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The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.

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A

  • ABERDEEN University Engineering Department, Construction and Equipment, 299
  • Acid Tanks, Ingredients Used in Coating Interiors, 625
  • AERONAUTICS :
  • - Aerial Surveys in Canada, 133
  • - Aerodrome with Aviation School for Capital of Shansi Province, China, 709
  • - Air Service Proposed between Kisumu, on Lake Victoria Nyanza and Khartum, 435
  • - Airship Service to India, Base at Ismailia, 105
  • - Aviation : Its Commercial Value by Timesaving, 299
  • - Flying Boat for Mr. H. Vanderbilt, 681
  • - Light Planes, Design of, and Engine Limits,
  • - Recorders for Aeroplanes, British and American Practice, 489
  • - Royal Air Force Display, 473
  • - Scholarship and Prize Awards by Air Ministry, 215
  • - Seaplanes for Dutch Government, Napier Lion Engines, 105
  • - Six and a-Half Days' Airship Service between England and New Zealand, Commander Burney's View, 489
  • - Sweden, Manufacture of Aeroplanes in, 47
  • - Two New Air Routes between Belfast and Great Britain, 133
  • - Two Problems in Aeroplane Design, 299
  • - United States Naval Seaplane Flight, Endurance Record, 517
  • - Wright Aeroplane to Remain at Washington, 653
  • ALBERTA Main Highways Rapid Increase, 133
  • All-metal Roofs and Immunity from Lightning, 47
  • Alloy of Copper and Silicon, Resistance to Corrosion, 407
  • Alloys, Pyrophoric, Production of, Dr. M. F. Bugden, 47
  • Alluvial Platinum Fields Worked by Dredging, 461
  • Aluminium Alloys, Two New, 573
  • Aluminium Obtained by Hoope Electrolvtical Process, 625
  • Aluminium as Protection of Metals Against High Temperature, 517
  • American Lead Pencils, 381
  • Ammonia, Synthetic, Plant for Manufacture by Claude Process, 161
  • Antimony and Bismuth, Imperial Institute Monographs, 189
  • Apprentices, Scholarships for, 523
  • Arsenic Output in Southern Rhodesia, 461
  • Asphalt Discovery in Manitoba, 133
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:
  • - ASSOCIATION, BRITISH :
  • -- Annual Meeting, Date and Presidents, 585
  • - ASSOCIATION, BRITISH ACETYLENE AND WELDING :
  • -- Fluxes, Need for Scientific Examination and Price Reduction, Professor Darling, 133
  • - ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER :
  • -- New Process for Mild Stainless Steel Production, H. S. Primrose, 15
  • - ASSOCIATION OF MINING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • -- North of England Branch :
  • -- Pole-mounted Outdoor Sub-stations, A. Bannister, 327
  • - ASSOCIATION, WOMENíS ELECTRICAL :
  • -- Three Lectures, Miss M. Partridge, 309
  • - INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • -- Annual Meeting and Dinner, 145, 447 ; Programme, 447
  • -- Autumn Meeting, 145
  • - INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • -- Fuel Economy, E. W. L. Nicol, 299
  • -- Student Graduate Examination Passes, 143
  • - INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • -- Journal of Institute, Lectures and Papers, 169
  • -- Numerous Elections of Members and Students, 47
  • - INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS :
  • -- Annual General Meeting, Annual Report Elections of Officers, 625
  • - INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • -- President and Vice-presidents Elected, 105
  • - INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Annual Meeting at Leeds, 595
  • -- Industrial Water Supply and Stream Pollution, Symposium on, 595
  • -- Library Being Formed for the Institution, 685
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):
  • - INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Annual General Meeting, Election of Council, 585
  • -- Awards for Papers, 529
  • -- Association of London Students :
  • -- Forty-fourth Annual Dinner, 365
  • - INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Annual Dinner, 227
  • -- Awards of Premiums for Papers, 557
  • -- Awards of Students' Premiums, 696
  • -- Engraved Plate for Production of Presidential Certificate, Present from Institution of Gas Engineers, 133
  • -- Examination for Associate Membership, 69, 256
  • -- Faraday Medal Award, 145; and Presentation, 309, 353
  • -- International Conference on Extra High- tension Supply Systems, 327
  • -- Model Form of General Conditions of Contract (Export), 724
  • -- Permanent Magnets in Theory and Practice, S. Evershed, 309
  • -- War Memorial Book, 501
  • - INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS :
  • -- Election of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales and also of the Lord Mayor of Manchester as Honorary Members, 227
  • - INSTITUTION OF HEATING AND VENTILATING ENGINEERS :
  • -- Summer Meetings, 696 ; Programme, 696
  • - INSTITUTION, JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERS :
  • -- Acceleration of Work, Speed versus Haste, Dr. Russell, 215
  • -- Annual Dinner, 541
  • - INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • -- North-Western Branch :
  • -- Annual Dinner, 365
  • - INSTITUTION OF MINING ENGINEERS :
  • -- Scholarship in Mining, Mavor and Coulson, Award, 337
  • - INSTITUTION OF MINING AND METALLURGY :
  • -- Awards of Medal, Premium and Prizes, 473
  • - INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • -- Annual Meetings, Annual Dinner, Offers of Medal and Premium for Papers, 170
  • -- Awards of Gold Medal and Premium, 155
  • - INSTITUTION, NORTH-EAST COAST, OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS :
  • -- Limiting Possibilities in Steam Plants, Professors A. L. Mellanby and William Kerr, 327
  • ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):
  • - INSTITUTION OF PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGISTS :
  • -- Election of President and Vice-presidents, 221
  • - INSTITUTION, ROYAL :
  • -- Annual Meeting, Reports, Election of Officers, 532
  • -- Benzene Centenary Celebration, "Faraday as a Chemist," 668
  • -- General Meetings and Elections, 170, 283, 447, 557, 668
  • -- Programme of Lectures, 557
  • -- Sir Humphry Davy's Letters, Valuable Gift to Association, Legacy, 447
  • - INSTITUTION OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS :
  • -- Formation of Sectional Committees of the Science Committee, 227
  • -- Officers and Council for Session, 668
  • - SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY :
  • -- Birmingham and Midland Section :
  • -- Iron in Antiquity, by Dr. J. Newton Friend, 215
  • -- London Section :
  • -- Tar Distillation, Breaking-up Pitch by Novel Method, C. O. Condrup, 215
  • - SOCIETY, FARADAY :
  • -- General Discussion at Oxford, Photochemical Reactions in Liquids and Gases, 693
  • -- Meeting, Symposium and Discussion,
  • -- Physical Chemistry of Steel-making Processes, 579
  • - SOCIETY, ROYAL, OF ARTS :
  • -- Fothergill Prize for Essay, 557
  • -- Joint Meeting :
  • -- Non-stop Flight to the Netherlands East Indies, Mr. T. a Thuessink van der Hoop, 517
  • ATALANTA, Ltd., Works Run Entirely by Women, 681
  • Atmospheric Conditions, Effect on Workers, Experiments, 269
  • Australian Eucalyptus Timber and Paper Manufacture, 681
  • Australia s Deficiency in Underground Water, Fresh and Salt Water from Neighbouring Bores, 545
  • Automobile Club, The Royal, Demonstration of Anti-dazzle Headlamps and Devices, 215

B

  • BEET Sugar Factory at Wellington, Farmers' Undertaking to Grow Beet, 489
  • Beet Sugar Factory near Yeovil to Work on Next Year's Crop, 133
  • Beet Sugar Factories, Estimated Cost and Proportion Expended in this Country, 709
  • Beet Sugar Filtered with Bone Charcoal, No such Plant yet Available in Britain, 133
  • Belfast Association of Engineers, 554
  • Bell, 10 Tons in Weight, Fourth Largest in the Country, at Bristol University, 461
  • Bentonite, Canadian, for Soap-making, 381
  • Bentonite Used in Wet Grinding of Asphalt, 77
  • Bideford Fourteenth Century Bridge Reopened, 653
  • Bihar and Orissa, Attempt to Force Back River to its Old Channel, 407
  • Birmingham Fire Brigade New Equipment for Emergencies affecting Breathing, 15
  • Birmingham to the Sea Canal Scheme, Parliamentary Assistance Question, 653
  • Birmingham University Establishing School of Sugar, 133
  • Birmingham University New Buildings, 77
  • Black Country Reminiscences, Duncan J. Shedden, 353
  • Black Country Waste Dumps, Proposals for Utilisation, 133
  • Boiler Accident, Unusual, on Dredger, 545
  • Boiler Ashes in a Wet State, Test of Water Consumed in Handling, 161
  • Boiler Explosion, Cause of Failure, 77
  • Boiler Explosion and Danger of Replacing Rivets by Bolts, 545
  • Boiler Explosion, Formal Investigation, 709
  • Boiler Water Gauges, Board of Trade Notice, 299
  • Bomb, Live German, Retrieved from Thames Mud at Waterloo Bridge, 573
  • Brassfounders in China, Their Poor Pay, 709
  • Brick Walls, Relative Strength Tests with Different Mortars, 407
  • Bridge at Boothferry Over the Ouse, Cost of, 133
  • Bridge-building Rivets, Unsatisfactory, and the Remedy, 469
  • Bridge to Connect Montreal with South Shore, 573
  • Bridge, Damoodar River, near Telmucho, Opened for Traffic, 77
  • Bridge, Highway, Over Copenhagen Harbour, 335
  • Bridge, New, Over the Derwent at Baslow Opened, 545
  • Bridge Over the Dee at Queensferry, 105
  • Bridge Over the Hudson at Castleton, New York, 545
  • Bridge Over the White Nile at Khartum, 1 89
  • Bridge Renewal at Hampton Court, 653
  • Bridge Replacement at Sunderland, 189
  • Bridges, Two, to Connect Staten Island with New Jersey, 47
  • Brighton Sewers Board Loan, 573
  • Brinell Hardness Numbers, Table of, 309
  • British Chemical Standards, Non-ferrous Standard Samples, 614
  • British Columbia, Second Narrows of Burrard Inlet, Road and Railway Bridge under Construction for, 435
  • B.E.A.M.A. Scholarships, 567
  • British Embassy at Tokyo to Replace that Damaged by Earthquake, 599
  • BRITISH ENGINEERING STANDARDS ASSOCIATION :
  • - Building Materials, Sectional Committee and Sub-committees to be Appointed, 240
  • - Election of Officers and Members, 573
  • - Standard Specifications:
  • -- Bus-bars and Connections, 473, 681
  • -- Marine Flanges, 61
  • -- Non-ferrous Locomotive Material, Revision of Specifications for, 309
  • BRITISH FOUNDRYMEN, INSTITUTION OF :
  • - Birmingham Branch :
  • -- Pyrometric Control of Annealing Temperatures, D. Wilkinson, 104
  • - Lancashire Branch :
  • -- John Wilkinson Medal Examination, 468
  • - Sheffield and District and East Midland Branches:
  • -- Visit to Yorkshire Ironworks, 337
  • Broadcasting--see Wireless
  • Building Material, "Celotex" Manufactured from Sugar Cane Residue, 47
  • Busk Studentship in Aeronautics, 473

C

  • CABLE Ploughing Tackle, British versus German in France, 133
  • Cables, Four New Rapid-transmission Trans¬oceanic, Projected, 599
  • Calcutta Canal Bridges Replacement to Carry Heavier Traffic, 407
  • Cambridge University Engineering Depart¬ment, Conversazione, 360
  • Canada, Proposed Hydro-electric Power Plant, 435
  • Canada, Water Power Resources of, 240
  • Canadian Roads and Federal Aid System, 407
  • Carbide Lamps or Candles Underground, Carbon Dioxide Dangers, 407
  • Carbon Black Manufacture from Oils by Electrical Process, 133
  • Carillon, Largest in the World, 517
  • Cars, Pleasure and Commercial, Increased Export from the United States, 269
  • Catalogues for Palestine, 611
  • Causeway to Cost 12 Million Dollars near New Orleans, 189
  • Cauvery Dam (Krishnarajasagara), Grant from Mysore Government, 241
  • Cauvery Dam, Revised Estimates for Works Sanctioned, 545
  • Cement Factory to be Built near Cambridge, 299
  • Cement Factory Erection at Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, 77
  • Cement Factory near Northfleet, Proposed Largest in the Country, 201, 241
  • Central Heating Experiments in Berlin, 241
  • Central Heating for Institutional Buildings in Canada, 133
  • Chefoo Harbour All-steel Cargo Sheds, 517
  • Chemical Works on the Tyne, Projected, 105
  • Chicago's Abstraction of Water from Great Lakes, Loss Entailed, 299
  • Chilean Government Bridge Construction Scheme, 551
  • Chimney Collapse, Fatal, near Leipzig, 709
  • Chimney, Reinforced Concrete, 300ft. High, in Australia, 189
  • Chimney's Resistance to Demolition by Dynamite, 653
  • China, Official Estimate of Population, 15
  • China's Two Largest Zinc Mines, 625
  • Chinese Cities, Widening of Streets, 327
  • COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :
  • - Accidental Coal Discovery at Ilkeston, 105
  • - Alberta's Coal Production, 327
  • - Anthracite Coal, Excellent Seam Struck in New Glanamman Colliery, 381
  • - Argada Colliery, First Opened on Karanpura Coalfield, India, 687
  • - Bengal Coal Quality and Quantity, Increasing Importations, 15
  • - Bentley Colliery Starting New Seam Below Barnsley Bed, 133
  • - Blyth, New Coaling Staithes Equipment, 435
  • - Boring Operations at Sutton, South of Doncaster, 299
  • - British India Coal Output Statistics, 161
  • - Brodsworth Colliery, New Third Shaft Working, 189
  • - Carboscope for Estimation of Ash Content in Coal, 15
  • - China, Coal Seam Discovery Near Suiyuan, 709
  • - Coal Dust in Mines, Methods of Control, 189
  • - Coal Getting, The Best Method, Mavor and Coulson's View, 709
  • - Coal-handling Plant at Port Sudan, 133
  • - Coal Mine Fire Ended by a Year's Labour, 353
  • - Coal in New South Wales, New Discoveries, 407
  • - Coal Output of the United Kingdom in 1924,
  • -- Steadily Diminishing Quantity, 189
  • -- Output of Coal, Further Big Decrease, 709
  • - Coatbridge Sewer Excavation and Coal Seam Discovery, 189
  • - Coal Prospects at Winslow, Bucks., 681
  • - Coal Shipping at Rapid Rate, 709
  • - Coke Competition with View to Improving Gas Coke, 215, 573
  • - Coke Production Recommended at Fernie, British Columbia, 381
  • - Coke Samples Pulverisation, Various Methods, 461
  • - Daily Output of Coal in Some Canadian Mines, 625
  • - Discovery of Coal near Worksop, 545
  • - Durban Navigation Collieries, New Coalbearing Ground Acquired, 381
  • - Emergency Speed of Hoisting from Mines, 77
  • - Garforth Colliery at Barnbow, Steady Progress with Construction, 105
  • - German Coal Industry Crisis, 269
  • - Kamasamndram, South India, Coal Discovery, 299
  • - Kent Collieries, Suggested Deep-water Port for Shipping Coal, 133
  • - Lamps for Coal Miners, Electric, Replacing Flame Lamps in America, 241
  • - Low Temperature Carbonisation, Result of Coal Tests, 269
  • -- Plant to Carbonise 1000 Tons of Coal Daily, 573
  • - Mysore Government's Important Coal Discovery, 381, 573
  • - New Pits and Colliery Villages Projected at Awkley and Micklebring, 461
  • - Powdered Coal Objected to as being an Explosive, 653
  • - Pulverised Coal-fired Boilers, Favourable Test Against Mechanical Stokers, 241
  • - Richmond Main Colliery, Australia, Record Output, 15
  • - Seven Lines Cable, New, to Link Up Yorkshire Collieries, 161
  • - Ship Coaling Record in New South Wales, Harbour, 241
  • - South African Coal,Output for March, 625
  • - South Australian Government Investigating Possibilities of Utilising Brown Coal, 625
  • - South Wales Coalfield, Support of Underground Workings, 105
  • - Spitzbergen Coal Production, Anticipations for this Season's Output, 545
  • - Stone Dusting in Coal Mines, Best Materials for, 189
  • - United States Collieries, Fatality Rate Statistics, 15
  • - Valuable New Seam of Coal in the Ere wash Valley, 105
  • - Victorian State Coal Mine at Wonthaggi, Estimate of Coal Still in Mine, 625
  • - Winslow, Possibility of Coal Mining Near, 517
  • - World's Record for a Day's Coal Output, 161
  • - World's Record Broken, 327
  • - Yorkshire Collieries, Meeting Underground of Two Sets of Workers, 299
  • "COALITE" as Motor Fuel Tested and Triumph over Imported Spirit, 353
  • Cochin Harbour Development Loan, 189
  • Commercial Developments in Europe, Ten Lectures at City of London College, 27
  • Commercial Motor Vehicles Parade, Thorny- croft Successes, 435, 447
  • Company Registered as Limited by Guarantee and Not Having a Capital, 517
  • Compressed Air Explosions, 189
  • Concrete Houses and .Cement Factory, 201
  • Concrete Vessels Rendered Impervious to Acid by German Process, 77
  • Consulting Engineers, Association of, Annual Dinner, 393
  • Copper, Conductivity of Crystallised Form of, Compared with that of Pure Electrolytic Copper, 241
  • Copper Discovery in Newfoundland, 15
  • Copper Mines, Congo-Rhodesia Borderland, Predictions as to Value, 105
  • Copper Ore Prospecting in Algeria, 15
  • Copper Ores from the Belgian Congo, Electrolytic Treatment, 381
  • Copper Output Increased from Katanga, Congo, 15
  • Copper-Steel Alloy as Possible Non-corrosive Transmission Line Pole, 461
  • Corrosion Institute in America, 517
  • Corrosion, Nature and Prevention of, 117
  • Corrosion Ravages, Effort to Check, by Formation of New American Institute, 489
  • Crane, 80-Ton Floating, for Lyttleton, N.Z., Harbour Board, 545
  • Creosoting Plant in Alberta, Output of, 47
  • CRYSTAL PALACE OLD STUDENTS' SOCIETY:
  • - Annual Dinner, 557
  • Cyanide in Mysore, Electrical Plant for Production

D

  • DAM, Experimental Arch, in Southern California, 625
  • Dar-es-Salaam Wharf Facilities to be Improved, 15
  • Death of Mr. W. W. Bradfield, 353
  • Death of Professor Henry M. Lamb, 461
  • Delco-Remy and Hyatt, Ltd., Staff Dinner, 473
  • DEPARTMENT OF SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH :
  • - Fuel Research Board :
  • -- Technical Paper No. 10 Continues Report on Carbonisation of Coal, andc., 47
  • -- Technical Paper No. 12, Heating of Rooms, 709
  • -- Third Memorandum, 653
  • Dictionaries, Illustrated Technical, British Office Opened for Schlomann--Oldenbourg Series, 230
  • Distilling Plant for Treating Shale in Tasmania, 241
  • Dock, New Graving, at Durban, 189
  • Docks, Graving and Floating, at Vancouver Island, 545
  • Doncaster Corporation Allotments for Numerous Schemes, 545
  • Douglas Motor Cycle's Climbing Feat, 381
  • Dredging Fleet on the St. Lawrence River, 681
  • Drop-stamped Railway Wheels, 557
  • Dry Dock, Large New Proposed, at Launceston, Tasmania, 77
  • Duralumin, Die-stamping, H. A. Whiteley, 189
  • Durban Harbour Entrance Improvement, Recommendations, 545
  • Dust Removal in Briquetting Plants, Electrical Compared with Water Cleaning, 407
  • Dust Removal from Potters' Shops, 573

E

  • EBBW VALE Ironstone Mines, Reopening, 215
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS:
  • - Alternating Currents in Sheathed Cables, Losses Involved in Distribution, 489
  • - Automatic Rotary Converter Sub-station, Third Completed in Durban, 545
  • - Berlin, Proposed New Electric Power Station, 681
  • - Birmingham's Profit on Electric Supply, 653
  • - Botany, N.S. Wales, Suggested as Site for New Power-house, 625
  • - Buenos Aires Projected Big Electric Power Installation, 709
  • - Cable between Vancouver and Fiji to be Doubled, 161
  • - Canada, Big New Power Plant and Transmission Line to Winnipeg, 15
  • - Canadian Montmorency Power Company, Projected 6000 H.P. Development, 407
  • - Capetown, New Generating Station for, 625
  • - Chinese Government, Shansi Province, to Erect Steam-electric Power Plants, 709
  • - Darlington Electricity Undertaking, Output and Working Cost, 105
  • - Earth Connection, American Method of Making, 241
  • - Electrical Industry and Prices in Prussia, Poor Trade, 105
  • - Electric Main Underground Haulage, 517
  • - Electricity Production by Public Utility Power Plants in 1924, 709
  • - Explosions in Electrical Conduits and Sodium Salt, 517
  • - Farms' Need of Electric Power and Excessive Cost of Application, 545
  • - Fireproofing Medium for Protection of Switchboard Wire, 625
  • - Halifax and Huddersfield Electricity Undertakings, Linking-up Scheme Proposed, 435
  • - Huddersfield and Halifax Corporation Power Plants, 461
  • - Insulated Electric Wire, Flame-proofing by Selenium, 299
  • - Insulating Varnish for Prevention of Flashovers, 489
  • - International Conference in Paris, on Extra High-tension Systems, 327
  • - Johannesburg Power Station Cooling Towers, 85
  • - Measuring Tape and Live Circuits, Protective Apparatus, 161
  • - Million-Volt Arc, 326
  • - Motors, Large, for Rolling Mill Drive, 461
  • - Mysore, Generation of Power from Gersoppa Falls, 15
  • - New Electric Lighting Plant at Agra, 681
  • - New York Edison Company's Projected 700,000-K.W. Generating Station, 625, 653
  • - Plympton, Divided Opinion as to Erection of Power-house, 599
  • - Power-house Extension at Bendigo, Victoria, 133
  • - Power Line Interference with Radio Broadcast Reception, 241
  • - Power Plant, Large, for Alaskan-Canadian Border, 435
  • - Power Plants Used in Danish Agriculture, 686
  • - Power Supply for Siddick Colliery, 517
  • - Power Transmission, 100,000-Volt, to be Brought Across the Narrows, Puget Sound, 381
  • - Prague and Kolin, Laying Long-distance Cable, 161
  • - Rural Electrification in Michigan, 381
  • - Shawinigan Company's Power Development on Batiscan River, Quebec, 77
  • - Snake River, Idaho, Survey with View to Power Development, 381
  • - South Africa and Electricity Supply, Interruptions by Lightning, 681
  • - Steam-driven Large Power Station to Replace Tokyo Stations Destroyed by Earthquake, 269
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS {continued'):
  • - Tafjord Power Development Scheme in Norway, 161
  • - Traffic Control by Spot-lighting Apparatus, Experiment in Leicester, 435
  • - Transformer Load, Device for Indicating, While in Motion, 545
  • - Trichinopoly, Small Electrical Power Supply for, 133
  • - Trolley Omnibuses to Supersede Electric Trams in Singapore, 105
  • - Trucks, Electric, Charging Facilities for, 327
  • - Tunnel under Ben Nevis to Carry Water for New Power-house, 269
  • - Turbo-alternator, 5000-K.W., Metropolitan- Vickers, for Durban, 681
  • - Turbo-generator, 7500-K.W. Set for Wolverhampton, 489
  • - Walsall Electric Supply, Charges Reduced in Consequence of Low Cost, 299
  • - Warwick Electricity for Coventry, 133
  • - Water-tube Boilers, Vickers-Spearing, for Bloemfontein Power Station, 407
  • - West Bromwich Electricity Department, New Showrooms and Stores, 461
  • - Worksop Electric Power Plant Extension, 653
  • - Yellow River Power Development Scheme, 709
  • ELECTRO-FARMING, 442
  • Engine, Double-acting Marine Oil, Largest Built in Great Britain, 461
  • Engineering Standards—see British
  • Engineers in Canada, Overcrowded and Inexperienced Profession, 241
  • Engineers and Chemists, Status of, 89
  • Esquimalt Dry Dock, 447
  • EXHIBITIONS:
  • - Augsburg, Germany, Historical Model Exhibition in Water Power and Pumping, 625
  • - Basle, 1925 International Exhibition, 89
  • - Basle, 1926 International Exhibition, 169
  • - Birmingham and Midland Building and Allied Trades’ Exhibition, 517
  • - Faraday’s Discovery of Benzene, Exhibition to Commemorate Centenary, 709
  • - Grenoble, International Exhibition at, 461
  • - Institute of Patentees, Third Exhibition, 112, 133
  • - International Trade Exhibition at New Orleans, 573
  • - Manchester Ironmongery Exhibition, 435
  • - Marine and Small Craft Exhibition and Congress, 201
  • - Model Railway Club Exhibition, 461
  • - Radio Apparatus Exhibition at Zurich, 681
  • - Radio Exhibition in Oslo, 653
  • - Turin, National Exhibition of Chemistry, 293
  • - Turning in Wood and Metal, Specimens, Thirty-eighth Exhibition, 461
  • - Wembley Exhibition, Palace of Engineering, Housing, Display of Methods and Materials, Heating, Transport, 100 Years’ Progress, 215
  • EXPLOSION, Unusual, of Tar Heater, 269
  • Explosion, Very Unusual, of Steam Receiver, 77
  • Explosion, Very Violent, in American Mine, Night Shift of Thirty-four Men Killed, 435
  • Explosion of Water-tube Boiler, 653

F

  • FACTORY near Melbourne to Produce 50 Tons, of Fibre Weekly from Bark, 105
  • Failure of Hillside Reservoir in Ayshire, 461
  • Faraday House, Annual Scholarship Examinations, 176, 447
  • - Old Students' Association, Annual Smoking Concert, 440, 529
  • - Scholarship and Prize Awards, 447
  • Faraday Society--see Associations
  • Faroe Islands, Seven New Harbours in Course of Construction, 189
  • Fatalities Due to Carbon Monoxide from Want of Proper Care with Gas, 299
  • Federation of British Industries and Others Ask Railway Companies for Reduction, 443
  • Fighting Fogs and Smoke, 143
  • Fire-fighting Appliances in Japan, 173
  • Fire Float for Hong Kong Government, 435
  • Fire Resistance of Concrete Columns, Tests of, 653
  • Fish Canning Factory Suggested for Tasmania, 47
  • Fish Escalator for Salmon and Trout Spawning, Experimental, 161
  • Floating Islands, Four French, as Bases for Aerial Transport, 461
  • Floors with Joists Embedded in Concrete, Great Superiority of, 133
  • Floors Settlement Detection by Ingenious Device, 15
  • Folkestone Harbour Steamboat Piers Roofed, 77
  • Foochow Company's Projected Hydro-electric Power Plant on the Min River, 599
  • Forest Planting in Victoria, 15
  • Forging Machine Dies, Steel for, E. R. Frost, 189
  • Frozen Meat for Spain, 105
  • Fuel in Central Canada, Developing Coke Industry, 653
  • Fuel Economies, Various Ways of Saving Coal, 599
  • Fuel Research--see Department

G

  • GAS Engine Breakdowns and Connecting-rod Bolts, 105
  • Gas Used at Wembley, Enormous Amount, 709
  • Gas versus Electrical Undertakings, Gas Shareholders' Troubles, 269
  • Gas versus Electricity in Stepney, 709
  • Genoa's Commercial Importance Rivalling that of Marseilles, 269
  • Geological Museum Moved to Secure Safety in Foundations, 353
  • German Machine Tool Convention Renewed, 353
  • German Machinery Works, New, in China, 15 German Tube Trade Syndicate, 573
  • Glasgow Technical College Benefactions, 241
  • Glass Factory, Large New, in Pas-de-Calais, 269
  • Glue "Pearls" Manufacture, 161
  • Gold Mine, Regina, in Canada, Projected Reopening, 381
  • Gold Mines, Cost of Winding Ore, 15
  • Gold Production from Mercury, Experiments, 599
  • Gold from Witwatersrand, Total Output, 299
  • Grain Elevator, Another Million-bushel, for Canada, 517
  • Grain-handling Wharves, Manchester Ship Canal, 100
  • Grand Falls Project in New Brunswick, 545
  • Grangemouth Six Dock Gates, Repaired and Replaced, 653
  • Great Britain's One and a-half Men and Public Ownership, 140
  • Great Lakes Water Levels, Serious Lowering, 625
  • Great North Road Improvement, 133
  • Greenock Harbour and Garvel Graving Dock, 15
  • Gum Swamp Products, Projected Utilisation of, 327
  • Gutta-percha Estate Development in Sumatra, 105

H

  • HEAD Lamps, Motor Car, Reduced Size to Avoid Glare, 407
  • Heating Paper Machine Rolls, Electric Steam Generators for, 659
  • Helium-oxygen Mixtures and Decompression for Divers and other Workers, 299
  • Holiday Pay Plan at Fort Dunlop, 189
  • Holyhead Development as a Herring Port, 681
  • Hungarian Customs Tariff on Imports,.47
  • Huxley Lecture, Professor E. B. Poult on, Huxley Centenary Celebrations, 447
  • Hydraulic Turbines of Niagara Falls Power Company, Accident to, 15
  • Hydro-electric Development in Canada, 77
  • Hydro-electric Plant, Novel Type, for China, 653
  • Hydro-electric Plant, Reported Largest in South America, 653
  • Hydro-electric Power, Control of Export, by Canadian Government, 709
  • Hydro-electric Power in Ontario, Needed Expenditure for New Plant, 299

I

  • ICE Cover to Protect from Ice, 161
  • India and Millwall Docks Improvement, 517
  • Indicating Instruments in Boiler-rooms, Method of Keeping them Clean, 215
  • Institutes and Institutions--see Associations
  • Insulating Material, "Poured-in-place-on-the-Job," 709
  • Irish Free State Investigation of Question of Crude Alcohol Production for Power Purposes, 461
  • IRON AND STEEL :
  • - Blast-furnace About 1748, Halfpenny Token Portrait of Ironmaster, 77
  • - Blast-furnace Output Affected by Shape of Hearth, 353
  • - China, New Loan Required for Largest Ironworks, 599
  • - Commercial Carbon and Alloy Steels, Temperature Changes, 299
  • - Egryn Manganese Ore Mines near Barmouth Reopened, 47
  • - Extrusion Process for Iron and Steel, R. Genders, 47
  • - German Steel Works and Rolling Mills, Projected Erection in Bochum, 47
  • - Hacksaw Blades and Tungsten Steel, 47
  • - Heavy Cast Iron Fly-wheels Cut up by Acetylene Blow-pipe, 545
  • - Iron in Antiquity, Dr. J. Newton Friend, 215
  • - Iron Mines in Italy, War-time Feat, 327
  • - Iron Trades Employers' Insurance Association, 573
  • - Manganese Investigations in Banffshire, 681
  • - NATIONAL FEDERATION OF IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURERS :
  • -- Pig Iron and Steel Production in December, 105
  • -- Pig Iron and Steel Production in January, 215
  • -- Pig Iron and Steel Production in February, 353
  • -- Pig Iron and Steel Production in March, 489
  • -- Pig Iron and Steel Production in April, 569
  • -- Pig Iron and Steel Production in May, 681
  • - New Zealand Customs Decision Regarding British Possessions Iron and Steel, 161
  • - Ontario, Large Steel Works, but no Iron Ore Mining, 517
  • - Pig Iron at Sabara, Brazil, Increased Output, 299
  • - Polono-Upper Silesian Iron and Steel Cartell, 435
  • - Record Blast-furnace Output at South Manchurian Works, 407
  • - Record Rolling of Steel Rails in Canada, 521
  • - Rhodesia as Leading Producer in the World of Chrome Iron Ore, 625
  • - Seamless Hollow Steel Balls for Bearings, 133
  • - South Africa, Large Percentage of Iron in Ore Deposits, 77
  • - Sponge Iron Experiments by United States Bureau of Mines, 215
  • - Sponge Iron Production in Utah, U.S.A., 517
  • - Stainless Steel, Mild, New Process for Production, H. S. Primrose, 15
  • - Steel Manufacturing Plant Transfer from Kobe to South Manchuria, 133
  • - Steel Production Direct from Iron Ore, Two Experimental Methods, 215
  • - Sydney Steel Plant, Nova Scotia, Record Output, 381
  • - Tasmania, Electric Smelting of Iron and Steel, Company Formed for, 653
  • - Welded Steel Pipe Factory Opened at Williamstown, Victoria, 133
  • - Wellingborough Urban Council Reduces Royalties on Ironstone to Prevent Stoppage of Blast-furnaces, 709
  • IRON AND STEEL (continued):
  • - Working Stress for Structural Steel, American Engineer’s Recommendation, 189
  • IRRIGATION Project in Malabar, 681
  • Italy, and International Telephone Installations, 407

J

  • JAPAN’S Synthetic Ammonia Capacity by Casale Process, 517
  • Journal of the Royal Technical College, Glasgow, 419

K

  • KHYBER, 19 Miles Ropeway to be Sold, 709
  • Kovno, Russia, Tenders Invited for Locomotive Spare Parts, 599
  • Krupps, Contradicted Report of Factory near Dublin, 599

L

  • LAMP, Combination Oil and Safety, 327
  • Lamps, Factory Turning Out 2000 Daily, 77
  • Lantern Slides Illustrating Stothert and Pitt’s Cranes, Winches, Pumps, andc., for Loan, 249
  • Lead Mines in Flintshire to be Reopened, 653
  • Lead Mines of Upper Teesdale, New Company for Working, 599
  • Leicester Street-cleansing Proposals, 379
  • Leith Dock Extension, Government Assistance, 77
  • Libraries, Special, and Information Bureaux, Financial Support for, 489
  • Lift and Crane Makers’ Association, General Meeting, 256
  • Lignite Carboniser, Hopeful Results Expected from its Use, 15
  • Lignite Industry in Germany, Dust Removal in Briquetting Plants, 599
  • Lime-burning and Slaking, 517
  • Liquid Fuel, Investigation of New Method of Obtaining, 573
  • Liquid Fuel and Scottish Shale Oil, Dr. C. H. Lander, 489
  • Locomotive for Underground Haulage, Electric, Official Tests for, Prize Offered, 489
  • L.C.C. and Lambeth Bridge Design, 599
  • Lopulco Pulverised Fuel Plant, Largest in the Empire, 672
  • Loughborough College, Annual Presentation Day, 585
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation—-see Coal

M

  • McGILL University, Montreal, Engineering Curriculum Improvement Sought, 599
  • Machine Tool Trades' Association Dinner, 311
  • Madras Harbour, New Shipping Berths, 77
  • Magnesite, Cartel Formed of Works to Control 99 per Cent, of European Output, 299
  • Magnesium Oxychloride for Binding Woody or Fibrous Material, Excels as Flooring and Very Inexpensive, 625
  • Manchester Steam Users' Association, Seventieth Annual Report, 337
  • Manganese--see Iron and Steel
  • Marine Flanges--see British-Engineering
  • Maw, Dr. W. H., Publication of Biography of, 489
  • Metallic Sodium and Red Phosphorus, Projected Manufacture in Norway, 105
  • Metric System Established in Netherlands East Indies, 262
  • Middlesbrough's Application for Loan for Petrol-electric Trolley Vehicles, 381
  • Mineral Deposits in Anatolia and Branch Line of the Baghdad Railway, 299
  • Mines, Devices to Prevent Over-winding, W. L. Grassham, 435
  • Mines Explosives, British, Tested by American Official Tests, 133
  • Mines, Fire-damp and Electric Cutting in, Accident Prevention Suggestions, 386
  • Mine Rescue Oxygen Breathing Apparatus, Training of Miners, 327
  • Mint, Royal, Coinage Statistics, 47
  • Monasite Sand Discovery in Tasmania, 133
  • Montreal New Dry Dock Projected, 407
  • Motor Car Importation into India, 653
  • Motor Cycle Efficiency Due to Scientific Research, 353
  • Motor Fuels, Problems of Supply, Professor J. S. S. Brame, 545
  • Motor Manufacturers' and Traders' Society, Meeting and Elections, 721
  • Motor Omnibus Popularity in Shanghai, 15
  • Moving Three-storey House, 653

N

  • NAILS, Holding Power of, Its Importance in Wood Construction, 241
  • National Physical Laboratory and Weights Verification, 517
  • National Screw Thread Commission (America), Report Revision, 545
  • Natural Gas in Canada, Greatly Increased Value of Production, 113, 517
  • Natural Gas Transmission Systems, Efficiency Investigation, 353
  • Newcastle Quay, Additional Berths, 133
  • New Caledonia Exports, 1924, 625
  • Newfoundland Public Works, Reconditioning,
  • New South Wales Increase in Factories and Plant, also in Value of Land and Buildings 564
  • New South Wales, 25,000 H.P. Plant at Junction of Two Rivers, 215
  • New South Wales, Proposed Floating Dock, 435
  • New South Wales Water Conservation Schemes, 407
  • New Zealand's Additional Irrigation Schemes, 545
  • New Zealand, Arapuni Hydro-electric Scheme, 161
  • Niagara River, Details of New Bridge Over, 607
  • Nickel Welding, Possible in Certain Conditions, 77
  • Nitro-glycerine the Only Suitable Explosive for Shooting Oil Wells, 15
  • Nitro-glycerine, Possible Substitute for, 15
  • Norton and Gregory Engineering Scholarships, 541
  • Norway as Aluminium Producer, 381
  • Norway, Carbide Factory Furnace for Cyanamide Manufacture, 517
  • Nottingham's Projected New Bridge Over the Trent, 381

O

  • OIL Burner Soot, Danger from Salts Content, 47
  • Oil Cracking Plant at Baku, 517
  • Oil Distillery at La Plata being Rapidly Completed, 709
  • Oilfield Emulsions, Method Used for Dehydration, D. B. Dow, 681
  • Oil-fired Boilers and Oil Temperature, 198
  • Oil Found near Chittagong, 653
  • Oil as Fuel, Disadvantages of Any Water Content, 573
  • Oil Pipe Line, Acetylene Welded, Highly Successful on Test, 189
  • Oil from Shale, Refineries to be Established at Shansi, China, 709
  • Oil Shale, Valuable, Overlaying Colliery Main Seam in Manchuria, 15
  • Oil Storage Plant at Toronto for Fuel Supply to Vessels on the Great Lakes, 133
  • "Old Cromptonians" Association Dinner, 579
  • Ontario Hydro-electric Power Commission, New Power Development Scheme, 327
  • Ontario Hydro-electric Power Commission--see also St. Lawrence River
  • Ontario Hydro-electric Scheme for Diverting Waters of the Albany River, 105
  • Ontario Power Shortage Feared, Steam Plant Called for, 299
  • Oyster Shells for Manufacture of Portland Cement, 15
  • Oxy-acetylene Cut, Heat Effect of, 625

P

  • PARKING Motor Cars Beneath Hyde Park Sydney, N.S.W., 57
  • Patent Applications Decrease, 15
  • Patent Rights Applications, 681
  • Patentees, Institute of, Third Annual Exhibition, 112,133
  • Petrol in Starting Gas Engines, Necessary Precautions in Use, 599
  • Petroleum Production of Venezuela, 47
  • Petroleum, World's Supply and its Waste, 327
  • Photo-chemical Reactions in Liquids and Gases, 693
  • Pile Deterioration, Unusual Case, 681
  • Plantation Destruction, Midland Reafforesting Association Wound Up, 653
  • Plaster on Metal Lath for Fire Protection of Structural Steel Work, 517
  • Platinum and Allied Metals, British Empire and Foreign Countries, Production, 681
  • Platinum Discovery in the Rustenburg District, South Africa, 299
  • Platinum Reef Discovery in the Transvaal, 573
  • Platinum Trust, Ural, Refining Works Progress and Expectations, 241
  • Plumbago Trade of Ceylon and Madagascar, 327
  • Portland Cement Production in New South Wales, 517
  • Portuguese Chamber's Exemption of Certain Material from Customs Duty, 353
  • Portuguese Colonies General Agency at Lisbon, 407
  • Pressure, Horizontal, Effect of Experiments, 241
  • Pulp and Paper Mill Projected near Quebec, 47
  • Pupin, Dr. Michael I., Scientific Appointment, 161
  • Pyrites Depdsit in Sweden, Probable Formation of Company to Work, 435

Q

  • QUEBEC Development Company, Hydroelectric Plant Starting Work, 77
  • Quebec, Prize Award for New Bridge, 407
  • Queensland Bridge Wrecked for the Third Time, 435

R

  • RADIUM Research Laboratory in Washington,
  • RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS :
  • - Accidents :
  • -- Accidents in 1924, Statistics, 77
  • -- Bordeaux to Paris Express, Fatal Derailment, 381
  • -- Broken Tire on an Express, 77
  • -- Buffer Stop Collision at Glasgow, Severe, 133, 161, 517
  • -- Canada, Train Accident Statistics, 1924, 461
  • -- Charing Cross Loop Accident, Motorman Not to Blame, 489
  • -- Collision of Engines After Bridge Testing, Goole and Selby Line, 352, 517
  • -- Criterion of Safety, the Number of Accidents Rather than of Fatalities, 709
  • -- Derailment at Lytham, Another Fatality, 105
  • -- Derailments and Collisions Compared, 709
  • -- Disastrous Derailment of Special Train near Rockport, U.S.A., 709
  • -- Engine Equipment Failures, 189
  • -- Fatal Accident from Broken Coupling, 483
  • -- Fatal Derailment on Rhymney Section, Great Western Railway, 47, 407
  • -- Fog Causes Death of Driver, 105
  • RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):
  • - Accidents {continued):
  • -- Goods Train Fatal Buffer Stop Collision at Luddendenfoot, 381
  • -- Haymarket, Edinburgh, Accident Trial, Driver Acquitted, 161, 241
  • -- Konisberg-Berlin Express Disaster, 545
  • -- Letterkenny and Burtonport Railway, Owencarrow, Fatal Accident due to Wind, 161 ; Inquest Result, 189 ; Report, 333
  • -- Light Engine Collision in a Fog, 105
  • -- Passenger Train Wholly Derailed, 299
  • -- Preston Station Fatal Accident Report, 241
  • -- Previous Accidents Recalled, 573
  • -- Prosecution for Attempted Entry of Train in Motion, 215
  • -- Report on Collision at Cogan, Great Western Railway, 653
  • -- Roof-repairing Accident, Fatal, at Manchester, Report on, 653
  • -- Safety First and Accident Reductions, 215
  • -- Train, Whole of, Leaves Rails at Lostock Junction, 47, 439
  • -- Trains Overthrown by Gales, 215
  • -- United States Accident Statistics, Comparatively Satisfactory Figures, 625
  • -- Workman's Ticket, Accident Liability, 189
  • - Algeria, New Railway, 327
  • - Appointments and Staff Changes, 15, 77, 105, 133, 215, 224, 327, 339, 435, 545, 709
  • - Arbitration, Compulsory, Decision Against; 189
  • - Automatic Signalling, Economy of, 15
  • - Automatic Signalling a Pronounced Success, H. A. Watson, 189
  • - Automatic Train Control Apparatus, Organised Sales of, 105
  • - Automatic Train Control, Difference of Opinion, 241
  • - Ballycastle Railway Transference, 15
  • - Barcelona and Electric Railways, Level Crossings and Street Railway Traffic Suppressed, 443
  • - Belgian Congo Railway Electrification, 161
  • - Board of Trade Requirements, New List, 265
  • - Bolivar, Department of (Colombia), Central Railway Construction Projected, 381
  • - Bombay Harbour Electrical Service Opened, G.I.P. Railway, 161, 189
  • - Brazil, State of Sergipe, Embarking on Railway and Canal Construction, 77
  • - Bridge, Memorial, Across the Hudson River, 105
  • - Bridge, New, at Niagara Falls, Michigan Central Railway, 299
  • - Canadian National Railways, Branch Line Construction from Macanik to Rouyn, 353, 517
  • - Canadian National Railways, Branch Lines, 299
  • - Canadian National Railways, List of New Lines Decided Upon, 599
  • - Canadian National Railways' Report, 517
  • - Canadian Pacific Railway, Lining Tunnel 5 Miles in Length, 517
  • - Canadian Railways, Demand for Abolition of Costly Duplication, 545
  • - Canal Legislation Not Contemplated, 435
  • - Canals (Continuation of Charging Powers), Bill, 15
  • - Capital and Revenue, Which Should Pay Cost of Betterment, 407
  • - Cattle and Sheep Conveyance by Road and Railway, 517
  • - Central London and City (South London) Railways, Completion of Bank Station Alterations, 573
  • - Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, Bankruptcy of, 381
  • - China, Szepingkai-Taonan Railway, 77
  • - Chinese Railway Extension in Honan Province, 709
  • - City and South London Extension Sections, Accuracy of Measurements, 405
  • - City and South London Railway, Pneumatically Opened Doors, 215
  • - Clapham-Tooting Section of Morden Extension, Underground Company, 105
  • - Code Words for Correspondence as well as Telegraphy on Certain Railways, 387
  • - Coppernob Locomotive as Exhibit, 545
  • - Cost of Living and Increased Pay for Railwaymen, 15
  • - Cost of Some Railway Projects in and near London, 461
  • - Death of Mr. J. E. Charnley, 241
  • - Death of Mr. John Davies, 435
  • - Death of Mr. James Holden, 625
  • - Death of Mr. Logan McPherson, 435
  • - Delaware and Hudson Railway Car Shops, Immunity from Accident to Employees, 407
  • - Divisional or Departmental Railway Control, 581
  • - Dukeries Proposed Railways, Great Opposition, 241, 299
  • - Dutch Railways, Petrol-driven Motor Carriages for Certain Lines, 489
  • - Ecuadorian Government, New Railway, 435
  • - Egyptian State Railway Freight Wagons Order, 517
  • - Egyptian State Railways Inviting Tenders for Steel Coaches and Bridge, 545, 625
  • - Egyptian State Railways, New River Steamer Required, 407
  • - Egyptian State Railways, Tenders Invited, 15
  • - Egyptian State Railways, Tenders for 400 Goods Trucks Wanted, 299
  • - Electric Locomotives, New Typo Becoming Popular in America, 625
  • - Electric Tramway to Connect San Lorenzo and El Libano, Colombia, 105
  • - Electrification of Railways, Doubtful Advantage of, 189
  • - Engine Exchange between Two Railways for Testing Purposes, 407
  • - Engineer and Railway Staff Corps, Men's Misconceptions, 133
  • - Freeland, Major-General Sir Harry, Retirement, 653
  • - George Stephenson Locomotive of 1823 Sent to Take Part in Railway Centenary Celebrations, 681
  • - German Railways' Administrative Board, Appointment, 625
  • - German Railways and Competition with River Shipping Companies, 489
  • RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):
  • - German Train Telephonic Service, 406
  • - Glasgow Tramway Material from United States, 489
  • - Goldfields Traffic in Canada, 353, 517
  • - Government Surplus Locomotives Bought by Several Railways, 653
  • - Great Western Railway :
  • -- Agreement Arrangements with Regard to Reduction of Staff, 681
  • -- Automatic Control System, 241
  • -- Branch Lines, Non-paying and Possible Closing, 299
  • -- Coal Trade, Export, Serious Effect of its Condition on the Railway, 704
  • -- Electric Lighting on the Railway, 299
  • -- Gross Receipts and Decreased Rates, Increased Wages Percentage of Expenditure, 269
  • -- National Union of Railwaymen and Reduction of South Wales Staff, 545
  • -- Oxley and Kingswinsford New Line Opened, 573
  • -- Paddington - Plymouth Fast Afternoon Trains to be Restored, 214
  • -- Safety First on the Great Western, 215
  • -- Signals, Battery-operated, 600 Installed, 215
  • -- Summer Train Service, Opening Antedated, 625
  • -- Time-saving by Through Running of Engines, 105
  • -- Torquay and Paignton Station Platforms, Arrangement, 215
  • - Guard's Look-out Window on Passenger Trains, 278
  • - Halwill-Torrington Railway Opening, 461
  • - Headlamps of Locomotives and Road Vehicles, 407
  • - Holyhead Inner Harbour Deepening Completed, 299
  • - Indian Government Railway Department, Change in Bridge Rules, 77
  • - Indian Railway Accident Statistics, 407
  • - Indian Railway Budget, Proposed Capital Expenditure, 327
  • - Irish Free State Railway Combination, 353
  • - Ishover Light Railway Opened for Public Traffic, 435
  • - Italian Railwaymenís Offering to British Railwaymen at Centenary Celebrations, 431
  • - Jubilee of Newark Brake Trials, 625
  • - Khyber Railway, India, Construction and Progress, 573
  • - Labour Leaders' Joint Conference, Agreement Doubtful, Mr. J. H. Thomas' Views, 653
  • - Listowel Mono-railway, Dismantling, 105
  • - Locomotive Manufacturers' Association, Condition of Industry Pronounced Desperate, 681
  • - Locomotives, Cluj, 122
  • - London, Midland and Scottish Railway :
  • -- Appointment of President, 517
  • -- Closed Stations, Demand for Reopening, 133
  • -- Coal Tips at Garston Docks, Increase of Capacity, 545
  • -- Cranes, Two 50-Ton Overhead Travelling, for Horwich Ordered, 77
  • -- Crewe Locomotive Works, Important Alterations and Additions, 381
  • -- Derby and Wolverton Works, Rapid Work in Assembling Rolling Stock, 269
  • -- Electrification Schemes, New Department, 327
  • -- Engines and Rolling Stock Ordered from Five Firms, 77
  • -- Euston to Glasgow Night Express Divided to Travel to Different Stations, 681
  • -- Excursion Trains with Restaurant at Inclusive Fares, 632
  • -- Fleetwood Boat Train Alteration, 241
  • -- Goods Stations Booklet with Map Issued, 133
  • -- Horwich Locomotive Works Busy, 133 10,000 Locomotives Renumbered, 161, 241
  • -- Permanent Way Diversion on to New Bridge, Leeds-Holbeck, 489
  • -- Rivalry with London and North-Eastern, 353
  • -- St. Pancras and Bradford Express, 215
  • -- Sherwood Forest, Railway Proposal Withdrawn, Joint Railway Projected, 353, 435
  • -- Sir Guy Granetís Remarks, 327
  • -- Turbine Steamer, Glen Sannox, 507
  • - London and North-Eastern Railway :
  • -- Bill for Proposed Railway from Nottingham to Retford, 381 ; Scheme Withdrawn and Joint Railway Projected, 435
  • -- Cambridge Railway Station, Extensive Alterations Started, 133
  • -- Escalators at Liverpool-street, 599
  • -- Great Northern Section Suburban Lines Electrification Question, 489
  • -- Harwich Boat Expresses, Coach Improvements, 461
  • -- Harrogate Pullmanís Change of Route, 545
  • -- Hull, Level Crossings Abolition, 653
  • -- Hull Corporation and Level Crossings, Scheme Agreed Upon, 599
  • -- King's Cross and Bradford Express, 215
  • -- Parliamentary Fight Probable with London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 353
  • -- Presentation of Relics of Early Railway to L. and N.E. Museum, 353
  • -- Punctuality Shown by Train Run Records, 599
  • -- Railway in the Dukeries, Rival Bills, 241
  • -- "Sheffield Pullman's" Change of Route, 353
  • -- Sunday Travel, Chairman's Views on Public Demand, 635
  • - London Underground Railways, New Electrical Equipment Programme, 327
  • - London Underground Railways, New Escalators, 492
  • - Londonderry and Lough Swilly Railway, Financial Trouble, 573
  • - Madras Suburbs' Railway Lines Improvement, 517
  • - Madrid, Proposed Central Railway Station, 299
  • - Madrid, Proposed Further Facilities. 435
  • RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):
  • - Madrid Railway and Station Construction, 461
  • - Manchester, Victoria and Exchange Stations Alterations, 573
  • - Maritzburg-Glencoe Section of Natal Main Line Electrification Cost, 299
  • - Metropolitan and Great Central Joint Line Automatic Signals, 46
  • - Metropolitan Railway Dividend, 189
  • - Ministry of Transport:
  • -- Application for Power to Construct New Line made by London Electric Railways Company, 269
  • -- Automatic Train Control, Experts Examining the Question, Accident Inspectors' Recommendations, 269
  • -- Bridges, Difficulty for Highway Authorities, 47
  • -- Debate on the Vote for the Ministry, Differing Views as to Progress of Electrification, 625
  • -- Light Railway Order for Liverpool, 681
  • -- Live Wire or Live Rail in Railway Electrification, 461
  • -- Ministry's Railway Statistics for September, 1924, 15 ; for October, 133 ; for December, 353
  • -- Preliminary Statement, 435
  • -- Railway Returns for 1924, Passenger and Freight Statistics, 133
  • -- Railway Results for January, 1925, 488
  • -- Railway Results for February, 1925, 653
  • -- Railway Results for March, 1925, 709
  • -- Pneumatically Operated Doors on London Tube Railways, 461
  • -- South-East London and Railway Facilities, Minister's Reply to Deputations, 269
  • - Motor Omnibuses to Replace Tramways in America Reported, 709
  • - National Union of Railwaymen :
  • -- All-grades Programme and the Companies, 327, 573
  • -- Coal Trade of South Wales, Necessity of Reduction in Wages Bill, Proposals to Men, 489, 545
  • -- National Union and Craft Unions, 573
  • -- National Union of Railwaymen, Fatuous Ideas of Ex-President, 381
  • -- National Wages Board and Sunday Work Claims, 133
  • - New South Wales Railways, Fay-Raven Report, 241
  • - New Year Honours for Railwaymen, 47
  • - New Zealand Railways' Administration, Commissioners' Recommendations, 15
  • - Niagara River, Proposed New Railway Bridge Over, 435
  • - North Swedish Coast, Progress of Railway, 461
  • - North-Western Quebec, New Railways to Tap Rich Gold Area, 353 ; Refusal of Right of Way, 517
  • - Northern Parliament Powers and the Bally- castle Railway, 15
  • - Nova Scotia, Automatic Control, New Invention, Company Formed, 353
  • - P.L.M., New Line in Algeria, 47
  • - Peace River Country, Alberta, Settlement, Railway Prospects, 161
  • - Pekin Tramcar Company's Third Route, 435
  • - Persian Concession for New Line from Teheran to Tabriz, 132
  • - Piccadilly-circus New Station and Subways, 215
  • - Platform Automatic Indicators, New Installations, 407
  • - Poland and Yugo-slavia, Direct Railway Conference, 435
  • - Polish Coal Mining District, Long-distance Electric Tramway Construction, 269
  • - Power Brakes and Appliances, American Investigation, 215
  • - Quebec, North-Western, Undeveloped Area to be Opened up by New Railway, 15, 47
  • - Rail-testing on Boston Elevated Railroad, Results, 161
  • - Railway Material Exports Statistics, 161, 269, 327, 435, 573, 681
  • - Railwaymen's Unions and Demands, 133, 327
  • - Railway Rates Tribunal:
  • -- Capital Works, Extravagance of Competitive Schemes, 681
  • -- Economies in Railway Working, 649
  • -- Schedules of Standard Charges, Speeding- up Settlement, 489
  • -- Standard Charges Settlement, 189
  • -- Standard Revenue, Basis of Agreement, 517
  • - Railway Trestles in Time of Floods, F. M. Holmquist, 327
  • - Railways Act, 1921, Its Benefits to Railway Companies, 545
  • - Rainfall, Abnormal, and Railway Damage, 47
  • - Rating of Railways, Complications of the Question, 653
  • - St. Paul's Safety Measures Sub-committee, Railway Engineers as Members, 381
  • - Sao Paulo Government and Railway Concessions, 47
  • - Sleeping Accommodation, Letters to The Times, 681
  • - South African Railways, Day Colour Light Signals, 77
  • - South African Railways, Good Results Shown by Statistics, 47
  • - Southern Railway :
  • -- Bridge Strengthening and Rebuilding, 573
  • -- Brighton Section, Electrical Services Extended, 381
  • -- Brighton Station, Passenger Statistics for 1924, 346
  • -- "Chatham" Station at Victoria, Improvements, 77
  • -- Conversion of Certain Lines, Difficulties Removed by Grouping, 599
  • -- Cross-over Junctions to Facilitate Independence of Electrical and Main Lines, 599
  • -- Exeter, Queen-street Station Improvement, 709
  • -- Hastings and St. Leonards Tunnels, Projected Widening, 299
  • -- Indicators for Railway Platforms, New Type, 517
  • RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :
  • - Southern Railway (continued):
  • -- "King Arthur" Class Locomotive, New Bridge to Carry it, 599
  • -- Mis-sent Train and the Upshot, 461
  • -- Naming of New Engines, 299
  • -- Portsmouth Railway Stations, New Proposals, 327
  • -- Punctuality of Railway, Statement, 435
  • -- Signals, Projected Day Colour Light Automatic, for Portion of London Area, 77, 215
  • -- Station's Name Illumination at Horsham, 709
  • -- Vehicles being Prepared for Electrification, 15
  • - Spanish Railway Engines and Cars to be Home-made, 15
  • - Statistics, South African and United States, 47
  • - Steel Construction of Railway Vehicles, Pros and Cons, 105
  • - Steel Signal Arms Bent by Wind, 105
  • - Stockholm-Gothenburg Electrification, 299
  • - Subway Car, Improved Type for America, 461
  • - "Sunny South Special" and Vacuum Brake, 599
  • - Sweden, Projected Railway and State Loan, 77
  • - Swiss States Subsidy for Completion of Furka Railway, 350
  • - Tasmanian Engineers to Supervise Railway Construction in Spain, 77
  • - Tests of New Roads and Connections to Eliminate any Possibility of Mistakes, 545
  • - Tourist Traffic to Ireland and Kingstown Pier Accommodation, 189
  • - Tramway Renewal, A Night's Work in Glasgow, 189
  • - Tramway Route, New, in Edinburgh, 489
  • - Underground Poster, Analysis of Receipts and Expenditure, 299
  • - Unemployment Alleviation Methods, 15
  • - Venezuela and Colombia, Junction under Construction to Unite Railways in, 77
  • - Viaduct, First Example of its Kind in the World, Great Northern (of Ireland) Railway, 269
  • - Victoria Government Railway, Electrifying Part of, 653
  • - Victoria Railway, Experiments with New Rail Motor, 709
  • - Wagons for Mineral Traffic, Profits on Letting Out for Hire, 625
  • - Walsall Tramway's Increased Profits, 638
  • - Warsaw, Projected 28 Miles Long Electric Tramway, 517
  • - Water Power in Austria, Development, and Railway Electrification, 461
  • - Welsh Local Authorities' Request for Doubling of Single Lines, 709
  • - Western Canada, Railway Goods Charges in, 353
  • RECLAMATION Work in Italy, 269
  • Ribble River, Preston, Training Walls to be Constructed, 709
  • Rock-fill Dam, Kentuckv, Largest in the World, 461
  • Roofing Material Pyropruf, Testing, 489
  • Roving Steamer for Extraction of Bromine from Sea Water, 461
  • Rubber Research Institution in Malaya, 105
  • Russian Agriculture and Electric Ploughs, 435
  • Russian Great Waterway Projected, 320
  • Russian Soviet Government's Agreement with British Firm for Erection of Oil Cracking Factory, 625
  • Russian Visitors to America for Works Inspection and Equipment Orders, 215

S

  • "SAFETY First" Device by Model Van, J. Lyons and Co., 517
  • St. Lawrence River Power Development, 215
  • San Joaquin River Water Diverted by Tunnel, 545
  • Sawdust Roads, Experiments with View to Making, 599
  • Scholarships for Apprentices, 523
  • Scholarships, B.E.A.M.A., 567
  • Scholarships, Engineering, Norton and Gregory, 541
  • Science Museum at South Kensington, Stationary Engine Exhibits Catalogue, 256
  • Scientific and Industrial Research, New Members of Advisory Council, 215
  • Seismograph Station, A Sixth Established in Quebec, 625
  • Sewerage Scheme, Extensive, for Knutsford, 653
  • Shanghai, Single-deck Motor Omnibus Statistics, 517
  • Shannon Power Scheme Report, Dr. H. H. Jeffcott, 653
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :
  • - American Ships, Conversion of Fourteen Steamers to Motor Ships, 489
  • - Barrow and New York Steamer Service to Cease, 133
  • - Bulkheads and Water-tight Subdivision of Passenger Steamships, Board of Trade Report, 241
  • - Chauncy Maples Steamer on Lake Nyassa, Thirty Years Old and Still Valuable, 105
  • - Commonwealth Lighthouse Service, Launch of Two Steamers for, 133
  • - Conciliation Machinery for Shipbuilding Federations, 299
  • - Corrugated-sided Ships, Greater Efficiency of, 599
  • - Cunarder Saxonia Sold for Breaking-up, 299
  • - Deck Equipment of the Discovery, Pacific Exploration Vessel, 709
  • - Diesel-electric Tanker, New Arrangement of Engine-room, 215
  • - Fifty Years of Yacht Designing, G. L. Watson and Co., 544
  • - Flettner Rotor Ship, Report of Another, 599
  • - Flettner Rotor Ships, Two New, Ordered, 105
  • - Funnel Markings of Destroyer Flotillas, 545
  • - German Naval Administration, First Large Rotor Ship, 517
  • - Glatton, Monitor, Wreck of, to be Removed from Harbour, 15
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS (continued):
  • - Grain Cargo-loading Record, 327
  • - Japanese, Large, Ship Taken up River to Shanghai, 517
  • - L.M.S. Turbine Steamer Glen Sannox, Official Trials, 625
  • - Majestic, Reported Crack Discovery, 15
  • - Montrose Liner, Quick Overhaul, 489
  • - Motor Boat, Fast, Races on the Thames, 545
  • - Motor Lifeboat Construction Progress, 77
  • - Motor Vessel Production Increasing, Chiefly on the Continent, 381
  • - Ocean Towing, Record Long Distance, 435
  • - Railway-owned Vessels--see Railways
  • - Rotor Ship, Arrival of the Flettner, 227
  • - Scapa Flow Salving of German Destroyers, Progress, 407, 517, 573, 709
  • - Shipbuilding Tradesí Investigation, 637
  • - Signal by Combined Visible and Whistle Device for Motor Ships, 269
  • - Tees Shipbuilding Order, 573
  • - Tyne Shipbuilding Output Statistics, 15
  • - United States Steam Ship to Motor Ship, Conversion. 415
  • - Vancouver Harbour Ship Traffic Statistics, 161
  • - Wellfield, Steamer, Little Damaged by Dockflooding, 489
  • SIDMOUTH, Estimated Cost of Breakwater, 599
  • Silkworm Cocoon Chrysalis as Food, 215
  • Slag Accumulations in Cement Kilns Dislodged by Shooting, 461
  • Slide Rules, Constructional Improvement in, J. Davis and Son (Derby), Ltd., 309
  • Snow in the Streets, New Svstem of Disposal, 269
  • Soapstone Discovery in Calcutta District, 241
  • Solid Silver, Effort to Increase Use in America 269
  • South African Irrigation, 122
  • South African's Production of Base Metals, 681
  • South African Year Book, 473
  • Southampton University College, Open Engineering Exhibitions Offered, 422
  • Soviet Government and White Lead Paints, 161
  • Standards--see British
  • Steel--see Iron
  • Stone for Sharpening Tools Discovered near Orbost, Australia, 599
  • Straw Packing Without Purity Certificate, Dominion Government Insists on Return of Important Goods, 435
  • Subways in St. Louis, 189
  • Suez Canal Annual Statistics, 489
  • Sugar Growers' Association's Suggestion of United Reference to Expert Opinion, 625
  • Sulphur Ores Roasting and a New Alloy, J. Harris, 435
  • Super-power Systems of the United States, Growth of, 606
  • Suspension Bridge Across the Firth of Forth at Queensferry, Projected, 161
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, £16,000 Tool for Testing Cableways, 573

T

  • TANK Failure in Boston, U.S.A., Six Years' Litigation to Decide on the Cause, 189
  • Tansa Pipe Line Progress, 47
  • Tariffs and their Object in Latin-America, A. C. Rouse, 189
  • Technical College and Polytechnic Times, First Issue, 133
  • Technical Institute at Coventry, Generous Gifts of Machinery, 489
  • Telephone Damage by Snowstorm at Falkirk, Underground System Advantages, 407
  • Telephone Diaphragm, New Type, 161
  • Telephone Exchange tor Cairo, 299
  • Telephone Industry's Effect in Stimulation of Numerous Other Industries Involved in Manufacture, 269
  • Telephone Kiosk, New Prize Design by Sir Gilbert Scott, 381
  • Telephonic, Through, Connection Established between Bombay and Delhi, 381
  • Tests of Flow of Water through Long Concrete Pipes, Formulae Values, 681
  • Thermo-electric Pyrometers, Use of Platinum, 461
  • Thin-lead Coloured Pencils, Alpco Pencils, Ltd., 554
  • Titanium Industry Suggested for Eastern Canada, 461
  • Tornado Effect on Big Railway Span, 407
  • Toronto, Association of Professional Engineers, Progress, 219
  • Toronto's Rate of Building Twenty-one Storeys, 709
  • Trade Unions, Statistics of Membership and Funds, 47
  • Transit Sheds at Trafford Wharf, Two, for £300,000, 105
  • Transport, Goods and Passenger, Increasing Use of Roads in United Kingdom, 489
  • Treasury Guarantees under the Trade Facilities Act, 545
  • Tunnel under the Mersey, Government Grants, 189
  • Tunnel Under the Thames, Postponement of Consideration of Scheme, 709
  • Turbo-generator, Experimental, in California to Test Use of Natural Steam, 435
  • Tyne Commissioners Report Decrease in Output of Ships and of Coal Shipments, 353
  • Tyne Pollution Inquiry, 599

U

  • UGANDA Oil Expectations, 15
  • Underpinning Concrete Columns of High Building, 189
  • University of London :
  • - Four Advanced Lectures in Mining, 227
  • - Four Advanced Lectures on Chemical Combination in Metallic Alloys and its Nature, Professor C. A. Edwards, 245
  • University of Pittsburgh, Project for New 52-Storey Building, 161

V

  • VANADIUM Extraction from Iron Ore in Sweden, 317
  • Vanadium from Swedish Phosphorus-bearing Ores, 435
  • Vancouver's Largest Grain Elevator, Rapid Construction of, 554
  • Vancouver New Canadian Pacific Pier, 545
  • Venezuela Petroleum Production, 47
  • V.D.I. Meetings in Augsburg, 422
  • Vickers Westminster Amateur Operatic Society, 554

W

  • WAR Department Motor Van, 342
  • Washington, National Museum of Engineering, 299
  • Water Energy, Potential, of the World, Estimate, 489
  • Water Power Plant Completed at Elko, British Columbia, 545
  • WATER SUPPLY :
  • - Bacteria in Wrater at Different Depths, 407
  • - Barnsley Supply Increase, New Pumps, 489
  • - Batley Corporation's New Reservoir, 599
  • - Birmingham New Reservoir and Pumping Engines, Work Started, 625
  • - Birmingham Water Committee's New Pipe Line, 407
  • - Buenos Aires, Neighbouring Districts of, Extensive Government Scheme for Water Supply and Drainage, 709
  • - California, New Supply for East Bay Cities,
  • WATER SUPPLY (continued):
  • - Esthonia, Up-to-date Waterworks for, 241
  • - Fourth Pipe Line from Thirlmere to Manchester, 517
  • - Karachi New Water Supply, 105
  • - Madras Supply, Measures for Increasing, 189
  • - Manchester Supply, Another Lake Requisitioned, 189
  • - Melbourne Water Supply, the Maroondah Dam, 188
  • - New South Wales, Wollongong and Port Kembla, Additional Supply, 215
  • - Port Sudan Supply, Completion of Pipe Line, 489
  • - Quebec, Storage Reservoir at Lake Metis, 189
  • - Sheffield, Additional Water Supply Scheme, 77
  • - Sydney, N.S.W., Scheme-to Supplement Supply, 545
  • - Toronto, Supplementary Waterworks System, 47, 105
  • - Tsingtao Waterworks, Predicted End of German Plant and Japanese Pumps, 15
  • - Vancouver Waterworks System Extension, 592
  • - Water Consumption in Sydney, N.S.W., 189
  • - Water Waste in America, Uncharted Discharges, 353
  • - Wooden Water Main Laid in 1874, 15
  • WELDING Aluminium, New German Process, 189
  • Welland Canal, Big Contract for Canadian Company, 15, 545
  • West Australian Oil Hunt Pronounced Hopeless, 15
  • Western Australia, Engineers Wanted, 461
  • Whitworth Society, Annual Dinner, 27
  • Windmill, 200 Years' Old, near Hastings, Collapse of, 709
  • Wire Rope Vibration Dangers, G. H. Griffiths, 299
  • Wire Rope Works, New, at Newcastle, N.S.W., 407
  • Wire Weaving Loom, Largest in the World, 269
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY:
  • - American and Swedish Wireless Amateurs' Two-hour Test, 161
  • - Austrian Broadcasting Developing, 327
  • - Belgium's One Broadcasting Station. 681
  • - Big Ben Broadcasting Microphone, 681
  • - Broadcast Transmitting Apparatus at Marconi House Re-established, 681
  • - Broadcasting Conference of European Authorities, 373
  • - Broadcasting and Interference, Northolt Station Accused, 105
  • - Broadcasting Receiving Apparatus, Lecture, G. E. Jones, 353
  • - Canada, North-Western Section of North- West Territories, Completion of Wireless System, 435
  • - China and Amateur Radio Work, 327
  • - Colombo, Modern High-power Broadcasting Station, 461
  • - Greenland's New Wireless System, 161
  • - Indian Radio Telegraph Company, Prospectus and Objects, 353
  • - Indian Station for Commercial Service with I United Kingdom, 327
  • - Institute of Patentees' Assistance Sought by B.B. Company, 435
  • - Japan and San Francisco, Wireless Communication Over 4500 Miles, 77
  • - Japanese and American Wireless Schemes, 407
  • - Listening-in, Near and Distant Reception, 403
  • - Marconi Clifden Station, Ireland, to be Dismantled, 709
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY (continued):
  • - Marconi House, Change-over of Aerial to Oxford-street, 456
  • - Miners and Signals by Wireless, 47
  • - North-West Territories and Yukon Wireless System, Most Northerly Main Station, 625
  • - Oscillating Receiver Disturbance Tests, 407
  • - Radio Apparatus Exhibition at Zurich, 681
  • - Radio Direction Finding Stations for Indian Ports, Experimental Receivers, 435
  • - Rating of Storage Batteries for Wireless Service, 189
  • - Rugby High-power Wireless Station Progress, 353, 517
  • - Russian Wireless Development and Exhibition at Moscow, 599
  • - Tracking Criminals by Wireless, Police Vans Equipped, 105
  • - Transmission of Wireless Messages, Reported Valuable Invention, 105
  • - Wireless Bill, Strong Objections to its New Provisions, 269
  • WOLVERHAMPTON Local Sewage Plant Extension, 709
  • Woman Member, The First, of Society of Engineers (Incorporated), 269
  • Woolwich Research Report on "Gun-wire," Imperfect Elasticity, 77

Z

  • ZINC Ore Smelted in Retorts, Residues from, 353
  • Zinc, Pure, for Alloy Purposes, Belgian Works Largely Increased Production, 269
  • Zoological Gardens, Casualties Among Tropical Birds in London, 241

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