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The Engineer 1914 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
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ACCIDENTS:

  • Aeroplane No. 204, 676
  • Burning of the Scout, 539
  • Carr Bridge, Aviemore-Inverness Line, Disaster, 704
  • Empress of Ireland, 623
  • North British Railway Accident at Burntisland, 423, 460
  • Paris Metropolitan Catastrophe, 707
  • Railway Accidents during 1913, 590
  • Railway Servants, Accidents to. Inquiry, 646
  • Reading Station, Great Western Railway, Collision, 704
  • Submarine A 7, Loss of, 102, 105
  • Waterloo Junction Accident, 40
  • ACETYLENE Welding Outfit, Portable Acetylene Illuminating Company, 301
  • Adzing and Boring Machine—see Machine Tools
  • Aerodynamic Balance, Cambridge Scientific Instrument Co., 641

AERONAUTICS :

  • Aeronautics—see also Annual Article Accident to Aeroplane No. 204, 676
  • Aero and Marine Exhibition, 317, 326, 343, ; 350, 364 , I
  • Aviation in France, 157 ]
  • “ Bat-boat,” 200 H.P., Sopwith Aviation Company, 356 !
  • Blackburn Aero Company’s Two-seater Monoplane, 356
  • B16riot’s Monoplanes, 354 ,
  • Bristol Biplane Scout, British and Colonial * Aeroplane Co., 355 ,
  • Clement-Bayard All-steel ” Armoured Monoplane, 356
  • Factor of Safety in Aviation, 75
  • Flying Machine from an Engineering Standpoint, James Forrest Lecture, F. W. Lanchester, 616, 648 i
  • Forlanini Airship Citta di Milano, Destruction ! of, 421 !
  • Government Aeronautical Committee, Work j of, 619, 624
  • Grahame-White Military Biplane, 354
  • Grahame-White Transport Biplane, 350, 354
  • Metal versus Wood for Aeroplanes, (Letters), 620, 675
  • Military Tractor Biplane, Eastbourne tion Company, 366
  • Naval and Military Aeroplane Engine petition, 462
  • Pemberton-Billing Seaplane, 354
  • Perry Beadle Biplane Flying Boat, 360, 364
  • Salmson Aeronautical Motor, Dudbridge j Ironworks, Limited, 326
  • Seaplane, Submarine and Ship, 644
  • Travelling Motor Repair Shop, British and Colonial Aeroplane Company, 366
  • Vickers 100 H.P. Gnome-engined Military Biplanes, 360, 354
  • “ Wight ” Seaplane, J. S. White and Co., 354 j
  • Zeppelin Airships, 640
  • AHRONS, E. L., on The British Locomotive; Builders and the European Trade, 40 :
  • Air Compressor—see Compressor '
  • Air Pumps—see Pumps
  • Alcohol as Fuel, 569 )
  • Alexanderson, E. F. W., on The Split-phase System, 570, 613
  • Alloys, Binary, Quantitative Effect of Rapid Cooling, &c., G. H. Gulliver, 343 I
  • Alloys, Copper-aluminium, Influence of Added j A/To+.ol "PT’z-
  • AMERICAN ENGIUNEERING IN 1913
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ANNUAL ARTICLES: AERONAUTICS, 22

  • Aeroplane Engines, 23
  • Airships, 24
  • Further Developments, 23
  • Naval and Military Aviation, 23

ANNUAL ARTICLES:BRIDGES, 22

ANNUAL ARTICLES:BRITISH BATTLESHIP PRODUCTION IN 1913, 10

ANNUAL ARTICLES:CHEMISTRY IN 1913, 39

ANNUAL ARTICLES:ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN 1913, 6

  • Automatic Telephones, 8
  • Automatic Wireless Train Control, 8
  • Control System, A New Electric, 8 Instruments, 8
  • Introductory, 6
  • Lamps, 8
  • Machinery, 6
  • Power Stations, 6
  • Railways, 7
  • Railways Abroad, 7
  • Train Lighting, 7
  • Transmission for Ships, 7
  • Vehicles, 7
  • Wireless Telegraphy, 8

ANNUAL ARTICLES: HARBOURS AND WATERWAYS, 1913, 2, 48

  • Belfast, 4
  • Blyth, 3
  • Boston, 3
  • Fishguard, 3
  • Hartlepool, 3
  • Humber, The, 3
  • Inland Waterways, 4
  • London, Port of, 2
  • Mersey, The, 2
  • Newport, 3
  • Ribble, The, 3
  • Scarborough, 3
  • Scotland, 3
  • Southampton, 3
  • Tees, River, 3

ANNUAL ARTICLES: HARBOUR WORKS ABROAD, 48

  • Belgium, 49
  • Germany, 49
  • Holland, 49
  • Panama Canal, 49
  • Suez Canal, 49

ANNUAL ARTICLES: LOCOMOTIVES, 18 ; (Letter), 53

ANNUAL ARTICLES: MARINE ENGINEERING, 21—see also Ships

  • Internal Combustion Engines, 22

ANNUAL ARTICLES: MOTOR CARS IN 1913, 14

ANNUAL ARTICLES: RAILWAYS, 20

  • Europe, The Continent of, 21
  • Greater Britain, 20
  • India, 20
  • Other Railways, 21
  • United Kingdom, 20

ANNUAL ARTICLES: RETROSPECT, 1913, 17

ANNUAL ARTICLES: SANITARY ENGINEERING IN 1913, 4

  • Abbey Mills Pumping Station, 5
  • Bradford Process, 4
  • Glasgow and Rochdale, New Percolating Filters at, 5
  • Grossmann Process, 4
  • Home and Abroad, Works at, 6
  • Leeds and York, Progress of the Works at, 6
  • London Main Drainage, 6
  • Manchester Main Drainage Works, 5
  • Manchester Process, 4
  • North Side of the Thames, Works on the, 6
  • Sewage Sludge, The Disposal of, 4
  • Sludge as Manure, The Use of, 4
  • South Side of the Thames, Works on the, 5
  • Southend-on-Sea Purification Works, 5
  • Standards of Purification, 4
  • Surbiton, New Disposal Works at, 5

ANNUAL ARTICLES: WARSHIP CONSTRUCTION IN 1913, 90, 147, 204 ; (Correction), 133

ANNUAL ARTICLES: WATER SUPPLY IN 1913, 11

  • Alwen Works, 12
  • Charges for London Water, 11
  • Chew Reservoirs and Works, 12
  • Chingford, The New Reservoir at, 11
  • Derwent Valley Works, 11
  • Dr. Houston’s Ninth Research Report, 11
  • Drought, The Autumn’s, 11
  • Home and Abroad, Other Works at. 12
  • Humphrey Pumps, Tests of the, 9, 11
  • Italy, Progress in, 12
  • Loch Arklet Works, 12
  • Metropolitan Water Board, 11
  • Paris Water Supply, 12
  • Sheffield, New Source of Supply for, 12
  • Thirlmere Pipe Line, The Third, 11
  • Water Divining, 12
  • Ansaldo’s Works—sec Works
  • Antwerp, Port of, 696
  • Application of Electrical Driving—see Electrical Matters
  • Armament Firms and Foreign Business, 166, 197
  • Armour Plate Planer—see Machine Tools
  • Armour Plate, lOin., for Spanish Battleship Jaime I., Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 320
  • Arnold, Professor J. O., and Professor A. A. Read, on Chemical and Mechanical Relations of Iron, Tungsten, and Carbon and of Iron, Nickel, and Carbon, 351, 366
  • Artesian Water Supply of Australia, 63
  • Asbestilite for Portable Buildings, Felber, Jucker and Co., 700

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS, AND SOCIETIES.

  • Association of Engineers, Manchester:
  • Dinner, Fifty-eighth Anniversary, 218
  • Education of Engineers, J. C. M. Garnett, 382
  • Mechanical Filtration, A. J. Clark, 262
  • Sources of Mechanical Energy, E. .G- Hiller, ' 119
  • Sun-power Plant at Cairo, F. Shuman, 330
  • Transmission of Power by Chains, H. T. Hildage, 96
  • Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical:
  • Annual Convention, 666, 672, 709
  • Annual Dinner and Visits, 673
  • Commercial Development of Electricity
  • Supply in Moderate-sized Towns, W. A. ' Vignoles, 673 .
  • Design and Operation of Modern Boiler-house ? Plant, S. E. Fedden, 673, 709
  • Electric Vehicle Committee, 672
  • Presidential Address, R. A. Chattock, 672 1
  • Standardisation of Tariffs, J. H. Bowden, 710 I
  • Association, International Testing*:
  • Organisation of British Section, 28
  • Institute of Chemistry:
  • Explosives, W. Macnab, 273
  • Institute, Concrete:
  • Forms for Concrete Work, Allan Graham, 327
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • Annual Dinner, 531
  • Annual- General Meeting, 504, 527
  • Autumn Meeting in Paris, Programme, 629
  • Awards, 569
  • Development of Dry Cleaning in Blast Furnace Gas Purification, F. Muller, 660 ; (Correction), 604
  • Failures of Heavy Boiler Shell Plates, Sidney A. Houghton, 540, 659, 577
  • Hardening, Contribution to the Theory of, A."McCance, 629
  • Hardening of Metals, with Special Reference to Iron and its Alloys, C. A. Edwards and Dr. H. C. H. Carpenter, 529
  • Magnetic and Mechanical Properties of Manganese Steel, Professor B. Hopkinson and Sir R. Hadfield, 528
  • Presidential Address, Adolphe Greiner, Byproducts of Iron and Steel Works, Recovery and Application, 504
  • Production of Steel Direct from Ore, E. Humbert and A. Hethey, 661
  • Recent Improvements in Case-hardening Practice, Henry S. Heathcote, 561
  • Talbot Process in Comparison with other Open-hearth Refining Processes, Dr .’Friedrich Schuster, 527
  • Institute of Metals:
  • Annual Spring Meeting, 324, 342
  • Beilby Prize Committee’s Report, Dr. CJ H. i Desch, 325 I
  • Bronze, John Dewrance, 342, 359 i
  • Effect of Vanadium in Brass Containing 50-60 per cent, of Copper, R. J. Dunn and i O. F. Hudson, 342 )
  • Electrolytic Corrosion, The Effect of, on the a-brasses, Dr. Desch and Mr. S. Whyte, 343 Influence of Added Metal on sonic Copper-aluminium Alloys, Professor A. 21. Read and Mr. R. H. Greaves, 342
  • Metals, Solidification of, from the Liquid State, Dr. C. H. Desch, 326
  • Muntz Metal, Dr. Stead and H. G. A. Stedman, 326
  • Presidential Address, Failure of Condenser Tubes, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir H. Oram, 324, 331
  • Quantitative Effect of Rapid Cooling upon the Constitution of Binary Alloys, G. H. Gulliver. 343
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • Comparative Economies of Tramways and Railless Electric Traction, T. G. Gribble, 360
  • Examinations, Februai-y, 1914, Pass JJst, 332
  • James Forrest Lecture, 1914, The Flying
  • Machine from an Engineering Standpoint, F. W. Lanchester, 516
  • New Harbour Works and Dockyard at Gibraltar, Adam Scott, 191
  • Rail Corrugation and its Caustjs, S. W. Sellon, 248, 352
  • Rail Steels for Electric Railways, W. Willox, 248, 362
  • Some Recent Developments in Commercial Motor Vehicles, T. Clarkson, 360
  • Superheating Steam in Locomotives, Henry Fowler, 66, 95
  • Transportation Problem in Canada and Montreal Harbour, F. W. Cowie, 438
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • Train Lighting Systems, T. Ferguson, 220
  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers:
  • Continuous Feeding Elevators, T. C. More- wood, 120
  • High-power Diesel Engines for Marine Service, J. Richardson, 669
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers:
  • Anniversary Dinner, 474
  • Annual General Meeting, 232
  • Application of Electrical Driving to Existing Rolling Mills, L. Rothera, 474, 493
  • Chemical and Mechanical Relations of Iron, Tungsten and Carbon, and of Iron, Nickel and Carbon, Professors J. O. Arnold and A. A. Read, 361, 366
  • Commercial Tests of Internal Combustion Engines, W. A. Tookey, 104, 134
  • Mechanical Engineering Aspects of Road Construction, Colonel R. E. B. Crompton, 65, 81, 109
  • Some Modern Methods of Welding, T. T. Heaton, 232, 247
  • GRADUATES’ ASSOCIATION ;
  • Breakdowns of Mill Engines, Michael Lungridge, 183, 188
  • Institution of Naval Architects:
  • Award of Medal and Premiums ; Menun-ial to Sir W. White ; Elections, 371
  • Design of Steamships from the Owner’s Point of View, L. Peskett, 397
  • Elasticity and Endurance of Steam Pipes, Cl E. Stromeyer, 397, 403
  • Foster Strain Meter and some Data Obtained Therewith, W. R. G. Whiting, 397
  • Further Experiments upon Wake and Tlinist Deduction, W. J. Luke, 374
  • Further Results of Research Work in connection with the Post Graduate Scholarship in Naval Architecture, A. Cannon, 399 Instrument for Measurement of Velocity
  • Roll, H. E. Wimperis, 399
  • Model Experiments on the Resistance of Mercantile Ship Forms, G. S. Baker, 374
  • Present Position of Diesel Engines for Marine Purposes, J. T. Milton, 395, 437
  • Presidential Address, Lord Bristol, 372
  • Safe Stability and Economical Use of Water
  • Ballast in Ships, A. T. Wall, 398
  • Some Questions relating to Battleship Design, T. G. Owens, 373, 384, 410
  • Spring Meeting, 290, 371, 384, 396, 410, 603
  • Stability of Ships in Damaged Conditions, P. Y. Brimblecombe. 398
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering^:
  • New Mersey Bar Lightship Alarm, Lien- tenant J. W. Gracey, 367
  • Sewage Disposal Problem, Dr. G. Fowler, 272
  • Society, Royal, of Arts:
  • Georgian Bay Ship Canal, Sir R. W. Porks, 148
  • ASSOUAN Dam, R. Holt, 631
  • Australia, Artesian Water Supply of, 63
  • Australian Notes, 482, 600
  • Automatic Coupling—see Railways Automatic Drain Valve for Steam Cylinders, Sir W. H. Bailey and Co., Limited, 301
  • Automatic Telephones—see Telephones Automatic Telpher, Bleichert’s Aerial Transporters, 700
  • BAKER, G. S., on Model Experiments on tli<5
  • Resistance of Mercantile Ship Forms, 374 Barr, Mark, on Spiral Gears, 562 Barrage, The Hindia, on the Euphrates, 87, 100 Battleships—see Ships
  • Baumann, Professor R., on Experiments with Case-hardening, and on Tension and Alteration of Form in Riveting in relation to Hole Cracks, 613
  • Bearings, Ball and Roller, Hoffmann Manufacturing Company, Tormo Manufacturing (Company, Skefko Ball Bearing Company, 383
  • Belts, Steel Driving, Eloesser System, Power Pulley Company, 245 |
  • Betulander Automatic Telephone System, 214
  • Biles, Professor Sir J. H., on Life-saving Appliances, 283
  • Biles, Professor Sir J. H., and Lord Pirrie, Reports to Dominions Royal Commission, 61, 74
  • Birthday Honours, 701
  • Blast Furnace Gas Purification, Dry Cleaning in, F. Muller, 560 ; (Correction), 604
  • Board of Trade Appointments, 220

BOILERS:

  • Boilers and Boiler Mountings at Manchester Mining Exhibition, 699
  • Boilers and Boiler Shops at Ansaldo’s Works (iv, vi-viii, Twenty-eight-page Supplement, May 1914)
  • Boilers and Coal Handling Plant at Southend, British Niclausse Boiler Company, Limit<>d, 542, 543
  • Boilers Fired with Coke Oven Gas, Ammonia Recovery Producer Gas, Blast Furnace Gas, and IJtpiid Fuck Bonecourt Process, 525, 667, 585 ; (Utters), 6(51, 648, 686, 713 Britannic’s Boilers, 241
  • Combined Cylindrical and Water-tube Boiler, T. Hudson, Limited, 488, 489
  • Design and Operation of Modern Boiler-house plant, S. E. Fedden, 673, 709
  • Double and Single-ended Boilers of the P. and O. R.s. Khiva, 366, 376
  • Failures of Heavy Boiler Shell Plates, S. A. Houghton. 669, 677
  • Hand-fired Furnace and Chain Grate Stoker for Collieries, Ed. Bennis and Co., 699
  • Heat Analysis of an Oil-fired Water-lube Boiler, D. W. Rennie, 472, 499
  • Marine Type Water-tube Boiler, J. and A. Niclausse, 280 ; (Letters), 367, 463 {Two-page Supplement, March V6th, 1914)
  • Mercury Boiler with Steam Generating Apparatus for Power Production, W. L. R. Emmet, 697
  • BOMBAY, New Docks at, 353
  • Bonecourt Surface Combustion Process, 525, 557, 685 ; (Utters), 601, 648, 686, 713
  • Books of B.'fennuv, 43. 121, 152. 236. 434 Boring Machines- -s ;c Jdaehine 'Vuols
  • Bostock, F. J.. (JU W'prni Gearing, 461
  • Brass and Copper. 52
  • Brazil, Some Aspects of Engineering Interests in, by a Resident A.M. Inst. C.E., 34, 61
  • Breakdowns of Machinery, Michael Longridge, 183, 188
  • Bridge, Scherzer, Across Pambam Channel, India and Ceylon Communication, 236
  • Bridge, Southwark, Reconstruction of, 417, 428 Bridges—see also Annual Article
  • Brimblecombe, P. G., on‘ Stability of Ships in Damaged Conditions, 398
  • British Locomotive Builders and the European Trade, E. L. Ahrons, 40
  • Bronze, John Dewrance, 342, 369
  • Broxburn, New Sewage Disposal Works at, 644, 660 .
  • Burton—Alexander, J. T., on Recent French Locomotive Performances, 693
  • CALENDARS, Diaries, &c., 30, 68, 82, 112, 195, 218
  • Canada, Customs Cruiser for, 98
  • Canada, Transportation Problem in Canada and Montreal Harbour, F. W. Cowie, 438
  • Canadian Railway Report—see Railways Canal, Georgian Bay Ship, 148
  • Canal, Panama, Geological Problems and the, 420, 429, 444
  • Canal, Panama, Photographs of Landslides and Upheavals, 680
  • Canal at Southall, 219
  • Case-hardening—see Iron and Steel Catalogues, 31, 84, 138, 164, 222, 246, 274, 306, 334, 362, 466, 580, 60(5, 662, 690, 718
  • Cement Works near Ipswich, Mason’s Cement Company, 310, 322 {Two-page Coloured Supplement, March '?Kith, 1914)
  • Centrifugal Pumps—see Pumps
  • Chain Gear in Textile Work, 383
  • Chains, Transmission of l\->wer bv H 'I’ Hildage, 96 *
  • Chemical and Mechanical Relations of Iron, &c.—tfecTron and Steel
  • Chemistry—see Annual Article Cheshire, North, A New Salt Field in, 62
  • China for British Engineers, 293 China, Railways—see Railways Chinese Coalfield—see Coal
  • Chinese and South American Markets, Cultivation of, 708
  • Chocolate Factory Building, A New, 35 ; (Correction), 67
  • “ C.K.” Feed Water Diffuser, Holdsworth and Sons, 630
  • Clark, A. J., on Mechanical Filtration, 262
  • Clarkson, T., on Some Recent Developments in
  • Commercial Motor Vehicles, 360
  • Claydon Cement Works—see Works Clocks, Electric, at King’s College Hospital, 243
  • Clutch, The Saver, 383
  • Clyde Control, 595
  • Clyde Navigation Trustees’ Granary near Glasgow, 634, 638

COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES:

  • Chinese Coalfield, Rope Conveyors at, 64 {Two-page Supplement, January Kith, 1914) I Coal Cutting and Hauling Machinery at Man- I Chester Mining Exhibition, 681 ' Coal Handling Plant at Southend, Ed. Bennis and Co., 642, 643
  • Fire at Harton Coal Staithes, 191
  • Foreign Competition in Coal, 468
  • Indicator, Colliery Shaft Signal. J. Milburn, 700
  • Locomotive for Coalfields of Briey—see Chemin de fer de I’Est Locomotive
  • Western Canada, Some of the Coalfields of, 627
  • COMBUSTION Process, Bonecourt Surface, 526, 667, 685 ; (Letters), 601, (548, 6 85, 71.3 Coming of Age of the Vacuum Flask, Sir James Dewar, 124
  • Commercial Motor Veliicle—see Exhibitions atid also Motor Vehicles
  • Commercial Tests of Internal Combustion Engines, W. A. Tookey, 104, 134
  • Communication, Through, between India and ’ Ceylon, 236
  • Compressed Air Locomotive and Rock Drills for the Simplon Tunnel, 172
  • Compression Tests on Woods, P. W, Smith, 391
  • Compressor, Air, Electrically Driven, Reavell 576
  • Compressors, Air, at Manchester Mining Exhibition, 681
  • Compulsory Working of Patents, 127, 183; (Letters), 161, 180, 246
  • Concrete Docks and Warehouses—see Hull Joint Dock
  • Concrete Piling, New System of, T. W. Ridlev. 489
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Reservoirs for Gaya Waterworks, 393
  • Concrete Work, Forms for, Allan Graham, 327 Condenser, The Muller, 686
  • Condenser Tubes, Failure of. Sir H. Oram, 324. 331
  • Conservancy Law of Ohio, Kenneth C.- Grant, 668
  • Continuous Rails, 266
  • Contracts, 68, 84, 138, 166, 191, 224, 250, 276, 306, 336, 362, 388, 440, 468, 554, 578, 604, 634, 662, 692, 718
  • Control Alarm for Marine Engines, T. H. Hill, 134
  • Control of Trains—see Railways
  • Control of Turbines—see Turbines
  • Controllers, Electric—see also Electrical Matters
  • Conveyors at a Chinese Coal Field, 64 {^Two-page Supplement, Jamiary \^th, 1914)
  • Coolidge X-ray Tube, 680
  • Coruigliano Ligure—see Works, Gio. Ansaldo Cost of Mechanical Energy, T. R. Wollaston, 180 Coupling—see Railways
  • Cowie, F. W., on Transportation Problem in Canada and Montreal Harbour, 438
  • Crane, 16-Ton Movable Electric Pillar, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, 235
  • Ciaiio, 40-ion Steani ^'ituii, for Fishguard Harbour, Stf»thort and Pitt, 684 {'l.'wo-page SupplemeiU, June 19^/A. 1914)
  • Cranes for Hull Dock, Royce, Craven Brothers aud Werf Gusto, G16, 703
  • Crompton, Colonel R. E. B., on Mechanical Engineering Aspects of Road Construction, 56, 81, 109 ; (Letters), 63
  • Crossing, Railway—see Railways
  • Cultivation of the Chinese and South American Markets, 708
  • DALBY, Professor W. E., on Trials made on a Small Diesel Engine with New Form of Optical Indicator, 396, 464 ; (Letter), 521
  • Dam, The Assouan, R. Holt, 631 Delta Works—see Works, Gio. Ansaldo Desch, Dr., and Mr. S. White on the Effect of Electrolytic Corrosion, &c., 343
  • Design of Steamships—see Ships Dewar, Sir James, on the Coming of Age of the Vacuum Flask, 124
  • Dewrance, John, on Bronze, 342, 359 Dickie, G. W., on the Unsinkable Ship, 163 Diesel Engines at Gio. Ansaldo’s Works (v, vi, Twenty-eight-page Supplement^ May 1914)
  • Diesel Engines—see also Engines Differentiation, Graphical, H. Holzer, 130 ;
  • (Letter), 161
  • Dock, North-Eastern and Hull and Barnsley Railways Joint Dock, 122, 123, 674, 678, 701 Docks, New, at Bombay, 353
  • Docks and Railway Nationalisation, 611

DOCKYARD NOTES :

  • American Submarines, “ Holland ” Typo, Sixteen in Coui'se of Building, 133
  • American Warships’ Size Limited by the Panama Canal, 79
  • Argentine Battleships Rivadavia and Moreno, 216
  • Australian Navy’s First Submarine A E 1, 133
  • Austrian Destroyers of the “ Tatra ” Class, 356
  • Austrian Dreadnoughts, New, Progress, 646 Austria-Hungary, New Colour for Large Ships, 491
  • Austria’s Naval Additions and Renovations, 286
  • Austro-Hungarian Battleship of the Habsburg Class, Reconstruction, 133
  • Austro-Hungarian Battleship Svent Istvan Launched, 179
  • Austro-Hungarian Light Cruisers Szigetvar, Aspern, and Zenta, Reconstruction, 561
  • Austro-Hungarian Minelayer and Naval Colliers, 179
  • Austro-Hungarian Scout Cruisers Helgoland and Novara, 286
  • Austro-Hungarian ’ "
  • Austro-Hungarian many, 133
  • Austro-Hungarian Construction at
  • Battleships, Names, H.M., Four New, 646 Battleships, H.M., New, Laid Down, 62 Boiler Explosion, Fatal, on H.M. Destroyer Albacore, 406
  • Brazilian Battleship to be Built by Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 216
  • Brazilian Government’s Sale of Armoured Monitors now under Construction, 491
  • Canadian Customs Cruiser* Margaret- Launched, J. 1. Thornycroft and Co., 133
  • Canadian Oil Supply Regulation, r33
  • Chilian Ocean-going Destroyers, 79
  • Chinese New Scout Cruisers, Dimensions and Equipment, 491
  • Cleopatra, H. M. New Light Cruiser, 179, 286 Coaling Averages at Malta, 561
  • Danish Submarines Neptune and Galatea, 286 Destroyers, H.M. “ L ” Type, 405 Destroyers, H.M. Now, as Flotilla Leaders, 356
  • Engine-room Arthicers in the Royal Navy, Grievances, 133
  • Fottinger Transformers for Chinese, German and Japanese War Vessels, 406
  • French Battleships, New, Names and Armament, 216 f
  • French Destroyer Magon, Trials, 646
  • French Dreadnoughts, Boilers, 491
  • French Navy, New Cruisers’ Design Criticised, 216
  • French New Battleships of the “ Tourville ” Class, 491
  • French Projected “ Mother Ships ” and Ten Scouts, 491
  • French Submarines Nereide and Gustave- Z6d6, 661
  • French ’Submarines, Six xmder Construction, 366
  • Garland, H.M. Destroyer, 62
  • German Battleship Ersatz Brandenburg, 179 German Cruisers Ersatz Irene and Ersatz Prinzess Wilhelm to Replace Old Ships, 491
  • German Cruisers Irene and Prinzess A^hlhelm Siriu-k OH EHective List, 491
  • German Cruisers Karlsruhe, Kostock, &.C., E<iuipment and Trials, 661
  • German Destroyer V 26, 356
  • German Gunboat C, 406
  • German Ship Nomenclature, Confusing System, 405
  • Grecian 125-Tou Torpedo Boats Built in Germany, Names, 179
  • Greek Battleship Salamis, Armament of, 356
  • Indefatigable, H.M.S., to be Broken up, 79 Invincible, H.M.S., Turrets Altered from Electrical to Hydraulic Fittings, 216 Italian Armoured Cruiser San Giorgio, 62 Italian Battleship Giulio Cesare, Trials, 179, 216
  • Italian Battleships, Speed and Armament, 216
  • Italian Destroyers Audace and Animoso, 216 Italian Dreadnought Diulio, Trials, 508 Japanese Armoured Cruisers Kirishima and Haruna, Launched, 52
  • Japanese Battleship Fuse’s Armament, 405
  • Laertes, H.M. Destroyer, 62
  • Landrail, Late Hotspur, H.M. Torpedo-boat Destroyer, Laxinched, 179, 684
  • Laurel, H.M. Destroyer, J. S. White aud Co., 133
  • Liberty, ll.M. Auxiliary Ship, to l)o Re-namcd Wai'dt-rer, 52 ’
  • Liberty and Meteor, ll.M. Destroyers, 52 Linnet, H.M. Destroyer. “ L ” Class, 62
  • Lookout, H.M. Ocean-going Destroyer Thornycroft and Co.. 491 Lowestoft, H.AI. Light Cruiser, 96 Marlborough, H.M. Battleship, 179, 645 Miranda, H.M. Destroyei, 684 New Zealand, H.M. Battle-cruiser, 179
  • H.M.S., Late Sharpshooter, iol Training Purposes, 366
  • ^‘"^o^red Cruiser, 286 Warships, Sale and Prices, 646 o?Fortir 52' Admiralty on the Eirth Roumania’s New Destroyers, Particulars of Design and Armament, 179 **man7’286'*’'^° Building in Ger- **°/a“e, 79*'’ “?***' f<u'
  • Royal Oak and Royal Sovereign, D Al S Laid Down, 79 o »
  • Royal Sovereign, H.M. Battleship, particulars oi Construction, 79
  • Russian Artillery Works Company on the Volga, Vickers Limited, 366
  • Russian Building Programme, 286
  • Russian Four Battle Cruisers of the xWivarin vffa 1 Largest Warships in the World, Armament, Displacement, &c., 491
  • Russian Protected Cruisers Admiral Spiridof and Admiral Bontakoff, 133
  • traSu°9 ‘ Admiralty Con-
  • Submarine E 9, H.M., 286
  • Thornycroft, J. I, and Co., Number of Destroyers Launched, 491 62 Greece, Rapid Growth of Navies,
  • Turkey’s Order for Destroyers, 661
  • Purchase of Brazilian Battleship Rio de Janeiro, 62, 216
  • Turkish Sea-going Torpedo Boats, 684 United States Battleship Texas, Details of Construction and Trial Results, 52, 366 United States Battleships Idaho and Mississippi, Negotiations for Purchase by Greece, 645
  • Battleships Oklahoma and Nevada, 405
  • Protected Super-Dreadnought, Warship Consti-uotion, Table of Coste, 508 Warships H.M., Soldi Details of Tonnage, Cost and Price, 491 ®
  • 56?'^^* Scrapping, 179.
  • Zebra, H.M., Destroyer, to be Sold, 491
  • DOMINIONS Royal Commission Reports, Proffessor Sir J. H. Biles and Lortl Pirric,
  • Drain Valve—eee Valve
  • Drainage Works, Manchester, 234, 236 Dredger for a Siamese Tin Field, Lobnitz
  • Drilling Machines—6-ee Machine Tools Drop Stamps, Friction, B. and S. Massey, 658
  • Clas Purifiea- i-i, (Correction), 604
  • &c '^342’' Vanadium,
  • Oust on Railways—see Railways I3ynamometer Tests—Railway Locomotives
  • ECLIPSE of the Sun ami Elect ric Waves 2'10 J.conomies ul Soii Transpo.-(„ Professor Sir
  • J. H. BiJes and Lord Pirric, 5J 74
  • Pd, J. C. AL (JarnetL 382
  • LducatioiiaUnleJJigenco, 138, 278, 492, 57G (H8 Ldwards, G. A., and Dr. H. C. H. Cai-,K-ntpr^ on Hardening of Metals with Special Refer*
  • T-ii its Alloys, 529^
  • ^'?^"‘l’anco of Steam Pmes,
  • V. L. Stromeyer, 397, 403

ELECTRICAL MATTERS:

  • A^ee also Anniuzl Article
  • AXVd^o’q ^ndustry, Growth of, 620
  • nflrf 7 z®’ ilanufacturing
  • Department (xv,' xvii, Twenty-eight-pat^ Supplement, May 3th, 1914)
  • of Electrical Driving to Dxistimr falling Mills, L. Rothera, 474, 486 493
  • Machine* with Vickers Motor, 406 .
  • Automatic Starter, Laurence, Scott and Co.,
  • j with Igranio
  • LTrnTtod^M by Electromotor.s,
  • Limited, H. AV. Kearns and Co., 260
  • Pon? Driven, Niles Tool
  • Company, Smith and Coventry, Webster and 13cnnett Westinghou.se Company" 26() ? J. Sfark and Son.s, 284, 292 ; H. W Kearns and Co., 260, 284, 292 -i^eains
  • ^age Motor, 424
  • Driving
  • ’SX' I?L 262’*’"™*
  • Motors, Single-speed Sandycroft, Limited, 424
  • Development of Electricity
  • Supply m Moderate-sized Towns, W A^ Vignoles, 673 ’ yy-
  • Marine Engines, T. H. Hill, ““S.
  • ^\ro?* Push Button Con-
  • Craven Planing Machine with Vickers Motor, nrliu’ ^^?®trical rersws Pneumatic, 606
  • Drills, With Various Motor Drives William Asquith and Co., 284, 292.
  • Waves, 290
  • Electric Vehicle Committee, 673
  • Girod hurnaces at Ansaldo’s Works (xvii May 8tfT,“;SISupplement,
  • Gorges Motor for Machine Tool Driving, .|24 SX? io6
  • Grinders, Electric-driven, J. H. Holmes and Co., 507, 508 . „ , o.Q
  • Heavy Switchgear, A Reyrolle and Co., 218 Hull Dock Electrical Equipment, 676 Hydro-electric Engineering in Peru, W. i.
  • Taylor, 68, 72 , . .
  • Induction Motors for Machine Tool Driving, British Westinghouse Company, British Thomson-Houston Company, and Power Plant Company, 425, 426, 451, 452
  • Ingot Slicer with Vickers Motor, 407
  • Lamps—see Lamps
  • Large Power Stations, 48
  • Lathe Face Plate, Motor-driven, J. H. Holmes and Co., 508
  • Laurence, Scott’s Carbon Contact Controller for Large Lathes, 178
  • Laurence, Scott and Co.’s Motors for Cameron Shearing Machine and Craig and Donald Beam Bender, 147
  • Laurence, Scott’s Motors for Workshop Use, 179
  • Locomotive Wheel Quartering Machine Driven by Two Motors, Cunliffe and Croom, 262
  • Locomotives—see Railway Locomotives London Electricity, 423
  • Jzmdon Electricity Supply, 294, 457
  • “ Lundell ” Portable Motor for Drill Driving, J. H. Holmes and Co., 507, 508
  • Mississippi, 300,000 H.P. Hydro-electric Planton the, 475, 502, 510, 530, 531
  • Multi-generator for Precision Tachometer, Schaffer and Budenberg, 636
  • Neasden Works, Tools Driven by Induction Motors, British Thomson-Houston Company, 451
  • Petrol Electric Lighting Set, Two-cycle, Record Engineering Company, 130; (Letters), 161, 180 ,
  • Planers, Motor-driven, at Mather and Platt s Works, 146
  • Planers, Small, Electrical Equipment for, Laurence, Scott and Co., 285
  • Planing Machine, Powell, with British Thomson-Houston Motor and “ Fabroil ” Pinion, 285
  • Planing Machine, Radial, for Armour Plate, Craven Brothers, with Vickers 32 H.P. Motor, 284
  • Planing Machines, Large, Electrical Equipment for, Adnil Electric Company, British Thomson-Houston Company, Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company, Siemens Brothers, 340 <
  • Polyphase Commutator Motor for Machine Tool Driving, H. W. Butler and Co., 426
  • Portable Electric Drilling Machines, Witton- Hramer Electric Tool and Hoist Company,
  • Portable Wood Drilling Machine with Electric Drive, J. H. Holmes and Co., 508
  • Power Required to Drive Hammers of Various Sizes, Wilfred Spencer, 119
  • Punching and Shearing Machines, Motors Required for Driving, 147
  • Push Button Control System, Igranic Electric Company, 163
  • Push Button Controller, British Thomson- Houston Company, 179
  • Radial Drill with Mather and Platt Motor, 146 Railways and Railway Plant—see Railways Rotary Converters for Workshop Use, Mather and Platt, 117
  • “ Runthru ” Portable Electric Drilling Machine, Witton-Kramer Electric Tool and Hoist Company, 507
  • Self-starting Induction Motor for Stirk Boring Mills, Electrical Construction Company, 284
  • Sewage Filter Beds, Electric Control Gear, Igranio Electric Company, Limited, 646
  • Single-phase Motors for Machine Tool Driving, F. Parkinson and Co., T. Harding Churton aiid Co., Rhodes Alotors, lamitctl, Wagner Electric Manufacturing Conq^any. 452
  • Split-phase System, E. F. W. Alexanderson, 570, 613
  • Switch Panels and Starters for Use in Workshops, Igranic Electric Company, 260
  • Textile Machinery, Electric Drive for, A.E.G. Company, 383
  • Train Lighting Batteries, Lux Storage Cell, Chloride Electrical Power Storage Company, 320 ; (Correction), 362
  • Transportation of Mails, Electric Carrier for, Electric Carrier Company, 162
  • Turbo-generator for Chicago, 25,000-Kilo- watt, C, A. Parsons and Co., 9
  • Turbo-generator, 4000-Kilowatt Geared, C. A. Parsons and Co. and Siemens Brothers Dynamo Works, 432 {Two-page Supplement, Apri} nth, 1914)
  • Turbo-generator Troubles, 211
  • Upper Rhine Railway Equipment, 555, 668 Valparaiso Electric Power Station, Suction Gas Plant, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 399, 402
  • Vibrator, Dr. Gisbert Kapp, 347
  • Vickers Reversible Drive for Planing Machines, 406
  • Workshops, Electric Driving in, 96, 117, 146, 178, 201, 260. 284, 292, 340, 406, 424. 460. 606
  • ELECTROLYTIC Corrosion, The Effect of, on the a-brasses, Dr. Desch and Mr. S. Whyte, 343
  • Elevators, Continuous Feeding, T. C. Morewood, 120
  • Emmet, W. L. R., on Power from Mercury Vapour, 697

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Internal Combustion Engines:

  • See also Marine Engineering in Annual Article . .
  • Ailsa Craig Marine Motor with Electrm beli- starter, and Two-cycle Semi-Diesel Engine, 346, 346 . 4.,^
  • “ Barcar ” Parallin Manne Engines, Phmiux Company, 345
  • Commercial Tests of Internal Combustion Engines, W. A. Tookey, 104, 134
  • Control Alarm for Marine Engjne.s, I. H. Hill, 134 .
  • Crusader and otlr'i* Maritu- Engines, J. Brooke and Co., Limited, 317, 319
  • Diesel Engines of the Fionia, 60
  • Internal Combustion Engines fcon- timied):
  • Diesel Engines for Marine Purposes, J. T. Milton, 395, 437
  • Directly Reversible Hot Bulb Engine, Mitcham Motor Company, 682
  • Djinn Marine Engines at Olympia, Brazil, Straker and Co., Limited, 317
  • Fire Engines, Motor, Test of. Professor Hudson Beare, 464
  • Four-cylinder Monobloc Engines, W. H. Dorman and Co., Limited, 319
  • Gardner Paraffin Marine Engine, Norris and Henty, 344
  • Gleniifer Commercial Type Paraffin Marine Motor, 343
  • High Power Diesel Engines for Marine Service, J. Richardson, 662, 659 ; (Letter), 713
  • Hot Bulb, 20 H.P, Marine Engine, Sophus Berendsen, Limited, 346
  • Kromhout Hot Plate Engine, Perman and Co., 318
  • Launch Engine, Austin Motor Company, 346, 347
  • Lifeboat Type 40 H.P. Engine, J. Tylor and Sons, 344
  • Marine Engines, Aster Engineering Company, 347
  • Monobloc, Four-cylinder, 7 H.P. Launch Engine, Wolseley Tool and Motor Car Company, 345
  • Naval and Military Aeroplane Engine Competition, 462
  • Paraffin Engines of the Train Ferry Bridgit, Union Gas Engine Company, 494
  • Paraffin Four-cylinder Marine Engine, Parsons Motor Company, 344, 346
  • Paraffin Four-cylinder Marine Engine, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., 343, 346
  • Petrol Engine, Two-stroke, for Lighting Set, Record Engineering Company, 130 ; (Letters), 161, 180
  • Petrol Four-cylinder Marine Engine, Moonbeams limited, 343
  • Reversing Gear, Dickinson and Burne, 346 1
  • Salmson Aeronautical Motor, Dudbridge Ironworks, Limited, 326
  • Small Marine Motors at Olympia, Boulton and Paul, Limited, 318
  • Suction Gas Engine and Producer for a Tin Dredger, Tangyes Limited, 186, 189
  • Trials made on Small Diesel Engine, &c., Professor W. E. Dalby, 395, 464 ; (Letter), 521
  • Two-cycle Diesel Engines for the Motor Shix:> Sebastian, 264, 268
  • Two-cycle and Four-cycle Marine Engines, Dixon Brothers and Hutchinson, 345

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Steam Engines:

  • Central Exhaust Steam Engine, Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Limited, 547
  • Combined Superheater Engines and Boilers, R. Garrett and Sons, Limited, 310, 322 (Two-paae Coloured Supplement. March ? 1914)
  • Experimental Steam Engine for Port Arthur Technical College, A. G. Mumford, Limited, 479
  • Experimental Steam Engine, W. Sisson and Co., 714
  • Locomotive Engines—see Railway Locomotives
  • Mill Engines, Breakdowns of, Michael Long- ridge, 183, 188
  • Quadruple-expansion Engines of the Khiva, 366, 376 {TwO'page Supplement^ April 3rd, 1914)
  • ENGINEERS, Education of, J. C. Al. Garnett, 382
  • Engineers and the New Year’s Honours, 24 Engineering Interests in Brazil, Some Aspects of, by A Resident A.M. Inst. G.E., 34, 61
  • Engineering Progress Abroad, 124, 216, 325, 461, 590, 712
  • ENGINEERING PROJECTS IN PARLIAMENT, 1914, 41, 77, 98 ; (Correction), 152
  • Electricity Supply, 98
  • Gas Undertakings, 78 Harbours, Docks, &c., 77
  • Interesting Strike Clause, 98 Miscellaneous, 98
  • Railways, Tramways, Trolley Omnibuses, &c., 41
  • Scottish Bills, 98
  • Water Undertakings, 77
  • EUPHRATES, The Hindia Barrage on the, 87, 100

EXHIBITIONS:

  • Aero and Marino Exhibition, 317, 326, 343, 350, 354
  • Commercial Motor 'Vehicle, at Manchester, 150, 176
  • Mining Exhibition at Manchester, G81, 698
  • Motor Car Show at Manchester, 75
  • San Francisco, 216
  • Textile Machinery Exhibition at Manchester, 383
  • EXPERIMENTAL Tank—see Tank
  • Explosives, W. Macnab, 273
  • Export Coal Trade, 652
  • Export Competition in Machinery, 240
  • Export Price Combinations in the 'United States, 324
  • Export Trade, The Year’s, 79
  • FACTOR of Safety—see Aeronautics
  • Factory Building, A New Chocolate, 35 ; (Correction), 67
  • Failure of Boiler Plates—see Boilers
  • Failure of Condenser Tubes, Sir Henry Oram, 324, 331
  • Failure of Steam Pipes by Fatigue, C. E. Stromeyer’s Paper, 397, 403
  • Fedden, S. E., on Design and Operation of Modern Boiler-house Plant, 673, 709
  • Feed Pumps—see Pumps
  • Feed Water Diffuser, The ‘‘ O.K.,” Holdsworth and Son’s, 630
  • Feiuiiug and Safely 1‘rovautiotis for Transmission Machinery, W. Sydney Smith, 206
  • Ferguson, T., on Train Lighting Systems, 220
  • Ferodo for Lining Brakes and Clutches, H.
  • Frood Company, 699
  • Ferry, Motor-driven Train, for San T rancisco, 494 ,
  • Filters, Mechanical, at Cromer, Candy filter Company, 246
  • Filtration, Mechanical, A. J. Clark, 262
  • Fire Engines—see Engines
  • Fires, London, and the Water Supply, 208, 212 Fischer Automatic Coupling for Railway Stock, 482
  • Fitting Out Yard, Ansaldo’s Works—see Genoa Harbour
  • Flying Machines—see Aeronautics
  • Forced Draught Turbo-fan, Yarrow-Terry, 207 ; (Correction), 304
  • Foreign Competition in Coal—see Coal
  • Foreign Competition in Railway Rolling Stock —see Railways
  • Forlanini Airship—see Aeronautics
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 28, 56, 82, 110, 136, 164, 192, 222, 248, 274, 304, 332, 360, 386, 412, 439, 466, 494, 521, 550, 578, 604, 633, 660, 688, 716 .
  • Foster Strain Meter and some Data Obtained Therewith, W. R. G. Whiting, 397
  • Fothergill, H., on Wireless Telegraphy, 628
  • Foundries, Iron and Steel at Ansaldo’s AVorks. (xv-xviii. Twenty-eight-page Supplement, May 8^7i, 1914)
  • Fowler, Dr. Gilbert, on the Sewage Disposal Problem, 272
  • Fowler, Henry, on Superheating Steam in Locomotives, 66, 95, 127 ; (Letter), 161
  • France, Motor Tillage in, 266
  • Freeboard by^ Formula, A. A. Liddell, 279
  • Free-swinging Plansifter, Henry Simon, Limited, 301
  • Friction Drop Stamps, B. and S. Massey, 668
  • Furnaces, Gas and Electric, at Ansaldo’s Works (in, x, xi, xv-xxiii, Twenty-eight-poge Supplement, May Sth, 1914), {Two Two-page Supplements}
  • Furnaces, Surface Combustion, for Etiamclhug, Annealing, &c., at Bonecourt, 525
  • GALWAY Harbour Improvements, 120 Garnett, .L C. M.,‘oii Education of Engineers, 382
  • Gas Engines—see Engines
  • Gas Escape Detector, Dr. A. M. Low, 134
  • Gas Producers—see Producer
  • Gas Turbine, The Explosion, Theory of, T. B. Morley, 337
  • Genoa Harbour, Fitting out Yard, Ansaldo Works (xxv-xxvii, Twenty-eight-page Supplement, May ^ih, 1914)
  • Geological Problems and the Panama Canal, 420, 429, 444
  • Georgian Bay Ship Canal, 148
  • Gibraltar, Harbour Works and Dockyard at, Adam Scott, 191
  • Glasgow, Granary at Meadowside, 534, 538 Governor for Water Turbines, P. Pitman, 407 Gracey, Lieutenant J. W., on The New Mersey
  • Bar Lightship Alarm, 367 Granary at Meadowside, Glasgow, 534, 5.38 Grant, K. C., on Conservancy Law of Ohio, 668 Graphical Differentiation, H. Holzer, 130; (Letter), 161
  • Gray, H., on Use of Superheaters and Superheated Steam in Mercantile Steanusrs, 396
  • Greiner, A., on Recovery and Application of th<5
  • By-pi'oduets of Iron and Steel Works, 504 Gribble, T. G., on Comparative Economics of
  • Tramways and Railless Electric Traction,
  • Grinders- -see Machine Tools
  • Gulliver, G. H., on Binary Alloys, 34.3 Guns and Gun Making—see Wcr Material Gyros(5opic Alono-rail System, Schilowsky, 106; (Letter), 299
  • HADFIELD Research Prize, 657
  • Hadfield, Sir R., on Metallurgy of Iron and Steel, 715
  • Hammer, Electric Pneumatic, S. Wolf anti Co., 358
  • Hammers—see also Machine Tools
  • Harbour Improvements, Galway, J 2d
  • Harbours and Waterways—see also Annual Article
  • Hard Woods for the Construction of Railway Rolling Stock, Dr. Weiskopf, 616
  • Hardening—see Iron and Steel
  • Hardness Testing, Geheimrat Martens, 281
  • Harton Low Staithes Fire, Loading Jib After, L^och, Goodall and Co., 191
  • Heat Analysis, &c.—see Boilers
  • Heathcote, H. S., on Recent Improvements in Case-hardening Practice, 561
  • Heaton, T. T., on Some Modern Methods of Welding, 232, 239, 247
  • Hildage, H. T., on Transmission of Power by Chains, 95
  • Hiller, E. G., on Sources of Mechanical Energy, 119
  • Hindia Barrage on the Euphrates, 87
  • Hollow Metal Rods, 478
  • Holt, R., on The Assouan Dam, 631
  • Hopkinson, Professor B., and Sir R. Hadfield on the Magnetic and Mechanical Properties of Manganese Steel, 528
  • Houghton, S. A., on Failures of Heavy Boiler Shell Plates, 640, 669, 577
  • Hull Joint Dock, 122, 123, 674, 678, 701 Humbert, E., and A. Hethey on Production of Steel Direct from Ore, 661
  • Humidifiers in Textile Factories, 383
  • Hydraulic Plant for Hull Dock, Hathorn, Davey and Co., 676
  • Hydraulic Presses at Ansaldo’s Works (viii, XV, xvi, xviii, xix, Twcnt/y-eight-page Supplement, May ^th, 1914), {Two-page ment}
  • Jydro-eloctric Enginei.’ring in Peru, Taylor, 68, 72
  • dydro-electric Plant, 300,000 H.P., Mississippi, 476, 502, 510, 630, 531
  • INDIA and Ceylon, Through Communication Between, 236
  • India, Military Cars for, 630
  • Indicator, Optical, Diagrams of Small Diesel Engine, Professor W. E. Dalby, 395, 464 : (Letter), 521
  • Industrial (Questions—see Labour
  • Inflammable Gas Escape Detector, Dr. A. M. Low, 134
  • Inspectorsof Mechanical Transport, 48 I
  • Internal (Combustion Engines—see Engines
  • International Conference on Safety of Life at Sea, 94, 199, 211
  • International Rail Trade, 128

IRON AND STEEL:

  • Belts, Steel Driving, Eloesser System, Powcr Pulley Company, 245
  • By-products of Iron and Steel Works, Recovery and Application, A. Greiner, 504
  • Case-hardened Steel, Micrographs of, at Sampierdarena Works (iii, Twenty-eight- page Supplement, May 3th, 1914)
  • Changes in the United States Steel Industry. 612
  • Chemical and Mechanical Relations of Iron, Tungsten and Carbon, and of Iron, Nickel and Carbon, Professors J. O, Arnold and A. A. Read, 351, 366
  • Contribution to the Theory of Hardening. A. McCance, 529
  • Experiments with Case-hardening, Professor R. Baumann, 613
  • Failures of Heavy Boiler Steel Plates, Sidney A. Houghton, 640, 669, 577
  • Hadfield Research Prize, 667
  • Hardening of Metals with Special Reference to Iron and its Alloys, C. A. Edwards and Dr. H. C. H. Carpenter, 529
  • Heathcote Hardness Tester, 661
  • Kapp Vibrator, 347
  • Magnetic and Mechanical Properties of Manganese Steel, Professor B. Hopkinson and Sir R, Hadfield, 528
  • Metallurgy of Iron and Steel, Advances in, Sir R. Hadfield, 716
  • Production of Steel Dhect from Ore, E. Humbert and A. Hethey, 561
  • Rail Corrugation and its Causes, S. P W Sellon, 248, 352
  • Rail Steels for Electric Railways, W. Willox 248, 362
  • Recent Improvements in Case-hardening Practice, H. S, Heathcote, 661
  • Roller Metal Mixer, Berlin Anhalt Companv. 591
  • Siemens Martin Steel Furnaces at Ausakld’s Works (xv, xvii, xviii, Twenty-eight-page Supplement, May 3th, 1914), Two-page} Supplement}
  • Steel Crossing—see Railways
  • Steel Trade, Combinations in the, 596
  • Talbot Process in Comparison with other (ZJpen-hearth Refining Processes, Dr. Friedrich Schuster, 627
  • Use of Steel Ingot Moulds, 70
  • IRONITE, S. T. Molt and Vines, Limited, 436 Irrigation of Southern Alberta, 170, 182 Italy, Railway Electrification—see Railways
  • JAEGER Turbine Air Pump, dOS
  • Jib,^ Ixiading, After .Fire at Marton Coal
  • Staitlieb, Lucebi, Goodall and Go., 191
  • 1\LN\()N, E., on 1 ransmission of Pouer bv Ropes, 4 36, 592
  • King’s College Hospital, Automatic Telephones and Electric Clocks at, 243
  • LABORATORIES,, Gornigliano Lignre. 7A11- saldo s Works (xii xv, Tvjenty-eiylit-page Supplement, May 3th, 1914)
  • Laboratory, Itoyal Prussian, Work (jf, 123

LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES, AND WAGES QUESTIONS:

  • Industrial Unrest, 679
  • Miners Again, 218
  • Miners’ Minimum, 377
  • Palazzo Gambaro, Ansaldo’s Works, Labour and Provident System (xxvii, Twenty-eight- page Supplement, May 3th, 1914)
  • Railway Committee for Labour Questions, 383
  • Railwaymen’s Congress, 686, 707
  • Recovery of Damages from Strikers, 129
  • Trade Unionism and the Railway Service, 429 Trade Unions in South Africa, 101
  • Triple Alliance of Labour, 486
  • LAMPS, Modern Metal Filament, The Manufacture of, 27
  • Lanchester, F. W., on The Flying Machine from an Engineering Standpoint, 616, 648
  • Lanston Monotype Corporation Works 197 228, 256 ’
  • Lathes—see Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 28, 58, 82, 164 250 277, 332, 362, 388, 469, 650, 675, 601, 663
  • Launching—see Ships
  • Lead Casters, 617

LEADERS:

  • Aeronautical Report, 624
  • Alcohol as Fuel, 669
  • Alterations to Electric Railways. 486
  • Armament Firms and Foreign Business. 155 Aviation in France, 167
  • Breakdowns, 183
  • Burning of the Scout, 639
  • China (or British Engineers, 293
  • Clyde Control, 695
  • Combinations in the Steel Trade, 696
  • Coming Decline in the Shipbuilding Trade, 669
  • Compound Propellers, 623
  • Compulsory Working of Patents, 127, 183 Continuous Rails, 266
  • Control Systems for Single-phase Locomotives, 352
  • Cultivation of the Chinese and South American Markets, 708
  • Developments in Naval Gunnery, 696
  • Docks and Railway Nationalisation, 611 Electrical Driving of Rolling Mills, 485 Empress of Ireland, 623
  • Export Coal Trade, 662
  • Export Competition in Machinery, 240
  • Export Price Combinations in the United States, 324
  • Factor of Safety in Aviation, 75
  • Failure of Steam Pipes by Fatigue, 403 Failures of Steel Plates, 540
  • Foreign Competition in Coal, 468
  • Foreign Competition in Railway Rolling Stock, 377
  • Glasgow Water, 670
  • Industrial Unrest, 679
  • International Rail Trade, 128
  • Large Power Stations, 48
  • Light Railways, 540
  • London Electricity Supply, 294, 457
  • London Fires and the Water Supply, 212 London Traffic Problem, 73
  • Metal versus Wood for Aeroplanes, 458 Metallurgy, A Chapter in, 351
  • Minors’ Minimum, 377
  • Model Propeller Experiments, 47
  • Modern Welding Methods, 239
  • Motor Tillage in France, 266
  • Navy Estimates, 323
  • New Departure in Ships* Lifeboats, 239
  • Panama Landslides and the Geologist, 429
  • Paris Metropolitan Catastrophe, 707
  • Port and Starboard, 708
  • Price of Oil, 74
  • Priority of Invention, 378
  • Progressive Trials of Ships, 101
  • Protection of Battleships During Darkness, 511
  • Railway Appointment, 212
  • Railway Electrification, 48
  • Railwaymen’s Programme, 707
  • Recovery of Damages from Strikers, 129
  • Retrospect, 1913, 17
  • Royal Commission on Railways, 102
  • Rudder Forces and Steering Qualities, 430
  • Russian Naval Expansion, 680
  • Science and the State, 651
  • Scottish Oil and the Navy, 184
  • Sewage Disposal Problems, 403
  • Ship Dimensions and Harbour Depths, 74 Ships and Lifeboats, 211
  • Skelmorlie Measured Mile, 293
  • Split-phase System, 670
  • Submarine A 7, 102
  • Superheater Locomotives, 127
  • Supplementary Naval Estimates, 265
  • Trade Names, 624
  • Trade Unionism and the Railway Service, 429
  • Trade Unions in South Africa, 101
  • Triple Alliance of Labour, 485
  • Turbo-generator Troubles, 211
  • United States Steel Industry, Changes in, 612 Value and Cost in Power of Bilge Keels, 156 Wireless Telegraphy Research Committee, 661
  • LEAKAGE, Valve, H. Bollinokx, 208
  • Legal Intelligence, 167

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS:

  • America, 31, 68, 85, 113, 138, 194, 224, 245, 251, 307, 363, 389, 415, 441, 468, 622, 653, 681, 607, 636, 691, 718
  • England, North of, 28, 67, 83, 112, 137, 165, 194, 223, 249, 276, 305, 334, 361, 387, 414, 440, 467, 496, 522, 652, 679, 606, 634, 661, 689, 717
  • Germany, France, Belgium, &c., 31, 69, 85, 113, 139, 167, 196, 226, 261, 277, 307, 336, 363, 389, 416, 441, 469, 497, 623, 663, 681, 607, 635, 663, 691, 719
  • Iron, Coal and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Other Districts, 28, 66, 82, 111, 136, 165, 193, 223, 248, 276, 304, 332, 360, 386, 413, 439, 466, 496, 621, 651, 678, 605, 633, 661, 688, 716
  • Lancashire, 28, 67, 83. Ill, 136, 165, 193, 223, 248, 276, 304, 333, 361, 387, 413, 439, 466, 495, 621, 661, 678, 605, 633, 661, 689, 717 ; (Correction), 358
  • Scotland. 30, 68, 84, 112, 137, 166. 194, 224, 250, 276, 305, 334, 362, 388, 414, 440, 468, 496, 522, 552, 680, 606, 634, 662, 690, 717
  • Sheffield, 28, 57, 83, 111, 137. 165, 193, 223. 249, 275, 306, 333, 361, 387, 413, 439, 467, 496, 621, 551, 679, 606, 633, 661, 689, 717
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 30, 58, 84, 112, 138, 166, 194, 224, 260, 276, 306, 334, 362. 388, 414, 440, 468, 496, 522, 662, 680, 606, 634, 662, 690, 718

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:

  • Aeroplanes in Paris, A. M. Coate, 63, 67, ; Your Representative in Paris, 63, 107
  • Aero Tug, L. Pollock, 560
  • Assouan Dam, Alessandrini, W. Stokes, 299
  • Automatic Couplers for British Railways. T. A. Brocklebank, 601
  • Auxiliary Sailing Ship France, Draughtsman. 107
  • Bases of the Screw Propeller, J. Batey, 62, 107 ; A. R., 67, 160
  • Between London and Paris, G. Binyon, 133 Birmingham University, G. E. Mappin. 53 British Trade in China, A. J. M. Bennett, ^59 Compound Superheater Locomotives, X., 63 Compulsory Working of Patents, G. Brewer, 180, 269 ; A. Chartered Patent Agent, 245 ;
  • H. Howgrave Graham, 161
  • Diesel Engines, Large, R. J. N. W., 180 Differential Curves, Simple Method for Constructing, Turbo, 161
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR {continuedy*
  • Double-hulled Ship, Draughtsman, 329
  • Economiser Design, Interested, 63
  • Engines at the Tangshan Colliery, Anciens Ateliers de Construction Van den Ker- chove, 67
  • Feed Pump Governors, J, F. Gill, 180, 245, 299 ; Ronald TrisL 217, 269, 329
  • French Battleship Languedoc, Ste. Arne, des Chantiers et Ateliers de la Gironde, 299
  • Gear Grinding Machinery, Pfeil and Co., 107
  • Great Discoveries, M. Y., 685 ; Owen Linley, 713
  • Great Eastern General Managership, J. W. Green, 299 ; Railway Engineer, 217
  • Great Inventions—see Great Discoveries Grindstones, Seestu, 463
  • High-power Diesel Engines, J. Richardson, 713
  • Interesting Query, A. Spencer Jones, 481 Inventors and the Public, W, Hawkins, 299 Launching Aeroplanes from Ships at Sea, C. W. Pidcock, 329
  • Laymen and Professional Men—see Great Eastern, &o.
  • Liquid Fuel Boilers, Leonardo Fea, 133
  • Locomotive Indicator Cards, C. W. Dauncey, 269, 367 ; C. R. King, 246 ; J. Riekie, 329
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway Locomotives, G. Cullis, 648
  • Metal versus Wood for Aeroplanes, O. P. Monckton, 675 ; W. H. Sayers, 520
  • Model Propeller Experiments, Red Sea, 133
  • Motor Vessels’ Auxiliaries, Draughtsman, 463 Niclausse High-duty Marine Boilers, J, E.
  • Grant, 357 ; W. G. Lewis, 463
  • Noise of Motor Traffic, Daimler Company, Limited, 299
  • Northumbrian Locomotive, J. W. Boulton, 686 ; J. H. Knight, 648 ; E. W. Sargeant, 713
  • Oil Engines versus Steam Engines for Marine Propulsion, E. W. F. Smith, 160
  • Optical Indicators, R. W. Penning, 521
  • Permutit Water Softening Plant at Hooton, Cheshire, W. Boby, 685
  • Photographs at Museums, J. H. Knight, 329
  • Reinforced Concrete Buoys and Sinkers, H. Blake Thomas, 620
  • Road Surfaces, John Riekie, 63 ; A. M. Low, 53
  • Safety and Stability of Aeroplanes, Engineer, 107
  • Schilowsky Gyroscopic Mono-rail System, J. Airey, 299
  • Screw Propeller Problems—see Bases of the Screw Propeller
  • Sir Joseph Swan, John Rhodin, 648
  • Stephenson’s Rocket, H. W. Dickinson, 107 ; J. Horan, 133 ; J. H. Knight, 67 ; E. W. Sargeant, 107
  • Stony River Dam, Faihire of the, K. C. Grant, 481
  • Suction Between Passing Aeroplanes, Aerofoil, 575
  • Superheated Steam, J. Riekie, 161 ; see alsa Locomotive Indicator Cards
  • Superheater Locomotives—see Locomotive Indicator Cards
  • Surface Combustion Temperatures, Rone- court Surface Combustion, Limited, 648, 685, 713 ; H. Cameron, 648; Alleyne Reynolds, 601, 686, 713
  • Traffic Problem in New York and London, D. S. Martin, 520
  • Two-cycle versus Four-cycle Engines, W. Stead, 161 ; R. G. Wells, 180
  • Vibration of Diesel Engines, W. Arschauloff, 463
  • Was Westinghouse the First to Invent the Continuous Air Brake ? A. R. Bennett, 357 Water Turbines, L. R. Howe, 161
  • Williams Connecting-rod System, R. W. Weeks, 53
  • Working-men’s Patents, W. Hawkins, 161
  • LIDDELL, A. A., on Freeboard by Formula, 279
  • Lifeboats—see Sliips
  • Life-saving Appliances, Sir J. H, Biles, 283
  • Lighting Set, Petrol-electric, Record Engineering Company, 130 ; (Letters), 161, 180
  • Lighting of Trains—see Railways
  • Lightship Developments, 367
  • Limpsfield Pumping Station—see Pumps

LITERATURE: Reviews:

  • Annuairo du Bureau I’An 1914, 487
  • Applied Chemistry, Edward Thorpe, 49,
  • British Factory Administration and Accounts, E. T. Elbourne, 513, 597
  • Carburation in Theory and Practice, R. W. A. Brewer, 486
  • Compulsory Arbitration in Industrial Disputes, W. F. Hamilton, 129
  • Cutlery Trades, G. I. H. Lloyd, 49, 404 Diesel or Slow Combustion Oil Engine, G. J.
  • Wells and A. J. Wallis-Tayler, 213, 295 Egyptian Irrigation, Sir Wm. Willcocks, 157, 212, 242, 267 ; (Letters), 299, 357 Engineering Thermodynamics, C. E. Lucke, 431
  • High and Low-tension Switchgear Design,
  • A. G. Collis, 379
  • Highway Engineering, Text-book on, A. H.
  • Blanchard and H. B. Drowne, 129, 512 Igneous Rocks, J. P. Iddings, 663
  • Indian Architecture : Its Physiology, Structure, and History, &c., E. B. Havell, 487
  • Indian Storage l^servoirs with Earthen
  • Dams, W. L, Strange, 625
  • Insulation and Design of Electrical Windings, A. P. M. Fleming and R, Johnson, 49, 404
  • Metallurgy, General, H. O. Hofman, 653 Mineralogy, Outlines of, G. A. J. Cole, 185 Sampling and Assay of the Precious Metals, Ernest A. Smith, 103, 541
  • Screw Propellers and Estimation of Power for Propulsion of Ships, Captain C. W. Dyson, 295, 469
  • Stone Quarrying, Practical, 625
  • Switches and Switchgear, Professor R. Edler, 626
  • Taschenbi>ch der Kriegsflotten, 1914, Kapitanleutenant B. Weyer, 295

LITERATURE: Short Notices:

  • Autogenous Welding, Practical Manual of. 405
  • xA.utomatic Telephony, Principles of, W. Atkins, 613, 697
  • Aviation, A. E. Berriman, 405
  • Chemistry, A New Era in, H. C. Jones, 314
  • Chemistry, Some Fundamental Problems in, Old and New, E. A. Letts, 348
  • Construction of Roads and Streets, H. Law and D, K. Clark, 314
  • Dictionary of German and English, English and German, Max Bellows, 49, 213
  • Early Weights and Measures of Mankind, General Sir C. Warren, 213, 241
  • Electro-thermal Methods of Iron and Steel Production, J. B. C. Kershaw, 49, 406
  • Engineers’ Costs and Economical Workshop Production, D. Smith and P. C. N. Pickworth, 613, 697
  • Engineering as a Profession, A. P. M. Fleming and R. W. Bailey, 129
  • Fitting and Erecting of Engines, C. Leslie Browne, 129
  • Flying, Some Practical Experiences, Gustav Hamel and C. C. Turner, 487, 681
  • Formulaire du Candidat Ingeniour Maurice Percheron, 697
  • Fuel: Solid, Liquid, and Gaseous, J. S. S. Brame, 295, 348
  • Geology, A Text-book of, Professor James Park, 487, 681
  • Gold Dredging, T. C. Earl, 129, 597
  • Grain Elevators, Plans of, 405
  • Gyroscope, The, F. J. B. Cordeiro, 49, 379 Heat Engines, W. Ripper, 348
  • Hydraulics, E. H. Sprague, 487, 597 Laying Off, or the Geometry of Shipbuilding, E. L. Attwood and 1. C. G. Cooper, 348
  • Locomotive Boilers and Engines, L. V. Ludy, 129
  • Machine Shop Catechism, 314, 348
  • Marine Engineering, A. E. Tompkins, 571, 663
  • Mechanics and Heat, W. B. Anderson, 571, 597
  • Mechanics of Particles and Rigid Bodies, J. Prescott, 14
  • Physics, A Text-book of, R. S. Willows, 348
  • Physical Research, Recent, David Owen, 14, 348
  • Principles of the Application of Power to Road Transport, H. E, Wimperis, 14, 405
  • Reinforced Concrete Railway Structures, J. D. W. Ball, 295, 379
  • Riddle of Mars, The Planet, C. E. Housden, 487, 663
  • Sound, J. W. Capstick, 314
  • Squaring the Circle, E. W. Hobson, 213
  • Steam Boilers, Working of, E. G. Hiller, 129
  • Steam Pipes, Construction and Arrangement, Vulcan Boiler and General Insurance. Company, 597, 681
  • Structural Geology, G. K. Leith, 487, 663
  • Symmetrical Masonry Arches, M. A. Howe, 348
  • Technical Mechanics, E. R. Maurer, 487, 597 Theory and Design of Structures, Ewart S. Andrews, 314
  • Wooden Trestle Bridges, A Treatise on, W. C. Foster, 405

LITERATURE: Books Received:

  • Advertising and Progress, E. S. Hole and John Hart, 671
  • Aeroplanes, How to Understand, S. L. Walkden, 571
  • Annuaire pour L’Au 1914, 296
  • Applied Mechanics, C. E. Fuller and W. A. Johnston, 295
  • Architectural Drafting, A. B. Greenberg and C. B, Howe, 314
  • xArchitecture and How to Sketch it, H. W. ' Roberts, 296
  • Automobile Engineer’s Year-book, 1914, 129 Back to the Sea, Report of Fourth National
  • Conference on Sea Training, October 21st, 1913, 241
  • Bankruptcy, The Law and Practice of, G. L. Hardy, 487
  • Bibliography of Roadmaking and Roads in the United Kingdom, Dorothy Ballen, 295
  • Boreholes and Borehole Machinery, J. W. Cable, 129
  • Bowles V. the Bank of England, 314
  • British Railways: Financial and Commercial Survey, W. K. Lawson, 103
  • Burns, by Rev. L. M. Watt, Nation’s Library, 296
  • Catalogue de Photograpliies Documentaires, 314
  • Cement, Concrete, and Bricks, A. B. Searle, 103
  • Chemistry, Some Fundamental Problems in. Old and New, E. A. Letts, 571
  • Complex Integration and Cauchy’s Theorem, G. N. Watson, 710
  • Compressed Air, Theodore Simons, 625 Compressed Air Practice, F. Richards, 314 Constructions Navales, Accessoires de Coque, M. Edmond, 571
  • Co-operation and Co-partnership, L. L. Price, Nation’s Library, 296
  • Cranes and Hoists : Their Construction and Calculation, H. Wilda, 14
  • Department of the Interior :
  • Bureau of Mines ; Miners’ Circular, 15 ; Mine Rescue, &c., J. W. Paul, 213 xAnalysis of Coals in the United States, with Descriptions of Mine and Field Samples, &c., N. W. Lord, 241
  • Influence of Inert Gases on Inflammable Gaseous Mixtures, J. K. Clement, 213
  • Mining and Treatment of Feldspar and Kaolin in the Southern Appalachian Region, A. S. Watts, 213
  • Monthly Statement of Coal Mine Fatalities in the United States, July, 1913, A. H. Fay, 213
  • Production and the Use of Brown Coal in the Vicinity of Cologne, C. xA.. Davis, 213
  • Sanitation at Mining Villages in the Birmingham District, Ala., Dwight E. Woodbridge, 241
  • Titaniferous Iron Ores in the United States, &c., J. T. Singewald, 241
  • Der Abbruch von Beton- und Eisenbeton- bauten, Diplom Ingdnieur E. Schick, 314
  • Gear Cutting in Theory and Practice, J G Horner, 513
  • faring, A. E. Ingham, 710 Generators, Mechanical Design and Con- struction of, R. Livingstone, 710
  • German Self-taught, W. E. Weber. 295 ^^241 Elementary, J. T. Wright,
  • *^^14^^*^^ Structural Design, H. D, Hess Heat, E. M. Shealy, 663 Heat Engines, The Theory of, iV. Inchley, 49 High Roads, The Making of, A. E. Caroy, 710 History of the Royal Society of Arts, Sir H.
  • 1 rueman Wood, 14 Houses of Parliament and “ The Karsino ”
  • Hrainage and Drainage Ventilation, Isaac Shone, 296
  • Hydraulic Turbines, R. L. Daugherty, 157 Hydraulics, W. M. Wallace, 710
  • Homance of Old London, A. F n allis, 14 > . X .
  • Illumination and Artiecial Lighting, Element of, Arthur Blok, 205 Illumination, Practical, Justus Eck 51,3 *™2^erial College of Science and Technology, Importer’s Sterling Advance Tables 3’ H Lanskail, 671 ’ "
  • Incandescent Electric Lamps, D. H. o<dev 314, • «?
  • Industrial Co-Partnership, C. Carpenter, 571 Inventoi- s Adviser and Manufacturer’s Hand- •p u on’ Hesigns and 'J’rade Marks. R. Haddon, 432
  • Invest in the Tropics, 671 Investigating an Industry, AV. Kent 513 Ironfouuding, Practical, J. G. Horner, 571 Iron Trail, Rex Beach, 213 Italian and English Commercial Correspond- ence, 487
  • '^‘"1912-13 295 Gesellschaft,
  • Jahrbuch der Schiffbautechnischen Gesellschaft, Vol. XV., 296
  • digs and Fixtures, F. H. Colvin and L. L. M.aas, 157
  • '‘ui-tcvin.
  • La Resistenza delle Artiglierio (The Resistance of Guns), L. Coupaye and P. JIalaval,
  • Laboratory Maiuial, Direct and Alternating Current, C. E. Clewell, 613
  • Home Counties ” (J W Robertson Scott), 14 \ •
  • Lath^ork, Ornamental, for Amateurs, Liverpool Ei^nomic and Statistical Society Liverpool Docks Scheme, R. Williams, 432 Locomotive Operating, Practical, C. Roberts and R. M. Smith, 129 ->^006118
  • Ferrocarilesde Chile, S. M. Vicuna 295 Draughtsmen. Hand- book for, F. A. Halsey, 314
  • Machines 6, Vapeur, Les, F. Cardier, 671 Maintenance of Foreshores, Ernest Latham 296 ’
  • ^Cffiendar, ""c“E.1itr:X-:"29T"^ """ Construction,
  • Trusses end Beums A? Determinatioi;
  • of, Malverd A. Howe, 710
  • Me^chanical Refrigeration, H. J. Macintire, M^hanical World Pocket Diary and Year book, 1914, 129
  • Dynamics, Technical, B. K. Maurer, 487
  • Mercantile Year-book. 1914, 487 Practical Instructions in
  • Search for, &c., A. MacLeod, 571 Mming, How to Study, 129
  • Modern Seismology, G. W. Walker, 49 J- A. Crowther, 710
  • Motor Cyclist’s Handbook, C. S 1 ni-- (Phmnix), 213
  • Motoring, A. E. Berriman, 314 National Defence v Channel Tunnel. Admiral
  • Sir Algernon de Horsey, 314 Neural Sources of Energy, Dr A H Gibson, 129 ®
  • Naval Warfare, J. R. Thursfield, 129 N^y League Annua], 1913-14, Alan H
  • Burgoyne, 49 *
  • New Birth of Ireland, L. G. Redmond.
  • -Howard, Nation’s Library 295 Official Year-book of the Scientific and
  • IreffindS!?^^^"^
  • Old English Pattem Books of the Metal Trades, Victoria and Albert Museum, 571^
  • Panama Canal, The Story of the, Logan Marshall, 296
  • Photo Electricity, Dr. H. Stanley Allen, 49 Physics, A. Text-book on (Electricity and Magnetism), J. H. Poynting and Sir J. J. Thomson, 571
  • Plate Girders, Design of, Lewis E. Moore, 213 Power and Power Transmission, E. W. Kerr, 513
  • Powers and Aeronautics, 241
  • Practical Railway Spiral, L. C. Jordan, 241 Principles of Flight, A. E. Berriman, 314 Principles of Industrial Organisation, D. S. Kimball, 157
  • Railroad Surveying, Text-book on, G. W. Pickels and C. C. Wiley, 671
  • Railway Operating Statistics, Elements of, C. Travis, D. R. Lamb and J. A. Jenkinson, 295
  • Railways of Great Britain, Lord Monkswell, 103
  • Railways of the World, E. Protheroe, 613 Rating of Machinery, Some Facts and , Fallacies, G. Humphreys-Davies, 710
  • Rays of Positive Electricity and their Application to Chemical Analyses, Sir J. J. Thomson, 296
  • School Statics, G. W. Brewster and C. J. L. Wagstaff, 295
  • Science and Industry, Co-operation of, S. Illingworth, 613
  • Screw Cutting for Engineers, Ernest Pull, 213 Sewage Drainage Systems, Isaac Shone, 295 Shop Sketching, J. W. Woolley and R. B. Meredith, 295
  • Simplified Formulas and Tables for Floors, Joists and Beams, Roofs, Rafters and Purlins, N. C. Ricker, 129
  • Slide Rule Notes, H. C. Dunlop and C. S. Jackson, 295
  • Smithsonian Institution, United States National Museum, Report, 49
  • Social Guide, 1914, Mrs. H. Adams and E. A. Browne, 710
  • Soft Soldering, Hard Soldering and Brazing, J. F. Hobart, 241
  • Solution of Railroad Problems by the Slide Rule, E. R. Cary, 241
  • Some Famous Buildings and their Story, A. W. Clapham and W. H. Godfrey, 571
  • South Wales Coal and Iron Companies, 1914, 65.3
  • Specification Writing, Elements of, R. S. Kirby, 14
  • Staffordshire County Council: Annual Report of the Medical Officer of Health, G. Reid, M.D., for 1912, 129
  • Steam Boiler, Arithmetic of the, C. J. Mason, 314
  • Steam Engine, Handbook on the, H. Haeder, 571
  • Steam Turbines, J. A. Moyer, 571
  • Steel Analysis, A Modern, J. A. Pickard, 487 Steel Foundry, J. H. Hall, 697
  • Subaqueous Foundations, Practical Treatise on, &c., C. E. Fowler, 710
  • Suspension Bridges, Arch Ribs, and Cantilevers, W. H. Burr, 487
  • Technical Words and Phrases : An English- German and German—English Dictionary, C. A. Thimm and W. von Knoblaugh, 613
  • Telegraphy, Sir W. H. Preece and Sir J. Sivewright, 697
  • “ Transactions ” of the Institution of Naval Architects, 1913, Part II., R. W. Dana, 295
  • Transmission Line Formulas for Electrical Engineers and Engineering Students, H. B. Dwight, 241
  • Twentieth Century Inventions, C. R. Gibson, Nation’s Library, 296
  • Village Electrical Installations, W. 1'. Wardale, 241
  • War Traders, G. H. Perris, 710
  • Water : Its Purification and its Use in the Industries, W. W. Christie, 241
  • Water Supply, Studies in, A. C. Houston, 314 Waterworks Engineering, F. C. Uren, 710 Well Sinking, Practical, B. A. Harrison, 710 \VireIess Telegraphists, Handbook of Technical Instruction for, I. C. Hawkhe^id,
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Handbook of, Murray, 314
  • Wireless Telegraphy, W. H. Marchant,
  • Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, book, 697
  • Working Drawings of Machinery, W. H. James and M. C. Mackenzie, 613
  • Workmen’s Compensation Cases, Vol. VI., Judge Ruegg and Douglas Knocker, 314
  • Workshop Practice, Modern, Ernest Pull, 626
  • LLOYD’S Register—see Ships
  • Lock for Sliding Doors of Railway Carriages, Gabriel and Co., 27
  • Locomotive, Compressed Air, 172 Locomotives—see also Railway Locomotives Log Band Saw Mill, T. Robinson and Son,
  • Limited, 381
  • London Electricity—see Electrical Matters London Fires and the Water Supply, 208, 212 London Traffic Problem, 73
  • Longridge, Michael, on Breakdowns of Machinery, 183, 188
  • Lubricator, Mechanical, C. C. Wakefield and Co., 712
  • Luke, W. J., on Experiments upon Wake and Thrust Deduction, 374, 623
  • Lydall, F., on Control Systems for Single-phase Locomotives, 352

MACHINE TOOLS:

  • Adzing and Boring Machine for Railway Sleepers, T. Robinson and Sons, Limited, 296
  • Armour Plate Planing Machine, T. Shanks and Co., 710
  • Bar-cutting Machine with British Thomson- Houston Company Motor, 117
  • Boring Machine, Electrically Driven, H. W. Kearns and Co., 260
  • Boring Mill, Butler’s—see Vertical Borine Mill ®
  • Boring Mills, Electrically Driven, Smith and Coventry, Webster and Bennett, Westinghouse Company, Niles Tool Company, 260 ;
  • J. Stirk and Sons, 284, 292 ; H W Kearns and Co., 260, 284, 292
  • ^Boring, Tapping, Studding and Milling Machine, G. and A. Harvey, 614, 615
  • Calender Bowls, Machine" for Grinding Mather and Piatt, 96
  • Clutches for Use with Motor-driven Macliine 'fools, T. Broadbent and Sons, Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company, 452
  • Craven Planing Machine with Vickers Motor 406
  • Drills, Electrical versus Pneumatic, 506
  • Drills, Radial, Motor-driven, W. Asquith and Co., 284, 292 ; Archdale, 406
  • Eldick Lathe Cutting-off Tool, Mo to gear Engineering Company, 630
  • Electric Driving in Workshops, 96, 117, 146, 178, 201, 260, 284, 292, 340, 406, 424, 460,
  • 506
  • Gridley Pour-spindle Automatic Lathe with Continuous-current Motor by Electromotors Limited, 202, 204
  • Grinder for Armour Plate, with Vickers Motor, 406
  • Grinders, Electric-drivejj, «T. H. Holmes and Co., 507, 608
  • Grinding Machine, Heavy Plain, Churchill Machine Tool Company, 298
  • Gim-boring Lathe and Locomotive Wheel Lathe, G. and A. Harvey, Limited, 462
  • Hammer, Electro-pneumatic, with Mather and Platt Motor, 117
  • Herbert, Alfred, Motor-driven Tools, 201
  • High-speed Combination Turret Lathe, H. W. Ward and Co., Limited, 461
  • Hulse Lathes, with Mather and Platt Motors, 117
  • Ingot Slicer, with Vickers Motor, 407
  • King ” Boring and Turning Mills, Selson Engineering Company, 168
  • Lathe with Automatic Control, Cunliffe and Croom, 284, 292
  • Lathe Face Plate, Motor-driven, J. Holmes and Co., 508
  • Lathe, Vertical Turret, Bullard, witJi British Thomson-Houston Company’s Motor, 261, 262
  • Locomotive Wheel-quartering Machine, with 'Two Alotors, Cunidfe and Croom, 262
  • Machine Tools, Motor-driven—see also Electrical Matters
  • Maltman’s Gear for Electrical Driving of Machine Tools, 201
  • Milling Cutters, Mild Steel at Gio. Ansaldo’s Works (ii, iii. Twenty-eiyht-page Supplement, May 3th, 1914)
  • Milling Machine, with Mather and Platt Motor, 117
  • Planers, Small, Electrical Equipment for, Laurence, Scott and Co., 286
  • Planing Machine, 20ft., Loudon Brothers, 436
  • Planing Machine, Powell, witii B.l’.H. Motor and “ Fabroil ” Pinion, 285
  • Planing Machine, Radial, for Armour Plate, with Vickers Motor, Craven Brothers, 284 ’
  • Planing Machines, Large, Electrical Equipment for, Adnil Electric Company,
  • British Thomson - Houston Company,
  • Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company Siemens Brothers, 340
  • Pollock and McNab Turret Lathe, driven by Geared Motor by Electromotors Limited. 201, 204
  • Portable Electric Drill, J. H. Holmes and Co., 607, 508
  • Portable Electric Drilling Machines, Witton- Kramer Electric Tool and Hoist Company 507
  • Ratable Pijtjc Flange Drilling Machine, G. and A. Harvey, Limited, 436
  • Portable Wood Drilling Machine with Electric Drive, J. H. Holmes and Co., 608 lower Required to Drive Hammers of
  • Various Sizes, Wilfred Spencer, 119
  • Punching, Angle - cutting and Be Machine, Combined, F. Berrv and 691
  • Punching and Shearing Machine B.T.H. Motor, 96
  • Rail-planing Machine, 17ft., Smith Coventry, Limited, 665 ?
  • Sampierdarena Works, Machine Tools and Shops, Gio. Ansaldo e Co. (ii-vi, 'J'wenty- eight.page Supplement, May 3th, 1914)
  • Saw Mill, Log Band, T. Robinson and’Son. Limited, 381
  • Screwing Machines with Direct Electrical Drive, Joshua Heap and Co., 426
  • Stirk Lathes, Motor-driven, Electromotors Limited, 117
  • Typecasting Machinery at Lanston Works Redhill, 197, 228, 256
  • Vertical Boring, Turning and Drilling Machine, Geo. Richards and Co., 668
  • Vertical Boring and Turning Mill, J. Butler and Co., 273, 274 ; (Correction), 300
  • Vertical Drilling Machine, High-speed, W. Asquith, Limited, 620
  • Vickers Reversible Drive for Planing Machines, 406 ”
  • Wicksteed Power Hack Saw, Motor-driven, 452
  • McCANCE, A., on Theory of Hardening, 629 McElroy, J. M., on Passenge Transportation in Large Cities, 348, 370 ; (Letter), 620
  • Machinery, Breakdowns of, Michael Long- ridge, 183, 188
  • Machmery, Export Competition in, 240 Ma<minery, Transmission, Fencing and Safety -V4- for, W, Sydney Smith, 206
  • Macnab, W., on Explosives, 273
  • Manchester Engineers’ Club, 262 Manchester Exhibitions—see Exhibitions Manchester Hydraulic Power Supph-, 366 Manchester Main Drainage Works, 234 235 Manchester Traffic—see Passenger Transportation ‘?
  • Manganese—see Iron and Steel
  • Marconi on Wireless Telegraphy, 239 Marine Engines—see Engines
  • Martens System of Hardness Testing, 281 Measurmg and Testing Instruments, Callipers,
  • Gauges, Dividing Engine, &c., at Ansaldo’s Works (m, v, xiu, xv, Twenty.eight-page Supplement, May 3ih, 1914)
  • Mechanical Energy, Cost of, T. R. Wollaston, 180
  • Mechanical Energy, Sources of, E. G. Hiller, 119
  • Mechanical Engineering Aspects of Road Construction, Colonel Crompton, 66, 81, 109 ; (Letters), 63
  • Mechanical Filters at Cromer, Candy Filter Company, 246
  • Mechanical Filtration, A. J. Clark, 262
  • Mechanical Stokers, the Triumph, the Proctor, the Hodgkinson, 383
  • Mechanical Transport, Inspectors of, 481
  • Mercury Vapour, Power from, W. L. R. Emmet, 697
  • Mersey, Proposed Tunnel under, 44
  • Mesopotamia—see Euphrates
  • Metal Rods, Hollow, 478
  • Metal versus Wood—see Aeronautics
  • Metallurgy, A Chapter in, 351, 356
  • Metallurgy of Iron—see Iron and Steel Military Cars, Railway—see Railways Mill Engines—see Engines
  • Milling Machines—see Machine 1’ools
  • Milton, J. T., on Present Position of Diesel Engines for Marine Purposes, 395, 437
  • Mineral Statistics, 173
  • Miners—see Labour
  • Mining Exhibition in Manchester, 681, 698 Mississippi—see Electrical Matters
  • Modern Methods of Welding, T. T. Heaton, 232, 239, 247
  • Modem Tendencies in the Testing of Metals, Dr, W. Rosenhain, 309, 339
  • Modern Warships—see Ships
  • Monotype System—see Lanston
  • “ Moore ” By-product Recovery Gas Producer,^ Dowson and Mason Gas Plant Company, 296
  • Morewood, T. C., on Continuous Feeding Elevators, 120
  • Morley, T. B., on The Theory of the Explosion Gas Turbine, 337
  • Motor Tillage in France, 266

MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR MATTERS:

  • See also Anmuil Article
  • Bu tier’s Bridged Axle for Heavy Vehicles, 176 Butler’s Swivel Pin Lubrication System, 176 Char-tt-banc Chassis, 4-Ton, Petrol-electric, for Omnibus Work, W. A. Stevens, Limited, 162
  • Char-a-banc with Special Chassis, Walker Brothers, 152
  • Clayton and Co.’s 4|-Ton Petrol Wagon, 160
  • Commercial Motor Vehicle Exhibition at Manchester, 160, 176
  • Commercial Motor Vehicle, 2-Ton, Daimler Company, Limited, 76, 77
  • Device for Trueing up Motor Valves, Pearn, 52
  • Lorry Chassis, 2|—3-Ton, Austin Motor Company, Limited, 152
  • Modern Steam Wagon for Industrial Purposes, Plea for, W. M. F. R., 647
  • N. and B. Self-starter, 76
  • Noise of Motor Traffic, 169, 205, 230: (Letter), 299
  • Petrol Chassis, The Hallford 4-Ton, 177
  • Pitch Driving Chains, 176
  • Recent Developments in Commercial Motor Vehicles, T. Clarkson, 3G0
  • Steam Wagon, Alley and MacLellan, Limited, 150
  • Steam Wagon, 6-Ton, Yorkshire Commercial Motor Company, Limited, 150
  • Steam Wagons, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 150
  • Steam Wagons, Foden’s Limited, 161
  • Steam Wagons, R. Garrett and Sons, Limited 151
  • Stoneleigh 30-cwt. Chassis, 177
  • Wagons, Steam and Petrol, Leyland Motors, Limited, 151
  • War-office Motor Wagon Trials, 13
  • War Purposes, Motor Vehicles for, 534
  • Wheels, Cast Steel, and Rubber Tires, 177
  • MULLER Condensor, G8G
  • Mulier, F., on Development of Dry Cleaning in Blast Furnace Gas Purification, 560; (Correction), 604
  • NAVAL Matters— see Ships
  • New Year’s Honours, Engineers and the, 24
  • Noise of Motor Traffic, 1G9, 205, 230 ; (Letter), 299
  • Northampton Polytechnic Tests on Woods, P. W. Smith, 391

OBITUARY:

  • Butterfill, Henry Holt, 152
  • Coates, John, 208
  • Crush, William, 129
  • Gray, Robert Kaye, 51G
  • Gresham, James (Portrait), 75
  • JaconU^-Hood, John Wyehain (Portrait), 287
  • Kirkaldy, William George, 435 j (Correction), 468
  • Lyall, John, 435
  • Ree, Sir Frank, 208
  • Swan, Sir Joseph Wilson, 597
  • Turner, Frederick^ 12 *
  • Westinghouse, George (Portrait), 315
  • OHIO, Conservancy Law of, Kenneth C. Grant, 668
  • Oil Engines—see Engines
  • Oil Fuel for the Navy, 600
  • Oil Jetty and Storage Tanks at Hull Dock, 704
  • Oil, The Price of, 74 ; (Letters), IGO, 180
  • Oil, Scottish, and the Navy, 184
  • Open-hearth Refining—see Iron and Steel Oram, Sir Henrv. on The Failure of Condenser Tubes, 324, 331
  • Othegraven Bogie Suspension Link, 246
  • Our Mineral Statistics, 173
  • Owens, T. G., on Some Questions Relating to
  • PALAZZO
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PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH AND AMERICAN

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  • Battleship Design, 373, 384, 410, 623
  • 113, 139, 195, 441, 469, 498,
  • 31, 69, 86, 86, ,, 307,
  • 336, 336, 363, 389, 390, 415, 41 (i, 469,
  • 663, 691; 692, 719
  • Engines, Steam, 262, 278, 364, 389 654, 608, 636, 719
  • Gas Producers, 32, 140, 196, 390, 470 Hydraulics, 139, 167, 416, 497, 636
  • Lighting and Heating, 31, 86, 168, 252, 308, 364, 442, 664
  • Locomotives, 86, 167, 277, 390, 415, 607 Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 31, 60, 86, 114, 140, 168, 226, 278, 416, 441 470 498, 682, 608, 719
  • Measui-ing and Testing Instruments, 60, 140, 196, 226, 277, 390, 416, 441, 442, 469, 623,
  • 563, 582
  • Minesand Metals, 32, 168, 262, 308, 416, 442 470, 498, 608 • ’
  • Miscellaneous, 32, 60, 86, 114, 140, 168, 226, 262, 308, 364, 390, 442, 470, 624, 654, 608, 636, 664, 692, 720
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 196, 226, 278 307, 336, 363, 441, 524, 636, 692
  • Ordnance and Armour, 60, 335, 664, 720 Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 31, 114, 195, 196, 226, 277, 307, 336, 364, 390, 498, 624, 554, 682, 686, 692, 720
  • Rectifiers, 607
  • Ships and Boats, 196, 226, 278, 364, 416, 498, 564, 664, 692
  • Steam Generators, 167, 261, 262, 416, 442, 497, 623, 682, 607, 608, 636, 663, 691, 692
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 31, 113, 226, 261 , 389, 497, 663, 581, 635
  • Testing—see Measuring and Testing
  • Tramways and Railways, 60, 168, 195, 225, 336, 364, 390, 416, 470, 563, 582, 664
  • Transformers, 389, 441, 624
  • Transmission of Power 86, 114, 140 167 226, 252, 277, 278, 336, 441, 498, 553, dOI,’ 692
  • Turbine Machinery, 69, 86, 139, 225, 278, 308 335, 497, 564, 581, 691
  • Wireless Telegraphy, 60, 636, .663
  • PATENTS, Compulsory Working of, 127, 183 290 ; (Letters), 161, 180, 245, 269
  • Periodograph, Periodograph Company, 490 Perks, Sir R. W., on The Georgian Bay Shin Canal, 148 e 1
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 30, 68, 84, 112, 139, 166, 224, 250, 276, 306, 336, 362, 388, 414, 468, 497, 522, 662, 681, 604, 688, 718
  • Peru, Hydro-electric Engineering in Peru. W. T. Taylor, 68, 72
  • Poskett, L., on Design of Steamships from the Owner’s Point of View, 397
  • Petrol-electric Lighting Set, Two-cycle, Record Engineering Company, 130 ; (Letters), 161, 180
  • Petrol Engines—see Engines
  • Petrol Wagon—see Motor Vehicles
  • Plansifter, Free-swinging, Henry Simon. Limited, 301
  • Planing Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Port of Antwerp, 696
  • Port Arthur, Engine for—see Engines
  • Port and Starboard, 708
  • Portable Welding Outfit—see Welding
  • Power and Heat Costs in Chemical Works T. R Wollaston, 180
  • Power Stations—see Electrical Matters
  • Power Transmission by Ropes, Edwin Ken von 436, 692 ’
  • Precision Tachometer Set, Schaffer and Budenberg, 536
  • Price of Oil, 74 ; (Letters), 160, 180
  • Priority in Invention, 378
  • Producer Gas Plant at Valparaiso Electric Power Station, Ruston, Proctor and Co 399, 402
  • Producer, “Moore” By-product Recovery Gas, Dowson and Mason Gas Plant Company, 296
  • Producer, Suction Gas, and Engine for a Tin Dredger, Tangyes Limited, 186, 189
  • Producers, Stein Gas, at Ansaldo’s Works (xviii, Twenty-eight-page Supplement, May Stfi, 1914)
  • Propeller Experiments, Model, 47 ; (Letter), 133
  • Pulley Block, Electric, Vaughan and Son Limited. 435

PUMPS :

  • Air Pump, Jaeger Turbine, 408
  • Belt-driven Centrifugal Pump for Dealing with Semi-viscous Fluids, Mather and Platt, 698
  • Diesel Engine-driven Air Lift Pumping Plant, 287, 289 ; (Correction), 364
  • Five-stage Centrifugal Pump, Holden and Brooke, Limited, 30.0
  • Hull Dock Pumping Equipment, W. H. Allen, Son and Co., 701
  • Humphrey Pumps for the Egyptian Government, 682
  • “Jumper ” Pump Control Gear, Leeds Engineering and Hydraulic Company, Limited, 492
  • on Centrifugal Pumps, J. T. Rossiter, 637, 666
  • Portable Petrol-driven Pump, Merry weather and Sons, Limited, 462
  • Pumping Station, Air Lift, at Limpsfield, 287, 289
  • Rotary Pump, New Form, 617
  • Small Gear Pump, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 79
  • Thermofeed Differential Pump Governor, K. I’risb and Co., Umited, 131 ; (Letters), 189, 217, 245, 259, 299, 329
  • Turbine Pumps, Mather and Platt, 698
  • PUNCHING Machines—see Machine 'rools I’ush Button Control System, Jgranic Electric Company, 163
  • Push Button Controller, British Thomson- Houston Company, 179
  • Putiloff Works—see Works
  • RAIL Corrugations and its Causes, S. P. W. D'A. Sellon, 352
  • Rail Planing—see Matdiine Tools, 655
  • Rail Steels on Electric Railways, W, Willox, 248, 352
  • Rail Trade, International, 128
  • Rails, Continuous, 266

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: General:

  • See also Annual Article.
  • Alterations to Electric Railways, 486
  • Automatic Couplings for Narrow-gauge Railways, Fischer, 353, 482
  • Automatic Train Control System, Great Western Railway, 80
  • Bogie Suspension Link, L. Othegraven, 246
  • Canariiari Railway Commissioners’ Report, ?591
  • Continuous Rails, 266
  • Crossing for Buenos Aires Great Western Railway in Rolled Manganese Steel, Edgar Allen and Co., 78
  • Crossing, Large, in Manganese Steel for Electric Subway Lines in Buenos Aires, Hadfields, Limited, 480
  • Docks and Railway Nationalisation, 611 Dust on Underground Railways, 619 Famous Englisli Railway Administrators, 687
  • Foreign Competition in Railway Rolling Stock, 377
  • Hard Woods for the Construction of Railway Rolling Stock, Dr. Weiskopf, 616
  • International Rail Trade, 128 jjabour Questions—see Labour
  • Light Railways, 640
  • Lock for Sliding Doors of Railway Carriages, Gabriel and Co., 27
  • Prevention of Accidents to Railway Servants, 671 ; (Letter), 601
  • Rail Corrugation and its Causes, S. P. W. Sollon, 248, 362
  • Rail Steels for Electric Railways, W, Willox 248, 352
  • Railway Ac(;idents during 1913, 690
  • Railway Appointment, 212 ; (Letters), 217, 299
  • Railway Committee for Labour Questions, 383
  • Railway Electrification, 48
  • Railway Electrification in America, 614 Railwaymen—-see also Labour
  • Railway Servants, Accidents to, Inquiry, 646, 684
  • Railway Third-class Sleeping Cars, 161
  • Rotary Snow Plough for Lotschberg Railway, Henschel and Son, 460
  • Royal Commission on Railway.s, 102,105, 192, 233, 272, 300, 330, 347, 480, 518, 545, 676, 670
  • Signalling School, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 42, 46
  • Split-phase System, E. F. W. Alexanderson, 570, 613
  • Tools for Railway Work—see Machine Tools
  • Train Ferry, Motor-driven, for San Francisco, 494
  • Train Lighting Batteries, Chloride Electrical Power Storage Company, 320 ; (Correction), 362
  • Train Lighting Systems, T. Ferguson (Brown- Boven, Dalziel, Leeds Forge, Mather and Platt, 'fudor), 220
  • Viaducts, Calfreis, Grundje-Tob(U, and Langwies, on the Coire-Arosa Railway, 478, 484
  • Wireless Telegraphy on Trains, 380

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: British, Colonial and Indian:

  • Aviemore, Highland Railway, Accident near Car Bridge, 704
  • Great Central and Hull and Barnsley Companies’ New Yorkshire Railway, 327
  • Great Eastern Railway Appointment, 212 ; (Letters), 217, 299
  • Great Indian Peninsular Railway, Military Cars for, 630
  • Great Western Railway Accident at Reading Station, 704
  • Great Western Railway Automatic Train Control System, 80
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Signalling School, 42, 46
  • Nanking City Railway, 611
  • North British Railway Accident at Burntisland, 423, 460
  • North-Eastern and Hull and at Hull, Railways’ Joint Dock 674, 678, 701
  • North-Eastern Railway Docks, 491
  • North-Eastern Railway Station Viaduct Barnsley 122, 123,
  • at Tyne
  • over th©
  • Tees, Reconstruction, 356
  • South - Eastern and Chatham Accident at Waterloo Junction, 40
  • South Yorkshire, New Railway in, 327

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: Foreign:

  • Buenos Aires Electric Subway Crossing in Manganese Steck 489
  • Buenos Aires Great Western Railway Double Scissors Crossing in Manganese Steel, E, Allen and Co., 78
  • Railway,
  • Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railway, Electrification, 445
  • Canton-Kowloon Railway, 443
  • China, Railways in, 443, 501, 664, fill, 660
  • Coire-Arosa Railway, 478, 484
  • Purka Railway, Switzerland, 694, 706
  • Giovi Line, Electrification of, 16, 26
  • Italian State Railways, 157
  • Kiangsu Railway, 501
  • Lotschberg Railway, Rotary Snow Plough, Henschel and Son, 460
  • New York, New Haven and Hartford Railway Conversion to Single-phase Working, 460, 486, 488
  • Paris Metropolitan Catastrophe, 707
  • Practical Results of Railway Electrification in Italy. 89, 116, 143, 174
  • Railway Electrification in America,
  • Second Simplon Tunnel, 172, 592 Shanghai-Nanking Railway, 564
  • Single - phase Railway in the PjTenees, 642, 670
  • Tientsin-Pukow Railway, fill, 666
  • Upper Rhine, Electric Railway in 668

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: General:

  • See also Annual Article
  • Control Systems for Single-phase motives, F. Lydall, 352
  • Dynamometer Tests, London and North- Western Railway, 148, 149, 185 ; (Letters), 245, 259, 329, 357
  • Early Locomotives in America, COO
  • Locomotive Erection at Ansaldo’s Works (viii-x, Twenty-eight-page Supplement^ May ^th, 1914)
  • Locomotive Wheel-quartering Machine driven by Two Motors, Cunliffe and Croom, 262
  • Lubricator, Mechanical, for Locomotives,
  • C. C. Wakefield and Co., 712
  • “ Mestre ” Superheater for Tank Engine, 518, 619
  • Schmidt’s Steam Circulating System for Locomotive Superheater, 54
  • Superheating Steam in Locomotives, Henry Fowler, 66, 95, 127 ; (Letter), IGl

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: British, Colonial and Indian :

  • British Locomotive Builders and the European Trade, E. L. Ahrons, 40
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, “Baltic” Type Tank Engine, 646; (Letter), 648
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway “ Mogul ” Locomotive, 120, 126 ; (Correction), 153 {Two-page Supplement, January 3^th, 1914)
  • London and North-Western Locomotive, “ Sir Gilbert Claughton ” Class, Dynamometer Tests, 148, 149, 186 ; (lietters), 246, 259, 329
  • London and South-Western Railway Mixed Traffic Locomotive and Tender, 18, 106, 634, 535 {Two-page Supplement, May Xbth, 1914)
  • London, Tilbury and Southend (Midland) Railway, Six-coupled Tank Engine, 19 {Supplement, January 2nd, 1914)
  • Midland—see London, Tilbury and Somerset and Dorset Engines
  • Somerset and Dorset Joint Kailway Eight- coupled Goods Locomotive, 448, 466^
  • Tasmanian Government Railways, Superheater Locomotive with Schmidt’s Circulating System, 54
  • Welsh Railways, German Locomotives for, 658

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: Foreign 5

  • Chemin de Fer de I’Est Mineral Tank Ten-coupled Locomotives with “ Mestre ” Superheater, 618, 519
  • Early Locomotives in America, 600
  • Electric locomotives. Direct-current, for the Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railway, 446
  • Recent French Locomotive Performances, J. T. Burton-Alexander, 693
  • Rhaetian Railway Single-phase Locomotives, A.E.G. Company, 246
  • Snow Plough, Rotary, for the Lotschborg Railway, Henschel and Son, 460
  • Sulzer Diesel Locomotive, Hessian-Prussian State Railways, 19 {Supplement, January 2nd, 1914)
  • RAND—see Water Supply
  • Rangoon, River Training Wall at. 683, 594
  • Read, Professor A. A., Professor 0. O. Arnold and, on Chemical and Mechanical Relations of Iron, &c., 361, 366
  • Read, Professor A. A., and Mr. R. H. Greaves, on Copper-Aluminium Alloys, <fec., 342 Recovery of Damages—see Labour Reinforced Concrete—see Concrete
  • Rennie, D. W., on The Heat Analysis of an Oil-fired Water-tube Boiler, 472, 499
  • Richardson, J., on High-power Diesel Engines for Marine Service, 662, 659
  • River Training Wall at Rangoon, 583, 594
  • Road Construction, Mechanical Engineering Aspects of, Colonel R. E. B. Crompton, 66, 81, 109; (Letters), 63
  • Road Mending, 405
  • Rock Drills, Compressed Air, 172
  • Rods, Hollow Metal, 478
  • Roller Metal Mixer for Steel Works, Berhn- AnhaJt Company, 591
  • Rolling Miljs, Application of Electrical Driving to Existing, L. Rothersc, 474, 485, 493
  • Rope Conveyors—see Conveyors
  • Ropes for Power Transmission, Edwin Kenyon, 436, 592
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W.. on Modern Tendencies in the Testing of Metals, 309, 339
  • Rossiter, J. T., Notes on Centrifugal Pumps, 637, 666
  • Rotary Pump—see Pumps
  • Royal Commission on Railways—see Railways Royal Prussian Laboratory, Work of the, 123 Royal Society’s Conversazione Exhibits, 641, 680
  • Rudder Forces and Steering Qualities, 430
  • Rudloif, Geh. Professor J., on Guns and Armour, 612
  • SAFETY of Life at Sea, 94, 199, 211
  • Salt Field, A New, in North Cheshire, 62 Sampierdarena—see Works, Gio. Ansaldo San Francisco—see Exhibitions
  • Sanitary Engineering—see also Annual Article Saver Clutch, 383
  • Saws—see Machine Tools
  • Schilowsky Gyroscopic Monorail System, 106 ; (Letter), 299
  • School for Signalling, L. and Y. Railway, 42, 46
  • Schuster, Dr. F., on the Talbot Process in Comparison with other Open-hearth Refining Processes, 527
  • Science and the State, 651
  • Scott, Adam, on New Harbour Works and Dockyard at Gibraltar, 191
  • Scottish Oil and the Navy, 184
  • Screwing Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Sea Transport, Economics of. Professor Sir J. H. Biles and Lord Pirrie, 51, 74
  • Sellon, S. P. W., on Rail Corrugation and its Causes, 248, 352
  • Separator, Diamond Blower Company, Limited, 546
  • Sestri Ponente—see Works, Gio. Ansaldo Sewage Disposal Problem, Dr. G. Fowler, 272 Sewage Disposal Problems, 403
  • Sewage Disposal Works at Broxburn, (544, (560
  • Sewage Filter Beds, Electric Control Gear, Igrapic Electric Company, 646
  • Shearing Machines—see Machine Tools

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: General:

  • See also Marine Engineering in Annual Article
  • Classification of Merchant Shipping, Watt Anniversary (jccture for 1914, the Late Dr. S. J. P. Thearle, 108
  • Clyde Control, 595
  • Coming Decline in the Shipbuilding Trade, 569 Compound Propellers, 623
  • Control of Marine Turbines from the Navigating Bridge, 573
  • Economics of Sea Transport, Professor Sir J. H. Biles and Lord Pirrie, 51, 74
  • Ejectair Breguet, 616
  • Experimental Bulkhead Tank, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 426
  • Freeboard by Formula, A. A, Liddell, 279 Launching System at Sestri Ponente, Ansaldo’s Works (xxiii, xxv. Twenty- eight-page Supplement, May 3th, 1914)
  • Life-saving Appliances, Sir J. H. Biles, 283 Lloyd’s Register, New Appointments at, 80 Lloyd’s Register Shipbuilding Returns, 426 Model Propeller Experiments, 47 ; (Letter), 133
  • Port and Starboard, 708
  • Present Position of Diesel Engines for Marine Purposes, J. T. Milton, 395, 437
  • Presentation to Captain of Volturno, Mr. Marconion Wireless Telegraphy, 239
  • Progressive Trials of Ships, 101
  • Resistance of Mercantile Ship Forms, Model Experiments on, G. S. Baker, 374
  • Rudder Forces and Steering Qualities, 430 Safe Stability and Economical Use of Water Ballast in Ships, A. T. Wall, 398
  • Safety of Life at Sea, 94, 199, 211 Seaplane, Submarine and Ship, 644
  • Ship Dimensions and Harbour Depths, Professor Sir J. H. Biles and Lord Pirrie, 51,74 Ships and Lifeboats, 211, 239—see also International Conference
  • Shipbuilding in 1913, 159
  • Stability of Ships in Damaged Conditions, P. Y. Brimblecombe, 398
  • Stability of Ships’ Lifeboats, 283 Steamships from the Owner’s Point of View, Design of, L. Peskett, 397
  • Sub-division of Ships, 614
  • Superheaters and Superheatfid Steam in Mercantile Steamers, Harry Gray, 396, 603 Tank, Experimental Bulkhead, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 426
  • Transmission of Power by Ropes, Edwin Kenyon, 436
  • Turbine, Geared, for Driving Electric Plant, C. A. Parsons and Co., 432 {Two-page Supplement, April 11 th, 1914)
  • Typical Ships. 366, 376 {Two-page Supplement, April 3rd, 1'914)
  • Unsinkable Ship, G. W. Dickie, 163
  • Value and Cost in Power of Bilge Keels, 156 Velocity of Roll, Measurement of, H. E.
  • Winiperis, 399
  • Wake and Thrust Deduction, Further Experiments upon, W. J. Luke, 374, 623

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: British Navy:

  • British Battleship Production in 1913, 10
  • Laverock, H.M. Torpedo-boat Destroyer,
  • Aground, 286,. 293
  • Recent British Torpedo-boat Destroyer Construction, 33
  • Submarine A 7, Loss of, 102

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Naval Matters:

  • Anteo, Submarine Salvage Vessel, A. F. Sinuiders, 208, 210
  • British Battleship Production in 1913, 10
  • Fleets of Great Britain and Foreign Countries, 294
  • Italian Six-inch Gun Shields, Trials of, 602 Naval Gunnery, Developments in, 696 Naval and Military Aeroplane Engine Competition, 462
  • Navy Estimates, 323, 328
  • Oil Fuel for the Navy, 600
  • Protection of Battleships during Darkness, 511
  • Questions Relating to Battleship Design, T. G. Owens, 373, 384, 410, 623
  • Scottish Oil and the Navy, 184
  • Shooting in the Navy, 573
  • Skelmorlie Measured Mile, 293 Supplementary Naval Estimates, 266
  • Warship Construction in 1913, 90, 147, 204 ; (Corrections), 133, 299
  • Warship Types of the Near Future, 378
  • Warships and (heir Equipment at Ansaldo’s Works (vi, vii, xvii, xxv-xxvii. Twenty- eight-page Supplement, May 3lk, 1914) {Three Two-page Supplements)
  • French Destroyers Bisson and Renaudin, 615 {Two-pa^e Supplement, June ruh, 1914)
  • German Battle-cruisers Gooben and Seidlitz, 221 {Four-page Supplement, February 21th, 1914)
  • German Battleships Friedrich dor Grosw', Helgoland, Kaiser, Ost Friesland, Posen, Prinz Regent Luitpold, 227 {Four-page Supplement, February 21th, 1914)
  • German Cruisers Breslau and Strassbnrg, 221 {Four-page Supplement, February 21 th 1914) ’
  • German Dreadnought Kronprinz, Fried- Krupp, 328
  • Italian Battleship Giulio Cesare (vi, xvi, Twenty-eight-page Supplcinent and Turn- 'P<^e Supplement, May ^th, 1914)
  • Italian Gun Shields—see Naval Matters Italian Submarine Salvage Vessel AnUo, A. F. Smulders, 208, 210
  • Modem German Warship Design, 227 {Four-page Supplement, February 21th, 1914)
  • Defence Battleship Nidaros
  • Russian Naval Expansion, 680
  • Spanish Battleship Jaime J., Test of Armour Plate for, 320
  • United States Navy, 26

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels:

  • Aerial-propelled Screw Tug, J. Pollock, Sons and Co., 608
  • Aqxiitania, Cunard Liner, 21, 587, 622, 630 {Supplement, January 2nd, 1914)
  • Ship, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Limited, 598, 683 684 *
  • Customs Cruiser for Canada, 98 Dunedin, Twin-screw • Tug and Salvace Steamer, Stevenson and Cook, 217 Empress of Ireland, 623
  • Fionia, Diesel Motor Ship, Burmeister and Wain, 50
  • Geared Turbine Steamship, Ciudad de Buenos Aires, 602
  • Hamburg-Amerika Liner Vaterland, 572
  • Jules Henry, Conversion from Sailing Ship to Motor Ship, 400 ; (Letter), 463
  • Mersey Bar Lightship Alarm, Lieutenant J. W. Gracey, 367
  • Missanabie, Twin-screw Steamer, Barclav Curie and Co., 701
  • Motor Lifeboats for Atlantic Liners, Mac- Laren Brothers, Limited, 460
  • Peninsular and Oriental Liner Karmala, 328 Oriental Steamship Khiva, 79, 366, 376 {Two-page Supplement, April ord, 1914)
  • Scout, Motor Ship, Burning of, 639
  • Sebastian, Motor Tank Ship, Caledon Ship- building Company, 264, 268; (Letter),
  • Seh-trimming CoUier Datetree, Antwerp Engmeering Company, 626
  • Shar^ock IV., America Cup Challenger, 601 South Anaerican Liner Cap Trafalgar, 312 Steam Shipping on Lake Constance, 641 Triple-screw Passenger Steamer Orduna Harland and Wolff, Limited, 162
  • Triple-screw Steamer Euripides, 647
  • White Star Liner Britannic, 121, 238, 240 257 Yacht’s Tug and Water Boat Sea Queen, W. J. Yarwood and Sons, 13
  • SHIPBUILDING Yard at Esquimalt, Vancouver, Yarrow and Co., 131
  • Ship Dimensions and Harbour Depths, 51, 74
  • Shipyard Extensions at Hebburn-on-Tyne R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., 14
  • Shi]>yard at Sestri Ponente, Gib. Ansaldo e Co. '?^'^^‘^l^'^igkt-page Supplemetd, May 3th, IQ14.)
  • Shows—see Exhibitions
  • Shrinking Furnace and Pit for Big Guns at Ansaldo’s Works (x-xii, Twenty-eight-paqe Supplement, May 3th, 1914)
  • Power Plant at Cairo,
  • Signalling—see Railways
  • Simplon Tunnel—see Railways
  • Skelmorlio Measured Mile, 293
  • Smith, Harvey, on Telephone Engineering Economics, 288 '
  • Siuith, P. W., on Compression Tests on Woods, oU 1
  • Smith, W. Sydney, Report on Fencing and Safety Precautions for Transmission Machmery, 206
  • Smoke and Noxious Vapours, 666
  • Son^ Aspects of Engineering Interests in Brazil By a Resident A.M. Inst. C.E., 34, 61
  • Sources of Mechanical Energy, E. G. Hiller 119 Southall, A New Canal at, 219 j Southend—see Boilers
  • Southern Alberta, Irrigation of, 170, 182
  • Southwark Bridge—see Bridges
  • SpM Gears, New System of Graphs, Mark I 6v2
  • stability of Ships—see Ships
  • Steam Engines—see Engines
  • Steam Pipes, Elasticity and Endurance of. C. E. Stromeyer, 397, 403
  • Steam Superheating—see Superheating
  • Steam Users’ Appliances, Steam Traps, Dryers, Pistons, Packing, &c., at Manchester Mming Exhibition, 699
  • Steam Wagons—see Motor Vehicles
  • Steel—see Iron and Steel Chain Grate, Ed. Bennis and Co., 699
  • Strength of Stayed Flat Plates. C. E. Stromeyer, 302 *
  • Strikes—see Labour
  • Stromeyer, C. E., on Elasticity and Endurance of Steam Pipes, 397, 403
  • The Strength of Stayed Flat Plates, 302 Stuttgart Laboratories, 641 Suction Gas Engines—see Engines Suction Gas Plant at Electric Power Station at
  • Valparaiso, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 339,
  • Suction Gas Producers—see also Producers nun Power Plant at Cairo, F. Shuman, 330 Superheater, .l/M-..mo(iv,t, Schmidt’s Steam t-irculatmg System, 64
  • Superheater, “Mestre” Locomotive, 618, 691
  • Superheaters and Superheated Steam in Mer- | cantile Steamers, H. Gray, 396 i
  • Superheating Steam in Locomotives, Henry | Fowler, 66, 95, 127 ; (Letter), 161 I
  • Surface Combustion Process, Bonecourt, 525, ' 667, 685 ; (Letters), 601, 648, 686, 713 Suyehiro, Dr., Torsionmeter, 397 Switches—see Electrical Matters
  • TACHOMETER, Set, Schaffer and Budenberg, , 53(> I
  • Taylor, W. T., on Hydro-electric Engineering j in Peru, 68, 72
  • Tees Viaduct, Reconstruction of, North-Eastern , Railway Company, 366
  • Telephone Engineering Economics, Harvey Smith, 288
  • Telephone System, The Betulander Automatic, 214
  • Telephones, Automatic and Electric Clocks at King’s College Hospital, 243
  • Test of 10in. Armour Plate for Spanish Battleship Jaime I., Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 320
  • Testing Association, International, 28 Testing. Hardness, Geheimrat Martens, 281 'resting Machine for Wood, Wicksteed Vertical
  • Single Lever, 391 1
  • Testing of Metals, Modern Tendencies in the. Dr. W. Rosenhain, 309, 339
  • Textile Machinery Exhibits at Manchester, 383 'riiearle. The Late Dr. S. J. P., on the Classification of Merchant Shipping, Watt Anniversary Lecture for 1914, 108
  • Thermal Treatment Department at Ansaldo’s Works (xx-xxiii, Tzoenty-eight-page Supplement, May ^th, 1914)
  • Thermofeed Differential Pump Governor, R. Trist and Co., Limited, 131 ; (Letters), 180, 217, 245, 259, 299, 329
  • Thermometers, Pyrometers, &c., at Manchester Mining Exhibition, 700
  • Tillage, Motor, in France, 266
  • Tin Dredger for Siam, Lobnitz and Co., 186, 189 {Two-page Supplement, February l^th, 1914)
  • Tookey, W. A., on Commercial Tests of Interna Combustion Engines, 104, 134
  • Torpedo Boats—see Ships 'Porsionmeter, Dr. Suyehiro, 397 Torsionmeters for Turbines, Denny-Edgecombe, 408
  • Trade Names, 624
  • Trade, The Year’s Export, 79
  • Trade Unions—see Labour
  • Traffic Problem, London, 73
  • Trains—see Railways
  • Tramways and Railless Electric Traction, Comparative Economics of, T. G. Gribble, 360 ’ '
  • Transmission of Power by Chains, H. T. Hildage, 96
  • Transmission of Power by Ropes, E. Kenyon, j ’’ I 436, 692
  • Transportation of Mails, Electric Carrier for, Electric Carrier Company, 162 j
  • Transportation, Passenger, in Large Cities, | J J. M. McElroy, 348, 370 ; (Letter), 520 j
  • Tugs—see Ships
  • Tunnel under the Mersey, Proposed, 44
  • Tunnels—see also Railways Turbine Air Pump, Jaeger, 408 Turbine, 25,000-Kilowatt, C. A. Parsons and Co., 9
  •  ; Turbine, The Explosion Gas, Theory of, T. B. Morley, 337
  • Turbine of the French Destroyer Renaudin, 616 {Two-page Supplement, June 5th, 1914)
  • Turbine, A Low Head Water, J. J. Armfield and Co., 644
  • Turbine, 10,000 H.P., for Power Plant on the Mississippi, 632
  • Turbine Torsionmeters, Denny-Edgecombe, 408
  • Turbine, Water, Governor, P. Pitman, 407
  • Turbines, Marine, Control of, from the Navi- | gating Bridge, 573
  • Turbines for War Vessels at Gio. Ansaldo’s Works (iv-vi, viii, Twenty-eight-page Supplement, May ^th, 1914)
  • Turbo-fan for Forced Draught, Yarrow and Co., Limited, 207 ; (Correction), 304 Turbo-generators—see Electrical Matters Turnery at Ansaldo’s Works (ix, x, Twenty- eight-page Supplement, May Sth, 1914) i Tyne, Riverside Station on the, 491 j
  • Typemaking Machinery at Lanston, 197, 228, I 255
  • UNSINKABLE Ship—Ships
  • VACUUM Flask, The Coming of Age of the, Sir James Dewar, 124
  • Valparaiso, Suction Gas Plant at Electric Power Station, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 399, 402
  • Value and Cost in Power of Bilge Keels, 156
  • Valve, Automatic Drain, for Steam Cylinders, Sir W. H. Bailey and Co., Limited, 301
  • Valve Leakage, H. Bollincki, 208
  • Valve, Tambourin’s Central Exhaust, 547
  • Valves, Motor—see Motor Vehicles
  • Vanadium in Brass Containing 60-60 per cent, of Copper, Effect of, R. J. Dunn and 0. F. Hudson, 342
  • Vancouver, British Shipbuilding Yard in, ' Yarrow and Co., 131
  • Viaducts—see Railways
  • Vibrator, Dr. Gisbert Kapp, 347
  • Vignoles, W. A., on Commercial Development of Electricity Towns, 673
  • WAGON, Modern Steam for Industrial Purposes, A Plea for, W. M. F. R., 647 1
  • Wagons—see also Motor Vehicles |
  • Wagons, Special, for Woolwich Royal Arsenal, i 617, 618
  • Wake and Thrust—see Ships
  • Wall, A. T., on Safe Stability and Economical Use of Water Ballast in Ships, 398

WAR MATERIAL AND WAR MATTERS:

  • Aeroplanes—see Aeronautics
  • Armament Firms and Foreign Business, 165
  • Guns and Armour, Geh. Professor J. Rudloff, 612
  • Guns and Gunmaking, Armour Plate and ; Projectiles at Ansaldo’s Works (x-xiv, ' XX, xxii, xxiii, Twenty-eight-page Supplement^ and Four-page Supplement^ May Sth, \ 1914)
  • Italian 6in. Gun Shields, Trials of, 602
  • Motor Vehicles for War Purposes, 634
  • War-office Motor Wagon Trials, 13
  • Warship—see Ships
  • WATER Cooling and Water Softening in Textile Factories, 383
  • Water Softening Plant at Hooton, Cheshire, Permutit System, 664
  • Water Softening Process, Lime-Soda-Permutit, United Water Softeners, Limited, 368 ; (Letter), 685

WATER SUPPLY:

  • See also Annual Article
  • Artesian Water Supply of Australia, 63
  • Buenos Aires Water Supply, 290
  • Gaya Waterworks, 393
  • Glasgow Water Supply, 670
  • Limpsfield AA^aterworks, 287, 289 ; (Correction), 364
  • Liverpool AA^ater Supply, 714
  • London Fires and the Water Supply, 208, 212
  • Mechanical Filters at Cromer, Candy Filter Company, 246
  • Mechanical Filtration, A. J. Clark, 262
  • Rand Waterworks Extension, 24
  • WATER Turbine Governor, P. Pitman, 407
  • Water Turbine, A Low Head, J. J. Armfield and Co., 644
  • Watt Anniversary Lecture for 1914, Classification of Merchant Shipping, The Late Dr. S. J. P. Thearle, 108
  • Wear of Steel Rails, William Willox, 248, 362
  • Welding Outfit, Portable Acetylene, Acetylene Illuminating Company, 301
  • Welding, Some Modern Methods; T. T. Heaton, 232, 239, 247
  • Whiting, W. R. G., on the Foster Strain Meter and some Data obtained Therewith, 397
  • Wilkinson’s Monument, John, 592
  • Willox, W., on Rail Steels for Electric Railways, 248, 362
  • Wimperis Roll-velocity Meter, 399
  • Winch for Tin Dredger, 186
  • Wireless Telegraphy, H. Fothergill, 628
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Mr. Marconi on, 239
  • Wireless Telegraphy Research Committee, Suggested, 661, 665
  • Wireless Telegraphy on Trains, 380
  • Wollaston, T. R., on Power and Heat Costs in Chemical Works, 180
  • Woods, Compression Tests on, P. W. Smith, 391
  • Woods, Hard, for the Construction of Railway Rolling Stock, Dr. Weiskopf, 616
  • Woolwich Royal Arsenal, Special Wagons for, 617, 618

WORKS:

  • Gio. Ansaldo e Co. {Twenty-eight-page Supplement, and Six Two-page Supplements. May Sth, 1914),
  • Cement Works near Ipswich, Mason’s Cement Company, 310, 322 {Two-page Coloured Supplement, March 2i}th, 1914)
  • Lanston Monotype Corporation Works, 197, 228, 265-
  • Putiloff Works at St. Petersburgh, 165, 197
  • Ward, H. W., and Co.’s Works at Bourn- brook, Birmingham, 400
  • Yarrow’s Shipbuilding Yard at EsquimaJt, Vancouver, 131
  • WORKSHOPS, Electric Driving in, 96, 117 , 146, 178, 201, 260, 284, 292, 340, 406, 424, 460, 606
  • Worm Gearing : Its Manufacture, F. J. Bostock, 461
  • X-RAY Tube, Dr. W. D. Coolidge, 680
  • YACHTS—see Ships
  • Yauli River Hydro-electric Power Plant, W. T. Taylor. 68. 72
  • ZEPPELIN Airships— see Aeronautics

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