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The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.

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Accidents:

  • American Railway, 111
  • Australian Railway, 620 ; (Letter), 647
  • Belgian Railway, 561
  • Blackfriars Bridge, 68
  • Boiler Explosion, A Destructive ; (Letter), 647 I wo, 668
  • City and South London Railway Locomotive, 646
  • Gladiator, H.M. Cruiser in Collision with American Liner St. Paul, 458, 504
  • Great Central Railway, 561
  • Greenwich Boiler Explosion, 57, 64, 82, 91, 96, 477, 510 ; (Letters), 110, 176, 198
  • Quebec Bridge, 13 272, 325, 330, 365, 383, 411, 436, 463, 486, 514, 540, 569 ; (Letters), 149, 357 (Supplement, January 1908)
  • Railway, Four, 163
  • Shrewsbury Railway, 425, 429
  • Tiger. Loss of H.M. Destroyer, 377
  • AERIAL Ropeway at Loch Leven, Henderson, 32, 33, 36
  • Middleton Colliery, White’s, 166, 168
  • Aeroplane, Farman’s, 59, 65
  • Air Compressors—see Compressors
  • Air Pumps—see Pumps
  • - Resistance of the, and Mr. Eiffel’s Experiments, 389, (Correction) 541; (Letters), 461, 477, 481, 541, 621
  • Almanacs, Diaries, &c., for 1908, 70, 126, 204 American Engineering News, 67, 381, 543, 566, 624
  • Apprentices, System of the Grand Trunk Railway, Canada, 334
  • - Training of Engineering, 52,106,155, 222, 264, 286, 377, 471; (Letter), 110
  • Arbitration Courts and Wages Boards, 326 Armour—see Ships, Naval Matters

Associations, Institutions, and Societies:

  • Association of Engineers, Manchester:
  • Gas Engines, Construction and Working of Large, Allen, 88
  • Superheated Steam, Advantages and Disadvantages, M. Longridge, 139
  • Institute, The Iron and Steel:
  • Annual Meeting and Programme, 436, 537, 552
  • Blast Furnace Slag, Utilisation of, C. Von Schwai z, 552
  • Carnegie Awards, 552
  • Cast Iron in the Construction of Chemical Plant, Carulla, 652
  • Dinner, 552
  • Galvanometers and Pyrometers, Various, 652
  • Institute, The Iron and Steel {continued):
  • Metallography, Application of Colour Photography to, Law, 552
  • National Physical Laboratory, Rosenhain, 552
  • Plate-rolling Mills, Improvements in, Lamberton, 537
  • Pyrometric Installation in Royal Gun and Carriage Factories at Woolwich Arsenal, Lambert, 552
  • Report; Bessemer Medal Presentation, 537
  • Institute of Metals:
  • Formation, 616 (198, 282, 541)
  • Institute of Naval Architects, German :
  • Borsig Chains and Renter Shackles, Krause, 638
  • Condensers, Josse, 655
  • New Light Printing Apparatus, Schmidt, 655
  • Schiffs-Kreisel (Gyroscope) Schlick, 638, 655
  • Shipbuilding and Shipping on the Great Lakes of North America, Renner, 655
  • Summer Meeting, 638, 655
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, The :
  • Bridge, Kiner Edward VII., at Newcastle, Davis and Kirkpatrick, 464
  • Bridges, Erection of Cantilever, Professor Claxton Fidler, 202
  • Dams, Stresses in : Papers by Sir J. Ottley and A. W. Brightmore, J. S. Wilson and W. Gore, and E. P. Hill, 122
  • Institution’s Premises, Suggested Sale (Letters), 357, 384, 409
  • Metal Mining, Some Unsolved Problems in. Professor Henry Louis, 448
  • New York Rapid Transit Subway, W. B. Parsons, 254
  • Pass List, February Examinations, 1908, 412
  • Pwll-y-Pant Viaduct, Dickie, 202
  • Shaft-sinking at the Horden Colliery, South-East Durham, Prest, 229
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers:
  • Locomotives, Automatic Cab-signalling on, J. Pigg, 71
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers: Manchester Section:
  • Electrolytic Corrosion, Haldane Gee, 378
  • Institution, Incorporated, of Automobile Engineers:
  • Motors, Effect on Roads, Taylor, Douglas Mackenzie, 509
  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers:
  • Aeronautics, The Future of, H. de la Vaux, 175
  • Balloons, Dirigible, in Warfare, Julliot, 175
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers:
  • Annual General Meeting, 213
  • Appointment of Officers, Honours of the Year, Prize Awards, 213
  • Feed-water Heater, Test of a Live Steam, Goodman and Maclachlan, 213, 223, 226, 248
  • Gas Engine Research Committee, Professor BurstalFs Report, 92, 98
  • Locomotive Fire-boxes, English, Combustion Processes in, Dr. J. Brislee, 345, 355
  • Locomotives, Combustion and Heat Balances in. Lawford H. Fry, 345, 348
  • Thermal Efficiency, Effect of Mixture Strength and Scavenging upon, Hopkinson, 405, 517
  • Institution of Mining Engineers:
  • Calcining Kilns, Greville Jones, 612
  • Cobalt in Northern Ontario, J. B. Tyrrell, 612
  • Diving Apparatus, Haldane, and Visit to Siebe Gorman’s Works, 612
  • Fleuss’ Breathing Apparatus, 612
  • Fluorspar, Occurrence of, in Derbyshire, C. B. Wedd and G. C. Drabble, 612
  • Meeting, Dinner, Papers, Visits, 612
  • Mineral Resources of Trinidad, Cadman, 612 Mining in British Columbia, 612
  • Oil Mining, Chambers, 612
  • Prospects of B. S. Africa, Sandberg, 612
  • Submarines, Disabled, Hall-Rees’ Dress for Escape from, 612
  • Utilisation of Sewage for Production of Crude Oil and Ammonia, Purcell, 612
  • Winding Engine Tests, Thacker, 612
  • Institution of Naval Architects :
  • Annual Spring Meeting, 366, 377 ; Report, 366 ; Annual Dinner, 366
  • Earl of Glasgow’s Presidential Address, 366
  • Fluid Resistance and Ship Propulsion, Research Work on, Wellenkamp, 423
  • Hadfield’s Capped Shot, 393, 407, 425
  • Heating of Modern Ocean Liners, Wallace, 395
  • Lusitania, Speed Trials and Service Performance, Bell, 394
  • Marine Engineering, Factors of Safety in, Prof. Arnold, 424
  • Mariner’s Compass, Modern Developments of, J. C. Dobbie, 424
  • Modern Armour and its Attack, Tresidder, 368, 393, 407, 425
  • Torpedo Boats and Destroyers, Thorny- croft, 368
  • Reciprocating Engines and Steam Turbines, Combination System of, Parsons, 394, 403, 474, 488
  • Resistance of Ships, Analysis of, Hovgaard, 423 Screw Propeller Experiments, Results, Froude, 422
  • Ship Calculations, Notes on, W. S. Abell, 424
  • Ship Construction, New System of, Isherwood, 395
  • Superheated Steam with Marine Engines, Ute of, Felix Godard, 395
  • Tanks, Experimental, Wellenkamp, 422
  • Unsinkable and Uncapsizable Ships of the Goulaeff Form, Goulaeff, 368, 380
  • Vacuum in Surface Condensers, Influence of Air, Morison, 395
  • Institution, North-East Coast of Engineers and Shipbuilders:
  • Corrosion of Mild Steel and Iron Plates, Heck, 300, 307
  • Society, Glasgow University Engineering ;
  • Reinforced Concrete in Engineering Work, Muirhead, 308
  • Society, Royal:
  • Conversazione, 506
  • Gas Engine, Measurement of Temperatures in the Cylinder of, Callendar and Dalby, 44
  • BALLOONS, Dirigible, in Warfare, 176
  • Beckmann, John, and his History of Inventions, 148
  • Blast Furnaces—see Furnaces
  • Bofors Steel Works, Big Gun Making at, 446 {Two-page Supplement, May 1908)

Boilers:

  • Boiler, ‘‘Accelerator” Water-tube, Adamson, 462
  • a Dangerous, 541
  • Efficiency, 430, 456—see also Furnace Efficiency
  • Explosion, A Destructive ; (Letter), 647 Greenwich, 57, 64,82, 91, 96, 477; (Letters), 110, 176, 198, 510
  • Explosions, Two, 668
  • Furnaces, 117, 456 Incandescent, Core for, Smallwood, 478
  • “Hay” Water-tube, 174 (Correction, 195)
  • Lore, 64
  • Plate, ‘‘Mammoth,” Spencer, 657
  • Tabe-scaling Tool, Ratcliff, 332
  • Boilers for Egyptian Irrigation Plant, Sulzer’s, 30, 31, 58, 85, 90 .
  • Marine—see also Ships, Naval Matters
  • Boilers, Maximum Evaporation, 522
  • Steam, Gas Firing of, Hislop, 433 Water-tube, New Furnace for, Bement, 218, 456


  • BOURNEMOUTH, The Under-cliff Drive at, 186 Brain and Bndy, 509
  • Brakes—see Railways

Bridges:

  • Bridge Accommodation over the Clyde, 148 Blackfriara, Accident, 68 Blackwell Island, New York, 478, 480, 587
  • Crewe Park, Ferro-concrete, 346 ^285^^ Bailway, Strengthening, Homberg-Ruhrort, over the Rhine, 13 {Supplement^ January Zrdy 1908)
  • Khartoum, over the Blue Nile, 9 King Edward VII., at Newcastle, Davis and Kirkpatrick, 464
  • Quebec, Accident, 13, 272, 325, 330, 355, 383, 411, 435, 463, 486, 514, 540, 569 ; (Letters), 149, 357 (Supple- menty January Zrd^ 1908)
  • Rodah, at Cairo, 13 (Supplement, January 2rd, 1908)
  • Swing, at Littlehampton, 568 Warrington Transporter, Crosfield’s, 328, 341, 350
  • Bridges in 1907, 13 (Supplement^ January SrcZ,
  • Design of Railway, 144
  • Erection of Cantilever, Fidler, 202 New Road, over the Nile at Cairo, 274, 275, 286
  • United States, in 1907, 25
  • BUILDINGS, The New Government, 622 Buildings in the United States in 1907, 51
  • CAISSON Disease, 158
  • Righting a Foundation, 624 Sinking at Havre Port Works, 554, 560, 578 (Tvjo-page Supplement June bth, 1908)
  • Calculating Machines, “Peerless” Arithmometer, 304
  • Calculation, A Simple, 358; (Letter), 384
  • Calendars, 336
  • Calorimeter, Junker, 99
  • Calorimeters at Zurich Laboratory, 618
  • Canadian Prospects, 169

Canals:

  • Canal, Manchester Ship, 172
  • Canals and Inland Navigation, United States, in 1907, 25
  • Canals and Waterways, Royal Commission on, 183, 656 ; (Letter), 305; Birmingham District, 656 ; Thames, 656
  • CAPE Colony, Trade in, 296

Catalogues:

  • 45, 72, 150, 202. 307, 385, 409, 438, 467, 518, 544, 570, 596, 676

CEMENT Kiln, Schneider, 294

  • Mortar and Concrete, Influence of Water on Compressive Strength, 503
  • Norman Portland, Works, 294, 298 Plant, Rotary Kiln, Johnson, 211, 220
  • Census of Production, The First, 642, 663 Centrifugal Machines, Buffers in, 191
  • Watson, Laidlaw and Co,, 604
  • Chain Drive, Spring Wheel for, Renold, 582 Rings, Strength of, 497
  • Borsig, and Kenter Shackles, Krause, 638 Chemistry in 1907, 17
  • Clutch, The “Benn” Friction, Unbreakable Pulley Company, 146 ; (Letter), 198
  • Clyde Shipbuilding—see Ships Trust Floating Plant, 304

Coal, Coke, and Collieries:

  • American Production, 649
  • Briquette Plant, Coal, 673 Coal Chute, De Brower, 164
  • Dust Fuel, 196 ; (Letter), 225
  • Hoist at Leith, Armstrong, Whitworth’s 30-Ton Hydraulic, 250, 251 25-Ton, Tannett Walker, 648, 649 Mining in 1907, 19
  • Developments, 72
  • Ores, &c., at Franco-British Exhibition, 503
  • Prices and Exports, 482
  • Trade of Hull in 1907, 111
  • Coalfield, New South Yorkshire, 20, 397 Coaling Crane, 40-Ton Hydraulic, Cowan’s, 649 Coke Ovens, Recovery of By-products from, Coleman, 474
  • Colliery, Horden, South-East Durham, Shaftsinking at, Prest, 229
  • High-lift Pumps for, Allen, 484 Collieries in South Yorkshire, New, 275 Doncaster Coalfield, The New, 20, 397 London Gas Coal Contracts, 513 Railway Contracts, 664
  • COAST Erosion, Dr. J. S. Owens, 511 Royal Commission on, 107, 259, 327
  • Coefficients of Discharge, Bilton, 648
  • Combing Machines, Dust Removal from, 227 Compressors, High-speed Air, Reavell, 379 Concrete Crane Road at Newport Dock, 30 Floors, Reinforced, 278 Piles, Spirally Armoured, Considere, 476
  • Reinforced, in Engineering Work, Muir- head, 308
  • Viaduct for Outfall Sewer, 624 Condensers, Josse, 655

Contracts:

  • 48 104, 128, 152, 180, 232, 256, 282, 310, 336, 386, 414, 440, 465, 492, 520, 546, 570, 598, 626, 652, 678

CONVERSAZIONE, Royal Society, 506 Copper Supplies in 1907, 405

  • Wire, Cowper-Coles, 623
  • Copying Machine, Continuous, B. J. Hall, 322
  • Corrosion of Mild Steel and Iron Plates, Heck, 300, 307
  • Coupliner, A New Flexible, Loxley, 646
  • Crane, Double Cantilever, Musker, 436
  • 160-Ton Electric Cantilever, Arrol, 199 Electric Tower, Beehem, 432 40-Ton “ Goliath,” Royce, 662 40-Ton Hydraulic Coaling, Cowans, 649 for Montreal, 75-Ton Floating, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 192
  • Railway Bridge Erecting, 624
  • Road at Newport Dock, Concrete, 30
  • Cranes, in Glasgow Goods Yard, North British Railway, 669
  • Cupola, Emergency, Green’s, 513
  • Cylinder Condensation, Some Neglected Aspects of, 650, .677, 643, 669—see Engines, Reciprocating ; (Letters), 461, 477, 641, 621, 646
  • Heat Transfer in, 63 ; (Letter), 149
  • Italian Locomotive, 485
  • DAM, Assuan, The Raising of the, 184; (Letter), 384
  • New Croton, 7 (S'U2)ple^n€nt, January
  • The Cataract, New South Wales, 419
  • Dams, Masonry, Papers by Sir J. W. Ottley, A. W. Brightmore, J. S. Wilson, W. Gore, and E. P. Hill, 122 in the United States in 1907, 51
  • Destructors—see Refuse
  • Diving Apparatus at Siebe, Gorman’s Works, 612 (Caisson Disease), 158

Docks:

  • Albert, at Hall, Hydraulic Equipment for, 649 Antwerp, 434
  • Avonmonth Graving, 4 (Supplement, Januaru Zrd, 1908)
  • Card^^ New South, 4 (^Supplement, January 3rtZ, Docks, 1907, 3, 4 (^Supplement, January Zrd,
  • Harwich, Proposed, 30
  • at Liverpool, Proposed, 504
  • Methil, Extensions at, 225
  • ^1^908^^^°^^^’ Jamtary Zrd,
  • Naval and Harbour Works, Expenditure on, 27 6
  • Rothesay, at Clydebank, 3 (Supplement, January ^rd,\^^^}

Dockyard Notes:

  • Agamemnon to be Commissioned, 634 Testing with Blast Meters, 676
  • Apollo’s Conversion as Mine-Layer, 634 Austrian Dreadnoughts, 378
  • Scouts, 675
  • Bellerophon Class, Rig of, 57
  • Brazilian Battleships and Destroyers, Armament, 539
  • Scouts, Bahia and Riogrande del Sud, 539
  • Shipbuilding in England, 676 Caractacus, Dimensions and Details, 634 Chili, Refitting Ships, 676
  • Cossack’s Propeller Trials, 539 Cruisers, New Protected Type, 378
  • Caractacus Laid Down, 634
  • Destroyers, Five Ocean, 193, 675
  • Palmers’, to Replace Gala and Tiger, 675
  • River Class, Change of Juns, 539 Dreadnought’s Propeller Trials, 676 ; Stern, 539 Multiplication of, 378
  • Ersatz Baiern, Date of Launching, 67 Foudroyant, Unfounded Rumours, 634
  • French Second-class Cruiser, Descartes, Accident, 193
  • Ships Scrapped, 57
  • German Cruiser “F,” Backward Condition, 539 ’
  • Cruisers, Gazelle Type Improved on, 634
  • Destroyers, Turbine, Size and Speed, 675
  • Guns, Superiority of French 12in., 378 Indomitable, Testing with Blast Meters. 676 Trials, 539
  • Infiexibles, Trials of, 193 as a Type, 378
  • Italian Cruisers Pisa and Amalfi, 193 Destroyers, Considerable Increase, 676
  • Japanese Naval Programme, 57, 634
  • King Alfred and Drake, Speeds, 57
  • Mikasa, Armament Discussed, 67
  • Mohawk, Destroyer, Funnels, 193 Russian Cruiser Admiral Makaroff, 57
  • Naval Programme, 675
  • Speed of Various British Warships, 57 Swedish Guns, Bofors, 378
  • Submarine, 67 Various, Vessels Projected, 676
  • Tartar, Destroyer, Funnels, 193
  • Turret Firing, Admiralty Instructions, 539 United States Naval Programme, 67
  • Scout Cruisers and Destroyers, Progress, 539
  • DRAWING Scale, The Vernier, 303
  • Drills and Drilling Machines—see Machine Tools and Rock Drills
  • Dust Removal from Combing Machines. 227 Trials, 658
  • EDUCATION, Technical, in United States, 643
  • Egypt and the Soudan, Engineering in, 483
  • Egyptian Irrigation—see Irrigation
  • Eiffel’s Experiments, The Resistance of the Air, 389 (Correction, 541); (Letters), 461, 477, 481, 041

Electrical Matters:

  • Electrical Railways—see Railways Tramways—see Tramways
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers — see Associations
  • Alternator, lOOO-K.W. Three-phase, 539
  • Brussels Generating Station, 112, 116, 193 Electrical Engineering in 1907, 18
  • Equipment at Glasgow, Cowans, Sheldon and Co., 659
  • Generating Station at Greenock and Refuse Destructor, 471 (Correction. 516)
  • Generating Stations in 1907, 18 Lamps in 1907, 19
  • Lighting in London, 248 Motor, Three-phase Induction, J. P.
  • Hall, 172 Plant at Brussels, 112, 116 Heysham Power Station, 610, 614, 636, 640
  • Rotary Kiln Cement Works, 211, 220
  • Set, Portable, Boulton and Paul, 542 Telephones and Telegraphs in 1907,
  • Vehicles in 1907, 18
  • Electricity and Gasworks, Combined, at Lichtenberg, 164
  • Electricity, London, Supply, 353 Electrolytic Corrosion, Haldane Gee, 378 Electro-chemistry in 1907, 17 Electro-metallurgy, Ferro-alloys Manufacture, 80, 105
  • E'ectro-pneumatic Rock Drill, 227 Petrol-electric Generating Set, Portable, Electromotors, 593
  • Power Transmission Line Poles, 592 Turbo-generator, 1800-Kilowait, Parsons, 502, 634, 635
  • ENGINEERING Cases in 1907, 165 in Egypt and the Soudan, 483
  • Marine, in 1907, 14 (Supple- mentf Jamtaru '6rd. 1908)
  • Factors of Safety in, Arnold. 424 in the United States in 1907, 156 Mechanical, in the United States in 1907. 106 Naval, in 1907, 17 Pioneer, F. Shelford, 469, 495 Trade with Australasia, 192 Training—see Apprentices in the United States in 1907.
  • 25, 51, 106, 156
  • Engineers—see Labour News

Engines and Motors:

  • Engine, Fire, Powerful Steam Motor, weather, 199
  • Gas Blowing, Premier Gas Company, 140, 142 Bisschop, 265
  • Bellamy Combustion Chamber for, 265
  • 900 Brake Horse-power Blast Furnace, at Brymbo Steel Works, Augsburgu. Nurnberg MaschinenFabrick, 459 (Correction, 486
  • 60 Brake Horse-power, Cameron, 604
  • Governor, Lea’s, 405 Measurement of Temperatures in the Cylinder of a, Callendar and Dal by, 41
  • Power Plant, 1500 Horse-power for Electric Railway, 539
  • Professor Burstall’s Report to Research Committee, 92, 98; (Letter), 149
  • Single Crank, for a Cotton Mill, Crossley, 200
  • Tandem Vertical, and 500-Kilo- watt Dynamo, Westinghouse, 502
  • Tests of a Vertical, Crossley, 303
  • 800 Brake Horse-power Twincylinder, Two-cycle, Mather and Platt, 558
  • Two-cylinder, Fielding and Platt, 252
  • Reversing Gear, “Ideal,” Dickinson and Burne, Limited, 553
  • Engines, Gas, Construction and Working of Large, Allen, 88
  • Governing and Regularity of, Atkinson, 400, 405, 437
  • Ignition for Large, Lodge System, 224 (Correction, 244)
  • and Producers at Humber Works, Grice, 551
  • Stockport, 265, 270 Internal Combustion, in 1907, 15 Crossley, 530, 532, 553 for Irrigation Plant in Egypt, Sulzer’s 30, 31, 58. 85, 90
  • Marine Combined—see Eogines, Reciprocating
  • Internal Combustion, Collis, 516
  • Use of Superheated Steam with, Felix Godard, 395 Paraffin, for Submarines, Thornycroft, 146
  • Reciprocating and Steam Turbines, Combination System, Parsons, 394, 403, 474, 488; (Letters), 461, 477, 541, 621, 646—see Cylinder Condensation
  • Steam, in 1907, 14 Piston Speed, Weighton, 404
  • Thames Conservancy Tug Darent, 512 Suction Gas Plant, Crossley. 530, 532
  • Power Plant at Rotary Kiln Cement Works, 211, 220
  • EROSION—see Coast
  • Evaporation, Maximum, 222, 248 ; (Letters), 149, 253
  • Excavator, Traction Engine, 67

Exhibitions and Shows:

  • (For Articles Exhibited, see Engines, Machine Tools, Motor Vehicles, &c.)
  • Exhibition, Commercial Motor Vehicle at Olympia, 343
  • Exhibition, Franco-British, 487, 502, 530, 566, 582, 604, 632, 635, 657
  • Exhibitions a.nd Shows (roiif/ni'CiO I
  • Exhibition, Franco-British, Exhibitors at, 487, 503 ; C. A. Parsons and Co., 5Q2, 634, 635; J. I. Thornycroft and Co., 502 : John Brown and Co., 602, 605 ; E. W. Bliss and Co., 632; British Mannesmann Tube Company, 532 ; Wengarnock Iron and Steel Company, 632 ; Thop. Firth and Sons, 582, 605 ; Taylor Bros, and Co., 582 ; Babcock and Wilcox, 602, 683 ; Thoe. Broadbent and Sons, 605; Clayton, CE-?’ ’ ^•icl^tonand Co., Joshua,
  • 057; Stirk and S^ns, John, 657; Spencer and Sons, John, 657
  • other Exhibitors, see Index to Illustrations, also under Articles Exhi- bited, eg,. Engines, Machine Tools, &c.) Exhibition, Public Health, 486
  • Scottish National, 460
  • EXPLOSIONS—see Accidents
  • Extensometer, Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, 606
  • FEED WATER Heater, Adamson, 462 reed-water Heater, Test of a Live Steam, Goodman and Maclachlan, 213, 222, 223. 226. 384 *409®“®'’"^* W,
  • Ferro-alloys, Manufacture and Use of, 80, 105
  • Fire Engine, Powerful Steam Motor, Merryweather, 199
  • Fire on Tube Railways, 65. 100
  • Fishguard, 655 ’
  • Fleuss’ Breathing Apparatus. 612
  • Mechanical, 59, 65, 615; (Letter), 672 ^5^^53i 556^’ Bridge Company,
  • Floors, at Birmingham, Reinforced Concrete, 278
  • I ormosan Sugar Factory, 320
  • Friction Clutch, A* New, Unbreakable Pulley Company s “Benn,” 146 ; (Letter). 198 fu^-testing Laboratory, Zurich, Professor E. J Constam, 618
  • Furnace, Blast, Utilisation of Slag, C. von
  • Schwarz, 653 Blast, at Wittkowitz. 186 Efficiency, 456; (Letter), 477
  • ^61V^^’ Heated Double.
  • New Type of Electric, Igewski, 538 for^Water-tube Boilers, Bement, 218,
  • GALVANOMETERS and Pyrometers, Various, I 553 ’
  • Gas Coal Contracts, London, 513
  • Effect of Mixture Strength and Scavenging Hopkinson, 405.
  • 517, 543 ; (Letters), 436, 461 Engines—^€6 Engines Firing of Steam Boilers, Hislop, 433 Power Station at the Humber Company’s Works, 551
  • Producer, for Steam Generation, 609 Producers, Loomis-Pettibone, 639 Ship Propulsion by, 274 Supply in 1907, 15
  • Gases, Occlusion of, by Steel and Iron, 510
  • Gasworks at Lichtenberg, Combined Electricity and, 164
  • Gauge, Water, “Hay” Boiler Company. 174 (Correction, 195)
  • Gear, New Driving, Colman, 199—see also Engines and Motors
  • Generating Station Engineers, 170
  • Germany on the Atlantic, 92
  • Glasgow, Cross-river Accommodation at, 487 Government Buildings, Toe New, 622 Greenock, Watt Memorial. 584
  • Greenwich Boiler Explosion—sec Accidents Guns—see War Material
  • HADFIELD Capped Shot, 393, 407, 425 Hammers—see Machine Tools

Harbours and Waterways:

  • Blyth Harbour Improvements, 242
  • Bristol Channel, Avonmouth. Cardiff, Newport 4 {Supplement, January Zrd, 1908) ’
  • Clyde, The, 3 {Supplement, January Zrd^ 1903) Dover, 3
  • Eist Coa'^t Ports, 4
  • Foreign Pcrti, 4
  • Hirbour Work, United States, in 1907. 23 • (Letter, 97)
  • Harbours and Waterways in 1907, 3
  • Havre Port Works, 554 560, 678 {Ttco-page
  • Supplement, June 5^/i, 1908)
  • Heysham, 4
  • Humber, The, 3
  • Liverpoo’, 3
  • London, Port o*, 3, 81, 218, 241, 249, 375, 501 Manchester Ship Canal, 4
  • Naval Dock and Harbour Works, Expenditure on, 275
  • Rangoon, Port of, 56
  • Salina Cruz {Supplemient, January Zrd, 1908)
  • Scotland, 4
  • Southampton. 3
  • Tees, Toe, 3 {Supplement, Januaru Zrd, 1908) Tyne, The, 3
  • United States Waterways, 4
  • Zuyder Zee, The Enclcsare of, 207
  • HEAT Transfer in Cylinders, 63
  • Hoist at Leith, 30-Ton Hydraulic Coal, Armstrong, Whitworth, 250, 251
  • Engineering Works, 313, 324 OOP, 374
  • Hydraulic Equipment for the Albert Dock Hull 649 ’
  • Hydro Extractors, Broadbent, 605
  • IGNITION—see Engines
  • Incandescent Core for Boiler Furnaces, Smallwood, 478
  • Industrial Future, The, 63 Injector, Hot-water, Davies and Metcalfe, 487 Instrument for Mensuration of Angles, Rhodin, Inventions, John Beckmann and his History of,

Iron and Steel:

  • Iron and Steel Institute—see Associations Works—see Works
  • Cast Iron in the Construction of Chemical Plant, Carulla, 552
  • Iron Obelisk, Ores, &c., at Franco-British Exhibition, 503
  • Iron and Steel, Damping of Foreign, 404 Ironworkers’ Wages, 145, 353, 634 Pickling, 196
  • Steel, Bcfors, Works, Big Gun Making at, 446 {T-ico-page Siipplemenif May ls<, 1908) Combination, Tne Alleged Great, 642 Durability of, Heck, 300, 307 Imports and Dumping, 667 and Iron, Occlusion of Gases by, 510 and Iron in the United States in 1907, . 106 , in Relation to its Mechanical Treatment, Physical Qualities of, York, 538 ‘^baben,” Sanderson, 657 Trade, International, 208 Trade Prospects, 144 Trust, A Russian, 293
  • Vanadium in Cast Iron, 568
  • IRRIGATION in 1907, 7
  • Divi Pumping Project, Madras, 499 {Two-page Supplement. May Ibih,, 1908)
  • and Drainage in the United States in 1907, 51
  • in Egypt, Sulzer’s Plant, Allen’s Plant. 30, 31, 58, 85, 90, 398, 399 ; (Letter), 149 Pumping Plant in Kansas, 543
  • LABORATORY, The Federal Fuel Testing, at Zurich, Professor E. J. Com tarn, 618

Labour News, Strikes, and Wages Questions:

  • Amalgamated Society of Engineers and Socialism, 118
  • Arbitration Courts and Wages Boards, 326
  • Conciliation Boards, Railway, 327, 377, 431, 455, 483, 570
  • Great Eastern Railway and its Men, 327, 377, 570
  • Industrial Future, The, 63, 327, 377, 431, 455, 483
  • Ironworkers’ Wages, 145, 353, 634
  • Labour in 1907, 15
  • Dispute, The, 197, 222, 249, 452,455, 475, 536, 561, 563, 581, 620
  • Picketing, The Law of, 510
  • Restrictive Covenant, The, 145
  • Shipbuilding Dispute, 148, 215, 222, 249, 293, 354, 452, 455, 475, 536, 561, 563, 581, 620
  • Socialism, 118
  • Strikes, The, 222, 536, 581, 620
  • Trade Depression on the Cjyoe, 581
  • Trades Disputes Bill, 301, 535
  • Trade Disputes, Cjmpulsory Arbitration in, 668
  • Unemployment, 143
  • Working Honrs, Tne Regulation of, 669
  • LAMPS, Acetylene Flare, Wakefield, 68 Electric, in 1907, 19
  • Incandescent, Amrine, 623
  • Lathes—see Machine Tools and Wood-working Machinery
  • Launches, &c.—see Ships

Leaders:

  • Arbitration Courts and Wages B:ards, 326
  • Blackwell’s Island Bridge, 587
  • Boiler Efficiency, 117, 430, 456
  • Explosion, Greenwich, 64, 91, 510 Explosions, Two, 668 Furnaces, 117, 430, 456
  • Lore, 64, 91
  • Boilers, French Naval, 197
  • Brain and Body, 509
  • Bridges, The Design of Railway, 144
  • Canadian Prospects, 169
  • Coal Dust Fuel, 196
  • Prices and Exports, 482
  • Coast Erosion and Afforestation, 327
  • Crniser Problem, The, 667
  • Cylinders, Rate of Heat Transfer io, 63
  • Derailment and a Collision, 561
  • Destroyer Programme, 483
  • Electric Lighting in London, 248
  • Traction, Single-phase, 642
  • Electricity Supply, London, 353
  • Evaporation, Maximum, 222, 248
  • Export Bounties on Machinery, 271
  • First Census of Production, 642
  • Furnace Efficiency, 117, 430, 456
  • Gas Engines, Compression and Mean Effective Pressure in, 92
  • Generating Station Engineers, 170
  • Germany on the Atlantic, 92
  • Greenwich Boiler Explosion, 64, 91, 510
  • Indian Railways, 641
  • Industrial Future, 63, 118, 222, 431, 455, 483, 536, 561
  • Institute cf Metals, The, 616
  • Institution of Naval Architects, 376
  • Iron and Steel, Dumping cf Foreign, 404
  • Ironworkers’ Wages, 145, 353
  • Locomotive Fire-boxes, Combustion in. 351. 376
  • Locomotives', British and Foreign, 456
  • London County Council Tramways, 326
  • London Electricity Supply, 353
  • Machine Tools, Weight and Power of, 272
  • Manne Engines, Combined, 403
  • Turbines in Germany, 669
  • Mechanical Flight, 65, 615
  • Motor Vehicle Tests, Industrial, 589
  • Vehicles, Commercial, 272 and Road Surfaces, 509
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Letters from our own Correspondents

  • American Notes, 48, 74, 102,128,152,180, 204, 232, 256, 282, 3l0, 336, 386, 414, 440, 492, 520, 546, 570, 598, 626, 652
  • Australian Notes, 20, 122, 198, 280, 626
  • England, North of, 21, 47, 73, 101, 127, 161,
  • 179, 203, 231, 255, 281, 309, 335, 359, 386, 413, 439, 465, 491, 519, 545, 571, 597, 625, 651, 677
  • Germany, Notes from, 22, 48, 74,102,128,152, 180, 204, 232, 256, 282, 310, 336, 360, 388, 414, 440, 486, 492, 620, 546, 572, 698, 626, 652, 678
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, 20, 46, 72, 100, 127, 150, 178, 2u2, 230, 254, 230, 308, 334, 358, 884, 412, 438, 464, 490, 518, 544, 571. 596, 624, 650, 676
  • Lancashire, Notes from, 21, 46, 72, 100, 127, 151, 178, 202, 230, 254, 280, 308, 334, 359, 385, 413, 438, 465, 490, 518, 644, 671, 696, 625, 650, 676
  • Scotland, Notes from, 21, 47, 73, 101, 128, 151, 179, 203, 231, 255, 281, 309, 336, 360, 385, 414, 439, 465, 491, 519, 545, 572, 597, 625, 651, 677
  • Sheffield District, 20, 47, 73, 101, 127,151,178, 203, 231, 255, 280, 308, 334, 359, 413, 439, 465, 490, 519, 645, 571, 597, 626, 660, 677
  • Wales ana Adjoining Counties, 22, 48 74, 102, 128, 162, 179, 2C4, 232, 256, 281, 309, 335, 360, 385, 414, 440, 466, 492, 520, 546, 572, 598, 626, 651, 678

Letters to the Bditor:

  • Aeroplane, The, A. V. Reo, 672
  • Assuhn Dam, W. Willcocks, 384
  • Atlantic Cables, Charles Bright, 10
  • Australian Railway Accident, R. M., 647
  • Balloon Compai y, The London, H. E. Hol- torp, 593
  • Bsnn Friction Clutch, the Unbreakable Pulley and Mill Gearing Company, Limited, 198
  • Boiler, A Dangerous, Oxford Steam Plough Company, 541
  • Explosion, A Destructive, W. L., 647 Boilers, Shutting Down, Greenwich Explosion, Shift Engineer, 10; Fair Play, 110; M.I. Meeh. E., 176 ; M.I. and S. Inst., 198 ; Boilermsker, 198 ; R. W., 198
  • Brennan Mono rail, M. Chnrchill-Shann, 69
  • Louis Brennan, 110
  • British Standard Sections, 69
  • Chilled Iron and Steel Trade in Barrow, British
  • Griffin Company, 477
  • Coal Dust Fuel, W. R. Harrison, 225
  • Copper and Brass Manufacturers, Institution
  • of, W. H. A. Robertson, 97
  • Cruiser Problem, The, William Hovgaard, 593 Cylinder Condensation and Soperheat, W. S.
  • Hide, 461, 477, 541, 672; R. Royds, 621, 646, 672; S, W., 646; W, H. Booth, 646 ; Prior L’.en, 647
  • Egypt and the Nile, Cope Whitehouse, 322 i Egyptian Irrigation, W. H. Allen, 149 Ehgineering Formnlce, Standard Notation for, Teutonic, 176
  • Factory Property in England, L. Farmer and Sons, 515
  • Feed-water Healing, Rialto, 515
  • Feed-water—see Steam Engine Economy and
  • Live Steam, Feed-water
  • Founders, The Training of, F. G. Penny, 593 Friction, Bearing, E. Tilston, 69 Furnace Efficiency, Enth’s Engineering Company, 477
  • Gas Engine Research, E J. Davis, 149
  • Letters to the Editor {continued}:
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, H. W. Handcock, A. H. Dykes, 357 ; Percy Griffith, 384;
  • C. E., 38i ; A. I. Graham, 409
  • 'Japanese Trade Law, Ford Smith, 110
  • Jetties at the Mouth of the Mississippi, E. L. Cortbell, 97
  • Kingstown Boat Services, Clement E. Stretton,
  • 647 . .. T. • •
  • Locomotive Boilers—sec Locomotive Driving
  • Wheels
  • Construction, Novelties in, S. S., 477 ...
  • Driving Wheels, Diameter of, C. W. Dauncey, 34; J. Dunlop, 69, no, 149
  • Fire-boxes, Combustion in, S. W., 409; W., 461
  • Locomotives, Superheat, and Balancing, Londoner, 276; R. Garbe, 357
  • Superheated Steam in, F. W. Brewer, 69, 97
  • Magnetic Separation, Humboldt Engineering Works Company, 305
  • Mechanics, Principles of, ir, 10
  • Metropolitan Water Boaro’s New Charges Act,
  • W. R. Buckingham, Machinery Users’ Asso- ciaiion, 647
  • Patternmaking Machine, A. New, Patternmaking Machine Company, 672
  • Permanent Ways, Observer, 276 Pioneer Engineering, C. R. Enock, 567
  • and Surveying, H. C. L., 621 . I
  • I Premium or no Premium, Premium Apprentice, I ' 69
  • Propeller Blades, The Pitting of, Superintending Engineer, 567; W. H. Martin, 593
  • Quebec Bridge, M, J. Butler, 149 ; Edgar C. Thrupp, 357
  • Railway Rolling Stock, Heavy, A Railway Shareholder, 198; W. P. Dartnail, 253
  • Signalling, H. Snowdon, 198
  • Lock and Block, W. R. Sykes’ Interlocking Signal Company, Limited, 253
  • Traffic, C. A. Mills, 225
  • Resistance of the Air, A. A. Remington, M. E. J. G., 461 ; A. W. Johns, 477, 621 ; Lieut. Gheury (Author of the Article), 541
  • Rings, Strength of, E, H. Lamb, 34, 149; A. Morley, 97
  • Rous-Marten, The Late Mr., R. Hope, 477
  • Sault Sainte Marie Canal, Canal, 305 Saws, Toothless Circular, W. H. Martin, 225 ;
  • P. V. Vernon, 225
  • Scott’s Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Limited, C, C. Scott, 515
  • Simple Calculation, C. F., 384 ; Another Correspondent, 384
  • • Smoke, London, Anti-Smog, 176 Squaring the Circle, E, L. S., 384, 515, 621;
  • A, C. G. I., 435 ; E. du Boulay, 477, 5i5;
  • E. A., 567
  • Standardisation, The Incubus of, A. Payer, 515, 593 ; Prior Lien, 567
  • Steam, A, 276
  • Engine Economy, G. Sellers, 149 ; F. B,
  • Aspinall, 253
  • Generation cf, Pricr Lien, 276
  • Live, Feed-Heating, Engineer, 276; A. Hamilton, 305 ; Charles Erith, 322 ;
  • A. R., 322, 304; Arthur E. Jones, 357 ; Authors of the Paper, 357;
  • TT, 409
  • Stresses, Combined, Graduate, 176
  • Suction Producer Gas Engines, Reg. J. N. Willcox, 30
  • Thermal Efficiency, Effect of Mixture Strength upon, J. H. Hamilton, 435; B. Hopkinson,461 Training of Young Engineers in Japan, P.
  • Hunt, 110
  • Turbine Propellers, W. Preidel, 647 ; C. H.D., 647
  • LICHTENBERG, Combined Eleclricity and Gasworks, 164
  • Lighthouse Administration, Royal Commission on, 171
  • Sanganeb, 79
  • Limekiln Plant, Knickerboi ker, 566 Liquid Fuel at Sea, 14

Literature: Reviews:

  • Aerodynamics, F. W. Lanchester, 616
  • Airships, Past and Present, A. Hildebrandt, Translated by W. H. Story, 273
  • Dictionary in Six Languages, Illustrated Technical, Vol. IL, Electro-Technics, Deinhardt and Schlomann, 188
  • Grossen Segelschiffe, Die, W. Laas, 563 Harbour Engineering, Princip'es and Practice of, Brysson Cunningham, 457
  • Hydraulics, a Treatise on. Professor W. C. Unwin, 188
  • Irrigation Engineers, Facts, Figures and I'ormulse for, R. B. Buckley, 529
  • Metallography, Introduction to. Dr. P. Goerens, Translatfcd by F. Ibbotson, 431
  • Panama, Retrieval at, Lindon W. Bates, 301
  • Power Gas Producers, Their Dasign and Application, P. W. Robson, 629
  • Railroad Eogineering, The Elements of, W. G. Raymond, 538
  • Railway Stores Management, W. 0. Kemp- thorne, 119
  • Searchlights, Their Theory, Construction, and Application, F, Nerz, Translated by C. Rodgers, 78
  • Steam Engine and other Steam Motors, Vol. IL, Robert C. H. Heck, 39
  • Strength of Materials, W. C. Popplewell, 119 Thermodynamics, Technical, Zauner, 78 Thermodynamics of Technical Gas Re-actions, Dr. F. Haben, 432

Literature: Short Notices:

  • Arcbseological Papers, 1665-1890, Index cf, G. L. Gomme, 617
  • Automobile Engineers, Proceedings of the Incorporated Institution of, 563
  • Baihs and Bath-houses, Modern, W. Paul Gerhard, 617
  • Board of Trade Examinations, Hints to Engineers for the, 458
  • Calculating, Some Quick and Easy Methods, R. G. Blaine, 301
  • Calculations, Practical, for Engineers, C. E. Larrard, 120
  • Car Road-book and Guide, The, Lord Montagu, 620
  • Chemical Appointments, A List of Official, R, B. Pilohe’’, 617
  • Daily Mail Year-book, 1908, Percy Parker, 276
  • Edison, Thomas Alva, F. A. Jones, 273 Electric Power Transmission, Louis Bell, 273
  • Railways Theoretically and Practically Treated, Vol. II., Sydney N. Ashe, 273
  • Electrical Undertakings and Directory of Officials, Manual of, Emil Garcke, 617
  • Engine-room Chemistry, A. H. Gill, 40 Engineers’ Year-book, The, H. R. Kempe, 273 Export Merchant Shippers and Manufacturers of Great Britain and Ireland, 630
  • Fowler’s Electrical Engineers’ Pocket-book, W. H. Fowler, 468
  • Geology of the Southern Part of the Derbyshire and Nottingham Coalfield, 630
  • Hazell’s Annual for 1908, W. Palmer, 301 Integration by Trigonometric and Imaginary Substitution, C. 0. Gunther, 630
  • Iron, The Metallurgy o^, T. Turner, 589 Lamps, Electric Arc: Their Principles, Construction and Working, J. Zeidler and J. Lustgarten, 148
  • Lockwood’s Builders’, Architects’, Contractors’ and Engineers’ Price Book, 1908, F. T. N. Miller, 273
  • Locomotives of 1907, Chas. S. Lake, 273 Mathematics, Practical, F. C. Clarke, 273 Mechanical Engineering, A Pocket-book of,
  • C. M. Sarnes, 458 World Electrical Pocket-book for 1908, W. D. Martin, 458 Mercantile Year-book and Directory of Exporters, Walter Lindley Jones, 457 Minerals, British, and Where to Find them, Stephen Neil, 273
  • Miners’ Geology and Prospectors’ Guide, G. A. Corder, 630
  • Mining Tables, F. H. Hatch and E. J. Vallen- tine, 120
  • Modern Machine Shop, Rankine Kennedy, 458
  • Pigmentsand their Vehicles, Frederick Maire, 458
  • Motor Cars, Systems of Electric Ignition for, Douglas Leechman, 432
  • Moving Loads on Railway Underbridges, Harry Banford, 273
  • Newspaper Press Directory, The, 1908, 617 Oil Fields of Russia and the Russian Petroleum
  • Industry, Beeby Thompson, 432 Patent Rights, G. M. Hardingharo, 432 Patents in England and Abroad, How to Take
  • Out, E. and A. E. Edwards, 273
  • Plane Surveying, J. C. Tracy, 301
  • Post-office London Directory for 1908, Kelly’s Directories, 120
  • Sea Terms and Phrases, English-Spanish, Spanish-English, Graham Hewlett, R.N., 148
  • Railway Year-book for 1908, G. A. Sekon, 617 Reinforced Concrete Construction, Principles of, F. E. Turneaure and E. R. Maurer, 468
  • Sanitation of Public Buildings, Gerhard, 663 Science Year-book and Diary for 1908, Major R. F. S. Baden-Powell, 617
  • Sell’s Directory of Registered Telegraphic Addresses, 1908, Henry Sells, 273
  • Shipowners, Shipbuilders, and Marine Engineers, 1908, The Directory of, 617
  • Shipping World Year-book, 1908, Evan R, Jones, 638
  • Spanish and Spanish-American Mining, Metallurgical and Allied Terms, A Dictionary of, Edward Haise, 617
  • Steam and Other Vapours, Tables of the Properties of, C. H. Peabody, 432
  • Boilers. Engines, and Turbines, Sydney F. Walker, 563
  • Steel Mill Building, The Design of, Milo S. Ketchum, 617
  • Tables of Quantities for Preliminary Estimates, Ranch and Rice, 663
  • Thermodynamics of the Steam Engine, and Other Heat Engines, C. H. Peabody, 689
  • Town Planning in Theory and Practice, Nettleford, 273
  • Turbine, The Steam, R. M. Nielson, 538 Turbines, Stuart Garnett, 563
  • Tyne, The River: Its Advantages and Possibilities, Herbert Shaw, 617
  • Walls, Bins, and Grain Elevators, The Design of, M. S. Ketchum, 630
  • Weights and Measures of International Commerce Tables and Equivalents, F. H. Hatch and E, J. Vallentine, 148
  • Willing’s Press Guide, 1908, 301 Wiring of Buildings, International, H. M. Leaf, 273
  • Workmen’s Compensation Cases, Vol. IX., Minton-Senhouse, 630
  • Year-book of the Scientific and Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland, 40

Literature: Books Received:

  • American Ethnology, Twenty-fifth Annual Report of the Bureau of, 40
  • Annales de I’Association des Ing^nieurs Sortis des Ecoles Speciales de Gaud, 40
  • Architect, The L«gal Liability of the, A. Mon- tefiore Brice, 188
  • Bau Rationeller Trancisturbinen-Laufrader, V. Kaplan, 301
  • Berechnung Elektrischer Anlagen auf Wirt- schaftlichen Grundlagen, Die, F, W. Meyer, 538
  • Berechnung und Konstruktion der Schiffs- maschinen und Kessel, Dr. G. Bauer, 406
  • British Chamber of Commerce, Paris, Report for 1907, 638
  • Coal Mining, Modem Practice of, D. Burns and
  • G. L. Kerr, 188 Practical, W. S. Boulton ; Vol.
  • IV., 148; Vol. V., 676 Conrs d’Electricit^, H. Pellat, 148 Dampfturbinen fiir Orbfeste, &c., Regelung, Umsteuerung und Siehe- rung der, W. Gentsch, 676 und Turbinen-Schiffe, A.
  • Krebs, 676
  • Eisenhiitte, Etne Monographie, Dr. 0. Stillich and H, Stendel, 538
  • Electrical Engineering, A. E. Moore and F. 1 Sbaw, 676 for Technical Students and Engineers, Whittaker’s Arith- metic of, 188
  • Engineers. Journal of the Institu- i tion, 676
  • Theory, Modern, Norman Campbell, 188
  • Electricity and Magnetism, Mathematical Theory of, J. H. Jeans, 406
  • Engineering Association of New South Wales, Proceedings of the. 301
  • Index, Annual, for 1907, 676 Reminiscences, C. T. Porter, 538 Entwicklung der Dampfmaschine, Conrad
  • Matschoss, 40
  • Fabrikorganisatiop, Fabrikbuchfuhrung und SelbstkostenberechnuDg der Firma Ludwig Loewe, J. Lilienthal, 40
  • Flottes de Combats en 1908. Les, 301
  • Gas Power, F. E. Junge, 676
  • GemeinfassHche Darstellung des Eisenhutten- wesens, 188
  • •Graphics Appl’ed to Ari hmef’o Mensuration, and Statics, G. C. Turner, 406
  • Great Western Railway Swindon Engineering Society, Transactions, 676
  • Herstellung der Zahnrader, E, Linsel, 538 Hochofenschlache in der Zementindustrie, Die,
  • H. Passan, 301
  • How to Estimate, Analysis of Builders’ Prices,
  • J. T. Rea, 301 Hydraulics, F. C. Lea, 188 Income Tax, Acts Relating to the, Stephen
  • Dowell, 78
  • with Special Reference to Recent Legislation, Roger Carter, 148 Iron and Steel, The Metallurgy of, Bradley
  • Stoughton, 538
  • Irffnmoriger Metal Market Year-book, 1908, The, The Ironmonger^ 148
  • Irrigation Engineers, Facts, Figures, and
  • Formulae for, B. B. Buckley, 538
  • J ahr buch der Schiffbautechnischen Gesellschaft, Julius Springer, 301
  • Junta de Obras del Puerto de Huelva, 676 Kohlenbergwerk, Eine Monographic, Dr. 0.
  • Stillich and A. Gercke, 538
  • Kontinuierliche Balkenbrucken aus Eisenbeton in Theorie und Ausfiihrung, S. Zipkes, 301
  • Kriegsflotten, Taschenbuch der, B. Weyer, 148 Land Treatment of Sewage, H. T. Scoble, 188 Les Nouveaux Livres Scientifiques et Industrials, Bibliographie, 676
  • Manchester Geological and Mining Society, Transactions of the, 538
  • Marine Engineering Design, including Turbines, Simple Problems in, J. W. Sothern, 188
  • Mariner’s Compass, The New, Z. M. S., 676 Massen - Distillation von Wasser, Ludwig
  • Bothas, 406
  • Massentransport, M. Buhle, 538
  • Mechanical Engineering for Beginners, R. S.
  • M’Laren, 406
  • Mechanical Engineers, Proceedings of the Institution of, 676
  • Mechanics, Elementary Manual of Applied,
  • Andrew Jamieson, 538 Mesures Electriques, Eric Gerard, 148 Metric Ready Reckoner, T. H. Elgie, 676 Micropetrrgraphy, E. H. Adye, 676 Moderne Damptkessel der Kriegs und Handels-
  • schiffe, Der. Max Dietrich, 406 Patent-office Library, Guide to the, 406 Polarity of Matter, A. Clark, 301 Practical Induction Coil Construction, John
  • Pike, 538
  • Public Schools Year-book, 1908,406
  • Pumping Machinery, W. M. Barr, 538 Resistance of Ships and Screw Propulsion,
  • D. W. Taylor, 538
  • Sanitation of Recreation Camps and Park?, Dr.
  • H. B. Bashore, 676
  • Schoolmasters’ Year-book and Directory, 1908, 406
  • Shipbuilding, Present-day, Thomas Walton, 40 Six Weeks and the Mediterranean Passenger, 148
  • Sling, The; Remarks on Royal Institution Lectures, W» L. Jordan, 40
  • Smithsonian Institution, Annual Report, 40 South Africa, Guide to, A. S. Brown and G. G.
  • Brown, 40
  • Specifications and Contracts, J, A. L. Waddell, 406
  • Steam, First Stage, J. W. Hayward, 538 Structural Engineering, A. W. Brightmore, £38
  • Superheat and Snperheating, and their Control, W. H. Booth, 40
  • Telegraphie sans Fil, Le Pas?^, le Present, et I’Avenir de la, E. Guarini, 538
  • Tt4orie des Canons k recul sur I’Afffit, F, Ran- senberger, 301
  • Townsman’s Farm, The, by “Home Counties,” 638
  • Turbines, Stesm, Carl C. Thomas, 301 Warships, E. L. Attwood, 538 Westminster Series, Iron and Steel, J. W.
  • Stansbie, 188
  • Work and Wages, Sydney J. Chapman, 406
  • LOCAL Authorities and Trade Refuse, 292 Log Frame Saws—see Wood-working Machinery London County Council Tramways, 326 London Bill, Port of, 504

Machine Tools:

  • Boring and Surfacing Machine, High-speed, Kearns, 277 Turning Mill, Richards, 675 48fn., Stirk, 657
  • Drilling Machine, Electrically-driven Radial, Archdale, 120 Radial, Stirk, 657 Machines, Hetherington, 582
  • Grinding Machine for Printing Machine Cylinders (Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited), 302
  • Hammer Tests, Pneumatic Power, Massey, 70
  • Hammers, Power, Steam versus Compressed Air for, 412
  • Lathe, All-geared High-speed, Colchester Company, 658 lOin. High-speed, Sfcirk, 657 High-speed, Hetherington, 582 74in. Screw-cutting Turret, Colchester Lathe Company, 461
  • for Turning and Flatting Shafts, Pollock and Macnab, 121
  • Machine Tools, Weigat and Power of, P. V. Vernon, 261, 272
  • Milling Machine, Hetherington. 582
  • Machines, Purchasing, by Power, P, V. Vernon, 261, 272
  • Roller Steady for, Alfred Herbert, 199
  • Planing Machine, Heavy Plate Edge, Smith Brothers, 254
  • Largest Existing, Niles-Be- ment-Pond Company, 318 Rack-cutting Machine, Automatic, Wilkinson, 200 ’ Saws, The Action of Toothless Circular, Harbord, 187 ; (Letters), 226
  • Shearing Machine, Hydraulic, Smith Brothers, 406
  • Shears. Built-up Splitting, Pels, 42
  • Surfacing and Boring Machine, Universal, George Richards, 407
  • Turning and Boring Machine, Hetherington, 582
  • Mill, Large, Smith and Coventry, 564 Machine, Automatic, Herbert, 556
  • MACHINERY, Constructional, at Havre Port Works, 554, 560
  • Contract to Supply, Legal Decision, 673
  • Export Bounties on, 271
  • Magnetic Separation, 184 ; (Letter), 305 Marble Arch Improvement, 94 Marine Engineering—see Engineering
  • Mariner’s Compass, Modern Developments of, Dobbie, 424
  • Mechanical Engineering—see Engineering
  • Mensuration of Small Angles and Minute Lengths,
  • J. G. A. Rhodin, 417

Metals and Metallurgy:

  • Coal, Ores and Minerals and Iron Obelisk at Franco-British Exhibition, 503
  • Corrosion of Mild Steel and Iron Plates, Heck, 300, 307
  • Electrolytic Corrosion, Haldane Gee, 378 Metals (Chemistry) in 1907, 17
  • Metallic Composition, Johnson, 658
  • Packing, 88—see also Packing Tubing, United Flexible Metallic Tubing Company, 658
  • Metallography, Application of Colour Photography to, Law, 553
  • Mines and Mining* News :
  • Metal Mining, Some Unsolved Problems in, Professor Henry Louis, 448
  • Mines, Asturiana, Ropeway at, 523, 534 Bruay, Water Accumulator at, 268 Mining Congress, American, 624
  • List of Papers at Institution of Mining Engineers, 612 and Metallurgy in 1907, 19 in Transvaal, 1906-7, 407
  • MOTORS—see Electrical Matters—Engines and Motors and Motor Vehicles

Motor Vehicles and all Matters Relating thereto:

  • For Rail Motors—see Railways
  • Auto-Mixte Petrol Electric System, 344
  • Brewtnall’s Radiator, 344
  • Clift Paraffin Marine Motor, 344
  • Commercial Motor Vehicles, 272, 276
  • Critchley Norris Steam Chassis, 343
  • Crossley’s Works at Gorton, Manchester, 60S
  • Dust Trials, 658
  • Gaggenau Motor Vehicles Engine, 344
  • Hall’s Petrol-electric System, 343
  • Lune Valley Engineering Company, Boiler and Burner. 343
  • Milnes-Daimler Motor Omnibus, Chassis, Engine, Gear-box, Three-point Suspension Bracket, 344
  • Motor Car, Petrol-electric Railway, 543
  • Motor Cars in 1907, 14
  • Vehicle Tests, Industrial, 589
  • Vehicles and Road Surfaces, 509
  • Petrol Testing, G. H. Baillie, 540
  • Ryknield Petrol Motors, 344
  • Steam Motor Wagon, Mann’s, 592
  • Testing Plant for Automobiles, 328
  • Villinger Propeller, 345
  • Wagon for Military Transport, Petrol Motor, Armstrong, Whitworth’s, 228

Naval Engineer Appointments:

  • 10, 279, 333, 452, 574, 673
  • NAVY—see Ships
  • Non-parallel Axle Trucks for Tramways, Warner. 173 / . I

Obituary:

Ordnance:

  • Naval Guns in 1907, 17
  • OXYGEN, Commercial Production of, 662
  • PACKING, Harbinger Standard Metallic Co., 604
  • Priuc^ps, 658 L'on,” Walker, 658 Painting Plant, Portable, Wells, 567 Patent Law, Reform of the, J. W. Gordon, 177, 201
  • Laws, Trade and the New, 352, 562 Patents R ales, 1908, 166

Patents, Selected American:

  • Adjustable Screw Conveyor, C. Brent, 654 Arcs, Voltaic High current, Apparatus for Producing, 628
  • Barometric Condenser, A. H. Helander, 654 Blast or Exhaust Apparatus, G. Elbe!, 600 Boiler, Steam, Brady, 24; C. Harter, 362 Steam, L. S. Watres, 654 Heads, Hand-hole Pipe-coupling tachment for, A. C. Badger, 388 Brass-adjusting Mechanism, Automatic, McKay and B. C. Layton, 416
  • Centrifugal Impact Dry Pulveriser, L. Graupner, 362
  • Chimney or Stack, 0. T. Benson, 442 Coil Springs, Method of Making, N. S. Harter, 104
  • Condenser, A. W. P. Cramer, 494 W. M. Fleming, 600 for Elastic Fluid Turbines, A. T.
  • Gray, 1C4
  • Cranks and Connecting-rods, Anti-friction Device for, W, W. Neighbour, 182
  • Cylinder, Assistant, for Steam Engines, L. D. Lovekin, 522
  • Die, F, E. Canda, 468 Dredging Apparatus, S. Lake, 574 Dynamo-electric Machine, R. S. Feicht, 258 Electric Railway System, S. B. Rappleye and J. J. Devine, 234
  • Engine, Explosive Compound, E. J. Woolf, 416 Gas, M. L. Wood, 388
  • Internal Combustion, E. H. Clift, 182 Internal Combustion, J. Salzer, 600 Mixing Valve, Gas, A. J. West, 258 Rotary, C. Gause and P. Conrady, 463 Starter, C. J. Coleman, 600
  • Two-time Combustion, 50
  • Engines, Governing Gear for Internal Combustion, W. J. Crossley and J. Atkinson, 234 Ferro-chromium, Slag Free, Process of Producing, J. B. Haffard, 442
  • Furnace, Electric, J. C. King, 76 Gas, Method of Manufacturing, H. M. Pierson, 442
  • Process of Making, A. M. Gow, 548 of Producing, G. J. Weber, 680
  • Producer, 0. K. Zwingenberger, 182 Connections, Method of Cleaning, R. H. Miller,-182..
  • Method of Maintaining Constant Temperature, E. Capi- taine, 680
  • Gauge. Steam or Vacuum, J. Eley, 104 Gear, Variable Speed Driving, G. E. Stanley, 206 Wheels, Method of Making, W. H. Smith, 130
  • Gearing, Jungstiom, 50
  • Gun-carriage for Recoiling Guns. Schneider, Le Creusot, and E. Rimailho, 312
  • Hydraulic Press, W, Tartarinoff, 284 Injector, W. H. Stirling, 522
  • Instrument for Optically Measuring Distances, H. Jacob, 416
  • Internal Combustion Motors, Reversing Valve Mechanism for, J. Sulzer, 362
  • Light, Method of Measuring, W. J, Hammer, 680
  • Ixjcomotive Draught Regulator, Skinner, Moberly and Cain, 628
  • Lubricating Oil, Means of Collecting from Ship Turbine Shaft Bearings, W, Kieser, 548 Lubricator, W. McCarty, 680
  • Metalloids in Crude Iron, Process of Utilising, &c., H. D. Hibbard, 574
  • Metal Pipes, Apparatus for Casting, E. A. Custer, 258
  • Metals, Heating and Welding, Rodriques-Ely and E, Gauthier, 388
  • Motive Fluid from the Combustion of Fuel, Means for Producing, W, J. Renshaw, 494 Muffler, Blanchard and Crocker, 24 Nozzle for Elastic Fluid Turbines, H.
  • win, 182
  • Rfgulating, for Turbines, V.
  • 312
  • Piston, H. A. Knox, 284
  • Pneumatic Suspension Device for Bodies, G. W. Bell, 234
  • Projectile, Wheeler and McKenna, 206 Pump, Air, de Laval, 50
  • Centrifugal, L. R. Alberger, 388 and Turbine, Jaeger, 50
  • Deep Well, Brisco and Erickson, 76 Pumping Engine, J. C. Smith. 312 Railway Rails, Manufacture of, W. H. Connell, 574
  • Rock Drill, Hydrocarbon, J. V. Rice, 574 Sectional Bit or Cutter, C. C. Hansen. 654 Shaft Bearing, W. L, R. Emmet and E. Dickinson, 522
  • Sheet Piling, J. T. Pyle, 206
  • Ship Locks, Method of AVorking, Pumberger, 24 ...
  • Silicospiegel, Process of Producing, E. F. Pnea,
  • Sound Records, Production of, Kitsee, 76 Steam Boilers, Purifying Device for, W. P.
  • Wiemann, 362 . z> TX •
  • Steel, Method for the Cementation of, C. Davis, 258
  • Process of Making, H. 0. Chute, 130 Stuffing-box, F. A. Dailey and B. Long, 494 Testing Machine, T. Olsen, 206 Track Gauge, L. Barceloux, 494 Tobes, Apparatus for Drawing Hard Metal, McTear, 388
  • Tunnelling Machine, W. J. Hammond, 648 Turbine, H. P. Porscke, 130
  • Elastic Fluid, Dalen, 24 ; G. Westwg- honse, 888
  • Gas, H. Holzwarth, 284 Steam, W. 0. Duntley, 416 Turbines, Bucket for, C. P. Steinmetz, 574 Governing Mechanism for, F. Samuelson, 104 ; 0. Junggren, 104 Reversible, Sankey, 60 Turret or Similar Vessel, C. D. Doxford, 628 Vacuum-producing Apparatus, C. A. Parsons, 182
  • Valve, A. C. Rieksecker. 312
  • Annular, for Compressors, Blowing Engines, &o., J. A, Willaret, 416

Patent Specifications, British:

  • Carburetters, 103, 679 Coal Mining, 76 Conveyors, 181
  • Dynamos and Motors, 23. 49,130,153,181, 206, 267, 337, 361, 416, 468, 493, 621, 648, 673, I 599, 628 . .
  • Electrical Distribution and Transmission, 205, 283,416, 647
  • Matters, 23. 49, 75, 130, 233, 257. 337, 384, 441. 493, 521, 673 Traction, 49, 75, 104, 311, 468 Engines, Boilers, and Accessories, 23, 49, 76, 103, 205, 223, 257, 283, 361. 887, 415, 441,
  • 467, 512, 522, 547, 573, 699, 6C0, 653 Evaporators, 441
  • Excavator, Mechanical, 494 Furnaces, 205, 387, 521, 654 Gas and Gas Producers, 50, 257, 311, 361, 415, 522, 574, 679 Internal Combustion Engines, 257, 311, 337, 387, 441, 467, 627, 653, 679 Kilns, 24, 354 Metallurgy, 361, 362 Miscellaneous, 24, 76, 103, 129, 206, 234, 268, 284, 311, 312, 442, 468, 494, 522. 548, 574, 679
  • Motor Vehicles, Road, 103, 312, 338, 361, 387, 493, 547, 653
  • Propellers, 129 Pumping Machinery, 337
  • Railways and Tramways, 76, 129, 388, 468 Refuse Disposal, 599
  • Tar-spreading Appiratus, 76. 234, 337
  • Telegraphy and Telejihony. 103, 130, 233, 283,
  • 468, 493. 573, 599, 653, 697
  • Testing Machine, 388
  • Tools, Machine and Others, 164, 205, 441, 573, 628
  • Transformers, Rotary and Static, 153. 311, 627 Turbines, 23. 49,103,129,233. 415, 4b7, 627, 679 Water Purifiers, 206, 416, 547
  • PATTERN-MAKING Machine, 645 ; (Letter), 672
  • Pensions, Old Age, 584
  • Personal and Business Announcements. 40, 74, 128, 152, 180, 204, 232, 256, 282, 310. 3S6, 3£6, 440, 492, 520, 546, 572, 626, 652, 678 Petrol Testing, G. H. Baillie, 540 Photographic Instruments, Dalmeyer, 657 Photography, Wireless, Kundsen, 464 Picketing, The Law of, 510
  • Piles, SpiraVyarmoured Concrete, Considcro, 470 pioneer Engineering, F. Shelford,_469, 495, 5/8, 549, 563 ; (Letter), 567
  • Piston Rings, Princeps, 658 Speed, Professor Weighton’s Trials, 404 ' Plate Rolling Mills, Lamberton, 537
  • Pneumatic Tool for Boiler-tube Scaling, Ratclitt, 332
  • Ports—see Harbours ,
  • Power Plant at Rotary Kiln Cement Works, Electric and Suction Gas, 213, 220 presses at Franco-British Exhibition, Bliss, 632 Printing Apparatus, New Light, Schmidt, 655

Pumps:

  • Pump. Air, with 12.000 Horse-power Steam Turbine, Tosi, 624 594 (Tv:0-paye Sup- 22?id, 1908)
  • High-lift Turbine, for Montreal Waterworks, Mather and Platt, 67 Pumping in India, Experimental, 38
  • Plant in Egypt, Irrigation, Allen, ^98 399
  • Sulzer’s 30, 31, 58, 85. 90 Project, Divi, Madras, 499 (Tifo page Supplement^ May 15^A, 1908) Pumps, Air, and Condensers, Ferguson, 278 Centrifugal, Self-charging Apparatus for, Gwynnes, Limited, 160 at Chatham Dockyard, Hydraulic, Abbott, 372 .
  • Feed, for Italian Cruiser San Giorgio, Watson, 369
  • High-lift for a Colliery, Allen, 484 Sewage, at Twickenham, 686, 690, 630 for Slimes, Air-lift, 26 Three-throw, Cameron, 604 Zoelly Turbine, Mather and Platt, 558
  • PUNCH, Hand Metal, Nones, 542
  • Pyrometric Installation at Woolwich Arsenal, Lambert, 663
  • QUARRYING in 1907,19

Railways and Railway Matters, General:

  • Accidents, American, 111 Australian, 620; (Letter), 647 Belgian, near Antwerp, 561 City and South London Locomotive, 646
  • Shrewsbury, 425, 429 Metropolitan Railway, Two, 163, 171 Wembley Park, Near, 561
  • Widnes, Near, 163, 171; (Letter), 253
  • BRAKE Trials, Maximus, on the North-Eastern Railway, 595 ; (Correction), 612
  • Bridges, Design of, 144
  • Coal Contracts, 664 Conciliation Boards, 327, 377, 431, 483, 673 Electric Traction, Single-phase, 642 Indicator, Train, at St. Enoch Station, 603 Permanent Way, Historical, Haarman, 189, 216, 250; (Letter), 276
  • Railway Fires Act, 1905, 10
  • Working Agreements, 38, 616 Railways in 1907, 14
  • Electrical, in 1907, 18
  • Light, Vacuum Brake for, Holden, 304 Safety on, 171; (Letter), 253
  • and the State, Relations between, 583, 587, 605—see Railway Inquiry, 193, and Railways, Nationalisation of. Tube, Fires on, 65, 100
  • Signalling on Locomotives, Automatic Cab, Pigg, 71, 123
  • Sleeper, The Iron, Haarmann, 189, 216, (Letter), 276
  • Railways, British, Colonial, and dlan:
  • Barry Railway, Pwll-y-Pant Viaduct on Dickie, 202
  • Bradford Station, 209
  • Caledonian Station at Edinburgh, 500 Canadian Pacific Railway, Statistics, 567 Conciliation Boards, 327, 377, 431, 483 Crewe Station, 315, 363, 392
  • Cheshire Joint Lines Railway, Accident Widnes, 163, 171; (Letter), 253
  • Doncaster Avoiding Line, 673
  • Fires on London Tube Railways, 65, 100 Glasgow and South-Western Station, St. Enoch, Glasgow, 601
  • Grand Trunk Railway, Canada, Apprentice System, 334
  • Great Central Railway, Accident near Wembley Park, 561
  • Doncaster Avoiding Line, 673
  • Wath Concentration Yard, 138, 379
  • Eastern Railway, Conciliation Board, 327, 377, 431, 483, 570
  • Northern and Great Central Agreement, 253, 273, 616
  • Western Station at Reading, 450, 454 Snow Hill Station, Birmingham, 262
  • Heysham, Morecarabe, and Lancaster Line, Electrification, 610, 614, 636. 640
  • Indian Railway Economics, 32, 51, 118, 207, 289, 445, 523
  • Railways, Committee’s Report, 609, 641 Inspection Car, Petrol-motor, North-Eastern Railway, 358, 460
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Works at Horwich, 264
  • London and North-Western, Shrewsbury Accident, 425, 429
  • Station at Crewe, 315, 363, 392
  • Tube Railways, Fires on, 65, 100
  • Metropolitan Railway Accidents ; Farringdon- street, 163, 171 ; West Hampstead, 163, 171; (Letter), 253
  • Midland Railway, Accident near Sheffield, 163,
  • 171 ; (Letter), 253 Electrification of the Heysham - Lancaster - More- cambe Line, 610, 614, 636, 640
  • Station at Bradford, 209
  • North British Railway, Goods Yard and Warehouse at Glasgow, 659
  • North-Eastern Railway, Hydraulic Equipment for the Albert Dock, Hull, 649
  • Maximus Brake Trials on, 595 (Correction, 612)
  • Petrol Motor-inspection Car, 358, 460 Station at Hull, 159, 160
  • Paragon Station. Hull, 159, 160 Princes-street Station, Edinburgh, 500
  • Railway Inquiry, 193—see Railways and the State and Railways, Nationalisation of
  • Railways, Future of Suburban, 195 Nationalisation of our, 170, 587;
  • (Letter), 225—see Railways and the State and Railway Inquiry
  • Reading Station, Great Western Railway, 450, 454
  • St. Enoch Station, Glasgow, 601 Signalling Arrangements at Wath, 138 Snow Hill Station at Birmingham, 262 Stations, Large, 159, 160, 209, 262, 315, 363, 392, 450, 454, 500, 601
  • Trolley for Armour Plate, &c., Caledonian Railway, 435

Railways, Foreign:

  • American Accidents, 111
  • Railways, Block Signalling on, 529
  • Austrian-Alpine Railways. 54 {Tivo^page Supplement, January 17th, 1908)
  • Belgian Railway Accident near Antwerp, 561 Chamonix-Martigny Railway, 319 Egypt and th© Soudan, 9
  • Electric Railway, Gas Engine Power Plant for, 539
  • Petrol Motor Car, 543
  • Fin Haut Station, 319
  • Italian Railway Service, 591
  • Key West Railway, 186
  • Malay States Railways, Bogie Coal Wagon, 505
  • Railways Foreign (continued}*.
  • Milwaukee Northern Railway, Electric, Gas Engine Power Plant for, 539
  • New York Rapid Transit Subway, W. B. Parsons, 254
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Steel Rails, 567 Pittsburg and Butler Electric Power Station, 67
  • Railway Gauge Conversion in Manchuria, 237,
  • Tehuantepec Railway, Harbour at Salina Cruz (Supplement^ January Zrdy 1908)
  • Railways, United States, in 1907, 25 Electrical, United States, in 1907, 25
  • Russia’s Railway System, 542
  • Signalling, Block, on American Railways, 529

Railways, Locomotives, British, Colonial, and Indian:

  • City and South London, Accident, Board of Trade Report, 646
  • Cleator and Workington Junction Railway, Saddle Tank, 66
  • Great Central, Compound Engines and their Work, Charles Rous-Marten, 417, 460
  • Eight-wheels Coupled Tank, 380
  • Great Western, Four-cylinder Non-compound, “ Great Bear,” 165,188 (Two- page Supplement^ Feh'uary 14M, 1908)
  • Six-coupled Four-cylinder Noncompound, 14 (Supplementi Jamtary 3rcZ, 1908)
  • London and South-Western. Six-coupled Four- cylinder Non-compound, 14, 133 (Correction, 169), 192, 193 (Supplements, January Zrd^ 1908, February 1th, 1908, and February 21s^, 1908); Duplex Boiler Feed Pumps and Piston Valves, Drawings, 503, 508 ; Tender to Locomotive No. 335 and Water Pick-up. 192 ; Charts and Diagrams of Results, 370, 371
  • Midland, Three-cylinder Compound Express, 14 (S^ipplement^ January Zrd^ 1908)
  • North-Eastern, Four-cylinder, 460
  • Six-coupled Tank, 354, 623 (Supplemenif April Zrd^ 1908
  • British and Foreign, 456
  • Superheat, and Balancing, 276, 357
  • Tank, with Brotan Boiler and Water-tube Firebox, Beyer, Peacock, 40
  • with Variable Tractive Power, Bothwell, 67

Railways, Locomotives, Foreign;

  • Brie Railroad. Mallett Compound, 14 (Si^pple- Dient, January 1908)
  • Italian State Railways Prairie Type Compound, 14 (Supplement^ January 3rcZ, 1908)
  • Ten-coupled Compound, 485
  • Exhibits at Franco-British Exhibition, Axles, Springs, &c., Spencer, 658
  • St. Gothard Four-cylinder Compound, 14 (Sup- plement^ January Src?. 1908)
  • American, for Export, 666, 670 Heavy Goods, 67 Powerful Geared, 624
  • Weights of, 67
  • Buffalo and Pittsburg Railway, Ten-coupled Bank, 67
  • and Rolling Stock in the United States in 1907, 156
  • Shunting Engines in America, Monster, 543

Railways, Locomotives, General:

  • Fire-boxes, Combustion in, Brislee, Fry, 345, 348, 351, 355, 376 ; (Letters). 409, 461
  • “Rocket,” George Stephenson’s, 189 in 1907, 14 (Supplement^ January Zrcl^ 1908) Automatic Cab-signalling on, Pjgg, 71, 123
  • RATEAU System, Development of, 107, 267, 290, 536
  • Refrigeration—see also Ships, Naval Matters Refrigerating Machinery, Haslam Foundry Company, 605
  • Refuse Destructor and Electricity Generating Station at Greenock, 471 (Corrections, 516, 546)
  • Destructor Plant at Twickenham Sewage Works, Meldrnm, 586, 590, 630 Reservoirs—see Water Supply
  • Rings, Strength of Chain, 497
  • Road, Concrete Crane, at Newport Dock, 30 Surfaces, Motor Vehicles and, 509

Rock Drills:

  • Drills in South Africa, Stope, 46, 135, 157, 645 (List of Names Competing, 137)
  • Electro-pneumatic, 227
  • “Konomax ” Compressed Air Rock Drill, 306
  • ROPEWAY, Aerial, at Loch Leven, Henderson, 32, 33,36
  • at Middleton Colliery, White’s. 166, 168
  • at Asturiana Mines, Spain, Ropeways. Limited, 626, 534 Rotary Kiln Cement Plant, Johnson, 211, 220
  • SALVAGE of a Coal Transporter, 382

Sanitary Engineering:

  • Sanitary Engineering in 1907, 8
  • Bath and Somersetshire County Council, 8 Caterham Disposal Plant, 8
  • Glasgow Sewage, 8
  • Leeds’ Position, 8
  • London Drainage and Tube Railways, 8 River Pollution, 8
  • Sewage Disposal, Royal Commission, 8
  • Testing, 8
  • Works, New and Contemplated, 8
  • Sheffield Sewage Effluent for Compensation Water, 8
  • Sewage Disposal Station at Twickenham, 586, 690, 630
  • Works, Colwyn Bay, 594
  • Sewerage and Paving in the United States in 1907, 51
  • SAWS – see woodworking
  • Shaft Sinking at Horden Colliery, South-East Durham, Brest, 229
  • Shears—see Machine Tools
  • Shield Used in Strand to Embankment Subway, 260

Ships and Shipbuilding, General:

  • Anchors, 127 Cwt. Patented Stockless, Waste- meys Smith, 658
  • Engines—see Engines and Motors
  • Fluid Resistance and Ship Propulsion, Research Work on, Wellenkamp, 423
  • Gantries at Harland and Wolff’s Belfast Works, 607
  • Germany on the Atlantic, 92
  • Heating of Modern Ocean Liners, Carlile Wallace, 395
  • Liquid Fnel at Sea, 14
  • Machinery for Cable Repairing Ship, 4, 6, 12 Marine Engineering in 1907, 14
  • Factors of Safety in, Arnold, 424
  • Turbine in 1907, 14
  • Mariner’s Compass, Modern Developments of, J. C. Dobbie, 424
  • Modern Ships, Classification of, 275 Propeller, The Atlantic, 300
  • Blades, Pitting of, 535, 539;
  • (Letters), 567, 593
  • Experiments, Model, Professor Flamm,353, 482 (Supplement^ April ird^ 1908)
  • Propellers, Turbine, 615 ; (Letter), 647 Resistance of Ships, Analysis of, Hovgaard, 423 Salvage of a Coal Transporter, 382 Schiffs-Kreisel (Gyroscope), Schlick, 638, 655 Screw-propeller Experiments, Results, Froude, 422
  • Ship Calculations, Notes on, W. S. Abell, 424 Construction, New System of, Isherwood, 395 ; (Letter), 515
  • Propulsion by Gas, 274
  • Shipbuilding Dispute, 148, 216, 222, 249, 293, 354,452, 456, 476, 661, 581, 620 Output of 1907, 93 Scottish, in January, 176
  • Three Months’, 382
  • Four Months’, 505 and Shipping on the Great Lakes of North America, Renner, 655 Steering Gear, Steam, Harland and Wolff, 630 532
  • Submarines, Disabled, Hall-Rees’ Dress for E-'cape from, 612
  • Tanks, Experimental, Wellenkamp, 422 Vacuum in Surface Condensers, Influence of Air, Morison, 395

Ships and Shipbuilding, British Navy:

  • Agamemnon, H.M. Battleship, 428, 434
  • British Navy in 1907, 15 (Supplement. January Zrd, 1908)
  • Ghurka, H.M. Destroyer, 15 (Supplement^ January Zrd^ 1908)
  • Gladiator, H. M. Cruiser, in Collision with St. Paul, 458, 604
  • Indomitable, H.M. Cruiser, 428, 434
  • Lord Nelson, Battleship, 62. 69
  • Tiger, Loss of H.M. Destroyer, 377

Ships and Shipbuilding, Naval Matters:

  • Armour in 1907, 16
  • and its Attack, Modern, Tresidder, 368, 393, 407, 425
  • Boilers in 1907, 17
  • Chatham Dockyard, Hydraulic Pumps at, Abbott, 372
  • Cruiser Problem, 399, 667 ; (Letter), 693 Destroyer Programme, The, 483 Dreadnoughts of the World, 60, 276 Gun-making in Sweden, Big, 446 (Tuppaye
  • Supplement^ May Is^, 1908)
  • Guns in 1907, 16
  • Naval Base at Rosyth, 267
  • Dock and Harbour Works, Expenditure on, 276
  • Engineering in 1907,17 Estimates, 221, 229, 367, 376 Shipbuilding, The Clyde and, 303
  • Refrigeration Machinery in 1907, 17
  • Repairs in Dockyards, Government or Private, 17
  • Shipbuilding, Private and Dockyard, 352 Shooting in the Navy, 175
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, in 1907, 16
  • Torpedo and Anti-torpedo Armament, 430
  • Torpedo-boat Destroyers, Speed of, 37
  • Torpedo Boats and Destroyers, Modern, Thornycroft, 368
  • Torpedoes in 1907, 16
  • Turbines, The Weight of Marine, 643
  • Unsinkable and Uncapsizable Ships, Goulaeff, 368, 380
  • Warships, British and Foreign, in 1907, 15 and Machinery under Construction in England, Progress of, 29
  • Price of Speed in, 299

Ships and Shipbuilding, Foreign Navies:

  • Argentine Armoured Gunboat Parana, Armstrong, Whitworth, 623
  • Brazilian Torpedo Boat Goyaz (Supplement^ January Zrd^ 1908)
  • French Battleships, Trials of, 291 Cruiser L6on Gambetta, 668 Naval Boilers, 197
  • German Destroyer, “S” Class (Supplement^ January Zrd^ 1908)
  • Italian Battleship Regina Elena, 28 Cruiser San Giorgio, Feed Pumps for, Watson, 369
  • Submarines, Glauco and Squalo, 162 Paraffin Enginefor, Thornycroft, 146
  • Japanese Cruiser, Ibuki, Turbines for. 542
  • Russia, New Submersibles for, Forelj, Kambala, 410
  • United States Navy, 43
  • Government Reports, 674

Ships and Shipbuilding, Mercantile and General Vessels:

  • Alexandra, New Royal Yacht, Inglis, 327 Cable-repairing Steamer, Guardian, 4, 6, 12 Parent, Thames Conservancy Tug, 612 Dredger for Rangoon, Simons, 614
  • Guardian, Cable - repairing Steamer, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 4, 6, 12
  • Holland-America Liner Rotterdam, 650 Jjifeboats of the United Kingdom, 391 Lusitania, Cunard Liner, 14 (Supplevnerd^ January Zrd, 1908)
  • Speed Trials, and Service Performance, Bell, 394
  • Pelican, Sand Pump Dredger for Rangoon, 514 Russian Survey Steamer Oxotckb, Sunderland Shipbuilding Company, 566
  • St. Paul, American Liner, in Collision with H.M.S. Gladiator, 458, 504
  • Shipbuilding on the Great Lakes of North America, 543
  • Sponge Fishing, Submarine Vessel for, 513
  • Steamboats, The (London County Council), 171 Steam Launches Constructor and Sirius
  • Simpson, 333
  • Submarine Vessel for Sponge Fishing, 513 Thames Conservancy Tug Darent, 512 Turbine Steamers Cairo and Heliopolis, 173 Yacht Vanadis, Inglis, 197

Ships and Shipbuilding, Launches and Trial Trips :

  • 126, 204, 310, 409, 548, 570, 652
  • SIGNALLING—See Railways
  • Slide Rule, The Long.” Hall, 381
  • Smoke, London, 118 ; (Letter), 176 Suppression, E. J; Kunze, 109
  • Soudan, Development of the, 9
  • South Kensington Engineering Collection, Catalogue, 555
  • Springs, Spencer, 658
  • Stamping Press, Hydraulic, Fielding and Platt, 332
  • Stations—see Electric Matters and Railways Steam, The Formation of, R. H. Smith, 314 Engine Theory, Disputed Points in, Mel- lanby, 302
  • Exhaust, Rateau System Development, 107, 267, 290, 536 Utilisation of, 536
  • and Water, 222, 248; (Letters), 149, 253, 276
  • Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Steering Gear—see Ships
  • Stope Drills—see Rock Drills
  • Strand to Embankment Subway, 260 {Two-page Su'ppletneiU,^ Details^ March Y6th^ 1908)
  • Strength of Chain Rings, 77, 134, 497
  • Stresses in Solid Beam Sections and the Strength of Chain Rings, R, H. Smith, 77, 134; (Letters), 34, 97,149
  • Submarine Navigation, Italy’s Progress, 162 Subterranean Water, 496
  • Subway, Strand to Embankment, 260 {Two-page Supplement, Details^ March \Zth^ 1908)
  • Sugar Factory, Formosa, 320
  • Superheated Steam, Advantages and Disadvantages of, M. Longridge,139 with Marine Engines, Use of, Felix Godard, 395
  • TANKS, Experimental—see Ships Technolexikon, The, 39
  • Telegraphy, Cable Repair Steamer Guardian, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 4, 6, 12
  • Wireless—see also Naval Matters Telephones and Telegraphs in 1907, 19 Telephony, Wireless, V. Poulsen, 434 Telescope (Mensuration of Angles), Rhodin, 417 Testing—see also Laboratory at Zurich, National
  • Physical Laboratory, and Engines and Motors
  • Machine, 30-Ton Tensile, Buckton, 657 Plant for Automobiles, 328
  • Tests, Influence of Water on Compressive Strength of Cement, Mortar and Concrete, 503 ’
  • Extensometer, Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, 506
  • THALASSOL, 675 Thames Conservancy, Report, 624
  • Floods, 481
  • Thermal Efficiency, Effect of Mixture Strength and Scavenging upon, Hopkinson, 405. 517, 543 ; (Letters), 435, 461
  • Tin-seaming Machinery, Bliss, 632 Torpedoes—see Ships, Naval Matters Tower, Brick Water-cooling, Balcke, 462 Traction Engine Excavator, 67
  • Tractor, Three-cylinder Steam, Fowler’s, 95 Trade—see also Labour in Cape Colony, 296
  • Depression on the Clyde, 581
  • Disputes, Compulsory Arbitration in. 668 Trades Disputes Bill, 301, 535 Tramway, Glasgow to Loch Lomond by, 172 Tramways, Electrical, in 1907, 18
  • United States, in 1907, 25 Leeds Corporation, Tip Wagon for Hudson, 675
  • London County Council, 326 Non-parallel Axle Trucks for, Warner 173 ’
  • Norwich Electric, 460
  • Strand to Embankment Subway, 260 1908)^^^^
  • Trucks, Non-parallel Axle, Warner, 173 Tunnel, The Rotherhithe, 648
  • Tunnels, United States, in 1907, 25 Turbine, 12,000 Horse-power Steam, F. Tosi, 524, 594 Supple/iKent, May 227UZ, 1908)
  • Marine, in 1907, 14
  • Steam, Engineering, 293
  • Sturtevant Steam, 228
  • 6000 Horse-power Zoelly, for M<iu- „ ,. Chester, James Howden and Co,, 612
  • turbines, Exhaust Steam, Translation of Professor Rateau’s Paper, 267, 290
  • in Germany, Marine, 669 for Japanese Cruiser, 542
  • Steam, Combination of Reciprocating Engines and, C. A. Parsons, 394,403, 474, 488 ; (Letters), 461, 477
  • Weight of Marine, 643 Turbo-generator, 18C0-Kilowatt, Parsons, 502, 634, 635
  • VALVE, Ehrhardt and Sehmer’s Mixing, 88
  • Equilibrium Stop, Schaffer, 436
  • Gas Sampling, 99
  • Water, Automatic Tap Syndicate, 516
  • Viaduct, Pwll-y-Pant, on the Barry Railway, Dickie, 202 ,
  • WAGON, Petrol Motor, for Military Transport, Armstrong, Whitworth, 228
  • Steam Motor, Mann’s, 592
  • Tip, for Leeds Tramways, Hudson, 675 28-Ton Bogie Coal, Leeds Forge Company, 505
  • Traversers in Glasgow Goods Yard, North British Railway, 659

War Material:

  • Armour and its Attack—see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Wap Material {contimbed^x
  • Balloons, Dirigible, in Warfare, 175
  • Gun-making at Bofors, Sweden. Big, 446 (To'o- page Supplement, May Is^, 1908)
  • Naval Guns in 1907, 16
  • Torpedoes—see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Wagon, Petrol Motor, for Military Transport, Armstrong, Whitworth, 228

WATER, Co-efficients of Discharge, Bilton, 648

  • Gauge, “Hay” Boiler Company, 174 (Correction, 195)
  • Subterranean, 496

Water Supply:

  • Water Supply in 1907, 7
  • Bar row, 7
  • Birkenhead’s Alwen Scheme, 7
  • Derwent Valley, 7
  • Halifax Reservoirs, 7
  • Honor Oak Reservoirs, 7
  • Lincoln Bore-hole Abandoned, 7
  • Liverpool and Manchester, 7
  • Metropolitan Water Board, 7, 397 ; (Letter), 647
  • Various Works, Home, 7
  • Foreign, 7
  • Chingford Reservoirs, 397
  • Skegness, 406
  • Water Supply and Purification in the United States in 1907, 51
  • WATT, James, Anniversary, 94
  • Memorial, Greenock, 584
  • Present to Institute, 634
  • Weighing Machine, Automatic Ore, Blake-Denison, 42
  • Weight-adding Machine, British Calculators, 333
  • Wheel, Spring, for Chain Drive, Renold, 582 Wilzin Pressure Controller, 634
  • Wire, Copper, Cowper-Coles, 623
  • Ropes, Cooke, 558
  • Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony—see Telegraphy and Telephony

Wood-working Machinery:

  • Lathe, Copying, Ransome, 622
  • Log Frame, Direct Steam-driven, Robinson, 43
  • Planing Machine, Wood, Robinson’s, 172
  • WORKMANSHIP, Materials and Invention, 588
  • Works, Chicago-Milwaukee Railway Locomotive and Carriage, 292
  • Formosan Sugar Factory. 320
  • Harland and Wolff’s, at Belfast, 607
  • Humber Company, Gas-power Station at, 551
  • Hungarian State Engineering, 313, 324, 365, 374
  • Lichtenberg, Combined Electricity and Gas, 164
  • Motor Car, at Manchester, Crossley Brothers, 608
  • Norman Portland Cement, 294, 298
  • Spittlegate Ironworks, Grantham, Hornsby’s, 237 {Four-page Supplement^ March ^th^ 1908)
  • Stockport Gas Engine, 265, 270

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