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The Engineer 1905 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
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Accidents, Explosions, Fires:

  • Appliances to Safeguard against. Competition of, at Milan Exhibition, (87)
  • Automobile Accidents, United States, (216) Accidents, Explosions, Fires:
  • Appliances to Safeguard against. Competition of, at Milan Exhibition, (87)
  • Automobile Accidents, United States, (216)
  • Bursting of Fly-wheel in American Mill, (415)
  • Bursting of a Shell, Whale Island Gunnery School, (264)
  • Bursting of Water Tank at Hatton, (163)
  • Explosion, Clydach Vale, Mr. Gray’s Report on, 226
  • - in Goods Wagon that had contained Wine, Chiasso, Italy, (140)
  • - Laundry, 418
  • - Melinite, Nancy, (140)
  • - Wattstown Colliery, 41, 50, (74), 116
  • Fire, Forests in Castille Destroyed by, (140)
  • - Railway Depot, Hoboken, New York, (140)
  • - at South Durham Steel and Iron Company’s Works, West Hartlepool, (415), (427)
  • Landslip on the Canadian Pacific Railway, (163)
  • London Streets in 1904, 1903, 1902, (311)
  • Mill Engine Fly-wheel Accident, Rochdale, (250)
  • Mines and Quarries of the United Kingdom, (337)
  • Motor ’Bus Burnt through Ignition of Petrol Tank, (264)
  • Railway Accidents—see Railway
  • ACETYLENE, 303, (369), 381, (525)
  • Adiabatic, Meaning of, 583, 625, 645
  • Administrative Responsibility, 193
  • Aerodrome, The Langley, 224, 250
  • Aeronautical News, (37)
  • Agricultural Machinery, American Threshing Machines and Traction Engines, 457, 458, 486, 508, 509, 534, 560
  • - Imported to Uruguay from N. America, and the United Kingdom, (465)
  • - Made and Sold in United States each Year and Waste of same, (163)
  • - Motor, Mr. Dan Albone’s, (465)
  • - Show at Cairo, Biennial, (541)
  • Air Compressor, Francois, 281
  • Air in Condensers, 536
  • Airship, The Barton-Rawson, 96
  • Alarm to Give Warning when an Injector becomes Inoperative, (386)
  • Alcohol in Germany, Cost of its Manufacture, (264)
  • Allen, Mr. W. E., His Gift to Sheffield University, 74
  • Alliance Works, Darlington, Bought by Messrs. Richardson, Blake and Co., (251)
  • Alloy of Arsenic and Copper, (216)
  • - for Castings for Hydraulic Purposes, The
  • - Best, (189)
  • - of Nickel and Iron, Awaruite a Natural, (216)
  • - Platinoid, (288)
  • - Research Committee, Seventh Report to the, 511, 521, 613
  • - see also Metals Almanacs, 604, 622, 650
  • Aluminium Paper, (288)
  • Aluminium Used in Manufacture of Explosives, (288)
  • Aluminium—see also Metals
  • Ammunition, The New D Bullet for the French Infantry, (442)
  • Angles, Measurement of, 171, 414 Angles, Sines of, 235
  • Annealing, Spontaneous, (413), 419, 424

Appointments and Resignations Appointments:

  • Clerk, Mr. Dugald, (92)
  • Davis. Mr. W. J., (579) '
  • Hill, Mr. Vincent, (491)
  • Kirkpatrick, Mr. C. R. 0., (274)
  • Lancashire, Mr. W. T., (311)
  • Paget, Mr. Cecil W., (264)

Resignations:

  • Barry, Sir John Wolfe (163)
  • Hunter, Sir David, (11)
  • Sidebottom, Colonel Wm., (427)
  • Wainwright, Mr. Thos., (274)
  • APPRENTICESHIP Question, The, 571, 641
  • A. P. Head Memorial Fund, (475)
  • Aquameter, The, (216)
  • Argyll Motors, Limited, New Works, (213)
  • Argyll Motors, Limited, Mr. A. Govan at the Social Gathering of the Workmen of, (567)

Armour:

  • Era Steel, Armour for Gun Mountings made of, (333)
  • Armour for Japanese Navy made by British Manufacturers, (23)
  • Kruppised Armour Plate, Test of, (239) Orders, 193
  • Plate Rolling Mill, Markische Maschinenbau Anstalt Wetter-Ruhr (Supplement. September l.'^e, 1905), 212
  • Plate Saw, U.S.A., (498)
  • Rolling Plant, New, Davy Bros., Limited, for Cammell Laird and Co.’s Cyclops Works, (37)
  • Tests at Indian Head, (465)
  • ARMOURED Concrete Tunnels, New Design for, 258
  • Artesian Well, An, 439
  • Asphalt Laid on Concrete and Concrete Applied to Asphalt, (385)

Association, British:

  • Accidental Breakage of Winding Ropes in Mines, Prof. John Perry, 223, 301
  • Chemical Section, Mr. G. T. Beilby’s Presidential Address and Papers by Mr. H. F. Julian and Mr. H, A. White, 301
  • Darwin, Prof., Inaugural Address, 301, 302
  • Dust Fuel Firing, Mr. A. M. Robeson, 380 Electrical Distribution of Power, Prof. Ayrton, (301)
  • Engineering Section, Presidential Address of I Col. Sir C. Scott-Moncrieff, 199, 301
  • Sir W. H. Preece on Wireless Telegraphy, 301
  • Electric Power Distribution for the Rand, Mr. Robt. Hammond, 302, 380
  • Honorary Degrees Awarded by the Cape of Good Hope University, 301
  • Invitation to Leicester, 1907, (11)
  • Irrigation, Col. Sir C. Scott-Moncrieff on, 199
  • Local Cost of Living, Mr. Alexander Aiken, 302
  • Magnetic Survey of South Africa, Professors
  • Beattie and Morison, 301
  • Mathematical Section, Teaching of Elementary
  • Mechanics, ProfeESor J. Perry, 302
  • Mathematical and Physical Section, Professor Forsyth’s Presidential Address, 301; Sir D.. Gill on the Geodetic Survey of South Africa, 301
  • Meeting to be held at Leicester in 1907, (442)
  • Physics Section, Papers Presented, 301,
  • South Africa, Arrival in, 301; Presidential
  • Address of Col. Sir C. Scott-Moncrieff, 199, 301
  • Steam Turbines as Applied to Ocean Liners, J. Harvard Biles, 296
  • Steel as an Igneous Rock, Professor Arnold, 380 Visits and Excursions, 380
  • Visits to Mines, 301

Association, British Weights and Measures:

  • Platt Bros, and Co.’s Donation to, (112)
  • Association of Cleansing* Superintendents ;
  • Eight Years’ Cleansing Work in Sheffield, Mr. Gent, (19)
  • Presidential Address, Mr. Jas. Jackson, (19)

Association of Engineers-in-Charge:

  • Belt Engineering, Mr. John Tullis, 270 High-pressure Gas Illumination, Mr. J. W. Blakey, (564)

Association of Engineers, The Leeds;

  • Presidential Address of Mr. W. H, Drake, 333 Economics of Electric Driving, Mr. Percy Rosling, (439)
  • Melting and Cooling of Cast Iron, Mr. R. Buchanan, 552
  • Visit to Steel Works of Messrs. E. Allen and Co,, Sheffield, (171)
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester:
  • Constantine Gold Medal presented to Mr. R. M. Nielson, (451)
  • Conversazione, (287), (384) Engineers, Training of, (605)
  • Results of Technical Education in Engineering, Professor Goodman, (536)
  • Visit to Portsmouth and Isle of Wight, (61)
  • Association Generale des Ingenieurs et Hygienistes Municipaux:
  • Formation of, (439)

Association, Glasgow and West of Scotland Foremen Engineers and Ironworkers:

  • Opening Meeting and Papers to be Read, 388
  • Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical:
  • Costs and Tariff for Electric Supply, Mr. H. Kilgour, 6
  • Electricity Supply in Industrial Areas from a Municipal Point of View, Councillor Hodgson, 6
  • Local Factor, its Effects Upon an Electricity Station, Mr. Councillor Sinclair, 5
  • Presidential Address, Mr. F. Newington, 6 Street Lighting, Mr. E. E. Headley, 5 Visits, 5, 6

Association of Ireland, Engineering and Scientific:

  • Classes for Instruction, (324)
  • Association, London Geologists’;
  • Geological Excursion to Central Wales, (61)

Association of Mechanical Engineers, Birmingham:

  • Meetings, (580), (615)
  • Romance of Waste, Mr. W. F. Goodrich, (478)

Association of Municipal and County Engineers:

  • Scottish District Meeting, (86)
  • Meetings at Ayr, (213), and at Tottenham, (357) Midland District Meeting, Papers to be Read,
  • Municipal Administration of Tottenham and its Development, W. H. Prescott, (357)

Association of Teachers in Technical Institutes:

  • Annual General Meeting, (439)

Association, Tramways and Light Railways:

  • Paving of Roadways, Mr. W. L. Green, 699 Programme and Visits as Arranged, (398), (422)
  • Roller Bearings, Mr. Thos. W. How, 422

Association of Waterworks Engineers, British:

  • Tenth Winter Meeting and Papers to be Read at, Mr. B. Latham on Lead Poisoning, (524), (578) ' '

Association, Yorkshire Miners:

  • Litigation between the Denaby and Cadeby Colliery Co. and the, (91)
  • Speech by Mr. J. Wadsworth, 91
  • ATLANTIC Turbine, 543
  • Australia, South, Area under Cultivation, (113) Autoloc, The, 592
  • Awaruite, (216)
  • Ayr, Removal of (361)
  • BAGHDAD, Ice
  • Pumps for Raising and Cleansing Water, Wanted, (442)
  • Baku, Naphtha Industry, Government asked to Guarantee Adequate Protection for, (264)
  • Balearic Isles, Fortification of, (189)
  • Ball Lightning, 645
  • Balloon and Kite Ascents, from January to April,
  • Ballooning Competition, Li^ge, (252)
  • Band Saw with Automatic Feed, Messrs. A. Ransome and Co., Limited, 44
  • Barnard Medal of Columbia University, (37)
  • Bartel, M., on the Erosion and Corrosion of the Earth Surface, (515)
  • Barton-Rawson Airship, The, 96 Bastian Lamp, (357)
  • Beam-testing Plant, 96
  • Becquerel, Prof. H., Discoveries in Field of Radioactivity, (37)
  • Behaviour of Materials of Construction under Pure Shear, Mr. E. G. Izod, 647
  • Belgian Government International Congress at Mons, (214)
  • Bellamy, Mr. C. R., (648)
  • Belt Engineering, Mr. John Tullis on, 270
  • Belt and Rope Drives, Notes on, by James Stor- month, 609
  • Bicycle or Ldvocyclette, The Hill-climbing Machine of the Future, (567)
  • Bicycles, Trade at Genoa, (87)

Bills:

  • Accrington Water Supply, (442) Baker-street and Waterloo Railway, (37)
  • Canals, Second Bill relating to, (37)
  • Croydon Water Supply, 100
  • Factory and Workshop Act, Regulations for Use of Locomotives and Wagons on Lines and Sidings, (11)
  • Haslingden Town Council’s Omnibus Bill, (415)
  • Highways and Locomotives, 1878, and Locomotives on Highways, 1896, Use of Pedrail Locomotives Authorised, (159)
  • London Traffic, 495
  • Motor Car Acts, 148
  • Motor Roads, Construction by Private Companies, (442)
  • New Mills, District Council’s, (593)
  • Power Bill for London, 95
  • Prussian Canal, (337)
  • Prussian Diet, Protection of Miners, &c., (11) St. Neots Power Scheme, (593)
  • Southport, Birkdale, and West Lancashire Water Board’s, (63)
  • Thames Conservancy, (37), 40
  • Usk Navigation Improvement, (618) BIRCHALL, Mr. Charles, (19)
  • Birmingham, Widening of Bull-street, (567)
  • Black, Mr. William, (43)
  • Blast Furnace Calculations, J. L. Stevenson, 177 Blast Furnace Hoist, Electrically-driven, 462 Blue Bricks to Face the Dam at Cray Reservoir, Swansea, (140)
  • Board of Trade Returns, 494

Boilers:

  • Babcock and Wilcox Water-tube -v. Scotch Cylindrical, (11)
  • Corrosion of Condenser Tubes, 602
  • Dispute on the Tyne between Engineers and Boilermakers, suggesting “ When is a Boiler not a Boiler?” (491)
  • Explosions: Why are they Violent ? 339, 369, 422,447,645 ,
  • Feed-water Heaters, E. H, Briggs, 77
  • Flash, Efficiency of, (536), (574), (589) Furnaces, Combustion in, 418
  • I Hard Water and, (374)
  • Heater Detartariser, Joseph Wright and Co. 396
  • Induced Draught to Steam, Mr. W. H. Casmey on, (411)
  • Locomotive, 393
  •  ; Marine Fire-tube, Colonel G. Scialpi, 335
  • Plates, Fractures in Large Steel, Mr. J. Milton, 81; Leader on, 89
  • Plates and the Elastic Limit, 290, 319
  • Scialpi, 336
  • Stay Bolts for Locomotive Boilers, Iron and Copper, 397 ; by John Livingstone, 450
  • Steam, Comparative Tests of Saturated and Superheated, (415)
  • Superheated and Saturated Steam for Marine Purposes, Comparative Tests of, (416)
  • Tubes, Corrosion of, (163)
  • Water-tube, Singular Dispute in regard to, (593)
  • BOLCKOW, Vaughan and Co,, Limited, Dividend Paid since 1901, (201)
  • Bolted J oints. Strength of, 472, 523
  • Bonnybridge Drainage Works, (465) Borough Councils and the Factory Acts, 545 Bradford Sewage Scheme, (541)
  • Brazil, Imports into, in 1904 and 1903, (593) Brazilian Rubber Industry, (239)
  • Brett, Mr. E. S., (43)
  • Bricks, Artificial Sandstone, Factory in British Columbia, (11)
  • Bricks, Quartzite, New Swedish Industry. (640) Brick, Sand Lime, 188
  • British Science Guild, 444

Bridges:

  • Aberdeen, Reconstruction of Union, (63)
  • Austrian State Railway, Use of Basic Bessemer Steel, (541)
  • Austria, Salcarno, Second Largest Stone Arch, (491) ’
  • Ayr, Removal of “The Auld Brig,” (361) Brooklyn, Peculiarity of Construction, (337) Building, American and European, (311) Building, Smart, (319)
  • Compressed Air Foundations for. G. W. M. Boycott, 103, 136
  • Displacement of the Semi-arches of a Stone. 646 ’
  • Gateshead, Over West-street, Smart Piece of Engineering, (189)
  • Girders, Testing Heavy Rolled Steel, 96, 121
  • Groat Northern Railway Company’s Road, at Stevenage, 96
  • Grosvenor, London, Brighton and South Ccast Railway, 308
  • Havre de Grace, Pennsylvania Railway, 525 Hoang-Ho, over the, (640)
  • Hull, New Swing, Opened, (385)
  • Lenne River, Westphalia, 650
  • London, Blackfriars, Widening Project, (337) Blackfriars, Southwark and Tower, Cost of Lighting, Cleansing and Repairing of, (239)
  • Piles found supposed to have formed part of Cofferdam made in Connection with the Rebuilding, (288) Vauxhall, (319)
  • Manhattan, Contract, (288)
  • Matolla River, (618)
  • Mattig, Austria, Cantilever, over the, ^6
  • Maximum Bending Moments due to Rolling Loads, 54
  • Mississippi, Cantilever, over the, 66, 132
  • New York, Harlem Ship Canal, Old Span Replaced by New, Delicate Engineering Feat, (516)
  • New York Suspension, 260
  • Paris, Reconstruction of the Pont du Carrousel, (385) ’
  • Plauen Viaduct, 408, 409
  • Railway, for Egypt, (239)
  • St. Lawrence, at Quebec, Cantilever, (465) Shrewsbury, Widening of the English Bridge at, (415), (491) «
  • Tennessee River, 188
  • Transporter, for Middlesbrough, (311)
  • Treskow, over the River Spree, 699
  • Tweed, The Ancient Wooden Bridge Across the, (113)
  • United States, Pontoon Bridge Equipment for the Troops, (640)
  • Vauriat, in the Puy de Dome, Railway Bridge of Unusual Dimensions, (415)
  • Victoria Falls Railway, 260
  • Walney Channel, A New Bridge across the, (113)
  • Yarmouth, Widening of Haven, (63)

BRIQUETTE Making, Material for, (385) Brown, Mr. Charles, 384

  • Brussels Diplomatic Conference, England to be Represented, (189)
  • Building in New York, Proposed Erection of a Forty-nine Storey, (264)
  • Building Stone and Natural Bed, 15
  • Buford Irrigation Project, The, 317
  • CALCIUM Carbide Industry in France, (337)
  • Calculating Machine, Blaise Pascal’s. (618) Calendars, 474, 604, 650
  • Calibrating Instrument, 249
  • Cammell, Laird and Co., and the Fairfield Co,, Combination of, (554)
  • Campbell, Mr. Jas., 384
  • Canada, Industrial Census of, 1901, (361)
  • Canada and the United States, Relative Cost of Production of Manufactured Articles in, (491
  • Canadian Customs Tariff Revision, 218
  • Canadian Manufacturers and the Tariff Revision, (H)
  • Canal Excavating Machine, 549

Canals:

  • Antwerp, A Five-mile Canal with open Docks, (640)
  • Basingstoke, 186, (189), 193, 247 Berlin-Stettin, (337)
  • Bordeaux and Toulon, French Project, (601) Communication in this Country, Question cf Improved, (11)
  • Cronstadt to Sh. Petersburg, (11) Ghent and Terneuzan, Deepening of, (337) Kaiser Wilhelm, Widening of, (465) Irrigation, California, Rivers Drained by, and Lake Dried up, (140)
  • Lake Superior to Pittsburg, (113)
  • Loader on, 641
  • Leeds and Liverpool, Effect of Long Drought on, (189)
  • Manchester Ship, Dock, 94; New Works on the Mersey, (238); Traffic Returns for September, (415)
  • Marseilles to the Rhone, (288), (593)
  • Menzaleh, Proposed Route across the Lake, (87) Nantes and Briare, (288)
  • North Sea and Baltic, Report on the Tenth Working Year, (465)
  • Oder and Vistula, (337)
  • Panama, 15, (37), (163) (465). 562, (693)
  • Prussian Canal Bill Passed, (337) Rhine-Weser, (337) Sault St. Marie. (87), (618)
  • Second Bill Relating to, (37)
  • Suez, Navigable Dimensions of, (113); Transit Receipts, 1903. 1904, (87)
  • Teltow, Electric Traction on, 606
  • Trust, Strong Central, (37)
  • United States Canal Board, Width and Depth of Locks of the Barge Canal System, (163) Utilisation of, 193
  • White Sea and Baltic, (11)
  • Zeebrugge and Bruges, Opened for Traffic, (337)
  • CAPSTAN, 25-Ton Steam, 16
  • Carbutt, Sir Edward Hamer (with Portrait), 367 Cardiff, German and Italian Offices in, (288), (298) Cargo-conveying Machine, American, 212 Caitridges for Quick-firing Gnns, Manufacture of, 413, (419), 424, 448
  • Casting of Uuubual Dimensions, Newhall Works, (593)

Catalogues:

  • 72, 98, 172, 196. 224, 242, 252, 275, 319, 349, 372, 400, 478, 502, 578, 606, 645
  • CATALOGUES, Classification of, by Bureau of Commercial Intelligence at Prague, (515)
  • Consuls and, 293 and Standards, 447
  • Celluloid, Risks of Fires Caused by Use of, Measures of, Precaution Recommended, (44)
  • Cement Industry, The German, (640); New Zealand, (416)
  • Mill in Mexico, The Second, (113) Portland—sec Portland Production, Denmark. (11)
  • Census Taken in Germany, (618)
  • Chain Cable Groynes, Mr. Allanson-Winn, 601
  • Chain, Morse, 474
  • Charing Cross Roof, 622
  • Cheap Houses for Artisan Classes, Liverpool, 7
  • Chicago Population. (87)
  • Chicago Tunnels, 32, 58, 93
  • Chimney, Concrete, 307ft. high, (37)
  • Chimney, Reinforced Concrete, 300ft. high, (163) Chimneys, Steel, United States and Mexico, Dimensions of Large, (618)
  • Cleanliness of an African Forest in Contrast to an American, (515)
  • Cleansing Superintendents, Congress of, 19
  • Clifton Spa Pump Room, Unveiling of a Memorial Tablet, (37)
  • Clowes, Sir Wm. Laird (with Portrait), 162
  • Clyde Trust New Works, 244

Coal:

  • Annually Imported into London, (667) Anthracite, Alaska, (491)
  • Experiments with, in the United States Navy, (216)
  • Imported from Cardiff for Use of Puget Sound Navy Yard, (37) Ashes from Bituminous, where M*-chauical Stokers are Used, its Fuel Value, (216) Belgium, Export of Home-raised, (337) Bituminous Gas, Removal of Tar from, (189) British, Output, an 1 its Uses, (593) Cahforbian, and Crude Oil, their Relations Tested, (641)
  • Cardiff, German and Italian Offices at, (288), (298)
  • Cardiff, for Italian Railways, (288), (298)
  • Colliery Development near Doncaster, 414
  • Cutting in Great Britain, Report on, (288) Contracts, Railway, 499, 536
  • Cntt.i»ig Machines little Used in India, (264), (385)
  • Do)..6v, Floating, for Valencia, (140)
  • Discussion in Wales, End of the, 578
  • Doncaster, Colliery Development near, 414
  • Doneiz Basin, Estimated Production for 1905, (87)
  • Ebctro-Peat, Plant for Manufacture of, (189)
  • Enginedrs and, 469
  • Exp >rt Trade iu, 314
  • Garman. Replacing Welsh at Marseilles, (189), (202)
  • llanoliDg Machinery, Coventry Electricity Works, 446
  • Fo’liday, Mr. M. F., Experiments on Sponta- leous Combustion, (68); with 16 Candle* power Lamp Embedded in Coal Dust, (68)
  • Ilul), Yorkshire Coal Exports at, 360
  • Inden, near Aachen, Field Discovered, (140) .(*pan Ri’ing Pricj and Scarcity of, (113) Japanese, (264)
  • M haoicai JStokers, Coventry Electricity Works, 446
  • M' era’ Lamps, Mr. Holliday’s Experiments, (68)
  • Miucjs in Pr«.s3ia, Protection of, (337)
  • Mining Machinery, Increased Use of, Likoly in Alabama, (87)
  • Moat Farm Estate, Boring for, (73)
  • Motor-Starting Panel for Colliery Work, A.
  • Reyrolle and Co., 498
  • New York’s Annual Consumption of, (u40) Nova Scotia, Discovery of, in, (63) Outlook, Mr. Macaulay on the, (24) Output, Holland, (491)
  • Output Returns in this Country, in United States and Germany, (567)
  • Power Developed by a Ton of Bituminous, put Through Gas Producer, (63)
  • Railway Consumption of, in this Country, (567)
  • Railway Contracts, 499, 536—see also Railway News, Various
  • Retail Prices, Philadelphia and New York, (442)
  • Ruhr District Output, (37)
  • Russia, Lack of, (163)
  • Seams Discovered on the Chindwin River, (311) Siding, Enormous, Great Central Railway, 476 South African Area, New Strike in, (618) South Yorkshire Coalfields, 260
  • South Yorkshire Coalowners and the Conciliation Board, 91
  • Spontaneous Combustion, Mr, Holliday’s Experiments, (68)
  • Tests of, at the Berlin Municipal Gasworks, (311)
  • Tests of Coals and Lignites in the United States, (567)
  • Tests of, for Producer Gas Plants, 2£9
  • Trade, Increased Railway Facilities for, 578 Trade of Marseilles, Fifty per Cent, of. Once in
  • Hands of Cardiff Firms, now in German Hands, (189), (202)
  • United States Production, (415)
  • Washer, A Large, (322)
  • Welsh and German, in Algeria, (442) Welsh, and Germany, 67
  • Wuchow Deposits still Unworked, (87) Yorkshire Coalowners and the Railway Coal
  • Contracts, 578 Colliery, New. 68 Trade, 291, 360
  • COALING Machine, The Da Mayo, 549
  • Coast Erosion, 391
  • Coast Erosion and Sea Defences of North-Western Europe, 545
  • Coinage in America, Several Countries have their, (63)
  • Coins Discovered at Delos, Lead Vases Full of, (140)
  • Coke Oven Plant, First in India, (511) Cold Storage Plant, New, 548
  • Collodion, Ono cf its Uses, (442)
  • Commercial Economy in Steam Power Plants, 471
  • Compasses, Two New, 497
  • Compressed Air Foundations for Bridges, G. W. M. Boycott, 103
  • Compressed Paper.Pulp Saucepans, (385) Compressibility of Different Gases Below
  • Atmospheric Pressure, (11)
  • Compressing Air, Horse-power Required, (288) Compression Tests, Professor I. H. Woolson’s, (491)
  • Compressor, New Gas or Air, L. Sterne and Co., Limited, 294
  • Concrete Aggregates Test, British Fira Prevention Committee’s Report on, (593) Applied to Asphalt, (Sfe)
  • Buildings in America, 259 Dam, a Curious, 388
  • Effect of Heat upon Strength of. Professor Woolson on, (239)
  • Piles on the Norfolk and Western Railway, United States, (515)
  • Piles Tested in New York, (63) Reinforced, Chimney 300ft. High, (163);
  • Floorings of, (163) Madrid Reservoir, 447 United States, (63)
  • Reservoir at Bloomington, Ill., (515) for Sewers in Boston, Use of, (465) Walls, Machine to Facilitate Construction of, (608)
  • Wharf at Tampico, Mexico, 423 CONGRESS of Capital Cities, 642
  • International Navigation, at Milan, (140)
  • Public Health, (33)
  • Connolly, Mr. J. T., (43)
  • Consuls and Catalogues, 293, 369 Contractors, Liability of, 518
  • Contractors’ Responsibilities, Resolutions Passed at the Public Works Congress connected with Li^ge Exhibition, (491)
  • Contracts, 50, 75, 126, 148, 175, 202, 228, 250, 274, 298,322, 350, 374, 400. 428. 453, 478 499 504, 526, 554, 578, 580, 606. 628, 660
  • Contracts, Railway Coal—see Railway News, Various
  • Conveyor, Travelling, 212
  • Cooper, Mr. T. D., (414)

Copper:

  • Basis, Smelting on the, Cheaper than the Lead, (87)
  • Blast Furnace for. Started in California, 45 Distillation of, Professor H. Moissan on, (618) Export from Chile, 1904, (239)
  • Market, State of the, 196
  • Melting- Point Lowered by Addition of Arsenic to,(216)
  • Output of the World, Proportion Refined Etectrolytically, (63)
  • CORK Bricks, (640)
  • Cork Waste Used for Making Gas, (618)
  • Connell’s Graduating List, (37)
  • Corrosion of Condenser Tubes, The, 602
  • Cost of Mechanism, 389, 447, 523
  • Crane at Earl Gray Dock, Dundee, The Old, Sixty-six Years’ Continuous Work. (618) '
  • 15- TonForge, Stothertand Pitt, Limited,
  • 10 ’
  • 16- Ton Electric Goliath, J. H. Wilson and Co , Limited, 68
  • Crookes’ Tube, Regulation of the "Vacuum in, (189)
  • Crossing the Straits of Dover, 293
  • Crystals with the Properties of Diamonds (140) Cutting Water-gauge Glasses, (288)
  • Cycle, British Manufactured, out of Favour in Belgium, (337)
  • Cycle Industry, The, (216)
  • DAM, A Curious Concrete, 388
  • on the River Sihl, Schwytz, to Impound Water for Electro Hydraulic Plant, (541)
  • Streusth of, 197
  • Dean, Mr. William, 316
  • Decimal System of Weights, Application to the Board of Trade, (87)
  • De Mayo Coaling Machine, The, 549
  • Diamond Drill Hole 5560ft. Deep, South Africa, (385)
  • Dick, Mr. Bruce, (43)
  • Dinas Bricks Made of Quartzite, (640) Dismountable Houses for Workmen in Belgium, (87)
  • Diver Hooper, The Depth to which he Descended and Pressure ho Sustained per Square Inch, (87)

Docks:

  • Alexandra Graving, 344
  • Antwerp (385)
  • Baltic Coast, Lack of, on the, (541)
  • Bombay, (385), 457
  • Boston Navy Yard, Large Concrete Dry, (163) Buenos Ayres and La Plata, Improvements in, (63)
  • Copenhagen, New Dry, (618)
  • Graving v. Floating, Dry, 420
  • Greenock, Graving Dock Facililies at, 476 Hebburn Graving, Mr. R. S. G. Fowler on, (618); Thos. Meik and Sons on, (645)
  • Hongkong, Slip for, (213)
  • Immingham, near Great Grimsby, (163), (385) Japan, Steel Floating, (140)
  • Manchester, 88, 94
  • Maryport, New Dock Project, (113)
  • Mersey, New Branch Docks, (415)
  • Mersey, Provision of Additional Accommodation North of the Hornby Dock, (63)
  • Newport News, Va., Dry, (87)
  • Pacific Coast, Naval Dry Docks on, (288) Pensacola, Florida, Building of Dry Dock Recommended, (593)
  • Philippines, Floating, fc r the, 220
  • Rotterdam, (385)
  • Seaham Harbour, (201)
  • Singapore, Tanjong-Pagar, (189)
  •  » Southampton, New Graving (Suppltment, October 1905), 386
  • Tees, Dry Dock on the, (337), (627)
  • Tyne, Staithes Still too Low, (11)

Dockyard Notes:

  • Albemarle Battleship to be Re-commissioned, 536
  • Ariadne Joins the Reserve Fleet, 186 Armoured Destroyers, 287
  • Atlantic Fleet, Hits Secured by the, 519 Atlantic Fleet Home for Christmas, 601 Babcocks, the Lagrafel d’Allest redivivus ? 36 Bacchante Joins the Reserve Fleet, 162 Barfleur, Top Masts Added to her Signal Poles, 344
  • Battleship Dominion Adrift, The, 238 ; to Join | the Atlantic Fleet, 287 Dreadnought, The New, 139
  • Battleships in Hand for Japan, Aki and Kurama, 601
  • Black Prince (Armoured Cruiser) Preparing for Steam Trials, 496
  • Black Prince and "Duke of Edinburgh" Class, Peculiarity of and Armament of, 368
  • Brazil, Battleships Ordered in England by, 439
  • Brazilian Battleships Riachueloand Aquidaban, Single Light Masts Substituted for the Heavy Military Ones, 3:8
  • British Ships to be Built between now and 1919, 162
  • Centurion, Top Masts Added to her Signal Poles, 314
  • Channel Fleet Battleships, Speed Record for, 414
  • Channel Fleet Home for Christmas, 601
  • China Fleet Battleships, Return Home of the, 139
  • Chinese Lost Hai-Chi to be Replaced at the Admiral’s Cost, 439
  • Clyde-built Cruisers, 139
  • Clyde, Government Work Remaining on, 139 Coal Burned by “ County ” Class Cruisers, 196 Coal-consumption Records, Admiralty Orders respecting, 388
  • Cornwallis, Speed Record in the late Sea Trials Secured by, 414
  • “County” Class Cruiser Argyll, 139, 287
  • Destroyer Magne, 139
  • Destroyer Ness, Speed Trials Dispensed with. 196
  • Destroyers Disabled in the Baltic Cruise, 196 The New 36-Knot, 196
  • Devonpoit Dockyard, Machine Shop at, 510
  • Devonshire, Her Commissioning Trial, and Presentation Cup from Devonians in Rhodesia, 414
  • Dockyard, Discharges Imminent, 196
  • Doris Transferred to the Reserve Fleet, The 233
  • Dreadnought, Boilding of the, 287 to be Launched by H.M. the
  • Queen, 536
  • The “Secret” Regarding the Building “ Commenced,” 344, 307
  • Duke of Edinburgh, The, 344, 414, 439, 496, 536
  • Duncan’s Race with the Tiiumph, 476
  • Dutch Battleship Hertog Hendrik Refloated, 536
  • Dutch Battleship Tromp, Trial Trip, 536
  • Firing of the Atlantic and Mediterranean Fleets, 619
  • Floating Dock for Kiao Chau, 344
  • French Cruiser Cond6, 388
  • Jean Bart, 476 Isly, Reconstruction of, 162.
  • 238 Jules Ferry to Join, 388
  • Michelet, Guyot Boilers of, 388 ’
  • Sully, Total Loss Reported, 344 Fleet at Brest, The, 36 at Portsmouth, 96, 139
  • Guns and Ours, The, 36 Leon Gambetta, 388
  • Programmes of New Consti notion for Next Year, and Ships to be Completed in 1906,162, 619
  • French Protection from Torpedoes, 162 German Battleship “0 ” Launched, 344
  • “P” Launched, 307, 344
  • Battleships to Carry 12 Guns, 496 and Crnisers, Tonnage cf the New, 536 of the “ S ” Class, 238 of 16,000 Tons, 307
  • Cruiser of Bremen Type, Re-named 536 ’
  • C, The New, 96 Efsaiz-AlexandrineLaunched
  • 344 ’
  • Yorck, Trials of, 536
  • Naval Fancy, Coloured Funnels, 536
  • Squadron on the Swedish Coast, Losses of, 344
  • Trial Results, Recent, 96
  • Glory, The, 344
  • Gun, Ilin., for the S Class of German Battleship, 476
  • Hohenzollern, The, 238
  • Illustrious gone to Chatham to Pay Off, 162 Italian Battleship Benedetto Brin, 344
  • Japan, Cost of Repsiring the Russian Ships Salved by, 496
  • Japanese Admiralty, Orders Placed with Messrs. Krupp, 414
  • Cruisers Laid Down During the War, 601
  • Iwami, formerly the Russian Orel, 287
  • Kent Replaced by the Roxburgh, The, 162 Kiel and Wilhelmshaven, More Workmen
  • Employed than Portsmouth or Devonport, 439
  • London and Glasgow Shipbuilding and Engineering Company’s Roxburgh, 139
  • Mediterranean Fleet, Hits Secured by the, 519 Mines to be Painted Light Grey, 414
  • Motor Engines Fitted to the Hibernia and Minotaur, 287
  • Motor Torpedo Boats in the Black Sea Required. Speed not Reached, 307
  • Naval College Opened at Dartmouth, 162 Night Practice with Live Shell from Portsmouth Forts, 414
  • Ocean Attached to the Chatham Reserve Fleet 196 ; Passage Home from China, 307 *
  • “ Ocean-going ” Destroyers, Builders and Names of the New, 536
  • Orion Cruiser Class, Speed and Guns of, 536 Pioneer of the “P,” Class going to the Australian Station, 238
  • Pobieda, 307, 414
  • Powerful and Terrible in Pull Commission, 388 Prize Firing, Valuable Invention for Improving, 519
  • Renown and Terrible have left Portsmouth for the Prince of Wales’ Indian Trip, 368
  • Russian Askold Released at Shanghai, 496
  • Baltic Fleet, The Truth about the, 287
  • Battleship Kniaz, Potemkin, Official
  • Denial of her having been Blown up, 439
  • Pobieda Re-named Suwo by the Japanese, 601
  • Retvizan Raised at Port Arthur, Re-named Hizan by Japan, 307, 439
  • New, Messrs. Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 307
  • Bogatyr has_Turned up, 439
  • Fleet, Question as to what the Japanese have Salved of the, 96
  • Cruiser, Admiral Makaroff, 476 Cruiser Rurik, 519
  • Ships Captured and Re-named, 96, 601
  • Ships that have become Japanese, 476
  • Ships with Nets out at the Battle of the Sea of Japan, 139
  • Ships in Port Arthur Harbour not Sunk by Gunfire but Scuttled by the Russians, 287
  • Warship, New, 476
  • The Interned, 307, 414 to Sail for Toulon for Refit.
  • 476 *
  • Raised at Port Arthur, 238
  • Second Cruiser Squadron, Race Home from the United States, 536
  • Searchlights for British Warships, More, 162 Spanish Cruiser Cardenal Cisneros probablv Salved, 439
  • Spanish Dockyard, Recent Fire at, The Torpedo Boats Ariete and Rayon, 601
  • Standard Compasses Replaced by Bridge Compasses, 196
  • Station-keeping of the French Ships, 139 Stokers in the Navy, Dearth of, and Steps taken by the Admiralty, (385), (414)
  • Submarine Depot at Turnchapel, 196
  • of the Holland Type on Trial at Kiel, 344
  • (25-Knot), Projected for British Navy, 162
  • Suffolk, Breakdown of the, 96
  • Swedish Destroyer Magne, 139
  • Tactical Exercises with Atlantic and Mediterranean Fleets, the Unit Defended bv a Retreating Fleet, 162
  • Terrible, In Full Commission, 388 \ Passage through the Suez Canal, 414
  • Torpedo Boats of the Ophir Class, 238 Torpedo Nets for ail British Cruisers : French Ships Carry None, 162
  • United States Battleship Mississippi Launched,
  • 536
  • Battleships of the South Carolina Class, Hanging Fire, 601
  • Cruiser Maryland, 344 Destroyer of the Decatur Class, 117- - 238
  • Warrior, Cruiser, Launched, 536
  • Wind Screens Aft to Go, 196
  • DOMESTIC Hearth, The, 620
  • Do’^r as a Place of Call for Ocean Steameis, Rise of, (189)
  • Drawing-office, Organisation of a, W. 0. Hors- naill, 530, 558
  • Drawing-office Requisites, The, 250 Dredger, California Gold, 144
  • An Early, 602
  • for Karachi, 146 see also Ships
  • General Heating and Electric Lighting
  • btation—see Electric
  • Drilling and Boring Machines—see Supplement, yovemler 2Qth, 1905
  • Drills at the Rose Deep Mine, Test of, (288)
  • Drop Hammer, A5000 lb., (264)
  • Drying, Necessity of Ample Air and Good Circulation in, (239)
  • Dust in Blast Furnace Gases, Determinine the, (22)
  • Dynamics of Screw Propellers—see Shipbuilding : Screw Propellers
  • EARTHQUAKES, Investigation of, International Conference for, (189)
  • Earthquake Noticed at Irkutsk Observatory, (140)
  • East London College, The, (222)
  • Eclipse of the Suu in Spain, Royal Order Relating to Foreign Scientists, (11)
  • Economic Questions, Complexity of, 14 Edinburgh University, (519)
  • Education, Employers and, 596
  • Elasticity, Mathematical Theory of, Professor Vito Volterra’s Application of, (216)
  • Elderkin, Mr. William, (213)

Electric;

  • Accumulators, 267
  • Bavaria, Project for Obtaining Water Power from Lakes Walchen and Kochel, (361)
  • Birmingham Generating Station, (373)
  • Boat Propelled by Hertzian Waves, (541)
  • Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation, Units Delivered to Consumers by, in Five Weeks, (113)
  • Clyde Vale Electric Power Company, Submarine Cable Laid Across the Bed of the Clyde, (618)
  • Crane, Forge, Stothert and Pitt, Limited, 10
  • Crane, 16-Ton Goliath, J. H. Wilson and Co., Limited, 68
  • Current Consumption per Head in Boston, (442) Cost of Kilowatt Hour of, American Paper on, (87)
  • Manchester, Charges, (37) Mansfield, Charges, (37)
  • St. Pancras Borough Council’s Charges for, (63)
  • Supply, Seaton Carew Ironworks, (37) Dresden, Central Heating and Lighting Station at, 330, 358
  • Driving of Stamp Batteries, The, 167
  • Drop with Alternating and with Continuous Currents, Experiments as to Difference between, (11)
  • Economiser Installation, at Cleveland, of a New Kind, (337)
  • Electro-hydrauHc Plant on Shore of Lake Zurich, Dam on the River Sihl to Impound Water, (541J
  • Electro-technics Laboratory, Liverpool University, 45
  • Energy, Swedish Company Formed at Halm- stad for Supply of, (216)
  • Engine-driven Alternators of the New York Subway, (618)
  • Factory Power Station, A Large American, 238
  • Fields, Comparison of, by Means of an Electric Needle, Mr. D. Owen on, 71
  • Furnace Working, Present State of, 169
  • Generating Station, Portsmouth Dockyard,(11) Generating Station, Sclessin, 256, 257 Generator, 10,000-Volt Motor, 394 Handsworth, New Power Station at, 357
  • Hanover Power Station, Cost of Entire Plant, (415)
  • Hoist, Blast Furnace, Electrically-driven, 462, (499)
  • Hydro-electric Plant near Duluth, 394
  • Scheme fer the Maharajah of Tehri Garwhal, (593)
  • Works, Cusset, 60
  • Lake Titicaca to be Tapped for Electric Power, (415)
  • Lancashire Electric Power Company’s New Station Opened, (361)
  • Metropolitan Power Schemes, 443, 518
  • Motor, Direct-currant, The Johnson-Lundell Electric Traction Company, Limited, 346
  • Peru, Water of Lake Titicaca to be Used for Generating Electric Energy, (294)
  • Plant, Large Orders given out by the North- Eastern Railway Company for, (503)
  • Power, Cheap, 95, 121, 171, 197
  • Commission, Ontario Government, What it Proposes to do, (189)
  • Distribution for the Rand, Mr. Robert Hammond, 380
  • House, Kinlochbeg, Utilisation of Loch Leven Water, (189)
  • House, Stepney, Loan for Extension of, Sanctioned by London County Council, (415)
  • Plant at Tyburn, (465), (476)
  • Plants, United States Navy Yards, (37) Station at Kent Colliery, Dover, (515) Sydney, Proposed, Central, (261) near Wabash, Ind., (200) in Use in Mexico, (113)
  • Process for Smelting Ores and other Metal Work at SanltSte. Marie, (189)
  • Pump, High Lift, Mather and Platt, 10 Regulator for Incubators, (288) Rhenish-Westphalian Power Station, Steam
  • Turbine Sets of 10,000 Horse-power, (415)
  • Rolling Mills, by R. W. Birkett, 229
  • Sclessin Electric Ganerating Station, Libge, 256, 257
  • Snowdon District, “Electrification” of the, (541)
  • Storage Batteries for Tramways, United States, 646
  • Supply, Geneva, 200 Horse-power Turbine, has Shown Peculiar Condition of Wear, (288)
  • Tariff for Electric Energy, County of London Electric Supply Company’s New, (264)
  • Traction on the Tetlow Canal, (606)
  • Transmission Lino from Taylor’s Falls Power House to Minneapolis, (640)
  • Transmission Plant, Long Distance, California, (491)
  • United States Electric Stations in the. Gross Income and People Employed in 1902, (361)
  • Water Power Plant, Valparaiso, with Force of 5000 Horse-power, (337)
  • Water Power Schemes in Japan, (311)
  • Welding, New Development in, (515)
  • Wires, Calculation of the Resistance of, for
  • Direct and Alternating Currents, (113) Works, Cusset, 60

Electric Light:

  • Bastian Lamp, The, (357)
  • Birmingham, (398)
  • Bridgetown, the Smallest Village Supplied with, (140)
  • Brighton, (567)
  • Denver, New System Tried at, (337)
  • Dresden, Central Heating and Lighting Station at, 330 j
  • Driving of Cotton Mills in Lancashire, Progress with the, (567)
  • Electric Lighting Acts, Communication from Board of Trade, 487
  • Loans, 469
  • Manchester, Reduced Charge, (37); Figures Given by Mr. Robinson as to Cost of, (415)
  • Mansfield, Charge for, (37)
  • Mercury Vapour Lamp, The, (357)
  • Mexico, (189)
  • Municipal, in Marylebone, 141
  • Osmium as a Filament, Advantages and Disadvantages of, (361)
  • Searchlight, Berlin, The Greatestin the World, (140)
  • Tantalum as a Filament, Disadvantages and Advantages of, (361)
  • Filaments, Tantalum and Osmium, their Advantages and Disadvantages, (311), (361)
  • Tantalum Lamp, Prof. Ambler on the Advantages of, (311)

Electricity:

  • Advantages of, for Culinary Purposes, (361) Fifeshire, (214)
  • Glasgow Electricity Committee, Application for further Borrowing Powers, (618)
  • London Cpunty Council’s Scheme, 595
  • Price of, Manchester and Birmingham, (415), (567), (579)
  • Scheme, The London County Council’s, 493
  • Station, Grimsby, (288)
  • Stourbridge District Council, Their Provisional Electricity Order, (541)
  • Sunderland Electricity Station, Extensions to, (618)
  • Wednesbury, Undertaking, 520
  • Works, Burslem, (288)
  • Coventry, Mechanical Stokers at, 446 Dundee, Cost of Extensions, (541)
  • EMPLOYERS and Education, 598 Employers and Technical Education, 307 Engadine, Winter Season, Train de Luxe, (554)
  • ENGINEER, THE, 643

Engineers:

  • Demand for, 143, 171, 197, 218, 221, 235, 292,
  • 318, 344, 368, 393, 422, 517 Education of, (596), (605) £400 a Year at Forty, 95
  • Free from Rise in their Coal Bills, 469 Germany, Demand for, in, 517 in the United States, 314 Legal Position of, 183 Municipal, at Edinburgh, 5 Navy, (584, 585), 626
  • Registration of, 393
  • Training of, Mr. D. M. Matheson, 615
  • Training and Work of, D, H. Dyer on, (423)

Engineering:

  • Approximation, The Art of, Mr. H. A. Mavor on,(552)
  • British and Foreign, Mr. it. Matthews on, (439)
  • Degrees, List of Successful Candidates, 112 Delicate Feat Accomplished in New York, (515) Department, Edinburgh University, (593) Experience and, 289
  • Feats, (174), (189)
  • Irrigation and, by Sir Hanbury Brown, 377, 403, 431, 455
  • Li^ge, 256
  • Marine Engineering Firms in 1905 which have Turned Out more than 10,000 Indicated Horse-power, (650)
  • Motor Car, (151)
  • News, American—see Letters from our own Correspondents
  • Progress and Imagination, 361
  • Scholarship, South Wales Institute of Engineers, (126)
  • Science in Japan, R. H. Smith, 283
  • Standards Committee, 487
  • Technical Education in, Professor Goodman on the Results of, (536)

Engines and Motors:

  • Bonjour, Mme. Veuve Lichauss^e, 84, 85
  • Commercial Efficiency of Prime Movers, Mr. A. M. Downie on, (567)
  • Compound Tandem (760 Horse-power), CareVs, (37)
  • Compression in Steam, Professor R. H. Smith, 434
  • Condenser, The Pennell, U.S.A., (498)
  • Condensing, 600 Horse-power Horizontal Tandem Compound, Ateliers de Construction Prudhomme-Prion, 459
  • Corliss, of 1600 Horse-power, the Ward Foundry, (693)
  • Corrosion of Condenser Tubes, 602
  • Crank Shafts to Weigh 86,6001b. each, (113)
  • Crude Oil, Britannia Engineering Company, 576
  • Devonport Dockyard Extension, (491)
  • Diesel, 500 H.P., Garels’, (37)
  • Early Clyde, (554)
  • Effects of Steam Jacketing upon Efficiency of Horizontal Compound Steam, Mr. A. L. Mellanby, 21, 39, 47
  • Efficiency of Compression in Steam Engines, Professor R. H. Smith, 434
  • Engines and Turbines, Modern Economical Steam, 5, 27, (48), 78, 119
  • Fire, for Devonport Dockyard, Merryweather and Sons. Limited, 72
  • Fly-wheels in America, Continual Wreckage of, and Its Cause, (415)
  • Fly-wheels, Steel v. Cast Iron, (541)
  • Friction and Lubrication, Pref. G. F, Charnock on, 540
  • Gas, How to Regulate the Supply of Mixture to, (140)
  • its Development, (288)
  • Indicated Efficiency Given by a First-class Modern, (567)
  • for Ipswich, (567)
  • Marine, 531
  • Number Turned Out Weekly by British Makers, (361)
  • of 5400 Brake Horse-power, San Francisco, (63)
  • Starting Device for, (163)
  • Governor of the Inertia Type, Large Shaft, (465)
  • Governor, Marine, Mathiesou’s, 19
  • Heated, Piston, Soc. Anonyme John Cockerill,
  • Liege Exhibition, 236, 237
  • History of the Steam, (171)
  • Kerosene, Demand for, in Formosa, (288) Links in the History of the Steam, 129, 247 Locomotive Engines—see Locomotives
  • Marine, at the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, 584, 585
  • Motor, Agricultural, Mr. Dan Albone, (465) Paraffin Marine, Mr. J. F. Walters, 490 Starting Panel for Colliery Work, A.
  • ReyroUe and Co,, 498
  • Oil, Economy of, in the Irrigation of Dry Land in India, (361)
  • Oil, for Irrigation, Madras Government, (140) Paraffin Marine Motor, Mr. J, F. Walters, 490 Petrol, Balancing of, Letters on, 574
  • Balancing of Multi-cylinder, 481, 523, 625, 626
  • Experiments with, (63) Highest Temperature in the Cylinder of, (541)
  • Indicating, 536
  • Motors, To Prevent Freezing of Cooling Water for, (415)
  • Pollard Compound, (140)
  • Possibilities of the Heat Engine, Prof. F. W.
  • Burstall on, (427)
  • Pumping, of the Budapest Waterworks (Supplement, September ^^tk, 1905), 286
  • Pumping, Hathorn, Davey and Co., Limited, for Rosario Waterworks, 156
  • Reciprocating, Comparative Performances of
  • Turbines and, Mr. Wm. Gray, 82, 147, 171
  • Reversing Gas, United States, (642)
  • Rotary Valve, A New, Mr. Wm. Mayne, 292 for Serpollet Motor Car, (288)
  • Steam Jacketing, Prof. A. L. Mellanby on, 576 Steam, 600 Horse-power Compound Horizontal,
  • Soci6ie Anonyme Van den Kerchove, 334 Tandem Compound Condensing (500 Horse
  • power), Phoenix Company, 104, 105
  • Tank, 145
  • Temperature of Explosion Produced in the, by Mixture of One Part of Coal Gas to Twelve of Air, (567)
  • Traction, American, 457, 486, 508, 509, 536 Traction, Gaar Scott and Co., 535 Triple-expansion, with Remarkably Large Shaft
  • Governor of the Inertia Type, (465) Turbines and Reciprocating, (171) Valve Gear, Marshall’s, 436 Valves, Automatic Exhaust Relief, The Anderson Patent, 396
  • Van den Kerchove, Liege Exhibition, 334, 335 Erratum, (143), 419
  • Eston Hospital, Enlargement of, (126)
  • Evans, Mr. David, 145
  • Evolution of the Landscape and Universal Decay of the Land, Sir A. Geikie on, (515)
  • Evolution of Types, The, 341
  • Excavating Machines, The Jacobs, 549

Exhibitions;

  • Automobile, International, Paris, (148) Earl’s Court, (576)
  • Earl’s Court, Naval, Shipping, and Fisheries,
  • 121, 148
  • Electrical, London, (148), 310, 349
  • Electric Tramway and Railway, 18, 46, 73 Egypt, Postp med, (372)
  • Floating Industrial, New York Firm’s Pro
  • posed, (385)
  • Garden City, Letchworth, (250)
  • Highland and Agricultural Show, Glasgow, 72
  • International, 219
  • Liege, 16, 21, 29, 30, 56, 84, (87), 104,129,186,
  • 190, 206, 209, 236, 281, (288), 335, 358, 489 Machine Tools at, 186, 190
  • Milan, 370 ; Competition of Appliances to Safeguard against Accidents, (87) ; Prizes Offered by the King to Exhibitors, (388)
  • Motor Oar, at Olympia, 512, 646
  • New Zealand Internal, (84) Physical Society’s, (666) Railway, (592)
  • Smithfield Club Show, 563
  • Tourcoing Textile Industries, (112)
  • EXPANSION of Wet Steam, Professor R. H. Smith, 378, 422

Explosives:

  • Accs, 62,185
  • Dunnite, New American Explosive, (525)
  • H. M. Inspector’s of, Twenty-Ninth Annual
  • Report, 62, 185
  • Melinite Explosion at Nancy, (140)
  • Powder Bagb that will be Wholly Ignited in the
  • Gun Tests with, 414
  • Torpedo Shells, (619)
  • FAN, Engine-driven, to Produce Draught for Boilers, (216)
  • Feed-water Heaters—see Boilers
  • Filtration Plants in Egypt, Notable, 490
  • Fire Alarm, Expansion Pneumatic, (649)
  • Concentration of, 390
  • Detector, Automatic, 424
  • Engines for Devonport Dockyard, 72
  • Prevention Testing Station, 62
  • Protection, Sprinkler Systems, Water Required by Perforated Pipes, (541) Floorings, Reinforced Concrete, (163) Flue Dust, Utilisation of, 259
  • Flume, United States, Reinforced Concrete, (63) Fly-wheels in America, Cause of the Continual Wreckage of, (415)
  • Fog and the Degree of Saturation of the
  • Atmosphere, (593)
  • Forests, African and American, Striking Contrast between, (515)
  • Forthcoming Meetings, 547 Freiburg, Municipal Ownership in, (264) Friction and Lubrication, Professor G. F. Char*
  • nock on, 622
  • Fuels, Calorific Value of Different, (491) Fuel, Welsh and German in Algeria, (442) Furnace, Blast, Not Suitable for Reduction of
  • Titaniferous Iron Ore, (442) Blast, in Russia, (396) New, in the United States, (593) Calculations, Blast, J. L. Stevenson,
  • 177 Gayley, Dry Blast and Ordinary Blast,
  • Performances of Two, Compared (442)
  • GALVESTON, New Sea Wall at, 246 Gamble, Mr. Joseph, 414

Gas:

  • Acetylene, Dissolved, 381
  • Dissolved, Welding by Means of the Oxy-acetylene Blow-pipe, (525) Industry, The, 303, (369) Birmingham, Reduction in Price of, (385) Burners, High - pressure Incandescent v. Ordinary Ones, Saving Effected, (541) Consumption, in America, (288)
  • Cork Waste Used for Manufacture of an Illuminating, (618)
  • Crewe Corporation, and the London and North- Western Railway Company, (593)
  • V. Electricity for Street Lighting, 315
  • Engines Turned out Weekly by British Makers, (361)
  • Engines—see Engines, Gas
  • High-speed Outflow of Steam and Gases, by R. H. Smith, 609
  • Incandescent, in Front of Buckingham Palace, (515)
  • under Slight Pressure, (63) Mantles, Rise and Fall of the Illumination in Using, (640)
  • Increasing Consumption of. Sir F. Mappin on, (264), (273)
  • Industry, Tne, (84), (264)
  • Made in Great Britain, Proportion of, used in Driving Engines, (361)
  • Mains, Pittsburg, (337)
  • Mond, to be Tried for Heating Pottery Ovens, (63)
  • Natural, Average Price of, and Mileage of Mains in the United States for Transportation of, (490) (498) Discovery of, in Quebec, (163) Produced and Sold in the United States, (216)
  • New Zealand Gasworks, Good Results obtained in, (567); Production of, (361)
  • Peat Gas as a Source of Power, ^541)
  • Plant in Place of Steam for the Dundee Jute Mills under Discussion, (640)
  • Plants, Suction, 523
  • Plant, The Watt Suction, 122
  • Power Installation t<» Drive Mining Machinery in Spitzbergen, (189)
  • Price of, and E'ectricity, Manchester, (415); Birmingham, (567)
  • Produced by the Iron Furnaces of the United States, (465)
  • Producer Plants, 398
  • Plants, Trials of. The Highland Agricultural Society’s, 472, 626 Power Developed by Ton of Coal put Through, (63)
  • Suction, 196, 468, 597
  • South Metropolitan Gas Company, Concession in Brazil to Import Monazite Sand, (113)
  • Street Lamps, Patent for Operating, by Electrically-moved Valve, (216)
  • Tests of Coal for Producer-gaH Plants, 292 Turbine, Problem of the, Mr. Dugald Clerk on, (461), 475
  • Undertakings in Great Britain in 1882 and 1905, (264)
  • Work Diagram for Gases, A New, 532 Works, Somersham, Sold by Auction, (216)
  • GASOLINE in the United States, Average Production of, (618)
  • Gear Wheel, Date of its Invention, (311)
  • Geikie, Sir Arcnibald, on the Evolution of the Landscape, (515)
  • General Post-office, Laying of the First Stone of the New, (145)
  • German Investments Abroad, Professor Arndt on, 494
  • Germany and British Manufactuers, (247) Census Taken in, (618) Cotton Spi’ining and Weaving Industries, (491)
  • Glasgow Ecgtneenng Societies, 547 Incorporated Weaving, Dyeing, and Printing College, Mr, C. Scotr, Dickson’s Address to ihe Students, (567) New Technical College, (549) Nut and Bolt C -mpany, New Works at Gateshead, (385)
  • Sewage Works, Mechanical Power for, 370
  • Glass Surface upon Gases, Capillary Attraction of a, (189)
  • Globe Lightning, 269, 293 318 319, 345, 645 Gramme Monument at Liege, The, 382 Granite Trade, West of England, (185) Graphite, Artificial, United States Production, (140)
  • Graphite with Coke, Adulteration of, (567) Groynes, 392
  • Groynes, Chain Cable, Mr. Allanson Winn, 601
  • HALIFAX, Question of Connecting Electricity
  • Station bUd Refuse Destructor, (491) Hall^ Spring Wheel, The, (185) “ Ham and Egg Parade” to Disappear from New Brighton, (216)
  • Hammer, A 5000-lb. Drop, (264), (288)
  • Hammer, Jarless Pneumatic, (491)

Harbours and Waterways:

  • Aberystwyth, Sea Wall and Promenade, (465)
  • Alexandria, Harbour Extensions, 171
  • Algoa Bay, 95
  • Antwerp, Docks and Harbour, (385)
  • Antwerp and London, Ports of, 408
  • Artificial Waterways, 315
  • Blackpool Marine Promenade, 100
  • Bohemia, Waterways Improvement Schemes, (288)
  • Brindisi Harbour, Dredging at, (140)
  • Clyde Navigation, Blasting Operations, Elderslie, (567)
  • Navigation Trust, The Inspection of Glasgow Harbour, (169)
  • Trust, New Works, Merklands Quay Wall, 244
  • Cork Harbour, Improvement Projects, (288)
  • Dover Harbour, New Water Station, &c., (465) Naval Harbour, (541) as a Place of Call for Ocean Steamers, Rise of, (189)
  • Dundee, New Wharf at, Mr. John Thompson, 92
  • Durban Harbour, (541)
  • Famagusta Harbour Works, (567)
  • Galveston, New Sea Wall at, 246
  • Genoa, Enlargement of Port, (87) Harbour, (491)
  • Ghent, Harbour Works, Tenders invited, (430) Glasgow Harbour Improvements, (169) Hudson River Tunnel, 525
  • Hull, Projected Landing Stage for Fruit, Cattle, &c., (361)
  • Humber River, Commission to Inquire into Certain Matters connected with, (491), (499)
  • Indus and Tributaries in High State of Flood, (63)
  • Irrigation Engineering, Sir Hanbury Brown, 377, 403. 431, 465
  • Liverpool and her Rival Ports, Mr. T. Reney Smith on, 463
  • Llanelly Harbour, 365
  • L)me, Gulf of Guinea, Landing Stage at, 516, 524
  • London and Antwerp, Ports of, 408
  • London, Port of, 417, 534
  • Manchester, Progress of the Port, (618)
  • Menzileh Lake, Proposed Route Across, (87) Mersey, State of the River, 200
  • Niagara, To Dam, 187 ; A Curious Dam, 388 Neva, River, Port being Closed by Ice, (615) Nile above Khartoum, Contemplated Regulation of, (37)
  • Nile, Navigation of the. Sir William Preece and Sir Hanbury Brown, 28
  • Nore-Gravesend Channel, The, 116
  • Ports of the World, in the Order of their Importance, Principal, (398)
  • Rotterdam, Docks and Harbour, (385)
  • Salt River Irrigation Dam, United States, 550
  • Subeldt, Deepening of the Bed, (361), (385)
  • Seaham Harbour Works, New, (201), 466, 470
  • Sinl River, Schwytz, Dam on the, (541) Swansea Harbour, 142, (174)
  • Tampico, Mexico, Concrete Wharf at, 423
  • Thames Conservancy, Bill for Deepening the River, (37), 116; Projected Channel between the Nore and Gravesend, (361); High Tide on, (337)
  • Trent to the Humber, Navigation of, to be Improved, (618)
  • Tyne Improvement, North Pier Reconstruction, (63)
  • Usk, Navigation of, Improvement of, (618) Waterways in Great Britain, Mr. A. Saner, (499) ’
  • Yangtse, Navigation of the Upper, (163)

HARD Water and Boilers, (374)

  • Head, Archibald, Memorial Fund, (475)
  • Heat Radiated and Dissipated from Uncovered Pipe Filled with Steam Compared to Weight of Coal, (11)
  • Heated Air, its Capacity to Absorb Moisture, and Use it is put to in Deep Mines, (466)
  • Heater Detartariser, Multiplex, 396
  • Highland and Agricultural Show at Glasgow, 72
  • High-speed Outflow of Steam and Gases, by R. , H. Smith, 609, 631
  • Hill and Co., Limited, Richard, Profit for the Year, (201)
  • Hoist, Electrically-driven Blast Furnace, 462
  • Hotel in America, The Highest, (264)
  • Hot Water Supply, First Co-operative System of, (640)
  • Housing Problem in Belgium, Dismountable Houses, (87)
  • Huddersfield Sewage Disposal Scheme, Cost of, (618)
  • Hudson River Tunnel, 626
  • Hulett Ore-unloading Plant, 240, 248
  • Hypochlorites and Sanitation, The, 340
  • ICE and Soda-water Machines in Baghdad, Demand for, (442)
  • Induced Mechanical Draught, Novel Application ' of, (216)
  • Infinite, The, 315, (345)
  • Infinity, 393

Institute, City and Guilds of London:

  • Award of Diplomas and Certificates, (84)

Institute of Engineers, South Wales:

  • Engineering Scholarship Announced by, (126)

Institute, Iron and Steel;

  • Annual General Meeting, (576)
  • President, Mr. R. A. Hadfield, 306
  • Carbon on Nickel and Iron, Influence of, Mr Waterhouse, (333) ’
  • Department of Iron and Steel Metallurgy at the Sheffield University, Professor Arnold, 306
  • List of Papers Offered for Reading at the September Meeting, 212
  • Manipulation for Steel Bars, Mr. Upton 332
  • Overheated Steel, Mr. A. W. Richards and Mr. J. E. Stead, 307, 321
  • Presence of Greenish-coloured Markings in the Fractured Surface of Test Pieces, Cant. H S Howorth, (333) ’ ’
  • Programme for the Members, (323)
  • Reversible and Irreversible Transformations of Nickel and Steel, M. Damas, (333)
  • Segregation in Steel Ingots, Mr. Talbot, 332 Steel Used for Motor Car Construction in France, Dr. L<Son Guillet, 307
  • Thermal Transformations of Carbon Steel, Professor Arnold and Mr. A. McWilliam, 306
  • Vanadium in Metallurgy, Use of, Dr. Leon Guillet, 307
  • Visit to the East Hecla Works of Hadfield’s Steel Foundry Company, Limited, 333
  • River Don Works of Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 356
  • Sheepbridge Coal and Iron Company, Limited, 356
  • Works of Messrs. Edgar Allen and Co., Limited, and Messrs, Wm, Cooke and Co., Limited, 356 Works of Thos. Firth and Sons, Limited, and John Brown, Limited, 356
  • Works of Messrs. Osborn and Co., Messrs. Brown, Bayley, 357 ; Messrs. Davy Bros., Messrs. Hawksley and Wild, Messrs, Thos. Turner and Co., Messrs. John Bedford and Son, 357

Institute of Marine Engineers:

  • Annual Dinner, (441)
  • Steamship Propulsion, Mr. Walter Carr, 344 Visit to the United Asbestos Company, (61)

Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, North of England;

  • Annual Meeting, (563)
  • Excursion Meetings, (24), (411); General Meeting, (563)

Institution of Sanitary Engineers:

  • Annual Dinner, (604)
  • Forthcoming Meetings, (112), (202), (322), (372) Visit to Garden City Exhibition, Letchworth, (250)
  • Visit to the Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers’, Limited, Works, (310)
  • Visit to Northfleet, (345)

Institution of Civil Engineers :

  • Presidential Address of Sir Alexander R. Binnie, 460, (461)
  • Awards, (344); Meetings to be Resumed, (398) Pass List October Examinations, 1905, 604 Students’ Meeting, (573), (615)
  • Waterways in Great Britain, Mr. J. A. Saner. (499)
  • ASSOCIATION OP, GLASGOW—
  • Construction of Main Sewers under Railways on Glasgow Main Drainage Works. Messrs.
  • A. L. Houston and R. M. Morton, (578) Presidential Address cf Mr. D. A. Matheson on the Training of Civil Engineers, 615
  • ASSOCIATION, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE—
  • Visit to Tynemouth Waterworks, (214); River Tees and the Pioneer Cement Works, (274) : and Caunless Viaduct, (372)
  • ASSOCIATION OK YORKSHIRE STUDENTS—
  • Iron and Mechanical Art, Progress in, J. H. Wicksteed, (577), 603
  • Visit to Farnley Ironworks, (19)

Institution of Electrical Engineers:

  • Invitations to the Kindred Institutions in Europe and America, (464)
  • Limitations of the Telephone, as Dealt with by Mr, Gavey in his Presidential Address, 495 Opening Meeting and Award of Premiums. (439) ’
  • Seventeenth Annual Dinner, (606)
  • GLASGOW LOCAL SECTION, (336)
  • Opening of Winter Session, (441), (523) Mr. Munro’s Address, 523

Institution of Engineers, Cleveland: First Meeting, Papers to be Read, (477)

Institution of Engineers, Junior: Presidential Address of Mr. Dugald Clerk Problem of the Gas Turbine, 461, 475 ’

  • Clerk, Mr. Dugald, Elected President, (92) Electric Mains for Power Transmission Work Professor J. T. Morris. (487), (578) ’
  • Medal Awarded to Mr. G. H. Hughes, (461) i Origin and Progress of. Souvenir of its Coming I of Age, Mr. W. J. Tennant, (24), (48)
  • Visit to Electrical Exhibition at Olympia, (368) ’ Messrs. Barclay, Perkins and Co.’s Brewery,’ '
  • Visit to Vauxhall Bridge Works. (61); Messrs. Johnson and Phillips’ Works, Charlton, (487)

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Grimsby:

  • ^^^7 Proctor and Co.’s Works, (388)

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Nopth-East Coast:

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland •

  • (547)
  • Determination of the Prineipal Dimensions of 500 ^551“ Speakman, (436),
  • ^"tions,” 426 “Tramac-
  • Opening Meeting of the Forty-ninth Session Papers to be Read, (287), (384), (437)

Institution of Mechanical Engineers :

  • Alloys Research Committee, Seventh Report to and p" Mr. R. A. Hadfield, and Mr. Percy Longmuir, 511, 521, 613
  • Behaviour of Materials of Construction under Pure Shear, Mr. E. G. Izod, 647
  • Effects of Steam "Pon Efficiency of Horizontal Com- 2173^)^ 4?“ Mr. A. L. Mellanby,
  • Liege Meeting, 16, 21, 29, 30, 41
  • Manufacture of Cartridge Cases for Quick- firing Guns, Col. L. Cubillo and the late Mr. A. Head, 413, 419, 424, 443
  • Meetings, 413. (452)
  • Visit to the National Small Arms Factory at Herstal, 29
  • Vifcits to Oogid?, Tilleur and Angleur, and Sclessin-L;bge, 16
  • GRADUATES’ ASSOCIATION—
  • Boiler-house Practice and Design, Mr. Edw. Barrs, (527)
  • Management and Working of a Locomotive Running Shed, Mr. C. C. B. Morris, (369)
  • Organisation in Small Engineering Works, Mr. A. W. Waddy, (615)

Institution of Mining’ Engineers:

  • Sixteenth Annual General Meeting, Papers to be read,(222)

Institution of Mining and Metallurgy:

  • Opening of the Season, 411
  • Tin Wolfram Copper Ores at the Glitters United Mines, Mr. Dietz«ch on the Treatment of, 411
  • Institution of Naval Architects:
  • Causes of Accidents to Submarine Boats and their Salvage, Capt. R. H. Bacon, 82, (90), 123
  • Classification of Merchant Shippicg, Mr. H, J. Cornifib, 82
  • Comparative Performance of Turbines and Reciprocating Engines in Steamers Owned by the Midland Railway Company, Mr. W. Gray, 82, 147
  • Conversazione and Visits, 82
  • Fractures in Large Steel Boiler Plates, Mr. J. Milton, 81, (89)
  • Martell Scholarship in Naval Architecture Awarded to Mr. A. T. Wall, (1S9)
  • Naval Pfoblerts at the, 89
  • Naval Strategy and Tactics at the Time of Trafalgar, Sir Cyprian Bridge, 68, (89)
  • Rota, Lieut.-Col. G., Short Paper by, 58
  • Ships of the Royal Navy at the Time of Trafalgar, Sir Philip Watts, 58, (90)
  • Speed, Deductions from Recent and Former Experiments on Infiuence of Depth of Water on, W. W. Marriner, 97, (142)
  • Speed, Experiments on the Effect of Depth of Water on, Mr, H. Yarrow, 69, 70, (97), (142)
  • Summer Meeting, Programme of Proceedings, 22
  • INTERNATIONAL Exhibitions, 219 Inverclyde, Lord, 367

Iron and Steel:

  • Bar, and Plates, Imports to Uruguay from Belgium, (140)
  • Behaviour of Phosphides and Carbides when Together in Iron, Mr. J. E. Stead, (452)
  • Cast, Gritliness in, Caused by Manganese being Low, (189)
  • Cast, in Russia, Output and Price of, (189)
  • Casting, Big, (593)
  • Cement for, (337)
  • Crystalline Structure of Iron, Professor J. O. Arnold {iSicpplemcnt, August 18<A, 1805), 158
  • Crystallisation of, 247
  • Finished, Russian Output of, (189)
  • Furnaces, Gayley Dry-blast and Ordinary Blast, Performances of Two Furnaces at Pittsburg, (442)
  • German Record Output, October, (515)
  • High Pressures in the Cupola, Mr, W. H. Coleman on, (593) J Reduction of Pressure in Chicago, (640)
  • Industry, The Italian Elba Mines, (593)
  • Low Silicon and Chilling, Use of Manganese in (216) ’
  • Magnetic, Found in the E. Transvaal, (311)
  • Moulders of Scotland, The Associated, Mr.
  • Jack’s Visit to the United States, (385)
  • Nickel, Manganese, Carbon Alloys, 511, 521
  • Ore, Handling of, 248. 260
  • Handling with Steam Shovel, Minnesota, (140); Production in the United Kingdom and Foreign Countries, 445
  • Titaniferous, Its Treatment, (442) Treatment of Fine Iron, U.S.A., (498)
  • Pig, Imported into Swansea, Erection of Blatt Furnaces at the Docks Decided, (515) Production in Germany and Luxemburg, (216)
  • “ United States, 1905, (491)
  • World’s Production of, 1904, (216) Prehistoric, Analysis of a Piece of, (491) Progress in Iron and Mechanical Art, J H ' Wicksteed, 577, 603
  • Protective Treatment for, Mr. Barker on a Novel, (264)
  • Russian Production, (337)
  • and Steel Production in Russia, (337)
  • Swedish Industries, 1904, 222
  • Total Production in 1901, Bessemer and Low Phosphorous, Percentage of, (37)
  • Production, Donetz Basin, 1904, (87) irade, The, Increasing Prices, 696
  • United States, Pig Iron Production and Consumption, (37), (491)
  • Unloading Machines, 248
  • IRRIGATION, Colonel Sir C. Scott-Monerieflf in South Africa on, 199
  • Engineering, 377, 403, 431, 455 in India, 37, (337), (361) Project, Buford, 317 in the United States, 212
  • is iJJ.M.i.’o'fa”-*
  • Japanese Coal, (264); Paper, (264)
  • Jessop, Mr. William, 19
  • KIEL Technical School, Free Instruction at
  • Kinc’Vcollege, Engineers’ Dinner, (504)
  • Knotty Problem, 197, 247, 269, 315
  • Kremnite, (385)

Labour Questions, Strikes, and Disputes :

  • Belgium, Hours of Work and Wages, and Prosperity of Working Men, (337)
  • Blue-book relating to Persons Employed in Mines and Quarries, and Accidents, (361)
  • Brassworkers and Metal Mechanics ot Berlin, Conditions of Labour among, Mr. W. J. Davis on, (201)
  • Canada, Industrial Census Returns of, in 1901, (361)
  • Compulsory Arbitration in Trade Disputes, 15 Employers and Technical Education, 307 “ Hand-rates ” in Favour of Machines, Reduction to Come off, (491)
  • Hull, Employment for 1000 Local Men, (337)
  • Lead Works in Germany, Ordinance relating to Labour of Women and Lads in, (288)
  • Lectures at Liege Exhibition on the Advantage of Using Motive Power in Home Work, (288) Overtime, Rules relating to, (288) and Prosperity, 291
  • Pxussian Law for Protection of Coal Miners, (337)
  • Report and Statistics, Part IL, Labcur, relating to Persons Employed, and Accidents ia Mines and Qiarries, (361)
  • Restriction of Output iu America, 266 Strike, Alabama Coal Mining, (87)
  • Britannia Steel Works, (74), (99) (149) (216), (251), (324), (348)
  • Ebbw Vale Colliers, (74) Glynea Colliery, (324) Monmouthshire District, (452) Patternmakers’, Glasgow, (337) Threatened German Coalminers’, 548 and Lock-outs, Official Report on, 143 Welsh Colliery, (650)
  • Syndicates in Germany, 570
  • Troubles, 143 Unemployed, The, 468
  • Wages, Advance Granted by Engineering Firms, (627)
  • Miners’, in Yorkshire, 445 Not Increase and Decrease, 1905 and 1904, (361), (372)
  • Question, ConferenceatNewcastle-on- Tyne, (593)
  • Universal, for Good or Bad, Old and Young, Effect of a, (515)
  • Workmen’s Compensation Cases Dealt with in 1904,(361)
  • LAKE in California Dried Up by Drainage of Rivers for Irrigation Canals, (140)
  • Erie, Raising the Level of, 86
  • Kangra, in India, Formed by a Hillslide,
  • I (140)
  • Rannoch Moor, Argy llshire,to be Constructed on,(140)
  • Laminated Springs, Strength of, by H. E, Wim- pcris, 258
  • Lamps, The Mercury Vapour, and the Bastian, (357)
  • Lamps, Spirit, Opening for, in Russia, (239) Langdon, Mr, William Edward, 162
  • Langley Aikodrome, The, 224, 250 Latin-American Scientific Congress, (163) Launches and Trial Trips, 24, 74, 101, 148, 172, 227, 247, 272, 298, 322, 345, 426, 473, 525, 57£>, 604, 622
  • Lead Poisoning, Essays on Means for Combating, Prizes Offered by Swiss Society, (87)

Leaders:

  • Accident to a Submarine, 391
  • Accumulators, 267
  • Administrative Responsibility, 193
  • Admiralty Policy, 569
  • American Methods, Some, 290
  • Annealing, Spontaneous, 419
  • Apprenticeship Question, The, 571, 641
  • Armour Plate Orders, 193
  • Armoured Destroyers, 15
  • Atlantic Mails, The, 14
  • Atlantic Turbine, The, 543
  • Australian Naval Defence, 544
  • Austrian Shipbuilding Enterprise, 544
  • Board of Trade Returns, 494
  • Boiler Explosions : Why are they Violent ? 339
  • Boiler Furnaces, Combustion in, 418
  • Boiler Plates and the Elastic Limit, 290
  • Borough Councils and the Factory Acts, 545
  • British Railways in 1904, 267
  • British Science Guild, 444
  • Building Stone and Natural Bed, 15
  • Canadian Customs Tariff Revision, 218
  • Canals, 641
  • Canals, Utilisation of, 193 Charing Cross Station Roof, 571
  • Coal, The Export Trade in, 314
  • Coast Erosion, 391 Compulsory Arbitration in Trade Disputes, 15 Concentration of Fire, 390
  • Congress of Capital Cities, 642 Contractors, Liability of, 518
  • Cost of Mechanism, The, 389
  • County Council Steamers, The, 391, 445 Cruiser Squadron, The, 545
  • Domestic Hearth, The, 620 Economic Questions. Complexity of, 14 Electric Lighting Loans, 469
  • Electric Power Supply in London, 518 Electricity Scheme of the London Couni y Council, 595
  • Electrification of a Suburban Line, 596 Employers and Education, 596
  • ENGINEER, THE, 643 Engineering Progress and Imagination, 364 Engineers and Coal, 469
  • Demand for, 143, 218 Demand for, in (Germany, 517 in the United States, 314 Evolution of Types, The, 341 Experience and Engineering, 289 Explosion on Board the Bennington, 241 Explosion on Board a United States Gunboat, 91
  • Export Bounties on German Steel, 66
  • Exports, Progressive, 620
  • French Naval Programme, 167
  • Gas V. Electricity for Street Lighting, 315
  • German Steel Syndicate, 265
  • Glasgow Tramways, 166
  • Guns, Heavy Field, 166
  • Hall Road Collision, The, 115, 165
  • Hypochlorites and Satitation, The, 310
  • Infinite, The, 315
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The, 41
  • International Exhibitions, 219
  • Iron Ore Production, 445
  • Iron and Steel Trade, The, 596
  • Labour and Prosperity, 291
  • Labour Troubles, 143
  • Laundry Explosion, A, 418
  • Lighting of London Streets, The, 341
  • Lighting of Vehicles, 167
  • Local Authorities and Provisional Orders, 494 Locomotive Building in New South Wales, 242 Compound, 364
  • Engines, Improvements in, 192 for Indian Railways, 570
  • Llanelly Harbour, 365
  • London County Council’s Electricity Scheme, 493
  • Port of, 417 Traffic, 363, 495
  • Machinery, The Care of, 813
  • Measured Miles, 142
  • Mechanical Flight, 219
  • Metals, 242
  • Metropolitan Power Schemes, 443
  • Mikasa, Loss of the, 267
  • Miners’ Wages in Yorkshire, 445
  • Missing Quantity, The Modern S.S. Competition, 39, 619
  • Motor Car Industry, 495
  • Cars and Patents, 621
  • Omnibuses in London, 40
  • Municipal Electric Lighting in Marylebone, 141
  • Municipal Enterprise, A Big, 315
  • Naval Problems at the Institution of Naval Architects, 89
  • Nickel Steel, 517
  • Nore-Gravesend Channel, The, 116
  • Our Boys, 242
  • Panama Canal Scandals, 15
  • Pay cf Professors, The, 365
  • Peace, 219
  • Petrol in the Streets, Carriage of, 469
  • Rail Convention, International, 13
  • Railway Coaches, Entrances and Exits for, 315 Companies and the Law of Negligence,
  • Contracts for Yorkshire Coal, 621 Finance, 266
  • V. Electric Tramways, 191 in India, 642
  • Motor Omnibuses, 115
  • Railways and Rating, 165
  • Rankine on the Screw Propeller, 116
  • Rapid Transit Trams for London, 90
  • Refuse Destructors, 167
  • Restriction of Output, Retributive Justice, The London County Council and the Great Eastern Railway Company, 266, 518
  • Rifle, The New Short, 41
  • Royal Agricultural Society, The, 117
  • Royal Commission on London Traffic, The, 65
  • Royal Show, The, 340, 445
  • St. Lazare Explosion, Again, the, 217
  • Scientific Training, 13
  • Screw Propeller, The, 341
  • Shipping Casualties, A Year’s, 143
  • Shipping Rates, South African, 390
  • Smoke Nuisance, 470
  • Smoke Prevention in Locomotives, 444 Specialisation and Scientific Progress, 544
  • South Yorkshire Coalowners and the Conciliation Board, 91
  • Steam Engines in the Streets, 545
  • Gas, Electricity and Oil, 192 Turbine at Sea, 417
  • Steel Plates, Failure cf, 89
  • Suction Gas Producers, 468, 597
  • Swansea Harbour, 142
  • Syndicates in Germany, 570
  • Testing, State-aided, 467
  • Telephone, Limitations of, 495
  • Thames Conservancy Bill and Shipowners, The, 40
  • Thames Steamboats, The, 391, 445
  • Thunderstorms, 242
  • Ton Mileage, 66
  • Torpedo Shells, 519
  • Trade Catalogues, 242
  • Improvement, 266
  • International, 289 Preference, Inter-colonial, 364
  • Trafalgar, 389
  • Tram Rails, Wear of, 619
  • Tramways, Surface v. Underground, 340
  • Transatlantic Passenger Service, 90
  • Turbine Liner Record, A, 143
  • Turkish Patent Law, 419
  • Unemployed, The, 468
  • Wattstown Colliery Explosion, 41, 116
  • Welsh Coal and Germany, 67
  • Witham Accident, The, 241, 571
  • Yorkshire Coal Trade, 291
  • LECTURES for Clerks and Draughtsmen, 471

Legal Intelligence:

  • Davies v. The Great Western Railway, 41, (71) Denaby Main Case, The, (91)
  • London County Council and the Great Eastern Railway Company re The Smoke Nuisance, 518
  • Tulloch V. Waygood and Co,, Repairing a Hydraulic Lift, 575
  • United Flexible Metallic Tubing Company, Limited, v, Crowther and Others, 22
  • LEICESTER, Profit Made by its Gas Plant, Electric Light and Water, (311) Letter-boxes in German Towns, (368)

Letters to the Editor :

  • Acetylene Industry, The, The Sun Gas Company, Limited, 369
  • Adiabatic, The Meaning of, (583); John Perry, 625 ; A.M. Inst., 645 ; J. S. D., 625 ; J, Swinburne, 625
  • Admiralty Policy and Naval Engineers, 645 ; Ex Engine-room Watch-keeper, 645
  • Air in Condensers, A. W. Johnston, 536
  • Alloys Research, J. 0. Arnold, 625
  • Analysis of S.S. Trial Data, Robt. Maosel, 422
  • Automatic Coupler, A. Verdon Roe, 523
  • Balancing of Petrol Engines, H. C. A., 574;
  • The Author of the Article, 574, 625 : A. J. Rowledge, 625
  • Ball Lightning, Arthur Rigg, 293 ; Perry F. Nursey, 269. 319; J., 319; S., 319; A. R. Bennett, 345 ; One of Them, 645
  • Basingstoke Canal, John Henry Knight, 247
  • Board of Trade Returns, R. H. Smith, 522
  • Boiler Explosions, Why are they Violent? W.
  • Akhurst, 369, 447; B.J. P. R.,645; Geo. W. Malcolm, 626 ; W. H. S., 422 Plates and the Elastic Limit, P, Cooke, ^319
  • Flash, Horse-power, 536; John Riekiel 574, 5S9
  • Catalogues and Standards, G, Fred Vollmer, 447
  • Cheap Power, Arthur Walker, 121 ; C. H. S., 121 ; W. A. Tookey. 121 ; Arthur Walker, 197 ; Hal Williams, 95, 171, 247
  • Coach Weights, Montague F. Long, 589, 645
  • Commercial Economy in Steam Power Plants, R, H. Smith, 471
  • Consuls and Catalogues, A Correspondent, 369 Consuls and Catalogues, H. J. C., 293
  • Cost of Mechanism, A Mechanical Draughtsman, 447 ; F. Strickland, 523
  • Crossing the Straits of Dover, H. James, 293 Crystallisation of Iron or Steel, T. P. H.. 247 Dams, Strength of, John S. Fielding, 197 Deterioration in Steel Rails, Carbon, 472 Dynamics of Screw Propellers, R. H. Smith,
  • 268, 319 ; J. Batey, 319, 345; N. Y. Z., 247; Superintendent Engineer, 247, 293, 345; R. M. Neilson, 268 ; R. de Villamil,
  • 269, 319; A. R., 293 ; M. S., 293
  • Early Long Distance Run, An, Clement E. Stretton, 247
  • Electrification of a Suburban Line, D. N. Dunlop. 626
  • Engine, Some Links in the History of the Steam, T. A. Savery and Co., 247
  • Engineers, Demand for, J. D. W. Ball,"'393 ; J. S. V. Bickford, 344 ; F. W. Brewer, 197 ;
  • B. F. C,, 235 ; Commercial Engineer, 368 ;
  • C. Copus, 318 ; Doubtful, 197 ; Draughtsman, 345 ; Engineer, 171, 221; First Offender, 368; Interested, 269; Joseph, 221 ; Mechanical Draughtsman, 235 ; Mere Draughtsman, 422 ; Nil Desperandum, 393 ; Not a Little God on Wheels, 269 ; Premium, 197, 235 ; Senex, 171; S. W. Simpson, 318, 368; Peter Skinner, 293, 345; Straight, 221 ; Another Straight, 235 ; Technical Man, 393 ; Unemployed, 235 ; Young Engineer and Old Central, 318
  • Engineers in the Navy, C., 626
  • Engineers, Registration of, A. S, E. Ackermann, 393
  • Engines, Multi-cylinder Petrol. A. J. Rowledge, 523
  • Tank, F. W. Brewer, 197 ; A, Newman, 145; Clement G. Stretton, 221 ; Running Shed, 145
  • and Turbines, Modern Economical Steam, For C. A. Parsons and Co., 48
  • Expansion of Steam—sec Steam, Expansion of
  • Faucille and Mont Blanc Tunnels, A. Ara, Colonel (Retired), 145
  • Four Hundred Pounds a Year at Forty, Young Engineer and Old Central, 95
  • Front Driving, A. R, Bennett, 345
  • German Competition and the British Government, Our, W. D. Houghton, 48
  • Germany and British Manufacturers, Mechanical Engineers, 247
  • Globe Lightning—see Ball Lightning
  • Hall Road Accident, Harris Parks, 145, 197 : Safety, 197
  • Collision, R. M. S., 145
  • Heavy Goods Wagons, C., 293 ; Thos. W. How, 319
  • Hebburn Graving Dock, Thos. Meik and Sons, 645
  • History of the Steam Engine, Bennett H. Brough, 171
  • Indicating Petrol Engine, A, 536
  • Institution of Junior Engineers, Sidney Boulding, 48
  • Joints, Strength of Bolted, Builder, 472; Operaio Meccanico, 523
  • Knotty Problem, A. B. C., 197, 269 ; C. H. B., 269 ; Q. E. D., 247 ; C. H. B., 345
  • Lectures for Clerks and Draughtsmen, Mason’s Gas Power Company, Limited, 472
  • Locomotives, Belgian, at the Liege Exhibition, A. Weinlig, 422
  • Boilers, Works Manager, 393 Compound, Lawford H. Fry, 472 Engine, Recent Development of the (referring to page 529), Charles S. Lake, 589
  • Ritchie’s and Bodmer’s, Historian, 19
  • Rougher Accident, The, Joseph Thornhill, 71, 121; Running Shed, 95; Omega, 197; James Holden, 269
  • Maximum Bending Moments, Another Correspondent, 268 ; A Correspondent, 293
  • Measurement of Angles, Clement E. Stretton, 145; Permanent Way, 171
  • National Physical Laboratory, Manufacturer, 523 ; Nemo, 523 ; W. J. Dibdin, 523
  • Naval Architects’ Responsibility, Nauticus, 393 Petrol Engines, Balancing, A. J. Rowledge,
  • 625 ; A. T. Weston (Author of the Article),
  • 626
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, H, Keay Pratt, 369; Beechwood, 393 ; John Henry Knight, 393 ; George T. Pardoe, 393 ; F. H. S., 422
  • Railway Accidents, Unexplained, James Keith, 293 ; Clement E. Stretton, 319
  • Railway Speeds, H. E. Jefferiss, 319
  • Ram, The, Fred. Hughes, 247
  • Reinforced Concrete Reservoir at Madrid, L. G. Mouchel, 447
  • Right-angled Triangles with Exact Sides, Fritz Krauss, 171; H, M. Baines, 171; C. F. Dendy Marshall, 221, 319
  • Sines of Angles, Henry Lea, 235
  • Steam Drifters, George S. Knocker, 393
  • Expansion of, G. F., 19; R. M. Neilson, 71 .
  • Expansion of Wet, M.I. Meeh. E., 422
  • Submarine A 8, H. E. Lockhart, 95; J. D. Roots, 71
  • Suction Gas Plants, Dowson Economic Gas and Power Company, Limited, 523
  • Testing Heavy Rolled Steel Girders, A* D. Dawnay, 121
  • Testing Watertight Boors, J. L. L., 319
  • Trial and Error amongst the Submarine Fleec, S. H. Terry, 523
  • Turbines and Reciprocating Engines, Wm. Gray, 171
  • Vanadium, Aug. F. Wiener, 121
  • Ventilation of Tube Railways, A. J. Allen, 574

Letters from our own Correspondents :

  • Africa, South, Notos from, 45, 98, 120, 487, 576
  • American Engineering News, 7, 188, 238, 260, 392, 525, 646
  • America, Notes from, 48, 100, 150, 174, 252, 274, 298, 324, 348, 374, 400, 478, 504, 554, 581, 628
  • Australia, Notes from, 172, 451
  • England, North of, 23, 49, 74, 99, izo, 173, 201, 225, 251, 273, 297, 323, 347, 399, 427, 451, 477, 503, 526, 553, 579, 627, 649
  • Germany, 24, 50, 75,101,126,151,175, 202, 227, 253, 275, 298, 325. 349, 375. 400, 428, 453, 478, 504, 527, 554, 5S0, 606, 628, 650
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 22, 49, 73, 99, 125, 149, 173, 201, 225, 251, 273, 296, 323, 347, 373, 398, 427, 451, 476, 502, 525, 552, 579, 604, 627, 649
  • Lancashire, 22, 49, 73, 99, 125, 149, 173, 201,
  • 225, 251, 273, 297, 323, 373, 398, 427, 451, 476, 503, 525, 553, 579, 604, 627, 649
  • Newport Harbour Commissioners’ Weekly Trade Reports, 24, 100, 126, 150, 174, 202, 252, 274, 298, 324. 374, 400, 428, 452, 478, 504, 526, 554, 580, 606
  • Scotland, 23, 50, 74, 100, 126, 150, 173, 202,
  • 226, 252, 274, 297, 324, 348, 374, 399, 428, 452, 477, 503, 526, 553, 580, 605, 627, 650
  • Sheffield, 23, 49, 73, 99, 125, 149, 173, 201, 225, 251, 273, 297, 323, 347, 373, 399, 427, 451, 477, 503, 525, 553, 579, 605, 627, 649
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 24, 50, 74, 100, 126, 150, 174, 202, 226, 252, 274, 298, 324, 348, 374, 400, 428, 452, 478, 504, 526, 554, 580, 606, 628, 650
  • LEWIS, Mr. W. H., (414)
  • Lexicon of Technical Terms, Prepared for Society of German Engineers, (189)
  • Lighting of London Streets, 341
  • Lightning Ball or Globe, 269, 293, 318, 319, 345, 645
  • Lightning in North and South Germany, Buildings Annually Struck by, (567)
  • Lime-washing and Painting Machine, Messrs. Wallach Brothers, 246
  • Linotype Machine, Duplicating Lines on the, (515)
  • Linseed Oil Paint, Use of, Discontinued for Steel Work on New York Underground Railway, (264)

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

  • Agriculture, Rural Economy and Allied Sciences, Subject List of Works on, in the Library of the Patent-office, (483)
  • Aternating Currents, Alfred Hay, (598)
  • and Alternate Current Testing, Practical. Chas. F. Smith, (194), 267
  • Circuit and Motor, W.
  • Perren Maycoek, (698)
  • Armature Windings of the Closed Circuit Type, William Cramp, (483)
  • Autobiography of Samuel Smiles, Ed. Thomas Mackay, (598)
  • Automobil und Motor Boat Industrie, Jahrbuch der, Ernst Neuberg, (28), 117
  • Baku: An Eventful History, J. D Henry,(598), 622
  • Biusteine, Die Abgekurzfce Wetterbesliindig- keitsprobe der Naturlichen, Prof. Dr, H. (Lepp) Seipp, 143, (419)
  • Benson’s Facts for Advertisers, S. H. Benson, (92)
  • Bessemer, Sir Henry, Autobiography, with a Concluding Chapter, “ Engineering,” 213
  • Betrieb von Fabriken, Dr. F. W. R. Zimmermann, A. Johanning von Frankenberg, Dr. R. Stegemann, (483)
  • Bodie Book, The, Walford Bodie, (366)
  • Brassworkers of Berlin and Birmingham, a Comparison, R. H. Best, W. J. Davis, and C, Perks, (483)
  • Brickwork Tests, Report of, Royal Institute cf British Architects, (437)
  • British Engineering Coded Lists, Vol. II., (598)
  • British Progress in Gasworks Plant and Machinery, C. E. Brackenbury, 279
  • British Trade Year-book, 1880-1904, John Holt Schooling, (598)
  • Brother East and Brother West, A Searchlight on the Unemployed, Leighton Leigh, (598)
  • Brown’s Marine Electrician fcr Sea-going Engineers, A. E. Larkman and A. Lindsay, (92)
  • Builders’ Quantities, Paul N. Hasluck, (28)
  • Building Construction, Professor H. Adams, (439)
  • Carron Line Tourist Guido and Time-table, London and Scotland, (92)
  • Cement and Concrete, L. C. Sabin, (439)
  • Cements, Limes, and Plasters, Edwin C. Eckel, (439)
  • Chamonix and the Range of Mont Blanc (a Guide), Ed. Wbymper, (92)
  • Civil Engineering, T. Claxton Fidler, (268)
  • Civil Engineering, Lieut,-Colonel G. J.Fiebeger, (268), 279
  • Coal Supplies, Digest of the Evidence Given before the Royal Commission on, 1901-1905, (28)
  • Colour Phenomena, Introduction to the Study of, J, W, Lovibond, (437)
  • Colliery Book-keeping and Accounts, M. Goddard and Co., (92)
  • Commercial Economy in Steam and Other Thermal Power Plants, as Dependent upon Physical Efficiency, Capital Charges, and Working Costs, Professor R. H. Smith, 219 437
  • Commercial Management of Engineering Works, F. G. Burton, (219)
  • Cost Accounts, Explanation of Principles and Guide to Practice, L. Whittem Hawkins, (92)
  • Dampfmaschinen, Entwerfen und Berechnen der H. Dubbel, (92)
  • Dampfturbine, Die, W. H. Eyermann, (598) Direc‘ory of Railway Officials, Universal, S. Richardson Blundstone, (219)
  • Drapers’ Company Research Memoirs, Technical Series 4, On Torsional Vibrations in Axles and Shafting, Karl Pearson, (92)
  • Drawings from Models and Objects, John Carroll, (92)
  • Earth aad Rock Excavation, Practical Treatise, Chas. Prelini, 91, (92)
  • Eisenbau, Der, Handbuch iiir den BrUcken- bauer und den Eisenkonstrukteur, Luigi Vianello, (28)
  • Eisen Beton u. seine Anwendung m Bauwesen, Paul Christophe, (268)
  • Electiic Railways, Theoretically and Practically Treated, S. W. Ashe and J. D. Kelley, (92)
  • Electric Traction, Robert H. Smilh, (219), 419 E.ectrical Calculations, Elementary, W. H. N.
  • James and D. L; Sanas, (598) Engineering, Elements of, Tyson Sewell, (598)
  • E.igineering in Theory and Practice, Elementary, J. H. Alexander, (598)
  • Eogineers, Journal of the Institution of, G. C. Lloyd, (92) Examinations, Guide to the, Fred. H. Taylor, (483) Instruments and Testing, Norman H. Schneider, (219)
  • Power, Principles of, A. H. Bate, (92)
  • Wiring for Lighting Installations, Practical, C. C. Metcalf, (439) Electricity in the Service of Man, Re-written and Enlarged by R. Mullineux Walmsley, (483)
  • Electricity, Theory of Experimental, C, D. Whetham, (194)
  • E'ektromagnetische Theorie der Strahlung, Dr. M. Abraham, (4£3)
  • Elements der Vektor, Analysis, Dr. A. II. Bucherer, (483)
  • Engine, The Compound, W. J. Tennant, (143) Design, Graphic Methods of. Second Edition, Arthur H. Barker, (483) and Power Generators, Modern, Rankin Kennedy, (366)
  • Engineering Standards Committee’s Repoit on the Effect of Temperature on Insulating Materials, (219) Steam, Mr. W. F. Pullen, (143) and Trade Lectures, National, P. Bjorling, (342)
  • Engineers’ Turning, Joseph Horner, (194) Explosives, A Primer of, Major A, Cooper-Key, (366)
  • Fernleitung von Wechselstiomen, Dr. Roessler, (92)
  • Fighting Ships, Fred. T. Jane, (366)
  • Jahrbuch fur Daiitschland’a Seeinteressen, Nauticus, 193
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, Record of Transactions of the, Edited by T.Dunn, (219) Law of Carriage by Railway, Henry W. Disney, 91, (92)
  • Lightning Conductors, Modern, Killingworth Hedges, (143)
  • Liverpool Engineering Society, Transactions of, Vol. XXVL, (366)
  • Locomotives, The World’s, Digest of the Latest Locomotive Practice in the Railway Countries cf the World, Charles S. Lake, (219), 342
  • London and South-Western Railway, Official Guide, List of Hotels, &c., Seaside and Farmhouse Apartments, Free on Application to the Superintendent of the Line, Waterloo, (92)
  • London University Guide, 1906, (598)
  • Machine Shop Companion, Wallace Bentley, I (598) 1
  • Machine Tools ; their Design and Construction, Thomas R. Shaw, (598)
  • Magnetism and Electricity, Elementary Manual of, Andrew Jamieson, (483)
  • Marine Engines and Boilers, Design and Construction, Dr. G. Bauer, 391
  • Mathematics, Course in Practical, F. M, Saxel- by, (268)
  • Mechanical Drawing, Advanced, Alpha Pierce Jameson, (439)
  • Mechanical Handling of Material, Geo. Fred Zimmer, 482
  • Mechanical World Pocket-book and Year-book for 1906, Emmott and Co., Limited, (598) Mechanics of Air Machinery, Dr. J. Weisbach and Professor G. Hermann, (598)
  • Mechanics for Engineers, Arthur Mosley, (219) Mechanics, Intermediate Course of, A. W. Porter, (219)
  • Mechanics of Materials, Mansfield Merriman, (439)
  • Metallic Bridges. Design and Construction of, W. H. Burr, 597; and Myron S. Falk, (598)
  • Metallurgy, Handbook of, Dr. Carl Schnabel (Translation), (483), 597
  • Michigan College of Mines, Year book of the, 1905-6, (366)
  • Mining, Physics and Chemistry of,T. H, Byron, (194)
  • Molecular Forces and Newtonian Laws, Alex. Clark, (439)
  • Motor Vehicles for Business Purposes, A. J. Wallis-Taylor, (598), 622
  • Municipal Engineer’s Specification, No. 1,1905, (437)
  • National Engineering and Trade Lectures, Ben H. Morgan, Vol. IIL; British Progress in Gasworks, Plants, and Machinery, C. E. Brackenbury, (268)
  • National Physical Laboratory, Collected Researches, Vol. I., (268)
  • Nautical Technical Dictionary for the Navy, English, French, German, and Italian, E. and N. Friedenfels, (92)
  • Naval Pocket-book, The, Sir W. Laird Clowes, I
  • Newspaper List for 1905, Handy, C, and E. Layton, (28)
  • Northampton Institute, City Polytechnic, London, Educational and Social Announce-1 ments for the Session, (366)
  • Oblique and Isometric Projection, John Watson, (439)
  • Ore and Stone Mining, Treatise on, Sir Clement Le Neve Foster, (419)
  • Pannell’s Reference Book, The Granville Press, (366)
  • Patent Specifications of France, Germany, Austria, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and I Switzerland, in the Library of the Patentoffice, Key to the Classification of, (28) Patents for the Year 1904, Annual Report of I Commissioner, Washington. (92)
  • Pattemmaking, Practical, P. N. Hasluck, (598)
  • Permanent Way for Tramways and Street
  • Railways, Thos. Arnall, 437
  • Plumbers’ Work, Practical, Paul Hasluck, (117) I Power Transmission, High-tension, Papers and
  • Discussions Presented at the American
  • Institute of Electrical Engineers, (483), 597 I Practical Engineer Electrical Pocket-book for 1906, Technical Publishing Company, (598)
  • Pumping Machinery, Principles, Construction I and Application of, Henry Davey, (366) Railroadiana, E. Baker, Birmingham, (598)
  • Railway Management at Stations, E. B. Ivatts, (92)
  • Reigate and Redhill with their Surroundings, T, F. W. Hamilton and W. Hodgson, (219)
  • Refrigerating Machinery, Modern, Lorenz, Pope, Haven and Dean, (268) I
  • Royal Navy List and Naval Recorder, Lieut. Col. Francis Lean, (483)
  • Royal Navy List and Naval Recorder, Witherby and Co., (92)
  • Sanitation of a Country House, Dr. Harvey B. Bashore, (366)
  • Screw Threads and Twist Drills, Geo. Gentry, (219)
  • Sewerage and Sewage Purification, M. N. Baker, (598)
  • Shipbuilding Industry, The, Its History, Practice, Science and Finance, David Pollock, I 483 '
  • Smithsonian Exploration in Alaska in 1904 in Search of Mammoth and other Fossil Remains, A. G. Maddren, (268)
  • Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Vol. ii., Part IV., (92)
  • Smoke Abatement, Wm. Nicholson, (598) Society of Engineers, Transactions for 1904, Perry F. Nursey, (92)
  • South Africa, Guide to, A. Samler-Brown and G. G. Brown, (598)
  • Steam Engine and other Steam Motors, R. C. H. Heck, (92)
  • Steam Engine and other Steam Motors, Vol. i.. Thermodynamics and the Mechanics of the Engine, R. C. H. Heck, 366
  • Sugar and the Sugar-cane, Noel Deerr, (366), 391 Taschenbuch der Kriegfeflotten vi Jahrgang, B. Weyer, (219)
  • Technical Education in Evening Schools, C. H. Creasy, (92)
  • Technische Mechanic, Vorlesungen uber Dr.
  • August Foppe, (483)
  • Telegraphy, Acbheric or Wireless, R. G. Blaine, (439)
  • Telegraphy, Exposition of the Telegra^ System of the British Post-office, T. Herbert, (598)
  • Torpilles et les Mines Sous-marines, Les,
  • I Noalhat, (483)
  • Town Refuse, Removal and Disposal William H. Maxwell, (92)
  • Trigonometry, Practical, H. Adams, (598)
  • University College, Bristol, Calendar for the Session 1905-1906, (419)
  • University Correspondence College, Matriculation Directory, 1905-6, (439)
  • Valley of Zermatt and the (A Guide), Ed. Whymper, (92)
  • Warmwasserbereitungs-anlagen und Bade- einrichtungen, Holgar Roose, (598)
  • Water Supply of Villages and Small Towns,
  • H. C. H. Shenton, (117)
  • Wireless Telegraphy: Its History, Theory, and Practice, A. Fred Collins, (366)
  • Woking and Ripley, Surrey, with their Surroundings, Arthur Henry Anderson, (366)
  • IForZ;, Illustrated Weekly Journal of Handicrafts, Vol. xxix., P, N. Hasluck, (483)
  • Workshop Costs for Engineers and Manufacturers, Sinclair Pearn and Frank Pearn, (419)
  • LIVERPOOL University, (75)
  • Lloyd’s Register, 369
  • Local Authorities and Provisional Orders, 494
  • Lock-nut, a New, Sperling’s Nut Lock, Limited, 601
  • Locomotives—see Railway Logan, Mr. Wm., (526)
  • London County Council, Total Net Debt and Charge on the Rates, (113), (288) Streets, Horse and Motor Omnibuses in, (515)
  • - Streets, Lighting of, 341
  • Traffic, 363, 372
  • Traffic, Commission on, (385)
  • MACADAM, Tar, Laid in Ottawa, (442)
  • Machine, Cargo-conveying, 212
  • - for Drawing Coke from Ovens, 212
  • - Shop at Devonport Dockyard, 510

Machine Tools:

  • Armour-plate Saw, U.S.A., (498)
  • Band Saw Sharpening, Mr. Chas. Walsb, 245
  • Bevel Cutting Machine, Messrs. H. Pels and Co., 62
  • Boring, J. Parkinson and Son, 640, 542 Double-cylinder, Jas. Spencer and Co , 540, 542
  • Faciog, and Flange Turning, Messrs. G. Wilkinson and Sons, 122, and Supplement, November 24^A, xv.
  • and Drilling, Newton Machine Tool Works, 245
  • Machines (^ee Special Supplement^ Novevi- ber 1905, pp. i. to xvi.), 637
  • Vertical, Pollock and McNab, 537, 538 Buck and Hickman, Limited, Machine Tool Warehouse, (452)
  • Design Professor J. T. Nicolson and Mr. Dempster Smith, 79, 153, 432, 507, 557
  • Drilling and Boring, Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 539
  • Machines — see Special Supplement, November 24iA, 1905, pp. i, to xvi.
  • Parkinson and Son, 540, 542 and Tapping Machine, Multiple, J. Hetherington and Sons Limited, 146, and Supplement, November XV.
  • Vertical, Tangye Tool and Electric Company, 537
  • Drill, Vertical, Libge Exhibition, 186
  • Portable, Messrs. C. Wicksteed and Co., 44
  • Two and Four-spindle, Chas. Taylor, 540 Grinding, Combination, Libge Exhibition, 186 High-speed, Li^ge Exhibition, 190
  • Lathe Driving Wheel, Tested by the New York Central, 520
  • Lifege Exhibition, 186, 190
  • Market for, in Russia, (216)
  • Mill for Rolling Corrugated Sheet?, Mr. G. B. Johnson, 600
  • Milling Machine, Vertical, G. Richards and Co., Limited, 599
  • Pipe Flange Drilling, Pollock and Macnab, Limited, 17
  • Planing Machine, The Pianos, 499
  • Planing Machine for Turbine Construction, G. Richards and Co., Limited, 362, 371
  • Pneumatic Tools, Progress with, 533 Saws, Circular, for Metal, 532
  • Selig, Sonnenthal and Co.’s at the Electrical Exhibition, (349)
  • Steam Shovel for Handling Ores, Minnesota Mine, (140)
  • Steel Rail and Joint Grinding Machine for Use on Tramways, (333)
  • Sugar Cane Cutter, (189)
  • Wood Scraping and Sand Papering Machines, John Pickles and Son, 603
  • MACHINERY Artificers in the Army, 487
  • Machinery, The Care of, 313
  • Manchester’s Great Opportunity, 388
  • Manchester, Scheme to Relieve Congestion in Market-street, (415)
  • Mansel, Mr. Robert, 598
  • Map of Cyprus, Showing the Famagusta Railway, 489
  • Map of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway of Canada, 508
  • Master Cutler, Mr. S. J. Robinson, (297), (337), (347)
  • Matches Made of Paper, (415)
  • Maximum Bending Moments, 293
  • Measured Miles, (69, 70, 97), 142
  • Measurement of Angles, 145, 171
  • Measurements Made in Karasjok, by G. C. Simpson, Results of, (11)
  • Measuring Small Distances, (311)
  • Mechanical Flight, 219
  • Mechanical Stokers and the Fuel Value of Ashes, Where they are Used, (216)
  • Mechanism, Cost of, 389, 447, 523
  • Meetings, Forthcoming, and Papers to be Read, 464, 489, 522
  • Mercury Output in Tuscany, (163)
  • Mercury Vapour Lamp, JEsthetic Objection to, and its Removal, (357)
  • Metallurgy at the Meeting of the German Bunsen Society, 31

Metals and Metallurgy:

  • Alloys—see Alloys
  • of Aluminium and Z me, Tensile Strength of. (442), (567) .
  • of Zinc and Cadmium, (113) Aluminium, Process of Depositing Copper on, (640)
  • Production, United States, (414)
  • Skimmings. Nature of, (640) Used as a Pattern Metal, (385) Brass-melting, Cost of Fuel for, (618) Cutting, The Jottraud Process for, as Shown at the Lifege Exhibition, (87)
  • Electric Conductivity of. Dr. M, Reiganum on, 31
  • Emanium, A New Radio-active Substance, (113)
  • Gold, Dredging for, in South American Rivers, Companies formed in Buenos Ayres, (87)
  • Dredging in the United States, 144 Export from Gold Coast and Ashanti, (311) Find, Mysore, (140)
  • Production, Transvaal, 45, (120), (640); Gold Coast, October, (541)
  • —see also Minerals
  • Ingot Mould Casting, 15ft. by 8ft. 6in., (593) Iron—see Sub-index, “Iron”
  • Lead, Isle of Man, (198) Lead, United States, (188)
  • Leader on, 242
  • Manganese, Use of, in Low Silicon and Chilling Iron, (216)
  • Metalographical Specimens, Best Powders for Grinding, (140)
  • Monazite Sand and the Manufacture of Incandescent Gas Mantles, (113), (118)
  • Nickel Anodes in Sand, Casting, (618) and'Cobalt in the United States, (311) Output from Canada, (311)
  • Palladium, Prof, Wohler on, 31
  • Phosphor Tin to Steam Metal, Addition of, (442) Pitchblende in the Rocky Mountains, Enormous Deposit Discovered, (311)
  • Platinoid Alloy, (288)
  • Platinum, Prof. Wohler on, 31
  • World’s Total Supply, (593)
  • Alloy, (288)
  • Paper, (288)
  • Radium Emanation, Synthesis .of Water
  • Influence of, (140)
  • The “ Life ” of. Prof. Rutherford (291)
  • Pitchblende Yields, (311)
  • Silver, Isle of Man, (198)
  • Steam Metal, Addition of Phosphor Tin (442)
  • Steel—sec Sub-indexes “Iron and Steel” and “Steel ”
  • Tantalum Alloys with Carbon and Steel, Metal Produced by Use of, (264)
  • Tantalum and the Tantalum Lamp, Dr. Werner von Bolton on, 31, (311)
  • Thorium used in Making Incandescent Gas Mantles, (113)
  • Tin Discovery North of Pretoria, 45
  • Tin-plates from America, Increased Exports of, (361)
  • Tin, Statistics of the World’s Production and Consumption for 1904, (134); United States Consumption of, (163)
  • Uranium, Pitchblende Yields, (311) Vanadium, Its Influence on the Elastic Limit of a Mild Structural Steel, (140), (515) Vanadium, Production of, (63), (121), (311);
  • Nature and Specific Gravity of, (515), (526)
  • MEXICO, Demand for Machinery, (151)
  • Mexico Likely to Become a Manufacturing Country of the First Rank, (113)
  • Microphotoscope Invented by Berlin Chemist, (567)
  • Milk Refrigerating Plant, Wra. Douglas and Sons, Limited, 496
  • Miller-Bennett Grate, The, 73

Minerals;

  • Algiers, Export to Rotterdam and British Ports, (442)
  • Ferro-manganese Ore, from India to England, First Shipment, (442); Scarcity of in the American Market, (640)
  • Gold Dredging in the United States, 144 Production, Ashanti and Gold Coast, (311) —see also Metals and Metallurgy
  • Iron Ore Production, 445
  • Iron—Sub-index
  • Manganese Ore, South Mahratta Country, (593)
  • New South Wales, Industry of, (239); Output, 1903, 1904, (87) > r >
  • Ore Shipped from Lulea, (541)
  • Our Mineral Statistics, (11), 461
  • Output of the United Kingdom, 1904, (491)
  • Peru, Production in 1904 of, (442)
  • Platinum, Percentage of World’s Production from the Ural District, (11); Details Concerning, (442)
  • Quartz, Properties of, (618)
  • Tin, Wolfram Copper Ores of the Glitters United Mines, Treatment of the, Mr. Dietzsch on, 411
  • Titaniferous Iron Ore, Treatment of, (442)
  • Total Output, United Kingdom, 1904, (11), 461

• MINERS’ Relief Society, A Model, 369

Mines and Mining News :

  • Accidental Breakage of Winding Ropes in Mines, Professor J. Perry on, 223
  • Acid Mine Water Moving at High Speed, its Effect on the Metal of Pumps and Pipes, (288)
  • Belgium, Mines Worked in 1904 in, (337)
  • Clydach Vale Explosion, Mr. Gray’s Report on, 226
  • Coke Production in West Virginia, (11)
  • Dredging for Tin Ore in New South Wales, (239)
  • Mines and Mining* News
  • Drills Tested at the Rose Deep Mine, South Africa, (288)
  • Furnace as a Means of Ventilation for Deep Mines, (541)
  • German Coal Miners’ Strike, Threatened, 548 .
  • Iron Mines at Upleatham, Subsidence of Land, (541)
  • Lead Mining in United States, (188) Mechanical Coal Mining, South African, (45) Miners’ Lamps, Mr. Gray on, 226
  • Relief Society, A Model, 369 Wages in Yorkshire, 445
  • Miaingin Ancient and Modern Times, Mr. B,
  • H. Brough on, (593) Industry in Peru, (288) Industry of Lake Superior, (87) New South Wales, 172 .
  • Pumps, Driving, in Mme Workings, Reducing the Heavy Current required to Start Induction Motors for, (541) .
  • Respirators and Life-saving Apparatus for Miners, Dr. Guglielminetti, 147
  • Hee also ‘ ‘ Metals and Minerals, and ‘ ‘ Iron and Steel ”
  • Spitzbergen, (189)
  • Statistics for 1904, United Kingdom, (11)
  • Tin Mines, Cornwall, (515) Tipton Mines Drainage, 343
  • MINT for Coinage of 10-Cash Pieces at Kuangsi, (87)
  • Missing Quantity, The, 39 Mitchell, Mr. Thos., (19) Mond, Professor Ludwig, His Gift to Cambridge University, (618)
  • Mons, International Congress to be held at, (214) Morcom, Mr. Alf., 384
  • Morse (lhain. The, 474 Motive Power Six Times the Strength of Steam,
  • Discovery by an American, (515)

Motor Vehicles and Boats and all Matters Connected therewith :

  • Accident Statistics, (216)
  • Accidents, United States, (216)
  • Act of Holland, (239) _
  • Appeals Against Convictions under the, (567)
  • Inquiry into Working of, (216), (239), (250) Suggested Amendments to, 148
  • Argentina, Number of Automobiles Imported into, 1904, (87)
  • Argyll Motors, Limited, New Works, (213) Auto Cycle Club’s Consumption Trial, The, (239)
  • Autoloc, The, The Finchley Motor and Engineering Company, Limited, 592
  • Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland will not Challenge for Gordon Bennett Cup, (163) 4000 Miles’ Trial of Motor Car Tires, (515)
  • ReguUtions Framed by the, (622);
  • Tests of Speedometers and Lamps to be held by, (618) Regulations for Tourist Car Trophy Contest, (465) Trials for Tires and Lamps to be held by, (361) de France, Competition for Automatic Starting Device, (491)
  • Automobiles, Production of, in the United Kingdom, Total, (288)
  • Taxed in France, Number of, (567)
  • British Motor Boat Club’s Races, (216), (239)
  • Boat Club, First Annual Dinner, (442) Fixtures of the Season, (216) Races, Lake Lucerne, (113) Reliability Trials, Southampton, 148
  • Bradford Education Committee, Course of Instruction in Motor Car Engineering Decided on,(415)
  • Brighton Races, Speed Attained, (87)
  • Brotherhood-Crocker Radius-rod and Gear-case, Olympia Show, 546
  • China, No Market for, (140)
  • Cars and Carriages Imported from France, (465)
  • Commission, Sittings Closed to the Press, (385)
  • and Cycles Registered by the London County Council in May, (63)
  • Industry, Development of the Home, 495 and the Law, (185)
  • Ordered by the Prince of Wales of a Coventry Firm, (515)
  • owned by German Emperor, (465) Total Value of the British Product in, (465) Chars-a-banc for Bombay, 213
  • Coach, Locomotive, for Railways, 222
  • Cycle Industry, The, (216)
  • Cycles, South Africa, (87)
  • Cycles, Vanes between the Hub and Rims of the Wheels of, to Assist Propulsion, (189)
  • Daimler Company’s Dinner, (499)
  • Drivers in this Country, Number of, (311)
  • Drivers, Fines Levied at Andover in One Week on, (311)
  • Dummy Horse Attached to, Patent Taken Out in Canada for, (87)
  • Dust-laying Experiments, (113), (163)
  • Dust-laying by Salt, at Droitwich, (163)
  • Electric Carriages to be Allowed in Hyde Park, (547)
  • Fire-extinguishing Car, Paris, (63),
  • France, Automobile Club Competition for Automatic Starting Device, (491) Factories in, 508
  • Heavy Car Trials in, 117,138, 168, 180 Motor Car Progress in, 614, 637 Motor Car Works, Panhard-Levassor, 109, 110, 111, 114
  • Number of Cars in, (288), (465) Professional Cars Half-taxed in, (465) Front Driving, (345)
  • Gordon Bennett Race, 19, 36, (163)
  • Hotchkiss, Olympia Show, 514
  • Increasing Use of, in Russia, (189)
  • Iris Motor Car, The, 452
  • Lanchester Petrol Car, Olympia Show, 546
  • Law Relating to. Suggested Amendments, (185)
  • Legros-Knowles, Olympia Show, 512
  • Lighting of, 167
  • Lorry with Wheel Motors, 260
  • Mail Service, Darlington to Reeth, (11) Morse Chain, 474 .
  • Motor Yacht Club, British International CjJK for Motor Boats, Rules and Regulations, (491)
  • Number of, Registered on June 30th, 1903-1904, (87)
  • Olympia Show, (465), 612, 546 Omnibuses, Electric Automotor, H.
  • Cottrell on, 210, 233
  • Eagineers, a Society of, (87), (140) French, 138 London, 40, (515)
  • 70 per cent. Built in Germany, (442) and North-Western Railway, (411), (442) in Oxford, Captain Shipley’s Application Rejected, (63) Peru,\140) Todmorden Bill, (541) Service, Bath Electric Tramway Company’s, (264) London and Brighton, (465)
  • Singapore, (163)
  • Paris Police to Hold Chauffeur Certificates, (337)
  • Patents, (621) Petrol Motors, To Prevent Freezing of Cooling Water for, (415)
  • Prizes Offered by the Paris Journal to Makers of, (361)
  • Race, The Tourist, Isle of Man, 294
  • Railway Motor Coach, Glasgow Railway Engineering Company, (J25), 370
  • Regulation of Traffic by the South Australian Government, (311)
  • Roads, Bills for Construction of, (442)
  • Rolls-Royce, Olympia Show, 512
  • Rotary Circulating Pump for Motor Cars, (113)
  • Royal Commission on, (264), (442)
  • School, Formation of, at the Regent-street Polytechnic, Sum Granted by the London County Council, (63)
  • Serpollet Steam Vehicles, (163), (288), 406, 407,
  • Siddeley, Olympia Show, 512
  • Sparks-Boothby Clutch, Olympia Show, 547
  • Steam Engines in the Streets, 542
  • Speed Attained at Brighton, (87)
  • Limit of, in Kingston-on-Thames, (442) Manx Laws, (465) Restrictions in Staffordshire, (502)
  • Street Watering and Cleaning, Paris, (87)
  • Thornycroft, Olympia Show, 613
  • Time-recording Camera for Timing Races, (442)
  • Tires and Lamps, Trials to be Held for, (361) Messrs. D. Moseley and Son, 294 for Motor Trailing Wagons. Width Imposed by the Royal Commission, (442)
  • Tourist Trophy for, (622)
  • Tractors for Covent Garden Market Produce, Driver Fined, (442)
  • Trailers Imported into Ceylon Exempted from Customs Duty, (442)
  • Turin Automobile Factories, (87)
  • Van Trials, (196)
  • Vedrine Type, Road Test of Two Motor Vehicles of the, (239)
  • Wagons and Omnibuses, Competitive Exhibition in Germany, (239)
  • Wagon, Steam, Norwich Town Council, (560)
  • Yacht Club, Floating Club-house on Southampton Waters, (615)
  • MOTT, Mr. Charles Grey, 476
  • Mould Dryer, Foundry, Messrs. C. Richards and Co., 295
  • Muffling Tanks, to Minimise the Noise of Exhaust Steam, (541)
  • Municipal Enterprise, A Big, 315
  • Municipal Ownership in Freiburg, (264)
  • NAPHTHA Industry in the Baku District, Conference under M. Nobel’s Presidency, (264) Nasmyth, James, Relics of, 536
  • National Physical Laboratory, 523
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 73, 112, 175, 197, 224, 253, 270, 296,322, 375, 398, 490, 527, 602 648
  • Nevill, Mr. Percy, (274)
  • New Orleans Drainage Works, Pumping Stations of, (140) ; Use of Oil Fuel at, (140)
  • New York City, Total Expenditure of, for 1906, (541)
  • New York, Population, (491)
  • Niagara Falls, Feeling against Destruction of the Scenery of, (311); Horse-power Available on the Canadian Side, (640)
  • Nobel Prizes in Science, Recipients, (618)
  • North and South Pole, Joint Expedition to the, (541)

Obituary:

  • OIL, Crude, Tests in California giving Relations between the Local Coal and, (541)
  • Fields, Pennsylvania, (618)
  • Fuel, Experiments with, for the Battleships of King Edward Class, (264) at the New Orleans Drainage Works, Use of, (140)
  • Storage Depot for, at Turnchapel, Plymouth, (264)
  • Orders, Loss on Russian Business, (504)
  • Palm, from Liberia, (11)
  • Petroleum (Crude), Production, United States, (189)
  • Export Duty to be Reduced, Russia, (163)
  • Higher Prices Probable, (497) Industry in Burma, Probable Development of, (311)
  • Production Caucasus, Baku, Chimion, (37)
  • Spouting Well Struck at Singu, Burma, (515)
  • to be Prospected for in the Irrawaddy Valley, (163) Trinidad, Analysis of, (87)
  • Pipe Line to be Laid across the Isthmus of Panama, (618)
  • Shales Discovered near Johannesburg, (163)
  • Wells, Canadian and American Methods of Drilling, (Ml)
  • Well, The Deepest Drilled, in America, (618) Omnibuses, Horse and Motor in London, (51^

Ordnance and Small Arms:

  • Bullet, The New D, to be Given out to the French Infantry, (442)
  • Cartridge Cases for Qiick-firing Guns, 413, 419, 424, 448 ’
  • Cartridge, New Smokeless, (442)
  • Filing of the Exraouth and Bulwark, (337) Gunlayers’ Test, Tne 1905, Firing of the Exmouth and Bulwark, (337)
  • Gun Forging, 15ft. by 8ft. 6in., (593)
  • Heavy Field, 166
  • 16in. Breech-loading Coast Defence, United States, to be DiscarMd, (140)
  • 12m. and 6in., Hits Made with, (337) 12’n. Wire wound, Messrs. Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 230, 231
  • The Most Powerful in the World, Completed at Essen, (667)
  • Lebel Rifle and the New Smokeless Cartridge, (442)
  • Loading and Aiming Appliances for, (415) McLean Automatic Gun Tested, (416)
  • United States Navy, Tests Conducted by the Bureau of Ordnance with Powder Bags which will be wholly Ignited in the Gun, (414)
  • OUR Boys, 242
  • Oxygen, Apparatus for the Compression of, (337) Ozonising Plant of de Frise, (16)
  • PAINT Used instead of Linseed Oil Paint for
  • Steelwork in New York Underground Railway, (264)
  • Panel for Motors, Enclosed Starting, 498
  • Paper, Japanese, Absence of Machinery in the Manufacture, (140). (264)
  • -making Machines, 307, 368
  • Mill Plant, Turbine-driven, Willans and Robinson, Limited, 566
  • Pulp Saucepans, Compressed, (385)
  • Park Gear Cutting Works, Huddersfield, 34, 35, 38
  • Parrott, Mr. Wm., 496

Patents, American, Selected:

  • Air Lock Apparatus for Caissons and Tunnels, E. W. Moir, 300
  • Atomiser for Internal Combustion Engines, W. L. Brouth, 26
  • Ballast Device for Submarine Boats, S. Lake, 582
  • Bell-operating and Controlling Mechanism for
  • Blast Furnaces, J. P, Coleman, 528
  • Boiler Furnaces and Flues, Gearing and Rain- forth, 128
  • Heaters for Steam, H. E, Gardner, 454
  • Heating and Firing with Oil, E. Korting, 430
  • Vertical, T. Suzuki, 128
  • Boring Tool, P. Thomas, 652
  • Bucket, Excavating, R. H. Postlethwaite, 204
  • Burning Hydrocarbons, &c., J. S. Rogers, 76 Bush-tool, W. H. Van Sickel, 528
  • Car Dump, W. A. Lathrop, 26 ; H. Inman, 300;
  • Wheels, Forginsr, C. T. Schoen, 326
  • Carburetter, N. Leinan, 26; T. L. and T. J. Sturtevant, 76
  • Casting Metals, J. Eaton-Shore, 606
  • Casting Pig Iron, E. P. Martin, 630
  • Cataract Cylinder and Dashpot,M. A. Replogle, 128
  • Cementing Iron or Steel, C. C. Davis, 402
  • Centering for Concrete Floors, P. Kiihne, 630 Chain Links, J. Girlot, 528
  • Chimney, J. Broome, 204
  • Clutch, Friction, I, S. Barnett, 26
  • Coal, Ores and Minerals, Treating, F. Baum,
  • 480
  • Coke Extractor, J. S. Ham, 608 Compressor, W. Prellwitz, 76 Conveying Apparatus, A. McDougall, 176 Cooling Arrangement for Motor Vehicles, L.
  • Renault, 350
  • Copper Converter, Baggaley and Allen, 264 Cjane, Hydraulic, C. L. Taylor, 652
  • Patents, American, Selected {continued} i
  • Crank Shaft, Cole and Stothoff, 176 Crematory, Portable Garbage, I. D. Smead, 152
  • Cross-rolling Tubular Bodies in Heated State, J. H. Nicholson, 52
  • Cutter Head, J. W. Ward and W. A. Williams, 556
  • Dam, W. L. Church, 430
  • Die Stock, M. L. Bush, 326
  • Draught Apparatus for Boiler Furnace, G. Hughes, 228
  • Dredging Apparatus, F. A. Jones, 652 Dredging Cutter, S. S. Wyer, 506
  • Dust Allaying in Connection with Rock Drilling, W. C. Stephens, 176
  • Dust Arrester, L. M. Parrett, 480
  • Electric Terminal Bond, H. J. Wessinger, 204 Engine for Coal-cutting, J. G. Paterson, 128 Internal Combustion, R. F. Duryea, 376
  • Rotary, L. Creux, 480 ; W. M. Hoffman, 608 ; G. A. Kelly, 630
  • Turbine, H. Lentz, 630
  • Fire-hose Apparatus, E. Cliff, 556 Floor Construction, G. Gibbs, 402
  • Floor Grinding and Polishing, G. Lyon, 128 Forging Press, H. V. Loss, 630
  • Forging Wheel Blanks, J. H. Baker, 102 Friction Clutch, A, De Dion and G. Bouton. 630
  • Friction Device, G, Westinghouse, 176 Fuel-controlling Means for Internal Combustion Motors, A. GOS£6, 204
  • Furnace, D. M. Somers, 556 Charging, R. Baggaley, 128 Melting, W. E. Williams, 76 Rotary, W. Rockwell, 52
  • Gas Engines, Starting, W. J. Bell, 128 Furnaces, Sight Cock for, L. P. Lowe, 652 Producer, Heinrich Gerdes, 228 Producers, Ernst Korting, 254
  • Gases, Cleaning, L. P. Lowe, 652 Purifying Blast Furnace, W, Schwa: z. 102
  • Removing Dust from, J. Shields, 102 Gauge, Fluid-operated, M. Martin, 152 Gun-carriage, W. S. Isham, 506
  • - Hammer, Power, C. C., G. C. and W. A. Stone and G. A. Brown, 402
  • Indicator, Steam Engine, C. B. Bosworth, 350 Ingot Stripper, J. I. Blount, 454 Joint-former, R. M. Corcoran, 480
  • Journal Bearing, T. C. Frost, 505
  • Lever, Self-locking, G. 0. Bjorneby and A. 0. Brager, 556
  • Lightning Arrester, P. C. Hewitt, 376 Lock Nut, T. Goserud, 430
  • Locomotive, Compound, J. B. Alfree, 228
  • Compound, F. W. A. von Borries, T. W. Worsdell, and II, R. Lapage, 608
  • Engine, W. M. Jewell, 228 Turbine, H. Lentz, 376
  • Lubricator, W. B. Featherstone, 128 Magnetic Separator, C. Q. Payne, 26 Marine Propeller, C. G, Curtis, 608 Micrometer, L. Vuithier, 350
  • Motors, Balancing High-speed, P. E. Dowson, 228
  • Motor, Hydro-carbon, A. A. Low, 102
  • Nozzle for Elastic-fluid Turbines, 0. Junggren, 276
  • Nozzle for Turbines, E. Thomas, 430
  • Nut and Bolt, Threadless, H. J. Weiss, 204 Nut Lock, W. W, Walter and E. H. Chapman, 26
  • Oil Separator, W. Butzow, 480
  • Ordnance Cooling Barrels, H. Lehmann, 402 Loading Device, C. P. E. Schneider, 300, 430
  • Rammer for Guns, J. F. Meigs and R, P, Stout, 630
  • Sighting Apparatus for, C. P. E. Schneider, Le Creuzot, 402 Packing for Pistons, L. W. J. Marsden, 326 Piles, Protecting, P. Aylett, 350 Plug, Valve, J. H. Chandler, 506
  • Pneumatic or Hydraulic Transmission of Electric Power, H. Kowsky, 376
  • Projectile, E. Gathmann, 276
  • Pump, Steam-driven Air, W. Weir, 402
  • Pump, Vacuum, J. C. Dean, 276 Purifying Blast Furnace Gases, W. Schwarz, 102
  • Projectiles, J. W. Anderton, 582
  • Propeller, Reversing, E. B, and L. S. Cushman, 608
  • Propulsion of Screw Steamers, A. Rateau, 52 Railway Construction, H. W. Case and F. X. Devlin, 376
  • Railway Signalling, T. H. Patenall, 152 Regenerative Stove, J. M. Hartman and J, S.
  • Kennedy, 608
  • Rock Crusher, H. H. Blake, 630
  • Rolling Mill Roll, A. Ridd, 402
  • Rolling Sheet and Tin-plate, P. E. Donner, 608 Sand Moulding Machine, E. and T. Mistelski, 454
  • Seamless Metallic Hollow Bodies, Manufacture of, G, Kaub, 254
  • Stuffing Box for Hydraulic Cylinders, T. E. Holmes, 254
  • Stairway, Fireproof, F. 0. Hanson, 528 Steam Hammer, C. L. Taylor, 228
  • Submarine Signalling, Wood and Gale, 326 Superheater, Steam Boiler, Cole and Oatley, 204
  • Tar Macadam, E. P. Hooley, 608 Telegraphy, Wireless, R, A, Fessenden, 102;
  • J. A. Fleming, 52
  • Tire, Pneumatic, P. E. Doolittle, 52
  • Vehicle, A. J, Slade, 652
  • Inflating Modern Vehicle, A. Michelin, 228
  • Track Sander, J. H. Walters, 582 Tunnels, Erecting, E, W. Moir, 152
  • Tunnels or Shafts, Segments for Use in Construction of, L. Treuheit, 102
  • Turbine, Elastic Fluid, E. E. Arnold, 26; C. G. Curtis, 26; 0. Junggren, 204 ; M. Matthews, 52
  • Locomotive, H. Lentz, 376 Multiple-Impact, H. Lentz, 276 Multi-Stage, Operating, A.R. Dodge, 204
  • Reversing, L. Heilmann, 276 Steam, H, Wagner, 528
  • Turning Lathe Centre, C. J. Dailey, 652
  • Patents, American, Selected :
  • Valves, Blowing Engine, A. T, Keller, 23 Multiple-seat, H. Lentz, 556 Operating Discharge, W. P. Easton, 582 . ’
  • Reducing, J. Dewrance and C. H,
  • Wall, 430 Stop, Hopkinson and Kilburn, 128 Water-cooled Furnace, F. H. Treat, 506
  • Wheels, Car, C. T. Schoen, 556
  • Wheels, Reducing, F. L. Wolfe, 102
  • Wire Glass, A. J. Baldwin, 630
  • Wrench, F. A. Edwards, 430
  • PATENTS, United States, Annual Report, (337)

Patents, British (Selected):

  • Air Pumps and Compressors, 203
  • Ball Bearings, 582
  • Canal Navigation, 175
  • Centrifugal Fans, 127, 480
  • Condensing Apparatus, 454, 581
  • Dredging, 176
  • Dynamos, 276, 454
  • Electrical Apparatus, 26
  • Electrical Machinery, 75
  • Engines and Boilers, Steam, 26, 75, 101, 127, 151, 176, 203, 227, 299, 325, 349, 375,401, 429, 453, 505, 555, 681, 607, 629
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 25, 51. 75. 127. 151, 203, 253, 276, 299, 325, 349, 375, 401, 429, 527, 665, 607, 629 *
  • Field Guns, 227
  • Furnaces, 253
  • Gas Producers, 101, 175, 203, 253, 506, 581
  • Liquid Fuel Burner, 175
  • Locomotives, 429, 479
  • Locomotives, Road, 25
  • Miscellaneous, 62, 76, 101, 128, 152, 228, 254. 326, 350, 401, 430, 480, 528, 556, 607
  • Motor Vehicles, Road, 61, 101, 152, 227, 253, 276, 326, 376, 429, 479, 506, 627, 582, 630
  • Oil Burners, 607
  • Ordnance, 127, 204, 227, 300, 479, 607, 629
  • Pneumatic Tires, 350
  • Projectiles, 326, 527
  • Pumps, 76, 453
  • Railways and Tramways, 151, 254, 275, 300, 325, 376, 401, 453, 506, 528, 556, 582, 607
  • Rock Drills, 276
  • Ships, 175
  • Ships’ Steam Steering Gear, 25
  • Small-arms, 376, 429
  • Steam Trap, 101, 375, 453
  • Submarines, 25
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, 176, 376 : 582
  • Telphers, 26
  • Thermopiles, 176
  • Tipping Wagons, 350, 429
  • Torpedoes, 52, 430
  • Tramways and Railways, 76, 325, 376, 401, 453, 506, 607,
  • Turbines, 51, 75, 101, 127, 275; 299, 349, 453 ; 479, 605 ; 607, 629 ’
  • Vapour, Electric Apparatus, 254
  • Wheels, Vehicle, 152, 204
  • PATENT Law, Japanese, and Importance of
  • Early Patenting in Japan, (415)
  • Patent Law, Turkish, 419
  • Paving of Roadways, Mr. W. L. Green on, 699 Peace, 219
  • Peat Deposits Throughout the World. 628
  • Peat Fuel, 394
  • Peat as Fuel in Sweden, Use and Manufacture of, (113), (239)
  • Perkins, Mr. Charles, (213)
  • Personal and Business Announcements :
  • 24 50, 75, 101,126,150, 176, 196, 224, 252, 276, 298, 324, 376, 402, 428, 453, 478, 504, 526, 556, 681, 606, 628,650 ’ ' ’
  • PETROL in the Streets, Carriage of, 469
  • Petroleum Spirit, Maximum Amount Allowed in any one Storehouse, (465)
  • Petroleum—see also Oil
  • Pitkin, Mr. Albert J., 546
  • Platinoid, an Alloy Used for Electrical Instruments, (288)
  • Plauen Viaduct, 408
  • Ploughing Lessons at Odiham, (618)
  • Pneumatic Tools, Progress with, 533
  • Pneumatic Tube between the Luxembourg Palais Bourbon, and Offices of the Journal Official, (567)
  • Poland, Industrial Establishments and Yearly Production of Goods, (163)
  • Portal, Sir Wyndham, 291
  • Portland Cement Exports to San Francisco, Decline in, (216)
  • Portland Cement, Sulphate of Lime in, (385) Post-office London Directory, 1906, The, (622) Professors in Germany, Pay of, 365
  • Propeller Fan, The Avery, 20
  • Protozoology, Chair of, Proposed Foundation of, at London University, (140)
  • Prussia, Proofs of the Increase of Wealth in. (361) Public Health Congress, (33)
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, (369), (393), 422
  • High-head Centrifugal, The Largest ever made in one Unit, (311)
  • High-lift Electric, Mather and Platt, Limited, 10
  • The Wakefield, 18, 46 ; Messrs. E. Green and Co,, 46
  • Works, Worthington, 395 Pumping Plants, Steam Turbine, 394 ^^^(^89) Replaces Italian Sulphur,
  • Pyrophone, The, 424
  • RADIAL Area Scale, Messrs, Morgan and Kidd, 44
  • Radio-activity, Prof, H. Becquerel’s Discoveries in Field of, (37)

Railway and Tramway Accidents, British and Foreign;

  • Atlantic Coast Line Railway, Drawbridge Left Open, (189)
  • Blue-book, Quarter Ending June, 19?6, (442)
  • Railway and Tramway Accidents, British and Fopelg’n'O'OrtWrtwwG:
  • Bridge, Carlton Colville Swing, Subsidence of, (239)
  • Canadian Pacific, Landslip on, (163)
  • Charing Cross Station Roof, Collapse of, 571, 622
  • Hall-road Junction, Collision, 115, 118, 145, 165, (197), 379
  • India, Immunity from, (361); Poona Mail Train, (516)
  • Liverpool-Southport, 115, 118,145, 165 London-road Station Roof, Manchester, (593) Lougher, 41, (71), (95), (121), (197), 269 Rim«gate Tramway, Report on, (541)
  • Report to the Board of Trade on Reduction in
  • Danger of Railway Travelling, (63)
  • St. L^zare Explosion, Again the, 217
  • Sheffield, Leeds, Manchester, Bradford, and Glasgow Compared in Regard to Accidents,
  • Spain Veriora, Derailment, (163)
  • Sudan Railway, Injured by Heavy Rain Storms, (216)
  • Unexplained, 293, 319, 433
  • United Kingdom, Collisions and Derailments, 1904, (87)
  • United Kingdom, Returns Reported to ths Board of Trade during Three Months, (288); during Quarter Ending June, 1904, 1905, (442)
  • United States, (239), (465); April, May, June, (491)
  • Witham Junction, Great Eastern, 241, 269, 571, 626

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

  • African, Royal Trans-, (442)
  • Birmingham and North Warwickshire, Contract Lot, (337)
  • Blackpool, Southport, and Wigan, Direct Line Projected, (465)
  • British North Borneo, (491) Burma, Ning-Cheong Line, (365)
  • Canada, Atlantic, Bought by the Grand Trunk, (385)
  • - Grand Trunk Pacific, (264), (491), 508; Coalfields Acijuired by, (618)
  • - Apprenticeship System, (385)
  • Canadian, Northern, Extensions, (593)
  • - Progress of the Main Direct Line, (567)
  • - Pacific, Doubling of Track, (216) Extensions Planned, (385)
  • - Fast Running of the Imperial limited Train, (189)
  • - Terminus of the Grand Trunk, (491)
  • - Projected Extensions and New Lines, (618)
  • - Quebec to Winnipeg, (264) Caledonian, Report, (264)
  • Caledonian and London and North-Western Express Goods Service, Glasgow and London, (511)
  • Cape to Cairo, Extension, (11)
  • Capetown to Sea Point Railway Opened, (567) Central South African, 45
  • City and South London, Dividend for Half-year, (87)
  • Derbyshire, New Railway Projected, (567)
  • Glasgow and South-Western, Motor Car Services Approved by the Directors, (288) Glasgow and South-Western, Improved Train Service in Ayrshire, Rail Steam Motor Car Service, (567)
  • Great Central, Enormous Coal Siding, 476
  • - Half-yearly Report, (140)
  • - Neasdon to Grendon Underwood,
  • - First Goods Train Run, (541)
  • - New Carriage and Wagon Shop^, (667)
  • - Transfer of the Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast to the, (491)
  • - Two Turbine Steamers Ordered by,(374)
  • - Widening of Main Line, (11)
  • - and Great Western, High Wycombe Joint Line, (465)
  • Great Eastern, Dinner, (589)
  • - Railway Motor Omnibuses, 591
  • - Smart Engineering Feat at Wood Green, (311)
  • - Whitworth Scholarship Won by an Employ^ of, (337)
  • - and the London County Council re the Smoke Nuisance, 518
  • Great Northern, Appointment of Mr. T. M, Wormaid, (189)
  • - Bradford to London without Stopping, (415)
  • - Election of Mr. L. C. Probyn, (11)
  • - Removal of Clerks from King’s Cross to Peterborough owing to High Rates in London, (618)
  • - Steam Motor Car Service, (593)
  • Great Northern of Scotland, Steam Rail Motor Cars of, (140)
  • Great Western, Davies v., 41, 71
  • - Da Glehn Locomotives on, (37) Goods Train of Seventy Trucks, (337)
  • - Junction with the Midland and South-Western, (337)
  • - Plymouth to London in 4 Hours 6J Minutes, (465)
  • - Presentation to Mr. Thomas Wainwright, (274)
  • - Rolling Stock owned by, (113)
  • - Train Mile Returns, (140)
  • Hull and Barnsley, Half-yearly Report, (140)
  • - Name of Company, (63)
  • - Mr. E. Watkin’s Appointment, (113)
  • Indian, 642
  • - in 1904
  • - Administration Report
  • - Amritsar-Patti
  • - Bengal Central
  • - Bombay, Baroda and Central Indian
  • - Branch Lines
  • - Chansame to Harij
  • (missing lines)
  • Isle of Wight, Dividend
  • Lancashire, Projected New Railway
  • London, Brighton and South-Coast
  • London, Chatham and Dover Half-year, (87)
  • London and North-Western, Full Time in the Signal-making Department, (415)
  • - Motor Omnibuses, (411), (442)
  • - Penny - in - the - Slot Booking, (239)
  • - Project for Tapping the Sirhowy Valley and Effecting a Junction with the Rhymney and Barry Railways, (567)
  • Train Mileage of, (216)
  • Typewriting Room at Euston (189)
  • Widening between Euston and Camden, (216)
  • Wilmslow and Levenshulme Works, (216)
  • London and South-Western, Bentley and Bordon Line, (541), (567)
  • - Lines on which Rail Motors are to Run regularly, (442)
  • British Mauritius, Electrihcation of, (11)
  • Egypt, Nile-Red Sea, Rails Washed away by Rains, (361)
  • Metropolitan and Metropolitan District, Rolling Stock of, W. Pollard Digby on, 410
  • Metropolitan Railway, Dividend for Half-year, (87)
  • Midland, Extensions, (87), (515)
  • - and Great Central Combine, 489
  • - Line to Huddersfield Projected, (541)
  • - Mr. D. R, Mason’s Appointment, (541)
  • - Mr. C. W. Paget’s New Duties, (264)
  • - New Viaduct on, 185
  • - Rolling Stock, W. Pollard Digby on, 410
  • - Short Hours in the Derby Locomotive Works, (491)
  • - and South-Western Junction, Loop Line, (337)
  • - Through Fast Trains to be Continued during the Winter, (311)
  • - Train Mileage, (216)
  • Neasdon and Grendon Underwood, 573 New South Wales, (172), (264), 268, (541)
  • New Zealand, New Mileage, Revenue, and Traffic, (640)
  • New Zealand, Rimutaka Incline, New Locomotives Needed, (442)
  • Nile-Red Sea, 67
  • North British, Dunfermline and Kincardine-on- Forth, (189)
  • North-Eastern, Changes in the Staff, (311) Railway, Large Orders Given
  • Out for Electric Plant, (503) Lord Londonderry made a Director, (618)
  • Wages Questions and Concessions made, (216)
  • North London, Half-yearly Report, (140)
  • North London and Lancashire and Yorkshire, Automatic Booking Machines, (239)
  • Pretoria, Mafeking, and Ottoshoop Lines, (541)
  • Princes Risborough and Grendon Underwood, 43 .
  • Quebec to Winnipeg (264)
  • Queensland, Year’s Report, 451
  • Rhodesian, (337)
  • Royal Trans-African, Extension, (442)
  • Scotland, Great Northern of, Amalgamation of the Highland and, (311)
  • Sierra Leone Government, 194, 195, (239)
  • South Africa, Klerksdorp-Fourteen Streams, (189)
  • South-Eastern and Chatham, Future Schemes, (541)
  • - Motor Cars on, (140)
  • - Special Train to the Riviera, (465), (541)
  • Uganda, Miles of Track, (311)
  • United Kingdom, Mileage Open, (189): Receipts for 1904, (288)
  • Victorian, (288), 490 Working of British, (274)

Railways, Electric:

  • American, (264), (311)
  • Austrian State, Electrification of, (311)
  • Baker-street and Waterloo, Bill Passed, (37)
  • Belgium, Bormage Histrict, (337)
  • Belgium, Luvain and Welkenraedt, (37) Germany, (361)
  • Berlin and Hamburg, (11) Underground, (515), (567)
  • Projected New, (415)
  • India, Mysore, The Kashmir Scheme, (541) Italian, Genoa and Milan, (515)
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast, Victoria to London Bridge, and the South London Line, 596, 623
  • District, (216); Zone Fares on, (442) ; Reduction in Fares, (541) and Dover, Rumoured, (515)
  • Marble Arch to Cricklewood (Tube), (515)
  • Mauritius, (11) . .
  • Metropolitan and Metropolitan District, Rolling Stock of, 411
  • Metropolitan, Steam Trains to Discontinue September 16th, (189); Fares, (442)
  • Mexico, (113)
  • New Zealand, Mr. E. Alios Report Dealing with, (264)
  • North-Eastern, Line to Tynemouth, Stone Used on,(87)
  • North-Eastern, Newcastle, (163), (415) Russia, (189)
  • Swiss, Scheme for Conversion of all State Railways to Electric Traction, (113) Sepey and Ormond-Dessus, (415) Simplon, (515)
  • Wetterhorn Electric Aerial Mono-rail, 471
  • United States, Atlanta and Marietta, Georgia, (385)
  • Brooklyn, Rapid Transit Company’s New Station, Williamsburg, and Turbo - generator Units, (593)
  • Indianapolis and Goshen, (140) Iowa, Marshalltown Northwards and Southwards, (442)
  • Long Island, (37), (163), 634, 635, 639
  • Michigan, (311)
  • Michigan Central, Detroit River Tunnel, (11)
  • New York Central, Third Rail, Under-contact Type Adopted, (337)
  • New Haven and Hartford, (385)
  • Rapid Transit Railway, (11), (239), 354, 355, 383, 412, 440, 441, (491)
  • Suburban Lines about, (216), (239); Subway Engine- driven Alternators of, (618)
  • Tunnel Under the East River, (140) Pennsylvania, Between Camden Road and Atlantic City, (567) Philadelphia Rapid Transit, Total of K.W.H. Required, (337)
  • Single-phase Alternating - current System Introduced in, (442)
  • Waterloo and Baker-street, (37), (567)

Railways, Foreign:

  • Algerian, Extensions, (442)
  • Amierican, 332
  • Motor Car Services on, (311)—see also United States
  • Pan, (239)
  • Argentina, Mileage, (63)
  • Austrian Mileage in 1904, Increase in, (284) State, (239)
  • Regulations Respecting Physical Examination of Workmen, (515)
  • Statement on the Railway Situation, (541)
  • Bavarian Mileage, (337)
  • Belgian State, Crane Running on Rails, and Ambulance Wagon on, (288); Earnings of, (593)
  • Brazilian, (239)
  • Chilian, Arica to La Paz, (140) ; Percentage owned by Government, (239)
  • Chinese, Canton-Hangkow, (361) ; Canton to Hongkong, (11); Eastern, and Japan’s Claims, (515); Liao-Yang and Port Arthur, (189); Shanghai-Naziang, (491); Yunnan Line, (288)
  • Colombia, (415)
  • Corfu, Mileage Constructed in Three Years, (163)
  • Cyprus Government Railway, 488, 492 Egyptian—see British Railways
  • Nile-Red Sea, First Train from Haifa to Suakin, (442)
  • Port Said, (96)
  • Sta£e, Constitution of Altered, End of the International Board, (567)
  • Western Egypt Railway, (442)
  • Finnish, Uleaborg, Finnish Language Russian, (140)
  • French, Orleans Line, (146) Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean, Trial of New Motor Vehicle, (640)
  • Paris Underground, (63) Statistics, Receipts of Six Principal, (311)
  • Tunnelling of the Faucille, 571
  • German East Africa, Ludetitz Bay to Kubub, (567)
  • German Mileage, (337), (415)
  • Interoceanic, Mexico and Vera Cruz, (140) Italian State, Improved System of Season Tickets, (288)
  • Italian, Use of Welsh Steam Coal on Agency of their own at Cardiff, (288)
  • Japan’s Claims to the Chinese Eastern, (515)
  • Japan, Seoul-Wiju, (37); Wiju to Mukden, (11)
  • Mexican, Guyamas to Guadalajara, (415) Increased Mileage, (337)
  • Pan-American Line, (593)
  • Through Pullman Train to Mexico from St. Louis, (618)
  • Palestine, Haifa to Darh a, (491)
  • Peru, New Mileage, (288)
  • Rio de Janeiro, Rio Dourado to San Yoas, (63)
  • Russian, Baikal Railway Extension, (361) Ekaterininsk, (11) Finances, 599
  • Inadequate Lighting to be Remedied by Introduction of Acetylene Gas, (140)
  • Kasdin to Hamadan, (140) Mileage, (189), (442) Moscow and Kursk, Sinovyetf Branch Finished, (264)
  • Nicolaieff-Kherson, (189)
  • Officials Forbidden to Furnish any Information as to Working of Railways, (140)
  • Orenburg to Tashkend, (140), (264) Siberian, Long Sidings Constructed Along, (189)
  • No Private Freight to be Carried, (140)
  • Rolling Stock Unfit for Service, (491) with Turkestan, (11)
  • State, Persons Employed on. Higher Wages Granted, Increase to Budget, (491)
  • Statistics of Traffic and Goods Freight Carried, (140)
  • Traffic in 1904 and 1903. (491) Ufa to Magnet Hill, (465) Vladikavkas, Strike on, (140) Spain, Coast Line, (11) Swedish, High Rates of Carriage on, (113) Use of Peat Fuel on, (113) Swiss Alpine Projected, (216) Fancille and Mont Blanc, 145 Federal, Gross Revenue, 1904, (37) Jungfrau Railway, Traffic, (63) Meiringen-Vibge, 170 Simplon Tunnel and Line, (415), (541), 564, 565 ; Cost of, (618) ; Question of Steam or Electric Traction, (465), (593)
  • Trans-Balkan, (189)
  • Union Pacific, Motor Car Services on, (311)
  • United States, 332
  • Alaskan, 7, (11)
  • Atchison, Topeka, and Santa F^ Extension, (113) New Smoking Cars for, (640)
  • Baltimore and Ohio, Bridge Removed and Replaced within Train Time, (87)
  • Bill to Require the Use of the Block System Again Introduced in Congress, (640) Boston and Maine, Peat Loco motive Fuel Tried, (337) Burlington Extension, (598)
  • Chicago and Alton, Wireless Telegraphy on, (87) Burlington, and Quin cey. Proposed Ex tension from Fran nie, (465) and North-Western Mileage, (515) Metropolitan E'evated of, (11) Lines Connected
  • St.
  • o Pacific Coast, (541), (593)
  • Fares Collecting at Chicago, (618)
  • Southern, (216)
  • Erie Railway Company, Sale of the Cincinnati, Hamilton, and Dayton Line, (567)
  • Idaho, (11)
  • Illinois, Reduction of Freight Rates, (640)
  • Long Island, Telephones and Motor Cars on, (37)
  • Louisville and Nashville, New Works, 285
  • Manila and Dagupan, Narrow Branch Lines. (465)
  • Mileage Laid, First Six Months, 1905, (63)
  • Missouri, Kansas and Texas Extension, (640)
  • New York Central, Eighteen- hour Schedule between Chicago and New York Restored, (11) ; Improvements in Signal Practice under Discussion, (288)
  • Ohio River and Western Railway, Broadening of Gauge, (465)
  • Opening of the Longest Through Trolley Line in New England, (567)
  • Oregon,(11)
  • Pennsylvanian, Automatic Block Signalling, (54) (618); Best Record Run Ever Made, (567); Freight Cars Moved Over the Line in November, (634); Block System, (87); Cars, Airbraked, (87); Havre - de ? Grace Bridge, 525; ‘Special,’ (264)
  • Philippine Islands, (11), (465) Portland and Seattle Extensions, (415)
  • Sherman, Ill., (415)
  • Total Mileage, June, 1905, (640) Transcontinental, Wireless Telegraphy to be Used, (311)
  • Virginia and Carolina Coast Extension, (618)
  • Western Maryland Line from Cumberland to Lonacoming Acquired by, (618)
  • Belpaire Passenger Express, Midland. E. M. Deeley, 320
  • Bogie Tank, Madrid and Alicante Railways. J. A. Maffei, 484, 485
  • Bogie Tank, South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, Mr. H. S. Wainwright, 182, 183
  • Boilers, 393
  • Boilers, Iron and Copper Stay Bolts John Livingstone, 397, 421, 450
  • By-laws for, 552 Caledonian, Newest, and their Work, Rous-Marten, 559
  • Chemins de Per des Grands Lacs, wheelers Conveying Permanent Way, (140) Compound, 364
  • Compound, Lawford H. Fry (Letter), 472 Contract, New South Wales, (172) De Glehn, Four-cylinder Compound, 255 Two New, for Great Western, (37) Four-cylinder Goods, Chemiu de Per du Midi of France, 158
  • Darby Works, Short Hours, (491) Duplex Goods, North of Prance, 30 Eight-coupled, Natal Government Railways, North British Locomotive Company (Supple- ment^ September 15^A, 1905), 262
  • E ectric, 62-Ton, Pacific Electric Railway Company’s Shops, Los Angeles, (87) for the Los Angeles Pacific, (337) Metropolitan Railway, British Westinghouse Electric Company. Limited, 282, 290 New York Central, (216) Headlight for, 187
  • Express, A. A. B. Tokeley, 255
  • Express, with Marshall’s Valve Gear, Great Southern and Western Railway of Ireland, Mr. R. Coey (Supplement November Zrd. 1905), 436
  • Four-coupled Express, Mr. J. F. McIntosh, 560
  • Four-cylinder Compound, de Glehn Type, 255 New York Central, 232, 234
  • The First in the United States, 188
  • Soci^t4 Anonyme, John Cockerill, 56, 64
  • Goods, de Glehn Type, Chemin de Per du Midi of France, 158 Prance, Eastern of, 206, 209
  • Prance, West of, Six-wheels Coupled Express, Soci6t6 de Constructions de Batignolles, 304, 305
  • Great Western, and their Work, Charles Rous- Marten, 1
  • Great Western, Two New de Glehn, (37) Improvements in, 192 ; John Riekie, 393 L’ege Exhibition, 30, 56, 64, 158, 206, 209, 305 358, 422
  • Narrow Gauge, Cyprus Government Railway, Nasmyth, Wilson and Co., 488
  • Natal Government Railways, New (Supplementf Septembefi'l^thyl^^^}, 262
  • New South Wales, 242
  • New Zealand, New Compound Double-ended Tank for, (442)
  • North-Western of India, 140, for the, (87) Piston Valves in, Use of, Reviving, (442) Pooling of, Reports on, 159
  • “ Prairie ” Type, Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, 395
  • Radial Tank, North Staffordshire Railway, Mr. J. H. Adams, 592, 594
  • Railway Motor Coach, Andrew Barclay, Sons and Co., 222
  • Recent Development of the, 529, 589 Ritchie’s and Bodmer’s, (19)
  • Running Shed, on the Management and Working of a, Mr. C. C. B. Morris, (369)
  • Russian, Antiquity of, (593) New, to be Ordered, (264) 650 Ordered, (442)
  • Signals to ba Carried by. Patent Invented by a Coachman, (163)
  • Six-coupled Bogie, Caledonian Company, (264) Express, Glasgow and South- Western Railway Company, Mr. Jas. Manson (Supplement, December 2^th, 1905), 638
  • Express, London and North- Western, IMr. Chas. Rous-Marten, 456
  • Passenger, London and North- Western Railway, Mr. G. Whale (Sxcpplement, October 1905), 336, 838
  • Smoke Prevention in, 444
  • Tried in Germany, (640) Standard, for Indian Railways, 570 '
  • State V. Private-built, 384
  • Locomotive, Soci^^^ Anonyme
  • “La Metallurgie,” 358
  • Swedish State, Peat Fuel Used by, (216)
  • Tandem Compound, Paris Ceinture Railway Tank, F. W. Brewer on, 197
  • Ten-coupled Tard, American, 212 Ten New, for the Midland, (216) lenders for American, 19
  • Testing Laboratory, Grunewald Works. (541)
  • Testing Plant at Swindon, Mr, G. J. Church- 62V 623 1905), 617,
  • Superheated Steam, Maintenance of,
  • M.r. H. Vaughan on, (59) ’
  • Valve Gears for, Americin. 380, (498) Works, Darlington. North-Eastern, 160. 161,164 w Practice in Italy, 586, 633
  • World’s, by C. S. Lake, 342
  • British and the Pay-sheets of the Railways in, (311)
  • Question as to Dutiable fs S^rap^lSO) Afanufactures of Metals used American Street, (264)
  • Arbroath, New Station at, (415)
  • Autoinatic Booking Machines and “Penny-in- (^239^ °^ British Railways,
  • -Automatic Signalling, 208
  • Automobile Service for Railways. 208 ® Town, (^93^^^ l^ailway into the
  • Block Signallmg on Indian Railways, (163) ^239)^ Railway Carriage Wheel Centres, Bridge, Blackfriars, Proposed Widening of.
  • Old Removed and New One Substituted in Three Hours. North-Eastern Railway, (311)
  • Railway and Wagon, on the Basutoland Railway, (311)
  • Reconstruction over Serubbs’-lane k,mart Piece of Engineering (319) ’
  • T> Egyptian Railways, (239) ’
  • British, in 1904, 267 \ f
  • British, Total Gross Revenue Received by the Dat7“(311)* Connection with Railway
  • Brooklyn Bridge Trains, Traffic by. (311) Rurma, Upper, Line Damaged by Heavy Rains in, (I2o)
  • Appointed, to Make Weekly Reports, (63)
  • Charing Cross Roof, 622 Chicago, New Passenger Terminal Station, (515) Chicago to Washington in 18 h. 57 min,, (415)^ Children Over Sft. Tall to Pay Full Fare on
  • Swiss Railways, (520)
  • Club 19 62, 112 250, 310. 345, (515). (622) Coal Contracts, 499, 636 ; Consumption in this Country Annually, (567)
  • Competition of Steam and Electric Railways in America, 7
  • Compressed Air Plant for Railway Construe- tion, American, (550)
  • *^°18T“O8 82, 106, 137, 158,
  • Contracts for Yorkshire Coal. 621
  • Elderkin, Mr., His Death, (239) Exhibition. (592)
  • Finance, 266
  • Free Passes to State Officials, United States Railway Prosecuted for Issuing, (416)
  • French Chamber, Discussion as to the Purchase of the Western Railways, (618)
  • Fuel Supply for Russian Railways in Central Asia, Question of, (163)
  • German Time-tables, Longest Run Without Changing Locomotives, (63)
  • Great Eastern, Possible Removal of the Stratford Works, (515)
  • Great Indian Peninsular Railway Company Postal Trains on the Arrival of the English Mail, (361)
  • Half Fares on Swiss Railways to be Decided bv Height, (520)
  • Humber Commercial Railway and Dock Company, New Dock and Line, (163)
  • Indi^, Blocksignalling on, (163); Convenience of Third-class Passengers on, (163)
  • Lancashire, Derbyshire, and East Coast Rail- way, Projected Transfer to the Great Central, (491)
  • Ventilating of Trains, ^vO
  • Lighting Trains, Electricity the only Safe Means (618)
  • Liverpool, Trains Arriving every Week-day in (466) ’
  • London, Daily Traffic, (385)
  • Loudon (Greater), Local Train Journeys made Every Week-day (465)
  • London and North-Western, Mr. E. T Broad hurst Elected Director, (515)
  • London and North-Western, Record Run on, (216) »
  • London, Report on Stability and Safety of btations in the City Asked for by the Corporation, (618)
  • Long Distance Run, An Early, 214
  • Men Employed by the Railway Companies of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland (415)
  • Midland, Platform Gardens, Awards for the Best Kept, (516)
  • Mileage in the World, Statistics, (37) Motor Cars, American, 7
  • on the Great North of Scotland, and the South-Eastern and Chatham, (140)
  • Service's on American Railways,
  • o bemoes on Argentine Railways. (515)
  • Services for British Lines, (337) Omnibuses, 115, (264) ' '
  • Motor Service, Great Eastern Railway Company, (264)
  • Train Services, London, Brighton, and South Coast, (239); South-Eastern and Chatham, (239)
  • New South Wales Railway, Revenue of, (163) )
  • New York Central, Grade Crossings to be Abolished, (216)
  • North-Eastern, Smart Engineering Feat at Wood Green, (311)
  • Sums Paid as Wages, (163) Time Lost at Stations Not to be Made Up, (189)
  • Pennsylvania Special,” Runs of the, (264) )
  • Polish Language on the Warsaw and Vienna
  • Railway, Use of. Forbidden, (163)
  • Railway Companies and the Law of Negligence, 41
  • Railways v. Electric Tramways, 191
  • Rates, 618 Rating, 165 Relative Finances of British and American, W. Pollard Digby on, 134
  • Revenue, South African, (567)
  • Run, Early Long Distance, (214), (247)
  • Run, Record, London and North-Western, (216)
  • Russia, Agitation for Higher Wages Successful, Increase to the Budget, (491)
  • Russian Minister of Finance, Project for Inducing Private Capital to Build Railways, „.(m)
  • Signal Practice, Improvements under Discussion, on United States Railways, (288)
  • Signalling, Block System, in America, (264) Spain, Reduction of Freight Rates, and Conference to Consider the Same, (63)
  • Speeds, 319
  • Station Lighting, Broad-street, (476)
  • Stone Ballast, Broken, Prussian State Railways, Experiments on, (37)
  • Street Railways upon Private Lands, United States, Bill relative to, (37)
  • Summer Train Services in 1905, British and French, Charles Rous-Marten, 341
  • Swindon, Ago of, (113)
  • Texas Railways Resist Taxation of their Gross Receipts, (415)
  • Toledo to Elkhart, Twentieth Century Limited Run from, (113)
  • Traffic Board for London, Proposed Bill for Next Session, (465)
  • Tunnels under the Hudson, (337)
  • United Kingdom, Total Length cf Running Track of, in 1904, 1902, (269)
  • United States, Atlanta, Running of Freight Cars on Sunday Forbidden, (189)
  • Fast Runs in, (113)
  • Important Railway Deal, (415) Indiana, Proposed Law Requiring Interlockers at all Crossings of Steam Roads and Electric Lines, (515)
  • Inter-State Commerce Commission, Decision respecting Air- ' braked Cars in Trains, (593)
  • Issue of Free Passes to State Officials Prohibited by Law, (415)
  • New Orleans, Extensive Terminals at, (63)
  • New York and Chicago, 18-Hour Train Service Continues, (76) Percentage of Air-braked Cars Required in all Trains, (216) Question of Controllers for Heavy City Cars, (593) Railway Statistics for 1904, (386) Traffic, 1904, (252)
  • Ventilation of Tube Railways, (574)
  • Viaduct on the Midland Railway, New, (185)
  • Wireless Telegraphy for the Survey Camps along the Grand Trunk Pacific Lines, (416)
  • World’s Mileage, Gross Revenue, &c., (593)
  • Yokohama to Washington in 14 Days 8 Hours, (415)

Railways, Permanent Way:

  • American Railway Superintendents, Convention of, 33
  • Bull-headed Rails Supplied to North-Western of India are Defective, (113)
  • Gauges, Complication of, on Street Railways, United States, (337)
  • Heaviest Used on any Railway in the World, United States, (174), (385)
  • Inspectors’ Car, Drewry and Sons, 474 International Rail Convention, 13
  • Machinery for Maintenance of, E. E. R. Trat- man on, 233, (239)
  • Price of American and Spanish, (491)
  • Sleepers Chemically Treated with Zinc Chloride, Santa F6 Railway, (113)
  • for an American Railway, Steel, 474 Leather, in Russia, (162) Steel Cross Ties, Objections to, (46) Deterioration in (Query), 472 Engineer of Pennsylvania Railways, Objections to Use of, (162)
  • to be Barred from the Benefits of the Act of 1903 in Canada, (216)
  • Ordered from Spain for Californian Railway, (491)
  • Ordered in the United States instead of England by the Toronto Railway Company, (491)
  • Uganda Railway, (311)
  • United States, Indiana, Question of Interlockers at all Crossings of Steam Roads and Electric Lines, (515)
  • United States, Production, (37) Wear of, 619 Wear of Tram, 619

Railways and Tramways, Rolling Stock:

  • Air-braked Cars, Pennsylvania Railway, (87) Argentine Railway, Sceel Weldless Spoke Wheels for, and Rolling Stock and Locomotives for, (603)
  • Automatic Coupler (A. Verdon Roe’s letter), 523
  • Automatic Couplers, Reports on, 169
  • Brake Trials, Heavy, on the Taff Bargoed Joint Great Western and Rhymney Line, 474
  • British, Its Earning Power from 1894 to 1933, W. Pollard Digby, 279
  • Carriage Window Fitting, Mr, C. Scott Snell, 46 . onr
  • Coaches, Eatrances and Exits for, 315 Coach Weights, 845 , T»
  • Driving Wheel Lathe, New York Central Railway Shops, 520
  • Earning Power of British, from 1894 to 1903, W. Pollard Digby, 279, 410, 643
  • Entrances and Exits to Railway Coaches, 315
  • Gas Lighting for. Incandescent, (33) )
  • Gasoline Motor Carriage for Union Pacific Railway, 20 .
  • Goods Wagons, Development in the Size or, 4« )
  • Goods Wagons, Heavy, (293)
  • Great Central, New Carriage and Wagon Works, 649 M
  • Northern and City Railway, Steel Railway Coaches for the, 624
  • Western Railways, (113)
  • Hammersmith and City Railway, Twenty New Trains for, (427)
  • Heavy Goods, (269), 319
  • Kerr, Stuart and Co., Large Orders Booked by, for the Argentine Railway, (503)
  • Liege Exhibition, 30, 56, 64, 158, 206,^305, 358 )
  • London County Council, Traffic in 1904, (288) County Council, Order for Tramcars placed in Great Britain in Spite of Low Tender by Hungarian Firm,
  • and North-Western, Train Mileage of, (216)
  • Machinery for Maintenance of Way, 238 )
  • Midland, Train Mileage, (216)
  • Motor Railway Coach, Steam, London and North-Western, Mr. G. Whale, 261
  • Motor Saloons for Italy, Kerr, Stuart and Co., (63)
  • New South Wales, 296
  • North-Eastern Bogie Coach Re-modelled as a Motor Coach, (42)
  • Nottingham, (288)
  • Patent Shatt and Axletree Company, Orders for Japanese, Indian, and Argentine Railways, (503)
  • Refrigerator Cars on the London and North- Western at the Canada Docks Goods Station,
  • Reserved Carriages for East Indian Railway (189)
  • Russia’s, 615 .
  • Siberian Railway, Unfit for Service, (491) Steam Saloons for Italy, (33)
  • Tramcars Fitted with Raworth’s Regenerative Control Arrangements, (73)
  • United States, Steel Wagon Construction in the, 353 _
  • Wagons, Covered, East Bengal State Railway, for the Jute Traffic, Rendel and Robertson, (63)
  • High Capacity, North-Eastern Railway, (37)
  • Imported into Argentina, (63) Provision, 550; for Japanese Government, Brown, Marshall and Co., (37) West Ham Corporation, Accounts of, (216) Wheel Foundry, American, 7

Tramways, British and Foreign:

  • American, (264)
  • American, Competition with the Railways, (640)
  • Association, (398), (422)
  • Austrian, Mileage of, (113) .
  • “ Automotoneer ” Apparatus for Electno Tramcars, (264)
  • Bath, (264)
  • Belfast, (541)
  • Berlin, Sceglitz and Griinewald, (385)
  • Berlin, Underground, Suggested for, (337)
  • Birmingham, (22), (73), (361), (398) Blackburn,(239)
  • Bournemouth and Christchurch, 367, (385) Bury, (515)
  • Calcutta, (63) Cardiff, (311) Cheshire, (288) Colchester, (618) Croydon, (593) Darlington, (618)
  • Dewsbury and Berkenshaw, (541)
  • Dundee, (442)
  • Erith Electric, 213
  • Falkirk, 414
  • Florida, Separation of White and Black Races Declared Unconstitutional, (189)
  • Genoa District, (87)
  • Germany, (113) , .
  • Germany, Conduit and Accumulator bystems Abandoned in Favour of Overhead Trolley, (113)
  • Glasgow Corporation, (163), 166
  • Hastings, 359, 362, (388)
  • Highgate and Whetstone, 59
  • Horndean, (361)
  • Huddersfield, (385), (640)
  • India, (63)
  • J^an, Kobe and Osaka, Privately Owned, (415)
  • Islington, (618)
  • Lancashire, the Whole System Coupled Up, (640)
  • Leeds, (311)
  • Leigh, (618) Leith, (465), (475), (499)
  • Lifeguard for Tramcars, A New, (223)
  • lama, (288)
  • Lincoln, (415)
  • London, (361)
  • Aldwych and the Angel, (618)
  • County Council, Acquisition of the North Metropolitan, (11)
  • Net Capital Expenditure, 1905, 62
  • Bill, (337)
  • Extensions, (113) Undertakings Comprised by, (63) Queen’s-street to Putney, Overhead Trolley System for, (63) Rapid Transit, 90 Total Receipts, 1904-6, (103)
  • London, County Council, Traffic on and Car Miles Run, (63), 163
  • Average Fares per Passenger, (63) Greater, Mileage of. (288) North and South, New, (415) Over-bridge, (415) Traffic, (385)
  • Manchester, Covered Cars for, (361) and Liverpool, (361), (516) Mileage and Extensions Projected, (385)
  • Manila, (491)
  • Marylebone, (361) Mexican, (113)
  • Middlesex County Council, Highgate Archway to Whetstone, (113)
  • New South Wales, (264)
  • Oxford, (264), (640)
  • Paris, Means for Stopping a Car after Passing the Points to be Taken into Consideration, (618)
  • Perth, (465)
  • Peru, Lima, (37)
  • Poles as Sewer Ventilators, (63)
  • Railways v. Electric, 191
  • Rosebery-avenue, 94
  • Russia, Moscow, (189) ; St. Petersburg, (163) )
  • Sheffield, Traffic, (72), and Rotherham, (264) )
  • Singapore, (189)
  • Stepney, (3D1)
  • Surface r. Underground, 340
  • United Kingdom, Annual Returns, (640) United States, under the Hudson, (337) Uruguay, (465)
  • Wakefield and District, (72)
  • Wednesbury, (323). (442)
  • Wolverhampton. Energy Consumed per Mile in Operating Electric Cars, (491)
  • RAINFALL of Bombay. 1904, (37), (189) )
  • Rainfall in London, (465)
  • Raising the Level of Lake Erie, 86 Ram, The, 246
  • Ramie Mantles for Gas Lighting instead of Cotton, (640)
  • Refrigerating Plant, New York Hippodrome, (140)
  • Refrigerating Machinery Work, Standard Thermal Unit for, (11)
  • Refrigeration Machine Trials, 372 )
  • Refuse Destructors, 167
  • Burslem, (251) Wellington, New Zealand, (567)
  • Reinforced Concrete—see Concrete Relics of James Nasmyth, 536
  • Reservoir at Madrid, Reinforced Concrete, 447 )
  • Respiratory and Life-saving Apparatus for Miners, 147
  • Restriction in Output, 266
  • Retributive Justice, 518
  • Right-angle Triangles, 269, 319
  • Right-angled Triangles with Exact Sides, C. F, Dendy Marshall, 122 ; Fritz Krauss, 171
  • Rivets, Manufacture of, M. Ch. Fremont on a Modification of the Initial Quality of Iron and Steel Used, (63)
  • Road to Traverse Madrid, New, Contract Given to an English Firm, (311)
  • Roads Improvement Association, Laying of Dustless Road Materials in Hyde Park, (113)
  • Robinson, Mr, Sydney Jessop, the 282nd Master Cutler, (337), (347)
  • Rochdale, Technical School Extension, (216) )
  • Rolling Mills, Electrically Driven, by Ralph W.
  • Birkett, 229
  • Roman Military Road, Remains of Akeman-street, the Great, (515)
  • Rope Drives, Belt and, James Stormouthon, 609

Royal Agricultural Society:

  • Future of the Show, 4, (113), 117, 340, 445, 626 Trials of Suction Gas Producers, 472, 626
  • ROYAL Commission on London Traffic, 65 Royal Commission on the Motor Car Acts, 148, (216), (239), (250)

Royal Institute of British Architects: Meeting at Newcastle, (163)

Royal Institute of Public Health: Harben Lectures, Professor T. Oliver, (279) Smoke Abatement, Conference on, 573, 587

Royal Institution:

  • General Meetings and Lectures Announced for Christmas and before Easter, (461), (663), (624)

Royal Meteorological Society:

  • Lecture Scheme, (84)
  • Meeting and Papers to be Read at, (592)
  • Symons Gold Medal Awarded to Lieut.-General Sir R. Strachey, (515)
  • ROYAL Naval College, Dartmouth, Machinery at the, 584, 585
  • Royal School of Mines, (169)

Royal Scottish Society of Arts :

  • Annual General Meeting, (473)
  • ROYAL Show, The, (113), 117, 340 Royal Visit to SheflBeld, 45
  • Rubber in Brazil, New Source of Obtaining, (163)
  • Collection in Zululand, Natal Government Offers to Lease the Rights of, (640)
  • Industry, Ceylon, ^02)
  • Substitute for the Genuine Article, Para, Brazil, (239)
  • Yielding Plant in Zululand, The Chief, (640)
  • Russell, Sir Peter Nicol, 188
  • Russia and Germany, Area of Arable Land in, and Comparative Productivity of Soil, (37)
  • SALT Mines, St. Nicolas, Varangeville, France, Banquet Given in the, (163)
  • Salt, Sea, Scheme for New Works in Bombay Presidency, (640)
  • Sand Limo Brick, 188
  • Saw-bench, Double CrosS’Cut, 420
  • Schlick’s Apparatus for Determining
  • in the Speed of Rotation of Screw Shafts, (11) Science Guild, British, 444
  • Scientific Training, (11), 1^3
  • Screw Propellers, 116, 124, 205, 24/, 293, 319,
  • Standard Leading, Report of Committee, 172,198,249,271,272
  • Trade, British and German, (216)
  • Sea Power and the Late War, 231
  • Sea Wall at Galveston, The New, 246 Searchlight, Berlin, Greatest in the World, (140) Serpollet Steam Vehicles, 406, 407, 408 Sewage Disposal, Brewood, (604)
  • Huddersfield Invites Tenders for, (640)
  • Leeds, Land to be Purchased, (640)
  • Manchester, (442)
  • Middlewich, (239)
  • Oldbury, (297)
  • Purification Scheme, Ilkeston, (63) Works of the Glasgow Corporation, Report on, (216)
  • Sewer Ventilators, Tramway Poles as, (63) Sheffield and Bayonets, (75)
  • and the Cutlery and Hardware Trades,
  • 174
  • Firm and Morecambe, A, 318 University, Mr. W. E. Allen’s Gift to, 74
  • Shelford, Sir William (with Portrait), 343 Shellac, Prize Offered for Best Method of Testing I its Purity, (140)

Shipping- Accidents, British and | Foreign:

  • Albion, (385) .
  • Allan Turbine Liner Victorian, (415)
  • Cable Ship Colonia Ashore off Canso, (189), )
  • Destroyers Disabled in the Baltic Fleet, 196 )
  • Dominion Broke Loose from her Moorings, (238)
  • Duncan, (385)
  • French Submarine Farfadet, Loss of the, 42
  • Launching Mishap on the Clyde, 162
  • Mikasa, Loss of, 267
  • Submarine A8, 71, 95, 391
  • Suffolk, Breakdown of the, 96
  • United States Gunboat Bennington, Explosion on Board, 91, 241, 246
  • United States Maine, Salving of, (11)
  • White Star Liner Majestic, (239)
  • Year’s Shipping Casualties, The, 143

Admiralty News:

  • Admiralty Policy, A Statement of, 569, 572, 674, 645
  • Disused Admiralty Chains, Agitation Respecting Sale of, (415)
  • Hydrographer’s Report for 1904, (113), 155
  • Installation of Electric Light and Power at Sheerness Dockyard Ordered, (640)
  • Mechanics and Skilled Labourers Sent to Gibraltar to Repair the Assistance, (640)
  • Mines to be Painted Light Grey, (414)
  • Naval Manoeuvres, Torpedo Craft to be Employed in Next Year’s, 628
  • Naval Oficers, New Scheme of Training, By a Fleet Engineer, 572
  • Orders Respecting Coal Consumption Records, i 388
  • Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, Machinery at, 584, 585, (626)
  • Stokers for the Navy, Steps Taken by the Admiralty to Secure, (385), 414
  • Surveys, (113), 155

Shipbuilding-, British, Naval and Mercantile :

  • Beamless Turret Deck Steamers, Messrs. Wm. Doxford and Sons, (374)
  • Beardmore and Co., Messrs., Gun Tempering Shop Added to their Works, (693)
  • Boom in the Shipbuilding Industry, (399), (526)
  • Brazil, Battleships Ordered in England for, (439)
  • Brown and Co., John, The New Cunarders, (37), 310, 312 ; Indian Troopship, 333, (393)
  • Clyde, Government Work on the, (139) Shipbuilding Activity, 370 and Turbine Steamers, The, 296 Yards, (23), 221, (239), (252), (348), (580)
  • Cunarders, Stern Frames and Brackets for the New, (37), 310, 312
  • Deck-caulking Tool, The Palmer and Webster, 498
  • Denny Brothers, Messrs. William, (50) Dreadnought, The, 139, 287, 307, (337), 344, 388, 536
  • English, June, (37); August, (239); September, (337), (385); October, (452), (491); November, (593)
  • Forth, Shipyard Development on the, (224)
  • Indian Troopship, A New, Messrs. John Brown and Co., 333,(393)
  • Lloyd’s Register Returns, June 30th, 1905, (63), 369
  • Napier and Miller, Limited, Messrs., New Yard at Old Kilpatrick, (593)
  • New Ships to be Built between Now and 1919, 162
  • Passenger Steamers to Run to Canada, (465) Raylton, Dixon and Co., The Velasquez, (605) Scotch, June, (37) ; August, (239) ; September, (385) ; October, (491); November, (593) Screw Propeller, Rankine on the, 116, 124 Screw Propeller, Dynamics of, Professor R. H.
  • Smith on, 205,319 ; N. Y. Z., 247; Superintendent Engineer, 247, 293; A. R., 293;
  • M. S., 293; R. de Villamil, 319 ; JohnBatey, 319, 345
  • Searchlights for Warships, More, 162
  • Submarine, 20-knot, Projected, for British Navy, 162
  • Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Messrs., (50); Construction of a Great Cunarder {SiLpplem.ent^ December 1905), 558, 568
  • Thames Shipyard, A, 439
  • Torpedo Nets for all Cruisers, 162
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Cruisers, (23), (541), (605)Floating Dock for Admiralty, (553) ; Japanese Battleship Katori, (605); Russian Cruiser Rurik, (605); Russian Battleship, 307
  • Wages Question, Conference at Newcastle-on- Tyne, (553), (593)
  • Warships under Construction on September 30th,(337)
  • Yarrow Works, Transfer of, to the Seaboard, (504), (526)

Shipbuilding; Foreign, Naval and Mercantile:

  • American Lake Shipyards, Twenty-two Ships under Order, (288)
  • American Statement for the Fiscal Year, (163) Austrian Enterprise, 544
  • French, Armoured Destroyers, 15
  • Cruiser A16, Cost of, (239)
  • Programme, New, 162, 167 )
  • Submersibles under Construction at Cherbourg, (337)
  • German, (102), (113), 238 Battleships, (307), (465); New Class of, (113), (465); S Class of. 238, 476 Hohenzollern, Fate of the, 238 Naval Programme and Inevitable
  • Widening of Kiel Canal, (465) Imperial Yacht, 238
  • Kiel and Wilhelmshaven, Men Employed at, (439)
  • Riga, New Shipyard for, (163)
  • Russian Cruiser Admiral Makaroff, 476
  • Russian Warship said to have been Ordered from Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 476
  • Turkish Shipyard, Tershana, A, 562
  • United States, Quarter Ending September 30th, 1906, (491)
  • Question of the Construction of Two 18,000'Ton Battleships, (361)
  • Tonnage Built during the Year Ending June 30th, 1905, (113) Venezuelan Government, Torpedo Boats for, (189)
  • Vulcan Works, Rumoured Removal of Part, to a North Sea Port, (189)

Shipping News, British, Various, and Naval Matters:

  • Anchor of H.M.S, Sirius Found at Norfolk Island, (140)
  • Armoured Destroyers, (287)
  • Atlantic Mails, 14 Australian Naval Defence, 544
  • Canadian Mails and Turbine Development, (287) China Fleet, Battleships Return Horae, (139) Comet, Attempt to Raise the Hull and Machinery of, (618)
  • Cruiser Race, The, 636, 698
  • Displacement of all Warships, Increase in the Average, (618)
  • First Steamer to Run on the Clyde, Attempt to Raise the Hull and Machinery of the, (618)
  • Foreign Ships and British Regulations, 111 )
  • Increase of British Shipping in the Foreign Trade, (239)
  • Launched from Scotch Yards, 23, (37) )
  • Launching Mishap on the Clyde, ife i
  • Lloyd’s Register of Tonnage under Construction in United Kingdom, June 30th, 1905, ' (63)
  • London, Vessels Entered at, 1903, (163) )
  • Manchester and Costa Rica, Direct Mail Parcel Service between, (361)
  • Marine Transport, The Latest Novelty in, (618) Motor for Boats, A Buchet Vertical Petrol, (385)
  • Motor Engines Fitted to Hibernia and Minotaur, 287
  • Naval Strategy and Tactics at Time of Trafalgar, Sir C. Bridge, 58
  • Pendulum for Obtaining the Vertical on Board Ship,(144)
  • P. and 0. Fleet, Additions to the, (287)
  • Power Generated in Modern Steamship in Voyage across Atlantic, (11)
  • Propulsion for Boats, M. A. Farcot’s New System of, (385)
  • Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, Steamship Service to Cuba, (189)
  • Salvage of Ships, Mr. F. W. Young on, 584 )
  • Signalling, Submarine, Trinity House Trials, 148, 220
  • Ships of the Royal Navy at the Time of Trafalgar, Sir P. Watts, 58
  • South African Shipping Rates, 390
  • Speed, Experiments on the Effect of Depth of Water on, Mr, H. Yarrow, 69, 70
  • Steam Drifters, (393)
  • Steamship Competition, Modern, 619 Trade, The, 84
  • Transatlantic Passenger Service, 90
  • Turbine Ocean Steamers, (212)
  • Tyne, Dues Charged on the, Combination to Secure a Reduction, (163)

Shipping News, Foreign, Various, and Naval Matters;

  • Atlantic Mails, 14
  • Baltic Fleet, The Truth about the, (287)
  • Bilbao Harbour, Boat Propelled by Hertzian Waves, Experiments Made in, (541)
  • Coaling Record Established by the U.S.S, Pennsylvania, (63)
  • Engineering Duty should be Confined to Engineer Officers, (337)
  • French Fleet at Brest, 36 ; at Portsmouth, 96, (139)
  • French Fleet, Station-keeping of, (139)
  • German Trial Results, Recent, 96
  • Hongkong, Vessels Entered at, 1903, (163)
  • Japan, Cost of Repairing Russian Ships Raised, 496
  • Foreign Trade and Shipping of, (491) )
  • - Steam Tonnage under Japanese Flag, (541)
  • Future Battleships, Displacement of, (541)
  • Japanese Admiralty Orders Placed with Krupp, (414)
  • Japanese Navy, Part Taken by British Manufacturers in its Construction, (23)
  • New York, Vessels Entered at, 1903, (163)

Ships: Battleships, British:

  • Admiral Sir E. Seymour on 18,000-Ton
  • Battleships, (515) Albemarle, 536 Albion, (385) Arrogant, (238) Cornwallis, 414 Dominion, (238), 287 Dreadnought, 139, 287, 307, (337), 344, 388, 536
  • Duncan, (385), (476)
  • King Edward VII., Steam Trials, (11) Powerful, 388 Renown, 368
  • Terrible, 368, 388, 414
  • Triumph, (476)

Ships: Battleships, Foreign:

  • Brazilian, Aquidaban and Riachuelo. 368 Dutch, Hertog Hendrik, (536) Dutch, Tromp, (536)
  • French, Democratie, Cost of, (239) German, Hannover, (442)
  • “0” launched, (344) “P” launched, 307, (344) Pommern, (567) “S” Class, (238), (476) The New, (465),-(496), (567) Italian, Benedetto Brin, (344) Japanese, Aki, 601
  • Hizen (ex Russian Retv’zan), (459), (476)
  • Iwami, 287 Katori, 7, 12, (605) Kurama, 601 Russian, Andrei Perosvanni, (239) Bogatyr, (439), (476) Imperator Pavel, (239) Ivan Zlatoust, (239) Kniaz Potemkin, (439) Orel, 287, (476) Pobieda, (414), (476), (601) Prize for a Design of a, Awarded to Achenbach, (567) Retvizan, 307, (311), (439), (476) Raised at Port Arthur, (238), (601)
  • That have Become Japanese, (476), (496)
  • United States, Idaho, (640)
  • Kansas, (140), (176), (216) Louisiana, (640)
  • Maine, Faulty Firing Cause of Excessive Smoking, (37)
  • Massachusetts, (593) Mississippi, (337), (536) New Hampshire {Supple- uieiiti 2I5Z, 1905),
  • Oregon, (593) S. Carolina Class, (601) Vermont Launched, (311) Virginia, Speed Trial, Standardisation, (593)
  • Displacements of the Two New, (264)
  • Question of Value of Torpedo Equipment for, (113)

Ships: Cruisers, British:

  • Antrim, (139) Argyll, 139, 287 Ariadne, (196) Bacchante, (162) Bedford. (536), (598) Berwick, (536) Black Prince. 368, (442), (496) Carnarvon, (139) Cochrane, (139) Cornwall, (536), (598) County Class Cruisers, Coal Burned by, (196)
  • Cumberland, (536), (598)
  • Devonshire, 414 Doris, (238) Drake, (536), (598) Duke of Edinburgh, (344), 368, (439), (496). (536)
  • Essex, (536), (598) Hibernia, 287 Kent, (162) Minotaur, 287, (373) New, Admiralty’s Precautions to Pre serve Secrecy respecting, (515)
  • Orion Class, (536)
  • Kace, The, (536), 598 Roxburgh, (139), (162) Squadron, The, (536), 545 Warrior, (415), (536), (541) Warspite, (320) '

Ships: Cruisers, Foreign

  • French, A15, Coat of, (239) Condd, 388 Desaix, 388 Isly, 162, 238 Jean Bart, (476) Jules Ferry, 388 Jules Michelet, (140), (388) Leon Gambetta, 9, 888 Sully, (344)
  • German, "C,” 96
  • Ersatz-Alexandrine, (344) Ersatz-Muuchen named Konics- berg, (536)
  • Hamburg, (515); Konigsbere:. (536); Luebeck (Turbine), 260, 263, (515)
  • Wacht to be Equipped with Steam Turbines, (385)
  • Yorck, (536)
  • Japanese, Ibuki, Ikoma, Satsuma, Tsukuba, 601, (646)
  • Russian, Askold, (496); Makaroff, (567) Pallada Raised, (163) Rurik, (477), 619, (605) Variag, Raised, (163) bpanish, Cardenal Cisneros, (439)
  • United States, Colorado, (385) Dixie, (11) Galveston, (385), (414) Maryland, (344) Milwaukee, (618) Pennsylvania, (361) Philadelphia, (11) Three New, (618)

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

  • Destroyers, Armoured, (287) New 36-Knot, 196 New “ Ocean-going,” (536) Ness, Speed Trials Dispensed with, 196
  • Motor Boats for the Herring and Salmon Fishing in North Scotland, (288)
  • Scout Adventure, Notes on the Trial, 107, 146 ; Propelling Machinery of — Supplejiient, A iigiist ID/t, 1905
  • Attentive, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, 616
  • Foresight, (139)
  • Submarine A 8, 71, 95
  • Submarine Beats and their Salvage, Causes of Accidents to. Captain R. H. Bacon on, 82, (90), 123
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Twelve to be Built, and their Names, (140)

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

  • Brazilian Gunboats, Yarrow and Co., Limited, 638
  • French Submarine, Launched at Toulon, Large, (87)
  • French Submarines, Steam Engines to take the Place of Benzine and other Motors, d Explosion^ (361)
  • Russian Submarines and Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Ordered in France, (216), (567)
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer Is- kusni, (567)
  • Torpedo Destroyers Building at Toulon, (163)
  • Spanish Torpedo Boats Ariete and Rayo, First War Vessels Pitted with Watertube Boilers, 601
  • Swedish Torpedo Boat Destroyer Magne, 139, 188
  • United States Destroyer Decatur, 238 Gunboat Bennington, Explosion on, 91 Submarines Cnttlehsh, Octopus, Tarantula, Viper, (618)
  • Submarine Torpedo Boat Plunger, (264)

Ships: Mercantile, Passenger, and Various. British:

  • Allan Liner Virginian, Turbine Liner Record, (143); Changes to be Made in the Propellers, (216) Turbine Liner Victorian Berthed for Repair, (415) Turbine Liners, Two New, (415) Barges for the Admiralty’s Boring Work at Rosyth, (541)
  • ‘ * Beamless ” Turret Steamers, Doxford’s, (428)
  • Canadian Mail Steamers, (287), 499; T.S.S. Empress of Britain Launched, 499
  • Clyde and Turbine Steamers, The, 296 Cunarder Carmania, (337), (491), (515), 519, (536), 543, (667), (693), (640)
  • Lucania, Submarine Signalling Experiments in connection with, (311)
  • Ultonia, New Boilers for, (428) New, John Brown and Co., (37), 310, 312
  • Cunard Liner under Construction, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Limited (Supplement^ December 3th. 1906), 668, 568
  • Dewey, A Floating Dry Dock, Projected Voyage to Manila of the, (618) Dongola, Twin-screw Steamer, (287) Dredgers for Karachi, W. Simons and Co., Limited, 146 for New South Wales, Wm. Simons and Co., Limited, 615 ’
  • 750-Ton Steam Hopper, Wm. Simons and Co., 497
  • Empress of Britain, Twin-screw^ Steamship, The Pairfield Company, (287)
  • Empress of Ireland, Twin-screw Steamship, The Pairfield Company, (287)
  • Gas Engine Yacht, Emil Capibaine, Messrs. J. I. Thornycroft and Co., 120
  • Indian Troopship, A New, 333^1 London County Council’s Thames Steamboats, 11,. 95, 391, (442), 445
  • Motor Fishing Boat, Scottish Fishery Board, (37)
  • Ocean Liners, Steam Turbines Applied to, J. Harvard Biles, 295
  • P. and 0. Fleet, Additions to the, (287) P. and O. Steamship India, 82 ; Mooltan, 372
  • Salvage Steamer, Messrs, Ramage and Ferguson, (163)
  • Steam Trawler Development, 368 Tug Poderoso, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 370 Turbines as Applied to Ocean Liners, J. Harvard Biles, 295 Yacht Branwen, Messrs. J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 414
  • Turbine Steamers for the Great Central Railway, (374)
  • Turbine Steamer Viper, for the Irish Cross-Channel Service, (640)
  • West African Mail Steamer Karina, Record Voyage from Sierra Leone, (189) "

Ships: Mercantile, Passenger, and Various. Foreign:

  • American Ship to Cross the Atlantic in Three Days, with Sixteen Screw Propellers, (113)
  • French ‘‘SkatingBoat,” M. de Lambert, 48
  • German Hamburg - American Liner Amerika Dry - docked at Southampton, (311) Norddeutscher Lloyd’s Steamer Bremen, Twin-screws and the, 344
  • Suction Gas Plant Boat, Lotte, 531
  • Norwegian Mercantile Marine, 1904, (11) Russian Icebreaker Ermack Docked at Hebburn, 388
  • Russian Oil Trade, Electrically-driven Oil Boat for, (163)
  • United States, Californian Gold Dredger, 144
  • “Freighter,” the “James C. Wallace,” Comparative Tests of Superheated and Saturated Steam, (415)
  • Gasoline Schooner Soto- yome, Largest in the World, (140)
  • Lake Cargo Steamer, Large,Pittsburg Steamship Company, 238
  • Motor Schooners, San Frisco, (491)
  • Ore Carriers, Lake, (37) The Turbinia, Lake Steamer, (311)
  • SIGNALLING, Submarine, 220 Simplon Tunnel, (415), (465), 541, 564, 665
  • Sines of Angles, 235 Slag Cement, 212 ,

Small Arms:

  • Gun Worked by Electricity, M, Feodor Troitz, (113)
  • Rifle, The New Short, 41 SMITH, R. H., on High-speed Outflow of Steam and Gases, 609—see “ Steam and Gases,” 631

Smithfield Show, The:

  • Oil Engines, 563 Ploughs, 563
  • Road Locomotives, 563 Steam Motor Lorries, 563
  • Ploughing Engines, 563 Tractors and Ploughs, 663
  • SMOKE Abatement, Ghemical Trade Journal on, (593)
  • Hindered by Offenders being Summoned to County Police - courts, (567)
  • Conference (402), 573, 587, 612, 636
  • Nuisance, The, 470
  • Preventer, The Longsdorf, 316
  • Society, Battersea Polytechnic Engineering:
  • Harnessing Niagara, Prof. Unwin, (578)

Society, Bradford Engineering: ,

  • Friction and Lubrication, Prof, G. F. Charnock, 540, 622
  • Modern Condensing and Water-cooling Plant, Mr. W. H. Roy, (411)
  • Report of the Summer Session, Visits Paid, Syllabus for Present Session, (336)
  • Steam Jacketing, Professor A. L, Mellanby, 576

Society of Civil Engineers, American:

  • Convention at Cleveland, 112

Society, Civil and Mechanical Engineers :

  • Visit to Motor Car Works, Messrs. Clement Talbot, Limited, (50)
  • Visit to Sewer Works, Plumstead, (148)
  • Visit to Charing Cross Station, (604)

Society of Engineers:

  • Annual General Meeting, Fifty-first, Mr. N. J. West, President, Elections, Premiums Awarded, &c., 604
  • Grindleford Stone Quarries and their Working, Mr, B, L. Bradley, 563
  • Visit to Great Western Railway Works, Swindon, (95)
  • Visit to the Hampton Sewerage and Sewage Disposal Works, (316)

Society of Engineers, Amalgamated;

  • Meeting to Consider Rules relating to Overtime, (288)
  • Monthly Report, Decreasing Number of Unemployed Members, State of Trade, &c., (63)

Society of Engineers and Metallurgists, Sheffield :

  • Iron, Behaviour of Phosphides and Carbides when Together in, Mr. J. E. Stead, (452)
  • Steam Turbine Design, Professor Ripper, (491)

Society, German “Bunsen ”:

  • Accumulator Cells without Lead, Professor Elbs, 31
  • Crystalline Fluids and of Fluid Crystals, Nature of, Dr. Schenck, 31
  • Electro-chemical Equivalent and the Electrical Conductivity of Metals, Dr. M. Reiganum, 31
  • Explosive Antimony, Professor Cohen, 67
  • Magnetic Compounds from Diamagnetic Elements, Formation of, Dr. E. Wedekind, 31
  • Oxidisation of Nitrogen by High-tension Spark Discharge, Dr. Erode, 67
  • Oxidisation of Palladium and cf Platinum, Professor Wohler, 31
  • Radio-activity of the HotSprings, Baden-Baden, Professor Engler, 67
  • Secondary Cell without Lead, A New, Dr, Grafenberg, 67
  • Tantalum and the
  • Werner, 31

Society, Glasgow Scientific:

  • (547)
  • Electric Power Plant Design, Mr, P. D. lonides, (476)
  • Opening Meeting, and Papers to be Read, (388)
  • Training and Work of Engineers in some of their Wider Aspects, Dr. Henry Dyer, 423

Society, Glasgow University Engineering :

  • (547)
  • Art of Approximation, Mr. H. A. Mavor, 552
  • Lake Baikal and its Connection with the Great Siberian Railway, Mr. A, Gulstone on, (464)
  • Reception at the James Watt Engineering Laboratories, (616), (613)

Society, Gloucestershire Engineering:

  • Visit to Messrs. R. A, Lister and Co.’s Works, (126)

Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers, American :

  • Design of Central Station Hot-water Heating Systems, (112)
  • Drying, Necessity of Ample Air and Good Circulation in, (112), (239)
  • Drying by Steam, Hot Air, and Waste Gases, (112)
  • Flow of Air in Metal Pipes, (112)
  • Possibilities of Heating with Hot Air, (112), (239)
  • Residence-heating by Direct and Indirect Hot- water Systems, (112)
  • Sheet Metal Radiation, (112)

Society, Highland Agricultural:

  • Suction Gas Producer Plants, Trials of, 472

Society, Leeds University Engineering :

  • Induced Draught to Steam Boilers, Mr. W. H Casmey on, (411)
  • Petrol Motor, Building of, Mr. R. J. Isaacson, (473)

Society, Liverpool Engineering:

  • Annual Dinner, (616)
  • Opening Meeting, Papers to be Read, (411) Presidential Address of Mr, T. Reney Smith on Liverpool and her Rival Ports, 463
  • Salvage of Ships, Mr. F, W. Young, 586

Society of London, Physical;

  • Comparison cf Electric Fields by Means of an Oscillating Electric Needle, Mr. D. Owen, 71
  • Exhibition held by, (566)

Society, Manchester Literary and Philosophical:

  • Presidential Address of Sir Wm. Bailey, (388)

Society, Rugby Engineering:

  • Protection from Electric Shock, J. Sugden, (346)
  • Society, Sheffield University Students' Engineering and Metallurgical:
  • High Temperature Measuring Appliances, Mr. T. Swinden, (499)
  • SOUTHWOLD, Suffolk, Cliff Subsidence at, (311) Specialisation and Scientific Progress, 544 Spectroscopic Examination, Risk of Inferring the Change of One Element into Another from, (11)
  • Speed of Various Means of Communication, Relative, (385)
  • Spezia and Suburbs, Drainage of, (87)
  • Spindles in Germany, Increased Number, (491)
  • Spirit, Denaturated, Use of. Sanctioned in
  • Russia for Illuminating, Heating, &c., (239)
  • Spring Wheel, A New, (185)
  • Springs, Strength of Laminated, by H. E. Wimperis, 258
  • Stay Bolts, Iron and Copper, 397, 421
  • Steam, Expansion?;., (71) Expansion of Wet, Professor R. H. Smith, 378, 422
  • Gas, Electricity, and Oil, A Commercial War, 192
  • and Gases, High-speed Outflow of, by R. H. Smith, 609, 631
  • Minimising the Noise of Exhaust, (541) Power Plants, Commercial Economy in, 471
  • Steam Tractor with Platform, Mann’s Patent Steam, Cart and Wagon Company, Limited, 42

Steel:

  • Aluminium, Constitution and Properties of, M. L. Guillet on, (63)
  • Barrel Works, Uxbridge, (578)
  • Bars, Manipulation for, Mr. Upton on, 332
  • Chimneys, United States and Mexico, Dimensions of Large, (618)
  • Cost of High-speed, (113)
  • Crank-Shafts to Weigh each 86.6001b., (113)
  • Fly-wheels, Tensile Strength of, (541)
  • German, Export Bounties on. 66
  • Hadfield’s Era Steel, 333
  • Increase in Speed of Testing a Means of
  • Increasing Capacity of a Laboratory, (239)
  • Influence of Vanadium on Elastic Limit of, (140)
  • Ingots, Segregation in, Mr. Talbot on, 332
  • Hartensite,” An Ingredient of, (11)
  • Nickel, 517
  • Overheated Steel, Mr. A. W. Richards and Mr. J. E. Stead, 307, 321 Piling, American, 435
  • Plates, Failure of, 81, 89
  • Process, The Slag, (188)
  • Rail and Joint-grinding Machine for Use on Tramways, 332
  • Rails to be Barred in Canada from the Benefits of the Act in 1903, (216)
  • Russian Production, (337)
  • Steel Piling, American, 435
  • Steel Used for Motor Car Construction in France, Dr. Leon Guillot, 307 Syndicate, The German, 265
  • Test of the Effect of Vanadium on, (465)
  • Thermal Transformations of Carbon Steel Prof. Arnold and Mr. A. Me William, 306
  • Twist Drills of High Speed, (515) Vanadium, its Effect upon, (465)
  • - in Metallurgy, Use of, Dr. Leon Guillet, 307
  • Works at Cadiz, Opening for, (50) See also “ Iron and Steel ” Sub-index
  • STEPHENSON, Mr. George Robert, 439
  • Stoke-on-Trent Sewage Works and Subsidence of the Ground, (615)
  • Stoker, Chain Grate, Mechanical, E. Bennis and Co., Limited, 73
  • Stokes and Cayley University Lectureships in Mathematics, Professor L, Mond’s Gift to,
  • Strachey, Lieut.-General Sir R. Symons, Gold Medal Awarded to, (515)
  • Stringfellow, Mr. F. J., 213
  • Structural Materials, United States, Tests of, (11)
  • Subsidence of Land at a Farm near Barrow, (491)
  • Sulphate of Lime in Portland Cement, (386) '
  • Sulphur, Italian, Replaced by Norwegian Pyrites, (189)
  • Sun, Sir O. Lodge on the Shrinking of, (491)

Supplements;

  • Armour Plate Rolling Mill, Markisehe Masch- 18^1905 September
  • Battleship, N&w Hampshire, United States h irst-elass, The New York Shipbuilding Company, July 218t, 1905
  • Crystalline Structure of Iron, Professor J. 0 Arnold, August 18th, 1905
  • Cunard Liner, Construction of a Great, Swan
  • Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Limited’ December 8th, 1905
  • ^^905^ Boring Machines, November 26th, Engines, Triple-expansion Pumping, Budapest
  • Works, Mr. L. Lang, September 22nd, 1905 Locomotive, Express, with Marshall’s Valve Gear, November 3rd, 1905 Six-coupled Express, Glasgow and South - Western, Mr. James Manson, December 29th, 1905 bix-wheels Coupled, Passenger London and North-Western October bth, 1906
  • Tandem-compound, Paris Cein- ture Railway, July 7th, 1905 and Tender, Eight-coupled, Natal Government Railways, North British Locomotive Company September 15tb, 1905
  • Testing Plant at Swindon, Mr. G. J. Churchward, December 22nd, 1905
  • Propelling Machinery of H.M. Scout Adventure, Messrs. R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., August 11th, 1905
  • ^7905°^^^°^ Graving Dock, October 20th,

SUPPLMENTENT, NOVEMBER 24TH, 1905.— SPECIAL DRILLING AND BORING MACHINES

  • Archdale and Co., Limited, v.
  • Asquith, Limited, W., viii., ix.
  • Buckton and Co., Limited, ii.. iii,. iv
  • Butler and Co., J., vii., viii,
  • Campbells and Hunter, Limited, i., ii.
  • Carron Company, vii.
  • Darling and Sellers, vi., viii.
  • Hetherington and Sons, x.
  • Hulse and Co., Limited, iii.
  • Kendall and Gent, Limited, v. xii.
  • Lowmoor Company, Limited, xiii.,’xvi.
  • Noble and Lund, iii., iv.
  • Richards and Co., Limited, G., xiv.
  • Smith and Coventry, vii,, viii.
  • Stirk and Sons, J., xiii, ,xvi. Ward and Co., H, W^., xiv.
  • Webster and Bennett, xi. Wilkinson and Sons, G., xv.
  • See also for those omitted from this Supplement
  • SURVEYING Instruments, Some, 690, 611
  • Swedish Industry, A New, Manufacture of Dinas Bricks, (640)
  • Swedish Iron and Steel Industries in 1904 222
  • Syndicates in Germany, Industrial, 670 ’
  • TALC Industry to take the Place of China Clay, An American Company, (264)
  • Tantalum Alloys with Carbon and Steel, Meta Produced by Use of, (264)
  • Tantalum and the Tantalum Lamp, Dr, Werner von Bolton, 31
  • Tar Macadam Laid in Ottawa, Special, (442)
  • Tariff Commission, The, 487
  • Taxes in France, Indirect, (567)
  • Technical Education, 147
  • Employers and, 307
  • in Germany, The Pay of Professors, 365
  • Instruction in Russia, Inadequacy of Means Available for, (264) Technolexicon, German, (189)
  • Tees Railway Works Purchased by Smithers and Jeynes, (126)

Telegraphy;

  • Flash Sent Round the World Occupied Seven Seconds, (63)
  • Space, Applied to a Motor Car, (385)
  • Space, Experiments in, at Periguenx, (385)
  • Submarine Cables between Spain, the Canaries, and North Africa, (415)
  • Underground Wires between Glasgow and London, (491)
  • Wireless, Across the Tasman Sea, (189)
  • Berlin - Dresden Line, Working Periodicity Adopted, (416)
  • Experiments during President Roosevelt’s Cruise, (491)
  • Iceland and Continent, (87) Norddeich, New Station for. Area Covered, (415)
  • Pensacola, Fla., Mr. De Forest’s Report on, (264)
  • United States Navy, (113)

Telephony:

  • Depth of Water Ascertained by the Telephone, (2216)
  • Hongkong, Underground Wires, (541)
  • Limit of Speech by Sea Lines, 47 ; Nautical Miles, (618)
  • Limitations of the Telephone, 495
  • National Telephone Co.’s Systems in London, (213)
  • New York and San Francisco, Direct Communication, (11)
  • Paris System to be Entirely Modernised, (442)
  • Portable Telephones Sanctioned by German Telegraph Administration, (415)
  • Service in London, (231)

Tenders:

  • Ghent Harbour Works, (430)
  • Remarkable, (385)
  • TERSHANA, a Turkish Shipyard, 562
  • Tesserografo, Count Piscicelli’s, (288)
  • Testing Heavy Rolled Steel Girders, 96, 121
  • Textile Fabric called Zapupe, New, (385)
  • Textile Machinery Exported, 1905, 1904, 1903, (491)
  • Thames Conservancy Bill and Shipowners, 40
  • Thermit Process for Pipe Welding, (641)
  • Threshing Machines Imported into Argentina, (63)
  • Threshing Machines and Traction Engines, American, 457, 458, 486, 508, 509, 534, 660 Thunderstorms, 242
  • Tickets, Invention for Printing and Controlling the Issue of, (288)
  • Tilt Bucket Conveyor and Elevator, 20, 45
  • “Timber and Brams,” Mr. H. Adamson, 369 The Employment of, 369 Exports, Norway, (11) Export from Odessa, (189) Preserving, Mr. W. Powell’s Patent, (63)
  • Trade at Delagoa Bay, (163)
  • Tipton Mines Drainage, 344
  • Ton Mileage, 66
  • Tottenham Building Scheme Given Up, (63)
  • Tourist Trophy for Motor Cars, The, (622)

Trade;

  • American Methods, Some, 290
  • Board of Trade’s Letter, Electric Lighting Acts, 487, (494)
  • Board of Trade Returns, 494, 522
  • Canadian Customs Tariff Revision, 218 Catalogues, 242
  • Commercial Balance between Germany and Switzerland, (87)
  • Corea, (11)
  • Exports to Franco from Great Britain, (465)
  • Foreign, in Cutlery, (373)
  • German Imperial Court’s Decision respecting Foreign Goods bearing Trade Mark Protected in Germany, (140)
  • Imports and Exports, United Kingdom’s Participation in, (87)
  • Investments Abroad, Professor Arndt on, 494
  • Improvement, 266
  • Increase of British Shipping in the Foreign Trade, (239)
  • International, 289
  • Japan, (343) Liverpool, Foreign Going Out, (140)
  • Local Authorities (487). 494
  • Motor Car Industry,
  • Oil Trade, Loss on Russian Business, (504)
  • Opportunities in East Africa, 98
  • Preference, Inter-colonial, 364
  • Progressive Exports, 62
  • Shipping, (84)
  • Syndicates in Germany, 570
  • Tariff Commission, The, (487)
  • United States, Inter-State Commerce Commission, (16)
  • TRAFALGAR, 389
  • Training Naval Officers, A New Scheme of, 569, 572
  • Triangles, Right Angle, 269, 319
  • Tubes, Rapid Welding of, Indianapolis, (37)
  • Tunnels, Chicago, 32, 58, 93
  • Hudson River, 525
  • New Design for Armoured Concrete, 259 Simplon—see. Simplon Tunnel Submarine, in Construction, to Connect Manhattan Island with New Jersey, (361)
  • Thames, Proposed Footway, (33) Underground, in Chicago, Report on, (264)
  • Tunnelling of the Faucille, 571
  • Tyler, Mr. Louis, (280)

Turbines:

  • Air in Condensers, (536)
  • American-built, in United States, (37)
  • Atlantic, 212, 543
  • Atlantic Liners, 212, 543
  • Comparative Performances of Reciprocating Engines and, Mr. Wm. Gray on, 82, 147, 171
  • De Laval, 150 Horse-power Tested after IJ Years of Service, (63)
  • Gas, Prof. Burstall on, (427)
  • Low-pressure, Utilising Exhaust Steam at Atmospheric Pressure, High Efficiency of, (311)
  • Modern Economical Steam Engines and, 5, 27, 48, 78, 119
  • Planing Machine for Turbine Construction, G. Richards and Co., Limited, 352, 371
  • Steam, at the Greencroft Mill, Hyde, (239) 1000-Kilowatt, Willans and Rffiinson, 566
  • Professor W. H. Watkinson on, 369 Hon. Charles Parsons on, (567) Turbine Design, Professor Ripper on, (491)
  • Design, Mr. E. M. Speakman on, (436), 500, 551
  • Sets of 10,000 Horse-power, (415)
  • at Sea, The, 417
  • The Warren, 423
  • Westinghouse, Two 7500-Kilowatt Turbine I Type Generating Units, (37)
  • UNEMPLOYED, The, 468
  • United States, Immigration Increases, (415)
  • United States, Inter-State Commerce Commission, 16
  • University College, London, 316
  • - (Transfer Act, 1905), First Meeting, (189)
  • VALVE, Automatic Exhaust Relief, Anderson Patent, 396
  • Valve Gear, Marshall’s, (Supplement^ November M, 1905), 436
  • Valve, New Rotary, 292
  • Varnish, Acid-proof, (71)
  • Vehicles Passing from and to London along the Main Bath Road, (37)
  • Vehicles with Two and Four Wheels Taxed in France, (567)
  • Velocity of a Shot in Water, Experiments by German Physicists, (640)
  • Viaduct, Plauen, 408
  • Viaducts—see also Bridges
  • WAGES Calculating Machine, 548
  • Wagons, Five-ton Steam, Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Company, 270
  • Warehouse, Two-million Bushel Grain, 212
  • Waste Products for Motive Power, Experiments at Noisel, 615
  • Water Discharged through Nozzle of Pipe under Known Head, (189)
  • - Hardness of Certain, How to Remove it, (11)
  • - Level, M. Bartel on the Continual Lowering of, (515)
  • - Purification, New Orleans, Coagulants to be Used, (163)
  • - Softening, (11)

Water Supply;

  • Aberdeen, (288)
  • Baghdad, (442) Birmingham, (323), (552)
  • Bloomington, Ill., Concrete Reservoir, (515) Bolton, (541)
  • Carlisle, (288)
  • Clydebank and Dalmuir District, (491)
  • Consumption per Head in Fifty German Towns (216)
  • Coventry, (189), (515)
  • Crewe, (361)
  • Croydon, 100
  • Don Valley Waterworks, 388
  • Douglas, Isle of Man, (264)
  • Dunmow, (515)
  • Durban, (216)
  • Edinburgh, 214, 215
  • Egypt, (37), (490)
  • Filtration Plants in, 490
  • Hard Water and Boilers, (374)
  • Harrogate, (442)
  • Lemester, Serious State of Affairs, (361), (442),
  • Lincolnshire, South, (541)
  • Liverpool, (394)
  • Los Angeles, Cal., 79
  • Metropolitan, May, (37); June, (140); July (284); August, (385); Septem! her, (465) ; October, (618)
  • Water Board, Expenditure on New Works, (140)
  • Water Board, New Constructions Projected, (163), 491 Hydraulic Pressure Apparatus Sanctioned, (515)
  • Montreal Waterworks High-lift Turbine Pump (640)
  • - New York, (264)
  • Paris, Dearth of, (122)
  • Persia, Ahwaz, Barrage and Irrigation Scheme (11)
  • Portsmouth, (618)
  • Potteries Waterworks, Bursting of Tank, (163)
  • Rosario Waterworks, Pumping Engines, 156
  • Scotland, East Stirlingshire, 371
  • Sheffield, Langsett Reservoir, (149), (163)
  • Shrewsbury, (22), (37)
  • Swansea, Cray Reservoir, Dam Faced with Blue Bricks, (140)
  • Talla Waterworks, 214, 215, (270)
  • Tees Water Valley Board, Improvement of Grassholme Reservoir, (63)
  • Tees-side Towns, (311)
  • Thames, Water Abstracted from, in July, 1905 (374)
  • Tynemouth, (239)
  • United States, Toledo, Ohio, Mechanical Filtration Plant for, (361)
  • Western Pacific Railway Construction Camps (541)
  • WIGTON, (465)
  • Wolverhampton, (604), (638)
  • Watertight Doors, Testing, 319
  • Water Used for Naming a Ship, (216)
  • Weather Forecasts, Mr. F. E. Cooke’s Commendable System of, (311)
  • Weights of 20 lb., 10 lb., and 5 lb., as Aliquote Parts of the Cental, Board of Trade asked to Authorise, (87)
  • Welding by Means of the Oxy-acetylene Blow-pipe, (525)
  • Welding, Pipe, Thermit Process for, (541)
  • Wells, Breathing or Blowing, in'the United States, (361)
  • Wharf, Concrete, Tampico, Mexico, 423
  • Wharf at Dundee, New Ferro-concrete, 92
  • Wheels, Maple, (415)
  • Wheel, New Sprlng,l(185)
  • Whitehead, Mr. Robert (with Portrait), 495, 520
  • Winding Plant, South African, 281
  • Winding Ropes in Mines, Accidental Breakage of, 223
  • Wire-drawing, (385)
  • Wood, Protection of, against White Ants,'369
  • Wood-working Machinery, John Pickles and Son, 603
  • Wool Sorting, 178
  • Wool Washing, 277, 302, 327
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act; Knill and Co., Messrs. John, and Dock Labourer Williams, (63)
  • - Number Dealt with in 1904, (361)
  • “YAR Bing,” (71)
  • Yarn Tester, 170
  • Yarrow Works, Transfer of the, (504)
  • ZAPUPE, New Textile Fabric, (385)

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