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The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.

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A

  • ACCOUNTANTS, Cost and Works, Institute of, 314
  • Acetone from Bassia Flowers in India, War and Peace Uses of, 446
  • Advertising, Lectures on, Captain O. A. Minns, 439
  • Aeronautical Design, American Investigation of Gorman Instruments for, 559
  • Aeronautics, Department of, Imperial College of Science and Technology, 462
  • Aeroplanes, American Military, with Air Propeller Driven Generators for Wireless Installation, 637
  • Aeroplanes for Railway Survey, 453
  • Africa, South-West Protectorate, Active Waterboring Operations, 453
  • A.G.E. Smithfield Dinner, 597
  • Agricultural Machine Manufacture Begun in Australia, 507
  • Agricultural Tractor Trials at Lincoln, 135
  • Airships, British “S.S.” Dirigible, for Ice Observation in Seal Fishing, 427
  • Airships Presented to Canada by Imperial Government, 661
  • Air Velocity in Small Tubes, Experiments, 35
  • Alaska’s First Pulp and Paper Mill, 157
  • Alcobronze, New Alloy, 611
  • Alcohol Fuel Patents, 248
  • Alcohol, Industrial, from Bassia Flowers, 446
  • Alcohol Motor Fuel, 214
  • Alcohol, Power, Supplies, 106
  • Alloy, New Magnetic, 277
  • Alloys Discovered in France, 111
  • Alloys, Pyrophoric, of Cerium and Iron, A. Hirch, 661
  • Aluminium Alloy Casting, Proper Temperature, 585
  • Aluminium and its Alloys, Protection from Corrosion, 111, 203
  • Aluminium, Process for Nickelling, 611
  • Aluminium from Switzerland, 585
  • American Engineering Societies. Federated, Joined by American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 277
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Election Machinery Improvement, 403
  • Ammonia—see Synthetic
  • Annealing Polished Metals, German Process for Protection from Tarnishing, 533
  • Apprentices, Engineering, Shield for, 74
  • Apprentices of Two Firms, University Scholarships Offered, 377
  • Asbestos with 3ft. long Fibres at Luzon, 61
  • Asphalt Production in United States, 178

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES :

  • - INSTITUTE, ROYAL, OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS :
  • -- War Memorial, 545
  • - INSTITUTE, ROYAL SANITARY :
  • -- Henry Saxon Snell Prize, Conditions for 1921, 597
  • - INSTITUTE, TEXTILE :
  • -- Noise in Weaving Sheds, Causes and Suggested Remedies, Committee’s Report, 533
  • - INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS
  • -- Annual Dinner, 548
  • -- Arrangements for Meetings, 74
  • -- Combustion of Naphthalene Solutions in Internal Combustion Engines, L. S. Palmer, 603
  • -- Repair of Worn Motor Parts by Electro deposited Iron, B. H. Thomas, 61
  • -- Steel Research Report, 106
  • - INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Annual Dinner Not to be Held, 309
  • -- Awards for Papers, 491
  • - INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Benevolent Fund, Conditional Offer of Donation, 647
  • -- Postponement of Meetings, 494
  • -- Subscription Rates Increase Proposal, 453
  • - NORTH MIDLAND CENTRE :
  • -- Quasi-arc Welding lor Bombs and Submarine Mines, C. J. Jewell, 611
  • - INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS :
  • -- Electricity Supply by Gas Companies, J. Fisher, 30
  • - INSTITUTION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS (LONDON):
  • -- Buenos Aires, Local Centre Opened, 170
  • - SCOTTISH CENTRE :
  • -- Inaugural Meeting, 465
  • - INSTITUTION OF MINING AND METALLURGY :
  • -- Gold Modal Awards, 506
  • - INSTITUTION OF MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY ENGINEERS :
  • -- Economies in Road Maintenance, J. Lam, 179
  • -- Gas in relation to the Housing Problem, F. W. Goodenough, 403
  • - INSTITUTION, ROYAL :
  • -- Christmas Juvenile Lecture Programme, Professor J. A. Thomson, 619
  • - SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
  • - BIRMINGHAM AND MIDLAND SECTION :
  • -- Corrosion in Copper and Brass, Dr. O. F. Hudson, 611
  • - SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :
  • -- Appeal for Increase of Membership, 85
  • -- Awards for Papers, 623
  • -- Concrete, Compressive Strength of, Comparison between Sea Water and Fresh, Professor E. R. Matthews, 35
  • - CRYSTAL PALACE ENGINEERING SOCIETY :
  • -- “Wilson Premium” Award, 647

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • - SOCIETY, FARADAY :
  • -- Failure of Metals under Internal or Prolonged Stress, Discussion by Four Societies, 340
  • - SOCIETY, PHYSICAL :
  • -- Annual Joint Exhibition with Optical Society, 650
  • -- Meetings for the Session, 203
  • AUSTRALIA, Electrolytic Smelting Industry, Future Possibilities, 453
  • Australian Grant for Buildings in Future Capital of Canberra, 327
  • Australian Proposal for Protection of New Industries and Joint Production of Tools by British Firms, 637
  • Automobile Association and Motor Union Report, 157
  • Aviation, Civil, Air Ministry’s Report, 661

B

  • BALDWIN’S Toronto Plant Ceases Work for Lack of Hydro-electric Power, 85
  • Bearings, White Metals for, 637
  • Belgium, Industrial Situation Analysed, 403
  • Belt Drive Tables, Buck and Hickman, 502
  • Belting, Method of Eliminating Static Electricity, C. M. Green, 403
  • Bengal Engineering College, Future of, 61
  • Bilbao, Crane-buying Difficulties, 322
  • Blast-furnace Gas, Beneficial Effect of, on Plants, 611
  • Blast-furnaces—see Iron
  • Boiler Explosion and Need of Control, 111
  • Boiler and Tubes, Longer Life with Coal than Oil Burning, 661
  • Boilers and Engines, Repair by Welding, 100
  • Boilers, Standard Marine, 165
  • Bombay Engineering Congress, 106
  • Bonus Wage Payment Scheme of Lambourne and Co., Limited, 479
  • Brassfoundry, Measurement of Casting Temperatures, J. Arnott, 327
  • Brassey’s Annual, 502
  • Brazil Government Subsidy to Promote Chemical Study, 157
  • Brazilian Loan in the United States, Projected, 353
  • BRITISH ENGINEERING STANDARDS ASSOCIATION :
  • - Specifications Adopted for Official Use in South Africa, 453
  • - Standardisation of Test Pieces for Notched Bar Test, 231
  • British Standard Specification for Electrical Cooking Ranges, 157
  • Brussels Ship Canal, 61
  • Buenos Aires Arrangement for Register of Traders, 585

C

  • CABLE Dispute between the Western Telegraph Company and the United States, 661
  • Cadmium, Pre-war Production in Germany Outdone by the United States, 427
  • Calcutta, Inland Harbour at Manicktollah, and Canal System, 35
  • Camellaird-Fullagar Engine, 439
  • Canada and Financial Self-preservation, 327
  • Canada and Government Control of Hydroelectric Power, 203—see also Hydro-electric Power
  • Canada, Graphite Report, 165
  • Canada, Public Ownership on Large Scale in, 585
  • Canada and the West Indies, Preferential Trade Agreement, 427
  • Canadian Trade in Fertilisers, 179
  • Canadian Trent Valley Canal Finished, 111
  • Canal Abandoned and Used for Bed for Hydroelectric Pipe Track, with Railway Above it, 307
  • Canal, New, in France, under Consideration, 661
  • Canal, Part of, Abandoned, 253
  • Canal Schemes, Two, in India, F. L. Milne, 203
  • Canals, Disused, as Ponds for Fish Culture, 605
  • Canals—see also Ministry of Transport
  • Cardiff and Smoke, 314
  • Cartagena, Project for Protection against Inundation, 299
  • Catalogues for Reval, 623
  • Celebration Dinner, 568
  • Celluloid for Knife Handles and Camphor Shortage, 327
  • Cement Jointing for Cast Iron Water Pipes, 377
  • Cement Recovery from Sacks, 61
  • Cement Tests in the United States Standards Bureau, 152
  • Cerium Alloys from Gas Mantle Residues, 661
  • Ceylon’s Hydro-electric Possibilities, 85
  • Chemical Analysis by Use of the Electric Arc, W. R. Mott, 559
  • China and American Enterprise, 403
  • China and Marconi Company, Negotiations for Loan for Wireless Stations, 559
  • China, Tatung Mining Administration, 227
  • Chromium—see Iron and Steel
  • Clay Product Values in the United States, 348
  • Clay, Researches into Physical Properties of, Grant in Aid of, 35
  • CO Detector, Professor C. R. Hoover, 179

COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES :

  • - Air Required for Coal Combustion, Calculation of, 559
  • - Australian Coal for Sweden, 507
  • - Austria’s Low Coal Production, 377
  • - Belgian Congo, Coal Deposits Discovery, 203
  • - British Empire, Coal Resources of, 623
  • - Canada and Expansion of Coal Output, 227

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES (continued) :

  • - China the Sole Country with Increased Coal Production, 301
  • - Coal-loading Apparatus for Venezuelan Port, 61
  • - Coal Prices and Costs, 74
  • - Coke Supply Decrease in Belgium, 353
  • - Congo, Coal and Iron Deposits Discovered, 427
  • - Durham Colliery’s Experience of Increased Labour Force, Decreased Output and Trebled Wages Bill, 353
  • - Eastern Siberia, Reported Coal Discovery, 559
  • - France, Output of Coke in, Consumption, and Imports, 377
  • - French Coal Consumption and Supply, Effect of War and War Treaty, 377
  • - French Coal-mining Statistics, 559
  • - Groundhog Coal Properties, British Columbia, 427
  • - Japan, Estimate of Coal Deposits, 111
  • - Lignite to Replace Coal in Westphalian Electrical Works, 301
  • - Malay Peninsula, Coal Discovery and Mining, 183
  • - Malay Peninsula, Last Year’s Output of Coal, 301
  • - Malay States, Successful Output of Coal at Cheap Rate, 585
  • - Manchurian Coal Mines, Electric Plant Projected for, 533
  • - Mines of Northern France, Clearing of the Dourges Pits, 479
  • - Mines Reclamation at Lens, 301
  • - Nigeria, Udi Coalfield Development, 135
  • - Pulverised Coal for Firing Steel Furnaces, 301
  • - Queensland Coal Statistics, 111
  • - Ruhr Region Coal Production, 611
  • - South African Coal Mines Waste, 507
  • - South African Coal Output, Half in the Middelburg Area, 611
  • - South Wales and Monmouthshire, New Course of Instruction in Coal Mining and Diploma, 179
  • - Tucuman Province, Coal Deposit Discovery, 157
  • - Upper Silesia, Reduced Output of Coal, 585
  • - Workers’ Output, Averages of Various Countries, 353
  • COBALT Bloom Deposit Containing Amalite, Discovery in Manitoba, 11
  • Colloids and Industry, 100
  • Common Sense in Engineering, W. M. McFarland, 258
  • Concrete Aggregate, Use of Slags, 430
  • Concrete Consistency, Simple Apparatus for Determining, 11
  • Concrete, Effects of Rodding and Tapping, 135
  • Concrete Floor Subsidence, Method of Repair, 585
  • Concrete Lining for Irrigation Canals, 637
  • Concrete Posts, Hollow, for Use as Mine “Timbers,” 611
  • Concrete Shipbuilding, Figures of its Failure, 203
  • Concrete Tanks, Sub-surface, Repair of, 327
  • Conveying Machinery, andc., Favourable Opportunity in Sweden for British Manufacturers, 179
  • Coolidge Wrought Tungsten Patent Controversy, 157
  • Copper Mine Reopened in Merionethshire, 11
  • Copper Product of the World, 353
  • Cotton Industry, British, Research Association, What it has Done, 377
  • Cotton-picking Machine in Texas, 403
  • County of London Royal Engineers Volunteers Disbandment and Funds Distribution, 519
  • Crane for Bilbao, Difficult Purchase, 322
  • Crane, Largest Hammer Head Type Fitting- out, 111
  • Crossed Threads, 522
  • Crystal Palace Engineering Feat, 203
  • Crystal Palace Engineering Society, “Wilson Premium” Award, 647
  • Cutlery Research Association, 85, 340

D

  • DANISH Bricks Exchanged for United States Coal, 253
  • Death of Mr. W. H. Taylor, 6
  • Detection of Animate and Inanimate Objects by Heat Radiation, 301
  • “Dewar” Challenge Trophy Awarded to National Benzole Company, 479
  • Diesel Engines, Large Marine, Completed in Germany, 277
  • Divers’ Time Under Water, Chemical Suggestion for Increasing Capacity for Longer Period, 637
  • Divining Rod, A. J. Ellis, 301
  • Dredging Projects and Plant in Argentina, 11
  • Drill Sizes and Equivalents, C. A. Hunton and Sons, 532
  • Dry Dock fpr St. John, New Brunswick, 111
  • “Dry Rot,” 214
  • Duddell Memorial, 439
  • Dunlop Tires Destroyed in Paris Fire, 301
  • Duplicating Documents for Railroad Purposes by Various Methods on Wholesale Scale, 185
  • Dutch Commercial Intelligence Office, 289
  • Dutch East Indies, Forestry Plant and Small Railways, 35
  • Dyes, Synthetic, Inadequate Supply, No Revival of German Trade with Bombay, 277

E

  • ECONOMISER Wreckage by Explosion at Hull, 11
  • Educational Innovation in America, 533

ELECTRICAL MATTERS:

  • - Accounts of the York, Taunton and Sunderland Electricity Departments, 327
  • - Aluminium for Electric Installations, 507
  • - American Electrical Appliances, Exploitation by Houseboat in China, 403
  • - American Large Electrical Power Systems, Analysis of, 179
  • - Auckland Electrical Plant Extension, 327
  • - Austrian Power Station at Strubklamm undot Construction, 661
  • - Birmingham Electric Tramways Statistics, 227
  • - Bolton Electricity Works Additions, 135
  • - Bradford Electricity Works, New Generating Plant, 507
  • - Bridge River Power Site, Vancouver, Development Begun, 61
  • - Burnley Loan for Generating Station Plant, 179
  • - Canadian Government Reduces Licence for Export of Electrical Energy of Three Companies, 585
  • - Cauvery Falls, Development of Power in Mysore, 35
  • - Cauvery Falls, Proposed New Power Stations, 637
  • - Ceylon, Hydro-electric Development in, 377
  • - Charleroi Electrical Trade Improving, 179
  • - Cooking Ranges, Electrical, British Standard Specification for, 157
  • - Cracking in Built-up High-tension Insulators, 85
  • - Eastbourne Electricity Finance, 135
  • - Electricity Supply by Gas Companies, J. Fisher, 30
  • - Ex-Officers Trained for General Electrical Company’s Work, 533
  • - Fulham and Hammersmith Undertakings “Linking Up,” 301
  • - Furnaces Used for Manufacture of Potash and Phosphoric Acid, 35
  • - Garlearini’s Rotating Arc Lamp, 301
  • - Generating Plant for Manchurian Coal Mines, 533
  • - Generators, Air Propeller Driven, in American War Aeroplanes, 637
  • - George Montefiore Prize Offer, 157
  • - German Electrical Company’s Increased Dividend, 533
  • - German Electrical Industry Position, 179
  • - Gigantic Power Scheme Proposed for Eastern United States, 111
  • - Glasgow Electrical Deficit, 227
  • - Glass Insulator Tests, 479
  • - Greenock as a Power Centre for Renfrewshire, 479
  • - High Voltage by San Francisco Company, 533
  • - Italian Consumption of Electrical Energy, 277
  • - Japan Erecting Power Stations for Train Operation, 111
  • - Japanese Electrical Enterprise Statistics, 479
  • - Japanese Electric Industry and Water Power Rights, 533
  • - Lamp, High-voltage, New Form of, 253
  • - Linking-up Scattered Water Power Resources, Dr. Steinmetz, 203
  • - London County Council Electrical Supply Statistics, 253
  • - Loughborough Corporation Electricity Supply Extension, 135
  • - Maps pf Electrical Districts in Request, 111
  • - Melbourne Electric Company Orders Tramway Rails from America, 277
  • - Motor Tricycles, Electric, for Swiss Posta Work, 510
  • - Nationalisation of German Electrical Under takings, 533
  • - Norwich, Proposed New Electricity Works, 453
  • - Nottingham’s New Electric Power Station, 403 ; Additional Expenditure, 661
  • - Oil Switches, Rating and Design of, 327
  • - Photometer, Electric, New Device, 403
  • - Portobello New Generating Station, Capacity, 327
  • - Pretoria, Extensive New Power Scheme, 11
  • - Punjab and Cheap Electric Power, F. L. Milne, 203
  • - Refractories for Electric Furnaces, 507
  • - Research Committee. Electrical, New Developments, 253
  • - Research Licence—see Scientific
  • - Shanghai Municipal Electrical Undertaking, 111
  • - Southampton Electricity Undertaking Revenue 427
  • - South-East Lancashire Electric Development Schemes, 11
  • - Spanish Extensive Electrical Installations under Construction, 157
  • - Surveys for Water Power Electric Generating Plant in Vancouver, 11
  • - Swedish Electrical Industries Demand Protective Import Duty, 533
  • - Swiss Increase in Electricity Charges, 253
  • - Tests on 3.5-Ton “Orwell” Electric Vehicle, 111
  • - “Thermalloy” and Necessary Precautions with Electrical Machinery, 427
  • - Transmission of Electrical Energy, Limiting Voltage, 327
  • - Transmission of Electric Power instead of Coal from Belgium to Italy, Proposal, 301
  • - Turbo-generator Failures and their Cause 135
  • - Welding, Electro-percussive, D. F. Miner, 637
  • - Wellington, New Zealand, Loan for Power Plant Extension, 157
  • - West Ham Electricity Report, 179
  • - Westphalian Electrical Works, Proposal lo Use Lignite instead of Coal, 301
  • ELECTROLYTIC Smelting Industry in Australia, 453
  • Electro-magnetism, Centenary of Discovery by Oersted, 296
  • Empire Motor Fuels Committee, Inquiries into Use of Alcohol, 353
  • Empire Press Conference in Newfoundland, Telephonic Communication with England, 85
  • Engineering Standards Association—see British and also Italy
  • Engines, Diesel, Limited to Small Sizes, 258

Exhibitions:

  • - Algiers, Agricultural Exhibition Project, 427
  • - British Industries Fairs, 100, 507
  • - Civic Survey Diagrams Exhibition, 435, 545
  • - Commercial Fair at Brussels, 647
  • - Dominions Touring Exhibition, 146
  • - French Products Exhibition in London, 61
  • - International Agricultural Exhibition at Rovigo, Italy, 135
  • - International Motor Show in the Dutch East Indies, 35
  • - Luxemburg, Exhibition of Agricultural Machinery, 227
  • - Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition at Olympia, 61, 110
  • - Paris International Aeronautical Exhibition, 227
  • - Peruvian International Industrial Exhibition, 453
  • - Physical and Optical Societies’ Annual Joint Exhibition, 650
  • - Timber Grown in British Empire Exhibition, 11, 48
  • EXPLOSION of a Drying Cylinder, 478
  • Explosions and Value of Isolating Valves, 611
  • Explosives, Conveyance of, in Petrol-driven Vehicles, 559

F

  • FACTORY Department of Home Office, Reorganisation, 203
  • Fairs—see Exhibitions
  • FEDERATION OF BRITISH INDUSTRIES :
  • - Meeting to Consider Question of Steam Ferry Across the North Sea, 111, 277
  • - Membership, Analysis of, 33
  • - Packing in Wire Netting as Protection from Theft, 606
  • Fertiliser Manufacture near Cape Town, 559
  • Finnish Industries, Increasing Production, 327
  • Finsbury Technical College Defence Committee, 600
  • Fire Extinguishers, Danger of Carbon Tetrachloride in Confined Spaces. 479
  • Fire Retardent Paints Tried in United States for Forest Protection, 85
  • Fish Propagation in Ponds Formed from Old Canals, 605
  • Fish Quarrel at Mevagissey, 253
  • Floating Dock, 10,000-Ton, for Schiedam, 106
  • Ford Cars, 4000 a Day Capacity Aimed at, 179
  • Ford Company’s Free Technical Institute, 277
  • Ford Company Motor Ploughs for Germany, 661
  • Ford Motor, Price Reductions, 327
  • Freezing of Leakage Water, Unexpected Effect, 11
  • French Arsenal at Lorient to be Handed Over to Private Industry, 111
  • French Cities, Rebuilding Changes, 636
  • French Colonies and France, Wireless Connection Projected, 157
  • French Explosives, Proposal for Storage at the Bottom of a Lake, 507
  • Fuel Research Board, Conclusions as to Power Alcohol, andc., 111
  • Furnaces, Electric—see Electrical Matters
  • Fused Quartz, Development and Physical Properties, 427

G

  • GAS Coke in relation to Cheap Power and Smoke Abatement, E. W. Nicol, 453
  • Gas at 1s. 6d. per 1000 cubic feet, less Discount, 308
  • Gas, Electricity Supply by,’ J. Fisher, 30
  • Gas for Lighting and Heating Obtained from Wheat, 327, 637
  • Gas and Motor Fuel Production from Straw, 533
  • Gas and Valuable By-products from Wheat Straw, 637
  • George Montefiore Prize Re-offered, 157
  • German Conscription of Labour Proposed, 353
  • German Income Tax Closes Motor Car Works in Wurtemburg, 227
  • German Labour Cost and Output Statistics, 253
  • German Patents in Japan on Sale, 35
  • German Powerful Wireless Telegraph Company in Buenos Aires, 227
  • German Shipbuilding and Metal Industries, 403
  • Germany and United Kingdom. Imports and Exports since the Armistice, 135
  • Germany’s Trade with China Reviving, 559
  • Graphical Representation of Variable Quan¬tities, Professor Douglas, 35
  • Graphite in Canada, 165
  • Graphite Deposits, Extensive, in Western Australia, 135
  • Graphite as Preventive of Scale in Boilers, 227
  • Greek Government Scheme for Improvement of Smyrna Ports, 479
  • Greek Industries and Hydraulic Energy, 403
  • Guatemala as Field for British Trade, 511

H

  • HAITI, Proposed Wharf at Saint Marc, 203
  • Harbour at Bratislava on the Danube, 111
  • Harbour Improvement Scheme for Hamilton, Ontario, 61
  • Heat from Dust Destructor Utilised for Driving Compressors for Sewage, Colonel Prescott, 661
  • Helium Gas, Excessive Cost of Production, 92
  • Helium Gas, Possible Cheap Production at Calgary, 11
  • Horse-power in Water Power of Various Coun¬tries Compared, 403
  • House of Commons Committee on Smoke Abatement, 11, 22
  • House Refuse Collection Cost, 637
  • Howrah Bridge Reconstruction, 637
  • Hydraulic Machinery, 519
  • Hydro-electric Development in Ceylon, 377
  • Hydro-electric Development in Japan, 533
  • Hydro-electric Development Schemes, 403
  • Hydro-electrical Plants, Reduced Utility in Drought and Severe Weather, French Experiences, 661
  • Hydro-electric Power Possibilities and Government Control, in Canada, 203, 507, 585
  • Hydro-electric Scheme, Lochaber, 507
  • Hydro-electric Works at Linton Locks, York, 403

I

  • ICEBREAKER, Proposed Purchase by Sweden, 427
  • Illumination—see National
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology, Department of Aeronautics, 462
  • Indian Concession on Condition of Hydroelectric Irrigation Plant Erection, 203
  • INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION, INSTITUTE OF :
  • - Industrial Question, Address by Viscount Haldane, 416
  • - Road Transport as an Aid to Industrial Management, R. Twelvetrees, 533
  • Industrial Alcohol from Bassia Flowers, 446
  • Industrial Centres and Water Power Remoteness, 403
  • Industrial Christian Fellowship, Labour’s Call, Meeting, 479
  • INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE :
  • - Dinner, 309
  • - Week-end Conferences, 91
  • Industrial Nottingham, 235
  • Institutions—see Associations, andc. Insurance Bicentenary, 48
  • International Communications Conference, Preliminary Meeting at Washington, 301
  • International Institute of Refrigeration, 24
  • International Patents Office in Brussels, 507
  • Inventors and Inventions, State-aided, Committee to Consider Question of, 111
  • Ireland, Utilisation of Water Power in Donegal, 174

IRON AND STEEL:

  • - Argentine Large New Ironworks, 157
  • - Australia’s Beginnings of Large Steel Industry, 453
  • - Bilbao Iron Industries and the Italian Market, 327
  • - Boron in Steel Manufacture, 479
  • - Brazil Iron Ore Deposits, 135
  • - British Columbia, Iron and Steel Industry, 479
  • - British Columbia, Rolling Mills and Blastfurnaces for Steel Manufacture, 327
  • - Broken Hilll, Australia, New Steel Plant, 301
  • - Canadian New Blast-furnaces on the Detroit River, 111
  • - Cast Steel Wheels for Railways, Japanese Experiments, 277
  • - China, Blast-furnaces in, 403
  • - Chinese Iron Ore and Pig Iron Production, 35
  • - Congo, Coal and Iron Deposits Discovery, 427
  • - Coolidge Wrought Tungsten Patent Dispute, 157
  • - Copper Addition to Iron and Steel to Minimise Corrosion, 507
  • - Electrolytic Iron, Liability to Defects, 61
  • - Fricktal Iron Ore Deposits in Switzerland, Re-discovery, 585
  • - German Shipbuilding Steel from the United States, 157
  • - Hadfield Sink-head Ingots for Rail Manufacture, Tests in America, 661
  • - High Chromium Steel Research Results, 135
  • - Hoskins Iron and Steel Company’s Land Purchase, N.S.W., 611
  • - Iceland Iron Ore Deposits, 135
  • - Ironfoundries, Geographical Distribution in the United Kingdom, 353
  • - Iron Ore Exports from France, Statistics, 301
  • - Iron Ore Exports from Gaellivare Orefields, 487
  • - Iron Ore Reduction, Investigations by Professor Stansfield, 135
  • - Iron and Steel Exports of this Country and America, Comparison, 479
  • - Japan Thick Steel Plate Plant, 135, 179
  • - Japanese Government Ironworks Undertakings, 453
  • - Manganese Bronze Production, 111
  • - Manganese Exports from India, 568
  • - Manganese Export from Minas Geraes, New Law, 533
  • - Newcastle, New South Wales, Prediction of Great Future for, 427
  • - New Zealand Iron Trade Development, 507
  • - Nichrome, Metallic Alloy, 301
  • - Nickel and Chromium Bearing Iron Ores in Dutch East Indies, 11
  • - Nickel Deposits on Aluminium and its Alloys, Tests in France, 85
  • - Nickelling Aluminium, Process for, 611
  • - Notched Bar Test Pieces, Standardised, 231
  • - Pig Iron and Steel Output in the United Kingdom, 85, 222, 479, 536, 611
  • - Plate Mill, Reversing Universal, Installed in Ontario, 227
  • - Queensland, State Iron and Steel Works, 253, 277
  • - Railway Rates and Iron and Steel Trade, 203
  • - Rio Manganese Orc Exports, Falling Off due to War and High Freights, 157
  • - Seattle, U.S.A., New Steel Works under Construction, 142
  • - Steel Furnaces Run with Pulverised Coal in Canada, 301
  • - Steel Output—see Pig Iron
  • - Steel Rail Imports into the United Kingdom, 559
  • - Steel Research Report, 106
  • - Swedish Iron Ore Imports into Germany, 157
  • - Swedish Iron Ore Exports, 253
  • - Swedish Iron and Steel Output, Imports and Exports, 1914 and 1920, 301
  • - Swiss Search for and Discovery of Iron Orc Deposits, 559
  • - Tool Steel from Detinned Scrap, 227
  • - Vancouver, Coast Range Steel Company, 558
  • - Volcanic Iron Sand fdr Steel Manufacture, 474
  • IRRIGATION Canals, Lining with Concrete, 637
  • Irrigation in India, Glossary of Technical Terms, 533
  • Irrigation in Return for Concession to Indian Prince, 203
  • Isolating Valves Value in Explosions, 611
  • Italian Automobile Importation, Government Regulation 637
  • Italian Desire for British Machinery, 157
  • Italian Exemption from Customs Duty of Certain Construction Materials, 611
  • Italian Motor Cars’ Severe Tests at Turin, 179
  • Italy to Adopt Idea of Engineering Standards Committee, 157

J

  • JAPAN, Labour Conditions in, 135
  • Japanese Government to Introduce Metric System, 611
  • Japanese Harbour of Shimidzu, Largest Tea Export Port, Reconstruction, 533
  • Japanese Successful Experiments on Timber for Termite Resistance, 227
  • Japan’s Share in Surrendered German Aircraft, 277
  • Jet of Water at High Pressure, New Uses of, 377

K

  • KILINDINI, East Africa, Government Wharf Scheme for, 211, 227
  • King’s College Engineering Society Dinner, 502
  • King’s College Old Students’ Association, Luncheon, 462
  • Krupp Works Profit and its Disposal, 661

L

  • LA PLATA Port, Government Vote for Im¬provement, 157
  • La Rochelle Loan for Port Improvement at La Pollice, 253
  • Lathes, Handy Tool for Use with, 611
  • Launderers’ Research—see Scientific
  • Lead Brittleness by Contact with an Electrolyte, 85
  • Lead Poisoning and IV7omen, 203
  • Lead, Remedy for Tendency to Sag or Creep, 157
  • Leather Manufacturers—see Scientific Research
  • Leeds University Appeal, 571, 637
  • Lifeboat Service and Lack of Support from Shipping Firms, 277
  • Lightning Flash, The Origin and Energy of the, Dr. Steinmetz, 584
  • Lightning, and Soils Struck Most Frequently, Statistics, 35
  • Lignite Briquettes from Alberta, 85
  • Locomotive Turntable, 92ft. long, Lifting and Removal, 35
  • London Assurance, 48

M

  • MACHINE Tool Exhibition—see Exhibitions
  • Machine Tool Output in Great Britain in 1919, 35
  • Magnesia Cement for Coating Mine Timbers, 479
  • Magnetic Elements and Atomic Weight, 61
  • Manchester Housing Rapid Concrete Building, 353
  • Manganese—see Iron and Steel
  • Map to Aid Industrial Vehicle Road Transport, 192
  • Marine Engineers’ Bravery, 170
  • Melbourne’s Projected Large Gasworks, 327
  • Metal and Mineral Production of Canada, Reduction in Estimate of Value, 85
  • Metals, Failure of, Under Internal or Prolonged Stress, Discussion by Four Societies, 340
  • Mica Discovery on Cape Breton Island, 377
  • Mine Sweeping in the Kattegat and in the North Sea, 135
  • Mine Timbers Replaced by Hollow Concrete Posts, 611
  • Mine Water Settlement Prior to Pumping, J. Whitehouse, 61
  • Mines Death-rate Statistics, Above and Below Sixteen Years of Age, 559
  • Mines, Stenches as Warning, 611
  • Miner’s Lamp, German Prize Offered, but No Award, 353
  • Mineral Production in South Africa, 377
  • Mining Law, Proposed Series of Volumes on, 353
  • Mining Record in U.S.A., 10
  • Ministry of Mines Bill, 100
  • Ministry of Munitions, Disposal Board Sales of Railway Rolling Stock, 17
  • Ministry of Munitions and Ministry of Shipping, Joint Memorandum on Finance, 611
  • MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT : —see also Railways
  • - Canal, Part of, Abandoned, 253
  • - Canal Undertakings and the Transport Act, 114
  • - Inland Waterways Committee, New Member Appointed, 85 ; Beginning of Investigations, 135
  • - Omnibus and Tramways Competition, 111, 143
  • Mombasa’s Big Schemes for Harbour and Railway Construction, 227
  • Mono-rail Tramway—see Railways
  • Monte Video Port, Cost of Additional Works, 227
  • Motor Car Imports into India Chiefly from the United States, 585
  • Motor Omnibuses for New York, Opposition to Establishment of, 277
  • Motor Show, International, in the Dutch East Indies, 41
  • Motor Transport Conference, Imperial, 252
  • Motor Tricycles, Electric, for Swiss Postal Work, 510

N

  • NAPHTHALENE Solutions, L. S. Palmer, 603
  • National Illumination Committee of Great Britain, 22
  • Newcomen Society, First Meeting, Literature of Historical Engineering, E. W. Hulmc, 403
  • News Transmission by Wireless Telephony and Telegraphy, Post Office Experiments, 611
  • New Zealand Government Aid for Petroleum Prospecting, 637
  • Niagara Falls, Gigantic Dam Suggested, 585
  • Nickel—see also Iron and Steel
  • Nickelling Aluminium, Process for, 611
  • Nitrogen for France, Government Negotiations for Haber Process Patents, 179
  • Northampton Polytechnic Institute, 545
  • Nottingham, Industrial, 235

O

  • OIL Depot Erection in Paris, 427
  • Oil Pipe Line of Mexico, Suggested Exclusion of Foreign Powers and Warships, 585
  • Oil Pipe Mileage of Mexico, 353
  • Omnibus and Tramways Competition, 111, 143
  • Ontario New Water Power Plant, 135
  • Optical Instruments, Elements, Committee’s Standardisation Report, 522
  • Origin and Energy of the Lightning Flash, Dr. C. P. Steinmefz, 584

P

  • PAINT, Bituminous, as the Best Rust Preventive, 277
  • Palm Oil and Kernels, Various Uses of, 661
  • Panama Canal Navigation Imperilled by Unusual Drought, 135
  • Panama Canal Statistics, 408
  • Paris in Dummy Form, War Camouflage, 479
  • Patent Conference in Brussels, Office for International Patents, 507
  • Patent Office Applications Increase, 227
  • Patent Office Library, 288
  • Patent Specifications, Printing Changes, 61
  • Peat Deposits of Canada, Investigations, 253
  • Peat Output in Sweden, 637
  • Peat Production and Use by Swedish State Railways, 157
  • Peat Values in Ireland, Professor P. F. Purcell, 507
  • Peruvian New Seaport in Bay of Maratani, 611
  • Petrol, Price of, 252
  • Petroleum Boring in Scotland, Delay at West Calder, 377
  • Petroleum Boring in West Lothian, 301
  • Plate Mill—see Iron
  • Platinum Find of High Value in Cape Colony, 453
  • Platinum Group of Metals, Survey, A. D. Lumb, 637
  • Port of London Congestion, Situation Improving, 507
  • Potash Recovery from Cement Kiln Fume, Attempted, 157
  • Powder Factory in Santiago de Chili, 111
  • Power Alcohol Supplies, 106
  • Power Generation by Mercury Vapour, American Experiments, 479
  • Power Plant, Bridge River, British Columbia, 227
  • Power Supply for Toronto, 507
  • Presentation at Kilmarnock, 623
  • Presentation to Professor F. Bacon, 642
  • Professional Classes War Relief Council, 439
  • Professors Attend Lectures by Manufacturers, 533
  • Pulp Production from African Softwoods, 85
  • Punch Press Accidents, A Safety Device, 403

Q

  • QUEBEC Bridge Report and Illustrations, 24
  • Queensland’s Large Irrigation Scheme, 277
  • Queensland State Iron and Steel Works, 253, 277

R

  • RADIO Research—see Scientific
  • Railless Trolley Car for Bradford, 507

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS :

  • - Accidents;
  • -- Buffer Stop Collision at Cambridge, 403
  • -- Buffer Stop Collision on the Great Western Railway, Report, 533
  • -- Buffer Stop Collision at Littlehampton, London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 157, 179
  • -- Buffer Stop Collision at Wimbledon, 403, 637
  • -- Caledonian Railway Collision Report, 277
  • -- Collision on the Barry Railway, Report, 533
  • -- Collision at Hatfield, Great Northern Railway, 403
  • -- Collisions at Margate and in North Wales, 301
  • -- Derailment on the Metropolitan Railway due to Fog, 427
  • -- Derailment in the United States, 226
  • -- Fireman as Temporary Driver as the Cause of Accident, 157
  • -- French Railway Accident, Disastrous, 377, 427, 533
  • -- Heathfield Station, London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, Derailment, 34
  • -- Indian Train Accident less Disastrous than Supposed, 301
  • -- Inquiries into Accidents by Ministry of Transport, Suggested, 253
  • -- Lostock Junction Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Collision, 85, 111, 157
  • -- Madras and Bangalore Train Wilfully Derailed, Fatal Disaster, 433
  • -- Midland Railway Double Collision, 377
  • -- Missing Tail Lamp and Averted Accident, 377
  • -- Piston Valve Fracture on a Caledonian Engine Brake, 11

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued)

  • - Accidents (continued):
  • -- Six Accidents, Reports, 135
  • -- Stourbridge, Unusual Accident at, 377
  • - Air Brake, New, Adoption in America, 507
  • - Air Brakes, German Type, for Swedish State Railways, 179
  • - Air Service of the United States to Undertake Railway Surveys, 453
  • - Amalgamation of Railway Companies, 637
  • - American Locomotives, Oilices for Sale of, Established in Johannesburg, 585
  • - Appointments and Staff Changes, 11, 68, 80, 179, 327, 403, 507, 559, 585, 637
  • - Australia, Committee to Settle Railway Gauge Question, 327
  • - Australian Railway Mileage and Gauge Uniformity, 403
  • - Automatic Train Control, Committee Appointed, 507
  • - Barcelona to Tarrasa,. Electrification, 507
  • - Belgian and Dutch Loan for Chinese Railway Construction, 559
  • - Belgian Railways, Rolling Stock Purchases, 227
  • - Belgian State Railways, Electrification, 215
  • - Bengal-Nagpur Railway Company to Construct Harbour at Vizagapatam, 479
  • - Bengal-Nagpur Railway, Survey for New Line, 585
  • - Bicycles and Cloak-room Law, 135
  • - Blackpool Corporation and Railway Negotiations, 453
  • - Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, Suburban Electrification, 27
  • - Bombay Housing and the Bombay-Baroda Railway Wharf, Rival Need of Land, 11
  • - Brakes—see Air Brakes
  • - British Columbia Viaduct on the Pacific and Great Eastern Railway, 111
  • - Brixton, Loughborough Junction, Elephant and Castle and Ludgate Hill Communication Restored, 353
  • - Brunei’s Timber Viaducts Exchanged for Steel, 559
  • - Buenos Aires Railways, Oil-working Company, 537
  • - Canadian Government to Become Owner of World’s Largest Railway System, 277
  • - Canadian National Railway Mileage, 585
  • - Canadian Pacific Railway Oil Shortage, Re- conversionof Oil-burning Locomotives and Steamships to Coal Burning, 661
  • - Canadian Railway Finance, Twelve Years’ Statistics, 327
  • - Canton-Hankow New Branch Line, 11
  • - Central Argentine Railway, Fuel Question, 507
  • - Central Argentine Railway, Projected Electrification, 227
  • - Central of Brazil Railway Electrification, 611
  • - Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Mistake, 637
  • - Channel Tunnel Problem, 227
  • - Char-a-bancs versus Railway Cost, 403
  • - Charing Cross, Underground, Additional Subways and Stairs, 135, 637
  • - Chilean Railway Proposed from Antofagasta to Salta, Argentina, 353
  • - Chilean State Railways, Projected Electrification, Bids Invited, 514
  • - China Clay from Fowey (Cornwall) to United States, 585
  • - China Clay Question and Railway in Cornwall, 377
  • - Chinese State Railways, Standardisation under Consideration, 35
  • - Christinas Holidays, Reduced Fares, 585
  • - Clapham Common Station, Escalators Installed, 403
  • - Cloak-room Law, 227
  • - Compound Locomotives, Questions of Fuel Economy and Engine Maintenance, 277
  • - Corporation Tax and the Railways, 85
  • - Czecho-Slovakia Building Locomotives and other Rolling Stock, 227
  • - Death of Mr. H. G. Bell, North-Eastern Railway, 403
  • - Death of Lord Bessborough, 585
  • - Death of Mr. W. H. Macnamara, 301
  • - Death of Mr. Neville Priestley, 611
  • - Death of Mr. F. C. Tipler, 327
  • - Deaths of Scottish Railway Veterans, 11
  • - Doors on the Metropolitan Railway, 559
  • - Dyke Branch, London and South-Western Railway, Re-opening, 85
  • - Ealing Broadway Station for Central London Railway Extension, 85
  • - Early African Railways, Dates of Opening, 479
  • - Eastern Bengal Railway, Survey for New Line, 585
  • - Ecuador Government Concession and Proposed Railway, 301
  • - Egyptian State Railways’ Finance, 203
  • - Electric Locomotives, Swedish State Railways’ Order, 253
  • - Employees’ Suggestions for Railway Working, 69
  • - Excursion Facilities Financially Justified, 485
  • - Excursion Trains Resume Running, 157
  • - Express Trains to the North, Changes, 17
  • - Fares Increase, 111, 135
  • - Fares Increase in London Area, 276
  • - Federated Malay States Railways, Gross and Net Receipts in 1919, 327
  • - Finance—see also Ministry of Transport
  • - Fire at Crewe Signal Box, 277
  • - Fire Destruction of Electric Passenger Coaches on the North-Eastern Railway, 85
  • - Fireless Shunting Engine, 352
  • - First-class Passengers, Percentage of their Accommodation and Payments, 227
  • - Fish from Aberdeen, Accelerated Transit, 61
  • - Fish Traffic by Rail Doubled since 1913, 11
  • - Fish Traffic and Scarcity of Vans, 203
  • - Freight Traffic Statistics, Great Britain, 198
  • - French Goods Train, Continuous Brakes for, 427
  • - French Railway Commissions on Railway Electrification, Estimate of Cost, 179
  • - Fruit-pickers, Tickets Concession, 61
  • - Furness Railway and Barrow Docks, Efforts at Port Development, 301
  • - Furness Railway Exchanges Steamers for Motor Omnibuses, 559
  • - Gattie System in America, 353
  • - Gauge Question in Australia, Committee of Experts to be Appointed, 327
  • - German Firm Building Locomotives for the Soviet Government, 277

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • - Glasgow Corporation Tramways, Revenue Report, 85
  • - Goods, Delay or Short Delivery, Legal Decision, 35
  • - Government and the Railways, Mr. Lloyd George, 135, 157
  • - Grand Trunk Railway Lines, Disposal Question, 227
  • - Gratitude on an American Railway, 453
  • - Great Eastern Railway Requests for Suggestions as to Improvements, 427
  • - Great Indian Peninsula Railway, Suburban Electrification, 35, 85
  • - Great Northern Railway Engines for Sale, 277
  • - Great Northern Railway, Bogie-saving System, Mr. H. N. Gresley, 453
  • - Great Northern Railway and Future of the Railways, 54
  • - Great Northern Railway Shareholders, Meeting, 111
  • - Great Western Company’s New Service, 227
  • - Great Western Short Line in Cornwall, 111
  • - Great Western Steamer St. David Under Repair, 403
  • - Grouping Railways no Economy, Sir A. Pease, 637
  • - Highland Railway News vid America, 453
  • - Highland Railway and Slow Services, 85
  • - Holyhead Inner Harbour Deepening Not Yet Begun, 559
  • - Holyhead Inner Harbour Deepening Scheme Sanctioned by Ministry of Transport, 675
  • - Hop Exchange Fire and South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, 453
  • - Hudson Bay Railway Construction, Prospect of Resumption of Work, 661
  • - Hull and Barnsley Railway, Provisional Amalgamation with the North-Eastern, 661
  • - Hustler at Victoria, District, Station, 135
  • - Indian Railway Administration, Committee Not Yet Appointed, 157, 453
  • - Indian Railways, Suggested Transference of Directorate from England to India, 35
  • - Indian State Railways’ Earnings, 585
  • - Irish Mails Conveyance, New Contract, 533, 559
  • - Irish Railwaymen and Military Traffic, 637
  • - Irish Railways Not to Come Under Proposed Legislation, 95
  • - Jamaica, Proposed Railway Electrification, 111
  • - Japanese Railway Department Erecting Power Stations, 111, 227
  • - Japanese Ten Years’ Scheme for Railway Improvement, 111
  • - Lancashire and Yorkshire Electrification, Proposed Extension, 215
  • - Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, First- class Day Excursion Tickets, 179
  • - Landslip on Midland Main Line, 377
  • - Leeds City Train ways’ Report, 161
  • - Legion of Honour for English Railway Official, 585
  • - Level Crossings over Public Highways, 35
  • - Light Railway Proposals Rejected, 11
  • - Locomotive Bar Frames and Plate Frames, G. G. Elliott, 637
  • - Locomotive Fitted with Steam Turbine, 460
  • - Locomotive Orders for Germany, 253
  • - Locomotive Quick Cleaning on South African Railways, 661
  • - Locomotives Available for Work and in Stock, Figures for Principal Railways, 353, 661
  • - London, Brighton and South Coast Gasmaking Plant for Sale, 277
  • - London, Brighton and South Coast Railway Scheme for Electrification of the Whole Line, 585
  • - London, Brighton and South Coast Steamer’s Quick Journeys to Brighton, 403
  • - L.C.C. Tram Working Expenses, 61, 85
  • - London Electric Railway Companies (Faros, andc.) Bill, 168, 203
  • - London Electric Railways, Increased Fares and Increased Receipts, 377
  • - London and South-Western, Guildford Electrification Scheme Postponed, 35
  • - London and South-Western “Trailer” Cars, Number Increased, 301
  • - London, Tilbury and Southend Section of the Midland Railway, 396
  • - Lorain Surface Contact System or Overhead Lines, Pros and Cons, at Wolverhampton, 11
  • - Manchester Tramways Report, 85
  • - Mechanical Coaling Plants for Locomotives, 305
  • - Metropolitan District Railway New Cars, 637
  • - Metropolitan Railway Doors, A Change, 559
  • - Metropolitan Railway Lectures, Dr. Henry Chellew, 507
  • - Miners’ Strike Turns Big Railway Surplus into Deficit, 585
  • - MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT :
  • -- Accident Reports—see Accidents
  • -- “Actual Fare,” Printing of Tickets, 179
  • -- Amalgamation of Hull and Barnsley and the North-Eastern Railways, Proposal, 35, 85
  • -- Ambulance Trains Offered for Sale, 253
  • -- Anniversary of Ministry of Transport Bill, 179
  • -- Basingstoke and Alton Light Railway, Reopening Debated, 585
  • -- Central Authority for London Traffic, Projected Bill, 35
  • -- Central Wages Board, Proposed Further Increase, 353—see also Wages
  • -- Claim Decision between Government and North-Eastern Railway, 85
  • -- Coal Strike to Cost Taxpayers Two Millions or More a Week, 427, 479, 585
  • -- Committee on Railway Agreements, 507
  • -- Cost and Efficiency Figures Tabulated with View to Economy 533
  • -- Counsel Retained for Railway Companies before the Rates Advisory Committee, 157
  • -- Current and Arrear Maintenance, Forty Millions Payable by Government, 507
  • -- Disposal Board Salos of Railway Stock, and Ministry of Transport, Mr. Bonar Law, 17
  • -- Economies n Railway Working Claimed by Ministry of Transport, 453
  • -- Excursion Trains and Railway Non Possumus, 135

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continned);

  • - MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT (continued):
  • -- Fares Refunding Question, 111
  • -- Fish Thrown Back to Sea, Unwarranted Criticism of Railway 253
  • -- Future Powers of the State in relation to Railways, 656
  • -- Gattie System, Containers in Cincinnati, 353
  • -- Grouping the Railways, Alternative Proposals, 611
  • -- Holyhead Harbour and the Ministry, 559, 675
  • -- Irish Ministry of Transport, Mr. Burgess’ New Appointment, 179
  • -- Iron and Steel Industry and Railway Rates, 203
  • -- Local Interests and Reduction in Railway Repairing Shops, 661
  • -- Locomotive Shortage due to Arrears of Repairs, 157
  • -- London, Brighton and South Coast Meeting, Lord Bessborough on the Government Scheme, 533
  • -- L.C.C. Tramway Deficit, Deputation to Sir Eric Geddes, 61, 85
  • -- Mid-week Cheaper Ticket Proposal Rejected, 85
  • -- Northumberland, Proposals for Series of New Railways, 585
  • -- Obsolete Rolling Stock, Disposal of, 85
  • -- Railway Companies’ Association and Sir Eric Geddes, 479, 533
  • -- Railway Executive Committee Replaced by Railway Advisory Committee, 479
  • -- Railway Expenditure, Analysis, 585
  • -- Railway Expenditure, Mistake, 637
  • -- Railway Expenditure, Lord Colwyn’s Committee, 507, 559, 585
  • -- Railway Finance Statistics, 61, 203, 211, 277, 353, 559
  • -- Railway Operating Statistics, 17, 61, 111, 157, 253, 327, 353, 507, 533, 559, 670
  • -- Rates Advisory Committee, 35, 51, 111, 135, 157, 179, 231, 277, 301, 377, 381, 559, 611
  • -- Revaluation of Railways Impracticable at Present, 327
  • -- Scottish Railways and Government Management, Sir Eric Geddes, 84
  • -- Staff Concessions and Rates Increase, 203
  • -- Subsidiary Businesses of Railways, Wholesale Losses, 157
  • -- Suggested Inquiries into Accidents, 253
  • -- Sunday Travelling, Sir E. Geddes, 61, 157
  • -- Trade Disturbance and Self-supporting Railways, 203
  • -- Traffic Increase by Rail and Road, Sir E. Geddes, 11
  • -- Traffic Regulation, Lancashire and Yorkshire Scheme, Proposed Adoption by London, 61
  • -- Trams and Omnibuses, Competition, Committee to Consider, 111; Conference, 143
  • -- Tramway and Light Railway, White Paper Statistics, 611
  • -- Tramway Statistics of the United Kingdom, 187
  • -- Tunnel under the Solent, Would it Pay ? 203
  • -- Twenty-four-hour Notation System, 61
  • -- Unprofitable Branch Lines, Sir E. Geddes, 61
  • -- Wages Board Awards and Traffic Finance, 301, 353
  • -- Wagon Supply Shortage Remedied, 19
  • -- White Paper Railway Statistics, Statement Asked for, 611
  • -- Workmen’s Fares, New Scale and New Concession, 179
  • - Mono-rail Electric Tramway Proposed for Tokyo, 11
  • - Motor Vehicles and Taxation, 135
  • - National Union of Railwaymen, Report, Cost of Strike, 30
  • - Nationalisation of Railways and Mr. Churchill, 479
  • - Nationalisation of Railways, Government Decision, 111
  • - Netherlands East Indies State Railways and Tramways Development, 656
  • - Netherlands Railway, Electrification Proposed, 301
  • - Netherlands Railways, Control to be Transferred to the State, 637
  • - New South Wales Railway Commissioners’ Annual Report, 533
  • - New Zealand Electrification, English Contract for, 288
  • - New Zealand Railways, Government Report on Finances of, 665
  • - New Zealand Rolling Stock Ordered from Great Britain, 427
  • - North-Eastern Railway and the Railway Companies’ Association, 661
  • - Northern Railway of France, War Traffic Facilitation, 427
  • - Northern Railway of France, Wholesale War Damage and Rapid Process of Repair, 403
  • - Nord-Sud Underground (Paris), Statistics, 227
  • - North - Eastern Railway Electrification Scheme, Experiments, 11
  • - Oil-burning Locomotives, Tests in Progress, 179
  • - Oil Fuel for Locomotives, 304
  • - Oil Locomotives Conversion to Coal Burners, in Texas, 203
  • - Outer Circular Electric Railway for London, Proposal by Mr. Alex. Ross, 479
  • - Paris-Orleans Locomotives, Fifty Ordered from America, 559
  • - Passenger Statistics, Mistaken Figures, 377
  • - Passenger Traffic,United Kingdom, Statistics, 203
  • - Passenger Train Mileage for 1913 and 1920, 85, 203
  • - Penzance Viaduct Replacement, 427
  • - Piccadilly Tube New Cars Starting Arrange ment, 611
  • - Prague, Large Orders for Goods Wagons from the United States, 227
  • - Presentation to Mr. J. H. Robinson, 227
  • - “Privilege Tickets” Question, 210
  • - Profits on Railway Refreshments in 1919, 85
  • - Pullman Cars on the Great Eastern Railway, 533
  • - Pulverised Coal. Italian locomotives Fitted or Burning, 11

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • - Queensland Railway Locomotives, Tenders Invited, 559
  • - Queensland Railways’ Development, Anticipated 4000 Miles Journey by Rail. 427
  • - Railless Electric Traction, Possibilities of, R. H. Wilkinson, 61
  • - Railway Benevolent Institution, No Annual Dinner, 35
  • - Railway Expenses for Material, Pre-war and Present Prices, 253
  • - Railway Material Exports Statistics, 35, 253, 327,479,61 1,661
  • - Railway Operating Statistics—see Ministry of Transport
  • - Railway Policy Discussion, 61
  • - Railway Working, White Paper, 61
  • - Rates Advisory Committee—see Ministry of Transport
  • - Reservation of Compartments Again Allowed, 253, and Price, 403
  • - Rolling Stock—see Wagons, also Ministry of Transport, Operating Statistics
  • - Russian Heavy Locomotive Shortage, 157
  • - Salto-Rivera, South America, Proposed Railway, 209
  • - Scottish Railways Opposition to White Paper Scheme, 72
  • - Separation of Running Department from that of Chief Mechanical Engineer on Two Railways, 611
  • - Simplon Tunnel, Second, Progress of, 453
  • - Sleeper, Substitute for Wooden One, 327, 507
  • - Sleepers for British Railways, Twenty Million Ordered from British Columbia, 507
  • - “Smoking Forbidden” Compartments, New Regulation, 179
  • - South Africa, Proposed New Important Railway, 611
  • - South Africa and Railway Electrification, W. Ingham, 11
  • - South African Government Electrification Schemes, 135
  • - South American Railway Congress, Meeting, 61
  • - South American Railways, British Control and American Goods, 301
  • - Southern Pacific Railroad, Wholesale Duplication of Documents by a Variety of Methods, 185
  • - Southwold and Mid-Suffolk Light Railways, Proposal for Amalgamation, 427
  • - Soviet Government Locomotive Contracts, 453
  • - Spanish Rolling Stock Orders for Other Countries, 377
  • - Standard Loading Gauge, Factor of Safety Tests, 301
  • - Steel Rail Imports into United Kingdom, 559
  • - Steel Wheels With and Without Separate Tires, 61
  • - Stockholm—Gothenberg Railway, Government Grant for Electrification, 179
  • - Stockholm Tramway Cars, Large Size, 327
  • - Strike, Railway, Cost to Men’s Union, 30
  • - Strike Settlement Anniversary, 351
  • - Swaziland Railway, Extension Surveys Completed, 585
  • - Swedish Railway Electrification, 611
  • - Tank Locomotives for the Metropolitan Railway, 427
  • - Time-table Alterations, 347
  • - Time-tables, Resumption of Printing but Increase of Cost, 111
  • - Timber Trade Increase and Wagon Scarcity, 227
  • - Ton-Mileage Statistics, 277
  • - Traffic Finance—see Railway Finance
  • - Traffic, Goods, Four Weeks’ Ret urns, 479, 661
  • - Train Ferry to Replace Bridge over Suez Canal, 611
  • - Trains, Certain Special, for War Use Now on Sale, 157
  • - Trams—see Railways, Ministry of Transport
  • - Trevithick’s Trams and Track (1804) in Berlin and America, 453
  • - Truro-Falmouth Line, Timber Viaduct Removal, 559
  • - Tunnel under the Solent, Question of Cost and Revenue, 203 ; Train Ferry Suggested as Alternative, 277
  • - Turbo-alternator for Australian Suburban Railway Electrification, 372
  • - Two Up and Down Trains per Dav and their Cost, 533
  • - UNITED STATES RAILWAYS :
  • -- Agencies to be Set Up in Europe to Encourage Immigration and Traffic to Western America, 84
  • -- Automatic Train Control, Decision in New York State, 661
  • -- “Booster” Auxiliary Steam Cylinder in America, 377
  • -- Claim by Western Railroad Company on Recent Federal Administration, 258
  • -- Coal Commandeered by Railways during Strike, 203
  • -- Coal Purchase and Stores Statistics, 422
  • -- Coal, 1,000,000 Tons Undelivered by Rail ways, 203
  • -- Electrification of United States Railways, Estimate of Coal Consumption Reduction, 179
  • -- Elevated Railway, Solid Floor Construction, 277
  • -- Eric Railroad and Norfolk and Western Railway, Adoption of New Air Brake, 507
  • -- Federal Control to be Wound Up by Mr. J. B. Payne, 61
  • -- Government Guarantee Expiry, Railroads to be Self-supporting, 301
  • -- Illinois Central Railway Cars, Doors Question, 35
  • -- Labour Board Working and its Results, 135, 157
  • -- Level Crossing Elimination Resumed, 61
  • -- Motor Cars and Trains Collisions, Big Figures, 227
  • -- New York Central Engine’s Record Speed. Engine Scrapped, 453 ; (Correction) 559
  • -- Pennsylvania Railroad Signalling Changes, 11
  • -- Railway Situation Easier, Increased Coal Carriage and Rolling Stock Orders, 403
  • -- Railway Surveys by Aeroplane in the United States, 453
  • -- Rate Paradoxes, Inter-State and State Control, 427

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued)

  • - UNITED STATES RAILWAYS (continued):
  • -- Rates Increases as Affecting Prices of Goods Carried on Southern Railway, 277
  • -- Roumanian Government, Largo Purchase of American Railway Equipment, Payment in Petroleum, 35
  • -- Sleepers, Experiments in Substitutes for Timber, 507
  • -- Southern Pacific Railroad’s “Safety” Poster, 227
  • -- Ton-Miles Figures of Administration Disproved, 301
  • -- Traffic Statistics of United States Railways, 585
  • -- Transportation Act, New Enactments, 11
  • -- “Wheel Burnt” and “Snow Burnt” Rails, 226
  • - Vancouver, Projected Twenty-car Freight Train Ferry, 301
  • - Victoria, Australia, Plan to Meet Intestate Gauge Difficulty, 111
  • - Victoria, Continental Train Changes, 11
  • - Victoria, N.S.W., Suburban Railway Electrification Cost Much Increased Owing to War, 533
  • - Victoria, Underground, Footbridge, andc., 135
  • - Wages Bill Increase, Estimate, 35
  • - Wages and Increased Cost of Working, 61
  • - Wagon Detention on the Increase, 179
  • - Wagon and Locomotive Increase on British Railways, 661
  • - Wagons, Bolster, Scarcity of, 227
  • - Wagons, British, Still in France, 111 ; Much Diminished Number, 479
  • - Wagons Built at Woolwich for the Great Western and North-Eastern Railways, 637
  • - Wagons in Employ of Various Government Departments, 479
  • - Wagons, New, Put into Traffic in Great Britain, Monthly Average, 111
  • - Wagons, Railway-owned, in United Kingdom, Census Taken, 85
  • - Weaver, Mr. Henry, Stationmaster at Paddington, 68
  • - Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Amalgamation, 353
  • - Wheels for Railways, Japanese Experiments with Cast Steel, 277
  • - Workmen’s Fares, 51, 61
  • - Workmen’s Tickets and Congestion, 135
  • RAINFALL Variations, Difficulties in Expression of, 35
  • Rainfall of the World, Statistics, 427
  • Rayleigh, Lord, Memorial in Westminster Abbey, 85
  • Refractories for Electric Furnaces, 507
  • Refrigeration, International Institute, 24
  • Reinforced Concrete, Risk of Fire and Suggested Remedy, 453
  • Research—see. Scientific, also Electrical Matters
  • Rhine Water Power for French Mining District, 661
  • Rhone River Development from Geneva to the Sea, Projected, 301
  • Riga Fishing Boats and British Petrol Engines, 479
  • Road Damage due to Railway Strike, 377
  • Road Transport, Map to Aid Commercial Vehicles, 192
  • Rock Drill. New Type. 253
  • Rock Salt Production in Poland, 479
  • Roman Road Discovered in Digging Manhole, 301
  • Roumanian Oil Industry, New Plans, 253
  • Rubber, New Source, in Arizona, 203
  • Rubber as Road Surfacing Material, Experiment in Southwark, 277
  • Rubber Trees, Uses of Seed Kernels, 35
  • Russian Plans for Hydro-electric Stations, 227
  • Russian Pre-war Industries, Extent and Value, 585
  • Russian Transport Problem, 157
  • Rust Preventive, Bituminous Paint the Best, 277

S

  • “SAFETY First” Convention, 214
  • St. Lawrence River, Question of Deepening, Divided Opinions, 479
  • Salt Exportation from Portugal, Falling-off in Trade Due to War, 179
  • Salt Mines in Greece, Increased Output and Cessation of Imports, 585
  • Salt, Ocean, Volume of, in Terms of United States Area, 272
  • Sand Removal from Water in Hydro-electric Work, 427
  • Science Museum, South Kensington, Additions to Collections, 35
  • Science Museum, South Kensington, Increased Number of Visitors for Instruction, 35

SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH:

  • - Departmental Stall Appointments and I Changes, 35, 277, 585
  • - LICENCES ISSUED TO :
  • -- British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, 364
  • -- British Motor Cycle and Cyclecar Research Association, 453
  • -- Cutlery Industry, 85, 340
  • -- Launderers’ Association, 285
  • -- Leather Manufacturers, 235
  • - Radio Research Board, Sub-committees , Appointed to Assist, 179
  • - Research Associations, Approved List of, 203, 235
  • SEWAGE Sludge Utilisation, 427
  • Shield for Engineering Apprentices, 74

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :

  • - American Shipyards’ Output, 227
  • - Antwerp, Company Formed for Ship and Marine Engine Building and Repair, 253
  • - Brazilian Battleship Sao Paulo for Use of Belgian King and Queen, 203
  • - British Ship Repair Work Going to Belgium and Holland, 203
  • - Camellaird-Fullagar Engine, 439
  • - Clyde Transatlantic Traffic Development, 377
  • - Concrete Shipbuilding Failure, Cost as it is and as it might have been, 203
  • - Denmark’s Shipping, 1914 and 1918, 353
  • - Frauendorf, New Shipbuilding Firm at, 227
  • - French Construction of Submarines, 253
  • - French Merchant Fleet, Rapid Recovery since War Losses, 353
  • - German Shipbuilders, Large Steel Orders from the United States, 157
  • - German Shipbuilding and Metal Industries, Common Interest, 403
  • - Gliding Boats Test on River Bermejo, Argentina, 85
  • - Hog Island Shipyard Plant Still Unsold by America, 559
  • - Hong-Kong Shipping Returns, 533
  • - Irish Mails Conveyance, Holyhead and
  • - Kingstown, New Contract, 533, 559
  • - Japanese Navy Fuel Depot, 327
  • - Japanese Shipping Lying Idle, 559
  • - Kingston, Jamaica, Oil and Coaling Station for British Ships, 227
  • - Merchant Tonnage Construction in the United Kingdom, 427
  • - Motor Lifeboat for the Lizard, 528
  • - New South Wales Projected Shipbuilding, 227
  • - Oil-burning Steamship Orita Re-conditioned and in Service, 146
  • - Port Navigation during Fog, Monsieur Loth’s Apparatus for, 427
  • - Portuguese Sailing Barque under Conversion to Steam by W. Beardmore and Co., 559
  • - St. David, G.W.R. Steamer, under Repair, 403
  • - Scapa Flow, Compensation to be Paid by Germany, 453
  • - Scottish Shipbuilding Figures, 353
  • - Ship Stabilisers, Tests by United States Naval Transport, 453
  • - Ship Surveyor Examination, 442
  • - Southern Belle’s Quick Journeys to Brighton, 403
  • - Spain and Chile Steamship Service Negotia¬tions, 157
  • - Steel Steamships, 8100-Ton, Building at Victoria, B.C., 61
  • - Swedish Shipbuilding Industry Suffering from Effect of Exchange, 327
  • - Target Experiments, Unique, on American Battleship Iowa, 179
  • - United States Shipbuilding Output, 253
  • - Vaterland’s Three Complete Wireless Trans¬mitters, 637
  • SHOWS—see Exhibitions
  • Singapore Harbour and Reclamation Work, 35
  • Sixty Years’ Service Celebration at Rcdpath, Brown and Co.’s Works, 611
  • Slag By-products Recovery Begun at Barrow, 157
  • Slags for Concrete Aggregate, 430
  • Smoke Abatement, House of Commons Com¬mittee, 11, 22
  • Smoking at Work, Extension of Privilege, 35
  • Societies—see Associations
  • Soot Abatement by Use of Salt, 301
  • South Africa, Water-boring Plant for, 252
  • South African Association of British Manufacturers, 11
  • South African Mineral Production Report, 377
  • South African Regulation of Drilling Blasting Holes, 157
  • South American Trade for European versus American Markets, 453
  • Spanish Hydro-electric Power Statistics, 453
  • Spanish Motor Works, New Establishments, 179
  • Spanish Power Generation from the River Deva, 135
  • Spanners, Danger of Great Length in, 479
  • Sparking Plug Cleaner, Brown Brothers, Limited, 392
  • Stamps, Inland Revenue, Royal Mint Processes 1 of Production, 59
  • Standard—see also British Standard
  • Standard Marine Boilers, 165
  • Static Electricity, Method of Eliminating from Belting, C. M. Green, 403
  • Steam Ferry Across North Sea Proposed, Swedish Disbelief in Success of Scheme, 111, 277
  • Steel—see Iron
  • Stenches as Warning in Mines, 611
  • Stone Crusher, Largest in the World, 35
  • Storm Detector, 214
  • Straw Houses for France, 585
  • Straw as a Source of Gas, 327, 637
  • Subsidence in Concrete Floors, Method of Repairing, 585
  • Suez Canal Finances and the War, 281
  • Suez Canal Navigation and Kantara Opening Bridge, 430
  • Suez Canal War-time Bridge to be Dismantled, 585, 611
  • Suggestions from Workers, Proposed Scheme, 327
  • Sulphur Supply for South Africa, 85
  • Swedish Air Traffic, International and Home, 187
  • Swedish and German Aerial Mail Service, 157
  • Swiss Available Water Power, Statistics, 227
  • Switzerland as Source of Aluminium, 585
  • Sydney, Nova Scotia, Railway Employees Ultimatum and Steel Company’s Reply, 533
  • Synthetic Ammonia and Nitrates, Limited, 11
  • Szechuan Trade, Commercial Museum to be Established at Chungking, 227

T

  • TAR, Crude or Refined, for Road Surfacing, 277
  • Tar and Pitch from Gas and Coke Oven Works, Statistics, 157
  • Tar Spraying, Advantages of a New System, J. Lang, 179
  • Technical Students, Greatly Increased Numbers, 403
  • Telephone Extensions on Large Scale, 111
  • Telephone Installations of Various Countries Per Cent, of Population, 179
  • Telephone System for Alagoas State, Brazil, 203
  • Telephones, Automatic, Proposed Exchanges in London, 11
  • Temperature of a Chimney at Various Depths, Instrument for Ascertaining, 661
  • Teredos Attacks on Wet Wood, 61
  • Termite Attacks on Timber, Immunity of Certain Woods, 227
  • Thermalene as a Fuel, Karl Wolff, 585
  • “Thermalloy” Dangers and Electrical Machinery, 427
  • Thermometers Inaccurate through Ago. 353
  • Timber Consumption in France, 135
  • Timber Fence Production, Charring Discredited, 479
  • Timber Grown in British Empire, Exhibition 11, 48
  • Timber Piles and Teredo Attacks, 35
  • Timber Preservation Theories, Experiments, 559
  • Tin, Large Lode Discovered in Old Mine Working in Cornwall, 85
  • Tin Ore Discovery in South Africa, 61
  • Toronto’s Insufficient Hydro-electric Power, 85
  • Tractor Ploughing Prize. 637
  • Trade Propaganda and Foreign Students, 253 Trams—see Railways
  • Transport—see Motor, also Ministry of
  • Tropical Diseases Bulletin, 487
  • Tungsten—see Iron and Steel
  • Tunnel Under the Solent a Question of Cost and Revenue, 203 ; Train Ferry Suggested as Alternative, 277
  • Turbine, Steam, Fitted to Locomotive, 460
  • Turkish Concession for Hydro-electric Station in Asia Minor, 661

U

  • UNITED States Engineering Manufactures Increased Imports into South Africa, 35
  • United States Geological Survey, 178
  • University Finance, Fees and Endowments Considerably Below Expenditure, 277, 353, 403
  • University Training Offered to Apprentices, 377

V

  • VANADIUM, World’s Principal Mine in Peru, Statistics of, 35
  • Vancouver, Question of Dam or Low Level Bridge, 111
  • Vancouver, Three Great Harbour Schemes, 203
  • Vizagapatam Harbour, Construction to be Carried out by the Bengal-Nagpur Railway, 479
  • Vosper, Mr. H. E., Retirement of, 647

W

  • WAGE Increase and Jlutput Decline, United States Reports, 135
  • Water-boring Plant for South Africa, 252
  • Water Power Project in Califormia, 309
  • Water Power Resources, Scattered, How to Link up, Dr. Steinmetz, 203
  • Water Power Stations on Cauvery Falls, New Sites Proposed, 637

WATER SUPPLY :

  • - Bombay Water Supply from Lake Tansa, 61
  • - Electrolysis of Pipes, Professor G. Alleman, 135
  • - London Water, Increased Charges, 248
  • - Pipes for Mandalay Water Scheme to be of Concrete by Hume Process, 85
  • - Tunis, New Reservoir in Hamma-Siba, 35
  • - Welwyn Garden City, Pumping Trials for Water Supply Test, 61
  • - Wuchow, China, Water Supply Scheme and Chinese Engineering, 203
  • WATERWAYS, Inland—see Ministry of Trans¬port
  • Watt, James, Commemoration Scheme, 427
  • Welding, Repairs to Boilers and Engines, 100
  • Wellington, New Zealand, Projected Extension of Water Supply, 157
  • White Ants, Protection of Buildings from, 61
  • Wilbur Wright Memorial in France, 35
  • Wind Motor, Invention to Utilise, 427
  • Wind Pressure Coefficient for Cylinders, Tests, 637
  • Wine Transport by Pipe Line, 253
  • Wire Netting to Foil Parcel Thieves, 606
  • Wire Ropes. G. W. Westgarth. 453
  • Wireless Direction Finder and Wireless Telephone, Great Value in Air Navigation, 661
  • Wireless Message from Bordeaux to Washington, 227
  • Wireless Service, Extensive, Projected for France and her Colonies, 157
  • Wireless Station at Tahiti, Further Survey Called for, 660
  • Wireless Telegraph Company in Buonos Aires, German, 227
  • Wireless Transmission Station, Most Powerful in the World, 637
  • Women’s Liability to Lead Poisoning, 203

Y

  • YOKOHAMA Harbour Improvements, 11

Z

  • ZINC Deposit on Galvanised Iron Apparatus for Determining Weight, 377
  • Zinc Production in the United States, 227
  • Zionist Society of Engineers, Plans for Water Supply of the Holy Land, 427

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