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The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.

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A

  • AERONAUTICS :
  • - Air Demonstration to Dominion Representatives at Croydon Aerodrome, 559
  • - Monoplane, Portion Picked Up from the Sea near Hythe, 669
  • - New York and San Francisco, Projected Air Mail Continuous Service, 175
  • - Propeller v. Jet System of Propulsion, E. Buckingham, 175
  • - R 38 Memorial Prize, 466
  • ALEXANDRIA and Suez Ports, Improvement and Recommendations, 151
  • Allen-Liversidge, Limited, Staff Dinner, 543
  • Aluminium Chloride, Properties and Uses of, 311
  • American Government Purchasing Departments' Disuse of the Metric System, 395
  • Antimony from Hunan, Large Export Trade, 201
  • Argentina, Oilfield Production, 505

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • ASSOCIATION OF CONSULTING ENGINEERS :
  • - Annual Dinner, 567
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • - Election of President, 25
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • -Autumn Meeting, 25, 210
  • -Use of Non-ferrous Metals in Engineering, Second Annual Autumn Lecture, Sir Henry Fowler, 25, 210
  • - Birmingham Section :
  • -- X-rays and Crystal Structure, Lecture, Dr. H. B. Keene, 587
  • - London Local Section :
  • -- American Non-ferrous Metallurgy, Lecture by Dr. Rosenhain, 484
  • INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS :
  • - Research in Manufacture, Sir J. J. Thomson, 41
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • - Awards of Medals and Premium, 325
  • - Transport Adventure in Persia, Lecture by Major T. Salkield, 505
  • INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • - Address of New Offices, 112
  • - Crompton Medal Award for Paper, 559
  • - Fourth Annual Dinner, 459
  • - Motor Car Insurance Examination by the Institution, 175
  • - Petrol-electric Propulsion : Its Advantage as Regards Economy, L. Murphy, 615
  • - Special Conference at the Shipping Exhibition, 290
  • - Utility Prize Award, 492
  • INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS :
  • - Industrial Oxygen, T. Campbell Finlayson, Reprint of Paper on Sale, 356
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • - Awards for Papers, 466
  • - Vernon Harcourt Lectures on "River Training and Maintenance," R. F. Hindmarsh, 367
  • - Yarrow Scholarship, Applications Invited, 175
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • - Annual Conversazione, 28
  • - Date of Opening Meeting, 328
  • - Election of New Members of Council, 86
  • - Electrical Aids for the Deaf, C. M. R. Balbi, 693
  • - Formal Meeting to Receive Liquidators' Report, 55
  • - Meetings at 6 p.m., Votes in Favour, 395

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS (continued) :
  • - Scholarship Awards, 459
  • - Informal Section :
  • -- First Meeting, Engineering Training, Dr. A. Russell, 615
  • INSTITUTION OF HEATING AND VENTILATING ENGINEERS :
  • - Air Cooling and its Purposes, J. Roger Preston, 13
  • INSTITUTION, JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERS :
  • - Industrial and Shop Lighting Effects, Lecture and Demonstration, 658
  • - New President, Date of Induction and Address, 484
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • - Annual Dinner, 677
  • - North-Western Branch :
  • -- Annual Dinner, 655
  • INSTITUTION OF MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY ENGINEERS :
  • - Meeting, Two Daysí, at Nottingham, Programme, 58
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • - Awards Announcement, 227
  • - Further Scholarship Awards, 484
  • INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS :
  • - Elections of Honorary Member, also of First Lady Member, 93
  • - "Proceedings" Issued Twice Yearly, 451
  • - Theory of Interlocking, J. S. Moore, 97
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL, OF GREAT BRITAIN :
  • - Juvenile Christmas Lectures by Sir William Bragg, Subjects of, 543, 677
  • - Meetings and Elections, 25, 630
  • - Programme of Lectures Before Easter, 708
  • INSTITUTION OF WATER ENGINEERS :
  • - Winter Meeting and List of Papers, 615
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :
  • - Premium Awards for Papers, 682
  • SOCIETY OF GLASS TECHNOLOGY :
  • - Titania Glasses Compared with Lime and with Magnesia Glasses, 477
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL, OF ARTS :
  • - World's Copper Control Largely in One Company's Hands, Sir R. Redmayne, 41
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL METEOROLOGICAL :
  • - Award of Symons Gold Medal, 705
  • SOCIETY OF TECHNICAL ENGINEERS :
  • - Mr. Richard Hazleton, 371
  • SOCIETIES, PHYSICAL AND OPTICAL :
  • - Exhibition, 702
  • ASWAN Dam, Discharge of Sluices, New Instrument for Measurement, 358
  • Atlantic Cable, Largest and Fastest Ever Laid, 41
  • Atom in Collision, Photographed After 21,000 Attempts, 97
  • Australia, Accelerated Service to Fremantle, 395
  • Australia, Four New Bridges Across Murray River, 505
  • Australia, Locks on Murray River, to Cost Ten Millions Sterling, 253
  • Australian Trade Statistics, 341
  • Australia's Largest Reciprocating Engine, 669

B

  • BALTIC to the North Sea, Deepening the Flintraennan Passage in the Oeresund, 423, 451
  • Barium Sulphate, Enormous Crystal from Mine near Appleby, 423
  • Basingstoke Canal, Reported Purchase of, 71
  • Bauxite, Large Deposits Reported in Permsk Province, 281
  • Belt Conveyor, New Type, 227
  • Bengal Ropeways Bill Becomes Law, 477
  • Bengal Scheme for Storm Water Disposal, 451
  • Birmingham Tramway System Extension, 395
  • Blast-furnaces--see Iron and Steel
  • Boilers Fired with "Lopulco" Pulverised Fuel, Efficiency Results, 13
  • Boilers for Use with Refuse Coal, Result of Tests, 97
  • Bombay Government Regulations for Boiler Attendants, 505
  • Bombay Government to Spend £6,000,000 on Sea Front Reclamation, 531
  • Book of the Thornycroft, 599
  • Boulogne Harbour Improvement, Dredging and I Deepening the Inner Part, 311
  • Brake Operation on Motor Vehicles, Difficulties, and a New Patent, 311
  • Breaking-up of Scrap Metal, 682
  • Bricks Made from Gold Mine Dumps, Value of, 125
  • Bridge Centuries Old at Last Being Destroyed in India, 531
  • Bridge Foundations, Caisson Position Electrically Ascertained, 227
  • Bridge with Record Main Span, 125
  • Bridge, Valuable, at Springfield, Mass., Completely Destroyed by Fire, 395
  • British Chemical Standards Movement, 253
  • British Engineering Standards Association :
  • - British Engineering Standards Specifications, Withdrawal from Circulation of B.S. Specification 72--1917, Revision in Progress, 41
  • British Forestry Commissionersí Extensive Schemes, 41
  • British Non-ferrous Metals Research Association :
  • - Alloys Used in Die-casting, Investigation of, 13
  • - First Experimental Report, 615, 643

C

  • CABLE Between United States and France, Said to be World's Largest, 587
  • Calcutta, King George's Dock, Water Area and Other Dimensions, 125
  • Canada, Automobile Manufacture in, Statistics, 13
  • Canada's Greatly Increased Trade, Statistics for Past Year, 367
  • Canada's Mineral Production Recovery, Statistics, 227, 367
  • Canada's Production of Gold in 1922, 151
  • Canada, Striking Growth of Water Power Development, 13
  • Canadian Great Lakes, Complaints of Excessive Diversion of Water by United States, 97
  • Canadian Iron Ore Mining, Position of, Government Committee's Report, 311
  • Canadian Islands of the Arctic Circle, Investigators from Quebec, 71
  • Canadian Patents Issued, A Record Year, 693
  • Canadian Westinghouse Company's Works, Factory Extension, 97, 175
  • Canal to the Baltic Sea, Polish Scheme, 451
  • Canal, Rochdale, Sale of All its Reservoirs and Water Supplies, 201
  • Canals under Consideration in Belgium, 71
  • Carbon Black from Surplus of Natural Gas, 451
  • Catalogues, British, for Constantinople and Towns in the Interior, 669
  • Catalogues, British, Lack of, in Canada, 268
  • Catalogues, British, for Mexico, 253
  • Catalogues for Turkey, 543
  • Cement Manufacturing Company in China, 151
  • Cement from Spent Shale from Scottish Oilfields, 13
  • Central Steam Heating for Winnipeg, 599
  • Ceylon River, Extensive Electric Power Capacity, 13
  • Chemical, Metallurgical and Mining Society, Endowment of Research in South Africa, 227
  • China, Modern Highway Planned in, 151
  • Chinese Cruisers to Promote Chinese Trade, 227
  • Chinese Government Bureau of Economic Information, 13
  • COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES:
  • - American Coal Mines, Fatal Accidents in, 643
  • - Anthracite and Bituminous Coal in the United States, State of Reserves, 71
  • - "Application of Stone Dust in Coal Mines," 451
  • - British Coal Output Statistics, 227
  • - Canadian Coal Production, 643
  • - Canadian Collieries, Limited, Results of Boring in the Sable River District, 41
  • - Centrifugal Machines for Drying Coal, 669
  • - Coal Bed Reached After Two Years' Sinking Operations, 531
  • - Coal Dust, Explosive Qualities of, Demonstration, 201
  • - Coal Find, Valuable, at Cape Breton, 227
  • - Coal in India, Suggested Import Duty, 311
  • - Coal Mining by the Chinese, 587
  • - Coke Ovens Battery at Sydney, Nova Scotia, to Begin Work, 669
  • - Colliery Officials' Federation Annual Conference, Electricity in Mining Work, 175
  • - Drainage of Coalfields in Yorkshire and Other Counties, Bill to be Deposited for Next Session of Parliament, 693
  • - Fatal Coal Mine Accidents in the United States, 175
  • - Great Britain's Weekly Coal Production, 669, 693
  • - Lourenco Marques Coal Traffic Development, 505
  • - Low Temperature Carbonisation of Coal, 41
  • - Maltby Colliery Disaster Relief Fund, 210
  • - Maryport District, New Boring by Garswood Hall Colliery Company, 693
  • - Natal Navigation Collieries Equipment, Exceptionally Fine, 125
  • - New South Wales, Coal Development, 505
  • - Pressure and Explosion Demonstrations with Different- Varieties of Coal, 395
  • - Pulverised Coal in Open-hearth Furnaces, Its Utility Still Uncertain, R. H. Lowndes, 559
  • - Reopening of Old Collieries Projected at Grangemouth and Gartshore, 451
  • - Saghalien, North or Russian, Reserves of First-class Coal, 423
  • - Stone Dusting in Coal Mines, Dr. J. S. Haldane, 643
  • - Swiss Coal Imports, German and Otherwise, 693
  • - Underseas Coal, Bore-hole at Seaham Harbour, 451
  • - Zambesi Basin Coal, Satisfactory Tests, 367
  • COBALT, World's Supply of, in 1922, 151
  • Cold Storage in Australia, New Zealand, and United States, 311
  • Colombia, Various Mineral and Oil Discoveries by Geologists, 505
  • Colombian Government Projected Oil Pipe Line, 669
  • Colour Test Papers for Detection of Hydrocyanic Acid Vapour in Air of Tanks, Ships, Buildings, andc., after Fumigation, 281
  • Coloured Paints and Evaporation from Oil Tanks, 341
  • Concrete Roads, Surfacing, Sodium Silicate for, 643
  • Condenser Tube Coatings, Alloy Investigations in Germany, 505
  • Congress at the British Empire Exhibition--see Exhibitions
  • Congress of Swedish Engineers at Gothenburg, 175
  • Conveyors, Use of, in Coal Mine Workings, Discussion, W. G. Burt, 451
  • Coolidge and X-ray Tubes Insurance 477
  • Coopers Hill War Memorial Prize, 190
  • Co-ordination between Mortar Manufacturers and Shipbuilders, 175
  • Copper Casting, J. Edgar, 643
  • Copper Production in Chile, 341, 367
  • Copper Works at Burry Port Restarted, 151
  • Corrosion--see British Non-ferrous, andc.
  • Cotton Ginnery in South Africa, 505
  • Cotton Mills in China, 13
  • Cotton Mills for Tasmania, Question of Starting the Industry, 281
  • Crushing Plant for Gold Mino, Transvaal, 693
  • Crystal Palace School of Engineering, Distribution of Certificates, 669
  • Crystalline Form of Electro-deposited Metals, 201

D

  • DAM, Wilson, Across the Tennessee River, Largest in the World, 669
  • Deafness, Electrical Aids for, C. M. R. Balbi, 693
  • Deafness and the Marconi Instrument, 505
  • Deafness--see also Electrical Matters
  • Death of Mr. R. W. Hunt, 151
  • Deepest Gold Mines, Brazil and Witwatersrand, 587
  • Department of Scientific and Industrial Research :
  • - Committee Report of Investigations on Deterioration by Sea Water, 367
  • - Licence Issued to Research Association of British Flour Millers, 375
  • Deutz-Diesel Compressorless Engine, 125
  • Diamond Cutting Industry in Kimberley, Suggested, 227
  • Distillation of Tar, Large Plant for, in Winnipeg, 311
  • Dock, Dry, at St. John, New Brunswick, New, One of Largest in the World, 559
  • Durban New Graving Dock, Sliding Caissons made by Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, 97
  • Durban, Very Large Graving Dock Under Construction, 71

E

  • EARTH Tremors and Mining on the Rand, 367
  • Earthquake Action and Popular Misconceptions, J. W. Doty, 531
  • Egg Preservation, Rapid New Treatment, 587
  • Einstein and Relativity Theory, Device for Interpretation, 97
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS :
  • - American Post Office Lighting to be Reconstituted, 201
  • - Austrian Electrical Industry and Deflation, 587
  • - British Columbia Electric Railway Company, Plans for Great Water Power Development, 41
  • - British India and Japan, Trade in Electrical Apparatus, 175
  • - Central Station Design, Duplication of Equipment and Installation of Safeguards, 97
  • - Circuit Breakers, Automatic Re-closing, History of Three, 151
  • - Cleethorpes Urban Electricity Supply, Proposal to Electricity Commissioners Refused, 643
  • - Concession and Licence Asked for Storage of Water and Supply of Electric Energy, 137
  • - Dental Apparatus Material, Superiority of Electricity over Gas in Japanning, 125
  • - Des Quinze River, Ontario, Sixty Years' Lease of Group of Rapids, 201
  • - Direct Current, Three-wire, System, Dangers of, for Private Use, 97
  • - Electric Furnace Under Construction at Ford Company's Detroit Works, Details of, 71
  • - Electrical Storage Battery Locomotive for Use in Coal Mines, Prize Offered for Best Vehicle, 395
  • - Electricity Commissioners' New Regulations for Overhead Lines, 615
  • - Estonia, Large Power Station Completed at Ellamaa for State Railways and Other Purposes, 505
  • - Experimental Station at Geltow, Details of High-tension Direct-current Machine, 151
  • - Explosion Due to Cracked Insulator, 615
  • - Ford Factory in Ontario and Large Electrical Equipment, 505
  • - French Experiments in Wider Use of Electrically Driven Vehicles, 367
  • - Furnace, the Electro-thermic Accumulator, A Swedish Invention, 693
  • - Fynn-Weichsel Alternating Current Motor, 587
  • - Gas-filled Lamp and Glare Elimination, Advantage of Larger Candle-power, 201
  • - Generating Set, 50,000-Kilowatt, by C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd. for Commonwealth Edison Company, Details of, 13
  • - Hackney Borough Council and Electric Vehicles for House Refuse Collection, 41
  • - High-tension Transformers, Drying Out, 395
  • - House Wiring for Electricity, Free Installation Advocated in Newport (Mon.), 201
  • - Immunity from Electrical Current, Great Differences in Capacity of Human Beings, 281
  • - Industrial and Shop Lighting Effects, Demonstration Lecture at British Thomson-Houston Company's Rooms, 658
  • - Irish Water Power for Electricity, Demand for Purposes of Agriculture and Rural Industry, 201
  • - King Opens Super-supply Station, 125
  • - Lesser-known Electrical Utilities, James Orr, 615
  • - Low-voltage Release Equipment Advantage, 615
  • - Microscope Work by Electric Lamp, 125
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):
  • - Mines in France, Belgium, andc., Great Deficiency in Use of Electric Signalling, 281
  • - Motor at Work Continuously for. Twenty- seven Years, 367
  • - Neon Lighting Installation in London, First in Great Britain, 227
  • - New York’s Electric Advertising Signs, and Over a Million Lamps, 201
  • - New York Electrical Exhibition, Great Growth in Use of Electricity, 477
  • - Nitrogen Fixation, Electrical Aspect of, P. Bunet, 451
  • -North Wales and South Cheshire Joint Electricity Authority, 395
  • - Poplar’s Electricity Finance, 669
  • - Porcelain Insulator Testing and Gases Liberated, 587
  • - Power Station for the British Empire Exhibition, 367, 423
  • - Power Station for Lighting Problems, 587
  • - Pretoria Power-house New Plant, 669
  • - Quebec, Power Plant for Bryson, 423
  • - Russian Power Stations’ Restoration, Orders for Electrical Plant, 423
  • - Saskatchewan, Increasing Demand for Electric Light in Yorktown, 437
  • - Saskatchewan, Yorktown, Local Electric Improvement Scheme, 693
  • - South African Large Electric Power Schemes, 341, 423
  • - Southern India River, Conference Between Travancore Durbar and Madras Government on Harnessing Question, 151
  • - Spinning Machines Driven by Electric Motors, 615
  • - Swedish Rural Electrification, 395
  • - Synchronous Converter and Power Factor Correction, 587
  • - Synthetic Grey Iron, Tests for Making, in a Special Electric Furnace, 227
  • - Transmission Line Altered to Obtain Much Increased Energy, Remarkable Achievement, 477
  • - Transmission of Power Systems, Large, Value of Interconnection, 559
  • - United States’ Use of Incandescent Lamps Equals that of the Rest of the World, 693
  • - Ventilation and Electrical Apparatus, 643
  • - Voltages, Very High, Laboratory Demonstration, 693
  • - Water-cooling Coils in Transformers, Scale Trouble, 587
  • EMPIRE Mining and Metallurgical Congress of Societies Interested, Arranged for the British Empire Exhibition, 367
  • Employment Exchanges’ Statistics, 477
  • Esquimalt Dry Dock, Large Contract for Electrical Pumping Machinery, 281
  • EXHIBITIONS :
  • - British Empire Exhibition :
  • -- Electric Power Station for Light and Driving, also as an Exhibit, 367, 423
  • -- Empire Mining and Metallurgical Congress Arranged, 367, 562
  • -- Hours of Opening and Closing, 622
  • -- World Power Conference, 311, 622
  • - Brussels Commercial Fair, The Fifth, Growth of, 693
  • - Leipzig Fair, III Success of, 253
  • - Physical and Optical Societies Exhibition, 702
  • - Public Works, Roads and Transport Exhibition, 86, 112
  • - Royal Agricultural Show, Awards at, 13
  • - Shipping and Engineering Exhibition, 291
  • - Special Conference Inaugurated by Institution of Automobile Engineers, Programme, 291
  • - Tercentenary Jubilee Exhibition at Gothenburg, 281

F

  • FACTORIES and Workshops, Report for 1922, 125
  • Fairs--see Exhibitions
  • Fans, Standardisation of, 140
  • Faraday House Old Students' Association, Annual Dinner, 367, 463
  • Federation of British Industries :
  • - Final Report of Committee on Inter-Imperial Trade, 423
  • - Smoke Abatement, Professor J. O. Arnold, 71
  • - Taxation and Rating of Machinery, Heavy Handicap on Industrialists, 693
  • - Waste of Heat Detection in Boiler-houses, 41
  • Finsbury Old Students' Association, Twelfth Annual Dinner, 438
  • Flame Temperature of 3000 deg. Cent., 227
  • Flood and Ice, Remarkable Accident, 97
  • Flour Milling Research, 375
  • Ford Motor Company, Big Plant at Toronto, 311
  • Forest Fires in the United States, Annual Loss Averages, 41
  • "Forest Resources of the World," Comprehensive Work Published by U.S. Government Authority, 559
  • Foundrymen, British, Institute of, 213
  • Foundry Sand, Method of Coal Removal Wanted, 477
  • Frozen Pipe and the Remedy, 97
  • Fuel Board of Canada, Valuable Suggestions, 477
  • Fuel Problem of Canada, Poor Prospects from Oil or Natural Gas, 477
  • Fuel Research Board Committees in Lancashire and Yorkshire, 13
  • Fuel Research Board Report on Wigan Arley Coal, 477
  • Fuels for House-heating Boilers, Tests of, 341
  • Furnace, Automatically Controlled Heat-treating for Large Turbine Castings, 41
  • Fusible Alloys for Soldoring Purposes, 201

G

  • GAS for Firing Coppers at Breweries, 559
  • Gas for the Home Counties, Reports on Fulfil mont of Statutory Requirements, 97
  • Gas Producers, Battery of, for Glasgow, 451
  • Gas, Town, Board of Trade Return, 201
  • Gasworks at Marple, Cost of Extension, 451
  • Gear Grinding Company's Catalogue, 382
  • Gearing, Absence of Patterns for, 643
  • G.P.O. Engineers’ Examination, 190
  • Geological Survey of Great Britain, Report for 1922, 531
  • German Liquid Fuel Industry, Trust for Control of, 97
  • German Offer to Take Over Steel Companies in South Africa, 423
  • German Purchases of Aluminium from Switzerland, Denial of Report, 477
  • Germany Increases Fees for Patents and Trade Mark Registration, 395
  • Glass in Factories and Proper Ventilation, 175
  • Gold Mine, Brakpan, South Africa, Plant Extension and its Cost, 451
  • Gold Ore Reserves of Hollinger Mines, Consider¬able Estimated Value, 559
  • Gold in the Transvaal, New Discovery, 505
  • Gothenburg Harbour Improvement, 311
  • Grain Elevators at Capetown, Port and Inland, to be Opened in March, Varving Capacities, 395
  • Grain Elevators, Reinforced Concrete, Record Rate of Construction, 595
  • Grain Trans-shipment, Improvement of Facilities at Fort William, Ontario, and Port Arthur, 253
  • Greece, Big Wireless Schemes Projected, 531
  • Gretna Government Factory Real Estate for Sale, 693
  • Grinding of Metals and Cleaning of Castings, Home Office Report, 71
  • Grinding and Proper Size of Pebbles for, H. F. Kleinfeldt, 531
  • Grinding Thin Planing Knives, 190
  • Gwalior, Schemes Projected in, Irrigation, 41 ; Road Railways, 71

Gypsum, Immense Deposit 99.8 per cent. Pure, Discovered in Northern Ontario, 281

H

  • HAFNIUM in Manufacture of Audion Lamps, 227
  • Harbour, the Beyt Scheme, on Bombay Coast Line, 263
  • Hartlepool Scheme for New Harbour, 559
  • Heat Transmission Through Walls, Building Research Board Report, 367
  • High-capacity Wagons--see Miscellaneous Index, Railways
  • Howrah Bridge, Calcutta, Cantilever Design Decided Upon, 201
  • Hyderabad Irrigation Project, 395
  • Hydraulic Turbine of Faulty Design, 559
  • Hydro-electric Commission, Ontario, Steam Power Plant Proposals, 669
  • Hydro-electric Development of New Zealand River near Christchurch, "Waimakariri Empowering Bill," 367, 423
  • Hydro-electric Output of Canada in Excess of any other Country, 477
  • Hydro-electric Power Commission of Ontario, Order for Large Turbines, 253
  • Hydro-electric Power Shortage in Northern Ontario, 222
  • Hydro-electric Station at Narowa Falls, Estonia, 311
  • Hydrographic Bureau, International Proposals for Demarcation of Seas, 395

I

  • ICE Factory and Cold Storage Capacity Increase in Dublin for Trawlers, 281
  • Ice Pressure Relief Apparatus, 227
  • Ice Trouble on Canadian Reservoir, 49
  • Imperial Institute "Map and Diagrams of Metal Resources," 423
  • India, Mineral Licences and Mining Leases, Amended Rules for Grant of, 451
  • India and Unemployed Englishmen, 505
  • Industrial League and Council, Weekly Lectures Resumed, 404
  • Insect Damage to Cables, 586
  • Institutions--see Associations,
  • Ionic and Thermionic Valves--see University College, London
  • "Irish Engineering," 458
  • IRON AND STEEL:
  • - American Standardisation of Steel Flanges and Flanged Fittings, 587
  • - Austrian Large Iron and Steel Works to be Re-started, 125
  • - Blast-furnace, Largest of North-East Coast, Completed near Middlesbrough, 451
  • - Blast-furnace Linings, 41
  • - Blast-furnaces on the North-East Coast, 48 now in Blast Against the Normal 70, 693
  • - Blast-furnaces and Pig Iron Production in France, Statistics, 281
  • - Blast-furnaces Working in France, Year's Statistics, 643
  • - Breakdown Tests on Various Steels, 41
  • - British Cast Iron Research Association :
  • -- America's Efforts to Increase Production of Malleable Castings and to Obtain their Adoption, 201
  • -- Cast Iron to Resist Corrosion, Research Projected, 395
  • -- Foundry Sands Investigation Projected, 201
  • - Carburisation of Steel, Investigation, 341
  • - Carburisation Tests for Synthetic Grey Iron Manufacture, 227
  • - Cast Iron Pipe, Life of, Investigations, 125
  • - Cast Iron with Small Percentage of Nickel, Experiments with, 71
  • - Cast Steel Axle-boxes, Importation into India, 451
  • - Chilean Iron and Steel Industry, Proposed Provision of State Aid, 395
  • - Crystalline Areas as an Indication of Steel in Iron Bars, 395
  • - Enamelling Castings, Investigations by the American Bureau of Standards, 505
  • - Explosion of Cast Iron Steam Pipe, 125
  • - Gas Samples from Blast-furnaces, American Study of Reactions, 505
  • - High-speed Steel, Cause of Red Hardness of, 423
  • - Iron and Steel, When Ignited, Contrasted with Brass and Copper, 540
  • - Lapland's Considerable Iron Ore Resources, 669
  • IRON AND STEEL (continued):
  • - Manganese Ore Discovery in Krugersdorp, 227 ; Also Near the Vaal River, 566
  • - National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers : Production of Pig Iron and Steel in June, 71 ; July, 201, 258 ; August, 311; September, 423; October, 531; November, 693
  • - Nickel Ore Discovery in Alaska, Experiments in Treating, 13
  • - Nickel Output in Ontario, 315
  • - Ontario Government Committee’s Report and Recommendations on Iron Orc Industry, 281
  • - Paint for Iron, Question of the Best, 253
  • - Pig Iron and Ferro-alloys in the United States, Imports Greatly in Excess of Exports, 693
  • - Pig Iron and Steel Production in Canada, 151, 693
  • - Poland, Iron Ore Production Statistics, 227
  • - Silicon Steel, Limitations to its Usefulness, 151
  • - Spectroscopic Equipment for Sorting Steel, 395
  • - Spinning Spindles, Advantages of Blue Steel, H. Scholey, 423
  • - Sponge Iron and Synthetic Cast Iron, Result of Experimental Work on, 669
  • - Stacks of Blast-furnaces, Experiments with Regard to Height of, 505
  • - Stainless Iron and Steel Production, 587
  • - Stainless Steels, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 151
  • - Steel Pipes, Transmission of Heat Through, Study of, 505
  • - Swedish Iron Alloy, New Rustless, 451
  • - Swedish Output of Iron and Steel, Old Times and Present Contrasted, 451
  • - Synthetic Grey Iron Made in Electric Furnace, Tests, 125, 227
  • - Valenciennes Iron and Steel Works Reconstruction Scheme, 125
  • - Wastage in Steel Manufacture, Suggestions for Avoidance, 125
  • IRRIGATION in Gwalior, Big Project by the Maharajah, 41, 227
  • Irrigation Scheme, Very Large, in Nizamia Saugor District, 341
  • Italian Public Works Planned and Started under the Fascista Regime, 423
  • Italian Scheme for Sale of Engineering Products, 477

J

  • JAPANESE Earthquake, Results, and Chief Requirements, 451
  • Japanese Patent Office Documents Reported Destroyed by Earthquake, 587
  • Japanese Purchases from Great Britain and Canada for Reconstruction Work, 505
  • Japanese Reconstruction to be Gradual and Reduce Amount of Foreign Loan, 559
  • Japanese Restrictions on Use of Telegraph Codes Withdrawn, 477
  • Johannesburg Observatory, Optical Discs for Large Refractor being Ground at St Albans, 97
  • Journal of Scientific Instruments, Publication Arrangements, 227

K

  • KING'S College Exhibition for Benefit of Hospitals to be Repeated, 531

L

  • LAMBETH Bridge to be Replaced by Steel Arch Bridge, 559
  • Lantern Slides, Offers for Lectures:
  • - Fuel Consumption, andc., Meldrums, Limited, 435
  • - Mechanical Stokers, andc., Ed. Bennis and Co., Limited, 379
  • Latvian Government About to Introduce the Metric System, 311
  • Load Pipe, Sheet Lead, andc., Large Plant for Manufacture of, at Seattle, 13
  • Leeds University Chair of Mining, 190
  • Lightning Damage to Telephones in the London Area, 71
  • Lightning Risks and Oil Tank Protection, 341
  • Lights, Visible and Invisible, Abnormal Conditions of Refraction, 367
  • Lignite Beds in the Ural, 71
  • Lignite, Nigerian, as Fuel, 615
  • Lime-burning and Popping in Plaster, 643
  • Limonite Deposits in Breconshire, Discovery and Reported Development, 395
  • Lincoln, Projected Improvement of Bridges, andc., 559
  • Linseed Oil Varnish, Protective Properties, 227
  • Liquid Oxygen Explosive in Mine Blasting and Road Construction, Successful Experiments, 531
  • Liquid Oxygen, Properties of, 311
  • Logwood, Cutting and Exportation of, for Use in Dyes Manufacture, 201
  • Lumber Production in British Columbia, A Record Year, 693

M

  • MANCHESTER University Metallurgical Department, New Quarters, 175
  • Manganese--see Iron and Steel
  • Mansion House Association on Railway and Canal Traffic, 125
  • Marine Oil Engine, Low-powered, 615
  • Marine Sounding by Hydrophone, 13
  • Mercury Mine in China Since Fourteenth Century, 175
  • Metal Deposition by the Schoop Process, 71
  • Metric System, Special Reference to Chemical Manufacture, A. E. Malpas, 477
  • Meurthe-et-Moselle, Mining and Metallurgical Statistics, 341
  • Microscope Work by Electric Lamp, 125
  • Mine Shafts, Speed for Winding Men, 125
  • Mines, Safety in, Experiments, 253
  • Mining Accidents in the United States, 97, 367
  • Mining Development at Cannock Chase, 253
  • Mining Film in the United States, Story of Rock Drilling, 41
  • Mining Machinery, Explosion-proof, Great Lack of, in America, 97
  • Monopoly Patent, Disadvantage of, 476
  • Montreal Harbour Terminal Facilities, Projected Improvements, 71
  • Montreal, Highway Bridge Projected at, 71
  • Mortar or Bricks, New and Valuable Binding Material for, from Limestone, found in Sweden, 559
  • Motor Car and Cycle, Private, Annual Increase in the United Kingdom, 693
  • Motor Car Increase in the United States, 559
  • Motor Car Lighting and Starting, 643
  • Motor Car Production, Mr. Ford's Self-containing Policy, 587
  • Motor Cars for Canada from the United States, Protests from Canada, 253
  • Motor Cars, Modern, Prevalent High Speeds of, 38
  • Motor Cars in Ontario, 615
  • Motor Cycle Lighting Deficiency, 587
  • Motor Fuel of Petrol and Water Mixture, 477
  • Motor Track, Italian, A Model, 451
  • Moving Platform, Experimental Typo, 669

N

  • NAILS, Holding Power of, 41
  • Natural Gas Industry in Roumania, 320
  • Neon Lighting--see Electrical Matters
  • New York and Rome, Projected Cable to Joint Station, Probably the Azores, 125
  • Niagara Falls, More Electrical Power from, by Two Largest Generators yet Built, 13
  • Nickel--see Iron and Steel
  • Nigeria Lignite as Fuel, 615
  • Nitrogen Fixation and Electrical Supply, P. Bunet, 451
  • Nitrogen, Fixed Inorganic, Analysis of World's Production, 505
  • Nitro Starch in Manufacture of Safety Explosives, 41
  • Nuneaton Mining School Extensions, 253

O

  • OIL-BORING, Mozambique Company Formed for, 531
  • Oil Engine, Two Types in America and their Relative Popularity, 13
  • Oil Find, Largest in Australia, at Sassafras, Mersey Valley, 663
  • Oil Pipe Line in Columbia, Estimated Cost of Three Millions Sterling, 531
  • Oil Production Hazards and Benefit of Science, 175
  • Oil Production in Roumania, Statistics, 97
  • Oil Shale Deposits in Tasmania, 227
  • Oil Shale Samples, Result of Tests in Indiana, 175
  • Ontario and Federal Governments to Hand Over Peat Plant for Private Company Working, 693
  • Ontario, Gold and Silver Increased Output, 693
  • Ontario's Record Block of Silver Ore, 341
  • Ontario, Value of Metalliferous Ores in, 71
  • Orc-crushing Plant in South Africa, 13
  • Ore Sampling and Testing Laboratory at Cobalt, 13
  • Otophone, Marconi Instrument for the Deaf, 505
  • Overhead Line Work, Accident Prevention, 151
  • Oxygen, Electrolytic and Atmospheric, for Blow-pipe Use, 505
  • Oxygen, Liquid, Metal Vacuum Flask for Carriage of, 451
  • Oxygen Manufacture at Low Cost by New Method, 227
  • Ozone Formation in Flames, Professor Manchot, 643

P

  • PAINT, The Best, for Iron, 253
  • Painting of Iron and Steel, Old and New, Result of Elaborate Tests on, 559
  • Papermaking, Straw and Esparto Grass for, Trials, 120
  • Patentees' Institute, Additional Suggestions Presented, 253
  • Peking Institute of Industrial Research, 151
  • Petrol Generation of Static Electricity, 341
  • Petroleum Discovery on the Lake Albert Flats, 669
  • Pipe--see Iron
  • Platinum Discoveries in the Transvaal, 253
  • Platinum and Gold Production in the Ural Region, 423
  • Plumbago Exports from Ceylon, Satisfactory Increase in, 97
  • Pneumatic Drills for Blasting Holes in Granite, 693
  • Polishing by Metallic Chromium, New Process, 423
  • Port of London Docks, Inadequate Approaches, 423
  • Portland Cement Company's Big Plant at Vancouver, 531
  • Portland Cement in United States, Record Monthly Output, 693
  • Post Office Activities in the City as an Interruption to Traffic, 669
  • Post Office Pneumatic Tubes System, Development of, 311
  • Postal Traffic to China by Trans-Siberian Railway, 395
  • Power Demand in Canadian Eastern Townships, 41
  • Power Plant, St. Maurice, Quebec, Rapid Progress of Construction, 311
  • Power, Price of, in City of Fort William, End of Long Controversy, 253
  • Presentation to Mr. J. H. Narbeth, 538
  • Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Projected Communication with Alaska, 395
  • Public Works, Roads and Transport Congress, 86, 112--see also Exhibitions
  • Pulp Mill near Quebec, 505
  • Pulp and Paper Mills in Newfoundland, Concession to Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, Details, 71
  • Punching Machine to have Electric Light, 643

Q

  • QUEBEC Congress on Co-operation in Care of Roads, 505
  • Quebec, Mineral Production Statistics, 71
  • Quebec Power Schemes, Ten Dams for Water Storage, 62

R

  • RADIATION from Hot Surface Affected by Shape and Surroundings, 559
  • Radio-telegraphy and Telephony--see Wireless
  • Radio Waves Designation, New Method, 227
  • Radium Deposit, Large, in Turkestan, 403
  • Radium Production from Oelem, Campine, 669
  • Rail Saws, 25

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS:

  • Aberdeen and Penzance Service vid West Coast and Severn Tunnel in Addition to Existing East Coast Route, 13, 41
  • Accidents:
  • - Accidents to Railway Servants, Inquiries, 550
  • - Anniversaries of Serious Accidents, 97, 125, 201, 227, 311, 367, 423, 477, 559, 625, 669 ; (Correction), 253
  • - Blue-book on Railway Accidents, Fatalities Among Railway Servants, 693
  • - Bray Head Accident Report, 473
  • - Buffer-stop Collision at Euston, 395
  • - Buffer-stop Collision at Pollokshaws, Driver's Prompt Action, 70
  • - Christmas Railway Accidents, 692
  • - City and South London Railway, Subsidence, and Inquiry, 615
  • - Collision at Boston, London and North- Eastern Railway, 451
  • - Collision at West Hartlepool, Report, 531
  • - Death of Workman's Ticket Holder in a Collision, and Company's Liability, 559
  • - Derailment Caused by Distortion Due to Heat, 276
  • - Derailment at Walsall, Probable Cause of, 151
  • - Electric Explosion Due to Cracked Insulator, 615
  • - Fatal Collision on London, Midland Railway at Diggle, 13 ; Verdict, 97
  • - Fatal Derailment on Chichester and Selsey Light Railway, 253
  • - Goods Train Out of Control at Stubbins Junction, 208
  • - Great Western Passenger Train Divided, 227
  • - Leeds Tramway, Serious Accident, 451
  • - L. and N.-Eastern Locomotive Connecting- rod Failure, Men Scalded, 423
  • - New Zealand's Worst Railway Accident, 76
  • - Selby, Another Accident at, 587
  • - Serious Goods Train Collision on the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 395
  • - Three Minor Mishaps, 587
  • - Three Minor Railway Mishaps, 311
  • - Twentieth Century Express and its Adventurous Career, 643
  • - United States Accident Statistics, 367, 643
  • - United States Bridge Collapse and Terrible Train Disaster, 395
  • Amalgamation Tribunal:
  • - Absorption Schemes for Four Railways, 227
  • - Caledonian, also North Staffordshire, Cease as Separate Companies, 13
  • - Midland and South Junction Railway, Absorption Objections Over-ruled, 367
  • - Death of the Amalgamation Tribunal Chairman, 395
  • American Observer on Features of English Railways, 341
  • American Railroad Centennial, 253
  • Anatolia, New Railway to be Jointly Constructed, 227
  • Appointments and Staff Changes, 71, 125, 175, 197, 201, 281, 311, 349, 341, 477, 531
  • Argentine Railway, Proposed New,. 200
  • Arlberg Railway, First Electrified Portion Opened, 125
  • Austrian Railways' Finances, S. W. Acworth's Report, 227
  • Automatic Train Control, Tests on the Pennsylvania Railway, 207
  • Aviemore Line, Highland Railway, Breached by Floods, 41, 97
  • Belgian Congo, Railway Electrification Scheme, 643
  • Bills for Next Sessions, Proposals for Railway Police Force and Other Objects, 643
  • Birkenhead to London Traffic, Rivalry of Two Railways, 341
  • Birmingham, Proposed Road Over New- street Station, 559
  • "Bradshaw," Railway Map Anomalies, 125
  • Brent Station, 112
  • Brighton Railway, Presentation to Colonel Billington, 395
  • British Railway Passenger Journeys and Reduced Fares, Figures, 615
  • Burgess, Mr. H. G., 615
  • Canadian Firms to Construct Locomotives for Canada, 41
  • Canadian National Railways, Government Bill Rejected by the Senate, 97 ; Government Gives Notice of Bill, 125
  • Canadian Railways, Their Transference to the State, 651
  • Canal, Rochdale, and the Bridgewater Canal, 201
  • Ceylon Railway, Badulla Extension, 175
  • Cheshire Lines Committee Order for Coaches, 587
  • Chile, Project for New Railway Construction, 281
  • Chinese 1200-Mile Railroad Contracts for Winnipeg, 253 ï
  • City and South London Extensions, Total Cost, 505
  • City and South London Railway and Clapham Common Extension, Royal Assent to Bill, 201, 505
  • City and South London Tube, Compromise with the Southern Railway, 97
  • Coal Conveyance Charges, Longer Routes and Higher Rates, 226

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • Colliery Workman's Train Accident and Compensation Question, 587
  • Colours of Rolling Stock of Different Groups, 135
  • Concrete Manufacturing Depots for Railways, 311
  • Continental Mail Service to and from France, Probable Transference to Newhaven and Dieppe Route, 41
  • Continental Night Mails Route Change, 341
  • Cost of Living and Railwaymen's Pay, 341
  • Cross-country Train Service, London and Manchester vid Midland to Yarmouth, Lowestoft, andc., 13, 175
  • Death of Mr. W. G. Boonzaier, 451
  • Death of Mr. G. H. Burrows, 151
  • Death of Mr. H. Copperthwaite, 367
  • Death of Sir William Mackenzie, 651
  • Death of Mr. Waldo H. Marshall, 311
  • Death of Mr. Lionel R. Wood, 669
  • Ealing and Shepherds Bush Railway Opens Two New Stations, 531
  • Electric Locomotive for France, Trial of, 643
  • Electric Railway Network in Polish Coal Area, 531
  • Electrical Rolling Stock Repaired at Wolverton, 559
  • Fastest London to Paris Express Restored, 395
  • Federation of British Industries and Reduction of Rates, 367
  • Fifty Millions Loan, Second, Authorised in Great Britain for Indian Railways, 41
  • First-class Empty Compartments on an Excursion Train, 367
  • Forth Bridge, Grouping Anomaly, 109
  • Furness Railway Chief Engineer Retires from Railway to Private Engineering, 125
  • Gauge Changes on Indian Railways, Recommendations of the Railway Board Engineer-in-Chief, 151
  • Golders Green Extension, 253 ; Opening, 531
  • Great Central, 0.5 per cent. Dividend, 185
  • Great Western Railway:
  • - Additional Siding Accommodation and Other Improvements Authorised, 13
  • - Agricultural Areas to have New Lines if State Aid be Granted, 643
  • - Arm Rest, Improved Type, 367
  • - Bridge, Vehicular and Railway, Over the Severn at Beachley, Application to Ministry of Transport, 451
  • - Cambrian Section, Further Widening, 669
  • - Cambrian Section, Reported Extension, 587
  • - Colwall Tunnel, A Second, Projected, 591
  • - Cornish Riviera's Increased Non-stop Journey, 281
  • - Exeter Loses an Old Landmark, 395
  • - Fishguard and Rosslare Steamship Service Reopened, 311
  • - Fowey, Jetty, New, for China Clay Traffic, 395
  • - Interlinking of Signals on the Great Western, 693
  • - Llandrindod Wells and New Railway Connections, 341
  • - New Railway Schemes in Wales, 253
  • - Paddington to Chester and Aberystwyth, Quick Through Train, 125
  • - Plymouth to London Afternoon Train, 341
  • - Rail Motor Trains on Mid-Wales and Cambrian Coast Sections, 116
  • - Rhymney Railway at Cardiff and Station Changes, 693
  • - Road Motor Services, Growth of Twenty Years, 281
  • - "Safety" Campaign of the Great Western, New Appointment, 281
  • - Savings Bank Figures, 587
  • - Season Tickets on the Great Western, 367
  • - Severn Tunnel, Suggestion of Scrapping, 341
  • - Shunting by Gravitation, 669
  • - Signalling Arrangements Scheme, 587, 615
  • - South Wales Traders and Railway Agree Reductions of Charges, 13
  • - Swansea Harbour Trustees' Property Acquired by the Railway, 151
  • - Unemployment Relief by New Works, Government Commendation of Great Western's Example, 451
  • - Vale of Rheidol Railway, New Locomotives, 281
  • - Wagon Shortage and How to Meet it, 455
  • - West to North Express from Bristol, Changes of Timing, 341
  • - Yatton, Relief Lines to be Laid Near, 693
  • Grouping, Anomalies of, 109
  • Grouping Arrangements and Unfamiliar Rolling Stock, 151
  • Grouping, Benefit of, 175, 669
  • Grouping Involves Re-naming of Certain Stations, 253
  • Grouping, and New Official Railway Maps, 693
  • Grouping and Statistics' Delayed Publication, 281
  • Halifax Tramways, Loan for Bridge Reconstruction, 615
  • Hot Weather, Rail Distortion and Greasing, 276
  • Inchcape Reports Recommend Grouping for Indian Railways, 227
  • Indian Natives as Railway Servants, Difficulties and Training, 281
  • Indian Railways, Three Important New Lines, 669
  • Interlocking, J. S. Moore, 97
  • Irish Free State Railway Appointment, 473
  • Irish Railways, Amalgamation and the Free State Government, 175
  • Irish Railways, Systems Partly in Northern Ireland, Partly in Free State, 97
  • Ivatt, Mr. H. A., 505
  • King's Lynn Docks and Railway Company, Manager Wanted, 477
  • Landslip and Alternative Pvoutes, 175
  • Liverpool to Norfolk--see Cross-country Liverpool-street Station Entrance, 531
  • Liverpool Tramcars Improvement, 587
  • Lithuanian Railway Estimates, 531
  • Locomotive Crews in Long Tunnels, Plan of Relief from Asphyxiation, 158
  • Locomotives Shipped Almost Ready for Service, 423
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, Pamphlet History of the Line, 97

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • L.C.C. and Croydon Tramcars, Suggested Through Running, 615
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway:
  • - Absorption of--
  • -- North Staffordshire and Caledonian Railways, New Directors, 125
  • -- Wirral Railway, Details of Terms, 13 Cattle Wagon, New Type, 201
  • - Conversion of Line to Electric Traction Contemplated, 71
  • - Dining Car Seats, Free of Charge, 71
  • - Directors, Board of, Formal Reconstruction of, 125
  • - Euston-Scotland Train, New Timing, 22
  • - Loan to Employees to Build Houses, Proposed Scheme, 643, 693
  • - London, Midland and Scottish Bill Agreed, 13
  • - Tilbury Section, Four New Trains, 451
  • - Work of All Kinds in xAnticipation of Future Requirements, 505
  • London and North-Eastern Railway :
  • - Appointments, 559
  • - Coat-of-Arms Authorised, 669
  • - Great Eastern Section and Mineral Traffic, 693
  • - Hard-worked Trains, 643
  • - Locomotives, Largest and Most Powerful in the Country, 101
  • - New Coaling Staiths at Blyth, 281
  • - Possible Electrification of Certain Lines, 41
  • - Rolling Stock Under Construction, Depots Engaged, 669
  • - Traffic Returns, Comparative Figures Issued, 133
  • - Watson, Mr. H. A., Retirement of, 477
  • London Traffic and Government Bill, 151
  • London Tramway New Rolling Stock and the Unemployment Question, 559
  • Longridge-Hellifield Proposed Light Railway and West Riding County Council, 559
  • Lord Loreburn, The Late, and a Railway Inquiry, 615
  • Ludgate-hill Resumed Train Services, 201
  • Madeira, Electric Railway, also Port of Refuge at Funchal, 451
  • Melbourne's Projected Extension of Travelling Facilities, 559
  • Melbourne Tramways, Extended Facilities, 651
  • Metropolitan Company's New Station, Hillingdon, 650
  • Metropolitan District Railway, Fifty New Cars for, 367
  • Metropolitan-District Railway's 80 Trains per Hour, 531
  • Metropolitan Railway in Paris, Flooding from Canal, 253
  • Milk in Overheated Railway Vans and Railway Rates Question, 71
  • Ministry of Transport:
  • - Authorisation of Works Bill, Increase of Limit of Costs, 71 ; Royal Assent to Bill Received, 151
  • - Extension of Time for Submission of Proposed Charges to Railway Rates Tribunal, 41 ; Schedule of Charges Submitted, 151
  • - Inter-agreements Among Companies, Powers of the Ministry, 135
  • - Light Railways Authorised in Liverpool, 531
  • - Subsidence on the City and South London Railway, Inquiry by the Ministry, 615
  • - Tramway and Trackless Trolley Undertakings, Committee's Report, 253
  • - Unemployment Question, Ministry and the Railway Companies, 97
  • Moscow Projected Underground Railway, 477
  • Motor Cars at Level Crossings, Railwaymen's Additional Risks, 175
  • Names of Stations, Changes due to Amalgamation of Lines, 175
  • National Union of Railwaymen and Railway Shopmen's War Bonus, 41, 175, 201, 327, 477
  • New South Wales Government Seeks British Experts to Investigate Railways Administration, 531
  • New South Wales, New Railway to be Constructed, 55
  • New South Wales Railway Signalling Equipment Statistics, 531
  • New York Central Electric Lines, Running Stopped by Heat Wave, 13
  • New Zealand Calls for Tenders for New Line Construction, 125
  • New Zealand Government Railways and Automatic Signals, 505
  • Newfoundland Railways, Steamers, andc., Pass under Government Control, 253
  • Niagara River, Vehicular and Electric Railway Bridge Projected, 227
  • Northern of France, Change of Paddle for Turbine Steamers, 71
  • Passengers' Fares, Luggage Charges and Labour Employed, 71
  • Pennsylvania Railroad, Serious Fire, 13
  • Piccadilly, New Underground Station, Subways and Escalators, 175
  • Piecework System Restored on the New York Central for Shop Crafts Workers, 395
  • Polish Railways New Rolling Stock, Allotment of Contracts, 201
  • Protection of Coach Manufacture and Steel Industry in India, Manufacturer's Views, 311
  • Queensland Government Railways' Success and its Cause, 693
  • Railless Trolley Vehicle Systems in Great Britain, Statistics, 41
  • Railway Benevolent Institution, President, 477
  • Railway and Canal Commission, ex officio Members, 419
  • Railway Charges for Carriage of Fish, Vegetables, andc., Pronounced Very Fair, 13
  • Railway Companies, Men's Unions, and Wages Boards, 71, 253, 451, 669--see also Thomas, Mr. J. H.
  • Railway Fires zAct (1905) Amendment Bill Receives Royal Assent, 151
  • Railway Material Exports Statistics, 70, 151, 289, 395, 505, 643
  • Railway Men in Parliament, 669
  • Railwaymen and the Three Unions, 41, 477

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • Railwaymen's Pay, Comparison of Rates, andc., Return Issued, 477
  • Railway Rates and Cost of Living, Pamphlet, 41
  • Railway Rates Tribunal:
  • - Application from Labour Party for Enlargement of the Tribunal, 535
  • - Mansion House Association Form for Lodging of Objections with the Tribunal, 367
  • - Powers of Tribunal, 71
  • - Schedule of Standard Rates and Charges Submitted by the Four Railway Groups, 151
  • - Season Tickets and Allowances for Disuse, 71
  • - Season Ticket Controversy and the Tribunal, 281, 367
  • Railway Shopmen's War Bonus--see National Union
  • Railway Viaduct over the Blackwater at Mallow, Reconstruction and Opening, 477
  • Red Coaches in Scotland, 669
  • Reduction in Fares Followed by Reduction in Receipts, 367
  • Restaurant Car Staffs, Pay of, 477
  • Reval Railway Electrification, 175
  • Riviera, Shortened Railway Line Proposed to Nice, 615
  • Rumanian Extensive Railway Construction Schemes, 311, 367
  • Running Control, Locomotive and Traffic Departments' Question, H. A. Watson, 423
  • "Safety First" Essay Competition by London Council, 281
  • St. Gothard Railway Locomotive's Peculiar Accident, 531
  • St. Pancras and Glasgow Journey, Acceleration both Ways, 341
  • Savings Banks for Railway Servants, 587
  • Season Ticket Controversy, 281, 367
  • Sheffield Unemployment and Orders for Railway Material, 615
  • Shepherdís Bush Station, Central London Line, Improvements, 477
  • Siberian Express, Petrograd-Vladivostock, to bo Resumed, 97
  • Signalling, Block, Three-wire and One-wire Systems Compared, 97
  • Singapore Island, Connection by Johore Causeway, 367
  • Sleeping Cars. New, Milan to Rome, 395
  • South African Government and Railway Electrification, 423
  • South African Proposed New Railway, Different Routes Discussed, 423
  • South Australian Change of Gauge on the Western Railway, 423
  • South Australian Railway Reorganisation, 125
  • South Australian Railways' Need of New Locomotives, 559
  • South Australian State Line Earnings, 587
  • Southern Railway :
  • - Appointments, 281, 340, 423, 531
  • - Dover Improvements Discussion, 451
  • - Electrification Plans to be Proceeded with, 531
  • - Elephant and Castle Station Damaged by Fire, 505
  • - Freshwater, Yarmouth and Newport Railway, Impediment to Absorption by Southern Railway, 151
  • - "Go as You Please" Season Tickets in the Isle of Wight, 151
  • - Grouping, and Retirement of Officials, 340
  • - Isle of Sheppey and Swale Bridge Reconstruction, Communication Restored, 311, 367, 505
  • - Locomotive, Remembrance, Brighton Railway, 395
  • - Locomotive Running Department Changes, 423
  • - New Works, Extensive Programme Proposed, New Corridor Coaches, 531, 559
  • - Parliamentary Plans for New Work of the Railway, 693
  • - Ramsgate, New Station Accommodation Proposed, 281
  • - South-Western Lines to Guildford, Electrification not Begun, 48, 106
  • - Suburban Area Electrification to Precede that of Brighton Line, 643
  • - Waterloo Station Reconstruction, 349
  • South Yorkshire Joint Committee, Contract for Extension of Line, 477
  • Soviet and Resumption of Through Traffic to China, 227
  • Stabling Trains Required for Night and Morning Use Only, Cost of, 311
  • Stations Re-named in Consequence of Grouping, 253
  • Statistics--see Traffic
  • Stockholm and Gothenburg Electrification, Material Contracts, 227
  • Stranraer and Larne Irish Service Resumed, 13
  • "Sunny South Special," Rival Starting, 367
  • Swedish Locomotives, Fifty Electric, Tenders Called for, 227, 253
  • Swedish Projected New Railway, 201
  • Thomas, Mr. J. H., and Railwaymen's Pay, 505
  • Timber Unloading from Railway Trucks, Swedish Time-saving Contrivance, 167
  • Tokyo Tramways Quick Restoration after Earthquake, 583
  • "Traders' Guide to Revision of Railway Rates," 227

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • Traffic, Passenger and Freight, Statistics :
  • - For January, 125 : March, 253 ; April, 395 ; May, 423, 477 : June, 446 ; July, 587
  • - Freight Tonnage for August, 613
  • - General Statistics for Half-year, 446
  • Tramways Safety First Device, 615
  • Transport--see also Associations, Institute of Transport
  • Trans-Sahara Railway Bill to be Introduced in French Chamber, 531
  • Turbo-condensing Locomotive, Ljungstrom, 643
  • Uganda and Kenya Projected Loan for Railway Extension, 559
  • Underground Lifts, Audible Interval Indicator, 555
  • Unemployment and Suggestions for Utilising Railway Reserves, 151
  • United States Jointly Owned Railway Stations, 236
  • United States Railway Amalgamation not Compulsory, 693
  • United States Railways, Increased Pay for Men, 347
  • Victoria, Australia, Automatic Couplings Decided on, 175
  • Victoria and Ludgate Hill Service, Restoration Called for, 587
  • Vosges Tunnelling, Tenders to be Invited, 335
  • Wagons, Privately Owned, Mr. Holden's and Mr. Hill's Construction Specifications, 13
  • Wagons, Standard 12-Ton, Drawing, andc., British Wagon Company, 407
  • Westminster District Railway Station, Reconstruction, 201
  • West Somerset Mineral Railway, Legal Abandonment of, 201
  • White Pass and Yukon Railway Company's Proposed Dam on the Upper Yukon River, 40
  • Willesden Electric Train Service to Addison- road, Improvement at Willesden, 451
  • Zeebrugge, Facilities for Groat Eastern Train Ferry Boats, 205
  • RATING Machinery and Plant, Government Inquiry, 643
  • Reclamation of Estuary, near Barrow, Proposed, 643

"Refractories, The Commoner," E. E. Moore, 615

  • Refrigeration Research, Suggested Institute for, 311
  • Reinforced Concrete Girders, Record Length, 97
  • Research--see Department
  • Resting Pauses and Efficiency of Manual Workers, G. H. Miles, 151
  • Rhodesian Congo Border Concession, Important Discoveries of Ore, 669
  • Rivets, Comparative Test of Copper and Monel. 253
  • Road Railways in Gwalior, 71
  • Rotating Magnetic Field and Living Organisms, Experiments, 587
  • Royal Agricultural Show for 1924, 227
  • Rubber Compared with Iron as Lining for Tube Mills, 559
  • Rubber Road Surface from Old Tires, for Bradford, 451
  • Russia's Water Power Resources, 97

S

  • SAFETY First, Pamphlet No. 8, 668
  • Saigon (Cochin, China), Arsenal for Sale, 341
  • Salt Alines in Nova Scotia, Quality and Output, 227
  • San Francisco, Projected Bridge across the Golden Gate, Various Schemes, 125, 145
  • Saw--see also Trepanning
  • Saws, Rail, 25
  • Scholarship Award to Ealing County Scholar, 367
  • Scholarship Research, in Naval Architecture (1923), 58
  • Scientific Research--see Department
  • Sea Water Deterioration of Structures of Timber, Metal and Concrete, 367
  • Sewerage Scheme for North Toronto, 175
  • Shafts for Marine Steam Engines, Board of Trade Rules, 341
  • Sheffield Traffic Census, 395
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :
  • - Barge, Electrically Propelled, Further and Satisfactory Trial, 394--see also Gill Propeller, Illustrated Index
  • - Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company Steamers Launched, 531
  • - Discharge of Cargo, Exceptionally Rapid, 143
  • - Empress of Scotland, Canadian Liner, Collision with Wreckage, 201
  • - French Destroyer Enseigne Gabolde, 367
  • - Hong Kong, Motor Boats for, 705
  • - Minnewaska's Gross Tonnage, 477
  • - Motor Vessels, Tonnage, Immense Increase Since 1914, 125
  • - R.M.S. Empress of Canada, Record Cruise, 253
  • - Royal Naval Reserve Decoration Award, 477
  • - Ship Repairing at Southampton, J. S. White and Co.'s, New Shops, 679
  • SHOWS--see Exhibitions
  • Silver, Rich Ore Discovery at Cloncurry, Australia, 367
  • Silver, Rich Ore Discovery in Queensland, 281
  • Soda Company's Purchase of Land, 151
  • South African Cultivation of Fibre from Previously Condemned Weed, 559
  • South African Government Share of Gold Mining Profits, 451
  • South African Grain Handling, Help from Canadians, 505
  • South African Woollen Factory Machinery Entirely Supplied by Germany, 97
  • South-east Borneo, Ironworks to be Established in, 559
  • South Russian Mining Trust Output, 559
  • Soviet Government and the Metric System, 643
  • Speed for Winding Men in Mine Shafts, 125
  • Spitzbergen, Mineral Wealth of, Discovery of Nickel, 311
  • Spitzbergen Alining Conditions Pronounced Ideal in Every Way, 395
  • Staff Outing, D.P. Battery Company, 55
  • Standardisation of Fans, 140
  • Standpipe Failure and Rare Type of Corrosion, 41
  • Steam Ferry, Powerful, for Vehicular Traffic at Sydney, Australia, 451
  • Steel--see Iron and Steel
  • Sugar Beet Factory at Southwold, 669
  • Sukkur Irrigation Scheme Begun, 451
  • Sullivan Machinery Company's Plant, 367
  • Sweden, Damming Works in, 311
  • Swedish Agricultural Area, 40 per cent. Supplied with Electric Light and Power, 13
  • Swedish Scheme for Channel Deepening to Connect the Baltic with the North Sea, 423, 451
  • Swiss Trade and Industries in 1922, 404
  • Sydney City Council and Empire Preference, 13
  • Sydney, Royal Mint to be Closed, 97
  • Synthetic Precious Stones, Swiss Manufacture, 253

T

  • TANK Lowered into Deep Pit, without Tackle, 41
  • Tanks, Comparison Between Variously Welded Riveted and Electric Welded, 477
  • Tasmanian Huge Reservoir at the Great Lake, 559
  • Telephone Company, London, Secures Contract from Prague, 669
  • Telephone District of Exeter, Extensive Range, 587
  • Telephone Exchanges, Automatic, for the London Area, 97
  • Temperatures in Shallow Mines, Surface Air Effect on Underground Air, Investigations, 97
  • Test Codes, American, 517
  • Testing Blow-out Taps of Gauge Glasses, 49
  • Tests on Beams of Limestone, 227
  • Textile Machinery for China, Respective Imports of Great Britain, America and Japan, 97
  • Thermometers, 55
  • Thompson, John, Limited, Boilermakers, Offer of Technical Appointments and Scholarship to their Employees, 395
  • Tientsin Motor Car Imports, 423
  • Timber in India, Method of Identification, 367
  • Tin Stocks Disposal in the Federated Malay States, 341
  • Tokyo Company Reports Safety of Hydraulic Power Stations and Transmission Lines, 477
  • Tool and Cutter Grinding, 190
  • Tractors for Russia Duty-free, 341
  • Trepanning Tool, Fry's (London), Limited, 407
  • Tungsten Lamps, Greatly Increased Use of, 311
  • Turin Engine Works, Change of Ownership, 125

U

  • "UNDERGROUND London," Lantern Lecture at Cannon-street Hotel, W. J. Liberty, 451
  • Underground London, Illustrated Lecture on, at Southend-on-Sea, W. J. Liberty, 669
  • United States' Metal Alining Industry, General Statistics of, 367
  • University College, London :
  • - University College Awards, 86
  • - Lectures on Ionic and Thermionic Valves, Professor J. A. Fleming, 375
  • - Engineering Society :
  • -- Annual Dinner and Conversazione, 705
  • - University of Sheffield, Recognition of Dr. Ripper, 71
  • - Uruguay, Port of Paysandu, Enlargement Progress, 341

V

  • VAAL River Barrage Opening, 71
  • Vancouver Grain Storage Capacity Greatly Increased, 559
  • Vancouver Harbour, Dredging and other Improvements, 693
  • Vancouver Island, Largest Saw Mill About to be Constructed, 151
  • Victoria, State of, and "Safety First" Bulletins, 71

W

  • WAGONS, Railway--see Railways
  • Warrington Guardian's Seventieth Anniversary, 395
  • Water Boring in South-West Africa Results in Coal and Oil Discoveries, 505
  • Water Leakage, Extension, Discovered by Pitometer Survey, 367
  • Water-gas Tar Emulsion, 341
  • WATER SUPPLY :
  • - Bethlehem, South Africa, New Water Supply Scheme, 693
  • - Cape Town Water Storage Increase, 227
  • - Capetown Waterworks Scheme, Projected Extensive Outlay, 253
  • - Waterworks Plant, Records of Operation Highly Necessary, Professor Earle Waterman, 615
  • WATER Turbines for Power Plant at Winnipeg, 451
  • Water Users, National Association of, Formed, 669
  • Waterway, Deep, from Great Lakes to the Atlantic vid the St. Lawrence River, American Suggestion to Canada, 693
  • Weights and Measures, Suggested Change, 151
  • Welland Canal Cost, 41
  • Wheel, Road, Aluminium Alloy, Satisfactory Tests for Omnibus Use, 587
  • Whitworth Society, 268
  • Whitworth Society, First Commemoration Dinner, 602
  • Winding Ropes, Testing by Magnetic Exploration, R. L. Sandford, 281
  • Winnipeg Company Receives Large Railway Contracts for China, 253
  • Winnipeg Large AVood Pulp and Paper Mill, 175
  • Wire Rope and Grooved Drums, Correct Pitch of-Grooves, 423
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY & TELEPHONY :
  • - Australian High-power Station Projected for Direct Communication with Great Britain and America, 531
  • - Austrian Government Retains Monopolies of Radio Telephony and Telegraphy, 321
  • - Belfast and French Government Correspondence as to Ships' Wireless Equipment, 531
  • - British Broadcasting Experiments with the United States, 531
  • - "Broadcast Central" Station in Now York, 281
  • - Broadcasting Weather Information for Use of Ships, 615
  • - Canadian Wireless Telephonic Long-distance Communication, 693
  • - Capital Expenditure on Wireless Stations, 71
  • - Chilean, French and American Combination for Installation of Wireless Station, 477
  • - Danish Government to Install Wireless Stations in Greenland, 615
  • - Fog Signal, Wireless, for Another Lightship Station, 643
  • - Hafnium in Audion Lamps, 227
  • - High-power Wireless Station in India, 451
  • - High-speed Wireless Installation between Rangoon and Madras, 505
  • - Kashgar Marconi Station Completed, 151
  • - Leeds Corporation and Control of Aerials, 67
  • - Mexican Stations, Change of Apparatus, 175
  • - Military Wireless Sets Tested in Manoeuvres, 253
  • - New Direct Services Established, Favourable Situation of the United States, 311
  • - Norwegian New Wireless Station at Vardoe, 227, 281
  • - Postmaster-General on Wireless Development, Broadcast Advisory Committee, 587
  • - Radio Apparatus and Elementary Schools, 615
  • - Radio-apparatus Installation on the Paris- Bordeaux Express, 41
  • - Radio Broadcasting and Accurate Working, 201
  • - Radio Telephonic Set for Express Trains, 253
  • - "Reducing the Guesswork to Tuning," 201
  • - West Flanders Inter-continental Wireless Transmitting Station, 669
  • - Wireless Direction-finding Station on West Coast of Vancouver Island, 13
  • - Wireless Telephone Equipment for Fishing Boats from Nagasaki, Investigation of Possibilities, 175
  • WOODEN Bridge, Temporary, Across Middle Harbour, Sydney, Australia, 674
  • Woodworking Factories, Mechanical Engineers for, W. L. Churchill, 669
  • World Power Conference in London, 1924, United States Participation, 311, 622

X

  • X-RAY Equipment for Army Veterinary School at Woolwich, 171
  • X-ray Interference Examination of Strained Metals, Akimasa Ono, 281
  • X-ray Invention Removes Danger to Operator, 693

Y

  • YOKOHAMA Reconstruction as a Port, 395
  • Yokohama Harbour Repair, Estimate of Cost 341
  • Yugoslavia's Output of Coal and Copper, 559

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