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The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
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  • ABATTOIR, Public, for Hull, (397)

Accidents, Explosions, Fires:

  • Albion Explosion, (564)
  • Boiler Explosion, Cradley Heath, 529
  • Coal Mine in Belgium, Fall of Cage in, (145)
  • Coal Mining, India holds a Favourable Position, (195)
  • Colliery Explosion, Wattstown, Compensation given by the Owners to the Widows, (603)
  • Colliery Fatality at the Albion, Wales, (514)
  • Concrete Hotel, California, Collapse of Reinforced, (677)
  • Cotton Machinery Accidents, 481
  • Courrieres Disaster, Jas. Ashworth on the, 470
  • Earthquake, The Recent, 19
  • Electrical Accident at Hamilton, (655)
  • Elevator Slides from its Foundation. A Gigantic, (348)
  • Fire in Dunsmuir and Jackson’s Works, Govan, Glasgow, (501)
  • Fire Losses in the United States, F, W. Fitzpatrick on, 659
  • Mines and Quarries, 1905, Fatal Accidents in and about, (397)
  • Motor Car and Cycle, and Omnibus, (37), 68
  • Railway and Tramway—see Railway and Tramway News
  • Thunderstorm, Middlesbrough, (145)
  • Wingate Grange Colliery, (397)

AIR, Absorption Power of, in Higher Temperature, (501)

Abrasive Material in the United States, Production of, (65)

Adding Machine, Messrs. Dickinson and Shields, 180

Adirondack Region, Its Possibilities in the Way of Power Supply from Water, (449)

Aerial Ropeway in Argentina, 654

Aeroplane with 50 H.P. Motor, M. Santos Dumont’s Trial with an, (243)

Aeroplane, Santos Dumont’s, (219); Motor Used, (449)

AEther Rights, 324

Agricultural Implements,

  • - American Exports of, (296)
  • - Implements for Russia, 498
  • - Machinery Market in Italy, The, 128
  • - Machinery in Russia. Russian, German and Austro-Hungarian Compete with British, (93), (108)

Air in Relation to the Surface-condensation of Low-pressure Steam, Mr. James A. Smith, 76, 96, 103

  • - Required by Miners Working Underground, (551)
  • - Resistance of Electric Cars, Testing the, (336)

Airship, Dr. A. G. Bell, (195) Airships—see also Balloons

Alcohol Calorimeter, The Wallace, 619

  • - for Commercial Purposes in the United States, 624
  • - in Cuba, Price of, (219)
  • - Denatured, Free of Tax, United States Regulations regarding, (527)
  • - as a Fuel, Drawback to the Use of, (37)
  • - as a Fuel in Small Gas Engines, Investigation into its Possibilities, (171)
  • - Method of Producing, (65)
  • - from Sawdust, Professor A. Classen’s Process, (65)

Allis-Chalmers’ Company’s Works, Milwaukee, 405

Almanacs and Diaries for 1907:

  • 642, 666

ALTITUDE on Combustion, Mr. C. M. Palmer on the Effect of, (551)

American Manufacturing Establishments, Capital Invested in,(603)

Anderson’s Slide Rule, 10

Anemometers, Registering, M. Muller, 154

Anemometers Re-rated by the United States Weather Bureau, (171)

Annam Public Works Department, (577)

Appointments:

  • Day, Mr. A. A., (269)
  • Hill, Mr. Alfred Percy, (49)
  • Martin, Mr. E. P., (11)
  • McLaren, Sir Charles B. B., (563)
  • Railways—see Railway Index

Armour Plating:

  • - Armour and its Attack, Major W. E. Edwards, ; 252, 278 I
  • - Armour for Three Battleships of the Dreadnought Type, Orders Received by Three Sheffield Firms, (501), (513)
  • - for the Two New 16,000-Ton Battleships for the United States Navy, Contracts Awarded to the Carnegie and Bethlehem and Midvale Companies, (65)
  • - Manufacture of, in Italy, 298 i
  • ARMOURED Concrete Quay Walls, Rotterdam, 402
  • Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 8, 9, 10, 12

Association, American Tramway:

  • = Permanent Way Construction, Mr. C. H. Clark, 628 ; Sleepers and Poles, Mr. C. A. Alderman, 628 ; &c. &c., 628

Association, British — see British.

Association, British, Weights and Measures:

  • Metric System, Second Report, 319

Association, Cold Storage and Ice:

  • Handling of Frozen Produce, Mr. F. Knowles, (409)
  • Motor Traction in the Cold Storage and Ice Industries, Mr. Worby Beaumont, (562)

Association of Engineers-in Charge

  • Programme for the Ensuing Session, (404)
  • Visit to the New Central Criminal Court, (347)
  • Water Supplies, Small, Mr. H. C. H. Shenton, (576)

Association of Engineers, Keighley:

  • Gear Boxes for Motor Cars, Mr. C. H. Dewhurst, (576)
  • Steam Turbines as Applied to Steamships, Prof. W. H. Watkinson, (576)
  • Stone-breaking and Crushing Machinery, Principles of, Mr. J. C. Jefferson, (481)

Association of Engineers, Leeds :

  • Forty-first Annual Dinner, (602)
  • Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. W. H. Drake, 345
  • Visit to Messrs. Dobson and Burlow’s Works, (308)

Association of Engineers, Leicester :

  • Formation of, (437)
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester:
  • Fifty-first Discussion Session, (434), (437), (460)
  • Presidential Address of Mr. W. H. Hunter;
  • Presentation of the Constantine Medals, (459)
  • Visit to the Royal Agricultural Show, Derby, (22)
  • Visits to Messrs. Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson’s, Limited, Works, and the Wallsend Slipway Works, (246)

Association, Geologists’:

  • Excursion to Yorkshire Coast, (50)

Association of Ireland, Engineering and Scientific:

  • Ordinary General Meeting, (602)

Association of Municipal and County Engineers, Incorporated:

  • Western Counties District Meeting at Trowbridge and Devizes, Papers to be Read, (76)
  • Town Extensions in Germany, Planning and Control of, Mr. T. C. Horsfall, (484)

Association, Roumanian, for the Advancement of Science:

  • Fifth Congress, 532

Association of Teachers:

  • Annual General Meeting, (614)
  • Association of Water Engineers:
  • Eleventh Winter Meeting, (535)
  • ATLANTIC Coast, Sinking of, (423)
  • Atmospheric Nitrogen, Fixation of, 285
  • Atonic Theory, Further Development of the, 581
  • Austria and her Industries, 222, 223
  • Austrian Budget Estimates for 1907, (603)
  • BALL Bearings, Brown Bros , Limited, (249)
  • Balls for Bearings, 6in., (527)
  • Ballooning Department, Military, Austrian Naval Manoeuvres, (171)
  • Balloon, Now Steerable, (195)
  • Sounding, Launched for Atmosphere Measurements from the Pavian Observatory, (195)
  • —see also Airships
  • Bari, in Italy, Hydraulic Works for Protecting the Town, (145)
  • Base Line, New Geodetic, 154
  • Barometer, Record Reading of, at Falmouth | Observatory, (119)
  • Bartholdi Statue of Liberty, New York Harbour, False Rumours respecting its Condition, (219)
  • Base Lines, Measurement of, 211
  • Basingstoke, Typhoid Epidemic, Actions for Damages Entered against the Borough Council, (295)
  • Batteli, Prof,, Discovers a new Element, (93)
  • Battersea Polytechnic, (25)
  • Beam Sections, Economical Proportions of, Mr, R. Smith on, 463
  • Bearing Alloys, A, Suggate on, 418, 441
  • Bedoe, Mr. Thomas Russell, 194
  • Beit Bequests, The, and the Cape to Cairo Railway, 96
  • Bicycles during the French Manoeuvres, Use of, (269)
  • Billing and Adding Machine, 48

Bills:

  • Cardiff Railway, (24)
  • Channel Tunnel Company, (629)
  • London County Council Electric Supply, 14, 21, 423, 447
  • Madras Presidency, Irrigation Bill for, (145)
  • New, for Next Session, (488)
  • Pietermaritzburg, Bill to Increase the Borrowing Powers of the Borough of, (65)
  • Preservation of the Waters of Niagara River and Falls, (37)
  • Prevention of Corruption Act, (527)
  • Railway and Tramway, (24), (37), (655)—see also Railways
  • Trades Disputes, 41, 147, 153, 399, 581
  • Transporter Bridge over the Tees, (501)
  • BIRTHDAY Honours, 10
  • Bjorling, Mr. Philip Rudolf, (550)
  • Blast Refrigeration, Different Modes of, J. E. Johnson, jun., on, 305, 331
  • Blasting on a Large Scale in Wales, (145)

Board of Trade:

  • Articles to be Admitted into Holland Duty Free, (37)
  • Committees’ Meetings, (37)
  • Foreign Labour Statistics, Third Abstract of, 215
  • Light Railway Orders Confirmed by—see Light Railways

Boilers:

  • Compressed Air, Use of, in Boiler Shops, (568) Davies, 20, 45
  • Explosions in England and the United States Compared, (171) I
  • Flash, 555 ; J. Riekie and J. Johnson on, 585
  • Friction of Superheated and Saturated Steam within a Pipe Compared, (655)
  • Insurance of, 529
  • Lancashire, 504
  • Perkins’, H. J. Spooner on, 602 ; Loftus Patton Perkins, 537, 663
  • Schulz-Thornycroft, Adopted by the German Admiralty, (500)
  • Tubes, Preservation of Surface Condenser, (551) Vertical, at Armley, Messrs. John Cochrane, 278
  • Water-tube, Davies Patent Boiler Company, Limited, 20
  • BOMBAY, Three most Important Wants of, (603)
  • Bonn, Mr. C. R. L. M., (422)
  • Brazil, Cotton Factories in, and Capital they Represent, (321)
  • Breadcrumb Modelling, Mdlle. Suzanne Meyer’s, (171)
  • Bricklaying, Record-breaking Feat in, (551)
  • Bricks in Japan, Rise in Price, owing to Order from San Francisco, (195)

Bridges:

  • Ancient and Modern, Mr. E. A. Drabble on (584)
  • Auckland, New Zealand, (219)
  • Barrow, 273 ;
  • Belvidere, in America, Concrete Arcb, 442
  • Blackfriars, Widening of, (527), (577)
  • Canal, at Caen, Reconstruction of, (397)
  • Concrete Arch, at Belvidere, in America, 442
  • Cork, Bridging the Rivor Loo, 556 Galveston, (243)
  • Glasgow, Need for a New, (527) I
  • I lavro. Metal Swing, (629) '
  • Liego, The Bridge of Commerce, 54, 55, 56 1
  • Nowport, Transporter Bridge at, 263, 265, 270 ,
  • New York, Manhattan, (655)
  • Ouse, at Boothferry, Transporter Bridge over the, (371)
  • Philadelphia, Walnut-lane, Longest Concrete Arch yet Undertaken, (603)
  • Plate Girders, Design of 190, 251
  • Playa del Roy, California, (475)
  • Pougastel, Finisterre, (515)
  • Railway, Birmingham, (22)
  • Canadian PaciBo, (171)
  • Canadiwn Pacific, at Lethbridge, (37)
  • St. Lawrence at Quebec, Cantilever over, (501), (629)
  • Seine Electric Lighting by Incandescent Lamps, (475)
  • Sluiskil, Belgium, Restoring a Caisson to the Perpendicular, 189
  • Stanford, 98 ; Ferro-concrete, 422, (445)
  • Tees, Proposed Transporter, (50), (77), (435), (501)
  • Terne, Over the, 422, (445)
  • Tyne, High-level, over the, (23), 46, (50)
  • Uttoxeter, Widening of Dove Bridge, (142)
  • Velsen, Electrically-worked Swing, La Societe
  • Anonyme John CockeriU, 390, 391, 398
  • Walney, Question of the Length of Dolphins or Jetties, (615)

British Association:

  • Presidential Address, Dr. E. Ray Lankester, 118
  • Armour and its Attack, Major W. E. Edwards, 144, 252
  • Ductile Materials under Combined Stress, Strength and Behaviour of, Mr. W. A. Scoble, 186
  • Engineering Laboratories, Edinburgh University, Prof. T. H. Bears, 164
  • Gas for Heat, Light, and Power Purposes, General Supply of, Mr. A. J. Martin, 165
  • Glow Lamps and the Grading of Voltages, Sir Wm. Preece, 165
  • Gas Mantles, Radiation from, Mr. J. Swinburne, 186
  • Gas Plants, Suction, Prof, W. E. Dalby, 185
  • Iron and Steel from Corrosion, Electro-positive Coatings for Protection of, Mr, S. Cowper-Coles, 185
  • Iron and Steel, Deformation and Fracture of, Mr. W. Rosenhain, 164
  • Mechanics by Experiment, Teaching of, Mr. C. E. Ashford, 166
  • Nickel Wire at High Temperatures, Structural Changes in, Dr. H. C. H. Carpenter, 164
  • Radiation Phenomena and their Bearing on Radiation Pyrometry, Prof, J. B. Henderson, 185
  • Removal of Dust and Smoke from Chimney Gases, with a Note on the Supposed Elimination of Sulphur Dioxide from Chimney Gases by Treating the Fuel with Lime Water, by S. H. Davies and F. G. Fryer, 164
  • Rubber Formed from Isoprene, Professor W. Dunstan, (171)
  • Section G, Presidential Address of Professor Ewing, 144
  • Steam Turbines, Land and Marine, Recent Advances in, Mr. G. G. Stoney, 165
  • Steel Ingots, Segregation in, and irs Effect in Modifying the Mechanical Properties of Steel, Mr. J. E. Stead, 164
  • Steel, Magnetic Indicator of Temperature for Hardening, Mr. Wm. Taylor, 164
  • Table-testing Machine, Central Technical College Lecture, Professor Ashcroft, 185
  • Waterproof Roads as a Solution of the Dust Problem, Douglas Mackenzie, 185
  • BRITISH Calculator, The, 180
  • Fire Appliances, 57, 83, 111, 137, 162, 188, 216, 244, 275. 277
  • Manufacturers, Loss to, by not Adopting Metric System, (276)
  • Works Abroad, 198
  • Brown and Co., Limited, John, Annual Meeting of Shareholders, 23
  • Browne, Mr. George, 167
  • Bryson, Mr, William A., 61
  • Buildings Erected in the United States in 1905,
  • Value of, (37)
  • Building of which all the Walls are of Steel Plates, (93)
  • in New York, Wind Bracine Adopted in a Twenty-two Storey, (300)
  • Laws, The New York, Wind Pressure Specified in, (371)
  • Materials, Testing by a Sand-blast Apparatus, (243)
  • Buoy, New Mooring, (475)
  • Burchartz, Mr. H., on the Testing of Building Materials, (243)
  • Burlinson, Mr. John, 497
  • Burrell,. Mr. Charles, 10
  • CABLE for the Mauretania, 484
  • Calcium Hydride, New Material Described by M. G. P. Jaubert, (269)
  • Calculating Disc, Mr. Joseph Wilson, (206)
  • Calculating Machine, A, 47
  • Machine, The Gauss, 304
  • Calculator, An Inch-Dwt., Mr. Wm. Crossley, 561 Calorimeters, The Lewis - Thompson and the Darling, 337
  • Calorimeter, The Wallace Alcohol, 619
  • Cammell, Laird and Co., Works Estension, (306), (333), (358)
  • Cams, The Design of, 56
  • Canada, Astrunomical Branch of the Department of Interior of, Five Surveys being made by, 394

Canals:

  • Baltic and Black Sea. (37), 68, (195), 317
  • Baltic Sea and Lake Devna, (371)
  • Chesapeake and Delaware may be Bought by the United States Government, (195)
  • Chic ag) Drainage, 58
  • Donetz Coal Kegion and the Dnieper River System, Projected Connection of by Canals, (501)
  • Dortmund-Ems, Tonnage over, (93)
  • Ghent lo Tarneuzen. Restoring a Caisson to the Perpendicular, 189
  • Great Lakes and the Gulf cf Mexico, (145)
  • India, Reclamation of the Rann of Cutch and Great Canal from the Indus, (295)
  • Irrigation, Field of Profit to the Engineer, (195)
  • Kaiser Wilhelm, Traffic, (195)
  • Ko5chkin Channel, Deepening of, (119)
  • La Plata and Buenos Ayres, (475)
  • Luxemburg, Remich on the Moselle to the Franco-Luxemburg Frontier, (93)
  • Manchester Ship, Accident at the Irlam Lock, (22); Augubt Traffic Returns, (295), October, (551); Dock Railways Connected with, (195); Fire-ooat for, 275, 277; Laying Syphon across, (274)
  • Niagara Falls Power Company’s Intake Canal Kept Free from Ice by Trolley Boat Electrically Propelled, (195)
  • North Sea, Widening and Deepening of. Tenders to be Received for, (119)
  • Old and New, (48)
  • Panama, (371), (397); No more Chinese Labour for, (527)
  • Royal Commission on, 362 396, 413, (445), 496, (527)
  • Russian Projects, (37), (145)
  • Suez, Britisn Tonnage through, 1905, 1901, (11)
  • United States, Morgan City and Berwick the Sea, (145)
  • Windau and Memel, (37)
  • CANTOR Lecture, Prof. V. B, Lewes, (195) Carbon, Cathodic Disintegration of, Mr. G.
  • Kemerer on, (37)
  • Case hardening, Quick Method for, (295) Cassier, Mr. Louis, 10

Catalogues :

  • 25, 51, 78, 108, 159, 230, 254,232, 308,406, 565, 586, 612, 644, 668
  • CELLULOID, Uninflammable, (145) Cement Imports into New York, Value of, (119)
  • Portland, The Setting of, (37) Portland, World’s Production, (65) Production in the United States, Remarkable Increase, (269)
  • when Subjected to Oil, its Deterioration, not of Commercial Importance, (269) Silicious, The Setting of, (37)
  • Use of the Vi eat Needle to Determine the Time it takes to Set, (65) Centrifugal Proolem, A, 558, 585, 663, 637 Channel Tunnel Project, The, 465 Chapman, Mr. Edw., (126)
  • Chemical Compound, L quid. Time-proof, Discovered by Brunn, (603)
  • Chemulpo, Modernisation of, (37)
  • Chimneys, Advantage of Short Steel, Emphasised by Experiences of Recent Earthquakes, (11)
  • Chinese Carpenters, Skill of, (171)
  • Clock made for St. Gervais d’Avranche, (117) Clovelly, Proposed Breakwater at, 584

Coal, Coke, and Collieries:

  • Anthracite Depcaits, Pennsylvania, will be Mined in Eighty Years, (55)
  • Anthracite Mines in Pennsylvania, Water Daily Pump=d Out, and the Co^t, (629)
  • Bills, Railway Companies and th^ir, 352 British, in Belgium, Larger Market for, (363) Capital Invested in British Coal Miniug, (397) Coxl-euttiug Machines in ihe United Kingdom, Statistics, (423) ; in Brituh Collieries, Increasing Use of, (449)
  • Coke from Poat, Ziegler Process of, (397) Trade, The, 512
  • Trade, Yorxohiro, 576
  • Collieries, Mechanical Equipment of, Mr. E. M. Hann on, 418
  • Colliery, Clyde Valley, Bought by Cammell, Laird ana Co., (563)
  • Contracts, Next Year’s Railway, 550. (562) (564), (641) > \
  • Courrieres Disaste”, The, Jamgs Ashworth on 470 ’
  • Deposits in Northern Butte Country, Dovelon- ment of, (397)
  • English Collieries, Some Modem, 395 Exports from this Country in 1905, (175) Exports from the United States in 1905, (171) Fuel, Treating with Lime Water for Elimination of Sulphur Dioxide from Chimney Gases S. H. Davies and F. G. Fryer on, 164 ’
  • Handling Plant at Greenwich Power Station, the Now Conveyor Company, Limited, 177
  • Imports into St. Nazaire, British Exporters Oat-macceuvrod by German, (119)
  • Industry of Russia, The Oil and, 473
  • Ireland, Discovery of, io, (206)
  • Lihze, Rare Elements in the Coal Measures of (145)
  • Mme, The Fushun, in Manchuria, its Great Value, (219)
  • Mining, Capital Invested in British, (897) Nacttl Output, (449) ’ x
  • Pit-mouth, Price of, in 1904, (397) Preparing it tor U^e in a Boiler. (655) Production, Transvaal, 1905, (93)
  • Relative Heating Value of Crude Oil and Local Coal, (11)
  • St. Helens Colliery Company, Workington, New Coking Plant, (213)
  • Spontaneous Ignition of, How to Prevent, (321)
  • Staffordshire: Darlaston Manor, Great New Coalfield Discovered at, (423)
  • Tax, “ Mabon ” on the Repeal of, and Effect on the Yorkshire Steam Coal Trade, 307, 454
  • Tax, Miners and the, 280
  • Trade, The Export, 453
  • United States Census, 1905, Manufacture of Foundry and Machine Shop Products, (475)
  • Coal Production, 1905, (321) Coke Industry in 1905,(269) Traffic to the Humber Ports, 523
  • Unloading, Fast, Lake Erie Coal Company, Limited, (37)
  • Volume on, in the Reports for 1904-5, 176
  • Water-sofcening Plant at Bargoed Colliery, 201 World’s Production in 1905, Latest Statistics of, (449)
  • Yorkshire Coalfield, Development of the New South,447
  • Coke Trade, 576
  • Coke Trade and Mechanical Appliances, 126
  • Colliery Strikes, Cost of, 223 and Derbyshire Gas Coal Shipments, 102
  • Model Villages for Coalminers, 150 Steam Coal Trade, 36, 167, 276, 368, 454
  • Zugler Process of Making Coke from Peat, (397) See also Letters from Our Own Correspondents.
  • COAST Erosion, Royal Commission on, 18, (656) East Coast of England, (269) Holdercess, (269)
  • Ccefl6cient of Uncertainty, The, 248
  • Coil Springs, Strength of, 541
  • Cold Storage in London, Riverside Building for, (195)
  • Colloids, Some Notes on, 645
  • Commercial Organisation of Engineering Factories, 19, 27, 53, 81, 109, 135
  • Compass Card, A Mariner’s, 640
  • Compressed Air in Boiler Shops, Use of, (568) Concrete, Armoured, Quay Walls, Rotterdam, 402
  • Cinder, Forbidden in Floor Construction, in San Francisco, (501)
  • Coefficient of Linear Expansion of, (501) Reinforced, Conditions of its Use in Buildings intended to be Fire-resisting, (65)
  • Construction, Cost of Reinforced, (145)
  • Hotel, Reinforced, Collapse of, (577)
  • Pavements in Chicago, Adaptability to Heavy Traffic Proved, (37)
  • Standpipe, Reinforced, (371)
  • Consular Reports, Editicg the Annual, to be Expedited, (629)
  • Contractors’ Liabilities, 14
  • Coopers’ Hill Collego, Closing of, 464 Constantine, Mr. Joseph, 167
  • Contract to Supply Power, A, 455

Contracts:

  • 25, 52, 80, 106, 132, 158, 182, 206, 232, 256, 284, 308, 385, 408, 436, 488, 514, 664, 590, 616, 642, 666 .

Copper:

  • Alloy of Nickel and, (371)
  • Alloy, 60 Parts Coppar, Valuable in Naval
  • Construction, (371)
  • Atoms in One Cubic Inch of, (497)
  • Australia a Factor in the World’s Production, (145)
  • Distillation of, 497
  • Electrolytic, Production for 1906, (527) Electrolytic Refining of (629), (656)
  • Enormous Consumption of, for Telephone Purposes, (501)
  • French Congo, Rich Deposits, (603)
  • Lodes of, Found on Coniston Old Man, (37) Mine of Australia, Premier, (551)
  • Mines, United States, Output in 1880 and 1905. (269) (371) *
  • Native Mass Copper of Lake Superior has the Highest Electric Conductivity of any known Copper, (371)
  • Ore-crushing Machine, Hadfield’s Steel Foundry Company, Limited, 510
  • Percentage of the World’s, Obtained from Sulphide Ores, (629)
  • Refining by Electricity, Cost of, (501) by Eleccrolysis, Cost per Ten, (629)
  • Industry. Expansion of the Electrolytic, (501)
  • United States Production, (577), (629) See also Letters from our own Correspondents
  • CORK Forests in Morocco, (603)
  • Corporation Gas Engine as a Bird Trap, A, (510) Corrosion, 39
  • Corruption Act, Prevention of, (527) Cotton, Accidents in the Manuracture of, 481
  • Growing in Central Asia, Russia’s Successful Efforts, (629)
  • Industry or L jmbardy, (11)
  • Mills in Lancashire, Some New, 652 Crane, 140-Ton Floating, Bechen and Keetman,
  • 291, 292; Portable Cantilever, 327, 330 Hydraulic, for Dunkirk Port, (177) Hydraulic Jib, Tannett Walker and Co.
  • Limited, 102 ’
  • at Patfleet, Transporter, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, 70, 71 ’
  • Cuba, Expenditure Needed for Public Works (665) ’
  • Culvert, Ouseburn, 440, 450
  • Cycle Trade of this Country, (527)
  • DAVIS, Mr. F. B., (454)
  • Death by Etectricity, 553
  • Diacussiuns, Conduct of, 681
  • Diseases and Injuries ocher than by Accident due to Industrial Occupations, Departmental committee to luquire and Report on, (145)
  • DisUjling Apparatus, Sextuple Effect, Fawcett, Preston and Co., 99

Docks :

  • ® bTsant" fissf to
  • ®“J2®3 Appliances for Coal Shipping,
  • Grangemouth Docks of the Caledonian Railway Opened, (371)
  • Graving, Mr. J. F. Ramsbotham on the Construction of, 602
  • Hartlepool, North-Eastern Railway Company s Scheme, (577)
  • Immingham, (^3) . tr o
  • Keyham, Devonport, Extension Works,
  • Hibernia Docked, (171)
  • Lowestoft, Opening of the Hamilton Dock at, (371)
  • Martinique, Fort-de-France, Dry Dock to ba Lengthened, (11) ....
  • Mersey, Annual Szatement of the Board, (11), (371) . ,
  • Mersey, Extension and Improvement f t, (oo;, Scheme for the Construction of Training Walls, (501)
  • Montevideo, (93)^
  • New Orleans, (145)
  • Newport, Tlie Alexandra, 100, 123, (1/1)
  • Penarth, Mechanical Appliances for Coal &hip- piog at, Mr. T. Hurry Riches and Mr. E. r. Heywood, 123
  • Portsmouth, Lengthening No, 5 Dock, (oo) Rotterdam, (145)
  • Tanoura, Japan, (HP)

Dockyard. Notes:

  • Africa to Replace the Victorious in the Atlantic Fleet, 186
  • Australia Decides upon a Navy, 352
  • Austria’s New Battleships, 251, 576 Battleships of the Dreadnought Type, The
  • Three, 576 . x xv
  • Boy-Artificer Examination, F. Thornton the Best at, 186
  • Brazilian Battleships, Contracts Secured by Elswick for Three, 118
  • Chamberlain, Captain, Visits the Naval Bases on the Continent, 186
  • Chili and Argentina, Navies of, 186
  • Coastal Destroyers, Builders of the New, 3/0 Commonwealth, Coaling of, 186
  • Cruiser Argyll Laid Up for Repairs, 251 Devonport, Dam Across Entrance to the North Dock, (603)
  • Drake, Fire-control Platforms Fitted at Gibraltar to. 300
  • Drake, Speed Trial, 625
  • Dreadnought, The, 186: Time of Construction, 352; Full-speed Trials, 370 ; Not the Biggest Warsoip Existing, 533
  • Dutch Indian Marine Torpedo Boats Launched, 251
  • Datch Monitors Sold Out of Service, 251
  • Firefly, Launch of Coastal Torpedo-boat Destroyer, 251
  • Floating Dock for Submarines, Portsmouth, 118
  • French Cruiser Sully’s Gaus, Salvage of, 500 French Cruiser Victor Hugo, 576
  • German Coaling Record.®, 576, 625
  • Cruiser “0,” Named Stuttgard, 500 Cruiser Rom, Trials of, 251
  • Cruiser Veneta Put Off the Effective List, 251
  • Naval ports, New, 576
  • Gladiator, Full-speed Trials, 370
  • H.M. Torpedo-boat Destroyer Angler, Accident to, 352
  • Hibernia, Full-speed Trials, 370
  • Hiroshima, A New Dockyard to be Made at, (348)
  • Implacable, Coaling Record, 454 ; Record- breaker, 454 J a Good Instance of the “ Economy Regime,” 454
  • Italian Submarines of the Glauco Class, 576 Italy Intends Building a Ship with Eight 13*5 Guns, 533
  • Japan, Battleships and Cruisers in Hand, 454 Japan and the Captured Russian Ships, 633 Japanese Battleship MiUasa Raised, 370 Japanese Cruiser Tsukuba, 500
  • Kowloon, Vessels Damaged by Typhoon, 300 Majestic, Remarkable Evolutions of, 186 Mikasa, Salvage of the, should make the
  • Vickers Maxim Firm feel Proud, 454 Montagu Court-martial, The, 186 Navy Estimates, The Revised, 118
  • Old Type 3-Pounders to be Removed from all Ships and 12-Pounders Substituted, 118
  • Rumours Concerning a New Model 13-5, 533
  • Scbulz-Thornycroft Boiler Adopted by the German Admiralty, 500
  • Snout Bow to be Replaced by Ordinary Bows in Cruisers of the Gazelle Type, 352
  • South American Navies, Expansion of, 576
  • Speed Race for the Second Division of the Channel Fleet, 300
  • Speed Trial cf the Second Cruiser Squadron, 300
  • Submarine Cl, The First of a New Type, 118 Submarines, C Class, 576
  • Sveaborg, Lessons to be Learnt from the Bombardment at, Commanded by Capt. Bostroem, 186
  • Swedish Cruisers, Two Mere, 576
  • Technical Classes for Instruction of Time- expired Naval and Military Men in Motor Drivieg, 251
  • Turkey, Torpedo Craft Ordered in France for, 251
  • United States Battleships South Carolina and Michigan, Their Exceptional Appearance, 352
  • Yarrow and Napier Boat, Purchase of, 186
  • DRAINAGE of Mines, 356
  • Drainage, Ous^burn Culvert, 440, 450
  • Dredge, Mr. James, 194
  • Drill Points Recovered by Electro-magnets, (145) Drought in Holland, (171)
  • Drought in South Bucks, (171)
  • Dry-air Blast, (64)
  • Dublin Main Drainage Works, Opening of, (295) Duboin, M., Now Compounds Formed by, (397) Dactile Materials under Combined Stress, Strength and Behaviour of, Mr. W, A. Scoble, 186
  • Dust Preventives in Road Construction Tried in Lancashire, (159)
  • EADON, Mr. H. H, (523)
  • Earth, Density of the, (348)
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Electric, Electric Light, Electricity

  • (missing lines)
  • Launches—see also Ships, Commercial, &c. London County Council Highways Committee, Legislation Relative to the Supply of Electric Energy in London, 14, 21, (423). 447 Manufacturing Works, Hollinwood, Ferranti, Limited, 168, 169, 172
  • Motors in Bilbao, (321) ...
  • Motors to Operate Sceel Mill Rolls in America, First Installation of Large, (93)
  • New York State, Productive Value of every Electrical Horse-power in, (269)
  • Non-conducting Materials. 533
  • Ontario Power Company, installation of Ihrio More Generators and Turbines, (379) Oscillations, Production of Continuous, Mr.V. Poulsen on, 546
  • Pouieen, Mr. V., on the Production of Continuous Electric Oscillations, 546
  • Power, Cost of, 477, 509 .
  • and Healing, Birmingham, (104) House of the Pennsylvania Railway, Long Island City, Sixe and Weight of Dampers in the Chimney, (321) Obtainable by Pipe Lines from Niagara Falls, (269)
  • Plant on Canadian Side of .Niagara Falls, New Generators Installed
  • in Central New York, Small, (423) on the Chicago Drainage Canal, 58 Fiume, (10) for Halifax, (527)
  • Station in Chemulpo, Korea, (37) Greenwich, Coal-handling Piant, 177
  • at Lockport. United States, (219)
  • at Wangen, Hydro-electnc, 541.552 .
  • at Zogno, Hydro-electric, 142, 143
  • Supply, Cise of Hentley v. Metcalfe, 97 Contrac: to, 455 Niagara Falls for Toronto, (603) Portuguese South-West Africa, (93)
  • Queensland, Utilisation of the Barron River Falls to Generate, (269)
  • Transmission from Niagara, 200 Rhone, Projected Dam across, that Electric Energy may be Generated there for Pans, (501)
  • Smelting Furnace, The Hiorth, 34 z Steel Furnace, American, 46 Storage Battery Improvements, Recent, 480 Traction on Railways, 198
  • Traction, Single-phase, C. F. Jenkin on, 533 Transmission of Power, Recent Practice in, by W. B. E82on, 595
  • Victoria Falls Power Scheme, The, 637 Voltages, Grading of, Sir Wm. Preece on, loo Wangen Hydro-Electric Power Station, 544 Works of the Western Electric Company of America, 645, 646, 647, 656

Electric Light;

  • Arc Lamp for Submarine Work, 430 Blbao, 321
  • City of London, Cost of Arc Lamps in, (243) Glow Lamps and the (zrading of Voltages, Sir Wm. Preece on, 165
  • Honolulu, (11) Incandescent Electric Lamps, The New, 5or, 593, 633 ; Notes on Colloids, Prof. Lotter- moser’s, 645
  • Lamps, 149
  • New Incandescent, 539
  • The Tantalum, (295)
  • The Woifram, (295)
  • Ningpo, Installation of, (195)
  • Paris, New Scheme, (219)
  • Portuguese South-West Africa, Towns to be ^it in, (93)
  • Searchlight Submitted to the Officers of the Swiss General Staff, (449)
  • Zirconium Lamps, 593

Electricity:

  • At the Cleveland Ironstone Mines. (4071 Death by, 550
  • Generation and Supply of, by Means of Waterpower Available on the Main and Nied. (3481 London, 14, 21, 447, 451, 479, 606
  • Salford Corporation Committee, Purchase of Motors for Hire to the Public. (2691
  • Supply, 427 ’ '
  • Plume, 10
  • to Oaaka and Kioto, (3481
  • Paris, (65)
  • Portuguese South-West Africa, (93) Seville, (145) ' '
  • Works in London, (423)
  • Taxation of. Abandoned by the Russian Government, (551)
  • Transmission to Pretoria and Johannesburg from Victoria Falls, (371)
  • Use of, in an Emergency, in Philadelphia, (475) Windmills, Use of, for Generating, (551) Works, Birmingham, New, 368, 369, 372, (404) Works and Nuisances, 122
  • Yarra, Utilisation of its Waters for Generation of Electricity, (119)
  • ELEMENT more Powerful in its Action than Radium, (93)
  • Ellis, Mr. John Devonshire, 499 Elswick and Openshaw, 314 Emigrants out of the German Empire, Oversea (243)
  • Emigration to British Colonies, (577)
  • Emigration to San Francisco, Drawbacks of, (397)
  • Employers’ Insurance against Strike Losses, 342
  • Employers’ Obligation to Find Work, The, 82 Enamelled Ware in China, Demand for, (171)

Engineering

  • Contract Work, 268
  • Department, University of Pennsylvania, (475) Exhibition at Olympia, (256), 301, 318, (344),
  • Experiment Station, Illinois, 10
  • Factories, Commercial Organisation of, 19. 27, 45, 53, 81, 109, 135
  • German, its Financial Aspects, 147 in Cotton Mills, 652
  • Laboratories, Edinburgh University, Professor T. H. Beareon, 164
  • Laboratory at Charlottenburg, Experiments with Superheated Steam, (379)
  • Limit Gauges, 247, 378
  • Marine, 6
  • Specifications, 535
  • Standardisation of Error, 247, 378
  • Standards Committee, Tables of British Standard Screw Threads, (642)
  • Vulcan Fellowship in, (514)

Engineers:

  • Union of Scandinavian, 317

Engines and Motors:

  • Application of Large Gas Engines in the German Iron and Steel Industries, K. Reinhardt, 101, 129,155, 170
  • Bed Weighing 105 Tons, (423)
  • Birmingham Small Arms Company, Manufacture of Motors Commenced by, (397)
  • Blast Furnacs Blowing, Mr. D. E. Roberts on the Development, 123, 202
  • Compression and Expansion Curves of a Gas Engine Indicator Diagram, (551)
  • Crank Mechanism for Single-acting. A New, (449)
  • Cylinder Joints, Packing for Petrol Engine, (321)
  • Diesel Oil, at Effingham, Ill,, Fuel Consumption of, (629)
  • Diesel Two-cycle Marine Oil, Sulzsr Brothers, 381
  • Electric Motors for Rail Mill Driving. Chicago, (603)
  • Electric Winding—-see Winding, Electric
  • Esson, Mr. W, B., on the Steam Engine, (371)
  • Fishing Boat, Pilot Steamer, &c., at Chrislian- sand. Good Market for, (629)
  • Gas, Alcohol as a Fuel in, Professor C. E. Lucke to Investigate the Possibility of. (171) as a Bird Trap, (510) Engines for Dynamo Driving, Boston Elevated Railway Company’s Experiment with, (577)
  • Engine Indicator Diagram, Compression and Expansion Curves of, (551); 12 Horsepower Ruston-Proctor, 599 in Increasing Demand in Italy, (321) Largest Single Order ever Placed by One Company, (65)
  • Now under Construction, (475)
  • Three Papers on, Read at the Iron and Steel Institute, 89, 90
  • Horse and Engine-power, John Batey on, 444 ; and George M. Stabroke on, 483, 509, 536
  • Large Undertype, Robey and Co., Limited, 304 Light Steam Tractor, Charles Burrell and Sons, Limited, 154
  • Mine Winding, Wellman, Seaver and Morgan, 320
  • Models of Simple and Compound, Placed on View in the Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow, (37)
  • Motor Petroleum, for Submarines, Messrs. Korting Brothers, 116, 117
  • Paraffin Marine (60-70 Horse-power), Parsons Motor C( mpany, Limited, 507
  • Plant Producer Gas, Result of Tests Made at Iowa State College upon a, (348)
  • Pumping (Portable Tripulse), H. Sykes, Limited, 48
  • Railway Motor Coach Engine, J. A. Maffei, 380
  • Rolling Mill, for the Carnegie Steel Company, Large, (37)
  • Spark and Combustion Indicator for, 47
  • Steam)Consumption of Modern Winding, 363,
  • Steam Engine Theories, Some Rival, Mr. A. L. Mellanby on, 444
  • Steam Tractor, Aveling and Porter, Limited, 583 ; Fowler’s Compound, 599
  • Surface Condensation, Mr. J. A. Smith on, 96
  • Trip Gear, 483, 536
  • Turbine, for the German Navy, (603)
  • Typical Cotton Mill Steam, 653
  • Using Satirated Steam, Mr, W. J. Goudie’s Method of Converting the P.V. Diagram, (295)
  • Valves, “Vanguard” Equilibrium, W. H. Bailey and Co., Limited, 485
  • Winding, at Sherwood Colliery, Fraser and Chalmers, Limited, 600
  • Electric, John H. Wilson and Co., 176
  • Electric, Butte Ore Works, U.S.A., 175
  • Working Engine, Gold and Steel, Weighing 4 Grains Troy, (119)
  • E3SON, W. B., on Recent Practice in Electrical
  • Transmission of Power, 594

Exhibitions:

  • Australian Products, United Kingdom, (195)
  • Electrical Manufacturers’, at Bristol, (171)
  • Electrical, at Sheffield, (49), (295), (358)
  • Engineering and Machinery, at Olympia, The, (256), 301, 318, (344), (371), (379), 394, (419), (449)
  • Floaticg, The Steamer Cambroman as a, (232)
  • India-rubber, Ceylon, (195)
  • Milan, 27, 58
  • Motor Boat, at Kiel, (629)
  • Car, Calcutta, (629)
  • Exhibition, Bergen, (668) Exhibition, Paris, 607-611 Show at Olympia, (501), 624, 547
  • New Zealand International, (397)
  • Nurnberg, Steam Turbines at the, Sulzer Brothers, 393
  • Physical Society’s, (562), (684)
  • Safeguarding Lives and Limbs and Preventing Accidents, New York, (629)
  • Scottish National, 1908, (666)

Explosives;

  • Manufacture of, 68
  • “ Oxyliquit,” The New Explosive, (321)
  • Storage of, Premises Registered for in the County of London, (321)
  • FALMOUTH Observatory, Record Reading of the Barometer, (119)
  • Federated Malay States, The, 543
  • Federation of Stoke-on-Trent, Fenton and Longton, (397)
  • Ferro-concrete, 558
  • Arch, A 98ft., 422 and (iffieial Conservatism, 504 File and Saw Industry, American, 1900, 1905.
  • (577)
  • File Testing Machine, E. G. Herbert, Limited, Manchester, 320
  • Filter, An Intermittent, (65)
  • Fire Appliances, British, 57, 83, 111, 137, 162, 188, 216, 244, 275, 277
  • Congress at Milan : Conditions under which Reinforced Concrete may bo used in Buildings, (65)
  • Extinguishing Apparatus on Board Ship, 246 Losses in the United States, 659
  • Firemen for Lake Erie Steamers, Scarcity of, (145) Fires in which Petroleum Spirit was Involved, (295)
  • Fixation of Atmospheric Nitrogen, 285
  • Forests, Vanishing, America’s, (195)
  • Frahm Apparatus for Speed Measurement by Means of Resonance, Made Photographically- recording, (171)
  • Fuel Analjsis for Steam Users, by John B. C. Kershaw, 314, 316, 316, 337, 361, 387
  • Furnace, Ameiican Electric Steel, 46
  • Electric Annealing and Hardening, 511 The Siemens Open-hearth, Jubilee of, 553
  • Fjfe, Mr. John, 92

Gas:

  • Acetylene Industry, Question now Agitating the, (93)
  • Apparatus for Measuring the Optical Refraction of, (295)
  • Carburetted Water Gas in the Bunsen Burner, Masumi Cbikashige, 229
  • Coal, for Motive Power and Heating, Mr. Dugald Clerk on, 500
  • Conveyance of, under High Pressure, (195) Engines—see Engines
  • Gases which have a Great Power of Stopping Combustion, (295)
  • General Supply of, for Heat, Light, and Power Purposes, Mr. A. J. Martin on, 165
  • Helium, Prof, Okzawski’s Espeiiments with, (243)
  • Incandescent, Economy Effected by, as Compared with Electric L’ght in London, (603)
  • Lignite Gas Producers, Mr. A. H. Neumann on Results of, (603)
  • Manchester, Extensions Needed, (655) Mantles, Radiation from, Mr. J. Swinburne on, 186
  • South Metropolitan Gas Company, Last Half- year’s Sale of, (119); Receipts for Tar, Id. per Gallon, (119)
  • Mond Producer, Mr. J. D. Pennock on, (577)
  • Natural, Produced and Sold in the United States, Value cf, (^75); Consumption Sold by Measurement, (501)
  • Plants, Suction, Prof. W. E, Dalby on, 185 Producer, (475)
  • Producers, 477, 509 ; Mond, Mr. Pennock on, (677)
  • Purification of, in Germany, (577)
  • Sheffield Gas (Company, (204)
  • Stoves with Bunsen Barners, Dangers of, (577) Stoves, Tests of, 660
  • Suction Gas Plants at Derby, 1906, Trials of, Capt. Sankey, 639
  • Producer Trials and the Indicator, 659 Producer Trials, Royal Agricultural Society, 605, 608j
  • GASCOIGNE, Mr. Edw., 92 Gear-cutting Machines {Supplement, November 2Stk, 1906)
  • Geodetic Base Line, A New, 164
  • German Excursion of the American Institute of Mining Engineers—see Institute, &c.
  • Exports of Semi-manufactured Steel, 504 Patent for Spinning Artificial Threads made from Cupric Oxide and Cellulose, (501)
  • Technical High Schools, Examination Fees, (295)
  • Germany, Increase of Population of, (321) Girders, Design of Plate, 190, (251)
  • Glasgow, Cleansing of, (200)
  • New Works in, (480)
  • Street Traffic, Congestion of, (527)
  • New Technical College, (455), (551) Glue, A Waterproof, (171), (269)
  • Graphite, Mr. E. G. Acheson’s Process for Producing Softer Varieties of, (348)
  • Graphite Dynamo and Motor Brushes, (423) Grindstone, Strength of, as Influenced by the
  • Degree of Wetness or Dryness, (219), (527) Guay ale, A Newly-discovered Rubber-producing Plant, (663)
  • Guildford Storm of August 2nd, 1906, (640) Gypsum in the Dove Valley, T. T. Wynne on, 303
  • HALL, Mr. John, 294
  • Hall, Mr, William Silver, 150
  • Hannoverscb-Muenden, Transfer Station at, 638

Harbours and Waterways;

  • Aire and Calder Navigation, (445)—see also Canals and Waterways, Royal Commission on
  • Antwerp, Port, Increasing Importance of, (348) Bangkok, Puket Harbour, Dredging for Tin
  • Ore in Concession Granted by the Government, (629)
  • Belfast Harbour, Dredging Operations, (423) Bremen, Right Bank of the Weser, (629) Buenos Ayres, Port, Enlargement Project, (475)
  • Clyde Trust, Removal of Elderslie Rock, (611) Colne River, Barrage Scheme for, (655) Constantza Harbour, Ronmania, (145) Cuxhaven : A Naval Base. (628)
  • Dalny—Talien-wan, Opening of Port, (219) Dover Harbour Extension, 144
  • and Overcliff Drive, (651) Works Bill, (475)
  • Durban Harbour, Entrance of the White Star
  • Liner Afric, (371)
  • Elbe, Works for Deepening the Navigable Channel of the, and Prt jected Tunnel Underneath, (65)
  • Fishguard Harbour, Map, 209, 210, 220 Florida and Key West, Proposal to Span the
  • Line of Quays or Islands, (82)
  • Formosa, Kelung Harbour. (219)
  • Galveston. Causeway at, (215)
  • German Naval Ports, Cuxhaven and Sonder- berg, (576)
  • Gironde and Garonne, Works for Improving the Navigation of, (65)
  • Goulburn River, Australia, Masonry Dam on, (551)
  • Harbour of Refuge Inquiry, Proposed, 583, 612
  • Hooghly, Dredging the, 653
  • Hull, Improvements at the Port of, 396
  • Humber Conservancy, 98
  • Inland Waterway Conference, 49
  • Irwell, Proposed Alteration of its Course, (243)
  • Italian Ports, Scheme for Improvement of One
  • Hundred, (475), 603
  • Japan, Kobe Harbour Works, Proposed, (527) Japanese Harbour Extensions, (65), 128, (527) Lake Chad with the Atlantic, Capt. Lenfant
  • Seeks a Navigable Connecting Waterway, (219)
  • London, Port of, 452, (476)
  • Lundy, Suggested Refuge at, (106), 583
  • Lorenzo Marques, Harbour Improvements, (268)
  • Melilla and Chafarinas, Port Works, (475) Meuse, Canalisation of the, (295) Mexican Harbours, Improvement of, (195) Morecambe Pier, (551)
  • Morocco, Harbours in, (219), (603)
  • Muros (Spain), Port Works, (577)
  • Natal Harbours, (371)
  • New York Harbour, New Channel, (195), (251)
  • Osaka Harbour Works, (348)
  • Ouistreham, Deepening of Port, (397) Peterhead Harbour, (423) Plate, Defence of the River, 317
  • Proposed New Harbour of Refuge in the West of England, 324
  • Rhiue, Likely soon to ba Navigable between
  • Strassburg and Bale, (243)
  • Rhone, Projected Dam at Seyssel, (501)
  • Rio Grande to Sul, Maritime Port, Projected
  • Works, (371), (449)
  • Rivers with Shifting Channels, Treatment of, 446
  • Russian Ports that Need Improvement, (603) San Pedro, Cal,, (219)
  • St' Petersburg and Irkutsk, Unbroken Waterway Project, (321)
  • Southsea, South Parade Pier to bo Rebuilt, (269)
  • Southwold Harbour, First Pile Driven, (219) Southwold Harbour, to be made a Honing Port, (37)
  • Sunderland, Sea Wall, (423) Swansea Harbour Scheme, (538)
  • Tangier Harbour Works, (219), (603)
  • Thames Conservancy, The, 61, 83 Conservancy, Financial Assistance to be asked from the City of London Corporation, (321)
  • Thames, June-July Average Daily Natural Flow at Teddington Weir, (243), (397)
  • Tokyo Harbour and Foreshore Reclamation, (65)
  • Trelleborg, Harbour Extension Works, (423)
  • Venetia and Lombardy, Improvement of the Island Waterways, (321)
  • Venice, New Quay, (195)
  • Vera Cruz to be Made a First-class Port, (475) Werra Navigable, Project for Making the, (475)
  • Wicklow Harbour Improvement Works, (321)
  • Yokohama Harbour, Dredging Plan for, (171)
  • HARVESTING at Night, (158)
  • Heating Buildings, New Method of, Mr. A, H, Barker on, (585)
  • Hetherington, Mr. B. F., 366
  • Honololu, Water Supply and Electric Lighting of, (11)
  • Horses Owned by the London General Omnibus Company, Decrease in Number, (219)
  • Hull, Public Abattoir for, (397)
  • ICE, The Largest Mass in the World, (515)
  • Ides of March, The, 453
  • Industrial Works on the Coast, 478

Institute, Bedford, The Allen:

  • Opening of, (179)
  • Institute, City and Guilds of London:
  • Report of the Technological Department, (527)

Institute of Engineers, The Victorian:

  • Air in Relation to the Surface Condensation of Low-pressure Steam, Mr. J. A. Smith on, 76, 96,103

Institute, Iron and Steel:

  • Presidential Address, Mr. R. A. Hadfield, 89 Blast Refrigeration, Different Modes of, J. E.
  • Johnson, jun., 305, 331
  • Gas Engines, Three Papers on, by Prof. Hubert, Mr. K. Reinhardt, Mr. Tom Westgarth, 90, 101, 129, 155, 170

Institute of Marine Engineers:

  • Advantages of a Technical Society, Mr. Jas. Adamson, 380
  • Bohemian Concert, Presentation of the Denny Gold Medal and other Prizes, (602)
  • Denny Gold Medal Awarded to Mr. R. Mackenzie, (448)
  • Meeting at Olympia, (379)
  • Screw Propulsion, Some Propositions and Preposals Regarding, Mr. W. Priedel, (474)
  • Visit to Messrs. Johnson and Phillips’ Works, (33)

Institute of Mining Engineers, The American:

  • Presidential Address, Captain Hunt’s, 112
  • Comparison of American ai d Foreign Rail Specifications with Proposed Sfandard Specification to Cover American Rails Rolled for Export, Mr. A. L. Colbv, 114
  • Development of the Roe Puddling Process, Mr. J. P. Roe, 115
  • German Excursion, 299, 325, 395
  • Honorary Members, Mr. Stead and Mr. R. A. Hadfield Elected, 114
  • Improvements in Rolling Iron and Steel, Mr. J. E. York, 116
  • Visits, 116, 395

Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, North of England:

  • Annual General Meeting and Papers to ba Read at, (130)
  • General Meeting and Papers to be Read, (379), (683)

Institute of Sanitary Engineers:

  • Annual Dinner, (599) .
  • Annual Summer Meeting, 48
  • Opening Meeting, (308)
  • Students’ Class, Syllabus of L:ctures, (284)

Institute, West of Scotland Iron and Steel:

  • Annual Dinner, (642)
  • Presidential Address of Mr. T. B. Rogerson 434

Institution of Civil Engineers :

  • Medals and Prizes, Awards, 1905-1906, 345
  • Presidential Address of Sir Alexander B. W, Kennedy, 482
  • Sintrle-phase Electric Traction. C, F, Jetkin, 533
  • Papers on Waterworks, by W. A P. Tait, Mr. M. R Barnett, and Mr. E. P. Hill. 638
  • Pass List, October Examinations, 1906, 638
  • Switch Gear, High-tension, Mr. H. W. F. L3 Fanu, 638
  • GLASGOW ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS— presidential Address of Mr, D. A. Malhesoi, 560
  • Civil Engineering, Brief History of, Mr, J. 13. Harvey, (560)
  • Gas Supply, Mr. James Lowe, (642)
  • Institution of Civil Engineers (Yorkshire Students’ Section :
  • Visit to Roundhill Reservoir, Masham, (50)
  • Institution of Civil Engineers (Glasgow Association of Students):
  • Ferro-Concrete Construction, Mr. F. A. Macdonald, (614)

Institution of Electrical Engineers:

  • Annual Dinner, 602
  • Visit of the Foreign Electric Engineers, Torr through England and Scotland, 3, 32, 59
  • GLASGOW LOCAL SECTION—
  • Fifth Annual Dinner, 546*
  • LEEDS LOCAL SECTION—
  • Overhead Eqaipoaent for Tramways, Mr. R. H. Campion, (437)
  • Presideatul Address of Mr. George Wilkinson, (437), 511
  • MANCHESTEU SECTION—
  • First Meeting, Mr. T. L. Miller’s Address, (471)

Institution of Engineers, The Cleveland:

  • First Meeting, (474)
  • Presidential Address of Mr. J. U. Harrison, 523
  • Steel Works, Prodactive Efficiency cf, Mr. James Waite, 658

Institution of Engineers, Junior:

  • Bryan, Mr. W. B., Elected President for Next Session, (2b2); His Presidential Address on Water Supply, (404), (460)
  • Structural Design of Engineering Factories, Mr. A. Hunter, (562)
  • Summer Meeting, Programme, 7, 48
  • Visits to the Northtleec Works, (334), and to Olympia Exhibition, (404)
  • Visit to the London County Council Generating Station, Greenwich, (535)
  • Visits to Great Northern, Brompton and Piccadilly Railway, (618); Honor Oak Reservoirs, (611)

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders :

  • GHADUATE SECTION—
  • First General Meeting of the Session and Visit to the Works of Messrs. Palmer and Co. at Jarrow, (404)
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Scottish:
  • First General Meeting, Presidental Address of Mr. das. Gilchrist, 445
  • Gis Engines and Suction Gas Plants, Mr. Hugh Campbel], (640)
  • Steam Turbine in Land and Marine Work, Development and Present Status, of Mr. E. M, Speakman, (640)

Institution of Mechanical Engineers:

  • Appointment of Mr. E. P. Martin to Represent tnem on tae Main Committee of the Eogi* neeriug Standards Committee, (11)
  • Blast-furuace Blowing Engines, Development of, Mr. D. E. Roberts, 202
  • Coal'shippiug Appliances and Hydraulic Power Plant at the Alexandra Docks and Railway, Monmouthshire, Mr. Macaulay, 123
  • D. nner, 140
  • Eugints, Development of Blast-furnace Blowing, Mr. Roberts, 123
  • Lighting of Railway Premises, Indoor and Outdoor, Mr. H. Fowler, 635, 663
  • Mechanical Appliances used in the Shipping of Coal at Penarih Dock, Mr. T. Hurry Riches and Mr. T. E. Heywood, 123
  • Mechanical Equipment of Collieries, Mr. E. M. Hann, 418
  • Opening Sessional Meeting and Election of Mr. W. H. Allen, 417
  • Railway Motor Car Traffic, Mr. T. Hurry Riches and Mr. S. B. Haslam, 140, (370), 417, 424, 432, 433, 456, 467
  • Steam as a Motive Power for Public Service Vehicles, Mr. Thos. Clarkson, 519, 634, 659, (660), 573, 681, 634
  • Summer Meeting and Programme, 20,123
  • Testing Machines in Suutn Wales, Lirge, Mr. J. H. Wicksteed, 139
  • Tin-plates, Manufacture of, Mr. R. B. Thomas, 139, 228
  • Visits to Bute Docks and Penarth Docks, &c., 124, 140
  • GRADUATES ASSOCIATION—
  • First Meeting, Manufacture of Brass Wire, Mr. E. J. Bjlton, (409), 485
  • Locomotive Firing, Mr. Gaston de Launay, (523) Up-to-date Milling Machinery, Mr. A. B. Symons, (614)

Institution of Mining Engineers:

  • Annual General Meeting, The Seventeenth, Papers to be Read, (232), 303
  • Gypsum and its Occurrence in the D jve Valley, T. T. Wynne, 303

Institution of Mining and Metallurgy;

  • Awards for Recent Work, (397)
  • Instrument tor Adding Fractions, Mr. J. W. Taylor, 456
  • Invention, Assumption and Theory in, 329
  • Invention, Apparent Frequency in Development or, (449)
  • Prospecting in Transbaikalia, by R. Farina. 306 ’

Iron and Steel:

  • Behaviour of, under Weak Periodic Magnetising Forces, Mr. J. M. Baldwin, (603)
  • Boom, Cause of, (666)
  • Casting Weighing 105 Tuns, W. Allis, Milwaukee, (423)
  • Casting, The Largest ever Made in the United States, (371)
  • Casting Weighing 133 Tons, Milwaukee Foundry, (603)
  • China, Making of Iron in, (371)
  • Exports and Trade, Ore and Pig and Manufactured—see Letters from our own Correspondents
  • Galvanised, How to Cause Paint to Adhere Firmly to it, (171)
  • German Iron Industry, Progress of the, (2341. (423)
  • Improvements in Rolling, Mr. J. E. York on. 116
  • Industry, Age of the, in England, Sweden, and America, (171)
  • Industry, Gorman, Proof of fits Progress, (171) Ireland, New Industry for, 484
  • Iron, Effect of Electrical Oscillations on, bv Dr. W. H. Eccles, (65)
  • Ore Discoveries, Derbyshire, 662
  • Ore Production, 426 Smelting in India, Native, Mr. C. M Weld, 332
  • Iron and Steel, Deformation and Fracture of,
  • Mr. W. Rosenhain on, 164 from Corrosion, Electropositive Coatings for Protecting, Mr. S. Cowper Coles on,185
  • Three Prominent D.fferences between, (219)
  • Trade Prices, 299
  • Lancashire Pig, in 1906, 665
  • Metallic, when Melted with Copper or Brass Part Eaters the Alloy and becomes Chemically Combined and the Remainder Separates in Nodules, (171)
  • Mexico, Durango Mountain of almost Solid Iron, (527)
  • Ore in Togo, Africa, Large Deposits of, (119) Output in France, Statistics, 1906, (577) Pig Iron Production, Canada, (527)
  • in Belgium, Half-year’s Make, (119) Despatched to Belgium from Northamptonshire, (171)
  • Output in Great Britain, (269)
  • in the United States, 151 (219)
  • Pipes, World’s Record for Manufacture of lin. Wrought, (145)
  • ‘‘Prehistoric,” The ‘‘Industrial World” on, (171)
  • Pressed Kits, Difference in Size to be allowed for each Inch in Diameter, (295)
  • Prices and Wages, 14
  • Roc Paddling Process, The, 115 Romance of Iron and Steel, The, 278 Russian, Exports of, 621
  • Rusting of, (219)
  • Smelting of Canadian Iron Ores by the Electro- thermic Process, Dr. E. Haanel, (117)
  • Steel and Concrete Wharves at Manila, 141 Foundry, Stockton, (157)
  • Influence of Cold on the Strength of, 197, (251)
  • Ingots, Segregation in, Mr. J. E. Stead on, 164
  • in the Big Wheel, Earl’s Court, and Steel of the Montagu, Fate of the, (655)
  • German Exports of Semi-manufactured, 504
  • at Liquid Air Temperature, Experiments at the Watertown Arsenal, Mass., On, (37)
  • Magnetic Indicator of Temperature for Hardening, Mr. Wm. Taylor on, 164
  • Mild, C. E. Stromeyer, (445); A. Gussett on, (483)
  • Plain Carbon Manganese, Tensile Strength and Elastic Limit of Raised 65 percent, by an Addition of Vanadium, (oOl) Plastic or Elastic, 179
  • Prices, Syndicate Control of, 657 for Reinforcing Concrete, United States, 227
  • Russian Rail, (195) Soft, 483—r^’ers to Steel, Mild, 445 Syndicate, The German, 213
  • Tube Trade of Scotland and England, Combination Agreed Upon by the, (269)
  • Two Papers on, by Mr. J. E. Stead and Mr. H. D. Hibbaid, 451
  • Vault, Large, 128
  • Works Consolidation in Germany, 324 ;
  • Sheffield, 422
  • in the United States, Improvements to, 340
  • Japanese Imperial, (242) Productive Efficiency of, Mr. Jas. Waite on the, 658
  • Strength of Cast Iron, 251
  • Swedish Iron Ore Export, 607 Vanadium Deposit in Peru, (37)
  • IRRIGATION in Madras Presidency, (145) Results in India for 1904-1905, (527)
  • Scheme for New South Wales, (603)
  • in the Western States of America, Increasing, and Good Results, (145)
  • Italian Industries, Leader on, 529
  • Italian Industries, No. IX., Textile Industries, Cotton, 3; No. X., Wool, 91, 97 ; No. XL, Hemp, Flax, and Jute, 265, 266, 267; No. Xll., Dyeing and Printing, 363; No. XtlL, Paper, 420, 421 ; No. XIV., Sugar, 493, 502
  • Ivory African and Asiatic, (501)
  • JAPAN, British and American Import of
  • Machinery into, (371) Industrial Expansion, (348) New Tariff of, (449)
  • Johnson Service Company, 240, Fourth Avenue, New York, 636
  • Joppa and Portobello, Promenade, (475)
  • KAY, Mr. John, Memorial at Bury to, (655)
  • Kay, Mr. Kay, 167
  • Korn, Prof., Photography at a Distance, (551)
  • Krupp, Firm of F., Contemplated Erection of a
  • Technico-Physical Laboratory, (295)

Labour News, Strikes and Labour Questions:

  • AUSTRIAN Law .
  • Collieries to Nine Hours, Result of, (93) *“
  • Belgian Law Forbidding Sunday Work from Midnight to Midnight, (93)
  • Cleveland Miners’ Wages, (50)
  • X iT&aSAT’’ <««>?
  • Colliers’ Application for an Advance, (514) (538) ’
  • Lmigration to San Francisco, Drawbacks of (397) ’
  • Against Strike Losses,
  • Labour News, Strikes, and Wagres
  • Employers’ Obligation to Find Work, The, 82 Engineers’Wages, Teesside, (105), (513) Female Labour and Pay, Strabane Board of Guardians, (397)
  • Hauliers Trouble at Cwmbran, (436)
  • Labour Department of the Board of Trade, Memorandum Prepared by, (655) Troubles, 122 Unrest, ^0
  • Machine and Hand Labour, Comparative Cost of, (195)
  • Mining Engineers, Openings for, (486) Non-unionist Difficulty, The, (460), (488) North-Eastern Railway Wages, (50), (106) Northumberland Coalowners on the Result of an Eight Hours’ Bill, (219)
  • Northumberland Miners and the Eight Hours’ Act, (37)
  • Railwaymen’s Congress, (368)
  • Rates of Wages and Hours of Labour, 342 Statistics, Foreign Labour, 215 “Strikebreaker” Farley and the Steel Car Strike in San Francisco, 348
  • Strike, Welsh Miners’ 248, (256), (307), (334) in Yorkshire Colliery, their Cost, 223, (256)
  • and Lock-outs, Report on, (171) on Teesside, Platers’, (665) Teesside Shipyards, (460), (487), (537), (587), (615), (641)
  • Surface Labour at Collieries, (52)
  • Swansea Docks Dispute Ended by Wages Advance, (665)
  • Trades Disputes Bill, 41, 147, 163, 399, 445, 478
  • Transvaal, Labour and Gold in the, 118 Unskilled Labour, 60
  • Wages, Cleveland Ironstone Miners’, (435),
  • (487) ,
  • Colliers, Advance Requested, (460), (488)
  • Engineering, (357). (458) Engineer^’, (105). (512), (513), 536 Ironworkers’, (586) Moulders’, (357), (383), (459)
  • Question, Birmingham, Chester, (407), (486); Coast, (407) Welsh Collieries and Unionism. (514)
  • Whitworth Syndicate, The, 385
  • Women Tracers at the Elswick Works, their Value, (501)
  • Women Workers’ Union in Chain-making-Industry, (655)
  • Work on the Footplate, Claims of the Engine-drivers and Firemen, 606
  • Working Time Consumed by Disputes in 1905, (171) '
  • Workmen and Pensions, 272
  • Yorkshire Miners’ Association, Amended Wages Scheme Considered, (615)
  • LANCASHIRE Boilers, 504
  • Late Repentance, A, 505 Lathe Spindles, 466, 536
  • Lead Poisoning in Pontypridd, Due to Leaden Water Pipes, (269)

Leaders:

  • AEther Rights, 324
  • American Warship Design, 632
  • Armament of Warships, Primary, 221 Armour-plate in Italy, 298
  • Atomic Theory, Farther Development of, 581
  • Beit Bequests and the Cape to Cairo Railway, 96
  • Boiler Insurance, 529
  • Boilers, Flash, 655
  • British Works Abroad, 198
  • Cardiff Docks, Future of, 350
  • Clyde Strike, The, 478, 505, 530
  • Coal Consumption by Locomotives, 633
  • Coal Trade, The Export, 453
  • Coefficient of Uncertainty, The, 248
  • Colliery Strikes in Yorkshire, Cost of, 223 Contractors’ Liabilities, 14
  • Corrosion, 39
  • Discussions, Conduct of, 581
  • District Railway, The, 400
  • Electric Lamps, 149
  • Electric Traction on Railways, 198
  • Electrical Contracts, Municipal, 197
  • Electricity for London, 14, 461, 479, 606
  • Electricity Works and Nuisances, 122
  • Explosives, Manufacture of, 68
  • Export Trade, The, 40
  • Exports of Machinery and Steam Engines, 375 Ferro-concrete and Official Conservatism, 504 Fool’s Paradise, A, (L.C.C.*s Accounts), 401 French Marine, 579
  • Naval Programme, The, 373 Submarine Lutin, The, 401, 426 German Engineering, Financial Aspects of, 147
  • German Exports of Semi-manufactured Steel, 504
  • Grantham Railway Accident, The, 323, 607, 631
  • Greater Britain and Preferentialism, 41
  • Harbour of Refuge, Proposed New, 324
  • H.M.S. Dreadnought, 376
  • H.M.S. Montagu, Salvage of, 97, 148
  • Ides of March, The, 453
  • Indian Railways, 40
  • Industrial Works on the Coast, 478
  • Iron Ore Production, 426
  • Prices and Wages, 14 and Steel Outlook, 554 Trade Prices, 299
  • Italian Industries, 529
  • Japanese Railways, 41
  • Labour Troubles, 122
  • Labour Unrest, 350
  • Lancashire Boilers, 504
  • Locomotives, Compound, 271
  • Cylinders, The Proportions of, 298
  • Engines, Design of, 222
  • London County Council, Electric Tramways, 173, 463, 504
  • Electricity, 14, 451, 479, 606 The Port of, 452
  • Traffic, 13
  • Machine Tool, Future of the, 657
  • Modern Theories and the Conservation of Energy, 530
  • Motor Car Commission, 96
  • Car in 1896 and 1906, 503
  • Car Taxation, 298
  • Omnibus Accidents, 68
  • Vehicles, Heavy, 173
  • Municipal Accounts, 553
  • National Physical Laboratory, The. 95. 658 Naval Stokers, 479
  • Navy Estimates, 121
  • North Sea-Baltic Ship Canal. 68
  • Ocean Passenger Steamers, 374
  • Ocean Problem, 247
  • Patent Law Reform, 554
  • Platinum Position, The, 427
  • Power, Cost of, 477
  • Power and Effort, 221— see 251 Rail Syndicate, International, 580 Railway Accidents, Some Inexplicable, 400
  • Equipment in Relation to Traffic 40 Fog Signalling, 580 ’
  • of the United Kingdom, 297, 350
  • Roads and Motor Cars, 148
  • Royal Agricultural Society, The, 15 Royal Commission on Motor Cars, 121
  • Ku^ia Market fcr Machinery, Present Day,
  • Salisbury Derailment. The, 13, 67, 349 Scottish Shipbuilding, 581
  • Shipbuilding in Germany, 426
  • Speed Restrictions on Railway, 401
  • Spring Wheels, 272
  • Standardisation of Error, 247
  • Steam Omnibus, The, 631
  • Steel, 451
  • Influence of Cold on the Strength of 197—see 261 ’
  • Mild, 426
  • Prices, Syndicate Control of, 667 Works Consolidation in Germany, 324 Works, Productive Efficiency of 658
  • Suction Producer Trials, 605, 659
  • Supply of Power, The, 97
  • Surface Condensation, 96
  • Swedish Iron Ore Export, 607
  • Syndicate Control cf Steel Prices, 657 Telegraphy, Conference on Wireless, 375
  • Trade and the Naval Macmuvres, 39 Trade Disputes Bill, 41. 147, 399, 478, 581 Trusts and the Law, 452
  • Twixt Two Opinions, 13, 67
  • United States Export Methods, 374
  • Welsh Miners’ Strike, The, 248
  • Work on the Footplate, 606
  • Workmen and Pensions, 272

Legal Intelligence:

  • Power Supply Contract,
  • Birmingham Small Arms Company, Special
  • Le^al Department Established by, (397) Hentley v. Metcalfe, Supply of Power 97 Moyle V. The Powell-Dutfryn Steam Coal Company, (588)

Letters to the Editor:

  • Aire and Calder Navigation, Gerald Fitz- Gibbon, 445
  • Armour and its Attack, W. E, Edwards, 278
  • Assumption and Theory m Invention, A Theorist, 329
  • Autimatic Couplings, H, W. Everard, 294’
  • Bathometer and H.M.S. Montagne, Sir W. Siemens and the, Stephen Harding Terrv *153
  • Boilers, Flash, John Riekie, 585 *
  • Bridge over the River Tome, W. Hugh Woodcock, 445
  • Cams, The Design of, W. 0. Horsenaill, 19, ICO Cement, Wanted, A Special, T. K., ICO Centrifugal Problem, A, A. B. C.. 657 ; M F
  • FitzGerald, 585; C. T. P., 585; A. G. H *
  • 585 ; Wm. Jno. Tennant, 663 ; C. F. Dendv Marshall, 663 ; X, Y. Z, 602; L. S. D. 602^
  • A. B. C., Geo. M. Seabroke, C. T. P., Arnola Maude, Roy L. Drew, Andre E. Langer. 637
  • Channel Tunnel, J. B, W,, 557 ”
  • Commercial Organisation of Engineering Factories, W. O. Horsnaill, 19, 100; Henry
  • Spencer, 19, 45
  • Davies Boiler, W. H. Booth, 45
  • District Railway, The, M. Inst. C.E., 445 Deadlock of the Projected Novgorod-Moscow
  • Railway Line, Kinnika, 431
  • Derailments, De Silva, 261
  • Derailment of Engines, R. R. Smith, 377, 404 Design of Plate Girders, W. E. Lilly 261 • i Author of the Article on. (190), 251 ’
  • Dreadnought, C. K. Pain, 378; U. B., 404 Earthquake, The Recent, C. Davison, 19
  • E. R. A.’s of the Royal Naval Reserve. E.R.A. and R.N.R., 278
  • Engines, Peculiarities of Trip Gear. Chas. Hurst, 483
  • Engines, Trip Gear, for Dick, Hargreaves and Co., Limited, 536
  • En^neering Specifications, Robt. Hammond. 535
  • Ferro-concrete, Bennett H. Brough, 657
  • Fog Signalling, Astonished, 602
  • Grantham Accident, Justice, C. S., E. E. R.
  • Tratman, B. K. Field, 329; Clement E. ^^2, 509, 636; R. M. S.. 344 ;
  • 431; F. W. Brewer,
  • o ^,’r 536; F. W. Brewer,
  • 444 ; A Locomotive Fireman, 663
  • High Speeds on Short Radius Curves, C. R. K., 344, 378 ’
  • Horse and Engine Power, John Batey, 444 ; {see G. M. Seabroke’s Letter, 483)
  • Horse and Engine Power, Geo, M. Seabroke, 483, 636 ; John Batey, 509
  • Irish Light Railways, Andw. Spence, 6 Khedive’s Yacht Mahroussa, John E. Elmslie, 536
  • Lathe Spindles, F. R. G., 536
  • Level Books, F. C. Cooper, 602
  • Limit Gauges, Geo. Blair, (247), 378 Lloyd 8 Annual Reports, Fenchurch, 557 Locomotive, Balanced Regulator Valve on
  • Adriatic Compound, A. Campbell, 404
  • Belgian, Engineering Supplies, Limited, 294
  • Bodmer’s Balanced, H. T. W. I 602
  • Building Up-to-date, H. R. de Salis, 445
  • Locomotive, Compound, R. F. T., 294
  • Compound, The Late Mr. F. W. Webb, and see Webb, Mr. F. W., and Compound Locomotives
  • Cylinders, Proportions of D. X., 329; John Riekie, 557
  • Development on British Railways, C. F, Dendy Marshall,
  • Dovelopment, Links in, C S. ,227 Double Bogie, E. E. R. Tratman, 329
  • Economy, Progress, 662 Efficiency, J. Jones, 344 ; D. X-, 404
  • Performance, London and North- Western Railway, Chas. S. Lake, 227
  • Wear of Brasses in Superheated Steam, Tne Author of the Article, 329
  • Marine Engineering, John Batey, 6
  • Motor Omnibus, The, S. R., 72
  • National Physical Laboratory, Yorkshire, 179 Naval Machinery, A Marine Engineer, 278 Patent Law Reform, Inventor, 585
  • Patents, Examination of. Patentee, 445 Perkins Boiler, H. J. Spooner, 602; Loftus,
  • Patton Perkins, 637 J W. G. C., 633
  • Power Consumption of Rock Drills, J. W.
  • Power and Effort, Crankie, 278
  • Railroad Nomenclature, Evacastes A. Phipson, 509
  • Railway Accidents, Unexplained: B., 403;
  • F. W. Brewer, 100, 536; A. D., 100; C. W. H., 203, 251, 329, 378 ; F. M. Jones, 344 ; James Keith, 19, 45, 328; G. E. L., 377 ; C. F. Dendy Marshall, 444, 483, 509 ; C. R. 0., 403 ; J. B. Prosser, 483; John Riekie, 99, 153, 278, 414, 483, 536 ; Clement E. Stretton, 45, 127, 179, 227, 294, 344, 431; Geo. WilJans, 509
  • Railway Commissioners of New South Wale®, Sydney, 378
  • Romance of Steel and Iron, The, Tujhre, 278
  • Salisbury Accident, H. W. Geare, 127 ; W. C. Kernot, 344
  • Salisbury Accident, The, John Riekie, 45; Basil K. Field, 72. 100; James Keith, 100; Sam. J. Sammerson, 100
  • Screw Propeller Losses, An Old Subscriber, 445 ; Frank Foster, 153
  • Screw Propeller, The, Arthur Rigg, 127
  • Silt and Scour, C. E., 445—see pages 391 and 667
  • Simplon Tunnel, C. Davison, 19
  • South African Notes, Pioneer, 404—see page 174, Road and Rolling Stock of Underground Railways
  • South-Eastern and Chatham Railway Expresses, H. Dixon Hewitt, 100
  • Standardisation of Error, J. D., 278
  • Steam Omnibus, The, J. Johnston, 662; E. W. Rheppee, 662
  • Sloan Turbine Eugineering, Whittaker and Co., 294
  • Steel, Mild, C. E. Stromeyer, 445
  • Plastic or Elastic, H. T. D., 179
  • Soft, A. Gussett, 483—see Steel, Mdd, 445
  • Strength of Cast Iron, W. J. Millar, 251
  • Suction Gas Producers, J. and 0. G. Pierson, 509
  • Tractive Effort, J S. V. Bickford, 251 Trades Disputes, ‘‘Bar Strikes,” 153, 445 Underground Surveys, A. B. Chatwood, 567 Value of One Horse power, Inquirer, 163 Velocity of Water through a Contracted Pipe,
  • Herbert Purday, 557—see page 391
  • Victoria Falls Power Scheme, H. T. Davey, Sydney F. Walker, 637
  • Webb, Mr. F. W., and Compound Locomotives, Lawford H. Fry, 44, 100 ; K., 45, 72, 127; Observer, 127; F. W. Brewer, 99, 179 ; F. A. L., 18. 72 ; Questor, 19, 45 ; S. M., 19 ; G. D. S., 44; John Riekie, 99, 278 ; A. Mallet, 100
  • Winding Engines, Winding, 431 ; C. J. Mawhood, 404—referring to page 363 ; S. L. Thacker, 431 ; Young Engineer, 431 ; Alec, 431

Letters from our own Correspondents:

  • Africa, South, Notes from, 22, 152, 279, 428, 575, 636
  • American Engineering News, 64, 175, 227, 320
  • America, Notes from, 24, 78, 132, ,158, 182, 232, 256, 282, 308, 334. 382, 408, 436, 460, 488, 538, 561, 588, 616, 664
  • Australian Notes, 329, 39o, 434, 562, 614
  • England, North of, 23, 49, 77, 105, 131, 157, 181, 205, 231, 255,
  • 407, 436, 459, 487, 640, 665
  • Germany, 24, 61, 79, 232, 256, 282, 308, 515, 538, 564, 589, 616, 642, 666
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 22, 48, 76, 104, 130, 166, 180, 204, 230, 254, 280, 306, 332, 356, 382, 406, 434, 468, 486, 512, 536, 562, 586, 614, 640, 666
  • Lancashire, 22, 49, 76, 105, 130, 156, 180, 204, 230, 254, 280, 306, 332, 366, 383, 406, 434, 459, 486, 512, 536, 662, 686, 614, 640, 665
  • Scotland, 23, 50, 78, 106, 131, 167, 181, 206, 231, 255, 281, 307, 333, 357, 384, 407, 435, 460, 487, 513, 537, 663, 588, 615, 640, 666
  • Sheffield, 22, 49, 77, 105, 130, 156, 181, 205, 230, 255, 280, 306, 333, 356, 383, 407, 436, 459, 487, 513, 537, 562, 587, 615, 640, 665
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 24, 50, 78, 106, 131, 157, 182, 206, 231, 255, 281, 307, 334, 358, 384, 408, 436, 460, 488, 514, 638, 563, 688, 616,642, 666
  • LEVEL Book, The, 536, 585, (602)
  • Lighthouses, Equipment of all the Trinity House, with the Kitson System of Petroleum Incandescent Lighting, (171)
  • Lighthouses on Lake Ladoga, (119)
  • Lightning Conductors, Mr. Alfred Hands on, 624 Lightning, More Men than Women Killed by, (145)
  • Liquefaction of Air, (249)
  • Liquid Air Factory at Los Angeles, (145)

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

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  • Adjustment of Observations by the Method of Least Squares, Thomas W. Wright, (98)
  • Air Compressors and Blowing Engines, Charles H. Innes, (474), 648
  • Alternating Currents, Text-book for Students of Eugineering, C. G. Lamb, (474)
  • Alternating Currents, Treatise on tbe Theory of, Alexander Russell, Vol. II., (622)
  • American Blue-book, Genevieve C. and Basil Bancroft, (126)
  • AmerikanischeEisenbahnwerkstiitten, Professor H. Reissner, 282
  • Ammonia and its Compounds, J. Grossmann. (416)
  • Analysis, Concise and Explanato.-y, Q lalitative, H. J. H. Fenton, (622)
  • Armstrong College Calendar, 1906-1907, (392)
  • Artillery and Explosives, by Sir Andrew Noble, Bart., (392), 531
  • Attrition Teets of Road-making Stones, E. J. Lovegrove, (474)
  • Automobile Handbook, The, (15)
  • Automobilism, History of the First Ten Years of, 1896-1906, Lord Montagu, (622)
  • Bailey’s Handbook of Useful Information, (649)
  • Bailey’s Tables of Distances from Pott to Port (596)
  • Bayern, Darstellung aus der Gssohichte det Technik der Industrie und Landwirthschafc in, R. Oldenbourg, 351
  • Blast Furnace Calculations and Tables for Furnaoemen and Engineers, J, L. Stevenson (223)
  • Boilers, Steam ; Their Management and Working on Land and Sea, James Peattie, (622)
  • Bread and Butter Studies and their Relation to the Higher Elucat ou of Workmen, William Ripper, (622)
  • Bridgework, Anatomy of, W. H. Thorne, (649) ’
  • British Canals, E. A. Pratt, (69)
  • Motor Tourists’ A B C, W. Gray Nixon and R. J. Mecredy, (126)
  • Trad e Year-book,1906, J oh n H olt S oho ol - ing, (596)
  • Building Contracts, Building Leases, and B lilj- ing Statutes, J. B. Mathews and W. V. Ball, (622)
  • Building Mechanics’ Ready Reference, H. G. Richey, (649)
  • Business Blue-oook, The, (15)
  • Calculus, First Steps in the, A. F. Van der Hey den, (351)
  • Cams, and the Principle of their Construction, George Jepson, (474)
  • Canadian Trade Index, (576)
  • Carboni Fossili Inglesi, Dr. Guglielmo Gherardi, (126)
  • Carpentry, Modern Practical, George Ellis. (474)
  • Chemical Engineering, Elements of, J. Grossmann, (69)
  • Chemistry of Paint and Paint Vehicles. C. H Hall, (361) ’
  • Practical Methods of Inorganic, F. Mollwo Perkin, (351)
  • Service, Vivian B. Lewes and J. S. S. Brame, (622)
  • City Roads and Pavements, Wm. Pierson Judson, (126)
  • Class List and Index of Periodical Publications in the Patent-office Library, (126)
  • ClassiHcation of Alternate-current Motors V. A. Fynn, (351) '
  • Clays: Their Occurrences, Properties, and Uses, with Special Reference to those of the United States, Heinrich Ries, (622)
  • Clayworkers’ Handbook, The, by the Author of “ Tne Chemistry of Clayworaing,” (262)
  • Clive’s Mathematical Tables, London, W. B Clive, (392) ’
  • Clive’s New Shilling Arithmetic, by William Briggs, (392)
  • Colliery Working and Management, H. F. Bulman and R, A. S, Redmayne, (69)
  • Concrete Blocks, Manufacturing Processes and Machines, (149)
  • Conduction of Electricity through Gases, J J Thomson, (392)
  • Ccntinuous-currentDynamoDesign,B16mentary Principles of, H. M. Hobart, (392)
  • Copper, A Century of, Nicol Brown and C. C Turnbull, (223)
  • Corrosion and Protection of Metals, A Humboldt Sexton,(69)
  • Cotton, Its Cultivating, Marketing, Manufacture, and the Problems of the Cotton World, C. W. Burkett and C. H. Pol, (392) Dampfmasohinen - Techniker, Hilfsbuoh liir Josef Hzabek, 287 ’
  • Decimal Coinage, Weights and Measures, Should this Country Adopt them, Edwin Anthony, (126), (223)
  • Determinants in the Historical Order of Dsvelopment, Theory of Thos. Muir, 416
  • Dictionary of Engineering Terms in Eoglish and Spanish, Andr6s J. R. V. Garcia, (16)
  • Directory of Railway Officials, Universal, (242) Drainage Problems of the East, Vols. I. and 11 C. C. James, (392)
  • Druck auf den Spurzapfen der Reaktions- turbinen und Kreiselpumpen, Dr, Karl Kobes, 622
  • Dynamo Design, Elementary Principles of Continuous-current, H. M. Hobart, 582
  • Economics of Railroad Construction, W. Lorinir Webb, (649) ’
  • Electric Lighting, Guide to, S. Bottone, (474) Machine Design, Horace Field Parshal and H. M, Hobart, (15)
  • Power Transmission, Louis Bell, (161) Railway Test Commission, Report of to the President of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 15
  • Electrical Engineering in Theory and Practice,
  • G. D. Aspinall Parr, 262
  • Litepatup© {continued}:
  • Electrical Nature of Matters and Kadioactivity,
  • H. C. Jenes, (474)
  • “ Electrician ” Wireman's, Linesman's, and Mains Superintendent’s Pocket-book, 1906- 1907, 649
  • Electricity, Applied, Paley Yorke, (351) in Homes and Workshops, Sydney P. Walker, (93)
  • Meters, H. G. Solomon, 648 Meters; Their Construction and Management, C. H. W. Gerhardt, (161)
  • Electron Theory, The, A Popular Introduction to the New Theory of Electricity and Mag- netism, E. E. Fournier d’Albe, (392). 505 Eacyclopicli t of Practical Engineering and Allied Trades, J. G. Horner, (223)
  • Energy Chart, Practical App’ications to Reciprocating Steam Engines, Captain H. Riall bankey, 223
  • Engineering and Electric Traction Pocket-book, 1906, P. Dawson, (596) Standards Committee; Standard Specification for Structural Steel for Bridges and General , Buildiog Construction, (161) '
  • in the United States, FrankFoster, (622) ’ I
  • Engineer’s Sketch-book of Mechanicals, Movements, Devices, &e., Thos. W. Barber,
  • Engines, Gas and Oil, Practical Treatise of, Fred, Glover, (474)
  • Fighting Ships, 1906-1907, F. T. Jane, (126) with Floors, A Floor of Reinforced Concrete, by the Patent Indented Steel Bar Company, Limited, (622)
  • Fire Tests with Glass, by Mississippi Wire Glass Company, The British Fire Prevention Committee, (555)
  • Five-figure Mathematical Tables. A. Du Prb Denning, (392)
  • Fowlers Electrical Engineer’s Handbook and Directory of Light, Power, and Traction Stations, (596)
  • Farnaces, Industrial, and Methods of Control, Emilio Damour, (125)
  • Garbage Crematories in America. W. M Venable, (223)
  • Gas Producer, J. E, Dowson and A. T. Barter, (474)
  • Directory and Statistics, 1906, (651)
  • L-^ons sur la Production and
  • 1 Utilisation, L. Marchd?, 242
  • Geodesy and Least Squares, Text-book on, Chas. L. Crandall, (622)
  • Geological Survey of England and Wales: Country Round Macclesfield, Congleton, Crewe and Middlewich, T. J. Pocock, (622)
  • Geometry of Curves and Ruled Surfaces, Pro- J active Differential, E. J. Wilcznski, (223)
  • Geometry, Elementary Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Euclid, S. 0. Andrew, (474)
  • German Scientific and Technological Reader, Vols. i. and ii., E. Classen and J. Lust- garten, (392)
  • Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College Calendar for the Session 1906-1907, (223)
  • Gold Dredging, Capt. C. C. Longridge, (15) Homeland Reference Book, Where to Live Round London (North Side), Prescott Row. (474) ’
  • Heresies of Sea Power, F. T. Jane, (15), 416 Hot-water Systems, Experiments on, A. Sayers, (149)
  • Hydraulics, Manual of, R. Busquet, (416) Hydrographic Surveying Methods, Tables and Forms of Notes, Sam. H. Lea, (223)
  • Ice Formation, with Special Reference to Anchor Ice and Frazil, H. T. Barnes, (622) I Grandi Trafori Alpini, Frejus, San Gottardo, Sempione ed Altre Gallerie, by Ing. G. B. Biadego, 161
  • “Indian and Eastern Engineer” Year-book for 1907,(596)
  • Indicator Diagrams for Marine Engines. W. C. McGibbon, (287)
  • Indicator Hand-book, The, Parts I. and II . C. N. Pickworth, (416)
  • Institute, Iron and Steel, Journal of, Vol. Hi.. B. H. Brough (474)
  • Institute of Naval Architects, Transactions of. R. W. Dana, (474)
  • Institution of E'.ectrical Engineers, Journal of the, Geo. C. Lloyd, (474) Mechanical Engineers, Minutes of the Proceedings of, Parts I, and IL, (622)
  • Mechanical Engineers, Proceedings of, Part HI.—IV., (126) Interest Calculator, The Concise. A. M. Camp- bell,(15) j
  • Iron, Steel, and Fireproof Construction, P. N. i Hashiek, (649)
  • Laboratory Work in Electrical Engineering, John Roberts, jun., (622)
  • Law and Practice relating to Letters Patsnt for Inventions, R. Frost, (555)
  • Lettering for Draughtsmen, Engineers, and Students, Chas. W. Reinhardt, (126)
  • Libau to Tsushima, Narrative of the Voyage of Admiral Rojdestvensky’s Fleet to the Eastern Seas, wich Detailed Account of the Dogger Bank Incident, by E. S. Politovsky, Translated by Major F. R. Godfrey, (262) Liverpool Engineering Society, Transactions of. Vol, xxviii., R. C. F. Annetfc, (351)
  • London, Guide for the Visitor, Sportsman, and Naturalist, J. W. Kundall, (474) (North Side), Where to Live Round, Prescott Row, (126)
  • University Guide, The, 1907, (474)
  • Machine Tools, Modern American, C. H. Benjamin, (622)
  • Magnetism and Electricity, Elementary Experimental, Wm. Allanach, (392)
  • Marine Engineers and how to Become One, E. G. Constantine, (474)
  • Marine Steam Engine, R. Sennett and H. J. Oram, (622)
  • Maschinenkunde fiirChemiker, A. von Theriog. 648
  • Masonry Arches, Symmetrieak Malvord A. Howe, (622)
  • ^lechanical Drawings, Elements of, Alf. A, Titsworth, (622)
  • Lltepatup© (eontinued):
  • Mechanical Drawing, Universal Dictionary of. Geo. H. Follows, (622)
  • “Mechanical World,” The, Pocket Diary and Year-book for 1907, (649)
  • Mechanics, Elementary Manual of Applied Andrew Jamieson, (474) '
  • Mechanics’ Problems, Frank B. Sanborn, (474) Metals, Soldering, Brazing, and the Joining of. Thos. Bolas, (474)
  • Michigan College of Mines, 190.5 1906, Annonce- ment of Courses for 1906-1907, (392)
  • Microscope, Principles of. Being a Handbook to the Microscope, Sir A. E. Wright, (622)
  • Military Engineering, Examinations in. Major B. C, Heath, (474)
  • Modern Buildings : Their Planning, Construction, and Equipment, G. A. T. Middleton, 287
  • Monumenta Pulver!a Pyrii, Oscar Guttman, 598 Motor Car, Making of a, Douglas Leechman, (596)
  • Car Repairing, Practical, Eric W. Walford, (15)
  • Vehicles and Motors: Design, Construction, and Working by Steam, Oil, and Electricity, Vol. ii., W. Worby Beaumont, 41
  • Motor! a Giz, Vittoria Galzavara, (126) Municipal Refuse, Disposal of, H. de B. Parsons, (474)
  • Naval Annual for 1906, J. Griffin and Co,, 69 Naval Pocket-book, Geoffrey S. Laird Clowes, (161)
  • Navy, Troth about the, with an Account of the Development of the German Fleet, (622)
  • Nitro-explosives, Gerald Sanford, (474) Patent Law and the New Practice, Tne Inven tot’s Guide to, Jas. Roberts, (622)
  • Patternmaking, Practical, P, W. Barrows, (126) Polyphase Machinery, Modern, Andrew Stewart, (149)
  • Radioactive Transformations, E. Rutherford, (474)
  • Railway Traffic, The Law relating to, Thomas Waghorn, (622)
  • Rainfall, British, 190,5, Hugh Robt. Mill, (555) Rsgulations relating to the Royal College of Science, the Royal School of Mines, &c. &c., (555) ’
  • Reinforced Concrete Construction, A. W, Buel and C, S, Hill, (622)
  • Reinforced Concrete, F. D. Warren, (474) Revenue Report (Triennial) of the Public Works Department, Irrigation Branch, Madras, (392)
  • Rhodes’s Steamship Guide, Thos. Rhodes, (351) Rhodesia Review, Independent Quarterly for Settlers and Shareholders, Percy Lindley, (15)
  • Royal Navy List and Naval Recorder, Witherbv and Co., (622)
  • Sammelkorper (Massengiiter) Teohnische Hiilf- mittel zur Beforderung und Ligerung. von M, Buhle, 111, Theil, 582 “
  • Sanitary Engineering, Elements of, MansBeld Merriman, (622)
  • Scottish Industrial and Social History in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuriss, Amelia Hutchinson Stirling, (622)
  • Sea Power, Heresies of, Fred. J. Jane, (15) (416)
  • Slide Rule, A Practical Manual, C. N. Pickworth, (287)
  • South Wales Institute of Engineers, Proceedings of, Publi.shed by the Institute, (351) Spurzipfen dor Reaktionsturbinen nnd Kreisel- pumpen, Druok auf den. Dr. Karl Kobes, (474)
  • Steam Turbine Engineering, by T. Stevens and H. M. Hobart, 161, (294)
  • Steam Users, Handbook for, Powis Bale, (474) Steel Works, Structural, 1906 Edition, 242 Surveying, Principles and Practice of, C. B. Breed and G. L. Hosmer, (622)
  • Surveying, Railroad Surveying, Geodesy, Pro blems in, H. C. Ives and H. £, Hilts, (622) Syllabus and Lists of Apparatus Applicable to Schools and Classes other than Elementary Issued by the Board of Education, (361) ’
  • Tables of Five-place Squares and Logarithms of Feet, Inches, &c,, S. D. Inskip, (649)
  • Technik der Industrie und Landwirthsohaft in Bayern Darstellungen aus der Gasohichte der, (262)
  • Teehnisohe Hiilfsmittel zur Befiirderung und Lagerung von Sammol-Korpern (Massen- giitern). Part HL, M. Buhle, (474)
  • Terminal Cost Accounts, A, 6. Nisbet, (351)
  • Theory of Sets of Points, W. H. and Grace Chisholm Young, (223)
  • Theta-phi Diagram Practically Applied to Steam, Gas. Oil and Air Engines, Henry A, Golding, (474)
  • Tides and Waves, Practical Manual W H Wheeler, 149
  • Time and Clocks, Description of Ancient and Modern Methods of Measuring Time, H. H. Cunynghame, 555
  • Time-tables on a New and SimpliHed Plan. Thomas Reader, (474)
  • Trigonometry for Beginners, J. W, Mercer, (474)
  • Turbine, The Marine Steam, Practical Description of the Parsons’ Marine Turbine, J, W. Sothern, (474) The Schulz Steam, for Land and Marine Purposes, Max Dietrich, (474)
  • Theory of the Steam, Alexander Jude, (555), 647
  • W. II. Stuart Garnett, (69)
  • Turbinen iiir Wasserkraft Betrieb, A. Pfarr, (622)
  • University College, Bristol, Calendar for the Session 1906-7, (351) College Calendar, 1906-1907, (474) Correspondence College, The Calendar, 1905-6, (126)
  • Valley of Zermatt and the Matterliorii : A Guide, Ed. Whymper, (126)
  • Water-softening and Treatment, Condensing Plant, Feed Pumps, and Heaters, William Booth, 262
  • ^(622)^^ Manual of, Fred. Collins,
  • LLOYD’S Annual Reports, 557
  • Look, A New Form of, the Margewood Look Company, Limited, 279
  • Loftus Perkins, 637, 663
  • London County CjunciVs Accounts, A Pool’s Paradise, 401
  • on Deteriorating Effect of Smoke of Large Towns on Health, (629)
  • Finance Committee’s Strong Opinion” as to not Absolutely Necessary Expenditure, (419)
  • New Thoroughfare from Tower Bridge to Stepney, (269) and the “Paris in London” Scheme, (371)
  • Tramway Reports and Accounts of the, 453
  • Works Committee’s Half-yearly Return, (100)
  • Electricity, 13, 21
  • School of Economics and Political Science, Forthcoming Lectures, 334
  • Traffic, 13
  • Longhurst, Mr. Geo.. (550)
  • Lottermoser, Prof., Notes on Colloids, 645 Lubrication, Flake Graphite, Tested by Prof. Goss, (65)
  • Lundy Island, Suggested Refuge at, 583

Machine Tools:

  • Automatic Machines, Messrs. Dean, Smith and Grace, Limited, 63
  • “ Bamag ” Drill Head, The, 561
  • Copper Ore Crushing Machine, Hadfield Steel Foundry Company, Limited, 510
  • Design, by Prof. J. T. Nicolson and Mr. Dempster Smith, 110, 185, 466, 467, 522, 541, 567, 591
  • Drill Head, A Multiple, 0. N. Beck, 561
  • Drilling Machine, Electrically-driven Radial, Wm. Aiqnith, 429
  • Electrically-driven Planing Machines, Power Required to Operate, (527)
  • Eogineering Exhibition at Olympia, 301
  • File-testing Machine, E. G. Herbert, Limited, 320
  • I’iah-plato Punching, Francis Berry and Sons, 204
  • Flanging Press, 600-Ton, Vaushall aud West Hydraulic Engineering Company, Limited, 21
  • Future of, 657
  • Gear-cutting Machines, 576, 578
  • Gear-cutting Machines, The Dubose Bevel Gear Shaper, Cunliffe and Croom’s Small Gearcutting Machine, 520, 521
  • Grinding and Gear-cutting, Dean, Smith and Grace, Limited, 66
  • Hydraulic Riveter, Frame for 174ft. Gap, Largest Casting ever made, (371)
  • Industry, Johnstone, (232)
  • Lathe, Chinese, 662
  • Department, Turret, Messrs. Dean, Smith and Grace, Limited, 63 Driving-wheel Tire, Niles, Bement and Pond Company, 661
  • 18in. High-speed, Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, 301 Spindles, 466, 536
  • Beariogs for Small, 591 Turning, British and American Import of, into Japan, (371)
  • Light Colour for, (397)
  • Locomotive Frame-plate Slotting Machine, Fairbairn, McPherson and Co., Limited, 120, 124
  • Measuring Machine, The Shaw, 73
  • Milling, Dean, Smith and Grace, Limited, 66
  • Milling, Vertical and Horizontal, Messrs. Dsan, Smith and Grace, Limited, 63
  • Moulding Machine, Universal, Tho?. Middleton and Co., Limited, 662
  • Paint-mixing and Grinding Plant, Follows and Bite, 466
  • Painting of Machine Tools a Light Colour, Advantages in United States Locomotive Repairing Shop, (379), (397)
  • Planing Machines, Electrically-driven, Power Retpired to Operate them, (335)
  • Power Consumption of Rock Drills, 371, 445
  • Rock Drill (SHn.), Horse-power Required at the Compressor, (371)
  • R:ck Drills at South Kersington, Models of, I 217 I
  • Rolling Mill, The York, 294 '
  • Second-hand (280)
  • Spindles, Machine Tool Design, 466, 536
  • Turning, Dean, Smith and Grace, Limited, 66 Valve Grinding Machine, Alf. Herbert, Limited, 378, 379
  • Vertical Tapping Machine, Messrs. Chas. Winn and Co. ,430
  • Weighing Machine, Large Single, H. Pooley and Son, Limited, 586
  • Wheel and Axle Press, 300-Ton, C. and A. Musker, 403
  • Wheelwright, Improved General, A. Ransome and Co., Limited, 2^7
  • Wire-drawing Machine, Mr. Hodgson, 352 Worth Valley Tool Works, Keighley, Djan, Smith and Grace, Limited, 62, 63
  • MACHINERY Exported from the United States, (195)
  • McPherson, Mr. H. S., (251)
  • Magnet Windings of Uninsulated Wire Proved Feasible by Use of Aluminium Wire, (577)
  • Magnetic Observatory at E:kdale Muir, Dum- (riesshire, (449)
  • Magnetic Pole, Captain Amundsen Believes he has Located the North, (423)
  • Malay States, The Federated, 543
  • Manchester’s Garden City, (603)
  • Manila, Health Conditions in the Citv of, 649
  • Maosergh Club, The, (483)
  • Mantles, Fabric for, German Patent for Spinning Artificial Threads, (501)
  • Manufacturing Institntions of St. Louis, The, (11) Mariner’s Compass Card, F. H. Collins, 640 Master Cutler The “Forfeit Feast,” (23)
  • Mathieson. Mr. John, (167)
  • Mauve, .fiibilee of Sir W. Perkins’ Discovery of the Dye-stuff, (243)
  • May, Mr. Francis J. C., 61
  • Measuring Machine, A New, Professor P. D, Shaw’s, 73 _
  • Mechanics, Teaching by Experiment, Mr. C. K, Ashford on, 166
  • Meetings, Forthcoming, 422, 443, 474, 509 Melbourne, Skating Floor and Cold Storage Beneath,(219)

Metals;

  • Alloys, Bearing, by Alfred Suggate, 418, 441 A French, for Coating Sheet Iron, (269)
  • of Certain. Formed by Electric Depc- sition, (93)
  • by Electro-Metallurgy, M. Girod’s Paper on Making, (629)
  • of Lead, Tin, and Bismuth, (577) Sterline, (577)
  • Aluminium Castings with Fine Surfaces, How to Obtain, (397)
  • Paper for Packing Made of, (119) Silver for Parts of Typewriters
  • Exposed to Corrosion, (527) Works at Kinlochleven, Scheme for Erection of, (243)
  • Antimony, The Properties and Uses of, When added to Lead has a Hardening Effect upon it, (348)
  • Brass, Antimony added to some Bronze Mixtures, (93)
  • Brass Wire, Manufacture of, Mr. E. J. Bolton, 485
  • Bronze Fittirgs for Buildings, An Increasiog Industry, (629)
  • Bronze, Manganese v. Aluminium, (171) Cadmium as Protective Coating for Iron, (219) Calcium, Interesting Property of, (577) Chromium in the Coal Measures of L’bge, (145) Electrolytic Deposition, Alioysof Metals formed by,(93)
  • Gold Output from Gold Coast, (219) Output in the Transvaal, 118, 279 and Silver Discovered North of the Hudson Bay Watershed, (219)
  • Gold or Silver Solution in a Porcelain Basin Evaporating, Some is Absorbed by the Porcelain, How ths Deficiency is Recovered, (171)
  • Mercury Deposit, Carinthia, (145) Metallurgical Works, Ural, Common Sales
  • OfiEiee to be Formed, (119)
  • Motel Metal, Natural Alloy of Nickel and Copper, (371)
  • Nickel Wire at High Temperatures, Structural Changes in. Dr. A. C. H. Carpenter on, 164
  • Platinum Position, The, 427
  • Sodium the Greatest Conductivity per Unit of Weight of Common Metals, (551)
  • Sodium as Substitute for Copper for Electric Conductors, (551)
  • Sterline, An Alloy, (577)
  • Tantalum the Hardest, with the Exception of Steel, Manufacturing Process in Germany, (11), (171), 423
  • Tantalum, i?ens of, (269); Lamp, (295): Melting Point of, (321)
  • Testing the Elastic Limit of, New Method Described by Mr. Guillery, (295)
  • Testing their Resistance to Corrosion by Exhaust Gases from Gas Engines, (295)
  • Tin-plates, Manufacture of, Mr. B. Beaumont Thomas, 139, 228 and Terne Plates, (93)
  • Result of the High Price of, (93)
  • Tungsten, Its Value for Incandescent Lamps, (397)
  • Compounds and their Uses, (501) and Manganese, M. G. Arrivant on the Pure Alloys of, (475)
  • Vanadium in the Coal Measures of L-.fe-e, (145) Vanadium Deposit in Peru to be Developed by Pittsburg Capitalists, (37)
  • Zinc Works on Teesside, New, (23), (407) METHYLATED Spirit, Only Two Kinds Recognised by the Excise Authorities, (269) Metric System, The, 319
  • Adopted by Kynoch L’mited, (423)
  • Mr. J. H. Wick&teed’s Resolution, 586
  • Loss to British Manufacturers by not Adopting, (276)
  • Milk, Sterilisation of, Prof. Behring’s New Method, (371)
  • Mill, Cotton, Furter and Co.’s, 4 Spinning, Conegliano, 3 Wool-weaving at Schio, Italy, 91, 97

Minerals:

  • ANTIMONY Mines, Corsica, (655)
  • Bauxite Deposits in India, (65)
  • Denny, Mr. G. A., on Mining in South Africa, and Working Costs, 152
  • Graphite, Ceylon, (397)
  • Iron Ore District in Spain, Important, (195)
  • Iron Ore in Togo, Africa, Large Deposits of, (119) _ ’
  • Lead and Zinc Ore Deposits occur mostly in Dolomite or Limestone Country Rock, (629)
  • Lime-silica, Series of, Paper on the, (449) Magnesium Oxide, Poysical Properties of Fused, Messrs. Goodwin and Mailev on (371) ’
  • Magnetic Iron Ore, no Monetary Value Attaches now, but has One Property in Common with Radium, to, (195)
  • Manganese Found in Russia, Rich Deposits of (603)
  • Ore Deposits in Trans-Caucasia. (655) '
  • Export from India, (577) Mysore State, (655)
  • Industry in the Caucasus, Decline of the, (295)
  • Molybdenum Mine, British Columbia, (93)
  • Our Mineral Statistics, 650 Production of the Dominion of Canada, (371) Radio-Thorium from Thorium Salts, Isolating, (371)
  • Radium Discovered in Quebec, (145)
  • Radium C., Velocity cf the a Particle Emitted at Various Parts of its Path by, (348)
  • Sheet Mica Output, 1905, United States, (603) Talc Output in France, (423)
  • Tin Ore in India, (196)
  • Total Value of, Raised in this Country, 1905, (475)
  • Tungsten and Manganese, (475); Tungsten Compounds and their Uses, (501)

Mines and Mining* News :

  • Drainage, 356; Electricity in Mines, (407) International Mining Conference, 1908, 45 Magnesite Mines of South Africa, 274 Natal, Mining Industry of, (449), (475) Miners and the Coal Tax, 280
  • Miners Working Underground, Air Required by,(551)
  • Mining Enterprises, Ecuador, (171)
  • South Africa, 279, 575
  • Transbaikalia, Prcspocting in, R. Farrina on, 305
  • Transvaal, 279, 575
  • Water Hoist for Mines, American, 320
  • MINT, Annual Report of the Deputy-Master and Comptroller, (11)
  • Model Villages for Coalminers, 150
  • Morocco, Possible, New Industries for, Owing to Greater Facilities for Acquiring Land in, (603) Moss, Calorific Value of ‘'Sphagnum,” the Swedish White Moss, (321)

Motor Boats and Vehicles, and all Matters Relating thereto:

  • Act, Tenth Anniversary of its Coming into Operation to be Celebrated by the Motor Union, (348)
  • American Builders Adhere to the Air-cooled Explosion Engine, (655)
  • American Motor Cars, The United Kingdom still the Best Customer for, (501)
  • Armoured Motor Car for the Tsar, (397)
  • Assessment of, Plying for Hire, to ihe Local Rates Ruled Out of Order by the Mayor of Stoke Newington, (475)
  • Australia, Number of Cars in Private Use in, (655)
  • Autobuses, Paris, (269)
  • Automobile Club of America, Alcohol Fuel Consumption Test, (19)
  • Competition to be Opened for Testing Devices for Obviating Accidents Caused by Slippery Roads, (527)
  • Driving Certificate, Coldstream Guardsmen entered for the Examination, (195); Examination at Olympia Exhibition, (501)
  • Formula issued to Serve as a Rating for Internal Combustion Engines Used in Motor Car Work, (501)
  • International Tourist Trophy Race, Isle of Man, (51) ; Prizes for Tar-distributing Machines, (93) Exports, French, (93) Mail-collecting Wagon for Pittsburg, (219)
  • Road Services in Italy, (332)
  • Boats for Canal and River Service, M. Fernez Arranges Engines and Paddles on a Platform, (397)
  • British Empire Motor Trades Alliance, Limited, Second Annual Dinner, (370)
  • Export Trade Increasing, (397) Motor Boat Club’s Regatta, (219) Motor Boat Club Second Annual Dinner, (501)
  • Cab, A New, Mr. T. Ridge, (106)
  • Capital Invested in this Country in the Motor Car Industry, (269)
  • Car Commission, The, 96, 117, 121, 173, (449) in Japan, Cost and Prohibitive Duty, (348) to be Taxed in Germany, (171)
  • Carriage for the Canadian Pacific Railway, 347 Census Taken by the “Autocar,” Third Annual, (93); Statement Corrected by Mr. E. Shrapnell Smith, (119)
  • Darracq Eight-cylinder, World’s Record held by, (348)
  • Darracq-Serpollet Steam Omnibus, (171), (195), (295)
  • Driving, Technical Classes for Instruction of Marines and Soldiers io, (251)
  • Dust Laying Experiments, Lancashire, (159); Birmingham, with Oil Gas Tar, (254)
  • Laying Preparation, Tried in Essex, (65); Prizes for the Best Tar-distributing Machines, (93)
  • Prevention, Taafalt, New Road Material. 379
  • Effects of the Motor Car on British Trade. (295) ’
  • Electric Automobile and Cab Line for Buffalo Projected, (603)
  • Emancipation Day, Suggested Meet of Commercial Vehicles, (347)
  • Exhibition at Olympia. (501), 524, 547-550 Factory at Coventry, New, (93)
  • Fishing Boat. The First in South African Waters, (348)
  • Fishing Boats in Demand in Norway, (348)
  • France, Number of Motor Cars which Paid Tax in 1905, (603)
  • French Extra-Parliamentary Commission on Automobiles, (599)
  • Heavy Motor Vehicles, 173
  • London, (119), (24o)
  • Insurance of Members’ Cars by the Motor Union (449) ’
  • Isle of Man, International Tourist Trophy Race for, (321), (358), (397)
  • Launch, Petrol, Messrs. J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 74
  • Leader on the Motor Car in 1896 and 1906 in this Country, 503
  • Legislation on, (449) Lombardy, Motor Car Industry in, (11) Mail Van Services, Extension of, (371) Malaga Little Ground for Introducing Horse- less Traction, (11) °
  • Medical Men Agitate against Increased Taxa- tion of their, (423) ic.xa
  • Motor Barges, 536
  • Omnibuses Some Commercial Aspects of, Mr. A. A. Campbell Swinton, 640 ’'“id?*®; <=“>
  • Motor Boatsand Vehicles, and all Matters Relating* thereto {coniinucfJ);
  • Motor Union, The, (449)
  • and the Action of the Great Eastern Railway Company with Regard to their Bridges, (561) and the Royal Commission on Motor Traffic, Conference to be Convened,(371)
  • at Scarborough, Yorkshire, Gathering of, (219)
  • Steps to do away with Exhaust Cut-outs on Motor Cars, (11); Prizes for Tat-distributing Machines, (93)
  • Vehicles Registered in London, October, 1906, (603); People Killed by, Compared with the Number Killed by Horse-drawn Vehicles, (603)
  • Motorists at Nantwich, Unusual Ending to a Police Prosecution of a, (423)
  • Naphtha a Substitute for Petrol as Fuel for, (423)
  • Omnibuses in Barcelona, (449)
  • in Birmingham, Fixed Stopping Places for, (449)
  • Bodies Built during the Year, (219) British-built, imperted into New York, (219)
  • Darracq-Sorpollot Steam, (171), (195), (295)
  • Hersfeid and Treysa, (348)
  • in London, (371); ExperimeuHng with Paraffin Carburetters, (629); Decision of Police Commigsioner respecting the Differential Casing, (449)
  • in London, Skidding of, and the Dangers, (423); Effective Total cf, (449): Working Hours and Mileage Travelled, (449)
  • Public Run in Osaka and Nagoya, Repairing a Difficulty, (348) Outside Manchester, Nuisance Caused by, and Licences Cancelled, (295), (329), (371)
  • Service, Torquay, Reduction in Cost of Working, (603)
  • Sum Spent by the London Road Car Company on Repairs and Renewals, (348)
  • Traffic in Munich, (348) Trial at Leeds of a, (203) Without White Light in Front, Driver at Bath Summoned for Driving, (423)
  • Petrol Motor Car, A New, 480, 481
  • Petrol, 25 H.P., Sidney Straker and Squire, Limited, 394
  • Post Line, Hersfeid and Treysa, (348) Potteries, The Motor Service for Conveying Pottery Goods to Liverpool, (321)
  • Power and Effort, 221, 251, 278 Public Motor Vehicles, 274
  • Railway Motor Car Traffic, Mr. T. H. Riches and Mr. G. B. Haslam on, 140, (370)
  • Railway Motor Cars in the Forties, 225 Rating of Motor Car Engines, (449)
  • Rf-gistration of, Applications Dealt with in May by the London County Conncil, (93), (119) I Roads and Motor Cars, 148
  • Royal Commission on Motor Cars, 96, 117, 121, 156. 173, (269), 274, (371), (449)
  • Scottish Automobile Club Reports on the Darracq-Serpollet Steam Omnibus, (295)
  • Scottish Trials of Touring Motor Cars, Best Performance on the Fuel Consumption Basi>, (119), 130
  • Search Light, Brooke’s, 429
  • Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Meeting of, (371); Examination forthe Automobile Club’s Driving Certificates, (501) Speed Limit at Guildford for, 664
  • Steam as a Motive Power for Public Service Vehicles, Mr. Thos. Clarkson on, 519, 634, 559, 673, 581, 634
  • Motor Car, Rexer Arms Company, 392 Omnibus, J. Johnston and E. W, Sheppee on, 662
  • Taxation of, 285, 298
  • Testing Plant for Automobiles, Purdue University, 430
  • Tire Material, A New, The Elastes Company, 635
  • Tourist Trophy Race, Isle of Man, Cars Entered for, Some with Petrol Engines, and Some with Magneto Ignition Apparatus, (243) Tractive Effort, 221, 251, 278
  • Trade, Messrs. Alldays and Onions’, (512) Vans and Wagons, (356)
  • Wagons, Brakes on, (246)
  • MOUNTAIN Peaks, Royal Names Given to, by the Duke of the Abruzzi, (171)
  • Municipal Accounts, 553
  • Muspratt Laboratory, Liverpool University, 381 Mustard and Weeds in Wheat Fields, Destruction of, (37)
  • NAPHTHA, as Fuel for Motor Cars. (423)
  • National Physical Laboratory, (11), 1)5, 102, 171), 658

Naval Engineer Appointments:

  • 6, 61, 132, 203, 284, 2^4, 317, 284, 389, 445 509, 618
  • NEWALL Data Card, The, (642)
  • Newspaper Printing Plant, Mr. D. Carlaw on, (614)
  • Newton, Mr. Cbas. C., 10
  • New York, Observatory and Nautical Museum to be Founded in, (603)
  • New Zealand, Auckland, Works to be Undertaken, (219)
  • Nitrate Supply in Chili still Abundant, (501) Nitrogen, Fixation of Atmospheric, 285

Obituary:

  • OCEAN Problem, An, 247

Oil:

  • Borneo, Production, (427)
  • Burma Oilfields, Bulk System of Transport and Distribution, (195)
  • Burma Oil, Cheapness of, (219)
  • Creosote Exported to New Orlean?, (145)
  • Fields, the California, New Process of Pumping Heavy Oils from, (348)
  • Oil as Fuel for American Vessels, Experiments concerning its Use, (37)
  • Fuel for American "Vessels, (37)
  • Fuel for Naval Purposes: The Admiralty Orders Statement to be Prepared showing Value of, (269) ’
  • Licence Refused to Hotel-keeper for Storage and Salo of Petrol, (295) -
  • Petroleum Industry, North Amerlci, (219) (427); Roumanian, (119), (427)
  • Petroleum on the Transcaucasian Railway ' Export Duty to be Lowered, (171)
  • Pipes from Batoum to Baku, (551)
  • Relative Value of Local Coal and Crude, Tests Made in California, (11)
  • Russian Oil Trade, Baku Revives, (616) Production, (427), (551) Turkestan, (145)
  • Russia, The Oil and Coal Industry of, 473
  • United Kingdom Imports, (423)
  • United States Production and Value of. 1904 1905, (501) ’
  • OLDBURY Sewage Disposal Scheme, (130) Omnibus, The First London, and its laventor,
  • Omnibuses, Mr. Douglas Mackenzie on “Public
  • Service Vehicles in the Metropolis,” 458
  • Opal Tiling, New, (45)
  • Optical Lenses ccnsistiog of a Fluid Substance between Two Hard Glass Surfaces, (145)

Ordnance and Firearms:

  • Barrels, Steel, (145) *
  • Birmingham Small Arms Company, Establishment of Special Legal Department, (397) Commences the Manufacture of Motors, (397)
  • Cannon, The Rimailho, at the Mimic Siege of Langres, (269)
  • Firing Experiments at the Montagu, (475)
  • Gun and Carriage, A New 4‘7iD., 619 of the Montagu, Two of the Pour Landed at Pembroke Dockyard, (269) to be used by the United States Navy, after a Series of Tests, (348)
  • Electric Firing, United States Naval Bureau of Ordnance Experiments with New Types of Batteries for, (666)
  • Proving Ground, New, (51)
  • Ranges of 3000, 5900 and 98(X) Yards are obtainable, Degrees of Elevation of Guns at which. (397)
  • Sandy Hook Proving Station, Steel Floating Target, (577)
  • ORDNANCE Survey, The, 138 Ouseburn Calvert, The, 440, 450
  • Outram, Mr. George, (126) Oxygen and Nitrogen, M. Georges Claude’s
  • Apparatus for Separating, (159)
  • PAINT-EARTH Discovered in Winnipeg, (195)
  • Paint-mixing and Grinding Machine, Follows and Bate, 455
  • Panton, Mr. Fred. S., 92
  • Paper, Aluminium Packing, (119)
  • Paris Matliiy Fast Train Service between Paris and Trouville, (335)
  • Patents Act of 1903, Power Vested in the Australian Commission of Patents, (651) Examination of, Patentee, (445) Law Amendment, Deputation to the Board of Trade, (423)
  • Law Reform, 654, 585 *
  • Monopolies and the Sherman Anti-trust Law in United States, (321)
  • Office, United States and Total "Receipts of, Report on the Business of the Year, (655)
  • Unworked, (105)

Patents, Selected American:

  • Alloys, Low Carbon Ferro, E. F. Pries, 160 Anti-vibration Device for Vehicles, O. W. Schaum, 516
  • Armour Plates, Manufacture of, R. A. Hadnela, 490
  • Bell Gear for BW Furnaces, A. Koelkebeck, 360
  • Blower, A. E. Guy, 490
  • Boiler, Water-tube, S. S. Riegel, 516 Brass for Journal-boxes, J. S. Patten, 336 Carbides, Producing, E. F. Price, 234 Carburetter for Gas Engines, T. L. Sturtevant and V. J. Sturtevant, 184
  • Case-hardening Apparatus, /V. W. Machlet, 134
  • Coal-mining Machine, S. N. Migholl, 234 Compressor for Ice Machines, C. W. Miles, 208 Corner Fastening, C. E. Springer, 310
  • Corner Joint for Car Frames, F. Bevan, 590 Coupling, H. C. Chase, 160
  • Cylinder, Jacketed Motor, T. Huber, 284 Dam, Adjustable, F. Pokorny, 310
  • Die Cutter, H. W. O^ler, 490
  • End Thrust-resisting Means for Bearings, J. A, Perkins, 644
  • Eugine, C» E. Cleveland, 666
  • Gas, H. J. Smith, 258
  • Rotary, H. I. Call, 284 Rotary, W. 0. Steel, 134 Steam, J. A. Svenson, 540 Feed-water Heater, D. Halpin, 258 Furnace, L. B. Wbice, 360
  • Blast, M. Mannaberg, 386
  • Gases, Purifying and Re-heating, D. and D. D. Lamond, 566
  • Ingot-heating, Miller and Cole, 134 Metallurgical, G. H. Benjamin, 258
  • Gang-saw Mechanism, T. S. Wilkin, 644 Gas Manufacture, W. H. Adams and F. Powell, 618
  • Producer, W, H. Cone, 410 A. M. Gow, 490
  • Means for Maintaining Heat io, E. Capitaine, 566
  • R?gulatiDg Supply of Steam to, J. Delassue, 336
  • Producing, J. S. Smith, 510
  • Gauge Cook and Safety Valve, A. C. Calder, 644
  • Gear, Transmission, W. L. Buck, 208 Gear Wheel, Sectional, F. Gayer, 208 Ladder, Metallic, E. V. Lynch, 234 Lawn Mower, A. C. Melton, 184 Locomotive, G. A. Bothwell, 516
  • Machine Tools, Work-holder for, C. C. M. Mortensen, 618
  • Magnetic Ore Separator, R. R. Moffatt, 184 Metal, Cylinder for Treating Heatsd, G. H. Benjamin, 618
  • Meter, Liquid, G. W, Ledoux, 386 Motor Car, M. Fischer, 590
  • Suspension, J. E. Webster, 360 Vehicle, M. Fischer, 618
  • Mou’d for Casting Chill-d RcEs, R. H. West, -138
  • Nut Griediug, J. Miller, jun., 310 Ordnance, Trail for, C. P. E. Schneider, 566 Piercing Metallic Ingots, L. D. Davis, 310 Prpe-cutting Tool, Roller, Haas, Gerzdoek and^ Lampel, 258
  • Pipe-bending Machine, G. 11. Reynolds, 284 Piston Rings, Grinding, P. Gaeth, 462 Pressure Gauge, G. Spencer, 360
  • Pump Plunger Packing-box, C. J^. Heiskr, 208
  • Rotary, H. R. Comly, 462 Steam Enfeine Air, W. Wier, 208 Refrigerating Apparatus, W. Brothers, 310 Saw, Metal-cutting, H, R, Geer, 410 Scale, T. J. King, 438
  • Scrap Brass-treating, H, J. Krebs, 386 Shaft, Flexible, M. C. Lockwoed, 360
  • Hanger, C. G. Harrington, 590 for Turbines, J. C. and H. A. Prescott, 310
  • Shafting for Caissons, I'cx, D. E. Moran and J. W. Doty, 310
  • Sighting Machine, B. A. Fiske, 590
  • Spark and Valve-Controlling Device for Explosion Eagines, R. M. Keating, 134
  • Steam Generator, T. Clarkson, 462 Steam Producar, I. H. Boyer, 160
  • Steel Armour-plates, R. A. Hadfield, 644 Superheating Steam, A. Bolton, 310
  • Tools, Composite, H. V. Wille, 386 Tubes, Solid-drawn, E. Bier and A. Hoffmann, 462
  • Tubing, Fkxible Metallic, W. W. Harris, 234 Turbine, Elastic Fluid, Callan and Hamilton, 134
  • C. G. Curtis. 490 R. H R'ce, 234
  • Coupling, E, Brown, 284
  • Governiog Mechanism for, L, R. Emmett, 134
  • Valve Gearfor Steam Engines, C. W. Crawford, 566
  • Vaporising Hydrocarbon Oils, A. Hayes, 540 Water-circulating Apparatus for Boilers, J. N, Barnum, 258
  • Water-level Indicator, L. Kjeru’ff, 336

Patent Specifications, British:

  • Air Compressors, 79, 490, 590
  • Artillery, 133
  • Bearings, 667 Brakes, 107
  • Clutches, 80
  • Dynamometers, 80 Electrical Apparatus, 52, 207, 234, 359, 540, 566, 590
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 25, 51, 79, 107, 133, 183, 207, 233, 257, 309, 335, 385, 438, 461, 489, 515. 539, 565, 617, 667
  • Engines and Boilers, Steam, 25, 51, 107, 159. 207, 233, 257, 233, 309, 409, 437, 461, 489, 515, 565, 643, 667
  • Fans, 336
  • Furnaces, 80, 108, 133
  • Gas Producers, 108, 183, 409, 438, 490, 539 Locomotives, 133, 258, 335, 409, 566, 618 Miscellaneous, 26, 52, 80, 108. 134, 160, 258, 284, 360, 386, 438, 462, 490, 516, 566', 590, 618, 644, 668
  • Motor Boats, 309, 438, 516 Vehicles, Road, 52, 183, 207, 234,
  • Patent Specifications British {continued): Motor, Electric, 410
  • Ordnance, 159, 490, 667
  • Pelton Wheels, 283 Pumps, 233, 284, 310 Centrifugal, 26, 257
  • Rotary, 183
  • Rail and Road Vehicles, 160
  • Railway Couplings, 184
  • and Tramways, 26, 52. 133, 234, 257, 283, 309 336, 385, 489, 589, 643 Rock Drills, 462
  • Ships, 134
  • Ships’ Propellers, 26
  • Small Arms, 644
  • Speed Gear, Variable, 516
  • Steam Valves. 183
  • Submarines, 617
  • Superheaters, 159
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, 160, 410 Tools, Power Hand, 160
  • Turbines, 52, 79,107, 133, 207, 233, 283, 335, 359, 409, 489, 539, 665, 617, 643
  • Valves, 359
  • Variable Speed Gear, 616
  • Warships, 26
  • PEACE, Mr. Hugh Kirkby, 599
  • Peary, Commander, Convinced of the Existence of Land N.W. of Grant Land, (603)
  • Pennsylvania, University of, Engineering Department, (476)
  • Penny Postage for the whole World Suggested bv Germany, 199
  • Pena of Tantalum or its Alloys, American Patent, (269)
  • Perkin, Sir W., Recognition of bis Services to Chemical Industry and Science, (243)
  • Personal and Business Announcements. 25 52 80, 106, 132, 158, 206. 232, 256, 282. 308, 334* 358. 384, 408, 436, 460, 488, 614, 538, 688, 616, 642, 666 ' '
  • PhVipsoD, Mr. Rowland, 328
  • Phipps, Mr. Chas. Walter, 251
  • Photography, Copying by, A Simple Expedient to Obviate the Expensive and Slow Method of, (651)
  • at a Distance, (551) Surveying Deep Bore holes by, (145)
  • Physical Laboratory, National, 95, 102, 179
  • Piers, Dover and Morecambe, (651)
  • Pin Factory, Birmingham, Largest in the World, (677)
  • Pipe Coverings, Heat, Non-conducting Steam. Mr. D. R. MacLachlan, (627)
  • Ploughs, Russian and German in Russia versus British, (93)
  • Power Consumption of Reck Drills. (445)
  • Cost of, 477, 509
  • and Effort, 221, 251, 278
  • Horse and Engine, 444, 483, 509, 536
  • Press, 3C0-Ton Wheel and Axle, C. and A. Musker, Limited, 403
  • Prevention of Corruption Act, The, (527)

Projectiles:

  • Bullets, Jacketed, Tested by United States Ordnance Officers, (171)
  • PROTECTION of Ships against Torpedoes and Mines, 388
  • Proving Ground, New, (51)
  • Pump, Poitable Petrol, Hathorn, Davey and Co., Limited, 506
  • Pumps, Rule whereby to Decide between Turbine or Reciprocating, for a given Service, (348)
  • Pumping Plant for Hongkong. 376, 377
  • Purser, Mr. Edw., 497
  • RADIATION Phenomena and their Bearing on Radiation Pyrometry, Prof. J. B. Henderson, iov
  • Radium, New Element more Powerful in its Action than, Discovered by Prof. Battelli, (93) Radium—also Metals and Minerals

Railways and Tramways: Accidents:

  • American, 334
  • Board of Trade Returns for Three Months ending June 30th, 1906, 1905, (551)
  • British Railways, Accidents to Passengers on, 314 ; Railway Servants, 421
  • Caledonian Railway, Beattock Summit. (371) • Uddington, (371), (423) > \ M
  • Derailments, 251, (627)
  • Grantham, Great Northern, at, 300, 323, 326 to?’ ^83, 509, 536, 568, 607
  • Dol, 000
  • Highgate Tramway, (37), 455
  • India, Assam-Bengal Line, Wagons Blown eff a Siding, (145)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Preston, (371)
  • London and North-Western, Edgehill Station. (419) *
  • Metropolitan District, Major Pringle’s Report on, (37)
  • 1905, CoJ. Sir IF. Jekyll’s Report on, 227’ Number of Collisions and Derailments (219)
  • North-Eastern, Landslide between Thornor and Bardsey, (475)
  • Paris Metropolitan, 392
  • Passenger Train Wrecks Caused by Failure of Brakes to Work, (603)
  • Peterborough, (423)
  • Salisbury Derailniebt. The. 13 18 4G 68 R7
  • 72,^100, (119). 127.’ 314,’34
  • Ulffl), Overturned, (295)
  • Unexplained, 19, 45, 100, 127, 153, 179 203
  • United States, in July, (269); October, (655)
  • United States, West Jersey and Seashore, at Atlantic City, Cause of Derailment, (527)i

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

  • Africa, British Central, Approved by Portuguese Government, (11)
  • British Columbia, (219)
  • Africa, Cape to Cairo, (U), 96, (629) Railway Extension?, (93) of Good Hope, House of Assembly, Bill for New Railway Mileage, (219) Port Elizabeth- AvoatourLine, (295)
  • Extension Pre- -K-r. jects, (423)
  • Nigeria, (11), (92)
  • Or'inge River Colony, Bloemfontein to Kimberley, (219)
  • South-East, Swazi Land, (268)
  • West, Beng ue) la to t he Katanga Mines, (269); to Tanganyika, Extension, (^71)
  • West, Ibdan to Iwo, (449)
  • African, South, New Tariff, 22
  • African, South, Central, Report, (80); Extensions, (93)
  • Australian, 329, (614)
  • British and American, 48
  • Canada, The Grand Trunk, Tests of Compound and Simple Locomotives, (37) Grand Trunk Pacific, New Telegraph System, (37)
  • Pacific System, Twenty-two Branch Railways Sanctioned, (119)
  • Cedar Wood Sleepers. (397)
  • Projected Short Line from Ottawa to Kingston, (527)
  • Engines to be Equipped with Smoke Consumers, (577)
  • Mileage under Construction, (423)
  • Canadian, 211, (219); Construction of Docks : Reclamation of Acres cf Lake Huron, (219)
  • New Railway Construction, (295) Northern’s New Line Opened, (321) Regina and Long Lake Railway Purchased by.
  • System, ThemostRapidly Growing in America, (655)
  • Pacific, Bridge Spanning the Bellv River, (171)
  • New Mileage, (119) Extensions, (243) loiiial Trip cf the Overseas, Limited, (348)
  • Total Mileage, (397)
  • Assumes the Cost of Fire Insurance, (397)
  • Railways to be Paid Subsidies only Road Construction, (295)
  • Channel Tunnel Company’s Bill, (629)
  • Coal Consumed for Locomotive Purno'^es in 1905, 1904, and 1903, (577)
  • Egyptian, Doubling ot Line, (65)
  • Great Central, Appointment of Mr. W P Viccars, (371)
  • Great Eastern, New Type cf Train, Harwich Route to the Continent, (11) ^(3^) Retirement,
  • Action with Regard to Heavy Motor Vehicles Across its Bridges, (551)
  • Third Annual Reunion Dinner of Past and Present Staff of the Locomotive Department, (628)
  • Great Northern, Rateable Value of, in the Hitchin Parishes Reduced, (93)
  • Locomotive Development on, 186, 187
  • Cheap Saturday to Monday Tickets from King’s Cross, .(577)
  • Piccadilly, and Brompton Opened, (577)
  • Great Western’s New Main Line, Opening of, 7
  • Box Tunnel Closed for Repair,
  • Box Tunnel Re-opened. (93) Scheme for Light Railway between Saltash and Callington Abandoned, (93) Development Works at Weymouth, (119)
  • London District, Railway “Halts” in the, 194
  • Extensions, (356)
  • Large Water Trough between Ferryside and Carmarthen Junction, (371)
  • Retirement of Mr. David Hughes, (475)
  • Contract for New Line from Aynho to Ashendon, (501) Non-stop Run from Plymouth to Paddington, (501)
  • Mr. James C. Inglis, Chair- man of the Railway Benevolent Institution, (655) and Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway, Amalgama- §3)
  • Indian, 40
  • Annual Administration Report, (37) Bengal-Nagpur Extension, Experi- (^43)^ Gynaiiiomotor Car,
  • Bengal and North-Western, Bridge Across the Bagmati, (195)
  • Borawar HissarLine Prr jected, (603 Projected Lines (603)
  • Burma to China, (119) ’^’^(S^t^7)Keroseiie Lamps for Signal, Madras and South Mahratta, (11) Midland and Nagda-Muttra, Kali bind Bridge, (551)
  • Mileage Open, Under Construction, and Sanctioned, (577)
  • Indian, Mileage Open and Capital Invested, (295)
  • Nagda-Muttra, (577) North-Western Railway Steam Motor Coach, 64
  • Reduction of Rates for Goods Traffic to or from Persia, (475)
  • Southern Mahratta Line to be Purchased by the Government, (171)
  • Tfichinopoly the Clapham Junction of the South Indian Railway, (603)
  • Irish, (93), (106), 199, 209, (231), 239-242, 273, 286, (308)
  • Dublin, Wicklow and Wexford, Rail Motor Service, (171)
  • Fishguard and Rosslare, (93), (106), 209, (231), 239-242, 273
  • Glenties to Ardara, Co, Donegal, Projected, (577)
  • Great Southern and Western Extension of the Queenstown Branch, (423)
  • New Railway, Connections in Cork, 556 Lancashire and Yorkshire, Rail Motor Service, (195)
  • Motor Train Service between Preston and Hesketh Bank, (321) Mr. J. A. F. Aspinall Elected Chairman of General Managers’ Conference, (501) London and North-Western Mileage, Capital and Annual Revenue of, (65)
  • Engine Drivers
  • Appointment, to the South
  • Assessment of the Company’s Property in Borough of Hampstead. (476)
  • Cost of One Year’s Coal Consumption on,(449)
  • Statistics, (449) Purchase of the Limavady and Dun- given Railway, (527), (577)
  • Best-kept PJatform Gardens, (603)
  • Newcastle-on-Tyne and Alnwick, &c., New Trunk and J auction Lines under Construction, (243)
  • New South Wales, 30, 300
  • Mileage, (348)
  • Important Appointments to be Made, (371)
  • New Lines Projected, (501) Quarter’s Earnings, (603) Now Zealand, Mileage Open, (449) New Zealand, 623 Norfolk and Suffolk, Cromer and Mundesley Line, (93), (118)
  • North British, Mr, J, Stuart, Engine-driver, Presented with the Hepburn Prize by the Royal Scottish Society of Arts, (627)
  • North-Eastern, Wages, (50)
  • Bridge Renewal at Thornaby, (371)
  • Motor Omnibus Service North of Sunderland, (449)
  • New Goods Station at Newcastle, 411, (435)
  • Coal Contract, (564)
  • Retirement of Mr. W. Robinson and his Succession by Mr. E, C. Geddes, (629)
  • Coal Wagon Standage Sidings at Hessle, (655)
  • Scottish, Glasgow and South-Western, Motor Omnibus Services on, (65)
  • Caledonian, Elect: ic-pneumatic Signalling, Glasgow Central Station, (577); Reductions in Steff, Shortened Hours of Labour (577)
  • Traffic on, (655)
  • South-Eastern and Chatham, Expresses. 100 Line Blocked on the Franco- Italian Frontier, (119) Two more Turbine Steamers Ordered, (269) Improvement in Services to the Continent, (375) bpocial Train to the Riviera, December 22nd, (527) and London, Tilbury, and Southend, Projected Tunnel to Connect. (551)
  • United Kingdom, Board of Trade Report on, (295) . ,
  • - Total Amount of Capital Raised in 1905 and 1904 on, (295)
  • - Railways of the, (Leader), 297, 350
  • Weardale Extension, (50)
  • Welsh, (638) Cambrian, (78), (182) Cardiganshire, (171) Rhondda and Swansea and the Great Western, 37, 50, 78, 93, 233 Rhymney, Sir W. T. Lewis Director, (501)
  • Taff Vale. Mr. Thos. Price’s Retirement, (371)
  • Taff Vale, (538)

Railways, Electric, and Lines Electrified:

  • American, Mileage and Capital of, (629) Berlin City, Experimental Line, Oval in Shape, (603)
  • Chicago, in Place of a Cable Railroad, (475) Chicago City, Comparative Tests of Hot Water and Electric Heating, (501)
  • China, Nankai Railway, (397)
  • Great Eastern, Power Station at Stratford, (145)
  • Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton, (577), 597, 598, 604
  • Indiana, Single-phase, (582)
  • Isle of Wight, (577)
  • Italy, (603)
  • Italy, Lake Garda, Preliminazy Contract for, (348)
  • Japan, Moji City and Extension to Hakata, (119)
  • Ofi'aka and Nara, (37), (226) Osaka and Kiato, (366), (397)
  • Leader on Electric Traction on Railways, 193 London, Brighton and South Coast, London Bridge to Victoria, (449)
  • London County Council, Borough and Tooting, (318)
  • Malvern Hills, Sir Henry Grey’s Objections and CompromiRe, (601)
  • Melbourne and District, Proposed Street, (603) Metropolitan, Baker-street and Waterloo,
  • Fares, &c., (93), (400), (445), (449); Mr. Manderlick’s Appointment, (527)
  • Mexborough and Swinton, Trial of the Dalter System, (348)
  • Mexican—Vera Cruz, Mountain Division, (195) Midland, Lancashire, Morecambe and Hey- sham, (127), (145)
  • North-Eastern, Tyneside, Sum Paid for Electric Energy, (195)
  • Paris Metropolitan, Net Annual Receipts, (629) St. Gothard, Electrification of, (601)
  • Single-phase Electric Traction, C. F. Jenkin, 533
  • Spain, Barcelona and Sarria, (348)
  • Swedish, Electrification of all. Electricity Station at the Falls of Gullaspang, (629)
  • Swiss, Cr^mailli^re, St. Gingolph to Grammont, (629)
  • Switzerland, (65)
  • Switzerland, The “Lotschberg” Trunk Line, (105). (269)
  • Tube Railways, The Setting Out of, G. M. Halden, 414, 439, 468, 472, 491. 517
  • United States, Atlanta and Marietta, Ga., (348)
  • Erie, Rochester and Mount Morris, New York, (11), (145)
  • Long Island, Third-rail Service, (423)
  • Mileage in Operation, (603) Milwaukee, Multiple - unit System, (299)
  • New York Central and Hudson, Conversion of 34 Miles of, (348)
  • New York, Newhaven and Hartford, Third-rail Electric Cars taken off, Steam substituted, (145)
  • Pennsylvania, Philadelphia to Atlantic City, 660
  • Volume of Business done by the Street Railways of, (65)

Railways, Foreign:

  • Africa, South-Eastern, Louren9o-Marques,
  • Argentina Railway, 175 Miles Long Without Curve, (183)
  • Amalgamation of Eastern and North- Eastern, and New Line Projected, (397)
  • Lines from Port San Antonio and from Santa F6, Concessions Granted by the Government, (475)
  • Republic, Rosario to Bahia Blacca. (371)
  • Santa F6, Employment of Indians on Coast Lines, (397)
  • Austrian, Projected Developments, (603) Bavarian State, Wireless Telegraphy System on its Trains, (195), (269)
  • Palatine Railways of, Purchased by the Bavarian Government, (243)
  • State Railways, Rail Motor Coach, 380
  • Belgian Receipts Increasing, (195)
  • State, (93) Standard Gauge, (144)
  • Bohemian, Total Mileage of, (501) Bolivia, (79)
  • Bulgaria, Devna to Dobritch, (195) Brazilian, Amalgamation of the Whole System, (243)
  • Madeira and Mamore, (294) North-West, (371)
  • Chile Inca to Copiapo, Inca to Chulo Section, (W)
  • Chile, Rancagua to El Teniente, (397) China, Advantages of, fully Recognised now, (501)
  • Bhamo tn Yuu-an fu, (119) Canton-Kaulung Line, - Negotiations Concluded, (527)
  • China, Che-kiang, (551)
  • Ichang to Khei-chou-fu, (195) North, Formosa, Kelung and Takow, , Nearly Completed, (171)
  • Number of Projected Lines, (475) Opening up of a New Route into, (243), (269)
  • Pekin to Kalgon, (348) Railway Systems of, 140 Shanghai-Nanking Extension, (65) Tonkin to Yunnan Fu Progrehsing, (501)
  • Cuba, (65), (119)
  • Dutch, Haarlemmermeer, (629) Ecuador, Huigra to Cuenca, (449) Finnish and Russian, Plan for Uniting, (11), (145)
  • Finland, (527)
  • Flanders, Western, Sale to the State, (93) France, Eastern of, Nearly Report Favourable, (171)
  • French, Bill for Purchase of the Western Railway by the State, (449)
  • Fast Train between Paris and Trouville for Supplying the Mating (335) New Lines Opened, (582) Paris and Soissons, Doubling of Track, (295)
  • State Purchase of the Western Railway, (603)
  • Strategic Railway, (303) Total Mileage Opened in 1905, and Gross Earnings, (603)
  • Yearly Cost to, of Giving their Workmen a Weekly Day off, (629) German, Government Monopoly of. Complete, (243)
  • South-West zVfiica, Swakopmund to Tsumet Line Completed, (527) State, Traffic Receipts, (218) Greece, Erythrea, Ghinda and Nefasit, (577) Larissa to the Ottoman Frontier, (93) Tnessalian Extensions, (65) Guatemala, The Northern of, (321) Hayti, (119), (145)
  • Plungarian State, Single Petrol-driven Railway Cars with Electric Transmission, (194) Italian, Belluno to the Cadore, (321)
  • Fornovo and Borgo San Dounino, (551) Nardo and Maglie, (321) Rome and Naples, (145) State Railway Prt jects, (577) State, Their Coal Supply to be Bought Direct from Colliery Owners, (243) Japan, Nationalisation Projects, (145) Japanese, 41
  • in 1905, 226
  • Exhibition, Train to Carry Tokyo Merchandise for Sale over 1500 Miles, (423)
  • Government Railway, Mileage, (219) Government, Purchase of Lines by the,(269)
  • Mukden and Fusan, Bridge over the Yalu, (551)
  • Mexican Central, Extensions, (65) Carb(5 and Copete, (295) Mexico City, (295) Projected Line, (269) Teziutlaa to Nantla, (371)
  • Mexico, The Interoceanic ot. Gauge to be Widened, (37) to Vera Cruz, (93)
  • Tehuantepec Line, (93), (577) National Lines of, New Line from San Felipe to Guadelajara, (449)
  • Line from Salvatierra and Yuriapun- daro, (449)
  • Total Mileage, (501) West, Projected, (551) Amalgamation of the Central and National, (629) !
  • Paraguay, (11), (70) Roumania, (28), (145)
  • Russian and Finnish, Plan for Uniting, (11) New Line Projected to the Dombrov Coal Region, (37)
  • New State and Private Lines Projected, (37)
  • Traffic on, (37) Central Asian, (47) South-West, Extensions, (65) Statistics and Returns, (65) ; in 1905, 154 ; Passenger Rates on, Raised, (158)
  • Average Speed cf Goods Trains on, (119)
  • Baltic Sea to Russian Central Railway, (119). :
  • Extension of the Transbaikal to Pokrovskaia, (119)
  • Nicolas Railway Station, (119) Private Capital to be Attracted for New Lines, (119)
  • St. Petersburg to Obukbovo, (119) Vologda and Viatka, Traffic Resumed, (119)
  • Moscow to Reval vid Novgorod, (145) Receipts of, in 1904 and 1905, (295) Siberian, Increased Speed on, (295) Poland, Through Communication between Prussia and Kieffand Rostov- on-the-Don, (475)
  • Moscow to Reval, Projected Line from, (501)
  • Perm to Yekaterinenburg, Work Delayed’through Want of Money, (501), (629)
  • Prizes Offered for International Competition for Best Automatic Coupling, (655)
  • Siberian and Trans-Baikal, Theft Robbery on, (629) Signalling Apparatus now Used “Burglars,” (629)
  • System of Thirkestan with
  • Swiss State, Recommendations of the Manage > ment to Parliament Respecting Reduction of Hours, &c.. (527)
  • Estimates for 1907, (551), (577) Transandean, The Grea% (227) Turkish, Damascus to Medina, (171) Turkey-Smyrna, Extension, (171) Hamah to Aleppo, (195) Smyrna-Aidin, Prolongation of, (321), (527) United States, 48, (93)
  • American Intercontinental, The. 246
  • Boston and Maine, Automatic Block Signalling, (577)
  • Southern California, The Santa F6, Planting of Trees on its Land,(423)
  • Chicago to Kankakee, (145) and North-Western, New Passenger Station, (423)
  • and North - Western, New Line to Lander, Wyo., Opened, (449) Railways, Traffic of, (629)
  • Cincinnati, New Orleans, and Texas Pacific, Lino to Run round Tunnel, (397)
  • Erie, (146) Jersey City and New York, Under-river Communication between. (269)
  • Denver, North - Western, and Pacific, Tonael Miles Long Contemplated, (397)
  • Detro t, Tunnel, (475) Fuel Bill for all, (629)
  • Kansas City, Joint Terminal Station, (146)
  • Maniton and Pike’s Peak or Cogwheel Route, (423)
  • Missouri, Kansas, and Texas, Petrol Railway Motor Car run Experimentally, (397)
  • New York, 203 Level Cressings to be Abolished, (527)
  • Now York, New Haven, and Hartford, Locomotive Repair Shop, Colour of Tools, (397) Oklahoma, Mileage in Operation, (397)
  • Pennsylvanian Lines, Strict Enforcement of Air Brakes, (219) Rates in the Atlantic Seaboard Territory Reduced andTrans- ferable 1000 - Mile Tickets Issued, (219)
  • New Low-grade Freight Line, Firemen Refuse to Run Goods without (243) Tormiual Nernst
  • Lamps for, (397) Locomotive Testing Plant, Altoona, (423)
  • Increase of Wages Ordered, (501) Tunnel under Capitol Hill, Washington, (551)
  • S X Tubes under Construction, (577) New York Tunnels, (625)
  • Southern Tube Opened, (449)
  • Small Proportion of Mileage , Equipped with Block Signals, (527)
  • Total Railway Mileage and Increase in 1905,(527)
  • Total Mileage and Number of Locomotives, of Persons Employed, Tonnage Transported, &c. &c., (449)
  • Union Pacific, Communication between the Engine Driver and Conductor, (119)
  • Valdez—Yukon Extension, (219) Western Virginia, Connecting Railway, (397)
  • Uruguay, Great Eastern, Prolongation of, (11) Valparaiso and Santiago viA Los Andos, (243)

Railways, Light:

  • Buenos Ayres, (375) Burton and Ashby, 22 Cardigan, Lampeter and New Quay, (171) Darlington, Costs per Car Mile, (93) Irish, 6 ; Electric Light, (449)
  • Machrihanish to Campbeltown, (232) Orders Confirmed by the Board of Trade, (65), (93), (182). (371). (397), (449), (476), (655) Petrol Motor Carriages, United States, 422 Saltash and Callington Abandoned, (93) United Kingdom, Total Expenditure on, per Mile, (295)
  • Wales, (488) Woking and Bagshot, (295)

Railways, Locomotives:

  • Acetylene Headlights on the Nord-Beige for, (269)
  • Alcohol, The Largest, under Construction at Deutz, (501)
  • American Experience with Compound, 63 American, Notes on a Census of, 44 Articulated, 427
  • Automatic Train Control, Apparatus Suspended from the Eogino, 176
  • Balancing Reciprocating Engines, 429 Bavarian Railway, Motor Steam Engines on, (423)
  • Bearing Alloys, by Alf. Suggate, 418
  • Belgian Four-cylinder Express, I^a Meuse Type {SupplemeJit, Septentber 1906), 235, (294)
  • Belgium, Modern Locomotive CoDstruction in, 235, (294)
  • Boiler Tubes, American Master Mechanics’ Association, Specifications for, (655) Bodmer’s Balanced, (602)
  • Building up to Date, Mr. H. R. de Salis on, (445)
  • Coal Consumption by, 633
  • Chicago, North-Western Railway’s, to be Furnished with Mechanical Stokers, (551)
  • Combination Single-phase and Direct-current Electric, (171). 214
  • Compound, 18, 44. 45, 72, 99, 100, 294 “Adriatic,” State Railways of Italy [Sicpplementy October' tth^ 1906), 311, 312, 322, 344
  • Anatolian Railway, Goods, 571, 572 Austrian State, Wiener L'»komotiv- Fabriks, Mr, Karl Goelsdorf, (543), 571
  • Leader on, 271
  • Locomotive Practice, Thirty Years of, 259
  • Mallet, 259
  • with Twelve Driving Wheels, Baldwin Works, (321)
  • Articulated Type, Three of the Largest ever Built, Ordered by the Brie Railway, (603)
  • to Surpass all Records for Heavy Locomotives, Ordered for Erie Railway, (655)
  • Prairie Type, 542 and Simple, Tested on the Grand Trunk, (37)
  • Continental, at the Milan Exhibition, 570, 571, 572
  • Cylinders, Proportions of, 298, 329, 558 Derailment of, 377
  • Design of, 222
  • Development on British Railways, 500,518, 585 Double Bogie, 329
  • Economy, 662 Efficiency, J. Jones, 344 Electric, (282)
  • Electric, New York Central, (171), 214 Exported from the United States in July, (295) Four-coupled Express, London and South- Western, D. Drummond, 18
  • Eon r-cyUnder Atlantic, in Hungary, 87i Miles an Hour, (195)
  • Compound, North-Eastern, Mr. Wilson Worsdell, {Supplement, July 2^th^ 1906, also Index to Vol. ci.), 74
  • Componnd, Bavarian State Railways, J. A. Maffei, 94, 98 Express, Great Western, Mr. G. J. Churchward, 178
  • Simple Locomotive, The First in America, 243, (429)
  • Freight. H8 Consolidation Type, Pennsylvania Railway, (651)
  • German-built, in Favour in Japan, (603) Grand Trunk, Smoke Consumers for, (577) Great Northern, The Latest, Chas. Rous- Marten, 619
  • Heaviest Passenger, ever Built, Lake Shore and Michigan Southern, (11)
  • Heavy Shunting, United States, 320 High Speeds on Short Radius Curves, C. R. K., 344 ’
  • Ice, for Lake Calhoun, Minn,, (655)
  • Imports of, into Japan, United Kingdom Holds the Third Place, (397)
  • India, Twelve for the Raiputana-Malway State P.ailway, (476)
  • Large, Made at Munich, Speed 93 Miles an Hour, (196)
  • Links in Locomotive Development, 186, 227
  • London and North-Western, Bogey Tank, Mr. G. Whale, 402 Railway, Locomotive Performance, 227 Works, ~
  • Twenty of a Now Ordere d Express Goods Traffic, (655) Mechanical S cokers on, The Chicago North- Western Railway, (551) North of France, 571, 572
  • Northern Pacific Railway, Prairie Type, American Locomotive Company, {Supplement^ November "Ind, 1906), 446
  • Number on United States Railways, (629) Pennsylvania Railway, Twenty-five Freight H8 Consolidation Type, (651)
  • Roumania, Fifty-seven New Locomotives Ordered, (196) .
  • Roumanian State, Number Owned by, (145) Roundhouse of Novel Design, E. Altoona, (195) Single-expansion Steim, Satisfactory Perform- ances of the American, (655)
  • Six-coupled Bogie Goods, Caledonian Railway, Mr. J. F. McIntosh, 508
  • Bogie Passenger, Caledomau Railway, Mr, J. F. McIntosh, 661 Passenger, United States, 320 Saddle-tank, The Avoaside Engine Company, 635
  • South-Eastern Railway, Mr. H. S. Wainwright’s Latest Express, Chas. Rous-Marten on, 341
  • Standardising, on the American Rxilways, 338 Stephenson’s Old “Invicti” Unveiled at Canterbury, (171)
  • Superheated Steam, Wear of Brasses in, 329 Tachographs for, 29, 30, 31
  • United States Locomotive Rebuilding Works, 176; Locomotive-testing Plant, Pennsylvania Railway, (423)
  • Valve Gear, The Walschaerts’, 620
  • Webb, Mr, F. W., and Compound, 18, 44, 45, 72, 99, 100, 129, 179
  • Work on the Footplate, 606

Railway News, Various, British and Foreign:

  • Amalgamation, Wales, 24
  • American Railways, Novel Device for Attracting the Public, (551)
  • Appointments, Rhymney Railway Directors, Lancashire and Yorkshire, (601)
  • Automatic Train Control, The Raymond- Phillips, 176
  • Automobilists, Speedway ” for, (561) Baker-street and Waterloo and London and South-Western Railway Through Bookings, (243)
  • Balloons for Railway Purposes, Meth-d of Using, (65)
  • Birmingham, Snow-hill Station, Reconstruction and New Railway Bridges Projected, (2*2) Bridge, Kali-Sind, (551)
  • Briquettes for Locomotive Fuel, The Rock Island Railway Company, (65)
  • Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Decision re Fares,
  • Centenaries, Two (Joseph Locke and I. K. Brunel), 126
  • Clearing House, The, 1
  • Coal Contracts, Next Year’s, 550, (562), (564), (641)
  • Fans for Cooling the Air at Brooklyn Bridge Station, (397)
  • Pares on the District Railway, 400
  • General Ten Hours’ Day with Eight Hours for Men in Risky Work, Demand for, (423) Goods Station, The New North-Eastern at Newcastle, 411
  • Great Northern and City Penny-in-the-Slot Machines for Cigarettes and Matches and for Sweetmeats, (171)
  • Heating Apparatus, Comparative Twsts of Hot- Waser and Electric, at Chicago, (501) ladian, East, Passenger Rite per Mile, (145) International Railway Syndicate, 580 Ireland, New Route to. Signalling and Interlocking of the Barrow and Suir Opening Bridges, (243)
  • Kansas, Joint Passenger Terminal Station at, (145)
  • Lamps, Kerosene Instead of Castor Oil, East Indian Railways, (397)
  • Lamps, Nernst, Electric, Pennsylvania Terminal Station, New York, (397)
  • Lighting of Railway Premises, Indoorand Outdoor, Mr. H. Fowler, 635, 663
  • London and North-Western, Damands of the Men and Direc- i tor«’ Reply, , (501) !
  • Bill to Compel Railway Servants to Contribute to Pension Fund,(655)
  • Railway Station, TheNewStreet (512)
  • Superannuation Fund (551) MalhiesoQ, Mr, John, His Estate, (551) Motor Car Traffic, Mr. T. Hurry Riches and
  • Mr. S. B. Haslam, 140, (370). 417, 432
  • New South Wales, Railway Commission Dissolved, Appointment of aChief Commissioner, (171)
  • New South Wales, Railway Commissioners of, 30. 378
  • Paris and Metropolitan Railway Company, Profit-sharing Arrangement between Ciiy of, (11)
  • Prussian State, Testing for Colour Blindness Required, (11)
  • Railroad Nomenclature, (5f9) Railway Club, (561), (614)
  • Some Railway Curiosities, J. F. Gaerns on, (232), (308)
  • Theory and Practice in Locomotive Engineering, Mr. C. Rous-Marten, (404)
  • Companies, “Owners’ Risk,” Rates and Conditions, (436)
  • Companies and their Coal Bills, 352 Equipment in Relation to Traffic, 40 Regulation Acts, (37)
  • Rates, Unreasonabie, Complaints Made to the Board of Trade of, (655)
  • Russian, Central Asian and European Russia, Through Tickets Issued, (171)
  • Russian Ministry of Ways of Communication, Intentions and Measures Taken by, (11), (37), (47). (66). (119), (126)
  • Sm Francisco, Freight Blockade at* (171) Scottish Railway System, Traffic on, and Freedom from Accidents, (655)
  • Signalling, Fog, 580, 602
  • Signalling at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 674, 575 Speed Restrictions on Railways, 401 “Speedway” for Automobilists, Long Island Railway’s Proposed, (561)
  • Street R*ilways of the United States, Business Done by the, (65)
  • Tientsin, Increasing Value of Plant and Material Imported to, (145)
  • Train Indicator for Signal Boxes, United States, 227
  • Transfer Station at Hannoverscb-Muenden, 638 Tunnel under Capitol Hill, Washington, (551) Tunnel, Channel, 558
  • Tunnel under the Thames to Connect Green- hithe and Purfleet, (651)
  • United States, Iowa, Issue of Free Passes Restricted, (171)
  • United States United Railway Company of St. Louis, Re-laying, (243)
  • Weighbridge tor Mashonaland, Messrs. W. and T. Avery, Limited, 448
  • United States Western Roads will Abolish Preferential Rates on Coal to Each Ocher, (213)
  • What is a Railway ? 375
  • United States, Worcester, Mass., Union Station, Plans for. Agreed on, (11)

Railway, Permanent Way:

  • American and Foreign Compared, Mr. A. L. Colby on, 114
  • Belgium, Export of Steel Rails from, (423) Canada, Cedar Wood Sleepers, (397)
  • Device to Prevent Creeping in Rails, Forbes
  • Patent Rail and Grip Nut Syndicate, Limited. 178
  • Screw Spikes with the Thiollier Steel Lining, Experiments with, on the Pennsylvania Lines, («5)
  • Steel, 65,000 Tons of, for the National Transcontinental Railway, (37)
  • (missing lines)
  • Rails Found Buried in band, (321) Tonnage of Steel, Ordered tor Delivery in 1907, (527)

Rolling Stock:

  • Bavarian Rail Motor Coach, 380
  • Brake, The Maximus, 484 ?‘^'I'jkes, Pasienger Tram Wrecks Caused their Failing to Work, (603) “
  • Canadian Wagon Works, 64
  • TLe7“o7th®? T t’’® F'«go and
  • A.K.:Lo/st,"“8r
  • Couplings, Automatic, 294 '
  • ^223?“®*®^ J^e°gal-Nagpur Railway, Electric Lightiog of. Cape Railways f55n COM n ® Cars, American, (171)^
  • .nd aMzse"' ®°”. l™u.d.
  • “ S ““5; “"“'"e«' ™w-
  • '’S “'?JS ““J United
  • Railway Motor Cars in the Forties 2?n Railway Wagon Frcgress, (254) '
  • and borne for Fruit, (269) Disappearance of 1500 Cars on the
  • seeing cXeX^^lM)’”^ Ueniand for Sight- ="ei.w.go„.
  • <'», -a Coach, North-Western Railway,
  • Steel Coal Cars v. Wooden !?«!„• rr, (145) "Ooden, Rffloiency Tested,
  • Tientsin, (145)
  • Stockor('174^-sZ7age 40®!'^ So^h of Pioneer ‘ “ African
  • Cars to
  • United
  • 12,400 Freight Carsf (32?)" "'’‘I®'-®
  • ’Lrmited,"33® Cresham and Craven,
  • '^th"e®k&"£“7itf Broken at

Tramways:

  • American, Mileage and Capital of f69Qi Tramway Association 628
  • Aston Manor, Col H A Australia, (614) ’ ®I“®Pection,(145) ,
  • Beirut, (621)
  • Birmingham, (22) (
  • ’SS'l, 2,’"OM3J"| Knnnlng,
  • Bradford,(219)
  • cfcViSS.’iS.";i“- “-'ey .., (326, Edinburgh, Electrification of, (4751 SSSS'X“(Ssf
  • Halifax, (527) Harborne, (586) 1
  • •< Mr. J. h,
  • Liver- London County Counch,
  • (195); Traffic Re- ceipts from April 29th,%71T'“®“'’®'- ' Question of Halfpenny ,
  • Fares on Northern Lmes, (243) ,
  • ^5^5®^*® J
  • Lines across Westminster and Blackfriars Bridges, (219) through
  • ^“gyell-squares, ^“453“®® ®®'™
  • Subsidised, 427 i
  • London County Council, Thames Embankment Fares, (501)
  • Vauxhall to Brixton- road,(655) Manchester, Parcels Department, Serious Losses io, (821)
  • Manchester, Question of Conveyance of Cycles by Special Cars, (269)
  • Newport, Sunday Traffic Rejected, (371)
  • New York City, Mileage, (295)
  • New York, Tunnels, (625)
  • Osaka City, (371)
  • Oxford, Electrification of, (321)
  • Rossendale Valley, (195)
  • Sheffield, (282)
  • Streatham and Norbury, (219)
  • Thames Embankment, 382, (629) Tokioand Yokohama, (371)
  • United Kingdom, Total Expenditure on, tnr Mile, (295)
  • Uruguay, (348)
  • United States, New York, The First Con structed, (11)
  • Wandsworth to Putney, (219)
  • Wire-rope, for Transporting Iron Ore, (145)
  • Zanzibar, Zebra Traction on, 61
  • RAINFALL in Ecuador, Steady Declining, (17 , Ransome, Mr. Allen, Presentation to, (342) Reading, University College, 454
  • Reed, Sir Edward (with Portrait). 582
  • Road Maintenance and Road Traffic, (76)
  • Road Maintenance, and Tarred Roads in Kent, (321)
  • Roads in the Isle of Wight, Question of the Dripping cf Oil from Motor Cars, (321)
  • Robson, Mr. Hazelton R., 550
  • Rock Drill, 3^in., Horse-power Required at the Compressor, (371) (445)
  • Rock Drills at South Kensington, Models of, 217 Rollers, Steam, Demand f.ir, in Italy, (321) Ropes, Winding, The Factor of Safety of, by J. A. Vaughan, 189, 212
  • Ropeway, Aerial, in Argentina, 654 Rotherhithe Tunnel, 332 Rowan, Mr. Jas., 522
  • Royal Commission on Canals and Waterways. 362, 396, 413

Royal Agricultural Society:

  • Crane, Ellis’ Portable Steam, 17
  • Derby Show, Receipts and Exp0nditu'’e, (577)
  • Dock, Midland Railway Cnmpany’e*, 17
  • Gas Pfcducer Tangye’s, 17
  • Leader relating to, 15
  • Lincoln, Next Year’s Show to be at, (119), (423), (527), 560
  • Liquidator of Park Royal, Limited, Appointed, (527)
  • Roller, Ruston Road, 17
  • Suction Producer Trials, 605
  • Traction Engine, Light, Chas. Burrell and Sons, Limited, 17, 154
  • Wagon, 2-Ton Steam, Mann’s Patent Steam Cart and Wagon Company, Limited, 16
  • Wagons, Steam, Robey and Co., Limited, 16

Royal Institution :

  • Lecture Arrangements before Easter, (588) Members Elected, (588)
  • Monthly Meeting, (443), (480), (588)
  • Signalling to a Distance from Primitive Man to Radiotelegraphy, Mr. W. Duddell’s Christmas Lectures on, (498), (588^, (623)

Royal Meteorological Society:

  • Abnormal Weather of the Past Summer and Some of its Effects, Mr. W. Marriott, 564
  • Guildford Storm of August 2nd, 1906, Admiral J. P. Maclear, (640)
  • Lecture Projects, (79)
  • Metric System in Meie urology, Mr. R. Inwards. (640)

Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow :

  • Limicing Spaed of Vehicle? Moving on Curves &c., Prof. Gray on, (614)

Royal Scottish Society of Arts:

  • Presidential Address of Prof. Hudson Bsare. 521
  • RUBBER Formed from Iz^prene, Prof. W. Dunstan, (171)
  • Producing Plant, GuayaJe, A Newly Discovered, (553)
  • Production, 1903, 1904, (551) Trade in Angola Decreasing, (243)
  • SALT Consumption in India and Sources of Supply, (37)
  • Samples Examined at the Laboratory at Clement’s Inn Passage, (318)
  • Sandwashing Machine, Hardy and Padmore, Limited, 128
  • San Francisco, Elevated Roadway Projected, (219) San Francisco, Fifteen-storey Building with Steol Plate Walls, (93)
  • Saw Industry, America, 1905 and 1900, (577) School Hygiene, International Congress OXH, (614) Sea Erosion Inquiry, The, 18
  • Route to Northern Siberia, 396 Wall, Sunderland, (423) Wall at Joppa, Portobello, (475) Section of Weirs—see Weirs Septic Tank System in America, Its Extensive Adoption, (219)
  • Sericulture in Morocco, (603) Sewage Disposal, Bombay (603)
  • Derby, 651 Scheme, Tipton, (459) Treatment, Huddersfield, (119) Sewerage System, Nice, (107) Shanks, Mr. Alexander, 191 Shaw Measuring Machine, The, 73

Shipbuilding: British, Naval and Mercantile:

  • Armstrong. Whitworth and Co., Limited, Sir W. G . (77). (333)
  • Birrow, (230)
  • Bows to be Fitted to the Latest Development of the Gazelle Type, Ordinary, (352)
  • British, (23), (49)
  • Clyde, (37), (333), (487), 489
  • Clyde Strike—see Labour, &c., Questions English (65), (105), (106), (397), (435), (537) English, August, (295)
  • Hawthorn, Leslie and (1o,, T ami ted, Cnntrants Secured, (157)
  • Laing and Sons, Str Jas., (231)
  • Laing and Sons, Limited, Sir James, Cargv Steamer La Blanca, 382
  • Portsmouth, New Vessel to be Laid Down at, (449)
  • Progress of Warships and Machinery (Jnder Construction in England, 5
  • Scotch, (24), (65), (106), (131). (358), (397), (460), 581
  • Scotch, August, (295)
  • Soott Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Limited, 249
  • Screw Propeller Losses, (445)
  • Screw Propulsion, Mr. W. Pridel on, (474) “Shipbuilder,” Tho First Number of the Quarterly Magazine
  • Smothnrfct, Mr. E., Combined Double Rudder and Steering Gear, 428
  • Steam Craft for Fishermen, Fifeshiro, (577) Stephenson and Co., Afessrs. Robt., (77) Swan, Huntorand Wighara Richardson, I imited, 240
  • Toames, Claims of the, with Regard to Naval, Urged by West Ham, (603)
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim (J7), (333)
  • Yarrow and Co., 31- Knot Destroyer for the Greek Navy, (93)

Shipbuilding, Foreign: Naval and Mercantile:

  • American Warship Design, Naval Constructor Robinson’s Paper on, 632 I
  • French Naval Programme, 373 i
  • Germany, (213), 426 |
  • Germany, Value of Shipbuilding Materials Imported Duty Free, (145)
  • Japan, Navy of, Grant Asked from Parliament, (348)
  • Soain, Naval Programme, (397)
  • United States, A Growing Industry, (629) An Ocean Problem, 247 August Returns, (295) 1906, (65)
  • Steamers to ba Propelled by Curtis Steam Turbines, (93) Torpedo Boat Destroyers for. (119)
  • Traming .Turrets, New Scheme of, (145)
  • Warehip Design and Naval Constructor Robinson’s Papar, 632 Year’s Increase, (243)

Shipping Accidents, British and Foreign :

  • Alim Line Steamship Bazarian, (532)
  • Angler, H.M, Torpedo-boat Destroyer, 852
  • Chatham, Steamship, Blowing up the, 74 Deutschland, The Injured Liner, 180 Essex, Explosion on Beard the, Inquest on the Body of G. Malcomson, (11)
  • French Submarine Lutin, 401, 423, 479
  • Leopard, Destroyer, Collides with Buoy at Davonport, (145)
  • Lloyd’s Itegisfcer Returns, (629)
  • Lloyd’s Ragister of Vessels Totally Lost Condemned, &c., (195)
  • Montagu, Court-martial, The, 186 Prospects of Floating the, (11) Salvage Operations, 85, 86, 87, S8, 89, 144, 148, 153 ’ ’ » >
  • Normandy and Brighton Dslayed by Fog in Bristol Channel, (145)
  • Vessels Danngad by Typhoon at Kowloon, 300

Shipping, Admiralty News;

  • Additions to the List cf Ritings Eligib?© for the Rating of Artificar Diver, (37)
  • Alterations in the Regulations with Ragard to the Drill Test of Boilers, (348)
  • Artificer Engineer.-*, Only One Yearly Examination to be held for, (93)
  • Buoy, Afooriog Ordered to be Tried by tha Admiralty, (475)
  • Deep Diving in the Fleet, Committee Appointed to InvQstigata the Question, (423)
  • Engine-room Artificers of the Boyal Naval Reserve, 278
  • Increased Number of Electricians Borne on Ships, (269)
  • Increased Pay Granted to Mechanics and > Skilled Labjurers in Portsmouth Dockyard (269) ’ i
  • Masthead Semaphores to bs Abolished. (37) i Naval Programme, The New. 117, (118), 121 Navy Estimates, 117, (118), 121
  • Orders to Prepare Statement as to Value of Oil i Fuel for Naval Purposes, (269) !
  • Turbine Machinery, Admiralty Averse to ) Making any Statement in Regard to, (93) |

Shipping News, British (Various):

  • Australia Decides upon a Navy, 352 !
  • Bithometer, Sir W. Siemens’, 153
  • Blowing up the s.s. Chatham, 74 i
  • Canadian Parliament: Bill for Establishment of Weekly Lice of Steamers bstween Ena*- land and Newfoundland, (195) ®
  • Fire-extinguishing Apparatus on the s.s. Aydon, 246 *
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company’s Steamer Service bstween Hull and Bruges (195) ’
  • Lloyd’s Annual 11 sports, 557
  • Montreal Port, Tonnage Eatering, (577)
  • National Lifeboat Fuud, Scotland’s Contribu- tion to, (577)
  • Naval Machinery, 278
  • Naval Stokers, 479
  • Torpadoea and
  • I fiver Tyne Commissioners. New Ferry Boat Samoa between North and South. Shields,
  • Sale of Obsolete Warships at Portsmouth Dock- (<j<) of Sunken Submarines, Vessels Soeci- ally Fitted for the. (394)
  • Scantling Rules for Yachts, 651
  • Screw Propeller, The, A. Rigg on, 127
  • Screw Propeller Losses, Frank Foster on, 153 Second Cruiser Squadron in the Manoeuvres, 34 Torpedoes and Mines, Protection of Ships against, 389
  • Trade and the Naval Manoeuvres, 39 Vessels Engined with Parsons’ Turbine in this Country to Bate, (348)

Shipping News, Foreign, Various, and Naval Matters:

  • Argentina, Adding to her Navy, 186
  • Chili, Adding to her Navy, 186
  • French Naval Programme, 373, 579
  • German Destroyer, Lent for Experimenting with Appliance for Lessening Rolling of Vessels, (577)
  • Pernvian Steamship and Floating Dock Company Projected, (219)
  • Spain, Navy for, (397)
  • United States, Manoeuvres, (195)
  • United States, Naval Engineers, Tests of New Inventions to be Conducted at Annapolis, (855)

Ships: Battleships, British:

  • Africa. 186, (234)
  • Bulwark, Coaling Record, (577) Coaling Record, (577) Commonwealth, 186 ; Iler Coaling, (219) Dreadnought, (37), (65), 104, 118 {Supple- ui.ent August 1906), 186, (243). (269), 342, 343, 352, 367, 375, (378), 414, (527), (533)
  • Dreadnought Type, The Three New, of the, 576
  • Hibernia to take the Montagu’s Place, (219)
  • Implacable, 454 King Edward, 183 Lord Nelson, 242 Majestic, 186
  • Mars, Coaling Record for Portsmouth, (629)
  • Montagu, (11). 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 144, 148, (269)
  • New Zealand, Her Coiling, (219) Victorious, 186 ; Coaling Record, (321)

Ships: Battleships, Foreign:

  • Argentina, Three, 576 Austria’s New, 251, 576 Brazil, Three, 576
  • Brazilian, Three, (118), (333) Chili, Three, 576
  • French, Six New, (501) The Six New, (655) Patrie, (269), 300 Republiqne, 316, 317, 528, 532
  • German, The New 19,000-Ton, (321) Japan, Mikasa, 454
  • New Battleships, 454
  • Kashima (Supplemen.t. Juhf 6^A. 1906), 15
  • Russian, Armament of the New, the Same as in Japanese Battleships, (195)
  • Russian, Two New of the Dreadnought Type, (603)
  • Spanish, (397) United States, Carolina, 352
  • Michigan, 352 Minnesota, Trial of, (475) Nebraska, (65), (171) Plans asked from Private Constructors for the Now Battleship of 20,000 Tons Displacement, (145), (501)

Ships: Cruisers, British:

  • Achilles, 509 Argyll, 251 Berwick, 300
  • Black Prince, 300; Gun-layers’ Tests, (321)
  • Cornwall, 300, 625
  • Cumberland, 625
  • Drake, 300, 625
  • Duke of Edinburgh, 300; Gun-layers’ Tests. (321)
  • Natal, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Limited, (Suiyplemeut, August 1906), 196, 201, (278)
  • Venus, Splendid Performance in the Gun-layers’ Tests, (171)

Ships: Cruisers, Foreign:

  • French, Sully, Salvage of her Guns, 500 French, Victor Hugo, (576) German, Luebeck and Hamburg, periments Made with former Using Turbines, latter Piston Engine, (603) “0,” named Stuttgart, 500 Rom, 251 A’inetta, 251
  • Japan’s New Cruisers, 454 Japanese, Tsukuba, 500 Russian, Novik, (65)
  • Pallada, (501) Rurik (Suppleuient^ Norembev 16^A, 1906), 497
  • Spanish^ (397)
  • Spanish, Reina Regente, (576)
  • United States, Brooklyn, Batteries of (423) ’
  • California, (551) Olympia, Batteries of. (423)

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

  • Depth Indicator for Torpedo Boats, 46 T.B.D. Firefly, 251
  • Destroyers Gadfly, The Coastal, (11) 345 ; Gnat, (577)
  • Petrol Motor Torpedo Boat, Messrs. Yarrow and Co., 226
  • Submarine?, C Class, 118, (576)

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

  • Dutch Indian Torpedo Boats, 251 Dutch, Old Monitors Sold Out of Service, 251
  • S 138, Launch of. (321)
  • S 126, Raising the, 443 wo Divisions of, to be Completed at Kiel, (234)
  • Greece, Si-Knot Destroyer Storm Launched, (93)
  • Italian Submarines, Seven of a New Type, (576)
  • Italian Submarine Squalo, (321)
  • Sweden, Destroyers of the Modo Type, (576)
  • Turkish TorpadoCraffcOrdered in Franco, 251
  • United States, Destroyers to be E quipped with Turbines, (561)
  • Sabmarines Shark and Porpoise, their Effi ciency Much Increased, (269)
  • Two Torpedo-boat Destroyers, (119), (234)

Ships: Launches and Trial Trips :

  • 25, 50, 74, 106, 132, 153. 204, 230, 254, 280, 308, 334, 380, 436, 486, 616, 643

Ships: Mercantile, Passenger, and Various: British:

  • Anglo-Argentine Shipping Company, Cargo Steamer La Blanca, Sir Jas. Laing and Sons, Limited, 382
  • S.S. Aydon, Fire-extinguishing Apparatus on, 246
  • Canadian and Mexican Ports on the Pacific Coast, Monthly isteamer Service between, (171)
  • Canadiin Steamer Cassandra, The New Scott Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 219
  • Channel s s. Princess Ena, Gourlay Bros, and Co. [S.tppU'ment^ December 1906), £68
  • Chattam, s.s,. Blowing up the, 74 Coal-Bagging Lighter, The 1000-Ton, Official
  • Trials, 402
  • Cunard Express Steamer Miuretani>, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Limited {Supplement^ September 21s/, 1906), 238, 289, 290, 293, 345, 346, 374, 484
  • Cunard Liner Lusitania’s Turbines, Stoxm Consumption of, (119), (127)
  • Dredger, Bucket, Fleetwood, Ferguson Bros., 561
  • Backet and Pump Reclamation, Wm. Simons and Co., 434 for the Egyptian Government, 6 Sandpiper, Suction and Discharging, Wm. Simons and Co., Limited, 653 Dredging Plant for India, 34, 35, 38
  • Electric Launch for Use on Lake Vyrnwy, (423) Ferry Steamers, Twin-screw, for India, John 1.
  • Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 636 Fire Boats, Two Powerful, 275, 277 Fishing Boats with Turbine Propulsion, Mr.
  • James Hamilton, 126
  • Launch Fitted with Double Rudder, 428 London County Council’s Steamboats, Loss on, (11), (629)
  • London and South-Western, Channel s.s. Princess Eoa, Gourlay Brothers and Co., 568
  • Mauretania, Cable for the, 484 Motor Barges, 536
  • Ocean Passenger Steamers, 374
  • Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, The Araguaya, 374, 379, 623
  • Salvage Vessels, The Sloops Reindeor and Mariner, (394)
  • Screw Tug Viking, Philip and Sons, Limited, 586
  • Shallow-draught Steamer, Brazil, Eiwards and Co., 152,
  • Steam Launch Rose en Soleil, Simpson, Strickland and C?., 42, 43, 44
  • Steam Yacht, Messrs. J. Cran and Co., (179) White Star Liner Adriatic, Harland and Wolff, 294, 328
  • Yachts, Scantling Rules for, 651

Ships: Mercantile, Passenger, and Various; Foreign:

  • Finland, Ice-breaker for, (655)
  • France, High-speed Steamers Golo, Limone, and Corte for. Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Limited, 532
  • German, Hamburg-American Line Ra- transfers its New York Services to Southampton, (119)
  • Hamburg-American Liner Deutschland, 18, 186
  • Mercantile Marine, Increase in, (629)
  • Norddeutscher Lloyd Mail Steamer Kronprinzessin Cecilie, (577)
  • Khedive’s Turbine Yacht Mahroussa. 497, 498, 536
  • Lake Erie Steamers, Scarcity of Firemen for, (145)
  • South American Passenger Steamer Viena, A. and J. Inglis, 556
  • United States, Bulk Oil Towing Barge, 177
  • Compagnie Gdndrale Transatlanique, The Chicago, (501)
  • Double-deck Twin-screw Ferry-boat called Babylon, (348)
  • First Vessel to Navigate the Great Lakes, (434)
  • Naval Colliers, (239) New York Ferry-boat
  • Lines, (436) Venice. Small Steamer Service, (321) SIBERIA, Sea Route to Northern, 396 Siemens Open-hearth Furnace, Jubilee of the, 553
  • ( S? factory at Coventry, Artificial, (243)
  • but and Scour—see H, Parday’s Letter, 391 557 Silversmiths' Craft. Instruction in the, (105) Simplon Tunnel, Completion and Length of (119) Sinclair, Mr. Geo., 366 ®
  • ^‘‘’^256^“’*'’“^’ Storeys High,
  • ^‘'nlath^(219)’'f®"’“’”'"®‘ ^nder-
  • Smith, Mr. Alexander Dawson, 61
  • E^ert, on Eeonomio Proportions in I Beam Sections, 463
  • Mr. Walter Mackenzie, (454)

Smithfield Show:

  • 599
  • Fowler’s Compound 5-Ton Tractor, 599
  • ^^59^9 ° Horse power Gas Engine
  • SMOKE Consuming Devices in Use in St. Louis (655) ’ ’
  • The Danger to Life during Conflagrations of, (195) Nuisance^^Simple Proceeding to Cope

Society of Arts:

  • Opening Mooting of Colonial Section, Pai.ar on Cape to Cairo Railway, Hon. Sir L. Michell (560) ’

Society, Boilermakers’ and Iron Shipbuilders’ :

  • Money Invested in Railway Companies &e Ac., (195) ’
  • Society of British Gas Industries:
  • First Presidency Accepted by Mr. Dugald

Society, Chemical:

  • Theory, Mr. Barlow and Prof. Pope,

Society of Chemical Industry:

  • Carburetted Water Gas in the Bunsen Burner Masumi Chikashige, 229 ’

Society, Civil and Mechanical Bng'I- neers’:

  • Boilers and their Accessories, Mr, R .1 p Briggs, (560)
  • Steam Engine, Mr. W. B. Esson on, (371)
  • Visit to Honor Oak Waterworks, (76)

Society, Coventry Engineering-:

  • Programme for the Session, (401)

Society Engineers’:

  • Fifty-sectmd Annual General Meeting • Elec- bon of Council and Officers, &c.; Awards for 1 apers read during past Session, (599)
  • Storage Battery Improvements, Mr, Sherard Cowper-Coles on Recent, 486
  • Visit to the Bide Valley Waterworks, (76)
  • Society, Engineering, East London College:
  • ".Tames Watt” Lecture, by Mr. E. S. Andrews, ^'(624)^“*'“ P- Thurston,

Society of Engineers and Metallurgists, Sheffield : "" DuSd cStoO

Society, Faraday:

  • Smelting of Canadian Iron Ores by ihe Electro- thermic Process, Dr. E. Haanel, (119)

Society Glasgow, Technical College,

  • Fifteenth Annual Dinner. (642)
  • •??Hjenth Session: Opening Meeting, (401),
  • Presidential Address of Mr. W. W. Lickie 419
  • S.udents Section: First Meeting. Prof’ M Maclean s Opening Address, (419) H MefS;, 4?4®°““’
  • Newspaper Printing Plant, Mr. D. Carlaw, (614)

Society, Leeds University Engineering:

  • “pmes^Mr'D°1““M Steam
  • rip38, Mr. J). R, Machlaa, (527} BaA?ra585')“®'’ A- «.

Society, Liverpool Engineering:

  • Annual Dinner, (584), (642) bJ'li?m?602 Mr. J. F. Rams-

Motor Omnibus Engineers:

  • Motor Omnibus Control in Lendon, Cmditio-s
  • Election of New Members, (482)

Society. New York United Engineering

  • ^D?e'ember°(551) ^“sP®®tien in

Society, Physical:

  • H^EcclesUesf'*' on Hon, Dr. W.
  • Exhibition, (562), (.584)

Society, Sheffield students’ Engineering and metallurgical:

  • SODIUM Compound, The New, Formed by M. Duboin, (397)
  • Soudan, Seven Years in the, 36
  • Sound Signals, Experiments at the Auszenjade Lightship, (119)
  • Spagnum (White Moss). Calorific Value of, (321)
  • Spinning Mills, Mr. Rochdale. Three New, (423)
  • Springs, Strength of Coil, H. E. Wimperis on, 541
  • St. Louis. Manufacturing Institutions of, (11)
  • Standardisation of Error, 247, 278
  • Steam, Air in Relation to the Surface Condensation of Low - pressure, Mr. Jas, A. Smith, 75, 93, 103
  • Friction of Superheated and Saturated within a Pipe Compared, (655) Superheated, No Water to be Found in, (397)
  • Surface Condensation, 96
  • Sugar Industry in Morocco, (603)
  • Sugar, Italian, Industries, 493, 502
  • Sulphur Dioxide from Chimney Gases, Elimination of, S. H. Davies and F. G. Fryer on, 164
  • Sun’s Calorific Emission, G. Millschau and C. Fury on, (475)
  • Sun’s Rays in Mine Shaft at the Summer Solstice, (195)
  • Superheater, Jas Gordon and Co., 92

Steel:

  • See Iron and Steel, and Letters from Our Own Correspondents, &c.

Supplements:

  • Cunard Liner Mauretania, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson [(Two Supplements September 21s/, 1906)
  • Engines of H.M.S. Armoured Cruiser Natal, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Limited, August 24th, 1906
  • H.M. First-class Battleship Dreadnought, August 3rd, 1906
  • Japanese Battleship Kashima, First-class, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, July 6tb, 1906
  • Locomotive, Compound, State Railways of Italy, Societal Italiana, Ernesto Breda, October 5th, 1906 Four-cylinder Compound, North- Eastern Railway, Mr. Wilson Worsdell, July 20th, 1906 Four-cylinder, Non-compound Express, Belgian State Railways, ' Ateliers de Construction de la
  • Meuse, September 7th, 1908 Prairie Type Express, North Pacific Railway, American Locomotive Company, November 2nd,1906
  • London and South-Western Railway, Twin- screw Channel Steamer Princess Ena, Gourlay Bros, and Co., December 7th, 1906
  • Russian Cruiser Rurik, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, November 16th, 1906
  • Zoelly Steam Turbine, 700 H.P., United N urn- berg, Augsburg Engineering Company, October 19th, 1906
  • SUPPLEMENTS, SPECIAL, NOVEMBER 23RD, 1906.— MACHINES, ILLUSTRATIONS
  • Limited, 6fb. Gear-cutting Alt, Nardin Bevel Gear
  • Nardin Bevel Gear Shaper, ii., iii.
  • Atelieis de Constructions Mecaniques, Nardin Bevel Gear Shaper, ii., iii.
  • Herbert, Limited, Alf., Flather Gear-cutting Machine, iii.
  • Armstrong Gear-cutting Machine, iii. Gear-hobbing Machine, iv. Rack Cutter, iii.; Spindle Drive, v. Machine for Cutting l^arge Segments, iv.
  • Warren Bevel Gear Shaper, iv.
  • Loewe, Lud., Gear-cutting Machine, v.
  • Smith, Limited, G. F., Horizontal Gear-cutting Machine, v.; Vertical ditto, v.
  • Darling and Sellers, Limited, 4ft. Gear-cuttiog Machine, vi.; 6ft. ditto, vii.
  • Holroyd and Co., Gear-hobbing Machine, viii. Hetherington and Sons, Limited, John, 8ft. Gear-cutting Machine, x.
  • Reinecker Universal Gear-cutting Machine, is., X.; Gear-hobbing Machine, x.
  • Smith and Coventry, Bevel Gear Planer, xi,, xiii.
  • Schuchard band Schutte, Gaar-hobbing Machine, xii.
  • Bilgram Gear Shaper, xii.
  • Parkinson and Son, J., Dividing Gear and Spindle Drive, xiii.; Gear-cutting Machines, xiv. , XV.
  • Wilkinson and Sons, G., Rack Cutter and 12ft. Gear Cutter, xv,
  • Gleason, Automatic Bevel Gear Planer, xv. Brown and Sharpe, Automatic Gear Cutter, xvi.
  • SURFACE Condensation, Mr. J. A. Smith on, 96
  • Swingler, Mr. Henry, 294
  • TAAFALT, New Road Material, 379
  • Table-testing Machine, Professor Ashcroft, 185 Tachographs, Locomotive, 29, 30, 31
  • Tangye, Sir Richard (with Portrait), 395
  • Taxation, Motor Carsand, 285
  • Taylor, Mr. J. W., (523)
  • Technico-Physical Laboratory, The Krupp, (295)
  • Technical High School, Prague, Centenary of Foundation, (629)
  • Technical society, Mr. J. Adamson on the Advantages of, (380)

Telegraphy:

  • Africa, Interruptions in the Service Caused by Giraffes and Elephants, (603)
  • Bavaria, High Telegraph Stations, (423)
  • India, Inefficiency of the Service and Projected Reorganisation, (527)
  • Japanese Cable, The New, (203)
  • Light Spring Wagons for Military Field Telegraph Use on Experiment at Aldershot, (171)
  • Stations at Clifton, in Ireland, and at Cape Breton, Marconi on, (219)
  • Station at Porquerolles, Communication with the Eiffel Tower, (219), (295)
  • Telegraphone System for the Canadian Pacific Railway, Copper Wire for Two Messages, One by Telephone and One by Telegraph, (145)
  • Wireless, Conference in Berlin on, 375 Cullercoats Station, First Message Received, (603)
  • Engineer Fisher’s Patent, (65)
  • Long Distance Record Broken, St Petersburg, (321)
  • Marconi, Stations Along the Canadian Coast, (171)
  • - in Russia, (334)

Telephony:

  • Afghanistan, (195)
  • American Telephone Company, Annual Report, (501)
  • Bavaria, High Telephone Stations, (423) I
  • Brighton Municipal Undertaking Purchased by the Postmaster-General, (119)
  • Copper Wire, Special between Montreal and Winnipeg, a Distance of 1430 Miles, for Two Messages, One by Telephone and One by Telegraph, (145)
  • Glasgow, Question of the Government Purchase of the Corporation’s System, (11)
  • Lake Constance, Cable on the Pupin System, (219)
  • London, The Largest City Telephone Area in the World, (501)
  • Manchester, New Exchange to be Built, (195)
  • National Telephone Company, New Exchanges Opened, (640)
  • Paris and Rome, (37)
  • Prof. Maiche’s Recent Demonstrations in, (397)
  • TELESCOPING Sighting Apparatus, Experiments with, in the French Squadron, 195
  • Temperature of the Earth and Radio Activity,
  • Prof, C. B. Thwing’s, Discoveries as to, (11)

Tenders Invited:

  • Antwerp, by Municipal Authorities of the Port, (11)
  • Completion of Panama Canal, (397)
  • Haarlem, for Widening and Deepening the
  • North Sea Canal, (119) I
  • Havre, Metal Swing Bridge, (629)
  • TESTING Machines in South Wales, Large, Mr. J, H. Wicksteed, 139
  • Thames Conservancy, The—see Harbours and Waterways
  • Thermit Compound, Dr. H, Goldschmidt’s Improvement in the Well-known, (527)
  • Thermometers, Method for Calibrating, (243)
  • Thomas, Mr. Henry, 92
  • Toreshing Machinery, Steam, in Russia, Gorman and Austro-Hungarian r. British, (108)
  • Tiling, Opal, (45)
  • Timber, Tupelo, its Value, (475)
  • Tooting Baths, (130)
  • Tractor, Light Steam, Aveling and Porter, Limited, 583
  • Tractive Effort, 221, 251, 278

Trade:

  • British, Abroad, (215)
  • Effects of the Motor Car on, (295)
  • Exports of Machinery and Steam Engines, 375
  • Cotton Trade Circular, Mr. Wm. Tattersall, (295)
  • Cycle, Exports and Imports, 1897, 1900, (527)
  • Disputes Bill, 41, 147, 153, 399, 581
  • Export, 40
  • Export, Coal, 453
  • French Imports into Australia, (171)
  • General and Special News— see Letters from our own Correspondents
  • Germany and the United States, (65)
  • Holland, Articles to be Admitted Duty Free, 37
  • In 1906, 665
  • Index, Canadian, (576)
  • Japan, New Tariff of, (449)
  • Names, 532
  • Ploughs in Russia, Russian ?•. British, (93)
  • Russia as a Market for Machinery, Present-day, 174
  • Russian, with the Persian Gulf Coast Line, I (171)
  • Trade Marks Act, 1905, Most Notable Outcome of, (629)
  • United States, Export Methods, 374
  • Yorkshire Steam Coal, 36
  • TRANSVAAL Industries, Magnesite Mines of South Africa, 274
  • Transvaal, Labour and Gold in the, 118
  • Trusts and the Law, 452
  • Tubes, Preservation of Surface Condenser, Mr. W. W. Churchill on, (551)
  • Tungsten for Incandescent Lamps, Value of, (397)
  • Tunnel, Channel, (423), 465, 558
  • - Detroit Submarine, 654
  • - The Rotherhithe, 332
  • - Great, Comparative Notes on, L. M. Haupt, (119)
  • - New York, 625
  • Tupelo, Value of the Timber called, (475)

Turbines:

  • American Steam, The Backstrom, 175
  • Curtis Steam, Steamers Building to be pelled by, (93)
  • UNDERGROUND Surveys, 557
  • United States Export Methods, 374
  • Reclamation Service, 2
  • War Department and the New Springfield Magazine Rifle, 509
  • University College, Reading, 454
  • VALUE of One Horse-power, 153
  • Vault, Large Steel, Chubb and Sons, 128
  • Veall, Mr. Jas., 167
  • Victoria University of Manchester, Vulcan Fellowship in Engineering, 514
  • Vieo Flexible Wheel, The, 218
  • Vulcan Fellowship in Engineering, 514
  • WADDLE, Mr. High William, 497
  • Wallace Alcohol Calorimeter, The, 619
  • Walschaerts Valve Gear, The, 620
  • War-office, The New, 508
  • Washington, Redaction of the Abnormally High Death-rate in, by the Filtration Plant now Building, (295)
  • Water from Sea Water, Fresh, 99
  • Hoist for Mines, United States, 320
  • Recorder, A Graphic, Mr, James Lea, 612, (637)
  • Softener at Bargoed Colliery, 201

Water Supply:

  • Adirondack Region, Its Possibilities in the Way of Power Supply from Water, (449)
  • Albany, New York, System of Double Filtration, (655)
  • Attleboro, Mass., Reinforced Concrete, Standpipe 60tt. in diameter and 106ft. high, (371 j
  • Basingstoke and the Typhoid Epidemic, (295)
  • Birkenhead, (119)
  • Birmingham, (586)
  • Birmingham to Coventry, (449), (458)
  • Bridlington, (551)
  • Carlisle’s New Waterworks, (93), 192, 193
  • Chefoo, Pressing Need at the Port, (219)
  • Chicago, Cost of Pumping, (93)
  • Chicago, Subaqueous Aqueduct Tunnels, (629)
  • Cincinnati, (501)
  • Corea, Pingyang, (551)
  • Coventry from Birmingham, (449), (458)
  • Cranleigh, Reinforced Concrete Reservoir, 151
  • Derwent Valley, 194
  • Dublin, (282)
  • Egypt. Zagazig, (215)
  • Elan Valley, (586)
  • Flow of an Artesian Well, How to Calculate the Rite of, (551)
  • For the American Power Companies Deducted from the Flow over the Horseshoe Falls, (37
  • Fusan, (449)
  • Illawga Waterworks, (246)
  • Honololu, Large New Reservoir, (11)
  • Hue Waterworks, (577)
  • Lea Graphic Water Recorder, The, 612, (637)
  • Leeds, (37), (243)
  • Leicester, (269)
  • Lincoln, (171), (577)
  • Liverpool-Vyrnwy, Bursting of the Primary 42in. Main, (219)
  • Liverpool, 102, (119)
  • London, Street Mileage Containing Water Pipes in, (195); Water Board, Second Annual Report of the, 594
  • Loughborongh, New Works for, (269)
  • Louren^o Marques, (629)
  • Manchester, (119)
  • Measuring Flow of an Artesian Well, Novel Way of, (11)
  • Melbourne, (603)
  • Metropolitan, June Report, (243); August, (501)
  • Metropolitan Water Board, Income of and Expenditure Last Year, and Water Supplied per Head, (423)
  • Mexico City, (501)
  • Mid-Sussex, How the Water Famine Ended, (171)
  • Monmouthshire. (449), (501)
  • New Orleans, Mechanical System of Purification, (468)
  • Newton-le-Willows, Novel Reservoir, (142)
  • New York, Aqueduct, 625 ; Boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx, (348)
  • New York, (655)
  • New Zealand, Waterworks for, (219)
  • Niagara Falls, Utilisation of the Water after it has Passed Over, (269)
  • North Warwickshire Villages, (254)
  • Paraguay, Asuncion, (527)
  • Paris, from the Lake of Geneva and the Rhone, Scheme for, (629)
  • Petersburg, from Lake Lxdoga, (295)
  • Pontypridd, Lead Poisoning due to the Lead Pipes, (269)
  • Portsmouth Waterworks Company, Purchase of Given Up by the Portsmouth Council, (295)
  • Rio de Janeiro, (577)
  • Schenectady, (24)
  • Springfield, Mass., Intermittent Filter for, (65)
  • St. Naziire, (134)
  • Stockport, (320)
  • Swansea Waterworks Completed, (11)
  • Thames, Average Daily Natural Flow during August, 1905, (501)
  • Wales, Preservation of Welsh Water for, (371)
  • WATERWORKS, Papers on, Read at the Institution of Civil Engineers, 638
  • Webb, Mr. F. W., his Estate and Bequests, 25
  • Weighing Machine, Large Single, H. Pooley and Son, Limited, 586
  • Weights and Measures Regulations, New, 384 ; Metric System Adopted by Kynoch, Limited, (423)
  • Weirs, on the Section of. Mr. W. G. Bligh, 166, 237, 230, 261, 302, 312, 330
  • Wettest Place in the World, Cherrapooaji, (195)
  • Wharves, Steel and Concrete, 141
  • Wheel, A Flexible, 218 Wheels, Spring, 272
  • Wimperis, H. E., on Strength of Coil Springs, 541
  • Wind Pressure and Unit Stress, New York Building Laws, (371)
  • Winding Ropes, The Factor of Safety of, by J. A. Vaughan, 1S9, 212
  • Women Tracers at the Elswick Works, Value of (501)
  • Wood, Mr. Alfred, (523)
  • Wood Pavements in American Cities, (551)
  • Wood Tests at Hull, (182) •
  • Wooden Poles, Testing, (640)
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, Case of M. Dwyer (11)
  • Worth Valley Tool Works, Keighley, 62, 63, 66

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