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The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.

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A

  • ACCIDENTS in Mines and Quarries, Increase, 163
  • Accidents in the United Kingdom, Reduction in Number, 383
  • Acetic Acid from Cocoanut Shells, 471
  • Acetic Acid Production from Bagasse, Sugar Factories’ Potentialities, 273

AERONAUTICS:

  • - Aero Engines, More than Forty Different Types Now being Manufactured in United Kingdom, 97
  • - Aero Engines, Types in Most General Use, 253
  • - Aircraft Construction Asked for in Ireland, but Negatived, 141
  • - Aircraft Factory in Ireland, 31
  • - Crossing the Sahara by Aeroplane, 361
  • - Electrically-heated Clothes for Airmen, 73
  • - French Government Aerial Postal Service, 361
  • - German Airships, Aluminium Alloy Used in, 253
  • - Gotha Aeroplane, Particulars of Weight, Rising and Carrying Powers, 295
  • - Landings by Aeroplanes in Small Patches of Level Ground, 53
  • - Liberty Motors, Great Success, 253
  • - Materials Used in Building a Simple Type of Aeroplane, 361
  • - Overhead Valve Aero Engines, 491
  • - Propeller Manufacture, in Germany, Satisfactory ; Useof Cheaper Woods Laminated Together, 73
  • - Shop, Aeroplane, in America, a Quarter of a Mile in Length, 73
  • - Sound Audibility at Various Balloon Heights, 163
  • - Tension of Aeroplane Guys, 152
  • - Wilbur Wright Memorial Lecture, Outstanding Problems in Aeronautics, Dr. W. F. Durand, 480
  • - World's Flying Height Record Made by Italian, 97
  • AGRICULTURAL Implements and Machines, Exports from the United States, 231
  • Agricultural Work, Statistics of Horses and Tractors Employed, 273
  • Agriculture, Tropical, Aeration and Irrigation, 491
  • Air Compressor, Two-stage Steam-driven Volumetric Efficiency, 557
  • Air Compressors and Ammonia Compressors Driven by Synchronous Motors, 361
  • Air-lift Pump Efficiency ; Increase in Proportion to Heat of Liquid Pumped, 31
  • Air-lift Pump, Novel Application of, 449
  • Air-lift- Pumping and Submergence Conditions, 427
  • Air and Similar Gaseous Pressures, Unit for Measurement, 339
  • Air Supply, Minimum, for Divers, 535
  • Alcohol from Garbage, 30
  • Alloy, American, as a Substitute for German Silver, 317
  • Alloys, Iron, in Acid Manufacture, Ferrochrome and Silicon Iron, 31
  • Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys Plated with Nickel, Copper, andc., 541
  • Aluminium Alloyed with Calcium, Superior Metal Results, 427
  • Aluminium Company’s Endeavour to Get Water Supply from Loch Treig, 31
  • Aluminium, Electrolytic, Production of the World, 471
  • Aluminium Industry Development Since Outbreak of War, 557
  • Aluminium Scrap, Fluxes for Melting, 119
  • Ambulance Fund, Captain Dennis Bayley, 330
  • American Motor Car, Projected Year’s Production of One Type, 339
  • American Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, New York Meeting, 434
  • Ammonia Production in Germany by Synthetic Process, 53
  • Aniline Colours, Exports from the United States Double the Pre-war Value, 73
  • Antimony from China; Trade in Japanese Hands, 207
  • Antimony, Use of, in Ammunition Manufacture, 361
  • Architects for Workmen’s Cottages ; Government’s Scanty Pay for Designs, 9
  • Area and Rainfall, Comparison between Ireland, Scotland and Wales, 449
  • Argentine, Potential Wealth Due to Climate and Minerals, 185
  • Arsenal, Projected, at the United States Military Base in France, 53
  • Asbestos Deposits of Rhodesia, Development, 163
  • Asbestos Output of the United States, 141

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES :

  • - ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERING AND SHIPBUILDING DRAUGHTSMEN :
  • - MERSEYSIDE BRANCH :
  • -- Meeting, 109
  • - ASSOCIATION, INCORPORATED MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL :
  • -- Future of Electric Power Supply, S. J. Watson, 193
  • - ASSOCIATION, SCOTTISH ENGINEERING, SHIPBUILDING AND METALLURGICAL RESEARCH:
  • -- Formation, 72
  • - INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY :
  • -- Annual Meeting, 242
  • - INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • -- Annual and Autumn Meetings, 127
  • - INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • -- Annual Autumn Meeting, 546
  • -- Annual General Meeting and Programme, 105, 193
  • -- Formation of Diamonds, The Hon. Sir C. Parsons, 328
  • - INSTITUTE, NORTH OF ENGLAND, OF MINING AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Ambulance Fund. Captain Dennis Bayley, 330
  • - INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • -- Examination into Causes of Failure of Lorrv Parts on War Service, Lieut.-Col. R. K. Bagnall-Wild, 418
  • -- Meeting; Awards for Papers, 176
  • -- Tank Engines, Geo. W. Watson, 418

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • - INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS (continued) :
  • -- Utilisation of the Data of the Automobile Industry through Bureaux of Information, E. A. Savage, 176
  • - INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Advantage of Vertical Gas Retort, Alwyne Meade, 295
  • -- Gas Manufacture as Costly Now as Thirty Years Ago, Alwyne Meade, 231
  • - INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Election of New Members of Council, 466
  • -- Gas-firing Boilers, T. M. Hunter, 181
  • -- Overseas Distribution of Engineering Appliances, L. Andrews, 317
  • -- Wiring Rules Committee, Recommendation of, 317
  • - INSTITUTION, JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERS :
  • -- Gustave Canet Lecture on the Stokes Gun, Sir W. Stokes, 427, 513, 568
  • - INSTITUTION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS :
  • - LEEDS AND NORTH OF ENGLAND CENTRE:
  • -- Formation and Appointment of Officials, 383
  • - INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Employment of Women in Munition Factories, Miss Monkhouse, 361
  • -- Sir Robert Hadfield’s Prize for Hardness of Metals Determination Method, 339
  • -- War Work of Women on Munition Production in Engineering Shops, B. H. Morgan, 361
  • - INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • -- Annual Meetings, 62
  • - INSTITUTION OF PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGISTS:
  • -- A New British Oil Industry, Joint Paper, 141
  • - INSTITUTION, ROYAL :
  • -- Annual Meeting ; Report ; Election of Officers and Members, 418
  • -- Davy Faraday Research Laboratory, Large Endowment Fund Paid, 130
  • -- General Meeting ; Elections, ando., 499
  • -- Internal Ballistics, Lieut.-Col. A. G. Hadcock, 455
  • -- Lectures after Easter, 284
  • -- Poetry and Modern Life, Lawrence Binyon, 455
  • -- Romance of Petroleum, Sir Boverton Redwood, 455
  • - SOCIETY, CHEMICAL :
  • -- Mr. J. S. S. Brainc on Action on Lead of Green Oak, Mortars and Concrete, 383
  • - SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :
  • - CRYSTAL PALACE ENGINEERING SOCIETY :
  • -- Papers and Awards, 352
  • - SOCIETY, OPTICAL :
  • -- Cementing Optical Parts, Use of Canada Balsam, J. W. French, 361
  • -- Spherometer of Precision, Mr. J. Guild’s Design, 53

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • - SOCIETY, RONTGEN :
  • -- Silvanus Thompson Memorial Lecture, Professor Sir E. Rutherford, 239
  • - SOCIETY, ROYAL, OF ARTS :
  • -- Silver Medal Awards for Papers, 557
  • -- Tata Iron and Steel Works, H. M. Surtees Tuckwell, 163
  • - SOCIETY, ROYAL METEOROLOGICAL :
  • -- Audibility of Gunfire on the Continent. Mr. Miller Christy, 557
  • -- Measurement of Atmospheric Pollution Dr. J. S. Owens, 280
  • -- Summer Thunderstorms, Conditions Precedent to Occurrence, J. Fairgrieve, 347
  • -- Variations of Underground Water Level Near a Tidal Tiver, E. G. Bilham, 347
  • ATMOSPHERIC Nitrogen for Munitions and Fertilisers ; Water-Power Plant in Alabama, 231
  • Australia, Losses by Strikes in 1917, 449

B

  • BALSA, New Wood, Its Properties, 197
  • Banks in Norway, New Temporary Law, 339
  • Bauxite Discoveries in British Guiana, British Government to Retain First Call, 53
  • Bearing Metal, Alloy Patented in America, 339
  • Belgium, Economical Reconstruction of, 395
  • Bevel Gearing, Supposed Inventor and Date, 295
  • Board of Education Examinations in Science and Technology to be Discontinued, 119
  • Boiler Efficiency and Velocity, T. M. Hunter, 181
  • Boiler Explosions in United Kingdom and United States, Comparison, 534
  • Boiler Heating with Stripped Coal, 31
  • Boiler Heating Surface, Loss of Heat Conductivity Due to Soot, 339
  • Boy Artificers for the Royal Navy,. Nominations, 557
  • Boy Welfare in the B.S.A. Works, 130
  • Boys’ Welfare Association, 449
  • Brickmaking Industry on the Kolar Goldfield, 339
  • Bridge, Simple Truss, Largest Span in the World, 231
  • Bridge, Tongabuddra, India, Particulars of, 295
  • Bridges in New South Wales, Old and New, 207
  • British Empire Producers’ Organisation, 517
  • BRITISH ENGINEERS’ ASSOCIATION :
  • - Annual Meeting ; Dr. Addison’s Address, 239
  • British Industries Fairs in London and Glasgow, 31, 242—see also Miscellaneous Index
  • British Institute of Social Service, Annual Meeting, 92
  • Browning Light Machine Gun Compared with the Lewis Gun, 339

C

  • CALCIUM Carbide Production, Need of Cheap Raw Material and Cheap Power, 207
  • Calcium Carbide, Reduced Price, 9
  • Calcutta, Increased Tax on Motor Cars, 97
  • Canada, Demand for Power Greatly in Excess of Supply, 97
  • Canada in Khaki, 130
  • Canada, Municipal Expenditure, Comparison with English Methods, 96
  • Canada’s Development as shown by Increased Mails, 491
  • Canada’s Fuel Requirements, Solid and Liquid, 295
  • Canada’s Fuel Resources, Situation of Coal and of Peat Bogs, 295
  • Canada and United States, Use of Electric Furnaces and Output of Metals, 207
  • Canadian Government Purchase of Agricultural Motors for Farmers, 295
  • Canadian Imports and Exports, 404
  • Canadian Water Power Resources, Not One- tenth Developed, 317
  • Canal Projects, After the War, in France, 207
  • Canals, Board of Trade Handbook, 154
  • Carbide Production in Germany for Eventual Manufacture of Synthetic Rubber, 163
  • Carbon in Fuels, Method of Estimating, 339
  • Carborundum : Its Past History, 253
  • Car Design and Accessory Drives, 207
  • Cashew Nut, Valuable Properties of Nut and Tree, 491
  • Cattle Slaughter and the Jewish Religion, 69
  • Centrifugal Pumps : Question of Best Speed for Driving, 535
  • Chadwick Public Lectures, H. T. Davidge, 239
  • Change Speed Gear-box, Permanent Mesh, New Type, F. Sabel, 557
  • Channel Tunnel Immediately After the War, 513
  • Charcoal Blast-furnace Experiment in Mysore, 163
  • “Cheap Steam,” Ed. Bennis and Co., 97
  • Chemical Pulp Export from Norway, Distribution to Different Countries, 31
  • Chicago, Analysis of Vehicles, Horse-drawn and Self-propelled, 405
  • “Chichopoxtle,” Valuable New Lubricant from, 513
  • China : Question of Gold Standard and Rise in Dollar Value, 73
  • Chinese Wood-oil Tree, Use of Oil in Varnish Manufacture, 31
  • Circular Tank, To Find the Capacity, 31
  • Civil Engineering, General Congress in Paris Projected, 97
  • Clutches, Friction, H. L. Towns, 68

COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES :

  • - Boiler-house Waste of Coal Due to Lack of Intelligence and Training, 163
  • - By-product Coke-making in America, Statistics, 163
  • - By-product Coke Manufacture, Weekly Reports in the United States, 383
  • - Canada and the United States, Arrangements for Inter-export of Coal, 427
  • - Coal Conservation, Comparison in Output between Great Britain and the United States, 141
  • - Coal Cutting Methods and Wages, Changes of Two Centuries, 16
  • - Coal, Iron, and Copper Discoveries in Algeria, 141
  • - Coal Mining Development in Germany, 31
  • - Coal, Stripped, for Heating Boilers, 31
  • - Coal and Textile Clothing, Production per Head in United States and Great Britain, 141
  • - Coal Transport Saving Scheme, 427
  • - CokeFuel Instead of Oil for Omnibus Running, Great Economy, 9
  • - Coke Fuel for Steam Wagons, 273
  • - Coke Oven Plants and Utilisation of Waste Heat, F. E. Harris, 427
  • - Coking Stokers an Absolute Preventative of Smoke, 273
  • - Colliery Machinery, Safety and Signal Device, T. D. Watson, 253
  • - Electric Display Devices in New York, Restrictions to Save Coal, 73
  • - Electric Plants, Wasteful, Suggested Elimination of, to Economise Coal, 405
  • - Electric Power Supply and Coal Conservation, 503
  • - Gas Making and Unsuitable Coal, 207
  • - Heating in Coal Stacks, Prevention of, 273
  • - Natal and the Transvaal, Undeveloped Coal Seams, 200
  • - Power Production and Coal Consumption, 87
  • - Power Supply and Coal Saving, 231
  • - Sawdust and Wood as Coal Substitutes in Switzerland and France, 185
  • - Spontaneous Ignition, Simple Test for Probability of, in Coal, 449
  • - Storage, Effect on Bituminous Coals, Professor S. W. Parr, 82
  • - Thawing Plants for Frozen Coal in Railway Cars, 382
  • - Waste of Coal in the United States in Obsolete Steam Engine Plant, 52
  • COD Liver and Other Fish Oils to Replace Vegetable Oils in Margarine Manufacture, 273
  • Cold Storage Little Used in France, 97
  • Columbia River, Great Variation in Flow, 53
  • Commercial Motor Users’ Association, First Presidential Address, Colonel Crompton, 405
  • Concrete for Building Government Cottages, 31
  • Concrete Cargo 5000-Ton Steamship under Construction in America, 231
  • Concrete Coaling Station for Locomotives on the Lehigh Valley, Notable Features, 535
  • Concrete Construction Specifications, 557
  • Concrete, Effect of Salts of Alkali Water, 427
  • Concrete Outfall Sewer on the Bottom of Lake Erie, 491
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Action of Salt on, Necessary Precautions, Profe^sior H. J. M. Creighton, 73
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Building with Floor Space of 24 Acres, 9
  • Concrete, Reinforced, in Machine Tools, 361
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Test to Ascertain “Point of Destruction,” 557
  • Concrete, Resistance to Sea Water Affected by Workmanship, Experiments, 141
  • Concrete Roads in America, 50,000,000 Square Yards, 97
  • Contraction of Volume of Certain Substances After being Dissolved in Water in Increasing Quantities, 317
  • Conversion Tables, Hoffmann Manufacturing Company, 416
  • Copper Articles, Black Finish for, 361
  • Copper, Colour Changes Due to Special Treatment, 141
  • Copper Melted for Castings, Need of Care, 9
  • Copper Mines in Queensland, Reopening, 97
  • Copper and Tin Mixture, Addition of Aluminium, 231
  • Copper Zinc Alloys, Influence of Cadmium on, Leon Guilletr 474
  • Corliss Engines: Centenary of Inventor’s Birth, 535
  • Cotton in Madras, Government Grown, Result of Experiments, 185
  • Crusher, New Type, for Coke and Coal, 427
  • Crystal Palace Engineering Society, Papers and Awards, 352
  • Cuprous Oxide, Formerly German Monopoly, Now Made in England, 339
  • Cutting Points on a Grinding Wheel, 491

D

  • DAM, Arch-, Lightest Section, in the World, New South Wales, 405
  • Dam on the Cimarron River, New Mexico, Dimensions and Interesting Features, 383
  • Dam, Concrete, for Supply of Salt Lake City, Storage of 300,000,000 Gallons, 535
  • Dams, Multiple-arch Reinforced Concrete, Growing in Number in America, 535
  • Daylight Saving in United States, 449
  • Death of Mr. Thomas Greenwood, 513
  • Death of Mr. H. J. Swindley, 73
  • Decimal Coinage Bill Pressed for, 339
  • Decimal Coinage Supported by the Federation of British Industries, 427
  • Diamonds, Formation of, Sir C. Parsons on, 328
  • Dock, New, for Barrow-in-Furness, Furness Railway Company and Vickers, Limited, 185
  • Domestic Fat Trap, 369
  • Drill Hole Nearly 5000ft. Deep, 427
  • Dye Industry, British, and Railway Charges on Raw Chemical Material, 471

E

  • EDUCATION in Aeronautical Technology and Aircraft Architecture, 491

ELECTRICAL MATTERS:

  • - Aberystwyth, Electro-Power Station for, 97
  • - Alarm Signal Actuated by Sensitive Selenium Cell, 97
  • - Argentine Republic, 238 Central Electricity Stations in, 163
  • - Army Demand for Electricians and Equipment, 207
  • - Association of British Electrical Engineers, Proposed Formation of, 303
  • - Auto-transformer to Transform 12,000 Volts to 24,000 Volts, 163
  • - Bar Mill, Electrically-driven, at Ohio Works, 185
  • - Batteries, “Storage,” or “ Reversible,” 231
  • - Blind People’s New Occupation, 490
  • - Boosting, Need of Provision for, in Design of
  • - Charging Equipment for Electric Motor Vehicles, 53
  • - Cable, Safe Working Internal Temperature of, 449
  • - Canadian Water Powers, Advantageous Situation of, 449
  • - Chadwick Public Lectures, H. T. Davidge, 239
  • - Cheap Power near Strathpeffer, 460
  • - Clothes Electrically Heated, Some Anticipated Results, 73
  • - Coal Conservation and Power Supply, 503
  • - Coal and Electric Energy, Inter-export Arrangements between Canada and United States, 427
  • - Commonwealth Edison Company Generating Station One of the Largest in the World, 513
  • - Composite Insulating Materials Investigation, 504
  • - Cooking and Heating by Electricity, Greatly Increased Use of, 295
  • - Domestic Appliances, Electric, Greatly Increased Sale of, in U.S.A., 253
  • - Dry Cell Recuperation, C. F. Burgess, 73
  • - Eel in the Pipe Line Shuts Down Electricity Supply, 39
  • - Effects of War Conditions on Cost and Quality of Electric Service, L. S. Goodman and W. B. Jackson, 185
  • - Electrical Heating, Question of Development, 339
  • - Electric Winding Engines, John F. Perry, 207
  • - Factory for Electrodes in Norway, 489
  • - Generating Station at Saint Barthelemy, 427
  • - Generating Systems, Large, of America; Outputs, Peak Loads and Load Factors Statistics, 383
  • - German Electrical Plant, Widespread Failure in Working, 253
  • - High Voltage Insulators; Deteriorating Effects of Corona, 119
  • - Hot Water Supply from Electricity Stations, W. M. Selvey, 317
  • - Hydro-electric Generating Station in Iowa, Complete Automatic Working, 52
  • - Increasing Load, New Steam Plant for, Special Economisers Used, 207
  • - Induction Meters’ Adaptation to Different Frequencies, Difficulties, 405
  • - Induction Motors on the Witwatersrand, 510
  • - Insulating Material; Ingredients and Properties, 119
  • - Insulating Properties of Fish Offal Byproduct, 535
  • - Iron Piping for Bus-bars Replaces Copper in an American Central Station, 73
  • - Japanese Electrical Industry, Statistics, 231
  • - Japan’s Increased Use of Electricity in Steel Manufacture, 119
  • - Lancaster Motor Omnibuses, Mileage and Finance, 317
  • - Leek Linking-up Scheme, 273
  • - Lifting Magnet in the United States, Immense Saving of Labour by Use of, 273
  • - Lighting Restrictions and Electricity Meters, C. H. W. Gerhardi, 557
  • - Lightning Flash, Electric Quantities in, 471
  • - Long Distance Electric Transport, Not Yet Called For, 317
  • - Manchester, Future Standard for Transmission, 565
  • - Mechanical Design of the Turbo-Alternator Rotor, S. F. Barclay, 317

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued) :

  • - Methane Detector, Electric, for Use in Mines, 471
  • - Motors, Return Ordered to be Made in Germany; Possible Connection with Copper Scarcity, 97
  • - Motors for Textile Mills, Smaller Sizes in Favour, 185
  • - Names of Men of Science to Denote Units, Objections to Practice, 73
  • - Niagara Falls, Proposed Consolidation of Three Power Companies, 447
  • - Niagara; Power Generation and Supply Comparison between Canada and United States, 513
  • - North-West Station, U.S.A., Big New Electrical Installation, 361
  • - Petrol Motor Cars and Electric Lighting and Starting; Double or Single Unit Question, 231
  • - Power Factor of an Alternating Current Circuit, 513
  • - Power Line 22,000 Volt in California, Reinforced Concrete Poles for Six Miles Length, 383
  • - Power for Oilfields, in Baku and in Roumania, 527
  • - Rand Mine, Second Electric Furnacelnstalled, 471
  • - Record Output and Earnings from Sale of Electric Energy, 163
  • - Restriction of Electric Display Devices in New York and Saving of Coal, 73
  • - Saving of Coal by Elimination of Wasteful Electric Plants, 405
  • - Shoe Factory, Entire Equipment Electrical, 273
  • - Single-phase Transformers, Ordinary High Pressures for, in America, 231
  • - Steam Pressure of 300 lb. per Square Inch in Central Generating Station, 273
  • - Studs, Back Connection, for Switch Gear, Variations in Type of, 253
  • - Technical Story of the Frequencies, B. G. Lamme, 163
  • - Temperature Effects in Direct Current Meters, G. W. Stubbings, 253
  • - Transmission of Power Across the St. Lawrence River, Submarine and Overhead Cables, 449
  • - Trucks, Charging, Enormous Consumption of Power at Bush Terminal, New York, 535
  • - Turbine Room Equipment of New Glasgow Power Station, 273
  • - Units of Electricity to Melt a Ton of Steel, Figures, 405
  • - Vaseline Replacing Air in a Cable Duct, Experiment, 383
  • - Vereeniging, S. Africa, Fourth Largest Power Station, 9
  • - Voltaic Cell, New Form of, on French Railways, 471
  • - War and Electricity Supply, 82
  • - “Will-o’-the-Wisps.” Perpetual Motion and the Ideal High-voltage Generator, 9
  • - Wire Manufacture for Electrical Purposes, Big Preparations in America for After-War Trade, 383
  • ELECTROLYTIC Copper, Modulus of Elasticity, Working Conditions in Design of Transmission Lines, 9
  • Electrolytic Process of De-oxidisation, 152
  • Electroplating for Aluminium, New Process, 541
  • Embankment to Protect the City of Concepcion from Flooding of Bio Bio River, 9
  • Engineer and Engineering, Need of Legal Definition, 185
  • Engineering School at Portland, 243
  • Engineering Standards Committee Incorporated, 471
  • Engineering Student : Accusations of Apathy, 383
  • Engineering Students in the United States, Proportion Exempted from Military Service, 163
  • Engineering Trades (New Industries) Committee, 303
  • Engineers’ Club for the Midlands, 491
  • Engineers for War Service, Suggested Certificates, 427
  • Engines of Various Classes, Average Weights per Brake Horse-power, P. N. Everett, 253
  • English Weather, 503
  • Etching Brasses and Bronzes, 231
  • Ethyl Chloride Prepared by Grove’s Process, 231
  • Evaporation and Stefan’s Law, N. Thomas and A. Ferguson, 427
  • Exhibition of Enemy Countries Products and Appliances Now Produced in United Kingdom, 383
  • Exhibition of Products and Appliances Made at Home Formerly Imported from Enemy Countries, 535
  • Explosions, Dust Barriers for Prevention in Alberta, Canada, 97
  • Explosive from Liquid Oxygen, Experiments in United States, 295

F

  • FARTHINGS, Great Increase in Issue of Coins, 9
  • Firebricks from Coal Ash, Value of New Process, 31
  • Fire Waste in Canada Greatest in the World, 299
  • Fires in New York Attributable to Defective Electrical Installations, Analysis, 535
  • Fish Freezing in Brine, Greatly Improved Method, 273
  • Flax Cultivation in Canada and India, 185
  • Flax Supply of the World Absorbed by Countries at War, 119
  • Fluxes for Melting Aluminium Scrap, 119
  • Foreign Technical Press, A Review of, 570
  • Foreign Trade, 264
  • Forged Axles, Hollow, Question of Strength, 471
  • Forgings, Cooling, by Compressed Air, 285 ; (Correction), Sandberg’s Patent, 373
  • Forth and Clyde Ship Canal, Scheme Suspended, 557
  • Freezing, Permanent, Depth of, 317
  • Friction Clutches, H. L. Towns. 68
  • Fuel Consumption, Test and Record Motor Cycle Run in California, 557
  • Fuel, “Non-pinking,” for Motor Cars, 73
  • Furnace, Martin, Heating with Wet Lignites, 535

G

  • GAS, Absorbent, for Fighting Poisonous Gases, American Discovery, 535
  • Gas, Coal, Replacing Petrol for Commercial Vehicles, 231
  • Gas Manufacture as Costly Now as Thirty Years Ago, Alwyne Meade, 231
  • Gas for Motor Vehicles, Obtainable from all but Three Undertakings, 163
  • Gas for Motor Vehicles, Use Restricted, by Board of Trade, 31
  • Gas or Petrol for Motor Vehicles ; Different Aspects of the Question in United Kingdom and in Australia, 9
  • Gas Production from Sawdust or Wood Instead of Coal, 73
  • Gas-propelled Motor Car in Paris, 253
  • Gas Traction, Conversion of Commercial Motor Vehicles, 141
  • Gas Traction in Manchester, 405
  • Gas Traction and Unsuitable Containers, 427
  • Gauge Work Tolerance, Tests in an. American University, 471
  • Gear Standardisation and Uniformity of Commercial Practices in Marketing Gears, in America, 535
  • German Machine Tools, Increased Output, 449
  • Germany’s Agricultural Research Institutions, 295
  • Germany’s Engineering Debt to British Engineers, 53
  • Germany’s Large Purchases of Wool from South Africa before the War, 207
  • Gifts for the Labour Companies Overseas, 215
  • Glasgow, Fixed Bridge Over the Clyde, Erection Recommended, 361
  • Glasgow, Joint Catalogues of Technical Book in Various Libraries, 361
  • Glass Products in the United States, Excess of Imports in 1914 and Excess of Exports in 1917, 73
  • Glommen River, Norway, as Important Industrial Site, 53
  • Gold Mines, Precarious Position in South Africa, 9
  • Gold Production of the World, 273
  • Gold from Southern Rhodesia. 513
  • Gold, World’s Output. British Empire Proportion, 17
  • Greenwich Observatory, Magnet House Superseded, 491
  • Gun, The Stokes, Lecture by Sir Wilfrid Stokes, 427, 513, 568

H

  • HAUGESUND, Norway, Projected Port Improvements, 9
  • Hankow, Increase of Motor Vehicles and Probable Road Improvements, 73
  • Hardness of Metals, Prize Fund Presented by Sir Robert Hadfield, 339
  • Heat, New Principle in the Flow of, Dr. C. Hering, 316
  • Heat Transmission of Building Materials, A. C. Willard and L. C. Lichty, 557
  • Heating and Domestic Engineers’ Programme, 273
  • Hong-Kong, Motor Road Round Island, 163
  • Horse-power, Steam Engine and Water, in the United States, Estimated Quantity Undeveloped, 273
  • Hot Water from the Depths of the Earth, Temperature Increase in Proportion to Depth, 9
  • Houses for the Working Classes, Local Government Board Plans, 141
  • Housing and Town Planning, National, Subdivision of Houses, 317
  • Housing of Working Classes,‘Financing Private Enterprise, Scheme for, 253
  • Hydro-electric Generating Station in Iowa Automatically Operated, 52
  • Hydrogen to Replace Petrol in Switzerland, 491

I

  • ICELANDIC Trade, Chamber of Commerce for Promoting and. Protecting, 119
  • India, Early Attempts to Establish Iron and Steel Industry, 185
  • Indian Munitions Board Shipbuilding Branch Started at Calcutta, 317
  • India’s Great Demand for Maps, 317
  • Industrial Reconstruction Council, 280

IRON AND STEEL:

  • - Annealing of Cold-hammered or Hardened Steels, Comparison, 339
  • - Australian Steel Foundry Plants, Details of, 317
  • - Brazil and Iron Ore, Rich Supplies, and Facilities for its Use, 231
  • - Charcoal Blast-furnace Experiment in Mysore, 163
  • - Cooling Forgings by Compressed Air, 285 ; (Correction), C. P. Sandberg’s Patent, 373
  • - Crucible Steel Manufacture, Paper by Mr. F. B. Lounsberry, 557
  • - Differential Dilatometer for Thermal Investigations on Steels, M. Pierre Chevenard, 53
  • - Electricity Required to Melt a Ton of Steel, 405
  • - Ferro-chrome and Silicon Iron as Alloys in Manufacture of Acids, 31
  • - Ferro-manganese Production in Spain, 449
  • - Furnace-charging Machines’ Long Life, 273
  • - Iron Ore Deposits in India, Very Rich, 163
  • - Japan, Steel Production in, 273
  • - Japanese Gain Concession of Important Iron Mine, 541
  • - Lincolnshire Ironstone Measures, Almost Inexhaustible, 273
  • - Lloyd Wells Process for Steel Tubing Manufacture, 207
  • - Magnetic Steel Band Drive, P. L. Weston, 339
  • - Malleable Castings, Analyses of, 97
  • - Malleable Castings and the Converter Method of Manufacture, 97
  • - Malleable Castings, Output in Great Britain and United States, Comparison, 97
  • - Manganese Imported by the United States, Appeal to Patriotism of the Steel Industry, 119

IRON AND STEEL (continued):

  • - Manganese in Steel Manufacture, Method of Testing for, T. F. Payne, 53
  • - Mn Steel Experiments, M. A. Portevin, 53
  • - Molybdenum in Ores, Method of Determining, 119
  • - Molybdenum and Tungsten, Extensive Deposits Found in Sonora, Mexico, 427
  • - National Council on Trade Policy Projected, 513
  • - Pig Iron, Salving of Barge Load of, from Tennessee River, 253
  • - Protection of Cast Iron Against Rust, 273
  • - Queensland, Ore with Higher Percentage of Iron than Any in Great Britain, 222
  • - Queensland, Suggested Iron and Steel Works, 427
  • - Russian Government to Control Iron and Steel Industry, 339
  • - Sandberg Sorbitic Steel, 285, 373
  • - Steel Puddling at £1500 a Year, 185
  • - Steel Recovery from Old Tin Cans, 557
  • - Steel Tube Manufacture, Proper Annealing, 513
  • - Steel Wire and Corrosion ; A Question of Copper Percentage, 231
  • - Sulphur in Steel Castings, Changes in Raw Material and New Processes, 405
  • - United States Output in Finished Steel, 426
  • - Utilisation of Steel Scrap, Report by Industries Committee of House of Representatives, 97
  • - West of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute, Proposed Change of Name, 306
  • ITALIAN Metallurgical and Mechanical Industry, Increase of Capital by the Ilva Company, 207
  • Italy, the Leading Motor Car Exporting Nation, 119
  • Italy’s Export of Motor Vehicles, 491

J

  • JAPANESE Great Industrial Expansion, 207
  • Japan’s Proposed Increase of Spindles, Difficulties of Import, 53
  • Japan’s Proposed Outlay on Road-making, 141
  • Jute Manufacture, India Most Important Country for, 163

K

  • KNITTING Machine Needles in South China Factories, Great Scarcity of, 253
  • Koenigsberg Canal and Harbour Enlargement, 557

L

  • LABORATORIES, Government, London, Report, 185
  • Labour Disputes and Stoppages of Work, 141
  • Labour Resettlement Committee, Employers’ Representative, 471
  • Laundry Industry, Expansion Anticipated, Machinery Largely Imported from America, 53
  • Lead Exports from the United States, Consumption of Great Britain and Canada, 557
  • Leeds Automatic Telephone Exchange, Largest in Europe, 557
  • Lighthouses, Annual Report of the Commissioner, 163
  • Lighting and Heating, Central Stations and Isolated Plants, 471
  • Locomotive Boiler Explosion, Strange Result, 9
  • Lorries, 3-Ton,“Machine” for Assembling and Total Completion of One per Half-hour, 295
  • Lubricating Material Substitutes in Germany, 535
  • Luncheon Meetings for Business Men, 517

M

  • MAGNETOS, Large Output by the British Ignition Apparatus Association, 140
  • Manchester Chamber of Commerce, Metal Merchants’ Suggestion, 198
  • Manchester Steam Users’ Association, 503
  • Maps in the American Army, Rapid Reproduction by Blue-printing and Lithography, 383
  • Marbles, Coloured, and Beautifully Grained from South-West Africa, 535
  • Marine Surveyors to the Board of Trade, 239
  • Mechanical Stoking in 1785, James Watt, Patentee, 97
  • Metal Production from Canadian Ores in 1917, 163
  • Meteorite Fragments in Scotland, 9
  • “Methanephone” for Methane Gas Detection, 432
  • Micromanometer and its Uses, 427
  • Military Motor Lorry, 3-Ton, Equipped for Operation on Coal Gas, 141
  • Mine in Brazil, Deepest in the World, 295
  • Mineral Resources of Great Britain, 374
  • Minerals in the Siamese Malay States, Very Rich Area, 141
  • Motor Car Engine of New Sleeve Valve Type, 361
  • Motor Car Export, Italy the Leading Nation, 119
  • Motor Car Industry in America, High Figures, 339
  • Motor Car Popularity in Canada, 405
  • Motor Car Suspension, Improvements, but Need of More, 258
  • Motor Car Taxation Assessment in Alberta, 295
  • Motor Cars in America, Reported Use of Three- cylinder Rotary Petrol Engine, 339
  • Motor Cars with Gas Container Trailers, Speed Limit Alteration, 163
  • Motor Car’s World’s Speed Record, 53
  • Motor Commercial Vehicle Chassis Built Upside Down, 405
  • Motor Fuel in France after the War, Alcohol and Benzol Mixture, 449
  • Motor Gas Equipment, Standardisation of Filling Orifices, 163
  • Motor Tractors in Rubber Cultivation, Great Advance in Efficiency, 163
  • Motor Trucks for American Army in France, Huge Number Required, 405
  • Motor Vehicle Working on Natural Gas, Experiment, 423
  • Motor Vehicles, Commercial, Driven on Coal Gas instead of Petrol, 295
  • Motor Vehicles and Government Control, Differentiation between Petrol and Electricity, 231
  • Munitions in the London District, 449

N

  • NAPHTHALENE for Power Purposes, 53
  • Natalite, a Motor Spirit, 324
  • Natural Gas for Motor Vehicle, Working, 423
  • Natural Gas, Tests for Petrol, in the United States, 449
  • Naval Gun, Powerful and Durable, for American Battleships, 185
  • Newfoundland Fish Supplies Landed at Fleetwood, 53
  • New York Garbage Reduction Works, 568
  • Niagara Falls., Ten Millions a Year, or a View ? 449
  • Niagara—see alsr> Electrical Matters
  • Nickel, World’s Production of, Enlarged by Six Times since 1900, 317
  • Nile Floods in Autumn of 1917, Abnormal, Anticipated Benefit, 119
  • Norway, Rolling Mill Plant and Government Loan, 119

O

  • OCCUPATIONS Available for Discharged Soldiers, 141
  • Oil-field Discovery near Los Angeles, 97
  • Oil for Lubrication, Most Important Properties, 491
  • Oil Seeds Production in India, 471
  • Oil, Valuable Lubricant from “Chichopoxtle ” Fruit, 513
  • Oil Wells in America, Use of Electric Power for Drilling, Cleaning and Pumping, 535
  • Oil Wells in Galicia, Great Depths, 557
  • Oil Wells, Prolific, in Mexico, 535
  • Old Cloth Tracings and Tin-foil, 286
  • Onyx Discovery in Tampico, Mexico, 471
  • Order of the British Empire, 81— see Miscellaneous Index
  • Oven Gas for Domestic and Other Uses, 383
  • Oxy-acetylene Welding, Remarkable Example, 185

P

  • PAINT to Withstand Heat, 115
  • Paints, Temperature Sensitive, 405
  • Paints and White Lead Scarcity, 53
  • Paper Pulp from Blady Grass in Queensland, 427
  • Paper Pulp and Timber in Canada, 405
  • Paris Bombardment ; Reported Record on United States Seismographs, 535
  • Patent Claims in the United States, Recent Ruling, 317
  • Patent Office Library’s Photostat from Sir Robert Hadfield, 513
  • Pension Scheme in Canada, 289
  • Perishable Food Imports into the United Kingdom in Pre-war Times, 53
  • Petrol Motor Cars and Electric Lighting and Starting ; Double or Single Unit Question, 231
  • Petrol Price in America, 207
  • Petrol, Synthetic, Process for Production, L. B. Cherry, 449
  • Petrol from the United States, Increased Exports, 73
  • Petroleum in Mexico, Scantily Utilised owing to Lack of Transport Facilities, 491
  • Petroleum Spirit Refinery, Unsatisfactory Methods, 53
  • Petroleum from United States, A World’s Necessity, 53
  • Philadelphia’s Record Pumping Plant, 207
  • Photostat, Sir R. Hadfield’s Present to Patentoffice Library, 513
  • Pipe, Cast Iron, of all Sizes, Machine for Making, 253
  • Pipes, Compressed Cellulose, Satisfactory Except for Steam, 317
  • Pith, Sunflower and Sola, for Helmets, 491
  • Platinum, Result of Analyses, 339
  • Platinum in Russia Bought up by German Agents, 339
  • Platinum in Russia, First Record of Discovery, 317
  • Platinum Substitute for Electrical Purposes, 31 Platinum Substitute at One Half Cost, 273
  • Platinum Wire Fine Enough to Replace Spider’s Web in Telescopes, 339
  • Plymouth’s Lack of Cold Storage : Question of New Commercial Harbour, 53
  • Pneumatic Trench Mortar, French, Propelling Charge, 9
  • Pneumatic Tyres Inner Tube, German Method of Preserving Elasticity, 535
  • Polytechnic School of Engineering, Sir C. A. Parsons as President, 557
  • Portland Cement of Indian Manufacture, 471
  • Portland School of Engineering, 243
  • Potash Extracted from Cement Rock, Saving Effected by Use of Common Salt, 163
  • Power Supply in the United Kingdom, Need of Improvement in Methods, 231
  • Press Censor and the House that Jack Built, 119
  • “Pseudo-Data,” Boiler Explosions in United Kingdom and United States, 534
  • Pulp and Paper Industry in Canada, Steady Growth, 31
  • Pumping Engine, Atmospheric, Still Used, 130 Years Old, 405

Q

  • QUEENSLAND Artesian Water Supply, 303
  • Queensland Grass for Paper Pulp, 427
  • Quicklime Expansion Under Moisture, Utilisation of this Force, 513

R RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS:

  • - Accident in Aberdeen Joint Station, 557 Accident Due to Broken Carriage Axle, 207
  • - Accident Due to Falling Rock, 361
  • - Accident at Penge Station, 557
  • - Accidents Branch of Board of Trade, 141
  • - Accidents, Pre-war and Now, Great Reduction in Board of Trade Enquiries, 53
  • - Accidents and Road Level Crossings in United States, 513
  • - Agricultural Produce and Railway Charges, 383
  • - Alaska, Government Railway’s Delayed and Costly Progress, 535
  • - Aliens’ Reported Exodus from London, 339
  • - Aliens’ Use of Railways, 347
  • - Ambulance Train for American Troops on the Continent, 185
  • - Ambulance Trains Built at Stratford, 163

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • - Ambulance Trains for United States Troops Building at Swindon, 31, 207
  • - American Railway in France, 130
  • - American Railwaymen’s Report on Japanese Railways, 295
  • - American Railway Passenger Rates, 449
  • - American Railway Workmen iri France, Brave Assistance in Repulsing German Attack, 73
  • - Appointments and Staff Changes, 9, 31, 53, 97, 141, 253, 273, 295, 339, 361, 405
  • - Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe, Concrete Roadways in Shops and Stores Yards, 471
  • - Australian Chief Railway Commissioner, 53
  • - Australian Railway Construction Since 1850, 557
  • - Ayr Harbour and Glasgow and South- Western Railway Company, 339
  • - Baldwin Locomotives for France in Temporary Use on the Philadelphia and Reading Railway, 97
  • - Baltimore and Ohio Express Transference from New Jersey Terminus to New York City, 535
  • - Belgian Locomotives for American Expeditionary Force, 73
  • - Billinton, Mr. L., London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, Return to England, 557
  • - Birthday Honours for Railwaymen, 491, 513 Birthday Honours for Railwaymen in India, 513
  • - Board of Trade Power of Control of Railways and Rolling Stock in War-time, 9
  • - Bridge Over the Ohio River Built by the Paducah and Illinois Railroad, 97
  • - Bridge, Pennsylvania, at Louisville, Badly Damaged by Fire, 535
  • - Bristol Corporation and Great Western and Midland Railway Companies, Legal Decision, 339
  • - British Railway Funds and the Dividend Question, 53
  • - Caledonian Railway Passenger Train and North British Light Engine, Collision, 557
  • - Canadian Government Taking Over Railways and Leasing Them, 449
  • - Canadian Military Deeds Commemorated by Re-named Stations on the Canadian Pacific Railway, 53
  • - Canadian Minister of Railways, A New Office, 361
  • - Canadian Railroad Commission, Rates Increase Question, 273
  • - Canadian Railway Equipment ; Financing Purchase, 361
  • - Canadian Railways Increase in Rates for Passengers and Freight, 9
  • - Canadian War Board and Labour Unions ; Resistance to Removal of Rails, 231
  • - Canal Employees and War Bonus, Comparison with Railways, 273
  • - Canal Traffic Between Bristol and Liverpool ; Possible Interference with London’s Seaborne Traffic, 231
  • - Canals and Goods Traffic Congestion, 339
  • - Canals Used to Relieve Congested Traffic on Railways, 119
  • - Castlecomer Collieries, Transit Facilities, 141
  • - Central of New Jersey Railroad Passes, 97
  • - Charing Cross Bridge Strengthening Attitude of the Joint Committee, 207
  • - Chicago—New York Twenty-hour Express Taken Off, 31
  • - Chicago Track Elevation Work, Appeal to Patriotism, 427
  • - Clydach, Pontardawe and Cwmgorse Railway, Construction Suspended, 207
  • - Coal on American Locomotives, Immense Saving if Lines Electrified, 361
  • - Coal Consumption on U.S. Railways, 535
  • - Coal in the Neighbourhood of the Great Southern and Western Railway, Adverse Report by Irish Solicitor-General, 253
  • - Coal for New Zealand Railway Locomotives, Increased Cost, 31
  • - Coal Transport Saving Scheme in America, 427
  • - Coal Transport Scheme ; Great Saving in Ton Mileage, Glasgow and S. Western Railway, 231
  • - Collision on the Louisville and Nashville Railway, Unusual Action by the President of the Line, 97
  • - Commercial Travellers’ Week-end Fares in Ireland Not Increased, 119
  • - Concrete Ties Still in the Trial Stage, Difficulties, 53
  • - Cork City Railway and Other Lines, Need for Further Connections, 141
  • - Crewe Brotherhood, Mr. Winston Churchill’s Message, 53
  • - Damaged Food and Foodstuffs on the Pere Marquette Railroad, 491
  • - Danger in Walking on Railway Track, 405
  • - Death of Mr. Joseph W. Taylor, 491
  • - Delaware and Hudson Railroad Freight Locomotives ; Increase in Engines and Train Loads, Statistics, 557
  • - Derailment at Level Crossing in U.S.A., Due to Motor Car, 295
  • - Directors’ First-class Free Passes, Suggested Withdrawal Refused, 141
  • - Dividends of various Railways, 119
  • - Doors of Railway Carriages, Device for Prevention of Accident, 253
  • - Dublin and South-Eastern Company ; Grey- stones to Wicklow Line Strengthening, 317
  • - Economy of Railway Electrification, Curious Comparisons, 31
  • - Economy in Use of Oil Fuel, Decoration Mark for Best Record, 449
  • - Eggs, Railway Conveyance of, 273
  • - Egyptian State Railways, Increase in Fares and Freight Charges, 339
  • - Electric Locomotives. 50 Ton : The First Built at the South Manchuria Railroad Shops 361
  • - Electric Railway between Tampico and Mexico, 471
  • - Enemy Officer Prisoners’ Railway Accommodation, 427
  • - Equipment, Railway, After the War, Anti cipated Large Demand, Dr. Addison, 92
  • - Essex, Need of Light Railways, Government Appealed to, 317
  • - Express through Trolley Line between Buffalo and Niagara Falls, 535
  • - Fares Increase on London Railways ; Controlled and Uncontrolled Lines, 251

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • - Farm Purchase by Great Eastern Railway. 207
  • - Federated Malay States and Siamese Southern Railways, Linking up, Difficulty in Getting Railway Material, 97
  • - First-class Privileges in War-time, 9, 491
  • - First and Third-class Accommodation, Relative Amounts Required, 339
  • - Fish Delay in Transit by Sea ; Railway Not to Blame, 163
  • - Fish from Ireland, Withdrawal of Trains Question, 471
  • - Fish Traffic, Special Trains and Trucks, Great North of Scotland Railway, 231
  • - Fog in South-West London ; Fatal Railway Accidents, 119
  • - Food Question ; Supplies for Trainmen when from Home, 141
  • - Food Savings, Very Great, on United States Restaurant Cars, 97
  • - France, British Army Transport in. Large Increase in Dock Capacity and Railway Material of All Kinds, 53
  • - French Language and Locomotive Driving, 253
  • - French Railway Officials’ War Honours, 383
  • - Frozen Fish, Railway Charges on, 535
  • - Fuel and Transport Economy and the Celebration of Washington’s Birthday, 273
  • - Furness Railway Company and Vickers, Limited, New Dock for Barrow, 185
  • - Furness Railway Company’s Indebtedness for Assistance in Engine Power from Other Lines, 231
  • - Furness Railway Company’s Need of Rolling Stock, 231
  • - Furness Railway Staff Changes, 273
  • - Galway Proposed as a Transatlantic Port, 317
  • - Garden Crops on the Right-of-Way of Texas and Pacific Railroad Company, 53
  • - Glasgow and South-Western Railway, Additional Capital Required, 31, 97
  • - Glasgow and South-Western Railway, Future Position Uncertain, 73
  • - Glasgow and South-Western Saving Due to Coal Transport Scheme, 231
  • - Government Payments to Railways for War Expenses, 449
  • - Gowdall to South Yorkshire Line Opened for Goods and Mineral Traffic, 163
  • - Grain Silo at Hull, Hastening Completion, 163
  • - Grand Trunk Railway of Canada, Suggestion of Unfair Treatment, 405
  • - Great Central Railway Docks Engineer, 141
  • - Great Central Railway Secretary Retires, Successor Appointed, 31
  • - Great Central Railway 2-8-0 Type Engines for France, 339
  • - Great Eastern Railway Discontinues Sea Water Carriage, 73
  • - Great Eastern Railway Men with the Colours, Assistance to Men and their Dependants, 186
  • - Great Eastern Railway and Post-office Tube, Arbitration Decision, 317, 427
  • - Great Eastern Railway’s Purchase of Cargo Steamer, 185
  • - Great Eastern Railway and Season Ticket Rate Increase, 513
  • - Great Eastern Railway Timber Contracts in France, Timber Handed to British Government, 185
  • - Great Eastern Railway’s War Traffic, Statistics, 163
  • - Great Indian Peninsula Railway, Receipts and Expenditure, 97
  • - Great Northern and also Midland Railway Stock ; Much Smaller Amounts Owned by Much Larger Number of Shareholders, 163
  • - Great Northern Railway of Ireland, Changes in Passenger and Goods Traffic owing to the War, 253
  • - Great Northern Railway of Ireland, New Work on, 273
  • - Great Northern Railway, U.S.A., Increased Protection Against Snow, 73
  • - Great Southern and Western Railway, New Colliery Line from Athy, 317
  • - Great Southern and Western Railway Traffic Increased by Government Action in Regard to Tillage and Prices, 295
  • - Great Western Railway Ambulance Trains and Rolling Stock for Railways Overseas, 31, 207
  • - Great Western Railway Luncheon Baskets Stopped, 207
  • - Great Western Railway’s Largely Increased Traffic for War Purposes, 207
  • - Great Western 1 rain’s Excess Speed at Slough, 295
  • - Highgate-road Station Closed, 163
  • - Highway Improvements in America to Relieve the Railroads, 513
  • - Housing of Railway Servants, Steps Taken by North Staffordshire Railway, 253
  • - Hungarian and Austrian Locomotive Factories, 535
  • - Increased Fares Revenue, the Property of the State, 491
  • - India, Absence of Primary Industries and Railway Difficulties, 513
  • - Indian Coal, Great Increase in Rail-borne Amount Owing to the War, 317
  • - Indian Railways, Three Accidents, 73
  • - Indo-Burma Connection ; Alternative Routes, Survey, 343
  • - Industrial League ; Labour Members’ Visit to America, 480
  • - Inter-Colonial Railway Accident Statistics, 427
  • - INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION—
  • -- Collisions and Derailments, Investigation by Safety Division, 73
  • -- Extension of Powers Sought, 73
  • -- Limitation of Period of U.S. Government Control of Railways, 119
  • -- Locomotive Boiler Inspection Law ; Accident Statistics, 73
  • -- Report of the Division of Safety ; Preventable Accidents, 272
  • -- Suggested Alteration of Laws Regarding Trespass, 97
  • - Ipswich Dock Facilities and Great Eastern Railway, 231
  • - Irish Railways’ Train Service Curtailment and Coal Saving, 361
  • - Irish and Scottish Railway Connections at Carlisle, 405
  • - Iron Ore Within Reach of the Stratford-on- Avon and Midland Junction Railway, 253

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued)

  • - Katanga Railway Completed to Bukama ; Congo Connected with Cape Town, 471
  • - Kent Coal Carried by South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, 253
  • - King and Royal Train Driver on the South- Eastern and Chatham Railway, 491
  • - Labour Law in United States as to Working Hours and Rest for Railwaymen, 141
  • - Labour Resettlement Committee Men Connected with Railways, 295
  • - Lancashire and Yorkshire Electric Train Services, 163
  • - Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway : Appointment, 405 ; Servants Disabled in War, 185
  • - Level Crossings and Accidents on United States Railways, 513
  • - Light Railway Orders Applications and Confirmation, 31, 253
  • - Liverpool-street Station, Great Need of Extension, 317, 427
  • - Locomotive Building at the Baldwin Works, 471
  • - Locomotive. Coaling Plant, Automatic Electric, American, for N.S.W. Railways, 163
  • - Locomotive Coaling Station, Concrete, on the Lehigh Valley, Notable Features, 535
  • - Locomotive Repairs, Statistics, 557
  • - Locomotive Valve Gear, 109
  • - Locomotives Awaiting Repair, 481
  • - Locomotives Built in U.S.A, for Use in Russia now in Use in U.S.A., 295
  • - Locomotives Sent from Western States of America to Relieve Congestion in Eastern Districts, 141
  • - London, Brighton and South Coast : Locomotive Superintendent, 253 ; Allotments, 427 ; Increased Load, Slower Travelling, 231
  • - London and North-Western : Roll of Honour Poster, 405; Staff Rewards for Useful Improvements and Suggestions, 119; London and North-Western and London Electric Railway Companies Joint Rolling Stock, 185; Men Discharged from the Army and Reinstated on Railway, 207; Victoria Crosses, 339; Steamer’s Loss by Collision, 295
  • - London and South-Western, Provision for Coal Traffic, 185
  • - London and South-Western Servants’ Cultivation of Railway Land Plots, 185
  • - Magazines, Railway Staff, Discontinuance Suggested, 471
  • - Mansfield Railway Branch to Rufford Colliery, 207, 361
  • - Mansfield Railway, New Curve, 361
  • - Maryport and Carlisle Ry, Coal Traffic, 253
  • - Melbourne, Victoria, Additional Lines Approaching Completion, 163
  • - Metropolitan Railway’s Engineering Staff Efficiency in View of Heavy Traffic on the Line, 163
  • - Midland Railway Horses’ Keep, 185
  • - Midland and South-Western Junction Railway ; Employment of Boys to Release Men for the Colours, 253
  • - Midland and South-Western Junction Railway ; Statistics of War Traffic, 249
  • - Military Service and Railwaymen, Present Arrangements, 427
  • - Missoula Belt 100ft. long Railway, 31
  • - Mold and Denbigh Railway ; Closed Works and Unwatering of Mines, 383
  • - Munition Workers’ Travelling Facilities, Cheap Week-end Tickets Withdrawn, 491
  • - National Union of Railwaymen, Government’s Offer of Visit to Front, 31
  • - National Union of Railwaymen, 513, 535
  • - New Year’s Honours for Railwaymen, 31
  • - New York Central Railroad Company, Opposition to Proposed Hudson Bridge, 447
  • - North-Eastern Railway Accident Due to Broken Carriage Axle, 207
  • - North-Eastern Railway Alterations in Passenger Train Service, 97
  • - North Staffordshire Railway Signals Lighted by Electricity, 207
  • - Owner’s Risk Rate, 9
  • - Pacific Coast, New Railway to Open Up Mineral and Agricultural Districts, 471
  • - Passenger Fares in Ireland, Increase from June 1st, 1918, 471
  • - Passenger Traffic Restrictions, Deputation to Board of Trade, 557
  • - Passengers’ Privileges, First-class, Claim Disallowed, 9, 491
  • - Passengers, Season Ticket and Otherwise, No Present Record of Numbers, 491
  • - Pennsylvania Company’s Stations in New York and Philadelphia, Comparison of Traffic, 31, 73
  • - Pennsylvania Railroad Company’s Greatly Increased War Traffic, 317
  • - Pennsylvania Railroad, Conversion to Electric Traojtion, 361
  • - Pennsylvania RailroadExpress ; Car Derailed and Wrecked by Falling Rock, 361
  • - Pennsylvania Railroad and Report of Discontinued Expresses, 73
  • - Pooling Scottish Private Wagons, 248
  • - Post-office (London) Railway After the War, 557
  • - Punctuality of Great Eastern Train Arrivals at Liverpool street, 163
  • - Punctuality on the Midland Railway, 185
  • - Queensland State Railways, Ratepayers and the State, 53
  • - Queue System for Tube Railways, 471
  • - Quintinshill Accident Anniversary, 449
  • - Rabbits, Carriage and Delivery 2d. each, 53
  • - Rails for Canadian Railways, Measures to Obtain Supplies, 449
  • - Railway Accounts and Government Control, 513
  • - Railway Advisory Panel, Question as to its Constitution, 119
  • - Railway Executive Committee Recognises Railway Clerks’ Association, 449
  • - Railway Material, Exports’ Statistics, 9, 97, 231, 273, 405, 471
  • - Rhodesian Railway Administration, 471
  • - Russian Government and Railway Equipment Ordered from the United States, 491
  • - Russia’s Downfall and Deficient Railway Equipment, Alba B. Johnson, 471
  • - Russo-British Chamber of Commerce, Secretary’s Address to Railwaymen at Brighton, 163
  • - School Children and Railway Fares, 449
  • - Scotch Coal for the Fleet to Relieve Strain on Railways from Wales, 185

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) .

  • - Scottish Railway Stockholders’ Protection Association, 43
  • - Seamen in Railway-Owned Cross-Channel Steamers, Increased Pay, 119
  • - Season, Return and Other Tickets ; New Powers for Railways, 383, 513
  • - Season Ticket Rates Unchanged on Controlled Railways, 231
  • - Season Tickets and Discharged Soldiers’ Training, 513
  • - Season Tickets, Great Increase, 535
  • - Season Tickets and Railway Returns, 522
  • - Ship Timbers by Express Train, 449
  • - Shortest Railway in the World, 31
  • - Sleepers from Canada in 1915 and 1916, 31
  • - Sleepers, Old, Utilised as Fuel on Boston and Maine Railroad Buildings, 449
  • - Slips on Railways ; Statistics, 148
  • - South Africa and Locomotive Shortage, 409
  • - South Australian Government Expert to Report on System, 185, 339
  • - South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, Increased Traffic in Industrial District, 207
  • - Spanish Railway Combination for Home Building of Locomotives, 141
  • - Standard Freight Cars on the United States Railways, 361
  • - Steamers on the Clyde, Effort to Stop Competition, 231
  • - Steel Cars in America, Historical Notes, 295
  • - Steel Plates for Shipbuilding and Difficulties of Transport, 491
  • - Stratford-on-Avon and Midland Junction Railway Receipts and Expenditure, 273
  • - Summer Time, Further Considerations, 405
  • - Summer Time and Workmen’s Train Lighting, 295
  • - Superannuated Railway Servants and the Cost of Living, 119
  • - Surprise Tests on Southern Pacific Railway, Creditable Result, 231
  • - Taff Vale Company’s Engines More Than Three Times Pre-War Price, 231
  • - Tehuantepec National Railroad to be Acquired by Mexican Government, 163
  • - Timber Felling and Need of Afforestation ; Cambrian Railway Concerned, 253
  • - Timber, Large Sale of, on Forfeited Lands in U.S.A., 361
  • - Time-keeping and Inter-State Trains, 317
  • - Track-circuiting, Few Failures in Locking Signals, 449
  • - Trade and Government Control After the War ; Railways and Canals Position, 339
  • - Tramway Services ; Suggested “Staggering” of Business Hours, 383
  • - Tramways and Parcels Conveyance, 273
  • - Transcontinental Railway of Australia, Varieties of Gauge, 9
  • - Transport Company, Proposed London Goods Clearing House Scheme, 9
  • - Transport Delays of Steel Hinder American Shipbuilding, 557
  • - Underground Railway Women’s Club at Earl’s Court, 427
  • - United States Coal Transport Scheme, 427
  • - United States Express Companies for Goods Transport, Change to State Operation, 491
  • - United States Federal Board of Mediation and Conciliation, 92
  • - United States Government Control of Railways, 535
  • - United States Government, Plea for Light Taxation and Economy, 491
  • - United States Government Payment for Control of Railways, 119
  • - United States Locomotives Out of Service, 361
  • - United States, Nearly Two Million Troops Moved by Rail up to December 2nd, 97
  • - United States Officers and Scheduled Running of Trains, 231
  • - United States Old Soldiers’ Reunion, Railroad Facilities, 317
  • - United States Railroads’ Director-General on Safety, Wages and Time Questions, 295
  • - United States Railroads, Statistics of New Rails, Used and Required, to be Sent to Director-General, 361
  • - United States Railway Consumption of Petroleum. 557
  • - United States Railway Transport Increase, Statistics of Revenue and Rolling Stock, 9
  • - United States Railways, Government Orders, General Inventory to be Taken, 427
  • - United States Railways Operated at a Loss in January, 449
  • - United States Railways, Income, 557
  • - United States Railways and Presidential Control, 273
  • - United States Railways, Rise in Wages and in Rates for Freight and Passengers, 471
  • - United States Restricted Use of Private Railway Cars, 381
  • - United States Severe Weather and Railway Running Repairs, 119
  • - United States Steam Railway Freight and Passenger Cars, Statistics, 409
  • - United States War Warnings on Railroads, 273
  • - Victorian Railways’ Diamond Jubilee, 361
  • - Wages Advance ; Rates for Men, Women, Boys and Girls, 383
  • - Wagon, Coal, Unloading Regulations, 317
  • - Wagon Derailment, South - Eastern and Chatham Railway, 557
  • - Wagon Repairing Difficulties, New Company Formed, 185
  • - Wagons Let on Hire Without Permit, 471
  • - Wagons, Privately-owned, Difficulties of General Scheme, 383
  • - Wagons, Railway-owned, and Demurrage, 273 ; (Correction), 317
  • - Walthamstow All-night Service Stoppage, 361, 383
  • - War Wages of Railway Servants, 272
  • - Waterloo Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Free Buffet, London and South-Western Company’s Co-operation, 207
  • - Watford Services and Rolling Stock, 185
  • - Women Employed on Railways, 253, 339
  • - Women Employees on the Pennsylvania Railroad, 513
  • - Workmen’s Compensation Act, Appeal Case, 405
  • - Workmen’s Tickets on Bank Holidays, 513
  • RAINFALL, Abnormal, in Mysore, 513
  • Ramsay Memorial Fund, 264
  • Raw Material Rationing, 513
  • Razors, Hollow-ground, Industry for Wounded Soldiers, 557
  • Recording Differential Dilatometer, 141 Reinforced Concrete—see Concrete
  • Reservoir, Masonry Dam in Quebec Nearing Completion, 9
  • Rice Crops of the World, Five-Sevenths from British Empire, Chiefly India, 185
  • Riveting Record Stopped by Trade Union, 471
  • Road Improvements in 1918-19, 231
  • Road Transport Committee, 119
  • Roads in Kent Used by Motor Omnibuses, 97
  • Roads in Soft Condition, Regulations for Heavy Traffic, 439
  • Royal Marine Corps, New, Conditions for Officers, 427
  • Rubber, Plantation, Equal to that from Brazil Forests, 185
  • Rust Prevention Process. 152

S

  • “SATOLITE,” an Incombustible Substitute for Celluloid, 53
  • Sawdust and Wood as Substitutes for Coal in Gas Making, 73
  • Schneider-Creusot Works, Extent of Area and Equipment, 273
  • Scientific Men, Demand for, in the United States, 185
  • Scientific Regulation of Feed Water, R. W. Andrews, 361
  • Sea Water Densities, Determination of, on Board Ship, New Instrument for, A. L. Thomas, 269
  • Separating Materials of Different Specific Gravities, T. M. Chance, 535
  • Sewage Treatment, Five Processes Under Investigation, 97
  • Sheffield, New Factories, Buildings and Extensions, 53
  • Shell Casting in Germany, 531
  • Shell Ingots, Types Made in America, 185
  • Shipbuilding, Engineering and Steel Commercial Staffs Association, Foundation of, 20

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :

  • - American Marine, Very Large Addition in Progress, 97
  • - American Shipbuilding and Delays of Steel Transportation, 557
  • - American Training Ships for Merchant Service, 427
  • - Boats, Reinforced Concrete, Building in Spain, 313
  • - British Columbia Shipbuilding Programme, 339
  • - Canadian Production of Large Ships, 405
  • - Challenge Shield and Prize for Rapid Shipbuilding, 405
  • - Coaling Transatlantic Steamers at Tampico instead of Vera Cruz, 491
  • - Diesel-driven Motor Ship Emanuel Nobel, Her Transatlantic Record, 9
  • - Draughtsmen, Ship, Dearth of, and United States Proposal, 253
  • - “Fabricated” Ships, in America, 295
  • - Harland and Wolff’s Shipbuilding Record for Oil Carrier, 535
  • - Hostels for Shipyard Workers in the North of England and in Scotland, 513
  • - Hull, the Hunnewell, A New Type, 231
  • - Licensing Voyages, System Extended to all Ships, 163
  • - Louvain, Steamship, formerly of the Great Eastern Company, Sunk by Submarine, 119
  • - Motor-driven Ships for Transatlantic Service, Suggested Use of, to Baffle Submarines, 231
  • - Naval Losses, British, for Past Year, 119
  • - Refrigeration on Vessels Carrying Foodstuffs, Greatly Increased use of, 449
  • - Rivet-driving in Shipbuilding, Weekly Averages in America, 31
  • - Shipbuilding, Merchant, in the United Kingdom, Greatly Increased Output, 491
  • - Ship Repairs, Great Increase in Vessels Returned to Service, 471
  • - Ships on the Great Lakes to be Transferred to the Atlantic, 9
  • - Shipyard, Hog Island, near Philadelphia, Ambitious Programme, 491
  • - Steamers, Proposed Establishment of Line between La Paz and Topolobampo, 471
  • - Steel, Comparison of Weights between Ferro Concrete and Steel Ships, 449
  • - Steel Decks, Wood Shortage and Sheathing Substitutes, 491
  • - Submarine Menace, Its Failure, 412
  • - Tank Steamers in America, In Use and Under Construction, 231
  • - Tonnage per Head, Comparison between British and Norwegian Shipping, 31
  • - United States Battleship, New Mexico, 449
  • - United States Large Naval Construction, 224
  • - United States Navy’s Use of Oil Fuel, 53
  • - United States Standard 10,000-Ton Oil Tankers, 317
  • - Wooden Full-powered Motor Ships in United States, 449
  • - Wooden Ships, An Unfortunate Failure, 30
  • - Wooden Vessels Building in Norway, 339
  • SILO, Grain, Nearing Completion at Hull, 163
  • Solder, Softening Temperature, 9
  • Sound Penetration at Great Heights, 163
  • South African Gold Output, 207
  • South African Need of Disinfectant to Replace Permanganate of Potash, 405
  • Sparking Plug for Motor Cars, New Form, 97
  • Spindles, Round, Method of Centring, W. Crowther, 253
  • Steam Turbine Disabled on the Boston Elevated Railway, 339
  • Street Lighting Specifications, 239
  • Sucrose Recovery from “Final Molasses,” 383
  • Sugar Beet Experiments, 189
  • Sugar Beet in the United States, 118
  • Sulphate of Ammonia, Production in Germany, America and Japan, 361
  • Sulphur Deposits in Spain, 231
  • Sulphur Industry in Sicily, Italy the Sole Source of Supply to Allies, 207
  • Sulphuric Acid in Manufacture of Fertilisers, 361
  • Sulphuric Acid, Predicted Excess Production in United Kingdom, 295
  • Sun, Successful Photographs of, at the Cape, 513
  • Swiss Demand for Machines for Food Products 449
  • Swiss Electro-Technical Industry, Report by Dr. E. Tissot, 141
  • Swiss Trade and Industry, 361
  • Sydney Harbour Trust Commissioners’Report,73

T

  • TALC in New Zealand, 185
  • “Tank,” Steam-driven, for U.S.A. Army, 491
  • Tar as a Fuel for Metallurgical Furnaces, W. H. Blauvelt, 383
  • Tar as Fuel for Diesel Engines, 557
  • Telephone Exchanges, Automatic, 513, 557
  • Telephones, Automatic, in South Africa, 295
  • Temperature Conversion Table, 391
  • Temperature Variation in the Derwent Dam Masonry, Thermophone Records, 535
  • Tests of Low Temperature Effect on Yield of Tar, 97
  • Textile Mills in the United States, Increased Use of Electric Power, 9
  • Tilting Furnaces in this Country, 141
  • Timber Acreage per 100 Tons of Newsprint, Pulp and Paper, 405
  • Timbers, Relative Fuel Value of, 295
  • Timber from South Africa, Increasing Value, 405
  • Time Ball at Deal, Failures in 1917, 513
  • Time Signal, New Type, at Observatory in New Zealand, 141
  • Tin Cans, Old, Birmingham’s Offer of 20s. per Ton for, 557
  • Tin, Electrolytical Recovery of, from Stannate Solutions, D. Currie, 405
  • Tin-plate Industry in Japan, 339
  • Tin-plate Manufacture in Germany, 557
  • Titanium Treatment of Cast Iron, 339
  • Toluol in the United States, Insufficient Supply for High Explosives, 73
  • Tools, Small, Protest Against Prohibition of Import of, 141
  • Torpedo Accuracy and Targets in Rapid Motion, 295
  • Towns, H. L., on Friction Clutches, 68
  • Tractor Ploughing Record in Surrey, 207
  • Tractors for Farm Work in France Lent by United States Food Department, 53
  • Trade Marks, Opposition to New Bill, 207
  • Trade Reconstruction in Germany, 176
  • Training School at Iron Foundry, Luton, 535
  • Trinitro-toluol as a Commercial Explosive, 383
  • Tungsten Filament, New German Process, 295
  • Turbine Housing with Inspection Window, Fried. Krupp, 471
  • Turbines, Large Hydraulic, 253
  • Turners and Fitters’ Handbook, Death of Mr. T. Greenwood, 513

U

  • UNITED STATES Army, 273
  • United States New Guns, 119
  • United States Petroleum Output, Estimated Date of Exhaustion of Supplies, 557
  • United States Shell Production, 8
  • U.S.A. War Chassis of Light Motor Vans, 31

V

  • VACUUM Flask versus Hot Water Bottle, 207
  • Vacuum Improvement and Steam-saving, 31
  • Valves for Motor Cars, Overhead and Side Pocket, Comparison, 9
  • Vibration of Buildings due to Traffic, 471
  • Vienna’s Coal and Gas Consumption, 295
  • Volunteers, Motor, The Training of, 351

W

  • WAGES in American Shipyards, Large Per¬centage of Contract Price, 31
  • War Memorial, Imperial War Museum Recom¬mended by Committee, 361
  • War Wages Rise ; Statement by London Master Builders’ and Aircraft Industry Assoc., 383
  • Watches, Great Increase in Imports of Cheap Types of, from U.S.A., 141
  • Water Meters, Use of, in America, 412
  • Water Power Generated at Kinlochleven, Low Cost of, 53
  • Waterproof Oil, New French, 317

WATER SUPPLY:

  • - Horse-power from Loch Treig, Aluminium
  • - Company’s Application, 31
  • - New York Water Consumption, 273
  • - Water Supplied to Train Passengers, Permissible Bacteria, 141
  • WATERWAYS, Thames and the Humber ; Mersey and the Severn, Main Routes Pro¬jected, 361
  • Wax for Candles, 405
  • Wax Recovery from Waste in Sugar Extraction, Industry Started in Natal, 97
  • Welding Steel Tubes into Long Lengths for Gas Main in Zurich, 141
  • Whale Meat, A New Industry, 295
  • White Metal Alloy, New Patent for, 253
  • Whitewash Mixture, United States Government, Fire-retarding Properties, 535
  • Whitley Committee’s Report on Relations between Employers and Employed, 513
  • Window Glass Industry in Sweden, Flourishing Condition of, 185
  • Wire Nails, Imported, Commandeered by Army Council, 211
  • Wolfram, Molybdenite and Bismuth in Queensland, 383
  • Wolfram, Tin Alluvium and Other Minerals Found in Siamese Malay States, 141
  • Women’s Labour in the Gas Industry, 412
  • Women’s Superiority in Output in American Gear-cuttingWorks, 535
  • Wood Distillation as an Indian Industry, Demand for, 317
  • Wood as Fuel, Value of Various Species Com¬pared with Coal, 31
  • Wood, New, Its Properties, 197
  • Wood Pulp Fibre, “Cellulon,” as Substitute for Jute, Cotton, andc., 383
  • Wood Pulp for Papermaking, Enormously Increased Imports from Norway, 231
  • Wooden Pit Props, Round, and Quartered, 207
  • Woods Employed in Hydraulic Construction, German Tests, 383
  • Woolwich Arsenal, Chief Mechanical Engineer, 524
  • Workmen’s Insurance Societies in German Iron and Steel Industries, 31

X Y Z

  • X-RAY, Maximum Frequency, 185
  • YARROW, Sir Alfred, on Shipbuilding after the War. Dinner to Employees, 513
  • ZINC from Australia, Agreement between British Government and Australian Co., 491
  • Zinc, Electrolytic Production in Tasmania, 141
  • Zinc Refining in Japan, Ore Supply Insufficient for Demand, 9

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