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The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.

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A

  • ABERDARE Mining Engineering Laboratory, 241
  • Acetylene, Dissolved, Film for Exhibition, Allen-Liversidge, Limited, 682
  • Admiralty Chemical Laboratories, Co-ordination of Work, 241

AERONAUTICS :

  • - Aerial Service between Seville and Buenos Aires, 241
  • - Aerodrome Lighthouse at Madrid, 241
  • - Air Mail Services between Pretoria and Capetown, 525
  • - Airship Conference, International, 164
  • - Air Taxis for Liner Passengers, 183
  • - American National Balloon Race, 469
  • - French Aeroplane Company's Success with Toulouse-Casablanca Air Line, Proposed Extension, 241
  • - Helicopter Prize Offer by Air Ministry, 285
  • - Helium Daily Loss from an Airship, 639
  • - Safety Fuel Tanks for Aircraft, Prize Awards, 469
  • - Telephonic Communication for Aeroplanes with London, Paris and Lausanne, 415, 441
  • - Under-water Photography from Aeroplanes of no Practical Utility, Colonel E. Lester Jones, 695
  • ALASKAN Minerals, Good Prospects for Silver and Lead Mining, 43
  • Alcohol in Australia, Synthetic and Otherwise, Question of Cheap Electricity, 43
  • Alcohol Production for Fuel, Possible Use of Reclaimed Land, 43
  • Allen-Liversidge, Limited, Annual Dinner, 80
  • Alfonso XIII. Canal, Slow Progress of, 387
  • Aluminium Alloy Pistons, Competition, 101
  • Aluminium and its Light Alloys, Atmospheres in Industrial Furnaces Used for Melting, American Investigation, 415
  • Aluminium Output in the United States, 695
  • Aluminium Oxide and Various Defects it Causes, 441
  • Aluminium Soldering, Improved Method for, 155
  • Ammonia--see Synthetic
  • Anatolia, Rivers in, Adaptability for Transport and Industry, 557
  • Anti-freezing Solutions and Use of Glycerine, 183
  • "Archibald Dawnay" Scholarships in Civil Engineering, 371
  • Architectural Humour and Woman, 611
  • Argentina's Expected Oil Boom, 583
  • Argentine Government to Clear Wreckage from the River Plate Channel, 441

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS-IN-CHARGE :
  • - Annual Dinner, 620
  • - Approaching Incorporation, 415
  • INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY :
  • - Award of Meldola Medal, 271
  • INSTITUTE, CONCRETE :
  • - Ancient Arch, Cost of Preservation, Estimate, 213
  • - Building Exhibition, Arrangements and Discussions Programme, 354, 453
  • - Gravel-washing Plant, Best Design for Continuous Work, E. F. Sargeant, 553
  • - Skilled Workmen Wanted, E. F. Etchells, 155
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • - Liquid Fuel, J. H. Anderson, 43
  • - Lloyd's Register Scholarships and Student Graduate Examinations, Pamphlet, 164
  • - Oil Fuel, A. Keens, 611
  • - Petroleum and Lubrication, E. A. Evans, 415,469
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • - Annual, Autumn and other Meetings, Dinner, Annual Lecture, Pamphlet on Corrosion, andc., 112
  • - Annual General Meeting, Programme, Offer of Tickets to Visitors, 164, 255
  • - Autumn Meeting in Swansea, 682
  • - Journal of the Institute, Vol. xxvi., 177
  • - New Edition of "Corrosion and Protection of Condenser Tubes," 553
  • INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS :
  • - Annual Meeting and Report, 626
  • - Elections of Officers and Representatives of Participating Societies, 626
  • - Journal of Scientific Instruments, 611, 721
  • - Presidential Address, Sir J. J. Thomson, 626

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • INSTITUTE, ROYAL, OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS :
  • - Royal Gold Medal for Architecture, Probable Award to an American, 285
  • INSTITUTE, ROYAL SANITARY :
  • - Congress at Bournemouth, 285
  • - Henry Saxon Snell Prize, 340
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • - Appointments for 1922-23, 654
  • - Congress in London, 161
  • - New President, Sir Sam Fay to Succeed Sir Henry Maybury, 606
  • INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • - Data Sheets, First Issue, 477
  • - Laminated Spring in Automobile Suspension, A. A. Remington, 330
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • - Annual Dinner, 561
  • - Awards for Students' Papers, 77
  • - London Students :
  • -- Forty-first Annual Students' Dinner, 346
  • -- Fundamental Principles of Locomotive Design, E. A. Phillipson, 252
  • - Newcastle-upon-Tyne Association :
  • -- Annual Meeting and Elections, 540
  • -- Reinforced Concrete, C. H. Sandeman and Others, 540
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • - Annual Conversazione, 280
  • - Annual Meeting, 520
  • - Award of Premiums for Papers, 626
  • - Election of Officers and New Members, Result of Ballot, 598
  • - Electricity and Agriculture, Lecture in Dublin, R. B. Matthews, 520
  • - Examination for Associate Membership, 170
  • - Faraday Bronze Medal to Commemorate Fiftieth Anniversary of the Institution, 667
  • - Library to be Kept Open in the Evenings of Meetings, 43
  • - List of Members, New, 282
  • - War Memorial to Fallen Members, 639
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS IN SCOTLAND :
  • - Gear for Marine Propulsion, W. Rees Darling, 71
  • INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS :
  • - Programme of Meetings, 682
  • - Standardisation in the Gas Industry, Dr. C. Carpenter, 721
  • INSTITUTION, INDIAN, OF ENGINEERS :
  • - Membership of 500, 160
  • INSTITUTION, JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERS :
  • - Annual Dinner, 598
  • - Power Factor Improvement, G. H. Ayres, 382, 415
  • - Midland Section :
  • -- Annual Dinner, 194
  • INSTITUTION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS :
  • - Annual Dinner, 236
  • - South American Branch :
  • -- Election of Officers, 241
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING AND METALLURGY :
  • - Annual Dinner and Various Speeches, 394
  • INSTITUTION OF MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY ENGINEERS :
  • - Annual General Meeting and Conference, 570
  • - Meeting in the Scottish District, Programme, 733
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • - Annual Meetings, Programme, 164
  • - Summer Meeting in Paris, 505
  • INSTITUTION OF PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGISTS :
  • - Fourth Annual Dinner, 285
  • INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS:
  • - Officers and Council, List of, 312
  • - President and Vice-president Appointed, 213
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL :
  • - Forthcoming Lectures, List of, 51
  • - Meetings and Elections, 312, 394, 512, 540, 682

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • INSTITUTION OF WELDING ENGINEERS :
  • - Inaugural Meeting, 124
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY :
  • - Annual General Meeting in Glasgow, Programme, 710
  • - Combustibility of Solid Fuels, Influence of Structure, E. R. Sutcliffe and E. C. Evans, 469
  • - Structure of Fuels, E. R. Sutcliffe and Edgar C. Evans, 387
  • SOCIETY, OPTICAL :
  • - Election of Officers and Members, 282
  • - Glare from Motor Headlights, J. W. T. Walsh, 639
  • - Motor Headlights, Papers Dealing with, 398
  • SOCIETY, PHYSICAL :
  • - Sound Production, More Efficient Apparatus for, Professor Kerr Grant, 611
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL AERONAUTICAL :
  • - Associate Fellowship Examination, The First, 736
  • - Representatives Nominated on other Bodies for Current Year, 512
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL, OF ARTS :
  • - Albert Medal Presentation to Sir Dugald Clerk, 721
  • - Chlorine or Salt, Removal from Iron Specimens, Dr. Alexander Scott, 359
  • - Coast Erosion and its Prevention, Professor E. R. Matthews, 441
  • - Prize, Peter le N. Foster, Award for Essay on the Mineral Resources of China, 580
  • - Some Solved and Unsolved Problems in Gasworks Chemistry, E. V. Evans, 331
  • AUSTRALIAN British Preference Tariff, 611
  • Australian Company's Alcohol Motor Fuel Cheaper than Petrol, 553
  • Automobile Race for French Grand Prix, 71

B

  • BALL Bearings and Electrical Machinery, C. Allen, 415
  • Bangor Pier Repair, Tenders in 1920 and Reduction in 1922, 695
  • Bar Copper Manufacture with English Plant in South Africa, 553
  • Bascule Bridges and Overloading, 497
  • Bauxite Mining in British Guiana, New Regulations, 13
  • Bawdwin Lead and Silver Mines, 547
  • Belgium Tariff Rates on German Goods, Certificate of Origin Required, 13
  • Birmingham Glass Manufacture, Slackness of Home Trade, 71
  • Blast-furnaces--see Iron
  • Boiler Explosion Due to Neglected Corrosion, 339
  • Boiler, Vertical Cross Tube, Explosion, 101
  • Boilers, New, for Greenwich Power Station, 309
  • Bovey Lignite, 496
  • Bricks, Fletton, Experiments in Methods of Laying, 43
  • Bricks in the Tropics, Temperature of Various Kinds, G. W. Grabham, 71
  • Bridge, Howrah, Over the Hooghly, Type and Cost, 391, 441
  • Bridge, Reinforced Concrete, Considerable Settlement, but Still in Service, 721
  • British Aluminium Company in Norway, Reopened after Twelve Months' Closing, 667
  • British Exports to the Argentine, 43
  • British Honduras Harbour Improvements, Contract Given to American Firm, 331
  • British Non-ferrous Metals Research Association, Report, Details, 213
  • British Non-ferrous Metals Research Association, Greatly Increased Membership, 271
  • - Brass Casting Research, 620
  • - Influence of Gases on High-grade Brass, Strip Brass Ingots and Conditions for Securing Soundness, 695
  • - Quarterly Bulletin, List of Periodicals of Interest, 662
  • Buckets for Impulse Water Wheels, Steel versus Bronze, 183
  • Building Exhibition--see Exhibitions, also Associations, Concrete Institute
  • Bursting of Superheater Tube, 553

C

  • CADASTRAL Surveys, Corners of, Identification and Restoration, H. R. Farnsworth, 46
  • Calcium Carbide and Safeguarding of Industries Act, Referee's Decision, 241
  • Canada's New Power Supply from Chippawa Queenston Power Canal, 43
  • Canada, Slave and Hay Rivers, Water Power Possibilities, 331
  • Canadian Marking of Imported Goods, 71
  • Canadian Water Power, Capacity and Development of, 497
  • Canadian Water Power Installations, Statistics, 271
  • Canal to be Constructed for Coal Transport, from Upper Silesia to Dantzig, 213
  • Canal between Dantzig and Silesia Projected by Baltic-Black Sea Syndicate, 441
  • Canals as Roads, Motor Traffic Claims, 626
  • Carbon Monoxide in Gas for Domestic Use, New Board of Trade Order, 241
  • Castings--see Iron and Steel
  • Catalogue in Spanish, 540
  • Catalogues for Baghdad, 52
  • Catalogues for Winnipeg, 331
  • Cement, Its Possibilities of Improvement, Dr. C. H. Desch, 271
  • Ceylon Government Hydro-electric Scheme, 525
  • Channel Tunnel Project, Meeting of Members of Parliament, 721
  • Chefoo, Development of Hinterland, 250 Miles of Road Projected, 667
  • Chelmsford Engineering Society, 374
  • Chemical Engineers, Proposed Institution, 164
  • Chemical Engineers, Provisional Committee Meeting, 278
  • Chemicals Production Foundry in French IndoChina, 138
  • China Clay, Rich Deposits in the Dartmoor Foothills, 43
  • China, Cotton Mills Classification, 497
  • China, Long-distance Automobile Service Company's 300-Mile Run, 13
  • China and the United States, Increase of Exports and Imports, 525
  • China's Mineral Output Statistics, 183
  • Chinese and Japanese Agreement over Chinese Coal and Iron Mines, 129
  • Chinese Orders for Railway Bridges from Holland, 129
  • Chinese Schemes for Bridge Between Nanking and Pukow, Crossing the Yangtze River, 525

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :

  • - Black Coal in Queensland, Thickest Seam Yet Discovered, 441
  • - Blackwell Colliery, Notice to Workmen with Respect to Coal Filling, 96
  • - Canada, Analysis of Coal Imports and Exports, 101
  • - Coal Area at Morwell, Victoria, Further Explorations, 129
  • - Coalfields in Chile, Needs of, 583
  • - Coal Leading by Road, I. S. Mackenzie, 359
  • - Coal Prospecting Near Britstown, South Africa, 101
  • - Coke Oven Gas Turned on from Colliery to Gasworks, 721
  • - Coke Ovens, American, with Silica Walls, 155
  • - Czecho-Slovakia Coal Production in 1921, 661
  • - Doncaster Collieries, Three, Record Output, 13
  • - Electric Winders for Nottinghamshire Coal Pit, 583
  • - Froth Flotation Process for Coal Cleaning, E. Bury, 71
  • - Froth Flotation and Pure Coal, R. Lessing, 155
  • - Great Britain, Coal Output Comparison, 441
  • - Hong Kong Export of Coal Prohibited, 213
  • - Hulk Conversion into Modern Coal-handling Machine, New Zealand Experiment, 469
  • - India's Decreased Output of Coal, 695
  • - Japanese Collieries in Manchuria, Improvements and Extensions Planned, 213
  • - Jura Mountains, Unproductive Coal Boring,
  • - Magnetite Reduction by Coke, Tests Result, 155
  • - Manchuria and Coalite Manufacture, 359
  • - Output of Coal in the United Kingdom, Increase, 213
  • - Sampling and Analysis of Coal Committee, 197
  • -Sulphur in Coal, Method of Amount Determination, 469
  • - Sulphur in Metallurgical Coke, 301
  • - Sweden, Coal Discovery at Glumsloov, 155
  • - Transvaal Coal Strike, Comparison of Costs and Output in 1914 and 1920, 213
  • - United States Coal Mine Fatalities, 583
  • - Vredefort, South Africa, Coal Discovery Near, 689
  • - Washing of Coal, Importance of Sulphur Content, 71
  • - Week's Coal Output in December, 13
  • COAST Erosion and its Prevention, Professor E. R. Matthews, 441
  • Colombia, New Hydro-electrical Plants for Lighting, Power and Telephones, 13
  • Colombian Aviation Service, Additions to Fleet, 155
  • Colombo's Gas Supply, New Plant for Water Gas Manufacture, 441
  • Colombo Reservoir Capacity to be Increased, 155
  • Commercial Motor Vehicles, Annual Parade, 220
  • Compressed Gas Storage Cylinders, Research Committee's Recommendations, 101
  • Concrete Barges for Bringing Coal to London, 683
  • Concrete Institute--see Associations
  • Concrete Roads in America, Effect of Temperature Extremes, 728
  • Coolidge Tube, Radiator Type, Government Investigation, 330
  • Copper Ore in Chile, New Plant and Ropeway Projected for, 583
  • Copper Ore, High-grade, Discovery of, in British Columbia, 129
  • Copper Ore Output at a Tasmanian Mine, 43
  • Copper Recovery Process in Western Australia, 667
  • Copper Slag for Roadmaking, Economical Change, 497
  • Copper Sulphate Waters, Natural, Used for Timber Preservation, 359
  • Cotton Mill, Hunan, Operation of, 387
  • Cracks in Aluminium Alloy Castings and of Contraction in Volume on Freezing, Investigation, 415
  • Crompton and Co., Limited, 481
  • Crystal Palace School of Engineering, Jubilee and Presentation of Certificates and Wilson Premium, 449
  • Crystal Palace Old Students' Society, Annual Dinner, 570
  • Cuban's Sugar Exports, New Port Development, 639
  • Cutting Fluids, Need of Lubricant, Eugene C. Bingham, 359

D

  • DAM, Krishnarajasagara, Mysore, Rapid Progress, 213
  • Dam, Largest Overflow, in the World to be Constructed in Japan, 415
  • Dam, Projected Big, on River Ouareau by Quebec Government, 366
  • Danish Standardisation in the Engineering Industry, 667
  • Darien Harbour, Manchuria, Reconstruction, 155
  • Decimal Association Proposals for Gradual Change in Weights and Measures, 241
  • Delagoa Bay, New Coaling Plant, 667
  • Diamond Setting for Tool for Emery Wheels, New Method, 155
  • Dock, Large, Under Construction at Santander, 359
  • Dredger for Tin Industry Built at Melbourne for Federated Malay States, 301
  • Dredgers, New Type of Dipper, 591

E

  • EARTHQUAKE Prediction by Geodetic Measurement, 497
  • Eastern Telegraph Company’s Delayed Cables, 271
  • Edinburgh Buys British Tram Rails at Higher Price than German, 441
  • Education and Apprenticeship, Bradford Educational Authority, 611
  • Elder, Dempster and Co., Limited, Farewell Dinner to Superintendent Engineer, 118

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • - Arc Welding on Sheets Below 3/8in. Thick, A. L. Price, 583
  • - Argentina, Electrical Industry of, Amalgamation of Interests, 611
  • - Australian Transmission Line, Proposed, 154
  • - Ball Bearings in Electrical Machinery, C. Allen, 415
  • - Bergen Peninsula Power Company, Contemplated Construction of 100,000 H.P. Station, 415
  • - Blackburn, Preston and Accrington Electrical Linking-up, 101
  • - California, Feather River Development Scheme, 183
  • - Carrier Current System for Communication with Moving Electric Railway Vehicles With and Without Wire Connection, 415, 441
  • - Cauvery Power Scheme, Mysore, Completion of Sixth Instalment, 667
  • - Cinema Electrical Lecture at Finsbury Technical College, 55
  • - Coal Leading by Road and Electric Battery Vehicles, I. S. Mackenzie, 359
  • - Converter Plant, Electrical, for Refining Matte and Copper Blister in Mexico, 415
  • - Country House Plant, 183
  • - Direct-current, 2 Kilowatts, at 200,000 Volts, American General Electric Company’s Plant, 241
  • - Drought and Electrical Shortage in Italy, Effect on Trade, 359
  • - Electric Arc Welding in Steel Structures, Major James Caldwell, 241—see also Miscellaneous Index, 79
  • - Electric Heating, Local, Effective and Economical, Julius Frith, 13
  • - Electric Lifting Magnets, Construction and Application, F. A. Hooper, 43
  • - Electrical and Mining Enterprises in Shantung, Two New Companies, 553
  • - Electricity Bill Before the House of Lords, Sir H. Bentinck’s Favourable Opinion, 331
  • - Electricity Commissioners’ Inquiry Regarding East Midlands District, 639
  • - Electricity Commissioners and Private Generating Stations, 583, 639
  • - Electricity Unremunerative Except on Large Scale, 183
  • - Government Promise of Help in British Electrical Development, 301

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):

  • - Greenwich Power Station, New Boilers, andc., 309
  • - Hydraulic Accumulator, German, 330
  • - Indian Electric Supply Company, Plant for Cawnpore Power Station, Extension, Cost of, 667
  • - Islington Borough Electrical Vehicles, Large Fleet of, 101
  • - Japanese Widespread Development of Electrical Supply, 359
  • - Labour-saving Appliances of the General Electric Company, 241
  • - Lancashire and Cumberland, Divergent Views on Electrical Supply Schemes, 101
  • - Lighting Installation Safety Device, 101
  • - Lighting Unit for Matching Colours, 415
  • - Linings of Electric Steel Furnaces, Maintenance, 129
  • - Lorries, Electric Conservancy, for Calcutta, 129
  • - Melbourne Revenue from Electric Supply, 611
  • - New Transmission Line Between Valais and Vaud Cantons, 639
  • - Poland, Electrical Engineering Industry Development, 667
  • - Porcelain Insulators for Overhead Power Lines, 682
  • - Power Factor Improvement, Lecture, G. H. Ayres, 382, 415
  • - Present Position and Future Prospects of Industrial Electric Heating, J. G. Pearce, 301
  • - Professor of Electrical Engineering in Imperial College of Science and Technology, New Appointment, 553
  • - Professor Reichel's Design for Super Station and its Equipment, 387
  • - Public versus Private Supply from a Colliery Standpoint, Robert Nelson, 13
  • - Refuse Disposal, Advantage of Electric Lorries for, 359
  • - Riviera Mountains, Power Station for Water Power from, 90
  • - Rotary Converters for Railway Work, Views of Major A. M. Taylor, 247
  • - Salvage of Sunken Vessels by Electrical Process, V. H. Pearson, 441
  • - Santiago, Power Plant to Utilise Neighbouring Waterfalls, 583
  • - Small Public Electric Supply Undertakings, J. N. Houblon, 13
  • - Soviet Electrification Schemes and Foreign Capital, 183
  • - Standardising Specifications for and Sizes of Commercial Dry Cells, 241
  • - Steam Power Electric Generating Stations, Large, in Germany, 13
  • - Stretford Electricity Committee Reduces Charges, 213
  • - Sub-station with Completely Developed Automatic Mechanism, 721
  • - Taxicab to Carry Six Persons with Low Consumption of Electricity, 553
  • - Tenacity of Transmission Wires in South Africa, 497
  • - Testing High-tension Material up to 300,000 Volts, 497
  • - Transformer with 1,000,000 Voltage, The First, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 331
  • - Transformers, Standard, Variations in Magnetising Current, J. G. Gorrin, 101
  • - Transformers from Westinghouse Company, Pittsburg, Largest Single Order Ever Placed, 43
  • - Truck, Electric, Novel Use for, by New York Gas Company, 213
  • - Ventilation of Electrical Machines, R. Roberts, 213
  • - Victoria, Australia, Morwell Electricity Scheme for Country Districts, Extension, 415
  • - Vosges Department, Proposal for Intercommunal Syndicate Scheme of Electrical Supply, 359
  • - Water-driven Electric Power Station near Pontivy, France, 639
  • EMBANKMENT Collapse on the Somme Canal, 639
  • Engine, Two-cycle Semi-Diesel, Run with Palm Oil, Successful Trials, 271
  • Engineers' Proposed ì Gaza î Dinner and Meeting, 387
  • Engineers' Showrooms, 562

EXHIBITIONS :

  • - Architecture, British, Exhibition, 469
  • - Brazilian Centenary Exhibition, 398
  • - Brazilian Centenary Exhibition, Lighting Contract for, 441
  • - British Empire Exhibition, Organisation of Engineering Section Entrusted to British Engineers' Association, 583
  • - British Industries Fair in 1923, Birmingham Section, 667
  • - Brussels Commercial Fair, 285
  • - Building Exhibition at Olympia, 354, 453
  • - Christiania, Utilisation of Electric Power Exhibition, 101
  • - Dutch International Industries Fair, 30
  • - Foundry Exhibition at Birmingham, 220, 469
  • - Industrial Heating Apparatus Exhibition in Paris, 183
  • - Inland Waterways and Canals Exhibition at Essen, 331
  • - International Fair at Florence for Sale of Books and Exhibition of Printing Machines and Appliances, 128
  • - Milan Samples Fair, Fishing Industry Group, 159
  • - Rio Centenary Exhibition, British Participation in, 22 ; British Site Progress, 441
  • - Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Cambridge, 219
  • - South Wales Institute of Engineers' Exhibition, 583
  • - Spanish Industries Fair, 80
  • - Swedish National Fair at Gothenburg, 721
  • - Swiss Industries Fair, 329
  • EXPANSION of Nickel, Aluminium and other Metals, Measurement Results, 497
  • Explosion, Boiler Stop Valve, on the SS. Kaisar-i-Hind, 213
  • Explosion, Fatal, of a Water-tube Boiler on the SS. Berengaria, 213
  • Explosion of Flexible Bronze Steam Pipe, 469
  • Explosives, Annual Report of H,M, Inspectors, Accident Account, 497

F

  • FAIRS—see Exhibitions
  • False Point, India, Question of Possibility of Harbour, 265
  • Faraday House Entrance Scholarships, 481
  • Federation of British Industries—see also Railways :
  • - Power Plant in an East Anglian Timber Mill, 301
  • - Smoke Abatement and Inspection, 639
  • Ferranti Staff Annual Dinner, 270
  • Files, Re-cut, Economic File and Engineering Company, Limited, 222
  • Finsbury Technical College, Cinema Electrical Lecture, 55
  • - Old Students’ Association, Election of Officers, 77
  • Fire Escape, Motor, for Portsmouth, 220
  • Fire Extinction by Cement, 611
  • Flame Temperature of 3000 deg. Cent., 43
  • Flood Prevention by Afforestation, 155
  • Folkestone Outfall Sewer Extension, 415
  • Foundrymen, British, Institution of, Conference and Exhibition, 469
  • French Suggestion to Offer Work in Devastated Districts of France to British and American Unemployed, 241
  • Fry, J. S., and Sons, Research Fellowship Award, 729
  • Fuel Research Board, Report on Fuel for Motor Transport, 43
  • - Low Temperature Carbonising Machine, 639
  • Furnace “Skulls,” Boring Holes in, Simple Process, 241

G

  • GAS for Domestic Purposes, New Board of Trade Order, 241
  • Gear for Marine Propulsion, W. Rees Darling, 71
  • Genoa and Downing-street, Telephonic Communication During Conference, 415
  • George Montefiore Foundation Premium, International Competition, 194
  • German Chemical Products with Linseed Oil Basis, New Patents, 583
  • German Engineers' Employment by Chinese Iron and Steel Works, 553
  • German Goods for Argentina, 49
  • German Trade Returns for 1921, 129
  • Germany's Bargain- for Reconstruction of Petrograd, 525
  • Germany's Power Requirements, Gradual Dispensing with Brown Coal, 469
  • Glass Discovery from Sand near Dresden, Toughest Ever Produced, 331
  • Glass for Half-watt Electric Lamps, Result Resembles Daylight, 271
  • Glass Manufacture, Poor Home Trade, 71
  • Glycerine Refining in India as By-product of Soap Manufacture, 441
  • Gold Discovery in Bohemia, 415
  • Gold Discovery in British Columbia, 583
  • Grain Elevators at Durban and Capetown, Progress of Foundations for, 695

H

  • HACKSAW, New Type, "Enox Twin," Fry's Limited, 222
  • Hamburg, Port of, Growing Activity and Necessary Improvements, 695
  • Hammer Heads Kept in Position by Rubber Wedges, 695
  • Harbour Projected in Bay of Lienshan, Fengtien Province, 553
  • Harbour Works at Funchal, Madeira, 512
  • Heat Conservation, French International Exhibition of Materials and Apparatus for, 51
  • Holland, Value of Imports in 1921, 183
  • Hottest Region of the World, 583
  • Hughes, David, Note-books on Wireless Telegraphy and Microphone Early Experiments, 387
  • Hydro-electric Activity in Italy for Increased Power Supply in Various Provinces, 359
  • Hydro-electrical Congress at Rio de Janeiro, 611
  • Hydro-electric Development at Queenstown - Chippawa (Niagara), Ontario, 359
  • Hydro-electric Installations and Power Transmission, Lectures at University of Grenoble, 729
  • Hydro-electric Plant on the River Sila, Catanzaro, Interesting Features of, 183
  • Hydro-electric Plants and Rising of Tail-water Level During Floods, Novel Method of Meeting the Difficulty, 695
  • Hydro-electric Power in Chile, Projected Development on Commercial Scale, 639
  • Hydro-electric Power to Replace Transported Fuel in Industrial Centres, Example of Success in Nuremberg, 331
  • Hydro-electric Scheme, Auckland, New Zealand, 415
  • Hydro-electric Survey of India, Summary of Water Power, 548
  • Hydro-electric Training Projected in Scotland, 331

I

  • IGUAZU Falls, First Power-house to be Erected at, 213
  • Illumination, Lecture and Strong Condemnation of Present-day Lighting Systems, C. G. A. McDonald, 241
  • Indian Ports, British, Statistics of Cargo Tonnage, 71
  • Indians as Officers in the Royal Indian Marine, Details of Proposal, 101
  • Industrial League and Council’s Official Organ, 387
  • Inter-Ministerial Commission of Inquiry into Public Works in France, Recommendations, 721
  • International Scientific Congress—Liege

IRON AND STEEL :

  • - Basset Process of Direct Production of Steel, Stahl und Eisen's Views, 667
  • - Big Steel Combination in America, 667 Blast-furnace, Products of a, A. Hutchinson, 213
  • - British Cast Iron Research Association, 346
  • - British Columbia Iron Ore Resources, Complete Survey Projected, 695
  • - Carnegie Steel Company's Second By-product Coke Oven Plant to Cost 30 to 35 Million Dollars, 553
  • - Cast Iron Evaporator on Steamship, ExGerman, Explosion, 331
  • - Cast Iron and Similar Materials for Use as Pots in Iron-pot Melting Furnaces, 420
  • - Cast Iron Steam Pipe Explosion, Report, 331
  • - Cast Iron Water Main Cub 50ft. Below Water, 469
  • - Casting, Ingot Mould, 110 Tons Weight, Record for this Country, Brightside Foundry and Engineering Company Limited, 249
  • - Centrifugally Cast Steel Pipes, L. Cammen, 611
  • - China, Largest Iron Mine in Shantung Province, 469
  • - China, New Iron Mining Administration Formed, 213
  • - Corrosive Action of Soil on Pipes for Gas and Water, American Investigation, 183
  • - Crocodile River, South Africa, Iron Deposits, Report, 93
  • - Electric Steel Furnaces, F. Rowlinson, 441
  • - Electrolytic Iron, French Process for Commercial Production of, 410
  • - Electrolytic Iron, Results of Tests in America, 101
  • - Failure of Cast Iron T Piece in Ship's Steam Pipe,553
  • - Ford Motor Company's Blast-furnace Output Record, 583
  • - French and Belgian Iron and Steel Manufacturers, Agreement, 71
  • - French Production of Iron Ore, 695
  • - Grey Cast Iron, Properties of, H. J. Young, 271
  • - Grey Iron Castings, Seasoning, W. J. May, 583
  • - Indian Indigenous Iron and Steel Enterprises and Possible Effect of Unrest, 129
  • - Invar Steel, Cause and Cure of Instability in, 464
  • - Iron Alloy Resistant to Heat, 667
  • - Iron Bars, Possibly Pre-Roman, Discovered near Winchester, 611
  • - Ironfoundry to be Erected at Island of South Georgia, 2000 Miles from Civilisation, 213
  • - Iron Mines near Shantung Railway, Estimated Large Deposit, 71
  • - Iron Ore Deposit in Alberta, 13
  • - Iron Ore Deposits in Chile, 583
  • - Iron Ore Discovery near Railway at Pontyclun, 441
  • - Iron Oxides Reduction by Carbon Monoxide, Time Rate of, 301
  • - Japanese Iron and Steel Output, Falling Figures, 497
  • - Manganese Ore Deposits of West Africa, 583
  • - Newcastle Iron and Steel Company's Plant and Blast-furnace in South Africa, 155
  • - Nickel Production Probable in China, 43
  • - 3.5 Per Cent. Nickel Steel, Use of, H. Brierley, 525
  • - North China, Installing New Blast-furnace and Foundry at Lung-yen, 359
  • - Oil Tanks, Buried Steel, Life of, 639
  • - Ore Concentration Plant Projected for Anshan Iron and Steel Works, 525
  • - Pig Iron Production in Canada, 183
  • - Pig Iron Production in Canada in February and March, 583
  • - Pig Iron Production in January, 183
  • - Pig Iron Production in February, 301
  • - Pig Iron Production in March and April, 553
  • - Pig Iron Production in November and December, 43
  • - Pig Iron Production in March, 441
  • - Pigments from Scrap Iron, Electrolytic Manufacture, 43
  • - Separating Iron Ores by Use of Hysteretic Repulsion, 525
  • - South Africa, Big Iron and Steel Industry Contemplated, 301
  • - Staffordshire Company's Iron and Steel and Coal Output Improvement, 271
  • - Steel Cutting Under Water by Oxy-hydrogen Blow-pipe, 359
  • - Steel Foundry near Shanghai, 13
  • - Steel, Magnetic Properties of New Type, 71
  • - Steel Output in South Africa, 667
  • - Swedish Iron Exports, 129
  • - Swiss Imports of Tinned and Galvanised Plates, British Share of the Trade Diminishing, 553
  • - Tata Iron and Steel Works Plant Extension, 415
  • - Toughness of Steel, J. C. W. Humfrey, 583
  • - Uganda, Large Deposits of Iron Ore in the Masindi District ,611
  • - Water Main, Cast Iron, Quick Repair Job in New York, 667
  • - World's Output of Iron and Steel During 1860-1920, 461
  • IRRIGATION Canal, American, Lined with Concrete, 387
  • Italian Government's Projected New Cables at Home and Abroad, 603
  • Italy's Depressed Paper Trade, Its Causes, 359
  • Italy's Industrial Situation, Hopeful View of, 183
  • Italy's Water Power Establishments, Existing and Projected, 387

J

  • JAPAN Increases Duty on Imports of Copper, Brass and Bronze, 469
  • Japanese Copper and Question of Protection, 12

K

  • KEIR, Steam-heated, Explosion, 639
  • Kobe Harbour Improvement, 667
  • Kokura, Island of Kyushu, Japan, to Become Important Shipping and Railway Centre, 155

L

  • LANTERN Slides, Beiliss and Morcom, Limited, 509
  • Laval Centrifugal Method of Purifying Lubricating Oils, andc., N. W. Prangnell, 695
  • Lead Mines in Cumberland, Threlkeld, to Reopen Forthwith, 271
  • Lead Mines in Isle of Man to be Reopened, 553
  • Lead Ores' Silver Percentage in the Yukon, 639
  • Lead and Zinc Ore Trade, Spanish Fears, 101
  • Leeds University, 481
  • Liege Engineering College, Seventy-fifth Anniversary, Scientific Conference and Exhibition, 250, 481
  • Lifeboats--see Ships
  • Lightmeter, Holophane Glass Company, 83
  • Liquid Air Explosives for Ironstone Mining, Question of Use, 101
  • Liquid Fuel for Ships, Depots in Morocco, 43
  • Liverpool Engineering Society's Annual Dinner, 155
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, New Officers, 80
  • Lock-nuts, Bicones Limited, 394
  • Logarithm Cabinet, Bowman and Murdoch, 110
  • L.C.C. Scholarships, 371
  • London Toll Exchange, Continued Success, Extension Projected, 359
  • Lucknow, India, Suggested College for Training Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, 469

M

  • MAGAZINES, Two Hundred Firms Publishing Their Own, 377
  • Manchester Steam Users' Association Annual Report, 387
  • Manchuria Experimenting in Manufacture of Coalite, 359
  • Manganese--see Iron and Steel
  • Manila Rope Tests Result, 155
  • Marine Boiler Design, Standard Rules, 282
  • Mars in 1924, Professor Todd's Scheme for Observation, 525
  • Metallurgical Coke from Coal by New Method, 441
  • Milling Cutters, Economy of, for Some Classes of Work, 13
  • Mine Haulage Efficiency, Need of Investigation, J. Wilson, 721
  • Mine Rescue Work at the Front During the War, 667
  • Mineral Output of Southern Rhodesia, 469
  • Mineral Possibilities in Central Africa, 525
  • Mineral Production of Canada, Report, 241
  • Mineral Products in Tasmania, Amount and Value of, 415
  • Minerals in New South Wales, Output in 1921, 301, 533, 611
  • Miners' Nystagmus Chiefly Due to Deficient Illumination, 497
  • Mines, Breaching Apparatus for Rescue Stations Receives Government Sanction After Tests, 271
  • Mines Department of the Board of Trade, New Address, 695
  • Mines in South Africa, Managers and Employees, 721
  • Mines, War-damaged, in Northern France, Reconstruction Work, 441
  • Mining for Gold in Alaska, Hydraulic, Difficulty with Boulders Removal, 331
  • Mining in Haichow District, China, Reports of Valuable Deposits, Asbestos, Crystal, Gold, Silver, andc., to be Investigated, 331
  • Mining, Minnesota, Study of Churn Drills, 337
  • Mississippi River, Dangerous Floods, 387
  • Modern Transport, Beginning its Fourth Year of Publication, 387
  • Moselle, Canalisation of, up to the German Frontier, 101
  • Motor Car Rear Signal, Bracewell, 502
  • Motor Car Springs, Need of Improvement, A. A. Remington, 330
  • Motor Headlights, 398
  • Motor Taxation and Road Maintenance, 394
  • Motor Traffic Between Soochow and Kashing, Projected Road for, 583
  • Motor Wagons, Supply of Water to, 52, 430
  • Mowing Machine, Greatly Improved Type, Tyzack, Sons and Turner, Limited, 721
  • Municipal Electrical "Old Stagers," Reunion, 112

N

  • NEWARK Sewerage Scheme, Work Begun, Cost of Scheme, 441
  • Newcomen Society, Summer Meeting Arrangements, 570
  • Newfoundland Industrial Resources and Considerable Water Power, Captain E. J. Edwards, 271
  • New Jersey Tunnel Construction, Tenders Invited, 43
  • New South Wales Gold Yield, Comparative Figures, 695
  • Newspaper Production by Photo-litho Offset Process, 43
  • Nickel--see Iron and Steel
  • Non-ferrous Metal Research Association Worthy of Support, Proposal to Establish Fellowships, 301
  • Nottingham City Engineer, Presentation to, 52

O

  • OCEAN Depths, Exceptional, Measurement by Sound Apparatus, 301
  • Oil Boring, Government, in England, Inconclusive Prospects, 301
  • Oil Can, New Type, for Motor Cycles, andc., Joseph Kaye and Sons, Limited, 222
  • Oilfields in Japan, New Developments, 155
  • Oil Fuel, A. Keens, 611
  • Oil Fuel Berths on the Tyne at Jarrow, 525
  • Oil, Heavy, Engines for Grain Elevators and Electric Lighting in South Africa, Ruston and Hornsby's Contract, 155
  • Oil from Shale, Low Temperature Distillation of, New Process, 129
  • Oil Turbine Development, Messrs. Thyssen's Efforts, 71
  • Oxy-hydrogen Blow-pipe for Cutting Steel Under Water, 359

P

  • PACIFIC Association of United States, Survey of Russian Littoral Provinces Projected, 155
  • Paint or Wood, Investigation as to its Power of Protection and Durability, 213
  • Palermo Harbour Works, Concession for, Granted to American Company, 414, 639
  • Panama Canal, Tonnage Statistics, 13
  • Paris City Budget, Good Results of Economy, 13
  • Paris Police to have Motor Cars with Wireless Telephone Equipment, 13
  • Pasteur Centenary, 393, 453
  • Patents in China--see Utility
  • Pekin Tramway--see Railways
  • Persian Means of Communication, Motor Cars versus the Camel, 639
  • Petrol-driven Lorries in New Zealand, Increased Demand for, 611
  • Petrol Storage Tanks, Loss by Evaporation, Preventive Measures, 553
  • Petroleum and Lubrication, E. A. Evans, 415, 469
  • Photographic Exposures, Novel System of Timing, 583
  • Piggott, Thomas, and Co., Limited, Centenary Dinner, 167
  • Post Office Engineers' Examination, 100
  • Power Available on the Tennessee River, C. G. Adsit, 611
  • Professional Classes Aid Council, 595
  • Profit-sharing at Watford Paper Mill Engineers, 71
  • Public School Masters and Future Employment of Boys, 241
  • Pumps, Interesting Old, in British Columbia, 721

R

  • RADIUM Discovery in the Belgian Congo, 213
  • Radium Emanation, Collection of, Problem Under Investigation, 331
  • Radium Mine Discovery in Brazil, Mrs. Alexander Grosse's Report, 129
  • Radium Mine Near Truro, New Industry Hoped for, 155

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS :

  • - Accidents:
  • -- Birmingham Station Accident Report, 155
  • -- Canadian Railways' Good Accident Record, 578
  • -- Collision at Auckland Junction, North- Eastern Railway, Report, 301
  • -- Derailment Near Ambergate, Midland Railway, 497
  • -- Derailment, Slight, Caused by Fallen Tree, 13
  • -- Divided Train and Collision in Summit Tunnel, Walsden, 155, 525
  • -- East Horndon Accident, Verdict, 583
  • -- Engine Step Detached and Fatal Accident Caused at Blisworth, 129, 155
  • -- Fatal Connecting-rod Accident on a London and North-Western Engine, 497
  • -- Fatalities on Railways, Statistics, 553
  • -- Goods Train Accident on London and North-Western Railway, 101
  • -- Great Western Railway Accident Report, 155
  • -- Motor Lorry Fatality at a Crossing, 721
  • -- Neglected Wagons as a Cause of Derailment, North British Railway, 695
  • -- North-Eastern Passenger Engine Derailment at Hilda Junction, 71
  • -- Omnibus Accidents, Considerable Reduction, 213
  • -- Passenger's Accident at Victoria Station, Manchester, 43
  • -- Passenger Fatalities in Ten Years, 645
  • -- Questions with Regard to Accident Prevention, J. P. Thomas, 639
  • -- Returns of Accidents and Casualties for 1921, 690
  • -- Scottish Express, Slight Accident Due to Stray Cattle, 271
  • -- Shunting Accidents by Night and by Day, Comparison, 101
  • -- Three Minor Accidents, 183
  • - Alexandra Docks and Railway Company, Separate Existence Ended by Amalgamation, 415
  • - Amalgamation Schemes--see Railways Amalgamation Tribunal, also Ministry of Transport
  • - Annual Reports of Railways, Statistics Given and Omissions, 71, 387
  • - Appointments and Staff Changes, 101, 213, 331, 359, 415, 553, 583, 639
  • - Argentine and Bolivian Governments' Railway Construction Agreement, 241
  • - Australian Mails from Perth, W.A., Change of Train Time for Expedition of, 331
  • - Automatic Train Control, Report of Colonel Pringle's Committee, 695
  • - Barry Railway Objects to Grouping Proposal, 241
  • - Basingstoke and Alton Light Railway not to be Reopened, 497
  • - Belgian Railway Passenger Carriages, 552
  • - Bologna-Venice-Monfalcone Line, Electrification Tenders Called for, 101
  • - Bombay Suburban Lines, Electrification a Matter of Finance, 101
  • - Bombay, Suggested Underground Railway, 213
  • - Brakes and Signals, Amalgamation of Companies in Britain and in France, 639
  • - Brazil, Westinghouse Electric Locomotives in Service, 13

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • - Brighton Company's Dilemma, Unanimity as to Electrification, but Divergence as to System, 213
  • - Brighton Line Conversion Expected in September, 331
  • - Brighton Line Electrification, Cost of Completion in 1913 and 1922 Compared, 292
  • - British and American Rolling Stock, Comparison as to Comfort, 553
  • - Burma Railways and the Tablet System, 611
  • - Caledonian Railway Acquires Loch Tay Steamers, 213
  • - Caledonian Railway Receipts and Expenditure, 359
  • Cambrian Railway Company's Tribute to General Manager, 271
  • - Cambrian Railways, Chairman and Directors' Farewell Letter to Staff, 611
  • - Canadian Government's Exhibition Train Through France, 695, 721
  • - Canadian Pacific Line, Progress of Extension Work, 441
  • - Canals Bill, High Charges and Deficient Revenue, 611, 721
  • - Central of Brazil Railway Electrification, 611
  • - Ceylon, Kadugannawa Incline, Suggested Electrification of, 129
  • - Chilean State Railways' Electrification between Santiago and Valparaiso and on Branch Line, 611
  • - Ching-Yang Light Railway to be Constructed, 241
  • - City of Dublin Steam Packet Company, Proposed Bill for Winding Up, 441
  • - Classification of Traffic, by Passenger Train, 187, 497
  • - Coal at Railway-owned Docks, Reduction of Railway Charges for Shipping, 13
  • - Competition Between East and West Coast Routes to the North, 359
  • - Congo-Katanga Railway, Hebo to be the Terminal Port, 695
  • - Connecting Trains and Results of Unpunctuality, S. B. Canter, 469
  • - Continental Boat Train from Victoria, New Time, South-Eastern and Chatham, 611
  • - Corporation Profits Tax, Application to Railways Deferred, 583
  • - Councils on Railways, Results on the Pennsylvania System, 553
  • - Death of Mr. Samuel R. Blundstone, 183
  • - Death of Mr. John S winburn, 525
  • - Dividends of Two Railways, 129
  • - Dublin and South-Eastern as a "Progressive" Railway, 60
  • - Ealing and Shepherds Bush Railway, a Losing Speculation, 497, 553
  • - Earl's Court, District Railway, Twenty Hours' Daily Work Statistics, 13
  • - East Coast Express Goods Train for Edinburgh, 611
  • - East Coast Scottish Services, Improvements, 667
  • - Easter Excursions and Fares, 271
  • - Electric Locomotives for Invalides-Versailles Railway, 415
  • - Electric Railways and Communication by Carrier Current, 415, 441
  • - Electric Railways, Government Guarantees for, 553
  • - Electrification Facilities and Great Eastern and South-Eastern Railways, 586
  • - Electrification of Railways in Midland Coalfields Area not under Present Consideration, 469
  • - Electrification Scheme, Projected, and Unemployment, 129
  • - Electrification of Suburban Railways, 183
  • - Electrification of Yungas Railway, Bolivia, 415
  • - English and Welsh Companies Follow Scottish Example, 155, 183, 247, 331
  • - Federation of British Industries :
  • -- Conference on Reduction in Railway Rates, 101
  • -- Replies to Deputation, Contradictory Statements, 101
  • -- Transport in South-West Africa, 553
  • - Ferrocarril Nordeste, New Railway in Colombia, 525
  • - First-class Fares Increase Followed by Reduction in First-class Passenger Traffic, 301
  • - Floating Landing Stage, andc.,at Tilbury,Bill Passed Committee, 359
  • - French Equatorial Africa, New Railway Construction, 359
  • - French Railway Workshops as Agitation Centres, Repairs being Handed Over to Private Firms, 695
  • - Furness Railway Company's Efforts to Develop Traffic, 469
  • - Garratt Engines for South African Railways, 525
  • - Gauges in Australia, Mr. Hughes on Unification of, 583
  • - German Locomotives and Strikers' Neglect, 183
  • - German Railway New Sleeping Compartments, 43
  • - Glasgow College Station, Goods Warehouse Burnt Down, 101
  • - Glasgow Subway Railway Shut Down, 213
  • - Goods Receipts for August, 13
  • - Goods Traffic Receipts for September, 101
  • - Goods Traffic Mileage and Tonnage for September, 13
  • - Goods Traffic Mileage and Tonnage for November, 241
  • - Great Central Company's Through Carriage from London to Halifax, 271
  • - Great Eastern Railway Meeting, Lord Claud Hamilton on Grouping Manager, 271
  • - Great Indian Peninsula Railway and Electrification, 721
  • - Great Indian Peninsula Railway, Transportation Department Set Up, 721
  • - Great North of Scotland Railway, Huge Rise in Salaries and Wages Bill, 497
  • - Great Northern "Die-hard" Locomotives, 387
  • - Great Northern Locomotive Running Expenses Considerably More than Trebled Since 1913, 306
  • - Great Western Mechanical Engineer, Change, 331
  • - Great Western Railway Circular to Men on Possible Economies, 71
  • - Great Western Railway, Mr. Churchward's Presentation, 567

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • - Great Western Railway New Line, Clydach, Pontardawe, andc., 525, 721
  • - Great Western Railway to Own Swansea Docks, 638
  • - Great Western Railway Signalling Apparatus Statistics, 43
  • - Great Western Research Department at Swindon, 666
  • - Great Western "Safety" Movement, Highly Successful Results from, 469
  • - Grouping System and Compensation for Displaced Officials, 497
  • - Grouping System and Re-naming, Heavy Cost Entailed, 721
  • - Grouping System and Time-table Changes, 155
  • - Hampshire Light Railway, Totton to Fawley, 43
  • - Harbours, Docks and Piers (Temporary Increase of Charges) Bill, 707
  • - Highland Railway Company's Engines, 441
  • - Highland Railway, Resignation of Locomotive Carriage and Wagon Superintendent, 271
  • - Increased Passenger Traffic Ascribed to Abnormal and Unreal Wealth, 469
  • - Indian Government, Projected Annual Tenders for Locomotives and Stocks, 43
  • - Indian Railway Material and Loan to be Raised in the United Kingdom, 387
  • - Indian Railways, Increased Expenditure Needed, 124
  • - Indian Railways' Rehabilitation, Vast Expenditure and its Allocation, 415, 441
  • - Institutions, Locomotive and Railway--see Associations
  • - International Railway Association, Possible Congress at Madrid, 186, 359
  • - Irish Northern Government and North of Ireland Railways, 639
  • - Irish Politics and Improved Traffic, 155
  • - Irish Railway (Great Southern and Western) Carrigan Award and the Free State Government, 334
  • - Irish Railway Stockholders' Protection Association, Continuance Recommended, 71
  • - Irish Railways' Arbitration and Dail Eireann, 43
  • - Irish Railways' Arbitration, Wages and Eight- hour Day, 71
  • - Irish Railways, Government Inquiry, 271
  • - Irish Railways and Grouping, 611
  • - Irish Railways and Men, Dispute Settled, 213
  • - Iron and other Trades and Excessive Railway Charges, Myles Kennedy, 13
  • - Italian Government Electrification of Railway Trunk Lines, 13
  • - Italian Railways' Increased Working Costs and Decreased Efficiency, 667
  • - Italian State Railway Electrification Tenders, 553
  • - Japanese and Chinese Railways' Extension, Delegates at Washington, 71
  • - Junction at Blaenau Festiniog Proposed and Abandoned, 469
  • - Kenya Colony, Further Loan for Uasi- Ngishu Railway, 241
  • - King's Birthday Honours for Railwaymen, 639 ; (Correction), 667
  • - Labelling Goods, Change in Railway Regulations, 208
  • - Labour Co-partnership and the Railways, 183
  • - Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Former Officers' Connection with Paper Read at the Institution of Civil Engineers, 129
  • - Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Shareholders' Valedictory Meeting, 440
  • - Late Special Trains Withdrawn on the London Electric Railways, 101
  • - Lee-on-the-Solent Classed as a Light Railway, 43
  • - Level Crossings and Railway Companies' Responsibility, 450
  • - Light Railway Between Portmadoc and Dinas, State Assistance for, 675
  • - Light Railways' Committee Report, 13
  • - Locomotive Building at Crewe, Boilers at Horwich, 721
  • - Locomotive, Great Northern, Most Powerful on British Railways, 387
  • - Locomotive Spark Arresters, 441
  • - Locomotives, Ordered from Woolwich, Cost Estimated at £16,000 each, 304, 359
  • - London, Brighton and South Coast Train Services, Accusation of Unpunctuality, 583
  • - London, Chatham and Dover and the South- Eastern and Chatham Electrification Scheme, 667
  • - London and North-Western Long-distance Trains Running with Lancashire and Yorkshire Engines, 667
  • - London and North-Western Railway Councils and Winding Up of Conciliation Boards, 387
  • - London and North-Western Railway Policy for Signal and Telegraph Departments, 43
  • - London and North-Western Railway, Suggestions for Improvement in Working Invited from Railway Employees, 667
  • - London and North-Western Restores Through Service Between Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham and the South-Eastern Railway, 553
  • - London and North-Western V.C. Men Honoured by the Company, 583
  • - London and North-Western Wolverton Carriage Shops, Full Time for Painters, 71
  • - London Tube Railways, Heavy Cost Due to Over-numerous Stations, W. R. Davidge 129
  • - London Underground Railway Loan for Tube Extension and Improvement, Work for Unemployed Men, 301, 359
  • - Luggage in Advance Charge Reduction, 155
  • - Manchester and Buxton, Possible Electrification of Line Between, 101
  • - Melbourne Railways, Electrification of, Cost of Work, 296
  • - Metal Electrification, South African Minister of Railways on, 695
  • - Metropolitan Railway New Steam Engines and Electric Cars, Re-equipment of Electric Locomotives, 241
  • - Metropolitan Railway Settlement with the Government, 271
  • - Metropolitan Railway Trains, Speeding-up, 13
  • - Midland Railway Chairman, Change in, 213
  • - Midland Railway Coal Consumption, 241

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • - Midland and London and North-Western Railways, Talk of Amalgamation, 155 ; Amalgamation Not Yet Considered, 241
  • - Midland Railway, Men and Wages, Comparison of Figures Between 1914 and 1922, 386
  • - Milk Conveyance Rates Reduction, 441
  • - Minister of Transport, but no Salary, 387
  • - Ministry of Transport, Geddes Committee Proposals Shelved, Fresh Scheme Under Consideration, 271 ; Important Question, 359
  • - Ministry of Transport Inquiries into Train Accidents, 553
  • - Ministry of Transport, No Justification Now for Incurring the Cost of, 213
  • - Ministry of Transport and Stockton and Railway Centenary, 359
  • - National Union of Railwaymen, Falling Numbers, 469
  • - National Union of Railwaymen's New President, 43
  • - National Union of Railwaymen--see also Scottish Railways, also English and Welsh Companies
  • - National Wages Board Awards not Binding, 129
  • - National Wages Board and Scottish Railways, 43, 71, 129, 155
  • - New South Wales Railways and Autogeneous Welding, 301
  • - Nord Railway Company's Automatic Brake Experiments, 676
  • - North British Railway's Claim, Echo of Dispute with the Government, 331
  • - North Country Trains' Competition by East and West Coast Routes, 359
  • - North-Eastern Railway and Revival in Traffic, 441
  • - North-Eastern Railway Sleepers Destroyed by Fire at Hartlepool, 41
  • - North-Eastern Railway, Swing Bridge Over the Ouse, Fire Damage and Inconvenience in Communication, 331
  • - North Staffordshire Railway Coal Traffic, Heaviest Week Since August, 1917, 271
  • - Norwegian Committee to Discuss Electrification of all Railways, 71
  • - Norwegian Electric Railways, Estimates of Cost, 213
  • - Outer London Railway Bills, Proposals for Revival, 667
  • - Overcrowding on London Omnibus and Underground Railways, 611
  • - Parcels Traffic "To Pay" Arrangements, 583
  • - Paris Evening Train Service for London vid Havre and Southampton, 639
  • - Passenger Decrease on London Trains and Trade Stagnation, 497
  • - Passenger Train Mileage and Fares Statistics, 13, 129
  • - Passengers Decrease and Loss of Revenue, 667
  • - Pekin New Electric Tramway, Demolition of Portion of City Wall, 13
  • - Penzance Station and Rebuilt Viaduct, 721
  • - Petrol Shunting Locomotives for French Railways, 331
  • - Pietermaritzburg-Glencoe Section, South African Railways, Electrification, 183
  • - Platform Tickets on the Midland Railway and Resulting Income, 497
  • -Polish Railway Material Orders, New Department to Deal with, 695
  • - Privately Owned Wagons, Announcement by Ministry of Transport, 213
  • - Privilege Tickets and Railwaymenís Pay, 497
  • - Pullman Luncheon and Dining Car, Glasgow to Perth, 639
  • - Quarterly Returns of Railway Accidents, 721
  • - Queensland Government's Projected Railway for Mount Oxide Area, 525
  • - Queensland Railway Department, Coal from the State Colliery, 301
  • - Rail Motor Car on Out-back Line in Victoria, 611
  • - Railway Benevolent Institution Annual Dinner, 155
  • - Railway Claims and Government Liability, 415
  • - Railway Companies and Amalgamation--see Railways Amalgamation
  • - Railway Companies' Association, New Chairman and Vice-chairman, 301
  • - Railway Companies' Committee and Railwaymen's Unions, 301--see also Wages
  • - Railway Companies' Losses and Government Control, 359
  • - Railway Companies and Rates Reduction, 387, 721
  • - Railway Companies' Reports, Omissions Under Government Sanction, 71, 387
  • - Railway Fires by Locomotive Sparks, Companies' Liability, 583
  • - Railway Material Exports Statistics, 13, 183, 266, 440, 553
  • - Railway Rates Reduction and Railway Managers, 387, 721
  • - Railway Rates Tribunal, A Question, 359
  • - Railway Rates Tribunal and Rates Advisory Committee, New Address, 301
  • -- Rates Advisory Committee and Classification of Goods, 187, 497
  • -- Classification of Traffic, Proposals, 553
  • - Railway Returns for 1921, 415
  • - Railway Statistics a Necessary Expense, 469
  • - Railway Statistics for October and the Coal Strike, 129
  • - Railway Statistics for November, 213
  • - Railway Titles, Old and New, 129, 721
  • - Railways Act Allotment to Companies, Scheme for Distribution of Sum, 583
  • - Railways Act Two Panels, Constitution of, 387
  • - Railways Amalgamation Tribunal:
  • -- Amalgamation of Alexandra Dock, Cambrian, Cardiff, Rhymney and Taff Vale Companies with the Great Western, 331, 415
  • -- Amalgamation of Barry Railway with the Great Western, 525
  • -- Amalgamation of Hull and Barnsley with North-Eastern, 266, 271, 359
  • -- Amalgamation of South Wales Railways with Great Western, Running Powers of other Lines, 469
  • -- Barry Port and Gwendreath Valley Absorption by Great Western Railway, 695

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • - Railways Amalgamation Tribunal (continued):
  • -- Great Western Railway Absorption of Various Welsh Railways and the West Somerset Railway, Meetings, 643
  • -- London, Chatham and Dover and South-Eastern Railway Amalgamation, 667
  • -- London and North-Western and Midland Railways' Amalgamation, 331
  • -- Maryport and Carlisle Railway to be Absorbed in North-Western, Midland and West Scottish Group, 271
  • -- Railway Companies' Meetings with Regard to Amalgamation Schemes, 359
  • -- Western Group (Great Western and other Companies) Amalgamation Scheme, 271
  • - Railwaymen and Public Affairs, Change of Attitude, 183
  • - Railwaymen--see also National Union, Railway Companies' Committee, and Wages
  • - Registration of Seats on the Great Western Railway, Extension of System, 704
  • - Re-painting of Great Western Coaching Stock, 497
  • - Road Transport by Railway Companies, Opposition to the Bill, 146
  • - Road Transport by Railway Companies, Change of Proposals by Railway, 212
  • - Road Transport, Withdrawal of Bill for Powers by North-Western-Midland Group, 707
  • - Roads or Branch Railways in New Zealand, 525
  • - Rotary Converters for Railway Work, Major A. M. Taylor's View, 247
  • - Runcorn-Weston Point New Light Railway, 611
  • - Safe British Railways, 730
  • - Saint Lazare Underground Station, 415
  • - Scottish Award and N.U.R. Meeting, 129
  • - Scottish Railways' Eight-hour Day, 71
  • - Scottish Railways' Proposals to Men as to Pay and Conditions of Work, 43, 71, 129, 155
  • - Searchlights on Engines of Express Trains in the Punjab, 649
  • - Severn Barrage Scheme, A Question, 583
  • - Signalling, Automatic, Between Liverpool and Birkenhead, 387
  • - Signals, Route Indicating, and Platelayers' Warning, 469, 721
  • - Solway Junction Railway Closed, 469
  • - South African Railways' Annual Report, 155
  • - South African Railways, Manufacture of Plates for Train Lighting, Thefts of Electric Lamps, 525
  • - South-Eastern and Chatham Bridge at Rochester to be Reopened, 129
  • - South-Eastern and Chatham Electrification Proposals, 241, 667
  • - South-Eastern and Chatham Suburban Lines, Projected Electrification, 639
  • - South-Eastern and Chatham Passenger and Mileage Statistics, 469
  • - South-Eastern and Chatham and the Southern Group, 183, 468, 667
  • - South Manchuria Railway Electric Powerhouse Capacity, 42
  • - South Wales Independent Railways Incorporation in Great Western System, 525
  • - Stockton and Darlington Railway Centenary in 1925, Various Proposals for Celebration, 359
  • - Summer Time Agreement for Britain, France and Belgium, 213
  • - Swiss Federal Railways Electrification, Cost of, 553
  • - Sydney City Railway Extensions, 13
  • - Sydney, Large Viaduct and Tunnel for Roselle Bay-Darling Island Railway Line, 271
  • - Taff Vale Company's Report, Rolling Stock Expenditure, 441
  • - Tasmania to Supply Herself with Home-made Locomotives, 301
  • - Testing Locomotive at Purdue University, 525
  • - Thomas, Mr. J. H., on the Amalgamation Question as Regards Labour, 583
  • - Tilbury Landing Stage and other Work, Bill Passed Committee, 359
  • - Toronto and Northern Ontario Railway Extension, 583
  • - Torrington-Hallwill Railway, Tenders Invited, 331
  • - Toulouse Railway Workshop Destroyed by Fire, 359
  • - Tourist Tickets and Summer Excursion Traffic to be Resumed, 525
  • - Traffic Statistics, Freight, for December, 1921, 441
  • - Traffic Statistics, Passenger, for December, 415
  • - Traffic, Weekly, Returns Resumed, 129
  • - Train Resistance, Editorial Inquiry, 736
  • - Tramway for Hankow, 155
  • - Trans-Saharan Railway, French Proposals, 639
  • - Tunnel, Cornimont, Labresse, Metzeral, in France, Parliament's Consent for Construction Requested, 695
  • - Turbine Locomotive Tests in Switzerland, 553
  • - Underground Poster on Employees, Wages Amount and Wages Percentage, 101
  • - Underground Railways, Additional Cars, 583
  • - Underground Railways, Overcrowding in Paris, Berlin and New York, 469
  • - Underground Railways, Reduced Expenditure, but Fall also in Traffic and Receipts, 301
  • - Underground Railways--see also London Underground
  • - United States Railways:
  • -- Alaska, U.S.A. Government Railway Nearing Completion, 71
  • -- American Aid for Foreign Railways, 525
  • -- American Railway Rates and Charges, Investigation, 66
  • -- Approaching Reduction in Rates, 611
  • -- Bridge, High-level, Across the Hudson, New York Central Railway, 695
  • -- "Carrier Current" Communication for American Railways, Demonstration at Schenectady, 415, 441
  • -- Chicago Great Western Railway Immunity from Accident, 418
  • -- Class I. Railways' Finance for 1921, 469

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • - United States Railways (continued):
  • -- Death of Mr. F. J. Angier, 611
  • -- Electrification of Railways and Inland Waterways, President Harding's Views, 441
  • -- Employees on American Railways in July, 1920, and July, 1921, 101
  • -- Freight Car, Metal, Dating from the Civil War, 387
  • -- Inter-State Commerce Commission :
  • -- Automatic Train Control, Order to Forty-nine Companies, 721
  • -- Automatic Twin Control, Cost Question, 241
  • -- Power Brakes, Investigation as to Adequacy, and Improvements, 441
  • -- Locomotive Ash Removal in America, Use of Water-filled Ashpits, 695
  • -- Radiophone and Radiograph Outfits on Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Expresses, 497
  • -- Railway Working, Private and Government, Compared, 415
  • -- Reduction in Wages of Maintenance-of- way Men, 695
  • -- Telegraph Lines Difficulties in Floods and Storms, 441
  • -- Terrible Accident Near Philadelphia, 497
  • -- Timber for Railways, Dispute and Conference, 695
  • - Unnecessary Competition, 441
  • - Unsold Articles at Royal Agricultural Shows, Pre-war Railway Carriage Allowance to be Resumed, 129
  • - Victorian Railways' Extension of Electric Lighting of Trains, 525
  • - Victorian Railways' Increased Receipts, 271
  • - Wages Bill and High Fares, 667
  • - Wages Reductions and Cost of Living, 359, 721
  • - War Memorial, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 213
  • - War Memorial, North Staffordshire Railway, 301
  • - Welsh Railways Construction Stopped During War to be Continued by Great Western Company, 525
  • - White Paper on Railway Employees Cancelled and New One Issued, 241
  • - Whitley Councils, Local, to Come into Force in April, 101, 331
  • - Whitley Councils of the Railway Companies, About to Begin Operation, 331
  • - Wireless Communication on Railways, 667
  • - Woolwich Locomotives and Unemployment, Cost of, 590
  • RAINFALL, Remarkable, in Houston, Texas, 497
  • Refractories' Resistance to Corrosion by Slag, Dust or Ash, Method of Determination, W. J. Rees, 271
  • Refuse Disposal in Calcutta, Comparison Between Cost of Removal by Petrol or Electric Lorries, 359
  • Rhine-Maine-Danube Canal, Company for Construction Founded, 36
  • Rivers, Flow of, New Method of Gauging, Professor J. Joly, 583
  • Road Sprinkler, Sweeper and Refuse Collector, Automatic Worker at Birmingham, 271
  • Road Transport by Railway Companies, Opposition to the Bill, 146
  • Rolling the Teeth in Hob Gear Blanks, 667
  • Roumanian Oilfields, Cause of Failure in Production, 720
  • Rubber for Public Thoroughfares, Experiments in Ceylon, 729
  • Russian "Electrification Bank," 497
  • Russian Permit for Free Importation of Motor Cars, 525

S

  • SAFETY Lamps in Mines, Increased Use of, 71
  • Saint Lawrence--see Waterway
  • Salt Water Mosquito Extermination, Result of Experiments, 695
  • Salvage Operations at Oppau, Conclusions Arrived at, 129
  • Sample Room, First All-British, Opened in Brussels, 359
  • Sandstone Preservation from Decay, Methods Suggested, 667
  • Saw, Circular, for Stone Cutting, 469
  • Scholarships, "Archibald Dawnay," 371
  • Scholarships in Art or Science and Technology, 371
  • Scientific and Industrial Research :
  • - Report on Concrete for Floors, 43
  • - Scientific Instruments, New Journal for Description of, 695
  • Screw Jacks, Duff Manufacturing Company, 100
  • Shanghai Harbour Improvement, Recommendations of International Board, 13
  • Shanghai, New Dockyard, 497
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :
  • - Chinese Ice Breakers for Passage of Steamers to Tientsin, 71
  • - Earliest St earn-propelled Vessels in the East, 101
  • - Explosion on Cardiff Steamer, 553
  • - Fireproof Bulkheads for Cunard Liner Samaria and other Vessels, 427
  • - French Battleship Liberte to be Refloated, 611
  • - Geared Turbine Steamer, Trials for French Merchant Service, Cammell Laird and Co., 71
  • - German - built Steamer Bismarck to be Handed Over to White Star Line and Renamed Majestic, 359
  • - German Warships' Fatal Collision, 583
  • - H 42, Submarine, Lost with All Hands, 331
  • - Icebreaker Built at Yokohama, 415
  • - Interesting Reconstruction of Former German Gunboat, 553
  • - Italian Large New Liners for Rapid Voyages from Barcelona to South America, 469
  • - Japanese Mercantile Fleet, 639
  • - Japanese Yards, Merchant Vessels Built in 1921, 695
  • - Leviathan to be Re-conditioned for Re-entry into Transatlantic Service, 213
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS (continued):
  • - Lifeboat Engine, New Type, for the Royal National Institution, 525
  • - Lifeboats, Five New Motor, for the Royal National Institution, 301
  • - Messageries Maritimes Liner Aramis Launched at Bordeaux, 415
  • - Motor Lifeboats for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, 525
  • - Oil Fueling Facilities at Sunderland, 583
  • - Oil Supply for Ships through Submarine Pipes, 441
  • - Orient Liner Orontes Sold for Use as Exhibition Ship, 301
  • - Salvage of Sunken Vessels by Electrical Process, V. H. Pearson, 441
  • - Self-discharging Steamship in America, 497
  • - Ship Caisson Launch, Curious Structure, 695
  • - Ship's Position, Average Time Taken to Find, 667
  • - Swedish Shipowners Petition for Government Aid to Arrest Stagnation in Merchant Fleet, 271
  • - Tyne River, Vessels Launched from, 497
  • - United States Coastguard Cutter Tamoa, First of Four Electrically Driven, 101
  • - White Star Line Commodore, 71
  • SILVER Mining in Cobalt and District, Canada, Exceptionally Valuable Results, 129
  • Silver Ore, Rich Vein of, Discovered at Dawson, 583
  • Singapore Municipality, Scheme for Various Improvements, 155
  • Smoke Abatement, Recommendations by Ministry of Health Committee, 129
  • Smoke Abatement Recommendations of Sheffield Committee, 695
  • Smoke Prevention, S. M. Duguid, 136
  • Soapstone Near the Canadian Pacific Railway, 639
  • Solar Eclipse in September, Wireless Station to be Set Up on Coast of Western Australia, 667
  • South African Market for Fittings, Cooking and Heating Apparatus, andc., 71
  • South African Mine, New State Areas, Large New Plant to be Constructed, 155
  • South African Outbreak and Electrical Equipment Wrecked, 497
  • Spacing Collars, 282
  • Spanish Company's Important Hydro-electric Station, 387
  • Spooner, Henry J., Retirement from Headship of Polytechnic School of Engineering, 398
  • Steel--see Iron
  • Stooker, Automatic, Ian Munro, 457
  • Strassburg Port Extension, 497
  • Swansea Docks to Pass to Great Western Railway, 638
  • Swiss Federal Council and Rhine Navigation, 525
  • Swiss Hours and Conditions of Labour, Amended Law, 721
  • Swiss, Machine Industry in Poor Plight, 441
  • Swiss Watch and Clock Trade Exchanged for Locomotive Manufacture, 301, 415
  • Synthetic Ammonia, M. Georges Claude's Process Much Improved, 271
  • Synthetic Gold as a Subsidiary Matter, 43

T

  • TELEGRAPHY and Telephony, Wireless--see Wireless
  • Telephone Exchanges, Automatic, for Newcastle and Gateshead, 469
  • Telephone, Long-distance, Between Pekin and Harbin, 173
  • Telephone System of the United Kingdom, Sir William Noble's Defence, 129
  • Telephoning by London Toll Exchange, Continued Success and Projected Extension, 359
  • Textile Material Resistant to Acids, even Sulphuric Acid, 271
  • Thermal Sanitation in, the Tropics, G. W. Grabham, 71
  • Thornycroft's Staff Dinner, 197
  • Timber Fibre Lengths and Strength of Wood, 441
  • Timber, Peeled and Unpeeled, Durability Comparison, 387
  • Timber Preservation by Soaking in Solution of Waste Zinc Sulphate, L. D. Hingle, 469
  • Timber Preservation by Use of Natural Copper Sulphate Waters, 359
  • Timber Seasoning by Use of Ozone, 415, 667
  • Tip Wagons, Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, 222
  • Trade Revival, Pessimistic View, George Pate, 183
  • Tramways--see Railways
  • Transvaal Gold Mines' Diminished Output, 155
  • Trees in Western America, Douglas Fir's Enormous Proportions, 553
  • Troy, Ancient Gold Mines and Concession to British Company, 525
  • Tunnel, Vehicular, Under the Hudson River, 71
  • Turbine, 60,000-Kilowatt, American Steam Consumption Tests, 387
  • Turbines, Hydraulic, Ever-breaking Size Record, 553
  • Turkey Remits Duty on Motor Lorries for Public Service, 183
  • Tuticorin as a Deep-water Port, 129
  • Tyne Swing Bridge Repairs, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, 611

U

  • UNITED States Census, Preliminary Occupation Statistics, 43
  • United States Very Large Production of Certain Minerals and other Things in Proportion to Population and Land, 43
  • University College, London, 371
  • University of Nancy, Summer Holiday Course in Electrotechnics, 252
  • "Utility Model Law" for China, 13

V

  • VANCOUVER, Lumber Site and Timber Preserves, 13
  • Vaux, Research, and Natural Gas Discovery, 564
  • Verdun Transhipment Port, 525
  • Volcano on Hawaii, Borings to be Undertaken with View of Determining Heat, Amount of Steam, andc., 241
  • Volcano Kilanea, Hawaii, Projected Investigations, 497

W

  • WAR Memorial for Auckland, New Zealand, 401
  • War Memorial, Lloydís Register of Shipping, Unveiling, 553
  • Water Softening by Use of Raw Peat, 525
  • WATER SUPPLY :
  • - Oldham and Rochdale Negotiations with Regard to Water Supply, 387
  • - Paris Water Supply and Threatened Strike, 721
  • - Reservoir to be Constructed for Runcorn, 213
  • - San Francisco's Water Supply to be Augmented, 553
  • - Singapore and State of Kedah, Two Projects for Water Supply, 101
  • - Water Supply by Causeway Over Straits of Johore, Large Project, 101
  • WATER Tank, Large, Failure from Rust, 583
  • Waterway Proposed Between Great Lakes and the Saint Lawrence, Reported International Negotiations, 101, 387
  • Water Wheel Bursting Accident at Ontario Power Companyís Niagara Works, 553
  • Waterworks Pumping Station Flooded by the Mississippi, 667
  • Welland Ship Canal, Locks on the, Tenders Invited for Construction, 695
  • Werkspoor, Very Serious Fire Damage, 667
  • Wire Cables Preferable to Eyebar Chains for Large Suspension Bridges, Ralph Modjeski, 271
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY:
  • - Agriculture in France, Assistance by Wireless Telephony, 695
  • - Bergen Wireless Service, 491
  • - Broadcasting Wireless Stations at Trafford Park and Slough, 639
  • - Commission Reports Favourably on Carnarvon Station, Thermionic Valve Stations Recommended for England, Canada, Australia, South Africa and India, 271
  • - Crime and Criminals Detection by Wireless in New York, 639
  • - Eiffel Tower Wireless Station, Transmitting Power to be Much Increased, 331
  • - Eiffel Tower to Connect Lausanne with London, 415, 441
  • - High-power Radio Station at Qwaki, near Tokyo, 129
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY (continued):
  • - Increased Horse-power Used in Wireless Transmitting Stations, 611
  • - Lausanne New Installation for Telephonic Communication with Eiffel Tower, London, and America; also with Aeroplanes on London-Paris-Lausanne Route, 415
  • - Leafield Wireless Messages Heard at Perth, Western Australia, 13
  • - Marconi Company's Offer to Equip Long- range Service in South Africa, Conditions, 129
  • - Radio Communication with Electric Trains, 415
  • - Radio Communication Projected Between New York and the Argentine, 721
  • - Successful Communication Between Mine and Earth's Surface, 721
  • - Swedish Wireless Telegraph Station for Navigation, 13
  • - Tokyo and Osaka, Wireless Telephonic Service Under Consideration, 667
  • - Transatlantic Amateur Wireless Tests, Prize Won by Manchester Society, 129
  • - Weather Forecasts by Wireless for French Farmers, 129
  • WIRE-TYING System, Gerrard, to Replace Hooping for Chests, 721
  • Wood Preservative Aczol, Tests, 525
  • Wool, Disinfection, Experiment in Cost Reduction, 721
  • Woolwich Arsenal Scholarship for Trade Lads, Founded by Former Boy Employee, 13
  • Works Development at Gloucester, Alfred, Danks, Limited, 282

Y

  • YANGTZE River, China, Blasting Operations to Facilitate Navigation and Commerce, 497

Z

  • ZINC Dust Fire Dangers, 583
  • Zinc and Lead Mines Dumps in Wales to be Treated by Electrolytic Process to Produce Zinc, 331
  • Zinc and Lead Ores Awaiting Purchase in Hunan, China, 43
  • Zinc Smelting Works at Jamshedpur, Spelter and Sulphuric Acid Products, 505
  • Zinc, Some Modern Uses of, Ernest A. Smith, 331
  • Zinc Sulphide and Phosphorescent Light, 436
  • Zirconia as Suitable Lining for Metallurgical and Electric Furnaces, 129
  • Zirconium Metal, Properties and Uses of, 71

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