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The Engineer 1924 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1924 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1924 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.

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A

  • ABERDEEN, Robert Gordon's Colleges, Proposed Courses of Instruction, 555
  • Acoustic Design of Musical Practice Rooms, Changes Needed to Benefit by Sound-proof Walls, 185
  • Aerial Ropeway in Colombia, Preliminary Survey for, and Details of Scheme, 45
  • AERONAUTICS :
  • - Air Defence of Great Britain, 525
  • - Aircraft Apprentices, Vacancies for, 223
  • - Airship, Five Million Cubic Feet, for Egypt and India Service, 75
  • - Belfast to Gretna or Carlisle, Daily Aeroplane Service Projected, 265
  • - Busk Studentship in Aeronautics, 200
  • - Circumnavigation of the World by Air, Conclusions to Reckon With, 351
  • - Hangar, Aeroplane at Mukden, Largest in Asia, 555
  • - Helicopter Inventor's New Record and Prize, 351
  • - Imperial Airways Monthly Traffic Returns, June and July, 274
  • - Light Aeroplane Competitions, Lecture by Major J. S. Buchanan, 555
  • - Napier-Blackburn Torpedo-carrying Aeroplanes, 1000 Horse-power, Launch of the First, 211
  • - R 38 Memorial Prize, Award for 1924, 628
  • - Seaplane for Transport of Fever Patients in British Guiana, 465
  • - World's Gliding Record Broken by Lieutenant Thoret, St. Remy, 265
  • - World's Largest Passenger Flying Boat, 585
  • AGRICULTURAL Fortnightly Bulletin to be Broadcasted from London, 185
  • Alien-Liversedge, Limited, Staff Dinner, 512
  • Alloys Aging Effect and Increased Room Temperature, 525
  • Aluminium Alloy Road Wheel, Satisfactory Results of Experiments, 159
  • American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, 130th Meeting, 252
  • American Stone Quarries Workers, Shifts and Accident Statistics, 613
  • Anodes for Brine Electrolysis, 437
  • Apprentice Scholarships, "D. B. Morison," Engineering, 449
  • Asbestos Exports from Canada, 13, 237
  • Asbestos Mills, Montreal, Two New, 295
  • Asbestos Mine near Barberton, Formation of Minerals, 613
  • Asphalt, Liquid and Solid, Throughout the whole of Cuba, 105

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • - ASSOCIATION, DIESEL ENGINE USERSí :
  • -- Significance of Exhaust .Temperature, P. H. Smith, 408
  • - INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • -- Gold Medal Awards for Railwaymen's Papers, 381
  • - INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • -- Annual Dinner, 593
  • -- Medal Awards for Papers and Service, 584
  • -- Pneumatic Tires, A. Healey, 669
  • - INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Self-balancing Centrifugals, Eustace A. Alliott, 133
  • - INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Awards for Papers, 396
  • -- Joint Meeting with other Associations : Results of Heat Engine and Boiler Trials, 625
  • - INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • -- A.M.I.E.E. Examination, 145
  • -- Annual Conversazione, 27
  • -- Award of Premiums to Students, 62
  • -- New Wiring Regulations, F. C. Raphael, 725
  • -- Sir Oliver Lodge, Honorary Member, 555

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • - NORTH WALES (LIVERPOOL) CENTRE :
  • -- Art of Communication Engineering, Address by H. H. Harrison, 525
  • - INFORMAL SECTION :
  • -- "Walk Round Pretoria Power Station," Lecture, G. M. Clark, 697
  • - INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS IN SCOTLAND :
  • -- James Watt Annual Dinner, 625
  • - INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS :
  • -- Annual Meeting in 1925, 507
  • -- Presidential Election, 185
  • -- Storage of Silica Refractories, Lecture, W. J, Rees, 13
  • - INSTITUTION OF HEATING AND VENTILATING ENGINEERS :
  • -- Awards for Competition to Encourage Education in the Industry, 335
  • -- Prizes Offered for Papers, 696
  • - INSTITUTION, JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERS :
  • -- Exhibition of Scientific Instruments and Apparatus, 640
  • - INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • -- H.R.H. Prince of Wales to Attend Annual Dinner, 555
  • - INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • -- Scholarships Offered for 1925, 612
  • -- Scholarships and Prize Awards, 304, 479
  • - INSTITUTION, NORTH-EAST COAST, OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS :
  • -- Girders in Ships, J. Foster King, 585
  • - INSTITUTION OF PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGISTS :
  • -- Award of Institution Scholarship, 605
  • -- Awards of Medals and Scholarships, 479
  • - INSTITUTION OF PRODUCTION ENGINEERS :
  • -- Annual Dinner, 322

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS :
  • - "Proceedings"; Survey of Indian Signalling," A. C. Rose, 437
  • - Signalling on the London Underground Railways, W. S. Every, 613
  • - Three-position Signalling, 724
  • - INSTITUTION, ROYAL :
  • -- Before-Easter Lecture Arrangements, 640, 696
  • -- General Meeting ; Christmas Lectures, andc., 539
  • - INSTITUTION OF WATER ENGINEERS :
  • -- Annual Meeting and List of Papers, 609
  • - SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :
  • -- Awards for Papers, 712
  • -- Plumbago, Average Annual Export of, from Ceylon, T. G. Hunter, 351
  • - SOCIETY, FARADAY :
  • -- Annual General Meeting, 117
  • -- Report, 117
  • - SOCIETY, ILLUMINATING ENGINEERING :
  • -- Paper by Mr. G. L. Jennings, 185
  • - SOCIETY, OPTICAL :
  • -- Extraordinary General Meeting ; Student Members, Rules, 649
  • -- Film Picture Production, Optical and Mechanical Problems of, H. Dennis Taylor, 436
  • - SOCIETY, ROYAL, OF ARTS :
  • -- Award of Medals for Papers, 62
  • ASTURIAS Mines and Factories to be Controlled by Krupps, 641
  • Atlas Works, Sheffield, 129
  • Atomic Energy, Freeing, At Present an Elusive Secret, Dr. Wall's Quest, 525
  • Auckland (New Zealand), New Works and Improvements by Harbour Board, 725
  • Australia, Proposed Enlargement of Hume Reservoir on the Murray River, 351
  • Australian Engineers in Government Service, Question of Increase of Pay, 45
  • Australian Imports, Quarter's Analysis, 105
  • Australian Sea Carriage of Goods Act, 725
  • Australia's Rich Radium Deposits, 697
  • Avery, W. and T., Limited, Recognition of Long Service, 27
  • Avonmouth Spelter Works, Feared Closing after Heavy Expenditure, 185
  • Avonmouth Spelter Works, Postponement of Closing Down, 323

B

  • BALL Bearings Made of Stainless Steel, Carrying Capacity of, Axel Hultgren, 351
  • Barranquilla, Colombia, Contract by London Syndicate for Construction of Streets, Tramways and Waterworks, 669
  • Bath, Rapid Steam Plant Erection at, 678
  • Beet Sugar Factory in Alberta, Proposed, 669
  • Beet Sugar Factory on the Wissey River, Another Projected, 351
  • Belgian Congo, Cobalt Ore in Various Places with Manganese, 265
  • - Valuable Recent Discovery, 409
  • Belgian Congo, List of Recently Discovered Minerals, 211
  • Birmingham Post Office, Alterations for Accommodation of Automatic Telephone, 725
  • Blast-furnaces--see Iron and Steel
  • Blue Finish to Handles of Pliers, andc., New Method for Applying, 323
  • Boiler Explosion in Small Steamer, Some Peculiar Features, 641
  • Boiler Explosions, Report for 1923, 525
  • Bombay, Back Bay Reclamation Progress, 437
  • Bradford Engineering Society, Programme of Lectures, 365
  • Bradshaw, Eighty-fifth Anniversary of, 469
  • Brazilian Government Outlay on Port Improvements, 351
  • Bridge Across the Tees at Newport, Scheme Opposed, 323
  • Bridge, Hooghly, Proposed New, at Howrah, Committee Suggestions, 697
  • Bridge, Newcastle and Gateshead, Tender Accepted, 725
  • Bridge Over the Ouse at Boothferry, 75
  • Bridge Over Richmond River, New South Wales, 697
  • Bridge Span Too Much Expanded by Sun to be Reclosed, 409
  • British and American Mining Departments, Exchange of Information, Tests of British Explosives, 555
  • British Columbia, The Third Industrial Province in Canada, 237
  • BRITISH ENGINEERING STANDARDS ASSOCIATION :
  • - Acceptance of Invitation from German Standards Committee, 641
  • - Automobile Steels, Publications on, 99
  • - Coal Mining and Industrial Standardisation, Address to be Given in Four Centres by Secretary of the Association, 418
  • - Glossary of Electrical Engineering Terms, 117
  • - Standard Keys, Keyways and Keybars, Publication Regarding, 709
  • - Standard Specifications :
  • -- Cast Iron Piston Rings, 479
  • -- Conductors for Overhead Power Transmission, 609
  • -- Copper, Raw, Five Specifications Issued, 310
  • -- Fuel Oils, Four Grades, 572
  • -- Magnetos for Internal Combustion Engines, 105
  • -- Metallic Resistance Materials, 507
  • -- Metallic Resistance Materials Specification Revision, 613
  • -- Solders, Silver, Tin-lead and Brazing; Brasses, Special, for Ingots for Castings, for Actual Castings, 89
  • -- Spanners, Dimensions of, 593
  • BRITISH FOUNDRYMEN, INSTITUTION OF :
  • - Birmingham Branch :
  • -- Lecture on "The Iron Age," Presidential, 555
  • -- Pure Aluminium Unsuitable for Castings, C. Dickens' Lecture, 641
  • - Scottish Branch :
  • -- Bulk Electricity Supply, Schemes in connection with Foundry Operations, James Affleck, 461

C

  • CADMIUM, Inhalation of Fumes and Resulting Accident, 45
  • Canada, Crude Petroleum Production Statistics, 465
  • Canada, Reclamation of Waterless and Waterlogged Areas in, 494
  • Canada's Sulphide Ores Abundance and Variety, 437
  • Canada and the United States, New Railway Bridge at Niagara Falls, 555
  • Canadian Copper Output for 1922 and 1923, 323
  • Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto, World's Record Building for Cost and Size, 409
  • Canadian Natural Gas Light, Heat and Power Company, Big Well's Output, 211
  • Canadian Patent Law, New, 533
  • Canadian Trent Canal, Completion Urged on the Government, 105
  • Capo Copper Smelting Works in. South Wales Bought, 381
  • Carbon Black, Its Manifold Uses, 211
  • Carbon Dioxide as Remedy for Carbon Monoxide Gas Poisoning, 725
  • Carmichael, The House of, 132
  • Casablanca Port, Morocco, Approaching Completion, 323
  • Caustic Soda and Chlorine, Production by Electrolysis, 641
  • Cement Gun for Stone Dusting, Experiments in a Colliery, 295
  • Cements Manufactured from Sea Mud Lime, French Experiments, 75
  • Chapeltown, Sheffield, Gas Lighting Scheme, 237
  • Chemical Industries, Tenth Exposition of, 249
  • Chilean Improvements at Port of Lebu, 211
  • China, Thirty Mining Areas Staked Out, 75
  • China, Two of Four Projected Trunk Highways Now Completed, 351
  • Chinese Registration of Trade Marks Bureau, 13.
  • Chlorine Gas, Correct Method of Detection of Leakage, 381
  • Civic Steam-heating Plant at Winnipeg Opened,
  • Clyde Dredging to be Started, 323
  • Clyde Tunnel or Bridge, Question for Glasgow, 323
  • COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :
  • - Argentina, Coal Importations from Great Britain and Elsewhere, 723
  • - Australian Brown Coal from Morwell, Analysis of Grading, 381
  • - Barnsley Seam at Thorne Colliery, Progress, 71
  • - Barnsley Bed of Coal Reached by Shaft Started in 1909, 211
  • - Binder from Seaweed for Coal Briquettes, New Industry in Orkney, 211
  • - Brown Coal Briquetting Plant Capacity, Victorian Electricity Commission, 45
  • - Coal Discovery Reported Under a Staffordshire Farm, 409
  • - Coalfield, Rich, Discovered near Madrid, 525
  • - Coal Treated by Modern Scientific Methods, Immense Possibilities Suggested by Mr. F. Hodges, 437
  • - Coal Working Under Sheffield, Application, 13
  • - Colliery Shafts to be Sunk by Freezing Process, 697
  • - Consett Iron Company's Estate Development, Coal Discoveries, 75
  • - Decontrolling the Coal Trade in Czechoslovakia, Possibility under Consideration, 105
  • - Franco-Belgian Frontier, Coal Discovery, 105
  • - French Undertaking for Economic Utilisation and Conservation of Coal, 495
  • - Great Britain's Coal Output, Comparative Statistics, 295, 613, 725
  • - Hatfield Moor, Doncaster, Coal Discovery, New Pit to be Sunk, 475
  • - Increased Use of Coal-cutting Machines, 465
  • - Interesting Week-end Work at Marehay Colliery, 323
  • - Manchuria Coal Mines Financed by Russia, 437
  • - Natal Coal Mines, July Output, 437
  • - Northern Ireland, 200,000,000 Tons Coalfield near Coalisland, 211
  • - Nova Scotia's New and Excellent Coal Seam at Maccan, 75
  • - Nova Scotia's Undersea Colliery, 75
  • - Pulverised Coal for Birmingham Electric Supply Boilers, 105
  • - Pulverised Coal in Industrial Plants, Effect Similar to Coal Dust in Mines, 185
  • - South Australian Brown Coal for Producer Gas Plant, Experiments, 641
  • - Spanish Coal Problem, Proposed Grouping of Mines, 585
  • - Transvaal Coal and Oil Company's Valuable Coal, 585
  • - Ulster Collieries, New, at Coalisland, Co. Tyrone, 105
  • - United States, Production of Bituminous Coal and Anthracite, 620
  • - Unwatering Coal Mines, Investigation of Explosion Hazards, 585
  • - Wellington, New Zealand, Important Coal Discovery, 237
  • COAST Erosion, Question in the House of Commons, 45
  • Cobalt in Belgian Congo, 265 ; Valuable Recent Discovery, 409
  • Cobalt, Canadian Smelter Output of, Statistics, 465
  • Cobalt Silver Mines Twenty Years' Record, 691
  • Colombia, Projected Expenditure on Public Works, 211
  • Colombo Harbour Berths, Four, Sufficient for Present Use, 613
  • Complimentary Dinner, Yorkshire Electric Power Company, 734
  • Concrete Bridge Span Bodily Lifted and Replaced, 133
  • Concrete Impregnated with Molten Sulphur, Great Increase in Strength Thereby, 409
  • Concrete, Liability to Heat and Advisable Precautionary Measures, 211
  • Concrete Mixing with Impure Water, 237
  • Concrete Work, Material for Filling Expansion Joints, 381
  • Copper Coins in China, Depreciation of, 137
  • Copper Company, Leading Producer in the World, 555
  • Copper Cost in Germany, Search for Alloys, 323
  • Copper Ore Treatment Financed by Western Australian Government, 265
  • Copper, Pure, Effect of Gradual Heating and Cooling in an Electric Furnace, 525
  • Cottages, Steel, Lord Weir's Type, 421
  • Crude Oil from Shale, Extracted by Retort at Burma Pavilion, British Empire Exhibition, 265
  • Crystal Palaeo School of Engineering, Distribution of Certificates, 709
  • Cutler, New Master and Mistress, 409

D

  • DAIREN'S Chinese-owned Engineering Works, 495
  • Dam Across the St. Lawrence Adovcated, 45
  • Dam Construction in Orange Free State, 437
  • Dams, Two Gigantic, in Province of Quebec, Progress, 437
  • De-aoration of Boiler Feed Water in Special Circumstances, Remarkable Process, 237
  • Death of Herr Carl Fridolf Carlson, 495
  • Delaware River Bridge, Suspension Cables for, 381
  • DEPARTMENT OF SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH :
  • - First Report on Heat Insulators, 555
  • - Offers to Undertake Tests on Plant of Low Temperature Carbonisation, 265
  • Diesel Engine, Double-acting, Now Type, Completed in New York, 351
  • Diesel Engine, 15,000 B.H.P. Stationary, Ordered by Hamburg Electric Light Company, 265
  • Dock, Appleton, at Melbourne, Details of Projected Construction, 351
  • Docks Delays Investigation Result, Responsibility Divided, 237
  • Drought and Salt Water Influx Resulting in Teredo Destruction on Pacific Coast of America, 613
  • Dry Dock being Constructed in Calcutta, Will be Largest of its Kind in the World, 585
  • Dublin Dockyard Opened by Vickers (Ireland), Limited, 409
  • Dudley Erecting Steel Houses, 613
  • Dunston and Teams Bridge, Cost of Reconstruction, 105
  • Durban Large Graving Dock Opening, 669
  • Durban's Projected Costly Public Works Programme, 295

E

  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS :
  • - Air Behaviour in High Voltage Transmission, 585
  • - All-electric New Colliery, 495
  • - Australia, Revised Electrical Wiring Rules. 133
  • - Belgium, New Coal Pits Being Electrically Equipped, 525
  • - Birmingham Schools Electric Lighting and the Unemployed, 525
  • - Brundall and District Electricity Supply, Negotiations for, 211
  • - Bursting of New Pipe Line Under Test for Welsh Power Station, 669
  • - Canada's Export of Electric Power to the United States, 54
  • - Cape Province, Tenders Called for for Power Station Plant, 335
  • - Cape Town Projected Power Station for Suburban Railways, Details of, 697
  • - Cardiff, All-electric Exhibition at, 465
  • - Chicago, Oldest Electric Truck in Active Service, 525
  • - Chili Climate and Problems for Transmission Line Engineers, 13
  • - Chinese Power Station Equipment with British Engines, 381
  • - Conference Internationale des Grands Re- seaux Electriques, andc., Third Session, 185
  • - Current and Voltage, Determination of Characteristic Curves for Loosely-touching Steel Spheres, Fraulein Szekelyís Experiments, 159
  • - Direction Finder in Foggy Weather, Great Value of, 525
  • - Distributing System for Current Supply in Italy, 641
  • - Dominion Electric Installation Equipment in Canada, Code of Standardised Rules, to be Prepared and Adopted, 44
  • - Electric Boilers as Load Equalisers, Poplar's Record for Low-priced Electric Power in London, 363
  • - Electrical Transmission in Australia, Need of Research, 525
  • - Electricity at Mines, Regulations as to Installation and Use of, New Edition, 409
  • - Electrolytic Corrosion Test, Accelerated, Results, 380
  • - Greenock Corporation's Proposed Application to Electricity Commissioners for Extension of Supply Area, 133
  • - Hackney Borough Council and Orders for Electric Vehicles, 525
  • - Haulage, Electric, on French Canals, 465
  • - High-tension Switchgear and Transformers, 250 Million Pounds' Order, 697
  • - High-voltage Corona and Protection Against Lightning, J. B. Whitehead's Views, 495
  • - Imports and Exports of Electrical Apparatus, The Hague Report, 74
  • - Inductor Cylinder Dynamo, Development of, W. Brooks Sayers, 159
  • - Industrial Use of Electric Power Extended in Auckland, 525
  • - Instrument Current Transformer with Automatic Compensation Device, 613
  • - Insulator, New Type, for High-pressure Systems, Professor H. B. Smith, 211
  • - Johannesburg's Future Supply of Electricity, Commissioners' Second Report, 409
  • - Johannesburg Power Station Installation, 45
  • - Johannesburg Projected High-tension Underground Cable to Supply Light to Oaklands District, 437
  • - King William's Town, South Africa, New Up-to-date Power Station for, 437
  • - Knaresborough Electricity Undertaking, 613
  • - Leek Electricity Works, Prosperous Growth of Trade, 465
  • - Margahao Electric Power Plant, Largest Generating Station in New Zealand, 525
  • - Mines Using Electricity, Loss of Life Due to, 555, 641
  • - Motor-driven Air Compressor and Variation of Torque, 133
  • - New York Edison Company, New Power Station, 185
  • - Newton Abbott Electric Output, Application for Extension of Station, 725
  • - Oil Circuit Breakers and Explosion Pots, Dr. Garrard, 13
  • - Omnibuses, Electric, Question of Use in Sweden, 725
  • - Ottawa River Power Company Progress, 613
  • - Perfect Lighting near Chicago, 465
  • - Plant Propagation, Forced Growth, by Use of Electric Lamps, 725
  • - Portable Electric Plant for Use in Gaseous Mines, 159
  • - Power-house Chimneys, Necholls, Gritcatching Apparatus for, 725
  • - "Power Factor" Booklet, Electrical Apparatus, Limited, 569
  • - Power Station Worked by Steam Projected in Ohio, 697
  • - Queenston-Chippewa Power Plant at Niagara Falls, Progress, 323
  • - Quinze River Power Plant, Growth of, 613
  • - Relay Development in America, Special Features of, 133
  • - Rural Electrification in France, Congress at Lyons, 265
  • - Russian Electric Undertakings, Financing of, 381
  • - Safeguarding Linesmen on Transmission Circuit Work, 495
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):
  • - St. Maurice Power Company's Hydro-electric Development, 555
  • - Salt River, near Cape Town, Large Electric Power Station Projected, 13, 45
  • - Sheffield Electricity Works Statistics, 211
  • - Shock, Electric, Necessary Precautions after Apparent Resuscitation, 725
  • - South Africa, Union of, Great Growth of Electrical Power in, 613
  • - Spalding Rural Council and Electricity Supply, 697
  • - Spanish Electrical System Unification Question, 641
  • - Static Condenser, Details of New Typo Developed by American General Electric Company, 74
  • - Storage Batteries, Large, New System of Supporting Cells, 465
  • - Storage Battery Locomotive, Largest Yet Built in the United States, 295
  • - Storms, Distant, Detection Equipment Less Expensive than Supposed, 585
  • - Suspension Type Insulator, New Type, Professor H. B. Smith, 13
  • -Sydney, N.S.W., Overhead Transmission Lines to be Replaced by Underground Cables at Cost of £5,000,000, 437
  • - Tokyo Electric Light Company's Earthquake Damage Cost, 185
  • - Transforming Alternating Current and Losses in Energy, 159
  • - Walsall to Supply Electricity in Bulk to Lichfield, 669
  • - West Wiltshire Electricity Scheme, 697
  • - Weymouth Generating Station of Boston Company, Progress Towards Operation, 585
  • - Witbank Power Station of Victoria Falls Company, Capacity and Details of Scheme, 45
  • - Wolverhampton's Electricity Department, Profit, 75
  • ELECTPOLYTIC Corrosion Test, Accelerated, Results, 380
  • Elevators for South Africa, in Favour with Farmers, 437
  • Engineering Standards--see British
  • Engineers' Club for Birmingham, 409
  • England and Bombay, Comparison Between Mean Dampness and Mean Temperature of the Two Climates, 185
  • EXHIBITIONS :
  • - American Inventions Exhibition in New York, 105
  • - Birmingham International Foundry Trades Exhibition, 295
  • - British Empire Exhibition, Conference on Illumination, 142
  • - British Industries Fair, Birmingham, in 1925, 525
  • - Cardiff, All-electric Exhibition at, 465
  • - Engineering Exhibition at Cardiff, 585
  • - German Projected Exhibition of Railway Material near Berlin, 295
  • - Grenoble Forthcoming Exhibition, 625, 668
  • - Lyons Fair, 625
  • - Mining Industries Exhibition, Lima, Peru, 13
  • - New Zealand and South Seas Exhibition, 641
  • - Scientific Instruments and Apparatus, Exhibition, 640, 684
  • - Third Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition, Board of Trade Announcement, 13
  • - Wireless Exhibition in the Albert Hall, 75
  • EXPLOSION in a Dairy Steam-jacketed Pan, 585
  • Explosion, Unusual, in an Economiser, 555
  • Explosives Factory for Industrial Purposes Projected at Shantung, 295

F

  • FARADAY House Old Students' Association, Annual Dinner, 449, 539
  • Ferrantians, The, Proposed Reunion, 449, 648
  • Fire-damp Detection Invention in Germany, 613
  • Fire Engine, 160 Years' Old, Still Used, 211
  • Fitting-up Bolts, T. L. E. Haug, 62
  • Flame Lamps being Succeeded by Electric Lamps in American and British Mines, 159
  • Flax Yarn Production by New Process, Experiments, 697
  • Floating Dock Sunk on Entry of German Vessel at Dartmouth, Refloated after much Difficulty, 409
  • Floating Roadway for Goods Traffic at Sea- combe Ferry, 323
  • Flood Dangers in China, New Works Proposed, 641
  • Fluorspar Deposits Discovery in the Transvaal 613
  • Folkestone Road Improvement Scheme, 185
  • Food Cost and Rail Carriage, 563
  • Food Investigation Board, Engineering Committee's Report, 704
  • French Government Law Pronounced a Snare, 585
  • Fuel Research Board, Third Report on British Coal Seams, 495
  • Fuel Research, French Company Formed for Carrying Out, 133
  • Fuels for Heavy Oil Engines, 572

G

  • GARAGE for 10,000 Cars, 105
  • Garcke's Manual of Electrical Undertakings, 647
  • Gas Holder, Brick Disused, to be Converted into Garage in Berlin, 75
  • Gas, Natural, Large Flow Discovered in Ontario, 295
  • Gas Sold in Sheffield, Statistics for 1923, 323
  • Gas Undertakings of Great Britain, Nominal Capital, 669
  • Gauge Testing, National Physical Laboratory's Pamphlet, 709
  • Gelatine and Glue, Characteristics, 641
  • Germany's Prices, Fall in, 13
  • Gladstone Dock, New Construction, Mersey Docks and Harbour Board's Plans, 351
  • Glasgow New Motor Omnibus Service, 669

H

  • HAILSTONES on Christmas Day of Record Size and Weight, 409
  • Hankow, Tramway and also Railless Trains Services Projected, 265
  • Harbour Improvement at Kingston, Ontario, 105
  • Harland and Wolff, Limited, 142
  • Harwich-Zeebrugge Train Ferry Service, Its Value for Heavy Machinery Transport, 555
  • Heat Transmission Research in Canada, 237
  • Henderson, Mr. A., Factory Bill Changes of Definition, 437
  • Hotel-building Within Temporary Wooden Shell to Protect Workmen from Extreme Cold, 697
  • Houses, Concrete, Dutch System, for Liverpool, 550
  • Houses, Proposed New Type of, 295
  • Hull Corporation and London and North- Eastern Railway, Suggested Pontoon and New Pier Construction, 409
  • Hull and Lincolnshire Traffic, New Pier and Pontoon Scheme, 13
  • Hydro-electric Generator, Tests of Hydraulic Efficiency, 555
  • Hydro-electric Plants in Norway, Results of Survey of, 381
  • Hydro-electric Power in Sweden, 112
  • Hydro-electric Station near Foot of Lake Windermere, 409
  • Hydro-electric Works Duplication in New Zealand, Tenders to be Called for, 641

I

  • INDIAN Imports and Exports, Statistics, 499,
  • Indian Mines, Report of Coal Dust Committee, 437
  • Industry and Trade, Meeting of Committee, 495
  • Information Bureaux and Special Libraries, 113
  • Institutes and Institutions--see Associations
  • International Roads Congress, 521
  • Iron Oxide Reduction by Carbon Monoxide, Experimental Work, 45
  • IRON AND STEEL :
  • - Automobile Steels, Publications on, 99
  • - Barberton District of South Africa, Discovery of Nickel Ore, 211
  • - Blast-furnace in Canada, Record Output, 105
  • - Blast-furnace Using Coke for Fuel, 13
  • - CAST IRON RESEARCH ASSOCIATION :
  • -- Annual Meeting, 625
  • -- Development, 105, 133
  • -- Laboratories Taken Over, 133
  • -- Moulding Sands Investigation Arranged for, 351
  • - Cleveland Blast-furnace Practice Defended, 585
  • - Dudley, Iron Works at, Hope of Trade Revival and Re-starting, 295
  • - Electrolytic Iron, Company Formed in Milan for Manufacture of, 133
  • - Experimental Iron Blast-furnace at Minneapolis, 163
  • - Explosions of Cast Iron Hot-plates, 381
  • - Hanyang, China, Large Ironworks Financial Difficulties, 641
  • - Hot-water Tanks, Steel, in America, Reduction in Number of Sizes Made, 13
  • - Iron Ore, Compressive Strength of, Extensive Tests, 323
  • - Manganese Deposits at Insuta, West Africa, Yearly Increase of Output, 613
  • - "Mechanically Perfect Electrolytic Nickel," Charles P. Masden, 105
  • - NATIONAL FEDERATION OF IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURERS :
  • -- Pig Iron and Steel Production in June, 105
  • -- Pig Iron and Steel Production in July, 237
  • -- Pig Iron and Steel Production in August, 351
  • -- Pig Iron and Steel Production in September, 437
  • -- Pig Iron and Steel Production in October, 585, 613
  • -- Pig Iron and Steel Production in November, 697
  • - New Steel, H. Rossell and Co., Limited, 512
  • - Pig Iron Output of Canada, 608
  • - Pig Iron in the United States, Reduced Output, 295
  • - Redshortness in Wrought Ferrous Metals, 697
  • - Richborough, New Blast-furnace, 613
  • - Seamless Steel Tubing, Manufacture of, W. C. Chancellor, 381
  • - "Stabrite Silver Steel," Thos. Firth and Sons, 381
  • - Stainless Steel Ball Bearings, Tests Results, 465
  • IRON AND STEEL (continued) :
  • - Steel Cables for Delaware Bridge, 25,100 Miles of Wire Needed, 697
  • - Steel Houses for Glasgow, Lord Weir's Offer Accepted, 381
  • - Steel Industry in India, Government Bounty Proposed, 641
  • - Steel, Medium Carbon, with High Manganese Content, Report, J. A. Jones, 437
  • - Steel Production, New Method Reducing Cost by Half, Invented by Swede, 525
  • - Synthetic Cast Iron Making, Tests, 45
  • - Tasmanian Ironworks Projected at Burnie, 105
  • - Weatherproof Iron, Samuel Osborn and Co., Limited, 27
  • IRRIGATION Association, Western Canada, Annual Convention, 45
  • Italian Hydro-electric Companies, Prosperity of, in 1923, 381

J

  • JAPAN, Completion of Orito Tunnel and Its Result, 13
  • Japanese Development at Hakata, Big American Contract Signed for Harbour, Docks, and other Works, 381

K

  • KINGSTON (Ontario), Reported Plans for Very Large New Dry Dock, 211, 265

L

  • LADLES, Bottom-Pour, New Design of Nozzle for, 105
  • Lanarkshire, Collapse of Old Bridge, 323
  • Lantern Slides, Offers of, for Lectures, Ed. Bennis and Co., Limited, 554
  • Lead Mines in Derbyshire, Work Re-started at, 409
  • Lever Brothers' Projected Dock at Bromborough, 265
  • Light Lorry, Type Required under Subsidy by War Department, 105
  • Lightning, Possibilities and Probabilities of Stroke, 495
  • Locomotive, Storage Battery, Largest Yet Built in the United States, 295
  • Locusts in Argentina, Protection Against by Galvanised Steel Sheets, 721
  • Los Angeles Harbour Improvement, 585
  • Los Angeles Harbour, Improvements in Shipyards, 159
  • Low-temperature Distillation, H. Nielsen, 555
  • Lysaght, John, Limited, and Dominion Sheet Metal Company, 437

M

  • MAGNET Causes Noises to Issue from a Loud Speaker, 669
  • Manchester Geological and Mining Society, 17
  • Manchester Ship Canal Receipts, Decrease, 105
  • Manganese--see Iron and Steel
  • Manitoba Province, All the Pulp Wood Area for Sale by Dominion Government, 669
  • Mars under Observation to Settle Question as to Existence of Life on the Planet, 211
  • "Mayor and Coulson," Travelling Post-graduate Scholarship, 449
  • Melbourne Tramways Question, 75
  • Melbourne, Widening of Victoria Dock, 381
  • Mercury Vapour Turbine, Further Development, 105
  • Mersey Dock for Lever Brothers, Predicted Cost, 437
  • Metal Moulding Trade in New South Wales, Conditions of Apprenticeship, 75
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Limited, Important Contract, 504
  • Mexican Government's Concession for Large Irrigation Dam and other Works, 351
  • Mica, Its Great Utility, India's Large Production and Excessive Waste, 495
  • Mineral Production of Australia for 1922, 351
  • Mineral Resources of Canada, Dr. C. V. Corless, 211
  • Miners' Flame Safety Lamps, Wire Gauze Experiments, 295
  • Mines Breathing Apparatus, German-made, has Passed Official Tests for British Use, 133
  • Mines Safety Research Board Report, 237
  • Mining Subsidence Damage in North Staffordshire, 725
  • Mining Subsidence, Royal Commission's Inspection, 323
  • Minneapolis Methodist Church Displayed by Flood Lights at Night, 185
  • Montreal, New South Shore Bridge Across the St. Lawrence, 669
  • Motor Road Building Projects in China, 585
  • Motor Spirit, Important Now Discovery, 465
  • Motor Vehicles, Shock Absorber, Prize Competition for, 465
  • Museum of Engineering Industry, Projected for New York, 105
  • Mussoorie Improvement, Important Projects for, 555
  • Mysore Government Projects for Exploitation of State's Natural Resources, 669
  • Mysore Survey for Utilising the Gairsoppa Falls, 613

N

  • NAPLES, 200 Million Lire Allotted for Port Enlargement, 185
  • Natural Gas in Canada, 697
  • Netherlands East Indies, Deep Sea Harbour at Semarang, 641
  • Now Brunswick Surveys for Hydro Development Requirements at Grand Falls, 381
  • Newcastle, Bridge Strengthening to Cope with Increased Weight of Traffic, 335
  • Newcastle and Gateshead, Progress of New Bridge Across the Tyne, 265
  • Newcomen Fire-grate Relic, 697
  • New Guinea Copper Mines Plans, 13
  • New South Wales, Details of Proposed Bridge Across the George's River, 323
  • New South Wales New Cement-making Plant, 555
  • New South Wales and New Zealand, Tenders t Asked for for Metal Work for Bridges, 304
  • New Zealand, Arapuni Hvdro-electric Scheme, 351
  • New Zealand, Hydro-electric Power and Projected Increase, 495
  • New Zealand, Proposed Harbour Works at Gisborne, 323
  • Niagara Falls Illumination by Night, Projected Joint Scheme, 555
  • Niagara Falls, Model to Demonstrate Scenic Effect, 105
  • Norway's Solution of Unemployment Trouble, 525
  • Nottingham as a Port, 295

O

  • OILFIELDS in Argentina, Campbell M. Hunter, 585
  • Oil-hardening Factories in Norway, 237
  • Oil Shale in Fushun, Concession Secured by South Manchuria Railway, 265
  • Oil Still Explosion, Official Report, 585
  • Oil Well Drilling, Comparison Between Rotary Drilling and Cable Tool Drilling, 323
  • Oil Wells Sinking in Angola and Near Loanda, 381
  • Old Tools Replace Binders in Harvesting After Bad Weather, 444
  • Ontario Hydro-electric Power Commission, Differences of Opinion, 725
  • - Increased Capacity of Nipigon Plant, 323
  • - Increasing Capacity of Cameron Falls Plant, 55
  • - Proposal for Diversion of Waters from Two Rivers, 323
  • Ore Discovery, Valuable, in Johore, 211
  • Ore Transport in Mines, Cost and Efficiency of Different Methods. 403
  • Overhead Equipment, W. Nairn at Congress of Tramways and Light Railways Association, 75
  • Oxidation Test on Lubricating Oils, 75

P

  • PAINT, Weather-proof, 105
  • Panama Canal Cargo, United States Ships' Carrying Share More than Double the English, 13
  • Paper Making in Quebec, Tremendous Progress, 237
  • Paper Mill, Greatest in the World, at Quebec, 585
  • Paraffin Removal from Oil Wells by Use of Sodium Peroxide, Successful Use also for Cleansing Wells and Increasing Output, 409
  • Parker Hardened Drive Screws, Charles Churchill and Co.. Limited, 62
  • Permanent Paint, Reputed Many Virtues, 105
  • Petrol Imported to the Clyde, Products Store, 323
  • Petroleum Discovered in Department of Herault, 381
  • Platinising, New Process to Prevent Weather Affection of Metals, 525
  • Platinum, Alluvial, Discoveries in the Transvaal, 697
  • Platinum Deposits in Waterberg District of the Transvaal, 585
  • Platinum Exports from Colombia, 45
  • Platinum Mining in the Transvaal, 613
  • Platinum Output from Colombia, 409
  • Poplar, Great Demand for Electrolytic Fluid, 75
  • Port Construction and Equipment, Contracts Between Russia and Franco-Polish Group, 75
  • Portland Cement, Inspection of, J. R. Dwyer and Roy N. Young, 523
  • Portland Cement, Its Widespread Empire Manufacture, 265
  • Portugal and South Africa, Agreement as to Lorenzo Marques, 48
  • Post Office Tube Railway Orders, 479
  • Power Alcohol from Beet, Committee to Deal with the Question, 409
  • Premier Diamond Mine, Statistics of Work and Value Realised, 641
  • Professor Risler's Experiments with Gas-filled Tubes at the Sorbonne Laboratory, 669
  • Pulp and Paper Industry in Canada, Analysis of Use of Water Power in, 159
  • Pulverised Fuel Utilisation, Quigley Process Rights Purchased, 159

Q

  • QUARRIES in Great Britain and the Isle of Man, List of, 295
  • Quayside Work, Record Large Wooden Dummy or Fonder for Holding off Leviathan, 295
  • Quebec Development Company, Progress of Damming Work, 75
  • Quebec Harbour Improvement, Federal Government Loan, 159, 211
  • Queensland Government's Projected Wharves on the Brisbane River, 555

R RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS :

  • - Accidents :
  • -- Accident at Lime-street Station, Liverpool, 495
  • -- Broken Coupling Rod, 237
  • -- Buffer Stop Collision at London-road Station, Manchester, 351
  • -- Collision near St. Helens, and Report, 159
  • -- Collision at Stalybridge, 517
  • -- Collision, Unusual, on Great Central Section, London and North-Eastern Line, 265
  • -- Derailment Caused by Cloudburst, 159
  • -- Derailment of East Coast Express Coaches, 13

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • - Accidents (continued):
  • -- Derailment on the London, Midland and Scottish Line, Lieut.-Colonel Mount's Report, 555
  • - Derailment of Night Express at Buddon, Report, No Definite Cause Discovered, 525
  • -- Engine Tire Failure near Weedon, 437
  • -- Escape of Express Passenger Train, near Aycliffe, 613
  • -- Fatal Accident at Haymarket Station, Edinburgh, 133, 211
  • -- Fatal Collision Outside Preston, 641
  • -- Gravesend Accident, Workmen's Ticket Accident Liabilities, 669
  • -- Inquiries into Railway Accidents and their Results, 265
  • -- Level Crossing Accident, but Crossing Owner's Risk, 697
  • -- Lime-street Station, Liverpool, Slight Collision, 133
  • -- Lytham Disaster, Adjournment of Inquest, 585 ; Inquest Verdict, Accidental Death, 613
  • -- Ministry of Transport Inquiries, 45, 351
  • -- Minor Collision Causes Closing of Charing Cross Station, 323
  • -- Minor Mishaps on the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 241
  • -- Montgomery-North-Western Railway of India, Ninety-five Passengers Killed in Collision, 265 ; Increase in Death Roll, 295
  • -- Previous Accidents Recalled, 105, 159, 185, 323
  • -- Report on Collision at Eastwood, 133
  • -- Report on Collision, at New-street Station, Birmingham, 381
  • -- Report on Fatal Collision Outside Euston Station, 295
  • -- Reports on Throe Accidents, 668
  • -- September's Bad Record for Railway Accidents, 323
  • -- Signalman's Temporary Aberration of Mind Cause of Collision at Stoke Works Junction, 381
  • -- United States Accident Returns for 1923, 725
  • - American Railway Centennial Invitation, 697
  • - American Railway Labour in 1914 and 1924, Result of Investigation of Wages, Hours, andc., 237
  • - Annual Railway Reports, Statistics, of Ballast, Fencing, Rails and Sleepers, Used in 1923, 555
  • - Appointments and Staff Changes, 45, 105, 185, 211, 465, 585, 669
  • - Associated Society and the Railway Companies, 13
  • - Australia, Northern and Southern Railway to be Built, 555
  • - Australian Commonwealth Parliament, Bill for Construction of Ky ogle-South Brisbane Railway, 641
  • - Australian Commonwealth's Proposed Construction of Three Goods Lines, 265
  • - Australian New Railway Schemes to be Presented to Federal Parliament, 409
  • - Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Centenary, 207
  • - Belgian Congo Railway Electrification, 725
  • - Bombay's Proposed Underground Railway and Suburban Railway Electrification, 105
  • - Bradshaw, New, Certain Changes Made, 133
  • - British Columbia Electric Railway, Big Power Tunnel for, 409
  • - British Empire Exhibition and Increased Traffic, 211
  • - British Tender Accepted for British Tramways, though Dearest of Three Offers, 133
  • - Brussels, Metropolitan Railway's New Planning, 323
  • - Cairo-Suez Standard Gauge Electric Railway, Proposed, 237
  • - Canada, Northern Railway Situation and Future Policy, 45
  • - Canadian National Railways, Programme, Rejected Bills, 159
  • - C.P.R., New Branch Line, 105
  • - Canal Schemes under Consideration, 113, 185
  • - Capetown--Simonstown Suburban Line Electrification, 641, 697
  • - Cargo Boats, Two New, for Weymouth and Channel Islands Service, 495
  • - Central London Railway, Alteration of Signals and Additional Trains, 105
  • - Chelsea Chamber of Commerce, Request for Tube Railway between South Kensington and South of Thames, 133
  • - Chesterfield to Scrap Electric Tramways and Replace with Trackless Car Service, 669
  • - City Railway, Reopened Section and First Train, 641
  • - City and South London Railway, Reconstruction Approaching Completion, 585
  • - Colombian Government's Consent to Projected Funicular Railway, 323
  • - Convention of Railway Engineers in Berlin, 279
  • - Cost of Living Higher, but no Change in Wages, 437
  • - Crow's Nest Pass Railway Rates in Canada, 351
  • - Death of Sir Arthur Anderson, 381
  • - Death of Mr. August Belmont, 725
  • - Death of Brigadier-General Sir Hugh Drummond, 159
  • - Death of Mr. W. Garstang, 437
  • - Death of Mr. F. E. Gobey, 409
  • - Death of Mr. Richard Johnson, 323
  • - Death of Mr. W. L. Meredith, 185
  • - Death of Mr. W. Parker, 45
  • - Death of Colonel H. M. Sinclair, 75
  • - Death of Mr. W. H. Stanier, 45
  • - Death of Mr. H. K. Woodward, 409
  • - Deputation Ask as Work for Unemployed the Building of a Railway between Abergavenny and Talyllin, 133
  • - Detroit, Toledo and Ironton Railroad, First Electric Locomotive for, 45, 105
  • - District Railway's New Cars, Great Improvements, 185
  • - East Indian and Great Indian Peninsula Railways, Their Future, 13
  • - East Indian Railway Transferred to the State at End of Current Year, 437
  • - East London Railway, Bill for its Acquisition Deposited by the Southern Railway, 641
  • - Electrical Apparatus, Successful Test on the South African Railways, 585

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • - Electrification of Lines Between Manchester (Victoria), through Oldham, to Shaw, 585
  • - Engine Tire Failures not Uncommon, 437
  • - Engineer and Railway Staff Corps, Royal Engineers, Territorial Army, New Commander, 697
  • - Enginemen's Mileage Increase, Companies Offer, 641
  • - Escalators at Shepherd's Bush Station, Central London Railway, 525
  • - Excursion Fares, Pre-war, and Present Time, 211, 351
  • - Export Trade Depression Ascribed to Railway Charges, 465
  • - Facing-points Operation by Low-voltage Electrical Mechanism, 585
  • - Fish by Train Ferry, Scotland to Genoa, 555
  • - Footbridges and Level Crossings, 13
  • - French Colonies Development Scheme, 697
  • - German New Railway Board and the Dawes Report, Names of Four Foreign Members, 409
  • - Glasgow Subway Improvements, 437
  • - Great Eastern Train Ferries, Chairman's Hopeful Outlook, 295
  • - G.I.P. Railway Electrification, Rapid Progress, 409, 641
  • - Great Indian Peninsula's Successful Half Year, 45
  • - Great Southern (Ireland) Railway Company as Amalgamation of all the Wholly Free State Railways, 725
  • - Great Western Railway:
  • -- Birmingham District, New Trains for Suburban Traffic, 555
  • -- Caerphilly Castle, from the Exhibition, Back to Work, 585
  • -- Contracts, Important Constructional, for Sheds at Stourbridge and Evesham, 211
  • -- Decrease in Traffic in Coal, Diminished Receipts and Much-increased Wages Bill, 641
  • -- Devon and Cornwall Sections, Reconstruction Schemes, 697
  • -- Fast Timing on the Great Western, 495
  • -- Great Bear Re-named, 437
  • -- Great Bear Engine, Repair and Reconstruction, 105
  • -- Iver, New Station Opened, 641
  • -- Railway Servants, Low Average of Accidents to, 237
  • -- Record Speed by Mauretania Special to Paddington, 725
  • -- Saltney, near Chester, Projected Alterations at, 237
  • -- South Wales, Bad Trade Conditions and Effect on Railwaymen, 669
  • -- Swindon to Paddington Quick Run, 405
  • -- Unemployment Relief Work, 211
  • -- Wagons, Further Fifty, for Coal, Delivered, 409
  • -- Windsor Castle, with the King as Driver, Commemoration Plate, 585
  • - Grouping, and Closing of Works, 13
  • - Hull Corporation Train ways Rails, British, though Highest, Tender Accepted, 133
  • - Hull Purchase of Tram Rails from Germany, A Saving of £3000, 211
  • - India, Railway Board, Conference on Standardisation, 613
  • - Indian Railways, A Serious Situation, 323 ; Compromise Arrived at, 351
  • - Institutes and Institutions, Railway and Transport--see Associations
  • - Interim Dividends and their Signification, 133
  • - International Railway Congress in 1925, 381
  • - Inter-State Commerce Commission Orders for Automatic Train Control, 265
  • - Irish Free State, Railway Tribunal Members, 409
  • - Irish Free State Railway Unification Difficulties, 237, 265 ; New Appointment, 409
  • - Irish Port for America, Blacksod or Galway, Distances to Dublin and Belfast, 377
  • - Irish Railway Tribunal, Free State, Enforced Reduction of Rates for Passengers and Goods, 495
  • - Irish Railways Amalgamation, The Great Southern Railway (Ireland), 613
  • - Irish Trade Union Strike Ended, 323
  • - Japanese Mount Fujiyama, Proposed Cable Railway for, 381
  • - Level Railway Crossings, Proposed Abolition of Some, 185
  • - Light Railway Orders--see Ministry of Transport
  • - Light, A Third, for Railway Signals, Investigation by National Physical Laboratory, 264
  • - Listowel and Ballybunion Railway Closed, 437
  • - Living Link, The Only, with the World's First Railway Engine, 75
  • - Locomotive Construction in Russia, Soviet Programme, 351
  • - Locomotive, Electric, First Built in Spain, 465
  • - Locomotive Enginemen's Threatened Strike, 613
  • - Locomotive Repairs on British Railways in 1923, 525
  • - Locomotives for China, Order Given to British Firm, 363
  • - Locomotives of this Country, Their Coal and Oil Consumption in 1923, 525
  • - Locomotives for Egypt, 649
  • - London Electric Railways:
  • -- Hendon to Edgware Extension, 133, 159, 237, 409
  • -- Improvements During the Past Year, 465
  • -- New Under-the-River Connection, Four Shafts Sunk, 323
  • - London, Midland and Scottish Railway :
  • -- Ballycastle Railway to be Taken Over by the Northern Counties System, 159
  • -- Caledonian Section, Strathaven and Darvel Branch, Question of Closing, 45
  • -- Census of Employees on the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 409
  • -- Cinematograph Lectures for Instruction of Railwaymen, 585
  • -- Cost of Living and Superannuitants, 75
  • -- Crewe Railwaymenís War Memorials, 613
  • -- Destructive Fire at Stoke-on-Trent Works, 105
  • - RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):
  • - London, Midland and Scottish Railway (continued) :
  • -- "Engine-drivers' Hotel," Camden Town Hostel, 697
  • -- Girders, Huge, Successfully Transported from Reddish to Chesterfield, 377
  • -- Glasgow Underground Electrification Question, 140
  • -- Government and Railway-owned Canal, 113, 185
  • -- Inverness Railway Shops, No Reduction at Present, 381
  • -- Kitchen Cars, Independent, New Type, Provided, 265
  • -- Long Service and Unbroken Records, 344
  • -- Lytham Accident and Grouping Changes, 622
  • -- Overcrowding on Trains Between Glasgow and London, 133
  • -- "Prevention Better than Cure," 159
  • -- Removal of Knott Spit Promontory to Improve Navigation of Fleetwood Boats, 261
  • -- St. Pancras and Nottingham, Fast Nonstop Train, 351
  • -- Signalling Changes on the Line, 381
  • -- Single Line Loop and Bridge Projected to Connect with Colliery, 295
  • -- Sleeping Car Train for Stranraer Starting from Euston Instead of St. Pancras, 356 Staff Changes, 211
  • -- Steel and Jarrah Non-inflammable Timber, Projected Use of, for Passenger Cars, 390
  • -- Track Circuits on London and North- Western Section, 390
  • -- Turbine Steamer Order for the Clyde, 185
  • -- Wolverton and Wagon Repair, 75
  • - London and North-Eastern Railway :
  • -- Coaling and Sanding Electric Automatic Plant for Locomotives at Doncaster, 437
  • -- Eight Largest Locomotives to Test a Bridge, 613
  • -- Falling Reserves, Trade Depression and Weak Partners, 159
  • -- Hull and Barnsley's Springhead Works to Close and Locomotive Work to Concentrate at Darlington, 13, 237
  • -- Locomotion No. I., 1825, and Locomotive: Flying Scotsman|Flying Scotsman]] Exhibited at York, 613
  • -- Series of Appointments, 185, 669
  • -- Sheffield Pullman to Sleep at Sheffield Instead of in London, 13
  • -- Sir Ralph Wedgwood's Appeal for Coal Economy, 159
  • -- Six-mile New Line and Nine New Bridges Required, 669
  • -- Standardisation of Equipment Used by Men, 525
  • -- Stockton and Darlington Railwaymen Still Living, Names Wanted, 641
  • -- Terminal Changes Consequent on Grouping, 528
  • -- Timber to be Replaced by Girder Bridge, 13
  • - London to Peking in Sixteen Days, 669
  • - London Underground Railway, Extension of Hampstead and Highgate Line from Hendon to Edgware, 158
  • - Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, New Locomotive, Carriage and Wagon Shops at Perambur, 237
  • - Melbourne Goods Yard of the Victorian Government, 105
  • - Melbourne's New Railway Lines, 555
  • - Metropolitan District Railway New Rolling Stock, 647
  • - Metropolitan District Railway Time-saving by Faster Train Running, 265
  • - Metropolitan Junction, London Bridge, Collision Resulting from Misread Signal, 351
  • - Metropolitan Railway Bonus of 10 Per Cent, to Men of all Grades for Extra Work due to British Empire Exhibition, 39
  • - Metropolitan Railway Rolling Stock, Lettering of Vehicles, 105
  • - Ministry of Transport:
  • -- Ashover Light Railway Extension, andc., Inquiry, 105 ; Ministry Order Made, 265
  • -- Census of Railway Employees, 409
  • -- Facing Points Distance from Signal-boxes, Ministry's Regulations, 495
  • -- Kingston Down (near Calstock) Light Railway Order, 185
  • -- Lancashire and Yorkshire Loop Line Order, Time Limit Extension Sought, 258
  • -- Statistics for April, 1924, 133
  • -- Statistics for June, Passenger and Freight, 211, 350, 381
  • -- Statistics for July, 474
  • -- Statistics for August, 697
  • -- Statistics for September, 725
  • - Mornington-crescent Station Reopened, 45
  • - Motor-rail Cars on Country Railway Lines in Australia, Successful Running and Introduction to be Tried in New Zealand, 351
  • - NATIONAL UNION OF RAILWAYMEN :
  • -- Demands Placed in the Hands of the Railway Companies, 725
  • -- Forty-eight Hours' Week ; Washington Convention Resolution, 75
  • -- Nationalisation of Railways, 75
  • - Netherlands East Indies, New Electrification Schemes, 669
  • - New South Wales, Proposed Railway Extension and Electrification, 105
  • - New South Wales Railways, Report by Sir Sam Fay and Sir Vincent Raven, 437
  • - New Zealand, Projected Railway Improvement Scheme, 409
  • - New Zealand Railways' Inquiry About to be Made, 265
  • - Nidd Valley Light Railway, Proposed Electrification Economically Impracticable, 669
  • - Night Expresses to Scotland, Recent Addition, 105
  • - Nord-Sud Trains in Paris, Loud Speakers Installed to Announce Stations, 105
  • - North-South Transcontinental Railway, Australian Opinion Divided, 75
  • - North of Spain Railway Electrification, 585
  • - Old Pneumatic Tube Railway, Projected Utilisation for Underground Trunk Telephone Cables, 525
  • - One Man Tramcar, 578
  • - Overcrowding in Long-distance Trains, 75

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • - Paris-Lyons-Mediterranean Line, Contemplated New Line Shortening Journey between Paris and Marseilles, 669
  • - Passengers and Mileage in July, 465
  • - Pietermaritzburg, First Electric Locomotive Leaves for Glencoe Junction, 295
  • - Pilfering, Railway, Action by the Men's Unions, 233
  • - Polish Rail wav Schemes, Large Electrical, 211
  • - Post Office Tube Railway, Orders, 479
  • - Power Signalling Apparatus and Tracks Alterations, Central Argentine Railway, Buenos Aires, 725
  • - Rail Car for Paris Suburban Line, New Arrangement of Machinery, 437
  • - Railroad Priority in America, 555
  • - Railway Bills Deposited for Next Session by Various Lines, 641
  • - Railway Centenary in September, 1925, Railway Companies' Association's Invitation to International Railway Congress, 13, 237
  • - Railway Material Exports Statistics, 56, 236, 295, 437, 525, 669
  • - Railwaymen in New Parliament, List of Names, 525
  • - Railwaymen's Unions, Size and Wealth, 45
  • - Railwaymen's Wages, 465
  • - Railway Rates Tribunal, Standard Charges Question, 13, 185
  • - Railway Returns for 1923, 189
  • - Railway Servants Rating Figures, 45
  • - Rolling Stock, British Railway, Analysis for 1923, 555
  • - Rope-hauled Trains and the Regulations, 465
  • - Santander and Calatayud, Railway Projected Between, 45
  • - Seven Electric Locomotives, New Type, Ordered in America, 585
  • - Shanghai-Nanking Railway, Increase in Passengers, 585
  • - Shortened Funnels for Running on the North British System, 725
  • - Shunting, Gravitational, German and American Devices, 665
  • - Signal and Telegraph Branch of the Victorian Government Railways, 613
  • - Signalling, Three-position, 724
  • - Signalmen's New Union, 105
  • - South Africa Rolling Stock Order to Go Abroad, 193
  • - South Africa, Union of, Minister of Railways Commission on Railway Workshops Question, 465
  • - South Africa, Union of, Over 400 Miles of New Lines to be Opened Shortly, 295
  • - South Australian Government Proposes Electrification in Adelaide Area, 351
  • - Southern Railway :
  • -- Basingstoke and Alton Branch Line Reopened, 185
  • -- Brighton Section Electrification Progress ; also South-Eastern from Victoria to Orpington, 585
  • -- Brighton Section Vehicles Fitted with Vacuum Brake, 437
  • -- Cross-Channel Steamer, Company's New, 585
  • -- Eastbourne Complaints and Company's Promise, 585
  • -- Route of Trains from Waterloo to Portsmouth, 13
  • -- Sir Herbert Walker on Work of Staff and on Improved Revenue, 169
  • -- Ventnor, Projected Funicular Railway, 585
  • - Spanish New Railway Policy, New Rolling Stock Orders, 495
  • - Spanish Railway Electrification, Tenders Called for, 295
  • - Steam and Electric Trains in Manchester Area, Comparison in Timing, 323
  • - Strikes and Government's Powers, 13
  • - Suggested Land Purchase for Stone Quarry Extension, 669
  • - Summer Train Services, 75
  • - Sunderland Docks, Projected Railway Sidings Adjoining, 725
  • - Sunderland Replaces Tramways by Motor Omnibuses, 465
  • - Sweden, North, Rapid Railway Development, 295
  • - Swedish State Railways' Budget Demands, 351
  • - Swiss Federal Railways Prohibit the Use of Gas-lighted Vehicles, 211
  • - Swiss Railway Electrification, Locomotive Mechanical Parts, 17
  • - Tasmanian Railways' New Appointment, 159
  • - Tattenham Corner Signal-box Completely Destroyed by Fire, 105
  • - Timber Railway Viaducts Disappearing, 613
  • - Toronto, Railway Viaduct and Union Termini Completion Projected, 101
  • - Toronto's Street Railway System, 706
  • - Trackless Trams on Rotherham System, 697
  • - Traffic Receipts of Four Grouped Companies, Decrease Due to Strikes, 45
  • - Trams, Electric, Proposed Substitution of Trolley Omnibuses 697
  • - Tube Railways, Doors of New Rolling Stock, 133
  • - Tubes, Suggested New, but Unprofitable, 725
  • - Turbo-condensing Locomotive's Record Journey, 159
  • - United States Defective Percentage of Rolling Stock and Violations of Safety Appliance Acts, 351
  • - United States Representation at the International Railway Congress, 555
  • - Victoria Railways, Proposed Change of Sites for Certain Works, 725
  • - Wagons, Railway-owned, Annual Reports, 525
  • - War-time Railways by British Engineers in France, Order for Preservation for Public Use, 437
  • - Watford New Line, Remodelling of Station Yard of Metropolitan and London and North-Eastern Joint Railways, 495
  • - Welsh Highland Railway and Passenger Traffic, 677
  • - West Hartlepool Light Railways Orders, 697
  • - West Somerset Mineral Railway Sold by Auction, 185
  • - Wireless Telegraphy, Experiments in its Applications to Railways, 45
  • - Woolwich Locomotives, Twenty Sold to Southern Railway, 465
  • RAND Record for Shaft-sinking, 555
  • Remington Typewriter Company Starting Plant in Toronto, 697
  • Resin from Oporto, Crude Distillation Methods, 265
  • Rhodesia, Mulungushi Falls Hydro-electric Scheme, 585
  • Rhodesian Museum, Bulawayo, Government Grant for Geologist, 585
  • Rio de Janeiro Docks Improvement, Further Contracts for, 159
  • Road Congestion at Westminster, 495
  • Road Surfaces, Complaints of Slipperiness and Investigation, 295
  • Roads Bill, New, Introduced, 105
  • Roads in Quebec, Steady Improvement Reported, 237
  • Roumanian Market for British Goods, 13
  • Royal Technical College, Glasgow, Amalgamation of Departments, 62
  • Royal Technical College, Glasgow, Electrical Engineering Equipment, 363
  • Rubber Latex, Results of Tests on, 265
  • Rubber in Liquid Form, Increased Shipments of, to America, 409
  • Russian Geological Committee Reports Coal Discoveries in Petchora Region, 697
  • Russia's First Steam Turbine Since the Revolution, 13

S

  • ST. LAWRENCE Waterways Project, Proposed Treaty between Canada and United States, 295
  • Sandalwood Oil Refineries at Bangalore and Mysore City, Prosperous Pioneer Industry, 211
  • San Francisco, Projected Water Front Extension, 295
  • Santa Fe, Reported New Dock Project at, 555
  • Sault St. Marie, Combined Traffic in Various Canal Systems at, 409
  • Scholarship, Entrance, University College, 220
  • Scholarships, "D. B. Morison" Engineering Apprentice, 449
  • Scholarships in Engineering, Awards by "Beama," 600
  • Scholarships, "Mavor and Coulson" Travelling Post-graduate, 449
  • Screws, Drive, Parker Hardened, Charles Churchill and Co., Limited, 62
  • Severn Barrage Scheme, Private Report, 75
  • Sewage Pump, Electrically Driven, for Calcutta, Tenders Invited, 641
  • Shanghai Automatic Telephones on Trial in View of Further Installations, 323
  • Sheffield's Unemployment Relief, Projected Expenditure, 351
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :
  • - Allentown, 8000-Ton Tanker, Conversion from Steam to Diesel-electric Propulsion, 159
  • - Anchor Liner Ordered for Indian Service, 185
  • - Australia's Two New Cruisers, Plans for Floating Dock and Building Cruisers in England, 133 ; Tenders to be Called for from England and Australia, 295, 381
  • - British Submarine's Record Voyage, 185
  • - Cable Ship, New, The Cable, for Eastern Extension Telegraph Company, 495
  • - Clyde Tonnage Launched in August, and for Eight Months of Current Year, 265
  • - Cruiser, New, Keel Laid, Vickers Limited, 464
  • - Cruisers, First of the Five New, Started, 409
  • - Cunard Liner Franconia's Mishap, 133
  • - Egremont Castle, Successful Salving of, After Fire and Explosion, 45
  • - Electric Passenger Ship, Reputed Largest in the World, Under Construction, 105, 159
  • - Gyro-compass Position on New Canadian Pacific Steamers, 465
  • - H.M.S. Lion Broken Up, 555
  • - Isle of Wight, Motor Lifeboat for, 542
  • - Itchen, Ship and Yacht Building Yard at, 127
  • - Largest Turbine-electrically Propelled Seagoing Liner, Projected Construction, 105, 159
  • - Laurentic's Gold Salving Progress, 237
  • - Mauretania's Record Speed, 75
  • - Mauretania's Speed Record Beaten by Herself, 211
  • - Notable Ship Reconstruction by Swedish Company, 323
  • - Oil Tanker for New Zealand, 381
  • - Orient Liner Oronsay Fitted with Duct Keel, 237
  • - Rio Dorado's Construction, Exceptional, Details, 13
  • - Scapa Flow Sunken German Vessels, Progress of Salving, 237, 265, 295, 381, 437
  • - Steam Trawler Fatal Accident Due to Stop Valve Failure, 555
  • - Submarine L 53 to be Commissioned for Service, 669
  • - Tees Much Increased Shipbuilding, 725
  • - Thames Proposed Passenger Fleet, Sir George Hulme's Views, 323
  • - Thornycroft Motor Boat, 551
  • - United States Naval Programme for Ships and Aircraft, 613
  • - White Star Liner Arabic, Change of Service, 133
  • - Wooden War-time Ships, American, to be Burnt at Sea, 351
  • - Yarrow's Designs for Dutch Destroyers Accepted, 265
  • SISAL Hemp Production in the Empire, 21
  • Slag Sand Used for Concrete, 409
  • Smoke Abatement Bill Deferred, 6 9
  • Societies--see Associations
  • Standards--see British
  • Steam Pipe, Copper, Fatal Failure of, 211
  • Steam Retort for Experimental Purposes, New Features, 323
  • Steam Turbines, Proposed Maximum Sizes, 75
  • Storage Dams on Quebec Rivers, Plans now under Review, 105
  • Subsidy Type Light Lorries, War Department Specification, 89
  • Subsoil Water Rising, Preventive Means, 697
  • Subway in Brussels, Surveys Started for, 525
  • Sugar Mill, Large, for Jamaica, Duncan Stewart and Co., 347
  • Sugar and Motor Spirit Factory in Mysore, 697
  • Sulphur Content of Organic Substances, Method of Estimation of, 45
  • Sulphur Production Increase in Japan, 10
  • Sulphuric and Hydrochloric Acids, Commercial, Simultaneous Production of. Differing Processes Suggested, 265
  • Sweden's Hydro-electric Power but Continued Need for Fuel, 133
  • Swedish Immense Hydro-electric Resources, Possibilities of Much Increased Use, 495
  • Swedish Telegraphs and Broadcasting, 237
  • Sydney, Two Automatic Telephone Exchanges for, 105

T

  • TANGANYIKA Mines, Copper Production, Great Expectations, 409
  • Tasmanian Proposed Canal at Ralph's Bay Neck, 75
  • Telegram Despatch from Unattended Public Call Boxes in Birmingham, 265
  • Telephone Exchange, Automatic, for Berne, 185
  • Telephone Exchanges under Construction and Projected, 295
  • Telephone Exchanges in India, Statistics of, 185
  • Telephone Subscribers in Paris, Administration's Lesson in Patience, 159
  • Telephones in Durban, Conversion to Automatic Working, 159
  • Telephones in Italy, Cession to Private Industry, 381
  • Terrestrial Magnetism Department of the Carnegie Institution, Washington, Report of Work Done, 53
  • Testing Work by United States Bureau of Standards, 237
  • Thames Longitudinal Bridge Scheme Rejected, 669
  • Thames-Severn Canal, Projected Abandonment, 75
  • Tibet Seeks Engineering Instruction from England, 237
  • Tinfoil Manufacture in Chekiang, China, 465
  • Tokyo, Projected Construction of Subways, 265
  • Town Hall, New, for Nottingham, 641
  • Train Ferry at Grafton, Clarence River, New South Wales, 641
  • Train Ferry Service Between Harwich and Zeebrugge, Question of Winter Service, 133
  • Tramway from Southend to Eltham, Proposed to Apply for Authority for Construction, 133
  • Trelleborg, Sweden, Harbour Extension, 613
  • Tunnel, Pedestrian, Under the Liffey, 13
  • Tunnel, Shandaken, for New York Water Supply, Longest in the World and Quickest Excavated, 265
  • Turbine, Critical Vibrations and Speeds, 351

U

  • ULTRA-VIOLET Rays Effect on Polished Metal, 211
  • Unemployment, Great Increase in, 133
  • United States Company's Loan for Buenos Aires Rebuilding and Development, 237
  • United States Metal Mining Industry Statistics, 669
  • University College Entrance Scholarship, 220

V

  • VALVES, Steam or Water, Controlled by Electric Motors, 75
  • Vancouver, Port of, Shipping in and out of, Statistics, 45
  • Ventilating Fan for Gold Mines, South Africa, Largest in the World, 613
  • Vermilion Manufacture and Trade in Hong Kong, 295
  • Victoria Quay, Fremantle, W.A., Construction of, 327

W

  • WAGON and other Wheels, Gears, andc., Constructed by Stroh Process, 75
  • War Department Subsidy Type Light Lorries ; Scheme, Enrolment of Vehicles, 185
  • Water Gauges for Marine Boiler Testing, Causes of Rise and Fall of Water in the Glass, 437
  • WATER SUPPLY :
  • - Edmonton Supply from Pigeon Lake, 45
  • - Lead Mine Furnishes Pure Water Supply, 525
  • - New South Wales Water Supply Scheme, 613
  • - New York Water Supply, New Tunnel of Record Length and Speed in Excavation. 265
  • - New Zealand, Proposals for Auckland Water Supply, 495
  • - Pumping Station Below Ground Level to Increase Water Supply in Chicago, 409
  • - Rand Water Board's Supply Scheme, 13
  • - South Africa's Various Schemes for Water Supply, 697
  • - Staffordshire Potteries Waterworks Company's Undertaking Sold, 13
  • - Surface Water Supply of Canada, 380
  • - Vernon Hooper Dam for Durban Water Supply, 45
  • WATER SUPPLY (continued) :
  • - Victorian Rivers and Water Supply Commission, Great Storage Increase. 697
  • - Worthing Proposes New Waterworks. 669
  • WATER-TUBE Boiler Explosion, Comparison of American and British-made Tubes, 641
  • Water-tube Boiler Explosion, Report, 697
  • Water Wheel Used Since 1847 Replaced by Turbine, 725
  • Waygood-Otis Club, Annual Sports, 89
  • Weathering Properties of Building Stone, Tests and Results, 185
  • Well Sinking in China, Government Rewards Offered for, 555
  • Wembley Excursion from Prescot, Lancashire, 421
  • Western Australia, Mining Statistics of, 492
  • Westminster Bridge Deflection, Experiments, 211
  • Wharf to be Constructed Beside Cannonstreet Station, 351
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY.
  • - Aerials and Lightning, Earthing Precautions, 237
  • - Amateur Experimental Work, Need for Guidance, 185
  • - Amplification of Received Wireless Signals, 245
  • - Bombay, Butcher Island, Projected Direction Finder Installation for Ships, 555
  • - British Broadcasting Company's Chelmsford Station Heard on a Crystal at Algiers, 185
  • - Broadcasting in England and America Compared, 555
  • - Broadcasting at Sea, Specially Designed Apparatus for, 465
  • - Crystal Set Experiments, Parts of Human Body Possible to Replace Crystal, 159
  • - Farmer's Home-made Wireless and an Electric Power Company, New Point in Law, 495
  • - Greece, Wireless Telephony in, 465
  • - High-tension Wireless Batteries, Hart Accumulator Company, Limited, 194
  • - Johannesburg, Tests from New Broadcasting Station, 159
  • - Lectures on Radio Telephony and Broadcasting, 465
  • - Life-saving in Mines, Experiments in Progress, 133
  • - Lighthouses, British Wireless Transmitting Apparatus for, 323
  • - Marconi, Senatore, Return to London After Development of New Beam System, 525
  • - Peking and Tientsin, Tientsin and Shanghai, German Wish to Install Wireless Telephones Between, 437
  • - Post Office and Radio Society of Great Britain, Difference of Opinion, 495
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY (continued) :
  • - Post and Telegraph Department, South Africa, Rapid Growth of Telephones and Broadcasting, 613
  • - Radio Bearings of Transmitting Stations, Observations of, 641
  • - Radio Club for Poland. The First to be Founded, 641
  • - Radio-telephonic Communication for Mersey Lightships, 725
  • - Radio Transmission Important Results, Claimed from New Development, Dr. J. H. Hammond, jun.. 133
  • - Railways and Wireless, Experiments, 45
  • - Regeneration by Inductive Feedback. C. B. Jollife and Miss J. A. Rodman. 245
  • - Seven Big Wireless Stations for Great Britain and the Continent for Direction of Aircraft Navigation, Reported Scheme for. 295
  • - Ships' Lifeboats' Wireless Set, Successful Tests off Melbourne, 409
  • - Transmitter Experiments Between Vienna and British Broadcasting Stations. 13
  • - Wireless Frame Aerial, Reputed Largest in the World. Erected in Aldwych for United States Shipping Board, 75
  • - Wireless Installation, Very Effective, for New Zeppelin, 159
  • WOOD Distillation in India, Modern Plant, 566
  • Wood Distillation Plant of Ford Motor Company, 613
  • Wood Pulp Industry, Large, for North-West Tasmania, 323
  • Wreckage Two and Half Centuries Old Dredged Up, 409

X

  • X-RAYS in Industry, J. F. Driver, 381

Y

  • YALU Timber Company, New Mill Projected, 13
  • Yokohama Harbour, Further Enlargement Projected, 75

Z

  • ZINC Mine in British Columbia, Said to be World's Largest, 641

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