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The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Index

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  • ABLETT, C. A., and C. Koettgen, on Some Experience with Electrically-driven Rolling MiUs, 371

Accidents:

  • American Coal Mine, 387
  • Railway. 222, 443
  • Berlin Railway, 412
  • Boiler Explosions, Board of Trade Report, 4yi , (Letter), 521
  • Two, 43
  • British Railway, in 1907, 296 ,
  • Canal Embankment, Cornwall, U.S.A., Washout, 90
  • Chelsea Generating Station, 382
  • French Gun, on the Latouche-Treville, 328, 3&&
  • French Marine, 435
  • Gladiator, H.M. Cruiser, 381
  • Industrial, in the United States, 648
  • Ottawa-Trold Collision, 74
  • Stanton Ironworks, 354, 436,441; (Letters), 413, 440
  • Warship, 381
  • Water Hammer Explosion at Preston, 53/
  • also Stanton Ironworks
  • Zeppelin Airship, 147
  • AEROPLANES—see Flying Machines Africa, South, Irrigation in. Report of Commission, 301
  • Agricultural Educational Exhibits, 61
  • - Implements at Prague, 210 at Smithfield, 612
  • Air Compressors—see Compressors
  • Pumps—see Pumps
  • Airship, Zeppelin, 94, 147 ; (Letter), 149 —see also Flying Machines
  • Almanack, 78
  • Aluminium—see Metals and Metallurgy America and the New Patent Law, 247
  • American Engineering News, 50, 72, 177, 333, 444, 473. 652, 678
  • Rail Mill Practice, 50 Seaport. Proposed New, at Newark, New York, 90
  • Analysis, An Early Qualitative, 37
  • Anderton Boat Lift, Reconstruction, 82, 92
  • (Two-page Supplement July 1908)
  • Andrews and Cameron’s Sea-water Evaporators and Feed-heaters, 150
  • Anemometer and Wind Indicator, Jorgensen, z2
  • Apprentices, Training of Engineering, 35
  • Apulian Aqueduct, 362
  • Arbitration—see Labour
  • Armstrong, Prof. H. E., on Scientific Control of Fuel Consumption, 395

Associations, Institutions, and Societies:

  • Association, British:
  • Aluminium Alloys, Electrical Conductivity of, E. Wilson, 288 . ' .
  • Cause and Prevention of Wear in Motor-driven Vehicles, F. H. Royce, 288
  • Clock-driving Mechanism for Equatorial Telescopes, Sir H. Grubb, 289
  • Deviation of Actual Gases from the Ideal State, Callendar, 274
  • Experiments on Rotating Discs, M. F. Fitzgerald and J. Brown, 289
  • Laws of Flight, F. W. Lanchester, 288, 303, 329
  • Meeting in Dublin, 273, 287
  • Peat, Utilisation of, in Making Gas or Charcoal, Capt. Riall Sankey, 287
  • Platinum Thermometry, 275
  • Presidential Address, Dugald Clerk, 253, 279
  • Producer Gas, J. E. Dowson, 288
  • Production of Ammonia from Atmospheric Nitrogen by Means of Peat, H. C. Woltereck, 288
  • Railless Traction, F. Douglas Fox, 289
  • Report of Committee on Gaseous Explosions, 271, 273 (see Presidential Address, by Dugald Clerk); Appendix to Report, Callendar, 274
  • Strength of Solid Round-ended Columns, W. E. Lilly, 289
  • Study of Breakages, W. Ro?enhain, 288
  • Suction Gas Producers, P. W. Robson, 288
  • Turbines, Steam, Recent Advances in, G. Stoney, 273
  • Association of Engineers-in-Charge:
  • Smoke, J. Swinburne, 422
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester:
  • Constantine Medal Award, 470 I
  • High-speed Tool Steel, Professor Carpenter, ' 588
  • Presidential Address, G. Hughes, 470
  • Reciprocating Engine in Marine Practice, D. Gibson, 638
  • Visit to Harland and Wolff’s Works at Belfast, 116
  • Association of Bnglneeps and Shipbulldeps:
  • Wear and Tear of Machinery, W. R. Austin, 644
  • Association of Water Engineers:
  • Capetown Waterworks, Wynne-Roberts, 16
  • Conference at Birmingham, 16
  • Dinner and Visits, 16
  • Presidential Address, H. E. Stilgoe, 16
  • Reservoirs, Impounding, Design and Construction of. Watts, 16
  • Wells and Bore-holes for Town Water Supply, Ashton Hill, 16
  • Institute, The Iron and Steel:
  • Basic Open-hearth Process, Chemical Control of, R. V. Wheeler and A. Harrison, 396
  • Blast Furnaces/rom 1844-1908, Bell Brothers, Greville Jones, 346
  • By-laws, Proposed New, 372
  • Carbon Steels, Constitution of, Prof. E. D. Campbell, 397
  • Cleveland District Iron and Steel Industries, W. Hawdon, 345
  • Freezing Point of Iron, Prof. Carpenter, 397
  • Fuel Consumption, Scientific Control of, Prof. H. E. Armstrong, 395
  • Gas Producer Practice, Experiments, Prof. W. A. Bone and R. V. Wheeler, 395
  • Influence of Silicon on the Physical and Chemical Properties of Iron, A. Jouve, 397
  • Iron Ores, Mechanical Cleaning of, T. C. Hutchinson, 345
  • Iron Sheets and Tubes, Finished, Production of, in one Operation, S. O, Cowper-Coles, 372
  • Meeting at Middlesbrough, 345, 371, 395 Metal Mixer, Future Development of the, A. E. Pratt, 372
  • Microscope, Note on a Workshop, J. E. Stead, 345
  • Pig Iron Shown at the Franco-British Exhibition, Analyses of, Bauerraan, 346
  • Power Supply and its Effect on the Industries of the North-East Coast, C. H. Merz, 346, 629 ; Mr. T. Westgarth’s Addendum, 397
  • Programme of Autumn Meeting at Middlesbrough, 227
  • Rail Steel, Test for Ascertaining the Relative Wearing Properties of, E. H. Saniter, 346
  • Rolling Mills, Experience with Electrically- driven, C. Koettgen and C. A. Ablett, 371 Visits, 346, 373, 397*
  • Institute of Marine Engineers;
  • Marine Propulsion, Generation and Transmission of Power for, Durtnall, 85, 488
  • Presidential Address, Mr, J. Denny on Turbines and Propellers, 379, 408
  • Institute of Metals;
  • Aluminium and Some of its Uses, J. T. W Tehevarri, 531
  • Copper Alloys, Certain, Mechanism of Annealing in, G. D. Burgough and G. F. Hudson, OoJ I
  • Copper and Copper Alloys, Some Points of Interest, J. T. Milton, 531
  • Inter-metallic Compounds, Dr. Desoh, 531 : Rosenhain, 531
  • Meeting, First General, 531 New Institution, 516
  • Phosphor Bronze, Notes on, A. Philip, 531 Programme and Progress, 362
  • Tubes, Plant used in Manufacture of, W. H. A Robertson, 531
  • Visits, 531
  • Institute, West of Scotland Iron and Steel:
  • Presidential Address, P. N. Cunningham, 460 Institution of Civil Engineers ;
  • Presidential Address, J. C. Inglis, Brunei’s Report, Gauge Conversion, 495
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers
  • Some Comparisons of the Electrical Industry in this Country and Abroad, W. M. Mordey, 661
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, Manchester Section:
  • Electrical Design in Relation to Capital Cost, Miles Walker, 523
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders In Scotland:
  • Opening of New Buildings, 618, 638
  • Presidential Address, Ward, 638
  • Shipbuilding, Interrelation of Theory and Practice, O’Neill, 100
  • Standardisation and its Relation to Trade, Sir J. Wolfe Barry, 638
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers: Method of Detecting, C. A. M. Smith, 158 ®
  • Coal and Coke-handling Plant at Bristol, W. Stagg, 113 ’
  • Copper Tubes, Sheets, and Wire, Direct Production, Cowper-Coles, 136
  • Dinner, 116
  • Eimlntion and Methods of Manufacture of’Spur Geanng, Humpage, 138
  • Forced Lubrication for Axle - boxes, Hurrv Riches and Reynolds, 114
  • Hadfield’s Steel Cap of Shot before and after Impact, 571
  • on Notched Bars, Different Methods, Mr. F. W. Harbord, 571, 602
  • Repairs, Renewals, Deterioration, and Depre- Clarion of Workshop Plant and Machinery, J. E. Darbishire, 438, 443, 492
  • Resistance of Materials to Impact, Dr. Stanton and Mr. L. Bairstow, 571, 575
  • Sphingometer, C. A. M. Smith, 158 “1”5“?6T Id’s
  • Type-casting and Composing Machinery, L A Legros, 675 />••
  • Visits, Various Works at Bristol, 113, 123 159 ?
  • Stothert and Pitt’s Works, Bath, 142, 146 ’? Works, Swindon, 158, 104, loo ’
  • , Filtration and Purification for Public Supply, J. Don, 438
  • Graduates’ Association:
  • Cane Sugar Factories, Cyril Dawson, 203, 229 Institution of Mining Engineers: |
  • Coal Dust and its Treatment wit*' Chloride, H. Hall, 241
  • Colliery Rescue Apparatus, Practical
  • tr. B. Walker, 241 Meeting at Edinburgh, 241
  • Visits, 278
  • Wemyss Coalfield, J. Gemmell, 211, 278
  • Institution of Naval Architects :
  • Lusitania, Speed Trials and Service Performance. Bell, 46 I
  • Institution of Naval Architects, German: j
  • Gyroscope as Direction-giver on the Earth and ; Applicability to Ships, Dr. Anschutz-Kaempe, i 611 ' Lifeboats in Modern Vessels, Placing Technical and Other Considerations, Axel Welin, 635
  • Meeting, 587, 611
  • Resistances to Flat Plates and Vessels’ Hulls in Water and the Genesis of Waves, Prof. Dr. Ahlborn, 612
  • Transporting Plant for Building Ships, Michenfelder, 635
  • Turbines, Marine, G. Bauer, 587 Wage Tariff Agreements in the Shipbuildirg Trade, Hochstetler, 635
  • Institution, North-East Coast of Engineers and Shipbuilders:
  • Labour Economics and the Engineer, Presidential Address, Summers Hunter, 524 Report of Educational Committee, 679 Torsion Meters in Marine Work, J. Hamilton Gibson, 505
  • Society of Engineers:
  • Proposed Amalgamation, 50
  • Society, Royal:
  • Conversazione, 14
  • Divers’ Dress, Siebe, Gorman and Co., 14 Egyptian Survey Collections, 15
  • Mining Apparatus, Life Saving, Siebe, Gorman, 14
  • Winchester Cathedral Relics, 15
  • AUSTIN, W. R., on Wear and Tear of Machinery.
  • BAILEY’S Compressors, Gauges, Testers, and Valves, at Franco-British Exhibition, 213
  • Baker, Professor Ira, on Voids, Shrinkage, and Weight of Crushed Stone, 215
  • Ball and Socket Joints, 520 Barnes, J. S., on Tubbing for Modern Collieries, 422
  • Barry, Sir J.'Wolfe, on Standardisation, 638 Bauerman, Pref. H., on Analyses of British Pig
  • Iron at the Franco-British Exhibition, 346 Bearings, Ball, Hoffmann, 349, 399
  • D. W. F. Journal and Thrust Ball, Ludwig Loewe, 466
  • Bell, Thomas, on Speed Trials of the Lusitania, 46 Belts, Transmission, Domaoge, 162
  • Bending of Columns, Method of Detecting, C. A.
  • M. Smith, 158 Bending Machines—see Machine Tools Bessemer Converter, Dry Air in the, 120 Blast Furnaces—see Furnaces Blow-down System, Baby, 174 Blower Plant, Large Roots’, Thwaites, 387 Blowers, Steam Turbine, Hodges’, 173 Board of Trade Reports—see Labour and Boilers Boat Lift, Anderton, Reconstruction, 82, 92 {T»eo-page Supplement^ July 1908)

Boilers:

  • Blow-down System for Boilers, Boby, 174 Boiler and Engine Fittings, National Boiler Company, 466
  • Equipment for 18,000-Ton Battleship, Model, “ Lagrafel ” Type, Chantiers de Provence, 161
  • Fittings, Galloway’s, 375 Hopkinson’s Safety, 350 Furnace, The “Eclipse,” 562 Laurence Party, 213
  • “ Leinhaes ” Water-tube, with ‘ ‘ Durr ” Link Fire-bars, 260
  • Niclausse, 161, 189
  • Plug, Fusible, Vulcan Company, 375 Settings, Adjustable Cover Company, 84
  • Tube Cleaning Apparatus, Henschel, 333
  • Boilers at the Franco-British Exhibition, 161, 189
  • Doors, Steel Manhole, Rolled Steel Forge Company, 84
  • Economisers, Clay Cross Company, 264 Engine and Boiler Breakdowns, 272 Explosions, Board of Trade Report, 491 ;
  • (Letter), 521 Two, 43
  • Gauge Glasses and Reflectors, Grange, 189 Testers, Vulcan Boiler Company, 375 Stokers—see Stokers
  • Water Purification Oil Eliminating Plant, Paterson Engineering Company, 251
  • BOMBAY, Port and Harbour Improvements at. 157
  • Bone, Prof. H. A. arid K, V. Wheeler, on Experiments in Gas-producer Practice. 395 Boring Apparatus, Burnside Safety, 122
  • Machines—see Machine Tools Brakes—see Railways and Tramcars Brass—see Metals Breakages, Study of, W. Rosenhain, 288 Breathing Equipment for Salvage Purposes Mandet, 162

Bridges:

  • Avranches Railway Viaduct, 450
  • Blackwell’s Island (Queenborough) Cantilever at New York, 252, 595, 601
  • Concrete Bridges in France, 450 Coutances, Manche Railway, 450
  • Girder System of the Queenborough Bridge, 601 Manhattan Suspension at New York, Spinning the Cables for, 444
  • Noieiel Footbridge, 450
  • Quebec, Disaster, 221
  • Queenborough—see Blackwell’s Island
  • Swing, over the Arun, Littlehampton, 174, 175 Sydney Harbour, 487
  • Walney Island and Opening Span, 88, 89, 110, 111, 118
  • BRITISH Columbia, West Kootenay Hydroelectric Works, 481, 490 Electro-technical ComnrsBion, Miles Walker, 102
  • Browne, Sir B. C., on Co-partnership and Unemployment, 585, 596
  • Bruce, R ‘bert, on Marine Condensers, 648
  • Brunel’s Report on the Broad-gauge System, 495; (Letter), 521
  • Buffing Machine, Crypto Electrical Company, 456 Building Operations and Engineering Works Bill, 157
  • Burgon, G. D., and G. F. Hudson on Copper Alloys and Mechanism of Annealing, 531 Burmah Oil Pumping Station, 361
  • Business Aspects of Early Engineeriog, H. W. Dickinson, 670
  • Butter Separator, Swiftfeure Syndicate, 16
  • CABLE and Coral, Submarine Exhibits, India- rubber and Telegraph Company, 58
  • Caissons at Avonmouth Dock, Motherwell Bridge Company, 9, 70
  • Hauling Machinery, Carrick Wardale, 9, 70 for Walney Bridge, 89
  • Caldwell, W., on Oil Shale at Pumpherston, Callendar and Nicolson on leakage and densation of Steam, 169
  • Campanile of St. Mark, 285
  • Campbell, Prof. E. D., on the Constitution of Carbon Steels, 397
  • Canada, Concrete and Steel Workshop, 367, 378

Canals:

  • Accident to Cornwall Canal Embankment, U.S.A., 90
  • Caledonian, 107
  • Canals and Waterways, Royal Commission, 107. 626
  • Chicago Drainage Canal and the Great Lake Levels, 109
  • Crinan, 107
  • Erie, Tne New, 444
  • Forth and Clyde and Monkland, 107
  • Inland Navigation in America, 437
  • Panama, Progress at, 4, 27, 68, 134 (Tu:o-pagc Supplement^ August^tbi 1908)
  • Weaver Navigation, Anderton Boat Lift, Reconstroction, 82, 92 (Two-j>agc Supplement July 24a, 1908)
  • CAPITAL and Labour, 120
  • Capstans, Electric, at Avoninouth Dock, Stotherb and Pitt, 95
  • Hydraulic, 95
  • Carpenter, Prof.,

Catalogues:

  • 76, 152, 204, 230, 254, 280, 312, 337, 365, 419, 554, 578, 630, 666, 680
  • CEMENT Kiln, Rotary, Morgan, 22
  • Smidth, 30 Pipes, German System of Making, 599 Raw Meal Mixer and Stores, 618 Roofing, Volcanic, Seurat, 189 Works at Irthlingborough, 30
  • Census of Production, 3
  • Centenaries—nee Nasmyth, also Railways Centrifugal Bolting Machine and Brushes,
  • Cusson Frbres, 189 Force on Steam in Turbine Blading,
  • Frank Foster, 66
  • Chaff-cutter, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 612 Chain, Renold Silent Driving, 466
  • Change-gear Apparatus, Hofbeck, 313
  • Chicago Drainage Canal and the Great Lake Levels, 109
  • Chimney, Largest in the World, 678
  • Clerk, Dugald, on Gaseous Explosions, 271, 273 Presidential Address to British Association, 263, 279, 354
  • Clock, Electrically Illuminated, W. H. Bailey, 466
  • Clyde Measured Mile, 74
  • Trust—see Harbours and Works

Coal, Coke, and Collieries:

  • Barnsley Main Colliery, Ropeway at, Bullivant, 194, 199
  • Belt Conveyors for Shipping Coal, Fraser and Chalmers, 573
  • Bunker and Road Screen at Barnsley Collieries, 194, 199
  • Coal and Coke*bandling Plant at Bristol, Stagg,
  • Drill, Pneumatic Electric, 652
  • Dust and its Treatment with Calcium Chloride, H. Hall, 241
  • Elevator, Shovel and Coking Stokers, Proctor, 454, 456
  • Prices in London, 674
  • Shipping Machinery for Japan, Head, Wrightson and Co., 646, 650, 651
  • Transporting Plant of the Wigan Coal and Iron Company, 642
  • Coaling Staith and Hoist on the Tyne, 177 Station, Locomotive, Reinforced Concrete, 472
  • Coke Handling Machine, The Hamilton, 469
  • Oven Gas Engine Plant, 679 (Ttro-page Supplenventf December 1908)
  • Colliery Haulage Gears, 5 to 10 Horse-power, Electromotors, Limited, 402, 403, 430
  • Rescue Apparatus, Practical Use of, G. B, Walker, 241
  • Conveyors at Coventry, Bennis, 306 at Mining Exhibition, 97
  • Cutters at Mining Exhibition, Clyde, Pickquick. Siskol, &c., 136
  • Eight Hours Bill, 569
  • Mine Accidents in America, 387
  • Miners, Average Output of, 13
  • Railway Coal Bills and Wages, 196
  • Tubbing for Modern Collieries, 422 Warships, Coaling and Coal Economy, 353 Weighing Machines at Mining Exhibition, 97 Wemyss Coalfield, J. Gemmell, 241, 278 Yorkshire Steam Coal Trade, 46, 628
  • COKE—see Coal, Coke, &c.
  • Cold, International Congress on, 421
  • Commission, A Traveller’s, 292
  • Compressor, Electrically-driven Air, Tilghman, 166, 431
  • Compressors, Air, at the Mining Exhibition, 136 Koster Air, W. H. Bailey, 466
  • Concrete Block Making Machine, 61
  • Bridges—see Bridges
  • Dam, Temporary, at Avonmouth, 34 Ferro-, Wharf at Swansea, 341 (Supplement October 2ndf 1908)
  • Granary at Avonmouth, 34, 40 Handling by Belt Conveyors, 678 Monoliths at Avonmouth, 34 Piling at Yorkhill, 238
  • Reinforced, Railway Sleepers, M. Brukner, 411
  • Roadway for Motor Cars, U.S.A., 473 and Steel Workshop in Canada, 367, 378 Work at Monterey Waterworks, 486, 510, 514 (Tico-page Suppl&m,eut. hov&m- ber 6^A, 1908)
  • Work at West Kootenay, B.C., 481, 490 Condensers, Marine, Bruce, 648
  • Professor Josse’s Paper, 14
  • Considere System of Armoured Concrete, 450

Contracts:

  • 24, 62, 76, 126, 152, 180, 206. 232, 256, 282. 310, 390, 418, 446, 476, 600, 526, 554, 578, 606, 632, 658
  • CONTRACTS for Electrical Work and Machinery, 449, 503
  • Conveying Plant, Grain, at Avonmouth, New Conveyor Company, 95
  • Conveyors, Belt, for Handling Concrete, 678 Shipping Coal, Fraser and Chalmers, 5Z3
  • Coal-handling, at Coventry, Bennis, 306
  • Marcus,” Head, Wrightson, 97 at Mining Exhibition, 97
  • Cook, Edward, on the Gayley Dry Blast at Warwick Furnaces, 408
  • Co-partnership and Unemployment, Sir Benjamin C. Browne, 585, 596
  • Copper—see Metals and Metallurgy and Institute of Metals
  • Cork, Compressed, French Cork Company, 162 Corrosion—see Metals
  • Cost Accounts—see Establishment
  • Cotton Machinery at Nasmyth-Wilson’s, 314 Couplings, Automatic, 225 ; (Letters), 244. 305 Coventry Electricity Works, Bennis’ Mechanical Plant, 306
  • Cowper-Coles on Direct Production of Copper Tubes, Sheets, and Wire, 136 Production of Finished Iron Sheets and Tubes in One Operation, 372
  • Crane, Cross Traversing Jib, Stothert and Pitt, 360
  • Derrick Quarry, Morgan, 275 Ladle, at Steel Works, 529 Travelling, for Bridge Erection, U.S.A., 72 “ Walking,” for Shops, 652
  • Cranes, Electric, at Avonmouth Dock, 95 Creosoting Plant, Black and Sons, 61
  • Crusher, Patent Lightning Co., 136
  • Crushers at Mining Exhibition, 135
  • Cushman, Prof., on Corrosion of Metals, 409 ; {Letters), 666, 653
  • Cussons’ Steam Engine Cylinder Model, 136
  • Cylinder Condensation, 491 ; (Letters), 18, 19, 48, 73, 99, 125, 149, 163, 201, 226, 227, 496, 549
  • DAM, Gatun, at Panama, 4, 27
  • Temporary Concrete, at Avonmouth, 34,40 Temporary Concrete at Swansea, 341 Darbishire, J. E., on Repairs and Renewals of Workshop Plant and Machinery, 438, 443, 492; (Letters), 616, 663, 669
  • Dawson, Cyril, on Cane Sugar Factories, 203, 229 Demoulin, Maurice, on Recent Types of Express Locomotives, 209
  • Denny, Col. J. M,, on Foreign Competition in Shipbuilding, 637
  • James, on Turbines and Propellers, 379,
  • 408 ; (Letter), 496
  • Depreciation of Machinery—see Workshop Desch, Dr., on Inter-metallic Compounds, 531 Destructors—see Refuse
  • Desulphurisation of Steel in the Electric Furnace, Geilenkirchen, 249
  • Dickinson, H. W., on Business Aspects of Early Engineering, 670
  • Discs, Experiments on Rotating, M. Fitzgerald and J. Brown, 289

Docks:

  • Avonmouth, Royal Edward, at, 7, 12, 33, 40, 66, 70, 95 (Two-yyage Supplementf July Zrd. 1908)
  • Clyde Graving Dock Facilities, 562
  • Floating, for Callao, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 220, 224
  • Swansea, Harbour Works and King’s Dock, 341 {Suppl&nicTitf Oclobei' 1908)
  • DOCKSHIP Vulcan, German Naval, 460, 462; (Letter), 521

Dockyard Notes:

  • Admiralty Casualty Return, 578 Agamemnon and Lord Nelson, Trials, 43 Argentine Government’s Projected Vessels, 241
  • Austrian Battleship Erzherzog, Franz Ferdinand, 633
  • Seagoing Squadron, its Constitution, 147
  • and Spanish Warshios Compared, 533 Battleship, an Improved St. Vincent, 633 Bellerophon Type, Variety in Masts, 416
  • Trials. 533
  • Bellona, H.M.S., Probable Dimensions, 416
  • Boadicea and Invincible, Pitting from Corrosion, 678
  • Brazilian Battleship Minas Geraes, Launch and Details, 241
  • Clyde Shipbuilding at a Standstill, 242
  • Cossack and Teviot, Ocean Destroyers, Refit, 376
  • Cruiser Squadron, Fifth, Movements of, 376 New Second-class, 633
  • Drake, Good Hope, and Leviathan, H.M.S., Refit Question, 493
  • Dreadnought Comparisons, 241
  • Dutch Torpedo Boats Completed, 376
  • French Battleship Amiral Duperr^ as Target, 265
  • Jena as Target, 147 Monitor Temp^te as Target, 265
  • Danton Class, Boilers of, 74 Turbine, Speed of, 147 Launching, 242
  • Coast Ship Furieux Fitted for Wireless Telegraphy, 43
  • Cruiser Montcalm Refitted, 524 Cruisers Ernest Renan and Jules Michelet, 43
  • Destroyer Spahi, Change of Design, 493 Destroyers, New Type, List of Names, 376, 493
  • Gun Accidents, Frequency of, 376 Mediterranean Fleet, Speed Trials and Target Practice, 416
  • Submarines with Rams, 493 Torpedoes and their Effect, 376 Warships, Old, 493
  • Furnace Defects in British Destroyers, 533 German Battleship and Cruiser Contracts, 147
  • Armament, 265, 416 Ersatz Sachsen, Launched and Named Westphalen, 74, 376
  • Battleships Reconstruction, 493 Cruisers F and G, Orders Placed, 578 and Turbines, 43 Type of Turbine, 493
  • Destroyers nearing Completion, 493 Dreadnoughts, Armament, 265, 416
  • Names, 376
  • Gunnery, Kaiser’s Prizes, 376
  • Gladiator, Salvage of, 265, 376
  • Good Hope, Refit Postponement, 147
  • Guns and Torpedo Boats, 618 Indomitable’s Speed Record, 147
  • Inflexible Class to be fitted with Portable Blast Screens, 242
  • Invincible Class, Speed, 43 ; Trials, 533
  • Italian and Japanese Vessels, Rumoured Armament, 265
  • Morosini’s Guns, Rumours and Contradictions, 74
  • Japanese Battleship Mikasa, Rig and Armament, 43
  • Cruisers Fitted for Wireless Telegraphy, 43
  • Kaiserin Elizabeth Modernised, 147 Lord Nelson and Dreadnoughts, Comparison, 43
  • Oil Fuel in British and Foreign Ships, 533 ; (Letter), 566
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, New Hands, 524 Propeller Trials for the Dreadnoughts, 618
  • Royal Dockyards or Private Yards, 74 Rudder Changes, 618
  • Russian Cruiser Pleg Wrecked, 624 Gunboats Giliak and Koreitz at Dover, 524
  • Spanish Navy, Details of Projected Ships, 241 Swedish Cruiser Fylgia, 618
  • Swift, Destroyer, Trials, 241
  • Tail-shafts of Torpedo Boats Changed, 533 T6m^raire and Bellerophon, Progress, 43, 633 Terrible and Powerful, H.M.S., Problem of Utility, 493
  • Triumph, Refitting, 376
  • Turbines, Curtis, for Japanese Ships, 533 United States Collier Vestal, 43
  • Cruiser California, Re-armament of the Class, 74
  • Destroyers Named, 618 Dry Dock at Puget Sound, 376 New Battleships, Naming, 43 New Battleships, Progress, 147 Vessels, Various Trials, 241 Warship Funnels and Bridges, Alterations, 618 Transfers, Chili and Ecuador, 618
  • DON, J., on Filtration and Purification of Water, 438
  • Dowson, J. Emerson, on Producer Gas, 288 Drainage—see. Mines
  • Drawing-ofl5ce System, A Simple, E. A. Vesey, 202
  • Dredger, Large Sand Pump, Leviathan,” Cam- mell, Laird and Co., 439
  • Dredgers for Bombay, Simons, 200 and Models at Franco-British Exhibition, Simons, 84
  • Drills—see Machine Tools and Rock Drills
  • Dry Air in the Bessemer Converter, 120
  • Durtnall, W. P., on Generation and Electrical Transmission of Power for Marine Propulsion and Speed Regulation, 85, 96, 488
  • Dust, Industrial, and Disease, 239
  • Dynamics of Rolling of a Ship, Sir G. Greenhill, 609
  • Dynamometer Drum, Renard, 313 Hydraulic, Heenan and Froude, 456
  • Dynamometers, Elliott Brothers, 454
  • Model, for Experimental Tank, 343 {Supplem.&fii^ October 2nc?, 1908)
  • Torsion, 383
  • ECONOMISERS, Clay Gross Company, 264
  • Edgecombe, F. T., on Torsion Meters, 668

Electrical Matters;

  • Electrical Railways—see Railways Tramways—see Tramways
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers—see Associations, &c.
  • Accumulators, Motors, Transformers, Generators, Osram Lamps, Crypto Electrical Company, 456
  • Ammeters, Voltmeters, “Murray” Recorder, Evershed, 468
  • Armature with Radial Commutator, Motor Control Panel, Motor Switch Panel, Automatic Transformer, Cut-out, Circuit Breaker, Westinghouse, 454, 455
  • Auto-transformer Gear, Westinghouse Company, 375
  • Ball Bearings for Vertical Motors, Hoffmann Manufacturing Company, 349, 399
  • Brake for Motor-driven Machines, Wellman Seaver, 459
  • Brush Gear for Dynamos, Pneumatic, Morgan
  • Crucible Company, 374, 375
  • Carbon Brushes. Contacts, and Switch Breaks, Microphone Discs, Dashpot Plungers, &c., Le Carbone, 189, 459 *
  • Chelsea Generating Station, Accident, 382 Commutator Grinder, Phillips, 454 Condenser and Voltage Detector, Motor Starters and Current-growing Resistance, Reyrolle, 427
  • Contacts, Plug for Laboratories and Central Stations, Steinthal and Boydell, 400
  • Contracts for Electrical Work and Machinery, 449, 603
  • Controllers for Direct and Alternating-current Motors, for Pumps, Rotary Presses, and Various Machinery, Adams Manufacturing Company, 400
  • Controllers, Switches, “Autograd” and other Starters, Cee Bee” Circuit Breakers, “Victor ” Lamps, Electric and Ordnance Accessories Company, 399
  • Dynamos, Motors, and Motor Starter, Broadbent, 349
  • Electrical Design in Relation to Capital Cost, Miles Walker, 523
  • Eurnace, Desulphurisation of Steel in, Geilenkirchen, 249
  • Lighting Powers, Local Authorities and, 94, 469, 492
  • Propulsion of Sea-going Ships. 85. 96, 488
  • Rolling Mill Equipment, “Ilguer” Principle, Dorman, I^ng, 320, 359 Visited by Iron and Steel Institute, 346, 371
  • Standards, 436, 470
  • Electricity in Germany and Britain, W. M. Mordey, 661
  • Electro-lifting Magnets, Kramos, Limited, 64 Electro-technical Commission, International. 436, 470
  • Electrolytic Production of Iron Sheets, S. Cowper-Coles, 372
  • Electromotors for Mining Purposes, 98 Electro-technical Commission, British. Miles Walker, 102
  • Equaliser, Ply-wheel, Lancashire Dynamo Company, 458
  • Explosion Counter, Graham, 348
  • Fuses, Circuit Breakers. Switches, Eckstein, Heap and Company, 432
  • Fuse-boxes, Controllers, Switches, Iron Cases for Switches, Eckstein, Heap and Co., 453
  • Gauge, Integrating Pressure, Schaffer and Budenberg, 348
  • Gears, Haulage—see also Coal and Collieries Single and Double Helical Reduction, and 15
  • Horse-power Endless Haulage, Motor-driven, Power Plant Company. 427, 428
  • Generator, Lancashire Dynamo Company, 376
  • House-lighting Plant, General Electric Company, 403
  • Ignition Cell for Motor Cars, La Carbone, 189 Induction Motor Generator, General Electric
  • Company, 328, 398 (Supplement, October IQtL 1908)
  • Insulating Machine, Dry, A. G. Brown, 454
  • Insulation Testing Machine, The “Megger.” Evershed, 467
  • Kesnor’s Lift Controller, Congdon and Muir, 431, 432—also see Lifts
  • Lamps, “Oriflamme ” Arc, Oliver Company, 429 Lighting Sets, Heatly, Gresham Engineering Company, 428
  • Manchester Exhibition—see Exhibitions Marseilles Congress, 367
  • Measuring Instruments, Testing Sets, Ammeters, Voltmeters, Dynamometers, Recorders, Campbell’s Compensating Device, Century Pen and Century Test Sets: “E.B.L.” Test Set; Wheatstone Bridges, Transmitter, Perforator Desk, &c.; Indicators, Richards, Simplex, Young’s; Elliott Speedometer, Elliott Brothers, 454
  • Merz - Price Protective System for Electric Mains, Reyrolle, 426
  • Meters, Indicators, and Starters, Ferranti, 399 Switches, Aron Electricity Meter Co.. 456
  • Motor Panel, Motor Starter, Rotor Resistance Field Rheostats, Bray, Markham, and Reiss, 468
  • Ventilated Enclosed, Variable Speed Commutator, Brown, Boveri, 430, 431 Motors for Lifts, Economisers, and Textile Machinery ; House Lighting Sets ; 3 K.W. Steam Dynamo; Electromotors, Limited, 402
  • Magnetic Brake, Dynamos, J, P. Hall. 399, 400
  • Motor Starters, Tramway Controllers, Marples, Leach and Co., 459
  • at the Saucon Steel Works, 637, 639 Westinghouse Company, 375
  • Moving Coil Instruments with Foucault Current ; Voltmeters (Ayrton-Mather and other types); Ohmers ; Transformers ; Ground Detectors ; Switch (Earth Leakage); Telethermometer ; Nalder Brothers, 459
  • Peebles-La Cour Motor Converter, Bruce, Peebles and Co., 328, 399 (Supplement, Ocio^ ber 16a, 1908)
  • Power Supply and its Effect on the Industries of the North-East Coast, C. H. Merz, 346, 629 ; Mr. T. Westgarth’s Addendum, 397
  • Electrical Matters {continued}*.
  • Railways—sec Railways
  • Rheostats, Two Testing, Geipel, 630 R(^ary Converter, 700 K.W., Westinghouse « C.?;; (Supplenutni^ October XQth^ 1908)
  • Scbafier and Budenberg’s Exhibits at Manchester Exhibition, 348, 455
  • Vertical High-speed, Sisson,
  • Sub-station and Plant for Power and Lighting at Manchester Exhibition, 328, 398 {Supple- went, October IQtk, 1908)
  • Surface-contact System in London, 537
  • Bow-tension, Ferranti, ?yo, dyy
  • Switch Gear. Iron-clad High-tension. Revrolle. 426, 427 1 J' »
  • Isolating, with Locking Device, Reyrolle, 457
  • High-tension, Frequency Meters, Motors, Union Electric Company, 456
  • Motor Starters, Grid Resistance, Autotransformers, Shunt Regulators, Bray, Markham and Reiss, 401, 402 Tramways—see Tramways
  • Turbo-alternator, 1000-KiIowatt Curtis Steam, British Thomson-Houston, 426 (Supplemeid. October 23rd, 1908)
  • 600-Kilowatt Zoelly, Musgrave, 376 [Supplement, October ^tky 1908)
  • Wiring System, Spring Conduit, Key Engineering Company, 457, 458
  • ELECTRO-MAGNETIC Shaft Coupling, Berlin-Anhaltsche Company, 654
  •  ; (Letters),
  • Engineering, Early, Business Aspects of, H. W. Dickinson, 670
  • Education in the United States. 144,300
  • Research, Value of, 300
  • Engineers, Training of, 673, 679

Engines and Motors:

  • Agricultural Oil Motor, Marshall, 612 Jacket Water, Little’s, 455, 456
  • Engine, Alcohol, Tests of, 50 and Boiler Breakdowns, 272 Compound, Forced Lubrication, Browett, Lindley and Co.. 375 Daimler ‘‘Silent Knight” Motor Car, 534
  • Diesel Oil, Sautter, 188
  • Dolphin Two-cycle Motor Car, Two- stroke Engine Company, 536, 561
  • Drop Valve with Recke-Ruston Valve Gear, Rnston, Proctor and Co., 37 23 Brake Horse-power, and Dynamo for Lighting Set, Lancashire Dynamo Company and C. Price, 403
  • Gardner Heavy Oil Launch, 75 Horsepower, 276
  • Gas Blowing. 2000 Horse-power American-Korting at Lackawanna. De La Vergne Company, 394, 406
  • Development in the United States. 394, 406
  • for Driving Natural Gas Compressors, 4000 Horse-power, Snow Pump Works, 394, 395, 406
  • 90 Brake Horse-power, Dudbridge Ironworks, 360
  • Horizontal, 100 Horse - power, National Gas Eogine Company, 522
  • Tandem, 1200 Horse-power, Mas- chinenfabrik Augsburg-Nurn- berg, 679 (Tii-o-page Supplement^ December 1908)
  • Vertical, 800 Horse - power, Struthers and Wells, 394
  • Vertical, 150 Brake Horse-power, Westinghouse, 466
  • 750 Horse-power. Westinghouse, and Mond Gas Plant, 151 for Generating Set, Reader, 349 Governors, Aspinalfs Patent Governor Company, 38
  • Horizontal, 25 Brake Horse-power for Suction Gas, Bates. 466
  • Lentz Compound Drop Valve, Davey, Paxman and Co., 44
  • Lietzenmayer Crude Oil, 260 Mirrlees-Diesel, 150 Horse-power. Oil, 348
  • Oil and Dynamo, Allen’s, 38 Portable, with Jet Condenser. Robey. 60
  • Reciprocating, in Marine Practice, 638 Rolling Mill, 25,000 Horse-power, U.S.A., 72
  • Rotary Petrol, in United States, 652 Sargent Tandem Gas, 394 Slow-speed, Cross-compound, 40C0 Horse-power, Musgrave, 376
  • Stationary, The Lanz Locomobile, 598 Steam Winding, with Drop Valve Reversing and Overwinding Gear, Robey, 60
  • Suction Gas, 25 Brake Horse-power, Campbell, 61
  • Superheated Steam, with DoerfelValve Gear, 260
  • Traction, Aveling and Porter, 17 for Gas Works Narrow Gauge Railway, Burrell’s and Thompson’s, 538, 542 Marshall, 17
  • Triple-expansion Forced Lubrication Steam, Browett, 98
  • “Valveless” Motor Car, Lucas, 536 Winding, Twin-tandem, Compound Drop Valve, Siegener Company, 624, 625
  • “ Worcester ” High-speed, Heenan and Froude, 99
  • Engines, Haulage, at Mining Exhibition, 97 High-speed, at Manchester, Howden, 404
  • for Lighting Sets—sec Electrical Matters
  • Marine, The Mechanical Efficiency of, 505, 614
  • Oil .'ind Gas at Royal Agricultural Show, 36, 60 and Steam, at Smithfield, 612
  • Power Measurement of, 144 Reciprocating Steam, Leakage and Condensation of Steam in, 159
  • Lentz Governor, 44, 598
  • Locomobile, “Lanz,” with “Lentz” Pcppet Valve Gear, Reimers, 98
  • ENGLISH Mechanical Goods in Siberia, 242 Enock, C. R., on Water Power in the Andes, 313 Enterprise, 170 : (Letters), 201, 227, 244 Establishment Expenses and their Relation to Cost Accounts, Henry Spencer, 508, 532; (Letter), 589
  • Estimating and Rate-fixing for Fitting and Machine Shops, A. E. Ragot, 332, 357;
  • (Letter), 474
  • Evaporators, Sea-water and Feed-heaters, Andrews and Cameron, 150

Exhibitions and Shows:

  • For Articles Exhibited, see separate headings
  • Franco-British, 10, 38, 67, 84, 108, 151, 161, 188, 213, 264, 302, 313, 356, 465 {Two-page Sitpple/inenli July 1908)
  • Manchester J^ectrical, 328, 348, 374, 398, 426, 453, 465, 466 l^SvpplefmerdSy October ^tlc^ l^th, 23rd^ 1908); Correction, 474
  • Mining, 68, 97, 121,135
  • Motor Car at Olympia, 534, 561
  • Prague Jubilee, 210, 259
  • Royal Agricultural Society at Newcastle, 16, 36, 60
  • Smithfield Club, 612 “EXPERIENCE,” Model, 214 Explosions, Gaseous, Dugald Clerk on, 271, 273
  • Report of Committee on, 273
  • Explosives, Fifty Years of Propellant, Sir A. Noble, 609
  • FAN, Capell Fan Company, 121
  • “ Drum Pattern,” Andrew Barclay, 121 Mine Ventilating, Heenan and Froude, 456 “Sirocco,” Davidson, 121
  • FANS,“Heenan” and “Schiele” at Mining Es- hibition, 99
  • Propeller and “Ordnance,” Electric and Ordnance Accessories Company, 399
  • Various, at Mining Exhibition, 99, 121
  • Ventilating and Dry, Keith Pressure Blower, Electric High-pressure Blowers, Blackman Fans, Keith Illuminated Electric Fountains, Keith and Blackman, 468 Feed-Water Heater, Andrews and Cameron, 150 Feed-Water Heaters, Condensers, Calorifiers, &c.. Row’s, 58
  • Fender Chain Machinery at Avonmouth, 95 Ferro-Silicon, Transport of, 19; (Letter) 73 Ferry Steamers, Railway-car, (xerman-Swedish, 244
  • Fire Boats, Electric, in U.S.A., 178
  • Clay Exhibits, Harrison, 151
  • Escape, Petrol Motor Turntable, Merryweather, 21
  • Fitzgerald, Maurice F., and J. Brown on Experiments on Rotating Discs, 289
  • Flight, Laws of, F. W. Lanchester, 288, 303, 329: (Letter), 373
  • Flights, Cross-country, 493 Fluor Spar, 185
  • Flying Machine, Wilbur Wright, 170, 655; French Purchase of, 409: (Letters), 163, 277
  • Wright and Voisin Types, F. W. Lanchester, 655 Fester, F., on Centrifugal Force on Steam in Turbine Blading, 56
  • Foundry for Pump Castings in U.S.A., 177 Pox, F. Douglas, on Railless Traction, 289, 550 France, Labour Crisis in, 121, 169
  • Fuel Consumption, Scientific Control of, Professor H. E. Armstrong, 395
  • Furnaces—sec also Boilers
  • Furnace, Blast, Gas Plant for, U.S.A., 473
  • New Type at Brymbo Steel Works, 439
  • Dry Air in the Blast, Gayley’s Patent. 408 _
  • Electrical—see also E’ectrical Matters Oval Blast, at Middlesbrough, Samuelson, 225
  • Furnaces from 1844-1908, Bell Brothers’ Blast, Greville Jones, 346
  • at the Franco-British Exhibition. 162 Oval Blast, Professor M. A. Pavlotf, 440 Salt Bath, Brayshaw, 403, 404 Furness, Sir Christopher—see Labour Furniture, Metallic, Establie, 189
  • GAS—see also Power Supply
  • Gas Engines—see Engines
  • Engine Power Station of the Eschweiler
  • Bergswerkverein, 679 {Two-page Supple‘ Tiientf December 25^/t, 1908)
  • Heating by Dowson’s Water Gas at Peckett’s Works, 123
  • Lighting for Railways—see Railways
  • Plant, Blast Furnace, U.S.A., 473 Suction, Crossley, Manchester Exhibition, 374
  • Producer, J. E. Dowson, Paper on, 288
  • Practice Experiments, Prof. W. A. Bone and R. V. Wheeler, 395
  • Producers, Suction, P. W. Robson on, 288 Propulsion, Problem of, 407 ; (Letters), 497, 521
  • Works, Harrogate, Narrow-gauge Railway for, 538, 542
  • Gaseous Explosions, The British Association Report, 271, 273
  • Gauge, Integrating Pressure, for Ore Weighing, Schaffer and Budenberg, 348
  • Testers, Vulcan Boiler Company, 376 Gauges, Pressure Recorders, W. H. Bailey, 466 Gear, “ Caledonian ” Cut-off, Barclay, 98
  • Mine Haubge, Motor-driven, Scott and Mountain, 498
  • Gear Ratio, Unusual Internal, Arnold Pochin, 87 Reversing, for Oil Launch Comet, 276 “Visor” Overwinding, Wood, 98, 466
  • Gears, Helical, Andre Citroen, 188
  • Marine—see Ships ’
  • Gemmell, J., on Wemyss Coalfield, 241 Gmeration of Steam, 675
  • German Machinery Trade, Combinations in, 268 Germany and the New Patent Law, 68
  • Gibson, D., on Reciprocating Engine in Marine Practice, 638
  • Gibson, J. Hamilton, on Torsion Meters in Marine Work, 505
  • Girders of Queenborough Bridge—see Bridges Goelsdorf Starting Gear, Steam Receiver and ' Water-feed Arrangement, 260
  • Goss, Professor, on Engineering Education in the United States, 144, 300
  • Grain Conveying and Granary at Avonmouth— see Dock, Avonmouth
  • Plant at Avonmouth, New Conveyor Company, 95
  • Flour and Rice Machinery, 265
  • Greenhill, Sir G., on Dynamics of Rolling of a Ship, 609
  • Grinder, Simon’s Universal, 36
  • Grist Mill, Turner, 36
  • Grubb, Sir H., on Clock-driving Mechanism for Eqnatorial Telescopes, 289
  • Guns—see Accidents, Naval Matters and War Material
  • Gyroscope as Distance-giver on the Earth, and Applicability to Ships, Dr. Anschiitz-Kaempe,
  • HADFIELD’S Steel Foundry, Exhibits at Mining Exhibition, 69, 135
  • Hall, H., on Coal Dust and its Treatment with Calcium Chloride, 241
  • Hamelle’s Forced Lubrication Apparatus, 264 Hammers—see Machine Tools
  • Harbord, F. W., on Impact Testing on Notched Bars, 570, 571 602

Harbours and Waterways: See also Canals

  • Bombay, Port and Harbour Improvements at, 157
  • Bristol, Port of, 41
  • Clyde Trust Works at Yorkhill, 238
  • Deepening the Detroit River, 652
  • Dover, Extensions, 376
  • Glasgow Harbour Extensions, 238
  • London Bill, Port of. 212, 514, 618, 623
  • Mersey, Sir George Nares’ Report, 296
  • Swansea, King’s Dock at, 341 (Supplement Qctob&r 2>id, 1908)
  • Tyne Improvement Commission, 151
  • Whitby Harbour Improvement Works, 240, 246
  • HARDY Patent Pick Company’s Tools at Mining
  • Exhibition, 122, 135
  • Harrison, A., and R, V. Wheeler on Chemical Control of the Basic Open-hearth Process, 396
  • Hawdon, W., on Iron and Steel Industries of the Cleveland District, 345
  • Heat, New Views on, Foster, 418
  • and Work, Dugald Clerk’s Presidential Address, 253, 279, 354
  • Heating by Dowson Water Gas at Peckett’s Works, 123
  • and Ventilating of Machine Shops, Davidson’s System, 414
  • Hill, H. A., on Wells and Boreholes for Town Water Supply, 16
  • Hoist, Coal, on the Tyne, Abbott, 177
  • Holman’s “Winze,” 98
  • for Montana Gold Mine, Electric, 126
  • Hoisting Plant with Oil Engine, Wilfley Mining
  • Machinery Co., Limited, 97
  • Holden and Brooke’s Exhibits at Mining Exhibition, 136
  • Hughes, George, on the Ideal Engineer, 515
  • Humpage on “ Evolution and Methods of Manufacture of Spur Gearing,” 138
  • Humpage’s Gear Hobbing Machine with Change Speed Gear, 139
  • Hunt, R. W. 5 on the Value of Engineering Research, 300
  • Hurry Riches’ and Reynolds’ Paper, “Forced Lubrication for Axle-boxes,” 114
  • Hutchinson, T. C., on Mechanical Cleaning of Iron Ores, 345
  • Hydro-electric Plant in British Columbia, 481, 490
  • Hygienic Measures at Panama, 134 Regulations, Brass Castings, 145
  • IMPACT, Hadfield’s Steel Cap of Shot before and after, 571
  • Resistance of Materials to. Dr. Stanton and Mr. L. Bairstow, 570, 571, 575; (Letter), 589
  • Testing on Notiihed Bars, F. W. Harbord, 570, 571, 602 Machine, 572, 575
  • Indicating Instruments, Ferranti, 399
  • Indicator, Steam or Hydraulic Pressure, Schaffer and Budenberg, 455
  • Indicators, Richards, Simplex, Young, Elliott Brothers, 454
  • —see also Electrical Matters
  • Industrial Accidents in the United States, 648
  • Arbitration in New Zealand, 42, 222 Dust and Disease, 239
  • Matters, Accidents, &c.. Peace—see Labour
  • Inglis, J. C., Presidential Address, 495 Institutions—see Associations, &c.
  • Instruments, Drawing, Thornton, 162
  • Engineering, Drawing, &c., Stanley, 214
  • Internal Combustion—see Engines

Iron and Steel:

  • Basic Open-hearth Process, Chemical Control of, R. V. Wheeler, and A. Harrison, 396
  • Bethlehem Steel Works, 529, 590, 594, 635, 639 Carbon Steels, Constitution of, Prof. E. D.
  • Campbell, 397
  • Cast Iron Piping at the ’^'•““=°-®"Vournea*ux’ tion, Socigt6 Anonyms des Hants Fourneaux, Cleveland District Iron and Steel Industries, Freezing Point of Iron, Prof. Carpenter, 397 Iron Ores, Mechanical Cleaning of, i. Hutchinson, 345 „
  • Sheets, Electrolytic Production of, to- Cowper-Coles, 372 .
  • and Steel Association’s Report, American, 333 --
  • Trade, Production and Wages, ovi Trade Revival, 197 Manganese Steel Rails, 544 . , ...
  • Pig Iron Shown at the Franco-Britibh tion. Analyses of, Bauerman, 34o Upheaval, Threatened, 327
  • Silicon, Influence of, on the Physical and Chemical Properties of Iron, A, Jouve, 397 Steel Castings, 649
  • Chrome or Nickel j Brinell Test, 346 , in the Electric Furnace, Desulphurisation of, Geilenkirchen, 249
  • Frames for Mine Drifts in U.S.A-, 178 German Syndicate, 195
  • Hardening and Tempering Appliance?, Brayshaw, 403
  • High-speed Tool, Professor Carpenter, 588; (Letters), 616, 653
  • Plant at Gary, Indiana, 540 Pla'es, Colville, 38 Production of, 300 Rail, Test for, E. H. Saniter, 346 Special, 488
  • Sheet Piling, U.S.A., 473
  • Testing—see Impact Works, Lifting Magnets for, 228 Suspension Railways in Ironworks, 642
  • IRRIGATION in South Africa, Report of Commission, 301
  • in South-Eastern Australia, 504
  • JAMES, William, and the History of Railways, R. S. Ramsdale, 162; (Letters), 201
  • Joints, Ball-and-Socket, 520
  • Jones, Grevilie, on Messrs. Bell Brothers’ Blast Furnaces from 1844-1908, 346
  • Jouve, A., on the Influence of Silicon on the Physical and Chemical Properties of Iron, 397
  • KILN, Morgan’s Rotary Cement, 22
  • King, C. R., on Work of Superheater and Compound Locomotives, 662
  • Koettgen, C., and C. A. Ablett on Some Results of Experience with Electrically-driven Rolling Mills, 371
  • Krizik Electrical Steering Gear, 259


Labour News, Strikes and Wages Questions

  • Court, Board of Trade, 301,
  • Beard of Trade Arbitration Court, 301, 308, 438 Report on Strikes and Lockouts, 347
  • Report on Wages and Hours, 292
  • Brass Casting Regulations, 145
  • Canadian Wages, 10
  • Capital and Labour, 120
  • Co-partnership and Unemployment, Sir Benjamin C. Browne, 585, 595—see Furness, Sir C.
  • Disputes, 301, 308
  • Engineers’ Strike, 201, 273, 325
  • Furness’s Scheme, Sir Christopher, 379, 385, 595 ; (Letters), 413, 616
  • Industrial Arbitration in New Zealand, 42, 222
  • Industrial Peace—see Sir Christopher Furness’s Scheme
  • Iron Trade, Production and Wages, 601 Labour Crisis in France, 121, 169
  • Economics and the Engineer, Summers Hunter, 524
  • Exchanges, Government, 570 Representation in Parliament, 596 Statistics, 647
  • Storage, 463
  • The Investment of, 622
  • Miners, Average Output of, 13
  • Mines Eight Hours Bill, 569
  • Railway Coal Bills and Wages, 196
  • Rates of Wages and Hours of Labour, Changes in, Board of Trade Report, 292
  • Strikes and Lock-outs, Board of Trade Report, 347
  • Third Party, The, 248, 301, 308
  • Wages Boards and Industrial Arbitration in Australia and New Zealand, 93 Reduction, Proposed, 623
  • Tariff Agreements in the Shipbuilding Trade, Hochstetter, 635
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, County-court Judge on, 544
  • LAMPS, Safety, and Relighting Appliances at Mining Exhibition, 136
  • —see also Electrical Matters
  • Tungsten and Carbon, Sunbeam Lamp Company, 468
  • Lanchester, F. W., on the Laws of Flight, 288, 303, 329; (Letter), 373
  • on Wright and Voisin Types of Flying Machine, 655 Lathes—see Machine Tools

Launches and Trial Trips:

  • 76, 152, 178, 206, 256, 310, 364, 388, 497, 526, 578, 601, 627, 680
  • LAUNDRY Machinery, Summerscales. 38
  • Law of Support, 64

Leaders:

  • America and the New Patent Law,^247
  • American Railway Management, 42 American Warsh^
  • Arbitration (the Third Party), -248^1 Atlantic Liners, Construction of, 380 Bessemer Converter, Dry Aw in the. 120 Blackwell’s Island Bndge, 593
  • Blast Furnace, Dry Air in the, 408 •Rnard of Trade Arbitration Court, 3U1 BoUer Explosions, Board of Trade Report, 491
  • Explosions, Two, 43
  • Bristol, The Port of, 41 .
  • British Association and Gaseous Explosions, 271 Capital and Labour, 1^
  • Coal Miners, Average Output of, 13 Prices in London, 674
  • Coaling and Coal E-Jonomy, 353
  • Condensers, 14
  • Manne, 648
  • Co-rosion, Professor Cashman’s Theory, 409 Cylinder Condensation, 491 .
  • Dockyard and Private Shipyard Repaj^re, 51b Drv Air in the Bessemer Converter, 120
  • Blast Furnace, 408
  • Electrical Lighting Powers, 94, 492 Sundards, 436
  • Tramways in Greater London, b7
  • Engine and Boiler Breakdowns, ^‘2 Engineer, Legal and Ethical Position of an, 169 Engineers, Training of, 673
  • in the United States Navy, 648 Engineering Education in the United States, 144
  • Research, 300 Engineers’ Strike, 273, 325
  • Engines, Power Measurement of, 144
  • Enterprise, 170 Franco-British Awards, 465
  • French Labour Problem, 121, 169 Marine, Accidents in the, 435
  • Furness, Sir Christopher, Labour Scheme, 379, 595
  • Gas Propulsion. Problem of, 407 German Steel Syndicate, 195 Germany and the New Patent Law, 68 H.M.S. Gladiator, 381
  • Indomitable, 145 St. Vincent, 273 Heat and Work, 354 Ideal Engineer, The, 515 Impact Tests, 570 Industrial Accidents in the United States, 6-49 Arbitration in New Z2aland, 42, 222 Inland Navigation in America, 437 Institution, A New, 516 I con Trade Revival, 197 Labour Crisis in France, 121, 169
  • Exchanges, Government, 570 Representation in Parliament, 596 Statistics, 647
  • Storage, 463 The Investment of, 622
  • Latouche-Treville, Gun Accident on, 355 Man and his Work—xec Furness, Sir C. Manchester Electrical Exhibition, 465 Manganese Steel Rails, 544
  • Marine Condensers—^ee Condensers Engineering, Comprehensive Research, 543
  • Mines Eight Hours Bill, 569
  • Monster Battleship Controversy, 143
  • Motor Car Race, The Grand Prix, 42 Naval Shipbuilding Policy, 67
  • New Zealand, Industrial Arbitration in, 42, 222
  • Ordeal by Battle—see Engineers’ Strike Patent Law, America and the New, 247 Patents, Compulsory Working of, 437 Prolongation of, 196
  • Peat, Utilisation of, 299
  • Pig Iron Upheaval, Threatened, 327
  • Port of London Bill, 544 and Private Bill Legislation, 623
  • Quebec Bridge, 221
  • Railway Agreement, 195 Agreements, Legality of, 649 Birth of the, 621
  • Coal Bills and Wf^es, 196 Working Economies, 464
  • Riilways, French, Nationalisation of, 13 Rattler, H.M. Gunboat, Gas-propelled, 407 Sea-going Ships, Electric Propulsion of, 95 Sewage Disposal, Royal Commission on, 325 Shipbuilding, The Limitation of, 674
  • Socialist Fallacy, 517
  • St-eam, Generation of, 675 Steel Castings, 649
  • Production of, 300
  • Tariff Revision in the United States, 622
  • Third Party, The, 248
  • Tin, Our Future Supplies, 222 Torpedo-boat Destroyers, The New, 326 Turbines and Propellers, Mr. Denny’s residential Address, 379. 408
  • United States Tariff, Revision of the, 248 Wages Boards and Industrial Arbitration in Australia and New Zealand, 93 Reduction, Proposed, 623
  • Warship Accidents, 381 Repairs and the Thames, 272
  • Warships of the Air, 94
  • Water Hammer, 354, 436 Workmen’s Compensation Act,
  • Judge on, 544 LEAKAGE and Condensation of oiprocating Steam Engines, 159 Leather, Belts, Pumps, Pulleys Domange, 162

Letters from our own Correspondents:

  • America, Notes from, 24, 78, 104.128,154,180, 282, 256, 310, 336, 364. 390, 418, 447, 476, 527, 554, 577, 606, 632, 658
  • Australian Notes, 102, 204, 498, 581
  • England, North of, 23, 51, 77, 103, 127, 153, 179. 205, 231, 255, 281, 309, 335, 363, 389, 417, 445, 475, 499, 525, 553, 579, 605, 631, 657, 681
  • Germany, Notes from, 24, 52, 78,104, 128, 154,
  • 180, 206. 232, 256, 282, 310, 336, 364, 390, 418, 447, 476, 501, 527, 555, 577, 607, 633, 659, 682
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton and other Districts, 22, 50. 76, 102, 126, 162, 178, 204, 230, 254, 280, 308, 334, 362, 388, 416, 444, 474, 499, 524, 552, 579, 605, 631, 656, 680
  • Lancashire, Notes from, 22, 50, 76, 102, 127, 152, 178, 204, 230, 254, 280, 308, 334, 362, 388, 416, 444, 474, 499, 524, 552, 579, 605, 631, 656, 680
  • Scotland, Notes from, 23, 51, 77, 103, 128, 153, 179, 205, 231, 255, 282, 309, 335, 363, 389, 417, 446, 475, 500, 526, 553, 580, 606, 632, 658, 682
  • Sheffield District, 23, 51, 77, 103, 127,153,179, 205. 231, 255, 281, 308, 334, 363, 388, 416, 445, 475, 499, 525, 553, 579, 605,631, 657, 681 Wales and Adjoining Counties, 24, 52, 78, 104, 128, 154, 180, 206, 232, 256, 282, 809, 335, 364, 390, 417, 445, 476, 500, 526, 554, 580, 606, 632, 658, 682

Letters to the Editor:

  • Air Resistance, M. E. J. Gheury, 19, 125 ; A. W. Johns. 73
  • Airships, Propellers for, E. V. Hammond, 163, 277, 473 ; H. Chatley, 373
  • Boiler Explosions, Michael Longridge, 521
  • British Enterprise, R., 201, 244; Kreu*zkopf, 244; Inventor, 201; M.I.M., 227 ; N.Y.T., 244
  • Chicago and Mississippi Canal, Proposed but Imaginary, Engineer, 373
  • Concrete, Tin Pot, and Wood Blocking, Colonial Engineer, 244, 331; Member Institution of Civil Engineers, 277
  • Co-operation in Shipbuilding, Naupegus, 616
  • Correction, A (Midland Railway Staff at Leicester), Clement B. Stretton, 497
  • Corrosion, Allerton S. Cushman, 566 ; American Rolling Mill Company, 653
  • Cost Estimating and Rate Fixing, G. Bilham, 47 4
  • Couplers, Automatic, A. V. Roe, 244 ; A. B. C. Coupler, Limited, 305
  • Cylinder Condensation, Argus, 18 ; W. H. Booth, 48, 99, 226; R. Royds, 19, 48, 73, 149, 201 ; S. W., 19, 48, 73, 163, 226; F. B. Aspinall, 48, 125, 227 ; J. K. Rebbeck, 201 ; H. Bollinckx, 496
  • Dustin Coal, F. G. Fryer, 244
  • Electrical Accumulators, J. G. Rhodin, 124
  • Engineering Profession, Status of, G. A. Becks, 99 ; Engineering Status, 149
  • Establishment Expenses and their Relation to Cost Accounts, A. Williams Price, 589
  • Expenditure of Ratepayers’ Money on Engineering Works, M. Inst. C.B., 521
  • Feed-water Heaters, A. R., 99, 163 ; W. 0 Horsnaill, 149
  • Ferro-Silicon, Transport of, P. P. Cantlin, 73
  • Field, The late Mr. Edward, Merry weather and Sons, 589
  • Fourth State of Matter, Carlyn, 331
  • Free Factory Site of Two Acres, W. H, Hosking, 653
  • French Compound, A New, R. Hope, 521 Destroyers, Recent, Augustin Normand, 277
  • Gunnery in the French Navy, X., 549
  • Hammers, Power Air, Fuel Cost of, T. Scott- King, 72 ; B. and S. Massey, 373, 413 ; W. Rea veil, 440, 549 ; Mitchell and Dewar, 497
  • Lampeter, Aberavon and New Quay Light Railway, S. W. and A. L. Yockney, 497
  • Locomotive Nomenclature, Locomotive, 331
  • Locomotives, Four-cylinder Noncompound, G. W. Dauncey, 61o, 669 ; Argus, 653
  • London and North-Western Diamond, X., 669 Machinery, Depreciation of, C. Pendlebury, 616, 669 ; A. Williams Price, 653
  • Marking of Machinery for Shipment, Merchant, 125 ; Experience, 149
  • Mechanical Flight, E. V. Hammend, 163, 277 ; H. Chatley, 373
  • Newcomen and Watt, the World’s Peacemakers, O. D. Deacon, 359
  • Oil Fuel, British Petroleum Company, 566
  • Patents Acts, The New, J. Keith, 227
  • Peat, Sulphate of Ammonia from, N. Woltereck, 331
  • Utilisation of, T. Tomlinson, 305 ?
  • Professional Etiquette, Geo. A. Becks, 99 ;
  • Engineering Status, 149
  • Profit-sharing, C. Carpenter, 413
  • Propellers, Marine and Aerial, Motorite, 331 ; John Neill, 359
  • Propulsion, Gas, The Problem of, N. P, Durt- nall, 497 ; Herbert F, Lloyd, 521
  • A Problem in, Student, 125 ; W. R. Sinclair, 163
  • Railway Lines, Reconstruction of, Duplex, 549 ; 0. Coore-Mein, 566 ; Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 616
  • Ribbed Cylinders, Druitt Halpin, 549
  • Rolling Rings, A Puzzle, Bothered, 653; Arnold Maude, 669 ; Geo, M. Seabroke, 669 ; G, P. Fell, 669 ; Duplex, 669
  • Salvage Ships—see Vulcan
  • Sawdust, Utilisation of, X. Y. Z., 359
  • Spanish Navy, J. R. B., 277
  • Steel, High-speed Tool, Ernest R. Morrison, 616 ; Fusion-welded Metals, Limited, 653
  • Stone Blocks on Railways, Clement E. Stretton, 653
  • Superheater, History of the, Pro Pielock, Eberhardt, 73
  • Locomotives, London and North- Western, Argus, 653
  • Tank Engines on Curves, Loco., 48, 99, 227 ;
  • J., 73, 125, 163, 227, 305; Shunter, 244; Arcanum, 149, 201, 244 ; Tank Engine, 201, 277
  • Tanks, Experimental, R. W. Munro, z3
  • Taximeter, An Early, G. H. S. Beamish, 440 ; J. H. Knight, 474; John Place, 497; R B P 521
  • Tests, Impact, Value of, T, E. Stanton, 589
  • Train, First Passenger, Centenary, R. B, P,, 331
  • Training of Founders, A.M. Inst. C.E., 19;
  • F. A. L., 72, 226; F. G. Penny, 149, 277
  • Turbines and Propellers, J. P. Anderson, 496
  • Turkish Railway Development, Henry Cooke, 549
  • Vulkan, Dock Ship, Druitt Halpin, 521; Von Klitzing, 589
  • Walschaerts Valve Gear, Valve Gear, 227; L. H. G. Dines, 331
  • Warships of the Air, A. V. Roe, 149
  • Water Board Charges, Metropolitan, Machinery Usero’ Association, 306
  • Hammer, Glass Model Experiments, C. E. Stromeyer, 413, 521 ; Aguas Corrientes, 473, 520; Q , 440, 589 ; X. N., 497 ; Prior Lien, 440 ; H. Munro, 473; R. J. Cracknell, 497 ; W. Akhurst, 549, 615 ; J. S. V. Bickford, 566. 615; N. Chandler. 497; A. H., 616 ; Stephen H. Terry, 566
  • William James and the History of Railways, W. B. Paley. 201; R. B. P., 201
  • Wright Aeroplane—see Airships
  • LIFT, Anderton Boat, Reconstruction, 82, 92 (Two-page Supplement, 1908)
  • Operating and Controlling Apparatus, Motor-driven, Congdon and Muir, 431, 432
  • Lighthouse Apparatus and Models at the Franco- British Exhibition, 356
  • Quadruple Flashing Dioptric, Chance, 356 Lighthouses at Avonmouth, 33, 40 Lighting, Railway Carriages—see Railways Lilly, W. E., on Strength of Solid Round-ended Columns, 289
  • Links, Curved, Milling Machine for, Herbert, 278 Liquid Fuel Burners, Cosmovici, Dragu, 667

Literature: Reviews:

  • Aerodonetics, F. W. Lanchester, 328, 649 Alloys, Non-ferrous, A. H. Sexton, 356, 558 Bridges, Typical Steel Railway, Design of, W, Chase Thomson, 517
  • Cement Works, Chemists* Handbook for, F. B. Gatehouse, 382, 517
  • Collieries, Mechanical Engineering of, T, C. Futers, 597
  • Cranes, Anton Bobtcher, 355
  • Dynamo-Electric Machinery, High speed, H. M. Hobart, 623
  • Evolution of Forces. Le Bon, 171, 197
  • Gas Power, Junge, 81
  • Hydraulics, F. C. Lea, 465 ,
  • Hydro-Electric Practice, H. A. Von Schon, 328, 667
  • Metallic Alloys, G. H. Gulliver, 597, 636
  • Railways and Nationalisation, E. A. Pratt, 355, 666
  • Railway Operation, Economics of, M, L. Byers, 223, 327
  • Signalliog, Power Railway, Raynor Wilson, 355, 697
  • Steam Engine, The Modern, J. Richardson, 223, 249
  • Structural Engineering, Brightraore, 81
  • Study of Splashes, Worthington, 81

Literature: Short Notices:

  • Alternating Currents, Principles of, G, T. Larner, 302
  • American Machinist Handbook, F, H. Colvin and T. A. Stanley, 650
  • Analyses of Mixed Paints, Colour Pigments, and Varnishes, C. D. Holley and E. F. Lidd, 69
  • Architects’ and Builders’ Pocket-Book, F. E. Kidder, 198
  • Battle’s Drawing Folio, A. E. Battle, 172 Birmingham, Elan Water Supply for, 558 Boiler Construction, Kleinhaus, 81
  • Brickwork and Masonry, C. F. and G. A. Mitchell, 172
  • British Trade Book, J. H. Schooling, 198
  • Building Mechanic’s Ready Rsference, H. G. Richey, 302
  • Calculus, The, for Engineers and Physicists, R. H. Smith, 198
  • Card Systems at the Office, J. Kaiser, 223
  • Cast It on Spigot and Socket Flue or Smoke Pipes, British Standard Specification, 465
  • Cement Laboratory Manual, L. A. Waterbury, 666
  • City of London Directory for 1908, Collingridge, 82
  • Coast Erosion and Foreshore Protection, Owens, 198
  • Concrete Diagrams, Reinforced, G. S. Coleman, 302
  • Its Uses in Building from Foundation to Fiuibh, T. Potter, 223
  • Copper Tubes, Tables of Seamless, Isaac O’Toole, 302
  • Curves, Tables for Setting Out, H. Williamson, 198
  • Diseases of Workmen, T. Luson and R. Hyde, 198
  • Drainage, Cast Iron House, G. J. Jensen, 198 Dynamo Design, Elementary, W. B. Hird, 650 Dynamo Motor and Switchboard Circuits, W. R. Bowker, 597
  • Dynamos, Management of, G. W. Lnmmis- Paterson, 302
  • Electric and Petrol-Electric Vehicles, W. P. Adams, 666
  • Electrical Directory, The Universal, Berlays, 172
  • Engineering, Experimental, Kara- petcff, 82
  • Introduction to the Studyof, Norris, 172 Laboratory and Factory Tests in, G. F, Sever and F, Townsend, 223
  • Principles of Direct Current, J, R. Barr, 172
  • Engineers’ Pocket-book, H. A. Foster, 302
  • Measuring Instruments, Industrial, K. Edgcumbe. 198
  • Pocket-book for 1909, The MecKanieal World, 597
  • Testing, Handbook of, H, R. Kempe, 302
  • Electi'ician Electrical Trades Directory, 1908, George Tucker, 69
  • Expense Burden, Prcpjr Distribution of, A. H. Church, 666
  • Experimental Elastic’.ty, G. F. C. Searle, 328
  • Exporters and Shippers, Consular Requirements for, J. S. Nowery, 198
  • Furnaces, Electric, W. Borchers, 355
  • Gas Engine, The, Hulton, 82; Manual, W. A. Tookey, 198 Producer Practice, Modern Power, Horace Allen, 355
  • Geological Survey of Great Britain for 1907, Stanford, 198
  • HazelVs Annual, 1909, 666
  • Heat for Engineers, C. R. Darling, 650 Heating and Ventilation, Practical Steam and Hot Water, A. G. King, 198
  • Highway Engineering, C. E. Morrison, 650 Hydraulic Calculator for Circular Pipes, Wynne-Roberta, 198
  • Junior Institution of Engineers (Incorporated), Journal and Transactions, W, T. Dunn, 69 Kelly’s Directory of Merchants, Manufacturers, and Shippers, 1908, 172
  • King’s Highway, The, Reginald Ryves,,465 Locomotives, Application of Highly Superheated Steam to, R. Garbe, 223
  • Machine Design, Construction, and Drawing, H. J. Spooner, 172
  • Magnetism and Electricity, Richardson, 172 Marine Propellers, S. W. Barnaby, 328 Mathematics for Engineers, Handbook of,
  • L. A. Waterbury, 198
  • Mechanical Engineering and Machine Shop Practice, Stanley W. Moore, 328 Engineer’s Reference Book, H. H. Suplee, 198
  • Mechanics, Cassell’s Cyclopaedia of, Paul N. Hasluck, 666
  • Me ico, Official Mining Directory, Southworth, 198
  • Mining Engineers, Report Book for, Charleton, 121
  • Motoring Annual and Motorist’s Year-book for 1908, N. B. and G. Kenealy, 198
  • Naval Pocket-botk, Laird Clowes, 198
  • Power and Power Transmission, Kerr, 172 Practical Engineering and Allied Trades, Encyclopa3dia of, J. G. Horner, 198
  • Q lebec Bridge Inquiry, Royal Commission, S.
  • E. Dawson, 302
  • Railway Officials, Universal Directory of, 1908, S. R. Blondstone, 223
  • Sarveying, Handbook on, B. Stewart, 198
  • Railroad Track and Construction, Elements of, Winter L. Wilson, 666
  • Rates and Fares, Fixing of, H. Marriott, 558 Reinforced Concrete and Concrete Block Construction, Manual of, C. F. March and W. Dunn, 172
  • Road Preservation and Dust Prevention, W. P. Judson, 650
  • Roads Maae Easy, Vol, III., C. Johnson, 172 Schiffskessel, W. Mentz, 465
  • Sell’s Dictionary of the World’s Press, 1908, W. Sell, 302
  • Sewage Treatment, Principles of, Dr. Dunbar, 666
  • Shipbuilding, Practical, A. C, Holmes, 197 Steam Power Plant Engineering, G. F. Gebhardt, 650
  • Steel Ships, their Construction and Maintenance, T. Walton, 666
  • Strength of Materials, A. Morley, 666
  • Structures, The Theory and Design of, E. S. Andrews, 597
  • Subways, Air and Ventilation of, G. A. Soper, 302
  • Surveying, Principles and Practice of, C, B. Breed and G. L. Hosmer, 650
  • Telegraphic Systems and other Notes, Crotch, 172
  • Telephones, Field,7or Army Use, E. J, Stevens, 355
  • Timber, J. R. Baterden, 666
  • Transformers, Gisbert Kapp, 597
  • Trees of Commerce, Stevenson, 198 Valves and Valve Gearing, Hurst, 172
  • Ventilation of Public Sewers, J. S. Brodie, 328 Water Power, Development and Electrical Distribution of, Lamar Lyndon, 172
  • Weights of Lengths of Rolled Steel Sections, Dorman, Long, 198 and Measurers, James Roberts, 465

Literature: Books Received:

  • Alternating Currents Simply Explained, A. W. Marshall, 650
  • Annales des Travaux Publics de Belgique, 1908, Goemaere, 140
  • Annuaire pour I’An 1909, 650
  • Armstrong College Calendar, 1908-9, 382
  • Bau der Etsenbahnwagen, Guillery, 140 Beton-Arm€, La Construction en, C. Kerston, 198
  • Boiler Construction, Principles and Practice of, W. D. Cruickshank, 597
  • Bristol University College Calendar, 302
  • British Rainfall, 1907, H. R. Mill, 382
  • Business Prospects Year-book, 1909, J. Davies and C. P, Hailey, 650
  • Canada, Atlas of, James White, 558
  • Care of the Car and How to Drive it, Lord Montagu of Beaulieu and R. J. Mecredy, 650 City Diary, 1909, 650
  • Coal Mining, D. Burns and G. L. Kerr, 355 Modern Practice of, D. Burns and
  • G. L. Kerr, 650
  • Cold, Mechanical Production of, J. A, Ewing, 558
  • Columbia University Bulletin, 198
  • Daily Mail Year-book for 1909, 650
  • Deutscher Schiffbau, 1908, Professor 0. Flamm, 328
  • East Coast Holidays, Lindley, 140
  • Education, Board of: Syllabuses and Apparatus, 302
  • Einfiihrung in die Maxwellsche Theoiie der Elektrizitat und des Magnetis- mus, Schaefer, 140
  • in die Theorie des Magnetismus, Gans, 140
  • Electric Bells and all about Them, Bottone, 140 Lighting and Power Distribution, W. P. Maycock, 198
  • Electrical Laboratory Course, R. D. Archibald, 597
  • Elektromagnetische Ausgl eichs vorg ange in Freileitungen und Kabeln, Wagner, 140
  • Emerald Isle and How to Get There, London and North-Western Railway, 140
  • Encyclopaedia of Local Government Board Requirements, Wood and Johnson, 140
  • Encyclopsedia of Practical Engineering and Allied Trades, Homes, 140
  • Flottes de Combat en 1909, Les, Commandant de Balincourt, 650
  • Geological Survey, Memoirs: Coals of S. Wales, Strahan, 140
  • Geometry, Descriptive, The Essentials of, G.
  • H. Follows, 650
  • Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College Calendar, 1908-9, 223
  • Grace’s Tables for Corves, 140 Heating Pipes, Specifications, 382
  • or Steam Heating for Buildings, Baldwin, 140
  • H use Painting, A. H. Sabin, 223 Hydraulics, Dunkerley, 140
  • of Rivers, Weirs and Sluices, D. A. Molitor, 198
  • Institution of Naval Architects, 1908, Transactions, 382
  • Inventions, How to Protect, Sell, and Buy Them, F. B. Wright, 198
  • Ireland, “Contour” Road-book, Harry R. G. Inglis, 328
  • Iron and Steel Institute, Journal of, Bennett H. Brough, 302
  • Lathe Design for High and Low-speed Steels. J. T. Nicolfeon, 328
  • Locomotive Engine Running and Management, Angus Sinclair, 140
  • The Railway, Vaughan Pendred.
  • 382
  • Locomotives Vapeur, J. Nadal, 223 Logarithms, A. B. C. Five Figure, C. J. Woodward, 558
  • for Beginners, C. N. Pickworth, 328
  • and Trigonometry for Engineers and Surveyors, E. R. Matthews and T. G. H. Thomas, 198 London University Guide, 558
  • Machine Drawing and Design for Beginners, Henry J. Spooner, 650
  • Manufacturers on the North-Eastern Railway System, Directory of, H, D. Dryden, 650
  • Marine Engineering, Tompkins, 140
  • Engineers, Verbal Notes and Sketches for, J. W, Sothern, 328
  • Massing of Spheres, Part I., G. J. Stevens, 382 Mathematik Naturwissenschaften Technik, Teubner, 140
  • Matriculation Directory, University Correspondence College, 140
  • Mechanics of Engineering, Irving P. Church, 302 ’
  • Metal Working, Part I., P. N. Hasluck, 382 Miner’s Pocket-book, C. G. Warnford-Lcck, 302 Mining and Metallurgy, Who’s Who, 1908, G.
  • Safford, 382
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Catalogue of Library, B. Anderson and J. Walton, 302
  • Patent, Letters, for Inventions, Critical Study of the Form of, Rushen, 198
  • Patent-office Library, Subject List of Works, 382
  • Patents, Annual Report of the Commissioners of, for the Year 1906, 223
  • Physics, General, Elementary Text book. H. Crew, 198
  • Plating and Boilermaking, J, G. Horner, 198 Portland - Zement Fabrication, Die, Carl Thomas, 650
  • Praktische Gestunskunde, Rinne, 140
  • Prices of General Commodities in England, The Course of Average, A. Sauerbeck, 355
  • Railway Accounts, A Digest of. A, C. Anderson, 650
  • Bridges, Design of Typical Steel, W, C. Thomson, 223
  • Officials, 1908, Universal Directory of, S. R. Blundstone, 198
  • Track and Track Work, E, E. R. Tratman, 382
  • Refrigeration, J. Wemyss Anderson, 558 Rhodesia Chamber of Mmes, Report, 328 Riga, Port of, Pabst, 140
  • Ships, The Design and Construction of, J, H. Biles, 650
  • Slide Rule, C. N. Pickworth, 328
  • Society of Engineers, Transactions for 140
  • South Africa, The Guide to, A. S. and Brown, 650
  • Steam Power Plants, The Mechanical neering of, F. R. Hutton, 650


  • MACHINE Shops, Estimating and Rate-fixing, A. E. Ragot, 332,357; (Letter),474 Heating and Ventilating, Davidson’s System, 414

Machine Tools:

  • Automatic Machine, Four-spindle, Bar Chuck, H. W. Ward and Co., 429
  • Bending Machine, “Kennedy,” 214
  • Drill, Rice High-speed Sensitive, Burton, Griffiths, 427
  • Drilling, Boring, and Tapping Machine, G. Wilkinson, 630
  • Machine, Connecting-rod, Tangyea, 224
  • Drilling Machine, Radial, Vertical, W. Asquith, 403 {Supplefnientf October 16zA, 1908)
  • Radial Pipe Flange, Howard Pneumatic Engineering Company, 387
  • “ Selson ” Radial, 302
  • Small Radial, W. D. McKendrick and Co., 470
  • Vertical, Cunliffe, 466 Machines, Three New, D. and J. Tullis, 523
  • Drills, Twist, Design of, A. T. Weston, 289 Drop Stamp, 3-Cwt., B. and S. Massey, 376 Estimating and Rate-fixing for Fitting and Machine Shops, Ragot, 332, 357
  • Gear Hobbing Machine, Wallwork, ^(^^(Supple^ 'tnenti October 16iA, 1908)
  • Grinder, Ring and Surface, Churchill Company, 466
  • Grinding Machines, Luke and Spencer, 428 Hammer, Ajax Spring, Breitfeld Danek Company, 259
  • Hand-operated Sledge, Ricbourg,
  • 3-Cwt. Pneumatic Motor-driven, B. and S. Massey, 375, 376
  • Steam, Early Nasmyth-Wilson, 291 Large Tools at Harland and Wolff’s Southampton Works, 61
  • Lathe, Centre High-speed, Redman, 467 Railway Wheel, Hetherington, 550 7ft. Locomotive Wheel, Beyer, Peacock, 600; (Note), 677
  • Sliding, Surfacing and Screw-cutting, Chouanard, 265
  • Surfacing and Sliding, Shanks, 62 Quadruple-geared Shafting, Shanks, 62 Turret, 21in. Hartness, Dean, Smith and Grace, 442
  • with Two Lead Screws, Selig. 302 Machine Tools at the Franco-British Exhibition, 302
  • Machine for Registering the Work of, 642
  • at Manchester Exhibition, 403, 427 (Siipplenientj October XQth^ 1908 ; Supplernenti October' '2^rd, 1908)
  • Motor-driven, at Manchester, A. Herbert, 404 (Supplement^ October 16iA, 1908)
  • at Manchester, Pollock and Macnab, 466
  • Milling Machine for Curved Links, Herbert, 278
  • Horizontal, Herbert, 404 (Supplement^ October 16^A, 190B)
  • Milwaukee ” Universal, Burton, Griffiths, 427 (Sup- plement^ October 1908) Planer, High-speed, Redman, 467
  • Planing Machine, Bevel Gear, “Sunderland,” Churchill Company, 466
  • Large, Motor-driven, Bate- I man’s Machine Tool Com- I pany, 431
  • Machines at Southampton, Buckton, 62 Plate-bending Rolls, Binnie, 62
  • Punching and Shearing Machines, Cameron, 62 Saw. 54in. Hot, at Saucon Steel Works, 637, 639
  • Saws, Panhard and Levassor, 313 Shaping Machine, Selig’s, 302
  • Slotting Machine, 6in., Motor-driven, J. Stirk, 427 (Supplement, October ^Zrd, 1908)
  • Surfacing and Boring Machine, Kearns, 349 Turning and Boring Mill, Vertical, Conliffe and
  • Croom, 466
  • MACHINERY Trade, German, Combinations in the, 268
  • Madras Station—see South Indian Railway Magnets, Lifting, for Steel Works, Cutler-Hammer, 228
  • Manganese Steel Rails, 544 Manhole Doors, Rolled Steel Forge Company, 84 Manure Distributor at Prague, 212
  • Wallace, 16, 37
  • Marine Drive at Scarborough, 148 Engineering, Comprehensive Research in, 543
  • Marks, Professor L. S., on the Power Measurement of Engines, 144
  • Marseilles Congress—see Electrical Matters

Measuring Instruments:

  • See also Gauges, Electrical Matters, and Testing Machines,
  • Depthometer, Murphy, 349 Galvanometer, Rittmeyer’s, 349
  • Hopkinson Meter onH.M.S, Tartar, 505 Indicator, Thompson, 349
  • Indicator, Wil ner Outside Spring, 349 Measuring Apparatus for Condensation Water,
  • Lancaster and Tonge, 578 Instruments, Elliott Brothers, 454
  • Gauges, Recorders, Wright, 404
  • Nalder, 459
  • Meters, for Torsion Meters in Marine Work— see Ships.
  • Recorder, Dey Time, 404
  • Voltmeter, Thermometer and Pyrometer, Bristol Company, 428
  • Water Recorder, Lea’s, 85, 432 MECHANICAL Goods, English, in Siberia, 242 Mechanics, The True Principles of, Sidney A.
  • Reeve, 640, 661
  • Meetings, Forthcoming, 382, 410, 439, 469, 485 Merz, C. H., on Power Supply and its Effect on
  • North-East Coast Industries, 346, 629; Mr. T. Westgarth’s Addendum, 397

Metals and Metallurgy:

  • See also Institute of Metals and Iron and Steel Institute.
  • Aluminium Alloys, Electrical Conductivity of, E. Wilson, 288
  • and Some of its Uses, Tchevarri, 531
  • Solder, Guggenbuhl, 537 Brass Casting Regulations, 145 Copper Alloys, Mechanism of Annealing in G. D. Burgough and G. F. Hudson, 531
  • Casting Machines, American, 126
  • Copper and Copper Alloys, J, T. Milton, _531
  • Pipe Failures, Shafting and, W. R. Austin, 644
  • Tubes, Sheets, and Wire, Direct Production, Cowper-Coles, 136 Inter-Metallic Compounds, Desch, 531; Rosen- hain, 531
  • Metal Mixer, Future Development of the, A. E. Pratt, 372
  • Metals, Corrosion of, Professor Cushman on, 409 ; (Letters), 565, 653
  • Institute, Sir W. White’s Address, 516, 531
  • Testing the Hardness of, 678 Phosphor Bronze, Philip, 531 Tin, Our Future Supplies, 222
  • METERS—see Measuring Instruments and Ships Microscope, Workshop, J. E. Stead, 345
  • Milton, J. T., on Copper and Copper Alloys, 531

Mines and Mining News:

  • Coal Mines—see Coal
  • Drainage Work, A Year’s South Staffordshire,
  • Commissioners’ Report, 415
  • Eight Hours Bill, 569
  • Fluor Spar, 185
  • Gauge, Integrating Pressure for Ore Weighing, Schaffer, 348
  • Gear, Visor” Overwinding, Wood, 98, 466 Haulage Gear, Motor-Driven, Scott and Mountain, 498
  • Mine Drifts, Steel Frames for, in U.S.A., 178
  • Mineral Statistics, Our, 529
  • Mining Engineers, Report Book for, Charleton, 121
  • Exhibition—see Exhibitions
  • Pumps—see Pumps
  • Tools, Appliances and Safety Apparatus—see Mining Exhibition Models, Educational, at Mining Exhibition, 136 Oil Shale at Pumpherston, Working of, W. Caldwell, 241
  • Transvaal, Outlook in the, 638
  • MORDEY, W. M., on Electricity in Germany and Britain, 661
  • Models at Franco-British Exhibition—see Ships, Railways, &c.
  • Moisture Tester, Simon’s, 36, 37
  • Mond Gas Plant and Westinghouse Engine, 151 Mortising Machines—see Wood-working Machines Moulding Machines—see Wood-working Machines

Motor Vehicles and all Matters Relating thereto:

  • Agricultural Motor, Saunderson, 17
  • Motors, Leyland Motors, Mann’s Patent Steam Wagon Company, 17
  • Bees Nest Windcutter Radiator, Establie, 189 Brake, Liversidge Front Wheel, 561 Carburetter, Scott-Robinson, 561
  • Chassis, Transmission Gear, Back-axle, &c., Sheffield-Simplex, 534
  • Commercial Motor Vehicle, Progress of the, 609 Concrete Roadway for Motor Carriages, 473 Dolphin Car, Two-stroke Engine Company, 536, 561
  • Engines—see Engines
  • Exhibitions—see Exhibitions
  • Fire Escape for Shanghai, Motor Turntable, Merryweather, 21
  • Grand Prix Race, 42
  • “Miloscope” Speed Indicator, Bailey, 214 Motor Cars, Railway—see Railways Motor-driven Vehicles, Cause and Prevention of Wear in, F. H. Royce, 288
  • Motor Omnibus Traffic, 410 |
  • Mowing Machine, Petrol, Sharp’s Auto-mower and Tractor Company, 17 I
  • Petrol, Two-cylinder, Smeddle and Kennedy,
  • 561
  • Radiators for Motor Cars, Establie, 189
  • Six-cylinder Car, Sheffield-Simplex, 536
  • Speedometer, Elliott Brothers, 454
  • Steam Cars, Turner-Miesse, Rutherford, White, 561
  • Taximeter, Aron Meter Company, 456
  • Tools, Drill and Lathe, Drummond, 561 Two-cylinder Cars, Napier, Wolseley, Panhard, 561
  • Wagon, Foden’s, 17
  • Steam Motor, St. Pancras Ironwork Company, 386
  • “Warner” Autometer, Electric and Ordnance Accessories Company, 399
  • Wheel with Detachable Rim, Atlas Resilient Road Wheels, 561
  • MOWING Machines —see Motor Vehicles
  • NASMYTH’S Centenary, 290, 314

Naval Engineep Appointments:

  • 78, 178, 227, 252, 280, 296, 350, 390, 524, 604, 659, 682
  • NOBLE, Sir A., on Fifty Years of Explosives, 509

Obituary:

  • OIL Eliminating Plant, Paterson Engineering Company, 251; (Correction), 278
  • Pamping Station in Burmah, 361
  • Shale at Pumpherston, Working of, W. Caldwell, 241,
  • Oils, Hydro-carbon Cylinder, Effect ot Soper- heated Steam on, Worrall and Southcombe, 89
  • Omnibus, A Canopied Electric, Electrobus Company, 589
  • O’Neill on Interrelation of Theory and Practice of Shipbuilding, 100
  • Ordnance—^ee War Material
  • PACKING, United States Metallic Packing Company, 466 , T. A X «Qr
  • Palmer Shipbuilding Yard : Its Advantages, bJj Paris Telephone Service, 359

Patent Law, America and the New, 247

  • Germany and the New, 15, 68 Patents Act, 1907, First Fruits, 640
  • Compulsory Working of, 437, 640 Licences to Work, 15, 68, 413 Prolongation of, 196
  • Patents, Selected American :
  • Air Pressure System for Turbines, H. Beusch, 634
  • Air Pump, C. A. Hague, 502
  • D. B. Morison, 208 Armour-Exploding Projectile, A. Wrotzke, 684 Axles, Cranked, Machine for Turning, H. W.
  • Jacobs, 478
  • Billets, Method of Heating, C. J. F. Johnson, 392
  • Blast Furnace, J. H. Meissner, 528 Blower, J. H. Spencer, 208
  • Blow Pipe, A. G. Le Chatelier, 448
  • Boiler Tube Sheet, G. H. Rhentan, 284
  • Bolt, F. Mclnnerny, 608
  • Carburetting Apparatus for Explosive Engines, F. Durr, 130
  • Cargo Vessel, W. Doxford, 392
  • Clamping Mechanism for Planing Machines and the Like, G. H. Benson, jun., 684
  • Concrete Mixer, G. P. White, 208 Condenser, Counter-Current, 0. H. Mueller, 448
  • Surface, A. Harris, 556
  • Coupler, Automatic Oil, 0. Damon and W. L. Shoup, 338
  • Coupling, Flexible, R. L. Lowry, 234
  • Train Pipe, A. S. Parsons, 338
  • Current Collecting Apparatus for Dynamo- Electric Machines, J. E. Noeggerath, 684
  • Cylinder and Piston Machines, Method of Increasing the Volumetric Efficiency of, A. Vogt, 478
  • Dam, J. F. Jackson, 682
  • Dumping Mechanism for Dipper Dredgers, W.
  • Clifford and W. Ferris, 54
  • Dynamo Electric Machine. W. L. Waters, 208
  • Electrical Water Heater, Hill, 156 Engine, C. O. Robertson, 54
  • Combustion, 0. G. Simmonds, 660 Indicator,G. Lanza, 682
  • Internal Combustion, H. A. Johnston, 258
  • Rotary, K. H. Korhonen, 182
  • Engines, Explosive, Process of Working, K. E. Schreber, 4*20
  • Excavator, Endless Chain Bucket, G. L. Hurst, 628
  • Feed Roll, Sectional, for Planing and other Machines, L. B. Whipple, 448
  • Filter, J. G. and 0. B. Heitzman, 182
  • Friction Clutch, Morgan, 156 Furnace, Fine Fuel, D. Cudworth, 80
  • Smelting, Gronwalt, 1662
  • Gas Engine, F. M. Ashley, 80
  • C. A. Clarke, 528
  • Process of Manufacturing, H. W. Benner, 478
  • Producer, R. L. Morgan, 556
  • G. Westinghouse, 130 Producere, Method of Operating, E. Coleman, 26
  • Gases, Iron Blast Furnace, Apparatus
  • Washing, B. H. Thwaite, 312
  • Process of Cleaning, A. Ernst, 502
  • Gasolene Engine with Mixing Cylinders Crank Cases, F. A. Dobbins, 284
  • Patents, Selected American (continveo) z
  • Projectiles, E. Gathmann, 66^0
  • Pump, Duplex, L. Willis, 556
  • Multi-stage, for Producing a Vacuum or Compressing Gases, A. Siegel, 392
  • Hydraulic, J. W. Nelson, 684 Steam-driven, G- Rennerfelt, 684 Vacuum, Zeitlin, 156 Valve, P. J. Doyle, 448
  • Vertical Shaft Centrifugal, A. W. Hunsaker, 182
  • Recording Manometer, F. N. 180
  • Reducing Valve for Compressed Muid Motors, E. Schneider, 608
  • Resilient Gear Connection, N. W. Storer, 234 Rolling Mill. Biggert, 156
  • Mills, Feed Table for, J. Fawell, 258
  • Rotary Engine, Andreas, 106
  • Scroll-Bending Machine, V. W. Jewett, 312
  • Steam-Condensing Plant, D. B. Morison, 26
  • Storage Battery, T. A. Edison, ^8
  • Stoking Apparatus, C. W. Crosby, 26
  • Tarring and Sanding the Surface of Streets, W. C. Southgate, 234
  • Tool Holder, G. E. Greenleaf, 582
  • Torpedoes, Standard, Shell or Casing for, C. Davis, 556 .
  • Turbine, S. Z. de Ferranti, 582
  • A. Jude, 284
  • Gaseous Fluid, C. Wedekind, 392 Marine, T. G. E. Lindmark, 478 Steam, J. Atkinson, 608 Water, W. G. Wright, 80
  • Valve, Coleman, 106
  • Automatic, A. J. Greenaway, Job
  • Vehicle Wheel, L. H. Barry, 284
  • Water Motor, Current, R. E. Coon, 208
  • Wheel, Roller Bearing Trolley, W. L. Cooksey, 338
  • Wood, Process for Distilling, T. B. Gautier, 312
  • Wrench, A. C. Smith, 660

Patent Specifications, British:

  • Accumulators, 156
  • Building, 365, 477
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 477
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 311, 338
  • Dynamos and Motors, 25, 53, 79,1’29, 181, 207, 233, 257, 283, 337, 365. 391, 420, 448, 501, 527, 556, 581, 607, 633. 659, 683
  • Electrical Resistances, 683
  • Engines. Internal Combustion, 129, 155, 283, 337, 391, 501, 527, 555, 607
  • Gas Producers, 130, 155, 207, 233, 311, 391, 439, 502,556, 582
  • Lighting and Heating, 105, 155, 502 Locomotives, 105
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 79, 105, 258, 337, 366, 447, 555, 582
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 155
  • Mining and Metallurgy, 284, 311, 338, 608, 684 Miscellaneous, 25, 26, 54, 80, 105,106, 130,156, 182, 207, 233, 258, 312, 392, 420, 478, 528, 660, 684
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 26, 365, 477, 660 Ordnance and Armour, 366
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 129, 420, 502, 582, 634, 683
  • Ships and Boats, 25, 233, 366, 419, 528, 634, 660
  • Steam Engines, 25, 53, 527, 555, 581, 659
  • Steam Generators, 25, 54, 79, 129, 181, 207, 257, 283, 284, 311, 337, 365. 391, 419, 447, 477, 501, 581, 607, 633, 659, 683
  • Switch Gear, 257, 366, 527, 659
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 25, 79, 129, 311
  • Tramways and Railways, 155, 181, 258, 338, 366, 391, 447, 477, 502, 608, 683
  • Transformers, 284, 556, 607
  • Turbine Machinery, 53, 79, 105, 181, 233, 267, 311, 337, 419, 501, 556, 633
  • Water Purification, 258, 477, 634
  • PAVLOFF, Professor, on Oval Blast Furnaces, 440
  • Pay-as-you-enter Cars at Montreal, 305
  • Peat, Production of Ammonia from Atmospheric Nitrogen by, H. C. Woltereck, 288 ; (Letter), 331
  • Utilisation of, Canadian Government Report, 240 ; (Letter), 305 in making Gas or Charcoal, Captain Riall Sankey, 287, 299
  • Penalty Clause—see Contracts for Electrical Work Personal and Business Announcements, 24, 52, 78, 104, 128, 154, 180, 206, 232, 256, 336, 364, 390, 418, 446, 476. 525, 654. 606, 632, 682
  • Petroleum—see Railways
  • Philip, A., on Phosphor Bronze, 531
  • Photograph Copying Machine, Shaw’s Continuous
  • Electric, A. G. Thornton, 466
  • Pipes, Cement, German System of Making, 699 Piston Ring, New Type of, Petter, 332 Planing Machines—see Machine Tools Platinum Thermometry, 275
  • Plough, The “ Universal,” 211
  • Poetsch Freezing Method for Shaft Sinking, 122 Ports—see Harbours
  • Potts’ Bevel and Spur Wheel Shaping Machine, 139
  • Power Measurement of Engines, 144
  • Supply and its Effect on the Industries of the North-East Coast, C. II. Merz, 346, 629; Mr. T. Westgarth’s Addendum, 397
  • Transmission Gear, Piat, 162
  • Prague, Water Pipe Contract for, 241
  • Pratt, A. E., on the Future Development of the Metal Mixer, 372
  • Presses, Power, Rhodes, 466 Producers—see Gas
  • Projectiles—see War Material

Pumps:

  • Pump, Air, Mirrlees Watson, 375 Automatic Vacuum Lift and Force, 36 “ Cameron,” Gillespie, 121
  • Centrifugal Sinking, Electrically-driven, Ernest Scott and Mountain, 121
  • Turbine-driven, de Laval, 264
  • Fleuss High-vacuum, Pulsometer Company, 177
  • High-lift Centrifugal Plant, for Coal Mines, Sulzer Type, 228
  • High-vacuum, Blake and Knowles, 199
  • Pump, Steam-turbo High-lift, Mather and Platt, Treble-plunger Hydraulic, G. DesVignes,
  • Pumping Engine, Petroleum, for Burmah, Weir, 361 ’
  • Eneiues at Kempton Park Station, Lilleshall Company, 424, 434
  • Avonmouth, Tangyes. 7,
  • July Zrd, 1908) ’
  • Pumps, Agricultural, Warner, 61 “Invincible,” Gwynne’s. 121 Lee HowVs “Tipton” and “Oddesse,”
  • Agricultural Show, 61 inree-throw Dry-vacuum, Brackett. 413
  • Ram, Vertical and Horizontal, F. Pearn, 349 and Turbine, Allen’s, 38 inple-expansion Engines, Selby Waterworks, James Watt, 216 Various, at Mining Exhibition, 121
  • PUNCHING Machines—see Machine Tools
  • RAGOT, A. E., Estimating for Fitting and Machine Shops, 332. 367 ; (Letter), 474
  • Rail Steel, Teat for, E. H. Saniter, <46 Rails, Manganese Steel, 544
  • Special Steel, 488

Railways and Railway Matters General:

  • Accidents, American,-222, 443
  • Berlin, Overhead Railway, 412
  • British, in 1907, 296
  • Electric Railway and Tram way Stoppage due to Accident at Chelsea Generating Station, 382
  • Agreements, Legality of, 649 I
  • British and French Railway Speed in 1908, 512 Centenary of the First Passenger Train, 307 •
  • (Letter), 331 ’ i
  • Coal Gas Lighting in Railway Carriages, 662 Couplings, Automatic, 225; (Letters), 244. 305 ‘ Jenkins Railway Switch, 67
  • Models, London and North-Western Railway 214
  • Railless Traction, F. Douglas Fox, 289, 550 Rails, Special Steel, &c —5ee Rails.
  • Railway, Birth of the, 621 {^Special Supplcvieiit.
  • Deceniler IRA, 1908).
  • Sleepers, Reinforced Concrete. M Brukner, 411
  • Railways, William James and the History of R. S. Ramsdale, 162 ; (Letters), 201 ’
  • Suspension Railways in Ironworks, 642 Trevithick’s Railway, 307 ; (Letter), 331
  • World’s Railways in 1906, 116

Railways, British, Colonial, and Indian :

  • Agreement, Great Northern, Great Central, and Great Eastern, 188, 481, 658
  • London and North-Western and the Midland, 188, 195, 481
  • British Accidents in 1907, 296 Caledonian Railway Brake Vans, 74
  • Signalling at Glasgow, Central Station, 266
  • Canadian Pacific Railway, Reconstruction of a Portion of, 666, 672
  • Coal Bills and Wages, 196
  • Cwm Cerwyn Tunnel Reconstruction, 685 Egmore Station, Madras, 370; (Note), 413 [Supplement^ October ^tk, 1908)
  • Electric Railways and Tramways, Stoppage due to Accident at Chelsea Generating Station, 382
  • Glasgow Central Station, Signalling at, 266
  • Great Eastern Railway Stations, Norwich, &c., 451
  • Great Northern, Royal Train, 560, 568
  • Great Western Railway Works at Swindon. 158, 164, 168
  • Indian State Railways, Standard Underframes and Bogies, 646 ; (Correction, 578)
  • Kicking Horse Valley Railway—see Canadian Pacific Reconstruction
  • London, Brighton and South Coast. Victoria Station, 10
  • London and North-Western Railway and Crewe Works, 617, 620, 621 ; (Letter). 653 [Special Supplement^ December' llzA, 1908)
  • Midland and Great Northern Joint Lines in East Anglia, 451
  • Motor Coach for London and North-Western Railway [Special Supplement. December IRA. 1908)
  • New South Wales Railways. 276, 606; (Letters), 549. 566, 616
  • North British Railway, Widening Operations, 74
  • North-East Anglia. Railway Facilities in, 451 North-London and London and North-Western, 651
  • Port Talbot Railway, Tunnel Reconstruction, 685
  • Railway, Narrow Gauge, for Harrogate Gas Works, 538, 642
  • Position, 188, 195, 481, 558 Royal Train, Great Northern, 560, 568 Scotch Railway Companies and Mineral Traders, 384 ,
  • Signalling at the Glasgow Central Station, 266
  • South Indian Railway, Egmore Station, Madras, 370 [Supplement^ October ^th^ ' 1908 ; (Note),
  • Surveying in Canada, 86
  • Underframes and Bogies for Indian State Railways, 546; (Correction), 678
  • Victoria Station, 10
  • Victorian Railways, 562
  • Working Economies, 464

Railways, Foreign:

  • Alpine Railways, Austrian, 376
  • American Accidents, 222, 443
  • Management, 42
  • Berlin Overhead Railway Accident, 412 Chicago, Large Passenger Terminus at, 333
  • Delaware Railway **Cut-off,” 333
  • Railways, Foreign (conHnwed):
  • French, Nationalisation of, 13
  • Italian Railways, Electrification of, 387 Accommodation at Milan, 507
  • Labour Train at Panama, 29
  • Loetschberg Tunnel, 358 .
  • Motor Carriage, Petrol Electric, in United States, 50 .
  • Paris Suburban Lines, Electrification, 416 Petroleum Residues as Fuel on the Roumanian Railways, 667 ,
  • Railway Car Ferry Steamers, German-Swedish, 244
  • Roumanian Railways, Petroleum Residues as Fuel, 667
  • Siam, Railway Motor Car for, Thornycroft, 601

Railways, Locomotives, General:

  • Engine, Compound Steam, Constant Duval, 313 Locomotive Works—see Works^
  • Locomotives, Drawings of, Soci6t^ Francaise de Constructions Mecaniques, 313 Early, Nasmyth-Wilson, 314 Express, Some Recent Types of, Maurice Demoulin, 209; (Letter), 331
  • Superheater and Compound, The Work of, C. R. King, 662 Superheater, Combined Air and Steam, New Century Engine Company, 494

Railways, Locomotives, British, Colonial, and Indian :

  • Great Western Six-coupled Express Locomotive Work, 591; (Letters), 616, 653, 669
  • London and North-Western Railway, Historical and Modern, 617, 620, 621; (Letters), 653, 669 (Special Suppleme^itf December 11^/t, 1908)
  • Narrow-gauge, for Harrogate Gasworks, Thos, Green and Son, 539, 542
  • North British, Tested with Air and Steam Superheater, 494
  • North-Eastern Railway Six-coupled Tank, 352, 359
  • North Staffordshire, Bogie Tank, 186, 187 South-Eastern and Chatham, Four-coupled
  • Express, 243 (Two-page Sup:ple'm,ent^ September Mh, 1908)

Railways, Locomotives, Foreign:

  • American Goods, Ten-wheel, 126
  • Austrian State Railways Heavy Goods, with Brotan Boiler, Goelsdorf Steam Receiver, and Pop-Coale Safety Valves, 259, 260
  • Danish State Railways Four-cylinder Compound, 293
  • Four-cylinder Compound, Pacific Type, Western Railway of France, 55 (Txco-page Supplement^ Jtdy Vith^ 1908)
  • Hungarian Four-cylinder Compound, 564 Italian Locomotive Building, 360
  • State Railways Express, “ Prairie’* Type, Maurice Demoulin, 209
  • Locomotive Coaling Station, Reinforced Concrete, U.S.A., 472
  • Paris-Orleans Railway, “Pacific” Type Compound, 471
  • REDDAWAY’S Rubber Exhibits, 151
  • Reeve, Sydney A., on the True Principles of Mechanics, 640, 661
  • Refuse Destructor, Heenan and Froude, 456 Reinecker’s Gear-hobbing Machine, 139 Repairs of Workshop Plant—see Workshop Research, Eogineering, R. W. Hunt, 300
  • Reservoir, Culebra, Wachusett—see Canals, Panama
  • Reservoirs—see also Water Supply
  • Resistances to Flat Plates, &c.—see Ships
  • Rivers—see Harbours and Waterways
  • Road Rollers, Traction Engines, Tractors, Aveling and Porter, 17
  • Robertson on Plant Used in Tube Manufacture, 531
  • Robson, P. W., on Suction Gas Producers, 288

Rock Drills:

  • Appliances at the Mining Exhibition, 121 Boring Apparatus, Burnside Safety, 122 Drill Chuck, Warren and Tregoning, 122 Locke Electric Stoping, Wilfley Mining Machinery Company, 122
  • Drills, Electric Air, Temple Ingersoll, 122 Petrol-cperated Rock Drill in United States, 652
  • Rock Channeller at Panama, 59 Drill, Hammer, Hardy-Simplex, 135
  • ROLLING Mill, Electrical, Dorman, Long’s, at Middlesbrough, 320,359 ; Visited by Iron and Steel Institute, 346, 371
  • Rolling Mills, Experience with Electrically- driven, C. Koettgen and C. A. Ablett, 371
  • Dorman and Xiong’s, 320, 346, 359
  • Roofing, Volcanic Cement, Seurat, 189
  • Rope, Non-spinning Wire, Tangring, 166
  • Ropes, Ropeway Plant, and Rope Cutters at Mining Exhibition, Bullivant, 136
  • Ropeway at Barnsley Main Collieries, Bullivant, 194, 199
  • Blast Furnace, at the Wigan Coal and Iron Company, 642
  • Rosenhain, W., on Metallography Applied to Inter-metallic Compounds, 531
  • on the Study of Breakages, 288
  • Royce, F. H., on Cause and Prevention of Wear in Motor-driven Vehicles, 288
  • SAINT Mark, Venice, Campanile, 285

Sanitary Engineering:

  • Sewage Disposal, Royal Commission, 322, 325, 342, 368, 393
  • Filter Beds,Underground, U.S.A.,473 Machinery at Franco-British Exhibition, 213
  • Sludge, Treatment of, 116 Treatment at Galashiels, 485 Sewer System, Trunk, of City of Toronto, 218 Sewerage in Mexico — see Waterworks at Monterey
  • SANITER, E. H., on Test for Rail Steel, 346
  • Sankey, Capt. Riall, on Utilisation of Peat, 287, 299
  • Saws—see Machine Tools and Wood-working Machinery
  • Scarborough, New Marine Drive at, 148
  • Scotland, Royal Commission on Canals, 107 Screw Threads, Machine for Rolling, Manville Company, 252
  • Sea-water Evaporators and Feed-heaters, Andrews and Cameron, 150
  • Seed Sower at Prague, 212
  • Selby Waterworks, 216
  • Separator, Butter, Swiftsure Syndicate, 16
  • Separators, Electro-magnetic, for Dry and Liquid Matter, Rapid Magnetting Machine Company, 458, 459
  • Shaft Coupling, Electro-magnetic, Berlin -
  • Anhaltsche Company, 654
  • Shafting and Copper Pipe Failures, W. R. Austin, 644
  • Shafts, Flexible, Janet, 189
  • Shepherd, Hill and Spink’s Wheel-cutting Machine, 138

Ships and Shipbuilding, General:

  • American Report and Warship Design, 49, 75, 119
  • Atlantic Liners, Construction of, 380, 674 Building Slips at Stettin, 316
  • Buoy, the Bredsdorp Stranding, 278 Capital and Labour, 120
  • Clyde Shipbuilding for the Half Year, 35 Dredgers—see Dredgers
  • Electric Propulsion—see Marine Propulsion Gas Propulsion, Problem of, 407; (Letters), 497, 521
  • German Shipbuilding Yard, Vulcan, at Stettin, 316, 324
  • Gyroscope as Distance-giver on the Earth and Applicability to Ships, Dr. Anschutz-Kaempe, 611
  • “Ideal” Marine Reversing Gear, Dickinson, 200 ; (Correction, 232)
  • Tsherwood System of Ship Construction, 172 Krizik Electrical Steering Gear, 259 Lifeboats in Modern Vessels, Placing, Technical and other Considerations, Axel Nelin, 635 Marine Engines, Mechanical Efficiency of, 505, 614
  • Engineering, Comprehensive Research. in, 644
  • Propulsion, Steam Electric, Durtnall, 85. 95, 488
  • Models of French-built Ships at Franco-British Exhibition, 213
  • London and North-Western Railway Steamers, 214
  • Palmer Shipbuilding Yard, Its Advantages, 635 Resistances to Flat Plates and Vessels’ Hulls in
  • Water and the Genesis of Waves, Prof, Dr. Ahlborn, 612
  • Ship, Dynamics of Rolling of a, 609 Shipbuilding, Foreign Competition in, Denny, 637
  • Interrelation of Theory and Practice, O’Neill, 100
  • Limitation of, 674
  • Sir C^ Furness’s Scheme, 379, 385, 595 ; (Letters), 413, 616 Steering Gear, Hydraulic, Siemens, 604 Stern Frame, New Type, Fownes, 652 Tanks, Experimental—see Tanks Torsion Meters, F. T. Edgecombe, 558, 559
  • in Marine Work (Bevis-Gibson, Fbttinger and Hopkinson Meters, Multiple Slot Lamp for Gibson Meter), J. H. Gibson, 505, 614
  • Transporting Plant for Building Ships, Micken- felder, 635
  • Turbines and Propellers, Mr. James Denny’s Presidential Address, 379, 408 ; (Letter), 496 United States Shipping, Census, 178
  • Wage Tariff Agreements in the Shipbuilding Trade, 635
  • Wreck Statistics for 1907, 173

Ships and Shipbuilding, British Navy:

  • Bellerophon, H.M. Battleship, 563
  • Collingwood, H.M. Battleship, 509
  • Gladiator, H.M. Cruiser, Salving, 381, 411
  • Indomitable, H.M. Cruiser. 145
  • Inflexible, H.M. Cruiser, 410
  • Rattler, H.M.S., Gas-propelled, 407
  • St. Vincent, H.M. Battleship, 273, 291, 298
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, The New, 326
  • Boats, Surface or Submarine, 603

Ships and Shipbuilding, Naval Matters:

  • Admiralty Orders, 563
  • Clyde Measured Mile, 74
  • The, and Naval Work, 410
  • Coaling and Coal Economy, 353
  • Manoeuvres, 18
  • Monster Battleship Controversy, 143
  • Naval Shipbuilding Policy, 67
  • Repairs, Dockyard and Private Shipyard, 516 Rosy th Naval Base, 644
  • Warship Accidents, 381
  • Repairs and the Thames, 272
  • Warships and Machinery under Construction in England, 32, 410, 668

Ships and Shipbuilding, Foreign Navies:

  • Armour Plate for Minas Geraes, 260, 270 Brazilian Battleship Minas Geraes, 260, 270, 291, 298
  • Engineers in the United States Navy, 648 French Marine Accidents, 435
  • Naval Budget Report, 509
  • Submarines and Submersibles, 347 l?orpedo Boat Destroyer Sabretache, 191
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Recent, 191; (Corrections, 252) ; (Letter), 277 German Naval Dockship Vulkan, 460, 462; (Letter), 521, 589
  • Italian Navy, Target Practice in, 451; (Letter), 549
  • La Touche-Treville, Gun Accident, 328, 355 Russian Armoured Cruiser Rurik, 347 (Supple‘ mentf October 27t<Z, 1908)
  • United States Navy Government Report, 49, 75, 119
  • Repair Ship Panther, 653

Ships and Shipbuilding, Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels:

  • Brooke 11., Racing Motor Boat, 329 Clyde-built Ships for Austria, Russel], 202 Ferry Steamers, Railway-car, German-Swedish,
  • Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 244 Fuelling Barges for Havana Harbour, 678 Kaiserin Auguste Victoria, Hamburg-American Line, 316
  • Laurentic, White Star Liner, 291, 298, 640 Lusitania, Speed Trials, Bell, 46 : (Letters), 99, 149, 163
  • Martha Washington, Twin-screw Steamer for Austro-American Line, 202
  • Megantic, White Star Dominion Liner, 654 Motor Oil Launch Comet for the Tyne, Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., 276
  • Orsova and Otway, Orient Liners, 563 Otaki, New Zealand Shipping Company, 638 Ottawa-Trold Collision, 74
  • Paul Paix, Steel Oil Tank Steamer, Graggs, 172 Peninsular and Oriental Liner Morea, Barclay, Curie and Co., 192, 509
  • Post-office Tender for Uruguay, Yarrow, 678 Scotland’s First Iron Ship, 519
  • Turbine Steamer Ben-ma-Chree, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 86
  • SHOWS—see Exhibitions
  • Shutter, Rolling Steel, Mountain and Gibson, 466 Siberia, English Mechanical Goods in, 242 Signalling—see Railways
  • Silicon, Influence of, on the Physical and Chemical Properties of Iron, A. Jouve, 397
  • Slates, Roofing, Larivihee, 189
  • Slipways at Renfrew, 262
  • Sluice Machinery, Tannett Walker, 70
  • Smith, C. A. M., on Method of Detecting the Bending of Columns, 158 Sphingometer, 158
  • Smoke, J. Swinburne, 422 Draught Devices at Franco-British Exhibition, 313
  • Socialist Fallacy, 517
  • Speedometer, Elliott Brothers, 454
  • Spencer, Henry, on Establishment Expenses and Cost Accounts, 508, 532
  • Sphingometer, C. A. M. Smith, 158
  • Spinning Frame, Electrically-driven, Brooks and Doxey, Limited, 402
  • Frames, Electrically-driven, Dobson and Barlow, 402
  • Motor-driven, Brown, Boveri System, 430
  • Mill, Dobson and Barlow, 210
  • Spur Gearing, Evolution and Manufacture of, Humpage, 138
  • Stagg, W,, on Inclined Retort Coal and Coke-handling Plant, 113
  • Standardisation and its Relation to Trade, Sir J, W. Barry, 638
  • Stanton, Dr., and Mr. L. Bairstow on Resistance of Materials to Impact, 570, 571, 575; (Letter), 589
  • Stations—see Railways
  • Stead, J. E., Note on a Workshop Microscope, 345
  • Steam, Generation of, 675
  • Meter, Recording, Parenty, 265 Shovel, Bucyrus, at Panama, 59
  • Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Steering Gear—see Ships Stoker, Sprinkler, Triumph Stoker Company, 455 Stokers, Chain Grate, at Coventry, 306
  • Machine, Babcock and Wilcox, 455
  • Stone, Crushed, Voids, Shrinkage, and Weight of, Ira 0. Baker, 215
  • Stones, Sharpening and Grinding, Bedoin, 162 Stoney, G., on Recent Advances in Steam Turbines, 273
  • Stothert and Pitt’s Works at Bath, 142, 146 Strength of Solid Rouod-ended Columns, W. E. Lilly, 289
  • Strikes—see Labour Suction Gas Producers—see Gas
  • Sugar By-products Machinery, Kestner. 313 Factories, Cane, C. W. Dawson, 203, 229 Milling Plant for Java, Mirrlees Watson Company, 495
  • Works Machinery, Model and Plans, 264 Sulphuric Ether Apparatus, Crepelle-Fountaine, 189
  • Summers Hunter, on Labour Economics and the Engineer, 524
  • Superheated Steam, Effect on Hydrocarbon Cylinder Oils, Worrall and Southcombe, 89
  • Superheater, “Ackroyd-Buckley,” Longbotham, 98, 99
  • Cruse Controllable, 376 Superheaters, McPhail and Simpson. 404
  • at the Mining Exhibition, 98 see also Locomotives
  • Surveyors, Instructions to. Board of Trade, 20 Swinburne, J., on Smoke, 422
  • TANKS, Experimental, Progress in Japan, 37 Mr, Yarrow’s Gift, 37 ; (Letter), 73
  • German Experimental, 183, 237, 285, 318, 343, 383 (T?ro-/?a^e Supplement^ Octo6e)- 1908)
  • Towing Carriages, Speed Trial Appliances, Measuring Machines, 318, 343, 383 [Two-pagt Svp- pleuient, Octole)' 2ndy 1908)
  • Tariff Revision in the United States, 218, 622 Taximeter, Aron Meter Company, 456 Tchevarri, J. T. W., on Aluminium audits Uses, 531
  • Telephone, Hamburg, Exchange, 322
  • Service, Paris, 359 Transmitter, Elliott Brothers, 454 Telescopes, Equatorial, Clock-driving Mechanism for, Sir H. Grubb, 289
  • Testing—see also Impact
  • Apparatus, Metal, Soc. Fran^aise de Constructions M^caniques, Bld
  • Gauges, Vulcan Boiler Company, 375 Machine (Measuring) Universal, Storey, 548
  • Machine for Rail Steel, Saniter, 346 Machines—see also Dynamometers and Electrical Matters
  • Rheostats, Two, Geipel, 630
  • Sets, Elliott Brothers, 454
  • Thermit Compounds, New Reactions with, Goldschmidt, 21
  • Thermodynamics—see Gaseous Explosions
  • Third Party, The, 248
  • Thrashing Machine, Petrol Motor Driven Beaupre, 313
  • Tin—see Metals
  • Tools, Hand, and Coupling Hook for Horsed Vehicles, Lacheze, 162
  • Portable Motor Driven, Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., 4t6
  • Holders, Janet, 189
  • Toronto Trunk Sewer System, 218
  • Torsion Meters—see Ships
  • Towing Carriage—see Tanks, Experimental Traction Engines—see Engines
  • Railless, F. D. Fox, 289, 550
  • Tractor, Aveling and Porter’s Light, 613 Compound Steam, Aveling and Porter, 17
  • Ransome’s Steam, 36
  • Tractors, L'ght, for the War-oflhce, 87
  • “ Little Giant,” Tasker, 17 and Traction Engines at Smithfield, 612 Traffic, Motor Omnibus, 410
  • Problem of London, 545
  • Tramcar Controller, Marples, Leach and Co., 459 Electric, Slipper Brake for, Freund, 361 Trucks, Electric, Mountain and Gibson, 466
  • Pay-as-you-enter, at Montreal, 305
  • Tramways, Electric, in Greater London, 67 —see also Traction, Railless Improvements in Berlin, 87 Surface-contact System in London, 537
  • Transporter, The “Barry,” at Mining Exhibition, 97
  • Transporting Plant for Building Slips, Michenfelder, 635
  • —see also Coal
  • Transvaal—see Mining
  • Trevithick’s Railway—see Railways Tubbing—see Coal and Collieries
  • Tube-cleaners and Tube-making Materials at the Mining Exhibition, 98
  • Tubes, Plant Used in Manufacture of, Robertson, 531
  • Tunnels—see Railways
  • Turbine Blading, Centrifugal Force on Steam in, Frank Foster, 56
  • Blowers, Steam, Hodges’, 173 Curtis Horizontal Superheated Steam {Supplementy October 23rd, 1908) 600-Kiiowatt Zoedy Steam, Musgrave, 376 [Sitpplementy October ^th, 1908)
  • Zoelly, with Mather and Platt’s Pump, 677
  • Turbines, Marine, G. Bauer, 587
  • Marine Steam, Models at Franco- British Exhibition, Parsons, 10 {Tivo-page Supplementy Jidy 3rdy 1908)
  • and Propellers, Mr. James Denny’s Presidential Address, 379, 408 ; (Letter), 498
  • Steam, Recent Advances in, G. Stoney, 273
  • Turbo-alternators, Model, Parsons, 456
  • Turnip Thinner, Symes’, 17
  • Tyne Improvement Commission, 151
  • Type-casting and Composing Machinery, L. A. Legros, 675
  • UNITED States, Engineering Education in, 144
  • Tariff, Revision, 248, 622
  • Urban and Inter-urban Transportation—see Traction, Railless
  • VALVE, Compressed Air Ball, Fiottmann Engineering Company, 121
  • Governor, Chorlton-Whitehead, 678 Ingersoll Rand Company, 122 Parallel Slide. Shaw, 403 Sluice Stop, Bursting of, 354 Sluice, Blakeborough, 70 Steam Stop, Hopkiuson, 350
  • Ventilating Machinery, Farcot, 189
  • Vessey, E. A., on a Simple Drawing-office System, 202
  • Viaducts—see Bridges
  • Voids, Shrinkage and Weight of Crushed Stone,
  • Ira 0. Baker, 215
  • WAGES—see Labour
  • Wagons—see also Motor Vehicles
  • Electric Ore Transfer, American, 126 Sheffield Twinberrow Self-discharging, 539, 542
  • Steam Motor, St. Pancras Ironwork Company, 386
  • Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Co.’s, 17
  • Walker, G. B., on Practical Use of Colliery Rescue Apparatus, 241
  • Walker, Miles, on Electrical Design in Relation to Capital Cost, 523

War Material:

  • Gans at the Fran co-British Exhibition, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 108
  • Projectile Cap before and after Impact, Hadfield, 571
  • Projectiles with Copper Rings, Vavasseur, 536 Warships—see Ships
  • Water Condensation, Measuring Apparatus for, Lancaster and Tonge, 578
  • Hammer Explosion at Preston, 537; (Letters—see Water Hammer at Stanton Ironworks)
  • Hammer at Stanton Ironworks, 354, 436, 441; (Letters), 413, 440, 473, 497, 520, 521, 549, 566, 589, 615, 616
  • Annual Report, 187 Charges, 573; (Letter), 305
  • New Reservoir at Island Barn, 460 Montreal Waterworks Improvements, 610 Reservoir, Stobsmuir, at Dundee, Reconstruction, 605
  • Se by Waterworks, 216
  • Water, Filtration and Purification, for Public Supply, J. Don, 438
  • Venturi Meter, G. Kent, 432 Waterworks and Sewerage of Monterey,
  • Mexico, 486, 510, 514, 533 {Ttvo-page Supple- meifit, November 1908)
  • WARSHIPS of the Air, 94
  • Watts, W., on Design and Construction of Impounding Reservoirs, 16
  • Weaver Navigation, Anderton Boat Lift, 82, 92 {Two-page Supplements 1908)
  • Weighing Machines, W. and T. Avery, 61 at Mining Exhibition, 97
  • Weston, A. T., on the Design of Twist Drills, 289 Wheel-cutting Machines and Spur Gearing, Humpage, 138
  • Wheels, Steel, Hadfield’s, 69
  • Wheeler, R. V., and Professor W. A. Bone on Experiments in Gas Producer Practice, 395
  • and A. Harrison on Chemical Control of the Basic Open- hearth Process, 396
  • White, Sir W., Presidential Address at Institute of Metals, 516, 531
  • Whitworth’s Wheel-cutting Machine, 138 Wilfley Mining Machinery Company’s Exhibits at Mining Exhibition, 97, 136
  • Wilson, E., on Electrical Conductivity of Aluminium Alloys, 288
  • Winch, Hauling Up, at Renfrew, 2o2, 264 “Universal” Mining, Tuckingmill Company, 98
  • Wire Rope, Non-spinning, Tangring, 166 Rope, “ Nuflex ’’and “Lock-Coil,’’Cradock, 69
  • Ropes, American and Kdindo, 333 Woods of Australasia, 190
  • Wood-Working’ Machinery:
  • Mortising Machine, Vertical, Thos. Robinson, 374
  • and Boring Machine, Pickles, 357
  • Moulding Machine, Outside, Tbos. Robinson, 374
  • Saw Bench, Rxdial Arm, Thos. Robinson, 374 Sawing Machine, Horizontal L-‘g Band, Sagar, 228
  • WORKMEN’S CompensaHon—see. Labour. Works, Atlas Locomotive, Peckett, 123
  • Bethlehem Steel, 529, 590, 594, 635, 639 Bristol Wagon and Carriage, 123 Clyde Trust, at Renfrew and Yorkhill, 238, 261
  • Crewe, 617, 620, 621 {Special Supplement^ Decemlter 1U4, 1908).
  • Great Western Railway, at Swindon, 158, 164, 168
  • Harland and Wolff’s, at Belfast, 116 Harland and Wolff’s at Southampton, 61 {Ttco-jKige Supplement.^ July VJth^ 1908)
  • Ironworks—see Iron and Steel
  • Kent’s at Luton, 18 Nasmytl-Wilson’s, 290 314 Netham Eugineering, Lysaght, 123 Premier Portland Cement Co. at Irth- lingborough, 30
  • Saucon—see Bethlehem
  • Stothert and Pitt’s Newark and Victoria, at Bath, 142, 146
  • South Metropolitan Gas, Heating and Ventilating, 414
  • Vulcan Shipbuilding at Stettin, 316, 324 of the West Kootenay Power and Light Company, 481, 490
  • Workshop, Concrete and Steel, in Canada, 367, 378
  • Plant and Machinery, Repairs, &c., J. E. Darbishire 438, 443, 492 ; (Le titers), 616, 653, 669
  • Worrall, G. W., and J. E. Southcombe, on Effect of Superheated Steam on Cylinder Oils, 89
  • Wreck Statistics for 1907, 173
  • Wright’s Flying Machine, 170
  • - French purchase of 409;
  • YORKE, Colonel, Report on Automatic Couplings, 225
  • ZEPPELIN’S Airship Catastrophe, 94, 471 ; (Letter), 149

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