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The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.

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A

  • ACCIDENTS in Witwatersrand Mines, 315
  • AERONAUTICS:
  • - Aeroplanes for Bulgaria, British and French Contracts, 447
  • - Chinese Aeroplane Service for Passengers and Goods, 661
  • - Compass, Earth Inductor Type, for . Air Service, Satisfactory Results, 41
  • - Hangars, Balloon, Method for Regulation of Temperature, 121
  • - Non-stop Aeroplane, 2600 Miles, Across the United States, 553
  • - Royal Air Force Pageant , 553
  • - Survey of Projected Electric Transmission Line by Photographs from Aeroplane, 546
  • - Transatlantic Aeroplane Service, London, vid Plymouth, Lisbon, andc., to New York, 579
  • - Wilbur Wright Memorial Lecture, Dr. J. S. Ames, 299
  • - Zeebrugge Aeroplane Construction Industry, 367
  • AERIAL Ropeway for Boiler Ash Conveyance, 294
  • African Artists, Brass Castings at Benin and South-West Adamawa, 121
  • A-L Club's Dinner, 8
  • Air Compressor, Need of Careful Supervision to Avoid Excessive Cost, 607
  • Air Heater Invention of Swedish Engineer, Technical Opinions on, 499
  • Alkalies Action on Boiler Plates, Investigations, 499
  • Alldays and Onions, Limited, Long-service Presentations, 129
  • Alloys Resistance to Corrosion, 330, 473
  • Aluminium-Iron, 15 Per Cent. Alloy, Good Results for Castings, 93
  • Aluminium Production in the United States, Exports and Imports, 473
  • Ammonia, Purity of, Rival Claims of America and Germany, Comparison with Great Britain, 661
  • Amsterdam to Construct Tunnel under the Y River, 121
  • Anti-dazzle Light Eill, 13
  • Apprentice Advancement Scheme, Presentation of Certificates at Central Marine Engine Works, 287
  • Arsenical Deposits Reported in British Columbia, 697
  • Asbestos Deposits in Western Australia, 315
  • Asbestos and Serpentine, Extensive Alternate Seams Discovered in the Transvaal, 231

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • ASSOCIATION, DIESEL ENGINE USERS' :
  • - Avoidance of Scale Troubles, and Cooling Water Circulation, 607
  • ASSOCIATION OF DROP FORGERS AND STAMPERS :
  • - Lectures by Dr. Leslie Aitchison, 231, 367
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS-IN-CHARGE :
  • - Annual Dinner, 387

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER :
  • - Lathe Tools Research Committee Investigations, 13
  • INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY :
  • - Birmingham and Midlands Sections, Restoration after having Lapsed, 261
  • INSTITUTE OF COST AND WORKS ACCOUNTANTS :
  • - Standardisation in Costing, Conference, 239
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • - Annual Meeting and other Functions, 125
  • - Carnegie Fund Grants in Aid of Research, Notice, 147
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • - Development of Membership Overseas, Formation of Local Sections, 41
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • - Election of Officers, 485
  • - Fourth Dinner, 511
  • - Third Annual Congress, 315, 579
  • INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • - Ball Bearings, New Departure in Discussion upon, 525
  • - Summer Visit in Liverpool, Programme of,
  • INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS :
  • - Oxygen in Gas Making, 661
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • - Awards for Papers, 485
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • - Annual Dinner, 151
  • - Annual Meeting, Presentations to the Institution in Memory of Dr. Silvanus Thompson, 534
  • - Faraday Medal Award to Sir C. A. Parsons, 211
  • - Premium Awards for Papers, 1922-23, 622
  • - Presentation to Mr. J. W. Meares by Indian Friends, 120
  • - War Memorial Scholarships, 322
  • - Wireless Section :
  • -- Radio Station Towers and Masts, Design of, C. F. Elwell, 367
  • -- Winding of High-frequency Inductances, Professor C. L. Fortescue, 588
  • INSTITUTION, JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERS :
  • - Dinner in Celebration of Foundation Anniversary, 537
  • - Midland Section :
  • -- Neglect of Use of Specifications of the Engineering Standards Association, Dr. C. C. Garrard, 67
  • INSTITUTION OF HEATING AND VENTILATING ENGINEERS :
  • - Central Heating, Useful Information in, B. R. Wingfield, 121
  • - Summer Meeting at Folkestone, Paper by Mr. J. Roger Preston, 676
  • INSTITUTION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS :
  • - Address of Hon. General Secretary, 116
  • - Annual Dinner, 353

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • - Meeting to Consider Formation of New Society, 41
  • - William Henry Allen Grant Award, 619
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING AND METALLURGY :
  • - Awards for Services, 299
  • INSTITUTION, NORTH-EAST COAST, OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS :
  • - Powdered Fuel and Lancashire Boilers, E. A. Leybourne, 473
  • - Turbine Troubles and their Causes, Professor A. L. Mellanby and Mr. W. Kerr, 579
  • INSTITUTION OF PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGISTS :
  • - Methods of Testing Physical Properties of Oils, 499
  • INSTITUTION OF PRODUCTION ENGINEERS :
  • - Depth of Drilling, L. C. Keen, 473
  • INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS :
  • - Annual Report, Membership, New President, 231
  • - Grouping and the Institution's Members, 41
  • - Presidential Appointment, 175
  • - "Proceedings," New Issue of, 689
  • - Railway Accidents During 1901-1920, George Holt, 447
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL :
  • - Annual Meeting, Report, Election of Officers, 514, 540, 622
  • - Measurement of the Heating Value of Gas, C. V. Boys, 421
  • - Meetings and Elections, 256, 540, 622
  • INSTITUTION OF RUBBER INDUSTRY :
  • - Rubber and Paint Industries, Dr. D. F. Twiss, 447
  • - Manchester Section :
  • -- Volatile Solvents Recovery, J. H. Mandelburg, 261
  • INSTITUTION OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS :
  • - New Title for Concrete Institute, 8
  • - Visit to Gloucester, 669
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY :
  • - Fuel Briquettes, Pitches Used in Manufacture, A. Grounds, 121
  • - Birmingham and Midland Section :
  • -- Modern Electrolytic Methods, Alex. E. Tucker, 13
  • SOCIETY, FARADAY :
  • - Alloys Resistant to Corrosion, J. F. Kayser, 473
  • - Electronic Theory of Valency, Discussion at Cambridge, 594
  • SOCIETY, OPTICAL :
  • - Annual General Meeting, Election of Officers and Council, 269
  • SOCIETY, PHYSICAL :
  • - Electrified Spheres Problem, Completion, Dr. Russell, 240

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • SOCIETY, ROYAL AERONAUTICAL :
  • - Wilbur Wright Memorial Lecture, Dr. J. S. Ames, 299
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL, OF ARTS :
  • - Heat-resisting Glasses, Sir C. Parsons on Professor W. E. S. Turner's Paper, 499
  • - Paint Work, Rubbing Down, Damp Process and its Advantages, C. A. Klein, 231
  • AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Harbour Dredging Project, 525
  • Australian Customs Tariff Decisions, British Preferential Rates, 553

B

  • BAUXITE in British Guiana, Extensive Deposits, 261
  • Beama (British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers' Association) Dinner, 322
  • Beardmore News, 116
  • Belgian Congo Export Trade, Remarkable Increase, 341
  • Birmingham's Scheme for Direct Outlet to the Sea, 689
  • Bitumen from Tar Sands for Surfacing Roadways, 67
  • Blast-furnaces--see Iron and Steel
  • Boiler Efficiency at 85 Per Cent., W. M. Selvey, 421
  • Boiler, Large, Fired with Powdered Coal, Tests of, 367
  • Boiler, Marine, Return-tube, Board of Trade Report on Failure, 473
  • Boilers, Effluent Tank Water for, Doubtful Resource, 689
  • Boilers, Water-tube Marine, Board of Trade Standard, 175
  • Bombay, Scheme for Reclamation of Back Bay, 499, 607
  • Brass and Copper, Association of Large Users of, 421, 463
  • Brass Furnace Practice in the United States, 67 Brass Melting in Electrical Furnaces, 93
  • Brass, Standard, Experiments on, with Regard to Zinc Removal, 93
  • Bridge, Concrete, Longest in the World, 175
  • Bridge, Nerbudda, at Akbarpur, Details of, 661 British Cast Iron, andc.--see Iron
  • British Columbia Log Output for 1922, 315
  • British Electrical Manufacturers--see Electrical Matters
  • British Engineering Standards Associations :
  • - British Engineering Standards Specifications :
  • -- Air Break Circuit Breakers, Air Break Knife Switches and Laminated Bush Switches, 421
  • -- Cast Iron and Enamelled Cast Iron, Steam- jacketed Pans, 602
  • -- Dimensions and Properties of British Standard Rolled Steel Sections, andc., 704
  • -- Insulating Oils for Use in Transformers, 499
  • -- Piston Rings for Motor Car Engines, 169
  • British Engineers' Association :
  • - Ground Plan Showing Progress of Space Letting in the British Empire Exhibition, 421, 689
  • - Shipbuilding, Marine and General Engineering Exhibits, Over 75 per cent, of Space Already Allotted by the Association, 633
  • British Motor Road Roller with Scarifier, Advantage of, 41
  • British Non-ferrous Metals Research Association :
  • - Communication of Investigation Results, 261
  • - Polishing Metals, Investigation of Materials Used, Dartrey Lewis, 287
  • Bronze Alloy, Coronium, Composition of, E. Hall Craggs, 473
  • Bureau of Standards, New Director, 689
  • By-product Coke Oven Plant, Large, Hamilton, Ontario, 372, 661

C

  • CALORIFIC Value, W. B. Davidson, 553
  • "Calorising" of Metals,Description of Process, 367
  • Canada and Scrap Metals, Import Duty Urged,
  • Canadian Government Dry Dock at Esquimalt, Vancouver Island, Construction Delayed by Accident, 315
  • Canal, Proposed, in China between Chekian and Tientsin, 93
  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Simplified Detection of, 661
  • Carrot River Valley, Canada, Reclamation, 287
  • Castings for Evaporators and Pans, 74
  • Catalogues for Kenya Colony, 282
  • Catalogues for New Zealand, 511
  • Cement Plant, Three-kiln, near Barry, Expected Cost and Output, 315
  • Cement Works, Further Large, near Cardiff, 231
  • Central American Canal, Suggestion as to Building a Second, 147
  • Chain-annealing and Safety of Workers, 175
  • Chilean Trade, Poor Supply of British Catalogues in Comparison with other Countries, 67
  • Chimneys for Chemical Works, T. S. Clark, 371
  • China as a Market for British Machinery, 93
  • Chinese Government Chaos and Finances, 315
  • Chinese Houseboat as Electrical Showroom, 553
  • Clocks, Electric, Advantages of, 525

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :

  • - Anthracite in the Rocky Mountains in Alberta, Proposed Utilisation of, 499
  • - Brazil Coal-mining Industry, Inferiority of Native Coal, 689
  • - Brodsworth Colliery, Doncaster, Record Week's Output, 315
  • - Bulgaria, Increased Coal Production in, 607
  • - Cantor Lecture on Brown Coals and Lignites, Dr. W. A. Bone, 181
  • - Chinese Coal Production in 1922, 607
  • - Coal-loading on Board Ships, New Apparatus, 175
  • - Coal Reserve, per Capita, of Principal Countries, 689
  • - Coal Resources, Estimate of Principal Countries, Comparison, 261
  • - Coke, De-sulphurisation of, by Steam, Laboratory Experiments, 447
  • - Coke-oven, Stella, and By-product Plant at Pelton, 231
  • - Coke Supply Shortage and Damping Down of Furnaces, 315
  • - Colliers Great Increase in Use of Electric Safety Lamp, 231
  • - "Colloidal Oil" as Dust-laying Material in Coal Mines, Experiments, Professor Henry Briggs, 261
  • - Delagoa Bay, New Coaling Plant at, 661
  • - Explosives, Ammonium Nitrate, for Use in Coal Mines, 633
  • - Generating Plant of the Cardiff Collieries, Limited, Completed, 367
  • - Hamburg Supplied with Coal and Coke by United Kingdom, 689
  • - Hydraulic Stowing for Coal Mines, A. J. A. Orchard, 341
  • - India, British, Coal Exports from, Prohibited, 58
  • - Istria Coal Mine, Singular Natural Features of, 579
  • - Japan's Coal Consumption and Increasing Coal Imports, 689
  • - Jubilee Celebrations of the Fife Coal Company, Bonus to Old Workers, 13
  • - Malayan Collieries, Coal Output from, 67
  • - Northern Natal, Engineer's Coal Report, 689
  • - Reheating Furnaces, Economy by Use of Powdered Coal, 579
  • - Saghalien Coal Mining Company Suggested, 661
  • - Transport of Coal, Report of Advisory Committee for Coal Industry, 71
  • - Transvaal, Eastern, Large Scheme for Coal Shipping, 315
  • - Tyrone Borings, Excellent Coal Finds, 367
  • - World's Coal Production in 1922, 499
  • COBALT to Replace Nickel for Electro plating, Results of Trial, 41
  • Concrete Mixing, Determination of Water Amount, 287
  • Concrete Reservoir Cracking and Remedy, 261
  • Concrete in Sea Water, Reported Failure as Protection from Marine Borers, 341
  • Copper, New Vein Discovered in Anglesey, 341
  • Copper Protection by Cuprous Oxide Coating, 525
  • Copper and Protective Value of Verdigris, 525
  • Cornish Tin-mining Industry Improving, 499
  • Corrosion, Alloys Resistance to, 330
  • Corrosion of Boilers, J. R. McDermot, 393
  • Corrosion, Resistance of Alloys to, Symposium at Sheffield University, 367
  • Coventry Libraries, 574
  • Crane, Overhead Travelling, Exceptionally Powerful, 231
  • Creosoting Plant in Ontario for Treatment of Railway Sleepers, 393
  • Czecho-Slovakia's Improved Trade in Coal and Coke, Pig Iron, Steel, andc., 447

D

  • DANISH Investigation of Submerged Peat-bog, Interesting Revelations of the Late-Glacial Period, 633
  • Death of Professor R. Carr-Harris, 607
  • Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Deterioration of Stonework in Buildings, Committee Appointed to Report, 553
  • Devonport Dockyard Men, Fluctuating Work Affects Number Employed, 579
  • Diamond Fields of South-West Africa, Probable Life Limit of, 499
  • Diesel Engine Users' Association, 8
  • Dockyard, Federal Government at Cockatoo Island, N.S.W., to be Reorganised, 560
  • Dolcoath Mine and Government Guarantee, 367
  • Dredging the River Bidyadhari, Calcutta, Very Urgent Need of, to Avoid Disaster, 48
  • Drogden Canal to be Dredged for Additional Depth, 689
  • Drop Forging, Lecture by Mr. Leslie Aitchison, 231, 367
  • Drought Anxiety in Spain, 261
  • Durban Grain Elevator, Further Effort to be Made to Complete the Work, 689
  • Durban New Graving Dock, Progress of the Work, 367

E

  • EARTH-CURRENTS, Study of, Researches on Magnetism, andc., Dr. S. J. Barnett, 447
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS :
  • - Accident at Oldham Corporation Station, 261
  • - Alternating-current Operating at Low Power Factor, Losses by, 41
  • - Arc Welding Job, Unusual and Advantageous, 231
  • - Arc Welding for Joints of Big Gasholder, 473
  • - Australia, Snowy River Scheme for Electric Generation, 661
  • - Automatic Control Applied to Sub-stations, 147
  • - Auto-transformer and Two-winding Transformer Compared, 553
  • - British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers'
  • - Association, Annual Grant of Fees and Scholarships, 525, 553
  • - British Empire Exhibition, Electrical Exhibits, 121
  • - Chesterfield Scheme for Use of Electricity as Condition of Tenancy, 287
  • - Chinese Houseboat as Electrical Showroom, 553
  • - "Circuit Breakers versus Fuses," Lecture by J. Anderson, 175
  • - Durban's Extensive Use of Electricity, 231
  • - Earthing Plate, Satisfactory Characteristics, 421
  • - Electric Condenser, New Type, 421
  • - Electric Drills in Mines, Investigation to Secure Safety in Explosive Atmosphere, 231
  • - Electric Generating Sets, 13
  • - Electric Weld in Commercial Cast Iron, Results, 421
  • - Electricity and Gas, Combined Undertaking for Supply of Both at Crowborough, 579
  • - Electricity Supply in Unoccupied Areas, Lecture by A. Hugh Seabrook, 367
  • - Farmers' Electricity Supply, Difficulties of, 578
  • - Fatal Accident from Electric Shock, Necessary Precautions, 121
  • - France and General Electrification Problem, 147
  • - Heating Devices, Electric, for Industrial Processes, 147
  • - High-tension Transmission Line in Vancouver, 13
  • - Industrial Depression and Reduction in Electrical Extensions, 13
  • - Industries in the United States, Plan for Electrification of, 661
  • - Japanese Electric Power Supply Concerns, 147
  • - Johannesburg and its Power Problem Dilemma, Three Schemes, 67
  • - Johnson-Rahbeck Effect, Rapid Writer for the Morse System, 473
  • - Ka-Ka-Ka Falls in Canada to be Used for Power Development, 579
  • - Medical Aspects of Electricity, Dr. W. Clow, 13
  • - Methods of Charging for Electricity, Amendment of Legislative Provisions, 41
  • - Moravia, Four Supply Companies Organised, 633
  • - Newcastle-under-Lyme, Projected Extension of Electric Generating Plant, 525
  • - New Power Station Equipment in Ohio, 393
  • - Ootacamund Government Loan for Electric Lighting, 341
  • - Otago (N.Z.) District Power Scheme, 559
  • - Power Companies' Incorporation to Develop Falls on the Quinze River, Quebec, 633
  • - Power-houses in Northern California, Second Chain About to be Begun, 421
  • - Power Plant on the Pacific Great Eastern Railway Suggested, 341
  • - Power Plant Projected at New Waterford, Nova Scotia, 341
  • - Quebec Power Project, Electrical Equipment Contract, 447
  • - Shortage of Electric Power Crippling Mines in Northern Ontario, 473
  • - Sydney Electricity Supply Interruption, 261
  • - Testing Transmission of Speech Over High- tension Lines, 88
  • - Thermionic Effects Caused by Alkali Vapours in Vacuum Tubes, Drs. Irving Langmuir and K. H. Kingdon, 147
  • - Transmission Line Under Difficulties from Kashira to Moscow, 13
  • - Turbine Power Plant in Saxony, Wide Range of its Supply System, 41
  • - Victoria Falls Projected New Power Station, 633
  • - Victoria and Power Supply, Government Electricity Commission and Local Opinion, 41
  • - Water Power Limitations, Mr. Theodore Stevens, 499
  • - Worthing Generating Plant, Proposed Extensions, 473
  • EMPIRE Trade, 701
  • Engine's Three Days' Test at the Parsons Motor Company's Works, 525
  • Esquimalt Dry Dock, Resumption of Work, 119
  • Excavation and Erosion, Lecture by Dr. R. L. Sherlock, 287
  • Explosion in Oxygen Compressor, G. Stevenson Taylor, 579
  • EXHIBITIONS :
  • - British Empire Exhibition :
  • -- Electrical Exhibits at, 121
  • -- Grouping and Guidance for Visitors and Buyers, 175
  • -- Space Letting Progress, Ground Plan, 421, 689
  • - British Industries Fair at Castle Bromwich, Birmingham, 67
  • - Buenos Aires, Rural Exhibition, Seed Wheats and Corn of all Kinds, Corn Mills and Cleaning Machinery, andc., 231
  • - Cologne International Fair, 60
  • - Foire de Paris, 459
  • - Gothenburg Jubilee Exhibition, 130
  • - International Foundry Trades' Exhibition, 41
  • - International Gas Exhibition at Amsterdam, 393
  • - International Mining Exhibition :
  • -- Oil Conference, List of Papers 574
  • -- Safety in Mines Exhibit, 525
  • - Jubilee Exhibition in Gothenburg, 701
  • - Leipzig Fair, Poor Results of, 341
  • - Proposed Madras Exhibition Abandoned, 607

F

  • FAIRS--see Exhibitions
  • Faraday House Entrance Scholarships, 433
  • Federated Malay States Tin Stocks, Unfounded Rumour, 393
  • Files, Foreign-made, Collection by Overseas Trade Department, 315
  • Finsburians and Centralians, Combined Old Students' Dinner, 239
  • Foreign Trade of British India, 498
  • Forestry Planting in China, 661
  • "Foundryman's Educator," Arthur Greaves, 382
  • French National Credit Proposed for Development of Water Power, 681
  • French "Trade Ship's" Voyage Round South America, 661
  • Fuel Economy Lectures at Sheffield, 67
  • Fuel Problem in Ontario, Use of Peat Beds Strongly Urged, 579
  • Fuel Supply, Causes of Great Britain's Favourable Position, 261
  • Fuels, Moist and Fibrous, Heat Values of, 147
  • Furnaces for Burning Powdered Coal, Necessities of Design, 633

G

  • GAS Masks and Respirators, Tests in American Tunnel, 553
  • Gas Supply and Lack of Coal in the War Period, Dr. H. Bunte, 633
  • Gas Undertakings in Germany, Herr Thyssen's Ambitions, 499
  • German Blast-furnace Difficulties Due to Lack of Coke, 121
  • German Electrical Machinery Trade with Japan Disappears, 447
  • German Shipbreaking Industry Development, 553
  • Germany's Large Use of Liquid Oxygen Plants in Mines, 553
  • Germany Underselling Japanese Cement Industry, 121
  • Glasgow Subway, 412
  • Glasgow Subway Railway Tunnel, Cementation to Prevent Leakage, 689
  • Glass-making Sand, Accidental Discovery of Silica in New Zealand, 231
  • Glass Melting by New Method, Alec Ferguson, 607
  • Gold Discovery, Recent, in Western Australia, 341
  • Gold Fields of British Columbia, Funds to be Raised for Development, 421
  • Gold Mines, Large, Comparison Between Two in West Australia and in Northern Ontario, 393
  • Gold Mines of the Witwatersrand, Duration of, Variously Estimated, 633
  • Gold Output of the Transvaal, 13, 490
  • Gold Rush to Labrador Predicted, 393
  • Grain Elevator at Durban, Further Efforts to be Made to Complete, 689
  • Grain Elevator Foundations at Durban, 499
  • Grain Elevator, 10,000,000-Bushel, for Montreal, Work on it to Begin at Once, 393
  • Grain Elevators, Port and Inland, for Capetown and Durban, 93
  • Grinding, A Useful Book, 79

H

  • HARBOURS of South Africa, Development of Table Bay Harbour, Report and Scheme, 482
  • Heat Treatment of Metals and Alloys, Course of Lectures, Dr. O. F. Hudson, 405
  • Highway Bridge, Old Tension Bars Restored to Usefulness, 367
  • Hydraulic Press to Eliminate Hand-cut Dies in the Pressed Metal Industry, 67
  • Hydraulicing, Novel Form of, on the Vaal River Diamond Fields, 661
  • Hydro-electric Development, Big Scheme in Buffalo, 287
  • Hydro-electric Development in Quebec, Kenogami Dam, 393
  • Hydro-electric Energy as Saving Coal Consumption in Canada, 93
  • Hydro-electric Facilities to be Increased at the Anyox Smelter, British Columbia, 93
  • Hydro-electric Power Lines Extension in Chihuahua, Republic of Mexico, 473
  • Hydro-electric Scheme on the Kootenay River, Big Tunnel and other Work Starting, 499
  • Hydro-electric Schemes in the Punjab, Indian Legislator's Views, 447
  • Hydro-electric Supply in Bombay, Increased Demand and Further Scheme, 341

I

  • IDLE Days in Coal Mining, Heavy American Loss, 173
  • India's Raw Material and Need of Organisation, 553
  • Indian Science Congress, Lecture on Hydroelectric Problems, Lieut.-Colonel B. Battye, 154
  • Industrial Fuel Conference in Paris, 93
  • Institutions--see Associations, andc.
  • Internal Combustion Machinery for Ships Under Construction in Great Britain and Germany, 287
  • IRON AND STEEL :
  • - Acid-resisting Irons, Analysis for Corrosion Resistance Properties, 548
  • - Alloy Steels, Etching Reagent for, 661
  • - American Investigations and Hoped-for Benefit to Iron and Steel Industry, 689
  • - Autogenous Welding of Nickel and Alloys, 579
  • - Blast-furnace at Asansol, India, Said to be the Largest in Asia, 67
  • - Blast-furnace Coke Industry, 499
  • - Blast-furnace in Ohio, World's Record Output, 287
  • - Blast-furnace and other New Plant at Renishaw Ironworks, 315
  • - British Cast Iron Research Association, Work and Appointments, 13, 121
  • -- Investigations on Iron for Motor Car and Cycle Engine Cylinders, Report in Preparation, also Further Resume, 552
  • -- Work of American Cast Iron Research, 174
  • - Chromium in Iron and Steel Manufacture, Its Growing Importance, 499
  • - Colombo, Iron Ore Deposits Near, 607, 661
  • - Cutting Tools of Malleable Cast Iron, E. K. Smith, 689
  • - Ferro-titanium Manufacture, Important Deposits for Use in, 525
  • - French Iron and Steel Production Decline, 393
  • - High-speed Steels, Discovery of New Constituents, 393
  • - Iron from Lapland Ore, Question of, 661
  • - Iron Ore Deposit Discoveries in Kursk, Russia, 553
  • - Iron Ore (Hematite) Discovery in Johore, Malay, 393
  • - Iron Ore Outcrops in Brazil, 421
  • - Kent Coalfields Iron Development, 93
  • - Malleable Iron Deterioration in Hot Dip Galvanising Process, Effect of Phosphorus and Silicon, 341
  • - Mill Scale Influence on Iron, Controversy as to its Effect, 525
  • - Mysore Distillation and Ironworks, 607
  • - National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers :
  • -- Annual General Meeting and Elections, 367
  • -- Returns for December, 1922, 67
  • -- Returns for February, 1923, 287
  • -- Returns for March, 1923, 421
  • -- Returns for April, 1923, 525
  • -- Returns for May, 1923, 633
  • - Newcastle, N.S.W., Reopening of Steel Works, 147
  • - Nickel Steel, New, A Research Department Success, 553
  • - Numbering of Forging, Casting and other Steels, American Engineering Standards Committee, 85
  • - Pig Iron and Ingot Steel Production in Canada, Higher Costs Anticipated, 525
  • - Pig Iron and Steel Output in the United States, 367
  • - Powdered Coal as Fuel for Basic Steel Making in Open-hearth Furnaces, 633
  • - Record Output of Iron Ore in Malay States, 147
  • - Silicon Iron Demand in Japan, 147
  • - South African- Companies' Iron and Steel Amalgamation, 121
  • - Stainless Steel, J. H. G. Monypenny, 261
  • - Stainless Steel for Metal Bath and Lavatory Fittings, 367
  • - Steel of High Quality, Cheapest Method of Making, B. Stoughton, 688
  • - Steel Structures, Painting, or Galvanising, Relative Merits, 607
  • - Sulphide Ores on the Pacific Coast, Reduction Experiments, 341
  • - Swedish Iron and Steel Industries, Report for 1922, 175
  • - Titanium Alloy Steels, Experiments and Rumours, 121
  • - Titanium Pigment, Experiments and Success, 315
  • ITALY'S Progress in Power Generation, 499

J

  • JAPAN'S Scheme for Under-sea Railway Tunnel, 67
  • Japanese Trade with Great Britain, Good Openings, but Need of Expert Agents, 41
  • Johannesburg, New Power Station Advised, 684
  • Journal of Scientific Instruments, 633

K

  • KAOLIN Discovery in Eastern Finland, 607

L

  • LAKE Albert Nyanza and Lake Tana, Investigations with View to Construction of Reservoirs, 41
  • Lakes Huron and Michigan, Regulation of Levels, 661
  • Lamps in Mines, Oil-flame being Rapidly Replaced by Electricity, 468
  • Lava from Mount Vesuvius Used as Fertiliser, 393
  • Lead-cable Borer in California, R. G. Hartman and others, 447
  • Lighthouses, Two, Projected, in Republic of Colombia, 93
  • Lighting, Public, Cost of, H. A. Butler, 661
  • Lightning Flash, Voltage and Horse-power Estimate, 421
  • Lights, Anti-dazzle, on Vehicles, Regulations Required, 13
  • Lignite Basin, Alhama, Murcia, Exploration Results, 93
  • Lignite Briquetting Experiments in Saskatchewan, Reported Failure and New Measures, 341
  • Lime Sludge as Substitute for Whitewash, 287
  • Liquid Chlorine Plant in Ontario, 13
  • Liverpool University New Building, 315
  • Liverpool University Students to be Carried on White Star Liners for Educative Engineering Purposes, 633
  • Locks between Rouen and Paris, Number to be Reduced to Expedite Transport, 579
  • Loughborough College, Presentation Day, March 10th, 1923, 302

M

  • MAGGIORE, Navigation on the Lake, Concession for, 231
  • Malarial Mosquitoes in Mississippi Valley, Efforts to Limit their Breeding, 341
  • Manchester Steam Users' Association, Report, 315
  • Marble, Copper and other Minerals to be Worked in Malay, 340
  • Marble, Formation of, Igneous or Aqueous ? Theory and Experiment, 633
  • Marine Diesel Engines for Japan Vessels, 93
  • Marine Engineering, Present and Future of, 393
  • Marine Wood-boring Insects, .Investigation into Poisonous Substances for Extermination, 231
  • Mechanical Stoking with Mechanical Draught for Marine Service, R. Clark, 447
  • Metal Mining and Railway Building in China, Chinese Promoter's Plans, 75
  • Metals Used in Solders, Necessary Precautions with Aluminium, 689
  • Metric System of Weights and Measures Advocated for United States, 231
  • Mexican Government and Petroleum Gas Utilisation, 261
  • 20,000 Miles Run in Official Road Trial of Crossley Car, 468
  • Milling Machinery for Italy, 282
  • Mine Regulations for Issue to Workmen, 607
  • Mines, Deep and Shallow, Winding Speed in, 607
  • Mineral Resources in Vancouver Island, Canadian Pacific Railway Survey, 93
  • Miners' Lamps, Increase in Illumination, in Weight and in Efficient Output, 147
  • Minneapolis and St. Paul, Extensive Power Construction Schemes, 67
  • Motor Car Construction of the World, 421
  • Motor Car Exhaust Gases, Tests, 473
  • Motor Car Gears, Differences in Ratio, 287
  • Motor Cars, New Material for Coachwork, 315
  • Motor Cycle Converted for Use Over Snow, Successful Trials in Norway, 473
  • Motor Lifeboat at a Regatta, 633
  • Motor Lorries Sold at Home by Disposal Board, 287
  • Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Society, and Ship and Boat Builders' Association, 473
  • Motor Omnibuses in China, Projected 150 Miles Government Service Run, 499
  • Motor Vehicle Taxation System, Great Fight, 147
  • Muscovite and Molybdenite said to Exist in South-West Africa, 579

N

  • NATAL Port, Progress of Wharf, Coal Storage Scheme, Oil Tanks, andc., 689
  • Netherlands East Indies Personal Landing Tax, 231
  • Newcomen Society Secretary in United States, His Advice, 499
  • Newcomen Society, Summer Meeting Programme, 645
  • New South Wales, Great Cemeint Scheme Proposed, 175
  • New York and Environs, Plan of, under Consideration, 261
  • New Zealand, Suggested Power Scheme at Taranaki, 341
  • Niagara Falls Power Company's Hydraulic Pressure Tunnel, 393
  • Niagara River, New Bridge Projected, 315
  • Niagara River, Steel Arch Bridge to Replace Present Cantilever Bridge, 121
  • Nitrogen, Fixed, Plant for Large Production at Niagara Falls, 579

O

  • OFFICE Ceilings Framework Electrically Welded in Place, 393
  • Oil Boring Abandoned at Roma, Australia, 92
  • Oil Can, New Type, Joseph Kaye and Sons, Limited, 269
  • Oil Conference--see Exhibitions, International Mining
  • Oil Deflectors, New System, Mitchell Bearings, Limited, 689
  • Oilfield Discovery at Limogue, France, 341
  • Oil Fuel Depots and Tank Vessels in Spanish Harbours, 689
  • Oil Recovery from Seeds by Use of Liquid Air, 525
  • Oil Separation from Bilge Water, New System, 689
  • Oil Shales in New South Wales, Extraction of Oil Abandoned as Unprofitable, 579
  • Oil Stations at Dunkirk for Fuel Supply to French Industries, 121
  • Oil Wells in California the Deepest Rotary- drilled, 341
  • Omnibuses, Accumulator Electric, Experiments at Lyons, 231
  • Omnibuses for Long-distance Transportation in China, 661
  • Ontario Hydro-electric System, Chippewa Development, 473
  • Ontario Legislature Appropriations for Provincial Hydro-electric Power, 525
  • Oxidised Kerosenes, Superiority Over Straight Kerosenes for Engine Use, 315
  • Oxy-acetylene Welding, Success Dependent on Filling Material, 147
  • Oxygen Breathing Apparatus, Pros and Cons, 421

P

  • PAINT, White, and Aluminium, Respective Properties and Advantages, 121
  • Paints and Varnishes, Durability of, Importance of Oil Used, 393
  • Palm Oil as Engine Fuel, Experiments, 287
  • Paper Industry in Alaska from Forest Timber, 142
  • Paper Manufacture and Australian Wood Pulp, Experiments, 455
  • Paris Experiments with Underground Moving Pathway, 447
  • Patentees Institute, "What's Wanted" Book, 499
  • Petrol versus Gas Oil for Motor Cars, Cost of Petrol Running Four Times that of Gas Oil, 175
  • Petrol and Natural Gas, Large Quantities Obtainable from Illinois-Alberta Well, 421
  • Petrol and Paraffin Production in the United States, Record Increase in Petrol, 661
  • Petroleum and Gas Prospecting, Wasted Money,
  • Petroleum in Kuruman District, South Africa, 175
  • Platinum Borings in Malaya, Success of, 93
  • Pneumatic Machines and Boilermakers' Union in New South Wales, 367
  • Polish Lack of Wire Rods, 13
  • Pollution of Harbour Water by Waste Oil, Baltimore Attacking the Problem, 231
  • Porosity of Wood and Protective Coatings, 579
  • Portland Cement Output in the United States, 315
  • Port Natal, Proposal for Extension of Deepwater Berthage, 661
  • Portuguese Dock and Canal Construction at Oporto, Foreign Tenders Invited, 30
  • Portuguese West African Government Orders Track Material from England, 261
  • Presentation at Middlewich, 462
  • Pulp and Paper Mill, Most Modern in the World, 607
  • Pulp and Paper Plant, Large, in Vancouver, 13
  • Pyrometry, University Course in, 129

Q

  • QUEBEC Development Company's Extensive Operations, 607
  • Quebec Port, Dredging the North Channel of the St. Lawrence, 689
  • Quebec Power Plant on the Saguenay River to be Manufactured in Canada, 393
  • Queensland Irrigation Scheme at Dawson River, 367

R

  • RADIUM Factory Near Antwerp will be Able to Supply all the Doctors in the World, 341
  • Radium in Large Quantities Available from the Congo, 93
  • Radium Production from the Belgian Congo, 661

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS :

  • Aberdeen-Penzance Sleeping Cars Through Service, 656
  • Aberystwyth Station to be Replaced by New One by the Great Western Railway, 41 ; Improvements at Aberystwyth and Barmouth, 661
  • Accidents :
  • - Accidents to Railway Servants, Inquiries, 183
  • - Australian Railway Accidents, Official Inquiries Called for, 41
  • - Broken Connecting-rod, London and North-Western Section, 633
  • - Buffer-stop Collision, Another, at Liverpool-street, 420
  • - Cardiff, Great Western Railway, Collision Caused by Signalman, Colonel Mount's Report, 553
  • - Collision at Abbey Gates, Report, 203
  • - Collision at Birkenhead Park Station, Report, 203
  • - Collision in Carlisle Station between Edinburgh and Glasgow Trains, 661
  • - Collision Outside Derby Station, Major Hall's Report, 693
  • - Collision Outside St. Enoch's Station, Glasgow, Report, 121
  • - Collision, in Fog, on London and South-Western, Colonel Pringle's Report, 93, 287
  • - Collision at New Cross, London, Brighton and South Coast Section, Southern Railway, Report, 341
  • - Collision at Retford, Report, 67
  • - Collision, Serious, at Duren, 242
  • - Derailment Near Bray Head, Dublin and South-Eastern Railway, 473
  • - Derailment in a Fog Near Croydon, Report, 121
  • - Elevated Railway, Fatal Accident in New York, 689
  • - Fish Wagons Derailment in Scotland, 41 ; Major Hall's Report, 315
  • - Havre Boat Train from Southampton in Collision During Fog, 93, 287
  • - London and North-Eastern Collision between Electric and Steam Trains, 13 ; Major Hall's Report, 499
  • - London and North-Western Express, Slight Derailment, Report, 121

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • Accidents (continued) :
  • - Londonderry and Lough Swilly Railway, Coaches Derailed by the Wind, 13
  • - Mineral Train Out of Control, Collision at Forth Station, 93; Colonel Mount's Report, 315
  • - Ministry of Transport Inquiries--see also Ministry :
  • -- Fatal Collision at Retford Station, 175 ; Report, 203, 525 ; (Letters), 198, 256
  • -- Report on Collision at Hornsey, Great Northern Railway, 93
  • -- Reports for Quarter, July-September 30th, 1922, Thirty-three Inquiries, 367, 553
  • -- Three Accident Inquiries, 121
  • - Rangoon Mail Fatal Accident, 553
  • - Signalman's Sudden Change and Resulting Accident at Pollockshaws, Colonel Mount's Censure, 525
  • - Swale Road and River Bridge Accident, 421
  • - Tramway Accident Near Leeds, Fatal, 579
  • Amalgamation Tribunal:
  • - Amalgamations Competition and Monopoly, The Chairman's Views, 525
  • - Approval of Absorption of Three Companies by South-Eastern Railway, Nine Companies by Great Western Railway, 93 ; Seventeen Companies by London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 367
  • - Caledonian Railway Amalgamation to be Arranged by the Tribunal, 231, 473, 499
  • - Caledonian Railway's Refusal of Amalgamation Terms, 231 ; Tribunal's Decision, 525
  • - Exeter, Forest of Dean, and Midland and South-Western Junction, Absorption by Great Western Unarranged and Left to the Amalgamation Tribunal, 287, 499
  • - Railway Clearing House Grouping Scheme Approved, 13
  • - Railway Companies' Association Distribution Scheme Approved of, 147, 237
  • - Subsidiary Companies Remaining to be Absorbed by Various Railways, List, 499 ; Cases Heard by Tribunal, 520
  • Appointments and Staff Changes, 13, 41, 67, 93, 261, 315, 341, 447, 499, 553, 579, 633, 661
  • Austrian Railways and Sir W. Acworth's Appointment, 499
  • Automatic Locking of Railway Carriages, Disadvantages of, 607
  • Automatic Ticket-issuing Machines, New Device, 473
  • Automatic Train Control, Railway Committee Considering Departmental Report, 607
  • Automatic Vacuum Brake, 661
  • Bangor Station Reconstruction, 203
  • Basingstoke--see Southern Railway
  • Belgian State Railways and Northern of France Non-stop Train, 579
  • Berne Hotel Converted to Swiss Government Department, 607
  • Booster for Trailing Wheels of Locomotive, H. N. Gresley, 689
  • British Association Liverpool Meeting, Reduced Fares, 315
  • British Railway Wagon, Corrected Figures, 175
  • Calais and Boulogne to Basle, Pre-war, Laon, Route Reopened After Repair, 553
  • Canadian Minister's Change of Appointment, 553
  • Channel Tunnel, Trial Tunnel Proposed, 689
  • Charing Cross, Euston and Hampstead Loop, Condemnation and Abandonment, 499, 633
  • Cheap Tickets on Certain Days, London and South-Western Section, 633
  • Chilean State Railways' Locomotive Orders, 341
  • Chinese Government Railways' Revenue, 661
  • City and South London Tube, Proposed Junction with Projected Wimbledon and Sutton Railway, 499
  • Coaches Transferred from Midland Railway to London-road (Manchester) and Euston Service, 175, 315
  • Coal, Coke, andc., Conveyance, Companies' Proposals, 416
  • Coal Trains for London Worked by Midland Section Men and Rolling Stock, 315
  • Conference Scheme for Trading, Railway Representatives, 633
  • Contract for Construction of Metropolitan and Great Central Branch Line, 13
  • Cost of Living and Railwaymen's Wages, 579
  • Cup Final Traffic, Immense Increase on Estimate and on Last Year's Figures, 473
  • Darlington's Celebration in 1925 of Centenary of Opening of Stockton and Darlington Railway, 525
  • Death of Mr. J. J. Brewer, 499
  • Death of Mr. Stuyvesant Fish, 441
  • Delaware and Hudson Railway Company, Centenary Celebrations, 447
  • Docks and Harbours and Railway Companies' Association, General Agreement Reached, 147
  • Driver's Illness and Fireman's Prompt Help, ? 473
  • East Coast Services, Great Improvements to be Made, 670
  • Electric Fog Repeater Signals versus Hand Fog Signalling, 607
  • Electric Locomotives in France, Various Contracts for, 393
  • Electric Locomotives' Tenacity Under Serious Strain, 311
  • Electrification of Former South-Eastern Railway, 287
  • Euston and Manchester, Train Timing Alterations, 287, 315
  • Fares Reduced to 50 Per Cent, above Prewar Rates, 13, 421, 447
  • Fay, Sir Sam, Director and Chairman of Beyer, Peacock and Co., 41
  • Ferry Service Removal from Southampton to Harwich, Dredging at Harwich, 633
  • Festiniog Railway Company Obtains Light Railway Order for Junction and New Station, 147
  • Finance Statistics, 421
  • Forth and Clyde Railway's Changing Vicissitudes, 689
  • French Railways, General Electrification under Consideration, 198

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • French West African Railway Renewal and Repair, 287
  • Galway as a Transatlantic Port, 579
  • German Ruhr Coal Shortage and Railway Electrification, 553
  • Gleneagles Golf Course and Hotel, Benefit to the Caledonian Railway and to Railwaymen, Mr. J. H. Thomas, 525
  • Gold Coast Colony New Railway, 633
  • Golders Green, Record Train Service and Increased Size of Station, 147
  • Grand Trunk Absorbed by Canadian National Railways, 175
  • Great Central Outlay on Locomotives and Wagons, 261
  • Great Eastern Railway New Works in 1922, 121
  • Great Indian Peninsula and East Indian Railways, State Management Question, 315
  • Great Indian Peninsula Railway to Proceed with Bombay Suburban Electrification, 93 ; Electrification Contract'Award, 341
  • Great Northern and City Railway to Loth- bury, House of Commons Committee on Bill, 473
  • Great Northern Railway Self-congratulation, 231
  • Great Western Railway:
  • - Absorption of Nine Companies Approved by Amalgamation Tribunal, 93
  • - Appeal to the Engineers for Fuel Economy, 447
  • - Buckeye Coupling and other Improvements, 579
  • - Dawlish and Teignmouth Section Blocked on Both Lines by Landslide and Trains Diverted at Exeter, 287
  • - Federation of British Industries, Application with regard to the Great Western Railway, 660
  • - Great Western's Numerous Non-stop Runs, 661
  • - Great Western Summer Service, Fast Cheltenham--Paddington Express, 661
  • - Gwendraeth Valley Railway the Smallest Absorbed by the Great Western, 203
  • - Halts for Access to Beauty Spots in Wales, 421
  • - Men at the Swindon Works, 175
  • - Oswestry, Two Railways' Stations to be Combined, 447
  • - Oxley and Kingswinford Junction Line Construction Resumed, 661
  • - Proportion of Receipts for Wages and Dividends Respectively, 147
  • - Prosperity of the Business and its Great Mutual Advantage to Company and Men, 41
  • - Punctuality Record, 203
  • - Quick Services, Two Additional, London to Bristol, 607
  • - Record for Immunity from Fatal and other Accidents to Railway Servants Lowered in 1922, 442
  • - Swansea Station, Projected Enlargement of, 261
  • Gresley, Mr. H. N., Removal of Office from Doncaster to King's Cross, 533
  • Grouping--see also Railway Amalgamation Tribunal
  • Guatemalan Link of Pan-American Railroad System, 421
  • Highland Railway Directors Transfer Amount of Compensation Paid to Them to the Inverness Infirmary, 315
  • Honorary Degrees for Railwaymen Formerly Students of Owens College, 447
  • House of Commons Committee and Various London Railway Proposals, 499
  • Hudson's Bay Railway Project to have Priority over other Schemes, Manitoba Legislature Urgent for Action, 287
  • Hudson River New Steamship and Railway Terminus, 315
  • Illumination of Four Underground Stations Greatly Increased, 240
  • India, Report by Lord Inchcape's Committee on Railway Retrenchments, 447
  • Indian Commercial Bodies and Railway Management, 231
  • Indian Government Loan, Second, to be Floated in United Kingdom, 393
  • Indian Railways and Central Railway Advisory Councils, 147
  • Indian Railways and Recommendations of the Acworth Committee, 499
  • Indian State Railways' Locomotive Orders, 633
  • Institutions, Railway, Locomotive, Transport, andc.--see Associations
  • Intensive Traffic Working, Address to Railway Students, H. E. O. Wheeler, 64
  • Investors and Railway Companies' Earnings, 525
  • Ireland, North of, Resumption of Day Services vid Stranraer, 287
  • Irish Free State Railways Amalgamation, Joint Committee Appointed, 633
  • Irish Railwaymen and Pay Reduction, Arrangements by Northern and Southern Governments, and by Certain Companies, 41
  • Irish Railways' Amalgamation, Great Northern Outstanding, 579
  • Irish Railways, Reported Amalgamation between Great Northern and Midland Great Western, 203
  • Isle of Sheppey and Mainland of Kent, Road Communication Restored, 231
  • Isle of Wight Railways Abolish Second Class, 67
  • Italian State Railways, Drastic Measures to Save the Railway Budget, 121
  • Life-saving from Asphyxiation in a Tunnel, 315
  • Lines Outside Compulsory Grouping Scheme, 261
  • Locomotive and Carriage Superintendents' Committee, I.R.C.A., Annual Conference at Lucknow, 367
  • Locomotives, Government Built, and their Fate, 13, 393
  • Locomotives, Sixty, Put in Hand by Mr. Hughes at Horwich and Crewe, 287

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway :
  • - Absorption of--
  • -- Charnwood Forest and Harborne Railways, Terms Agreed, 615
  • -- Mary port and Carlisle and the Mold and Denbigh Junction Companies, 67
  • -- Seventeen Other Companies, 367
  • -- Stratford and Avon and Midland Junction Railway, 41
  • -- Wirral Railway, Terms Agreed, 652
  • - Appointments, 121, 315
  • - Gift of Land to Abergele, 341
  • - King's Cross Train Arrangements, 341
  • - Land and Estate Department Organised, 661
  • - Question of Electrification between Broad Street and Poplar, 93
  • - Temporary Alteration of Trains on Manchester, Victoria-Oldham Line, 447
  • - Train from Southend to London, 13
  • - Welfare Superintendent Appointed, 447
  • London and North-Eastern Railway :
  • - Absorption of Humber Commercial Railway and Dock Company, 41
  • - Absorption of Mansfield Company, 607
  • - Engines and Rolling Stock Orders for Own Railway and Outside Firms, 499
  • - Freight Rolling Stock, Central Control at York, 473
  • - Labour-saving Plant and Machinery at Doncaster Wagon Shops, Greatly Increased Capacity, 525
  • - Locomotive Workshops and also Carriage and Wagon Works, Both Managers at Darlington, 661
  • - New Standard Colours for Engines and Coaches, 261
  • - Staff Appointments and Changes, 13, 261, 341
  • - Stores Department Appointments, 447
  • - Viscount Grey and Economies, 261
  • London and North-Western Railway, Items of Capital Expenditure in 1922, 260
  • London and South-Western Railway, Final Meeting, Waterloo Reconstruction Cost, 203
  • London's Tube and Omnibus Traffic Statistics, 231
  • Luxor and Assouan, Change from Narrow to Standard-gauge Railway, 231
  • Manchester - Liverpool Forty - minute Expresses Resumed, 367
  • Manchurian Communications, China's Proposed Railway, but Japan Objects, 689
  • Maryport and Carlisle Pronounced the Senior British Railway, 203
  • Melbourne Railway Traffic Statistics, 553
  • Metropolitan District Railway Cars Unnamed, 382
  • Metropolitan Railway Station Near Wembley Stadium and Exhibition Grounds, 426
  • Mexican Railway Electrification, 121
  • Midland Railway Ball Programme, 175
  • Midland Railway Cost of Equipment in 1913 and Now, 261
  • Midland Railway Report, 203
  • Milan Central Station, New, Projected to Replace One Damaged by Fire, 154
  • Ministry of Transport:
  • - Bishop's Castle Railway, Negotiations for Absorption by the Great Western, 261
  • - Figures of Coal Traffic in Relation to Coal Railway Rates Reduction, 41
  • - Light Railway Orders Confirmed, 499
  • - Members of Panels of the Tribunal for Current Year, Names Announced, 607
  • - Runaway Catch Points, 175
  • - Safeguard for Traders in the Railways Act, 175
  • - Scottish Railways' Headquarters and Orders for Material, Application to Ministry, 473
  • - Secretary to the Ministry, Retirement and New Appointment, 147, 175
  • - Standard Rates and Charges, Delay in Companies Presentation of, to the Ministry, 67
  • - Statistics, Monthly, Necessity for their Continuance, 231
  • - Statistics for October, 1922, 41, 67
  • - Statistics for November, 1922, 175, 198
  • - Statistics for November (Mineral Traffic), 203
  • - Stretford Urban District Council and Light Railways in the Manchester Area, 67
  • - Transfer of Ministry to the Board of Trade, No Time Yet Fixed, 450
  • Mukden and Kirin Railway Construction, 367
  • Natal Railways Electrification, 261
  • National Union of Railwaymen and Suggestion to the Companies, 473
  • Newton Abbot Station, Projected Modernisation, 421
  • New Year Honours for Railway Officials, 13, 203
  • New York State Orders Electrification of Lines in New York City, 689
  • Non-inflammable Material in Rolling Stock, 315
  • "Non-smoking" Labels Abandoned, 633
  • North British Railway, Annual Meeting and Chairman's Remarks, 341
  • North British Railway, Rates Reduction and Coal Prices, 261
  • Norwegian Rail Cars Ordered from Germany, 473
  • Orleans and Midi Railways' Electrification Schemes, 561
  • Pennsylvania Railway Headquarters at Philadelphia, Fire at the Station, 661
  • Pneumatic Door Six-car Trains on the Piccadilly Line, 121
  • "Pullmian, Limited," London to Leeds and Harrogate, 393, 421, 670
  • Pullman Vestibule and Buckeye Coupling, Advantage of, 579
  • Rail Motor Cars, Former History on the London and South-Western, 261
  • Rails Rolled in the United States, Tonnage Statistics, 633
  • Railway Benevolent Institution, Annual Dinner, 473, 525

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • Railway Companies, Chambers of Commerce and Federation of British Industries, 147
  • Railway Companies and Labour Unions, Chairman's Rebuke to Outsiders, 525
  • Railway Companies and Press Criticism, 421
  • Railway Companies' Representative and the Unions, Progress, 421
  • Railway Dividends Improvement Since Decontrol, British and Irish, 147
  • Railway Expenditure, Authorised, Bill to Increase Amount, 473
  • Railway Fires Act Amendment, 393
  • Railway Material Exports Statistics, 67, 203, 231, 393, 579, 607
  • Railwaymen's Wage Negotiations, 41, 393
  • Railwaymen's Wages and Cost of Living, 689
  • Railway Purchase Offer and its Refusal, 13
  • Railway Rates Tribunal:
  • - Annual Report, First, 1922, 393
  • - Applications to the Tribunal, Colonel Ashley on Position, 499
  • - Decision as to Tickets Subject to Statute, 382
  • - Proposal to Set Up Local Joint Committees to Deal with Certain Matters and Make Representations to the Tribunal, 67, 121
  • Railway Shopmen's War Bonus, 393, 447
  • Railways and their Men, British and United States, 147, 231, 367
  • Rates and Railway Stockholders, 661
  • Rates--see also Railway Rates Tribunal, also Fares
  • Rotterdam-Amsterdam Railway Electrification, 382
  • Season Tickets at Half Rates for Juniors, 579
  • Season Tickets and Public Expectation, 614
  • Second-class on Railways, Suggested Abandonment, 341, 689
  • Shrewsbury and Welshpool Joint Line, 393
  • Southern Railway :
  • - Basingstoke and Alton Railway not to be Abandoned, 666
  • - Brighton Section of the Southern Railway, Sir William Forbes on, 121
  • - Headquarters at Waterloo, 67
  • - Premature Electrification Announcement, 147
  • - Staff Appointments, 67, 661
  • South-Eastern Railway, Absorption of Three Companies Approved by Railways Amalgamation Tribunal, 93
  • South-Eastern Section Electrification Contracts, 382
  • South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, Valedictory Meeting, Past History and Recent Improvements, 453
  • Staff Changes Consequent on Grouping, 93, 121, 261, 315--see also Appointments
  • Stockholm-Goteberg Railway, Single-phase System Adopted for Electrification, 287, 661
  • Stoke-on-Trent Improved Train Service from Euston, 382
  • Storage on English and Welsh Railways, Reduction in Charges, 231
  • Streatham Junction, Tooting and Merton- road Line, Possible Restoration of Service, 393
  • Swedish Appropriations for Railway Construction, 447
  • Swedish Locomotive Building, 261
  • Swiss Federal Council and Furka Railway Completion, 175
  • Swiss Locomotives, Conference between Federal Railways and Locomotive Factories, 184
  • Swiss State Railways, Earlier Completion of Electrification, 226
  • Telegraph Department of a Railway, Figures, E. J. Collier, 175
  • Temiskaming and Northern Ontario, Railway Electrification, Favourable Report on, 116, 315
  • Temperance Among Railwaymen, 71
  • Third-class Sleeping Cars Not to be Started, 13
  • Thomas, Mr. J. H., New Year Message to Railwaymen on Wage Negotiations, 41
  • Traffic for the British Empire Exhibition and Sports Stadium at Wembley, Extensive Preparations by Companies, 67
  • Traffic--see Ministry of Transport, Statistics
  • Tram Extensions in Madras, Suggested Working by Gas Engines, 367
  • Transport of Coal, Report of Advisory Committee for Coal and the Coal Industry, 71
  • Tube Extension, Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton, or Great Northern and City, Question in Parliament, 231
  • Underground Electric Railways Company, Enormous Traffic by Road and Railway, 341
  • Underground Staff Suggestions Made and Adopted, 393
  • Unemployed Skilled Labour at Crewe Transferred to France, 607
  • United States Railways and their Men, Improved Relations, 147, 231
  • Venezuela, Report on Railway Concessions in, 287
  • Victoria (Australia), Holiday Trip of 1000 Miles, 13
  • Victorian Railway Electrification Extending, 553
  • Virginian Railway, Electrification of 215 Miles, 553
  • Waterloo Station, Reconstruction Cost, 203
  • Weather, Holidays, Men's Unions and Railway Rates, 689
  • Week-end Tickets Concession, 473
  • Welsh Highlands Light Railways Progress, 203
  • Welsh Highlands Railway Opening, 579
  • West Somerset Mineral Railway Company Wound Up and Dissolved, 341
  • Wimbledon and Sutton Railway, Bill Passed Third Reading, 579
  • Woolwich Locomotives, Built and Partly Built, are Still Unsold, 13, 393
  • Workmen's Tickets and Railway Liability, 607
  • RECORD Speed at a Pulp and Paper Mill, 632
  • Refractory Material to Withstand More Severe Heat, Great Need in Metallurgy, 231
  • Reservoir, The Gouin, Quebec, One of Largest in the World, 607
  • Rhodesian-Congo Border Concession Company, 362
  • Rio Tinto Mine Worked by the Phoenicians over 1000 Years B.C., 473
  • Road Programme Cost in Quebec, 689
  • Road Transport Completes Ruin of Canals Begun by Railway Competition, 579
  • Roofing Materials, D. Anderson and Son, Limited, 645
  • Roumanian Engineer's Plan to Keep Open in Winter the Channel of St. Lawrence River, 481
  • Rubber from Dutch Indies, Increased Export, 393
  • Rubber Industry, Institution, Papers--see Associations
  • Rubber-covered Roadway, Experimental, near Manchester, 402
  • Rubber as a Road Surface Dressing, Success in Ceylon, 41
  • Russian Manganese Ore Export Decline, 607

S

  • SAFE Doors, Messrs. Chubb and Son's Film Exhibition, 130
  • Salmon River, Idaho, and Water Power Projects, 473, 525
  • Salt Deposits in Nova Scotia, Development, 421
  • Sandpaper for Cleaning Off Paint, andc., while Damp, Special Advantages, 633
  • Sanitary Science Research, Scholarship Offered for, 175
  • Saturated Air, Circumstances Producing Ill Effects from, 499
  • Sawdust Burning for Boiler Purposes, 147
  • Scholarships, Electrical--see Electrical Matters
  • Scientific Periodicals in Great Britain, Libraries where they can be Consulted, 121
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS:
  • - Diesel-driven Ship Service between Pacific and Atlantic Ports, 147
  • - Fires on American Ships Due to Spontaneous Combustion in Coal, 633
  • - German Submarine Engines' Light Weight, Dr. G. E. Lucke, 147
  • - Hong Kong, Shipbuilding in, 8
  • - Launch with Gas Engine and Producer for Hangchow, China, 661
  • - Leviathan Overhauling at Newport News, Slow Progress, 147
  • - Lifeboat, Motor, for Cromer, 574
  • - Lifeboats' Automatic Illumination on Launching, 525
  • - Mauretania's Latest Type Direction Finder, 525
  • - New Zealand Ship Rotorua, Largest Passenger Steamer on Panama Route, 341
  • - Prize for Internal Ship Decoration Design, 607
  • - Propelling a Cargo Boat, 565
  • - Screw Propeller with Five Blades, 579
  • - Shipbuilding in Canada at Very Low Ebb,393
  • - Singapore, Projected Naval Base for Modern Ships, 315
  • - Three New 20,000-Ton Passenger Liners to be Built by Harland and Wolff, Limited, 689
  • - Turbine-driven Ferry Boats for New York, 93
  • - Wooden Steamers, War-time, from British Columbia, 287
  • SIEMENS and Halske and Siemens-Schuckert Companies 80 per cent. Dividends, 261
  • Silvanus Thompson Memorial Lecture, Conversazione, andc., at Leonard-street Technical College, 50, 93, 101
  • Silver Discovery of Remarkable Value in Keeley Mine, Canada, 287
  • Societies--see Associations. andc.
  • South African Mint Coining, 661
  • Spanish Copper Companies' Inter-agreement, 507
  • Speaking Flame, Talking Pictures and Broadcasting, Reported Invention, 525
  • Standardisation in Cost Accountancy, Verbatim Report, 341
  • Steam Boiler, the "Atmos," Test of New Swedish Type, 341
  • Steam Temperatures, Difficulty of Control, 607
  • Submerged Bridge, Largest in India, 633
  • Suez Canal Improvements, Immediate Start, 175
  • Suez Canal Ore Traffic Figures, 67
  • Sugar Beet Factory Suggested in the Spalding Area, 341
  • Sukkur Barrage Scheme, Government Sanction Given, 421
  • Summer Vacation Lectures at Grenoble, 704
  • Swiss Aluminium Industry Statistics, 13
  • Sydney Harbour New Bridge Tenders, 362

T

  • TASMANIA, Projected Shipping Port at Cole Bay, and Railway from, 499
  • Tasmanian Tin-bearing Discovery, 147
  • Telegraphic Line Between Kilo, in the Congo, and British System, in Uganda, 175
  • Telephone Service, Need of Adequate Provision for, in Construction of Large Buildings, 367
  • Telephone System in New Delhi, Cables About to be Laid, 579
  • Telephones of Western Europe, Technical Administrators' Meeting, 294
  • Testing Machine, Largest in the World, 175
  • Thornycroft's Educational System, 645
  • Thornycroft Suction Gas Lorry, 568
  • Tidal Power Problem, Dr. Ing. Siemonsen, 261
  • Tiles and Brick from Castor Oil Beans, 287
  • Timber Consumption in Illinois Coal Mines, 499
  • Timber in Saskatchewan, Statistics, 689
  • Timber Seasoning, Opinion of Forest Research Expert in India, 689
  • Tin Industry, Termination of Burma Government Scheme, 261
  • Tin-plates Imports into Netherlands East Indies, Nearly All from Great Britain, 231
  • Tin-plates, Peppery Blister in, Professor Edwards, 633
  • Tin Stocks and the Bandoeng Agreement, Arrangement Made, 473
  • Titanium--see Iron and Steel
  • Torbanite Discovery in South Africa, Expected Oil Yield, 499
  • Toronto Harbour, Increased Activity of, 447
  • Transmission, Electrical--see Electrical Matters
  • T.N.T., Picric Acid and Tetryl, Specific Heats of, Determinations in American Laboratory, 553
  • Tunnel Proposed for Diversion of the Salmon River for Development of Water Power, 473, 525
  • Turbines for Winnipeg Hydro, 315

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT Increase in Switzerland, 13
  • University of London, Four Lectures on the Control of the Speed and Power Factor of Induction Motors, Professor Miles Walker, 170
  • University of Sheffield, Symposium on Resistance of Alloys to Corrosion, 367

V

  • VALPARAISO, Port of, Extension of the Mole and Harbour Works, 607
  • Vancouver Harbour Widening, 341
  • Vancouver and North Vancouver, First Bridge to Connect the Two, 93
  • Vizagapatam, Proposed Harbour, 315
  • Volcanic Islands Erupting off Cochin China, 525

W

  • WAGES Proposals Ballot in Railway Wagon Building and Repairing Trades, 447
  • Walsall, Proposed Establishment of Engineering Society, 341
  • Water Power Schemes for Canada Several New, 341
  • WATER SUPPLY :
  • - Chicago Water Supply, Enormous Daily Demand, 607
  • - Metropolitan Water Board Scheme North of the Thames, 315
  • - Ministry of Health Advisory Committee, 175
  • - Montreal City Waterworks and its Cost, 315
  • - Rio de Janeiro, Water Supply Extensions, Projected by Brazilian Government, 261
  • - Three Electrically Driven Pumps for Calcutta Water Supply, 473
  • WELDED Pressure Vessels, Results of Tests, 231
  • Welded River Crossings, N. E. Wagner, 579
  • Welland Ship Canal, Work on, 315
  • White Enamel Resistant to Acids, New Type, 447
  • Whitworth Society Dinner at Olympia in September, 421
  • Why Research is Necessary, 673
  • Winnipeg City Hydro-electric System to Install Steam Stand-by Plant, 689
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY & TELEPHONY :
  • - American Radio Messages to Munchentuch--see (Berne) Station, 673
  • - Audibility of Wireless Signals, Experiments in Method of Increasing, 661
  • - Basis of Wireless Communication, Sir Oliver Lodge, 93
  • - Bibliography of Publications on Wireless, 13
  • - Birmingham Broadcasting Station, 661
  • - Broadcasting Stations in the United States, 553
  • - Colombo Wireless Station Condemned as Out of Date, Projected Improvements, 367
  • - Direction Finders, Wireless Newest Type on the Cunarder Mauretania, 525
  • - Greece, Radio Stations being Established in Accordance with International Agreement, 421
  • - Harbin, Manchuria, Wireless Station Redeemed from the Russians, 511
  • - Madagascar, Powerful Station at Antananarivo, 315
  • - New Non-interfering Detector, Harold P. Doule, 67
  • - Norway and Wireless Stations, Concession Asked for from Government, 41
  • - Nova Zembla, Wireless Station to be Erected at, by the Russians, 579
  • - Radio Communication Between France and Poland, Paris and Beyrout, 121
  • - Radiophone Experiments in Mine Life-saving, 121
  • - Radio Society of Great Britain (Formerly Wireless Society of London), Successful Experiments in Transatlantic Telegraphy, 67
  • - Radio-telegraphy Between Bulgaria and Moscow, 661
  • - Siamese Government and Bangkok Station, Withdrawal of Communication Permission, 147
  • - South African Union Government and the Marconi Company, 175
  • - Static Interference in Reception of Radio Signals, Prevention of, 67
  • - Study of Short Wave Lengths by Amateurs, French Offer of Prizes, 147
  • - Sydney, Nova Scotia, and Bell Island, Newfoundland, Wireless Stations Projected at, 315
  • - Wireless and Aircraft, Captain P. P. Eckersley, 41
  • - Wireless in the Provinces to be Regulated, Locally, 553
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY & TELEPHONY (continued):
  • - "Wireless Town" for England, Marconi Company's Scheme, 392
  • WITWATERSRAND Mines Development Since 1910, 367
  • Workmen Sent Abroad, Agreement as to Wages Between Amalgamated Engineering Union and Engineering Employers' Federation, 147
  • World's Coaling Record at Port Said, 315

Y

  • YANGTZE Port, New, at Kiukiang, 661
  • Yarn, Specially Treated and Tested, Results, 579
  • Yukon Gold Mined by Dredgers on the Klondyke River, 114
  • Yunnan, China, Minerals Abundant, but Capital and Means of Communication Lacking, 287
  • Yunnan, China, Programme for Development, 287

Z

  • ZINC Chloride as Wood Preservative, Necessary Precaution, 393
  • Zinc and Lead Concentration and other Plant to be Constructed for Mine in Quebec, 287
  • Zinc Works in Sardinia, Prospect of Italy's Independence of Foreign Zinc Supplies, 393

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