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The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.

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A

  • ACOUSTICAL Effects in Wireless, Captain J. Robinson, 619
  • Aerial Navigation, Radio Apparatus, in, 619
  • Aerial for Wave Lengths below 400 m., Condenser Type, 669
  • Agricultural Possibilities of French West Africa, Scheme for Utilisation of Niger Floods, 669
  • Agricultural Tractor Trials. Name of Prize Winner, 485
  • Air Navigation, Anglo-French Agreement, 485
  • "Alcobrons," Metal Alloy, 97
  • Alcohol Fuel, Experimental Consignment of "Natalite" from South Africa, 543
  • Alcohol for Power Purposes, Empire Motor Fuels Committee Report, 265
  • Alexandria, Proposed Dredging of Great Pass, 643
  • Aliens, Former Enemy, Excluded from Manufacture of Dyestuffs in the United Kingdom, 433
  • Aluminium and its Alloys, Protection from Corrosion, Herr L. von Grotthaus, 643
  • American Air Service Estimates, 207
  • American Bricklayers' Increase in Pay and Decrease in Work, 43
  • Anglo-Swedish Train Ferry Proposed, 13
  • Apprenticeship Scheme for Queensland, 400
  • Aqueduct from Naples to Taranto, 321
  • Argentina State Oilfields Production, Plans for Intensifying, 97
  • Argentine Company for Shipbuilding for Trade with Europe, 70
  • Asbestos Exports from Quebec, 619
  • Asbestos Industry in Quebec, 480
  • Asphalt Macadam, Proper Method of. Laying, 237

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • - INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY :
  • -- Questions for Special Committee. Glassware Origin, andc., 595
  • - INSTITUTE, CONCRETE :
  • -- Building Exhibition, Luncheon at Olympia, 428
  • -- Land Subsidence, Lawson S. White, 643
  • -- Programme in connection with International Building Trades' Exhibition, 364
  • - INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • -- Annual Meeting and Programme, 335
  • -- Joint Discussion on Failure of Metals under Internal or Prolonged Stress, 162
  • - INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • -- Lloyd's Register Scholarships and Essay Competitions, 162
  • -- Lubrication of Internal Combustion Engines, 331
  • -- Propellers and Question of Erosion, A. T. Quelch, 485
  • - INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • -- Autumn Return Visit to Birmingham, 417
  • - LONDON LOCAL SECTION :
  • -- Formation, Papers, 60:40 Brass, O. W. Ellis; Aluminium Alloys, S. L. Archbutt; Refractories, Dr. W. R. Ormandy, 237

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • - INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • -- Manchester Congress, Preliminary Announcement, 24
  • -- Some Advantages of Control as Applied to Traffic on Railways, Arthur Watson, 485
  • - INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • -- Informal Meetings at Birmingham, 357
  • -- Pneumatic Motor Tires, Design and Manufacture of, Colin Macbeth, 179
  • -- Recent Developments in Transmission, Captain S. Bramley-Moore, 97
  • - INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Annual General Meeting, Result of Ballot for Election of Officers, 558
  • -- Awards for Papers, 493
  • -- Engineering Conference, Series, Renewal, 530
  • -- "James Forrest" Lecture, Date Fixed, 530
  • -- Kelvin Medal Presentation to Dr. Unwin, 458
  • -- Students' Dinner, 493
  • - INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Design of a Large Power Station, Some Notes on, Discussion, 191
  • -- Election of New Officers and Members of Council, 632
  • -- Heating of Buried Cables, Investigation and Report, 43
  • -- Informal Meeting, 191
  • -- Proposed Examination for Associate Membership, 83

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • - INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS (continued) :
  • -- Redecorating and Re-opening of Building, 433
  • -- Removal of the Institution to Own Building, 549
  • -- Summer Meeting in Scotland, 232, 338
  • - INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS IN SCOTLAND :
  • -- Present Position of the Marine Diesel Engine, James Richardson, 237
  • - INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS :
  • -- Postponement of Annual Meeting, 527
  • - INSTITUTION, JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERS :
  • -- Annual Dinner, 605
  • - INSTITUTION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS (LONDON) :
  • -- Election of Officers, 252
  • - INSTITUTION OF MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY ENGINEERS :
  • -- Annual General Meeting and Conference, Programme, 552
  • -- Programme for Dorking Meeting, 372
  • - INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • -- Annual Meeting and Dinner, 135, 215 ; Programme, 215
  • -- Awards for Papers, 71

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • - INSTITUTION, NORTH-EAST COAST, OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS :
  • -- Invitation from Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders In Scotland to hold Summer Meeting in Glasgow, 249
  • -- Scholarship Offered to Graduates, 293
  • - INSTITUTION OF PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGISTS :
  • -- Officers Elected for Session 1921-1922, 361
  • - INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Changes Among Officials, 265
  • -- Magnetic Storms : Effects upon Railway Signal and Telegraph Apparatus, 513
  • -- Suggestions for Papers, Premium Offer Renewal, 485
  • - INSTITUTION, ROYAL :
  • -- Annual Meeting-- Election of Officers, 493
  • -- General Meetings, Elections, 277, 389, 513, 632
  • -- Presents to the Institution, Acknowledgement, 632
  • -- Programme of Lectures, 277, 357, 361, 584
  • - INSTITUTION OF WATER ENGINEERS :
  • -- Summer General Meeting at Hull, Programme, 552
  • - SOCIETY, AMERICAN, FOR TESTING MATERIALS :
  • -- Annual Meeting and Programme, 581
  • -- Softening Point of Fire-clay Brick, 123
  • - SOCIETY, ASSOCIATED, OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS :
  • -- Removal of Head Offices to London, 651
  • - SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY :
  • -- Oils Used in Transformers, Mr. Archbutt on, 321
  • -- Rudge-Whitworth, Limited, 321
  • - SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS (CRYSTAL PALACE ENGINEERING SOCIETY) :
  • -- Wilson Premium Award, C. W. Carter, 440
  • -- List of Papers Read during Session, 440
  • - SOCIETY, FARADAY :
  • -- General Discussion on Physico-Chemical Problems relating to the Soil, 454, 552
  • -- Joint Meeting and Discussion on Failure of Metals under Internal or Prolonged Stress, 162ósee also Miscellaneous Index
  • - SOCIETY, LIVERPOOL ENGINEERING :
  • -- Annual Dinner, 132
  • - SOCIETY, PHYSICAL :
  • -- Frequency Measurement, Heterodyne Method, Messrs. B. S. Smith and Partridge, 459
  • - SOCIETY, ROYAL AERONAUTICAL :
  • -- Council for 1921, 413
  • -- Pilcher Memorial Prize for Students, 581
  • - SOCIETY, ROYAL, OF ARTS :
  • -- Mineral Resources of China, Prize Offered, 135
  • -- Oil-burning Methods and Results in Metallurgical Industries, A. F. Baillie 151
  • -- Prize in Memory of Mr. Peter Le Neve Foster, 135
  • AUSTRIAN Imports and Exports, 349
  • Automatic Coupling for Railway Vehicles--see Railways
  • Automobile Association Fuel Supply Stations, 349
  • Automobile Association Installation of Telephone Sentry Boxes for Night Use, 265
  • Automobile Standardisation, 642
  • Aviation in Central Queensland, Linking up of Distant Centres, 569

B

  • BALL Bearings for Heavy Horse-drawn Vehicles, Tests by Swedish Artillery, 595
  • Bamboo for Papermaking, 274, 321
  • Belfast, Annual Staff Dinner of Messrs. Musgrave and Co., 305
  • Belfast, Proposed Grain Silo for, 151
  • Belgian Eight-hour Day and Forty-eight-hour Week, 543
  • Belt Speed and Power Calculator, J. Tullis and Son, Limited, 109
  • Belt Stretcher, C. M. Conder, 655
  • Belts, Leather, How to Use, Buck and Hickman, Limited, 605
  • Benzol for Motor Fuel, 211
  • Bicycles from Germany Much Cheaper than English-made, 265
  • Bilbao Company Exchanges Construction of Ships for Marine Motors and Railway Material, 43
  • Blast-furnaces--see Iron
  • Bolivian Demand for Grinding and Crushing Machinery, 619
  • Bombay and Ahmedabad Telephone Service, 485
  • Bombay Reclamation Works, 405
  • Boonzaier T.U.V. Automatic Coupling, 286
  • Borax, Largest Known Deposit Discovered in Nevada, 619
  • Bricks, Sand Lime, Manufacture, in Federated Malay States, 293
  • Brisbane Sewerage System, 405
  • Bristol University Automobile Laboratory, 151
  • British Columbia, Land Clearing and Projected Stump-using Industry, 377
  • British Columbia, Mineral Production, 179
  • British Engineering Standards Association, Specification for Benzol for Motor Fuel, 211
  • British Engineers' Association, Annual Meeting, 552
  • British Honduras, Development of, Irrigation for Rice Growing, Needs of the Colony, 237
  • British and South American Merchandise and Produce Exhibition, 97
  • B.T.H. Willesden Works Formen's Dinner, 58

C

  • CADMIUM Electro-plating, 669
  • Calcite Spar, Deposit of, near Yokecliffe Lead Mines, 433.
  • Canada's Metal and Mineral Production, 179, 377
  • Canadian Deep Waterways Association, Speeding-up of Public Works Construction Urgently Demanded, 71
  • Canal between Bruges and Roulers, 207
  • Canals in India, Proposed Electrical Connection, 293
  • Canals, Moss and Plant Growth, Methods for Destruction of, 151
  • Carbon Monoxide Detection Instrument, 433
  • Carbonisation of Coal--see Coal
  • Cardiff Technical College, Class for Rolling Stock Construction, 88
  • Catalogues for Amsterdam, 249
  • Catalogues for Czernowitz, Roumania, 361
  • Catalogues for Jerusalem, 385
  • Catalogues for Madagascar, 650
  • Catskill Aqueduct, Steel Pipe Lining Protection, 513
  • Census of Production Abandoned, 433
  • Charring Useless as a Wood Preservative, 349
  • Chemical Industry in Germany, 207
  • Chimney Down Draught Trouble, 265
  • China, Good Roads Movement, 321
  • China, Important Road-building Scheme Projected, 643
  • China as a Market for Agricultural Implements, 513
  • China, Various Schemes for Important Public Works in, 643
  • Chinese and American Engineers' Association Organised in Peking, 43
  • Chinese Glass Works, 207
  • Circulating Water, Cooling in Canals, 71
  • Clip, New Type, for Rubber Hose with Metal Fittings, Brown Brothers, Limited, 83
  • Clock, Automatic and Controlling, 405

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES:

  • - Anthracite Coalfield of British Columbia, 669
  • - Atritor Coal Dryer and Pulveriser, 676
  • - Briquetting of Lignite Coal, Successful Plant in Saskatchewan, 377
  • - Briquetting Plants in German Works, 569
  • - British Columbia to Abolish Naked Lights in Coal Mines, 459
  • - Canada, Coal Resources of, 459
  • - Canadian Steamers Exchanging Oil for Coal Fuel Equipment, 43
  • - Carbon Dioxide in Coal, Determination of, 215
  • - Carbonisation of Coal, Low Temperature, Advantages of Smokeless Fuel, Major Armstrong's Lecture, 43
  • - Coal, Coke and Patent Fuel Export, Withdrawal of Restrictions, 43
  • - Coal Transmission by Water Pressure, American Project, 13
  • - Coaling Plant for Delagoa Bay, Tests, 485
  • - Coke as a Boiler Fuel, 361
  • - Coke for Metallurgical Purposes, 13
  • - Denton, Valuable Coal Seam Discovery at, 97
  • - Dutch Coal Districts and Waterways, Projected Schemes, 293
  • - Electrical Coal-cutting Machines Unsafe at Present in New South Wales Colliery, 377
  • - Export of British Coal, and Prices, 43
  • - Froth Flotation Process for Coal Purification, 179
  • - Japan, Average Coal Output, 237
  • - Japan Exports Coal to New Zealand, 23
  • - Kentish Coal, Calorific Value Compared with Yorkshire, 151
  • - Kwantungís Coal Resources, Development by British Syndicate, 377
  • - Liquid Air for Coal Blasting, 265
  • - Natal Coals, Average Heating Value, 459
  • - Newfoundland Coal Area Development, 123
  • - Rhenish Brown Coal as Fuel in Gas Producers, 179
  • - Richards Bay, North of Durban, as Coaling Port, 237
  • - South Africa, Coal Mining Output in, 13
  • - South Wales Coal, Best Seams Worked Out, 97
  • - Storage Battery Locomotives in American Coal Mines, 207
  • - Tippler, Coal, for Delagoa Bay, Satisfactory Test, 595
  • - Transport of Coal, Suggestions for Reducing Heavy Cost, 543
  • COAST Erosion on the South-east of Ireland, 409
  • Colorado River, New Bridge over, 265
  • Commercial Motor Users' Association :
  • - Annual Luncheon, Roads and Road Users, Sir Eric Geddes, 385
  • - Annual Parade of Motor Vehicles, 377
  • - London Commercial Motor Parade, 338
  • Compressed Air ì Pistols î for Various Uses, 123
  • Concrete Arch Bridges, 237
  • Concrete Arch, Longest in Canada, 513
  • Concrete Bored by Oxy-acetylene Blow-pipe, 595
  • Concrete Bricks, Sand, Lime and other, H. O. Weller, 459
  • Concrete, Fusing Point of, 513
  • Concrete Mixing, Tests in America, 595
  • Concrete, Oils and Fats Attack on, 71
  • Concrete Piles, Hollow, Novel Process of Manufacture, 377
  • Concrete Pipes for Water under High Pressure, 669
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Wireless Tower, 660ft. High, 595
  • Concrete Saving but Increased Cost of Formwork, 321
  • Concrete Structures, Joints in, System for Making Water-tight, 513
  • Continental Trunk Telephone Cable, 679
  • Cooling Tower, Largest, in the World, 293
  • Copper, Free Exportation from Mexico, 207
  • Corrosion, Internal, of Hot Water Pipes, F. N. Speller, 513
  • Corrosion in Steel Works Chimneys, Failure of Attempted Remedy, 595
  • Corundum Deposits of the Transvaal, 71
  • Cotton Cultivation in Argentina, 123
  • Creosoted Wood-stave Pipes, Long Duration of, 237
  • Creosoting of Wooden Sleepers, New Process Tried in America, 569
  • Crinan Canal, 361
  • Crossley Brothers' Staff Dinner, 191
  • Crystal Palace Engineering Society, Papers Read during Session, 440 ; Wilson Premium Award, 440

D

  • DEATH of Captain S. C. Plant, 513
  • Diamond Cutting, Training School for, Projected in Johannesburg, 321
  • Driving of Centrifugal Machines, F. J. Broadbent, 179
  • “Drop Forger,” First Issue, 569
  • Dry Rot and Floor Collapse, 293
  • Dust Collection by Horsed or Electric Vehicles, Ipswich Comparison, 151
  • Dust Explosions and Concrete Walls, Ample Ventilation Recommended, D. J. Price, 485
  • Dyestuffs in the United Kingdom, Manufacture, Former Enemy Aliens Excluded, 433
  • Dynamite and Liquid Oxygen in Blasting Operations, 151

E

  • ECONOMIC Position in Engineering Industries, 357
  • Egypt and the Sudan, Public Works and Finance, 619
  • Eight-storey Building Moved 40ft., 569
  • Einstein Theory and the Velocity of Light, 669

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • - A.E.G. and Linke-Hoffmann Works, 330
  • - Application of Electrical Machinery to Increase Mine Production, T. R. Haig, 619
  • - Arc-fused Steel, Unsatisfactory in Result, 13
  • - Arc Welding of Aluminium, F. J. Heyes, 595
  • - Artificial Silk for Cable Requirements, 643
  • - Ash Disposal in German Power Houses, 123
  • - Birmingham and Increased Electrical Supply, The Corporation and the Traders, 207
  • - Boston and Washington Districts, Superpower Station and Expected Increased Demand, 321
  • - British Electrical and Allied Industries' Research Association, 669
  • - Capetown New Power House, Provision for Great Expansion of Electrical Demand, 321
  • - Chile, Natural Water Power Resources for Generating Electricity for Certain Towns, 273, 321
  • - Coal-cutting Machines and Question of Safety in New South Wales Mine, 377
  • - Cotton Mills Electrification in Blackburn, 179
  • - Defective Contact Lift Fatality, 97
  • - Douro, Proposed Utilisation of Falls of, for Railway Electrification, 377
  • - Earthing in Electrical Practice, Indiscriminate Use of Water Pipes, 151
  • - Electric Power Utilisation in Modern Gasworks, 265
  • - Electric versus Combustion Furnaces for Low Temperatures, F. W. Brooke and G. P. Mills, 123
  • - Electrical Research Association and Insulating Materials, 513
  • - Electricity Commissioners and Lancashire Schemes, 237
  • - Electrostatic Condensers, V. E. Goodwin, 485
  • - Federated Malay States Electricity Board, 643
  • - Flashlight, Hand, New Type of, 123
  • - Fuses, H. W. Kefford, 123
  • - Gas-filled Electric Lamps, Increased Demand, 43
  • - German Electric Cable Industry's Bad Trade, 265
  • - Germany's Reduced Coal Supply and Increased Demand for Electric Power, 265
  • - Gosport and Delayed Power Supply, 543
  • - Greenwich Power Station Boilers Equipped for Oil-burning in View of Coal Shortage, 669
  • - Grimsby Electrical Extensions Scheme, 13
  • - Hereford's Proposed Extension of Area of Electricity Supply, 376
  • - High-current Tests and High-tension Switchgear, Philip Torchio, 485
  • - High Power Factor on Consumers' Circuits, Proposed Tariff, 569
  • - Houses, All-electric, for Power Station Employees, near Stockton-on-Tees, 97
  • - Inductance Coils, American Research, 211
  • - Ipswich Savings by Substitution of Electric Vehicles for Horses and Carts, 369
  • - Lamps in Series on Traction Circuits, Device for Quick Discovery of Damage, 405
  • - Leicester's New 10,000-kilowatt Generator, 513
  • - Liverpool Docks Electrification Progress, 13
  • - Magnetos for the Air Service, Superiority of British Design, Captain A. B. Burgoyne, 485
  • - Merchant Ships, Electric Auxiliaries for, C, H. Giroux, 293
  • - Mersey Power Station for Supply at Runcorn and at Ellesmere Port, 485
  • - Mice and Electric Bells, 265
  • - Motor for Use in Rooms where Explosive Mixtures may be Present, 179
  • - Neon Lamp, New Type, 321
  • - Netherlands East Indies, Lighting and Power Supply Transformation, 97
  • - Newark Electricity Scheme, Expense Objected to, 595
  • - New Zealand, Ashburton County Electrical Scheme, 349
  • - North Wales and Supply of Electricity, Improvement Scheme, 71
  • - North-West Midlands District Proposals, Time Extension for Objectors, 349
  • - Omnibus, Edison, New Type, 123
  • - Paper-making and Scanty Use of Electrical Power, 405
  • - Phase Sequence Indicating Device, 619
  • - Photometer, Action of Special Device, A. H. Compton, 71
  • - Power Pressure Increase in Southern California, 543
  • - Preston's Supply Chiefly Generated by Steam from the Refuse Destructor, 619
  • - Pukow Projected Electric Generating Plant, 669
  • - Punjab, Development of Schemes for Electrical Power, 71
  • - Punjab Hydro-electric Scheme for Canal Use, 293
  • - Railway Station Lighting, New System Introduced on the London and South- Western Railway, 569

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued) :

  • - Redditch Electric Supply and Coal Shortage, 669
  • - Repelling Arc Furnace, Von Schlegel, 13
  • - Resistance, Electrical, of the Human Body, Measurements, 123
  • - Rivet Heater, Electric, New Type, 459 Salford Electrical Extensions Scheme, 13
  • - San Joaquin River, California, Increased Power from, 293
  • - Separators in Secondary Batteries, Improved Type Invented, T. A. Willard, 349
  • - Ships, Electric Drive for, H. K. Barrows, 237
  • - Simla Roads, Experiment with Electric Vehicles, 263
  • - Smelting Works, Electric, for South Africa, 293
  • - Spain, Distribution of Energy, National System Proposed, 459
  • - Static Electricity Trouble in Textile Factory, 123
  • - Steam-electric Plant, 125,000,000-kilowatt in Victoria, 265
  • - Storage Batteries, Creeping of Electrolyte, 433
  • - Story of the Induction Motor, G. B. Lamme, 349
  • - Supply Development Schemes, Increase, 123
  • - Swiss Electrical Industry Prosperity, 123
  • - Sydney, N.S.W., Controversy over New Turbo-alternator, 265
  • - Temperature of Rotors belonging to Alternators, Instrument for Measuring, 265
  • - Thermostat, New Type, for Control of Electric Ovens and Heating Appliances, 293
  • - Thermostatic Control in connection with Electric Heating, G. Wilkinson, 433
  • - Thomson-Houston and General Electric Companies Combination in Spain, 151
  • - Tientsin and Pekin Electrical Company Proposed, 643
  • - Tokyo, Reported Amalgamation of Electric Power Works, 377
  • - Turbo - generator, 10,000 - Kilowatt, for Uruguay, Varying Tenders for, 485
  • - United States Increased Production of Electric Lamps, 377
  • - Wallasey Power Station Breakdowns, Recommendations, 459
  • - West Bromwich Electrical Plant Extensions, 179
  • - West Riding Electricity District Meeting, 459
  • - Worcester Joint Electricity District Formed, 43
  • - Worksop, Proposed Extension of Supply, 543
  • - Wye, and Electrical Energy, Application to Commissioners, 543
  • - Zinc Ore Treatment by Novel Electric Resistance Furnace, Professor C. H. Fulton, 13
  • ELECTRO-PLATING, Cadmium, 669
  • Engine, Gas, Exhaust, Utilisation of, 605
  • Ex-British Westinghouse Association, Annual Reunion, 361
  • Exhausts from Two-cycle and Four-cycle Engines, Temperature of, 643

EXHIBITIONS :

  • - Agricultural Machinery Exhibition at Brussels, 151
  • - Agricultural Machinery Exhibition and Motor Tractor Trials in Spain, 86
  • - Annual Agricultural Exhibition at Tours, 433
  • - Basle, Fifth Swiss Trade Exhibition at, 349
  • - Basle International Automobile Exhibition, 151
  • - Efficiency Exhibition, Work of ex-Service Men, 179
  • - Industrial and Agricultural Fair in Lemberg, 669
  • - International Architecture Exhibition at Ghent, 43
  • - International Building Trades' Exhibition at Olympia, 364
  • - International Centenary Exhibition at Lima, 569
  • - Milan Sample Fair, 274
  • - National Industrial Fair at Gothenburg, 643
  • - Netherlands East Indies Fair in Java, 83
  • - Orient Fair in Czecho-Slovakia, 440
  • - Rangoon, Permanent Exhibitions to be Opened, 293
  • EXPLOSION of Large Cast Iron Drying Cylinder, 179
  • Ex-Service Men, Disabled, Training of, 179
  • Eye Magnet, Giant, for Metal Removal from Injured Eyes, 123

F

  • FAILURE of Metals—see Metals
  • Fairs—see Exhibitions
  • Faraday House Entrance Scholarships, 445
  • Faraday House Old Students’ Association, Annual Dinner, 357
  • Federation of British Industries, Packing Case to Guard Against Pilferage, 543
  • Ferro-chrome—see Iron and Steel
  • Ferrox Welding Wire and Rods, 162 ; (Letter), 178
  • Finland, Large Water Power Station for, 459
  • Finnish Engineering Students to Study in Germany, 349
  • Finsbury Technical College to Continue Work¬ing, 433
  • Finsbury Technical College, Old Students’ Association, 132, 474; Manchester Branch Smoking Concert, 581
  • Fire Hose Set Alight during Pumping, 405
  • Fire-resisting Plastic Material, 179
  • Fires on Board Ship, 669
  • Firing Sagger Ovens of Potteries, 179
  • Flax Pickers, 'Mechanical, Competition in France, 543
  • Ford Motor Company Extends Equipment 619
  • Forest Cover and Effect on Streams, Experiments, 405
  • France, Northern, Reopened Industrial Establishments, 71
  • Franklin Institute, Awards of Medals and Certificates, 569
  • French Government Proposed Huge Exhibition Building, Municipal Disapproval, 207
  • French State Monopolies in Bad Odour, 179
  • French Wireless Plant, Cession to Private Company, Government Explanation, 405
  • Fuel Consumption Trials at Le Mans, 619
  • Fuel Economy of Motor Cars, Tests, 71
  • Fuel Economy Trial, Motor Car, 274
  • Fuel for Motor Ship Free of Charge, 377
  • Fuel Oil, Fall in Price, 513
  • Furnace Collapse, Remarkable, on s.s. Baltriger, 619

G

  • GAS for Domestic Use, Dangerous Percentage of Carbon Monoxide, 207
  • Gas Engine Exhaust, Utilisation of, 605
  • Gas-filled Electric Lamps, Increased Demand, 43
  • Gas Fittings Manufacture, Comparatively Prosperous Condition of, 543
  • Gas Undertakings, Coal and Gas Statistics, 433
  • Genoa, Port Extension on Large Scale Projected, 643
  • Geological Survey of Western Australia, Publications to Aid Miners, 513
  • German Boiler Explosions Increase, 97
  • German Cement for South Africa at Lower Prices than British, Belgian and Pretorian, 237
  • German Competition in Hoisting Tackle Manufacture, 595
  • Germans and the British Magneto Trade, Unfair Competition, 97
  • Glass, Effect on, of Radium, X-rays, andc., J. R. Clarke, 595
  • Glass Factory on Island of Madeira, 485
  • Gold Belt, Rich, Discovery in Nigeria, 643
  • Gold and Other Metals Output of Ontario, 13
  • Gramophones, Small Motors for Driving, 459
  • Greenwich Observatory, Repair of Instruments and Installation of New, 663

H

  • HANDLING Small Locomotives, Booklet by Andrew Barclay, Sons and Co., 389
  • Harbour Improvement at Belize, 543
  • Havre-Paris Pipe Line Progress, 123
  • Highest Monolithic Structure Yet Built, 595
  • Hong Kong University, 191
  • Hot Water Centres during Fuel Shortage in Birmingham, 569
  • Hydro-electric Plant Nearing Completion in Ontario, 513
  • Hydro-electric Possibilities of Queensland, 178
  • Hydro-electrical Development in Java, 13
  • Hydro-electrical Development in New Zealand, 13

I

  • ICE-CLEARING from Water Power Plants and Effect of Use of Explosives, 349
  • Iceland, Proposals for Railway and Electric Development, 97
  • Imports into Sweden from Germany, 459
  • Indian Construction Company Floated at Bombay, 123
  • Industrial Administration, Institute of, First Annual Dinner, 277
  • Industrial Welfare Society Conference, 207
  • Insulation of Sound, Tests of Variously Built Walls, Professor F. R. Watson, 491
  • Ipswich and Dust Collection, 151

IRON AND STEEL :

  • - Amalgamation of Steel Companies in France, 405
  • - Arc-fused Steel, Unfavourable Result of Examination by American Bureau of Standards, 13
  • - Austrian Duties on Iron and Steel, 595
  • - Blast-furnace, New, Erected at Huangshi- kang, China, 43
  • - Blast-furnaces in Lorraine, Diminished Number Working, 293
  • - Bombay Manufacture of High Quality Steels, 669
  • - Brazilian Government and Electrical Supply for Iron and Steel Making, 669
  • - British Columbia, Government Agreement with Steel Company, 405
  • - British Columbia, Projected Large Steel Works, 377
  • - Burma, Iron Ore Find, 207
  • - Chilean Concession to German Firm for Iron and Steel Industry, 207
  • - Combination of Large Companies in Japan, 43
  • - Deoxidisers in Steel Making, G. F. Comstock, 643
  • - Eastern Finland, Discovery of Iron Pyrites Deposit, 513
  • - Electric Furnace for Iron Castings, 669
  • - Ferro-chrome Alloy, Cheap and Rustless, by Electrical Production, 71
  • - International Nickel Company's 12,000,000- Dollar Plant, 97
  • - Iron Foundry in Chungking, China, Projected, 433
  • - Italian Inquiry into Iron and Steel Industry, 265
  • - Krupp Works Rustless Steel, 237
  • - Magnetic Iron Ore Discovery on the Russo- Ukrainian Border, 459
  • - Magnetic Method of Finding Bubbles and Cracks in Steel, 377
  • - Metallography of Low-carbon Steel, James Mitchell, 349
  • - National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers, Annual Meeting and Appointments, 344
  • - Output of Iron and Steel in the United Kingdom, Great Drop, 669
  • - "Rustless" Steel Again, 71, 97
  • - Steel Analysis, Strength of Solutions Used in Electrolytic Method of Determining, 485
  • - Steel Demand and Use of Old Material, 669
  • - Steel Ingot Production in the United States, Reduced Output, 595
  • - Steel for Valves of Oil Engines, 179
  • - Steel Works in America Compared with British, R. P. Smith, 543
  • - Steel Works at Port Kemble, New South Wales, 669
  • - Swedish Ironworks' Association Report, 151

IRON AND STEEL (continued):

  • - Tungsten and Molybdenum, Cheap Process for Conversion of Ores into Metal, 71
  • - Unbreakable Cast Steel Railway Wheel, Severe Tests, 595
  • - Western Australia Iron Ore Deposits, 179
  • ITALY, Engineering Works in, Lectures, Dr. Luigi Luiggi, 194, 232

J

  • JAMES Keith and Blackman Company, Limited, Dinner to Directors and Management, 361
  • Japan, Telephone Service Extension and Improvement, 260
  • Japanese Government to Develop Coal Mining and Other Industries, 293
  • Japanese High-power Wireless Station near Peking, 467
  • Japanese Patent Laws, Revision of, 513
  • Java, Deepening of Sourabaya Harbour, 377

K

  • KEITH, James, and Blackman Company, Dinner to Directors and Management, 361
  • Kelvin Medal, 1920, 135
  • Kelvin Medal Presentation to Dr. Unwin, 458
  • Kenya Colony, East Africa, Projected Sugar Plantation, 237
  • King George's Dock,-Calcutta, Work Begun, 151

L

  • LABOUR Ministry Appointment, 13
  • Laichikok, Hong Kong, Coaling Wharf and Oil- bunkering Appliances, 377
  • Lamps, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • Lamps, Large Incandescent, in the United States, 123
  • Lamps for Use on Board Ship, W. J. Jones, 543
  • Lead Caulking Recovered by Oxy-acetylene Blow-pipe, 619
  • Leather Belts, How to Use, Buck and Hickman, Limited, 605
  • Lifting Magnets for Handling Metal Sheets, Major F. A. Hooper, 207
  • Light Measurement by Portable Meter, 97
  • Lightning Arresters, Information Sought as to Defective Operation, 543
  • Lightning Arresters, Investigation, 97
  • Liquid Air in Vacuum Flasks, Losses, andc., Professor H. Briggs, 433
  • Lloyd's Register in Holland, 413
  • Lloyd's Register Scholarships and Essay Competitions, 162
  • Lock, Patent, to Eclipse the "Yale," 459
  • Locomotives, Small, Booklet on Handling, Andrew Barclay, Sons and Co., Limited, 389
  • Locust Destruction by Liquid Fire, 527
  • Lubricating Oil in Constant Service when Continuously Purified, 377

M

  • MACHINE Tool Trades' Association, Annual Meeting and Dinner, 55
  • Machine Tools in Australia, Large British Plant Suggested, 97
  • Magnesite Production in the United States, 543
  • Magnetos for Internal Combustion Engines, A. P. Young, 179
  • Manchuria, Establishment of Proper Communications Advised, 513
  • Manchuria, Harbour Construction on South Coast of, 513
  • Manufacturing Processes, Dangerous, List Extended by Home Secretary, 43
  • Metal and Mineral Output of South Australia, Increased Value of, 433
  • Metals, Failure of, under Internal or Prolonged Stress, Joint Discussion, 162--see also Associations
  • Metals in Germany, Fall in Prices, 109
  • Metric System Obligatory in Japan, 459
  • Mica Deposits of Lomagundi, South Africa, 71
  • Microscale, Swedish Instrument for Minute Weighing, 265
  • Microscope, A Works, 471
  • Mine Managers and Surveyors, Postponement of Examinations for Certificates, 543
  • Mine Warnings by Evil-smelling Substance, 293
  • Mineral Output of New South Wales, Increased Value of, 321
  • Mineral Resources of Tsinanfu, Shantung, 643
  • Miners' Lamps, Safety, andc., Committee Reappointed, 123
  • Miners' Phthisis in Gold Mines, C. J. Gray, 459
  • Mining Record in South Africa, 619
  • Mint at Shanghai will be Largest in the World, 377
  • Molybdenum--see Iron and Steel
  • Montevideo Harbour Extension, 43
  • Montreal Harbour, New Storage Warehouse, 459
  • Motor Car Engine, Waste Heat for Warming Body of the Car, 71
  • Motor Car Fuel Economy Trial, 274
  • Motor Car Hill-climbing Trials at Monaco, 349
  • Motor Car Imports into British India, United States Proportion nearly Three Times that of Great Britain, 43
  • Motor Car Racing, Disadvantage of Six and Eight-cylinder Engines, 513
  • Motor Car 1000-Miles Trial, Twenty-first Anniversary, 305
  • Motor Car Routes from the Congo to the Nile and to Lake Albert, 265
  • Motor Car which Won the Corsican Grand Prix, 513
  • Motor Fuels and Denaturation, Sir C. Bedford, 643
  • Motor Vehicles, Commercial, Parade of, 162
  • Motor Vehicles and Population in the United States, 619
  • Mysore, High-level Canal from River Cauvery Projected, 433

N

  • NAILS, Bolts and Nuts Manufacture, Report on Trade Combinations, 543
  • "Natalite," Experimental Consignment from South Africa, 543
  • Natural Gas in Mexico, Great Waste of, 207
  • Natural Gas and Petroleum Association of Canada, 216
  • New South Wales Manufactures, Statistics, 643
  • Niagara Falls, Power Increase Without Detriment to View, 71
  • Norway, Industrial and Economic Situation, Report on, 377

O

  • OCEAN Exploration, Proposed Expedition for, 459
  • Oil Bore-hole for South Africa, 293
  • Oil Deposits, Enormous Unexplored, in Various Regions of Southern Mexico, 669
  • Oil Development in Alberta, Rush for Oil Leases, 71
  • Oil Development in Canada, Petroleum Find, Aeroplane Communication, 123
  • Oil Engines, Drott Surface Ignition, Tests by Belgian Colonial Army, 569
  • Oilfields of Northern Canada, 293
  • Oil Finds on the Mackenzie River, Proposed Investigation by Canadian Government, 71
  • Oil Fuel Storage Installations in the Argentine, 669
  • Oil Prospecting by Aeroplane in the Orinoco Wilderness, 619
  • Oil for Steam Turbines, Necessity for Keeping in Good Condition, C. H. Bromley, 543
  • Oil Storage Tanks, Large, Being Built at Durban, 179
  • Oil Wells at Baku, Soviet Concession to British Company, 569
  • Oils for Lubrication, Continuous Duration if Continuously Purified, 377
  • Old Centralians, 191
  • Optophone, Thermionic Amplifier Experiments to Increase Sound Volume, A. A. Campbell Swinton, 405
  • Omnibus, Six-wheeled, Paris Experiment, 485
  • Ontario Loan for Hydro-electric Power Commission, 669
  • Ovens for Coke-making, in 1841, 123
  • Oxy-acetylene Blow-pipe for Boring Concrete, 595
  • Oxygen Manufacture for Engineering Use, Study of, at Harvard, 43

P

  • PACKING Case, Thief-proof, 543
  • Paris Passenger Traffic, Congestion Increase, Proposed Underground Moving Pavement, 265
  • Patent Office Assistant Examiners, Competitive Examination, 445, 549
  • Patent Office Inefficiency in America, 43
  • Pearl, Instrument to Detect Difference between Japanese Culture and Real Pearl, 662
  • "Penrol," New Motor Car Fuel, 433
  • Peru, Nationalisation of Water Power, 321, 669
  • Petrol Consumption in Australia, 405
  • Petroleum Bore-hole in Boshof District, South Africa, 485, 595
  • Petroleum Boring in Leicestershire, Licence Granted, 71
  • Philippines Postal and Passenger Aeroplane Service, 377
  • Phosphorus Deposits on Uninhabited Island, 265
  • Photometers, Illumination, Increased Use of, 377
  • Platinum Production in British Columbia, 433
  • Platinum, Prospecting for, in View of High Prices, 619
  • Platinum, World's Production of, 293
  • Plug, Bougiver Type, with Glass Insulator, 237
  • Polish Wireless Station, Very Large, to be Constructed by American Company, 265
  • Portland Cement Manufacture in Brazil, Proposed, 71, 151
  • Post Office Purchase of Trans-Atlantic Cable, 321
  • Power Plant near Melbourne and Fuel By-Products Recovery, 513
  • Presentations for Long Service, 629
  • Producer Gas, Bad Effect on Electric Machinery Windings, 179
  • Pulp and Paper Mill, 6,000,000-Dollar, Projected for Prince George, B.C., 97
  • Pulpwood in Manitoba, Land for Sale on Conditions, 377

Q

  • QUEBEC Government’s Department of Indus¬tries, 480
  • Quebec Harbour Improvement, 433
  • Queensland, Apprenticeship Scheme, 400
  • Queensland, Reports on Hydro-electric Possibilities of, 178
  • Queenston-Chippawa Canal Development, 669

R

  • RADIO Apparatus in Aerial Navigation, 619
  • Radio-telegraph and Radio-telephone Station, Powerful, for the Argentine, 349
  • Radio Valves for Handling Large Outputs, 265
  • Radium for Denmark, National Fund for Purchase of, 513
  • Radium Discovery in Madagascar, 106

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS :

  • Accidents:
  • - American Accidents—see United States Railways
  • - Cambrian Railway Blocked through Gale Damage, 97

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • - Accidents (continued):
  • -- Cambrian Railway Disaster at Abermule, 237, 265, 651
  • -- Christmas and Accidents Record, 13
  • -- Coupling Failures and Accidents, Change in Regulations as to Reporting, 569
  • -- Fatal Accident, Rare Type of, on the North British Railway, 377 ; Report, 669
  • -- Fatal Accident Statistics, 71
  • -- Fatal Collision with Empty Coaches, 321
  • -- Fatal Passenger Train Accidents in this Country, Only Two in Nine Months, 377
  • -- Liverpool Overhead Railway Collision, Report, 511
  • -- London and South-Western Collision during Fog, near Vauxhall, 151 ; Report, 405
  • -- London and South-Western Collision near Vauxhall, Report, 123
  • -- Lostock Junction Collision, Death of Another Passenger, 237
  • -- Paris-Orleans Railway Fatal Accidents, 543
  • -- Reports on Three Months' Accidents, 207, 293
  • -- Whitehouse Junction, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Collision, Report, 66
  • - Acworth, Mr. W. M., Knighted, 97
  • - Amalgamation of Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway with the London and North- Western, Terms, 405 ; Previous Rejection of Similar Bill, 405
  • - American Steam Locomotive Increased Export, 207
  • - Apple Growing on Railway Embankments, Unfavourable Comment on Proposal, 513
  • - Appointments and Staff Changes, 13, 43, 71, 97, 177, 179, 595, 643, 669
  • - Argentine and Brazil as Markets for American Railway Material, 431
  • - Armistice Railway Car to be Permanently Preserved in Paris, 485
  • - Ashford Schools of the South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, 245
  • - Automatic Signalling, English and American Claims to Invention, 237
  • - Automatic Signalling on Mersey Railway Line, 319
  • - Average Wagon Load, Highest on Record, 321
  • - Baghdad Railway Ownership, 13
  • - Belfast and County Down Railway, Capital Expenditure, 265
  • - Bideford, Westward Ho ! and Appledore Railway, Rolling Stock to be Sold, 405
  • - Bolivian Railway between Potosi and Sucre, 576
  • - Bologna and Florence, Electrification of Line, 513
  • - Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, Survey for New Line, 595
  • - Boonzaier T.U.V. Automatic Coupling, 286
  • - Bridge Across the Yellow River, Plans, 71
  • - Bridge, New, Over the Avon, Chippenham, 506
  • - Bridges Over Railways and Omnibus Traffic, 669
  • -British Railways and the Great War, Private Wagons Service, E. A. Pratt, 543
  • - Brixton and Ludgate Hill Train Service Withdrawn, 321
  • - Caledonian Railway, Eight-hour Day, Increase in Men and in Cost of Fuel, 293
  • - Caledonian Railway Goods Brake Vans, Clayton Wagons, Limited, 151
  • - Caine Branch Railway Bridge, New, near Chippenham, 506
  • - Cambrian Railway Meeting and the Abermule Accident, 237
  • - Cambrian Railway Takes Over Tanat Valley Light Railway, 377
  • - Canadian Railways, Ownership and Finance, 542
  • - Channel Tunnel Decision Delayed, 669
  • - Channel Tunnel or Train Ferries, 321
  • - Cheap Tickets Issue Question to be Left to the Railway Companies, 433
  • - Chilian and Argentine New Railway Construction, 123
  • - Chinese Railway Single-line Working and Token Instruments, 321
  • - Claims for Lost or Damaged Goods, Reduced Number of, at Paddington, 433
  • - Coal Strikes and Railway Loss, 377
  • - Colwyn Committee :
  • -- Further Information Asked for, 43
  • -- Report, 13
  • -- Sir A. K. Butterworth's Evidence, 71
  • - Commercial Travellers' Week-end Tickets, Suggested Revival, 349
  • - Competitive Goods Traffic Allocation Ceases, 265
  • - Concession to Season Ticket Holders during Restricted Train Service, 459
  • - "Container" System and Pilfering from American Railways, 207
  • - Cost of Material for Railways and Shipping, Enormous Rates Driving Huge Orders Abroad, 321
  • - Crewe Men, Past and Present, 417, 471
  • - Danish State Railways, New Steamer for Ferry, 123
  • - Death of Engineman, and Workmen's Compensation Act, 485
  • - Death of Mr. E. A. Bowden, 405
  • - Death of Mr. George Estall, 638
  • - Death of Mr. G. P. Neele, 13
  • - Death of Lord Terrington, 151
  • - Denbighshire Transport Schemes and State Finance Question, 619
  • - District and Associated Railways, Self supporting Basis Restored, 265
  • - Dublin and South-Eastern Railway, and Coast Erosion, 409
  • - Dublin and South-Eastern Railway, Escape from III Consequences of "Munitions" Strike, 293
  • - Ealing and Shepherd's Bush Extension, Poor Results, 293
  • - East London Railway's Hard Caso, 179
  • - Eastern Group of Railways, Suggested Further Inclusion, 207, 237
  • - Electric Lighting of Railway Stations, New Method on the London and South-Western Railway, 569
  • - Electric Railway Training Film, 97
  • - Electrical Starting Signal, 237
  • - Electric Traction on Railways, Lecture on its Advantages, Sir V. Raven, 179

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • - Electrification of United Kingdom Railways, Delays Solely due to Finance, 522
  • - Empty Rolling Stock, Waste in Cost of Haulage, 513
  • - English Railway Stockholders' Protection Association, 179
  • - Exceptional Rates and the Iron and Steel Trade, 669
  • - Finland, Proposed New Railway in Ceded Territory, 207
  • - First-class Compartments on the District Railway, Not to be Abolished, 13
  • - Folkestone and Boulogne, Day Service Restored, 123
  • - Freight Statistics, Four Weeks, and the Miners' Strike, 123
  • - Furness Railway's Increased Passenger Traffic, 412
  • - Furness Railway's New Locomotives, 71
  • - Furness Railway Scholarship, Conditions, 513
  • - Furness Railway, Sunday Closing of some Stations, 122
  • - Gauge, Break of, Device, Trial in Australia, 71
  • - Gauge Conversion, Cost in Australia, 349
  • - Gauge Disadvantages in Australia, 123
  • - Gauge Question in South America, Difficulties Caused by Diversity, 43
  • - German Locomotive Tenders for the Compania del Norte, 207
  • - Glasgow and South-Western Railway Report, 237
  • - Glasgow Subway Railway's Heavy Loss on Working, 349
  • - Glasgow Underground Electrification Declined on Account of Cost, 293
  • - Goods Tonnage and Ton-miles in January, Reduction, 485
  • - Goods Traffic by Road, Railway Companies' Service, 179
  • - Government Control, Date of Termination, 207
  • - Great Eastern Engines Converted for Oil Firing, 569
  • - Great Eastern Railway, Harwich-Antwerp New Steamer Malines, 71
  • - Great Eastern Railway and the Railways Bill, 577
  • - Great Eastern Railway, Steamers and Crane Cost, 179
  • - Great Indian Peninsula Railway, Expected
  • - Large Expenditure on Rolling Stock, 207
  • - Great Western Goods Train Working, Saving, 293
  • - Great Western Point and Signal Levers, 123
  • - Great Western Railway, Excursions and Fares Reduction, 433
  • - Great Western Railway, Staff Training Scheme, 179
  • - Grouping of Railways, Pros and Cons, 43, 207, 237, 265
  • - Heavy Electric Traction, Co-operation with American Railway Engineering Association, 433
  • - Holyhead, Work at, Parliamentary Sanction Required, 643
  • - Hungary and State Railways, Electrification, 643
  • - Indian Government Loan at 7 per cent., 459
  • - Indian Railway Development and the Finance Question, 97
  • - Indian Railways, Automatic Continuous Vacuum Brake Recommended on, 485
  • - Ingot Mould Weighing over 87 Tons Carried by Rail, 543
  • - Institutes and Institutions, Railway--see Associations, andc.
  • - Interlocking on Single-line Railways, 669
  • - Irish Collieries' War-time Railways, Successful Traffic, 293
  • - Irish Railwaymen and "Direct Action," 13
  • - Iron and Steel Trade and Exceptional Carriage Rates, 669
  • - Italy's Projected Electrification of 5000 Miles of Railways, 555
  • - Japanese Government Railways, Electrification, 648
  • - Japanese Imperial Government Railways, Gauge Question, 459
  • - Krupps' Successful Tender for Steel Wheels for Argentine Railways, 349
  • - Lancashire and Yorkshire First-class Season Ticket Holders, 377
  • - Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Increase of Capital Expenditure, 459
  • - Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Sir E. Stockton and Hereditary Service, 179
  • - Leeds and Liverpool Canal Company Ceases as a Carrier, Wages, Hours and the Trade Union, 433
  • - Level Crossing for Two Vehicles a Week at a Weekly Cost of over £12, 293
  • - Liverpool Committee on Question of Additional Passenger Facilities, 293
  • - Locomotives and Wagons, New. and under Repair, 237
  • - London and North-Western Engine Coaling Plant at Crewe, 377
  • - London and North-Western Railway Chairmanship, 595
  • -London and North-Western Work at Holyhead, Parliamentary Approval Necessary, 643
  • - London and South-Western Electrical Services Traffic Statistics, 43
  • - London and South-Western New Signalling Invention, 123
  • - London Traffic Authority Bill Abandoned, 321
  • - Lung-hai Railway Construction, Maritime Terminus and New Port Projected, 595
  • - Melbourne Suburban Railways, Success of Partial Electrification, 595
  • - Mersey Railway, Automatic Signalling on Line from Liverpool to Birkenhead, 319
  • - Mersey Railway Company Fares Advance, 569
  • - Metropolitan Railway Company's New Well, 264
  • - Midland Railway Express Trains Punctuality, 301
  • - Midland Railway, Increased Output of New and Repaired Rolling Stock, 265
  • - Ministry of Transport's Committee on Railway Companies' Goods Traffic Road Service, 179
  • - Ministry of Transport's Figures as to Passenger Traffic, 669
  • - National Union of Railwaymen, Decline in Membership, 543

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • - New South Wales Railway Car Mileage, Suggested Increase to Effect Large Savings, 465
  • - New South Wales Railways, Suggestions for Improvements and Economies Adopted, 349
  • - North British Railway and Burntisland Harbour, 643
  • - North British Railway Ferry Charges, 459
  • - North British and Other Companies and the Ministry of Transport, Disputed Claims, 237, 293, 543, 595
  • - North-Eastern Railway, Economies in View of Increased Cost, 293
  • - North-Eastern Railway, Meeting to Consider Railways Bill, 543
  • - North-Eastern Railway and Railway Grouping Scheme, 43, 207, 237
  • - North-Eastern Wages Bill, Increase of 225 per Cent., 265
  • - North Staffordshire Engines Fitted for Oil Fuel, 619
  • - North Staffordshire Railway Bill, 542
  • - North Staffordshire Railway's Proposed Capital Expenditure on Rolling Stock, 293
  • - Norwegian Government Concession for Electric Railway, 179
  • - Oil Fuel on the Southern Pacific Railroad, 669
  • - Passenger Fares and the Coal Strike, 538
  • - Passenger Traffic Reduction Statistics, 669
  • - Pekin and Hankow Railway, New Bridge, 71
  • - Pekin-Hankow and Pekin-Pukow Railways' Connection, 643
  • - Pekin New Railway Station, 543
  • - Policy Proposed in White Paper, Men's Joint Committee on, 97
  • - Port Talbot Railways and Docks Company, Railway Business and Property Taken Over by Great Western, 433
  • - Presentation to Mr. J. Rayner-Smith, 43
  • - Pre-war Facilities, but at Post-war Prices, 619
  • - Prince of Wales' Train Derailment in Australia Due to Heavy Train, 349
  • - Queensland Government Railways, Change in Administration, 513
  • - Quick Method of Tickets Issue, 485
  • - Quito, Ecuador, National Tramway Company Plans, 643
  • - Rail Locomotive Parts from the United States, 349
  • - Rails from Belgium £12 per Ton Against £23 at Home, 321
  • - Rails, Steel, for the South Manchurian Railway, 459
  • - Railway Benevolent Institution Funds, 151. 321
  • - Railway Commissioners, New Appointment, 71
  • - Railway Companies' Claims and the Government, 543
  • - Railway Companies and Trades Unions, New Agreement, 543 ; Further Discussion, 569
  • - Railway Difficulties and Railwaymen's Hours and Pay, 619
  • - Railway Equipment Increasing Cost, 459
  • - Railway Material Exports, Statistics, 182, 265, 377, 485, 619
  • - Railway Operating Statistics, 123, 151, 179, 292, 330, 459, 485
  • - Railway Returns for 1919. First Since the War, 237, 568
  • - Railway Servants' Pay, Sliding Scale, 97, 123, 377
  • - Railway Staff and Unemployment, Question of Guaranteed Week, 97
  • - Railway Stockholders' Association and Sir Eric Geddes, 237
  • - Railway Stockholders Outnumber Railway Employees, 433
  • - Railway Track Cost and Motor Vehicle Immunity, 293
  • - Railway and Tramway Traffic, Morning and Evening Hours' Demands, 569
  • - Railways Bill, Analysis of Voting, 595
  • - Railways Bill, Directors' Views and Communication with Proprietors, 569
  • - Railways Bill Introduction, 459, 543, 643
  • - Railways Bill Postponement and End of Control, 433
  • - Rates Advisory Committee, Fares, andc., 237
  • - Rates Advisory Committee and Goods Classification, 43, 97, 237, 377
  • - Rates Advisory Committee, Postponement of Public Meeting on Account of Present Crisis, 433, 569
  • - Receipts and Expenditure for November, 1920, 71
  • - Receipts and Expenditure for December, 1920, 349
  • - Receipts and Expenditure for March, 1921, 512
  • -Receipts and Expenditure for April, 643
  • - Receipts and Expenditure for Twelve Months, 349
  • - Reports of English Railway Companies, 179
  • - Restricted Service Due to Coal Strike, 595
  • - Richborough and the South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, 207
  • - Road Traffic and Loss by Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 459
  • - Road Traffic by Railways, 459
  • - Rolling Stock Construction and Repair Statistics, 123, 619
  • - Rolling Stock Expenditure by Two Railways, 459
  • -Rubber Covering of Platforms Suggested to Reduce Noise, 669
  • -Rumanian Railways and Working by French Group, 71
  • - "Safety First," Awards to Drivers of Street Vehicles, 265
  • - Scottish Coalowners' Association and the Railway Question, 13
  • - Scottish Railway Companies and English Amalgamation Tribunal, 569
  • - Scottish Railway Stockholders' Protection Association, Appeal, 485
  • - Scottish Railway's Increased Expenditure, 643
  • - Shropshire Union Railways and Canal Company Ceases to be a Carrier, 669
  • - Signal-box Control of Railway Points, 651
  • - Single-decker Omnibuses for Road Bridges over Railways, 669
  • - Single-line Working not to be Abandoned, 321
  • - South African Railways and Harbours, Failure in Courtesy of Staff, 513
  • - South African Railways and Harbours, Finance Analysis, 433

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • - South African Railways, Increase in Mileage and Traffic, 433
  • - South African Railways, Useful Disposal of Timber Packing Material, 405
  • - South African Reduction of Railway Rates for Bunker Coal, 459
  • - South African Treatment of Light Railway Rolling Stock, 652
  • - South-Eastern Railway, Holdings of Stock, Analysis, 207
  • - South-Western Railway Delayed Electrification Due to Enormous Cost Increase, 293
  • -Spanish Iron and Steel Syndicate for Supply of Wagons to Spanish Railways, 151
  • - Spanish Railway Electric Installations, Contract for American Firms, 151
  • - Spanish Railway Material Obtained from Germany, 151
  • - Spanish Railway Wagons and Germany's Successful Tender, 151
  • - Spanish Railway Wagons Ordered from Spanish Firms, 321
  • - Spanish Railways, Ownership Transference, 595
  • - Standardisation of Wages, Anomalies, 349
  • - Standardised Wages in Ireland as well as on British Lines, 293
  • - Steam Rail Motor Cars Reduced to Four on the London and South-Western Railway, 466
  • - Strikes and Wireless Telephony, 207
  • - Suez Canal and Kantara Bridge Question, 513
  • - Sunday Night Trains and Withdrawal of Sunday Postal Service, 643
  • - Sunday Trains, Improved Service between Broad-street and Richmond, 432
  • - Superannuation Allowances of Old Railway Servants, Increased Benefits, 349
  • - Superheating on British Railways and Mr. O. Winder, 377
  • - Swedish Locomotive Manufacturing Firm, Soviet Orders and Extension of Works, 179
  • - Swiss Electrical Locomotives and Motor Coaches, 569
  • - Swiss Railways, Nationalisation Question, 619
  • - Tanat Valley Light Railway Taken Over by Cambrian Company, 377
  • - Telegraph and Telephone Wire Mileage Maintained by Railways for Post Office Use, 265
  • - Telescoping and Composition of Passenger Trains, 265
  • - Three-cylinder Engines for Express Passenger Trains, 569
  • - Tientsin--Pukow Railway Electric Plant, 595
  • - Ton-mileage Figures for March, 669
  • - Traffic Figures, Reduction in Passengers, 669
  • - Traffic Increase between Bakerloo and London and North-Western Railway, 328
  • - Traffic (Merchandise) Decline during March, 669
  • - Traffic by Railway or Ship, Rates Question, 459
  • - Traffic Statistics, Passengers and Passenger Receipts, 123
  • - Train Alterations and Additions Postponed on Account of Coal Dispute, 643
  • - Train Ferries as Alternative to Channel Tunnel, 321
  • -Train Services, Improvement in, 643
  • - Train Services, Passenger, Reduction, for Saving of Coal, 485
  • - Transport, Passenger Traffic and Electric Power Demand, Arthur Watson on, 485
  • - Triennial Census of Railway Servants, 404
  • - Tunnel under the Thames to Connect Gravesend and Tilbury, Projected, 321
  • - Unballasted Lines in Australia, Excessive Cost of Working, 71
  • - United States Railways :
  • -- Accident Inquiries, Disastrous Record, 123
  • -- Accidents Record, Improvement, 13
  • -- Accidents Record, Method of Reporting, 619
  • -- American Railroad Wages Reduction, 643
  • -- Average Railway Receipts and Wholesale Prices in United States, 595
  • -- Baldwin Company's Locomotive Output, 151
  • - Boilers, Locomotive, Inspector's Recommendation, 405
  • -- Congressional Enquiry into Railway Finance, 513
  • -- Consolidation of Railways, U.S. Government Scheme, 64
  • -- Death of Mr. George S. Rice, 151
  • -- Electrification of Railways in America, Committee's Conclusions, 595
  • -- Electrification of Railways, Committee's Report, 569
  • -- Electrification of Railways and Industries between Boston and Washington, Investigation as to Economy, 97
  • -- Employees on the United States Railways, Numbers and Pay, 543
  • -- Expansion of Facilities for Traffic Movements, 265
  • -- Freight Traffic Greatly Diminished, 43, 207
  • -- Fruits and Vegetables and Freight Rates, 595
  • -- Labour and Inter-urban Railways, Disputes and Labour Board Decision, 71
  • -- Locomotive Export Association of New York City on United States Successful Competition for Orders, 349
  • -- New York Central, Terrible Collision near Chicago, 342
  • -- New York State and City, Transit Commission Appointed, 513
  • -- Pennsylvania, New York Terminus and Ferries Statistics, 71
  • -- Pennsylvania Railroad, Pittsburg Station and Public Thoroughfares, Wall Failure and Results, 151
  • -- Pennsylvania Railroad, Seventy-fifth Anniversary, 513
  • -- Private Operation of the United States Railways, Nine Months' Remarkable Increases, 207
  • -- Rail Sections, Rolling, Needless Expense, 179
  • -- Rails Production in the United States, Details, 595
  • -- Railway Track Mileage, Great Decrease, 569
  • -- Railwaymen's Conventions and Depressed Trade, 543

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • - United States Railways (continued):
  • -- Revenue Decrease, but no Change in Wages, Possible Inquiry, 465, 513
  • -- "Safety First" Reminder on the Chicago and North-Western Railroad, 513
  • -- Salaries of Railway Officers in America, 643
  • -- Tickets or Payment in the Train, Company's Action, 513
  • -- Timber Bridge Replaced by Steel, 43
  • -- Tramcar Preferred to Rapid Transit Railways, 349
  • -- Unjustifiable Complaints from Florida, 595
  • - Victoria and New South Wales Delegation to United States, 669
  • - Victoria and New South Wales, Increase in Inter-traffic, 123
  • - Victoria Station, District Railway, New Footbridge and Exit, 405
  • - Victorian Government Railways' New Type of Locomotive, 97
  • - Victorian Government Railways' Statement as to Increased Fares, 669
  • - Victorian Government Railways' Statistics, 43
  • - Victorian Railways and Car Loading, 543
  • - Wages and Fares, Railway, Finance on the Furness Railway, 405
  • - Wagon, Privately Owned, Question of Abolition, 97
  • - Welsh Railways and the Railways Bill Grouping, 619
  • - Whitsuntide and the Coal Dispute, 543
  • - Wireless on the Midland and London and North-Western Railways for Railway Purposes only, 543
  • - Wireless Telephony and Railway Strikes, 207
  • RAIN Precipitation by Electro-static Influence, Experiments with Aeroplane, 405
  • Refrigerating Industry, Volume of Standard Ton in British Thermal Units, 43
  • Reservoirs near Poona, Land Compensation Question Unsettled, 569
  • Rest, One Day in Seven, in South African Mines, 97
  • Rice Straw for Power Alcohol, 643
  • Road 172 Miles Long Proposed between Canton and Kowloon, 595
  • Road Wheel, New, 527
  • Rock Drills, Pneumatic, Mechanical and Thermal Efficiency of, 71
  • "Romance of Science," Professor Sir W. H. Bragg, 321
  • Royal Agricultural Society Show, at Darby, 349
  • Royal College of Science, Royal School of Mines, City and Guilds (Engineering) College, Meteorological Lectures, Programme, 24
  • Rubber Industry in United States as Largest User of Electric Power, 97
  • Rugby Water--see Water Supply

S

  • ST. LAWRENCE River, Latest Water Power Development Scheme, 669

SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH :

  • - Companies Approved and Licence Applied for :
  • -- British Cast Iron Research Association, 669
  • -- Cast Iron and Allied Industries Research Association, 207
  • -- Liquid Fuels for Oil Engines, British Research Association, 237
  • - Reports of Work in connection with Ministry of Munitions, 428
  • - Sulphuric and Nitric Acids, Recovery of, Report, 428
  • SCIENTIFIC Societies, Conjoint Board to Discontinue Certain Publications, 433
  • Scottish Water Power Companies’ Dispute Settled, 569
  • Scrap Disposal off Workshop Floors, 643
  • Searchlights, Military, for Java, Very Powerful, 459
  • Seine Steamboats Expected to Resume Running, 151
  • Shale with Large Oil Percentage in Brazil, 179.
  • Sheffield Association of Metallurgists and Metallurgical Chemists, 168
  • Shell Reamers, “Surrey” Adjustable, 218

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :

  • - Admiralty Large Coastal Motor Boat. Trials of No. 102 M, 293
  • - American Battle-cruisers, Electric-driven, 485
  • - Canadian Government Steamships’ Operations, Ministerial Statistics, 405
  • - Canadian Shipbuilding Statistics, 669
  • - Canadian Steamers Exchanging Oil for Coal Fuel Equipment, 43
  • - Coal Strike Effects on Shipping, 13
  • - Danish State Railways’ New Ferry Steamer, 123
  • - Diesel Electric Drive in American Steel Ship, 273, 321
  • - Diesel Motor Ship, New Twin Screw, Burmeister and Wain, 178
  • - Electric Auxiliaries for Merchant Ships, C. H. Giroux, 293
  • - Electric Drive for American Cargo Vessels, Experiment, 265
  • - Electric Drive for Ships, H. K. Barrows, 237
  • - German Motor Ship Machinery, Record Power Development, 643
  • - Great Eastern Geared Turbine Steamer Malines for Harwich-Antwerp Service, 71
  • - Herring Drifter Speedwell, Lugger Rig and de Laval Steam Turbines, 207
  • - Ivernia, Steel Steamer for the Svenska Lloyd Company, 237
  • - Launching Lifeboats by Motor Tractor, 335
  • - Marine Diesel Engine, Present Position of, James Richardson, 237
  • - Motor Ship Canada Built in Sweden for South Pacific Service, 237
  • - Motor Ship Java Launched, Burmeister and Wain, 123
  • - Motor Ship Trades in Oil Free of Cost for Her Own Fuel, 377
  • - Motor Ships, Thirteen Ocean - going, Launched, 321
  • - Motor Tug and Repair Boat Esab IV., 293
  • - Oil-engined Vessels in Use whilst many Steamers are Idle, 643

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS (continued):

  • - Oil Fuel on the ss, Bismarck, 569
  • - Oil Tankers and other Steamers Built at Hong Kong, 13
  • - Olympic Oil Bunker Capacity Increased, 321
  • - Salvaged Vessel from the Red Sea, 595
  • - Self-propelled Steel Barges with Electrical Steering Gear, 433
  • - Ship Loading Speed Record in Duluth Harbour, 293
  • - Shipyard at Vancouver Reopened, 151
  • - Somersetshire, Steamship, Launched at Belfast, Complete Electrical Equipment, 293
  • - South Australia and Shipbuilding, Launch of the Eurimbla, 485
  • - Spanish Shipbuilding and Navigation Development, New Law, 485
  • - Steamship Spaniel, Conversion as Cattlecarrying Boat, 454
  • - Stranding of Steamer Blackhill, Bearings Obtained by Wireless during Fog, 97
  • - Tank Steamer Repaired by Use of Outside Caisson, 13
  • - Tug, Quaint Type, for New York State Canal, 569
  • SHORT-STROKE Planers, Advantages over Shaping Machines, 543
  • Silver and Lead in the Yukon, 151
  • Silver-lead Mine at Cania, Central Queensland, 377
  • Sir John Cass Technical Institute, 308
  • Smart Work by a Middlesbrough Company, 569
  • Smugglers' Armoured Car and Contents Captured in Flanders, 569
  • South African Imports and Exports, 43
  • South African Mining and Engineering Journal, Editor, 207
  • South African Road Bridges, Large Order to United Kingdom, 595
  • South Kensington Science Museum, New Catalogues, 405
  • Spain, Longest Motor Transport Line in the Country Opened, 433
  • Spanish Bill for Expenditure on Public Works, 543
  • Spanish Harbour Conditions, 405
  • Spanish Telephones and Swedish Manufacture, 619
  • Sparking Plug, New Type, 669
  • Standard--see also British Standard
  • Standardisation, Automobile, 642
  • Standardisation in Belgium, 43
  • Steam Engine, Single-cylinder, Largest in Europe, 513
  • Steam Ferry Traffic between Sweden and Great Britain, 349
  • Steam Pipe Explosion Causes, 349
  • Steam Turbines, Pass-out, D. Brownlie, 179
  • Steel--see Iron and Steel
  • Sulphite Pulp Mill, Finland, to Begin Work, 485
  • Sulphuric Acid Manufacture in the United States, 123
  • Sulphuric and Nitric Acid--see also Scientific Research
  • Swansea as the Chief Oil Port of the United Kingdom, 619
  • Swedish Agricultural Machinery, Reduced Prices, 207
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge Proposal, Tenders to be Invited, 43

T

  • TANK, Amphibious, Trials, 459
  • Taxation of Mechanically Propelled Road Vehicles, 179
  • Telephone Cable, Continental Trunk, 679
  • Telephone Rate Increase in New York, 349
  • Telephone Sentry-boxes for Motorists' Night Use, 265
  • Telephones for Cuba, 8000 Ordered, 151
  • Telephones, Long-distance, Experiments in France, 619
  • Telephones in Sweden, Pre-eminent Position Claimed for, 71
  • Thornycroft's London Staff Dinner, 159
  • Thunder and Gunfire, Accoustics Comparison, J. W. Humphreys, 643
  • Tides Utilisation as Motive Power in Hie et Vilaine, Experimental Work, 237
  • Tractor Trials, Successful, on Singapore Rubber Estate, 485
  • Tractors at Beersheba, Demonstration, 459
  • Tractors to Replace Coolie Labour, Suggestion, 485
  • Tractors in Western Canada, 595
  • Train Ferry, Anglo-Swedish, Proposed, 13
  • Train Ferry, Anglo-Swedish, Postponed, 459
  • Tungsten--see Iron
  • Tunnel, New Vehicular, between New York and Jersey, Ventilation Experiments, 97
  • Turbine Lubrication and Oil Purifying, 377
  • Turbo-blower, Unusual Accident, 405

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT on the Continent Daily Increasing, 151
  • United States Copper Export Association, 179
  • United States Electric Trucks in Commission, Great Increase in Number, 405
  • United States Shipping Material, Sale of, 513
  • University of London, University College, Lectures, 27, 232 ; Lectures by Professor Luigi Luiggi, 194, 232
  • University of Manchester, Lecture by Professor Einstein, 433

V

  • VALVES of Internal Combustion Engines, Heat Treatment for, 293
  • Vancouver, Increase in Cargo Handled at the Port, 265
  • Vancouver Island, Mineral-bearing Land Survey by Canadian Pacific Railway, 405
  • Venezuela, Commercial Museum in, 260

W

  • WAGES Reduction in New York Shipyards, 293
  • Wagon, 12-Ton Standardisation Recommended, 440
  • Water Diversion from Lake Michigan, Proposed, Anticipated Effect on Level of St. Lawrence River, 569
  • Water Power Plant, Cost of, in New England, 237
  • Water Power of the St. Lawrence River, Latest Development Scheme, 669

WATER SUPPLY :

  • - Bombay Water Supply Department Inviting Various Tenders, 595
  • - Chauny (Aisne) Drinking Water and Drainage Plant Competition, 237
  • - Cordoba Water Supply Improvement Scheme, 669
  • - Rand Pumping Scheme Plant, Tenders, 207
  • - Rand Water Supply, Barrage across the Vaal River, 595
  • - Rugby Water and Sewage Scheme for Clifton- on-Dunsmore, 216
  • - Seattle, Additional Water Supply, 377
  • - Specifications of Standard Water Pipes and Fittings, 224
  • - Sydney Water Supply Extension, 349
  • - Tampico, Mexico, Water Supply for, 433
  • WATER Tanks, Elevated, Reinforced Concrete Built in Germany, 207
  • Waygood-Otis, Limited, Patriotic Fund Winding-up,. 389
  • Welding, Acetylene, Success with a Long Steel Gas Pipe, 543
  • Well Sunk by Metropolitan Railway at Neasden, 264
  • West Bromwich goes a Borrowing, 619
  • West Kent Main Sewerage Board, New Plant, 97
  • Wheel, Road, New Form, Stagg Patent Wheel Company, 527
  • Wind Power, Improved Method for Utilisation of, 151
  • Wire Measurement, Difficulties in Obtaining Exact Results, 43
  • Wireless, Amateur, Installations in America and United Kingdom, 151
  • Wireless Equipped Motor Car for San Francisco, 485
  • Wireless Post Suggested on Willis Island, 643
  • Wireless Station for Belgium, to be Among Most Powerful in the World, 377
  • Wireless Station, Most Powerful in the World, First Stone Laid at Sainte Assise, 71
  • Wireless Station Plant at Port Elizabeth, 569
  • Wireless Station, Proposed, on Bank Premises, 293
  • Wireless Station at Shanghai, 513
  • Wireless Station at Tomiska, Japan, 97
  • Wireless Station at Warsaw, American Company to Erect, 349
  • Wireless Telegraph Station for Greenland, British and Danish Negotiations, 485
  • Wireless Telegraph Station on the Willis Islands, Investigation of Possibilities by Australian Government, 265, 321
  • Wireless Telegraphy in Life-saving at Sea, 349
  • Wireless Telegraphy for Railway Purposes, Successful Tests, 207
  • Wireless Telephone for American Motor Cars, 71
  • Wireless Telephone for Panama Railway Towing Vessels, 293
  • Wireless Telephony for Commercial Purposes, First Installation in United Kingdom, 377
  • Wireless, World's Long-distance Record Broken, 405
  • Women's Engineering Society :
  • - Loughborough Branch Started, 109
  • - Second Annual General Meeting, 581
  • Wood Preservation, Various Methods, 349
  • Wood Pulp Mill Started in Alaska, 433
  • Wooden Wedges in the Rand Mines, 642
  • Woosung, near Shanghai, Industrial District Development, 411
  • Wuchang as a Port on the Yangtze River, 643

X

  • X-RAY Motor Ambulance Wagon, 595

Y

  • YORKSHIRE Boiler Works, Visit and Lecture, 471

Z

  • ZANZIBAR Harbour, Extensive Improvement, 207
  • Zanzibar Harbour Improvement Works, Cost of, 43
  • Zinc Ammonium Chloride in Galvanising to Replace Sal Ammoniac, 97
  • Zinc Ore Treatment by Novel Electric Resistance Furnce, Professor C. H. Fulton, 13

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