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The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.

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A

  • ACCRETION at Estuary Harbours on the South Coast of England, G. O. Case, 493
  • Acetylene Gas Lighting ; Cleaning Out the Generator ; Improved Method for Using the Carbide, 253
  • Acetylene Gas Lighting and Cooking, Demonstration Van, 334
  • Acetylene, Perfected Method of Dry Preparation, 567
  • Acetylene and Welding Association, British ; Revised Rules and Regulations; Classes for Instruction in Oxy-acetylene Welding, 279
  • Aerial Cableway, 75 Miles Long, Across the Himalayas, 536

AERONAUTICS :

  • - Aeroplane, Biggest on Record, Built by St. Petersburg Student, 335
  • - Aluminium in Aeroplanes, 199
  • - Army Air Service, New Military Department, 67
  • - Army Airship Delta, Successful Test, 413
  • - Aviation in France by National Subscription, 467
  • - Aviation Stations for Coast Defence, 225
  • - Balloons Inflated with Natural Gas for Pleasure Trips, 173
  • - Bronze or Pressed Steel for Use in Aeroplane Construction, 279
  • - Daily Upper Air Observations with Kites and Captive Balloons at Lindenberg Observatory, 147
  • - Eta Airship Acting as Tug, 225
  • - Fire in Airships, Method of Reducing Risks, 467
  • - Gun for Aircraft Destruction, Experiments off the Isle of Wight, 627
  • - Hydro-aeroplane and Seaplane Competition in Italy, 413
  • - Italian Airship M3, 627
  • - Italian Military Airship M 2, Record Flight, 441
  • - Monoplanes’ Success in Italian Manoeuvres, 335
  • - Naval and Military Aeroplane Engine Competition, 467
  • - Parseval Airships Made in Germany for the British Government, 467
  • - Stability of Aeroplanes, H. S. Wildeblood, 467
  • - Travelling Workshop for Royal Flying Corps, 225
  • ALLEN, W. H., and Son, Students’ Association Dinner, 526
  • Alloy, New Type ; Possible Cheap Substitute for Platinum, 279
  • Aluminium Alloy, Good All-round Mixture, 67
  • Aluminium, Cobbler’s Wax as a Suitable Lubricant for, 221
  • Aluminium Foil, Extended Use of, 199
  • Aluminium in Liquid Form as Preventive of Rust, andc., 119
  • Ancient Wood Guttering, Discovery in Birmingham, 467
  • Anthracite Dust and Bituminous Coal, How to Use, 13
  • Aqueduct, Apulian, Delayed Progress, 307
  • Artesian Water Boring in South Australia, 413
  • Artesian Wells in Australia, Use of Water for Electrical Purposes, 573
  • Artificial Daylight Produced with Incandescent Mantle, Dr. H. E. Ives, 225
  • Asbestos Shield for Eyes for Use with Incandescent Lamp in Constricted Places, 199

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • Association, The British :
  • - Meeting at Birmingham, Statistics of Attendance, 627
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester :
  • - Development of the Dynamo, Dr. Edward Hopkin son’s Inaugural Address, 454
  • Institute, Iron and Steel :
  • - Annual and Autumn Meetings in 1914, 515
  • - Brussels Meeting ; List of Papers, 160
  • Institute of Metals :
  • - Annual Meeting and Dinner, 594
  • - Internal Strains in Cold Wrought Metals and Some Troubles Caused Thereby, Professor Heyn, 594
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers:
  • - Fuel Question, J. S. Critchley, 421
  • - Meeting ; Award of Medals and Prizes, 421
  • - Programme of Papers and Visits for the Session, 395
  • - Visit to Smith, Parfrey and Co.’s Works, 395
  • - Visit to Vauxhall Motors, Limited, 586
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • - Awards for Papers, 449, 635
  • - Bridges on the Northern Section of the Nagda- Muttra State Railway, J. Kerr Robertson, 635
  • - Students’ Meeting, 640
  • - Liverpool-street Extension of the Central London Railway, H. V. Hutt, 640
  • Manchester Students’ Section :
  • - Slow Progress of Railway Electrification, S. L. Pearce, 653
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • - Electricity Supply of Large Cities, Dr. Klingenberg, 607
  • Birmingham Section :
  • - British Standard Specification for Consumers’ Meters, 653
  • Manchester Section :
  • - Supply of Electrical Engineers in Excess of the Demand, Professor E. W. Marchant, 527

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS, AND SOCIETIES (continued):

  • Institution of Mining Engineers :
  • - Annual General Meeting ; Programme, 320
  • Institution of Naval Architects :
  • - Martell Scholarship, 662
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders :
  • - Steam versus Internal Combustion and Electricity, Sir Charles Parsons, 573
  • Institution, Royal :
  • - Christmas Course of Juvenile Lectures, Professor H. H. Turner, 507
  • - Lecture Arrangements up to Easter, 666
  • - Meeting and Election, 56
  • Society, Aeronautical, of Great Britain :
  • - Fellowship Elections, 334
  • Society, American, of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers :
  • - Meeting and Programme of Papers, 587
  • Society of Engineers (Incorporated) :
  • - Annual General Meeting, Elections; Awards, 640
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering :
  • - Construction of Large Buildings, A. C. Auden, 664
  • Society, Physical :
  • - Annual Exhibition, 607
  • Society, Royal :
  • - Tyndall Research Studentship, 642
  • Society, Royal Agricultural, of England :
  • - Laboratory Rebuilding as Centenary Commemoration, 607
  • Society, Royal, of Arts :
  • - Albert Medal Presented to the King by the Royal Society of Arts, 108
  • - Annual Meeting and Elections, 28
  • - Programme for the Session, 532
  • - Silver Medal Awards for Papers, 26
  • Society, Royal Meteorological :
  • - Daily Temperature Change at Great Heights, W. H. Dines, 558
  • - Great Rain Storm at Doncaster, September 17th, 1913, R. C. Mossman, C. Salter, 666
  • - Meteorological Conditions of an Ice Sheet and their Bearing on the Desiccation of the Globe, C. E. P. Brooks, 666
  • - Recent Studies of Snow in the United States, Dr. J. E. Church, jun., 666
  • - Symons’ Gold Medal Award, 447
  • AUSTRALIA, Superior Factory Methods, 627
  • Australian Commonwealth Offices in the Strand ; Australian Materials and Workmanship, 253
  • Autogenous Welding, Rapid Development of, Professor Fraenkel, 573
  • Automatic Telephone Exchanges, Extension of the System, 545
  • Automatic Telephones at Hereford, 519
  • Automobile Headlight, New Movable Type, 173
  • Automobile Motor Tested up to 3310 Revolutions per Minute, 331

B

  • BACTERIA in Swimming Ponds Eliminated by Electrolysed Sea Water, 41
  • Ball and Roller Bearings, Device to Secure Necessary Accuracy, 41
  • Bamboo for Military Structures, 627
  • Bauxite and its Transformations, 573
  • Belts to be Cemented at the Joints, Coating for, 67
  • Benzol Production for Motor Cars in Germany, 599
  • Benzol Recovery for Motor Car Engine Use, 441
  • Birmingham Gas, Weekly Output, 679
  • Bitumen as Cause of Explosions in Laying Electric Cables, Board of Trade Inquiry, 599
  • Blakey, Mr. Harry, 506
  • Blasting Pole-holes in Frozen Ground, 679
  • Boiler Explosions in 1911 and 1912, Board of Trade Report, 9
  • Boiler Explosions Chiefly Caused by Small Vertical Type, 253
  • Bone-burning Works in Russia, 519
  • Boring and Turning Mill, Very Large, for United States Navy, 335
  • Bradford Trackless and Tramways Systems, Cost and Revenue Compared, 361
  • British and American Industries, Comparison of Efficiency of Labour, 119
  • British Radium Standard, 572
  • Broken Stone and Chippings, Standard Specification for Sizes, 233
  • Building, Arts Connected with, Programme of Lectures, 690
  • Building Height Restrictions in New York, 653
  • Building for the Future in America, Solidity and Permanency, 573

C

  • CALCUTTA, Extensive New Buildings, 467
  • Canals, Mechanical Propulsion on, F. Impey, 627
  • Candle-power or Foot-candles as Unit in Illuminating Calculations, 279
  • Canvas for Wagon Tops, Tents, andc., Process for Coating to Exclude Moisture, 545
  • Carbon Deposit Removal from Cylinders and Valves of Internal Combustion Engines, 307
  • Cast Copper Effectively Produced by Means of Boron, 93
  • “Cat Gallows’ Bridge,” Removal, 13
  • Celluloid, Storage of, 679
  • Central Station Steam Heating ; Utilising Waste Heat from Gas and Oil Engines, 519
  • Charcoal Used for Melting Brass and Bronze, but Dangerous with Aluminium, 361
  • Chicago Motor Car Thieves, 147
  • City and Guilds College Engineering Society, Refrigeration and Cold Storage, E. J. Darton, 480
  • Clyde Navigation Trustees and Dock Extension Scheme, 119
  • Coal in China, Combined Output of Collieries, 545
  • Coal Company’s Electric Railways Extension, 13
  • Coal Exports from Japan, 93
  • Coal Mines, “Heckmann” Apparatus for Testing Air Charged with Fire-damp, F. P. Koenig, 527
  • Coal Mining Development Throughout the World, 361
  • Coal Mining in Rhenish Westphalia, 93
  • Coal and Petroleum Statistics : Output and Accidents, 262
  • Coal Tar and Quicklime as Preservative for Metal Work, 441
  • Coal Testing Results by Monsieur Leo Vignon, 573
  • Coke Oven Gas for Municipal Lighting, 638
  • Collieries as Generating Stations ; Unwarranted Aspersions of Electricity, 519
  • Collieries in North Wales; Central Rescue Station, 481
  • Colliery Locomotives, Largest ever Built, 627
  • Competition for New Motor Fuel Prize, 679
  • Concrete Depositing in Deep Water through a Funnel, Method of Preventing Waste of Concrete, 545
  • Concrete Lock Walls of the Panama Canal, Wash for, 199
  • Concrete Reflectors Instead of Enamelled Steel for Lock on the Panama Canal, 519
  • Conversion of Waste Oil into Motor Spirit, 627 Co-partnership in Industry, Sir Corbet Woodall, 519
  • Copper and Brass Trades, History of, 13
  • Copper Wire Manufacture by Electro-deposition, 413
  • Corrosion Tests by New York Board of Water Supply, 93
  • Corrugated Tubes, New Process for Manufacture, 67
  • Cotton Mill Lighting, Fundamental Principles, A. L. Pearson, 544
  • Cracks in Brass Switch Rods ; Recommendations to Adopt in Manufacture, 253
  • Crane Accident Caused by Loose Bearings, 41
  • Crystal Palace Engineering Society, Papers and Awards, 692
  • Crystallising Properties of Electro-deposited Iron, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter, 599
  • Crystallography, The New Science, 199
  • Cycle and Motor Cycle Trade in Japan, 41

D

  • DAM, The Mohne, Largest in Germany, 161
  • Damming the St. Lawrence River, Canadian Objections to American Scheme, 361
  • Dazzling Lights at Night, Device to Protect Driver’s Eyes, 467
  • Dew Point Temperature, New Method of Deter mining, 335
  • Diesel Engine Operation, Wearing Troubles, W. A. Tookey, 67
  • Diesel Engine Users’ Association, 506
  • Diesel Engines for Sea-going Vessels, Lloyd’s Register Report, 413
  • Drawing Pens, New Design of, W. F. Stanley and Co., 475

E

  • EARTHQUAKES in Central America, Depression of the Ocean Bed off the Coast of Panama, 545

ELECTRICAL MATTERS:

  • - Advance in Use of Electrical Power in London for Driving, 41
  • - Ancient Failure in Cables and its Consequences, Dr. Ferranti, 225
  • - Armature Damage and Engineman’s Aberration of Intellect, 279
  • - Atmospheric Electricity Study in Germany, 173
  • - Battery Equipment ; Survival of Rough Treatment, 67
  • - Brushes of Dynamos or Motors, Care of, F. Garthmann, 366
  • - Cadmium Electrode Plates for Alkaline Accumulators, Forseke and Aschenbach’s New Process, 493
  • - Chicago Easily First in the World’s Production of Electric Power, 335
  • - Commercial Vehicle, Electrically Propelled, Advantages and Cost, 361
  • - Contacts of Circuit Breakers, Heating After Long Service, 67
  • - Control Apparatus for Public Electric Lighting, Suggestions and Difficulties, 361
  • - Death from a Bell Wire, 558
  • - Deflection of Insulators with Unequally Loaded Spans, 387
  • - Dynamo Design and Construction, Ancient and Modern, 335
  • - Earthing of Neutrals, Correct Methods in Varying Conditions, 627
  • - Efficiency of the Polyphase Induction Motor from the Current (Circle) Diagram, andc., J. S. Nicholson, 493
  • - Electrical Equipment of Gasoline Automobiles, F. Conrad, 653

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued) :

  • - Electric Light as a Necessity, 679
  • - Electric Light Switching Certificates, 54
  • - Electric Lighting of Automobiles, Tests of Power Used, 253
  • - Electric Shock from Directing Stream of Water on a High-tension Electric Line, 519
  • - Electric Shovels for Irrigation Dam Work in Nevada, 41
  • - Electrical Tannery at Burton-on-Trent, 526
  • - Electric Vehicles, Gradually Extending Use, 179
  • - Electricity, Simple Production of, by Friction, 13
  • - Electro-Cardiography, Expensive Method in Medical Treatment, 67
  • - Enamelled Wire for Instrument Winding, To Clean for Soldering, 225
  • - Farm Work by Cheap Electric Power in Canada, 454
  • - Ferro-chrome Produced by Electric Furnaces in Sweden, 653
  • - Fires in Chicago Due to Electrical Causes, 253
  • - Flame Arc Lighting Installation for Leipzig Railway Station, 441
  • - Giant Armature Transported Through New York City, 173
  • - Glasgow Large New Generating Station Inspection of American Installations, 253
  • - Hammersmith Coal Storage Tanks and Transporting Plant for Electricity Undertaking, 627
  • - Hysteretic Energy Loss, Law of, Dr. Steinmetz, 119
  • - Iron Core Losses in New Electrical Machinerv, 467
  • - Labour Saving by Electric Devices, Usefulness of Lifting Magnets, 573
  • - Lead Battery for Use with Industrial Road Vehicles, 225
  • - Leclanche Battery, Advantages of Sack Type, 366
  • - Load Factors in Large Power Stations, 119
  • - Low Watt Consumption per Candle-power, The Hefner Candle, 67
  • - Malvern Electrical Supply, Need of Extension, 599
  • - Manchester Power Stations Electrical Output, 627
  • - Mercury Arc Rectifier, Probable Adaptation for Railway Use, 653
  • - Mine Sub-station of Structural Steel, 387
  • - Mining Loads for Central Stations, 225
  • - Modern Electrical Equipment, Its Capacity of Resistance to Severe Conditions, 119
  • - Motor Car Lighting Dynamo, American Design, 413
  • - Motors, Single, for Driving Reversing Rolling Mills, 67
  • - Oil Fuel in Stationary Electric Power Stations, 119
  • - Plant Growth Stimulation by Means of Electric Currents, 93
  • - Power-driven Forging and Stamping Plant, W. Spencer, 653
  • - Power Transmission between Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, 679
  • - Rand Water Board Plant and Electrical Disturbances, 147
  • - Receiving Intensity Tests by Night and Day, 627
  • - Sealing Metallic Conductors, G. B. Burnside’s Method, 147
  • - Series Motor for Automobile Work, 13
  • - Shanghai, Cooking and Heating by Municipal Electrical Supply, 335
  • - Short Circuit on Parallel Wires, 679
  • - Small Armatures, Machine for Rewinding, 173
  • - Smelting of Zinc Ore by Electric Furnace, 186
  • - Standard Pressures and Periodicities, Fixture of Necessary, 147
  • - Storage Batteries for Electric Automobiles, W. H. L. Watson and R. J. Mitchell, 13
  • - Switches, Specific Rating of, 493
  • - Testing of Watt-hour Meters, Large and Small, 361
  • - Timber Seasoning in the Forest by Electricity, Dr. Nodon, 225
  • - Transformer and Switch Oils, 13
  • - Turbo-generators with High and Low- pressure Sets, New Departure, 335
  • - Uskub Streets Lighted by Electricity, 173
  • - Voltage of Long-distance Transmissions and the Suspension Insulator, 199
  • - Voltage Required for Arc Welding, Difficulty in Avoiding Waste, 545
  • - Wire Type Heating Element Insulated by Aluminium Oxide, Experiments, 67
  • ELECTROLYTIC Colouring of Metals, Suitable Bath, 307
  • Electrolytic Treatment of Lead Poisoning, 467
  • Elianite, New Alloy particularly Resistant to Acids, 413
  • Engineering Standards Committee, Report No. 64, 292
  • Engineering Standards Committee : Revision of Report No. 51, 266
  • Engine-room Heroes’ Memorial at Liverpool, 519
  • Etching on Brass, Satisfactory Ground for, 545
  • Eye-preserving Glass for Spectacles, Sir W. Crookes’ Experiments, 653

F

  • FACTORY Inspectors’ Reports in Ontario, 199
  • Factory Lighting, Good, Importance of, H. Flexner and A. O. Dicker, 454
  • Fatal Explosion at Kynochs’ Works, 361
  • Feeding Graphite into the Feed Water of a Boiler, 413
  • Ferro-cement for Road Surfacing in France, 361
  • Films Showing Street Car Accidents, Publicly Exhibited in Chicago, 13
  • Fire Risk in Floor Openings, 387
  • Fire at the Wilton Works of the General Electric Company, 134
  • Fires and Rats Extinguished by Sulphur Dioxide Gas Invention, Welin Davit and Engineering Company, 480
  • Floating Crane for Portsmouth Dockyard, 413
  • Flow of Air through Sheet Steel Ducts, Experiments, 67
  • Franco-Belgian Ironfield : Ancient Workings Reopened, 253
  • French Consular Fees and British Shipments, 173
  • French Motor Car Industry Statistics, 225

G

  • GAS Ignition by Incandescent Lamps, 173
  • Gas for Industrial Purposes, Use of, H. M. Thornton, 573
  • Gas Lighting on the Pintsch System, Extensive Installation at Railway Goods Yard, 519
  • Gas Measurement by Electrical Device, 679
  • Glass Gauges on Steam Boilers, Cleansing Solution, 361
  • Graphite, Magnetic Properties and Electrical Resistance of, 413
  • Greenwich Time Received from * France or Germany, 253
  • Grinding Trade, Imperfect Precautions against Dust, 147
  • Gustave Canet Lecture, 21
  • Gypsum Discovery, Valuable, in Western Australia, 519

H

  • HAKODATE Breakwater, Japan, 67
  • Harbour Tunnel Opened between Finnieston and Mavisbank Quay, Glasgow, 67
  • Harecastle Canal Tunnel, Government Urged to Investigate Condition, 147
  • Harland and Wolff’s Scotch Shipbuilding Arrangements, 586
  • Heat and Cold Extremes at Lyons, Experiment to Check Evaporation from the Rhone and Saone, 599
  • Heating Small Factories, 67
  • Heavy Motor Wagons on Main Roads, Greatly Increased Expenditure, 519
  • Heavy Oil Fuel for Internal Combustion Engines, J. C. Allen, 307
  • Hertzian Waves between Toulon and Paris, Speed of Propagation, 173
  • Hong-Kong University, Machine Tools for, 334
  • Horse Omnibus, Rapid Disappearance of, 41
  • Humber, Scheme for Tunnelling from Pauli to Goxhill, 225
  • Hydro-electric Plant for Production of Ferronickel and Ferro-chrome, 13

I

  • ICE Manufacture by Electricity, 13
  • Ice Welding, Experiments, 361
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology, Scholarships Award, 480
  • Imperial Observatory, German, at Tsingtau, China, Rapidly Extending Development and Utility, 279
  • Improvement Works on the River Don, South Russia, 450
  • Incandescent Lamps, Higher Efficiency, 173
  • Institution of Petroleum Technologists, 554
  • International Testing Association, Meeting, 9

IRON AND STEEL:

  • - Bending Cast Iron Pipes, 119
  • - Castings, Small Mild Steel, for Automobile Construction, Produced in Electric Furnace, 93
  • - Coating Iron with Aluminium by Electrolytic Means, 316
  • - Corrosion of Iron in Acid Waters, Prevention by Electrolytic Method, 573
  • - Drilling Holes in Soft Steels, Result of Tests of Material, 441
  • - Iron and Concrete and Electrolysis, 335
  • - Iron and Copper Pyrites, Special Artificial Light Required to Separate, 361
  • - Pig Iron for Export in Sweden, Question for Swedish Board of Trade, 387
  • - Rust on Ironwork ; Slight Coating an Advantage when Painting as a Protection but otherwise when Painting as Decoration, 279
  • - Rust Removal by Chloride of Tin, 553
  • - Steel Dome for the Wisconsin State Capitol, Et S. Andrews, 519
  • - Steel Producing Electric Furnaces, Six Times as Many in Europe as in the United States, 93
  • ITALY and Canada, Monthly Steamship Service Started, 93

J

  • JAPANESE Output of Crude Petroleum, 3

L

  • LABORATORY for Chemical Research in Connection with Ordnance Works at Crombie, 173
  • Lactic Acid and Ammonium Lactate as Fluxes, 544
  • Lava, Artificial, for Heat and Electrical Insulation, 678
  • Lead Poisoning Cured by Electrolytic Baths, 573
  • Lighthouse at Cape Wrath, Removal, 67
  • Lightning Conductors on St. Paul’s Cathedral, Ancient Controversy Recalled by Discovery of Old Bar, 335
  • Lignite Deposits in Saskatchewan, Utilisation of, R. O. Wynne-Roberts, 387
  • Liquefaction of Natural Gas and Utilisation for Motor Car Power, 41
  • Liquid Air in Mine Explosives, Experiments, 307
  • Liquid Fuel for Interna] Combustion Motors, Alcohol and Petrol Compared, 173
  • Liquid Fuel for Internal Combustion Motors, French Automobile Club’s Investigations, 173
  • Living Pictures in a Court of Justice, 679
  • Lloyd’s Register Scholarship and Premiums, Awards, 340
  • Lochs in Scotland for Landing Hydroplanes, Purchase by Admiralty, 387
  • London-Cowes Motor Boat Race, 80
  • London as Machinery Market for the World, 441

M

  • McINTOSH, J. F., Retirement from the Caledonian Railway Company, Appointment of Successor, 664
  • Magnetisation of Steel ; Proportion Permanently Retained, 41
  • Magnetising Permanent Magnets, Now Device, 41
  • Magnets, Permanent, Professor Silvanus P. Thompson on Manufacture of, 331
  • Mail Sacks in Underground Tubes, New Device for Transport, 441
  • Manganese and Manganiferous Ores in 1912, Production of, 307
  • Mechanical Filters and Liming Tanks at Fair- milehead, Cause of Occasional Breakdowns, 441
  • Melting Borings, Successful Method, 279
  • Mercury Vapour Lamp and Red Rays Deficiency, 387
  • Mersey, Heavy Labour and Expense in Dredging, 369
  • Metal Production, Greatly Extended and Risk of Exhaustion, Professor T. Turner, 493
  • Metallic Sodium and Potassium Wires, Stretching of, B. B. Baker, 119
  • Metallurgical and Engineering Institute for Wednesbury, 93
  • Meteorite Fall in Japan, Chemical Analyses, 253
  • Methane, Formation and Decomposition in Presence of Certain Substances, 467

MINES AND MINING NEWS:

  • - Blasting Charges in Mines, Advantage of Simultaneous Firing from the Surface, 387
  • - Explosives in Coal Mines, New Home-office Order, 387
  • - Mineral Production of West Australia, Statistics, 67
  • - Mines in the United States, Use and Care of Mine Rescue Breathing Apparatus, 253
  • - Safety in Mines, South Wales Conference, 623
  • - Stone Dust Method for Prevention of Coal Dust Explosions, Professor Hummel, 387
  • MOND Gas Plant, Installation of, in Austria, 692
  • Motor Car Collision with Telephone Pole, Fatal Results, 279
  • Motor Car Exports from France, Thriving Trade, 335
  • Motor Car Lamp Equipment ; Necessary Dynamo Capacity, A. E. Waller, 679
  • Motor Car Lighting by Novel Method, 573
  • Motor Car, Motor Cycle and Cycle Statistics in France, 13
  • Motor Traffic Committee, Statistics, 13
  • Motor Traffic Speed Limit in London, 41

N

  • NATIONAL Illumination Committee of Great Britain, 666
  • Natural Gas Discovery at Whittlesea, Peterborough, 67
  • Natural Gas Industry in the United States, 599
  • New South Wales State Housing Scheme in Sydney, 493
  • New York Harbour, New Dry Dock, 545
  • New Zealand’s Future Naval Policy, 467
  • New Zealand, Street, Drainage, and Water Improvements in Auckland, 279
  • Nickel Plating Brass and Copper Parts, 599
  • Nut Covers, Nesbitt, R. Bowran and Co., 412

O

  • OIL Discharge from Naval Ships and Injury to Oyster Fisheries, 335
  • Oil Discoveries in Papua, 93
  • Oil in Feed Water, 253 ; (Letter), 360
  • Oil Fuel, Admiralty Specifications for 1910 and 1912, 199
  • Oil Fuel in the Argentine for Railways, Steamships, and other Purposes, 573
  • Oil Industry in Papua, Excellent Prospects, 335
  • Oil Pipe Lines from Petroleum Wells to the Black Sea Coast, 224
  • Organ Blowing by Electricity, 653
  • Ouse, Opening for Navigation between Bedford and Kings Lynn, 67
  • Oxy-acetylene Installation, Great Economy Effected by, 387
  • Oxy-acetylene Welding, Fatal Explosion follows Carelessness, 413
  • Oxy-hydrogen Flame Working under Water, 147
  • Oxy-hydrogen Torch ; Use under Water, 573
  • Ozone as an Air Purifier, Adverse Report, 441 ; (Letter), 475
  • Ozonising or Open Windows, 225

P

  • PAINT Causing Rust instead of Protection, 361
  • Panama Canal Lock Gates, Erection Completed, 648
  • Panama Canal Machinery and Electric Equipment for Use in Alaska, 653
  • Panama-Pacific Exhibition at San Francisco, Machinery Hall, 307
  • Papermaking from Baboos Projected in India, 93
  • Patten Makers’ Dinner, 607
  • Peat as Commercial Source of Motor Spirit, 279
  • Peebles’ Annual Outing, 9
  • Petrol Gauges on Motor Cars, Need of, 307
  • Petrol in the Gutters, Dangerous Practice, 225
  • Petrol Motor Vehicle Design, Deficiency in Requisite Knowledge, 467
  • Petrol Substitutes Committee, Favourable Report of New Process, 279
  • Petroleum Refinery in New Zealand, 279
  • Petroleum Shipments from Tuxpam, Mexico, 93
  • Petroleum Spirit Mistaken for Petroleum Oil, 467
  • Petroleum Storage in Tank Steamer, 199
  • Petroleum Technologists, Institution of, 554
  • Photographing Battleships in Action, 199
  • Photographing H.M. Ships, Official Regulations, 199
  • Pitot Tube as Means of Measuring Gases, Experiments to Test its Reliability, 387
  • “Platonite,” a New Pattern Plate Material, 686
  • Ploughs, Steam and Motor, Russian Tests of, 688
  • Ploughing Engines, Steam or Motor, for the Congo, Competitive Trials in Belgium, 106
  • Presentation at Crompton and Company’s Chelmsford Works, 482
  • Protectors for Heavy Finished Castings, 335
  • Purifying Waste Water by Addition of Colloidal Clay, 573

Q

  • QUEBEC, New Dock, Largest in America, 67

R

  • RADIUM, British Supplies Bought Up by Germany, 85
  • Radium Extraction by New Economical Process, Professor R. Somner, 599
  • Radium and Uranium, European Sources of Production, 93

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS :

  • - Accumulator Driven Cars on Prussian State Railways, 173
  • - All-electric Power Signalling Apparatus at Snow Hill Station, Birmingham, 252
  • - Aluminium for Electric Railway Coach Construction, 41
  • - Argentine State Railways, Active Construction Schemes, 101
  • - Australia, Eastern and Western, Slow Progress of Transcontinental Railway, 441
  • - Austrian Hydro-electric Station to Work the Vintschgau Railway, 441
  • - Automatic Signalling and Track Circuiting ; Bonding Design on the London and South- Western Railway, 225
  • - Bakerloo Tube Extension to Paddington, 599 Basle New Station on the Swiss-German Frontier, 307
  • - Belgian and Dutch Railway Communication, 653
  • - Belgian Railway Wagon Repairing Shop at Monceau, Increased Traffic, 413
  • - Benguella Railway Company’s Progress, 467
  • - Ben Nevis, Projected Railway up the Mountain from Fort William, 199
  • - Berlin Overhead and Underground Railway, 493
  • - Berlin Railways’ Electrification, Question of Fuel for Steam Raising, 41
  • - Berlin Street Railway Motor Car, 62
  • - Boilers, Large Capacity, for Main Line Service, 307
  • - Bradford, Delayed Main Line, Midland Railway or London and North-Western, 573
  • - Braking Valves and Damaged Clothing, 225
  • - Bridge to Connect the Island of Rugen with the Mainland at Stralsund, 599
  • - Bridge Replacement without Interruption to Traffic, Notable Feat, 519
  • - British Columbia, Costly Railway to Summit of Hope Range, 335
  • - British Concessions for Railways in China, 545
  • - Burma Railways, Long Bridge over Pazun- daung Gorge, 67
  • - Caledonian Railway Company, Retirement of J. F. McIntosh and Appointment of Successor, 664
  • - Canadian Northern Railway System, Phenomenally Rapid Development, 101
  • - Canadian Pacific Railway Buildings in Toronto, 361
  • - Cape to Cairo Railway Construction, Difficulties of Unfriendly Natives and Wild Animals, 361
  • - Cape to Cairo Railway, Wet Season Interferes with Bridge Work, 169
  • - Cape Town, Proposed Funicular Railway up the Mountain, 253
  • - Central Africa Railway Extension, 545
  • - Central London Railway Acceleration, Nonstopping Trains, 653
  • - Characteristics and Operating Features of the Gas-electric Car, 599
  • - Chekiang Railway, Proposed Connecting Line between Changsau and Yusan, 179
  • - Chinese Railway Construction by British Contractors, 679
  • - Christiania and Drammen Railway, Conversion to Standard Gauge and to Electric Traction, 13
  • - City and South London Railway, Proposed Widening, 93
  • - Clifton and Hotwells (Lift) Railway, 307
  • - Coal Mines, Electric Locomotive Traction in, 199
  • - Coal, Mechanical Plant for Unloading, Conveying, Storing, Weighing, and Loading on to Locomotive Tenders, 493
  • - Congo-Tanganyika and Lower Congo- Katanga Railways, Progress, 545
  • - Dessau-Bitterfeld Railway, New Singlephase Siemens-Schuckert Locomotive, 545
  • - Dessau-Bitterfeld Single-phase Railway, Trial Section, Increase of Voltage and of Span Lengths, 253
  • - Dust from Commutator Slotting Machine, Saleable Value, 67
  • - Edinburgh Cable Car Tramway Service, Interruption Due to Heat, 41

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • - Egyptian Government Railways, High Standard of Efficiency, 66
  • - Egyptian Railway’s Order for Tank Locomotives for Use on the Helouan Line, 545
  • - Egyptian State Railway Bridge over the Nile at Mansurah, 307
  • - Electric Branch Railway in Russia, 387
  • - Electric Lighting of Russian State Railways, Conditions of Competition, 467
  • - Electric Locomotive Handling, Simplicity of Working and Maintenance, 119
  • - Electric Traction in Germany, Italy, Austria, Sweden, and Russia, 441
  • - Electric Traction on Mountain and on Suburban Lines, Similar Problems, 13
  • - Electric Welding for Locomotive Boilers and Fire-boxes in America, 253
  • - Electric Welding Success on the Erie Railway, 93
  • - Electricity Supply for Railways, 119
  • - Electrification Benefits in Abatement of Noise and Smoke, 67
  • - Electrification of Line from New York to New Haven, 199
  • - Electrification of Main Lines in the United Kingdom, 679
  • - Electrification Statistics in America, 173
  • - Electrification of Suburban Lines of the London and North-Western and London and South-Western Railways, 252
  • - Electro-pneumatic Signalling on the Great Western Railway, 199
  • - Elizabeth ville-Kambove Railway Extension, 545
  • - Engine Driver Chasing his Locomotive, 413
  • - English Rolling Stock on Continental Railways, Professor Luigi Luiggi, 41
  • - Experimental Steel and Asbestos Coaches on the Great Western Railway, 413
  • - Fire-proof Trains, Experiments on the Great Western Railway, 467
  • - Flood Damage to Railways in Natal, 13
  • - Florence to Impruneta by Tramway, 147
  • - German East African Railways, 21
  • - Gattie System for Handling Goods at Railway Stations ; Tests on British and French Railways, 627
  • - Glasgow Traffic Schemes ; Tube Railways or Tramways, 405
  • - Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Expected Completion from Winnipeg to the Coast by August, 1914, 67
  • - Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Progress, 573
  • - Great Eastern Eight-coach Bogie Trains, Difficulties of Make-up, 387
  • - Great Eastern Railway Collision, Board of Trade Report, 413
  • - Greek and European Railway Systems, Railway Line to Link Up, 519
  • - Halifax Terminal Railways, Scheme to Improve Harbour, 93
  • - Honduras, Survey of Trujillo to Juticalpa Line, 119
  • - Iceland, Difficulties of Travel and Proposed Railways, 335
  • - India, Bridge over Lower Ganges, Eastern Bengal Railway, Largest ever Shipped from England, 67
  • - Indian Railways and All-steel Passenger Cars, Satisfactory Tests, 361
  • - Indian Railways’ Gross Earnings, Decrease Due to Strikes, 225
  • - Indian Railways, Passenger Statistics, 87
  • - Indo-Ceylon Railway, Electric Lighting of Railway Premises at Talaimaunar, Adam’s Bridge, 467
  • - Internal Combustion Locomotive in Main Line Motor Practice, 627
  • - Isle of Wight Railways and the General Public, Application for Legal Decision, 545
  • - Japanese Railways and Wide Gauge, 119
  • - Kearney Railway from the Strand to the Crystal Palace, 581
  • - Light Railway Orders Confirmed, 294, 679
  • - Locomotive Exports from Great Britain, 152
  • - Locomotive Fuel Economy, St. Louis and San Francisco Railway, 225
  • - Locomotive Production, Great Economy by Modifications in Painting and Finish, 519
  • - Locomotive Superheating, Varying Methods Tried, 93
  • - London, Brighton and South Coast Railway Tank Engines, 543
  • - London and North-Western and Caledonian Railways’ Improved Rolling Stock, 67
  • - London and North-Western Railway Coaches, Hauling Weight, 279
  • - London and North-Western Railway and Traffic between Coventry and Nuneaton, Suggestions for Improvement, 315
  • - London and South-Western Railway Channel Service : Popular with Passengers and Goods Shippers, 279
  • - Lotschberg Railway, Difficulties of Electric Traction for Broad Gauge Mountain Railway, 186
  • - Lotschberg Railway Opening for Traffic, 253
  • - Lotschberg Railway, Success of the Single- phase System, 335
  • - Lubrication of Rails in New York and in Liverpool, Automatic and Otherwise, 679
  • - Lucerne, Proposed New Railway on the Left Bank of the Lake, 573
  • - Ludgate-hill Station, Rebuilding, 387
  • - M. U. F. on Pittsburgh Cars, 194
  • - Machine Moulding Plant for Railway Equipment, 173
  • - Massaua—Asmara Railway in Erithrea, 41
  • - Melbourne Suburban Railways, Removal of Power-house, 599
  • - Melun, Terrible Railway Disaster on the P.L.M. Railway, 493
  • - Messina Electric Tramway Construction, 41
  • - Metal Furniture for Railway Offices, 147
  • - Metropolitan Railway’s New Station at West Harrow, 573
  • - Metropolitan Railway of Paris, Excavation Work for Extension, 679
  • - Metropolitan Railway Viaduct Widening near Kilburn-Brondesbury Station, 653
  • - “Mikado” Locomotive’s Remarkable Run, 361
  • - Milan, Proposed Underground Railway, 307
  • - Morecambe Tramways ; Question of Electrification, 253
  • - Motor Tower for Tramway Repairs, 627
  • - Mysore-Hassan Railway, Final Estimates, 573

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • - New South Wales £3,000,000 for Railway Purposes, 361
  • - New York Central and Hudson River Railway Electric Locomotives, 679
  • - New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railway’s Prize for Train Control Device, 199
  • - News Bulletins by Wireless on a Moving Train, 679
  • - Non-magnetic Track Rails, 573
  • - North-Eastern Railway Accident, Board of Trade Report, 13
  • - North-Eastern Railway, Little Callerton Section, 13
  • - Odessa to Akkerman New Railway Line, 599
  • - Oil-burning Locomotives for North-Western Railway of India, 147
  • - Oil Fuel Largely Replacing Coal on the Pacific Coast of the United States, 387
  • - Paint-drying Steel Structure for Pennsylvania Railway Rolling Stock, 441
  • - Pan-American Railway, Proposed Extension, 93
  • - Peat, Ground, as a Fuel for Locomotives, Finnish Government in Favour of, 493
  • - Peat Powder as Fuel for Locomotives, 67
  • - Petrol-electric Cars and Tramways, Cost Compared, 599
  • - Petrol Motor Tramcar for the Stirling and Bridge of Allan Tramway Company, 519
  • - Polyphase Motor Traction, New Type on Norfolk and Western Railway, 307
  • - Portable Stone Crushers for Street Railway Repair, 147
  • - Portuguese Railway from Tomar to Nazare, 361
  • - Powdered Fuel for Industrial Purposes, Locomotive Firing, &c., 279
  • - Pretoria, New Railway Station, Advantages of Site and Architecture, 119
  • - Prussia and Belgium Connected by New Railway from Malmedy to Stavelot, 599
  • - Pukow-Hsing—Yangchow Railway Concession Granted to Great Britain, 545
  • - Queensland Railway Extension, 13
  • - Rail Joints, Smooth or Staggered, A. J. Beaton, 493
  • - Railless Electric Traction with Double - decked Cars, Brighton Experiments, 653
  • - Railless Trolley Car System Opened at Ramsbottom, Lancashire, 253
  • - Railway Accidents in the United Kingdom, Analysis of Causes, 545
  • - Railway Construction in India, Extraordinary Difficulties in Certain Cases, 441
  • - Railway Electrification from Power Stations in the Coalfields, 467
  • - Railway Extension in Japan, 147
  • - Railway Mileage Controlled by Queensland Government, 545
  • - Refrigerator Cars on Russian Railways, 173
  • - Rome, Projected Line of Circumvallation, 387
  • - Roumanian Government Constructs Oil Pipe Lines to Relieve the Railways, 224
  • - Russian Railway Construction Developments, 361
  • - “Safety First ” Committees on the Pennsylvania Railway Company, 467
  • - Safety on Railways Mathematically Calculated, 573
  • - St. Gotthard Railway Electrification Scheme, 627
  • - Sandstorms in the Soudan Interfere with Railway Working, 335
  • - Santa Fe Through Train Held up by Danger Signal Caused by a Cow, 279
  • - Sardinia, Concession for New Railway, 493
  • - Serious Accident near Liverpool, 413
  • - Signal Lights Interfered with on the Great Northern Railway by Kinema Light at Peterborough, 253
  • - Signalling Device for Stopping Trains which have Passed the Danger Signal, 361
  • - Signalling Lamps, Electric, Automatic Replacement of, 119
  • - Signalling on the Pennsylvania Railway, Lock and Block System with Additions, 545
  • - Simplon Tunnel, Progress in Boring the Second Gallery, 279
  • - Single-phase Commutator Motor, Satisfactory Working on the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railway, E. F. W. Alexanderson, 335
  • - Single-phase Locomotive on Prussian State Railways, Satisfactory Running after Repair, 467
  • - Single-phase Locomotives on the Midi Railway, 147
  • - Single-phase Traction on the Norfolk and Western Railway Company, U.S.A., 225
  • - Sleepers on Belgian Railways ; Steel or Timber ; Cost and Durability Compared, 253
  • - South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, Change of Chief Locomotive Engineer, 554
  • - South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, Extension and New Station at Margate, 413
  • - South Yorkshire Light Railway Scheme, 627
  • - Spanish Government Railways Projected, 119
  • - Spanish Railway, Puertollano to Cordoba to Shorten Route between Madrid and Seville, 441
  • - “Split-phase” Locomotive, General Electric Company, 467
  • - Steam Generation and Length of Boiler Tubes, 93
  • - Steel Cars Tested for Fire Resistance, 173
  • - Storage Battery Car and Trailer on the Berlin City Railway, 441
  • - Stratfordians Association—Great Eastern Railway Annual Reunion, 626

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • - Street Cars Driven by Turbine and Oil Motors, 307
  • - Superheated Locomotives, Construction of Draught Appliances, Quality of Fuel and Method of Firing, 387
  • - Superheater for Locomotive and Similar Tubular Boilers, J. H. Stirling, 383
  • - Superheaters for Locomotives on the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railway, 199
  • - Swedish State Railway Trunk Lines, Electrification, 41
  • - Swiss Proposals for Railway up Table Mountain, 93
  • - Switzerland, General Electrification of Railways Discussed, Dr. W. Kummer, 225
  • - Switzerland and Italy, Proposed Railway to Shorten Distance, 573
  • - Tare Weight of Railway Wagons, Need of Regular Checking, 581
  • - Three-cylinder Locomotives, J. S. Bell, 413
  • - Ticket Machine for Tramways and Omnibuses, 441
  • - Top Deck of an Omnibus or Tramcar, Invention to Register Full Load of Passengers, 653
  • - Train Control, Detroit System, on the Canadian Pacific Railway, 467
  • - Train Control Device and Prize offered by the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railway, 199
  • - Train Control by Electric Waves, Professor Wirth’s Invention, 199
  • - Train Wireless Equipment put to Practical Use, 627
  • - Tramcar Controller Dangers, Warning by Board of Trade, 679
  • - Tramway Car Lighting, Result of Tests, 279
  • - Tramway Depot at Lichtenberg, Berlin, Largest in the World, 225
  • - Tramways, Electric, Extensive Scheme in Italy, 67
  • - Tramways of Great Britain, Statistics, 119
  • - Transfer of Railway Load from Steam Stations to Mains of Hydro-electric Scheme, 387
  • - Tube Railway from the Strand to the Crystal Palace, 199
  • - Tunnel Collapse at Rouen Station, 335
  • - Tunnel, Five Miles Long, through Selkirk Mountains, Canada, 67
  • - Tunnel Removal in Sheffield Suburb for Widening of Great Central Railway, 335
  • - Vanadium Cast Steel in American Locomotive Construction, 147
  • - Victorian Railway Commissioners and Suburban Railway Electrification, 413
  • - Waterloo Station Improvement, Progress of, 13
  • - Wellington, Railway Extensions and Developments, 173
  • - West and South Australia to be Connected by Railway from Kalgoorlie to Port Augusta, 67
  • - Wiesenthal Single-phase Line of the Baden State Railways, Direct-current Battery Storage Adopted, 13
  • - Wiesenthal Electric Railway Opening, 413
  • - Wireless System for Stopping Moving Trains, Professor C. Wirth, 225
  • - Wireless Telephone Installation on Trains of the Pennsylvania Railway, 387
  • - Yokohama Light Railways, 307
  • - Yokohama and Tokyo Electrification Scheme, 627
  • RAINBOW Cup, C. V. Boys, 475
  • Rainfall in Texas, over 12in. in Twelve Hours, 540
  • Recent Improvements in Welding, Alex. E. Tucker, 679
  • Refractory Lining for Plugging Cracks, 573
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridges in New Zealand, 279
  • Reinforced Concrete, Six Lectures, H. Kempton Dyson, 450
  • Reyrolle and Co.’s Works, Social Evening, 554
  • Road Congress, The London, 474
  • Road Surfaces and Tar Spraying, 147
  • Rope Drives, Tests under Very Varying Conditions, 493
  • Rotating Vanes in Air as a Dynamometer Brake, Advantages and Disadvantages, 493
  • Rothesay Gasworks Extension, 307
  • Royal Lancashire Agricultural Society’s Show, Fire Equipment, Merryweather and Sons, 87
  • Russian Tests of Steam and Motor Ploughs, 688
  • Rust—-see Iron
  • Ruston-Proctor Dinner, 640

S

  • SAFETY Lamps for Mines, Question of Use of Electric Lamps being Made Compulsory, 545
  • Safety in Mines, Further Government Regulations, 519
  • St. Paul’s Churchyard Railings, Fate of, 199 ; (Letter), 518
  • Saxony’s Silver Mines, Population and Industry, 679
  • Sealed Bottles for Investigation of Currents Round Japan and in the China Sea, 147
  • Searchlight for Military Motor Car, French, 413
  • Seaweed Burning in Norway for Iodine Manufacture, 307
  • Semaphores for Regulation of Street Traffic in Chicago, 279
  • Senghenydd Colliery Accident Investigation, 679
  • Sewage Works at Surbiton, 452
  • Sewerage System at Lowestoft, 679
  • Sheffield University, New Non-ferrous Department and University Metallurgical Club, 545

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS:

  • - Aquitania’s Massive Turbines, Lowering into the Ship’s Hull, 519
  • - Arch Principle of Ship Construction, Orders for Vessels, 233
  • - Archer, Barquentine, Run on Producer Gas, 128
  • - Austrian Fleet on the Lake of Constance, 573
  • - Diesel Motor Ship for Copenhagen Steamship Company, 261
  • - Forty-foot Cabin Launch, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., 692
  • - French Naval Programme, Rapid Construction Progress, 307
  • - French Torpedo Boat Enseigne Gabolde, Characteristics, 573
  • - Geared Turbine Steamer Paris, Successful Trials, 41
  • - German Battle-cruiser Sedleitz, Speed Trials, 96
  • - Haughty, H.M.S., Speed Trials, 335
  • - Imperator’s Boilers, Complete Reconstruction Necessary, 413
  • - Italian Battleship Regina Margherita, Accident, 173
  • - Italian Dreadnought Giulio Cesare, Trials, 627
  • - Italian Naval Scout and Submersible, 173
  • - Italian Naval Torpedo and Target Practice off Sardinia, 251
  • - Laverock, H.M. Torpedo-boat Destroyer, Launched, 545
  • - London to Cowes Motor Boat Race, The Flora’s Success, 132
  • - Motor Boat Launched at Potsdam for Biological Research in the Mediterranean, 279
  • - Motor Boat Race, London-Cowes, 80, 132
  • - Oil Fuel for the Navy, 493
  • - Producer Gas for Ship Propulsion, 128
  • - Sale of Old Warships, 307
  • - Saranac Oil Steamer, A Tale of the Sea, 118
  • - Submarine C 14, Loss of, at Plymouth, 627
  • - Thornycroft Motor Boat Cruiser Advice, 80
  • - Torpedoes and Ships’ Hulls, General Cuniberti, 119
  • - United States Naval Programme and Question of Oil Fuel, 599
  • SILICA Contents of Natural Waters Used in Feeding Steam Boilers, Herr Goldberg, 694
  • “Silit” as Resistance Material, 387
  • Sir William White, The Late, Memorial, 607
  • Skyscraper, 901ft. High, in New York, 599
  • Sleet and Snow on Telephone Lines, 119
  • Smoke Nuisance Abatement by Electrical Discharge, 307
  • Smoke Production and Damage to Textile Goods, 653
  • Soapstone Production in the United States, 173
  • Society Islands, Improvements in Wharfage, andc., with View to Opening of Panama Canal, 93
  • Society of Motor Manufacturers and Joint Aero, Marine, and Stationary Engine Exhibition, 360
  • Solar Heat for Generating Steam, Installations in California, 13
  • Soot and Dust in the Atmosphere, Measurement by Instrument, 413
  • Splash Guards for Motor Vehicles, 679
  • Sponge Growths in Filter Water Pipes Cured by Salt, 119
  • Standardisation of Automobile Parts, 318
  • Steam Boilers in New Zealand, Certificates of Safety Required, 279
  • Steam Motor Omnibuses, Lighting of, 41
  • Steam Pumping Plant Replaced by Gas Engines and Producers at Sudbury, 454
  • Stone Dusting for Prevention of Colliery Explosions, Dr. W. E. Garforth, 41
  • Storage of Monsoon Waters of the Jumna for Canal Purposes, 599
  • Street Cleaning and Life of Brooms, 13
  • Sub-station Heating, Portable Iron Office, 467
  • Subway at Junction of Cannon-street and Queen Victoria-street, 599
  • Suction Gas for Engine Driving, Cases of Poisoning, 361
  • Sugar Dust as a Cause of Fire, 545
  • Sugar Factories for the Queensland Government, 690
  • Sulphur Recovery from Smelter Fumes, 441
  • Supervision of Landing Piers, 9
  • Surveys for Purposes of Safe Navigation, 13

T

  • TELEPHONE Expenditure, Parliamentary Statistics, 119
  • Telephone Service at Home and in America, Predicted Future Excellence of Home Service, 519
  • Telephone and Telegraph Poles in Canada ; Treatment to Arrest Decay, 253
  • Telephones in Paris, Greatly Increased Service, 335
  • Telephones in Rome, Reorganisation of System, 545
  • Telephony by Blind Operators, Experiment in Turin, 573
  • Telephony Experiments in Collieries, 387
  • Telescopes, Reflecting or Refracting ? 147
  • Temperature Drop in South Africa, 653
  • Town Planning Institute Formed, 573
  • Trade Schools in Sydney, Reorganisation, 225
  • Train Ferry Boat for Goods Traffic between Sassnitz and Trelleborg, 387
  • Trenching 300-Year Old Pont Neuf Bridge in Paris to Accommodate Electric Cables, 519
  • Trinity College, Dublin, 534
  • Tungsten Filaments, Increased Strength of, Ward Harrison and Evan J. Edwards, 413
  • Tungsten Lamps, Cause of Blackening of the Bulbs, 493
  • Tunnel Beneath the Solent to Connect the Isle of Wight and the Mainland near Lymington, 361
  • Turbine, Horizontal, 30,000 Kilowatts, Westinghouse Machine Company, 413
  • Turkey, Construction of Villages for Immigrants by Government Loan, 441

U

  • UNITED STATES Bureau of Navigation, Licences to Wireless Operators and Stations. 36
  • University College, London, Award of Scholarships, Prizes, and Diplomas, 56

V

  • VAAL River Supply of Water for the Rand, 653
  • Valve for “Switching on” Gas, Polarised Magnetic Type, 335
  • Ventilation, Physiological and Psychological Tests, 307
  • Vibration Effect, Experiments on Bundles of Recently Annealed Iron Stampings, 361
  • Volcanic Dust as the Cause of Abnormal Cold, W. J. Humphreys, 225

W

  • WAINWRIGHT, Mr. Harry S„ Retirement from Appointment as Chief Locomotive Engineer of the South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, 554
  • Waste Foundry Sand, Experiments in Recovery of Values, 173
  • Waste of Motive Power of Rivers and Streams in Syria, 493
  • Wastes and Wants of London, Commander Dixon, 599
  • Water in Madrid, Cost of, 147
  • Water Power in Japan, Great Increase in Utilisation of, 93
  • Water Raising and Measurement, W. H. Booth, 679
  • Water Supply of New York, Great Ashokan Aqueduct, 545
  • Water Supply Scheme for Sialkot, Punjab, 467
  • White, The Late Sir William, Proposed Memorial to, 80
  • Wind Power Installations, Need for Automatic Operation, 545
  • Winnipeg Erecting Factory Buildings for Rental Purposes, 493

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY:

  • - Amateur Wireless Telegraphy, Extensive Development, 253
  • - Goldschmidt System Messages Audible at 4000 Miles, 147
  • - Government Electric Power Station near Devizes for Wireless Telegraphy Purposes, T .519
  • - Liverpool and District Amateur Wireless Association, 156
  • - Marconi Station at Stavanger, Progress of, 199
  • - Ocean-going Cargo Vessels, Resolutions in Favour of Compulsory Wireless Equipment, 441
  • - Radio-telegraphic Stations Open to the Public ; Ships Equipped for Wireless Telegraphy; Messages Sent, Statistics, 653
  • - Research Work in Wireless and Ordinary Telegraphy, Government Committee of Inquiry, 519
  • - Telephonist Picks Up Wireless Message, 599
  • - Violation of the Radio Communication Act in the United States, 573
  • WIRELESS Telephony, System Invented by Japanese Electrician, Mr. Torikata, 199
  • Wood Preservation, Improved Process, 627
  • Wooden Poles Purchased by United States for Steam and Electric Roads, Telephone and Telegraph Companies, andc., Statistics, 119

Y

  • YATE, Australian Hard Wood, 147
  • Yokohama’s Demand for Motor Cars, 147

Z

  • ZINC in Galvanising, Adherent Deposits of, German Method of Securing, 545
  • Zinc Oxide Production from Brass Scrap, 361

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