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

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  • ACCIDENTS in Workshops, Committee of Inquiry, 619
  • Aerial Flight, Wright Brothers Methods, 619
  • Aeronautical Society’s Experimental Ground, 645
  • Aeronautics, Increase in Patents, 193
  • Aeroplane British Military, Experiments and Trials, 193, 269, 351
  • Aeroplane or Dirigible Balloon : their Use for Military Operations, 351
  • Aeroplane Lifting Power, 117
  • - Quarter of an Hour Race, 39
  • - Roumegoux, Experiments, 141
  • - Wilbur Wright’s Achievement, 351, 433, 541
  • Aeroplanists, Legal Enactments Needful for Regulation, 645
  • Air over Egypt, Observations of Royal Meteorological Society by Balloons and Kites, 91
  • Airship, Military, for Austro-Hungary, 167
  • - Military, for United States, 219
  • - Petrol Engine for, 405
  • - in Russia, Progress, 405
  • - St. Petersburg Society for Construction, 219 ’
  • Alcohol from Peat, 489
  • Alloys, Electrical Resistance of, 541
  • Alumina, Magnesia, and Silica, Reduction in Electric Furnace, 65
  • Aluminium, Method of Manufacture, 11
  • - in the United States, Large Consumption, 39
  • American Cable Companies Complaints of Irish Trawlers, 11
  • Ammunition Transport Facilities at Devonport, 219
  • Anderton Lift, Opening after Reconstruction, 126
  • Anthracite, Declining Supply, 117
  • Antimony Output in New Brunswick, 245
  • Army and Navy, British, Greatly Reduced Expenditure, 141
  • Artillery Experiments in the United States, 489
  • Asbestos in Cyprus, 39
  • - Discovery in Luzon, 269
  • Atmosphere at High Levels and Electricity Experiments by Manchester University, 141
  • Automobile Club’s Dust Trials, 91
  • Automobile Club of America, Road Race, International, in the United States; Rules of Entry, 50

Associations, Institutions & Societies:

  • Association, British :
  • Programme for Engineering Section, 226
  • Association, British Foundrymen’s:
  • Alloys, P. Longmuir, 373
  • Association of Engineers, Barrow and District:
  • Formation and Opening Meeting, 446
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester:
  • Engineering Features at Shepherd’s Bush and Manchester, 413
  • Syllabus of Proceedings, 392
  • Visit to Harland and Wolff’s Belfast Works, 19
  • Association, Geologists’, London :
  • Geology of the Berwyn District of North Wales, J. Lomas, 50
  • Jubilee Celebration; Conversazione and Lecturettes, 562
  • Association of Engineers-in-Charge :
  • Snr .‘ke, J. Swinburne, 350
  • Visit to Tower Bridge Machinery, 604
  • Association, Greenock, of Engineers and Shipbuilders :
  • Steering Gears, E. H. Waters, 474
  • Association, Incorporated, of Municipal and County Engineers:
  • Gosport and some of its Recant Public Works, Frost, 178
  • Meeting at Gosport, Excursions and Visits, 178
  • Association of Mechanical Engineers, Birmingham :
  • Annual Meeting and Elections, 618
  • Estimation of Costs in General Engineering Work, F. T. Clapham, 589
  • Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions:
  • Meetings, 470
  • Technical Education at the Franco-British Exhibition, W. J. Linebam, 470
  • Association of Water Engineers:
  • Meeting, 478
  • Programme of Papers, 604
  • Rainfall, Measurement of, H. R. Mill, 478
  • Institute, Aero Club :
  • Formation and Objects, 376
  • Institute, The Concrete:
  • Concrete, Composition and Uses of Plain and Reinforced, Marsh, 497
  • Designs for Reinforced Concrete Work, W. Dunn, 497, 669
  • Offices and Secretary, 497
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • Bessemer Medal Award, 589
  • Secretary and Assistant Appointed, 592
  • Institute, Iron and Steel, West of Scotland: Dinner, 607
  • Institute of Marine Engineers :
  • Denny Gold Medal Award, 152
  • Generation and Electrical Transmission of Power for Main Propulsion and Speed Regulation, Durtnall, 74
  • Lloyd’s Register Scholarship, 147, 350
  • Repairs to Shipp, Elliott, 162
  • Sarco Combustion Recorder, Demonstration, 618
  • Visit to Franco-British Exhibition, 74
  • Institute of Metals:
  • First General Meeting, at Birmingham, 310
  • Object and Particulars of Foundation, 152
  • Programme of Papers for Discussion, 600
  • Institute, Mining, of Scotland:
  • Meeting and Admission of Members, 163
  • Pumps, Experiment with Electrically-driven, Galloway, 163
  • Timbering Roadways, Mavor, 163
  • Institute, North of England, of Mining and Mechanical Engineers:
  • Annual General Meeting, 125
  • Meeting and Reports, 625
  • Pumps, Old Wooden, from Rainton Colliery, 626
  • Programme of Papers, 376
  • Institute, Staffordshire Iron and Steel:
  • Heat, New Views on, W, J. Foster’s Presidential Address, 418
  • Sulphur and Iron, Mr. Stead’s Experiments, 425
  • Institution of Civil Engineers:
  • Awards of Medals and Prizes, 1907-1908, 460
  • Rotherhithe Tunnel, E. H. Tabor, 627
  • Students’ Meeting:
  • Design and Erection of a Plate Girder Bridge over the Lea at Broxbourne, L. W. Atcherley, 632
  • Glasgow Association of Students :
  • Metals and Alloys, The Structure of, G. H. Gulliver, 526
  • Manchester Association of Students :
  • Presidential Address, Crook, 552
  • Programme of Papers and Visits, 552
  • Refrigeration, Engineering Appliances, Guest, 552
  • Students’ Class for Associate Membership, 310
  • Visit to Heaton Park Reservoir, 552
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne Association of Students :
  • Inspection of Dynamometer Car, North - E astern Railway, 310
  • Secretary Appointed, 152; Secretary Changed, 485
  • Visit to Ferro-concrete Works at Dunston, 20
  • Visiy to North-Eastern Railway Bridge over the Wear, 73; Carriage and Wagon Shops at York, 310
  • Yorkshire Association of Students:
  • Cement Company, Robson’s. Visit, 180
  • Manufacture and Use of, Watson, 549
  • Grindleford to Rowsley Section of the Derwent Aqueduct, A. H. Jameson, 644
  • Headingley Filter Beds, Visit to, 74
  • Hull Dock, Visit, 180
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • Awards, Dinner, 469
  • Glasgow Local Section :
  • Annual Dinner, 549
  • Growth of Electrical Activity, W. W. Lackie, 526
  • Opening Meeting, 537
  • Glasgow Students’ Section:
  • Mains Testing, Some Phases of, G. L. Black, 566
  • Leeds Local Section :
  • Natural and Induced Draught Systems, W. N. Y. King, 626
  • Manchester Local Section :
  • Annual Report, 167
  • Institution of Engineers, Junior:
  • Annual Meeting, Awards, Report, 469
  • Hydraulic Machine Tools, Notes on, N. S. Trustrura, 497
  • Visit to Limmer Asphalt Paving Works, 526
  • Selfridge Store Buildings, 627
  • Siebe, Gorman’s Submarine Engineering Works, 689
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland :
  • Address Changed, 296
  • Opening of New Buildings, 580
  • Standardisation and its Relation to the Trade of the Country, Sir J. Wolfe Barry, 680
  • Institution, Incorporated, of Automobile Engineers :
  • Motor Car, Some Problems of the, Dugald Clerk’s Presidential Address, 310
  • Programme of Session, 1908-9, 215, 310
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers :
  • Bristol Meeting, Papers and Programme^ 45
  • Medal Award, 495
  • Graduates’ Association :
  • Commercial Precision Grinding, R. Bishop, 654
  • Engine Testing and Modern Steam Practice, A. Stadelbauer, 80
  • High-lift Centrifugal Pumps, W. Millington, 80
  • Meeting in Manchester, 80
  • Railway Fog and Automatic Signalling, L. Hillier, 537
  • Steam Engine and Boiler Trials, W. Inchley, 448
  • Institution of Mining Engineers :
  • Annual Meeting, List of Papers, 192
  • Headquarters transferred to London, 633
  • Institution of Mining and Metallurgy :
  • Meeting, Announcement of, 390
  • Institution of Municipal Engineers :
  • Meeting of Executive Committee, Applications for Membership, 360
  • Meeting, Officers, Title, 448
  • New Members and Students, 488
  • Institution of Naval Architects :
  • Martell Scholarship Award, 189
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders:
  • Annual Meeting, Dinner, 471
  • Cranes, Electrical Equipment of, J. Brentnall Duekitt, 636, 658
  • Shipyard, System of Control for, W. J. Wilson, 658
  • Institution, Permanent Way :
  • Literature and Membership, 580 Institution, Royal:
  • Juvenile Lectures, The Wheel of Life, Professor W. Stirling, 552, 653
  • Meetings, and Elections, 52, 496
  • Programme for Winter, 633
  • Society, Aeronautical, of Great Britain:
  • Wright and Farman Aeroplanes, Lanchester, 627
  • Society of Arts, Royal:
  • Annual General Meeting, 20
  • Election of Chairman, 73
  • Society of Arts, Royal Scottish :
  • Opening of Session; Awards of Medals and Prizes, 537
  • Slide Valve Gears, Apparatus for Study and Design, A, R. Horne, 581
  • Society of Engineers:
  • Amalgamation with Civil and Mechanical Engineers’ Society, 658
  • Elections ; Premium Awards, 669
  • Visit to Dover Harbour, 336
  • Society, Faraday:
  • Meeting and Elections, 38
  • Society, Manchester Geological and Mining :
  • China Clay, G. Hiekling, 19
  • Meeting, 19
  • Temperatures at which Coal and Wood will Ignite, H. Hall, 19
  • Society, Physical:
  • Exhibition, 607
  • Society, Royal Agricultural:
  • Meeting, 592
  • Society, Royal Meteorological:
  • Balloon Ascents in the British Isles, Registering, C. J. P. Cave, 658
  • Balloon Observations at Ditcham Park, C. J. P. Cave, 658
  • Kites, Scientific, Some Forms of, E. S. Bruce, 658
  • Society, Siemens Stafford Engineering : Conversazione and Exhibits 600
  • BALLOON Conductivity, Possible Dangers, 269 ; Dirigible, Ville de Paris, 541
  • Trials, Military, in Italy, 489 I
  • Barometer, Electric, 671
  • Bauxite in France, Export and Uses of, 117
  • Bilbao Electrical Supply, 193
  • Blackfriars Bridge Subway, 167
  • Blast Furnace of New Design, 593
  • Furnaces and Pig Iron Output in Belgium, 167
  • Board of Trade Census Schedules for Various Trades, 641

Boilers:

  • Boiler Explosion Inquiry at Harrington Ironworks, 65
  • Locomotive, 641 at Stanton Iron Company’s Works. Report, 323
  • BOTTLE Factory at Dusseldorf, 201
  • Machine, Glass, Owen Patent, 201
  • Brazil Floating Docks, 252
  • Trade and Commercial Statistics, 489

Bridges:

  • Bridge over the Wear from Deptford to Southwick, Important Advantages Anticipated, 91
  • Chicago Bascule, 593
  • Mississippi, Lift Bridge Across, 619
  • Penryn Swing, 351
  • Quebec, Rebuilding, 461
  • Walney, Opening, 193
  • Wear, at Sunderland, 433
  • BRIQUETTES, Shedlock Patent Manufacture, 245
  • British Trade in Newfoundland Ousted by American, 39
  • Building Piaster Dried by Gas Heat, 641
  • CALCIUM Carbide for Laying Dust, 405
  • Calculating Machine, B. Baden-Powell, 382
  • Canadian Iron and Steel Trade with Britain and United States, Comparison, 245
  • Canals—see Harbours and Waterways
  • Carbon Dioxide, Apparatus for Estimating, 39
  • Carnegie Institution’s Ship for Study of Magnetic Conditions, 671
  • Cement Mill, Large, in California, Electric- driven, 167
  • Census of Production Act and Hull Chamber of Commerce, 275
  • Centrifugal Pumps, Turbine-driven, for New York Fire-boats, 65
  • Chemical and other Imports into Syria, International Comparison, 645
  • Chemistry, International Congress of. Applied, Programme, 76 ; Appointments in Metallurgy and Mining Section, &c., 104, 669
  • Chimney in Montana, Tallest in the World, 39
  • China, Mineral Deposits in, 513
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, Diploma and Certificate Awards, 116 Programme of Lectures, 448
  • Clock, 40ft. Diameter Dial, Illuminated, 323 Clocks in the City, Synchronisation, and Greenwich Mean Time, 167
  • Electrically-controlled System, 619

Coal, Collieries, and Coke:

  • Coal Analysis before Purchase, 513
  • Costly, for Russian Railways, 323
  • Discovery in Kemagh, Turkey, 212 Imports in Brazil, 489
  • British-borne, to Havre, 167 to Spain, 351
  • United States, 219
  • Mine Accident Statistics in United States, 351
  • Miners’ Wages in Monmouthshire, 193
  • Mines in Austria, Municipal Ownership Discussed, 117
  • and Patent Fuel Imports into Martinique, 545
  • Trade between Newcastle and Dusseldorf, 201
  • Volatile Matter in, 615
  • Washing Tests at St. Louis Laboratory 141
  • Yorkshire Trade, and the Railways, 653
  • Coals and Gas Calculations, Variations, 667
  • Coke Output in the United States, 245
  • COAST Erosion near Brighton, 501
  • Coin Counting Machine, Electric, 671
  • College, Dundee University, New Laboratories, 405
  • Glasgow Technical, Dyeing Department Equipment, 496; Scientific Society, Meeting, Lecture on Radium, Professor Soddy, 552
  • Heriot-Watt, Engineering Laboratories, 167, 317
  • Leith Technical, Model for Shipbuilding Instruction, 384
  • Royal Naval, Dartmouth, Passing-out List, 198
  • Trondhiem Technical, in Course of Eric- lion, 669
  • University, London, Annual Dinner, 578
  • Colour Photography, New Process, 141

Concrete:

  • Concrete, Effect of Locomotive Gases on, 433 Ferro-, for Ship Construction, 461 and Mortar, Temperature of, 619 Pavement, Hassam Type, 645 Pules, Weaving, 126
  • Reinforced, Air Shaft and Fan-house in Cincinnati Coal Mine, 433
  • Fences and Stock Pens in Chicago, 615 for Water Pipes at Clydebank, 539
  • Steel in, National Physical Laboratory Experiments, 104
  • Wall-building by New Method, 351
  • COPPER Conductors Protected by Oil Coating, 645
  • Production in Alaska, 593 from Waste Bronze, 193 Wire Scrap for Brassmakiog, 219
  • Corundum and Emery as Abrasives, 405
  • Cotton Mill Machinery, Better Protection of Workers Necessary, 193
  • Crane, Large Tower, for Vulcan Shipbuilding Yard at Vegesak, 91
  • Travelling Jib, Norel Type, 645
  • Cranes, Hydraulic, for Devonport Dockyard, 167
  • Crystal Palace School of Engineering, Certificates Awarded, 678
  • Cullinan Diamond, Cutting and Polishing, 297
  • Cummings, D, C., Retirement from Boilermakers’ Society and Appointment to Labour Department of Board of Trade, 308
  • Cupola Lining Improvements, 193
  • DAM, Roosevelt, in Arizona, Record Capacity 405
  • Damascus, Electric Lighting and Tramways for 167
  • Danish Customs, New Tariff, 297
  • Devonport Dockyard Improvement for Various Government Services, 433
  • Diamond Fields’ Pioneers’ Association, 442
  • Ditch-Cutting Machine in California, 66
  • Dock, Graving, for Burntisland, 554
  • Increased Accommodation Needed for Hamburg, 461
  • Leith Graving, Completion Projected, 377 London and South-Western, at Woolston, 593
  • Vulcan Floating, 507
  • Docks, Floating for Brazil, 252
  • Docks—see also Harbours
  • Dover, South Breakwater Reconstruction after
  • Red Star Liner Collisiou, 242
  • Drainage, Intercepting Traps, 527
  • Dredge, Hydraulic, for Water Supply Reservoir, near Washington, 323
  • Dredger for New Zealand, the Mawhera, Simons, 413
  • Trailing Suction, for Tasmania, the Macquarie, Simons, 446
  • Dredging Operations at Havre. 117
  • Durban as a Coaling Station, 269
  • Dust Problem, International Road Congress, 192, 405, 433
  • Use of Calcium Carbide, 405
  • Dynamite, “Red Cross,” with Low Freezing Point, 141
  • Thawing of, 338

Electrical Matters:

  • Alternating-current Problems, Simple Solution, 297
  • Alternator, Copper and Iron Proportions, 513
  • Arc, High-frequency, Efficiency of, 219
  • Cables, Increased Self-induction, by Krarup’s Method, 269
  • and Rat Destruction, 433
  • Chicago’s Municipal Electrical Supply, Cost of, 619
  • Electric Current Production Expenses in Isolated Plants, 245
  • Delivery Van, 5-Ton, Experimental, in Pittsburg, 245
  • Development in Japan, 619 Equipment in Bavaria, Manufacturers’ Petition, 11
  • Energy for Paris from the Rhone Scheme Projected, 269
  • Furnaces, Heroult. 141
  • Laboratory for Oxford University, 65 Live Wires, Safety Measures, 619 Omnibuses with Overhead Supply but no Rails, 433
  • Phenomena in Bolivia, 433 Power Development in Colorado, 245 in Peru ; Unsatisfactory Conditions, 193
  • Scheme at Fiume, 541
  • Station Consuming Peat only, in Prussia, 117
  • Transmission Scheme in Ontario, 193, 619
  • Standardising, Testing and Training Institution, Maxwell Scholarship. 19 Steering Gear for Russian Cruiser Rurik, 474
  • Units, International Conference, 147, 373
  • Electricity Displaces Steam in British Columbia Mining, 65
  • as a Preservative of Wood against Insects, 219
  • Supply Bill, London, 637 Supply for Rome, 461 Electrobus or Petrol, 11 Electro-chemical Cleaning, 323 Electrodes of Magnetic Metal, Electrolytic Treatment, 39
  • Electrometer, Absolute Torsion, Salmon, 201 Electro-technical Commission, International, 384
  • Films, High Resistance for, 65
  • Foses, “Repaired” and otherwise, German Requirements, 645
  • Generating Station Extension, Canadian, at Niagara Falls, 377
  • Generators and Cables for Coal Mines, 645
  • Glasgow Electrical Supply, 513
  • Herzian Waves Receiv^ on Board Ship, 619 Induction Motor in Mining Work, A. W. K. Pierce, 193
  • Motor, Single-phase, Kunkel’s Patent, 351
  • Kite Experiments and Electric Current, 351
  • Leeds Supply Failure, 667
  • Morse Signalling by Arc Lamp, 351
  • Flashing Disc for Teaching, Capt. Rugg’s Invention, 392 Transformers, Oil Cooling for, 377
  • Voltage Increase on Lines of Mustegon-Grand Rapids Co., 297
  • ELECTRO-PLATING, Improvement in, 593
  • Engine for Airship, Light Petrol, 405
  • Allis-Chalmers, 25,000 Horse-power Rolling Mill, 377
  • - 4000 Horse-power Double Horizontal Steam, Van den Kerchove, 39
  • Erection in America, Rapid, 26 High-speed, Satisfactory Test, 541 Engineering Standards Committee, Appointment, 116
  • Exhibition Buildings, Erection and Removal, 296 Manchester Electrical, 80
  • Explosion of Gelignite, Home-office Report, 215 Explosive Factory for Belgium and Holland, 297
  • FERRO-SILICON Alloys in Chemical Industries, Jouve, 156
  • Fire Boat, Petrol Motor, for South America, Merryweather, 384
  • Boats for Chicago, Turbo-electric-driven, 91
  • Brigades, London Private, 336
  • Control Instruments. Experiments, 117
  • Engine, Motor, for Rochdale, Merryweather, 440
  • Floats, Successful Work by Merry weather’s Float at Genoa, 206
  • Fireproof Clay, Self-glazing, 65
  • Fire-resisting Construction Permits in America, 603
  • Flight, Mechanical, Eric Bruce on, 645
  • “Fludor”and “Tinol” for Soldering, Comparison. 323
  • Flue Gas Analysis, 56/
  • Fluorspar, at Home and Abroad, 269
  • Flying Machine, Russia’s First, 73 Competition, Russian, 89
  • Fog Dissipated by Electricity, 671
  • Forest Experiment Stations Proposed in Western America, 461
  • Fires in the United States, Losses by, 489
  • French Government Aid Aerial Locomotion, 541
  • Fruit Tree Spraying Machines, 549
  • Fuel Gas Analysis, 567
  • and Water Power in the United States; Need for Economy, 489
  • Fulton, Robert, and Torpedo Invention, 433 |
  • GAS and Air Mixing for Gas Engine, 297
  • Conduits, Method of Cleansing, 167
  • Companies’ Proposed Organisation to Meet Coalowners’ Price, 433
  • Engine, Producer, History of Progress, 405 Propulsion of H.M.S. Rattler, 250 Engineers’ Claims more in Evidence than Substantiated, 377
  • Flow from Gravel in Alluvial Mines, 297
  • Making at Coatbridge, 563 Natural, Supplies Kansas City, 223 and Oil Wells in Idaho, 167
  • Pipe Fittings and Standardisation of Screw Threads, United States Exhibits in France, 245
  • Pressure, Calorific Power of, 619 Suction, Plants for Mines, 645
  • Gasoline Escape Warning Apparatus, 593
  • Gauge, Recording Draught, for Boilers on the Rand, Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, 141
  • Glasgow, Cross-river Facilities, 147, 442 Industries and Foreign Patents, 554
  • Glass Industry Extension in United States, 11
  • Gold Dredging in California, Increasing Output, 91
  • Output from Gold Coast, 245
  • Production in Madagascar, 541
  • Grain Storage in Russia, 513
  • Gun, Test of, Sir Hiram Maxim’s Silent, 269
  • Gyroscopes, Schlick, on Board Ship, 478

Harbours and Waterways:

  • Antwerp and Liege Canal Improvements, 224
  • Proposed Canal to the Rhine, 461 Buenos Aires Port Extensions, 541 Berlin-Stettin Canal, 269
  • Canal and Waterway Improvement in Italy 405
  • Chicago and New York, Water Communication Projected, 269
  • Cluny Harbour Extension, 39
  • Dieppe Harbour Works, Progress, 117
  • Dover, South Breakwater Reconstruction after Red Star Liner Collision, 242
  • Exeter and Bristol Canal Projected, 433
  • Honolulu Harbour, Dredging of, 619
  • Inland Waterways in Chins, 433
  • Marseilles Canal, Rival to Railway, 323
  • Odessa, New Grain Harbour Projected, 461
  • Otaru Harbour, Japan, Projected Improvement, 405 I
  • Panama Canal, Steam Shovel Records, 461
  • Plymouth, Harbour Works Proposed in Wembury Bay, 567
  • Portsmouth, Deep Water Lock, Construction Begun, 242
  • Rangoon, Port Improvement, 658
  • Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation, 180
  • Southampton Harbour Board and London and South-Western Railway, 645
  • Valparaiso Harbour Improvement, 433
  • HEATING by Waste Engine Heat, 541
  • Helium Liquefied by Professor Ohnes, 141
  • Heriot Watt College, Edinburgh, New Engineering Laboratories, 167, 347
  • Hop-drying Plants, Prize Offered by Royal Agricultural Society, 390
  • Hydro-electric Plants, Progress in Italy. 405
  • Station for Iron Mine in Canada, 541
  • ICE in Canadian Water Power Plants, Successful Methods of Combating, 122
  • Illumination and the Eye, Gradle, 117 Ink^^rasing by Machinery for Drawing-offices, Inventions and Designs Act, India, 420

Iron and Steel:

  • Belgian Iron and Steel Exports, 461
  • Ineot, Nickel Steel, Cammell Laird s Record. 351 ’
  • Iron Foundry in Colombia, South America, 141 Ore Output in Russia, 297
  • Weighing in Italy, 513
  • Production of Great Britain, 593 and Steel and other Exports from Great Britain, Statistics, 377
  • Imports into Barcelona, 269
  • Institute at Middlesbrough Progress in Cleveland Iron and Steel Industries, W. Hawdon 277 ’
  • Trade with Canada, 245 Trades Association, British, Mr Jeans’ Retirement, 104 Pig, Belgian Output. 11, 167, 193 Production in France, 351
  • Germany, 645 m T» United States, 351 Trade ^Prospects, 91
  • Steel Bands instead of Leather Belting for Power Transmission, 39
  • Mr. Carnegie and Cost of Production in United States, 645
  • in Concrete, National Physical Laboratory Experiments, 104
  • Mine Cars for Anthracite Coal Mmes in Pennsylvania, 167
  • Rock Drill, Analysis, 567
  • Substituted for Malleable Iron, 2iy
  • IRRIGATION Pumping Plant for Mexican Sugar Plantation, 297 .
  • - Tanks Proposed for Madras Presidency, 567
  • Italian Ports Improvement, 106
  • JAPANESE Cold Storage Cara, 90
  • - Dockyard Extension, 433
  • - Machinery Imports, 39
  • - Mountain Peak Illuminated by Electricity, 297
  • - Telegraph Material Imports, 3/7
  • KITE, Man-lifting, Experiments, 461
  • - Prize Offered, 593
  • LABORATORIES—sec Heriot Watt College Lamp, Arc, Efficiency Improvement, 593
  • German Glow, New Form, 567 Incandescent, Elastic Suspension for Metallic Filament, 297
  • Lead Furnace Crucibles, Cleaning, 645 Poisoning Statistics, 219
  • World’s Production in 1907, 117
  • Liconite, New Compound similar to Rubber, 91
  • Lift, Automatic Electric Passenger, 130
  • Liquid Air Plant, Tests at University of Illinois 167
  • Longitude Determination by Wireless Telegraphy, 671
  • Looms, Japanese Hand, Importation into China, 405
  • Lumber in the United States, Odd Lengths, 567,
  • MACHINE-WORKING Time Recorder, 461
  • Machinery Manufacture in Westphalia and Rhenish Provinces, Depressed State, 91
  • Magnesium in Brass Manufacture, 593
  • Magnetic Survey in the Pacific Ocean, 269
  • Manchester Steam Users’ Association, Report, 54
  • Manganese Iron Ore in Elba, 433
  • Marble, Artificial Production, 619
  • Mather and Platt: Sir William Mather’s Jubilee, 87
  • Metallic Aluminium Consumption in United States, 593
  • Mexican Protective Tariff and Steel Rails, 245
  • Mica, Experiments with High Voltage Gradient, 645
  • Mica Production in the United States, 219
  • Mine aux Mineurs in Liquidation, 619
  • Mines Drainage and Coal Recovery in Staffordshire, 167
  • Shaft Sinking by Poetsch Freezing Process, 11
  • of the British Empire, Statistics, 91 Statistics, Indian, 351
  • Mineral Industry in France, Society’s Jubilee, 11 Output from New South Wales, 215 Value Statistics in United Kingdom, 433 Water Found in Cornwall, 11
  • Mining Accident Insurance, 593 Possibilities in Bolivia, 433 Prospects in Panama, 489 Statistics and White Miners on the Rand, 351
  • Work at Record Speed in the Rand, 11
  • Motor Car Services Proposed in Verona, 461 Cars and Induction Coil Adjustment, 117 Kit, Small, Avery and Roberts, 388 Omnibuses for Conveyance of French Miners, 39
  • Excessive Speed, Identification and Checking, 219 on the Increase, 377 in the Tyrol, 1^
  • Shows in France, 65
  • Traction in Rostov, Unsuccessful Attempt. 297
  • Tractor Trials, War-office Competition, 562
  • Municipal Poblic Works in Germany, Statistics. 377
  • Work and Minimum Wage, 461
  • NAVAL Officers, Courses of Instruction for, 152
  • New York Subway, Heat Prevention Measures 297
  • Niagara Palls, Investigation by Government, 11
  • OIL Discovery in Madagascar, 660
  • - High-pressure Cylinder, U.S.A. Treasury Requirements, 167
  • - Lubricating, for China, Greatly Increased Import, 541
  • - Testing for Cylinders, 141
  • Oiling Small Machines and Tools, 433
  • Opera by “ Wireless.” 297
  • Ore Concentration, Comparison of Minerals 405
  • Oxygen, Commercial Production of, Law’ Case Appeal, 52
  • PAINT as a Heat Indicator for Machine Parts, 117
  • Tests, Valuable Results, 91
  • Panama, General Improvement in Conditions, 513
  • Patent Act, New, and Unemployment, 418 Law and Effect on Belgium, 567 Restoration Applied for, Bearings Improvements, 126
  • Peat Fuel in Sweden, 405
  • Peters, Dr. Theodor, of the Verein Deuisciter Death, 277
  • Petrol Consnmption in Britain, 323
  • Petroleum, Crude, World’s Production for 1907, 141
  • Oils Tested by Calorimeter, 645
  • Output in California, 93
  • Production in the United States, 461 Regulations fjr Sale and Transport, 671
  • Unrefined, for Heating Purposes, 607
  • Phosphates, Rich Deposits in the Society Islands, 65
  • Platinum Output in Columbia, 513
  • Ports—Harbours and Waterways
  • Portland Cement Production in United States, 245
  • Portsmouth Deep-water Lock, Construction Begun, 242
  • Dockyard, Additional Labour, 498
  • Powder Tests in France, 513
  • Power Scheme for Rome, Hydraulic and Steam Generation, 167
  • Pump, Largest yet Built in Cape Colony,
  • QUEENSFERRY Works, Willans and son’s, for Sale, 242
  • Quicksilver Production in United States,
  • RADIO-TELEGRAPHIC Stations, 55.5
  • Radium Discoveries in Saxony, 461 Institute for Vienna, 141 from Sea Water off Irish Coast, 11

Railways and Tramways:

  • Accra-Akwapim New Railway, 646
  • Accumulator Cars on Main Lines, 297
  • Mainz to Munster, Weight and Energy Consumption, 659
  • for Prussian Railways, 344, 541
  • Alfreton and Clay Cross Railway, Accommodation, 567
  • Alpine Electric Railways, 693
  • American Methods of Railway Accounting, 671
  • Argentine Metre-gauge Railway Projected, 269
  • Assam-Bengal Light Railway Extension, 489
  • Australian Trans-Continental Railway Survey, 346
  • Austrian State Railway Authorities and Electrification of Alpine Railways, 351
  • Automatic Stop, Trial on Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 593
  • Baden, Grand Duchy, Electric Traction Scheme, 117
  • State Railway Electrification, 461
  • Baghdad Railway, Construction Resumed, 91 Railway Extension, German Survey, 39
  • Bahia’s Railway System, 219
  • Barcelona’s Excellent Tram Service, 219
  • Bavarian Railways, Scheme for Electrification, 245
  • Berlin State Railway Electrification, 405
  • Bernese Alps, Conversion of Line to Electric Traction, 167, 245
  • Bishopsgate-street Widening and Tramway, 117
  • Board of Trade Railway Returns 54
  • Bolivian Railway Extension, How to get to La Paz, 218, 433, 461
  • Bournemouth Tram Car Accident, Board of Trade Report, 323
  • Brake, Emergency, for Tramcars, Pringle’s, 117
  • Test Records, Maximum, 19
  • Brakes, Great Western and the Board of Trade, 671
  • Brazil Railways, Opened and under Construction, 528
  • British and American Railways, Comparison of Statistics, 65
  • Buenos Aires and Tube Railways, 693
  • Buffalo and Roches er Railway Company, Train Running by Schedule, 323
  • Cable Railways Replaced by Electric Lines in Chicago, 540
  • Calais Electric Tramways, 117
  • Californian Railways, Steam and Electric in Existence and Projected, 141
  • Canada, Cars Shortage, 489 Various Railway Extensions, 645 Railway Commission of, 223
  • Canadian Northern Railway, Toronto to Sudbury Jjine, 167
  • Pacific Railway, Baggage Statistics, 261 ; Report, 385
  • Railways Sold, 297
  • Trans-Continental Railway, Predicted Cost, 65, 226
  • Cars for Transport of Automobiles by Railway, 489
  • Central Essex Light Railway, Progress, 193 Ixindon and Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railways, Connection by Holborn Subway, 645
  • Railway, Proposed Extension, 593
  • Ceylon Railway Extension, 141
  • Chamonix to Mer de Glace Railway Opened, 193
  • Chicago Elevated Railway Extension, 297 Noise Elimination
  • Experiments, 323, Street Railways, Rehabilitation, 351
  • Chinese Railway Enterprise, 167, 513
  • Officials and the British Section, 39
  • City and South London Railway Fire, Board of Trade Report, 323
  • Coal for Austro-Hungarian Railways, 567 Carrying Railways of the United States, Operating Results, 438
  • Companies and Scotch Railways, Recrimination Proposals, 269
  • Yorkshire, and Railway Contracts, 653 Concrete, Reinforced, for Tramway Poles, 513 Telegraph Poles for Pennsylvania Railroad, 297
  • Corean Railway Extension and Improvement. 377, 433 ’
  • Costa Rica Railway Company’s Improvement, 219
  • Derailment at Newcastle, 405 Dutch Railway from Stavoren to German Frontier, 11
  • East India Railway, Lost Rolling Stock. 433
  • Electric Headlights for Locomotives, 297
  • Locomotive for Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company, 645 for Coal and Goods Haulage in Indiana, 489 for Train Shunting in Berlin, 489
  • Railways, Great Increase in the United States, 219
  • Narrow-gauge, in the Bavarian Alps, 167
  • Projected in Switzerland, 245
  • on the Zugspitze, 167 Tramway Projected between Pamplona and Sanguesa, 513
  • Electrification of Prussian Railways, Extensive Project, 489
  • of Railways in the Austrian Tyrol, 489
  • of State Railway between Basel and Zell, 297
  • Fire Extinguishers for Canadian Railway Coaches, 269
  • Precautions for London Electric Railways, 619
  • Florence Railway Station Enlargement, 489 Formosa, Railway Extension by Japanese, 433 Freight Cars, Idle, in America, Statistics, 297
  • French Government Purchase Western Railway, 65
  • and Swiss Electric Extensions, 65
  • Gasoline Motor Gar for Interurban Electric Railway Line, 377
  • Genoa to Busalla Electric Railway, 65 Street Railway, Long Tunnel, 193
  • German Railway Statistics, 1906-7, 242 Truck Union, 693
  • South-West African Railway Opened,
  • Africa, Railway Concession from Portuguese Government, 461
  • Grand Trunk Pacific Line Extension. 66
  • Great Eastern Railway Locomotive Department Annual Dinner, 563 Light Railway Projected, 269 Railway, March Station Improvements, 219
  • Western Improvements in South Wales. 567
  • Guatemala and San Salvador Railway, Extension, 141, 246, 323
  • Hankow-Chengtu Railway Projected, 219
  • Haslingden Tramways and Electrical Supply Difficulties, 167
  • Hejaz Railway, Progress made from Damascus towards Medina, 167
  • Opened at Medina, 377; Effect, 405
  • Highways Committee, L.C.C., Tramways Report, 671
  • Horwich Railway Mechanics’ Institute Engineering Club, 669
  • Hudson Bay Railway Survey, 193 Indian Railway Returns, 141, 245
  • Interlaken-Grindelwald Rack and Pinion Railway to be Electrified, 351
  • Inter-Oceanic Railway, Conversion to Standard Gauge, 433
  • Italian State Railway Electrification, 613
  • Japanese Railway Extension, 91, 619
  • Railways Increased Traffic ; Demand for Rolling Stock, 141
  • Kansas City, Mexico, and Orient Railway; Progress and Advantages, 39
  • Kara Sea to Siberian River Obi, Railway Projected, 45
  • Keelung to Takow Railway Progress, 11 Knott End Railway Extension, Progress, 167 Lagos Railway, Progress, 39
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Diminished Service, 405
  • Humber Docks, Projected, 461
  • Leghorn, Improved Railway Communication, 433 . ,
  • Level Crossings in Belgium, Proposed Abolition, 461
  • on Swiss Railway: Automatic Closing of Gates, 461 Libyan Desert Railway, 351
  • Light Railway Commissioners’ Orders Confirmed, 65, 117, 167, 193, 269, 297, 461, 541. 671 Locomotive Boiler Explosion in France, 193 Locomotives, Electric or Steam, Comparison, 541
  • Headlights, Electric, 297 British, Replace German, for Chili, 91
  • Output by Philadelphia Firm, 323
  • Loetschberg Tunnel, Rapid Progress, 11
  • London Bridge and Victoria Railway Electrification, 193
  • London and North-Western and Caledonian Railways Corridor Trains, 65 Lighting Experiments, 323 Midland, and Great Northern
  • Cease Running Competitive Trains to Inverness, 377 Non-Stop Run from Euston to Rhyl, 91
  • London and South-Western Accident, Board of Trade^Report, 567
  • Railways and Tramways {continued'):
  • London and Mechanical Engineers* Department Moved from London to Eastleigh, 567
  • Lorenzo-Marques Railway Extension, 351 Manganese Steel for Tramway Tracks, 91 Marseilles Traffic: Paris-Lyons-Mediterranean New Railway, 297
  • Massachusetts, Increased Railway Mileage, 11 Melbourne Suburban Railways, Proposed Electrification, 91, 323
  • Mersey Railway Company, Changes in Management, 65
  • Metal Sleepers Tested near Lucknow, 461 Metropolitan Railway, Improved Train Service, 351
  • Midi Railway Company’s New Lines, 297 Midland Anti-vibration Corridor Train. 11
  • Railway’s New Signal Light. 297 Railway Shop Extensions at Derby, 619 Staff Reductions, 461 ; (Correction, Letter, Clement Stretton, 497) Monorail Projected for New York, 619
  • Montreal Terminus, Scheme by Grand Trunk Railway, 567
  • Moscow Circular Railway Completed, 117 Electric Tramway Extension, 65 Odessa Railway Communication, 461
  • Mountain Railway, Electric, 10,000ft., 11
  • Natal Government Railway Mileage, 65
  • Railway Extension Projected, 9
  • New Haven Railway, Success of Electrification. 541 ’
  • South Wales, Accident Statistics, 405 York, New Haven and Hartford Railway Overhead Contact Difficulties, 593 ; Proposed Further Electrification, 645
  • New Haven and Hartford Railway, Providence Tunnel Pierced, 219
  • Nice Railway Communication, Progress, 39
  • Nine Elms Goods Yard Improvements, 433
  • North British Railway, Reduction of Labourers’
  • Working Hours, 433
  • Station at Newtongrange, 167 and Caledonian Railways, Proposals for Increased Economy, 433
  • Eastern Railway, Maximus Brake Test Records, 19
  • London Railway Report, 167 Staffordshire Railway’s Six - coupled Radial Tank Engines, 567 Nottingham to Hull, Proposed Railway, 461
  • Odessa Exchanges Horse Wagons for Electric Tramways, 433, 619
  • Oregon Electric Railway and Telegraph Wire Troubles, 351
  • Outram-way Closed in Derbyshire, 219
  • Overhead Electric Railway, Narrow Gauge, in Switzerland, 461
  • Wire Rope Tramway for San Francisco Lime Company, 593
  • Paraguay, French Company Apply for Concession for Railway, 11
  • Pay-as-you-enter Cars for Chicago, 541 Minneapolis, 323
  • Pennsylvania Railroad, Long Service Employes,
  • near New York, Mode of Traction Uncertain, 167
  • Projected Electric Traction, 541
  • Projected Track of Oak Blocks in Concrete, 671
  • Record Punctuality, 219
  • Record Speed Run to Test Bridges, 250
  • Using Concrete Telegraph Polos, 297
  • Peruvian Railways Conducted on American Lines, 193
  • Petrol-Electric Locomotives in America, 405 Philadelphia Locomotive Output, 11
  • Subway and Elevated Railway, 193
  • Piraeus, Athens, and Larissa Railway, 269
  • Portland and Salem Electric Railway, 117
  • Portuguese Railways in the Mhambane and Mozambique Districts, 167
  • Prussian Railways, Accumulator Cars, 344, 541
  • Rail Bonds, Car for Testing, 619
  • Rails on^Madras Railway too Light for Traffic, Thrust of Wheels on, 11
  • Railway Capital and Labour, Discussion, 91
  • Club, Superheating Apparatus for Locomotives, J. F. Gairns, 526
  • Couplers, Automatic, Italian College Competition, 189, 193
  • Reserve Men in America, 671 Servants’ Returns, 671 Traffic Returns, 593
  • Railways, Irish and London Tube, Comparison of Cost. 334
  • Rating of the Great Northern Railway, 126 Rhodesian and Cape to Cairo Railway Extension, 39, 193, 567, 645
  • Ricken Tunnel Difficulties, 541
  • Rolling Stock Lost on Russian Railways, 86
  • Rosenberg Train-lighting Equipment, Trial on Austro-Hungarian Railways, 141
  • Roumania Railway and Port Extensions, 513
  • R^^sia, South-West, Need of More Railways, Russian Railway Electrification Discussed, 297 Mileage, 269 Orders, Great Decline, 39 Railways, Coal for, 323
  • Mileage and Receipts, 167
  • St. Petersburg to Kieff Railway, Progress, 193 Nicolas Railway Station, Rebuilding Projected, 193
  • Scotch Expresses, Private Conference, 567 Railway Charges and Fares, Changes, z3
  • Railways and Coal Companies, Recrimination Proposals, 269
  • Mineral Traffic Economy, 593
  • Servian Rolling Stock Made in Germany, 167 Shanghai and Ningpo Railway, Successful Construction by Chinese, 141
  • Sheffield and Warrington Electric Railway, Projected, 141
  • Siberian Railway, Automatic Registration of Trains and Cars, 351 Connections, Surveys, 11
  • Siberian Railway, Director Appointed, 9 Extensions in Central Asia, 193
  • Sicilian Railway, Paterno-Nicosia, 117 Railways Taken Over by Italian Government, 11
  • Signalling, Automatic Block, Reliability, 645 Lamp, for Boston Street Railway, 513
  • on Midland Railway, New Type of Light, 297
  • Simplon Tunnel, Satisfactory Verdict on Electrification of Railway, 265
  • Singapore-Penang Peninsula Railway Completed, 645
  • Sleepers, Comparative Cost of Iron and Wood, 91
  • Tests with Ferro concrete, 513
  • Snow on Switches, &c., Melted by Oil, 513 South-Eastern Railway, Explanation of Declining Profits, 141
  • Manchurian Railway Connected with Shanghai Mail Steamers, 174
  • Nigerian Railway, Extension Opened, 297
  • Yorkshire Colliery District, New Railway for, 405
  • Spanish Railways, Uniform Gauge Proposed, 433
  • Secondary Railway Projected, 193 Spark Arresters, Gradual Development, 645 Speed Indicators for Tramcars, 141 Station Indicator for Travellers, Automatic, 513
  • Steam Tramways in Italy, 645
  • Steel Rails for Mexican Railways, Home Manufactured, 245
  • Ties for Street Railway Tracks, 117 Subway at South Kensington Opened Free, 671 Swedish Railways, Electrification, 269 Electrification, Large Demand for Electrolytic Copper, 461
  • State Railways, Electrification Experiments, 39
  • Peat Production for, 489
  • Swiss Electric Railway from Gletsch to Dissentes, 513, 619
  • Single-phase Railway, 65
  • Switches, Facing Point, Changed on Pennsylvania Railroad, 11
  • Tehuantepec Railway Extension, 219
  • Ties on Signal System Track Circuits, Treatment by Zinc Chloride or Creosoted, 269
  • Trackless Electric Tramways Projected in Falmouth, 461 Projected in Ireland, 245 Tramways Projected for Manchester, 351
  • Trolley System, Trial in Manchester, 269
  • Traffic Exceeds Facilities in New York, 117 Train Reporting, Effectual System, 513 Tramroad, Old, or Granite Railway, 405 Outram, Closed in Derbyshire, 219
  • Tramway between Lucca and Valdinievolo, 489
  • First-class Cars Projected for Liverpool, 11
  • Working begun, 377 Tramways and Light Railways Association, First Congress, 91
  • Trans-Pyrenian Line, Puymorens Tunnel Commenced, 377
  • Transvaal, Proposed Railway to Louren^o Marques Line, 38
  • Turkish Railway Difficulties, 167
  • Unemployed in the Transvaal, Work Found on Lydenburg Railway, also in Mines, 377
  • Uruguay Railway Extension, 645
  • Venice Station and Bridge Improvements, 405 Vienna Underground Railway for Postal Purposes, 141
  • War Railway Council, Strategic Arrangements, 377
  • Wimbledon and Sutton Railway Connection Proposed, 433
  • York tfilectric Tramways Scheme, 117
  • Station Improvement, 377
  • RAINFALL and Thames Flow, 65 Refrigeration Car in America, New Pattern, 219 on Small Scale, 541
  • River Banks, Trees and their Effect, 405
  • Road Congress, International, and the Dust Problem, 192, 405
  • Making in Lancashire, New System, 567 Tarring Objected to in France, 377 Rock Drill Hose Strengthened by Marline, 297
  • Rosyth Naval Base, Caisson Sinking Delayed, 39 Operations Begun, 323, 433
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Meeting at Gloucester, 440
  • Rubber Bearing Territory, Important Discovery in South America, 117
  • Ceara, Proposed Cultivation in Zanzibar, 208
  • Exhibition at Olympia, 91 New Material to Rival, 323
  • Rugby Engineering Society Conversazione, 532
  • Russian Ironworks Closed after 150 Years’ Work, 91
  • Rivers and High Roads, Improvement Scheme, 102
  • Rust Prevention, Paper by Mr. Thornton-Murray, 91
  • Rusting Experiments, 671
  • Ruston, Proctor’s Annual Dinner, 627
  • SCIENCE Congress, International, at Brussels, 39
  • Scottish Engineers and Shipbuilders, Home for, 446
  • Scrap Metal Exports, 593
  • Seismograph Deficiencies, New Instrument, 141
  • Silenium for Signalling Purposes, 193
  • Sewage Disposal, Residential, by New System, 351
  • Royal Commission Report, 268

Ships and Shipping Matters:

  • Admiralty Casualty Returns for 1901-1908, 269, 377
  • American Lake Shipyard Output, 219
  • Berlin Steamships and Electric Propulsion, 269
  • Board of Trade Return of Unsafe Ships, 541
  • Brazilian Torpedo Destroyer Para, Launch at Yarrow Scotch Works, 65
  • British Naval Work for Private Yards, 377
  • Canadian Shipping to Replace United States
  • Vessels for British Columbia Coastal Trade, 11
  • Clyde Shipyards and the Depression, 66, 245
  • Eight Months’ Shipbuilding, 250 Ten Months’ Shipbuilding, 519- Eleven Months’ Shipbuilding,
  • Commonwealth, H.M. Battleship Fitted with High-power Wireless Telegraphic Service, 245
  • Cruisers, British, H.M. Defence and others, 567
  • Derelict Destroyer, Special Vessel Built, 619
  • Dundee as a Submarine Depdt, 489
  • Etruria, Single Propeller and Engine, 461 Explosives on Board Ship, Unsafe Storage, 671 Ferry Boats on the Rhine, Electric, 405, 513 Steamer for Glasgow, Ferguson, 147
  • French Armoured Cruiser Quinet, 513 Destroyers, Reciprocating Engines or Turbines, 252
  • Naval Estimates, 671
  • German Battleships, Rates of Speed, 245 Dockship Vulcan, 507
  • Liner’s Speed Record from New York, 219
  • Navy League’s Demands, 351
  • Gladiator, Salvage of, 193
  • Greek Torpedo-boat Destroyers Built at Yarrow’s, 117
  • Gunboats for the Danube, Yarrow, 76
  • Hibernia, H.M. Battleship, and Torpedo Experiments, 541
  • Highflyer, H.M. Cruiser, New Equipment for, 323
  • Indomitable’s Achievements and Clydeside, 219 and Dreadnought, Docking at
  • Chatham, 297
  • Japanese Destroyers and Battleships, 219, 351
  • Kennet, River Class Destroyer, Repairs and Wireless Telegraphy Installation, 331
  • Launch, Steam Pilot, the Chin, 418
  • Launches, Petrol and Electric, in Italy, 405
  • Lloyd’s Shipping Returns, 65, 397
  • Lochiel, R.M. Steamer, Fitted with Schlick’s Gyroscope, 478
  • Lusitania’s Speed, 193
  • Magnetic Survey by Special Ships, 269
  • Masts, Military, for United States Warships, 117
  • Mercantile Tonnage, Reduction in Output, 141
  • Mercedes, Steam Collier for Naval Purposes, 567
  • Motor-propelled Pinnaces, MacLaren Bros,, 502
  • Munich, Great Eastern Railway Turbine Steamer, Dimensions and Trial, 485
  • Naval Fighting Tonnage, Comparison between Great Britain and other Nations, 567 Machinery, New Regulations, 513 Strength, International Comparison, 141
  • Navy and Wireless Telegraphy, 269
  • New Zealand, H.M; Battleship, Refit, 555 Norwegian Motor Schooner Saevareid, 297
  • Oil Tank Steamers, Clyde-built, 512
  • Otaki, Twin-screw Turbine Steamer, Denny, 192
  • Para, Brazilian Destroyer, Trials of, 297
  • P. and 0. Liners at Greenock, New, 418
  • Port Defence, Commercial, Admiralty Arrangements, 489
  • Vessels for Rangoon, 658
  • Rittler, H.M.S., Propulsion by Gas Engine, Beardmore, 250
  • Reciprocating and Turbo Propulsion, Combined, 192
  • Red Star Liner Lapland, Launch, 76
  • Russian Battleship Building Difficulties, 39 Designs, Conference at St.
  • Petersburg, 141, 219 Mercantile Marine, 634 Shipbuilding Decrease, 377
  • Safety of Life at Sea, American Commission, 671
  • Screw Propulsion in Shallow Rivers, 418
  • Searchlights and Admiralty Orders, 645
  • Shipbuilding Instruction, Leith Technical College, 384
  • Shipping Casualty Returns, 193
  • Ships’ Lights, Admiralty Order, 578
  • Spanish Naval Contract, 658
  • Steering Gear, Electric, for the Rurik, 474 Suez Canal Tonnage, 219
  • T6m6rajre, H.M. Battleship, Progress of Equipment, 323
  • Searchlight, 541
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers Equipped for Oil Burning, 39
  • Petrol-propelled, Yarrow, 552
  • Turbine Steamers for Irish Service, Denny, 163 Torpedo Boat No. 31, Thornycroft’s Dimensions and Launch, 405
  • Turbines or Internal Combustion Engines for British Cruisers, 653
  • United States Battleship South Carolina, 117 Navigation Bureau, Shipbuilding
  • Report, 39
  • Tonnage, Record-breaking Output, 117
  • Warship Design, American Imitation of British System, 377
  • SHREWSBURY, Weir and Bridge Projected across Severn, 141
  • Silica, Process for Melting and Moulding by Electric Furnace, 489
  • Silver Cyanidation and Manganese, 50^
  • Slide Rule and Logarithms, History of, 65
  • Small Arms Factory Proposed in New South Wales, 245 in Spain, 513
  • Smoke Prevention Exhibition at Sheffield, 512 Sodium and its Properties, 269
  • Sound Direction, Apparatus for Detecting, 489
  • Sparking Plugs for Automobiles, Standardisation, 567
  • Speed Indicators for Tramway and Motor Cars, 117
  • Staffordshire Society, Increased Membership Desired, 242
  • Steam Traps, Geipel’s “Rapidity,” Demonstration, 628
  • Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Sulphuric Acid in Russia, Annual Production, 141
  • Superheat Regulated by Tubes, 619
  • Superheating Regulation with Fluctuating Steam
  • Consumption, 361
  • TABLOID, Burroughs, Wellcome, and Co., 19
  • Tantalite Discovery in India, 693
  • Tantalum Hardening by Oxygen, 297
  • and Tantalite Output, 193
  • Taxation of Gas and Electricity, German and Italian, 613
  • Telegraphic Extension in French West Africa, 193
  • Instruments, Historical Collection of Midland Railway, 117
  • Message Tubes in Bremen, 246
  • Telegraph, Submarine, and Steam Trawlers, 91
  • Telegraphs and Telephones in Natal, 246
  • Telegraphy, Underground, to Penzance. 641, 693
  • Telephone Station in Italy, Highest in the World, 269
  • and Telegraph Wires placed Underground in Melbourne, 22
  • Telephones in Austria, Great Extensions, 615
  • Test for Cylinder Oils, 328
  • Testing, Commercial, by University Laboratory, Opposition, 66
  • Textile Mills in United States, 323
  • Thermo-Electric Couple, Inexpensive Method, 323
  • Timber Destruction by Beetles Avenged by Fungus, 65
  • Testing at Yale University, 405 Valuable, on Hainan Island, China, 405 Tin-plate and French Import Duties, 65 Tin Output in United States and Alaska, 297 ’
  • Torpedo, New Type, Tested in United States, 269
  • Torpedoes, Dirigible, 593
  • Fulton and—see Fulton
  • Tramways, London United and London County Council, 604
  • Tubemakers’ Association, International, Dissolved, 39
  • Tungsten Filament Fracture, To Determine Cause, 323
  • to Increase Resistance, 541 Minerals, Various, 541
  • Tunnel ^Boring Record in Montana, 245 underneath the Elbe at Hamburg, 461 Turbine, 5000-Kilowatt, Willans and Robinson’s,
  • Tests at Manchester, 206
  • Turbines, Exhaust Steam, in German Mining Work, 117
  • Parsons, at Frankfort Electricity Works, 11
  • Turkey, Guns and Ammunition for, 619
  • UNEMPLOYMENT and the Strikes, 193
  • University College : Appointments, New Lectureship, New Engineering Laboratories, Extensions and Equipment, 147 ; Lectures, Programme, 350; Radio-telegraphy and Radiotelephony, Course of Lectures by Professor Fleming, 292, 350
  • VACUUM Pump, Two-stage, for Incandescent
  • Lamp Manufacture, 141
  • Ventilation of High speed Machines, 141
  • Victoria, Gold Output, 167
  • WALL at Spithead as Protection against Naval Attack, 219
  • Watch, Remarkable, at Franco-British Exhibition, 513
  • Water in Hot Springs, Radio-activity, 91
  • Mains and Electrolysis, 567
  • Water Power Plant, Large, in Japan, 593
  • of Great Value in Certain of the American States, 117
  • Plant, Swiss, on Lcentsch River, 193
  • Resources of Foreign Countries, 489 in Scottish Highlands, 563

Water Supply:

  • Aberdeen, 461
  • Argentina, for Agricultural Purposes, 567
  • Buenos Aires Water Supply and Drainage, 433
  • Devonport, Storage Extension, 193
  • Glasgow, 444
  • Madras Presidency, 39
  • Metropolitan Board, Island Barn Reservoir, 405 Report, 167
  • Paris and its Water Supply, Various Suggestions, 269
  • In Pennsylvania, Standard Set up, 513
  • Rand, 206
  • Stirling, 297
  • Sucre, Bolivia, Water-tube Transportation Difficulties, 433
  • Wormhill, 65
  • WATER Tank, Large Steel, Successful Moving, 167
  • Welding by Oxy-Acetylene Flame, 269
  • Wind-press are Experiments at National Physical Laboratory, 323
  • Wire and Radio-Telegraphy, Joint Connection between Lima and Ignitos, 167
  • Rope Stresses, 671
  • Wireless Equipment for Hibernia and King Edward VII., 351
  • Message to Australia, 141
  • Service at a Penny per Word, 671
  • Telegraphic Service, Radiotelegraphic Convention, 11, 39, 117
  • Telegraphy at Algiers and Oran, 593 Conference, Results in France, 593 for Dominica, 11 Experiments at Aidershot, 167
  • Fittings for the Navy, 269, 351
  • in French Manoeuvres 297
  • Wireless Telegraphy in Germany, 351
  • for Great Eastern Railway Steamers, 39
  • High-power Service, for H.M. Battleship Commonwealth, 245
  • in Japan, Land and Sea, 39 Marconi Apparatus for the Mersey, 117
  • Progress and Extensions at Home and Abroad, 377, 541
  • Regulations in British East Africa, 671
  • Station, Admiralty, near Grimsby, 572
  • Station at Bolt Head, Sal- combe, 645
  • Telephony, Dr. De Forest’s Expectation of Connection between Paris and New York, 219 in France, 193, 219 for German Manoeuvres, 245
  • for the Navy, Dr. De Forest’s Tests at Portsmouth, 377
  • for Opera Lovers, 297 Wood-testing by Microscope, 461
  • Works, Rolls Royce, in Derby, Opening, 76
  • YORKSHIRE Miners’ Association, Annual Demonstration, 76
  • ZEPPELIN Airship, 73
  • Zinc, German Output 65

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