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The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.

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  • ABSORPTION and Adsorption with Reference to the Radio-active Emanations, Dr. E. W. Doyle, 275
  • Acetic Acid Importation into Servia Forbidden, 669
  • Acetylene Gas Beacons and Frost, 543
  • Acetylene Lamps and Fog, 275
  • Acetylene for Lighting in Turkey, E03
  • Admiralty Regulations for Mechanicians’ Examinations, 143
  • Admiralty Surveying Staff to Supersede Private Firms, 411

Aeronautics:

  • Advertisement Airships, 248
  • Aerial Warfare, Use of Explosives in, W. F. Reid, 465
  • Aero Club Certificate Regulations, 359
  • Aeronautical Lectures by L. Blin Desbleds, 515
  • Aeroplane Accidents, Small Percentage, 669
  • Aeroplane Flight from Deck of United States Cruiser, 543
  • Aeroplane Increase and the Cloth Trade, 359
  • Aeroplane, Largest in the World, at Wolverhampton, 275
  • Aeroplanes for Scouting, German Orders, 465
  • Air Cruisers for Dropping Explosives, 143 '
  • Airship: Finding Its Height, Captain P. Renard, 515
  • Airships and Gun-fire, Experiments off Plymouth, 303
  • America, Dirigible Airship, 385
  • Anchor for Airships, H. Fuchs, 385
  • Army Dirigible Beta, 89, 515
  • Aviation Certificate Insisted on in Brandenburg, 169
  • Aviation and Electric Transmission Lines, 197
  • Aviators and Cross-country Wires, 669
  • Balloon Ascent for Wireless Telegraphy Experiments, 275
  • Balloons, Dirigible, and Wireless Telegraphy Experiments, 13
  • Flight Altitude Record, 623
  • Kite, Man-lifting, Towed by Warship, Experiments, 245
  • Lanark Aviation Meeting, 52
  • Lectures on Aeroplanes, 452
  • Military Air Corps at Aldershot, 385
  • Monoplane, The Sea Gull, Successful Flight, 89
  • Record Flights by Several Aviators, 182
  • Scottish Aeroplane, 168
  • AFRICAN Trade, Mining and Railway Prospects, 262 .
  • Air Purification in Glasgow, 236
  • Alexandria Harbour Works Progress, 406
  • Alloy of Cobalt and Chromium : Its Special Properties, 411
  • Aluminium-bronze Alloy for French Coinage, 39
  • Aluminium for Vice Jaws, 669
  • American Locomotive Company’s Plant, Electrification of, 410
  • American Manufacturers and Accident Prevention, 169
  • Ammonia Sulphate, Use by German Farmers, 249
  • Architecture Lectures, Banister Fletcher, 393
  • Armour-plate Rolling Mill at Terni Steel Works, 359
  • Asphalt Discoveries in Northern Alberta, 275
  • Astronomer-Royal for Scotland, 597
  • Automobile Factory’s Large Output, 597
  • “ Autoscaler ” Drafting Machine (Correction), 26

Associations, Institutions and Societies:

  • Association, British Foundrymen’s: Aluminium, its Manufacture and Founding, W. Roxburgh, 554
  • Association of Electrical Engineering Students : Conversazione, Meeting, Papers, 655
  • Association of Engineers-in-Charge :
  • Visit to Davey, Paxman’s Shops, 57
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester : Programme of Papers for Session, 400
  • Visit to Manchester Ship Canal and Salt Union Works, 26
  • Association, Geologists:
  • Excursion to West Yorkshire and Harrogate, 73
  • Association of Mining Electrical Engineers ; Electricity in New South Wales Collieries, 704
  • Examination for Membership, 680 Meetings, 274, 680, 704
  • Association, National Electrical Manufacturers:
  • Meetings, 370
  • Institute of Chemistry:
  • Examination Results, 168
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • Andrew Carnegie Research Scholarships, 552
  • Autumn Meeting at Buxton, Programme, 257
  • Institute of Marine Engineers :
  • Electro-magnetic Transmission for Main Propulsion, J. Lecoche, 339, 474
  • Steam Engine Indicator, J. G. Hawthorn, 690
  • Visit to Naval, Mercantile Marine and General Engineering Exhibition, Programme, 154, 339
  • Institute of Metals:
  • Autumn Meeting and Programme, 274
  • Institute, Midland, of Mining, Civil and Mechanical :
  • Meeting and Programme, 478
  • Institute, North of England, of Mining and Mechanical Engineers :
  • Annual Meeting, 155
  • Experiments Illustrative of the Inflammability of Mixtures of Coal Dust and Air, Dr. P. P. Bedson, 400
  • Meeting and Programme, 632
  • Institution' of Civil Engineers :
  • Awards for Papers Published in “Proceedings,” 425
  • Awards for Students’ Papers, 372
  • Palmer Scholarship, 445
  • Students’ Meetings:
  • Steel in Reinforced Concrete Beams, &c.. Ratio of, C. S. Meik, 682
  • Yarrow Educational Fund, 524
  • Institution cf Electrical Engineers :
  • Dinner Postponed, 596
  • Manchester Local Section:
  • Opening Meeting, 474
  • Yorkshire Local Section:
  • Radio-telegraphy, Dr. H. Stroud, 693
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders Scotland:
  • President’s Address, 503
  • Programme for the Session and List Papers, 400
  • Rankine Hall, 231
  • Rankine Portrait, 503
  • The Block Coefficient, P. A. Hillhouse, 502
  • Institution of Gas Engineers :
  • Professorship of Coal, Gas, and Fuel Industries Established, 52
  • Visit of German Association of Gas and Water Engineers, 155, 370, 398
  • Associations, Institutions, and Societies (eontimied)!
  • Institution, Incorporated, of Automobile Engineers :
  • Castellated Shafts, C. E. Larard, 678 Postponement of Paper, 678 Programme for the Session, 342
  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers :
  • Law Relating to Engineering, Lectures by L. W. J. Costello, 84, 402
  • Manufacture of Glass Bottles, B. A. Kupferberg, 487
  • Meeting at Olympia Engineering Exhibition, 97
  • President Elected, 52
  • Presidential Address, Sir J. J. Thompson, 543
  • Recent Developments in Condensing Plants, G. L. Kothuy, 689
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers : Birmingham Meeting, 77
  • Development of Road Locomotion in Recent Years, L. A. Legros, 514
  • Graduates’ Association :
  • Foundry Plant, Machinery and Working, E. Timothy, 503
  • Institution of Mining and Metallurgy : Annual Dinner, 658
  • Institution of Municipal and County Engineers : District Meeting in Dublin ; Programme, 210 International Roads Congress at Brussels, 52, 211
  • Meeting at Guildford and Programme, 400
  • Institution of Naval Architects:
  • Annual and Jubilee Meetings, 530
  • Elgar Scholarships, 1910, 474
  • Grant of Royal Charter of Incorporation, 665 King as Patron, 7
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders:
  • Annual Dinner, 646
  • Meetings, 474, 567
  • Institution, Royal:
  • Christmas Course of Lectures, Professor
  • Silvanus Thompson, 526, 636, 703 King as Patron, 50 Meetings ; Elections, 50, 636 Programme of Lectures, Christmas to Easter,
  • 636, 655
  • Institution of Signal Engineers :
  • Presidential Address; Detection, A. IL Johnson, 554
  • Associations, Institutions and Societies
  • Society of Engineers:
  • Annual General Meeting, First; Council and
  • Officers ; Report, 682
  • Awards for Papers, 682
  • Current Professional Topics, H. C. Adams, 439
  • Lectures on Law relating to Engineering, L. W. J, Costello, 84, 402
  • Society, Glasgow Technical College Scientific : Metallography as an Aid to the Engineer, J. S. G. Primrose, 682
  • Modern Lathes and Methods, R. Lang, 558 Paper Making, W. Watson, 497
  • Society, Illuminating Engineering:
  • Street Lighting Committee, 669
  • Society, Physical, of London :
  • Exhibition of Apparatus, 642
  • Meetings and Programme, 50, 528, 566
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Energy Relations of
  • Certain Detectors, Dr. W. H. Eccles, 197 Society, Rontgen:
  • Radio-activity of Thorium, Professor Rutherford, 684
  • Society, Royal:
  • Awards of Medals, 543
  • Tyndal Research Studentship, 474
  • Society, Royal Agricultural:
  • Exhibition in 1911, 630
  • Society, Royal, of Arts :
  • Albert Medal Awarded to Madame Curie, 50 Candidates for Examination, Increased Number, 465
  • Industrial Pyrometry, Cantor Lectures by C. R. Darling, 554
  • Society, Royal Meteorological:
  • Atmospheric Waves of Short Period, Dr. W.
  • Schmidt, 703
  • Meteorological Significance of Small Wind and Pressure Variations, Capt. C. H. Ley, 703
  • King as Patron, 114
  • Report on Balloon Experiments, Capt. C. H. Ley, 703
  • BAMBOO, Various Uses for, 202
  • Bavarian Engineering, Poor Prospects. 331 Bedford Grammar School Magazine, 646 Belgian Glass Industry Improvement, 411 Belgian Labour Department Statistics, 491 Belle Fourche Dam, South Dakota, Huge Earth Embankment Complete, 275
  • Birmingham Sewage Disposal, 143
  • Birmingham’s Letter from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 571
  • Birmingham Metallurgical Society, Professor Turner’s Address, 69.5
  • Boiler Blow-off Valve, Baltes’ Patent, Roy les. Limited, 85
  • Boiler Corrosion, Zinc as Preventive of, 223
  • Boiler at Fleetwood, Water-tube Failure, 6.5
  • Boiler Sheets, Unequal Expansion, 13
  • Box for Blue Print Paper Roll, 303
  • Brazil Trade, British Share in, 249, 331
  • Bricks, Experiments on Different Classes, 411

Bridges ;

  • Concrete Bridge with Zinc Joinings, 51.5 Glasgow, Proposed New Bridge, 69.5 Hudson River Bridge, Project Abandoned, 543 Mersey Docks and Harbour Board Bridge, 660 New Zealand, Large Reinforced Concrete Bridge, 398
  • Railway Bridges—see also Railways St. Paul’s Bridge, Construction to Proceed, 359 Super-elevation on Bridges, 543
  • BRONZE Workers, Health Precautions, 223
  • Brussels Exhibition Fire : Reopening of British Section, 249
  • Buenos Aires Channel Dredging, 647
  • Building in the Panama Canal Zone Rapidly Increasing, 439
  • Buoys, Gas and Whistling, for South-West Pass, New Orleans, 331
  • CABLES, Circular and Hexagonal, 623
  • Calcutta and Howrah, New Bridge Projected, 359 Canadian New Canal, 543
  • Canadian Rivers, Total Horse-power of, 669 Cars, High Capacity, for Work at Panama, 39 Cement Clinker, Experiments, 439
  • Cement for Rubber and Iron Connection, 39 Cement, Standard Portland, 232
  • Chile, Schemes for Trade Development, 695 China’s Methods for Combating Drought, 89 Chinese Use of Agricultural Machinery : Need for Cautious Dealing, 331
  • Cinder Concrete Resists Fire Tests, 39
  • Clinker and Mineral Refuse, Utilisation of, 39 Clyde Torpedo Factory, 197, 438
  • Coal Discovery near Newark, 249
  • Discovery in Pernambuco, 491
  • Dust Explosibility, United States Bulletin, 385
  • and Forest Resources of Canada, 465
  • and Iron Ore in Skye and Ramsay, 13 Meter to Measure Delivery, 39 Mine Boring at Bewdley, 223
  • Mine Statistics: Newcastle Inspector’s Report, 169
  • Storage, and Berlin Gas Association, 411
  • Submerged Storage in Minneapolis, 249
  • Submerging and Storage Plant in Illinois, 359
  • Wastes, Hydraulic Stowing of, Experiments, 223
  • Coast-watching : Hut Erection, 197 Cofferdams of Sacks of Earth, 465 Coke By-products in South Russia, 275 Collieries’ Use of Electricity, 370
  • Colloidal Solutions, Professor Paterno’s Researches, 439
  • Compass Actuated by Hertzian Waves, Utility in Case of Accident, 303
  • Compressed Air for Cleaning Electric Machinery, 115
  • “Concealed Lighting” Advantages, 571
  • Concrete, Articles on, 332
  • Beams, Cause of Cracks, 571
  • Blocks for Bottom of a Creek at Syracuse, 543
  • Blocks for Structural and Ornamental Work, 491
  • Building, Six-storey Reinforced, 331
  • Covering of Sewage Tanks, Cause of Failure, 439
  • Depositing by Special Cableways for Gatun Dam, 695
  • Floors in Coal and Ore-carrying Wooden Ships, 12
  • Pavement with Expansion Joints, 543 Pavements, Surfacing Mixture, 585 Pipe Line, Unique in Kind and Size, 331 and Reinforced Concrete Piles, H. J. F. Gourley, 597
  • Reinforced, Motor Boat, 677
  • Reinforced, Problem of Varying Diameters of Steel Rods, 65
  • Tests of Effect of Sea-water, 385
  • Water Tanks in French Chimney, 115 Conduction of Heat through Rarified Gases, F. Soddy and A. J. Berry, 571
  • Contract for Capetown, 659
  • Copper-clad Steel, 248
  • Copper Sulphate, United Kingdom Output, 385
  • Corliss Engine for Electrical Supply Station, 571
  • Cornwall, Passing Out Examination, 180
  • Cosletising Process, 465, 500
  • Crystal Palace Engineering School, List of Papers and Awards, 690
  • Crystal Palace Old Students’ Society, Annual Dinner, 526
  • Cushions in Testing Base Plates, Experiments, 39
  • DAM, Chandiere, Across the Ottawa River, 39 Damascus and lee Manufacture, 13
  • Damp Walls, New Method of Drying, Knappen, 646
  • Dangerous Structures: London County Council Report, 249
  • Dew Considered Useless as Adjunct to Water Supply, 275
  • Diamonds in the Pretoria District, 359
  • Dock Works at Methil: Progress, 180
  • Dover: Marine Drive to St. Margaret’s Bay, 515 Drafting Machine, The Autoscaler (Correction), 26
  • Drainage System of Manchester, Scheme, 223 Dredge Shock Arrester, 359
  • Dredger, Peewit, for Bombay, Wm. Simons, 500
  • Drewry Car Company and Birmingham Small Arms Company, 658
  • Dry Blast for Fuel Economy and Increased Production, 597
  • Dusseldorf and Machinery Trade Reports, 303, 359
  • Dust-collecting Machine for Card-rooms, 115 Dutch Patents Act Revived. 115
  • Dutch Shipbuilding Statistics, 331
  • EARTHQUAKE Consequences and Taxation in Italy and Sicily, 197
  • Earth Vibrations, Cause of, Dr. Otto Klotz, 647 East London College: Lectures on Aeronautics, !
  • 577 I
  • Edison’s Patents, 597 I

Electrical Matters:

  • Accumulator Locomotives for Transport in a Works, 143
  • Accumulators, Necessary Care of, 303 Accumulator and Petrol-electric Cars, Experiments, 169
  • Aerial Cableways, Electrical, in Russia, 597 Agriculture, Application of Electricity, 623 Armature and Rotor Troubles, 543
  • Bahia Blanca Electric Power Installation for Buenos Ayres and Pacific Railway, 13
  • Birmingham Central Power Station, Increased Use of Electricity, 465
  • Birmingham and Electrical Power Legislation, 169
  • Birmingham, Increased Use of Electrical Power, 695
  • Boiler Installation, Large, for Generating Station, 647
  • Buoys Lighted by Submerged Electric Lights instead of Acetylene, 169
  • Cables, Proper Care of, Tests, &c., 169 Canadian Colliery Company’s Survey for Power
  • Station on the Partridge River, 543 Carbon Electrodes Exhibited in Sweden, 65 Cheapening Machinery and Plant for Generation of Electricity, 647
  • China, Extended Use of Electric Lighting, 331 Circuits, Experimental, for Laboratories, 65 Coil Giving Fifty-inch Spark, 491
  • Damage to Electrical Apparatus through Atmospheric Discharges, 101
  • Doubling Wires for Power Transmission, 515 Earth as a Return Conductor, Swiss Observations Satisfactory, 515
  • Electrical Committee, Meeting, 577
  • Energy in Granada, Abundant Water Power, 249
  • Lamps for Exterior Illuminating,
  • Denver Experiments, 695
  • Light Company in America and Antismoke Laws, 275
  • Lights for Drawing Boards, 669 Omnibuses and Goods Vehicles for London, 491
  • Smelting Concession in Norway, 465, 515
  • Smelting on Large Scale in Sweden, 543
  • Electrically Fitted House as Model, 597 Electricity at Collieries, 370
  • Electrostatic Voltmeters for High Pressures, 39 Foreign Competition in the Electrical Trade, 647
  • Furnace Development, FJectric, P. McNiven Bennie, 695
  • Furnaces, Extending Use. 168
  • Generating Stations in Bavaria, Inquiries and Statistics, 439
  • German Electrical Industry, 571
  • Eleetplcal Matters (COH (jmifiQ;
  • Graphite and Carborundum Furnaces, Voltage Regulation of, 169
  • H^oult Electric Furnace in California, P. M Bennie, 223
  • High-pressure Switch-house, Durham, 450
  • Induction Motor Operated Under Water, 89
  • Induction Motors, E, D. Brunner, 465 ^*^249“ Station for Naples Supply,
  • Lead Poisoning in Accumulator Works, 115 London Electric Supply Authorities’ Conference, 632
  • Long Transmission Line in United States, 439 Machinery Equipment, Electrical, in Mexico,
  • MMaga’s Reduced Imports of Motors and Dynamos, 5L5
  • Mercury Vapour Lamp, 696
  • Mmes, Electrical Installations in. Need of Precaution, 597
  • Mississippi Water Level Diagrams, 143
  • Molybdenum for Are Lamp Electrodes, 115 Motor Engine Trade in Diisseldorf, Poor Prospects, 359
  • New Zealand’s Electric Power, 669
  • Niagara Electric Power, Cost of, 275
  • Night Lamp Electric Lighting on Lake Michigan Steamship, 115
  • Northampton Polytechnic Institute, New Generating Station, 398
  • Palestine, Electric Lighting in 597
  • Paris Generating Stations, Two New, 411
  • Phase Earthed through Water, Results at Frankfort, 515
  • Electrical Engineering, Professor E. Rutherford, 439
  • P 249 Electrical Discharges,
  • Portable Rheostat, 549
  • Potential Stresses in Dielectrics, Relation to
  • Disruptive Voltage, 623
  • Power House, Large New, on the Hudson, 359
  • Power Plant and Rats, 39
  • Power Stations in Pomerania, 143
  • Products Manufactured by Niagara Electric Power, Long List, 385
  • Protection against Short Circuit Dangers, &c..
  • Protective Devices for Electrical Apparatus A. 6. Heather, 178
  • Return Conductors and Two-phase Currents, 491 ’
  • Rio de Janeiro, Electrical Installations in, Mongin, 115 ’
  • Russian Electrical Companies Successful Working, 223
  • Russia, Electrical Installations by Belgium and Germany, 249
  • Shawinigan, Second Power Station, 115
  • Slotting Commutators and Use of Le Carbone Brushes, 89
  • Speed-torque of Alternating and Direct-current Motors, 623 '
  • Spottiswoode Coil Replaced by New Invention, Squirrel Cage Induction Motor, to Improve
  • Starting Torque, S. R. Bergman, 65 btabihty of the Arc, Buisson and Fabry, 453 Sterilisation by Mercury Arc Lamp, 115 Street Lighting in Barrie, Ontario, 385 Sulphated Storage Cells, Renewal, 169 Swedish Waterfalls at Aelfkarleo, Utilisation tor Industrial Purposes, 27,5
  • Synchronous Converter, Variable Ratio, 13 w"? f®'’ Research
  • Work at Purdue University, 223
  • Power for Ironworks Electrification,
  • Transformer, Measurement of Reactance, 89
  • '^WortS?89^“®’ Successful
  • Trollbattan Palls Electric Works, 623
  • ' 647'^’^^^^°'^ Induction Motor,
  • Wagner Type Single-phase Motor, 143 waste from Locomotives to Generate Electricity, 543
  • Waste Oil Recovery by Electrical Process, 197 Fores^°89Station in the Black
  • Water Power of New York State, 411
  • Water Power Schemes in Japan, 167
  • Water Power Station at Bullersfors Palls, 515
  • ELEPHANT and Castle Subways
  • Elliott Cresson Gold Medals, 704
  • Encyclopedia Britannica, 636
  • Engineering Geology Lectures, 211
  • Relating to, ^“^4"®®“°’ Eeetures on Reinforced Concrete, Engineering in South Africa, 97
  • Erosion of Reservoir Banks, Precautions, 89
  • Excavation at Panama, Record Speed, 385
  • Exhaust Steam, p. C. Richards, 69,5
  • Chester’ and Machinery at Man-
  • ^"Objmpi,182^'°'°""^ Machinery at
  • Exhibition of Fencing Material, South Africa,
  • Explosion at Electricity Works, Cause of 491
  • Explosions in Flour Mills, caused by Nails, &c..
  • - Magnets used to Cleanse the Grain 13
  • Explosive, New, Secret Experiments, ’491
  • Explosives Factories, Accident Statistics, 197
  • Explosives Works, Admiralty, 669
  • FACTORIES and Accidnets, Chief Inspector’s Statistics, 491
  • Farms in Shawia, Morocco. 515
  • Filaments of Wire Lamps, Renewal Patent, 318
  • Finland, Statistics of Labour and Machinery 223
  • Fire Alarm, New Type Patented, E. LaX^r’eu?
  • Fire Appliance, Motor, for Willesden, Merryweather, 339 ?
  • Firewall and Protection for Manhattan Island, 647
  • Firing of Gases by Compression, Professor Dixon, 491
  • Fiume, Dock Enlargement, 623
  • Floating Dock, 22,000-Ton, for Brazil, 398 Forest Fires, Fighting, 543
  • French and German Cable, 39
  • Fuel Scarcity in Mexico, 169
  • Fuel Tests in the United States, Bureau of Mines Bulletins, 249
  • GAS Engine Exhaust and Steam Economy, 303
  • Gas Mantles and Glasgow Street Lighting, 669 Gas Producer Plant for Colliers, Experimental, 465
  • Gas-washing in Widnes, Complaints, 695
  • Gas and Water Companies, Proposed Government Management, 623
  • Gatun Dam Statistics, 597
  • German Machinery Industry, Statistics, 669
  • German Patent Law Changes, 169
  • “Glacial” to Prevent Overheating of Bearings, 24
  • Glasgow, Cross-river Communication, 271
  • Glasgow, Electricity for Domestic Uses, 556
  • Glasgow Foremen Engineers and Draughtsmen, 419 „ .
  • Glasgow Technical College and Civil Engineering, 556 . .
  • Glycerine Scarcity and High Price, 623
  • Gold Mining Company’s Six-mile Ditch, 571
  • Gold Mining in Scotland, 680 Gothenburg, Trade of, 186
  • Grading Machine for Street Work in Chicago, 333
  • Grafton and Company’s Bedford Works, Extension, 524
  • Granite Block Pavement, Experiments, 669 Granite Dam Blown Up with Dynamite, 331 Granite Industry in Finland, 197
  • Gravity Quarrying Operations, Unusual, 65 Greenwich Royal Observatory and Electric Tramways, 53 . * •
  • Greenwich Royal Observatory, Foundation Anniversary, 202
  • Greenwich Time for France, 115
  • Gun Trade and American Tariff, 465, 669
  • Gun Trade Flourishing, 669
  • HAMBURG Central Telephone Exchange, 115 Harbour at Gary for Steel Corporation, 89 Harbour of Monte Video to be Improved and Enlarged, 65
  • Harbour Works at Jamaica Bay, New York, 411 Hardness Testing of Rolled Brass, 143 Heat Transfer through Pipe Walls, 570
  • Heat Transmission through a Steel Tube, Measurement of, 65
  • Helicopter, Live Weight and Lifting Power, Mathematical Proofs, 411
  • Heligoland Coast Erosion and Protection, 197 House Refuse for Road Paving. 683 ,
  • Housing Improvement by Garden Cities Association, 303
  • Housing in Vienna, 602
  • Humber, Tunnelling the River, 571
  • ILLUMINATED Shell or “Tracer ’’Experiments at Portsmouth, 439
  • Illuminating Engineering Society’s Recommendations, 597
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology, Chemical Engineering Instruction, 704; Free Places. 74, 182
  • Indian Government and Technical Art Instruction, 169
  • Internal Combustion Engines for Marine Purposes, 647
  • International Road Congress, 52, 211

Iron and Steel:

  • Board of Trade Returns of Imports and Exports, 439
  • Brazing Cast Iron, Flux for Joint, 623
  • British Exports of Iron and Steel, 197, 275
  • “ Cementation Steel,” 385
  • Copper-clad Steel, 248
  • Electric Furnace and Bessemer Converter, New Method of Steel Manufacture, 359
  • Electric Smelting of Iron in Norway, 439
  • Electric Smelting on Large Scale in Sweden, 543 Electric Steel Works in Russia, 385
  • Furnaces, Steel, Nathusius, 491
  • Hematite Pig Iron, New Trade with India, 515 Iron Alloy, High Resistance, 39
  • Iron, Growth of Grain under Heat, Experiments, 407
  • Iron, to Coat with Lead Covering, 331
  • Iron Ore Discovery in Natal, 303
  • Iron Ore Preparation for Blast Furnaces, German Practice, 515
  • Iron, Temperature Affects Sound following a Blow, 89
  • Mild Steel Plate, Large, 26
  • New’ South Wales Mill for Steel Rails, 623
  • Pearson and Knowles’ Proposed New Steel Works, near Manchester, 373
  • Pig Iron from Low Grade Ores by Electric Smelting, 39
  • Pig Iron Output in the United States, 89
  • Shipbuilding, Structural Steel for, British Standard Specification, 435
  • Steel Industry and Blast Furnaces in Japan, 197 Steel Output and Trade in South Africa, 359
  • Steel Works Projected at Barry and at Irlam, 647
  • Swedish Furnaces for Electric Smelting, 411
  • Titanium for Manufacture of Basic Open- Hearth Steel, 491
  • Wrought Iron, Standard Specification for, 262
  • IRRIGATION Canal, Yakima, Safety Precautions, 197
  • Irrigation Dam in the Punjab, 385
  • Italian Naval Programme, 515
  • JAMES Watt Anniversary, 393
  • Japanese Machinery Business, Diminishing Trade, 169
  • KEIRS’ and Similar Steaming ’Vessels and their Bolts, 65
  • Kew Observatory, Meteorological Office and National Physical Laboratory, 3
  • Keyways and Strength of Shafts, 647
  • Krupp’s Works Progress, 515
  • LABORATORIES, Association of. Formed in Spain, 39
  • Lamp Holders, Bayonet, Standard Specification for, 411
  • Lantern Slides of Engineering Subjects, Siemens, 579
  • Law Relating to Engineering, Lectures on, L. W. J. Costello, 84, 402, 452
  • Lead Poisoning and Milk, Dangerous Employments, 39
  • Lectures on Aeroplanes, 452
  • Lectures, Engineering—see Engineering
  • Leipzig Canal to Coast Projected, 275
  • Liebig Memorial Museum, 623
  • Lighted Shells for Night Firing, 65
  • Lighting of London, Gas and Electric, 197
  • Lignite as a Boiler Fuel, 647
  • Lignite Mining and Patent Fuel Manufacture, 597
  • Liverpool, Engineering Laboratories for, 474
  • Lock at Troy, 491
  • London Electrical Engineers Territorial Force, 655
  • London Port Rates on Goods, 474
  • Lubricant for Hoisting Ropes, 65
  • MACHINE Tools, American and British, Relative Cost, 623
  • Machinery Exports to Naples, Statistics for United Kingdom, 439
  • Madras Wants Wharves to Replace Lighters, 669 Magnesium as an Alloy. Experiments, 515 Magnetic Separators for Metal Recovery in Foundries, 491
  • Mahogany from the Gold Coast, 89
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour Board Report, 411 Metal-cutting with Oxygen, 683
  • Metal Framing, Now Type, H. C. James-Carrington, 438
  • Metals, New, Reflectivity of, 435 Meteorological Office, Readjustment of Work, 3 Milking by Machinery, 223
  • Mill Industry in India, 19

Mines and Mining News :

  • Electricity in Mining Operations, Extended Use, 39
  • Inspectors for Mines, Home-office Conference, 39
  • Mine Rescue Apparatus, Experiments, 303
  • Mine Rescue Apparatus, Prize Award, 27
  • Mine Safety Apparatus, Abolition of Customs Duty and Uniformity of Construction Desirable, 13
  • Mineral Survey of Ceylon, 647
  • Mining Machinery for Ontario’s Gold and Silver Mines, 515
  • Mining and Power Development in Canada, 256
  • Ores, Fuels, &c., in Canada, Analyses of, 695 Peru’s Mineral Statistics, 303
  • MONTREAL, Longest Cable in the World Connected with Laud Line, 223
  • Mosquito-proof Steamers for Tropical Waters, 169
  • Motor Car Exports to Portugal by United States, 249
  • Car Induction Pipe Failure, 197
  • Cars in Bilbao of French Manufacture, 571
  • Fort, A Mare’s Nest, 289
  • Industry, British, Increase, 465 Industry, German, Increase, 465 Spirit, Excise Regulations for Manufacture and Sale, 331
  • Music by Phonograph and Telephone, 54
  • NATIONAL Physical Laboratory, Extension of
  • Metallurgy Department, 523
  • Natural Gas Supply Failure Causes Removal of Industries, 538
  • Naval Base at Dundee Abandoned, 197
  • Nitrate Industry in Chile, 669
  • Nitrate Output of Chile, 465
  • Nitrate Production in New Zealand, 39
  • Nitrate of Soda, World’s Consumption, 669
  • Northampton Polytechnic Institute: Medal Award for Aeronautics, 26 ; New Generating Station, 398
  • Nut Opening by Heated Wrench, 571
  • ODESSA, Grain Harbour at, 197
  • Oil Extraction from Deep Wells, 115
  • Fuel, Advantages over Coal, 13
  • Fuel, Discharge into Port Waters Forbidden, 65
  • Fuel, Economy, 465
  • Fuel, Storage Tanks on the Medway, 6.5 Production of Los Angeles, 13
  • Storage and Pipe Transmission in California, 385
  • Open Hearth Furnaces, Waste Gases as Fuel, 473 Optical Convention Proposed in 1912, 461, 658
  • Orkney Harbour Improvements Projected, 169
  • Osaka Trade, Vice-Consul’s Report, 411
  • Osborne Cadetships, 182
  • Overfed Sprinklers at Sewage Purification Works,
  • Overhead Wires in London, Derelict or Disused, Removal, 197
  • Overheated Bearings, Prevention, 24
  • PAINT on Concrete, Action of Cement, C. Macnichol, 249
  • Paint Industry in the United States, 359
  • Painting Sheds at Antwerp Docks, 61
  • Panama, Blasting at, 669
  • Panama Canal and Breakwater Construction, 623 Paris Inundation Prevention Work, 65
  • Paris Municipal Council and tne Smoke Nuisance, 249
  • Patent and Copyright Law in Holland, 647 Patent-office Examination, 167
  • Peat as Fuel in the United States, 197
  • Perfilograph for Graphically Recording the
  • Undulations of the Bottom of a Channel, 597 Petrol Consumption Test, 43
  • Petroleum in the Argentine, 623
  • Petroleum, Treatment to Prevent Smoking when Burnt as an Illuminant, 623
  • Pewter Tarnish Removal, 411
  • Photographic Inventories of Machinery and Tools, 359
  • Photography, Instantaneous, Interesting Investigations, 669
  • Pier Construction at Marola Prevented by Springs, 623
  • Pilgrim Monument Set on Sand Foundation, Yet Firm under Tests, 385
  • Pipe Thread Defects, To Correct, 697
  • Pisa, Leaning Tower's Increased Deflection, 197 Pitot Tubes for Water Measurement, 571
  • Plaster of Paris, Hardening Method, 143
  • Platinum Alloy, its Cost and Uses, 543
  • Platinum, Raw, Exports from Russia Forbidden, 669
  • Pneumatic Caisson Sinking Record, 13
  • Pula Wireless Station Tower, 700-Mile Radius, 275
  • Portable Engines, Steam or Gas, 115
  • Portland Cement Production in the United States. 465
  • Portland, Oregon, Town and Harbour Improvement Scheme, 571
  • Poulsen Wireless Telegraph and Telephone System at San Francisco, 139
  • Pumping Plant, Electric, Quick Installation, 491
  • Pumps Wanted for the Crimea, 260
  • RADIUM Institute in Birmingham, 359
  • Radium : New Discovery by Madame Curie:
  • Production in England, 303

Railways and Tramways:

  • Accident at Ormskirk, 611
  • Accident, Unusual, in Illinois, 385
  • Agricultural Workers on French Railways, 669
  • Alberta, 700 Mile Railway Projected, 303
  • All-steel Cars for Pennsylvania Railway, 89 Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants,
  • Headquarters Opening by Mr. Sidney Webb, 223
  • American and British Locomotive Practice, 385
  • American Engine Failures : Record of Mileage per Breakdown, 439
  • Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay, Proposed Railway Extensions, 597
  • Argentine Railway Extension, 303, 543
  • Armagh and Castleblaney Railway, 571
  • Ai'ia Minor Railway Construction by French Syndicate, 65
  • Assouan Reservoir Outflow, Water Power for Electric Railway, 623
  • Australian Railway Extension, 249
  • Automatic Transporting Equipment Connecting Coal Mine and Railway, 597
  • Baden Railway Electrification, 223 Bawtry and Haxey Light Railway, 491
  • Brazil, Electric Railway for Iron Ore District, 623 I
  • Belfast Harbour Tramways, Strengthening and Extension, 317
  • Belfast Tramway Schemes, 65, 196
  • Berlin and Suburbs Railway Extension, 647
  • Berlin Suspended Electric Railway Scheme, 466
  • Berwick Station Improvements, 39
  • British Columbia Marine Railway’s New Dock at Esquimalt, 465
  • Birkenhead and Wallasey Tramway Projected, 197
  • Block Signalling Installation, Largest on any E ectrical Railway, 582
  • Block Signalling in United States: Statistics, 116
  • Bridge, High Single-span Masonry, for Light Riilway, 2’23
  • Bridge, Railway, Longest in Switzerland, 115
  • Brine as a Preservative for Railway Sleepers and Poles, 647
  • Brockley-lane and Forest Hill Tramway, 571 Brunel’s Timber Viaduct, near Horrabridge, Replaced, 385
  • Buenos Aires and Asuncion Connected by Railway, 39
  • Buenos Aires Midland Railway, 669
  • Buenos Aires Railway, Underground, 647 Burnley Tramways : Speed Question, 515 Caledonian Railway Engineering Appointment, 398
  • Caledonian Railway Manager Exchanges to Buenos Aires Railway, 39 ; New Appointment, 236
  • Canada, Railway Extension in, 697
  • Canadian National Transcontinental Railway, 257
  • Canadian Northern Railway Extension, 143
  • Canadian Northern Railway to Fence in Lines, &c.,115
  • Canadian-Pacific Railway Reorganisation, 65 Canton-Kowloon Railway Progress, 197, 331, 385
  • Cape to Cairo Railway Extension to Elizabethville, 385
  • Cape of Good Hope Railway Statistics, 623 Cardiff to Treforest, New Line, 359
  • Caucasian Railway (Kakhetian); Concession Granted, 669
  • Central Paraguay Elactric Tramway and Motor Car Service, 571
  • Central Uruguay Railway Extension, 465 Charleston Consolidated Railway and Lighting Company, 515
  • Chile, Longitudinal Railway from Santiago Northwards, 249
  • Chinchau-Aigun Railway, 439
  • Chinese Government Railways and American Financiers, 411
  • Chinese Railway Extension, 197, 331, 385, 439, 615
  • Chinese Railway Officials Training School, 359 Christiania and Bergen Railway, 262 Cleansing of Railway Carriages, 39
  • Coach, New Type, for Underground Railways, 439
  • Concrete Sleepers, Question of Noise, 223 Constantinople Tramways Electrified, 223 Cork Floor Slabs for Railway Cars, 331 Crude Petroleum Tested as Substitute for Coal in Locomotives, 275
  • Denver, North-Western and Pacific
  • Tunnel Reconstruction, 465
  • Derwent Valley Light Railway, 571
  • Dewsbury Tramway Extension and ment, 647
  • Direct-current 12C0-volt Railway in Pennsylvania; 647
  • District Railway’s Increased Service, 303
  • District Railway’s Through Trains to Southend, 169
  • Dunfermline and Rosyth Tramways, Change of Route, 115
  • Dunoon and Sandbank Tramways, 571
  • Durban Tramway Cars Built at Home, 197 ; (Letter), 393
  • Ealing and Shepherd’s Bush Railway Begun, 249
  • East London Railway and Electrification. 169 Edinburgh Corporation and the North British Railway, 169
  • Electric Boilers, Use on Pennsylvania Railway in New York, 275
  • Electric Lighting of Austrian State Railway Carriages, 439
  • Electric Lighting on Burlington System Trains, 115
  • Electric Railway between Wesel and Emmerich- Huthum, 543
  • Elevated Railway Extension in Chicago, 39 Federated Malay States and Railway Construction, 543
  • Finnish Railways to be Adapted to Russian Requirements, 275
  • Freight Cars, Idle, in the United States, 465
  • Freight Rates on United States Railways, 411 French Railway Accidents, Light Cars, 499 I French State Railway Works at Dieppe and I Havre, 223
  • Gardens at Stations, Midland Railway Awards, 623
  • Garmisch-Partenkirchen-Innsbruck New Line,
  • I 439
  • Gateshead and District Tramway Extension, 411
  • Generating Stations for Electric Railway in Brazil, 359
  • German Locomotive Building Industry : Unfavourable Prospect, 249
  • German Railways, Extension of. Electrification 13, 385
  • Glossop and Marple Mono-rail Tramway, 695 Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Bridge, 465 Great Central Railway Pamphlet; Advantages of North-East Lincolnshire, 13
  • Great Eastern Railway Annual Dinner, 642 Railway and Lowestoft Harbour, 515
  • Railway’s New Station near Bishop’s Stortford, 359
  • Railway and Suburban Electrification, 515
  • Great Northern and City Railway, Cinematograph. 465
  • Great Western Locomotive Shed at Bristol, 331 and London and South-Western Agreement, 39
  • Railway Abolish Second-class Carriages, 223, 385
  • Railway Goods Depot in South Lambeth, 543
  • Railway Company’s Report, 169 Railway Improvements at Pan- tyffynon, 89
  • Gummersbach Light Railway Electrification, 331, 564
  • Halifax Tramway Extension, 249
  • Holl and Barnsley and Great Central Railways’ New Joint Line from Gowdall to Braithwell, 296
  • “Hatfield” Pump for the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 128
  • Height Limit for Children’s Fares, 695
  • Hours of Railway Servants, Board of Trade Statistics, 115
  • Hudson Bay Railway Construction Begun, 39 India, Extensive Orders for all kinds of Railway Material, 491
  • Railway Institutes Established, 303 Triennial Programme of Railway Construction, 669
  • Railway Board and Indian Railways, 303
  • Railways, Revenue, 411. 515 Indo-Ceylon Railway, Boring Experiments and Pambau Reef, 223
  • International Transport Conference, 249
  • Irish Railway Accidents Report, 385
  • Italian Railway Improvement, Advantages to Leghorn, 331
  • Italian Somaliland, New Railway from Muk- dishu to Afgoi, 303
  • Italian State Railways, Purchase of Wagons, 695
  • Italy, Railway Concession Granted, 623 Japanese Government Railways, Extensions, 169
  • Japan, Light Railway Extension in, 303 Japanese Narrow-gauge Electric Tramway, 586 ! Keighley and Bingle and Trackless Tramways, i 223, 543
  • Railways and Tramways (continued)*,
  • Kensington Tramway Extension, 543
  • Khartoum and RaUway Extension, 515
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Electric Railway Extension, 303. 491
  • Leeds Tramway Extensions, 197
  • Liirht Railway Commissioners’ Orders Confirmed, 123, 169, 197, 303, 417, 439, 465, 543,
  • Light Railway Under Construction by Great
  • Northern Railway Company, 89
  • Liverpool Corporation Tramways’ Report, 411
  • Liverpool and Southport Electric Railway
  • Extensions, 207
  • Liverpool Tramways’ New Car, 429
  • Locomotive Output by German Firm, 359 Locomotive Waste to Generate Electricity, 543 Locomotives of the Edwardian Era, J. F.
  • London Bridge and Victoria Elevated Electric Railway’s Success. 515
  • Brighton and South Coast Railway Electrical Service Extension, 13, 143
  • Chatham and Dover Railway Dividend, 89
  • County Council New Tramways, 465, 691
  • Electric Railways’ Improved Service, 359
  • and North-Western Railway Accident at Northampton, 13
  • and North-Western Electric Suburban Line, Rapid W3t*k, 275
  • and North-Western’s Five-thousandth Locomotive, 491
  • and North-Western Locomotive Trials, 623
  • and North-Western Motor Trains, 411 and North-Western’s Test Run, 515 Tilbury, and Southend Railway’s Proposed Electrification, 695
  • Tube Railways, Proposed Extension, 597
  • Louisiana Railway Commission, Regulations, 223
  • Mallet Compound Engine : Reconstructed Locomotives for Chicago Railway, 597
  • Malvern Funicular Railway, 115
  • Manchester Tramway Extension, 303 Manchurian Railways and British Trade, 197 Martigny : New Electric Railway in the Mont Blanc Region, 623
  • Metropo i^an District Railway Success, 597
  • Metropolitan Railway’s New Carriage, 331
  • Metropolitan Railway of Paris Strengthened
  • by Injections of Cement, 249
  • Mexican Railway Improvement and Extension,
  • 13
  • Midland Railway’s Overhead Line through Bradford, 491
  • Midland Railway Company’s Record Receipts, 169
  • Milan to Crema Electric Tramway, 543
  • Milan-Varese Railway, Purchase of Electric Locomotives, 275
  • Mono-rail System in Australia for Transport of Farm Produce, 597
  • Mono-rail Tramway, Glossop and Marple, 695 Mono-railway in the Bronx, New York City, 143
  • Mont Cenis Railway, Proposed Electrification, 695
  • Monte Video Tramways, 647
  • Montreal Street Railway Improvements, 39
  • Multiple-unit Train Service between Port Chester and New York, 39
  • Nantwich and Northwich, Motor Train Service by L. and N.-W. Railway, 331
  • Natal, Proposed Railway Improvements, 169 Natural Gas Fuel for Locomotives, 275
  • New South Wales Railway and Tramway Earnings, 619
  • New South Wales Railways Report, 515, 543
  • New York Central Railway Station Yard and Overhead Buildings, 39
  • New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railway Electrification, 543
  • New Zealand Railways and Rolling Stock, 89 Newcastle Tramway Extensions, 515 Nigeria Railways, Change of Direction from Kano, 65
  • Nord Railway Sabotage. 647
  • North Brirish Railway Carriage Cleaning Shed, 597
  • British Railway and Dock Extension, 13 Eastern Railway Accident Report, 249 Eastern Railway’s Engineering Shops at Darlington, 89
  • Eastern Railway and Land Tax Forms, 411
  • Eastern Railway New Buildings at Monkwearmouth, 465
  • Eastern Railway Slag Breaking Plant at Middlesbrough, 465
  • London Railway Company’s Meeting, 169
  • Northern Chile Railways’ Map, 465
  • Norwich Electric Tramway Improvements. 597
  • Official Railway Returns for United Kingdom, 143
  • Oil for Panama Locomotives, 491
  • Pacific Coast New Railway Projected, 359
  • Panama Railway Extension, 623, 647, 695
  • Panama Railway, Negotiations and Survey, 526
  • Paris and Berlin Railway Acceleration, 197 Passengers Registered by Machinery, 359 Pennsylvania Railroad Yard, Philadelphia, 143 Pennsylvania Station, the Largest in the World, •111
  • Pennsylvania Station, New York, Full Working, 669
  • Permanent Way and Special Platelayers in Prussia, 411
  • Persia’s Need of Railways and Lack of Enterprise, 223
  • Persian Railway Negotiations, 623
  • Prussian - Hessian System, Inventory of Material, 439
  • Prussian Railways, Electrification of Main Lines, Alternating-current Locomotives, 13
  • Prussian State Rdlways and Local Lines, 491
  • Prussian State Railway Signalling Inspection, 331
  • Queensland, Railway Extension, 331, 623
  • Railless Electric Traction, Report of Bradford Continental Daputarion, 169
  • Rails for American Railways, American Railway Association Report, 13
  • Railway Engineering, Instruction in, 155 Exports from Nicolaiev Increased, 223 Extension Suspended in Favour of
  • Agricultural Labour, 385 Improvements in South America, 275 Servants’ Hours, Board of Trade Report, 309
  • Transportation for Farm Produce in Australia, Trial of Monorail, 597J Rhenish-Westphalia, Change of Electric Railway Scheme, 115
  • Roscrea Accident, Engine-driver’s Reward, 197 Rosyth Naval Base, Railway Projected in Connection, 331
  • Roumania State Railway Locomotives, Belgian and German Contracts, 249
  • Russian Narrow-gauge Railways, 197 Railway Development on Large Scale, 275
  • Railway Estension on Large Scale, 65 Trains Slow Speed, 571
  • Wagon Capacity, Increase on Paper, 385
  • Russians only to Fill High Offices on Russian Railways, 385
  • Safety Appliances on United States Railways, 411
  • Safety Valves, Ramsbottom or American, 89 St. Petersburg and Imatra Electric Railway, 303, 465
  • St. Petersburg-Moscow Projected New Railway, 65
  • St. Polten Narrow-gauge Single-phase Railway, 223
  • San Paulo and Minas Railway, Progress, 385 San Paulo State, New Railway, 310 Santa Marta Railway Canal, 143 Scarborough Winter Tramway Service, 571,623 Suhdneberg Electric Uuderground R ilway, 669 Scottish Railway Accident Report, 385 Second Class Abolished on the Great Western
  • Railway, 223, 385
  • Sevastopol to Alushta, Survey for Electric Rail- | way, 385 1
  • Sheffield Tramways Report, 65 ?
  • Siamese Peninsular Railway Progress, 543 Signalling and Pogmen, 284
  • Signalling at North British Railway Works, Edinburgh, 669
  • Signalling Training System cn the Pennsylvania Railway, 3C3
  • Single-phase Electric Traction in Switzerland, 439 ; also in United States, 543
  • Sleeping Cars, Third-class, on Swedish Railways, 439
  • Slow Travel, Record held by Salt Lake City Train, 65 j
  • Snow’s Effect on Railway Tracks in the Galera Tunnel, Peru, 580 j
  • Snow Slides in the Cascade Mountains, Railway Protection Measures, 39
  • South Africa, Railway Construction in, 621 Spanish Railway Concession, 623 Spanish Railway Extension, 439, 571 Speed Indicators for Tramway Cars, 359 State-owned Railway in Australia, First in the British Empire, 411
  • Statistics for the United Kingdom, 385
  • Steam Locomotives in a Long Tunnel; Advantages of Electric Traction, 89
  • Straits Settlements, Hill Railway in Penang, 543
  • Study by Correspondence for Railwaymen, 143 Sudan Government Railways Extension, 385 Superheating of Continental Locomotives,
  • Lectures by Professor E. Sauvage, 384 Swedish States Railways Electrification, 491 Swiss Railways and Electric Lighting, 197 Tehuantepec Railway, Heavy Goods Traffic, 197
  • Telephone, Simultaneous Call to all the Members of Breakdown Gang. 439
  • Telephone Service on Trains in U.S.A., 89 Telephoning from Trains in Motion, 143 Timber for Railway Purposes, Vast Forests in Brazil. 669
  • Tokyo, Overhead Electric Railway, 303
  • Track Fastening Experiments in Chicago, 695 Track Mileage in the United States, 89 Trackless Tramways at Keighley, 223, 543
  • Trolley Omnibuses for Letds, 571 Trolley Omnibuses for Stockholm, 115 Trolleys in Question at Berlin, 669 Trolley Tramway System under Consideration at Plymouth, 39
  • Train Lighting by Tungsten Lamp, 669 Tramcar, Double Truck, for New York, 647 Tramway Construction in Loire Departments of France, Extensive, 647
  • Tramway Rails and Motor Vehicles, 491
  • Tramway Traffic Statistics, 597
  • Tramways, London United, and London County Council, 669
  • Trans-Andean Railway, A Second, Authorised by Argentine Government, 543
  • Trans-Australian Railway, Report, 143 Trieste and Opeina Electric Railway, 491
  • Tube Railways in London. Different Systems of Power Transmission, 169
  • Tube Railway, Victoria to Penge, Projected, 13 Turkish Railway Extensions, 89
  • United States Railway Accident Increase, 359 United States Railways’ Use of Oil Fuel, 197 Vanadium Cast Iron for Locomotive Cylinders, 115
  • Victorian Railway Commissioners’ Report, 465 I Warsaw Electric Tramway Service Statistics, I 543
  • Waterloo Station Improvement Scheme, 359 Wayside Stations in England, Costly and Unsatisfactory Upkeep. 275
  • I Western Pacific Railway Opened, 223
  • I Western Queensland Railway Projected, 597 Weymoutn Tramways Scheme, 206 Winnipeg to Moncton Railway, Progress, 143 j Yorkshire Dales Railway, Proposed Extension, 515, 647, 669, 695
  • RAIN Gauge Tests at Ithaca, 89
  • Rain Tree of Peru, 571
  • Rainfall in August, 543
  • Rammer, Special, for Concrete Work, 331 Rapid Constructional Work in Vancouver, 275
  • Refrigerating Plant at the Houses of Parliament, 608
  • Refuse Destructor at Coventry : Utilisation of Furnace Residues, 249
  • Refuse Destructor Extension at Wolverhampton, 89
  • Refuse Destructors for St. Petersburg, 61 Reheater Investigations, A. C. Wilson, 695 Renfrew New Dock, 303
  • Resin Collector, New Type, 439 Rhodesia’s Extending Trade Markets, 515 R6a*gen Rays, Preparation Impermeable to, 465 Rosyth Extension on Large Scale, 543
  • Rosyth Submarine Basin, Progress of Sea Wall, 275
  • Rubber, Artificial Substitute for, 115 Rubber from Costa Rica, 13
  • Rusda, Increase in Industrial Activity, 439 Russian Coal and Coke Imports, 515
  • Harbour Improvements Projected, 647
  • Inland Waterway System, Projected Improvements, 249
  • Machine Tools and Engines Unsuccessful, 439
  • Mines, Question of Ownership, 465
  • SAFE, Chemical Fire-resisting, 491
  • Salt for preservation of Poles and Sleepers, 597
  • Sanitary Improvements in St. Petersburg, 223
  • Sawdust, Great Variety of its Usefulness, 411 Science Museum, South Kensington, Statistics, 143
  • Screw, Wood, Method of Removal when Stiff, 331
  • Sea Erosion at Key West, Device to Prevent, 411 Searchlights and Arc Lamps for Barge Unloading at Gatun Docks, 169
  • Seismograph, New Type, 385
  • Sewage Disposal at Be fast, 465
  • Szjwage Purification Affected by Action of Birds and Insects, 359
  • Sewerage Work at Toronto, 695 Shanghai Trade Report, 515

Ships and Shipping Matters:

  • Adventure, H.M. Scout, Man-lifting Kite Experiments, 245
  • Bedford, H.M, Cruiser, Wreck to be Sold, 385 British Ships and Seamen, 231 j
  • Clyde, The, and Deep Draught Steamers, 344 Clyde Shipbuilding Output, 143
  • Comet, Centenary Celebration at the/‘Scottish ; History” Exhibition, 372
  • Comet, Last Voyage of the, 703 Concrete, Reinforced, Motor Boat, 677 Destroyers, Oil Fuel Burning, 500 Engineering in the United States Navy, Competition Results, 571
  • Exmouth Training Ship, Sea-going Order, 223
  • Ferry Passenger Steamer for the Cammell, Laird and Co., 128
  • Fervent, H.M. Destroyer, 647 Gloucester, H.M.S., Trials, 155 Hermione, H.M.S., for Service with 385
  • Larne, H.M. Destroyer, Launched, 258 Lion, H.M. Cruiser, Progress, 695 Lloyd’s Register Returns, 411
  • Magnetic Survey Yacht Carnegie, 571 Mars, H.M. Battle-ihip, Refit at Devonport, 303 Merchant Vessel 106 Years Old. 143
  • Mine-Laying Vessels, Suitable Gun Armaments for, 331
  • Motor-driven 9000-Ton Liner for Hamburg- American Line, 115]
  • Motor Fishing Boats with Crude Oil Fuel, 331 Motor Launch for Thames Police, 7 »
  • Naval Shipbuilding Yard for Melbourne, 385 Neptune, H.M. Battleship, Gunnery Trials, 411 Oil-carrying Steamer, Esturia, 605
  • Olympic Electrical Supply from a Tug, 597 I Police Motor Boat for the Danube, 130
  • Russian Ships Sunk as a Barrier and Raised after the Crimean War, 13
  • Salving British Battleship Montagu and Dis- , covory of Spanish Wreck, 385
  • Scrapping of Battleships, 448
  • Shipping Statistics , of Vessels Lost or Broken up, 223
  • Small Yacht’s 6000-Mile Voyage, 515
  • Steam and Motor Launch Races in Italy, 7
  • Structural Steel for Shipbuilding, British Standard Specification, 435
  • Submarine Signal Receivers, Bells, and Telephone Buoys, 13
  • Sunderland’s Shipbuilding Output, 426 Surveying Vessels and Chart Additions, 39 Swedish Shipbuilding Industry, 249
  • Torpedo Destroyers Built at Fairfield, 500 Tramp Steamer’s Wireless Performance, 358 Tyne Shipping Output, 39
  • Weymouth, H.M. Cruiser, Launched, 543
  • Yacht Propulsion by Producer Gas, 249
  • SILVERWARE in Sheffield, Greatly Increased
  • Trade, 515
  • Sind Agriculture, Defective Implements and Machinery, 303
  • Sluice and Sluice Gate Trials, Prize Offered. 322 Smoke Abatement Exhibition at Glasgow, 168 Smokelessness and Fuel Economy in Boilers, 283 I Solar Physics Observatory at South Kensington,
  • Report, 143
  • Sound Transmission Affected by Temperature and Air Current-*, 89
  • Southampton New Dock, 391
  • Spanish Industries and Lack of Capital, 571 Spirit Manufacture from Wood Pulp, 571 Spitzbergen, Coal Mine Working and Mild Winter, 385
  • Stalactite Cave. Largest in Europe, Discovered in Austria, 359
  • Steam Experiments with a Barometer Tube, 647 Street Flushing and Sprinkling, Automatic, 89 Submarine Telegraph Cable between Colon and Limon, 515
  • Suction Dredger Record in New York State, 669 Suction Producer Cooled by Carbonic Acid, 223 Sulphur in Coals and Cokes, To Estimate, 543 Sulphur Mines in Sicily, Legal Requirements. 275 Sulphur Trade between Japan and the United States, 695 .
  • Survey, Geological, &c,, of Victoria, Australia, I 143 I
  • TANKS to Counteract Rolling in Ships, 571
  • Teachers in Technical Institutions, Association of. 511
  • Telegraph Cables between America and Cornwixll Projected, 359
  • Telegraph Poles, Preservative Methods, 143
  • Telegraphy between Germany and her Colonies, 669
  • Telephone or Electric Light; Friendly Interchange of Courtesy, 275
  • Telephones in Collieries Made Compulsory in Onio, 275
  • Temperature of Wire, Accuracy in Survey Work, 275
  • Tenedos II., Wooden Battleship Sold by Auction, 115
  • Tests or Timber Beams, 32, 290
  • Textile Institute, History, 223
  • Thames Survey by New Port Authority, 571 Thorium, F. Soddy, 695
  • Tientsin Trade for 1909, 89
  • Timber from Brazil Forests, 623
  • Construction, Novel Type, 571 Preservation, Simple Recipe for, 695 Testing by Microscope, 143
  • Tests, Strength Lost by Creosoting, 32 of Vancouver Islnnd and Coast, 623
  • Time Signals from the Eiffel Tower, 597
  • Tin Smelting in the Transvaal a Success, 385
  • Torpedo Factory on the Clyde, 197, 438
  • Transport of Coal and Ore by Electric Traction, W. C. Brown, 439
  • Tree-felling by Electric Wire, 303
  • Trees 100,000 Years Old, 385
  • Tungsten Discovery in North Chile, 465
  • Tungsten Filament, Brittleness of, 89
  • Tungsten Mines in Washington, 89
  • Turbine, De Laval, Reversible, 465 Turpentine Extraction in Karafuto, 355
  • Tyndall Research Studentship, 474
  • UNITED States Output of Tin-plates and Terne Plates, 515
  • University College, London, Post-graduate Lectures, 330, 514; Telegraphy and Telephony, Electrical Measurements, Professor J. A. Fleming, 516
  • University of Liverpool, Engineering Appointments, 626
  • Uranium Discovery in Western Australia, 249 Uruguay and Wireless Telegraphy, 647
  • VALPARAISO Harbour, Improved Equipment, 303
  • Valve Diagram Instrument, Heath, 258
  • Vancouver’s Cheap Water Power, 623
  • Venice Dock Extension, 39
  • Ventilating Tunnels by Water Power, 439
  • Ventilation Aided by Ozonised Air, 249
  • WATER Communication between North and South Germany, 643
  • Water Pipe Scarcity in Toronto, 275
  • Water Power in France, Amount Unutilised, 465 Water Power Installations for Generating Compressed Air, 256
  • Water Turbine Plant, Jens Often Boving, 579 Water Valve Accident, Strange, 439

Water Supply:

  • Birmingham Water Committee, Severn Syphon Strengthening, 597
  • Cairo, Wells Abandoned in Favour of the Nile, 65
  • Copper Sulphate to Prevent Algae in Reservoirs, 439
  • Edinburgh and District Water Trust, 615 Hereford Waterworks: Question of Loan, 515 Hyderabad, Waterworks Improvement at, 623 Lowell, Mass., Complaints and Remedies, 169 Metropolitan Water Board’s Visit to Ching- ford Reservoir, 115; Annual Report, 197
  • Old Well Found in Ottawa, 143
  • Pressure Filters on Water Mains, 143
  • Troon, Now Waterworks at Loch Bradan, 418
  • United States Geological Survey, Report on Water Supply, 612
  • Vienna, New Waterworks Completion, 143
  • Water Economised by Discovery of Underground Leaks. 223
  • Water Mains, New System of Cleaning, R. A. Adamson, 331
  • Waters, Surface, in the United States, Quality of, R. B. Dole, 13
  • WAYSIDE Telephones to Connect with Domestic or Public System, 89
  • Weights and Measures in South Africa, 385 Weldless Steel Rings, Largest Rolled in the United States, 465
  • Westminster Hall Roof, Restoration Suspended, 669
  • Wheat Elevator System for Karachi, 89 Who’s Who in British Engineering, 88 Wind Power and Wind Velocity. 618 Wire Cables for Holding Shaft Timbers, 359 Wire, Iron, instead of Platinum for Electric Light Bulbs, 331

Wireless Telegraphy:

  • Compulsory on Austrian Passenger Ships, 642
  • Compulsory for Vessels Leaving British and Irish Ports, 89
  • Equipment at Colon, 39
  • Equipment on Cross-Channel Steamers, 385
  • Equipment on Cuxhaven Steam Trawlers, 65
  • Equipment, New Marconi, Trials at Newark, 359
  • Experiment, Message Picked Up at 850 Miles, 516
  • Record by Tramp Steamer, 358
  • Station in Brazil, 543
  • Station Erected by Students, 647
  • Station at Scarborough, 276
  • Station on the Zugspitze, 671
  • Stations for Australia and New Zealand, 156
  • Stations at Capetown and on the Cape Coast, 303
  • Stations in Chicago, Large Number, 223
  • Stations’ Directory, 597
  • Telegrams for Ships, Public Facilities by Post-office, 39
  • Telegraphy in Africa, 219
  • Telegraphy and Bacon, 236
  • WOOD Ashes, Analysis, 249
  • Workmen’s Compensation and Frostbite, 5

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