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The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.

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List of Names

  • “ADRIATIC" Compound Locomotive, State Railways of Italy (Supplement October 1906), 311, 312, 322, (404)
  • Adriatic Compound Locomotive, Balanced Regulator Valve, A. Campbell, 404
  • Allis-Chalmers Company’s Works, Milwaukee, 405
  • America, Western Electric Company’s Works, 645. 646, 647, 656
  • American Irrigation Projects, 150
  • Amsler-Laffan Locomotive Tachograph, 29
  • Anderson’s Slide Rule, 10
  • Armley, Vertical Boilers at, Messrs. John Cochrane, 278
  • Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 8, 9, 12
  • Armstrong, Whitworth’s 18in. High-speed Lathe, 301
  • Asquith, Mr. William, Electrically-driven Radial Drilling Machine, 429
  • Austria and her Industries, 224, 225
  • Austrian State Railways, Compound Locomotive, Wiener Lokomotiv Pabriks, 543
  • Aveling and Porter, Limited, Light Steam Tractor, 583
  • Avonside Engine Company, Six-coupled Saddle- Tank Locomotive, 635
  • BALTIC-Black Sea Canal, Map, 317
  • “ Bamag " Drill Head, Mr. O. N. Beck, 561
  • Bargoed Colliery, Water-softening Plant at, The Kennicott Water-softening Company, 201
  • Barrow Bridge, 273
  • Bavarian Rail Motor Coach, 380
  • Bavarian State Railways, Four-cylinder Compound Express Locomotive, J. A. Maffri, 94
  • Bechen and Keetman 140-Ton Floating Crane. 291, 292, 327, 330
  • Belgian Express Locomotive, Four-cylinder, La Meuse Type, No. 3302 {Supplement, September lih], 235, 236
  • Belvidere, Concrete Arch Bridge, 442, 443
  • Berry and Sons, Fish-plate Punching Machine, 204
  • Birmingham, New Electricity Works for, 369, 370, 372
  • Blackwall Tunnel, 491, 492
  • Brazil, Shallow-draught Steamer, Edwards and Co., 152
  • Bridges Adams’ Steam Coach, 1849, 417
  • British Calculator, The, Messrs. Dickinson and Shields, 180
  • British Fire Appliances, 83, 84, 85, 111, 112, 137, 162, 163, 188, 216, 217, 244, 245, 275, 276, 277
  • Brooke’s Motor Search Light, 429
  • Burrell and Sons, Limited, Chas., Light Traction Engine, 154
  • CALEDONIAN Railway, Six-coupled Goods Engine, Mr. J. F. McIntosh, 508
  • Caledonian Railway, Six-coupled Bogie Passenger Engine, Mr. J. P. McIntosh, 651
  • Canadian Pacific Railway, Motor Carriage for the, 347
  • Canadian Twin-screw Steamer Cassandra, Scott Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Limited, 249
  • Carlisle’s Water Supply from Geltsdale, 192, 193
  • Channel Tunnel, Map of Proposed, 465, 466 Chelmsford Steam Omnibus, 558,659, 560
  • Chicago Drainage Canal, Power Plant on the, 58, 59
  • Chinese Railways, Maps of, 141
  • Clarkson, Mr. Ihos., Steam as a Motive Power for Public Service Vehicles, 534
  • Clayton Fire-extinguishing Apparatus for Ships, 246
  • Clovelly, Proposed Breakwaters at, 584
  • Collins, Mr. F. H., Mariner’s Compass Card, 640
  • Cork, Railway Connections in (Map), 556
  • Courribres Collieries Disaster, 470, 471
  • Cranleigh, Reinforced Concrete Reservoir, 151
  • Crosfield and Sons, Limited, Joseph, Oil Axle- box, 218
  • Crossley, Mr. Wm., Inch-Dwt. Calculator, 561
  • Cunard Express Turbine Steamer Mauretania {Supple^nientSy September 21.si, 1906), 288, 289, 290. 293, 296, 346,345
  • Cunliffe and Croom, Limited, Gear - cutting Machine, 521
  • DARLING Calorimeter, 337, 338
  • Davies Patent Boiler Company, Limited, Watertube Boiler, 20
  • Deasy Car, 24 Horse-power, 480, 481
  • Deutschland, The Injured Liner, 180
  • Diesel Two-cycle Marine Engine, 381
  • Dubose Bevel Gear-cutting Machine, 520, 521
  • EDWARDS, Brevet-Major W. E., Armour and its Attack, 252, 253
  • Electrical Company, Limited, Electric Annealing and Hardening Furnace, 511
  • Ellis, Mr. John Devonshire, 499
  • Ellis Portable Steam Crane, Royal Agricultural Show, 17
  • Esson, Mr. W. B., Recent Practice in Electric Transmission of Power, 595
  • FAIRBAIRN, Macpherson Locomotive Frame Plate 120,125
  • Fawcett, Preston and Co, Effect Distilling Apparatus, 99
  • Ferranti, Limited, The Works of, 168, 169, 172
  • Fishguard, New Harbour Works at, 209, 210, 220, 241
  • Fleetwood, Bucket Dredger, Ferguson Brothers, 561
  • Follows and Bate, Limited, Paint Mixing and Grinding Plant, 455
  • Forbes Patent Rul and Grip Nut Syndicate, Limited, Device to Prevent Creeping in Rails. 178
  • Fowler’s Compound 5-Ton Tractor, 599
  • Fowler, Mr. H., Lighting of Railway Premises, Indoor and Outdoor, 663
  • French Battleship R6publique, 317, 528
  • - Destroyer Claymore, 347
  • - Mail and Passenger Steamers, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Limited, 532
  • - Submarines and Submersibles, 626, 627
  • - Torpedo Boats, Latest Type of, 250
  • HADFIELD’S Steel Foundry Company, Limited, Copper Ore Crushing Machine, 510
  • Halden, G. M., Setting Out of Tube Railways, 415, 439, 440, 468, 469, 472, 476, 517, 518
  • Haman Locomotive Tachograph, 29, 30, 31
  • Hannoversch-Muenden, Transfer Station at, 638
  • Hardy and Padmore, Limited, Sand-washing Machine, 129
  • Hasler Locomotive Tachograph, 29, 30, 31
  • Hawthorn, Davey and Co., Limited, Portable Petrol Pump, 6U6
  • Hau’shaelter Locomotive Tachograph, 30, 31
  • Herbert, Limited, E. G., File-testing Machine, 320
  • Herbert, Limited, Alfred, Valve-grinding Machine, 379
  • H. M. First-class Battleship Dreadnought (Svpple- 'tnenti August 3)’cZ, 1906), 342, 343
  • H.M.S. Montagu, Salvage Operations, 85, 86, 87, 88, 97. 141
  • Hiorth Electric Smelting Furnace, The, 347
  • Hodgeon, Mr., Wire-drawing Machine, 362
  • Hollinwood, Electrical Mannfacturing Works, Ferranti, Limited, 168, 169, 172
  • Hong-Kong, Pumping Plant for, W. B. Allen and Co., Limited, 376, 377
  • Horsnaill, W. O., Design of Cams, 56, 57
  • Hall, Improvements at the Port of, 396
  • INDIA, Dredging Plant for, 35, 38
  • - Twin-screw Perry Steamers for, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 636
  • - North-Western Railway, Steam Motor Coach, The Vulcan Foundry Company, Limited, 64
  • Ireland, Opening of New Route to, Fishguard and Rosslare, 209, 210, 220, 2-59, 240, 241
  • Ireland, Rail Motor Coach for, 427
  • Italian Industries, Dyeing and Printing Works, 364, 365, 366
  • - Flax and Hemp Factory at Fara D’Adda, 265
  • - Paper Mill at Fibreno, 420, 421
  • - Rope Factory at Cassano D’Adda, 267
  • - Spinning Mill at Conegliano, 3; Fnrter and Co.’s Spinning Mill, 4
  • - Sugar Factories, 493, 494, 502
  • - Wool Weaving Mill at Schio, 91
  • Italian State Railways, Compound Locomotive, Soci^th ktaliana, Ernesto Breda (Siipplen.eit, October 1906)
  • JAPANESE Battleship Kashima, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited (Supplement, July ^th, 1906)
  • KERSHAW, J. B. C., Fuel Analysis for Steam Users, 315, 337
  • Khedive’s Steam Yacht Mahroussa, 498
  • King Edward Bridge, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 46
  • Kitson Lamp, The, 663
  • Klose Locomotive Tachograph, 30, 31
  • Korting Brothers, Messrs., Petroleum Engines for Submarines, 116,117
  • LAKE Vyrnwy, Electric Launch for, 610
  • Lancashire, Some New Cotton Mills in, 652
  • Lea, Mr. Jas., Graphic Water Recorder, 612
  • Lewis-Thompson Calorimeter, 337
  • L’.hge, The Bridge of Commerce, 55
  • London and North-Western Railway, Bogie Tank Engine, Mr. G. Whale, 402
  • London and South-Western,Channel s.s. Princess Ena, Gourlay Bros, and Co. (Sitpple- 'nient, December 1th, 1906). 568
  • London and South-Western Engine No. 421, 355 and South-Western Railway, Four-coupled Express Locomotive, D. Drummond, 18
  • Lundy Island, Suggested Refuge at, 583
  • MALLET, M. A., 259
  • Mann’s Patent Steam Cart and Wagon Company, Limited, Two-ton Steam Wagon, Royal Agricultural Show, 16
  • Maximus Brake, The, 484
  • Merran Rock, Proposed Breakwaters at, and Towan Head and Listrey Rock, 613
  • Merryweather’s Fire-boats, 275, 276, 277
  • Merryweather’s Fire Engines, 111, 112, 138, 162, 163
  • Middleton and Co., Limited, Thos., Universal Moulding Machine, 662
  • Midland Railway Company’s Special Dock, Royal Agricultural Show, 17
  • Milan Exhibition, Continental Locomotives at, Anatolian, Austrian, French, 570, 571, 572
  • Muller’s Anemometer, 154
  • Musker, Limited, C. and A., 300-Ton Wheel and Axle Press, 403
  • NATAL, H.M.’s Armoured Cruiser, and the Engines (Svppiementf A-vgn.^t2iih, 1906), 196
  • Newcastle, New Goods Station at, 411, 412, 413
  • Newport Transporter Bridge, 263, 264, 265, 270
  • New York, Newhaven and Hartford Railway, Electric Locomotives, 214, 215
  • Niagara, Long Transmission Line from, 200
  • Nicolson, Professor J. T., and Mr. D. Smith, Machine Tool Design, 110, 185, 466, 522, 511, 567. 591, 692
  • Niles, Bement and Pond Company, Driving Wheel Lathe, 661
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne, King Edward Bridge, 46
  • Newcastle-on-Tyne, Signalling at, 574, 575
  • North-Eastern Railway, Four-cylinder Compound Locomotive, Mr. Wilson Worsdell {Supplf’rticnl, July2^n>. 1906)
  • Northern Pacific Railway Locomotive, Prairie Type [Svpplemfnty Noveml^e.r 1906), 446 447
  • OLYMPIA, Engineering Exhibition at, 319
  • - Motor Car Exhibition, 524, 547, 548, 649, 550
  • - Motor Car Exhibition, White Steam Car, Napier Six-cylinder Engine, Napier Gear Case, Napier Road Equaliser, Pawl and Ratchet on Brake Drum, 524; Pilgrim Engine, Vauxhall Chassis, 525 ; Chassis cf Six-cylinder Brooke Car, Crank Chamber of Vauxhall Engine, Thornycroft Six-cylinder Engine, Duplex Two-cycle Engine, 526
  • Ouseburn Culvert, 450
  • PARSONS Motor Company, Limited, Paraffin Marine Engine, 507
  • Perkins Boiler, 573
  • Perkins Engine, 602
  • Pooley and Son, Limited, Large Single Weighing Machine, 586
  • Port Quin, Proposed Harbour at, 613
  • Purdue University, Testing Plant for Automobiles, 430
  • Purfleet, Transporter Cranes at, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, 70,71
  • RANSOME and Co., Limited, A, General Wheelwright Machine, 227
  • Reed, Sir Edward, 582
  • Reinhardt, Mr. K., Large Gas Engines in Germany, 155,170
  • Riches, Mr. T. H., and Mr. S. B. Haslam, Motor Coaches for Railways, 424, 432, 433, 456, 457, 458
  • Roberts, Mr. D. E., Development of Blast-furnace Blowing Engines, 202
  • Robey and Co., Limited, Steam Wagon, Royal Agricultural Show, 16
  • Robey and Co., Limited, 500 Horse-power Compound Condensing Under-type Engine, 304
  • Rose en Soleil, Racing Steam Launch, Simpson, Strickland and Co., 42, 43, 44
  • Royal Mail s.s. Araguaya, 623
  • Ruston, Proctor’s 12 Horse-power Gas Engine, 599
  • Ruston Roller Leaving Wagon, Royal Agricultural Show, ] 7
  • SALISBURY Railway Accident, The, 354
  • Sandpiper, Suction and Discharging Dredger, William Simons and Co., 653
  • Schmassman, Locomotive Speed Recorder, 29
  • Shaw Measuring Machine, The, 73
  • Sherwood Colliery, Winding Engine at, Fraser and Chalmers, Limited, 600
  • Siemens and Halske’s New Works near Berlin, 624
  • Simons and Co,, Limited, Dredging Plant for India, 35, 33
  • Smethurst, Mr. E., Combined Double Rudder and Steering Gear, 428
  • Smith, Mr. James Alex., Air in Relation to the Surface Condensation of Low-pressure Steam Condensing Apparatus, 75
  • SocMtii Anonima Dubose, Bevel-gear Shaping Machine, 520, 521
  • Steamship Chatham, Blowing up of the, 74
  • Straker and Squire, Limited, Sydney, 26 Horsepower Petrol Car, 394
  • Sulzer Brothers, 1200 Horse-power Steam Turbine, 393
  • Supplement, Gear-cutting Machines, November 23rd, 1906, i.-xvi.
  • Sykes, Limited, Henry, Portable Pumping Engine, 48
  • TANGYE’S Gas Producer, Royal Agricultural Show, 17
  • Tangye, Sir Richard, 395
  • Tannett Walker and Co., Limited, Hydraulic Jib Cranes, 102
  • Taylor, Mr. J. W., Instrument for Adding Fractions, 455
  • Thames Embankment Tramways, Laying the, 382
  • Thomas, Mr. R. B., on the Manufacture of Tinplates, 228, 229
  • Thomyoroft and Co., Messrs, J. I., Petrol Motor Launch,74
  • UNITED STATES, 4-7m. Siege Gun and Carriage, 649
  • United »States Reclamation Service, Flume for Irrigation Canal, 2
  • VANGUARD Equilibrium Valves, W. H. Bailey and Co., Limited, 485
  • Vauxhall and West Hydraulic Engineering Company, Limited, 500-Ton Flanging Press, 21
  • Velsen, New Swing Bridge at, Soc. Anonyme John Cockerill, 390, 391, 398
  • Viena, Paddle Steamer, South American Service, A. and J. Inglis, 556
  • Vieo Flexible Wheel, The, 218
  • Viking, Screw Tug, Philip and Sons, Limited, 586
  • WALLACE Alcohol Calorimeter, 619
  • Walschaerts’ Valve Gear, Development of, 621, 630 .
  • Wangen, Power Station at. 544, 545, 546, 552
  • Wernenwerk, Siemens and Halske’s New Works. 624
  • White, Mr. A. F., Spark and Combustion Indicator, 47
  • White Star Liner Adriatic, Launch of, 328
  • Williams, Mr. W., Vertical Testing Machine, 139
  • Wilson and Co., Limited, John H., Electric Winding Engine, 176
  • Winn and Co., Messrs. Charles, Vertical Tapping Machine, 430
  • Wood, Mr. Marshall, Thief-guard Lock, 279
  • Worth Valley Tool Works. Keighley, Messrs. Dean, Smith and Grace, 62, 63, 66
  • YARROW and Co., Messrs., Petrol Motor Torpedo Boat, 226
  • ZOELLY Steam Turbine, 700 Horse-power, United Nurnberg-Augsburg Engineering Company {Suppleineivti October 1906)
  • Zogno, Hydro-electric Power Plant, 142, 143, 146
  • Zichocke Scrubber, 101

Subject List

  • ACCIDENT, The Grantham, 323, 326, 607, 631
  • Adding Machine, An, Messrs. Dickinson and Shields, 180
  • Alcohol Calorimeter, The Wallace, 619
  • Anemometer, M. Muller’s, 154
  • Armour and its Attack, Brevet-Mai^r W E Edwards, 252, 253
  • Axle-box, Oil, J. Crosfield and Sons, Limited, 218
  • BOILER, Perkin’s, 573
  • - Water-tube, Davies Patent Boiler Company, Limited, 20
  • - Vertical, at Armley, Messrs. John Cochrane, 278
  • Brake, Tne Maximus, 484
  • Breakwater at Clovelly, Proposed (Map), 584
  • Bridge of Commerce, Lihge, 55
  • - Concrete Arch, at Belvidere, 442, 443
  • - Newcastle-on-Tyne, King Edward, 46
  • - Newport Transporter, 263. 264, 265, 270
  • - New Swing, at Velsen, 390, 391, 398
  • CALCULATING Machine, Grimme, Natalis and Co., Limited, 47
  • Calculator, The Gauss, 304
  • Calculator, Inch-Dwt., Mr. Wm. Crossley, 561
  • Calorimeters, Lewis-Thompson; Darling; Mahler-Donkin, 337. 338, 361
  • Calorimeter, The Wallace Alcohol, 619
  • Cams, Design of, W. 0. Horsnaill, 56, 57
  • Canal, Chicago Drainage, Power Plant on, 58, 59
  • Coalhandling Plant, Greenwich Power Station, The New Conveyor Company, Limited, 177
  • College, Newcastle-on-Tyne,-Armstrong, 8, 9, 12
  • Collieries Disaster, Courri^res, 470, 471
  • Condensing Apparatus, Mr. Jas. A. Smith on Air in Relation to Surface Condensation of Low- pressure Steam, 75
  • Cotton Mills in Lancashire, Some New, 6,52
  • Crane, The Ellis Portable Steam, Royal Agricultural Show, 17
  • - 140-Ton Floating, Bechen and Keetman, 291, 292, 327, 330
  • - Hydraulic Jib, Tannett Walker and Co., Limited, 102
  • - Transporter, at Purtleet, Sir W. G, Armstrong, Whitworth and Co,, Limited, 70,71
  • Crushing Machine, Copper Ore, Hadfield Steel Foundry Company, Limited, 510
  • Culvert, Ouseburn, 450
  • DISTILLING Apparatus, Sextuple Effect, Fawcett, Preston and Co., Limited, 99
  • Dock, Midland Railway Company’s Special, Royal Agricultural Show, 17
  • Dredging Plant for India, 35, 38
  • Drill Head, Multiple, Mr. 0. N. Beck, 561
  • Drilling Machine, Electrically-driven Radial, Mr. Wm. Asquith, 429
  • Dyeing and Printing Fabrics, Italian Works for, 364, 365, 366
  • ELECTRIC Arc Lamp, Submarine, 430
  • - Company’s Works, The Western (America), 645, 646, 647, 656
  • - Smelting Furnace, The Hiorth, 347
  • - Transmission of Power, Recent Practice in, Mr. W. B. Esson on, 595
  • - Winding Engine, John H. Wilson and Co , Limited, 176
  • Electrical Factory, A German, 624
  • Electrical Manufacturing Works, Ferranti Limited, at Hollinwood, 168. 169, 172
  • Electricity Works for Birmingham, New, 369, 370, 372
  • Engine, Diesel Two-cycle Marine, 381
  • - Electric Winding. John H. Wilson and Co., Limited, 176
  • - Gas (12 Horse-power), Ruston, Proctor’s, 599
  • - Large Undertype, Robey and Co., Limited, 304
  • - Light Traction, Chas. Burrell and Sons. Limited, 154
  • - Paraffin Marine, Parsons’ Motor Company, Limited, 507
  • - Perkins’, 602
  • - Portable Pumping, Henry Sykes, Limited, 48
  • - Winding, at Sherwood Colliery, Fraser and Chalmers, Limited, 600
  • - Development of Blast-furnace Blowing, Mr. D. E. Roberts, 202
  • - Gas, in Germany, 155, 170
  • - for Submarines, Petroleum, Messrs. Korting Brothers, 116, 117
  • Engineering Exhibition at Olympia, 319
  • GAS Producer, Tangye’s, Royal Agricultural Show, 17
  • Gear-cutting Machine, Cunliffe and Croom, Limited, 521
  • Greenwood and Batley, Limited, 576, 578
  • - Bevel, The Dubose, 521 (Supplement, Novemlter 23rrZ, 1906), i.-xvi.
  • Gear-ahapintr Machine, Bevel, Soci^tii Anonima Dubose, 520
  • Gun Carriage, 4-7in., United States, 649
  • HARBOUR Works at Fishguard, New, 209, 210, 220 ; Rosslare, 240, 241
  • Harbours of Refuge, Proposed (Maps), 583, 584, 612, 613
  • Hydro, Eiectric-power Plant at Zogno, 142, 143, 146
  • INDUSTRIES, Austria and her, 224, 525
  • Industries, Italian, 4, 91, 263, 364, 420, 493, 502
  • Irrigation Projects, American, 150
  • LAMP, The Kitson, 663
  • Lathe, Driving Wheel, Niles Bement and Pond Company, 661
  • Lathe, 18in., High-speed, Armstrong, Whitworth, 301
  • Lighting Railway Premises, Indoor and Outdoor, Mr. H. Fowler, 663
  • Lock, Thief-guard, Mr. M. Wood, 279
  • Locomotive, Adriatic Compound, State Railways of Italy (Supplemeniy October 5f//, 1906), 311, 312, 322, (404)
  • - Bogie Tank, London and North- Western Railway, Mr. G. Whale, 402
  • - Compound, Austrian State Railways, Wiener Lokomotiv Fabriks, 543
  • - Continental, at Milan Exhibition, Anatolian, Austrian, and French, 570, 571, 672
  • - Electric, New York, Newbaven, and Hartford Railway, 214, 215
  • - Four-coupled Express, London and South-Western Railway, D. Drummond, 18
  • - Four-cylinder Compound, North- Eastern Railway, Mr. Wilson Worsdell (Supplement, July 1906)
  • - Four-cylinder Compound Express, Bavarian State Railways, J, A. Maffei, 94
  • - Four-cylinder Express, Belgian, La Meuse Type (Supplement^ September Ith, 1906), 235, 236
  • - Four-cylinder Express, Great Western Railway, Mr. Geo. Churchward, 178
  • - No. 421, London and South-Western, 355
  • - Prairie Type, Northern Paci6c Railway (Supplement, November' 2nd, 1906), 446, 447
  • - Six-coupled Bogie Passenger, Caledonian Railway, Mr. J. F. McIntosh, 651
  • - Six-coupled Goods, Caledonian Railway, Mr. J. F. McIntosh, 508
  • - Six-coupled Saddle-tank, Avonside Engine Company, 635
  • - Development on the Great Northern, 187
  • - Frame Plate Slotting Machine, Fairbairn, Macpherson and Co., Limited, 120, 125
  • - Speed Recorders, 29, 30, 31
  • MACHINE Tool Construction. Professor J. T, Nicolson and Mr. D. Smith, 110, 185, 466, 522, 541, 567, 591, 592
  • Map, Baltic, Black Sea Canal, 317; Blackwall Tunnel, 491
  • - of Chinese Railways, 141
  • - of Proposed Channel Tunnel, 465, 466
  • - of Proposed Harbours of Refuge, 583, 584, 613
  • - Railway Connections in Cork, 556
  • Mariner’s Compass Cards, Mr. F. H. Collins, 640
  • Measuring Machine, The Shaw, 73
  • Motor Car Exhibition, 0lympia, 524, 525, 526, 547, 548, 549, 550
  • - Petrol, Sydney Straker and Squire, Limited, 394
  • - A New Petrol, Deasy Motor Manufacturing Company, Limited, 480, 481
  • - Carriage for the Canadian Pacific Railway, 347
  • - Coach, Steam, North-Western Railway, India, th* Vulcan Found'-y Company, Limited, 64
  • - Coaches for Railways, 456, 457, 458
  • - Omnibus, Steam, The Chelmfsford, 558, 559, 560
  • - Search Light, Brookes’, 429
  • Moulding Machine. Universal, Thomas Middleton and Co., Limited, 662
  • PAINT Mixing and Grinding Plant, Follows and Bate, Limited, 455
  • Paper Mill at Fibreno, Italian Industries, 420,421
  • Port of Hull, Improvements at, 396
  • Portrait, Mr. John Devonshire Ellis, 499
  • - M. A. Mallet, 259
  • - Sir Edw. Reed, 682
  • - Sir Richard Tangye, 395
  • Power Plant on the Chicago Drainage Canal, 58,59 Power Station, Wangen, 544, 545, 546, 552 Pump, Portable Petrol, Hathorn, Davey and Co., Limited, 506
  • Pumping Engine, Portable, Henry Sykes, Limited, 48
  • Pumping Plant for Hong Kong, W. H. Allen and Co., Limited, 376, 377
  • RAIL Motor Coach, Bavarian, 380
  • - Motor Coach for Ireland, 427
  • - Device to Prevent Creeping in, Forbes Patent Rail and Grip Nut Syndicate, Limited, 178
  • Railway Accident, The Salisbury, 354
  • - Goods Station, Newcastle, 411, 412, 413
  • - Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton, 597, 604
  • - Motor Car Traffic, Mr. T, H. Riches and Mr. S. B. Haslam, 424, 432, 433, 456, 457, 458
  • Refuge at Lundy Island, Suggested (Map), 583
  • Reservoir, Reinforced Concrete, Cranleigh, 151
  • Rope Factory at Cas«auo D’Adda, 267
  • Route to Ireland, The New, 209, 210, 220, 239, 240, 241
  • Rudder, Double, Mr. E. Smethurst, 428
  • SAND-WASHING Machine, Hardy and Padmore, Limited, 129
  • Scrubber, Z:chocke, 101

Ships:— Battleships, British :

  • Dreadnoucht {Supplement^ Avgust 1906), 342, 343
  • Montagu, Salvage Operation’, 85, 86 87, 88, 97, 144
  • Battleship.s, Foreign:— French Republique, 317, 528
  • Japanese Kashima (Supplement, Juh/^th, 1906)

Ships: Cruisers, British ;—

  • Natal (Supplement, Avgust 1906), 196

Ships: Destroyers, Foreign:

  • — French Claymore, 347

Submarines, Foreign : —

  • French, 626. 627
  • Torpedo Boats, Foreign :—
  • French, 250

Ships: Mercantile, Passenger and Various, British:—

  • Bucket Dredger Fleetwood, 561
  • Canadian Twin-screw Steamer Cassandra, 249
  • Channel s.s. Princess Ena, 568
  • Cunarder Express Turbine s.s. Mauretania (Supplement, Septembei'TAst, 1906), 288, 289, 290, 293, 296. 345, 316
  • Dredgers, Fleetwood, 561 ; Sandpiper, 653
  • Electric Launch for Lake Vyrnwy, 510
  • Ferry Steamers for India, Twin-screw, 63J
  • Petrol Motor Launch, 74
  • Racing Steam Launch Rose en Soleil, 42, 43, 44
  • Royal Mail s.s. Araguaya, 623
  • S.S. Chatham, Blowing up of. 74
  • White Star Liner Adriatic, 328

Ships: Mercantile, Passenger and Various, Foreign :—

  • Brazil, Shallow-draught Steamer, 152
  • Egypt, Steam Yacht Mahroussa, 498
  • French Mail and Passenger Steamships, 532
  • German Liner Deutschland, 180
  • South American Paddle Steamer Viena, 556
  • South American Screw Tug Viking, 586
  • SIGNALLING at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 574, 675
  • Slide Rule, Anderson’s, 10
  • Spark and Combustion Indicator, Mr. A. F. White, 47
  • Speed Recorders, Locomotive. 29, 30, 31
  • Spinning Mill at Conegliano, 3
  • Spinning Mill, Furter and Co.’s, 4
  • Steam Coach, Bridges Adams, 1849. 417
  • - as a Motive P jwer for Public Service Vehicles, Mr. Thos. Clarkson, 534
  • - Tractor, Light, Aveling and Porter, Limited, 583]
  • Sugar Factories, Italian Industries, 493, 494, 502
  • Superheater, New, Jas. Gordon and Co., 92
  • TACHOGRAPH, Locomotive, 29, 30. 31
  • Tapping Machine, Vortical, Messrs. Chas. Winn and Co., 430
  • Testing Machine, Vertical, 139
  • Testing Plant for Automobiles, Purdue University, 430
  • Tin-nlatftfl, Manufacture of, Mr. R B. ThomaF, 223 229
  • Tool Works, Keighley, The - Worth Valley, Messrs. Dean, Smith, and Grace, 62, 63, 66
  • Torpedo Boat 8, 126; Raising the German, 443
  • Torpedo Boat, Petrol Motor, Messrs Yarrow and Co., 226
  • Tractor, Fowler’s Compound 5-Ton, 599
  • Tramways, Thames Embankment, 382
  • Transfer Station at Hannoversch-Muenden, 638
  • Transmission Line from Niagara, Long, 200
  • Tube Railways, Setting Out of, Mr. G. M. Halden 415, 439, 440, 468, 469. 472, 476, 517, 518
  • Tube Railways, Setting Oat of, G. M. Halden, 517, 518
  • Tunnel, Blackwall, 491, 492
  • Tunnel, Channel, Map of Proposed, 465, 466
  • Turbine, 700 Horse-power Steam, The Zoelly, United Numberg-Augsburg Engineering Company, Nurnberg Exhibition (Supplement^ October l^tK, 1906)
  • Turbine, 1200 Horse power Steam, Sulzjr B s. Nurnberg Exhibition, 393
  • VACUUM Brake Ejector, Gresham and Craven, Limited, 533
  • Valve, Balanced Regulator, Adriatic Compound Locomotive, A. Campbell, 404
  • - Gear, Walschaerts’, 621, 631
  • - Grinding Machine, Alf. Herbert, Limited, 379
  • “ Vanguard ” Equilibrium, W. H. Bailey and Co., Limited, 485
  • WAGON, Steam, Mann’s Patent Steam Cart and Wagon Company, Limited, Royal Agricultural Show, 16
  • - Ruston Roller Leaving, Royal Agricultural Show, 17
  • - Steam, Robey and Co., Limited, Royal Agricultural Show, 16
  • Water Recorder, Graphic, Mr. James Lea, 612
  • - Softening Plant at Bargoed Colliery, 201 Supply from Geltsdale, Carlisle’s, 192, 193
  • Weaving Mill, Wool, atSchio, Italian Industries, 91
  • Weighing Machine, Large Single, Pooley and Son, Limited, £86
  • Wheel and Axle Press, 300-Ton, C. and A. Musker, Limited, 403
  • Wheel, The Vieo Flexible, 218
  • Wheelwright Machine, General, A. Ransome and Co., Limited, 227
  • Wire-drawing Machine, Mr. Hodgson, 352
  • Works, Allis-Chalmers Company’s, Milwaukee, 405

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