten
  • Candle-power Harcourt, Mr. Clifford C. Paterson, 222
  • Rio Janeiro, (419)
  • St. Petersburg, Vassily-Ostroff, (205)
  • Street Lighting by Small Current Enclosed Arc Lamps, Mr. J. H. Hallberg, (571)
  • Sydney, (219)
  • Workington, (621)

Electricity:

  • Bournemouth Municipal Works, Units Generated in Six Mouths, (521)
  • Bradford, Distribution of, (597)
  • Distribution of Magnetic Induction in Multipolar Armatures, Dr. W, M. Thornton. 222
  • Energy Losses in Magnetising Iron, Messrs. Mordey and Hansard, 221
  • Erith, Undertaking, Loan Applied for, (621)
  • From Water-power, Mr, A. A. Campbell Swinton, 221
  • Hamilton in Ontario, Hydraulic Plant for the Production of Electricity at Decew Falls, (393)
  • Hopkinson Test as Applied to Induction Motors, Messrs. Sumpner and Weekes, 221 Installations, List of the World’s Water-power, (597)
  • Liverpool, Increased Consumption of, (419)
  • Mines, (74)
  • Refuse Destruction and, 397
  • Rio Janeiro, Its Advantages for Lighting and Industrial Purposes Fully Appreciated in, (419)
  • Supply for Darjeeling, (299)
  • Madras, (276) Petersburg, Proposed Purchase of Waterfall for, (498)
  • Use of, in Factories, &.c,, 399, 500
  • Use of, Upon the North-Eastern Railway and upon Tyneside, Messrs, Merz and McLellan, 221, 260. 282
  • Water-power, South Africa, 453
  • Windmills for Generating, Increasingly Used i in Western America, (61)
  • Windmill for Generating, Denmark, (61) Works, Leeds Corporation, Triple-expansion Engine, 612, 613
  • Mussooria and Landour, (182) Stoke-on-Trent, (445), (456) Wolverhampton, Accounts of, (70)
  • ELECTROLYTIC Methods of Treating Tin Scrap, 5, 131
  • Elevator, Grain, Port Colborne. Canada, (299) Tailings, South Africa, (430) at Leith Docks, New Grain, 259
  • Emery Wheels, Experimental Work with Solid, 202
  • Emigrants, Information for, 354
  • Entropy Diagrams, The Temperature, Mr. G. J. Wells, (432)
  • Erosion, Coast, (370), (393), 503
  • Excavator, 5-Ton Sceam Crane, 116
  • Excavator, Steam, Mr. A. W. Robinson, 350 Exhaust Gas Calorimetry, Professor B. Hopkinaon on, 211
  • Explosions in Air Compressors, Mr. E. Goffe on the Causes of, 481 |
  • Explosion of Gaseous Mixtures, 37 '
  • Extraordinary Traffic on Public Roads, From a Legal Contributor, 363

Engineering, Engineers, Engines, Motor’s:

Engineering:

  • Apprentices on the Wear, The Allan Scholarship for, (21)
  • Congress, Sr. Louis, Papers Read at, (157), 487, 517, 537, 561
  • Education, Professor R. Fletcher, 562 Electric, Chair of, Established at Birmingham University, (603)
  • Engineering Section, British Association, Papers Read in, 210, 221, 487
  • Enterprises in Canada, 70
  • Exhibits, Review of the, St. Louis Exhibition, 316, 386
  • Faculty of, in the University of Liverpool, 129 Feat, Smart, (534)
  • Fortifications, Major G. W. Goethals, 562 Guy’s Hospital, 362, 412, 465
  • Highway Construction, M. Forestier, 561 Lighthouse Engineering, Mr. T. Matthews, M. Ribiere and Lieut,-Colonel Lockwood on, 487
  • Marine, Mr. W. F. Durand, 562
  • Mining, M. Gruner, 562
  • Naval Architecture, Sir Wm. H. White, 561' Progress, 475
  • Structures, Paints Suited for, 41
  • Visitors to Germany, British, 137
  • Works Policy and Modern Competition, Mr. Bardill on, (483)

Engineers:

  • “Alien,” 187
  • Cadets, Naval, 120
  • Certificates, Canadian Association of Steam Engineers’ Petition, (498)
  • Civil, and our Export Trade, R. L., 110; A Manufacturer, 131 ; Manufacturing Engineers, 186
  • Education of the Mining, 90, 94
  • Electric, The Corps of Volunteer, 6
  • of the First-class Battleship Princo of Wales, Messrs, Scott and Co., 12,15
  • and Iron, 549
  • Kerr, Mr. Walter C., “The Point of View,” Address to Young Engineers to be, 653
  • Literature in the Non-technical Press, Remarkable, (571)
  • Plant, Brighton Municipal School of Science and Technology, (597)
  • Salaries in New York City, (571)
  • School, Crystal Palace, Papers Read during the Session, (625)
  • Speciheations, 453, 637
  • United States Navy, 647
  • Visit of Belgian, (281)

Engines:

  • Acetylene Gas, 503, 551
  • Automobile Steam Fire, Herr M. Reichel, 163 Baam Pumping, 209
  • Building in the North, Sir C. Furness on, 444
  • Coal-consuming to Oil, Saving in Changing a Plant from, (621)
  • Compound Petrol, American Firm, (111)
  • Compound Winding, Robey and Co., 180, 181 Design of High-speed Enclosed Steam, 384, (427), 435, 490, 569, 611
  • Diesel, Fuel Consumption Test of a, (122)
  • Economy of Oil-consuming, (621)
  • Effects of Receiver Drop in a Compound, Mr. J. W, Hayward on the, 215
  • Efficiency of Heat, 348
  • Failures, Mr. Michael Longridge’s Report on. 207
  • Fire, The Wolseley Motor Chemical, (296)
  • Future of the Steam, Professor G. F. Charnock on, 401
  • Gas, Age of, and Inventor, (370)
  • Electric Driving v., 3
  • Exhaust Gas Calorimeter, Professor Hop- kinson’s, 211
  • in Iron and Steel Works, Mr. J. H. Hamilton on, 554
  • Natural, Tests on a Large Number of Similar Internal Combustion, (85)
  • The Perfect Starter for, 239
  • Power of, Mr. W. T. Flint, 65 Water Required to Keep the Cylinders Cool, (157).
  • H.M.S. Black Prince’s {iSnpplement December 1904), 643
  • High-speed, John Hind, jun., on (reference to p. 384), 42/
  • Enclosed Steam, 384, (427) Internal Combustion, 134, 148. 173, 210, 235
  • Ignition in Internal Combustion, Sir Oliver Lodge on, 567
  • Indicator, The Starr Brass, 479
  • Marine, Models at South Kensington, 491
  • Marine, Problem of Screw Propulsion, 43
  • Modern High-speed Steam, Messrs. W. H. Allen, Son and Co., Limited, 54, 55, 96
  • Motors, Flame Temperatures in Internal Combustion, Mr. Dugald Clerk on, 210
  • of the New Passenger Steamers for the Thames, 620
  • Oil, 47 Brake Horse-power, Crossley Bros., Limited, 246
  • Portable, with Reversing (isar, Campbtll Gas Engine Company, 594
  • at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 16, 17
  • Pistons for High-speed, 384, (427)
  • Potential Efficiency of Prime Movers, C, V, Kerr, 68
  • Power of Steam, 70
  • Prime Movers, Potential Efficiency of, Mr. C. V. Kerr, 3, 13
  • Pumping, W. H. Allen, Son and Co., 91, 564,565
  • American, 448
  • Gainsborough Waterworks, Mr. Percy GrifBch, 104, 106
  • Hathorn, Davey and Co. (Letter), 532
  • Hinksford, Fawcett, Preston and Co., Limited (Supplement^ July 22nd, 1904), 28, 36, 40, 96
  • Large, Chicago, 72
  • Six-cylinder Quadruple-expansion, 1500 Horsepower, Soc. Anonyme des Etablissomenis Delaunay, 366, 367
  • Small Rotary Steam, Weighing 4J lb., (11)
  • Steam, Design of High-speed Enclosed, 384, (427), 435, 490
  • C. V. Kerr on the Potential Efficiency of Prime Movers, 68
  • at the St. Louis Exhibition, 195, 222, 249, 294, 337, 366, 409, 463, 516
  • Stop Valves and Gauges, Mr. A. II. Hopkinson on, (556)
  • Traction on Common Roads, 448
  • Tandem Compound, Ruston, Proctor and Co., Limited (Supplement^ September 19C4),
  • Throttle Valves, 559, 560
  • Traction, at the Royal Agricultural Societ)’s Show, 16, 17
  • Triple-expansion, 1400-Kilowatt, J. and H. McLaren, 612, 613
  • Triple-expansion, 7500 Indicated Horse-power, H.M.S. Prince of Walts, Messrs. Scott and Co. (Supplement, July 1904)
  • Vacuum, Meesrs. Hardy and Padmoro, 304
  • Valve Gear, Telescopic Steam, La Socidt^' B^llinckx, 411, 418
  • Willans’ Constant Thrust, Trials of, 234

Exhibitions, St. Louis

  • No. V., 10; VL, 30; IX., 103; X., 125; XIII, 195; XIV., XVI., 294 ; XVII , 366; XX., 386; XXL. 409; XXIL, XXIIL, 515 ; XXIV., 589 ; XXV.. 639
  • Awards to British Exhibitors. 481, 651 Ceylon Exhibits, Awards to, (646) Coal-testing Plant, (445)
  • Durand, Sir Mortimer, on the Exhibition. 625 Electrical Congress, International, 359, 383 Electric Exhibits at, 606
  • Engineering Congress, International, (157), 467, 487,617,537
  • Engineering Exhibits, Review of the, 316, 386 Engines, Steam, 195, 222, 249, 294, 337, 366. 409, 463, 515 > , * . .
  • Farnley Iron Company, Medal for the “Best Yorkshire Iron,” (446)
  • “Lighthouse Engineering,” Papers on, 487
  • Locomotive Mallet Duplex Compound {Supple- 'menlf September IQtk, 1904), 274
  • Locomotive Testing Plant [Supplement, Auaust 19^/t, 1904), 178, (646)
  • Medals Awarded, (419), (445). (646)
  • Power Plant, 80, 103, 125, 147, 174
  • Sirocco Fans, Medal Awarded to Messrs.
  • Davidson and Co. for, (419)
  • Steam Turbines at, 689, 639
  • Steel Testing, High-speed, (323)
  • Surveying and Mining Instruments, Meda’s Awarded to Messrs. John Davis and Sons, Limited, for their, (419)

Explosives:

  • Black and Brown Powder, Cordite Replaced by Smokeless, (597)
  • Cordite Factory on the Nilgiiis, (323) Projectiles, Bethlehem Steel Company’s, (597) Projectiles, Heclon A.P., 376
  • Smokeless Powder, (597)
  • Smokeless Powder, “Marksman Smokeless,” (182)
  • Torpedoes in Action, Letter on, 306
  • Brennan, Total Expenditure by the Admiralty on, (11)
  • The Whitehead, Its Present Range Renders it Ineffective in Future Naval Actions, (299)
  • Ordered at Fiume by Russia, (370)
  • FACTOKY Department, Keport of the Work of, (85)
  • Feed-water Heating, ** Live Steam,” 184 Kerry Works, Queensferry, 7
  • Fielding and Platt, Limited, Hydraulic Machinery, 8, 9
  • File-cutting Machine, (345)
  • Files and Rasps for the Royal Norwegian Naval Authorities, (521)
  • Filtration System, The Largest in the World, (297)
  • Finland, Exploitation of the Forests of Enare Lapmack, (323)
  • Fire Alarm, A Sensitive, (621)
  • Fire Apparatus, Private, in Chicago, (370) Firebricks, Refractory, (571)
  • Fire Engines, Automobile, Herr Reichel, 163 Engine, Motor Chemical, 296
  • Loss of the United States and Canada for November, (621)
  • Fishing along the Chinese Coast with Steam
  • Trawlers, Establishment of a Company, (^0) Flag Press for Destructor Clinker, Messrs. C. and A. Musker, 41
  • Flax in Belgium, Cultivation of, (276) Fog, Consumption of Gas and Electric Light during the, (846)
  • Fortifications, Major G. W. Goethals on, 562 Foundry Practice, French, (532)
  • Fownes, Mr. Henry, (201)
  • Freshwater Bay, Condition of Beach at, (253), (597) -
  • Fuel Economy, 229
  • Fuels, Comparison between the Calorific Values of Different, Used in Internal Combustion Engines, (621)
  • Furnace, Blast, The First Erected in South Africa, (61)
  • Furnaces, Blast, Nykoping, Sweden, Projected Erection, (85)
  • in Blast, Quarter Ended September 30bh, 1904, (345)
  • in the United Kingdom, June 80bh, 1904, (35) Dry Air in the Blast, 499, 632 Electric Steel, 46 The Garrett Reheating, (632) Lead, Converted into Matting, at San Luis Potosi, (521)
  • New Electric, Mr. A. Nodon’s Patent, (111)
  • Plant, American, 91
  • Portable Rivet, Mr. R. Hudson, 453
  • GARBAGE Disposal. American, 190
  • Garrett Reheating Furnace, Major Trinham on the, (632)

Gas:

  • Acetylene, Lighting the Traffic Yard at Lahore, (134)
  • Acetylene Phare on the Eiffel Tower, (11) Calorimetry, Exhaust, Professor B. Hopkinson ' on, 211
  • Coke Oven, Utilisation of, 234
  • Gas, Oil and Steam for Power, Mr. M. Long- ridge on, 277, 403
  • Generated by the Ovens in the Semet-Solvay Plant of the Milwaukee Gas and Coke Company, (36) .
  • Home-office’s Circular on the Dangers associated with Water Gas and other like Gases used for Industrial Purposes, (345)
  • Metropolitan Companies, Gas Supplied by. Report presented by the Committee appointed by the Board of Trade, (11)
  • Natural, at Aylesbury, (419)
  • Gas Wells in the United States, The Deepest, and the Highest Pressure ever shown by, (299)
  • Manufacturers and Domestic Consumers in America supplied with, (571)
  • Production in the United States, its
  • Value, (521)
  • Plant, Power, for Enderslie Graving Dock, 150, 161
  • Producer, Suction, Messrs. J. and 0. G. Pierson, 450
  • Pump, Automatic, (205)
  • South Metropolitan Company further Reduce Price of, (134) i
  • Suction Gas Producer, Messrs. J. and 0. G. Pierson, 450
  • Sulphur in Illuminating, 161
  • Supply of the Metropolis, Committee of the Board of Trade appointed to inquire into the, I (11)
  • Tamworth, Consumption and Reduced Price of, i (239) '
  • Turbine, Scientific Investigation into the Possibilities of the, Mr. Neilson on, 414, 422, 429
  • Works, Extension, Birmingham, (216)

GASEOUS Mixtures, Explosion of, 37

  • General Secretary (Mr. R. Bell) of the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, his Action with regard to Protection of Electrified Railways in Lancashire, 170
  • German Coal Mines, Nationalisation of, 184
  • Gilmour, Mr. David, on South African Mining | and the Inventor, 322, 352 j
  • Glasgow University, Lord Kelvin and other Scientists, 554
  • Glommen Hydraulic Power Works, The, 197
  • Glover and Co., Limited, W. T., Contract acquired by, for Johannesburg Municipality, (217)
  • Gold-dredging Machinery, 201
  • Melting Point of, Jatiuerod and Perrot, (323)
  • Mining Industry in Lapland Unsatisfactory and Brought to a Close, (370), (498)
  • Output, Transvaal, (216)
  • Gosport and Alverstoke Main Drainage, 156
  • Graham, Morton and Co., Offer to Young Men who have obtained the B.Sc. in Engineering at the Armstrong College of Science, (507)
  • Gramme, Monument to, (11)
  • Greece, Roadmaking in. Survey of Thessaly in View of Hydraulic Works, (646)
  • Greece, Survey of, (498)
  • Greenwich Footw’ay Tunnel, Cost of, (621)
  • Gresham College, Lectures on the Infinitesimal Calculus, (423)
  • Grinder, Tool, 504
  • Guatemala, Timber and Rubber industry in, (134) Guhrolit, Artificial Buildiug Stone, (345) Guy’s Hospital, Engineering at, 362, 412, 465
  • HAIRPIN Manufacture at Painswick, (299) Hammersmith Ironworks, Annual Dinner of Apprentices, (697)
  • Hanley Sewage, (61)

Harbours and Waterways;

  • Algiers Harbour in the Bay of Agha, (123) Harbour Improvements, (345) Port as a Coaling Station, Importance of, (345)
  • Barcelona Plarbour Water Area, &3., (157) Belgian Waterways under State Control, (182) Bengal, Navigable Waterways, 640
  • Brindisi Harbour, Dredging in, (230)
  • Bristol Channel, Question of a Harbour of Refuge in, (157)
  • Cherepovetz^, River Harbour at, (621) Chicago, S., New Breakwater, (182) Chinwangtao, The New Port, (439)
  • Civita Vecchia Harbour Works, (134) Clackamas River, Oregon, Log Cofferdam on | the,(521) !
  • Colombo, Harbour Works, (323)
  • Cornish Coast, Harbour of Refuge Needed between St. Ives and Padstow, (498)
  • Cronstadt, Middle Harbour Closed, (182) Dover, New Ocean Pier at, (35); Admiralty Harbour at, (571)
  • Dover, Torpedo Boat Harbour, (205) Dredging of Ocean Bars, Major J. C. Stanford, 467
  • Flushing Harbour, Scheveningen, Mr. Wortman, 467
  • Galveston, Texas, Sea Wall at, (253) Gizon, Harbour Works, (182)
  • Harbours, Mr. W. Matthews on, 467
  • on Lakes Erie and Ontario, Major Kingman on, 467
  • and Works on the Sea Coast, Papers Read at the International Engineering Congress, St. Louis Exhibition, 467
  • Leith Harbour, New Imperial Dock at, (471), 550
  • Lerwick Harbour to be Enlarged, (182)
  • Liverpool Chamber of Commerce Urges the Acquisition by the State of all Inland Waterways of the United Kingdom, (157)
  • Loire, Raking Dredge on the, 530
  • London, Port of, (393), 415
  • Melung Harbour Works, Formosa, (157)
  • Mersey, Annual Report on the Navigation of, (85)
  • Molesey, New Lock at, (571), (546)
  • Natal Harbour Development and the Resignation of Sir C. Hartley and Sir J. W. Barry, (498)
  • Naval Ports, Defences of our Great, 601
  • New Orleans, Channel to the Sea throufih the South-West Pass of the Mississippi, (35)
  • New York Harbour Improvements, Draught of Moving Steamers, 209
  • Niagara River, Proposed Improvement of the, 201
  • Niger, Improvement of the Navigation, (129) Odessa, New Harbour at, (323)
  • Osaka Harbour Opened, (253), (471)
  • Peterhead Harbour, (401)
  • Kibble Estuary, Extension of the Training Walls, Mr. Barron’s Report to the Committee, (111); Bill for Next Session, (445)
  • Rouen Harbour Improvement, (323)
  • Salen, Mull, New Pier at, (571)
  • Scarborough Harbour Extension, Cost of, (230)
  • Scarborough Sea Wall, (345)
  • Schutenlake Channel, Providing Dantz’g with a Shorter Water Approach from the Baltic Sea, (157)
  • Spezia Harbour, Improvement of, (157)
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, 153, 154, 155 ; Dam, (230)
  • Thames Conservancy Board, Question of Petrol Launches, (419); Water Abstracted from the River, (419); New Lock at Molesey, (546), (571)
  • Construction of Dam, (646)
  • Proposed Barrage of the, Mr. J. Casey on, 249
  • Volga Delta, Sanded up and Unfit for Navigation, (370)
  • Workington Harbour, Purchased by Messrs. Cammell, Laird and Co., (546)
  • HARRISON, Mr. Wm. Wheatcroft, 106 Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., Limited, The
  • Admiralty and, (314)
  • Heat Diagram, Mr. G. J. Wells, (432) Efficiencies, C. V. Kerr on, 68
  • Insulating Media, Relative Efficiency of, 43
  • Heating Surface, On the Value of, (85)
  • Heaton, Mr. Geo., 263
  • “Heclon” Gyratory Rock and Ore Breaker, The, 424
  • Hele-Shaw, Prof., Post Accepted by, (597)
  • Helical Spur Wheels for Rolling Mill Work, P. R.
  • Jackson and Co., Limited, 454
  • Helium, Boiling Point of, Sir Jas. Dewar on the, (621)
  • Helium, its use as a Thermometric Substance, (546)
  • Hemp-stripping Machine, Mr. R. E. Lindsay, (597)
  • High-speed Cutting, 624
  • Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac, (331)
  • Hinksford, Pumping Engines at (ISupplement, July 22zicZ, 1904), 2?, 36, 40, 96
  • Hospitals at Leeds, New, (368), 406
  • Hot Brasses, 579, 629
  • Hot Springs and the Simplon Tunnel, 179, 244, 341, 385, 415, 568
  • Humid Cottem-weaving Sheds, The Factory and Workshops Act and, (85)
  • Hunt, Mr. Edmund, 593
  • Hutton and Sons, Limited, Messrs. William, Memorial Centre Ornament for Officers’ Mess Table, (431)
  • Hydraulic Machinery, Niclausse Boiler Works, Ferry Works, Queensferry, 8, 9
  • ICE Plant, Jerusalem, (253)
  • Ice Shipments from Norway, (182)
  • Impact Tests, Mr. Seaton and Mr, Jude on, 517, 523, 528
  • India-rubber Gloves, Use of, 619
  • India, Standard Times for, (247), (553)
  • Indian Mineral Production, 1903, 380
  • Indicator, Milner’s Speed, 551
  • Induced Draught, 532, 629
  • Industrial Progress of Japan, 201

Institute, City and Guilds of London;

  • Coker, Mr, E. G., his Appointment, (452)

Institute of Civil Engineers:

  • Yorkshire Section of, Visit to Middlesbrough,

Institute of Electrical Engineers, American:

  • Invitation to the Institution of Electrical Engineers, and Arrangements for the Congress at St. Louis, (71)

Institute of Engineers, The Midland: Presidential Address, Mr. T. W. H. Mitchell. 529 ’

Institute of Engineers and Shipbuilders, NoE. Coast:

  • Dates of Meetings, (406)

Institute, The Franklin:

  • Emery AVheels, Experimental Work with Solid. Mr. Dunkin Paret, 202

Institute, Iron and Steel:

  • Gold Medal Presented to Mr. Carnegie, 452
  • Iron, Application of Dry Air Blast in the Manufacture of, Mr. Jas. Galey, 428, (499), 505
  • Meeting in the United States, 19, 354, 428. 452, 514, 642 ; Programme, 235, 307 ; Sheffield Manufacturers Intending to Attend, 309
  • New York Power Stations, 495
  • Steel, Development and Use of High-sneed Mr. Gledhill, 464,482 K p ,
  • Visit to the American Steel and Wire Company’s Works, Cleveland, 514
  • Visit of Belgian Engineers, 227
  • Visit to the Maryland Steel Company’s Works Sparrow’s Point, 642 ’
  • Opening of Session, Programme for October, (349)

Institute of Mining’ and Mechanical Engineers, North of England: Annual General Meeting of the Members, Programme of Proceediogs, 137

  • Excursion Meeting, (276)

Institute, Northampton:

  • Lord Reay to Present the Prizes, (498)

Institute, The Sanitary:

  • Conference on School Hygiene, Meetings Arranged, (438)
  • Inaugural Address cf the President, Lord Blyth&wood, 130
  • Infectious Fever Hospitals, Discussion on, (368) Manchester Sewage Disposal, Cost of Filtration, Dr. Fowler, 130, (213)
  • Preliminary Programme of the Twenty-second Congress, 48
  • Professor Robinson’s Address to the Engineering and Architectural Section, (137)
  • Title of “Royal” Conferred by the King on the Institute, (419)

Institute of Sanitary Engineers:

  • Meetings and Lectures Arranged, (115), (351), (478)
  • Visit to Inspect the Liernur System of Sewage at Sfcanstead, (380); Naval Hospital, Chatham, (453)
  • Visit to Tunbridge Wells, (46)

Institute, Staffordshire Iron and Steel:

  • Presidential Address, Mr. H. B. Toy, (391) Gas Engines in Iron and Steel Works, Mr. J. H. Hamilton, 554

Institution of Civil Engineers :

  • Coast Erosion, Papers on, by A, E. Caray and E. R. Matthews, (503)
  • Education of the Young Engineer, Committee to Consider the Question, (230)
  • Electrical Energy, Distribution of, J. F. C. Snell, 553
  • Medals and Awards, (250)
  • Meetings to be Resumed, (391)
  • Miller Prize Awarded to Mr. J. E. Lister, (253) Pass List, October Examination, 553
  • Recent Visit to United States and Canada, Sir W. H. White on, (597)
  • NEWCASTLE - UPON - TYNE ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS OF—
  • Presidential Address. Sir G. L. Molesworth, Chiefly Devoted to India, 440
  • Visit to a Man-of-War Offered by Lord C. Beresford, (303)
  • YORKSHIRE STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION—
  • Bridges, General Design and Erection of, Mr. J. Husband, (582)
  • Presidential Addres?, Mr. (530)

Institution of Civil Engineers: Ireland:

  • Experimental Excursion to Fishguard to be Organised for Next Year, (498)

Institution of Electrical Engineers:

  • Annual Conversazione, 15
  • Dinner, (578)
  • Invitation from the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and Arrangements for Congress at St. Louis, (71)
  • Delegates Appointed to Attend the Electrical Congress at the St. Louis Exhibition, (85), (205) ’
  • GLASGOW LOCAL SECTION OF—
  • Opening Meeting, (349)
  • Third Annual Dinner, (399), (453)
  • LEEDS LOCAL SECTION—
  • Visits Arranged, (501)
  • MANCHESTER STUDENTS’ SECTION—
  • Meetings and Visits for 1904-5, (494)
  • Institution of Engineers, The Cleveland:
  • Presidential Address of Mr. Worth, 506
  • Pyrometers for Industrial Purposes, Mr. R. S. Whipple, 625
  • Institution of Engineers, The Junior:
  • Annual General Meeting, (458)
  • Appointment of Mr. P. Watts, (646)
  • Summer Meeting at Diisseldorf, Programme, 166, 284 , & J
  • Torpedo Boat Construction, Mr. H. E. Yarrow, (582)
  • Visit to Berlin, (230)
  • to the Central Station of the South Staffordshire Mond Gas, Power, and Heating Company, 549
  • to the Chelsea Generating Station, Bryant and May’s Match Manufactory, 57
  • to the International Gas Exhibition, Earl’s Court, (643)
  • to the Granolithic Stone Company, Millwall Docks, 418
  • to the London Coliseum, (632)
  • to the National Harbour Works of Dover, 106
  • to the National Physical Laboratory, (401j

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Scotland;

  • First Meeting, Forty-eighth Session, Paper on the Smoke Problem, Mr. F. J. Rowan, (453)

Institute of Marine Engineers:

  • Protection of Metallic Surfaces, Mr. H. Brandon, 391 *
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers:
  • Cast Iron Composition, Strength, and Specifi- cations, Mr. W. J. Keep, 66
  • Conversazione, General Meeting, 107
  • Design and Test of a Modern Steam Power J"^ant Mr. E. G. Hiller, 107, 118,119, (135), (137); Leader Referring to, 113
  • Heat Treatment Experiments with Chrome- Vanadium Steel, Capt. H, R. Sankey and Mr. J. K. Smith, 615
  • Impact Tests on the Wrought Steels of Commerce, Mr. A. E. Seaton and Mr. A, Jude, 517, (523), 528
  • Lathe Tool Dynamometer, Experiments with, Mr. J. T. Nicholson, 66
  • Middlesbrough Dock Electric and Hydraulic Power Plant, Mr. R. V. L. Raven, 29
  • Opening of Autumn Session, Storey’s-gate, 414
  • Power of Gas Engines, Abstract of Mr. W. T. Flint’s Paper on Commercial Gas Engine Test and Proposed Standard of Comparison, 65
  • Power Plant for Tall Office Buildings, Mr. J. H. Wei's and Mr. R, P. Bolton, 29
  • President’s (Mr. Wicksteed) Account of the Experiences of the Institution in America, 107
  • Prime Movers, Potential Efficiency of. Mr. C. V. Kerr, 3, 13
  • Strains and Annealing, Mr. W. Campbell, 65, 66
  • Superheated Steam and Reheaters, Mr. Lionel S. Marks, 29
  • “ Tests of Locomotives,” Papers on, by Mr. E. A. Hitchcock, Prof. W. F. M. Goss, and Mr. G. J. Churchward, 66
  • Turbine, The Curtis Steam, W. L. R. Emmett, 3 The De Laval Steam, Messrs. B. S.
  • Lea and E. M-eden, 3
  • Different Applications of Steam, Prof. A. Rateau, 3
  • Scientific Investigation into the Possibilities of the Gas, Mr. Nielson, 414, 422, 429, (.503)
  • Work, some Theoretical and Practical Considerations in Steam, Mr. Francis Hodgkinson, 3
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The American:
  • Water-tube Boilers, Priming and Biffle Plates, Mr. A. Bement, 547

Institution of Mining Engineers:

  • Fifteenth Annual Meeting, Papers to be Read, (252)
  • Institution of Mining* and Metallurgy :
  • Equipment of Laboratories for Advanced Teaching and Research in the Mineral Industries, 91
  • Tenth Ordinary Meeting of the Thirteenth Session, Papers to be Discussed, 66
  • Institution, National Lifeboat:
  • Number of Lifeboats, Rewards Granted during Past Year, (108)
  • Institution of Sanitary Engineers:
  • Meetings Announced, (22)
  • INVENTORS and Patents, Decision of the United States Commissioner of Patents, (646)

Iron:

  • Alloys of, 248
  • Beds Owned by the United States Steel Corporation, (134)
  • “ Best Yorkshire,” Medal Awarded at the St. Louis Exhibition, to the Farnley Iron Company, (445)
  • Carlton, (191)
  • Cast Iron Composition, Strength, and Specifications, Mr. W. J. Keep on, 66
  • Dry Air Blast to the Manufacture of Iron, Application of, 428, (499), 505
  • Economic Value of Cast, Mr. W. H. Pretty cn, (605), (646)
  • Effect of Alloying, with Another Element, (597) Founders, Professor Wlist’s Scheme for the Education of, (61)
  • German Exports, August, (370) Hardening, New Process for, (85)
  • Maximum of Phosphorus Secured in Combination with, (571)
  • Ore, Brazil, Export Possible at a Profit, (419) in California, Largo Deposits of, (11) Chromic, Cuba, (167)
  • Deposits in Russia, Enormous, (205) Export Trade, Swedish Steamship Owners’ Memorial to the Government Relative to the, (205)
  • Mining Industry, Sweden, (276) Production, United States, (276) and the United Kingdom, 185
  • Pig, Estimated Make of, for Half-year, (35) Production of, during Inst Three Years, in the Leading Countries of the World, (21)
  • Production, United States, Nine Months, (445)
  • Pipes with Asphaltum, Protection of, (230) Prices and Quantities of Manufactured, Official Returns for July-August, (333)
  • and Steel Exports during October from North of England, Customs Returns, (498) Output in Chicago, (61) Output in United States, 231 Trades, The Tariff Commission .and the {see pages 289, 293, Vol. XCVHI.), (85)
  • in the United States during 1903, Statistics of the Production of, (593)
  • Works, Monterey, Mexico, (419)
  • Thermal and Electric Conductivities of, when Alloyed with another Element, (597)
  • Tons of Steel Produced for Every 100 Tons of Pig, (323)
  • Trade, Manufactured, September and October, Returns, (555)
  • Warrants, 90
  • Wire Rheostat, Water-cooled, Used by Mr. Weber, Nancy Central Station, (111)
  • IRELAND, Public Works in, 544
  • Irrigation Scheme for Thessaly, (646)
  • Sir Hanbury Brown on, 537 Nile, 243, 267, 289, 318, 337, 352, 401 Projects in Egypt and the Soudan, 152 of the Island of Coringa, (182)
  • Ivory Coast, Gold Mines, Canal, Railway, (621)
  • JAFFA, Opening for Agricultural Implements and Machinery, (134)
  • Jaffa, Petroleum Engines for Pumping Water from Wells, (134)
  • James, Mr. Stanley, (201)
  • Japan, Arable Land in, (253)
  • Japan, Industrial Progress of. 201
  • Japanese Manipulation of Tools in the Handicrafts, (276)
  • Jameson, Mr. John, (64)
  • Johannesburg, Sewerage and Electric Lighting, (217)
  • Johannesburg, Valuation of the Town, (430)
  • KAY, John, Commemoration of his Bicentenary, (85) _
  • Kelbam Rolling Mills Company, Limited, Annual Meeting, (21)
  • Kelvin, Lord. His Installation as Chancellor of Glasgow University, 554
  • Kerosene for Inland Consumption in Russia, Question of the Tax on, (111)
  • Kerr, C. V,, on the Potential Efficiency of Prime Movers, 68
  • Kerr, Mr. Walter C., The Point of View, 653
  • Kirkhouse, Mr., 233
  • Kitson. Sir James, Jubilee Celebration, (345) Kleen Dust CcKector, The, 117

Labour Questions, Strikes, and Disputes: Wages

  • American Federation of Labour, Exclusion of Japanese from America, (521)
  • Board of Trade’s Annual Report for 1903, (11), (35) '
  • Board of Trade on the State of the Labour Market in September, 393
  • British Motor Car Industry, Hands Employed in, (597)
  • Canadian Manufacturers’ Association, Report showing Scarcity of Hands Issued by, (182) Eight Hours Day, 475
  • Eight Hours Day in the United States, 45 Female Hands Employed by the Chicago Steel Manufacturing Company, (471)
  • Imperial Shipbuilding Yard at Kiel, Wholesale Dismissal of Workmen from, (202)
  • Krupp Works, Number of Persons Employed, 2/3
  • Labour and Prosperity, 185
  • Labour and Trade, 395
  • Miners’ Wages in Yorkshire, 15
  • Moulder, Conciliation and the, 574
  • Moulders’ Unions, The Premium System and the, 599
  • National Founders’ Association, Principal Clauses of the Announcement Made at the Meeting, 579
  • Patent Rights of Employers and Workmen, 315
  • Premium System, The, (263), 301, (309)
  • Premium System and the Foundry, 599
  • South Wales and Monmouthshire Iron and Steel Workers, Mechanics, &c,. Meeting at Abergavenny ,Wages to be Reduced, (35)
  • Status of the Mechanic in the United States. 366
  • Steel Trade Struggle, 373
  • Strike, Boiler Shops, Palmer’s Shipbuilding and Iron Company, (264), (333), (356)
  • Messrs. R. Craggs and Sons’ Shipyard, (21)
  • Harland and Wolff’s Shipbuilding Yard, (345)
  • William Jessop and Sons, Limited, (405) at Marseilles, Maritime, 325, (370) Monmouthshire Colliers, (205)
  • South Staffordshire and North Worcestershire Rivet and Bolt Trade, ended, (182)
  • Syndicate, a World-wide Steel, 600
  • Wages, Coal Miners’, 208
  • Dispute in the Shipbuilding Trade on North-East Coast, (534), (546), (555),
  • London, 371
  • United States in 1903, (370) Reduction, Scottish Miners’, (85) ? Reduction, South Wales and Monmouthshire, (35)
  • of the South Wales Colliers, No Alteration in, (134)
  • LABOUR and Prosperity, 185
  • Lampblack as Fuel, Use of, (323)
  • Land in London, Plots of. Attempt to Let by Auction, (85)
  • Lathe, Sin. Capstan, Tangye Tool and Electric Company, Limited, 630
  • Lathes, See also Supplement^ November 1904

Launches and Trial Trips:

  • 20, 46, 74, 94, 138, 193, 219, 241, 265, 284, 307, 332, 357, 380, 453, 504, 525, 554, 632
  • LAUNDRY at Guy’s Hospital, 465
  • Laws, Mr. W. G., (650)
  • Lead Output, 1903, Spain’s, (253)

Leaders:

  • American Pumping Engines, 448
  • Ball Bearings, 14
  • Belgian Steel Works, Position of, 548
  • Boiler Explosion in Paris, 38, 63
  • Boiler Explosion, A Remarkable, 391
  • Boilers for the Navy, 159
  • British Association Reform, 256
  • British Plate Convention, A, 422
  • British Railways, Working of, 232
  • Canada and Damping. 38
  • Conciliation and the Moulder, 574
  • Consulting Engineers and our Export Trade. 278 ’
  • Derailments, 371
  • Dry Air in the Blast Furnace, 499, (532) Education of the Mining Engineer, 90 Efficiency of Heat Engines, 348
  • Electric Main Line Railways, 600
  • Electric Railways, High-speed, 136
  • Electric Tramways in London, 501
  • Electricity in Factories, Use of, 500
  • Engine Failures, 207
  • Engineers in the United States Navy, 647 Explosion of Gaseous Mixtures, 87 Explosion in Paris, Boiler, 38, 63 Farmers, Railways and Motor Vans, 372 French Marine, The, 524
  • French Naval Reform, 393
  • Gas Turbines, 422.
  • German Coal Mines, Nationalisation of, 184
  • German Steel Syndicate Troubles, 114
  • H.M.S. Terrible, 524
  • Impact Tests, (517), 523
  • Iron and Steel in the United States, 231 Japan’s Sea Power, 302
  • Labour and Trade, 395
  • Live Rail, The,421.
  • Live Rails, Protection of, 207
  • Live Steam Feed-water Heating, 184
  • Locomotive Derailments, Tank, 624
  • Locomotive Explosion in Paris, 397
  • London Wages, 371
  • Maritime Strike at Marseilles, 325
  • Motor Cars and the Public, 278
  • Municipal Expenditure, 474
  • Nozzles and Fans, 548
  • Pounds and Pennies, 6-1
  • Premium System, The, 301
  • Premium System and the Foundry, The, 599
  • Priming and Baffle Plates, 547
  • Rail Convention, International, 396
  • Rail Motor Cars, 160
  • Railway Accidents, 573
  • Railway Passenger v. Goods Traffic, 208 Resistance of Air to Trains, 303 Royal Agricultural Society, The, 347 Shipbuilding in Germany, 63, 448 Speed in Warships, The Value of, 114 Steam Boiler Energy, 13
  • Power Economics, 135
  • Traction on Common Roads, 447
  • Trials of Modern Warships, 473 Turbines, 474
  • Superheated Steam and Leakage, 118
  • Surface Contact Tramways, 326
  • Steel, 255, 623
  • Bridge Syndicate io Germany, 256 in England, Foreign, 14 Initial Stress in, 277 Model Tests for, 648 Structure of High-speed, 90 Syndicate Troubles, German, 114 Syndicate, A World-wide, 600 Trade Struggle, The, 373 Tank Engine Derailments, 624 Tariff Commission, The, 89 Thames Steamboats, 423 Theory of Alatter, The New, 183 Trade and Science, 160 Tramways, Running Po.wers over, 38 Valves and Valve Gear, 500, (632) Welsh Coal, 325

Sub-Leaders:

  • American Shipbuilding, 232
  • America and Industrial Alcohol, 61
  • Armour Plates, American, 133 Attempt to Wreck the Connecticut, 423 Belgian, Locomotive Construction, 161 Boiler Explosion in Paris, 38 Bridge, Renewing a Railway, 64
  • British Westinghouse Company, Limited, 575 Coal Contracts, Railway, 624
  • Chamois, Loss of the, 326
  • Coalminers’ Wages, 208
  • Coal, Welsh, 257
  • Commander Peary’s New Vessel, 423
  • Copper, 348
  • Corrosion, A Curious Case of, 115
  • Croton Dam, The, 209
  • Draught of Moving Steamers, 209
  • Dumping, 279
  • Dynamics of a Ship Launch, 449
  • Eight Hours’ Day, The, 475
  • Electric Railway Coaches, 649
  • Electric Railway, A Single-phase, 257 Engineering Progress, 475
  • Engineers and Iron, 549
  • High-speed Cutting, 624
  • India, The Future of, 449
  • Iron Ore and the United Kingdom, 185
  • Iron Warrants, 90
  • Labour and Prosperity, 185
  • Lake Steamships, 475
  • Liverpool and Southport Railway, The, 184 London County Council Estimates, 624 Miners’ Wages in Yorkshire, 14 Municipal Monopolies in Paris, 501
  • SpeoiHcation, A, 91 Trading Accounts, 14
  • Oil Fuel Burners, 549
  • Panama Canal, The, 348
  • Patents, A Curiosity in, 232
  • Pneumatic Tools, 209
  • Railway Coal Contracts, The, 601
  • Railways, Careless Working on, 648
  • Rights of Property in Drawings, 601
  • Shipbuilding, American, 232
  • Shipbuilding, British and Foreign, 39
  • Standards for Electrical Machinery, 185 Steelmaking in the United States, 549 Steel Rails in Canada, 232
  • Sulphur, in Illuminating Gas, 161
  • Tramway Companies and Roadway Repairs, 91
  • Water Supply of New York, The, 115
  • Workmen’s Trains, 525
  • Workshops at Sea, 601

LEAN, Mr. Joel, 168

  • Leeds, New Hospitals at, (368), 406
  • Leeds University, Financial Requirements, (597)

Legal Intelligence:

  • Baxter, Limited, H., i>, Mr. H. 11. Marsden, (445)
  • Estler Brothers v, J. Tylor and Sons, Limited, 601
  • Pearson v. Great Western Railway Company, 120
  • Pilkington, Limited, u. B. and S. Massey, 163 Secretary of State for War v, John Murray, (111)
  • Vail, Mr. T. L. Harding, 19
  • LEGAL Obligations of a Contractor, The, 173 Letter Weight, Callender’s Cable, 30

Letters to the Editor :

  • Acetylene Gas Engines, Alf. DougiU and Co., Limited, 651 ; Frank Eames, £03
  • Wheels, Alp, £32, 629, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited,
  • Air Ejectors, W. A. Granger, 551 Injectors, Inquirer, 532 Pump Efficiency, Henry Milne, 479 Pumps, Sykes Benn, 252, 352; D. A
  • Bremner, 280. 437 ; A. C. P., 280. ‘676 ; J. E. Weyman. 375
  • Australian Patents, Collison and Co., 330
  • ^'co^^427 Marks. Edward Evans and
  • ® Moncrfeff7i9“‘'““ Scott-
  • Ball Bearings, The Heilman Manufacturing •D L-mited, 93 ; Thos. W. How 43
  • Barrel Truck, John F. Elsworth, 93 Belts, Care and Usage of, Edwin Haviland, 92 ® ®i’5®r;atory. Disestablishment of,
  • W. W. Black, 679 ’
  • Boiler Cov^enngs, Silvanus P. Thompson, (110), Explosion, The Paris, E. J., 93 Nielausse, H. P., 651; c. H, S., 93- p Bassett, 93; Ered Hovenden, 93
  • Bailers, Ciroulation in. I. P. D., 187; Donald H. Lea, 235 for the Navy, Nauticus, 186 Water-tube and Reducing Valves,
  • • II. Bailey, 352 Bleacher’s, Engineer, 280; Millowners, 252, 331’ ^80; Roy les „ R T 1 ” P S-> 307 ; X., 280
  • British Goods Made in Germany, X. Y. Z,,
  • Cable Groynes, R. G. Allanson Winn, 427
  • Centenarian Railway Advertisement, W. IJ.
  • a®'’ oof Bxport Trade, A neers'flSe^’^^’’’ ’ ^^""^^cturing Engi-
  • Compression Tests, J. S. Wicksteed, 235 ' Corrosion, Curious Case of, J. S. V. Bickford,
  • Creeping of Rails, R., 43
  • ^5^-^'629 Purnace, Philip Parsons,
  • Efficiency of a Suction Gas Plant, Crossley
  • Bros., Limited, 532
  • E'ootrolytic Methods of Treating Tin Scrap, Batchelor and Co., Limited, 131
  • * Enterpris’s in Canada, The
  • Western Outlook, 70
  • Engineers’ Speci 6 cations, M.T.M.E., 453
  • Engines, High-speed Internal Combustion, E. Hops, 235 ’
  • Bumping, Hathorn, Davey and Co.,
  • Feed-water Heating, Beschwood. 213
  • Iriotional Losses in Steam Turbines, R M Neilson, 331
  • Fenders for Motor Cars. Fred. T. Jane, 70
  • Girders, Plate Web-see Plate Web Girders
  • He.at Insulating Media, Relative Efficiency o
  • Lionel Cresswell, 43
  • Navalis, Q’ Berplexed, 532, 579, 629 ; Son
  • £79^ 628? Tifiy
  • 579 : Beechwoed, 629; w. Rider, 605 ; R. Sproule, 605
  • Induced Draught,'Philip Parsons, 629 Locomotives, High-speed, A Locomotive Fireman, 19
  • Locomotives, Derailment of Tank, C. E. Stretton, 605, 651
  • Locomotives on the Pennsylvania Railway, Performance of Express, E. L. Coster, 212
  • Manchester Sewage Disposal, Geo. F. Walter (130), 213
  • Manufacturers’ Representatives, Contractor,
  • Minors, Air-cooled, Progress of the, Chas. W, Dixon, 352 ; F. W. Lanohester, 375
  • Motors. Air-cooled, and Big Castings. F. Strickland. 401
  • Motor Car Speeds, J. S. V. Bickford, 330 ; Goo. M. Seabroke, 330
  • Fenders for, Fred. T. Jane. 70 Length of. A, 606 and the Public, John Henry Knight. 307; Wm. M. Rose, 307
  • Vehicles, Avellana, 19; A., 19; A. V. Roe, 19
  • Nile Irrigation, W. Willcocks, 352, 401 Patent Laws, New, T. Jensen, 629
  • Pelton Wheels, J. Dawson. 213 ; Geo. T. Par- 213, 252; W.H.T.. 187, (213),
  • 235 ; A. Vane, 252 '
  • Plate Web Girders, J. D., 306 ; Walter H.
  • Dickenson, 331 ; A Journeyroan Draughts- man, 306 ; W. E. Lilly, 306 ; Midland Engineering Bureau, 331 ; J. R. Porter. 352 ; J. F. Robertson, 401 ; J. Kenneth Sargent, 401; S Stansfield, 375; W. H. Thorpe, 306; U.S.A., 306 ; X.Y., 375; The Writer, 331
  • Postal Regulations, Victim, 401
  • Protection of the Live Rail, M. Inst. C.E., 235 Railway, 307
  • Pumping Acid Water, Australia, 331
  • Pumping Machinery, Cardiff Docks. Gwynnes
  • Limited. 606
  • Pumps. Air—see Air Pumps
  • Rail Motor Carriages. Experienced, 307 : A.
  • Morris Bushell. 307
  • Railway Accidents. Clement E. Stretton. 605. 651
  • Motor Cars. E. W. Walker. 187
  • Motor Coaches, Old, C. W. V., 187 and Tramway Competition, W. V. B., 352
  • Reaction in a Diverging Nozzle, R. M. Neilson, (see 503), 532, 579, 629 ; Tester, 551, 6G6
  • Resistance of Air to Trains, R. S. K., 331
  • Screw Propellers, Arthur Rigg, 186
  • Screw Propulsion. Problem of, A. E. Berriman,
  • Secret Commissions, Fair Trade, 131
  • Shears, Circular. Joseph Rhodes and Sons. Limited, 353
  • Signals at Waterloo Station, Defective, Semaphore, 186
  • Standardised Water Fittings, Londoner, 651
  • Letters to the Editor (continued):
  • Steam Cost Appropriation, Vapor, (453) Engines, Power of, A. W. Brightmore, 70
  • Pipe Coverings, Silvanus P. Thompson, 70, 131
  • Traction on Common .Roads, W. Fletcher, 479 ; James Robinson, 479
  • Pipe Coverings, Sam. H. Davies, 110. (131)
  • Production, Cheap, E. Bennis and Co., 651 ; Easton and Anderson, 651 ; C. D. Leng. 629
  • Turbines, Tester, 503, (532)
  • Steel Failure, A Mysterious,-Boilermaker, 306 ; Glasgow, 303 ; J. E. Stead, 206 (High-speed) Twist Drills and Milling Cutters, Cammoll, Laird and Co,, Limited, 110
  • Initial Stress in, Dunelm, 331 ; Senex, 331
  • Vanadium, Aug. F. Wiener, 18, 235
  • Storage Batteries, R. E. Crompton, 479
  • Summer Train Services, C. Rous-Marten, 187; Clement E. Stretton, 131
  • Tank Engine Derailments, Croxted, Clement E. Stretton, 651
  • Thames Passenger Steamers, Proposed, Loftus Patton Perkin a, 579
  • Thermodynamic Problem, A, J. J., 651
  • Torpedoes in Action,Refisx, 306
  • Trade Expenditure, Supervision and Control of, A. Morris Bushell, 110
  • Tunnelling through Water-bearing Strata, B., 43
  • Turbino Efficiency, Student, 187; Robert H. Smith, 235 ; R. M. Neilson, 252
  • Turbines, J. A. S., 19
  • Turning Record, One Interested, 628
  • Valves and Valve Gear, W. T. Bell, (500), 532 Vanadium Steel, Aug. F. Wiener, 18, 235 Water Circulation in Boilers, H. Coke Powel, 110
  • Water Power in South Africa, Pioneer, 453

Letters from our own Correspondents

  • LIFTS, Passenger, Mr.T, E. Brown on, 537
  • Lifts, Sewage, at Douglas, 116
  • Lighthouse Engineering, Mr. T. Matthews, M. Ribibre, and Lieut.-Col. Lockwood on, 487
  • on Hyskior Rock, Western Scotland, (35)
  • at St. Catherine’s Point, The New, (597)
  • on the West Coast of Vancouver Island, (323)
  • Lighting Standards, 549
  • Linslade, Sewerage and Sewage Disposal, (182) Liquid Air, Commercial Possibilities of, 612

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

  • Abitazioni Popolari, Ls (Case Operari), Effren Magrini, (229)
  • All the World’s Fighting Ships, Fred, T. Jane, (204), 392 ?
  • American Institution of Architects, Proceedings of the Thirty-seventh, Glenn Brown, (539)
  • Architects’ and Builders’ Pocket-book, The, Frank E. Kidder, (363)
  • Assuan Reservoir and Lake Mosris, Sir Wm. Willcocks, (204)
  • Astronomy, Fireside, D. W. Horner, (410)
  • Automobil und Motorboot Industrie, Jahrbuch der, Emst-Newberg, (204)
  • Baltimore Conflagration, Record of, Edwin 0. Sachs, (539)
  • Berochnung Elektrischer Leitungsuetze in Theorie und Praxis, Josof Herzog und C. Feldmann, (449)
  • Bdton et au Cement Arm^, Traits, Thdorique et Pratique de la Resistance des Materiaux Appliquee au, M. de Tedesco and A. Maurel, (164)
  • Billiards Mechanically Treated, G. W, Hemming, (494)
  • Bridge Construction, Types and Details of, Frank W. Skinner, (229), 288
  • British Sewage Works, M, N. Baker, (410)
  • Biitfsh Standard Sec) ions, Properties of, Published^by Crosby, Lockwood and Co,, 136
  • Cambridge Physical Series—Mechanics, John Cox, 196
  • Centrifugal Pumps, Turbines, and Water Motors, Chas. H. Innes, (229), (293)
  • Chemical Ensiineeriog, Hand-book of, G. E, Davis, (539)
  • Clyde Passenger Steamer, The, Capt, Jas. Williamson, (164), 193, (363)
  • Coal Mining and the Coal Trade, Annals of, R. L. Galloway, (539)
  • Coal Mining, Practical. (349)
  • Colliery Manager’s Hand-book, The, Caleb Pamely, (363)
  • Commercial German in Two Parts, Hein and Becker, (363)
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Buel and Hill, (363), 392; Charles F. Marsh, (362), 637
  • Customers’ Guide to Banking, Henry Warren, (229)
  • Cowlyd Waterworks, T. B. Farrington, (293)
  • Dampfturbinen Entwieklung Systeme Bau und Verwendung, Wilhelm Gentsch, (494)
  • Decirnal Coinage and the Metric System of Weights and Measures, Inquiry into and Explanations of, Edwyn Anthony, (181)
  • Destructors (Small) for Institutional and Trade Waste, W. Francis Goodrich, (392)
  • Docks, Wharves, &c., on the Thames, Particulars of Dry and Wet, Chas. H. Jordan, (293)
  • Drapers’ Company Research Memoirs, Technical, Series II., L. W. Atcherley, (392)
  • Duncan’s Manual of Tramways, Omnibuses, and Electric Railways, T. J. Whiting and Co., (229)
  • Dorham College of Science, N‘ewcastle-on-Tyne, Published by A, Reid and Co., (268)
  • Eirth Dams : A Study, by Burr Bassoil, (449)
  • Earth and Moon, Comparison of the Features of the, N, H, Shaler, (164)
  • Eisenbahnwesens in Technischer Beziehung, Organ iur die Fortschritte des, C. W. Krisdel, Verlag, (363)
  • Electrical Engineers’ Year-book and Directory of Light, Power, and Traction Stations, 1905, Fowler’s, (539)
  • Electrical Machinery, The Diseases of. Ernst Schulz, (204)
  • Electric Flashes, or the System of Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, A. T. M. Johnson, (164)
  • Furnace, Henri Moissan (translated from the French), 449
  • Furnaces and their Industrial Application, J. Wright, (363)
  • Lighting, Private House, F. H. Taylor, (627)
  • Lighting and Traction Works, Directory and Statistics of, C. S. Vesev Brown, (539)
  • Motors, Continuous-Current Motors and Induction Motors : Their Theory and Construction, H. M. Hobart, (164)
  • Practice, Modern, Edited by Magnus Maclean, (15); Vol. HI., (363)
  • Tramways and Light Railways, Management of, Wm. R. Bowker, (15)
  • Electricity in the Service of Man, R. M. Walmsley, (449)
  • Elek'trieiiats Lehre, Einleitung in die Theore- tische, Dr. Ignaz Vallentin, (494)
  • Elektrische Bogenlicht Das, Seine Entwicklung und Seine Physikalischen Grundlagen, Walther Biegon von Czudncchowski, (65)
  • Elementary Questions and Answers, Albert E. Bittie, (410)
  • Encyclopedia of Trade between the United States of America and France. G. Hanotaux, (494) ’
  • Engineering Standards Committee, The. Interim Reports, (229)
  • Engineering Telegraph CodeBook, A. H. Blackburn and Jas. Stevens, (293)
  • Engines, 04, Design and Construction of, A. H Goldingham, (164)
  • Engines and Power Generators, Modern, Rankin Kennedy, (204)
  • Factory Manager and Accountant, The, Horace Lucian Arnold, 65
  • Fine and Graphic Arts, Subject List of Works on the, in the Patent Office Library, (637) Flottes de Combat en 1904, Les, by Commandant le Marquis de Balincourt, 539
  • Forest Engineering for India, Manual of, Chas. Gilbert Rogers, in Three Vols., (15)
  • Forge Practice, Elementary, John Lord Bacon, (392)
  • French Reader for Science Students, Lectures Scientifiques, (392)
  • Gas Works Directory and Statistics, 1904, (164) German Working Claes in the Last Quarter'of a Century, Progress of, W. J. Ashley, (627)
  • Handbook of Stations on the Railways of the United Kingdom, (197)
  • Hebezeuge Die, Ein Handbueh fur Entwurf Construktion und Gewichtsbestimmung. Hugo Bethmann, (197)
  • Hydraulic Power and Hydraulic Machinerv,
  • Prof. H, Robinson, (164), (293) i
  • Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland, Vol I XXX., (268)
  • Electrical Engineers, Journal of the, Geo. C. Lloyd, (229)
  • Engineers, The Junior, Record of Transactions, Vol. xiii.. Edited by W. T. Dunn, (65)
  • Mining and Metallurgy, Transactions of the. Vol. xi., Parts I. and II., (164)
  • Iron and Steel Institute, Journal of the, Edited by Bennett Brough, (268)
  • Light, Analytical Theory of, Jas. Walker. (494)
  • Liverpool Engineering Society, Transactions of the, R. C. F. Annett, (229)
  • Loci in Mechanical Drawing, Alex. MacLav (164), (293)
  • Locks and Builders’ Hardware, Henry R. Towne (591) '
  • Locomotive Operation, G. R. Henderson (539)
  • Lokomotive Die, lllustrierte Monats Fach- Eisenbahn Techniker, Wien, (181)
  • London County Council School of Photo Engraving and Lithography, Prospectus and Timetable for 1904-5, (293)
  • Machines and Tools Employed in the Working of Sheet Metals, R. B. Hodgson, (363)
  • Magnetism, W. Hibbert, (164)
  • Marine Engineering, Text-book of, Engineer Commander A. E. Tompkins, 410
  • MaFchinenbau, Hilfsbuchlur den, Er. Freytag, (15), 65
  • Mathematics, Preliminary Practical, S. G. Starling, (204)
  • Matriculation Directory, The Calendar, 1903-4, (164)
  • Mechanical Drawing, Elements of, Alpha Pierce Jamieson, (392)
  • Mechanical World Pocket and Year-book for 1905, (449)
  • Mechanics, Elementary Manual on Applied, Andrew Jameson, (392)
  • Michigan College of Mines, 1903-4, Year-book of,(293)
  • Mid-Tyne Link, Edited by A. G, Hood, (65), (449)
  • Metal Working, Paul W. Hasluck, (539)
  • Metric Fallacy, The, by Fred, A. Halsey ; and The Metric Failure in the Textile Industry, by Sam. S. Dale, 590
  • Motors and Motor Driving, Alfred Harmsworth, 136, (164)
  • Nauticus, Jahrbuch fur Deutschland’s, See- Interessen, E. S. Mittler u. Sohn, (65), 196
  • Naval Pocket-book, The, Sir W. Laird (ylowes, (65)
  • New Streets, Laying out and Making up, A. Taylor Allen, (449)
  • Northampton Institute (City Polytechnic), E.C., Announcements, Educational and Social for the Session 1904-5, (293)
  • Our Navy for a Thousand Years, Capt, Sir S. Eirdley-Wilmot, (181)
  • Oil Fields of Russia and the Russian Petroleum Industry, A. Beeby Thompson, 115
  • Paint and Varnish, Industrial and Artistic Technology of, (363)
  • Patents, 1903, Annual Report of the Commissioners of Washington, (539)
  • Petrol Motor, How to Build a, Jas. F. Gill, , (591) „
  • Physical Science, Recent Development of, Wm, Cecil Dampier Whetham, (204). 293
  • Pioneer Irrigation and L’ght Railways, E. 0. Mawson and E. R. Calthrop, (65), (293), Plate Girders, Design of, W. E. Lilley, (539) Pocket-book of Useful Formula and Memoranda for Civil and Mechanical Engineers, Sir G. L. Molesworth and H. B. Moleswortb, (65)
  • Political Economy, National System of, Fred. List, (637)
  • Portland Cement, A. C. Davis, (293)
  • Portland Cement for Users, D. B. Butler, (539) Practical Engineers’ Pocket-book, 1905, Simpkin, Marshall and Co., Limited, (539)
  • Engineers’ Pocket-book, 1905, The Technical Publishing Company, Limited, (539)
  • Science, Mechanics, Hydrostatics, and Heat, J. H. Leonard and W. H. Salmon, (494)
  • Proell’s Rechentafel fiir Dampf-turbinen, Julius Springer, Berlin, (268)
  • Purification of Sewage, Sydney Barwise, (181) Railway Maximum Rates and Charges, M. B. Cotsworth, (15)
  • Railway Officials, Universal Directory of, 1904, S. R. Blundstone, (164)
  • Railway Sienalling, Mechanical, H. Raynor Wilson, (539)
  • Ratepayers’ Guide, H. Goddard, (349)
  • Ready Reference Tables, Vol. I., Conversion Factors of Every Unit or Measure in use, Carl Hering, (164), (293)
  • Resistenza dei Material!, Pietro Gallizia, (229) River, Road, and Rail, Francis Fox, (539) Royal Navy List, Lieut.-Col. Francis Lean, (164)
  • St. Louis International Exhibition, 1904, Department C, Liberal Arts, Catalogue of British Exhibits classified under Group 23, Chemical and Pharmaceutical Arts, Issued by the Royal Commission, (65)
  • Sewerage and Sewage Disposal Apparatus, S. H. Adams, (449)
  • Smoke Prevention and Fuel Economy, Booth and Kershaw, (363)
  • Spanish-English Dictionary of Mining Terms. Fred. Lucas, (293) ’
  • Specifications in Detail, Frank W. Macey, (164)
  • Steam, First Stage, J. W. Haywood, (164) Steam and the Steam Engine, Elementary Manual on, Andrew Jamieson, (65), (449) Steel Concrete, Notes on, Major J. Winn, (65) Surveying, Practical, Geo. Wm. Usill, (392) Tariff History, Modern Germany, United States, France, Percy Ashley, (494) Technical Subjects, Untechnical Addresses on Jas. Douglas, (539) ’
  • Technische Huffsmittel zur Befbrderung und Lagerungin Sammelkorpern (Massengiiteml M. Buhle II. Theil, (15), 136
  • Technische Untersuchungsmethoden zur Be- triebskontrolle, Julius Brand, 410, (449)
  • Technology Quarterly and Proceedings of the Society of Arts, Smithsonian Inst., (164) Telephone Service, Past, Present and Future Herbert Laws Webb, (181) ’
  • Teubner’s Sammlung von Lehrbiicher auf dem Gebiete der Mathematischen Wissenschaften Band XT., A. G. Webster, (539) ’
  • Thomason Engineering College, Roorkee. Handbook of, (293)
  • Timbers of Commerce and their Identification Herbert Stone, (229), (363) ’
  • Turbine a Vapore ed a Ga?, Guiseppe Belluzzo 494 ’
  • Turbinen, Dampf, Entwickelung, Systeme, Bau u. Verisendung, Wilhelm Gentsch, 566
  • Turbines, Model Steam, H. H. Harrison, (539) United States Naval Institute, Proceedings of P. R. Alger, (204) ’
  • University College, Bristol, Calendar for Session 1904-1905.(268)
  • University College of London, Calendar Session 1904-5, (363)
  • Warships, Edw. L. Attwood, (181)
  • Warships, Text-book on the Construction, Protection, Stability, Turning, &c., of War Vessels, Edw. L. Attwood, 362
  • Work and Wages, Sydney A. Chapman, (449) * World's Work and Play, The, Henry Norman, (229)
  • LITTLE, Mr. Christopher James, (303)
  • Live Steam ” Feed-water Heating, 184
  • Liverpool, Commercial Museum and Bureau of Scientific Information, Proposed, {^^7}
  • Liverpool University, 129
  • Log Band Saw, Horizontal, Messrs. A. Ransome and Co., 273, 398
  • London County Council Estimates, 624
  • Improved Regulations as to Haulage in London by Traction Engines, (323)
  • Report as to the Valuation in Force on April 6th,(597)
  • Longridge, Michael, on Gas, Oil, and Steam for Power, 377, 403
  • Loom, Hattersley Automatic, 31
  • Lowestoft and the Necessity of Foreshore Protection, (370)
  • Lubrication, Axiom System of, 162
  • Luca] Oil Fuel Burner, The, 330
  • Lumber Carried by a Log Raft to Sau Francisco, (253)
  • McCLEAN, Mr. Frank, 478
  • McDonald, Mr, John Allen, (625)

Machine Tools:

  • Boring Machines for the United States, James Spencer and Co.,(20)
  • Boring Mill, SOin. Double, Webster and Bennett, 320, 321 .
  • Drilling Machine, Sensitive, Messrs. Spong and Co.. 350
  • Slot, Mr. Sharp, 52 1840, Nasmyth’s, 52
  • Milling, and Boring (Horizontal), Messrs. Ward, Haggas and Co., 645 File-cutting, German, (345) Hammer, Nasmyth, 1 Hammer, Sykes, 2
  • Lathe Carrier, “ Saltley,” 551 Electrically-driven, Hulse and Co. {Supplement, NGvember 4th, 1904), 582
  • High-speed (Supplement, yoveniber 4th, 1904), 582
  • (S^in.) High-speed Capstan, Tangye Tool and Electric Company, Limited, 630 (lOin.) High-speed, Parkinson’s, 442 (12iin.) High-speed, Miley’s Machine Tool Company, 442, 443
  • (28in.) High-speed, Dean, Smith and
  • Grace, 444
  • Tool Dynamometer, Experiments with a, Mr. J. T. Nicholson on, (66)
  • Treble-geared High-speed, G. Wilkinson and Sons, 645
  • Market for, in Moscow, (35)
  • Milling Cams, Machine for, Jas. Spencer and Co., (20)
  • Painting Machine, Wallach Bros., 304
  • Planing and Glass-papering Machine, John Pickles and Son, 166
  • Planing Machine with Cushioned Drive, Messrs. Smith and Coventry, 304
  • Pneumatic Tools, 209
  • Saw, Horizontal Log Band, Messrs, A. Ransome and Co., 273, 398
  • Saw, Multiple Band, Mr, Erskine Muirhead, 366
  • Shears, Circular, Messrs. Hulse and Co., Limited, 322
  • Some Early (Supplement, November No. v,, i.; No. vl., 62
  • Steam Excavator, Mr. A. W. Robinson, 350 Tool Grinder, 504
  • Woodworker, The Wadkin, 502, 503
  • MACHINERY Imported into Russia nJ Windau, 1903, Value of, (299)
  • Magnesium Wire Flame or Acetylene Light, Use of, for Distinguishing Iron and Copper Pyrites, (182)
  • Magnetic Alloys from Non-magnetic Metals, Production of, (445)
  • Induction, Apparatus for Ascertaining Effect of Pressure on, (345)
  • Observatory, Dumfriesshire, (111) Manufacturers’ Representatives, 375 Manufacturing Plant, Value of the Chemist and Metallurgist to a, by Mr. H. C. Loudenbeck, 43
  • Map of Navigable Canals and Steamer Routes in Bengal, 640
  • Maps of the Nile, 243, 268, 289
  • Railway and Tramway System on Tyneside, 261
  • Marey, Professor, 19
  • Margarine instead of Russian Tallow to be Used on Launching New Ships, (445)
  • ' Marsh Bros, and Co., Messrs., Celebrate the 250Lh Anniversary of their Establishment, (355)
  • Master Cutler, Mr. Geo. Hall Installed, (356), His Guests at a Sheffield Works, 376
  • Matter, The New Theory of, Mr. Balfour, 183, 185, 189
  • Mechanic in the United States, Status of the, 366
  • Mechanism of Combustion, Professor H. B. Dixon on the, 37
  • Metal Industry in Christiania, (182)
  • Production of British Columbia, Six
  • Month.?’, (157)
  • Hardness of, Professor Turner on, (583) under Pressure, Increase and Diminuticn cf Density of some, (111)
  • Metallic Surfaces, Protection of, Mr. H. Brandon on, 391
  • Metallurgical Smelting House, Birmingham University, (263)
  • Metallurgy, The Beginnings of, (445)
  • Metric System, The, 380
  • Metric System and the Ordnance Survey, The, 96
  • Mexican Currency Law, Bill for the Reform of, (546)
  • Micrometers, New System of, M. G, Millschau 03, (445)
  • Middlesbroogh, Freedom of the Borough to be Conferred on Mr. A. J. Dorman, (365)
  • Milk-drying Machine, The Just-Haim'iker, 16 Milk, Sterilisation of, in Buenos Ayres, (253) Mill,” The “ Chinese ” and the “ Tube, (285) Mills, Flour, Worked with Petroleum, in Damascus, (276)
  • Wills, Tube, in the Transvaal, 216
  • Milner’s Speed Indicator, 551
  • Mineral Prcduction, 1903, Indian, 380
  • Products ot South Wales, 1902, 1903, Value of, (157)
  • Statistics, Our, 570
  • Miners’ Wages in Yorkshire, 15
  • Mining and the Inventor, South African, 322, 352
  • Machinery, Electric, (386)
  • Machinery, Messrs. Heenan and Froude, for the De Baers Company, (216)
  • Matters, South Africa, (582)
  • and Metallurgy in Scandinavia, Notes cn,308
  • News, Sinking done at the Klienfontein Shaft in the Transvaal in Five Months, (35)
  • News, Sinking done at the Waihi Gold Mine, in New Zealand, (35)
  • Schools in Prussia, Reorganisation of, (419)
  • in South Africa, (216), (430) Statistics, Colonial and Foreign, 125

Motors:

  • Air-cooled, 326, 352, 375, 401
  • Electric, used in the Olympia Cotton Mills, Columbia, (346)
  • Electric Motors in Factories, Rules for, 115 Horse-power Competition for Petrol, Capt. C. C. Longridge, 340
  • Internal Combustion, Mr. D. Clerk on Flame Temperatures in, 210
  • Petroleum, on Swedish Fishing Boats, (419) Petroleum, on Thames Launches, (419)
  • Speed Controller for, American Electric and Controller Company of New York, 627

Motor Vehicles and Matters Connected therewith:

  • American Car and Foundry Company, New Establishment at Trafford Park, (571)
  • Armoured Motor Tractor, Messrs, CammelJ, Laird and Co., 542
  • Autocycle Club, 1000 Mile Trials of Motor Cycles, (205)
  • Automobile Club, Map showing Routes for Small CarTrials, (134), 261
  • Motor Boat Reliability Trials, (571)
  • Prince of Wales Vice-patron of, (646)
  • Race for Tourist Cars Next Year, (671)
  • Trials of Small Cars, (205), (233)
  • of France, Cross-Channel Boat Race Organised by the, (157)
  • Automobile Mutual Protection Association, Meeting of Council, (253) !
  • Automobile Service between Sukhim and NovorQssiisk to be undertaken by Private Enterprise, (419)
  • Automobiles Exported from France, Value of, (621)
  • Automobilism, Costs of Electric, R. H. Smith on, 314
  • Bill to make Owners as well as Drivers Responsible for Accidents, in Germany, (521)
  • Boat Races, 61, 120,131, 157, (299), (323), (345), (393). (471). (498). (697). (621)
  • Boats, Reliability Trials for, 166
  • British Motor Car Industry, Hands Employed in,(597)
  • British Motor Fittings, Tires, &c.,Demand for, in Rome, (157)
  • Cars Belonging to the Motor Volunteer Corps, Intimation from the War-office Respecting the, (134)
  • and Cycles Registered on April 1 in the United Kingdom, (253) ; up to June, 1904, 11
  • in Use in France, 1903, (299) in Use in the United Kingdom, Number of, (134) for Ceylon, (578)
  • Chemical Fire Engine, The Wolseley, (296) Clarkson’s, Limited, Steam Omnibus for London, (323), 344
  • Compensation for Wear and Tear of, Allowed to Army Officers Using (heir Own on Public Service, (253)
  • Costs of Electric Automobilism, R. H. Smith ' on,314
  • Demand in Calcutta for Motor Cars, (419) Driving Wheels, The New, for Motor Cars of the Society Electromotion, (182)
  • Electric Bell to Notify Drivers when Speed Limit is Reached, (642)
  • Electric Motor Carriage Brought Oat in Paris, Employing Slow-speed Motors, (380)
  • Four Thousand Miles Motor Car Trial, 601
  • French Firms Engaged in Manufacture of, (471) Ministry of Marine, Official Race for Motor Boats from Calais to Dover, (498)
  • Motor Car Championship, Hill-climbing Competition, (230)
  • Gordon Bennett Cup Race, (471)
  • Great Western Motor Coach Services, (345), 442
  • Heavy Motor Traffic, 201
  • Imports of Motor Cars for July, (230) Italy, Number of Motor Cars in, (11), (230) Jeantaud’s Experiments with, on a Dry and a Muddy Road, (345)
  • Lancashire Steam Motor Company’s Works, Leyland, 270
  • Length of. A., 606
  • Legal Tangle for Owners of, (546)
  • Letters on, from Avellana, A., Q, V. Roe, (19) Light Motor Car, Progress of the, Mr. W. W, Beaumont, 580
  • Lorry Used for Transport by tho 20th jMiddle- sex Ride Volunteers, (134)
  • Madagascar, (182)
  • Manaiuvring Ground for, around Chalons Camn. (253)
  • Motor Vehicles and . Matters Connected therewith (continued):
  • Martini Motor Car, 4000 Miles Trial, 601 Motor Boat Races. 61,120,131,157, (299). (323), (345), (393). (471), (498), (597), (621) Car Act of 1903, The Devonshire County Council and the, (323)
  • Car Services on Railways, (11). (15), (157), 160, 204, 206, (218), (240), 442, (655)
  • Cars and the Public, Leader and Letters on, 278, 307
  • Car Works, Some, 271
  • Cycles at the Stanley Show, 520
  • Lifeboat to be Placed at Newhaven, (230) Mail-carts to Replace Mail Ccaehes between Zurich and Neufchate], (205)
  • Mail-carts, Pcst-cffice Dissatisfied with Working of, (230)
  • Plants, New Company Registered, (583) Volunteer Corps, The, 476
  • Volunteer Corps Manoeuvres in Essex, Attention Attracted in Germany to the Excellent Results, (646)
  • Omnibuses, Eight Petrol, Destroyed by Fire, (546)
  • Omnibuses for London, Two Types of, (323), 344
  • Omnibus Service, Torquay, High Dividend Declared, (571)
  • Omnibus Service between Petersburg and Schusselburg, (205)
  • Omnibuses Required for the Cambrian Railway, (508)
  • Paris Show, 592, 617, 642
  • Petrol, in Germany, (85)
  • Petrol Motors, Horse-power Computation for, Capt, C. C. Longridge, 340
  • Platforms, Underground Moving, New York, (571)
  • Race, Gordon Bennett Cup, (471)
  • Race, Hill-climbing Competition, French*, (230)
  • Races, Motor Boat, 61, 120, 131, 157, (299). (323), (345), (393), (471), (498). (597), (621)
  • Rail Motor Carriages, Letters on, 307
  • Registration and Licences, Motor Cars and Cycles, up to September 30bb, 1904, (370)
  • Registration and Licensing Fees Received by Surrey County Council, (205), (213)
  • Road to the Trossaehs Barred to, (276)
  • Rome, Increased Number of, (157)
  • Rover, 351
  • Side-slip in, Messrs. H. Darwin and V. C. Burton on, 248
  • Small Motor Car Trials, (134), 260, 274, 281, 351
  • Speeds, Letters on, 330
  • Speed, Weight, &c., Regulations of the Local Government Board, (205)
  • Stanley Show, 520
  • Steam Fire Engine for the London County Council, Another, (571)
  • JMotor Coach for the Maharajah Scindia, Messrs. Kerr, Stuart and Co,, 477 Traction on Common Roads, 447 Wagons, Lancashire Steam Motor Company, 270
  • Tractive Effort of, on a Dry and a Muddy Road, Jeantaud’s Experiments, (345)
  • Tyres, Continuous and Endless, Hyath’s, Limited, (370)
  • Van, 24 Horse-power, New Type of, Wolseley Tool and Motor Car Company, (606)
  • Vans, Farmers, Railways and, 372
  • Wagons in South Africa, Demand for, (253) Yacht, Hummono, 332
  • MOLESWORTH, Sir Guildford Lindsey, Presidential Address at the Institution of Civil Engineers, 440
  • Monkbridge Ironworks Jubilee Celebration, (345) Morgan, Mr. James Clifford, (303)
  • Movers, Potential Efficiency of Prime, C. V. Kerr, 68
  • Municipal Expenditure, 474 Monopolies in Paris, 501 Specification, A, 91 Trading Accounts, 15
  • Museum of Practical Geology in Jermyn-street not to be Closed, (85)
  • NAPHTHA Export from Batoum, (61)
  • Naphtha Wells in Apcheron, (61)
  • Nasmith Mr. Joseph, 593
  • Naval Base on the North Coast of Norway, (182)
  • Cadets, Examination for, 273
  • Engineer Appointments, 22, 30, 72, 96, 164, 188, 201, 241, 258, 268, 303, 320, 344, 378, 406, 418, 456, 508, 554, 575, 632, 656
  • Engineer Cadets, Changes to be Introduced at the March Exams., 120
  • Matters and News—see a^so Ships
  • Ports, Defences of our Great, 601
  • Navvy, Steam Crane, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 295, 296
  • Neilson, Mr,, his Obliging Microbe, (646)
  • New Zealand, Forest Lands of, (370)
  • Niagara Palls and Gorge, Professor G. K, Gilbert on the Formation of, (345); Power Company, Gross Earnings, (345)
  • Niagara River, Proposed Improvement of the, 201
  • Nile Irrigation, Sir Hanbury Brown on, 243. 248, 267, 289, 313, 337, 352, 401
  • Nottingham City Council, Schemes Projected bv, (597)
  • Nozzle, Reaction in a Diverging, 551, 629 Nozzles and Fans, 548

Obituary:

  • OIL between Baku and Tiflis, Pipes for Conveying, (205)
  • Fuel, 578 Burners, 549 Burner, The Luca], 330
  • or Gas Well in the United States, The Deepest, (299)
  • in India, Production of Mineral, (111)
  • Mills in Liverpool, (521)
  • Presses at Odessa, British and German Made,
  • Well Shot in Pennsylvania, Oce of the Largest, (85)
  • Wells in the United States, (323)
  • and Steam for Power, Gas, 377, 403
  • Oils that Absorb the Particles of Certain Minerals in Water to the Exclusion of Others, Processes Developed Dependent on this Fact, (182) Oporto, Drainage Works of, (11)

Ordnance and Small Arms:

  • Guns, 4’7io, and Gin., are to bo Keplaced by the 9in,, Rumour that the, (230)
  • Gun, 6in., United States, Weight and Length of, (253)
  • Krupp Works at Essen, Work in the Heavy Gun Department, (521)
  • Lebel Ririe, Alteration of the Sights of, in French Arsenals, (205)
  • Naval Guns, 279
  • Gun Factory, Washington Yard, Extension and Equipment of, (85)
  • Proving Ground, Indian Head, Experiments with Bands for Projectiles Used in the Big Guns, (530)
  • Papers on, by Capt. 0. C. Horney, Capt. E. P. O’Hern, and Capt. T. T. Ames, 562
  • Re-armament of the Artillery, (655)
  • Rifle to be Adopted by the United States Army, New, (276)
  • Rifle for the Greek Troops, New, (546)
  • Survey, The Metric System and the, 96
  • Syringing, Experiments with an Apparatus for, United States, (85)
  • War-office Orders Received by Vickers, Sons and Maxim and Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, (323)
  • Woolwich, Improved Outlook at the Royal Gun Factories, Fresh Orders, (230)
  • ORE and Stone-crushing Machines, 424 Ojmon, Peat Fuel Made in Germany, (370)
  • PAINTING Machine, Wallach Bros., 304 Paints Suited for Engineering Structures, 41 Palladium, Its Properties, (11), (521)
  • Paret, Mr. Dunkin, on Experimental Work with
  • Solid Emery Wheels, 202
  • Paris Anti-Dust League, (35)
  • Parker, Limited, Thos., Annual Report, (20) Patent Infringement Case, (445)
  • Laws, New, 2, 629
  • Office, Examination for Situations as Assistant Examiners in the, (471)
  • Rights of Employers and Workmen, 315 Rules, 1905, 531
  • Patents, Abstracts of British, Publication Called, (445)
  • Australian, (330)
  • A Curiosity in, 232

Patents, Selected American:

  • Air Compressor, S. E. Alley, 658
  • Ammunition Hoist, J. F. Metten, 288
  • Axe Head with Removable Bit, L. L. Gilks, 220 Axles of Vehicles, Pillow or Bush, J. H. Mon- beig and P. Forsans, 288
  • Blast Furnace Top and Charging Device, Vaughan, M'Clure and Boynton, 408
  • Bffler, Locomotive, J. Muhr, 486
  • Boiler, Vertical Tubular, W. Norris, 336 Bridge Pier, B. F. Hudson, 658
  • Burning Portland Cement Clinker, &c., Apparatus for, T. A. Edison, 24
  • Car Wheel, G. W, Curfman, 336
  • Carrier or Conveyor for Projectiles, &?., C. P. E. Schneider, 100
  • Clamp, E. E. Aires, 124
  • Compensating Balance, J. H. Purdy, 76 Concrete Piles, F. Shuman, 146
  • Condensers, T, M. Egnou, 146
  • Condenser System, W. C. Brown, 24 Condensing Air Pump, J. Wilhelmi, 50 Conveyor Rollers, F. N. Merrill, 510
  • Cooling Cylinders of Explosive Engines, F. H. Marsh and C. W. Nichols, 24
  • Cooling Mechanism for Explosive Engines, F. Reaugh, 636
  • Couplings, Rolling Mill, M. M. Suppes, 408
  • Patents, Selected American (coniintted)
  • Crushing Mill, E. C. Griffin, 510
  • Driving Belt, A. Fritz, 24
  • Electric Machines, Coil-retaining Means for
  • I. D. Kaiser, 266
  • Electric Motors, Synchronous, A. Churchward, 312
  • Engine, Duplex Pomping, E. Vogel, 358 Explosive, H. Sohnlein, 658 Gas, or other Internal Combustion, D.
  • Clerk, 486
  • Internal Combustion, Roberts, James and Young, 636
  • Internal Combustion, H. C. Waite, 194 Feed Mechanism for Explosive Engines, L, F. Washbourne, 146
  • Fuel-feed Apparatus, Pulverulent, W. Wolfe, 146
  • Furnace, F. M. Greene, 312
  • Electric, C. G. P. de Laval, 382
  • Grate for Smokeless Combustion, F.
  • Girtanner, 100
  • Shaft, for Destruction of Refuge, H.
  • Ochwat, 510
  • Tilting, Metallurgical, J. A. Potter, 510
  • Gas Coal, Settle and Pad field, 146
  • Gas Producer, W. J. Crossley and T, R’gby 434
  • Glass Furnace, W. T. Nicholls, 191
  • Hopper-feeding Device for Gas Producers, W. J. Knox, 121
  • Hydraulic Press, E. Crowe, 220, 288
  • Hydraulic Rail-binding Tool, C. Wigtel, 172
  • Lamp, Hydro-carbon Incandescent, G. Washington, 124
  • Locomotive Car Seat, B. W. Anderson, 312
  • Locomotive Tender Frame, T. E. Adams, 658
  • Luminants for Incandescent Lamps, F. M. F. Cazin, 636
  • Metal Dam, J. L. Holmes, 586
  • Motor, E. S. Pillsbury and E. Bretch, 586
  • Vehicles, E. S. Lea, 242
  • Vehicles, Fitting for Preventing Sideslip, W. Rourke, 212
  • Nitrating Fibrous Matteis, J. Selwig, 212 Oil-extracting Apparatus, M. Kirshner, 148 Ordnance, Carriage for Disappearing, F. Rausenberger, 486
  • Packing for Pistons and Piston Valves, J. T. Wilson, 50
  • Percussion Fuse, A, T. Dawson and L, Silver- man, 312
  • Pressure Gauge, G. Spencer, 194
  • Pump, Centrifugal, T. Reuter, 610
  • Condensing Air, J. Wilhelmi, 50 Pollycellular Centrifugal, A. Maginot, 658
  • Pumping Apparatus, A. C. E. Rateau, 312, 382 Regulating Device for Motors or Engines, F. Reichenbach, 636
  • Screw-threading Die, A. M. Saunders, 146 Sighting Tube for Vessels, S. Lake, 50 Soldering Apparatus, Wirth and Beech, 358 Speed Gear, Variable, W. T. Leighton, 124 Speed Transmission Device, Variable, W.
  • Evans and P. W. Knauf, 76
  • Spindle Bearing, A, Morcom, 536
  • Starting Vaporiser for Explosive Engines, Wassmann and A. A. Low, 460
  • Staying Plates, J. M. McClellan, 510 Stuffing-box, A. L. Dudley, 76 Superheater, C. Hagans, 610
  • Steam, E. Pielcck, 220 J. H. Rosenthal, 382 Thermo-static Device, C. F. Hilkier, 172 Tongs for Furnace-charging Cranes, C. Taylor, 124
  • Tubes, Manufacture of, A. E, Beck and Townsend, 686
  • Turbine, A. M. Levin, 658
  • Bucket, H. Geisenhauer, 434 Centrifugal, F. Ray, 312 Elastic Fluid, W. J. Cartwright, 558 Forming U-shaped Backets in, Messrs.
  • Kaufhold and Hofmann, 266
  • Generator, W. L. R. Emmett and O. Junggren, 434
  • of the Multiple-expansion Type, C. F. L. Brown, 460
  • Marine Steam, C. A. Parsons, 460 Steam, B. M. Dutton, 408
  • P. J. Hedlund, 358
  • S. N. Smith, 610
  • J. Stumpf, 100 G. Weichell, 336
  • Valve Mechanism for Air Compressors, A, W, and Z. W. Daw, *266
  • Thermostatic, W. E. Barnes, 336
  • Vanadium and Tin Alloys, G. Gin, 242 Water Meter, F, Lambert, 220
  • Wire, Iron or Steel, F. Forsberg, 486
  • PATRICK Metal, (48)
  • Paving Flags from Destructor Slag, Manufacture of, 41
  • Peat Fuel made in Germany, (370)
  • Petrol Lamp, A, Clarafax Lamp Company, 428 Petrol Launches on the Thames, (419)
  • Pelton Wheels, (187), 213, 235, 252 Petroleum, California, (597)
  • Largest Flow ever Struck in Western
  • Virginia, (323)
  • Production, United States, (471) Storage Tanks, Barrow, (498) Photographic Apparatus recording 2000 Impressions per Second, (471)
  • Physical Laboratory, The National, Dr. Glazebrook’s Report on its Work, 248, 452
  • Pipe, 10 square feet of bare, filled with Steam at 1001b. pressure, corresponds to the Waste of Two Tons of Coal per Annum, (182)
  • Plate Girder Webs, 257. 306
  • Platinum Deposits in Eastern Russia, Works for
  • Exploitation of, (205)
  • Output in Russia, (471)
  • World’s I^roduction, its Price since the War in the East, (498)
  • Pneumatic Tools, 209
  • Pneumatic Tubes for Chicago Post-oflBce, Nine Miles of, (276)
  • Point of View, The, Mr. Walter C. Kerr, 653 Polarity Indicator, A Simple and Effective, (498) Pontoon, South Shields, Teesside Bridge and Engineering Company, (534)
  • Portland Cement Industry in Canada, (498) Portland Cement—see also Cement, Portland Postal Regulations, (401)
  • Postal Service and Latter Kates in Franco, Needed Reforms, (471)
  • Pounds and Pennies, 64
  • Powell Wood Preserving Process. The, 452 Premier (Transvaal) Diamond Mine, by Stafford Ransome, 588
  • Press, Belt-driven Dio, Mo:sre. Taylor and Challen, 71
  • Pressure on Magnetic Induction, Apparatus for Ascertainiog Effect of, (345)
  • Prime Movers, Potential Efficiency of, C. V. Kerr, 68
  • Priming and Baffie Platen, 547
  • Pulley, 22ft. Diameter Rope, 454 Pumps, Air, 252, 280, 375, 427, 479
  • Automatic Gas, (205)
  • High-speed Electric, 190
  • Horizontal Dry Vacuum, Worthington
  • Pump Company, 174 Admiralty, Steam, 138 The Richardson Steam, 188 Pumping Acid Water, (331)
  • Engines at Hinksford, 28, 36, 40 Heavy Liquids, 577
  • Machinery, Mr. I. H. Reynoldson, 537 Plant, Chatham Dockyard, Messrs. Hayward - Tyler and Co., (SuppUDicnly Noecinber 1901). 502
  • East London Water Company, 328
  • for Kobe Floating Dock, 91 for the New South Dock, Cardiff, 564, 565, (606)
  • Sinking, Pulsometer Engineering Company, 319
  • Pyrites, Iron and Copper, How to Distinguish them Underground, (182)
  • Pyrodyen Steam Wagon, 388
  • Pyrometers for Industrial Purposes, Mr. R. S. Whipple on, 625
  • Pyrophoric Alloys for Igniting Gases, Welsbach*s French Patent for Producing, (111)
  • Quarry Work, Compressed Air in, 232

Railway Matters:

  • Railway and Tratiiicay Accidents; (2) Railicays, Jii'ilish, Canadian^ Colonial, Jndian, and Soath A frican; (3) Raiheays, Electric ; (4) Raiheays, Eoretyn ; (5) Railways, Light; (C) Railway Loeotaotives; (7) Railway Neics, Various, Rritisk and Foreign; (S) Railways, Permanent jhiy; (9) liaiitcays, Rolling Stock.

Railway and Tramway Accidents:

  • Boston and Worcester-street Tramway Accident, (471)
  • Canadian-Pacific, Train Attacked by Robbers, (345)
  • Careless Working on Railways, 648
  • Chicago, October, (597)
  • Curious in Spain, 84
  • Derailments, Leader on, 371
  • Fall of a Live Tramway Wire, (199)
  • Glasgow Tramcar Accidents, Mr. Gerald Balfour on the, (35)
  • “ Head-on ” Collision, A Canada, 423
  • Indian Railways, Returns, Cause of Decrease in 1903, (298), (323), (370). (393)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, (345)
  • Level Crossings, in Prance, Suppression of, (11)
  • Live Rail, Death, Caused by Stepping on a, 207, (345); Professor P. Silvanus Thompson on the Subject of the Live Rail, (370)
  • London and North-Western, Dee Embankment Broken into by the Sea, (323)
  •  ? Llanelly, (432), (458)
  • Locomotive Explosion in Paris, 397
  • North-Eastern, near Darlington, Collision, Due to the Signalman, (11)
  • Paris, Locomotive Boiler Explosion, Gare St. Lazare, (111)
  • Metropolitan, Couronnes Station, Judgment Delivered, (621)
  • Royau-Paris Train, Accident to, (182)
  • Qu'lon-Tinnevelly Line Damaged by Monsoon, (157)
  • Tank Engine Dorailments, 651
  • Trains Stopped by Robbers in America, (345)
  • United Kingdom, Three Months Ending March 318t, 1904, Blue-book Containing Returns of, (205)
  • United States, Increase in the Number of, in 1904, (393), 573, (646), 605 ; Causes of Number in October, (584). (597)
  • May, (61); Year Ending June 30th, 1903, (111)
  • Record of Coupling Accidents Increases, (546)
  • Savannah, Electric, Negro Punished for Attempting to Wreck a Car, (471)
  • Venice, A Narrow Escape, (593)

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

  • Africa, South, Rhodesian, Mileage Opened for Traffic, (205)
  • Australia, Southern, Mileage Earnings, Expenditure, (445)
  • Australia, Western, Annual Report, (571) Commissioners’ Reports, (445)
  • Union, 373
  • Axholme, from Crowle to Haxley, (498)
  • British Autumn Train Services, by Charles Rous-Marten, 360
  • and French Summer Train Services in 1904, C. Rous-Marten, No. 1, 53, 102, (131)
  • Working of, 232
  • Burma, Bridges of, (498)
  • Caledonian, Half-yearly Report, (253)
  • Cambrian, Extra Services and Short Trains, (571)
  • Canada, Grand Trunk, (35), (253)
  • Canada’s New Projects, (230), (595), (646)
  • Canadian Pacific, (419), 526
  • Railways, British, Canadian, Colonial, Indian, South African
  • Cafn to Cairo, Extension, (571)
  • Cape, Heavy Inland Cuargep, (571)
  • Ceylon, (276), (445)
  • Clay Cross, (646)
  • Dearne Valley, (430) Egypt, Cairo to Port Said, (205)
  • Ismailia to Port Said, Broad Line, (205) Su'ian-Atbara Line, Tyer’s Electric Tablet and Vacuum Automatic Brakes, (205)
  • Glasgow and South-Western, Half-yearly Report, (253)
  • Gold Coast, Mr. Allison Smith’s Appointment, (529)
  • Great Central, 40-Ton Wagons Ordered, (393) Railways to be Transferred to, (445)
  • Special Train through between Manchester and Plymouth, (445)
  • Great Eastern, Dividends Announced, (85) Motor Omnibus Service, (85) Mr. H. G. Drury Retires, (597)
  • Great Northern, Appointment of Mr. Marsh, (498)
  • of Ireland, Dividend Recommended, (85)
  • of Scotland, Sir D. Stewart Appointed Chairman, (323) Great Western, Longest Non-stopping Railway Run in the World, C. Rous- Marton, 33
  • More Workmen’s Trains and Reduced Pares, (579)
  • Motor Car Service, Slough and Windsor, (15), (85); Tonjuay and Paignton, (61)
  • New Route to the West, Castle Cary and Lamport Riilway, 576
  • Pearson r., 120 Rates and Taxes Paid by, (253) R ^ad Motor Car Service be-' tween Caine and Marlborough, (345)
  • Extension of Motor Coach Services on the, 442
  • Steam Motor Service on the Ruabon-Dolgelly Branch, (11) Total Single-track Mileage, (370)
  • Winter Services, (345)
  • Gross Receipts, Passenger and Goods Traffic, 1903,(276)
  • Indian, Agra-Delhi Chord, (445) Bengal-Nagpur, (253) and the British Manufacturer in 1903, 339
  • Standard Time on, (247), (276); Capital Outlay of the Close of 1903, (299); Addition to Rolling Stock on, (299); , Mileage Opened, 1903, (299)
  • Ceylon Government Line, Receipts and Mileage, 1903, (597)
  • Formation of a Board of Management Sanctioned by the Government, (323)
  • Goods Traffic on, (61), (323)
  • Kalka Simla, Necessity to Increase the Borrowing Powers, (546)
  • Madras, Lord Sandhurst Appointed Director, (445)
  • New Mileage to be Opened and Under Construction, (61); Total Length Open for Traffic, 1903, (61)
  • North-Western Electric Punkahs and Light. (498)
  • Official Report on, for 1903, (11) Passenger Traffic on, 487
  • Peninsula, The Great, Net Revenue and Dividend, (597)
  • South, Total Revenue Earnings, (571)
  • Inter-Oceanic, 526
  • Lagos Extension Scheme, (571)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Decrease in the Traffic, (393)
  • London, Brighton and South Coast, Dividend Proposed, (85)
  • London, Brighton and South Coast, Mr. Marsh’s Appointment, (498)
  • London, Chatham and Dover, Dividend Proposed, (85)
  • London Metropolitan Extensions, President of the Board ot Trade on, (498)
  • London and North-Western, Accelerated Services to and from Glasgow, (323); Proposed New Line between llurdlow, Bolsover, and Matlock, (419); Success of the ‘ * Precursor ” Class of Locomotives on, (419)
  • Long Distance Non-stop Run, (646)
  • Recent Locomotive Work on the, Mr. Charles Rous-Marten, 438, 511, 559, 611
  • Short Hours at Crewe, (471)
  • Sidings at Welham Junction, (498)
  • London and South-Western Rolling Stock. 614, 628 ’
  • Metropolitan, Conversion to Electric Traction, (35), 591 ; Report for Past Half-year, (111)
  • District Extension to Uxbridge,
  • (11) ; French Rolling Stock Ordered for, (157)
  • Midland, Mr. Elliott’s Appointment, (646) Half-yearly Report, (182); Steam Motor Coaches, 204, 2C6
  • Mr. H. Evans Appointed Goods Manager, (621)
  • New Re-labelling Station at Toton, (498) ’
  • Second-class Carriages on, Abolished Thirty Years Ago, (646); Steamboats for, (182)
  • Steam Motor Services, (11)
  • . Traffic Last Half-year, (393)
  • Mileage, Goods Train, Reduction in, 1903, (276) Mileage of, at the End of 1903, (276)
  • Money Invested in Home Railways, (276) Queensland, New Enterprise, (323)
  • Railways, Bvltish, Canadian, Colonial, Indian, South African (coptinued)-.
  • Natal and Orangia, New Lines Projected, (299) Natal and the Inter-colonial Council, Agreement between, (323)
  • New South Wales, (345), 350
  • New Zealand, Report for 1903, 303 ; Mileage added. (276) ; Revenue, 1903, (276)
  • North-Eastern, Electrification to Darlington, (205)
  • Electric Autocar Service, Scarborough and Filey, (191)
  • No more First-class Contract Tickets on the Electrified Portion of the System, (370) Officials Sent to the United States to Report on Transportation Methods, (379) North British, Appointment of Mr. W. P.
  • Reid, (11)
  • North British, College Goods Station, 627
  • North London, Receipts, Expenses, Traffic, (157)
  • South-Ea,stern and London, Chatham, and Dover, Extensions Projected, (521)
  • and London, Chatham,_ and Dover, Managing Committee’s Accounts, (85)
  • and Chatham, New Station at Elmstead, (35) Opening of New Loop Lines, (36)
  • Special Train on December 23, (516)
  • Through Corridor Carriage from Calais, (85).
  • Southport and Cheshire Lines Extension, Half- yearly Report, (253)
  • Sanderland—Darlington—Barrow, (431), (471), (646)
  • Tatf Vale, Motor Car Services and Dividend, (122), (370), (379)
  • Tasmanian, Working of, Revenue, Expenditure, &c., (219)
  • Transvaal and Natal Extensions, (299), (323) New Line, Fourteen Streams to Klerksdorp, (61)
  • Uganda, March Traffic Report, (205) Victorian, Report for Year ending June 30th, 1904, (546), 565
  • Wales, Aberystwith to Aberayrow, Proposed, (597)
  • New Lines in Progress, (608)
  • West of England and Sunderland, New Line Projected, (393)

Railways, Electric:

  • America, Single-phase Motors for Railway Work in favour,(546)
  • Baker-street and Waterloo, (111)
  • Berlin—Hamburg, Projected, (52l)
  • Berlin Overhead and Underground, Passengers Carried on, (276)
  • Canada, Mileage of Street, (253)
  • Central London, Dividend for Half-year and Balance brought forward,
  • (111)
  • Extensions Projected, (621) Two-minute Services, (498)
  • Central South African, Springs—Randfontein Section, (582)
  • Chicago Elevated, 72
  • Conway to Bettws-y-Coed, (170)
  • Fire Precautions on, 441
  • Fort Wayne, Springfield, and Decatur Line, Single-phase System, (134)
  • Great Northern, Piccadilly, and Brompton, (134)
  • Italy, Milan through Varese to Lugano, (230)
  • Live Rails, Liverpool and Southport, Deaths Caused by Stepping on, 207, (345) Protection and Dangers of, 207 Professor S. P. Thompson on the Dangers of, 235, 307, (370), 421
  • Liverpool and Southport, 185 ; Death Caused by Stepping on Live Rail, (345)
  • London, District Trains to begin to Run January 1st, (393)
  • London, Proposed Overhead Railway above the Regent’s Canal, (646)
  • Main Line Railways, 601
  • Manila, (597)
  • Metropolitan District, Financial Matters, (540) District, Rolling Stock on, 649 Electrification of the, 691 Neasden Section, (498)
  • Newcastle and North Shields, (35)
  • Newcastle and Tynemouth, (21)
  • New Zealand, Dunedin, (230)
  • North-Eastern Railway, and upon Tyneside, Use of Electricity on, Chas. H. Merz and Wm. McLellan, (21), 221, 260, 282
  • Service Maintained Throughout Heavy Snowfall, (571)
  • Trial Trips, Current Collecting from Overhead-Wires, (498) Suburban Lines, Newcastle and Tynemouth and Riverside Branches, (144)
  • Nurnberg-Furlher Street, Cost of Power of, (111)
  • Paris Metropolitan Lines, Nos. 3, 4, 7, (230), (299), (521), (546)
  • Passengers as Speed Indicators, 327
  • Rolling Stock for, 649
  • Single-phase, The First in the United States, 257
  • Sleet from the Third Rail by Heating, Removal of, (323)
  • Swedish State, Projected Electrification of, (61) Swiss, Jungfrau, (35), (85), (230)
  • United States, Bloomington, Pontiac and Joliet, Cars of, (471)
  • Boston Elevated, (597) Bridgeport, Experiments as to Current Required for Heating a Third Rail to Remove Sleet, (299)
  • Illinois, Kewanee and Geneseo, (299)
  • Inter-State, Limited, (597)
  • United States, Kansas City, Test of Device for Increasing Traction by Magnelism, (299)
  • Lake Erie and Western, Experiment in Electrification, (35) New York, Attempt to Prchibit Transportation of Goods through the City Streets, (546) Central and Hudson River Railway, (521), 542,543,544, 545
  • New Haven and Hartford, (85), 319, (471)
  • Rapid Transit, (597) Subway, (205), (299) Oregon Water Power and Railway Company, (111) Philadelphia, Lancaster and Harrisburg, (230) Sb. Louis, Feat in Street Railway Transportation, (393) St. Louis, Transit and Suburban Trains, Traffic, (471)

Railways, Foreign:

  • Abyssinia, Internationalisation of Royal Lines, (182)
  • Africa, East, Ivory Coast, (621) Algeria, Ben Zireg and Kenadza, (253) American, Gross Earnings of Twenty-sevon, (597)
  • Argentine, (345) Austrian, Semmering, Fiftieth Anniversary of its Opening, (157)
  • Belgian, Ourthe Line, Doubling of, (134) Belgian State, Doubling several Sections, (157) Brszil, Sorocobana Railway Purchased by the Government, (182)
  • Chile, (276) Chilian-Transandine, (315)
  • China, Canton-Hankow, Canton Merchants Purchase the American Interest in, (445)
  • Shanghai and Canton, (35) Shanghai-Nanking, (182) Congo Free State, Reduced Rates to Encourage Traffic, (597)
  • Corea, Overland Route from Europe by way of Siberia to, (157)
  • Dahomey, (276)
  • Danish, Unsatisfactory Results as far as Returns are concerned, Law to Regulate the Working anew, (366)
  • Egyptian State, Receipts and Expenses, (419) Egyptian State, Special Commission to Report upon, (419)
  • Finland, Extensions Completed, (393) France, Aix-les-Thermes to Ripoll, (205), (230) Castelsarrasin and Beaumont de Lomagne, (471)
  • Eastern of, Gross Receipts, (111) Orleans Extension, (393) Paris - Lyons - Mediterranean, Accelerated Winter Service, (205)
  • Paris-Lyons-Mediterranean, The Cote d’Azur Rapide, (546)
  • Paris Metropolitan, Line No. 3 Opened for Traffic, (11)
  • Long Bogie Carriages, Lengthening of Platforms, (157)
  • Traffic, Receipts, Expenditure, Capital, (157) Luchon, Venasque, Mouzon, (498) Nice to Cuneo, &c., (61) Rethol and Guignicourt, (11) Trans-Pyreneean, (205), (230), 376 Villefranche to Bourg-Madame, (393) French Guinea, The Conakry-Niger in, (596) French Systems, Collective Length of Line in the Seven Large, (621)
  • German, Africa, West, Togo, New Line Projected, (230)
  • East African, Issue of Shares for, (597)
  • Protectorate, Togoland, (445) Standard Gauge, Mileage of, (230) Guatemala Central, Mileage and Gross Earnings, (299)
  • Japan, Little Progress in Railway Extensicn, (61)
  • Mileage Opened in 1902, 1903, (157) Total Mileage, (419)
  • Madagascar, (253)
  • Malay States, Line through Johore, (61) Mexican, (276), (345)
  • Netherlands, (546) Ottoman, Extensions, (323)
  • Peru and Bolivia, New Lines Projected, (323), (345)
  • Peru, Extensions Authorised, (393) Portugal, Extensions, (11)
  • Prussian State, Electrically Lighted Traits, (571)
  • Rio Grande do Sul, Mileage, (111) Russian, Asiatic Strategic, (419)
  • The Catharine, Secona Line Opened, (370)
  • Circum-Baikal, (299), (323), (331), 418 Kherson to Nicolaietf, (445) Moscow and Briansk, The Kaluga Branch,(196)
  • Moscow-Windau, (317)
  • New Mileage Opened to Traffic in 1904, (646)
  • Nicolas, Growth of Traffic, Projected Fourth Rail, (419)
  • Nyslott to Elisenvaara, (345) Operations of, for 1902, (335) Orenburg-Tashkent, (205), (253), (375),
  • Riga-Tuckum, Second Line, (304) State, Automobiles for the Use of, (621) Women Employed on, (621) Railway, Budget for 1904, (393) Trans-Siberian, Doubling of Line, (134), (445) (594)
  • Trans-Siberian, Report on the Working, (370)
  • Riazan-Uralsk, Connection with Astrakhan abandoned, (471)
  • Sb, Petersburg-Vitebsk, (205)
  • Risalan, Vladicaucas Railway to be Purchased by, (646)
  • Warsaw-Baku Projected, (419) Western Siberia, Omsk-Tinmen Projected, (419)
  • Senegal, Kagosto Bamako, (61)
  • Spain, Secondary Railways in, (187) Spain, Trans-Pyreneean, (205), (230), 376 Suakin-Atbaral (111)
  • Sweden, Eist Coast, (134)
  • New Lines from Halmstad, Hernojand and Gslle, Gothenbnrg to SUom- stadt, (134)
  • Scheme for Electrification of all State Lines, (61)
  • Swedish, State Experiments with Electric Motive Power on, (157)
  • Swiss, Albula, 82,127
  • Eiger Tunnel, (230) Mont Blanc, (205)
  • Result of the Purchase by the Central Government, (419)
  • Simplon Tunnel and the Hot Springs, 179, 244, 341, 385. 415, 488, 489, 568 under the Bernese Oberland, to Join the Simplon Tunnel Line, (621). (646) Turkey, Bagdad and Anatolian, (230)
  • Haifa-Damascus Line, Work Resumed, (157)
  • United States, Atlanta, Ga., and Birmingham, Ala., (2S0)
  • Block Signalling tj be Made Compulsory, (646)
  • Boston Elevated, (597) Chicago and North - Western, Improvements on, (471)
  • Denver, North-Western and Pacific Road, First Section Opened, (85)
  • Erie, Electrification Plan, (471) Extension, Buffalo and Susquehanna, &c., (299)
  • Illinois Central, Second Track between Memphis and Fulton. (253)
  • Mileage in 1903, (85), (571)
  • New York Central and Hudson River, Electrification of, (521), 542, 543, 544, 545
  • New York, New Haven and Hartford, Rapid Transit Service between New Rochelle, Mount Vernon and the Bronx, (294); No New Men over 35 Years Old will be Employed on. (323)
  • Par Value of Railway Capital, (419)
  • Pennsylvanian, Fast Runs on, (597)
  • Improvementin the Volume of Freight Traffic, Numbers of Men Taken Back, (323)
  • Severe Drought Along. (546)
  • New Rolling- stock Ordered (546)
  • Ten Hours’ Day Resumed in the Company’s Workshops, (276)
  • Tunnel under the East River, (133)
  • Extension, (597) Philadelphia and Reading, Automatic Block Signals on the Trenton Branch, (329)
  • Sb. Louis South-Western Extension, (597)
  • Salt Lake Ci'y to San Pedro, (35)
  • Subway, New York, (205), (621) Total Single Track Mileage, (134)
  • Union Pacific, Gasoline Motor Car Service, (498)
  • Wabash Railway Runs Trains into Pittsburg, (61)

Railways, Light:

  • Association of Tramways and, 258, 406, 452
  • Bai si, (621)
  • Battws and Snowdon, (376). (521)
  • Blackpool and Garsfcang, (134)
  • Electiic, 201
  • Loek acd Manifold Rolling-stock, 387, 394
  • Manifold, Extension to Buxton, (276)
  • Mitcham, Delayed, (498)
  • Orders Confirmed by the Board of Trade, (35), (59), (182), (205), (230), (253), (345), (370), (498)
  • Wakefield and District, 472, 476
  • Warrington and Knutsford Line Projected, (571).
  • Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, Now Line, (498)

Railways, Locomotives:

  • American, Exports of, (597)
  • Express, Pennsylvania Railway, 212, 213
  • Mallet Compound, 72, 91
  • Atlantic Type, for the- Great Central, Beyer, Peacock and Co,, (111)
  • Baldwin Works, Men Discharged at, (11)
  • Belgian, 161
  • Boilers, Plant for Removing Foul Water from, in Use on Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railway, (445)
  • Tests on Automatic Stokers for, (134) Water-softening Plants for Feeding,
  • British and American for Japan, and Respective Merits of. Compared, (157)
  • Coal Consumed by, British, (276)
  • Colonial, 160 ’
  • Danish State, Experiments on, (621)
  • Danish State, Wheel Peripheries Gauged and Conclusions Arrived at with Regard to Single-drivers, and Four and Six-coupled. (157)
  • De Glehn Compound, for the Egyptian State Railway, (111)
  • De Glehn System, Two More, Built on the, by the Great Western Railway, (571) E'ght-coupled, Built in Queensland {Supple- 'nicntt Augud 5^A, 1904), 130
  • Electric, for the New York Central, 44, 72 (521), 542, 543,544, 545 Oberhausen Railway Inspection • Works of the German State Rail
  • ways, 44 in Use on the Jungfrau Railway, .(35),
  • Export Trade, British and American, 587 Exported from the United States to Japan, (571)
  • Four-coupled Passenger, London and North- Western, Mr. G. Whale {Supplement, October 14^Zi, 1904), 360
  • Four-cylinderCompound, for Experimental Purposes on Great Northern Lines, Vulcan Foundry, (621) Paris-Orleans, See. Alsacienne de Constructions Meea- niques, 595 Von Borries, St. Louis Exhibition, 259
  • Fuel, Pressed Peat as, (182)
  • Gas Works, Small, 400
  • Germany, State, New, Required, (61)
  • Grand Trunk Railway, (345)
  • Great Northern, Experiments Next Summer, (621)
  • Great Western, Locomotives on the de Glehn System, Built by, (571)
  • Heavy, Sharp, Stewart and Co., for the Rhymney Railway, (122)
  • High-speed, 19
  • High-speed Steam. 238
  • Locomotive and Machine Company, Longue Pointe, Canada, (345)
  • Locomotive and Machine Company cf Montreal, Limited, 317, 324, (344)
  • London and North-Western, Recent Locomotive Work on the, Mr. Charles Rous-Marten, 438, 511, 559, 611
  • London and North-Western, Success of the “Precursor” Class of, Twenty more to bo Built, (419)
  • Mahratta Railway, Twenty for. (445)
  • Mallet Duplex Compound, Baltimore and Ohio Railway, the American Locomotive Company (Supplements, September October 1904), 274, 300, 305, 349
  • Narrow-gauge, Consolidation, Mexican Railways, Kerr, Stuart and Co. (Supplement, December 1904), 540
  • Nine Ordered in Germany by Japan, (276)
  • Old, in Cornwall, 364
  • Peculiar, Built in 1874, at Work in North Wales, 498
  • Piston Valves for, Question Discussed, (131)
  • Pennsylvania Railway, Performance of Express Locomotives on, E. L. Coster, 212
  • Performance, Scientific Investigations of, at St. Louis Exhibition, Gold Medal Awarded, (646)
  • Pl ussian State Railways, Three Hundred Ordered for, (157)
  • Repair Contract, The Largest, ever Undertaken, U.S., (205)
  • Reversing Gear of, 166
  • Russian, South-East, Fifteen Ordered for, (621)
  • Schenectady Works, Number of Men Employed, (597)
  • Scientific Treatise on, Prize Awarded to Professor Von Borries for the Best, (646)
  • Simple and Compound, 574
  • Simplon Railway, 570
  • Sixty New, Sinctioned ' for Bengal-Nagpur
  • Railway, (182). (253)
  • Small, at a Gas Works, 400
  • Stephenson and Co., Messrs. Robert, Work on Hand for the Bengal-Nagpur Railway and the North-East of Ireland, (310)
  • Tank, Derailments of, 624, 651
  • Ten for China, Messrs. R. Stephenson and Co., (584)
  • Testing Laboratory, Charlottenburg - Berlin Technical University, (205)
  • Testing Plant, 56
  • for, St. Louis Exhibidon {Supplement, August 19^/1), 178
  • Sb. Louis Exhibition, The Cole Four-cylinder Balanced Compound under Test, (621)
  • Tests of, Papers on. Read at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in America, (66) Treatise on. Prize Offered by the German Society of Mechanical Eogineers for, (253) Two Large Type, for the Grand Trunk, (345) United States, Aggregate Number in Service, (393)
  • Number in Use, (134) to Burn Oil, (571)
  • With Coles’ Superheater, New York Central, 319
  • Works in Canada, New, 317, 324, (344), (345)
  • Works near Yokohama, Anglo-Japanese, (360)

Railway News, Various, British and Foreign:

  • Advertisements and Automatic Machines in the New York Underground, Regulations Respecting, (597)
  • Air Brakes in United States, General Use of. (646)
  • Air Experiments at Zossen, (345)
  • American Reporters’ Mistakes in Connection with the Meetings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, (11)
  • Association of Railway Locomotive Engineers, Meeting at Windermere, (11)
  • Automatic Block Signalling on the Philadelphia and Reading Railway, (329)
  • Baldwin Works, Men Discharged from, (11)
  • Block Signalling to be Made Compulsory in the United States, (646)
  • ^*(85)^’ Wagon, Experiments with,
  • British Autumn Train Services, Chas. Rous- Marten, S60
  • Buffer Couplings, Mr. J. S. Cole’s, (646)
  • Railway News, Various, British Zand '
  • Foreign (continued};
  • Cable Railway, Penanj^ Hill, (230)
  • Careless Working on Railways, 618
  • Chicago, Goods Sorting Yard, Elevated Railways, Large Pumping Engines, 72
  • Chicago, Noise Made by the Elevated Railway Trains and Remedy Proposed, (621)
  • Coal Briquettes Used on the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, (230), (370) and Coke Carried by English and Scotch, 19C3,(546)
  • Contracts, 579, 600, 624
  • Convention, International, 396
  • Danish Train Ferries, 550
  • Deadening Noises on Elevated Railways in Chicago, (498)
  • Diamond Jubilee of the Cheap Trains Act, 468 Disinfection of Rolling Stock in Bavaria, (134) Early Express Train, 1862, 582
  • Economies in America, (64)
  • Exeter Railway Company’s Dispute with the Great Western, (11)
  • Fast Run, 1862, 582
  • Fast Runs, Pennsylvania Railway, (597)
  • First Through Passenger Train from Capetown to the Victoria Falls, (11)
  • French, Total Mileage Worked by the Six Large Administrations of, (323)
  • Goods Sorting Yard, Chicago, 72
  • Goole Steam Shipping Company, Sals of, to the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company, (230)
  • Great Northern Railway Company’s Assessments in the Edmonton Union, (521)
  • Great Western, Annual Holiday of the Works, (61)
  • Great Western Winter Service, (345)
  • Heavy Train Service, (91)
  • Hydraulic Buffers, Messrs. Ransome and Rapier’s, Tested and Fitted at King’s Cross and Glasgow, (11)
  • India, North-West of, Tension between Hindu and Mahomedan Emploje^ on the, (646)
  • Indian, Financial Resuits of the Working of State and Guaranteed, 1903; Total Capital Outlay, 1903 ; Mileage Opened for Traffic, 1903; Rolling Stock added, 1903 ; Increased Use of the Automatic Vacuum Brake, (299)
  • Railway Problems, Prizes to Encourage Study of, (230)
  • Total Sterling Capital Raised by, (61)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Deputation of Officials to the Continent to Report on Transportation Methods and Machinery, (521), (546)
  • Lighting and Ventilating Railway Carriages, Electric, (182)
  • Live Loads for Railway Bridges, Mr. H. W. Hodge, 518
  • Locomotive Engine and Firemen, Mr. Jas. Holmes’ Address at Swansea to, (299)
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast, Increase of Fares at Certain Stations, and Reason for the same, (61)
  • Locomotives and Rolling Stock, Papers on, by Mr, Busse. Mr. Wm. Forsyth, and M. E. Sauvage, 518
  • London and North-Western and Brighton and South Coast, Through Services Arranged for, (521)
  • London and North-Western, Short Hours at Crewe, (471)
  • London and South-Western and Great Western Companies, Arrangement respecting Return Tickets, (621)
  • Longest Non-stopping Railway Run in the World, C. Rous-Marten, 33
  • Magnetism, Device for Increasing Traction by, (299)
  • Mansion House Association on Railway and Canal Traffic, (471)
  • Metallic Wire Brush Adjusted to Rolling Stock for Clearing the Track, (471)
  • Motor Car Services in Cornwall, (157) on the Great Western, (11), (15). (345)
  • the Midland, (11) North-Eastern, (182) Taff Vale, (370) Welsh, (240)
  • Mountain Railway, Fiftieth Anniversary of the Opening of the First, (85)
  • Natal and Transvaal Governments, Important Railway Agreement between, (299)
  • National Union of Federated Railways, Mr. Jas, Holmes’ Address to Locomotive Engine and Firemen at Swansea, (299)
  • New Orleans, Terminal Goods Station at Chalmette, (35)
  • New York Avenue Bridge, (498)
  • New York Subway, Traffic, (597)
  • North British, Peebles Branch, Rapid Bridge Work, (230)
  • North-Eastern, Appointment of Mr. E. C, Giddes as Chief Claims Agent, (584)
  • Petrol-driven Car Service, (584) No more First-class Contract Tickets on Electric Lines, (370)
  • Sir Geo. Gibb Entertained, (370)
  • Railway Deputation to the St. Louis Exhibition, (230)
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean, Use of Coal Briquettes on, (370)
  • Passenger v. Goods Traffic, 208
  • Passenger Traffic on Indian Railways, 487
  • Peat as Locomotive Fuel, (182)
  • Pension Fund for Employes, Canadian Railways,
  • Rail Motor Cars, 160
  • Railway Benevolent Institution, “ Tales of the Hall ” to be Sold on behalf of, (35) Museum, A, (646)
  • Carriage Ventilation, 526
  • Rates for Coal Brought to London, Increased, (345)
  • Record Run, Atlantic City Railway, (205)
  • Resistance of Air to Trains, 303, 331, 332, (345) Rusfeiiu Railway Staff, Only Persons of
  • Advanced Education to be Appointed Chiefs of Sections. (597)
  • Russian, St. Petersburg Lines, Hospital for the Men Engaged on, (370)
  • Rolling Stock, Disinfection of, (134)
  • yf- Exhibition. Medals Awarded by. (6461 St. Louis Railway Staliin. The. (521) ^‘^649'^ Railway Carriage’,
  • RRok, United States, (329), (646) Signalling through Rails, Electric,' (182) Signals at W aterloo Station, Defectiva, 186 Spain Appointed to Study the
  • Plant (in)Fixed and Movable Speeds in America and Europe, 284
  • Machine, Tne Reavall Pneii-
  • Stations of the liistriet and Metropolitan Railway, to be Pulled Down and Replacetl hy Business Premises, (521)
  • Stretton, (102), 131 ; C. Rous-Maiten, 187
  • Stationmaster has the in the World, (5461
  • Tajes of the Rail,” by Mr. P. \V.
  • Ponlzen and Mr W T
  • Poxleo on, 517
  • Traok-laying Roeord on the San Pedro, Los °nd Salt Lake Railway, (P21) ^*^LSes^(36)’'"^ Seventeen English and Irish Train Resistance, 303, 331. 332, (345) Iramway Competition with, 352 Trans-Caucasian Number of Passengers who
  • Travelled Without Paying, (11) ®
  • Underground Railways, Papers on, by Mr. W. nnd Mr. D. Hay, 518 United Kingdom, Rolling Stock of the, (471) Unit’d States, New York City Officials’ Agreo- [ ment with Staten Island
  • ferry Officials, (230) l£03. Number of Men Employed on, (205)
  • Number of Emplojds on the Pay Rolls, (111)
  • [ i"**® Highest Speeds Ever Attained in America, (471)
  • Pennsylvanian, Machinery to
  • Replacs Manual Work, as f ar as Possible, (230)
  • Percentage of Capital Stock on which no Dividends were w i., Rast Year, (120)
  • Ventilation of Tunnels. Papers on, by Mr. P
  • I ox and Mr. C. S. Churchill. 518 Wales, Enterprise in, (634) "^San R^nw^, (52™^’
  • ^i«nna. Importation Duty Pree Articles” Granted hy the Russian Government, (370)
  • Workmen’s Trains, 525

Railways, Permanent Way;

  • British, for Korea, (134)
  • Canada, Railmaking in, 232 318 Creeping of Rails, 43, (419) ^(276^ Imported into Canada,
  • Great Northern Contract for 5000 Tons of Steel Kails Let to United States Steel Trast, (597) Co- f®*' Buenos Ayres and Malay States, (74), (345) '
  • International Steel Rail Combination (4311 Powley, Norman and Co., for Italian Meri- dionale Railway, (74)
  • Rail Standard of the Nine Chief English Rail- ways, (445) ”
  • Removable and Continuous Rail, A, Mr. H. W Perry, 567
  • H- R- Wilkinson on, Wm Marriott on, 538, 606 > m.
  • ^V276)^^®' Bailmaking Plant,
  • I“'’®stgations as to the
  • (missing lines in index)

Railways, Rolling Stock

  • Westinghouse Brakes for the New Steel Cars of the Interborouj2h Rapid Transit Company of New York, (188)
  • Works for Building, Lucknow, (370)

RAINFALL, Glencorse, (471)

  • Raking a River, 530
  • Rates, Wolverhampton Compared to Other Towns, (597)
  • Rawmarsh Sewage, (35) Ravages of Ship-worms on Australian Hardwoods,
  • 418 Reaction in a Diverging Nozzle, 532, 551, 579 Refuse Burning in England and the United States, (85)
  • Destruction and Electricity, 397 Destructors for Lima, (345) Destructor, Stoke-on-Trenfr, (445) Destructor, Stourbridge. (583)
  • Disposal of Municipal, Mr. R. Hering bn, 538
  • Rfcioforced Concrete Beams, Flexure of, 295 ‘CRevue Franco-Anglaise,” (406)
  • Reynolds, Professor Osborne, Subscription for Portrait, (111)
  • Richards and Sons, Messrs. William, Business Converted into Limited Liability Concern,
  • . (217)
  • R'ght to Break-up Streets, The, By a Legal Contributor, 79, 101
  • Ripple Marks and Sand Dunes, Professor George Darwin on, 212
  • R'pples, Sand, Mrs, Ayrton on the Origin of, 210 Rivet Furnace, Portable, Mr. R. Hudson, 453 Rivets, Their Importance in Steel Steamships, (521)
  • Rmds, Extraordinary Traffic on Public, 363
  • in France, Construction of, M. Forestier on, 561
  • in Greece, (546)
  • Roller, Wood Fuel Steam, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 402
  • for Running of Motor Cars, Cost of Making, Lord Iveagh’s and Mr, Pirrie’s Scheme Rejected, (205'
  • in Spain, Law of Local, (276)
  • Steam Traction on Common, 447 Roberts, Richard, 454
  • Robinson, Mr. Joseph, (303)
  • Rogers, Sir Halle well, Knighthood Conferred on, (121)
  • Roller Attachment for T-squares, (380)
  • Axle-boxes, 504
  • Bearings, Houldsworth, 44, (96)
  • Oil Road, Messrs. J, G. Allen and Co., 327
  • AVcod Fuel Steam Road, Clayton and Shnttleworth, 402
  • Ropes Made from the Caroa Plant Rival Manila, (230)
  • Royal Agrlcultupal Society’s Show: Engine, Light Traction, Messrs. Aveling and Porter, Limited, 17
  • Light Traction, Foden, Limited, 17 Oil, Blackstone’s, 16
  • Oil, The Gothic Two-cycle, 16, 17 Leader on, 317
  • Milk-drying Machine, Just-Hatmaker, James Milne and Sms, 16
  • Monthly Meeting of the Council of the Society, (131)
  • Next Year’s Show, Question of, (571)
  • Petrol Agricultural Tractor, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, 42
  • Wagon, Steam, and Engine for same, Boraford and Kvershed, Limited, 16

Royal College of Science, 1903:

  • (46)

Royal Commission on Sewage Disposal:

  • 318, 363, 388, 417
  • Royal Arsenal Association of Foremen, Woolwich:
  • Examples of Modern Machine Work, Mr. J. Pickin, 529
  • rte-armament of the Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery, Firms between Work will be Divided, (621)

Royal Indian Engineering Coopers Hill:

  • {16i)

Royal Institution :

  • Christmas Lectures for Juvenile (476)
  • General Monthly Meeting, (48), (485)
  • Royal Meteorologrical Society:
  • Fog in London during Recent Years, Decrease of, Mr. F. J. Brodie, (527)
  • Prince of Wales becomes Patron, (11)

Royal Mint:

  • Annual Report, 84

Royal School of Mines:

  • 504

Royal Society, Edinburg*h :

  • Gunning Victoria Jubilee Prize Awarded to Sir James Dewar, (546)
  • Statutory Annual Meeting, Members Elected, ?(419)

Royal Society:

  • Awards of Medals for this Year, (479)
  • Royal Sanitary Institute:
  • Sefi Institute, Sanitary
  • RUBBER Gathering in New Guinea, (621)
  • Running Powers over Tramways, 38
  • Rusting of Hoops on Wooden Water Tanks, (471)
  • ST, LOUIS Exhibition—Sep Sub-index under Exkibilidtia
  • Salaries of Engineers in New A^ork, (571)
  • Salen, New Pier, (571)
  • Salt Production, Utah, (61)
  • “ Saltley ” Lathe Carrier, 551
  • Sand Dunes, Ripple Marksand, Prof. Geo. Darwin on,212
  • Lime Brick Plants in America, (521) Kippies, Mrs. iVjrtou on the Origin of, 210 Sanitary Inspectors in Manchester Suburbs, 188 Sanitary Inspectors, Proposal that the London County Council should Pay Half the Salaries of, (393)
  • Saw, Horizontal Log Band, Messrs. A. Ransome and Co.. 273, 398
  • Japanese Wood, (276)
  • Multiple Band, Mr. E. Mairhead’s, 366 Scheelite in British Columbia Deposits of, (134) Secret Commissions, 131
  • Sewage Earm, Walsall, (646),
  • Lifts at Douglas, 116
  • Plant, Notes on, (592)
  • Purification of, 344, (597), 629 Works, Managers of, (608) Newcastle-under-Lyme, (239) Small, 132, 133
  • Disposal, Hanley, 577
  • and Water Purification in Paris, Mr. Bechmann on, 538
  • Royal Commission on, 348, 363, 388, 417
  • Scarborough, (546) Sheffield, (97), 285, (607) Shere, (445)
  • Scheme, Derby, Sum to be Borrowed, (697)
  • Saxmundham, (571)
  • Sheffield, New, (285) Waterborne, Johannesburg, (216)
  • Shaft Sinking in New Zealand, Rapid, (182)
  • Shanghai Waterworks December 16zA, 1904), 602, 603
  • Shears, Circular, 322, 353
  • Sheffield, The Master Cutler of, 168
  • Sewege Disposal, 97, 235, 607 University College, (534), 571
  • Shelford and Son, Messrs., Dinner* to their
  • London Staff, (86)

Shipbuilding*, Naval and Mercantile, British:

  • Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Launch of the Adventure, (286)
  • Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Orders for Brazilian Navy, (471), (555)
  • Barrow, (20)
  • British and Eoreign, 39
  • Channel Paddle Steamers for the London and North-Western Railway, John Brown and Co., (240)
  • Clyde Returns for August, October, November, (229). (240), 441, (458), (556)
  • Clydebank Works, New Vessel for the Cunard Line. (11)
  • Cunarders, New, (11), (35)
  • Devonport Dockyard, Lady Tracers to be Em- loyed in, (498)
  • English, (299). (621), (634)
  • Harland and Wollf. Machinery and Boilers for New Cruiser, (445)
  • Lloyd’s Register, Returns, September 30bh, 1904, (393)
  • Naval Architecture in Great Britain during Last Ten Years, Sir Wm. H. White, 561
  • Naval Construction, Mr. J. H. Biles on, (583)
  • North-East Coast, Wages Dispute, (534), (546), (555), (584), (621), (634)
  • North of England, (379), (431), (467), (471), (507), (534), (546), (555), (584), (621), (634) North of England, Orders Secured by Leading Firms in December, (607)
  • Orders for Brazilian Navy, (471), (655),
  • Palmer’s Shipbuilding and Iron Company, Annual Report, (286); Strike, (264), (333); Works Closed, (356); Admiralty Order Secured, (379)
  • Progress of Warships and Machinery Building in England, 27—for last article under this heading see Vol. xevi., p. 2)
  • Propulsion of Ships, Del Proposto System for the, (445)
  • Prospects for the Winter, (431)
  • Rivets Used in the Caronia, (521)
  • Scotch in August, (299): September, (393): November, (621)
  • Screw Propellers, Arthur Rigg, 185
  • Screw Propulsion, Problem of, 43
  • Shipbuilding Berths at Hebburn, Messrs. R,
  • Stephenson and Co., 390
  • Structural Details, Experiments on some (Pamphlet issued by Lloyd’s Register), 627 Thames Service, Passenger Steamers for the. (379)
  • Torpedo Boat Construction, Mr. H. E. Yarrow on, (582)
  • Trade very Discouraging, Quarterly Report of the Associated Shipwrights’ Society, (134) Turbine Cross-Channel Steamers, South-Eastern and Chatham Company’s, (230)
  • Tyne, (471)
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Orders for Brazilian Navy, (471), (555); Admiralty Orders, Ten Submarines of B Class, (621), (633)
  • Warships under Construction, September 30th 1904,(393) ’

Shipbuilding: Naval and Mercantile, Foreign:

  • American, 232
  • Belgian Cross-Channel Turbine Steamers, (571) Brazil Navy, Reorganisation Bill, Authorising Contracts with Foreign Shipyards for New Warships, (419)
  • Brazilian Programme, The New, 453 French Motor Boat Race, Official, (498)
  • Navy List, Ships Removed from, 453 Ten Defensive Submarines of a New
  • Type Ordered, (498)
  • German, 63, 448
  • Battleship “P” Laid Down, 453
  • Vulcan Yard, Stettin, Large Steamer for the Hamburg-American Line. (393) ’
  • Italian Government, Torpedo Pursuers Ordered at the Schichau Works by, (432)
  • Japan, Submarines Supposed to be for, 453 Russia, Model Yard for Naval Construction (498), (501)
  • Screw Propeller, A Brazilian Engineer’s, (419)
  • Sweden, Gunboats, Torpedo Boat, and Submarine Building, (419)
  • (missing lines in index)
  • Egret, Steam Fishing Vessel, Internal Corrosion of Boiler, 115
  • Japanese, Mikasa, 532
  • Japanese, Yoshima, 475
  • Lloyd’s Register, Statistical Summary of Vessels Totally Lost, Condemned, &c., 1903, (299)
  • Lloyd’s Register of Vessels Lost, Condemned, &c., April, May, June, (521)
  • Russian, Novik, 332
  • Russian, Tsarevitch, 532
  • Swedish Battleship Aground, 247

Shipping News, Various, British and Foreign:

  • Admiralty’s Decision Respecting the Employment of Modern Cruisers on Gunnery Instructional Duties, (521)
  • Admiralty, Naval Cadets, Examination for, 273
  • Apollo Class, Fate of the, 601
  • Austrian Navy, The, 168
  • Board of Trade Return, British and Foreign Ships Provisionally Detained as Unsafe from Various Causes, (205)
  • British and Foreign Vessels Entered at Ports in the United Kingdom, (35)
  • Coaling at Sea, (471), 475
  • Colliers under Observation, (584)
  • Comparison Prepared by Mr, N. Hill as to the Number of Steerage Passengers which might be Carried by the Same Vessel Sailing under Different Flags, (370)
  • Cruisers to be Employed on Gunnery Instructional Duties, (521)
  • Discovery, Antarctic Exploration Steamer, for Sale, 575
  • Draught of Moving Steamers, 209
  • Draught of Ships in Motion in Relatively Shallow Water Greater than when at Rest, (571)
  • Dynamics of a Ship Launch, 449
  • French Marine, The, 624
  • Mercantile Marine, Annuaire of the, (111)
  • Naval Reform, 396
  • German Merchant Marine, 116
  • German, Spandauer Shipping Company, Service of Passenger Steamers on the Elbe and Spree, (230)
  • Hamburg, Number and Registered Tonnage of Ships which Visited the Port of, 1903, (11)
  • Home Fleet, The, 453
  • Japanese Ports in 1903, Aggregate Tonnage of Merchant Shipping under all Flags Entered at, (276)
  • Japan’s Sea Power, 352
  • Lloyd’s Register of Vessels Lost, Condemned, &c., April, May, June, (521)
  • Mediterranean Fleet, The Reconstructed, 601 Montreal, Total Tonnage, (521)
  • Motor Boat Trials, (111), 166, (571)
  • Motor Lifeboat to ba Placed at Newhaven, (230)
  • Navy Target Practice, U.S.A., Regulations for, 6
  • Russian and Japanese Fleets, Steaming Powers of the, 60
  • Russian '‘Volunteer Fleet,” The, (597)
  • Screw Propellers, Arthur Rigg, 186
  • Brazilian Engineer’s, (419) Experiments on, at Cornell University, (85)
  • Sheffield, Mr. J-. H. Biles on “ Ships.” (583) Steam Trials of Modern Warships, 473
  • Steam Vessel, The Oldest in Existence, (61)
  • Steaming Powers of the Russian and Japanese Fleets, 60
  • Stern Submerged Tubes, 601
  • Swedish Navy, Strength of the, (419)
  • Training Squadron, The New, 601
  • Turbine as a Means of Marine Propulsion in the United States, (85)
  • Turbines, Parsons and Curtis, Competitive Trials, 453
  • Tyne, Idle Steamers in the, (521)
  • United States, Attempt to Wreck the Connecticut, 423
  • Navy Department, Oil Fuel Burners, 549
  • Navy Estimates, and Officers and Men Needed for Manning all the Vessels Building,
  • Warships, Great Sale of, 601
  • Warships to come Home every Two Years. (498) Workshops at Sea, 601

Ships: Battleships, British:

  • Africa, Armour for, (655); Propeller Shafts for, (583)
  • Britannia, (597), (655) Cu'sar, 332, (652)
  • Commonwealth, Official Trials, 42
  • Dominion, (20), (217), (457)
  • Goliath Repaired, (286)
  • Hannibal, 501
  • Hibernia, (655)
  • King Edward VIL, 439, 475, 549, 601
  • Lord Mayor, 115
  • Lord Nelson, 115
  • Lord Nelson, Rumours about 225, (370)
  • New Zealand, 332
  • Prince of Wales, 12, 15, (475)
  • Repulse, (HI)
  • Swiftsure, 115, 652
  • Triumph, 115, (453), 520, 522, .
  • Two New, the Largest ever Built, Tenders Received by the Admiralty, (309), (310), (370)
  • A'enerable, World’s Record in Priza Firing, (35)

Ships: Battleships, Foreign:

  • Brazil, Three Ordered for, (471) French, Amiral Tr^houart, 453
  • Carnot, 625
  • Patrie, 656 German, Deutschland, 115, 525, (549), 618, 619
  • Kaiser, 115, 525, (549)
  • Kiinig Wilhelm, 115, (549)
  • Kurfiirst Friedrich Wilhelm, 115
  • Lotheringen, (11)
  • “N” Class, 247, 549 “P,” 115, 453 Weissembourg, 115 Wurth, 115
  • Italian, Regina Margherita, 115
  • Vittorio Emanuele HL, 572, 575 Japanese, Hei Yen, 375
  • Mikasa, 532
  • Yoshima, 475, 652
  • Russian, Rurik, 185, 247
  • Tsarevitch, 185, 532
  • Swedish, Tapperhetan, 247 llnited States, Connecticut, (345)
  • Georgia, 453
  • Idaho, (370) Louisiana, (230) Mississippi, (370) Nebraska, 449, 453
  • New Hampshire, 115, 601 New Jersey, (546)
  • New Type under Consideration, (299)

Ships: Cruisers, British:

  • Arrogant, 95
  • Black Prince (Supplementf Deceuiber 30//z, 1904), 247, 368, 369, 391, (393), (432), 470, 643, 644
  • Cornwall, (345), (501)
  • Cressy, 375, 391
  • Cumberland, 652
  • Defence, 185, (625)
  • Drake, has no Mechanical Arrangements or Stoking Indicators, 453
  • Formidable, 349
  • Hogue, 349, 391
  • Isis, 601
  • Medea, 15
  • Minotaur, 185
  • Minotaur Class, (247)
  • Monmouth, 95
  • Natal, (20). (655)
  • Nelson, 575
  • Northampton, her Destination, 575
  • Orion, 185
  • Powerful, 549
  • Royal Sovereign, (655)
  • St. George, 575, 601
  • Sapphire, (286)
  • Shannon, 185, 625
  • Spartan, Visit to Cardiff and Criticism of, (218)
  • Terrible, 15,524, 532, 549, 551, 579, 628, 651,(655)
  • Theseus, 501
  • Topaze, (521)

Ships: Cruisers, Foreign:

  • French, “C 17,” 652
  • D apetit Thouars, 625
  • Edgar Qainet, 280, 375, 652
  • Gambetta, 225, 280 Penan, 375
  • German, Roon, 115
  • Japanese, Kasnga, 446, 451, 652 Nisshin, 446, 451 Otawa, 652 Yayeyama, 652
  • Russian, Novik, 332
  • 1'nited States, Alternative Design for the Two New, (646)
  • Colorado, 115, (253), (521), 575
  • Cruiser Squadron, (646) Maryland, 651 Montana, (370), 601 New Carolina, 115, (253), (371), 601
  • New, (182), (370)
  • Pennsylvania, 625 Tennessee, (621)
  • Torpedo Craft, Destroyers, Gunboats Scouts, Submarines.
  • British:
  • Destroyers, Ardent, 391 Boxer, 391 Chamois, 391 Dragon, 391 Exe Class, 15
  • Scouts, Adventure Launched, (286) Attentive, (521) Forward Launched, (230) Pathfinder, Cammell, Laird and Co., (73), 96
  • Patrol, (378) Sentinel, (20), (655)
  • Submarine A 1, 96
  • Submarine Bl, (419), (521), (621), (625)

Ships: Torpedo Craft, Destroyers, Gun boats, Scouts, Submarines. British

  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Delivered to the Admiralty, (286) Boat, Motor, to be Built, (35) Gunboats with Small - tube Boilers for Training Stokers, (41?)
  • Turbine-propelled, \ arrow and Co., 72
  • Tox'pedo Craft, Destroyers, Gunboats, Scouts, Submarines.

Ships: Torpedo Craft, Destroyers, Gun boats, Scouts, Submarines. Foreign:

  • Austrian, River Monitor, Temes and Badrog, 225
  • Austrian Torpedo Boat Flotilla, Reconstruction of, (182)
  • Chilian, Submarine Utzua Cruzat, (453) Dutch Torpedo Boats, Successful Trials of, Tangka, Wajung and Smeroe, (453) French Submarines, Additional Station . for, at Calais, ! (157)
  • Regulations for Service on Board, (157)
  • Alose, (419)
  • Emeraude, Opale and Ruble, (646) Emeraude Type, Fitted with New Type of Accumulator, (276) of 100 Tons Displacement Designed by Marquis de Dion, 1182)
  • X Launched, (546), 625
  • M. Lauboeuf’s Flans for, (276) Ordered at Cherbourg, (443)
  • French Torpedo Boat No. 294 Driven by a Breguet Turbine, (276)
  • French Torpedo Gunboat Condor, 625 German Torpedo Boat Trials, (276) Italian Submarine Delfino, (253) .lapan, Submarines Supposed to be for, (453)
  • Swedish Submarine Hayem, 115
  • United States, Holland Submarine Boat Fulton, (85)
  • Scout Birmingham, Arming of 115, (253) _
  • Scout Chester, Arming of, 115, (253)
  • Salem, Arming of, 115, (253)

Ships: Mercantile, Passenger, and Various. British:

  • Admiralty Yacht Enchantress, (546) Allan Liner Virginian, 649
  • British India Steam Navigation Company, Steamer of 12,000-Tons, Messrs. Wm. Doxford and Son, (217)
  • Canada, Fisheries Cruiser, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 202, 203
  • Coal Steamers, Cardiff, (286)
  • Cunarder, The Caronia, (11). (35), 59 ; Number of Rivets Used in Her, (521)
  • Dredgers, 420, 428, (497), 520, (521), 530, 544,(546)
  • Dafferin, The, Troopship, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, (607)
  • Ftiihling System Hopper Dredger Thames, (497)
  • Tee-breakers for Canada, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co,, (170) Motor Boat Race, The Mediterranean, (597), (621) Boat Trials, 165 Yacht, Hummono, 332
  • Screw Steamer, Port Kingston. Messrs. Elder, Dempster and Co., (218)
  • Steam Dredger Vulcan, Messrs. Ferguson Brothers, 420, 428
  • Steamer and Accommodation Boat and Officers’ Inspection Boat, Bengal Canal, 641
  • Thames Steamboats,The London County Council and, (253), 423, 427, 449, 541, 579, 620
  • Troopship Dufferin Launched, (285) Turbine Atlantic Liners, 649
  • Steamers, Cross-Channel, South- Eastern and Chatham Company, (230)
  • Steamer, Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., (182), (217), (333)
  • Steamer Loongana, Average Speed, (471)
  • White Star Liner Baltic, (11)
  • White Star Liner Persic, Record Trip, (134)

Ships: Mercantile, Passenger, and Various. Foreign:

  • Austrian Yacht, Made of Paper, (546) Danish Train Ferries, 550
  • French, Automobile Vedette, the Neva, with Explosion Motor, (546) Coast Defence Ship Fnrieux, (111)
  • German Atlantic Lines, Organisation of Competition Lines against the Cunard and the Adria, (230) Gas Engine Launch, 25 Horsepower, 389
  • Hamburg - America, Fifteen New Steamers Ordered, (546), (597)
  • Norddeutscher Lloyd, Ship now Building at the Vulcan Works to go ^’aster than the Cunarders, (276)
  • North German Liner Kaissr Wilhelm II., Record Voyages and Number of Passengers, ('211). (370)
  • United States, Allan Line, Ocean Newspapers, (182)
  • Peary’s New Arctic Vessel, 416. 423
  • Augustus B. Wolvin, (134)
  • Gasoline-driven Pleasure Craft, (370)
  • Glass-bottomed Pleasure Boats. (253)
  • Knapp Roller Boat to be Remodelled, (230)
  • Lake Steamers, (471), 475
  • Largest Perry Boats in the, (621)
  • Steel Vessel, Interior Furnished like a Pullman Car, (471)
  • Turbine Steamer for Passenger Service on the Lakes, (471)
  • SHIP-WORMS on Australian Hardwoods, Ravages of, 418*
  • Shoe and Leather Fair, The, 451
  • Sicily, Municipal Trading in, (134)
  • Silver Bullion, Average Price Paid for, by the Royal Mint, (61)
  • Simplon Tunnel, Hot Springs and the, 179, 244, 341, 385, 415, 488. 489, 568
  • Singer Company’s Work, Extension of the, 265 Skerne Works, Sale of, (98)
  • Smith, Mr. W. Ford, 349

Smithfield Show

  • Agricultural Engines, 578
  • Light Tractors and Motor Wagons, Exhibitors of, 578
  • Oil Engines, Exhibitors of, 578
  • Road Locomotives, 578
  • Swath Turners, Mr. T M. Jarmain and Mr. R. Maynard, 578

Society of Arts:

  • Meetings Previous to Christmas and during January, (478\ (625)

Society, Bradford Engineering:

  • Commercial Aspects of Power Plants in Factories, Mr. H. W. Morley, 531
  • Electric Driving in Works and Factories, Advantages of, Mr. G. H. Bowden, 606
  • Future of the Steam Engine, Professor G. F. Charnock, 401
  • Steel in Modern Buildings, Use of, Professor John Goodman, (430), 531
  • Transmission of Power by Ropas, Mr. Edwin Kenyon, 619

Society of Civil Engineers, American ;

  • Destruction of a Mississippi Bridge by Wind, Mr. C. A. P. Turner, 590

Society, Coventry Engineering:

  • Visit to Messrs, Willans and Robinson’s Works. 115

Society, Crystal Palace Old Students’:

  • (451)

Society of Engineers:

  • Conversazione, 506
  • Jubilee of, (240)
  • Members Elected, Premiums Awarded, 608
  • Next Ordinary Meetiner, Paper to be Read by _Mr. R. G. Allanson-Winn, (331)
  • Visit to the Portland Cement Works of Martin, Earle and Co., Limited, 22
  • to Yarrow and Co.’s Works, (110) to Broad wood and Son’s Factory, (363)

Society of Engineers, Amalgamated:

  • Alterations of Rules, Proposed, (393)

Society, Glasgow Technical College, Scientific:

  • Annual Dinner, (619)

Society, Glasgow University Engineering:

  • Presidential Address of Mr. Charaen, 484
  • Sewage Plant, Notes on, Mr. A. H. Morton. (592)
  • Syllabus of Remaining Meetings for Present Session, (467)

Society, Faraday:

  • Electric Furnace, Mr. A. Miuet, (654)
  • Electrolytic Analysis of Cobalt and Nickel, Dr. F. M. Perkin and Mr. W. C. Prebble, (654)
  • Electrolytic Preparation of Tin Paste, Mr. F Gelstharp, (654)
  • To Publish its Own Transactions, (402)
  • Paper to be Read October 25th, (406)

Society, Leeds University Engineering :

  • French Foundry Practice, Mr. G. H. Attock. (532)
  • Maximum Efficiency of Boilers without Injuring them. Difficulty of Attaining, Mr. C. E. Stromeyer, (620)
  • Newcastle High-level Bridge, Mr. J. H. Walker, (643)

Society, Liverpool Engineering:

  • Opening Meeting, Programme for Succeeding Meetings, (425)

Society of Mechanical Engineers, American:

  • Water-tube Boilers: Cause and Remedies, Bad Case of Discharge of Water with Steam from, A. Bsment, 604, 630

Society, Physical:

  • High-frequency Alternator, Mr. W. Duddell, 630
  • Measurement of Small Differences of Phase, Dr. W. E, Sumpner, 632
  • Pacific Cable, Retardation of Signalling Current
  • on, Prof. W. E. Ayrton, 625

Society, Rontgen:

  • Ordinary General Meeting, Presid ential Address, (430)

Society, Rugby Engineering :

  • Metric System, Discussion on, (334)
  • SODA and Magnesia Lakes in Wyoming, (230) South African Mining and the Inventor, 322, 352 Southport, Sewage Purification Scheme, (546)
  • Spain, Law of Local Hoads in, (276)
  • Specific Heat of Superheated Steam, Robert H. Smith, 25
  • Speed Indicator, Milner’s, 551
  • Spezia, Drainage Scheme for, (61), (134)
  • Spring Testing Machine, The Reavell Pneumatic, 44
  • Standard Times for India, The Government’s Proposal, (553)
  • Starr Brass Indicator, 479
  • Steam Cost Appropriation, (453)
  • Engines—see Engines
  • Exhaust, Utilisation of, in Steam Turbines, M. L. Battu on, 455
  • Pipe Coverings, 70, 110, 131, 156 for Power, Gas, Oil, and, 377, 403
  • Power Plant, Design and Test of a Modern, 107, 118, 119 ; Mr. E. G. Hiller (Leader referring to the same), (113)
  • Production, Cheap, 629, 651
  • Specific Heat of Superheated, Robert H. Smith, 25
  • Superheated, and Reheaters, Mr. L. S. Marks, 29
  • Traction on Common Roads, 447, 467, 479 Trap, Water Seal, 504

Steel:

  • Agreement with Regard to Selling Prices, Question of an, (370)
  • Aluminium Used in Pouring Chrome Steel to Destroy the Oxide Formed, (521)
  • American Steel and Wire Company’s Works, Cleveland, 514
  • Basic Bessemer Works, Neuves Maisons, France, (323); Manipulation of Ladle by Overhead Cranes Worked by Electric Motors, (323)
  • Bridge Syndicate in Germany, 256
  • Building, Concrete (Hennebique System), Ottawa, (157)
  • Chimney, The Highest in America, (621) Chimney, 230ft. High, (253)
  • Chrome-Vanadium, Heat Treatment Experiments with, Captain H. R, Sankey and Mr. J. K, Smith, 615, 623
  • Commercial Sheet, for Armature Construction, Mr. T. S. Allen’s Tests, (111)
  • Conference of North of England and West of Scotland Steelmakers on the Question of Underselling, (393)
  • Cutting, High Speed, Emery Wheel for, (276)
  • Electric Furnace for Production of, at Work in Sweden, (323)
  • Failure, A Mysterious, Letters on, 306
  • Foreign, in England, 14
  • Fracture of Structural, under Alternating Stresses, John Oliver Arnold, 227, 248, 308 {see also 255, 277)
  • German, Imported into England, (370) High-speed, Its Development and Use, Mr.
  • Gledhill, 464, 482
  • Ideal, 18
  • Imported into England from America and Belgium, (334)
  • Indentation Tests on, M. Guillory on, 426
  • Industry, United States, Important Move in the, made by the United States Shipbuilding Company, (356)
  • Initial Stress in, 277, 331
  • Leader on, 255
  • Manufacture of, Mr. Bradley Stoughton, 537 Open-hearth Process, Its Advantages over the Bessemer Process, (134)
  • Open-hearth, Statistics of Production in 1903, (370)
  • Plate Convention, A British, 422
  • Plates and Tubes, Advantages of Nickel over Carbon, (134)
  • Prices, 4. Working Basis of, to be Agreed on, (323),
  • Protection of, from Corrosion, New York Navy Yard, (253)
  • Rail Combination, International, (431)
  • Steel Work for Docks in South America, Important Contract obtained by the Patent Shaft Company, (521)
  • Structure of High-speed, 90
  • Syndicate, German, Its Functions, (111), 256;
  • its Troubles, 114
  • Projected, by English Firms, (471)
  • A World-wide, 600
  • Tank, Large, for Canada, (97) Temperatures of Transformation of, (419)
  • Test, High-speed, at St. Louis Exhibition, (323)
  • Tester, Prof. Arnold’s, 308
  • Testing, Prof. Unwin on, 187
  • Tests, Model, 648
  • Tons of. Produced in Great Britain, Germany, and America for every 100 Tons of Pig, (323)
  • Tools, High-speed, (479)
  • Tool, A Remarkable Test of, (571)
  • Trade, Depression in, (323)
  • Twist Drills and Milling Cutters, H’gh-speed, Cammell, Laird and Co., 110
  • United States, First Accounts of the Susquehanna Iron and Steel Company, 549
  • Unit Stresses for Structural, Tendency towards Higher, (61)
  • Use of, in Modern Buildings, Professor John Goodman, 531
  • Used in Construction of Coal-storage Plant, New York Navy Yard, (230)
  • Vanadium, 18, 235, 615, 623
  • Works in America, Weight of I.ump or Gravel Fluorspar used as a Flux in, (393) Belgian, their Position, 548 at Jarrow Closed, (323)
  • of the Maryland Company, Sparrow’s Point, 642
  • STEPHENSON, Sir Henry, (235)
  • Stewart, Mr. Dnnean, 478
  • Stone, Artificial Building, made from Infusorial Earth, (345)
  • Stott, Mr. Chas., (279)
  • Strains and Annealing, Mr. W. Campbell, 65
  • Stresses in Thin Cylinders subjected to Internal Pressure, by A. T. Weston, 298
  • Suction Gas Plant, Efficiency of a, 532
  • Sugar in Madeira, The llinton-Naudet Process for the Manufacture of, (299)
  • Sulphur Mining Industry, The Sicilian, and Exports to other Countries, (111)
  • Superheated Steam and Re-heaters, Mr. L. S. Marks, 29
  • Superheated Steam, Specific Heat of, R. II. Smith, 25

Supplements:

  • Engine and Boiler-houses, llinksford Pumping Station, South Staffordshire Water works, July 22nd, 1904
  • 7500 I.H.P. Triple-expansion, Messrs. Scott and Co., July 1st, 1904
  • of H.M. Cruiser Black Prince, Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, December 30th, 1904
  • Tandem Compound Drop Valve, Ruston, Proctor and Co., Limited, September 2ad, 1904
  • High-speed, Special Supplement, -- 4th, 1904, i.-xvi.
  • Eight-wheels Coupled Goods, Queensland Government Railways, Mr. August Sth, 1904
  • Four-coupled Passenger, London -and North-Western, Mr. G. Whale, October 14th, 1904
  • Mallet Duplex Compound, Baltimore and Ohio Railway, the American Locomotive Company, September 16th and October 7th, 1904
  • Narrow-gauge, Mexican Railways, Kerr, Stuart and Co., Limited, December 2nd, 1904
  • Pumping Engine, High Duty, Shanghai Waterworks, Manlove, Alliott and Co., December 16th, 1904
  • Pumping Plant, Chatham Dockyard, Messrs, Hayward-Tyler and Co., November 18th 1904
  • SWITZERLAND, Machinery and Vehicles Imported, 1903,(597)
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, 153, 154, 155 Syndicates, Steel, (111), (114), 256, (471), 600 Syphon, Non-metallic, (625)
  • TAILINGS Elevators, South Africa, (430)
  • Taps in America, Standard Siz2s Acreed on for, (35)
  • Tar Coal, Packing cf, in Sawdust, (157)
  • Tariff Commission, The, 86, 89, 121, 137, (432), 478, 529, 603
  • Tariff Commission and the Iron and Steel Trade?, 86—see pp. 289, 293, vol. xcvii.
  • Technical College and School of Pottery at Stoke- on-Trent, Proposed Establishment of, (205), 239
  • Technical Education in England and Wales, 1902-3, Sum Spent on, (546)

Telegraphy:,

  • Cable from Sitka, Alaska, South, (253)
  • Iceland and the Faroe Island, (230)
  • Pacific Cable, Conference Concerning, (182) Professor Ayrton on, (feo) ?Report on the Year’s Working, (205)
  • Patents for, taken out in ths United State?, (253)
  • PoUak-Virag Rapid Telegraph, The, 596
  • Sahara, French Telegraph Line Across the Great, (323), (345)
  • Wireless, America, Another Stride in, (498) between Buffalo and Cleveland, (157) between Poldhu and Bari, (646) Board’s Report to the United States Navy, (521)
  • Da Forest System, Message Sant from Chicago to St. Louis, (370)
  • Drawback connected with, (11) Marconi, Experiments near Petersburg by means of Portable Apparatus, (205)
  • National Control of, (471)
  • No Station may be Established without a Licence from the Postmaster- General, (205)
  • Stations in France, (498)
  • Station at Porquerolles, (546) Station at South Shields, (182) United States, Control of the Government’s Coastal System
  • Awarded to the Navy Department, (134)
  • Unsuccessful Attempt made by the Indian Government, (471)
  • War Service, Inaugurated, the Thne.s, (419)
  • and the Eastern Telegraph Company, (157)

Telephony:

  • English Towns to France, (182)
  • Glasgow Corporation Accounts for the Year, (111)
  • Korea, and in China, (11)
  • Liverpool and the National Telephone Company, (182)
  • London, Underground System, (571)
  • Petersburg, Underground Wires, (205)
  • Tunno's in Chicago, Novel Use for the, (498)

Tenders:

  • Belgian, for Steel Tramway Rails, Accepted by Yarmouth Town Council, (597)
  • Invited in Brazil, (203)
  • Invited for Rasps and Files by the Royal Norwegian Naval Authorities, (521)
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Company Invite, for Turbine Steamer, (61)
  • TESTING Machine, 600,000 lb., (471)
  • Testing Machine, 300-Ton Universal, Joshua Buckton and Co., 236, 237, 248
  • Thames, Proposed Barrage of the, 249
  • Thermo-dynamic Problem, A, 651
  • Thermometers, Sensitive Platinum, Difficulty in Constructing, (370)
  • Thomas, jun., Mr. John, (625)
  • Thorium Nitrate for Gas Mantles Imported into the United States, (419)
  • Thrisbiog Machine, An Old, 454
  • Thrashing Machines, British and American, Imported into Damascus, (276)
  • Tides and Currents in Canadian Waters, Survey of, 34
  • Timber, Jarrah, Ravages of Shipworms on, 418 Piles to Concrete, Adhesion of, 167
  • The United Kingdom Russia’s Bsst Customer for, (205)
  • Tin-Aluminium Alloy, Behaviour of a Filed and Unfiled Rod of, when Plunged in Cold Water, (253)
  • in Canadi, Discovery of, (230) Sorap, K'octrolytic Methods of Treating, 5, 131
  • Todd, Major, 106
  • Ton Weight in the United States ? What is a, (323)
  • Tool Grinder, 5C4
  • Tools, Pneumatic, 209
  • Torquay, Regulation of the Use of Locomotives on the Roads, 389

Trade:

  • Australian Trade Marks, 427
  • Belgium, Gun Barrels sent to Birmingham from Liege to be Tested that they may Get the Birmingham Mark, (299)
  • Bradford, American Consul’s Returns for July, Total of Exports, (157)
  • Civil Engineers and our Export, R. L., 110 ; A Manufacturer, 131 ; Manufacturing Engineers, 186
  • Consulting Engineers and our Export, 278 Control of Prices, The, 298
  • Cotton, American and Egyptian, Imported at Manchester, (597)
  • Dumping, 279
  • Expenditure, Supervision and Control cf, 51,
  • no
  • Export, Consulting Engineers and our, 278
  • France’s Exports to the United Kingdom and Belgium, and Imports from the United Kingdom and United States, (445)
  • France’s Trade with her Colonies and Foreign Countries, (445)
  • Korea, Foreign, (85)
  • Machinery, Metals, Imported into Russia, 1903, (299)
  • Riga, (299)
  • and Science, 160
  • Steel, Depression, (323)
  • Switzerland, Machinery and Vehicles Imported into, (597)
  • Tariff Commission, 86, 89, 121, 137, (432), 478, 529, 603

Trade and Business Announcements:

  • 22, 48, 98, 170, 192, 218, 241, 265, 287, 310, 334, 381, 406, 430, 458, 484, 508, 557, 584, 634, 656
  • Trades Union Congress at Leeds, Agenda, (230)
  • Traffic on Public Roads, Extraordinary, 333
  • Transvaal, Commercial Aspect in the, 319 Trust Legislation in Germany, 294
  • United States, Sound Condition of the General Business of, (393)
  • Weights and Measures, British Mode of Giving, A Constant Cause of Complaint with Foreign Buyers, (230)
  • TRUCK, Barrel, 93
  • Trust Legislation iu Germany, 294 T-squares, Roller Attachment for, (380)

Tramways, Electric and other:

  • Accounts, Report by the Comptroller of the, (35)
  • Bath, (445)
  • Belfast, (597)
  • Birmingham, (370), 374. (445), (471)
  • Bournemouth, Sunday Observance, (571)
  • Bradford. (621)
  • British, Municipalisalion of, (323)
  • Buenos Ayres and Belgrano, (370); Mr. E, L. Gordon’s Invention, (370)
  • Car Wheels and Rails, Cost and Maintenance of, Mr. A. N. Bannister, (452)
  • Centre Poles on. Board of Trade’s Regulations Respecting, (182)
  • Cheap Trains Act, Mr. Forbes, Evidence, (85) Coal Mines, Electric in, (297)
  • Colchester, (621)
  • Compmition with Railways, 352
  • Coventry, (20)
  • Davenport and District, (182)
  • Dover, (318), (498), (521). (554)
  • Economics of Electric Tramways in Britain, Jtobt. H. Smith, 461
  • Edinburgh and District, Appointment of Mr. Holden, (571)
  • Electric, in Coal Mines, (297) System Promoted by the Middlesex
  • County Council, 201 Traction of Coal, Tunstall, (297) without Rails, 274
  • Exeter, (498)
  • Finsbury Park to Wood Green, Official Inspection, (85)
  • Geneva, (621)
  • Genoa and Suburbs, Mileage of, (134)
  • Germany, Electric Traction Introduced into, Tweniy-five ^ ears Ago, (323)
  • Glasgow Corporation, Mr, Jas. Dalrymple, Manager, (393)
  • Glasgow, iVofita and Revenue, (11), 147 ; Power Consumption of, (253)
  • Gordon, Mr. E. L., Ills Invention Tried at Palermo, (370)
  • Goulding, Mr. W. J., Baronetcy Conferred on, (11)
  • Hythe and Sandgate, (157)
  • India-rubber Gloves, Use of, 619
  • Kief Station, Diesel JCngines at, (276)
  • Loeds, Half-year’s Accounts, (419)
  • Leith, (445)
  • Lifeguard of a Tramcar at Preston, Life Saved by, (182)
  • Live Rail, Dangers of the, 207, 235, 307, 345, 370, 421, 619 ; Use of India-rubber Gloves, 619
  • Liverpool, (134), (299). (370)
  • London County Council, Blackfriars - road and Westminster Bridge-road, Proposed, (393), (546), (621)
  • Rosebery Avenue, (498)
  • Roof Covers for Electric Cars, (157); Mileage Run by the, (370)
  • London, Deptford, and Greenwich Undertaking, Price of, (577)
  • Metropolitan, 166, 182, 501, (571) S^uth, Conduit, Brixton and Streatham Branch, 290, 291
  • United, Fifteen Miles of New Lines Authorised, (546)
  • Loien(jo Marques, (276)
  • Madeleine-Colombes, Overhead Electric, (182) Newcastle Corporation and the Tyneside Tramways, Dispute between, (85), (230)
  • Newcastle, Manager’s Resignation, (419)
  • New South Wales, 350
  • North Metropolitan, Dividend, Mileage Run, Traffic, (157)
  • Northampton Corporation, 150
  • North Shields and Newcastle, (230)
  • Norwich, Tramway Companies and Roadway Repairs, 91
  • Passengers and Speed Indicators, 327
  • Permanent Way for, Mr. C. T. Taylor on, 554 ; Mr. A. N. Connett on, 575
  • Peru and Chilo, (345)
  • Preston, Specification, 106; Completion of the System, (111)
  • Ribble Estuary, near Lytham, Financial Difficulties Overcome, Transporter Bridge Ordered, (253)
  • Rio de Janeiro, (419)
  • Royton and Crompton, (498)
  • Running Powers over, 37
  • Salford Corporation, Length of, (111)
  • Savoy, Aiguille de Gotiter, (253)
  • Sheffield, (370), (646), (649)
  • South Coast, Ramsgate to Hastings, vid Dover, Folkestone, (345)
  • Speed Allowances on Light Railways and, Mr, A. R, Fearnley, (452)
  • Surface Contact, Leader on, 326
  • Swinton, (157)
  • Teddington and Ealing, Question of the Noise Caused by Tramcars, (393)
  • Tracks Treated with Crude Oil by the Oakland Transit Company, (157)
  • Tram and Road Car of the Future, Mr. A. Clark on the, (571)
  • Tramways and Light Railways Association, (258), 4C6, 452
  • Tyneside, Electric Traction on, 274, 282
  • Tyneside Company’s Cars Ssen in Newcastle for the First Time, (230)
  • Wicklow to the Quays, (11)
  • Wolverhampton, (74)
  • Yarmouth, Belgian Rails for, (597)
  • Yarmouth, Rebate on the Charge for Electric Energy Supplied to, (621)
  • “TUBE MILL,” The “Chinese” and the, (285)
  • Tube Mill in the Transvaal, The, 246
  • Tunnels, Chicigo River, Lowering, (35) Contracts, Big, (133)
  • Greenwich Footway, its Cost, (621)
  • Hot Springs and the Simplon, 179, 244, 341, 385, 415, 488,489, 568
  • Ratcliff-Rotherhithe, (230)
  • Under the Elbe at Hamburg, Projected, (11), (182)
  • Underihe River, Chicago, (276)
  • Tunnelling through Water-bearing Strata, 43

Turbines:

  • and Water-wheels, Mr. G. S. Williams on, 537
  • Curtis, Steam, 3, 61, (85), 639
  • De Laval, Steam, 3 i
  • Different Conditions Existing in Steam and Water, (571)
  • Efficiency, 187, 235, 252
  • Efficiency ? Student, 187 ; R. H. Smith, 235
  • Fractional Supply Steam, Improvements in 410
  • Frictional Losses in Steam, 331
  • Gas, Scientific Investigation into the Possibilities of the, Mr. Neilson, 414, 422, 429
  • Holzworfch, 589
  • Letter from J. A. S. on, (19)
  • Parsons-Westinghouse, Steam, 639
  • Potential Efficiency of. Prime Movers, C. V. Kerr, 68
  • Rateau, Steam, 3, 455
  • Steam, 3, (19), 61, 68, 85, 331, 410, 455, 474, 503, 537, 571, 589, 639, (646)
  • Used Instead of Impulse Wheels in a High- head Water-power Plant, (521)
  • Utilisation of Exhaust Steam in Steam Turbines, 455
  • TURNER, Mr. Tom Newsum, 263
  • Turner’s Workshop with Motive Wheel and Dog to Turn it, (546)
  • Turning Record, A, (582), 628
  • UNWIN, Professor W. C., 39»
  • United States Foreign Immigration, (61)
  • United States Joint Manoeuvres of the Army and Navy, (253)
  • University of Liverpool: Faculty of Engineering, (451)
  • University, Manchester, (476)
  • Uralite Competition, A, (432)
  • Uralite Sheets, Practical Test by Fire of Hut Lined with, (85)
  • Uranium Atom, Average Life o', (393)
  • Urquhart, Mr. Thomas, 64
  • VACUUM Cesspool Exhauster, Messrs. Merriweather and Co., 530
  • Valve, The Hoy “Pop” Safety. 329
  • Valve, The “Symbol” Steam, 329
  • Valves and Valve Gear, 411, 418, 500, 532
  • Vesuvius, Ores Deposited by the Steam-jots Issuing from the Cone, (521)
  • Victoria University of Manchester, (476)
  • WAGON, Low Side Bogie Goods, 387
  • Pyrodyen Steam, 387
  • Steam, at the R.A.S., 16
  • Walker, Mr. F, Blennerhassett, (303)
  • Walsall, Loan Applied for, for Land for Sewage Farm Purposes, (646)
  • Warton, Mr., (98)
  • Watch Springs, Steel taken from Sheffield for, by Swiss Watchmakers, (85)
  • Water-cooling Plant, Messrs. L. F, Gjers and J. H. Harrison, (333)
  • Waterproofing Dress Materials, Process for, (621) Water Purification, Papers on, 538
  • Water in Rivers and Open Channels, Measurement of Running, W. H. Wheeler, 562
  • Water-seal Steam Trap, 504
  • Water Softener, Reisert Automatic, 653 Water-softening Plants for Locomotive Boilerfeeding, (164)

Water Supply:

  • Barnsley, Midhope Reservoir, (571) Birmingham’s New, 77, 87
  • Birmingham, Welsh Water Enters, (332) Bosnia and the Herzagovina, (419)
  • Boston, (445)
  • Bradford, Mr. Jas. Watson’s Salary Raised, (61)
  • Carlisle, The Geltsdale Scheme and Lord Carlisle, (445)
  • Catcleugh Reservoir, (205)
  • Colombo, (11)
  • Connecticut, Storage Reservoirs in, (646)
  • Copper Sulphate, Treatment for, 34
  • Cotonou, in Dahomey, (571)
  • Denver, Dam under Construction at Lake Cheesman, (621)
  • Derwent Valley Scheme, (405)
  • Derwent Watershed, (169)
  • Dunfermline, (218)
  • East London Waterworks, Pumping Plant, 328 Edinburgh and District, Rainfall, 1904, (471) Edinburgh, New Scheme, (258)
  • Gainsborough, 104, 105
  • German Towns, (521)
  • Girvin, Ayrshire, (182)
  • Glasgow Corporation, Revenue and Expenditure, (61)
  • Haulbowline Dockyard, (471)
  • Huelva, (299)
  • Kidderminster, (555)
  • Langsett Reservoir, Valves Closed, (393), (405)
  • Lawrence, Mass., U.S., (345)
  • Little Don Valley Works of the Sheffield Corporation, (11), (333), (393), (405)
  • Manchester Corporation, Subsidence of the Crudenshaw Reservoirs, (157)
  • Manchester, from Thirlmere, (230), (445), 580
  • Measurement of Running Water in Rivers and Open Channels, W. H. Wheeler on, 562
  • Meter for City Mains, Mr. A. S. Tuttle, 34
  • Metropolitan, May Report, (35); June, (205); July, (299); August, (323); September, (445) ; October, (597)
  • Water Board, Question of the Supply of Water to Motor Vehicles, (445)
  • Water Board, Mr. W, B. Bryan’s Appointment, (11); Standardissd Water Fittings, (651)
  • Nagasaki, (276)
  • Newcastle and Gateshead, (205)
  • New York, (393)
  • New York, The Croton Dam, 209
  • North Blyth, (498)
  • Paris Municipal Council Sends Deputation to Germany to Inspect Water Supply Methods, (205) ; Warns all Inhabitants to Boil Water for Drinking, (206)
  • Pittsburg, U.S., Ordinances with Regard to Filtration, (646)
  • Prevention of Vegetable Growths in Reservoirs, United States, (297)
  • Purification of Water, Papers on the, 538 Rand, (111)
  • Reisert Automatic Water Softener, The, 653
  • Riga, (299)
  • Rusting of Hoops on Wooden Water Tanka, Dangers Attendant on, (471)
  • Russia, Report on the Available Power of, (323)
  • Shanghai Waterworks (Siipiy/ement, I)eeemler IQfk, 1904), 602, 603
  • Sheffield, Rotherham and Doncaster, (11), (333), (393), (405)
  • Shimonoseki Waterworks, Cost of, (157) Shrewsbury, (97)
  • Simla, (498)
  • Skipton, (546)
  • South Africa, Water-power, (453)
  • South Staffordshire Waterworks, Hinksbvd Pumping Station (SuppUnicnt, July 223jf^, 1904), 28,36, 40, 98
  • Standardised Water Fittings, (651)
  • Tees Valley, Long Newton and Hury Reservoirs, (646)
  • Thames, Water Abstracted from, (419)
  • United States, Bursting of Reservoir in North Carolina, (471)
  • Varna, (230)
  • Wellington, (143)
  • WEIGHTS Carried on the Backs of Men, The Greatest, (445)
  • Weight of Crowds, Experiments on the, (498)
  • Weight per Square Foot of Floor Area of Live
  • People in Crowds, (621)
  • Wei-hai-Wei to Receive the Treatment of a Foreign Port, (216)
  • Westrumite, Use of, by the Paris Anti-Dust League, (35)
  • Wheel Gearing, Mr. W. H, Thombery, (418), 645
  • Wheels, Adhesion of Steam Wagon, 532, 551, 629
  • Wheels with Deep Rims, Joints of, (498)
  • Whitworth Scholarships and Exhibitions, List of Successful Candidates, (299)
  • Willey, Mr. Henry Alfred, (331)
  • Winch, Electrically-driven, Chambers, Scott and Co., 297
  • Wind, Destruction of a Mississippi Bridge by, 590
  • Winding Plants for Great Depths, 269
  • Windmill, Demolition of a Famous, 238 Windmills Unknown in China, (498) Wire Rope Excavated at Pompeii, (157) Wolverhampton Rates, (597)
  • Wood, Mr. T. B., 19
  • Preserving Process, The Powell, 452 Pulp Industries, Swedish and Norwegiin, (111)
  • Testing, Treated to Resist Fire, (182) Turpentine, (157) worker. The Wadkin, 602
  • Degreasing, Last of a Series of Patents

Workmen’s Compensation Act:

  • 177
  • Application at the Lancaster County-court, Judge Coventry’s Decision, (307)
  • Drain on the Funds of Friendly Societies i Caused by, (299)
  • Newport, Important Decision given by his Honour Judge Owen at, (393)
  • Vail V. Mr. T. L. Harding, 19
  • WORKSHOPS at Sea, 601
  • YENISEI and Obi, Exploration of Sea Route from Archangel and Petersburg to the, (471)
  • Zircon, Uses of, (419)
  • Zinc, Stamped Sheet, for Metal Ceilings, (182)

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