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The Engineer 1907 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1907 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1907 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1907 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
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  • ABERDEEN, Floating Dock for, 163
  • Acetylene Plants, in U.S.A., 11
  • Accident on H.M. Destroyer Dragon, 213
  • - at Ulleskelf, North-Eastern Railway, Board of Trade Report, 94
  • - on United States Railways, 190
  • - at Willans and Robinson’s Rugby Works, 50
  • Accumulator Capacity, Maintenance of, 317
  • Accra Water Supply from A buri, Gold Coast, 63
  • Adis Ababa, Abyssinia, House-building in, 289
  • - Importation of Traction Engines and Machinery, 289
  • Admiralty, Permanent Secretary, New Appointment, 137
  • Adriatic, The, Service from Southampton, London and South-Western Train Service in Connection, 577
  • Aero Club, Flying Machine Competition, 22
  • - Experiments, 226, 237
  • Aeroplanes, 328
  • - Motor, Santos Dumont’s, 163
  • - Race, Paris to London, in 1908, 63
  • - Santos Dumont’s New, 193
  • Aerial Screw Propeller, Major Hoerne’s, 137
  • Agriculture, Board of. Inquiries as to Efficiency of Instruction, 317
  • Agricultural Labour in U.S.A., Increased Effimenoy Reduces Workers and Increases Output,
  • Airship “ America,” Details of, 369
  • Air Compressor Plants for Panama Canal Work, 289
  • - Discharge, Experiments in, through Orifices of Varying Size, 76
  • - Resistance in Simplon Tunnel, 289
  • Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exhibition in 1909, 421
  • Alcohol from Domestic Refuse, 499
  • - Engines Wanted in Cuban Sugar Mills, 11
  • - Fuel Value of, for Road Vehicles, Compared with Petrol and Kerosene, 343
  • - for Industrial Purposes, Bill to Reduce Cost of, 343
  • - Undenaturised for Motor Car Propulsion, 190
  • Alloys, The Electrical Resistance of, 63
  • - Mond Metal, Analysis of, 526
  • - None Strictly Non-corrosive, 499
  • - Pro-platinum, Invented in U.S.A., 237
  • Aluminium from Blue Clay, New Process for Electrical Extraction of, 449
  • - Continuous, Sheet Rolling Mill at New Kensington, Pennyslvania, 395 I
  • - from Blue Clay, Electrical Extraction of, 642
  • Amalgamated Society of Engineers, Statistics for 1906, 37
  • American Shipping Registered in 1906, 190
  • - Seamboat Speeds, 325
  • - Catalogues for Shoe Soles in China, 449

Appointments and Retirements:

  • Llewellyn Smith, Mr. Hubert, C.B», 10
  • Appointments and Retirements {continued) ;
  • Hopwood, Sir Francis J. S., K.C.B., K.C.M.G., 10
  • Gavey, Mr. John, C.B., Retirement from Appointment as Engineer-in-Chief of Post- office, 11; Dinner to, 408
  • Hill, Mr. J. J., Rumoured Retirement, 11
  • Lloyd’s Register, Mr. James Dixon Succeeds Sir John Glover as Chairman, 589
  • Normand, Augustin, Monument to, 259; (Letter), 498
  • Tangye, Sir Richard, Memorial at Birmingham, 113
  • Whitehead, Mr. Charles E., Presentation of Plate, 455
  • ANODE Rays, New Method of Obtaining, 655
  • Anthracite Discovery in Eastern Siberia, 551
  • - Taxed by Pennsylvania State, 526
  • Antwerp Swing Bridge, Tenders Called for, 90
  • Argentina Appoints Permanent Commission for Public Works Supplies, 190
  • - New Bridge over Gualegay River, 90
  • Argentine Republic’s Regulations for Importation of “Decauville ” Rails, Tie-bars, &c., 395
  • Armour Plate, Cost of Production in U.S.A,, 11
  • Artesian Water Boring at Lincoln, 11
  • Arctic Exploration, Possibilities for Further, 343
  • Asbestos Deposits in the Minusisk District, Siberia, 655
  • - Extensive Output in Quebec, 190 Ash-burning Formula, 499
  • Atom, Infinitesimal Minuteness of an, 848
  • Athenicum Club Elects Professor P. Thompson, 395 ‘ -jd I ivij
  • Austria-Hungary, Chemical Industry in. Greatly Increased Prosperity, 90
  • Australasian, New, 94
  • Automobile Club’s Commercial Vehicles Trials, 190 .
  • - Committee Appointments, 317
  • - Dust Trials for Cars, 551
  • - Races in Isle of Man, 137
  • - Races, Entries for, 190
  • - Side-slip Tests, 113, 221
  • - Club de France, Speed Competition Regulations, 37
  • - in France, Suggested Registration for War Purposes, 163
  • - in U.S.A., 237, 551
  • BALDWIN Locomotive Works, its Output, 90
  • Ballast-producing during a Balloon Trip, 475
  • Balloons and Air Ships for Military Purposes Experiments in U.S.A., 237
  • - and Kites, Great Height Reached by, 369
  • - Steering, Zeppelin, Shed Carried by Pontoon Erected by German Government on Lake of Constance, 577
  • Barge, Oil, Attempt to Tow, from Philadelphia to London, 551
  • Barometric Readings, Maximum and Minimum, 163
  • Barytes as an Adulterant for White Lead, 395 Battleship, Large, for United States Navy, 137
  • Battleships, Wireless Telegraphy Receiving Room to bo Fitted on all, 577
  • Benzole, Commercial, Production in Great Britain, 369
  • Beira, Illuminated Buoys for, 550
  • Belt, Leather, for American Saw Mills, said to be Largest in the World, 603
  • Berlin, Wreck of the Great Eastern Railway Company’s s.s., Decision as to Liability, 627
  • - Dutch Government Inquiry into Salvage Service, 526
  • Bessemer Steel Ingots, British Production of, 499
  • Bicycles Replace Broken-down Tramway System in Johannesburg, 526
  • Bicycle and Motor Car Speeds Compared, 237
  • Bituminous Mines of Pennsylvania, Fatalities in, 263
  • Blackpool, Sea Defence Works at, 163
  • Blairhall, Sinking of Pits Interrupted by Water, 499
  • Blast Furnace Improvement in Germany, 395
  • Boiler Covering, 655
  • - Explosions, Small Number of, 504, 534 Fluid, 655
  • - Tubes of Standard Steel, Experiments on, 90
  • - Works for the London and Glasgow Engineering and Iron Shipbuilding Company, Limited, 342
  • - Chain Grates, Motor-driven, for Watertube Boilers, Unsuccessful with Indian Coal, 449
  • - Navy, Satisfactory Report on, 603
  • - Ship’s, Supplement, Steam Generating Equipment of Electric Station in U.S.A., 289
  • - U.S. Battleship Cincinnati, Steam Raising Efficiency Tests with Water-tube Boilers, 263
  • Bolivia Gold and Silver Output Diminishing, 395
  • Brakes, Automatic Vacuum, on Indian Railway Locomotives, 289
  • Brakes, Hydro-pneumatic, for German Field Guns, 577
  • Brazil, Bureau for Geological and Mineralogical Research, 603
  • - Central Railway of, Extension, 107
  • - and the Gold Mining Industry, Dissatisfaction as to Taxation, 603
  • Brick Masonry Well, Floated Away by Flood in Indiana, 317
  • Bridge near Canton, 499
  • - Catawade, New Bridge Proposed, 237
  • - at Dimotica, Adrianople, Tenders Invited for its Construction, 113
  • - Over the Ganges, Indian Commission Appointed, 302
  • - Iron, Projected to Span Maritza in Turkey, 237
  • - New, between New York City and New Jersey, 237
  • - Manhattan, Details of Estimates for, 421
  • - Southwark, Improvement of, 137 Transporter, Across the Tees, Bill before Parliament, 288
  • Bridging the Golden Horn, 159
  • British Corporation Registry of Shipping, 220
  • British India, Nearly One-fourth in Forests under Departments, 190
  • Brunn’s Liquid Chemical Preservative for Stone and Metals, 11
  • Bulgarian Loans for Various Public Works, 213
  • Buoys, Illuminated, for Beira. 550
  • Burma Government to Erect Petroleum Pumping Station, 551
  • CABLES
  • Calcium Carbide Made in at Niagara Falls, 627
  • Calcium Carbide Stored in Imposed, 603
  • Calculation by Graphic D’Oeagne on, 526
  • Canadian Need of Skilled Artisans, 526
  • Canadian North-West, Immigration from Great Britain, 369
  • Canada West, 100 New Towns to be Founded, 289
  • Carbon Heated in Hydrogen, Chemical Effects of, 627
  • Carbons, Effect on Silver Bromide, How to Increase, 213
  • Cardiff Health Committee Workpeople, Regulations for, 551
  • Carmania, Turbines Examination Satisfactory, 63
  • Carpets from Paper, Austrian Patent, 148
  • Car Works for Large Cars at Douai, 551
  • Cast Iron Cooling, Recent Discoveries in, 627
  • Cast Iron Filling, 499
  • Causeway for Galveston Island Projected, 237
  • Celtic, Record Number of Passengers, 421
  • Cement for Fastening Iron to Marble, 655
  • Cement, Portland, Specific Gravity of, 213
  • Centrifugal Pumps, Commercial Efficiency, 113
  • - Efficiency Experiments, 627
  • - Efficiency Tests, 113
  • Chains, Roller, Speed of, 369
  • Channel Fleet and Liverpool’s Seven Hundredth Anniversary, 263
  • Chatham Dockyard, Rear-Admiral Giffard Appointed Superintendent, 137
  • Chester, Taximeter Cabs for, 90
  • Chili, Projected New Railway, 577
  • Clock for Labour Detection in America, 475
  • Clocks, Watches, and Scientific Instruments, Value Imported into Great Britain, 237
  • Clyde Shipbuilding Returns for 1906, 11
  • Coals, Australian, and Spontaneous Combustion. 475
  • - and Gas Consumption in U.S.A., 263 and other Minerals, British Output of, in 1906, 343
  • - Anthracite, in South-East Russia, 213
  • - Anthracite, Pumped from Streams in East Pennyslvania, 369
  • - and Coke Shipped from the Tyne, 655
  • Cutting by Machinery, Mr. R. C, Anderson, 188
  • Cutting Machines in the United States, 63
  • Coal Dust and Explosions, Experiments in France, 317
  • - Dust Experiments, 369
  • - Elevator at St. Petersburg, 63
  • - Exported, Duty on, Statistics, 11
  • - Field Discovered in Japan, 11
  • - Fields in South-East of England, Extent Statistics, 343
  • - Found at Oxton, near Nottingham, 475
  • - for Hamburg from the Tyne, 603
  • - in Bengal, Shortage of Wagons for, 449
  • - in North Africa, None Known to Exist, 551
  • - in U.S.A., Chief Output from Pennyslvania, 395
  • Loading, Smart Work at Blyth, 551
  • Machine-mined, in the United States, 163 Mine Fatalities in Pennyslvania, 526 Miners, Number in the United Kingdom, 37
  • Miners’ Strike in West Canada, 551 Mining in Afghanistan, 369
  • Museum at Lille University, 577 New Discovery near Wolverhampton, 113 uot Shipped at Middlesbrough, 369 Output of Illinois, 343
  • Output of, in Poland, 577
  • Output of. Under Coal Mines Regulation Act, 237
  • Scarcity in Russia Due to Railway Disorganisation, 369
  • Shipments from the Tyne, 11 Soft, on Locomotives in America, Arrest of Railway Servants Using, 577
  • Spontaneous Ignition of, To Prevent, 603 Storage in Pits which can be Flooded, 137, 421
  • Traces of Rich Veins in Tomd, 526
  • Traffic in Calcutta, Shortage of Wagons, 237
  • Turkey’s Importation of, 627 Waste on Working in India, 395 Worked by Pillar-and-Stall System, Proper Size of Pillars, 551
  • Workings at Motherwell, Damage to Pro perty, 137
  • Coke for Locomotives Tried near Pittsburg, 213
  • Coke Ovens, Beehive, Waste by Use of, 369
  • Colliery Cage Disaster, Orgreave, Verdict, 499
  • New Coaling Appliances, Trial on, at Port Natal, 655
  • Sulphur in Coal, Various Forms of, 499 United States Navy and Pennsylvania Anthracite, 263
  • Cobalt for Storage Battery Manufacture, 113 Cobalt, Nickel and Silver Ores in Ontario, 499 Collision near Dover between Liner and Tank Steamer, 627
  • Colour Photography at Soci6t^ Jongla, 483 Compass Card, Collins’ Mariners’, 36
  • Compensation for Accident in Indiana Disallowed, 63
  • Compressed Air, Loss in Transmission of, 526 Concrete Buildings Withstand Earthquake, 526
  • The Fatigue of, Professor Ornum’s Paper, 163
  • Hennebique Reinforced, for G.P.O. Extension, 11
  • Protection during Setting of, 449 Reinforced, Beam, Fire, and Load Test. 627
  • Care Required for Satisfactory Results in Building, 317
  • Columns, Tests of Strength after Fire, 263 ’
  • T-Beams, Tests of, 577 Extensive Uso in Reconstructing at San Francisco, 213
  • Extensive Use in Los Angeles, 213
  • to Replace Wood for Mine Supports, Experiments in, 113
  • Copper, Analytic, New Invention for Production, 289
  • Detection of, 63 Imports and Exports of U.S.A,, 289 in Mexico, Greatly Increased Output, 263 Molten, Properties of. Precautions Necessary to Prevent Porosity, 603
  • Ore, High Grade, Discovered near Vanderbilt, San Berhardius, 499
  • Production in Chili Diminished by Scarcity of Labour, 603
  • Production in the Urals, Russia, 551 Wire for Telephones in United States, 63 Cotton Mill Driving, Exchange of Old Beam Engine for Electrical Power, 237
  • Cow’s Curious Dietary, 551
  • Craigmire Granite Quarries, Enormous Blast at, 90
  • Crane, 120-Ton Electric Overhead, for Woolwich Arsenal, Applebys, Limited, 377, 403
  • Crucible, Graphite, Replaces Clay, 421
  • Crystal Palace Engineering School, Prize Awards and Papers, 20
  • Cyclone at Karachi, 603
  • DANISH Mercantile Fleet, Numbers and Analysis of Classes of Vessels, 237
  • Darien, Leyland Liner, Refloated, 449
  • Dean, Smith and Grace, Limited, Extension of Works 271
  • Derwent Valley Water Scheme, 252, 358
  • Destroyer Vixen, Repairs begun, 526 Destructors, Small, for Hospital Refuse, 577 Diamonds in a Volcano, 263
  • Dish-washing Device for Naval Battleships, 37
  • Die, Taper, for Cutting Pipe Threads, 163
  • Divers, Communication with. Tests of Apparatus for, 317
  • Drawing-down and Staving Scales, 36
  • Dredging Ambrose Channel, Leading to New York Harbour, 11
  • Dredgers for Egyptian Canals Wanted, 113
  • Dredger for Lagos, W. Simons and Co., 409 Dredging in the Port of Rhodes, 113
  • Dredger for Spain, Wm. Simons and Co., Limited, 558
  • Dredger, New, for Straits Settlements, 71
  • Drill Hardening in Sulphuric Acid, 449 Miniature Air, 343
  • Rotary Air, Weighing only 2Jlb., Made in Chicago, 90
  • Dust Destructor in Moravia, 212
  • Pl evention, Experiments by the Royal Automobile Club, 476
  • Problem, The, Competition for Road Preparation, 145
  • Dynamite Blasting Accident near Glasgow, 603
  • EARTHQUAKES, Causes of. Beliefs of Uncivilissd Nations, 475
  • Egypt, Various Contracts Secured by British Firms, 163
  • Eiffel Tower for Army Wireless Telegraphy, 526

Electrical Matters:

  • Alternating-current Electro-magnet, Device for Preventing Chattering of Armature against Pole-pieces, 526
  • Arc Lamp Carbons, Composition of, 499
  • Bath Electricity Works Pass from Corporation to Company, 190
  • Bolton Electricity Accounts, 499
  • Booster-Battery Plant at Greenock Generating Station, 627
  • Central Power Station Equipment, Washington,
  • 369
  • Clock, Electric, at Piccadilly Tube Station, for Recording Train Departure, 343
  • Commutator Insulation, Substitute for Mica,
  • 237
  • Direct-current Turbo-generators, Mr. Wilfred Hunt, 26
  • Edinburgh Electricity Supply, 298
  • Electric Air Filtration, 655
  • Current for Agricultural Implement Driving Offered at Low Rate by Durham Co., 526
  • Current at High Voltage, Experiments in Handlingand Transmission, 475
  • Driving Apparatus and Turbine Generator for Cotton Mills, 163 Generating Plant for Wednesbury, 603 Lamps and Incandescent Gas Burners, Illumination Tests, 163
  • Lamp, The Robertson, General Electric Company, Limited, 304
  • Light Deficiencies in Fog, 499 Lighting of Hornby-Sandon (Mersey) Docks, 137
  • Scheme for Rome, 499 in Mexico, from 100 Miles Distance, 603
  • Locking of Railway Carriages, 148 Motor Baggage Trucks on Pennsylvania Railroad, 289
  • Power Transmission, Scheme for Water Power Development for, near Ma^ ^n, Ga,, 526
  • Steel Furnace, Rotating, for Refining Pig Iron, 263
  • Power for Seville, 190
  • Power for Toronto, Generated at Niagara, 11
  • Power Scheme, Los Angeles, 177 Supply in Birmingham, 163 Supply for Havant, under Consideration, 603
  • Electrical Current Effects in New York State, 577
  • Energy, Cost of Generation by Falling Water, 11
  • Energy for Fort William, Ontario, 421 Engineers, Institution of, Elects Lord Kelvin President, 343
  • Industry, Extension of, in Turkey, English Contractors and Agents Should apply, 608
  • Supply for Munich, 137
  • Electrically Transmitted Portraits and Letters, 289
  • Electricity Accidents in Italian Factories, Prize Offered for Means of Prevention, 190
  • for Brighton, Loan Sanctioned, 190 Loan for, at Worthing, 551 in France, Development of its Use in Industry, 90
  • in France, Scheme for Reduction of Cost, 317
  • Users and Leyton Urban Council, 317 Varying Cost of, 37
  • Works, Cambuslang, Total Generated Weekly from Refuse, 561 Electro-metallurgy for Iron and Steel Manufacture, Its Economy Doubtful, 395
  • Electro-pneumatic Signalling to be Adopted by Caledonian Railway, 317
  • Electron Theory, Its Application to Electrolysis, 172
  • Electrons and Atoms, Sir Oliver Lodge on, 137 Electrolysis of Fused Sodium, 655
  • Engineering Courses, Mechanical and Electrical, at Reusselaer Polytechnic, U.S.A., 369
  • Fog Dispersion by Electric Waves in France, 410
  • Formula for Finding Number of Electric Lamps | for Lighting a Room, 655
  • Generating S^tion, Kent Electric Power Company, 672
  • Generators, Compound-wound. Three-wire, Improved Method of Winding, 603 Generators, Three-wire and Sparkless Running, 627
  • Ice Production by Electricity, 475 Investigations on the Distribution of the Magnetic Field and the Flux of Conducting Wires, 650
  • Johannesburg, New Electric Station at, 90 Lamp, Edison Carbon-filament, 343
  • Leeds Municipal Electric Lighting Profits, 526 Motor Commutating Pole, Armature Reaction of, 627
  • Power Transmission from Niagara, 94
  • Some Forms of Continuous-current Electricity Meters, Mr. R. B. Mitchell, 281
  • Storage Battery Negative Plates, Invention to Save Loss of Capacity in, 626
  • Sydney, Fine New Terminal Station at, 113
  • Telephones, Extensive Miles of American (Bell) Company, 213
  • Transformers and Resonance Phenomena, 263
  • Turbo-Alternator for Electrolytic Furnace in Ireland, 603
  • Turbo-Alternator, 3500-Kilowatt Parsons, Test of Steam Consumption, 526
  • Magnetic Properties of Umbrellas and Bricks, 475
  • Manchester Corporation, Loan for Electrical E&tensions, 627
  • Motor Generators of Three Machines each. Direct and Alternating Current, at Power Station of Railway at Hamburg, 651
  • X-Rays in a Crookes Tube, Apparatus for Varying Intensity, Berlemont’s, 463
  • ELEVATED Railway Cars, Copper Stolen from, 447

Engines, Motors, and Motor Vehicles:

  • American Motor Car Trade, 24
  • Auto-Cycle Club, Silencer Trials, 50 Automobile Club, Commercial Vehicle Trials, 421
  • Discusses Trials or Race for 1908, 213
  • for Bedfordshire, 430 Competition, Noise Trials, 163
  • in New York, 263 Industry in Italy, 449
  • Test Reported by American Machinist, 627
  • and St. Bernard Monks, 263
  • Cars, High-speed, Mechanics of, on Curves, - 395
  • Car Races in France, 86
  • Cycle and Motor Cycle Taxes Reduced in France and Belgium, 213
  • Gas Engine Cylinders, Lubrication, Regulation of, 608
  • Difficulties in Ignition Obviated, 526
  • for Airship, 475
  • for Driving Dynamos, 63 Patented in America in 1844, 113 fcr Waste Blast Furnace Gases in Lorraine, 11
  • Gas turbine for Driving Rateau Turbo-compressor, 627
  • High-duty Engine Used with Air Compressor, Satisfactory Test, 113
  • Itchen Navigation, Motor and other Vessels to be Used, 113
  • Motor Boat Plying Fish, Successes of, 499 Motor Boats Wanted for Zambesi, 213
  • Motor Cabs for London Ordered in France, 63 Motor Car Garage, General Motor Cab ^Company, Limited, 322
  • Mechanism, Demonstrations in, for Soldiers, 421
  • Trade in Italy, Development of, 237 Touring, Race in U.S.A., 421
  • 200 H.P. Six-cylinder Built to Beat World’s Speed Record, 603
  • Petrol Engine, Power Tests with Varying Ignition, 317
  • and Cycles, Number Registered by London County Council, 37
  • 550.000, Estimated to have been Manufactured, 526
  • French Statistics Concerning, 137^ 449
  • for Straits Settlements, 213 in France, Number of, 137 in India, Number in Chief Towns, 421 Increased Registration in New York, 213
  • Increased Shipment of, from this Country to South Africa, 369
  • in St. Petersburg, 289 on Bridges, Regulations, 163 Petrol, Offensive Exhaust from, 74 Staffordshire County Council Regulations, 190
  • Casualty Roll in London, 603 Cruiser for Mission to Seamen, 471 Cycles with Eight Cylinders, 369 Lorries, Petrol, for East Indian Railway, 420
  • Mail Vans, Milnes-Daimler, 190 Omnibus, De Dion, Service in France, 137
  • in London, Increased Use, 113 for Liverpool Unlikely to be Profitable, 603
  • for Russia, 163 for Todmorden, 11 in Harrogate, 449 Loss in Working, 263
  • Oil Dropping, Police Decision as to, 620
  • for Conveying Workmen in Germany, 577
  • Passenger and Parcels Service Started in the Oise, France, 369
  • Service at Holywell, 213 Transport Wagons for Freight in India 475
  • Union and the Langstone Bridge Case, 250
  • Essay, Prizes Offered, 163 New Clubs in 1906, 289 Objects to Bridge Tolls at Havant, 190
  • Scheme for Measures of Safety, 475
  • Van Steering Apparatus, Defective, Causes Damage, 561
  • Vehicles for Post-office in France, 421 Wagons, Steam, for North Staffordshire Pottery District, 133
  • Yacht Club, International Cup Race, 163
  • Oil Engines for Irrigation Purposes in Palestine, 475
  • Petrol Engines, Various Ignitions for, Mr. S. F. Edge’s Experiments, 213
  • Renard Road Train, Demonstration of, 195 Sheffield Motor Car Show, 274
  • Side-slip Competition, 148, 195
  • Stranraer and Drummore Motor Omnibus Service, 449
  • Torquay Motor Omnibuses Exchanged for Tramways, 90
  • Touring Motor Car Race, 61
  • Engines, Motors, and Motor Vehicles {continued')
  • Track of 32 Miles for New Club at Tennessee, 37
  • Traction and Agricultural Enginesin Vine Cultivation, Competition in Italy, 627
  • Traction Engine out of Control near Weston- super-Mare, 526
  • ENGINEERING Education in United States, 163
  • Engineering Society, The, Torpedo-boat and Destroyers, Mr. H. P. Philpot, 42

Exhibitions:

  • Bordeaux International Maritime, 177
  • Electrical, to be Held at Niagara Falls, 526 Franco-English Exhibition at Shepherd’s Bush, 137
  • Hygiene, International, of, at Madrid, 523
  • Jamestown, to include Cosmopolitan Naval Exhibition, 475
  • Japanese Floating, for Rio de Janeiro, 449
  • Letchworth Garden City, in 1907, 90
  • Motor Car Show at Agricultural Hall, 37
  • Motor Meeting at Madrid, 475
  • Niagara Falls Electrical, 419
  • of Inventions in Berlin, 458
  • of Machinery and Machine Tools, International, at Amsterdam, 146
  • Opened at Paris, Berlin, and Hungary, 577
  • Scientific, Models, Instruments, Tools, Announcement of, 636
  • Scottish National, 1908, 71
  • FARSLEY District Council, Electric Lighting Provisional Order, 655
  • Ferries, Steam, in Sweden, 457
  • Files, Cut in France by Machinery from Germany, 499
  • Filter, Electric, Hungarian’s Invention, 499
  • Finland Factories Declared to be Foreign in regard to Russian Government Orders, 317
  • Finland, New Lines Projected in, 107
  • Fire Brigade, London, Increased Appliances, 190 Report, 343
  • Damp Diffused More Rapidly than Afterdamp, 551
  • Drill on City of Buffalo, Smart Work in Manning Boats, 603
  • Engines in the Isle of Wight, First Steam, 242
  • Equipment at Nurembeig, Three-wheeled Motor Steamers, 627
  • Exits for New York Subway, 627
  • Fireclay, New Workings on Lord Dudley’s Land, 627
  • Flushing-Middleburg Tramway Extension, 343 Fly-shuttle, Inventor of the. Memorial to John Kay, 27
  • Fly-wheel, New Design for Electric Station, 63
  • Fuel Containing Sulphur in Large Quantities, Use of, in Producer Gas Engine Plants, 526
  • Crude Oil, for Boiler Plant at Flour Mills, 526
  • Liquid, Advantages of, 449
  • Oils in California and Texas, Analysis of, 551
  • Petroleum Used in Roumanian Ships, 526
  • Scarcity and Variety at Potosi, Bolivia, 395
  • Furnace Induction Kjellin Steel, at German Iron and Steel Works, 651
  • Furnace, Open-hearth, Collapse of, 603
  • Fuse, Detonating, Tests of, for High Explosive Shells in U.S.A., 11
  • Fusible Plugs, Substitute for
  • Fishing Vessels and Open Safety Valves, 577 Franco-Spanish Trans-Pyrenean Railway Convention, 213
  • Freezing Ground Before Sinking Shafts at Seaham Harbour, 499
  • French Industrial Vehicles, Census for Possible Use in Army Transport, 113
  • French Navy, Vedette Torpedo Boat, Reported . Purchase of New Invention, 603 I
  • Freight, Transatlantic, Daily Despatch of, from | New York, 627
  • Frosting Incandescent Lamp Globe with Emery Cloth, 526
  • Furness Railway, Goods Manager Retires, 190
  • GARDEN Village at Hull, Projected, 343

Gas:

  • Acetylene, and Inverted Incandescent Burners, 343
  • Acetylene, Great Illuminating Power of, 369 Bolton Gas, Profits of, 475
  • Consumption Statistics in United States, 263
  • Cookers and Slot Meters in Norwich, 113
  • Engines for Producer Gas in Palestine, 475
  • Fuel in Pittsburg, Rise in Price, 11
  • Gasholder for Elgin, 627
  • Mains Burst near Cleveland, Ohio, 113
  • Mantle, Eggshell as, for Acetylene Gas, 577
  • Nelson Corporation Applies for Borrowing Powers for, 577
  • Nitrogen, for Fire Inflation, 213
  • Peat, Use of, in Sweden and Elsewhere, 343 Gasoline Explosion, Rare, 577
  • Plants, Suction, in Berlin, Increase in Number, 603
  • Producer, for Steel Works, 244
  • Large Power Installation in Texas, 213
  • Plant Increases Power Efficiency of Soft Coals, 526
  • Thermal Value cf, 213
  • Reduced Cost in Sheffield, 190
  • Supply at Widnes, Profit on Gas at Is. per 1000ft., 603
  • Tnrbinein Prance, 577
  • V. Steam Engines, Mr. J, E. Dowson’s Experiments, 512
  • Water More Poisonous than Ordinary Lighting Gas, 190
  • Water, Percentage of, for Paris Lighting, Rejected, 190
  • Leek Gasworks Plant, Extension at, 577
  • Gases, Specific Heat of, 63
  • GEOLOGICAL Class, 380
  • Society Centenary, 395
  • Geological Survey, United States, Investigation of Platinum Discoveries in California, 641
  • German Foreign Trade Statistics, 137
  • German Smelting Works, Increased Use of Gas Engines, 263
  • Glacier Ice in Demand, 475
  • Glasgow Telephones, Increased Number, 90
  • Gold, Large Nuggets in Australia, 163, 499 Production in Australia, 163, 577 in Australia, 163
  • Big Nuggets, Discovered near Taragnella, Australia, 499
  • and Silver in Northern Ontario, 404 and Platinum in White Sea Region, 343 Silver, and Lead Discovered in New South Wales, 369
  • from South Africa, Large Shipment of, 449 Industry in South Africa, Mr. F. Boyd, 212
  • Graphite, Bohemia, Its Uses, 499 from Borrowdale, Sole Source, of Importance in this Country, 475 Deflocculated, New Product, of Probable Use as a Lubricant, 526 in Quebec, 163
  • Guns versus Armour, Sir W. White’s. Lecture at Govan, 221
  • Guns, Brown Wire-wound, 137
  • Gun-firing Practice, Admiralty Report on Tests,
  • HAMMER, Pneumatic
  • Hampstead Tube Opening

Harbours and Waterways: * Aberdeen Harbour Loan * Aragon and Cataluna Canal * Belfast Harbour Board * Buenos Ayres, New canal

  • Bute South Dock at Cardiff, Opening Fixed,
  • Canal between St. John’s, Quebec, and Montreal, 395
  • First, Built in Massachusetts, 263 from Marseilles to Rhone, 263 Hungarian, between Danube and Theiss, Survey for, 317
  • Kaiser Wilhelm, Enlargement of, 263, 638
  • Moselle and the Saar, Projected by Prussian Government, 113
  • Projected Morava River to the Danube, 63
  • Trent, between Georgian Bayard and Lake Ontario, Probable Completion of, 343
  • Canals in Canada, Commerce Returns, 213 in Russia, Change of Traction on, 213 Royal Commission, Projected Tour of Inspection, 475
  • The Development of Scottish, 486 Three New German, Projected, 627
  • Cardiff Railway Company’s New Dock, The King to Open, 603
  • Cherbourg, New Harbour at, 90
  • Chicago Drainage Canal, Opposition to Further Diversion of Water from Great Lakes, 213
  • Coast Line of Lincolnshire, Great Changes in, 421
  • Construction of Merklands Quay Wall, The, Mr. J. W. Harvie on, 242
  • Danish Harbour of Esbjerg Enlarged, 90 Dock Basin at Stettin, 874
  • Clyde Trust’s New, 251 Floating, at Aberdeen, Proposed, 421 for Gothenburg, being Built at Kiel, 499
  • for Trinidad, 523 for Venice Harbour, 603 T^arge, to be Constructed at Hunter’s Point, 237, 395
  • Largest Dry, Projected at Hunter’s Point, Cal., 237
  • at Keyham, New Machine Shops at, 603 Dockyard, British, at Halifax, Nova Scotia, 86 Dredging at Aden Harbour, 449
  • Dredging Work at Shanghai, Dutch Tender Accepted, 551
  • Dumbarton Harbour, 174
  • Georgian Bay Canal Survey, 37 Glasgow Harbour Tunnel Closed, 385 Harbour at Laraiche, Suggested Construction. 237
  • Improvement, Cape Coast Castle, 95 Kob^, Extensive Improvements at, 369 Turkish, Projected, at Haiffa, 317 of Valparaiso Reduced by Earthquake, 237
  • Works at Athens, Loan for, 627 Harwich Dock Equipment, 11 Kaiser Wilhelm Canal, Traffic on, 63 Lighting of Uruguayan Sea and River Coasts, Scheme for Improvement, 237
  • Lisbon, Port of. Administrative Changes and Improvements, 317
  • Liverpool Dock Board, Improvements on Hand, 113
  • Newlyn Harbour Improvements, 475 Panama Canal, 190, 499
  • Port Extension at Trieste and elsewhere in Austria, 343
  • of Belem, Brazil, Improvement Plans, 317 of Naples, Development of Harbour and Quays, 237
  • Portsmouth, Additional Dock Accommodation at, 63
  • Rotterdam’s New Harbour, 190
  • Russia, Ports to be Improved, 289
  • Sault Sts. Marie Canals, U.S.A., Increase in Earnings of, 63
  • Scarborough Harbour and Pier Improvements, 263
  • Sheerness Harbour can be Improved by Dredging, 645
  • Southampton, New Dock Projected by London and South-Western Railway, 63
  • Southampton Water, Deepening of Channel, 421
  • Sweden’s Waterways, Open and Frozen Periods, 577
  • Taranto, Dry Dock to be Constructed at, 577 . Thames and Lea, Their Daily Flow, 289
  • Waterway, Underground Tunnel, Longest and Largest, for Irrigation in Colorado, 627
  • Harbours and Waterways {continued'):
  • Welland Canal, Canada, Suggested Improvement, 263
  • Visit to Blythe Harbour, 177
  • HARLAND and Wolff’s Southampton Branch, 263
  • Haslington Sewerage Scheme, 163
  • Heat Transmission, Loss Due to Scale in Boilers, 395
  • Helium, Pure, Prepared by Filtration through Silica, 287
  • Heriot-Watt College, Edinburgh, New Departments, 221, 475
  • Holland, Electric and Steam Tramways in, 343 Hooded Vans, Danger of, 136
  • Horns on Horsed Vehicles Prohibited in Burma, 395
  • Howth Drainage Scheme, 163
  • Hudson River, Peculiar Property of its Silt, 90 Hull and Barnsley Railway, Changes in the Board, 190
  • Hydeslite, New Metal for Strengthening Brass, 317
  • Hydraulic Power Works at Brusio, 523 Hydro-electric Power Station near Rheinfelden, 421
  • Hydrofluoric Acid for Cleaning Castings, 113 Hydrofluoric Acid for Cleaning Castings, 551 Hydrogen Corpuscles, Octillions and Quintillions of, 137
  • Hygiene, Industrial, Prize Offered, 226
  • ICEBREAKER for Helsingfors, 113
  • Immigrants Landing in New York, Small Proportion only for New York City, 289
  • Increase of Telephone Charges in Sheffield, 655
  • India-rubber, Cultivation in Italy Suggested, 237
  • India-rubber in Madagascar, New Varieties of Plants, 577
  • Indian Import and Export Trade with Germany Belgium, and United Kingdom, 395
  • Infant Mortality, Proposed Crdches in Blackburn Mills, 37
  • Ing^nieur Chimiste Degree Instituted in France, 37
  • Injectors, Effect of Superheated Steam on, 627

Institutions, Societies, &c.:

  • Birmingham Association of Mechanical Engineers, Meeting, 252
  • Cold Storage and Ice Association, 226
  • Association of Engineers-in-Charge, Fuel Economies and Steam Generation, Mr. W. F. Goodrich, 177
  • Engineering and Scientific Association of Ireland, 402
  • Geologists* Association, Announcement of Meeting, 112
  • Leeds Association of Engineers : History and Treatment of High-speed Steel, Mr. Fred M. Osborne, 77 Lecture, 151
  • Lecture by Mr. H. J. Fuller, 236
  • Leicester Association of Engineers, Announcement of Visit, 599
  • Manchester Association of Engineers : Dinner, 174
  • Mr. J. Adamson Chosen President, 237 Visit to Cargo Fleet Iron Company’s Works, 596
  • President’s Garden Party, 664
  • Manchester Steam Users’ Association, The, Report for 1906, 512
  • Marine Engineers’ Association, Announcement of Lecture, 71
  • Incorporated Municipal and County Engineers : The Association of, 460, 584, 699 Announcement of Annual Meeting, 599 Announcement of Meeting, 584
  • Incorporated Municipal Electrical Association : 339
  • Programme, Alteration of, 602
  • Annual Convention, Announcement of, 564
  • Yorkshire Miners* Association, Annual Report. 221
  • West of Scotland Foremen Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Association, Dinner, 271
  • Asylum, Long. Grove, Announcement of Inspection of, 599
  • Automobile Club at Halifax Erects Direction Signs on Tram Poles, 369
  • Automobile Club, Various Papers Read, 113
  • British South Polar Expedition Planned, 162 Central Technical College, Old Students’ Dinner, 48
  • Clyde Shipyard, Transference of a, 174
  • Crystal Palace Engineering School, Wilson Premium Award, 429
  • James Forrest Lecture, Announcement of, 512 Automobile Engineers, The Institution of, 512 Chartered Institute of Patent Agents, The, Conversazione, 429
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • Conference, Announcement of, 536
  • Students’ Annual Dinner, 403
  • Birmingham Association of Students, 51, 112
  • Glasgow Association of Students :
  • “ Embankment for Impounding Water,” Mr. Thomas Muirhead
  • “Renewal of Railway Bridges,” Mr. J. W, F. Gardner, 178
  • Newcastle - upon - Tyne Association of Students, 68, 374, 491,582
  • Association of Yorkshire Students : Announcement of Annual Dinner, 98 Notes on Sand Filtration and Derwent Valley Water Board, Mr. Andrew Williamson, 358
  • Cleveland Institution of Engineers : Announcement of Conversazione, 98
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, The : '
  • Conversazione, 635
  • Professor J. J. Thomson’s Election, 322 I Announcement of Meeting, 523
  • Glasgow Section :
  • Concert, 61
  • The Induction Motor, by Mr. R. Rankine, 98
  • Meeting, 62 Manchester Section :
  • Numbers of, 603
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland :
  • Appointment of Ofificers, Premium Awards, 445
  • New Buildings in Glasgow, 186, 508
  • Institutions, Societies, &e. {comtinuea}:
  • Institute of Gas Engineers, The, 602
  • Iron and Steel Institute, The :
  • Meeting in Vienna, 225 Annual Meeting, 145
  • Meeting and Dinner, Annual, Announcement of, 89
  • Programme of Autumn Meeting, 640
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, The; Announcement of Visits, 666, 668 Dinner, 174
  • Visit to Rotherhithe Tunnel Works, 236 Institute of Marine Engineers, The :
  • Mr. J. G. Hawthorn on Engine Construction. 300
  • Mr. A. E. Battle’s Lecture on Electricity, 244, 354
  • Institute of Marine Engineers, 342
  • Visit to Erith Works of Vickers, Sous and Maxim, 596
  • Ventilation at Sea, Mr. W. M’Laren, 124 Institute of Mechanical Engineers :
  • Conversazione, 512
  • Benefactions towards Prize Papers, 77 Meeting at Aberdeen, 174
  • Institute of Mechanical Engineers, Graduates Association:
  • Meeting, 177
  • Cranes, Notes on the Design and Equipment of Electric Travelling, Mr. H. Broughton. 262
  • Portland Cement and the Machinery Used in its Manufacture, Mr. A. B, E. Cheeseman, 74
  • Successful Summer Meeting at Birmingham, 641
  • General Meeting, 394
  • Mining Institute of Scotland, Annual Meeting. 408
  • Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, 174,274, 471
  • Institution of Naval Architects, 142, 221, 429 North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, 112, 408, 445, 565
  • North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, 144, 560, 582 institute, Northampton, 48, 98
  • Royal Institution, 145, 303, 365, 487, 589
  • Royal Sanitary Institute, The, Meeting, 159
  • Royal United Service Institution, Programme of Lectures, 51
  • King’s College (University of London) Dinner, 445
  • Locomotive Engineering, Conversazione at Swindon, 144
  • Railway Club to Visit Swindon Locomotive Works, 577
  • Petroleum Congress, Taird International, 176 Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, Meeting, 195
  • Amalgamated Society of Engineers, Quarterly Report, 559
  • Society of Arts:
  • Programme, 350
  • Mr. Hal Williams on “Commercial Applications of Refrigeration,” 195
  • Competition Gold Medal, Details of Conditions, 666
  • Indian Section, Announcement of Meeting. 532
  • Civil and Mechanical Engineers’ Society: Announcement of Meeting, 68
  • Meeting, 226
  • Coventry Engineering Society, Syllabus of Papers, 72
  • Engineers, Men’s Society of, at Derby, Wages Question, 576
  • Engineering Society, East London College, Buttressed Masonry Dams, Mr. M. J. Ormsby, 220
  • Engineering Golfing Society, 565, 638, 654 Faraday Society, The:
  • The Present Position and Future Prospects of the Electrolytic Alkali and Bleach Industry, Mr. J. B, C. Kershaw on, 226
  • Announcement of Meetings, 98, 536, 640] Announcement of Annual Meeting, 536
  • Meeting, 640
  • The Impedance of Solutes in Solvents as Manifested by Osmotic Pressure, J. G. A. Rhodin, 358
  • Glasgow Technical College Scientific Society :
  • The Development of the Alternating Current Motor, Mr; W. Benisonllird, 98
  • Balancing of Marine Engines, Mr. J. V. Robinson, 252
  • Liverpool Engineering Society:
  • Gold Medal Award, 150
  • Announcement of Meeting, 391 Manchester Geological and Mining Society:
  • Announcement of Meeting, 486, 608 Physical Society: Announcement of Meeting, 602
  • Physical Society of London, 24, 658
  • Royal Agricultural Society:
  • Invited to Newcastle, 37
  • Entries at Lincoln, 298
  • Regulations, 136
  • Royal Meteorological Society, 507
  • Step Anemometer, Mr. Walter Child’s, 635 Announcement of Meetings. 201, 435, 608 Presentation of Address to Mr. Wm. Marriott. 98 ’
  • Major Baden-Powell’s Lecture on the Exploration of the Air, 316
  • Rain Gauges, Dr. Mill’s Paper on, 537
  • Annual Meeting of the, 59
  • Railway, Experimental, for Tests, near Berlin, 538
  • Royal Scottish Society of Arts :
  • Keith Lectures, 1907, 144
  • Announcement of Meeting, 98
  • Sheffield Students’ Engineering and Metallurgical Society, Meeting, 59
  • Society of Engineers:
  • Announcement of Meeting, 112
  • Visit to Reservoirs, 599, 638
  • Society of Motor Omnibus Engineers, 220 Telephotography, 145 ; Professor Korn’s Lecture, 145
  • Tug’s Long Voyage, 77
  • Tunnel, The Channel, Lecture at Lille, 145 Turbines Changed for Reciprocating Engines,
  • University College, London:
  • Extension for Schools of Engineering and Architecture, 408
  • Students’ Dinner, Annual, 408
  • University, Sohemo for West of England, at Bristol, 11
  • INSURANCE of Engines and Boilers, 325 Irrigation in the Philippines, by Jgorrote Tribes, 317
  • in the Punjaub, Chenab Canal System, 475
  • Reservoir and Electric Lighting, at Potchefstroom, Transvaal, 475
  • Iron and Steel, German Exports, 137
  • Pipes, Comparison between Cast and Wrought Iron, 603
  • Trade of North of England, Appointments of President and Referee for Board of Conciliation and Arbitration, 113
  • Works, Proposed Erection of, in New South Wales, 449
  • Syndicate in Bilbao, 113
  • Iron Manufacture, Early Egyptian, Same as of Modern Ethiopian Races, 369
  • Oro Mines at Hopewell, Pennsylvania, Probable Development of, 526
  • Mining in Lapland, Swedish Government, Proposes to Acquire Rights in, 395
  • Swedish, for Philadelphia, 526, 577 Swedish, Smelted in the United Kingdom, 526
  • in Missouri, 289
  • Quantity Imported from Belgium, 655 in Slag, Quick Method of Estimating Amount, 289
  • Steel, &c.. Coated with Tin, New Process, 421
  • Steel and Pig Iron Shipments from Manapol to Baltic Ports, 551
  • Rusting of. Accelerated by Copper, Retarded by Various other Metals, 369 Ironstone Mines, Rosebery, Cleveland, Re-opened, 551
  • Italian Submarine Glauco, Successful Trials of, 627
  • JAMAICA, Loan for Reconstruction Scheme, 163 Japan Exports Exceed Imports, 499
  • Orders Equipment for South Manchurian Railway, 551
  • Increased Output of Copper, 163
  • Steamship Companies’ Amalgamation, 11 Japanese Manufacture Automatic and Gatling Guns in China, 289
  • Sailors Supplied with Water Bottles, 475
  • Steel Experts Studying Conditions of Different Countries Preparatory to Placing Large Order, 499 Japan’s Foreign Trade, 190 Jebba Wreck, Rescuers Rewarded, 551
  • KOKOMO, Marion and Western Traction Com pany’s Improvements, 526
  • LABOUR Co-partnership Association Report, 63
  • Labour in Germany, Shortage of, Girls as Navvies, 603
  • Lamp, Electric, Light of. Greater Horizontally than Vertically, 395
  • Lamps, Osmium or Tungsten, 369
  • Lead Ore in Golconda, West Derbyshire, 603 Leeds University Buildings Extension, 263 Light Failure in Ship’s Engine-room, 395 Light, Measurement of, 395
  • Lighthouse at Pharos, Alexandria, Earliest Described, 213
  • of La Coubre, Old, France, Collapse of, 526
  • on French Coast. Three New, 577 Lightning Effect at Deal, 577
  • Lightning, Protection Against, 577
  • Little Raith Colliery, Fifesbire, Fire at, 655
  • Live Loads on American Bridge, Great Increase in, 421
  • Llangollen, 20in. Bridge to be Increased to 36in., 577
  • Lloyd’s Register Surveyors in Scotland, 259 lich Ness, Temperature Experiments, 190 Locomotives, Superheated Steam in, 136 Compressed Air, for Smelting Works in Montana, 551
  • Engine Shed, American, 534 Exports, Good Prospecte for, 603 Oil-fired, in Russia, does 79 Miles per Hour, 343
  • 600 Horse - power Electric, for Shawinigan Falls Railway, 369 Testing Plant from St. Louis Exhibition Installed on Pennyslvania Railroad, 551
  • Increased Weight and Speed of, in Relation to Railroad Tracks, 343
  • Passenger and Freight, in U.S.A., Increase in Tractive Power of, 421
  • United States Passenger and Freight, Increased Tractive Power, 499
  • Steam vfirxuit Electric, 449 with Schmidt Superheaters, 369 Lumber Company’s Small Steam Engine to Run on Ice, 395
  • Pennsylvania. Heavy Freight, and Tenders, 499
  • Sixty Ordered for Roumanian State Railways, 551
  • Tank Engines, Increased Use of, 263
  • Txjgarithras, Tercentenary of their Discovery, 551 London County Council Steamboat Service, 369 London, Port of, Bill for Dock Extension, 113 Ijower Austrian Light Railways, Rolling Stock, 113


  • MACDONALD Engineering Building at McGill University, Montreal, Destroyed by Fire, 369, 449
  • Machine Tools, Imported by France, 577 Maintenance of Works, Prize Essay Award, 88 Manche8ter,tNew Art Gallery and Library for, 213 Ship Canal, 90, 190, 317 University, Engineering ' Laboratories to be Erected, 603
  • Manganese Deposits in Portugal, 137
  • Discovery in Mysore, 395 Exports from Brazil, 577 Mines in Poland Ceded to English Syndicate, 113
  • Mantles, New Process for Making, 63 Mars, Temperature of, 421
  • Maxim Machine Gun, New Carriage for, 163 Mercury Arc Lamp, Duration of 3000 Hours, 113 Mercury, Decline in its Price, 577 Merryweather Fire Brigade Dinner, 331 Metal-working Machinery, Statistics of American Output, 421
  • Metals, Moulding in Rubber, 421
  • Meterological Office, Harvesting Operations, Offer to Telegraph Forecasts during, 557
  • Metric Weights and Measures in London, 369 Milk Pails Made of Paper, 421
  • Milk Transportation in Germany, 395 Mine Depths and Coal Dust, 627 Mineral Discoveries near Missale, East Africa, 526
  • Output of Australia for 1906,[577
  • Traffic in Great Britain, Statistics of, 343 and Mining Machinery, International Exhibition in 1908 at New York, 551 I Increased Outputin theUnited Kingdom,
  • 603
  • Metal-bearing, Subjected to a Spark of I a High-tension Induction Coil, Colour
  • ' Effects, 343
  • Statistics of, in New South Wales, 449 Minors Federation of Great Britain Joined by Northumberland Miners’ Council, 551 Mines, Accidents in, 163
  • in Austria, Safety Chambers for Men, 289
  • Props for. Correct Setting of, 369
  • Mining Company, The Beckormet, in Cumberland, Improved Prospects of, 551
  • in France, Provision of Breathing Appliances, 421
  • Industry in Peru, Increase in, 577
  • Loss of Life in, 449
  • of All Kinds, Great Increase in, in Canada, 369
  • Morocco, New Works by Germans, 237 Motor Boat Exhibition in Kiel, 289
  • Boats, Increase of, in China, 237
  • Lifeboat for Tees Mouth, 421
  • Propelled Fishing Boats for Scotland, 449
  • Watering Carts in Berlin, 395
  • Yacht, Sea-going, Races Arranged, 395
  • NAVAL Targets, Reduced Size for Firing Teats, 113
  • Nebraska University Projects New Laboratory, 577
  • Neokar, Deepening of the, from the Rhine to Heilbronn, 474
  • New Bridge over the Blue Nile at Khartoum, 655 Caledonia, How, Passed to France, 421 South Wales, Dam for Murrumbidgee River, 449
  • Increase in Population, 37 Public Works in, Expenditure on, 395
  • York, New Subway Planned, 163 Strike of Longshoremen, 526 Surface Car Lines, Cost of, 499 Water Supply, Municipal and Private Companies, 475
  • Zealand, Colonial Statistics, 90 Mails from Great Britain, Suspension of San Francisco Service 237
  • Niagara Falls, Electric Power from, 90 Grade Crossing Commission Appointed, 577
  • Preservation, Refusal of Permission to Divert Calumet River, 343
  • Nigeria, Southern, Expenditure on Various Improvements, 317
  • Nitrogen, Atmospheric, Professor 0. N. Witt on, 499
  • Nitrogen Gas for Inflating Tires, 475
  • North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, 220
  • Northern Pacific Railway, Hours of Employment on, 475
  • Novel Method of Toughening Metals, 655
  • OBSERVATORY, Cape of Good Hope, Appointment of Mr. Sydney S. Hough, P.R.S., 11
  • Office “ Tickler,” Diary and Memoranda Cards, Henry Wells Oil Company, 188
  • Ohio, Lives Lost in Coal Industry, 655
  • Oil Fuel for the United States Navy not Favoured by Admiral Evans, 224
  • Trial on United States Torpedo Boat, 499
  • Storage on the Medway, 163 Pipe Line from Baku to Batum, 63 Pomping, Cheaper than Rail Transportation, 317
  • Replaces Coal on Pacific Coast Steamers, 289 Tanks to be Provided at South Indian Railway Stations, 551
  • Omnibus Traffic, Motor, on Waterloo Bridge, 500 in Paris, 87
  • Reduction of Vibration, Committee Inquiry into, 577
  • PAINT as Preservative of Steel ia Masonry, 499
  • Painting Galvanised Iron, 190, 499
  • Paisley Tramway System Extension, 289
  • Palais des Expositions to Replace the Pans Gal^rie des Machines, 137, 285
  • Palladium and Copper, Mixed Alloys of, 90
  • Panama Canal, Alterations Suggested, 163
  • Paris Cattle Show, 213
  • Paris Gal6rie des Machines, Demolition of, 137 Parkhead Works, Wm. Beardmore and Co., Developments at, 350
  • Patent, Damages for Infringement, 661
  • Law Reforms, British, Mr. B. H. Thwaite at Glasgow Technical College Scientific Society, 188
  • Office, American, Deficient Staff, 11 and Designs Bill, The, Committee Progress, 486
  • Pattern-room in England for Stores Required by Egyptian State Railways, 317
  • Peat Fuel, Extensive Use of, in Germany, 369
  • Pennies, Old German, Bought by United States Manufacturers, 263
  • Pennsylvania Mines, Fire Precautions in, 263
  • Pennsylvania, Proposal to Employ Prison Labour for Road Building, 603
  • Persia, No Openings in, for Large or Complicated Machinery, 369
  • Petroleum at Island of Trinidad, 90
  • Discovery at Hope Town, Cape Colony, 369
  • in U.S.A., Reduced High-grade Production, 263
  • Pipe Lines, Baku to Batum, also across Isthmus of Panama, Completion, 113, 577
  • Replaces.Coal for Italian Railways, 213 Spirit, Importation of, 190 5>pirit, Exports of, from Roumania, 213
  • Petrol Storage in Excess of Licence, at Sheffield, 11
  • Philadelphia, Cost of Filtration, 113
  • Philippine Coalfields, Development of, 449
  • Photographs, Electric Transmission of, Improvements, 37
  • Photographic' Record and Survey Society of Sussex, 395
  • Physical Science, Prizes Offered at Turin, 237
  • Pig Iron, English, Increased Purchases of, by Japan, 627
  • German, Consumption of, 137 Production in United States, in 1906, 90
  • from Scotland, for U.S.A., 627
  • Steel Ingots, Iron and Steel Cutlery and Machinery in America, Increased Imports of, 603
  • Pittsburgh, Railway Museum Proposed, 163
  • Plate Mill, 72in., for Carnegie Steel Company, 449 Plates, Scaling of, Comparison between Plante and Faure Types, 449
  • Plumbago, Blacklead or Graphite, Origin of Name, 577
  • Plumbers, Registration of, 590
  • Proposed Engineers’ Strike in Newcastle, 655 Pneumatic Machines for Building Temeraire, 63 Polishing Nickel-plated Steel Articles, 449 Pollak-Virag Apparatus Modified to Transmit Image of Human Speech, 37
  • Portland Cement in Canada, Quantity Manufactured, 317
  • Post-office Extension, The General, 236 Potasimite, New Explosive in Mexico, 577
  • Power Development for Manufacturing Industries in U.S.A.,289
  • Plants, Comparison between Producer Gas and Steam, 343
  • from United States Blast Furnaces, Waste of, 475
  • Practice Primers for Naval Breechloaders, 37 Premium System to be Retained by Admiralty, 577
  • Projectiles, Output from’ Lathes, Motor-driven and Belt-driven, 190
  • Protection of Workpeople, Offer of Prize in Italy, 177
  • Prussian Government Rights in Coal Mining and Potash Salt Works, 263
  • Pulleys, New Preparation for Coating, 354
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, United States Velocity Tests of, 137
  • Pumps, Turbine, Electrically-driven, 499
  • QUARRIES at Caithness, Paving Stone, Attempt to Restart, 263
  • Queen’s Engineering Works, Bedford, Prizegiving, 20
  • Quern, or Hand Mill, Unearthed near Reading, 263
  • RADIUM, Experiments on, 655

Railways:

  • Aberdeen Tramcars Utilised for Street Sweening. ! 603
  • Acceleration of Service of Circle Trains since Electrification, 421
  • Accidents on British Railways, Return, 213 !
  • on United States Railways, 213, 289, 395
  • Electric Railway, in Ohio, 627
  • American Railway Accidents, June, 1905—June ;
  • 1906, 11 '
  • Railways, Honourable Mention of
  • Deserving Employes, 526
  • “ Nickel-plate ” Railroad, Dining Car Charges, 113
  • Railroad Earnings in 1906, 289
  • Andes, Railway to Cross, 11
  • Antwerp and Brussels Electric Railway, Proiect Abandoned, 289
  • Arbroath Railway Accident, 37, 449
  • Argentina, Central North Railway Extension, 317
  • Central North Railway, Survey for Branch Line, 317
  • Change of Railway Ownership in, 213
  • Railways Change Hands, 499
  • Austria-Hungary, New Railway, Trevna to Gabrovo, 113
  • Automobile Baggage Trucks for Pennsylvania Railroad, 369
  • Automotors on Railways in 1848, 343
  • Bakerloo Tube, Great Central Station Opened, 343
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, Fire at, Philadelphia, 137
  • Bavarian Railways, Free Coffee for Railwaymen, 476
  • Behring Strait Railway :
  • Reported Granting of Concession, 603
  • Tunnel Refused by Russia, 369
  • Railway, Beira to Shire River, 651
  • Belgian State Railways, Statistics of Mileage, &c., 113
  • Belgian Vicinal Railways, Tenders for New Construction Invited, 395
  • Bengal-Nagpur Railway Apprentices, Boarding House and School for, Projected, 421
  • Benguella Railway to Katanga, 655
  • Berlin Elevated Railroad, Ticket Slot Machine, 163
  • Birmingham, Train Derailment at, 603 Bloomington and Joliet Electric Railway, Illinois
  • Success of, 627
  • Bolivia, New Railways in, 63
  • Bombay, Baroda and Central Indian Railway Company, Strike of Workmen owing to Altered Ticket Distribution, 551
  • Bolton Corporation, Tests on Motor Omnibus, 655
  • Brazil Central Railway, Widening, 449
  • Railway Extension in, 63 Surveys in, 317 and Telegraphic Extension in, 317 Brennan Mono Railway, Experiments in India, 577
  • Bridge, First Iron Railroad, 449
  • British, Bills Opposed by Various Provincial
  • Authorities, 343
  • Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company:
  • Huge Power-house, 163
  • Fares Charged by, 37
  • Uses an All-steel Surface Car, 577,
  • Bucharest to Craiova, Projected Railway, 63 Bulgarian Railway Extension, 289 Burma Railway, Accident on, 577
  • -Chinese Railway Survey, 190
  • Railway Extension Projected, 289
  • Canada, Terrible Railway Accident in, 677
  • Canada Railway Construction, Growth of, 476
  • Canadian Railways, Scarcity of Labour for Construction, 213
  • Canadian Pacific Railroad Extensions, 37
  • Canadian Pacific Railway:
  • Projected Branch Line, 137
  • Steamers for Victoria to Yokohama Route, 263 Canadian Railways, Amalgamationof Three Lines, , 627
  • Construction, Great Demand for Labour, 526
  • Development in 1906, 395
  • , Development, Large Increase
  • in, 263, 421
  • Great Extensions Contemplated, 137
  • Cananea, Yaqui River, On Pacific Railway, Mexico, Russian and Chinese Labour for, 603
  • Car and Locomotive Orders in U.S.A., Statistics of, for 1906, 343
  • Central London Railway:
  • * Fares, 499
  • Subway at Oxford-circus, Proposed, 213
  • Central South African Railway :
  • Report, 651
  • To Set Up Machinery for Oil Extraction from Castor Oil Plant, 526
  • Ceylon Government Railways, Gauge, 63
  • Ceylon Railways, Increase of High-capacity Wagons, 90
  • Charing Cross, Euston and Hampstead Railway : 317
  • Passengers Carried on, 655
  • Chaumont to Neuch:ltel, Funicular Railway Decided upon, 603
  • Chicago and Milwaukee Electric Railroad Extension, 499
  • Burlington and Quincy Railway Limits Speed for Safety, 190
  • Elevated Railroad, Traffic Statement, 190
  • and Eastern Illinois Railroad Proposes to Carry Coal to New Orleans by Boat, 526
  • Railroads East of, Increased Rates on Lumber, 551
  • North-Western Elevated Railway in, Opened, 603
  • Chili, New Railway Projected, 603
  • Chinese Government Grants Railway Concession to French Syndicate, 213,
  • Chinese Railways, Classification of, 63
  • City and South London Railway :
  • Extension to Euston, 90, 317
  • New Extension, 577
  • Cleveland Electric Railway Company, 3-cent Fare Suspended, 475
  • Coal, Cost of, for Steam Railways Compared with Fuel for Electric Power, 137
  • Cologne Railway Bridge over Rhine Widened, 213
  • Columbian Government’s New Railway, Palmira and Cartago, 526
  • Columbus, Delaware and Marion Railway, Bucyrus Extension, 37
  • Conakry-Niger Railway, 449
  • Cromarty and Dingwall Light Railway Order Submitted to Board of Trade, 640
  • Cuban Central Railway, Survey of New Branches, 37
  • Damascus, First Electric Railway in, 499
  • Danish Railways, Increase of Government Control, 263
  • Danish Railways, Projected Extension, 213 Derailment to Irish Goods Train, 626
  • District Railway Ballast, Granite Replaces Sand, 213
  • District Railway Company, Acceleration of Service, 11
  • Dumbarton Tramways Opened, 213
  • Dutch Railway Construction, 11
  • East India Railway:
  • Reports, R’se in Cost of Living and therefore in Wages, 526
  • Changes in the Directorate, 190
  • Colliery Department, English Chemist for, 603
  • Reduction in Third-class Fares, 237
  • Edinburgh Electric Tramways, 37
  • Electric Railways in Michigan, State Supervision Advocated, 163
  • Electric Railways, Mileage of Massachusetts Increases, and Steam Railway Mileage Decreases, 526
  • Single-phase Traction, 627 Tram .Rail Corrugation, 475 Underground Railways in London, Wear and Tear of Permanent Way, 37 Railway Systems, Rival, Mr. Hobart on, 499
  • Railway from Geraudmer, Schlucht Pass to Miinster, Highest in Germany, 551 Tramcar, Fine for Interference with, 551
  • European Railways Opened in 1905, 237 Erie Railroad, Tests of Electrified Branch, 526 Electric Railway. Atlantic Shore Line, 369 Electrification of Birkenhead and Chester Railway, London and North-Western Railway, and Great Western Railway, Seek Further Authority for Electrification, 163
  • Electric Railway Opened in Illinois, 627 Electric Railways Company of London, American Manager, 190
  • Experimental Railroad for Testing Signalling Devices, 655
  • France and Spain, Proposal to Connect, by a Railway System, 655
  • French Railways, Scanty Extension, 317 French Indo-Chinese Railway Convention, 213 Engines and Wagons, Additional, Ordered by French Government, 369
  • Franco-Spanish Trans-Pyrenean Railways, 237 Gauge of Tramway Lines in Chili, 475
  • Geddes, E. C., Appointment to North-Eastern Railway, 37
  • Genoa Harbour and Irregular Railway Service, 289
  • German New Metre-gauge Railway on Gulf of Guinea. 551
  • Railway Employes, Statistics of, 475 South-West Africa, 2ft. Gauge Railway in, 190
  • Germany, Uniform Railway Tariff Instituted, 237 Glasgow Electric Tramways, Success of, 603 Glasgow Tramway Committee Recommend Continental Inquiry regarding Turbines for Power Stations, 526
  • Grand Trunk Railway:
  • New Line to Toronto, 113
  • Plant for Rolling Stock Construction, 369 Great Central Railway:
  • Bill before Parliament, 237,627 Discontinuance of Sunday Goods Traffic, 263 Turbine Steamer Marylebone, 37
  • Great Central, Midland, and Hull and Barnsley Companies, New Joint Lines, 190
  • Great Eastern Railway: Half-yearly Report, 90 Increase in Men’s Pay, 113 New Restaurant Trains for, 137 Opens Tollesbury Pier and Railway Station, 526 Parkeston Quay Extension, 90
  • Great Northern Railway (United States), Change of Chairman, 369
  • Great Northern Railway Projects Line in South Yorkshire, 577
  • Great Northern, Piccadilly, and Brompton : Alterations in Running, 233
  • Train on Fire, 499
  • Great Western Railway: Cost of Steamboats, 163 Distant Signalling, 263 Employs 70,000 Men, 190 Engine Shed, 655 Motors, Success of, 188 Numerous Small Shareholders, 190
  • Great Western and Metropolitan Railways : Extension of Service to Richmond, 90
  • Great Western: New Motor Service in Wales, 499
  • Greece, Railways in, 655
  • Guarantee Fund on Indian Railways, 369 Guatemala, New Railways Projected, 577 Gyroscopic Action of Revolving Armatures in Railroad Cars, 655
  • Harriman Railway; Alleged Bribery, 37 Hastings and Bexhill Tramways Extension, Motion Defeated, 627
  • Havana Railway Extension, 11, 63 Hayti, New Railway, 90
  • Hayti Railroad and Steamship Extensions, 263 Holland, Local Railways and Tramways Projected, 317
  • Hudson Companies’ Tunnels, Improvements in Cars and Stations, 163
  • and Manhattan Railroad, Extensions of, 655
  • Bay, 245
  • Hungarian Government Railways, New Rolling Stock, 237
  • Hungary, Narrow-gauge Railroads in, 655 Iceland, Proposed New Railway, 11 Illinois Central Railroad Company, New Lines. O1Q ’ ’
  • Portable Rotary Converter Sub-stations,
  • Groat Indian Peninsula Railway Proposes New Branch to Serve Bombay Docks, 577
  • Great Indian Peninsula Railway Company Proposes Providing Hydraulic Buffer Stops for Train Control at Victoria Terminus, 551
  • Great Indian Peninsula Railway to Build Quarters for Soldiers while Training. .677
  • Light Railway Extension, 190
  • Madras Electric Tramway’s Receipts, 627
  • Madras Railway Company to be Purchased by Government, 475
  • Madras Railway, Government Purchase of, 551
  • Madras Railway’s Perambur Works to be Electrified, 526
  • Mysore State Railway, Survey for Short Metre Gauge Line, 577
  • New Branch Line in Central Provinces, and Tramway in Cachar, 577
  • Railways, Earnings, 263
  • Railway Mileage in Varying Gauge, 190 Railways, Transfer of Line, 577 South, Railway Bogies, 263 South, Railways’ Receipts, 627 Steel Girders on Indian Railways, 381 Indianapolis and Louisville Traction Company Trial Trips, 603
  • Interborough Rapid Transit Tube Railway, Progress of, 37
  • Hallways {eontinnedyx
  • International Conference for Technical Unity of Railways, 499
  • Isle of Wight Railways, Proposed Electrification of, 317
  • Italian Government Railways, Electrification of Various Lines, 137
  • Italian State Railway Coal Bought, 655
  • Italy, Genoa Electric Tram Company, Construction of Private Roadway, 655 Electrification of Railways in, 395 Electric Railway between Rome and Lauren- tina, 63
  • Railways in Italian Lake District, Projected, 317
  • Italian Main Railways, Extensions on Acquisition by State, 237
  • Italian State Railway, Contract for Sleepers, 551
  • Jaffa to Jerusalem Railway, Thriving Condition of Finances, 475
  • Japan, Compound Engines for, Built in America, 11
  • Government Railways Provide Tablets for Passengers’ Notes, 526
  • to build Extensive Railroads in South Manchuria, 163
  • Japanese and Chinese Railway Negotiations, 313 Railways, 434
  • Railway to be Electrified, 163 build Railway and also Shops for Rolling Stock Erection and Repair in Island of Saghalin, 577
  • Kowloon Railway, Chinese Government Vote for its Construction, 551
  • Kherson-Nicolaieff Railway, not Completed, 449 Kyushu, Japanese Island, Electric Tramways for, 137
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Automatic' Level Crossing Gates, Electrically Worked, 63
  • Leicester and Swannington Railway, Commence- ( ment of, 655
  • Siberia, Without Railways or Telegraph, 369
  • Light Railway Commissioners:
  • Orders, Various, Confirmed by Board of I Trade, 395, 449, 475, 577
  • Applications for Orders for Llandudno and
  • I Colwyn Bay Es tension, and Barton to
  • Immingham Railway, 641
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast, New “Trailer ” Coaches, 499
  • London, Chatham and Dover Railway, Accounts of, 90
  • London County Council:
  • Cars, Speed of, 655
  • Electrification of Tramways in Clapton-road, 655
  • Tramways, Increased Electrification, 113 London and North-Western Railway :
  • Closing of Station at Micklehurst, 113 Encourage Recreation of their Staff, 526 Retirement of Mr. H. Prichard, 190
  • Los Angeles Pacific Company Imports Railway Sleepers from Formosa, 526
  • Maidstone Rural District Light Railways Blxten- sion, 63
  • Manchuria, South, Railway Passes to Company, 395
  • Mass Meeting, of Railwaymen in Norwich, 655 Matterhorn Railway Projected, 37
  • Mecca and Medina Railway Begun, 289
  • Mersey Railway Electric Locomotive Costs, 526 Mersey Railway Company, Omnibus Service, 11 Metropolitan Railway:
  • Acceleration of Service, 395
  • Electrification Extended, 90 Number of Passengers since Opening in 1863, 90
  • Service, Improvements, 376
  • Yearly Returns of Passengers and Train Mileage, 90
  • Mexico, Central Railroad’s Oil-burning Freight Engines, 137
  • Central Railroad Orders New Type of Oil-burning Freight Engines, 289
  • Central Railroad, Storing of Oil Fuel, 577
  • City and Chalco New Railway, 551
  • New Railway from Columbia to Jarita, 63 New Railways in the State of Sonora, 137
  • Railway Extension, 369
  • Railway Projected between, and Belize, 289
  • Middlesex, Light Railway for Wembley, 163 Midland Railway:
  • Appointment of Mineral Manager’s Assistant, 89
  • Bridges over Derwent and Wye, 11
  • Declines Proposal for Steamer Service between Heysham and Kingstown, 577
  • Drivers’ and Firemen’s Holiday, 449 General Superintendent Appointed, 369
  • New Goods Shed, 655
  • Number of Stations, Rolling Stock, &c., 90 Station at Leeds, Reconstruction of, 499 Statistics of Capital Expenditure, Passengers, and Staff, 90
  • Statistics of Fuel Consumption, Tonnage of Merchandise Carried, &c., 90
  • Tunnels, Derby to Buxton, 63
  • Milwaukee Northern Electric Railway, Gas Engines to be Used in Power Plant, 577
  • Moloditschno-Nikolaieff Railway Disaster, 551 Mono-rail, Behr, Suggested Line at New York, 603
  • Mono-rail Tramway Construction in India, 421 Mont Blanc Railway to be Opened Shortly, 603 Montreal Street Railway Company’s Transfer Slips, 526
  • Moscow, Street Railways Projected in, 603 Motor Road Railways in France, Projected, 317 Trucks on Pennsylvania Railroad, 475 Vehicle for Existing Railroads, The Decau- ville Company, 475
  • Museum of Railway Relics in Pittsburg, 655 Narrow-gauge Railways, Projected, in Spain, 343 New Jersey State Railroad Commission, 499 South Wales Railways, Extensive System, 137
  • Growth of Railways in, 113 Railways, Chief Commissioner’s Appointment, 113
  • Railways and Tramways, Quarterly Report on, 603 York Subway, Brake Shoes for, Twenty Tons Used Monthly, 113
  • New Haven and Hartford Railroad, Electric Single-phase Trains, 100 Miles an Hour, Tests on, 603
  • New York Railways, Elevated, Surface and Subways, Greatly Increased Traffic, 263
  • State, Reconstitution of Various Boards of Commissioners, 37
  • Surface Car Lines, Cost of, 475 North British Railway Company to Take Over Invergarry and Fort Augustus Railway, 526 North-Eastern Railway and York, 434 North-Eastern Railway:
  • Appointment, Mr. H. D. Dryden, 276 Company Appoints Yard Master at Hull, 369 New Sidings, 63
  • North-East Coast Engineers, Wages Dispute, 603 North London Railway New Station, 665 North-Western State Railway Administration Survey, 281
  • North-Western Railway of India, Disaffection Among Railway Employees, 475
  • Norway, Widening of Railway Gauge, and New Rolling Stock in, 317
  • Norwegian State Railways, Increase of Goods Rolling Stock, 499
  • Nottingham Tram Cars, Identification Device, 627 Obstruction on the Line of the Hull and Barnsley Railway, 655
  • Ohio Central Railroad, Additional Shops for, 603 Ontario, Railway Extension, 11
  • Orange River Colony, Railway Loan Authorised, 237
  • Paddington Station and Long Non-stop Running Expresses, 627
  • Paisley and District Tramway Extension, 213 Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway: New Rails for, 603
  • Renewal of Track, 577
  • Paris Metropolitan Railway:
  • Accidents on, 90
  • Extensions, 137
  • Passage of, Under Seine, 421
  • Paris Underground Railway, Change of Ronte, 63
  • Pennsylvania Tries Screw Spikes for Railroads. 163
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Co.:
  • Club House for Trainmen, 343
  • Employes’ Pensions, 289
  • Rails for, 526
  • Raises Age Limit for Employes, 526
  • State Taxation, 113
  • To Plant Trees for Railroad Sleepers, 577 Wants College Men, 343
  • Widening of Track, 263
  • Peruvian Government Railway Survey, 395 Philippines, Proposed Railway Extension, 63 Polish and St, Petersburg-Warsaw Railways, Extra Track Lines in 1906, 395
  • Port Sudan as Terminus of Sudan Railways, 421 Porterville Road Railway, Cape Colony, 655 Portland Railway, Light and Power Company Changes Motor Freight Cars into Locomotives, 626
  • Portsdown and Horndean Light Railway, Proposed Extension, 190
  • Prussian State Railroads, Rules on, 655 Railway Authorities Discuss Electrification Schemes, 499
  • Railways, Electricity for, 162
  • Railways, Increase in Rolling Stock, 90 Railway Shops, Reduction of Hours of Work, 343
  • State Railways, Electric Traction on, 421
  • State Railway Extension, 499
  • “Puffing Billy,” Model Presented to Munich Museum, 11
  • Quebec and Lake St. John Railway Extension, 237 ’
  • Railway Club, 132, 252, 350
  • Bridge, Second, over Dnieper, 626 Companies and Coal Deliveries, 303 Construction and Electrification in Colorado, 395
  • Corrugations Caused by Weak Trucks, 369
  • Employes, Training of, 475
  • Expansion in America, 263 from Vancouver to Winnipeg under Construction, 395
  • Gauge in U.S.A., Enlargement of, Foretold, 289
  • Motors on German Lines, Comparison Tests of, 421
  • Rolling Stock in India, Shortage of, 551 Sleepers, Timber for, in India, 421 Sleepers, Treated with Crude Oil, 263 Smallest, in England, 551 Tehuantepec, Saves 1260 Miles, 421 Ties, Chestnut, Durability of, 449 Tracks, Machine for Moving, 237 Two-foot Gauge, at Swakopmund, 526 Russia, New Coal Railway Projected, 237 and Chinese Agreement for Siberian Railroad Working, 163
  • Finnish Railways, Completion of Survey. 612
  • Projects New Railroad in Siberia, 163 Rails and Rolling Stock, Only of Russian Manufacture, 369, 421
  • Railway Development in 1906, 39.5 Railway Engineers, Unemployed, 289 State Railways to be Strengthened, 289 Trans-Baikal Railway, Robberies of Freight, 499
  • Trans-Siberian, Lines to be Doubled, 475 Siberia, Express Train Service Postponed, 369 Siberian Railway, New Track on, 499 Moscow and Kursk Railway Carrying Capacity, 655
  • Railway between Moscow and Reval Projected 113, 326 J *
  • Santa F^ Light Railways Concession, 63
  • St. Gothard Railway, Projected “ Eplugen ” Opposition Line, 37
  • St. Petersburg to Perm, Improved New Railway, 113
  • Sanding Device for Electric Tram Cars, 37 Scottish Railway Companies, Meeting to Reduce Wasteful Competition, 627
  • Seaboard Air Railway, New York, Death of Chairman, 163
  • Serrezuela and Sanjuan Railway Survey, 63 Servian Government to Improve Railways, 163 Seventy Years, Active Railway Service of Mr. W Teasdale, 63
  • Shanghai, Electric Tramway in, 65.5 Shanghai-Nanking Railway, Slow Progress of, 627 Shenectady Railway Company’s New Line, 499
  • Railways (eantimietJ}*.
  • Sheffield to Glasgow, New Railway Proposed, 627 and London, Reduced Fares Sought, 163 District Railway Offices, 11
  • Signalling Experiments on the Midland Railway, ! 475
  • Sleeping Cars on Electric Railways in U.S.A., 263 South-Eastern Railway Takes over Crowhurst, Sidley and Bexhill Railway, 37
  • South Shields Tramways’ Takings, 577
  • South London Railway, Electrification between London Bridge and Victoria, 163
  • Southern Pacific Railroad Company, Electrification of Local Lines at San Francisco, 213
  • Southern Pacific Railroad, Extension in Mexico, 113
  • Southport, Lagoon Projected at. 190
  • Southend Council to Extend Leigh Section of Light Railway, 577
  • Spain, New Railway from Jerez to Arcos do la Frontera, 63
  • Spitzbergen, Railway Projected in, for Coal Transport, 421
  • Station, Railway, in Brookwood Cemetery, 449 Steel Cross Ties on the Pennsylvania Railroad, 343
  • Steel Railway Cars, Increasing Use of, in U.S.A., 263
  • Susquehanna and New York Railroad Constructing Large New Yards, 526
  • Swedish North, Inland Railway to be Commenced, 627
  • Railways, Electrification of, 163 State Railways, New Rolling Stock of Swedish Manufacture, 137
  • Swiss Electric Railway Development, 263 Railwaymen’s Pay Increased, 551 Train Service Deranged by Snow, 190;
  • Geneva Tramways’ Traffic Receipts, 655 Tank Engines, Novel Type of, for Midland Railway, 369
  • Tashkend Railway Damaged by Rains, 317 Taxation of British Railways, 263
  • Texas Railroad Statistics, 651 Tokio, Underground Railway Projected, 449 Train Wrecking in France, Attempted, 428 Tramway Additions at Glasgow, 174
  • and Light Railways, Annual Return, 137
  • Bacup and Rawtenstall Agreement, 421
  • Barnsley District, Decline in Traffic Receipts, 627
  • Company, London United, Overhead System on Kew-road, Opposition to, 627
  • Electric, between St. Servan, St. Malo, Param6, 551
  • Electric, in Belfast, Profits on Working, 395
  • Electric, Service, near Rome, 449 Geneva, Traffic Receipts, 551 in Nottingham, Removal of Centro Standards, 289
  • in Turkey, Development of, 343
  • Service between Birmingham and Chain Walk, Aston, 551
  • Sheffield, Traffic Receipts, 626 System North and South of Thames, Linking up of, 369
  • Trans-Caucasian Railway Abandons Liquid Fuel because of Cost, 526
  • Trans-Pyrenean Railway, Franco-Spanish Agreement, 343
  • Transfer of Lancashire, Derbyshire, and Ea.st Coast Railway Company, 24
  • Transportation in Canada, Rapid Growth of Railways, 343
  • Underground Railway across Tokio, Scheme for, 343
  • Underground Railways, Ventilation of, 421 Union Pacific Railway :
  • and North-Western Railway Companies Refuse Special Rates for Troops and Equipment, 163 Extension, 237
  • Rail Fractures on, 551
  • Rails, Numerous Fractures, 603
  • United Kingdom, Recent Changes in Railway Ownership, 190
  • United States Railways, New Lines in 1906, 90 Utah Light and Railway Company, Strike of Men, 526
  • Varese Railway, Electric and Steam Traction, Comparison between, 603
  • Venezuela Railway Extension, 476
  • Victorian Government Contemplates Electrification of Suburban Railways, 163
  • Wagons, Railway, Purchase by Wandsworth Borough Council, 421
  • Warrington and Northwich Light Railways, 143 West Africa, Tramway under Construction in, 421
  • Washington, Serious Disaster near, 11 West Shore Railroad, Trial Trip of Electric Trains, 627
  • Wurtemberg Railways:
  • Proposed Change of Fares, 449
  • Workmen’s Pares as Compared with English, 449
  • York Tramways, Proposed Electrification of, 213
  • REFRIGERATION to Reduce Temperature in Powder Magazines, 190
  • Reinforced Concrete, Fire Action Upon, 63 “Resista-Steel,’’ Properties of, 603
  • Rhone River, Generating Stations Projected, 627 Risk in Industrial Occupations, Prize for Invention to Reduce, 237
  • Rivets, Special Steel for, Recommended in France, 37
  • Roads in Massachusetts, Sand to Prevent Ravelling, 551
  • Road-building, Testing Rocks for Use in. Laboratories Established in America, 488
  • Robertsbridge and Pevensey Light Railway, 263 Rolling of Ships, Prevention Experiments, 237 Rotherhithe and Shadwell Tunnel, Workmen’s Strike, 551
  • Royal Agricultural Society, Proposal to Visit Bristol, 37
  • Royal School of Mines, Dinner, 325
  • Rubber, Artificial, Manufactured in Sweden, 63 Belting, Weight of, 499
  • Cultivation Begun in the Philippine Islands, 317
  • Cultivation, Great Increase in, 449 in Abyssinia, 317
  • Planting in Honduras, 395 Production, Small Increase in, 113
  • Russian Empire^ Council for the Defence of the, and Programme of Naval Construction, 510
  • Flour-milling Industry, 45 Government, Cuirasses Ordered in 1905, 90 .
  • Ministry of Ways of Communication, Division of Labours of, 369
  • Rust, Preservative Against, for Iron and Steel, 526 Rust, Recipe for its Removal from Steel, 551
  • ST. ANNES-ON-SEA Promenade Extension, 37
  • St. Petersburg, Census Statistics of Population and Industries, 603
  • St. Petersburg, Reconstruction of Bridges, 11, 37 San Francisco Mechanics’ and Labourers’ Wages, 551
  • San Francisco, Rapid Building in, 475 Scandinavian Sea-fishing Industry, Motor Boats or Steam Trawlers Replacing Open Boats, 90
  • Science, Different Estimation of, in France and England, 343
  • Scientific Apparatus, John Griffin and Sons, Limited, 304
  • Screw Engines, American Types used in English Ships, 113
  • New Machine for Rapid Application of, 343
  • Piles for Supports in Pennsylvania Tunnels,
  • Seismometer, Prize Offered for Construction of, 213
  • Sewage Disposal at Oswestry, 421
  • Disposal Scheme for Bisbop Middleham, 37
  • Purification Works at Newmilns, 449 Works, New, Projected at Sheffield, 237 Sewer and Road, New, for Liverpool, 421
  • and Water Supply for Manila, 11 below St. Paul’s, No Danger in, 421 Ventilation in Manchester, 37
  • Shaft Repair at Sea, 159
  • Shanghai, Speed of Motors in, 655

Ships:

  • Accident to Torpedo Boat No. 99, 627 Adriatic, White Star Liner, Dimensions of, 499 Allan Line Steamers, New, 403
  • Battleships for United States Navy, Two New, 317
  • Brazilian Battleship Building at Barrow, 90 Brooklyn, United States Armoured Cruiser, Remodelling of, 90
  • Calais and Dover Cross-Channel Service Passes from French Government to Northern of France Railway, 627
  • Canadian Lakes, British-built Steamers for the, 358
  • Coaling of Battleship Queen Breaks Record, 577
  • Coaling of H.M. Battleship Venerable. 421 Cochrane, H.M. Armoured Cruiser, Trials on the Clyde, 113
  • Squadron, First, Change in Command, 603
  • Cunarders, Lounge Fitted in Various Ships, 190
  • Derelict Vessels on Atlantic Coast, Vessel Designed for Destruction of, 263
  • Destroyers Fawn and Ostrich at Pembroke for Repairs, 551
  • Dover Harbour Tug Lady C.undall, Salvage Awards, 551
  • Dreadnought, Trip from Gibraltar to Trinidad, 137
  • Dreadnought’s Double Rudder Severely Damaged, 551
  • Fire on French Battleship Brennus, 627 French Navy, Chief Constructor’s Views on Future War Vessels, 213
  • German Torpedo Boat S. 138, 577 Instructions for R.N.R. Engine-room Rating, 6 Italian Battleship Roma Launched, 421 Japanese Battleship Aki, Launch of, 395
  • Navy, Efficiency to be Doubled, 113, 449
  • Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse Aground and Refloated, 577
  • Mohawk, H.M.S., Ocean-going Destroyer, Launch at East Cowes, 281
  • Norddeutscher Lloyd Company’s Jubilee, 213 Oceanic, Fire Outbreak on, 577
  • Rolling of Ships, Invention for Diminishing, 627 Schooners, Steel Gasoline, for West India Trade, 526
  • Scout Cruisers for United States Navy, 37 Shipbuilding, Four Months’ Clyde, 460 Shipbuilding, German, Development since 1869, 395
  • Shipbuilding in U.S.A., Deficient Facilities for, 395
  • Ship Inspection on English System for France, 263
  • Shipping Entering Port of Havana, Increase in British, 11
  • Shipping in 1905, London Tonnage Greatest, 11 Ships Launched on the Tyne, Increased Number of, 577
  • Load-line, British and German Conference on, 526
  • Missing, 177
  • Silvana Steering Gear Causes Accident, 627 Steamer Ailsa, Floating of, 655
  • Steamers Under Construction in Germany, 395 Submanne Boat Tests at Newport, R.T., 627 Glauco, Italian, Success of Trials, 499
  • Octopus, Test Postponed, 551 The Stability of, Mr. J. G. Johnstone, 212
  • Torpedo Boats, New, Details of, 317 Boat No. 9 Launched at Chiswick, 289 Boat Trials with Oil Fuel, 263
  • Turbine Channel Steamer, Victoria, Trials of the, 445
  • Steamer Empress, Official Trials and Speed, 603
  • Fifth, Added to English
  • Cross-Channel Service, 627 Princess Elizabeth, Success of on Dover-Ostend Route, 499 of the Carmania and Lusitania, 213 United States Battleship Oregon, Reconstruction, 37
  • City of Cleveland, Largest Paddle Wheel Steamer in Existence, 90
  • Navy, Ships Under Construction, 63
  • Torpedo Boat Octopus, 90
  • Vesuvius, Cruiser, Fitted with Torpedo Tubes, 90
  • Yacht, Racing, for King of Spain, Building on thfe Clyde, 577
  • SHIPBUILDING Plant for Fort William, Ontario, 369
  • Show, Bath and West and Southern Counties, Fire Protection at, 534
  • Siamese Government and British Concessionaire, Tin Ore Dredging Rights in Exchange for Dock Excavation, 11
  • Signalling Across the Wash, Radio-Telegraph Installation, 317
  • Signalling Statistics by the Interstate Commerce Commission, 449
  • Silencer, Auto-Cycle Club’s Competition, 137 Silver Assayed by Volhard’s Method, 137
  • Discovery near Lake Ontario, 526 from Material in the Dumps from Old Mine in Mexico, Plant for its Recovery, 551
  • Singapore, Loan for Waterworks, 63
  • Sinking Operations at Fredville near Canterbury, 655
  • Slate, Tests of, by Microscopic Analysis, 343
  • Smoke, Black, and the Training of Stokers, 100 Nuisance in Chicago, 289
  • in Munich, Attempt to Diminish, 369
  • Prevention at St. Louis, 464
  • Solway, Sands Shifting in the Firth, 449
  • South America, Difficulties of Transport over Mountains, 475
  • Southern California, Imperial Valley Threatened with Inundation by Colorado River, 37 Spanner, Adjustable Box, 36
  • Steam Consumption Loss from Faulty Drainage and Leaky Drain Cocks, 395
  • Steam Pipe Bursting Disaster at Lancaster, 551
  • Steamer Speeds on Hudson River in 1835, 317
  • Steam Trawler Navigated without a Rudder, 163 Steam Turbine, Murdoch and the, 486
  • Steel Balls for Polishing Small Wares, 63
  • Bessemer, being Superseded by Open-hearth Process in the United States, 551
  • Chains, Possible Carrying Weight of, 655 or Copper for Electric Railways, Conductivity Tests, 113
  • Pipe, Higher Resistance of, than Wrought Iron Pipe, to Torsion, 112
  • Special, for Rivets, Mons. Charpyon, 163
  • Works at St. Petersburg, 655
  • Street Traffic in Paris, 655
  • Strike at Salford Docks, 655
  • Engineers’, at Hull, 651 in Germany, Increase of. 343
  • Stettin, Vulcan Ship Company’s Fiftieth Anniversary, 137
  • Straightening Machine, Large, for Philadelphia, 190
  • Submarine Cable between Iquique and Valparaiso, Repair of, 655
  • Sulphur as a Wood Preservative, 449
  • Superheat, Proper Temperature of, 627
  • Swansea Telephones and the G.P.O., 50, 213
  • Swimming Bath on American Liner, 263
  • Swing Bridge, North-Eastern Railway Company’s, at Hull, Girder Placed in Position, 421
  • TANGENT and Sine Laws, Mechanical Apparatus for Illustrating, 499
  • Tantalum, Chemical Properties of, 11 Extreme Hardness of, 113, 526
  • Tar, Coal, as a Wood Preservative, 499
  • - for Roads, Tests in Middlesex, 421
  • - Improves Main Road in Kent, 421
  • - to Colour Mortar, 577
  • Tarring Roads, Various Methods of, 475
  • Tar-spreading Machine, 48
  • Tar-spraying Offer to Kent County Council, 317
  • Teachers in Technical Institutions, Association of, 513
  • Technical College Blunders, 37
  • Telegraph, Trans-Saharan System, 449
  • Telegraphy, Field’s New Modification of Morse System, 237
  • Station, Wireless, for Portsmouth Dockyard, 577
  • Wireless, in Berlin, Improvement with New Microphone, 317
  • Stations on the German Coast, 458
  • Long Distance Transmission by, 137
  • Telephones, Extensions in Russia, 655
  • - for Bangkok, 421
  • - for Portsmouth Dockyard, 289
  • - in New York, 250
  • - in Swansea Bought by National Telephone Company, 317
  • - in U.S.A., Statistics of their Use, 163, 289, 421
  • Submarine, in Switzerland, 363 Subscribers, Post-office, Increase in, 11
  • Vibrations Photographed by Oscillograph, 551
  • Wireless, Experiments on American Railways, 551
  • Wireless, Professor Salley’s Experiments, 526
  • Testing Materials, Meeting of American Society for, 526
  • Tide in the Bay of Kundy, Utilised for Power, 343
  • Timber Sleepers from Burma Forests, Tests by
  • Eastern Bengal Railway, 421
  • Tin, Discovery in Wartah, Tasmania, 526
  • Mines in China, 449
  • Plates in America, Reduction in Quantity and Value of Imports, 603
  • Tinning Solution for Brass and Copper Articles, 526
  • Thermometer, Electrical Resistance by Heraeus, 475
  • Thorianite in Ceylon River, 449, 526
  • Tombstone of Fossils, 526
  • Tools, Machine, Great Demand for, in Canada, 343
  • Tool Steel, Mr. F. W. Taylor’s Paper, 90
  • Torpedo Boat, Danish, Tested, 499
  • Torpedo Boat No. 10, Launch of, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 195
  • Torpedoes, Fixed, Experiments in Explosion by Hertzian Waves, 449
  • Torsion Testing Machine, 148
  • Trade Experts Attached to German Consulates, 369
  • Trades Unions and Wakefield Electricity Works, 526
  • - Dispute, New York, 11 in Austria, 603
  • Traffic Receipts of Principal British Railways, 526
  • Trans-Sahara Telegraph Line, French, 63
  • Transvaal Mines, Consumption of Stores, 577
  • Train from Earth to Sun, Professor Young’s Calculations, 449
  • Tug, the Hercules, for Suez Canal, said to be Largest in the World, 577
  • Tungsten Compounds and their Uses, 577
  • Tungsten in Iron Alloys, New Method for Estimating, 475
  • Tunis, Loan for Industrial Development, 11
  • Tunnels, Manhattan to Brooklyn, Accuracy of Survey for, 63
  • Turbinia Damaged by Collision, 63
  • Turbine Rarely Damaged by Water, 395
  • Turbines, Steam, Increased Use of, in German Navy, 499
  • Turrets on Battleships, Slow Rotating, to Avoid Interference with Gunner’s Aim, 499
  • Twist Drills Tested at Worcester, U.S.A., 90
  • Tyne Sites for Industrial Centres, 37
  • UNION, Seamen’s, Conditions Accepted by Rotterdam-London Line of Cargo Steamers, 603
  • United States, Immigration into, Greatly Increased, 603
  • United States Naval Appropriation Bill, 190
  • Universities in the United States, Benefactions in Aid, 37
  • VANADIUM, Discovery of Large Deposit Reduces Value, 289
  • Ventilation by Steam Jet for Tunnel Driving or Shaft Sinking, 603
  • - of Carnegie Library at Pittsburgh, 213
  • - of House of Commons, Experiments, 213
  • Victoria and Albert Museum, The, Fifty Years Old, 625
  • WAGONS, Damage Caused by “Dumb ” Buffers, 263
  • Walthamstow, Proposal to Double Forest-road Tram Lines, 499
  • Walton-on-the-Naze, Fall of Cliff, 22
  • War Minister in Sheffield, 148
  • Waste Refuse at Blackpool Destructor, Profitable Returns from, 627
  • Water Board, Metropolitan, and Holborn Borough Council, Dispute, 190
  • Increased Expenditure on Steam Coal, 627
  • Report on Water Tests, 137
  • Cooling Towers, 449
  • Filtration in Brooklyn, Relative Cost of Sand and Mechanical Filters, 289
  • Falls, Finland, for Power Purposes, 221 for Steam Boilers and Iron Su^hates, 289
  • Power for Electric Current Generation, Enquiry in France, 213
  • Power in Haute Savoie, 163
  • Reservoir at St. Austell, 577
  • Reservoir at Fortis Green, New, 403
  • Softening Plant at Columbus, Ohio, 449
  • Supply, Additional, for North - East London, New Reservoirs at Ponders End, 289
  • and Sewage Disposal, Leeds, 37
  • at Stowmarket, 317
  • Drinking, in Huancayo, 11
  • Edinburgh, 186 for Coggieshail, 499
  • for Horta, Portugal, 63
  • for Hyde, Additional, 603
  • for Lincoln, 137 for Pencced from Cwmrhydy- milwyr, and for Heolycyw from Llechychawdd, 499
  • for Mutala, South Africa, 237 from Thames and Lea, 137
  • Military Camp, 429
  • of Leeds, New Reservoir, 449
  • of London, 137, 289
  • of Rio de Janeiro, 163
  • Penrith, Hayeswater Scheme, 37
  • Pollution at Boyle, Co. Roscommon, 395
  • Tanks, Small, Collapse Due to Corrosion of Ill-made Hoops, 551
  • Taps at Croydon, Success of Council’s Free Supply of Washers for Leaky, 551
  • Transportation Improvement in U.S.A., 369
  • Various Colours of. Due to Extraneous Substances, 475
  • Wheels, Large, for Electric Generators in California, 263
  • Wheels to be Erected at Vallecito, California, Largest yet Attempted, 551
  • Waterworks and Improvement of Port, Batoum, 551
  • - at Glenfinlas, Loch Lomond, Temporary Measures for Supply of Vale of Leven, 475
  • - Extension, Paisley, 457
  • Wave Power, Due to Static and Dynamic Effects, 37
  • Well, Artesian, at the Bank of England, C. Isler and Co., 198
  • - in Mansion House Chambers, Alfred Williams and Co., 374
  • - to Calculate Flow, 577
  • Westinghouse, British, Electric and Manufacturing Company, Limited, New Year’s Dinner, 22
  • Whistle, Locomotive, How Introduced, 339
  • Windmill at Bury St. Edmunds, A.D. 1191, 37
  • Wire Netting in Victoria, Australian Government to Produce by Prison Labour to Reduce Cost, 603
  • Wireless Telegraphy in Eritrea, 655
  • Wishaw Town Council, Price of Gas and Electricity, 665
  • Wolframinium, Specific Gravity of, 526
  • Woman Architect Designs Steel Buildings in New York, 343
  • Wood, Effect of Moisture on, 237
  • Wood, Preservation of, by Liquid Sulphur, 369
  • Woolwich Arsenal, Depression, 317
  • - Arsenal Workmen Remove to Germany, 551
  • - Explosion, 445
  • Worcester Town Council Extensions of Hylton road Generating Station, 655
  • Workmen’s Dwellings at Coventry, 257 Works Organisation, Paper by Mr. Percy Martin, 63
  • Wrought Iron, Preservatives Against Rust, 475
  • ZIRCONIUM, Professor Wedding’s Lamps, 90

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