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Illustrations

NAMES

A

  • ABERTHAW and Rhoose Cement Works, Route of Transmission Line; Outdoor Substations; Tension Insulators. &e., 127
  • Adams, R. W., Model for Demonstrating the Meaning of Power Factor, 212
  • Allen. W. H., Sons and Co., Ltd., Electrically-driven Vertical Marine Pumps. 132
  • Alvis, 14.75 H.P. Car, 430, 431
  • American Diary. 113, 140. 166. 167, 194, 220. 246, 272, 298, 328, 360. 386. 414, 444, 472, 500, 528, 556
  • American Great. Northern Railway, Electric Locomotives for, 366
  • Ardenrigg Colliery. Mono-cable Aerial Ropeway at, 256. 262
  • Arley Colliery, Warwickshire, Electro-pneumatic Decking Gear. 101 (Two-page Supplement, July 22nd, 1927)
  • Armstrong, H. C., Characteristic Furnace Curves, &c., 445
  • Armstrong-Siddeley, 15 H. P. Six-cylinder Car, 43:3
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co., Ltd., Hydraulically-operated Coal Hoists, 184, 185
  • Automobiles, M. Berliet, Chassis Fitted with Gas Producer, 596
  • Aveling and Porter, Ltd.., 6-Ton Crude Oil Road Roller, 594
  • Aveling and Porter, Ltd., 0-Ton Roller with Crude Oil Engine, 12
  • Avon Station, Boiler and Furnace at, 444

B

  • BALDWIN'S Eddystone Works, 220
  • Barford and Perkins, " Gazogene " Motor Roller, 575
  • Barford and Perkins, Ltd., Three-Wheel 8-Ton Motor Roller with Scarifier, 61
  • Bauer, Dr. Gustav, Recent Developments of the Marine Exhaust Steam Turbine, 692
  • Bean, 14-40 H.1'. Car, 430, 431
  • Beardmore, William. and Co., Ltd., Brazilian Motor Vessel Itape, 545; Trial Results, 577
  • Bentall, E. H., and Co., Machine for Plucking Birds, 654
  • Berlin, Engineering Materials Conference and Exhibition, 603
  • Beverley-Barnes, 18 H.P., 8-cylinder Car, 491
  • Bird, Major I'. C., Portable Petrol Engine Driven Drill. 694
  • Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 10 H.P. Hopper-cooled Oil Engine. 654
  • Brand, Engineer-Captain J. C., Pulverised Fuel for Marine Purposes. 65, 75; Brand Radiant Vertical Water-tube Bailer for Powdered Fuel, 05. 77; Brand System of Pulverised Fuel Burning Applied to a Steamer, 65, 75
  • Brazilian Motor Vessel Itap& William Beardmore and Co. Ltd.. 545
  • British Columbia. Hydraulic-electric Power Houses in, 622. 630.
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd.. Condensers for Power Factor Correction. 314
  • British Steel Industry, R. D. Moore. 391
  • Broom and Wade, Ltd., Portable Air Compressor. 18
  • Brown and Sharpe Strain Gauge for Measuring Detievtions, 20

C

  • `11A. Pactama Li,u Pro.
  • ptors. General Electric Company, (154, 465
  • E 'gill(' Company, Lt
  • •Airless iou Oil Engine, 150
  • d Cellulose ,1111, 738
  • Castilla, C. F., and Co., Ltd.. New Form of Sextant, 034
  • Chilian Destroyers, John 1. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 74
  • Clarke, Chapman, Experimental Powdered Fuel Burning Equipment, 65, 76
  • Cochran Boilers with New Superheater, 78
  • Colfax Power Station. Duquesne Light Company, 299, 300
  • Columbia Power Station on the River Ohio, 328, 329
  • Colwyn Bay, Gale Damage at, 172
  • Commercial Motor Vehicle Exhibition at Olympia, 560
  • "County" Cruisers, The New, 210
  • Crawford Avenue Power House. Turbine Room, 360
  • Crossley Brothers, Oil-driven Pumping Set, 655

D

E

  • EAST River Station, New York, 160, 167
  • Electricars, Ltd., Elevating Platform Track 182
  • Eleetricars, Ltd., 30-cwt. Lorry Chassis with All-steel Refuse Collecting Wagon, 574
  • English Electric Company, Ltd., Outdoor Substations, Lay-out of Various Types; Circuit-breakers. 110 kV three-phase oil-immersed,&c.; Air Break Switches; Switch Fuses and Equipment., 562
  • Escher, Wyss and Co., Pelton Wheel Typo Water Turbines. 716

F

G

H

I

  • ILLINOIS Central, Railroad, Eight –coupled Locomotives, Pont Simplex Stoker, 386, 387 Novvi Form of riot. 101
  • Isemsn, Lieut..), W.

J

  • JOHNSON. B. , Midget —1'amper, 576
  • Jones, Win., • Montania " Type Petrol Loetimoth 59

K

  • KA NG° ',Company. Ltd.. Electro-mechanical Hamrnoe, 666
  • Karrier Motors. Ltd., Six-cylinder Sleeve Valve Engined Chassis. 507
  • Kearns. H. W.. and Co., Ltd., Machine for Dealing with Locomotive Cylinders, 403
  • Kelvin Hall of Industries at Glasgow, W. L. Scott, 06
  • Kershaw, John B. C., Reeent Progress in Methods of City Refuse Collection, 648 681
  • Kipawa Wood Cellulose Mill. 738
  • Kip's Bny Stolim Heat Station, Boiler at, 142

L

M

N

  • NAG Hammadi Barrage, 250. 251
  • Nagel, Professor Dr.-Ing. Adolph, Transfer of
  • Heat in Cylinder Walls, 420. 459. 480, 506
  • Newcastle -Gateshead Bridge, 728. 740
  • Newport., Mon., Now S lure° of Water Supply for, Talyhont Watershed, 402; (Addendum ). 439
  • Newport, Mon., Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 10, :18, 6U
  • Noble and Lund, Ltd.. Pneumatically Controlled Wheel Lathe, 736. 737
  • North British Locomotive Co, L.M.S. Three-cylinder Express Engine, Royal Scot. 154, 155
  • Musselt's " Closed Vessels " for Explosion Experiments, 459, 460

O

  • Oerlikon Company, Electrode Steam Generators, 183
  • Olympia, Motor Car Show at., 430, 451

P

  • PAPE'S, Rev. D., Improvements. Plan, 529
  • Parker Gas Producer, 37
  • Peter Brotherhood, Ltd., Suction Gas Tractor, 37
  • Petrie, Dr. Telford, Cause of Wheel Wobble, 676
  • Petters, Ltd., Forced-feed, Sight-feed Lubricator, 654, 655
  • Petters Ltd., 70 B.H.P. Two-stroke, Heavy Oil Engine, 576
  • P.I.V. Change-speed Gear; Cutter, Work and Machine Details; Milling Machine Adapted for Grooving Coned Wheels. 280
  • Portsmouth Waterworks -wee Havant
  • Power Gas Corporation, Ltd., 13y-product Producer Gas Plant, for Northern Rhodesia. 230, 234, 235
  • Prior, Aktien Uesellschaft, Oil Fuel, New System of Burning, 264
  • Public Works, Roads and Transport Exhibition, 574, 591, 626
  • Pullman Sleepers (America), 298

Q

  • QUEENSTOWN Power Station snit Turbine-room, 472, 474

R

S

  • SATURNIA, 21,000-Ton Twin-screw Liner, 398, 406
  • Scott, W. 1., Kelvin Hall of Industries at Glasgow, 66
  • Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd.. Six-wheeled Steam Wagon Chassis and Bogie, 568
  • Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd.. Super-Sentinel Rhinoceros Steam Tractor, 208
  • Shannon Power Scheme, 618, 646, 658, 674. 686, 702
  • Sherman Creek Power Station. 140
  • Shipping. Engineering . . Exhibit i, eee Separate Section of Index
  • Short Brothers. Ltd., " Singapore " All-metal Flying Boat, 131
  • Siemens-Schuckert Co 10,500-kW Slow-speed Alternator, 310, 319
  • [[Siemens-Schuckert,---see Shannon
  • Smith, Lieut. -Commander 1... Wave-power Machine, 549
  • Smithfield Club Show. 654
  • South African Railways and Foreign Competition, 677
  • South Wales Power Transmission Scheme. 127
  • Star, 18-50 H.P. Car, 433
  • Staveley Coal and Iron Co. Blast-f unlace Gas Power Plant and Plan of the Devonshire Works. 561. 570
  • Stoke-on-Trent Power-house Extension, 544
  • Stone, .1., and Co.. Ltd.. Balanced Worm Gear Drive for Ship Propulsion, 605
  • Stork-Erste-Brunner. Boilers and 16,000.1 Turbo-generator at the Merwedekanaal Power Station, 58, 70
  • Sudan Government Railways, Mixed Traffic Locomotive, North British Locomotive Company, Ltd., 516. 517
  • Sugden, T.,and Co., Ltd.. Superheater Arrangement for Cochran Boilers. 78
  • Surrey Engineering Co, Ltd., Constant radius buffing Crane, 548
  • Swift, H. W., Graphical Analysis of Stress, 226, 227
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, Erecting Cranes for, 476, 484 (Two-page Supplement, October 28th, 1927)

T

V

  • Vickers, Ltd.. Appliance for Testing the Hardness of Gear Wheel Teeth, 635
  • Virginian Railway Locomotives, Electrical Equipment of, 186
  • Vulcan, 16-60 H.P. Six-cylinder Car, 452

W

Y

SUBJECTS

A

AERONAUTICS :

  • Singapore " All-metal Flying Boat. Short Brothers, Ltd., 131
  • Westland Aircraft Works, Yeovil, 200. 204
  • AIR Compressing Set, Portable, Reavell and Co., Ltd., 117; Ships' Winch Worked by Compressed Air, Reavell and Co., Ltd., 117
  • Air Compressor, Portable, Broom and Wade, Ltd., 18
  • Air Heater and Economiser. A. E. Leek, 462; (Corrections). 495
  • Aluminium, Centenary of, W. H. Haldane Gee. 640
  • Aluminium Stay. Mould, and Test Pieces, with Wood's Metal Heads Cast On. 272
  • Arc-welded Connections for Steel Structures. Tests of Strength, 378
  • Automatic Surveying and Levelling Machine. J. 11. Williams. 518. 519
  • Auto-Truck Driven by Air-cooled 1i H. I'.Petrol Engine, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 62

B

  • BARRAGE, Nag Mammoth, 251, 250
  • Bilge Pumping Arrangements, Emergency, Sterry B. Freeman, 635
  • Bituminous Macadam Plant, " -biota," Goodwin, Barsby and Co., Ltd., 027
  • Boiler, Cochran and Co., Ltd., with Super-heater Arrangement by T. Sugden and Co., Ltd., 78
  • Boiler and Furnace at Avon Station, 444
  • Boiler " Normal " at Crawford-avenue Power-house, 360
  • Boiler, Radiant., Vertical water-tube, for Powdered Fuel, Engineer-Captain J. C. Brand, 65, 77
  • Boiler-house, High-pressure Boiler Unit, &c., at Merwedekanaal Power Station, Stork Bros., 32
  • Boiler-sec also Mercury
  • Bottle-making Machine, Large British, F. Redfern and Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 3, 14, 48
  • Bridge, New Road, Newcastle and Gateshead, 728, 740
  • Bridge, Now Tournelle, Over the Seine, 436
  • Bridge Over the River Don, Strengthening, 346
  • Bridge, The Mokau, Taranaki, New Zealand, 171, 178
  • By-Product Producer Gas Plant in Nordic, II Rhodesia, 230, 234, 235

C

  • CA N Lettee also Ship
  • Central Heating Plant at a Hertfordshire Hospital, 730
  • Circulator for Hot Water Heating Systems. Holden and Brooke, Ltd., 238; (Addendum). 263
  • Coach-see also Motor Vehicles, Commercial at Olympia
  • Coach Washing Machine, London Underground Railways, 492
  • Coal Hoists, Hydraulically-operated, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., 184-185
  • Coal and Iron Company, Staveley, Blast-furnace Gas Power Plant and Plan of Works, 561,570
  • Colliery, Ardenrigg, Aerial Ropeway at, 62
  • Colliery, Arley-ACC Decking Plant
  • 'Compressed Air Meter, New Form of, E. J. Laschinger, 747
  • Concrete Cylinders for Mokau Bridge, Constructing and Lowering, 171
  • Concrete Mixer with Hoist, V1Pinget, Ltd., 592, 593
  • Concrete Mixers, Marshall-Beaton, 61, 593, 59.1
  • Concrete Mixer, Ransomes and Rapier, 627
  • Concrete Mixer, with Turntable and Shute.Winget, Ltd., 592
  • Concrete-see Reinforced
  • Condensers at Hell Gate and Sherman's Creek, 141
  • Condensers for Power Factor Correction, Telegraph Condenser Company, 286; British Insulated Cables, Ltd., 314; Dubilier
  • Condenser Company, Ltd., 314, 315
  • Continuous Combustion at High Pressures E. C. Wadlow, 704
  • Crane, Constant-radius Luffing. Surrey Engineering Company, Ltd., 548
  • Cranes, Erecting, for Sydney Harbour Bridge, 476, 484 (2 wo-page &Supplement, October ::bth, 1927)
  • Cranes, Level-lutfing Jib, Edward G. Fiegehen, 222, 246
  • Culverts, Main Sluicing, at (Headstone Docks, 92
  • Cutting Temperatures, Effect of, on Tools and on Materials Subjected to Work, E. G. Herbert, 650

D

  • '• DEAERATED Concrete " Making Machine, Metal Trades Technical, Ltd., 6z6
  • Decking Plant, Automatic, at Arley Colliery, Warwickshire; Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company. Ltd., 101. (Two-page Supplement, July 22nd, 1927)
  • Diary, American, 113, 140, 166, 167, 194, 220, 246, 272, 298, 328, 360, 386, 414, 444, 472, 500, 528, 556
  • Docks, Gladstone, Liverpool, 92, 96
  • Drainage and Irrigation of La Carnage, 2 2 I
  • Drill, Portable Petrol Engine-driven, Major P. C. Bird, 694

E

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • Ali (tumor. 10, 500-lie t. Slow-speed,siemens-S(1am% 310, 319
  • Alternator, 13,330 kVA Vertical Waterwheel, 'Metropolitan Vickers Electrical Company. 716
  • Avon Power Station, 444
  • California, Turbo-electric Liner Equipment, 454, 461
  • Changing of Tappings on Loaded Transformers, 235
  • Colfax Power Station, Duquesne Light Company, 299, 300
  • Columbia Power Station on the River Ohio. 328
  • East River Station. Now York, 160, 167
  • Electrical Testing Plant, 1,000,000- \ h 603
  • Insulators, 500,000-Volt and Other, 604
  • Testing Automobile Forgings, Methods of, 604
  • Torsion Dynamometer for Testing Bearing Friction, 604
  • Electricity Scheme. Sub-stations, &c., Mid• Cheshire, 588. 600
  • Electrode Steam Generators, Oerlikon Company, 183
  • Ferrybridge Electric Generating Station Yorkshire Electric Power Company, Power Station and Switch House; Circulating Pump Motor Room; Circulating %%rater Intake Building; Coal-handling Arrangements; Control, Push-button; Interior of Boiler-house; Inclined Belt Conveyor; Shuttle Belt Conveyor; Oil Circuit Breaker;

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued) :

  • Rev()lvinbc Dine Circulating Water Strainers; Switch Gear; Turbo-generator House; Tippler Discharging Coal Wagon; Wharf Showing Coal Receiving Arrangements, 88. 489, 490. 503, 504, 532, 540
  • Hell Gate Power Station, " Heat Balance "Lay-out and Superheater Element, 113
  • Lanarkshire Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 364, 370, 394, 417; Electrical Equipment at Bonnington and Stonebyres Stations, 394, 417, 419, 420 (Two-page Supplement, October 14th, 1927)
  • Merwedekanaal Power Station, 32, 58, 70
  • Motors. " Maxtorq," Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company, 100
  • Out door Sub-stations. Lay-out of Various Types; Circuit Breakers. 110 kV Three-phase Oil and Others; Air Break Switches; Switch-fuse Equipment, English Electric Co, Ltd., 562
  • Power Factor Correction, Condensers for, Telegraph Condenser Co, 280;
  • British Insulated Co, Ltd., 314;
  • Duhilier Condenser Co, Ltd., 314. 315
  • Power Factor, Meaning of. Model for Demonstrating, R. W. Adams. 212
  • Propelling Motors for the Electrically-propelled Passenger and Cargo Liner California. General Electric Company, U.S.A., 282, 285
  • Qucenston Power Station, 472, 474
  • Rural Electrification, Transformer Pillars and Kiosks, Fife Electric Power Company, 743
  • Shannon Power Scheme, 018, 646, 658, 674, 686, 702
  • Sherman Creek Power Station. 140
  • South Wales Power Transmission Scheme, Outdoor Sub-stations, Intermediate Supporting Tower, dec., 127
  • Stator Frame. Building up; Welded Stator Frame ' • Steel Generator Frames being Welded; Welded Top Frame for Circuit Breaker, General Electric Company's Works. Schenectady. 500, 501
  • Stoke-on-Trent Power House Extensions, 544
  • Trenton Channel Power House, Boiler-room; Lay-out of Steam Pipes, 414, 415
  • Turbo-generator, 16,000 kW. Stork-Erste-Brunner, at the Merwedekanaal Power Station, 58. 70
  • Virginian Railway Locomotives. Phase Converter. 2000 kVA, Traction Motor and Motor-driven Air Compressor, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company. 186
  • ELEVATING Platform Truck, Electricars, Ltd., 182

ENGINES AND MOTORS :

  • Airless Injection Oil Engine, 675 B.H.P.,
  • Campbell Gees Engine Company, Ltd., 150 1850 H.H.P. Beardmore-Toni Six-cylinder Supercharged Marine Oil Engine, 545, 546
  • Crude Oil Engine, 50 B.H.P., Breech End, Relief Valve, &c., Robey and Co., Ltd., 10
  • Double-acting High Pressure Engine for Steam Wagon. k ()dens. Ltd., 39
  • Heavy Oil Engine, 120 B.H.P.. Davey, Paxman and Co.. Ltd.. 12
  • Hopper-cooled Oil Engine. 10 H.P., Blackstone and Co.. Ltd.. 654
  • Leyland Six-cylinder 105 H.P. Omnibus Engine, 535, 536
  • Motor Car Engines-see Motor Cars
  • Oil Engine Driven Generator Set, 165 kW, Ruston and Hornsby. Ltd., 19
  • Petrol Engine, I} H.P.. R. A. Lister and Co. Ltd., 82
  • Petrol-paraffin Engine. Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.. 38
  • Single-cylinder Oil Engine, 2000 B.H.P., Fiat Stabilimento Grandi Masora, 261
  • Two-stroke Heavy-oil Engine, 70 B.H.P., Petters. Ltd., 576
  • Petrol Shunting Engine-ACC Locomotives ENGI NEER ING 'Work in a Provincial Stores, Messrs. Lewis's. Ltd.. 42. 47
  • Excavator, Half-yard, Self-propelling Caterpillar. Denholm Contractors' Machinery Company, Ltd., 574
  • Excavator. as a Skimmer Scoop. Petrol-paraffin Drive. Ruston and Hornsby. Ltd., 626

EXHIBITIONS :

  • Commercial Motor Vehicle Exhibition at Olympia. 566. 590
  • Engineering 31aterials Conference and Exhibition at Berlin, 603
  • Motor Car Show at Olympia, 430, 451. 491
  • Public Works, Roads and Transport Exhibition, 574. 591, 626; for Exhibits, see Various Headings; for Congress, see Miscellaneous Index
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Newport, Mon., 10. 38. 60
  • Shipping and Engineering Exhibition at Olympia. 275, 303. 331, 375 (Twenty-page Supplement, September 9th, 1927); for Names of Exhibitors and Exhibits, see Separate Section of Index
  • Smithfield Club Show. 654
  • EXPLOSION Experiments, Nussolt's Closed Vessels for. 459, 460

F

  • I: ER R V-see Ships
  • Flying Boat -sec Aeronautics
  • Fuel Preparing and Steam Generating Equipment, Boiler Unit. Mill House, at East River Station, New York, 166
  • Fuel-see Pulverised
  • Furnace Curves, Characteristic, as an Aid to Fuel Control, H. C. Armstrong, 445

G

  • GALE Damage at Colwyn Bay, 172
  • Gas, Blast-furnace. Power Plant at Staveley
  • Coal and Iron Company's Works, 501, 570
  • Gas Producer, Parker Producer Gas Plant Company, 37
  • Gas—see Producer
  • Gear-box Noise-testing Machine, Highfield Electrical Company, Ltd., 690, 691
  • Gear, Derricking; Gear, Dray Chain Safety;
  • Hauling Winch for Undercarriage, at Sydney Harbour Bridge, 477
  • Gear Wheel Teeth, Testing the Hardness of, Vickers, Ltd., 635
  • Glass Bottle-making Machine—see Bottle
  • Graphical Analysis of Stress, H. W. Swift., 226, 27
  • Grooving Machine for Coned Wheels, Milling Machine Adapted for; Change-speed Gear; Cutter, Work and Machine Details, P.I.V. Chain Gears, Ltd., 280

H

  • HALL of industries, Kelvin, at Glasgow, W. L. Scott, 66
  • Hammer, Eleotro-mechanical, Kango Co, Ltd., 666
  • Heat--see Transfer
  • Heating Arrangements in a Large Stores, Henry 1.381 and Son, 42, 47
  • Hydraulic Ram, The Vulcan. Green and Carter, Ltd., 12
  • Hydro-electric Power-houses in British Columbia, 622, 630
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant at Grand Falls, Canada, 454, 456
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme, Lanarkshire, Bonnington and Stonebyres Stations; Automatic Tilting Weirs and Intakes; Electrical Equipment; Turbines, Plans and Details; Turbo-generators, 4000 B.H.P. and 7000 B.H.P., 364, 370, 394, 417 (Two-page Supplement, October 14th, 1927)
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme, The Gatineau, Quebec, 194
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme, The Shannon—see Electrical Matters

L

  • LATHE, Capstan, Re-designed, Alfred Herbert,Ltd., 580; (Correction), 608
  • Lathe, Wheel, Pneumatically-controlled, Noble and Lund, Ltd., 736, 737
  • Lighthouse—see Wireless

LOCOMOTIVES :

  • Baldwins Engines :
  • Goods Engine. A.T. and S.F. Railroad, 221
  • Passenger Engine, Mountain Type, Denver Railroad, 221
  • Passenger Engine, Pennsylvania Railroad, 220
  • Passenger Engine, Richmond and Washington Railroad, 221

Electric Locomotives for Main Lines :

  • Italian State Railways (Milan Varese),
  • Direct-current Locomotive, 86
  • Italian State Railways, Three-phase Low-frequency Locomotives, 86
  • Italian State Railways, Three-phase
  • - Normal Frequency Locomotives, 116
  • GEORGE Stephenson's Killingworth Locomotive, Model of, 212
  • Great Northern Railway of America, Single-phase Electric Locomotive, Main Traction
  • Motor, Motor Generator and Connections, 366, 367
  • G.W.R. Four-cylinder Express Locomotive,
  • Illinois Central Railroad :
  • Christman Hub Liner and Lubricator. Spring Arrangement of Four-wheeled Truck, 386
  • Eight-coupled Locomotive, Eight-coupled Engine No. 7000, Du Pont Simplex Stoker, 387
  • L. M. and S. Railway, Three-cylinder E x pi-4-s,
  • Locomotive Royal Scot, 154, 155, 390, 391 (Two-page Supplement, October 7th, 1927)
  • L. and N.E. Railway Locomotive with High-pressure Boiler, 237
  • Oil-driven Shunting Locomotive, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 38, 627, 654
  • Petrol Locomotive, 31 H.P., J. and F. Howard, 11
  • Petrol Locomotive, " Montania " Type, Wm. Jones, 591
  • South African Locomotives, 677, 678
  • Sudan Government Railways, Mixed Traffic Locomotive, North British Locomotive Co, Ltd., 516, 517
  • Three-cylinder Compound Locomotive, Experimental Results from, Lawford H. Fry, 706, 714, 718, 731
  • Virginian Railway Locomotives, Electrical Equipment of, 186
  • LOCOMOTIVE Cylinders, Machine for Dealing with, H. W. Kearns and Co., Ltd., 40:3
  • Lorry, Six-wheeled Steam, Richard Garrett and Sons, Ltd., 655
  • Lubricator, Forced-feed, Sight -feed. Petters, Ltd., 654, 655
  • Lubricator. Rotary Sight-feed, E. T. White, 547

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MAPS :

  • Cheshire, Overhead Lines and Sub-stations, 588
  • Electrified Railways in Italy, 30
  • Electrified Railways in Northern Italy, :32
  • Ireland, Map of, Showing Transmission Lines and Sub-stations, 618

MAPS (continued):

  • La Camargue District, 224
  • Nag Hammadi Barrage, Map of the Nile Showing Position of, 250
  • Taf Fechan Water Board Supply Area, 113
  • MERCURY Boiler Unit 557; (Letter), 638
  • Mercury Turbine Plant, 10,000 kW, 556
  • "Midget " Tamper, B. Johnson and Son, 576
  • Model to Show Remedial Works at Niagara Falls, 472, 473
  • Monocable Aerial Ropeway at Ardenrigg Colliery, 256, 262

MOTOR CARS AT OLYMPIA :

  • Alvis Car, 14-75 H . P., Chassis and Engine, 430, 431
  • Armstrong-Siddeley Car, 15 H.P. Six-cylinder, Magneto and Carburetter Sides, 433
  • Bean Car, 14-40 H.P., Engine, Gear-box and Spring Bracket, 430, 431
  • Beverley-Barnes, 18 H.P., Eight-cylinder Car Engine, 491
  • Lea Francis Car, 12 H.P. Supercharged, Car and Chassis, 453
  • Rover Car, 2-Litre Six-cylinder, Detachable Cylinder Head, Engine, Gear-box, Oil
  • Pump and Lubricating Arrangement, 431, 432
  • Star Car, 18-50 H.P., Engine, Liner Arrangement, 433
  • Triumph, 7 H.P. Car, Engine, 452
  • Vulcan Car, 16-00 H.P. Six-cylinder, Saloon, Free-wheel Device, 452
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Vacuum Servo Brake, Control
  • Valve, Cylinder, and Arrangement, 453, 454
  • Wolseloy Car, 21-60 H.P. Eight-cylinder Engine, 451; Saloon, 451

MOTOR VEHICLES, COMMERCIAL, AT OLYMPIA : 566, 596

  • Chassis Fitted with Gas Producer, Berliet, 596
  • Chassis, Six-cylinder Sleeve Valve Engined, Karrier Motors, Ltd., 596, 597
  • Chassis, Six-wheeled Drive, F.W.D. Lorry Company, 566, 567
  • Chassis, Six-wheeled Petrol-electric, 36-95 H.P., Tilling-Stevens, 566, 567
  • Chassis, Six-wheeled Steam Wagon and Bogie, Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., 568
  • Motor Vehicle with Power Unit Withdrawn, Lacre Motor Car Co, Ltd., 576
  • Omnibus, Six-wheel Electric Trolley, Richard Garrett and Sons, Ltd., 598
  • Parlour Coach, 70 H.P. Low Load Line, Dennis Brothers, Ltd., 596

O

  • OIL Burners Applied to a Heating Boiler, Atkien Gesellschaft Prior, 264
  • Omnibus, Six-cylinder Double-deck, Leyland Motors, Ltd., 535
  • Omnibus—see Motor Vehicles, Commercial, at. Olympia

P

  • PETROL Rail Car for the Kalka-Simla Railway, Drewry Car Co, Ltd.. 625
  • Planing Machine—see Wood-working
  • Plough, Three-furrow, J. and F. Howard, 37
  • Ploughing Engine, Diesel, J. and H. McLaren, 655
  • Plucking Birds, Machine for, E. H. Bentall, 054
  • Portrait, Sir Gerard Albert Muntz, 482
  • Powdered Fuel Burning Equipment, Experimental, Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 65, 76
  • Powdered Fuel at East giver Station, New York, 166, 167
  • Power Factor—see Electrical Matters
  • Power—see Electrical Matters
  • Producer Gas Power Plant at Bwana M'Kubwa
  • Copper Mine, Power Gas Corporation, Ltd., 230, 234, 235
  • Pulverised Fuel on a Cargo Steamer, 679, 680
  • Pulverised Fuel for Marine Purposes, Engineer-Captain J. C. Brand, 65, 75

PUMPS :

  • Electrically Driven Centrifugal Pumps, Worthington Pump and Machinery Corporation, 290
  • Electrically Driven Vertical Marine Pumps, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 132
  • Feuerheerd Roller Pump, 610
  • Oil-driven Pumping Plant at Walton, Worthington-Simpson, Ltd., 426, 435
  • Pumping Set, Oil-driven, Crossley Brothers, 655
  • Pumping Station, Pumps and Pumping Engines at Havant for Portsmouth Waterworks, 508, 509, 5) 2
  • Vertical-spindle Pump for Adelaide Power Station, Rees R °turbo Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 578

Q

  • QUICK-RELEASE Device, G. W. Rice, 210

R

  • RADIO Reception—see Wireless

RAILWAYS : Main Line Railway Electrification :

  • Sir Philip Dawson and Professor S. Parker Smith, 30, 86, 116
  • Italy, 30, 86, 116
  • Italian State Railways, 86, 116
  • Profiles of Turin—Modane. Savona—Cava,and Giovi Tunnel Lines, 88
  • RAILWAY (American Pullman) Sleepers, 298
  • Railways, South African and Foreign Competition, 677
  • Sleeping Saloons, L.M. and S. and L. and N.E. Joint Stock, 104
  • RAM-see Hydraulic
  • Recent Developments of the Marine Exhaust Steam Turbine, Dr. Gustav Bauer, 692
  • Recent Progress in the Methods of City Refuse Collection and Disposal, John B. C. Kershaw, 648, 681
  • Refuse-collecting Wagon, All-steel, Electricars, Ltd., 574
  • Regulator " Rotary Metallic Packing. Regulator Metallic Packing Co, Ltd., 238
  • Reinforced Concrete for Sewer mid' Conduit Works, 142, 174, 196
  • Reservoirs—see Water Supply
  • River Bother Improvement Works, 529
  • Rivet, Novel Form of, Lieut. .T. W. Iseman, 101
  • Roller, 6-Ton, with Crude Oil Engine, Aveling and Porter, Ltd., 12
  • Roller, 6-Ton, Crude Oil Road, Aveling and Porter, Ltd., 594
  • Roller, " Gazogene " Motor, Barford and Perkins, 575
  • Roller, 31-Ton Steam, with Inclined Boiler, Wallis and Steevens, Ltd., 592, 593
  • Roller, 3-Ton Tandem Road, Transmission Gear, &e., Robey and Co., Ltd., 10, 11
  • Roller, Three-wheel, 8-Ton Motor, with Scarifier. Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 61
  • Roller, 8-Ton Universal Steam Road, Marshall, Sons and Co.. Ltd., 40
  • Ropeway—see Aerial
  • Rudder, Flettnor—see Ships

S

  • SALOONS, Railway—sec Railways
  • Self-aligning Shackles, 273; Test-piece in Machine, 273
  • Separating Machine, John Wilder, 60
  • Sextant, A New Form, C. F. Casella and Co..Ltd., 634
  • Shaft-sinking Accident, Deptford, 624
  • Ship Canal. The Welland, 198, 199

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS : General Matters :

  • Flettner, Rudder and Control Gear, Details of, and Assembled, 350, 351; (Letters), 279, 318, 404, 479, 538
  • Shipping, Engineering, &c., Exhibition—see Separate Section of Index

British Navy :

Foreign Navies :

  • Chilian Destroyers, John 1. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 74

Miscellaneous Vessels :

  • Bermuda. Quadruple-screw Motor Passenger Liner, AVorkinsai, Clark and Co., Ltd., 708, 712, 734
  • Electrically-propelled American Passenger and Cargo Liner California. General Electric Company, 282, 285, 454, 461
  • Hap& Brazilian Motor Vessel, William Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 545; Trial Results, 577
  • Mercer, Cargo Steamer, Pulverised Coal on, 679, 680
  • Motor Car Ferryboat Fishbourne, Wm. Denny and Brothers, Ltd., 102, 103
  • River Yacht for the King of Egypt. John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 158
  • Saturnia, 24,000-Ton Twin-screw Motor Liner, 398, 406
  • Wallasey, Twin-screw Mersey Ferry Boat. 350, 351
  • SHOWS—see Exhibitions
  • Signals, Semaphore, New Method of Operating, J. H. Williams, 745
  • Steam Generators—see also Electrical Matters
  • Steam Gully Emptier, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 464
  • Steam Heat Station, Bay, 142
  • Steam Tractor—see Tractor
  • Steam Trap, Bucket Type, Lancaster and Tonge. Ltd., 78
  • Steam Valves, Wrought Steel, Dewrance and Co., Ltd.. 320; (Correction), 358
  • Steel Castings, Cutting Off Feeding Heads, Stern Tube Casting, Vane Wheel Casting, 392, 393 : British Steel Industry, R. D. Moore, 391
  • Steel—see also Cutting Temperatures
  • Strain Gauge for Measuring Deflections, Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Co, 20
  • " Supermiser "—see Air Heater
  • Surfacing Machine—see Wood-working
  • Surveying—sec Automatic

T

  • TAMPER, " Midget," B. Johnson and Son. 576
  • Tar Road-dressing Machine, W. and J. Glossop,Ltd., 574
  • Thrust Borer, Mangnall-Irving, Hydraulic Engineering Co, Ltd., 628
  • Tractor, Fordson, with Parker Gas Producer, 37; Tractor, Suction Gas, Ploughing, with Parker Producer, 37
  • Tractor, Rhinoceros Steam, Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., 208
  • Transfer of Heat in Cylinder Walls, Professor Dr.-Ing. Adolph Nagel, 420, 459, 480, 506;
  • Temperature Variation Through Cylinder Wall, &c., 481; Uniflow Cylinder Arranged for Tests, 480
  • Truck—see Elevating
  • "Tructractor," Millers' Machinery Company, 575, 576
  • Turbine, L.P., and Condensers at Crawford-avenue Power House, 360
  • Turbine, Marine Exhaust Steam, Recent Developments of, Dr. Gustav Bauer, 692
  • Turbine Room, at Queenston Power Station, 472
  • Turbine, Stork-Erste-Brunner Maschinenfabrik, for Merwedekanaal Power Station, 58, 70
  • Turbines at Colfax, 60,000-kW Three-shaft, 299
  • Turbines for the Lanarkshire Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 364, 370, 394, 395, 417 (Two-page Supplement, October 14th, 1927)
  • Turbines, Water, Pelton Wheel Type, Escher, Wyss and Co., 716
  • Turbine—see Mercury
  • Turbo-alternators and Turbo-generators—see
  • Electrical Matters

U

V

  • VALVES—sec Steam Valves

W

  • WAGON, 6-Ton Steam, with Asphalt Mixing Cauldron, Foden, Ltd., 627, 628
  • Wagon, 6-Ton Undertype Steam, Fodens, Ltd., 39
  • Water Heater, Automatic, Rund Manufacturing Co. 352

WATER SUPPLY :

  • Newport, Mon., New Source of Supply for, 402; (Addendum), 439
  • Portsmouth Waterworks, Havant New Pumping Station—see Pumps
  • Reservoir and Works, TM Fechan, 113, 124, 144, 150; Draw-off Valve Tower, 144;
  • Water Treatment House and Plant, 146, 147
  • WAVE-POWER Machines, Lieut.-Commander L. Smith, 549
  • Wheel Wobble, Cause of, Dr. Telford Petrie, 676

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY and TELEPHONY

  • Audio Resonant Wireless Reception, 148
  • Lighthouse and Wireless Mast on Round Island, 225
  • Wireless Beacon Station Equipment, 500
  • Watt, Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co, Ltd., 225
  • WOOD Cellulose Mill, Kipawa, Canada, 738
  • Wood-working Machines:—(1) High-speed Planing, Matching and Moulding Machine; (2) Surfacing, Thicknessing and Sizing Machine, Thomas Robinson and Sons, Ltd., 662, 663, 664
  • Worm-gear, Balanced, Drive for Ship Propulsion, J. Stone and Co., Ltd., 665

Y

  • YACHTS—sec Ships

SUPPLEMENTS

  • CRANE Equipment for Erecting the Sydney Harbour Bridge (October 28th, 1927)
  • Electro-pneumatic Decking Gear at Arley Colliery, Warwickshire, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Ltd. (July 22nd, 1927)
  • Generating Sets for the Lanarkshire Hydro-electric Power Scheme, English Electric Company, Ltd. (October 14th, 1927)
  • L. M. and S. Railway—Three-cylinder Express Locomotive " Royal Scot " (October 7th 1927)
  • Shipping. Engineering and Machinery Exhibition at Olympia (Twenty-page Supplement, September 9th, 1927)

Shipbuilding, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition, Olympia

Names of Exhibitors

A

B

C

D

  • DAVIT, and Co.. Ltd., Suppt., 9.9

E

F

G

H

I

K

L

M

  • MARTIN Bros., Ltd., 307, 308
  • Martin's—see Klinger, Richard, Ltd.
  • Masson, H. L., 277
  • Metropolitan Fuel Company, Ltd., 331
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd. Suppt., 9.9.27, x
  • Mumford. A. G., Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27, xii

N

  • NEWTON Chitin I itT14 anti 305; ((Correction). 340
  • Norris. lienty and Carthiei it, Ltd., Suppl.. 9.9.27. v. vi

P

  • PARSONS, C. A., and Co., Ltd.. 277
  • Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company. Ltd.. 333
  • Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., Suppt.. 9.9.27. vi
  • Pels, Henry, Suppt.. 9.9.27, xv
  • Porman and Co.. Litt., 378
  • Petters (Ipswich), Ltd., Supple, 9.9.27, 1, ii
  • Petters, Ltd., Yeovil, Suppt., 9.9.27, iii
  • Pitman, Percy, 375
  • Pollock, James, Sons and Co.. Ltd., 378
  • Premier Electric 1Velding Company, Suppt., 9.9.27, xviii

Q

  • QUASI -A RC Company. lad.. 301

R

  • RANSOMES, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., Suppt.. 9.9.27, xix
  • Rapid Magnetting Machine Company, Ltd., 378
  • 'leaven and Co., Ltd., Stapp., 9.9.27, xiii
  • Robey and Co., Ltd., 304, 305
  • Rubber Growers' Association. 335
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27, iii,
  • iv

S

  • SCOTT and Hodgson, Ltd.. 375
  • Sheepbridge Stokes Centrifugal Castings Com.
  • patty. Ltd. Suppt., 9.9.27, xvi
  • Siemens Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27. xvii
  • Sperry Gyroscope Company, Ltd., 334
  • Standard Cork Company, Ltd., 378
  • Stone. J. B., and Co.. Ltd.. 334
  • Stothert anti Pitt. Ltd., 332
  • Stream Line Filter Company, Ltd.. 338
  • Sunderland Forge and Engineering Company Ltd., 377
  • Super-Centrifugal Engineers, lad., Suppt., 9.9.27, xiv

T

  • THORNYCROFT, John I., and Co.. Ltd., 339
  • Tried., Ronald, and ('to , Ltd., 305, 306
  • Turbine Furnace rompttily, Ltd., 338

U

  • UNITED Water Softeners. 335
  • Universal Systfin of Machine Moulding 01111
  • Machinery Company, Ltd.. 333

V

  • VANDERVELL, C. and , Ltd., 279
  • Victory Valves, Ltd., and Bolton's Superheater and Pipe Works. Ltd., 276

W

  • WAILES Dove Bitumastie, 378
  • Weir, 0. and Ltd.. 335
  • Welin-Maclachlan Davits, Ltd.. 378
  • White, E. T., and Co. (1926). Ltd., 336
  • White, Sanincl, awl Co., Ltd., 377

Exhibits

A

Air Compressors :

  • Air Compressor, 100 Cubic Feet; crud.. Oil-driven Compressing Set, Broom ittid Wade,
  • Ltd., ,Suppt., 9.0.27, xii
  • Air Compressor, High-speed Quadruplex;
  • Steam-driven Three-stage Compri,.04or;
  • Compressed Air 38 -Cwt. Ship's 1V loch
  • Reavoll and Co.. Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27, xisi,
  • xiv
  • Air Compressors. Lacy-HuIllert and Co-.
  • Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27, ix
  • Rotary Air Compressors, Vacuum Machinery.
  • Bernard Holland and Co.. 334. 335
  • AIR Ejector—sea Steam
  • Alarm, Automatic Wireless, Siemens Brothers,
  • Ltd.. Suppt., 9.9.27, xvii
  • Alloys. White Metal, and Die Castings, Fry's
  • Metal Foundries, Ltd.. 378

B

  • BiTum ASTI(' Composition. Protective. Wailes
  • Dove 13itume.stic, Ltd., 378
  • Boiler Control. Feed-water Regidat or. Thermofeed, Ronald Trist and Co.. Lt 3011
  • Boiler Feed Oil Eliminator, reiu Line Filter
  • Company, Ltd., 338

C

  • CASTINGS, Centrifugal, by " Spiiii•Sorbitie "
  • Process, Piston Valve Liners, Newton,
  • Chambers and Co.. 305
  • Castings for Production of Piston Rings.
  • Cylinder Linings, " Die Out " Iron
  • Rods, Sheepbridgo Stokes Centrifugal Cast.
  • ings Company, Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27, xvi
  • Chain Gear—see Gear
  • Colander—see Unclassed
  • Controllers--see also Electrical Mutters
  • Cork for Insulating Refrigerating Apparatus,
  • dte., The Standard Cork Company. Ltd.. 378
  • Cox's Combustors—see Unclassed, Surface
  • Combustion

D

  • DAVITS, Gravity; Quadrant.; Light. Semi.
  • rotary. Welin-Maclachlan Davits, Ltd., 378
  • Drill, Small—see Unclaimed

E

  • ECONOMISERS for Boilers, "'Fri-tube," Smoot Tube, &e., E. Green and Co., 378

Electrical Matters :

  • All-electric Steering Gear Equipment.; Cargo
  • Winch, 3-Ton, Electric; Motors, Generators, &e., Laurence Scott and Co., Ltd.. 376
  • Alternating-current Pressure Regulators for
  • Boosting Feeders and Regulator for High tension Circuits, Hackbridge Electric Construction Company, Ltd., Suppt.. 9.9.27, xvii
  • Anglo-Swedish Generator, Anglo-Swedish
  • Welding Sot. Anglo-Swedish Electric
  • Welding Company, Ltd., 277
  • Battery Charging Sot, Rummies,
  • Sims and Jefferies. Ltd., Suppt., 0.9.27. xix
  • Controllers, Marine Type Control for Electrically Driven Pumps, Fans, Compressors,
  • Winches, &c., Elect rice Control Company, Ltd., 304
  • Controllers, Lifeboat Winch, Cargo Winch,
  • Midget, Twin Drum, Electro•Mechanical
  • Brake Company, Ltd., 278, 279
  • Controllers for Lifts, Medway's Safety Lift
  • Company, Ltd., J. and E. Hall, Ltd.. 339
  • Dean Valve Closing Gear, Electrically
  • Operated Valve' and Motor Gear, lgranio
  • Electric Company, Ltd., Suppt., xix
  • Furnace, Wild-Barfield Carburising; F or.
  • pace, Wild-Barfield Electric Mlig tiet ie
  • Hardening; NV ild-Batteld I I iKlc 4I-cecl
  • Steel-hardening Equipment, A woo t is
  • and Electric Furnaces. Ltd., 278
  • Logs, Electric; Distant Recorders; Speed
  • Indicator Repeaters; Electric Sulmierged
  • Log Company, Suppt., 9.9.27, xi
  • Motor Generator, Regulators, Alternating
  • and Direct-current. Petrol (lenerating
  • Set, 10-12 H.P., Quasi-Are Company. Ltd., 303
  • Motor (Generator Set, C. A. Parsons and Co..
  • Ltd., 277
  • Pudwyn Balance, Pneumatic and Electric
  • Tools, Rio et Gun, Consolidated stud
  • male Tool Company, Ltd., Suppt.,
  • ix
  • Portable Electric Planers, Saws and Sanding Machine, B.E.N. Patents. Ltd., -siippt.. 9.9.27, viii
  • Ships' Auxiliary Machinery- see Ships
  • Three-phase Welding Sot, Alloy Welding Processes, Ltd., 278
  • Vertical Motor, Metropolitan-Vickers Eire. ..rical Company, Suppt., 9.9.27, xi

Electrical Matters (continued):

  •  %Voiding Equipment, Binary Elect rice; Single-operator Welder; " Premier " Electrodes,
  • Premier Electric Welding Company, Suppt., 9.9.27, xviii
  • Welding Sot, Three-phase, Alloy Welding
  • Processes, Ltd., 278

Engines :

  • Auxiliary Lighting and Compressing Set,
  • with 10 B.H.P. Parsons Engine and 8-kW
  • Laurence Scott Generator; Marine Propulsion Set, 28 B.H.P. Paraffin or 32
  • B.H.P. Petrol, Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27, vi, vii
  • Cold-starting Oil Engine and Fuel Injection
  • Gear; Model. 17 B.H.P. Self-starting;
  • Petrol Engine Driven Air Compressing
  • Unit, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 333
  • Cold-starting Oil Engines, Valves, Various
  • Types, Robey and Co.. Ltd.. 304
  • Engine, 40 B.H.P. Four-cylinder, " Pup "
  • Petrol Motor, 4-6 B.H.P.. Ailsn Craig
  • Motor Comeany, Ltd., 339
  • Engines, Marino, Twin-cylinder. 4 B.H.P.;
  • Four-cylinder, 8 B.H.P., Elto Motor Saks
  • Company. 378
  • Internal Combustion Engines. High-duty;
  • Solf -contained Power 30 B.H.P.;
  • Electric Generator Sot, 8 kW, with four-cylinder Engine; " New Bronze " Phosphor I3ronzo Tubing, E. T. White and Co. (1926), Ltd., 336, 337
  • Kromhout 100 H.P. Two-cylinder Marine
  • Oil Engine, Permian and Co., Ltd., 378
  • Marine Auxiliary Lighting Set, 105 kW;
  • Three.cylinder Oil Engine Propulsion Set.;
  • Ruston mid Hornsby, Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27.
  • iv
  • Marine Motor, 0 13.H.P. Detachable, Walter
  • D. Fair and Co., 376
  • Marine Motor, Small; " Q " Series of Engines.
  • Two, Four or Six-cylinder; 20-kW Six-cylinder Oil Engine Generator Sot, Gleniffer
  • Motors,Ltd., 377
  • Marine Motors. Small and Large; Units for
  • Lighthouses and for Driving Portable Compressors, Six-cylinder Marine Motor, 48-54
  • B.H.P., Atlantic Engine Company (1920).
  • Ltd., 377
  • Marine Oil Engine, 2.10 B.H.P.. Auxiliary
  • Generator Set, Fiat. British Auxiliaries.
  • Ltd.. Suppt., 9.9.27, vi
  • Marine Oil Engine. Two-cylinder " Bolinder "
  • Type, 90 13.H.P.,• Smaller Engines for
  • Pumping and Winch Driving; Star
  • Contra Rudder, James Pollock, Sons and
  • Co., Ltd., 378
  • Models, Working, of Marine Oil Engines.
  • Long Stroke, Trunk Piston and Double-acting, Burmeister and Wain, Ltd., 304
  • Oil Engine Auxiliary Generating Sot, 125kW; Marine Propulsion Sot, 55 13.11.P.,
  • Potters (Ipswich), Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27, i,
  • ii, iii (iii Engine, 80 H.P., Generating Sot, Davy,
  • Paxinan and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27, i
  • Oil Engines : Six-cylinder Twin-screw Marine
  • Set; 12. 13.11.1'. Generating and Compressing Set; Three-cylinder. 18 B.H.P.
  • Marine Type Petrol-Paraffin Engine.
  • Norris, Honty and Gardners, Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27, v, vi
  • Petrol and Paraffin En*ines : Marine
  • Sot, 1-kW Automatic Lighting Set. Aster
  • Engineering Company (1913), Ltd.. Suppt., 9.9.27, iv. v
  • Six cylinder Marino Motor, 40-100 B.H.P., 181t. Empire Runabout Boat. with 10 H.P.
  • Motor. J. W. Brooke, Ltd., 338
  • "I'%%o-stroke Oil Engines : Marine Propulsion
  • Set, 24-28 H.P. • Direct-coupled Oil-electric Generator get, 3 kW; 1-kW Direct-coupled Lighting Set, Petters, Ltd.,
  • Suppt.. 9.9.27, iii

F

  • FILTER -see Oil Renovator, &c.
  • Fire Detection and Extinction on Ships, Lux• Rich System, Walter Kidd° and Co., 378
  • Furnaces, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • Furnaces, Smoke-consuming awl Surface Combustion- see' rnelassed

G

  • GAUGES—see Instruments

Gear and Gear-hardening :

  • See Electrical Matters and Turbines
  • Burn Gear. Reducing, Reversing and Speed-('hanging Winch Equipment, Electric. Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 332, 333
  • Chain Coupling, Chain Transmission Gears, Chain Speed Reduction Unit, & Coventry Chain Company. Ltd.. 376
  • Chain Reduction Gear for Large and Small Motor Vessels, Hans Renold. Ltd.. 337, 338
  • Kurnok Pinion and Gear, Change Speed BoN, Keenok Company, Ltd.. 336
  • Lift Gear. J. and E. Hall, Ltd., :139
  • Shorter Gear-hardening Machine, British Oxygen Company, Ltd.. 337
  • GENERATOR—sec Electrical Matters
  • Gyroscopic Complete Ship Equipment; Engine Revolution Indicator; Searchlights, Sperry Gyroscope Company, Ltd., 33.

I

Instruments, Indicators. Gauges, &e.:

  • See Electrical matters
  • Electrical CO: and CO Indicators and Recorders. Draught and Pressure Gauges, Illuminated Dial CO2 Indicators. Cambridge Instrument Co. Ltd.. Suppt.. 9.9.27,Vii$, XIX
  • High-pressure. Glass : Seatless Piston Valve, Richard K linger, Ltd.. 270, 277
  • Gauge, Martin's Feed-water Oil. 37,

K

  • KEENOK{—,are Gear

L

  • LATHE. Vertical Turret . Martin Brothers, Ltd., 307, 308
  • Lifeboat Light—are UnrIligged
  • Locomotive Superheater—see Superheater
  • Lubricators, Sight -feed Mechanical. Empire Engineering Co. Suppt., 9.9.27. xx

M

  • MAGNETS, Lifting Magnetic Separators with Potentiometer Controller, Rapid Thignetting Machine Company. Ltd., 378
  • Monet Metal : Condenser Tubes for Ships, Superheater Valves and Spindles, Centrifugal Basket for Drying Sulphate of Ammonia, Flexible Metallic Tubing. Coupling, Quick - Grip. ike., G. and .1. Weir, Ltd.. 33n
  • Motors—see Engines and Elect riC)11 Matt erg

N

  • NIBBLING Machine—wee Unela4meil

O

  • OIL Burner. Filma Oil Burners. Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27, vii, viii
  • Oil Fuel Burning Installation, .1. Samuel White and Co., Ltd., 377
  • Oil Renovator Boiler Feed Oil Eliminator;
  • Stream-line Filter. Rotary Type. Stream Line Filter Co. Ltd., 338
  • Oil Separators. Sharpies Centrifugal, Super-Centrifugal Engineers. Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27, xiv
  • Oxygen Blow-pipe Cutting Machine, Universal, Godfrey Engineering Works, Suppt.. 9.9.27.
  • xx—see Gear, &c.

P

  • PELTON Whee1-6CC Unclassed
  • Pneumatic and Electric Tools—see Electrical
  • Matters
  • Pulley Blocks—flee UltelkW4Cli

Pumps :

  • Centriftsgal Pumps for Drainage. Self-regulating; High-level Pumping Installations; 3its. and 14in. Ruston Pumps, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27. iv
  • High-speed Conical Pump, Electrieally Driven Duplex Bilge Pump with Silent Worm Drive. Vertical Electrically Driven Duplex Pump, A. G. Mumford, Ltd.. Suppt., 9.9.27, xii, xiii
  • Petrol-driven Self-contained Pumping Set, Aster Engineering Co (1913), Ltd..Suppt., 9.9.27, iv
  • Pump. 4in. Unchokeable. Electric-driven. Blackstone and Co.. Ltd., 334
  • Pumps for Oil. Petrol. Milk. Asphalt, &c.. Stothert and Pitt, Ltd.. 332
  • Valveless Rotary Pump. British Quadruplux. Ltd.. Suppt.. 9.9.27. xvi
  • PUNCHING and Shearing Machines; Laminated Spring Press. 200-Ton; Steal-framed Punching Press. 200-Ton; Shearing Machine for Reinforcing Rods, Henry Pols, Suppt.. 9.9.27. xv, xvi
  • Purifiers—are Oil Separators
  • Pyrometers : Electrical Radiation, Thermo-couple; Temperature Indicator, Foster Instrument Co. Suppt., 9.9.27, xviii

R

  • RECORDERS. Electrical—see Electrical Matters
  • Refrigerating Machine, COD; Single-acting Compressor Unit, H.M. Naval Service; CO2 Steam-driven Machine for Cooling Provision Rooms; Ammonia Machine, Direct-coupled; Ammonia Machine, with Two Single-acting Compressors. for Refrigeration on Land; " Hall Mark " Refrigerating Unit, with Automatic Electric Control; Lift Gear and Electric Controllers, J. and E. Hall, Ltd., :339
  • Rings, Double-convolution, Clews Petersen Piston Ring and Engineering Co. Ltd.. 378
  • Rubber, Raw. Production and Manufacture Appliances for Testing Properties of Rubber, -Rubber Growers' Association, 335

S

  • SCREEN—see Unclassed
  • Shearing Machines--see Punching

Ships, Small Craft :

  • Models of Naval and NIcrriintilt. Ships, Samuel White and Co., Lt d., 377
  • Motor Cruiser. 30ft., with Twin-cylinder 9 B.H.P. Engine Hydroplane Cruiser. 3uft., and 110 B.H.P., Six-cylinder Petrol Engine : Model of Single-screw Ship with Het tner Type Hand-operas 4•d St te line Rudders. Hartield and Co.. Ltd., 3111
  • Petrol and Paraffin Engines models of Large Ships. Thornycrot t Oil Fuel Burning Gear, .John I. Thornyerolt and Co., Ltd.. 339. 340
  • Shipbuilding Models and Photographs. Lathe and Small Tools, Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth and Co., Ltd., 375
  • Ships' Auxiliary Machinery Steam and Electric-driven Generator Sets; Armature of 210-kW Generator for Coupling to Diesel Oil Engine, Sunderland Forge and Engineering Co. Ltd.. 377—see Winches. Unclassed
  • STEAM Air Ejectors. Condensate Pumps, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company,Ltd., Sup-pi..9.9 x. xi
  • Steels Corrosion-resisting Steel, " Era C. R."; Heat-resisting Steel, " Era H.R.," Hadfields, Ltd., :331: Vibrac Steel, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., 375
  • Stokers, Mechanical. Self -cleaning, Natural Draught; Stokers, Mechanical, Chain Grate. Cellular Typo; Stoker, Sprinkler; Bucket Elevator. Edward Bennis and Co., Ltd.. 306. 307
  • Strainer—see Unclassed
  • Superheater, Locomotive, Cruse Gray High-Temperature. Victory Valves. Ltd.. and Bolton's Superheater and Pipe Works, Ltd., 276
  • Surface Combustion—see Unclassed

T

  • TECTOSCOPES—see Unelassed
  • Tools, Portable and other Electric—wee Electrical Matters and Shipbuilding, &c.
  • Trucks, Electric, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27, xix

Turbines and Turbine Gearing :

  • Turbine Gearing, Double-reduction, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 41.9.27.x
  • De Laval 20 B.H.P. Steam Turbine for 13-kW Ships' Lighting Set; Pumps;
  • Transmission Gears. &c., Greenwood and Batley, Ltd.. 376 .
  • Turbine Installation, High-pressure Geared Low-pressure Turbine Reduction Gear; Models of, &c., Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Co. Ltd.. 333
  • Turbine. Steam. Generator Set; Capon Impulse Fan. Scott and Hodgson. Ltd.. 375

U

  • Unclassed Exhibits :
  • Auto-Klean Strainer and Auto-Klean Oil Strainer, Auto- Klean Strainers, Ltd.. 276
  • Chernieal Colander. Crawsliaw's, Castner-Kellner Alkali Company, Ltd., 34,3
  • " Clear View Screen." George Kent. Ltd., Suppt.. 9.9.27. xvii
  • Drill. Double-spindle, aml \\*Iry •draw ing Bondi, Crinist Prichas d;toil I 'I tut t e, Ltd.. 275, 276
  • Furnace, Smoke-consuming, for Lancashire Boilers, Turbine Furnace Co, Ltd., 338
  • Life-buoy Light. C. A. Vandervell and Co., Ltd.. 279
  • Nibbling " Machine, J. B. Stone and Co.. Ltd., 334
  • Felton Wheel with Deflector Governor, Water-driven Generator Set, Percy Pitman, 375
  • Pulley Blocks, Wrought Steel, Universal System of Machine Moulding and Machinery Company. Ltd.. 333
  • Surface Combustion : Cox's " Ignite Combustors," Furnaces, Annealing and Heat. Treatment; Melting Pot; Water Heating, Metropolitan Fuel Company. Ltd.. 331. 332
  • Tectoseopes and Tectophones, Capac Company, Ltd.. 333
  • Winch, 3-Ton Electric Cargo. Laurence Scott and Co.. Ltd., 376
  • Winch, 3-Ton Electric Cargo, Worm-geared Sunderland Forge and Engineering Company, Ltd., 377
  • Winches, Ship's Cargo. 30-Cwt. Electric; Winches, W4::•rm Geared Electric for H.M. Naval Service. Harfield and Co., Ltd., 340
  • Worm -driven Winch, Metroplitan-Vickers Electrical Company. Ltd., Suppt., 9.9.27, x

V

  • VACUUM Machinery—see Air Compressors Valve, Mason. Section of; Multi-seat Valve, H. L. Mason, 277
  • Valve, Seatless Piston. Richard Klinger. Ltd..
  • Valves. Wrought Steel, and Cast. Steel. Models of Water-tube Boilers, Babcock and Wilcox. Ltd.. 306

W

  • WATER Recorder and Weir, Lea Recorder Company, Ltd., 275
  • Water Softening and Filtration Plants. Large and Small, United Water Softeners. Ltd., 335
  • Welding. Electric—see Electrical Matters
  • Winches--see Unclassed
  • Wire-drawing Bench—see Unclassed

Miscellaneous Articles

A

  • ABRASION see Iron and Steel Actions for Negligence, 742
  • Admiralty—see Ships
  • Aerial Ropeway at Ardonrigg Colliery. Main Ropeways, Ltd.. 256. 262

AERONAUTICS :

  • Aircraft Carrier*—see Ships, Naval Matters Deformations and Stress Distribution in Rigid Airships, Professor W. Hovgaard, 90 " Singapore." All-metal Flying 13oat Short Brothers, Ltd.. 131 Westland Aircraft Works, Yeovil, 200, 204
  • AIR Compressing Machinery. Portable Air Compressors. Reavell and Co., Ltd., 117
  • Air Compressor, Portable Petrol-driven, G. H. Blakemore, 593
  • Air Compressor, Portable Self-contained. Broom and Wade, Ltd., 18
  • Air Compressor Sot, Petrol Portable, Heiman Bros., Ltd., 592
  • Air Heater and Economiser. Combined. A. E. Leek and Galloways, Ltd.. 462, 463 : (Corrections), 495
  • Airless Injection—see Engines
  • Aitchison, Dr. Leslie. Lecture. Non-ferrous Metals in Modern Transport, 288
  • Alexander, F. 11., Propulsive Efficiency of Rowing, 63
  • Alternators—see Electrical Matters
  • Aluminium Alloys, Undorcooling of Some, Dr. Marie Gayler, 301
  • Aluminium, Centenary of, W. W. Haldane Gee, 649
  • Aluminium and Corrosion. T‘‘i• Papers, H. Sutton, A..1. Sidery, and .1. W. W. 1Villstrop. 330
  • America, Labour Conditions in. T. W. Robinson, 447, 457

AMERICAN DIARY : 112, 140, 166, 167. 194, 220. 246, 272. 298, 328, 360, 386. 414, 444, 472. 500. 528. 556

  • American Bridge Company, 298
  • American Engineering Council, 273
  • American Locomotive Works, 501
  • An Engineering School. 246
  • Baldwins, 220
  • Boston and Cambridge, 528
  • AMERICAN DIARY frontinurd):
  • Bureau of Standards, 272
  • Carnegie Institute of Teehindogy. 299
  • Chicago, 360
  • Cleveland and the Avon Slat ion. 444
  • Colfax, 299
  • Columbia Power Station. 328
  • Crawford-avenue and Calumet • 360
  • Detroit. 414
  • Edgar Station, 528
  • Fixed Nitrogen Research, 272
  • General Electric Company, 500
  • Graybar Building, 141
  • Illinois Central Railroad, 386
  • Mercury Boiler. 556; (Letter), 638
  • Niagara, 472
  • Notable Research Laboratory. 528
  • Pittsburgh, 298
  • Queenston Power-house, 472
  • Schenectady, 500
  • Trenton Channel, 414
  • Washington, 272
  • ConehNion. 557

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS : 176

  • Direct Metal Castings. 176
  • Electric and Oil-electric Shunting Engines. 176
  • Forced Draught Locomotive. 176
  • Travelling Conveyors to Handle. Coal, 176
  • Waste Incinerator, 176
  • Waterworks Pumping Stations, 176
  • AMSTERDAM Congres. for Testing Materials, 400. 422
  • Anderson, John, Operating Experiences with 1300 lb. Steam Pressure, 605, 621; (Letter), 653
  • Anniversary. The 110th. of John Coekerill Works. 429
  • Arc-welded Connections for Steel Structures,
  • A. M. Candy, 378
  • Ardensigg—see Coal, &c.
  • Arley Colliery—see Coal. &e.
  • Armstrong. H. C., Characteristic Furnace
  • Curves, &c., 445
  • Armstrong, H. C., and T. Xordenson, on
  • Measurement of Steam Flow, 622
  • Asphalt Plant, Bitumen Boiler, &c., Johnston
  • Brothers, 502

ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES
British Association :

  • Meeting in Leeds. 258, 273. 312
  • Prince of M'ales' Message, 258
  • SECTION G. EtentaNmERixo :
  • Presidential Address. Invention as a Link
  • in Scientific and Economic Progress, Professor Sir James Henderson, 258, 273
  • Design of Large Low-pressure Water Conduits. H. H. Burness, 375
  • Discussion on Coal. 312
  • Internal Heat of the Earth, 0. L. Hodgson,
  •  :114 •
  • Internal Combustion Engines, Professor
  • W. T. David, :373
  • Ji•t Wave Rectifier, Julius Hartmann, 372
  • Low Lift Axial Flow and Centrifugal Pumps, H. R. Lupton and J. H. W. Gill, 374
  • Lubrication, 274
  • Lubrication of Surfaces Under High Loads and Temperatures, Dr. T. H. Stanton, 274
  • Strength of Reinforced Concrete Beams in Shear, .1. Gilchrist. 374
  • Super-tension Cables, Percy Dunsheath, :144
  • Switchgear for Alternating Currents, H. W. Clothier, 345
  • The Electric Discharge, Professor William Cramp. 274
  • Transmission of Power by Belts, W. Swift, 374
  • Transport. on the Farm, Borlase latt hews. 374
  • SECTION J. PSYCHOLOGY :
  • Machine Speeds and Output, F. Wytit t . 372
  • SECTION L. EDVCATION :
  • Education and Industry. Papers by T.
  • Wickham Murray. E. Walls, J. H. Everett.,
  • Dr. H. Schofield, A. P. M. Fleming, 373

British Waterworks Association :

  • )rigin and Distribnt ion of Underground
  • Waters. Dr. J. W. Gregory. 104

Diesel Engine User's Association:

  • Centrifugal Castings for Diesel Engines, J. E.
  • Hurst, 635
  • Fuel Experiments in a Mechanical Injection
  • Oil Engine, E. L. Bass, 434

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) : Institute of British Foundrymen :

  • Sheffield Convent ion. 72. 93
  • Cylinder* and Piston Rings, Monsieur Audo, 93
  • Importance of Air Control in Efficient Cupola
  • Practice. P. H. Wilson, 73
  • International Committee of Foundry Technical Associations. 94
  • Manganese and Whiteheart Malleable, E. R. Taylor. 94 •
  • Nboatifacture of a Large Steel Casting, F. A.
  • Mohnoth and T. W. Brown, 94
  • Nickel and Chromium in Cast Iron, Professor
  • Piwowarsky. 94
  • Presidential Address, .1. T. Goodwin, 72
  • Properties of Coke Affecting the Cupola Melting of Steel, J. T. MacKenzie, 73
  • Strength of Cast Iron. J. E. Fletcher, 94
  • Stresses in Non-ferrous Castings, Professor ('.11. 1)e,eli. 74

Institute of Fuel :

  • Autumn. Mort nig. 547. 594, 620
  • Programtne. 547
  • British Coking Industry and Some of Its Products. Robert Ray, 622
  • Chemical Study of Processes Involving the Carbonisation of Coal by Internal Heating. Professor M. W. Travers. 022
  • Measurement, of Steam Flow. H. C. Armstrong and T. Nordenson, 022
  • National Electricity Supply, Sir Philip Dawson, 62()
  • Oil Fuel. ( I ) Dr. A. E. Dunstan and Dr. H. G. Shatwell. (2) J. Ivon Graham and D. G. Skinner. 622
  • Operating Experiences with 1300 lb. Steam Pressure, John Anderson. 605; (Letter). 653
  • Preheated Air for Boiler Furnaces, P. H. N. Ulander, 622
  • Presidential Address, Sir Alfred Mond, 594
  • Steam Production at 1300 lb. Pressure, J. Anderson. 605, 621
  • Vertical Intermittent Chambers Ovens, N. J. Bowater. 622

Iron and Steel Institute :

  • Autumn Meet ing. 53, 347, :361. 388
  • Date and Programme, 53, 263

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES
Iron and Steel Institute (continued)

  • Behaviour of Mild Steel Under Prolonged Stress at. 3(10 dog. Cont., Dr. W. Romonimos and Dr. D. Hanson, 348
  • Carbon-silicon Alloys. Dr. Hanson, 348
  • Carnegie Gold Medal Awards, 301
  • Economic and Social Development of the American Iron and Steel Industry, Theodore W. Robinson, 347. 447, 457
  • Effect of Varying Ash in Coke, C. S. Gill, 382
  • High-frequency Induction Melting, D. F. Campbell, 363
  • Nickel-ehromium Steels, Magnetic and Other Changes, ate., H. A. Diekie, 388
  • Nickel-silicon Iron Alloys. A. It. Everest., 383
  • Sthea Gel as a Blast Drying Medium, E. II Lewis, 361
  • Solution and Precipitation of Cementite. .1. H. Whiteley, 3813
  • Theory of the Blao•furnitee Provosts, DI Fritz Want, 302
  • Work•hardening of Steel by Abrasion. E. C Herbert, 388

Institute of Marine Engineers :

  • Presidential Address, Royal Navy and the Mercantile Marine, Enginiser.Captain Onyon, 310

Institute of Metals :

  • Autumn Meeting. 148. 288. 301, 329 Programme, 148
  • Age Hardening Tests with Elektron Alloys+. K. I.. Meissner, 331
  • Aluminium and Corrosion, Two Papers on. H. Sutton and A. .1. Sidery, and .1. W. W. Waist rop, 330
  • Copper-magnesium Alloys. W. T. Cook and W. R. D. Jones. 302
  • Copper, Zinc and Cadmium, Alloys of, C. H. M. .Jenkins, 330
  • Effect of Work and Annealing on the Lead tin Eutectic. F. Hargreaves, 302
  • Equilibrium Diagram of Copper-tin Alloys, &,e., A. It. (taper, 302
  • Etching Specimens by Cathodic Dimintegralion, Cyril S. Smith, 331
  • Grain Growth in Metal Powder. Meseiss. Smithells and Others, :330
  • Magnemi titn.eadmi inn, W. 11 mno•Rot her).and S. W. Rowell, 331
  • Minute Shrinkage Cavities in Some Cast Alloys of Heterogeneous Structure, William A. Cowan, 329
  • Nomination of Officers and Councillors. 301
  • Non-ferrous Metals in Modern Transport.
  • Lett are by Dr. Leslie Aitchison. 288
  • Solid Magnesium and Liquid Tin Reaction, W. Hiune•Rothery. 302
  • Undercooling of Some Alumloom Alloys, Dr. Marie Gayler, 301

Institution of Chemical Engineers :

  • Series of Meetings, Programme, 608
  • Three-day Conference, 678
  • Design of Refrigerating Plants, G. W. Daniels, 8711
  • Refrigeration, Practical Aspeetfeting Chew, 679
  • Refrigerators, Electric Automatic, Raymond .1. Mitchell, 079
  • Industrial Lighting, W. .1. Jones, 679
  • Silica and Fire.elay Products. A. T. Green. 679
  • Submerged Flame Combustion, Norman Swindin, 678
  • Weighmeter, IC G. Parker and Others, 679

Institution of Civil Engineers :

  • Development of Inland Transport. President s& Address, E. F. C. 'Trench. 601
  • October Examination, 1927, Peas List (Interim), 025
  • Power Gas from Sewage Sludge. C. Vokes and C. B. Tow nend. 693
  • Transfer of Heist in Cylinder Lecture by Professor Dr.•Ing. Adolph Nagel.•420, 459, 481), 508

Institution of Electrical Engineers :

  • Elect re! Ploughing, nodose+ Matthews, 005
  • Higher Steam Pressures and their Appliestams to the Steam Turbine, A. H. Law and
  • .1. P. ('hittenden, 514
  • e•sidential Address, Arrhilmid Page. 480

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland :

  • Brits-‘11 Steel Industry. K. 1). Moore. 391
  • Factors of Safety and Quality of Material.
  • W. H. Riddlesworth. 748
  • Recent Developments of the Marine Exhaust
  • Steam Turbine, Dr. Gustav Mow, 092

Junior Institution of Engineers :

  • Perkins, Loftus I'., and High-pressure Steam, 63:1
  • The Nile and the l'se of 114 Waters, Mir
  • Mtirdoek Macdonald. 598
  • Vihro Conerete Piling, N. McCarthy, 490
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers :
  • Annual Dinner, 707
  • Cutting Tools Research Committee, Report.
  • K. O. Herbert, 050
  • Ilawkoley. Thomas. Lecture. X.rays and the
  • Crystalline Structure of Materials. Sir
  • William H. Bragg. 535
  • ,Modern Portland Cement Plant, Hal
  • Gut toridge. 604, 010
  • President in) Address, Sir Henry Kessler,
  • Excerpts from. 474
  • Marne Experimental Results from a Three•
  • cylinder Compound Engine, Lawfortl II.
  • Fry. 706. 714. 718. 731
  • Summer Meeting at Birmingham. 16, 4I
  • Efforts of the Automobile Industry on the
  • Midlands. H. Kerr Thomas. Id. 21; (Correction), 46
  • Visits. 44
  • NORM-WESTERN :
  • Annual Dinner, 664
  • Joint Meeting with the Liverpool Engineering
  • Society, Modern Portland Cement Plant.
  • Hal Oat toridge, 093

ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES(continued)
Institution of Mechanical Engineers (continued):

  • SMITH WALKS BRANCH :
  • Visit to Cardiff nooks, 77
  • Yonxisninr: IlitAmen :
  • Chairman's 1.1dresm, .1. II. Barker, 7211

Institution of Naval Architects :

  • Summer Meeting in Cambridge. 03, 88, 111
  • Degrees Conferred by 1 he Vice•Chaticellor. 91, 170
  • Average Winter Kea Speeds. J. L. Kent, 89
  • Deformations and Stress Distribution in
  • Rigid Airships, Professor W. Hovgaard, 90
  • Propulsive Efficiency of Rowing, F. 11.
  • Alexander, 63
  • Pulverised Fuel for Marino Purposes, Engi•
  • neer•Captain J. C. Brand, 65, 75
  • Screw Propeller Efficiency, G. S. Baker, 88
  • Ships from Pepys' Manusfripts, 0. S. Laird
  • Clowes, 03
  • Visits at Cambridge. Bedford and Ipswich. 117, 118
  • Air Compressing Machinery, 117, 118
  • Marino Auxiliary and Propelling Machi •
  • nary, 117, 118

North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders :

  • I•remidentiol Address, Maurice C. (Iibb, 509

Institution of Petroleum Technologists :

  • 14)rromion by Oil. Iloroce .1, Young, 436

Institution of Public Lighting Engineers :

  • Annual Confer...nee, 211 Programme, 211

Society of Chemical Industry :

  • Automatic- Liquid Analysis. Dr. II - II.,1 field, 652

Society of Engineers :

  • Internal Condoodion Oscar Brindisi, 18

Newcomen Society

  • Summer Meeting, 8
  • Making and Rolling of Iron, John W. HMI, 689

Physical and Optical Societies :

  • Exhibition, 710
  • AITDO, Monsieur, Cylinders and Piston Rings, 93
  • Automatic Gas Controllers, Newbridgc, and
  • Electric Time Switches for Street Lamps,
  • Horstmann Gear Company, Ltd., 027
  • Automatic Liquid Analysis. Dr. H. S. Ilntlield. 652
  • Automatic Machine—see Surveying
  • .‘utomobile Industry. Effects of the, on the
  • Midlands, H. Kerr Thorne", 10. 21
  • Auto.truck for Air•eooled Petrol Engine R. A.
  • Lister and Co., Ltd., 02 13

B

  • RA K ER, G. S., Screw Propeller Efficiency. 88
  • Balanced Worm Gear Drive, H.R., for Ship
  • Propulsion, J. Stone and Co., Ltd.. 605
  • Baldwins—see American Diary; and Ratlwnn
  • Locomotives
  • Barrage, Nag Hammadi, 250, 251
  • Basis, E. 1, Fuel Experiments in a Nleelinnicel
  • Injection Oil Engine. 434
  • Belgintn—ate ('anal, and Industrial
  • Bauer, Dr. Gustav, Reeent Development n of the
  • Marine Exhaust Steam Turbine, 692
  • Berlin—see Engineering Materials Conference.
  • and Electrical Matters
  • Binder. Ruston and Hortusby. Ltd.. 60
  • Bitumen and Tar. Byproducts of Coal and
  • Petroleum, Various Apparatus for Testing.
  • Baird and Tat kirk. Ltd., 591
  • Bitumen or Tar spraying Machines, W. Weeks
  • and Ron, Ltd., 592
  • Bituminous Maeadam Plant.".facto," Goodwin, Hanby and Co.. Ltd., 627
  • Blast •furnace—ses Iron
  • Blast Pipe—ate Railway Loromotives
  • Boiler Explosion, 546
  • Boiler Furnaces. Design of. W. .1. 11'oblenberg
  • and F. W. Brooks. 120, 126
  • Boiler Furnaces, Preheated Air for, P. H. N.
  • Ulander, 622
  • Internal I 'ombustion. °seer Brunler, 1 M
  • Boiler 'renting, Cross.eheeks in. 400
  • Boilers, Iligli-preasure, for MerwedekenanI
  • Power Station, Stork Brothers, 32, 58, 711
  • Boilers, Thersoax, Ruston and Burnaby, 14141., 626
  • Boilers— are liens Engine Trials, (also Sup,
  • beaters
  • Books of Reference, 352, 547
  • Bottle-making Machine. A Large, F. Redfern
  • and Metropolitan•Viekers Electrical Company, Ltd.. 3, 14. 48
  • Bowater, N. J., %ion kill Intermit tent Chambers
  • Ovens, 622
  • Bragg, Sir W. H., Thomism Hswksley levels
  • X •rayn and the Crystalline Structure of
  • Materials, 635, 641
  • Brand, Engineer.Captain .1. ('
  • .. Pulverised
  • Fuel for Marine Purposes, 65, 75

BRIDGES :

  • filokatt Bridge, Taranaki, New Zealand, 171, 178
  • Moving a Large Bridge, 119
  • Road Bridge, New, Between Newcastle and ("Rumbaed. 728. 740
  • Strengthening a Bridge Over the River Don, 342, 346
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge. Erecting Cranes for,
  • Dorman. Long and Co.. Ltd.. 475. 484
  • Tournello Bridge, Paris. 436
  • BRIGHTER Mathematics, 619
  • British Columbia, Hydraulic Power Developments in. 622, 630

BRITISH ENGINEERING STANDARDS ASSOCIATION.

  • Kiln'Wiley 1), Electrical Machinery, 836
  • Engineering Dra% ink/ -.Art. Practice. Report
  • of Committee. 348

Specifications:

  • Bull Bearings and Parallel Roller Bearings, 405 (*ornery 'rub Dross bars, Shackles RIO nl) 11111101. 118
  • Fare-plate Startors,
  • Flame•proof Type Plug and Soeket, 11g
  • I modal ing Oils, 8
  • NI lineable Iron ('ast ingest 636
  • Naval Brass liars and Mast ions, 228
  • Ordinary Size Bayonet Lamp Holders. 463
  • Paint Materials, MIA
  • Paints and Painting Materials, 366
  • Paints, 1'arnitshem and Paint Ingredients. 81
  • Railway Rails, 438
  • Rivets. 8
  • Round Strand Steel Wire Ropes. 608
  • Steel Bars for Machinery, 710
  • Street Lighting. 289
  • Tramway Rails and Fishplates. 479
  • Transformers for Power and Lighting. 118
  • Tubular Tramway Poles, 463
  • Tungsten Filament Electric lamps. 366
  • Two•pin Plugs and Sorkets. 479
  •  %Vire Ropeslor Cranes. 436
  • BRITISH Foundrymen, Institute—see Asses
  • dation,.
  • British Magnetic Stations, Comparison of thr
  • Records from. 249
  • British Steel—see Iron and Steel

C

  • CABLE Chain, Sin. Cast Steel, %Valliant Beard
  • more. 237
  • calendars. Diaries, &c., /163, 700
  • cansphell, Dr. F.. High•frequienry Induction
  • melting. 383. 848 ( amulet. In, with the Empire Mining Mourn.... 538, 384, 590, 832, 747 ( 'smudges Natural Resources, 122
  • I sattoola—ate Engineering !whinnies

CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS: 4140, 680

  • Aerial Survey for a Tratoolio...o.s. Line, 650
  • Canadian Hydro.electrie Works. 458
  • Proposed Canadian Railway. 858
  • Railway. A New, 680
  • Research in Canada. 656
  • CANADIAN Wood Cellulose. Thu, 7:is
  • 'anal. Welland Ship. 198
  • canal and Electricity Rehouses in lielgosto.
  • Important. 158
  • Car, Self-propelling. with " Morris " Chassis;
  • Dust Cart. Low.loading. Tuke and Hell. Ltd.. 1192
  • Carless's-silicon Alloys, Dr. Hanson. 318
  • Castings, Iron and Steel—are Iron and Steel
  • Catalogues, 135. 101, 189. 244, 293, 323. 381, 467. 583, 697
  • Cause of Wheel Wobble. Telford Petrie, 676
  • Cavities in Cast Alloys. ac.. Shrinkage in.
  • William A. Cowan, 329
  • sementite. Solution and Procaine at ion of, J.
  • Whiteley, 389
  • Centenary of Aluminium. W. W. Haldane Gee. 649
  • Centenary of Freund. 13$
  • Centrifugal Castings-- are, Engines
  • Characteristic Furnace Curves, he.. H. C.
  • Armstrong. 445
  • tticago—see American Dtary. trod ‘Vitter
  • Supply
  • Chloronome for Water ruralises', Paterson
  • Engineering Company. Ltd.. 627
  • circulator—see Hot Wester
  • cloekwork Controllers for Street Oat Lighting.
  • Metropolitan Gam Meters. Ltd.. 627
  • clothier. H. W.. Switeligear for Alternating
  • Current. 345
  • Clown. ().N. Laird. Ships from Pepys' Mann.
  • scripts. 63

COAL. COKE AND COLLIERIES :

  • Ardenrigg Morowahlo Aerial Rope
  • way at. Main !toponym, Ltd.. 2M1. 262
  • British Coking Industry, Robert Ray. 622
  • Discussion on Coal (WOW' Association), 312
  • Internal Heat of the Kara,. .1. I,. Hodgson. 314
  • Electrie-pneumatie Decking “ear at Arl.
  • colliery. Warwickshire,. West inghou,..•
  • Brake and Mashy Signal Company. Ltd.. 101 (Tut fillip Supplement, July 22nd. 1927)
  • Ferryhridge ( Inners! ing Stat ion, ('cal
  • handling Arrangements, 488, 503 30.Ton Hydraulic Coal Hoists, Mir W. C
  • Armstrong. Whitworth and Co., Ltd.. 184
  • Modification of Raw Coal, 631
  • Pulverisation of Coal, 372; (Letter), 441:i
  • Pulverised Coed on Ships, 482
  • Use of Low•grade Fuels. 600
  • COLWYN Hay, Repent Mile Dareolue at, 172
  • Comparison o1 flit t nag Tools, MO
  • Compressed Air Meter, New Forts. of, K. .1.
  • Laschinger, 747 ( sompresmor, Port able, Millars•Worthingtall. 676
  • Concrete Cylinders for Moksu Bridge. 171, 178
  • Concrete Mixer, Pin Typo. Samuel Pegg and
  • Son. 627
  • Concrete Mixers : with Hoist, 592. 593; with
  • Spades. 693; with Turntable and Chute.
  • Wining (1924). Ltd., 502
  • Concrete Mixers. Marshall-Benson," 61. 694;
  • Asphalt Plant; Rollers. Steam and Oil.
  • driven, Marshall, Mons and Co., Ltd., 594
  • Concrete Mixers. Tilting Drum, Ransomes and
  • Rapier. Ltd.. 627
  • Concrete—see Reinforced. and 'tribe°
  • Condensation of Steam. 44
  • Condensers at Hell (late and Sherman's ('reek. 141
  • Condensers for Power Factor Correction. 280, 314
  • Condensers, Tam Arrangements of, 72; (Letter). 185
  • Conference of Czech Engineer.. 547
  • Conference on Engineering Materials. Berlin, 1927, 352
  • Conference, Internationals on Fuel, 147; Pro•
  • gramme, 147
  • Congress of Scientific Management, Third, 158
  • Congress--see Amsterdam. Empire \11111 ng .
  • and Public Works
  • Continuous Combust iiin at High Pressures,
  • E. C. Winnow. 704
  • Contracts, 28, 84, 107. 138. 181, 192, 218. 214. 270, 293, 358. 384. 409, 442. 470, 498, 523, 551, 580. 608, 641. 872, 726, 751
  • Copper•magriesitim Alloys. W. T. Cook and
  • W . R. 1). loners. 302
  • Copper tin Alloys. Equilibrium Diagram. &c..
  • A. R. Raper. 302
  • Copper, Zinc and Cadmium, Alloys of, C. H. M.
  • Jenkins, 330
  • Corrosion by Oil, Horace J. Young. 430
  • Cost of Noise, Professor Spooner. 18
  • Cowan, W. A., Minute Shrinkage Cavities in
  • Cast Alloys. tic., 329
  • Cramp. Professor William. The Electric. Discharge, 274
  • Crane, Constant-radius Lulling, Surrey Engineering Company. Ltd.. 548
  • Crane with Fordson Tractor. Chaseside Engi•
  • mining Company. Ltd.. 628
  • entries. Erecting. tcir Sydney Harbour Bridge.
  • Dorman, Long and Co.. Ltd., 475. 484
  • Cranes, Level-It:fling Jib. Edward G. Viegehen, 222. 240; (Letter). 318
  • Cross-cheeks—see Boiler Testing
  • Crushers. •• Heels " Disc. Hadfield's, Ltd.. 891
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 20. 54. 82. 108, 136. 102. 190, 210, 242. 2118, 21)4, 324, 350, 382, 410. 440, 408. 496, 524, 552, 584,
  • 014. 042, 070, 098, 724. 763
  • Cutting Temperature*. Effect on Tools and on
  • Materials Subjected to 1Vork, K G. Herbert, 650, 050
  • Cylinders, Locomotive—see Railway horn.
  • motives
  • Cylinders and Piston Rings. Monsieur Ando, 03 ('tech Engineers' Conference. 547

D

  • DAVID, Professor W. T.. Internal Com•
  • bust ion Engines. 373
  • Dawson, Sir Philip. National Electricity Supply.
  • 020
  • Dawson. Sir Philip, and Professor 8. Parker
  • Smith on Main Line Railway Electrification, 30, 86, 118--ace Railways, anti Railway
  • Locomot eves
  • " Decorated Concrete " Making 3Ineleine. Metal
  • Traders Technical. Ltd.. 626
  • Decking Gear—see Coal. &e.
  • Deformations—see Airships
  • Deptford Shalt Sinking Accident, 024
  • Deptford—are %Voter Supply
  • Design of Furnaces—are Boiler
  • Diary—see American
  • Dicke, H. A.. Nickel-chromium Steels. Temper
  • Brittleness of. ace.. 388
  • Docks. Gladstone. Liverpool. 02. 90
  • Drainage and Irrigation of La Camargue. 224
  • Drill. Portable Petrol Engine-driven. Major
  • P. C. Bird, 694
  • Dunsheath. Percy, Super-tension Cables, 344
  • Dust Carts. Freighter, Shelvoke and Drewry,
  • Ltd.. 027

E

  • ECONOMICS of Speed. 031; (Letter). 083 •
  • Edgware• road —are Railways
  • Edueast ion and Industry, Pipers by T. Wickham
  • Murray, E. Walls. .1. H. Everett, Dr. H.
  • Schofield, A. P. M. Fleming. 373
  • Educational intelligence, 94. 203, 38K, 4051, 523

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • .1(14.1aide Power St at ion. Extensions to haling Minter System. 578
  • Alternator, 10,500-kW Slow-speed,
  • nernerts•
  • tielmekert. 310 319
  • Avon Power Station, 444
  • Bell Laboratories of the Western Electrie
  • Company. 16$
  • Berlin Engineering Materials Exhibition, 1.000,1100Arolt Electrical Testing Plant; 610,n00•Volt and Other Insulators; Testing Automobile Forging,.; Torsion Dyna•
  • mometer for Testing Bearing Friction, 6113, 604
  • Hull Are Welding Plant. K. R. and F. Turner.
  • latd.. 02 ('hanging of Tappings on Loaded Trans.
  • formers (leer, Ferranti, Ltd., 235
  • Columbia Power Station. 328, 329
  • Enna Biter Station, New York, 160. 107
  • Electra. Battery 1'ehirles, Refuse Collecting
  • Wagon. Elect riears. Ltd.. 574
  • Electrical Converting Plant. 71
  • Electric Ploughing, Dorian° Matthews, 4105
  • Electricity Supply ensue the Independent
  • Power Plant, 404
  • Electrode Steam Generators, Oerlikon ('um.
  • puny, 183
  • Ferrybridge Station of tiro Yorkshire Electric Power Company. 488. 480. 503. 532,
  • A411
  • Ferranti Transformers at Ferrybridge St a•
  • t 632, 540 1 I answer. Eleetro•mechanical. Improved.
  • Emilio Company. Ltd., 660
  • Heavy Oil Electric Generating Set, Crossley
  • Brothers. British Thormson•Houstmt and
  • Others. 39
  • Hell Cate Power Station, 113
  • Hudson Avenue Power Station. 194
  • International Electro•Technical Commission, 187
  • Lanarkshire Hydroelectric Power Scheme. 364, 370. 394. 417
  •  %%stunt Motors, l.snra*hire Dynamo and
  • Motor Company. 100
  • Merwedekatutal Power Station, 32. 58. 70
  • Mid-Cheshire Electricity Scheme, 588, 600
  • National Electricity Supply. Mir Philip
  • Dawson, 620

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued)

  • Oil Circuit Breaker, Switchgear, Sec., at
  • Ferrybridge, British Thomson-Houston
  • Company, 532, 540
  • Outdoor Sub-stations, English Electric Company, Ltd., 561
  • Overhead Transmission Lines, 151
  • Power-house Extensions at Stoke-on-Trent, 544
  • Propelling Motors for the Panama Pacific
  • Liner California, General Electric Company, 282, 285
  • Queenston Power-house, 472
  • Rural Electricity Supplies, 258; (Letter), 318
  • Rural Electrification, 743
  • Shanghai Electricity Undertaking, 94
  • Shannon Power Scheme, 618, 646, 674, 686, 702
  • Sherman Crook Power Station, 140
  • South-East England Electricity Scheme, 399
  • South Wales Power Transmission Scheme, 127
  • The Electric Discharge, Professor William
  • Cramp, 274
  • Trans-Caucasia, Opening of an Electric
  • Power Station in, 50
  • Trenton Channel Power-house, 414 13,330 kVA Vertical Water-wheel Alternator,
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company. 716
  • ELEKTRON Alloys, IC. I.. Meissner, 331
  • Elevating Truck—see Truck
  • Empire Development and the Engineer,
  • Douglas Spencer, 688
  • Empire Mining Congress, In Canada with the, 530, 564, 590, 632, 747

ENGINES AND MOTORS :

  • Airless Injection 675 B.H.P. Oil Engine.
  • Campbell Gas Engine Company, Ltd.. 151;
  • Beardmore-Toni Six-cylinder Supercharged
  • Oil Marine Engine, 54,1 546
  • Cable Ploughing Engine, 70 H.P.. with High-speed Diesel Motor, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 38
  • Centrifugal Castings for Diesel Engines.
  • J. E. Hurst, 635
  • Cold-starting 30 H.P. Oil Engine, Clayton am f
  • Shuttleworth. Ltd., 655
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., Engines : Crude Oil
  • Paraffin and Petrol-paraffin, Cold-starting
  • Two-stroke Vertical Oil, 39
  • Crude Oil Engine, Handyman Agricultural
  • Petrol or Paraffin Engine, &c., Petters,
  • Ltd., 60
  • Crude Oil Engines, 50 B.H.1'. and 25 11.11.1'..
  • Robey and Co., Ltd., 10
  • Crude Oil Hopper-cooled Engines, 35 B.H.P.
  • Diesel Oil Engine with Spring Injection.
  • Petrol Engine, 3 and 4 B.H.P., Blackstone
  • and Co., Ltd., 61
  • Diesel-engined Road Roller, McLaren-Benz
  • Engine for Cable Ploughing, &c., J. and
  • H. McLaren, Ltd., 40
  • Diesel Ploughing Engine, High-speed, J. and
  • H. McLaren, Ltd., 655
  • Experimental Results from a Three-cylinder
  • Compound Engine, Lawford H. Fry, 706. 714, 718
  • Four-stroke Hot-bulb Oil Engines, Fielding
  • and Platt, Ltd., 62
  • Fuel Oil Engines, Tangyos Ltd., 574
  • Gas Power Plant, 560, 570
  • Heavy Oil Engine, 70 B.H.P. Two-stroke,
  • Petters Ltd., 576
  • High-speed Solid Injection Diesel Engine for
  • Road Rollers, Barford and Perkins, 576
  • Hopper-cooled Oil Engine, 10 H.P., Blackstone and Co.. Ltd., 654
  • Horizontal Two-stroke Hot-bulb for Tractor.
  • Locomobilo Engineering Company, Ltd., 62
  • Hot-bulb Crude Oil Engine, Clayton and
  • Shuttleworth, Ltd., 61
  • Internal Combustion Engines, Professor
  • W. T. David, 373
  • Leyland Six-cylinder 105 H.P., Omnibus
  • Engine, 536
  • Locomotive Engines—see Locomotives, and
  • Railway Locomotives
  • Marine Oil Engine Generator Set, 165 kW,
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 19
  • Motor Car Engines—see Motor Cars
  • Petrol Engine, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 62
  • Petrol-paraffin Engine, Ruston and Hornsby.
  • Ltd., 38
  • Quadruple-screw Motor Liner Bermuda.
  • Main Engines of, Wm. Doxford and Sons,
  • Ltd., 708, 712
  • Shunting Engine—see Railway Locomotives
  • Single-cylinder Experimental Oil Engine, 2000 B.H.P., Fiat Stabilimento Grandi
  • Motori, 261
  • Steam Traction Engine. Portable Steam
  • Engine, 12-60 B.H.P. Oil Engines, Marshall. Sons and Co., Ltd., 40
  • Super-Sentinel Two-cylinder Steam Engine
  • for Farm and Road Purposes, Tipping
  • Wagon, Flat Platform Lorry, Tractors.
  • Large and Small-wheeled, 38
  • Three-cylinder Vertical Oil Engine, 120
  • B.H.P.. Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., 12
  • Vertical Petrol-paraffin Engines, Self-starting
  • Horizontal Twin-cylinder Heavy Oil
  • Engines, National Gas Engine Company.
  • Ltd., 40
  • ENGINEERING Industries of Canada. 180, 206
  • Engineering Materials, Conference on. Berlin, 1927, and Exhibition, 352, 603
  • Engineering Projects at Osaka. 607
  • Engineering Work in a Provincial Stores,
  • Messrs. Lewis's, Ltd., 42, 47
  • Everest, Dr. A. B.. Influence of Nickel and
  • Silicon on an Iron-carbon Alloy, 363
  • Excavator, Drainage, The Herridge " Simplex,"
  • E. V. Twose, 62
  • Excavator, Half-yard, Self-propelling Caterpillar, Denholm Contractors' Machinery Company, Ltd., 574
  • Excavator with Petrol-paraffin Drive, Ruston
  • and Hornsby, 626
  • Excavator. Petrol-paraffin Driven, on " Caterpillar " Travelling Gear, Ruston and Hornsby
  • Ltd., 38
  • Excavators, Ransomos - Rapier - Marion. 627

EXHIBITIONS :

  • Commercial Motor Vehicle Exhibition tit
  • Olympia, 566, 596

EXHIBITIONS (continued) :

  • Engineering Materials Conference and Exhibition at Berlin, 603
  • Midland Building and Allied Trades Exhibi •
  • Lion, 264
  • Model Engineer Exhibition, 351
  • Motor Car Show at Olympia, 430, 451, 491
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 710
  • Public Works, Roads and Transport Exhibition (1927), Programme, 520, 574, 591, 626-For Exhibits sec Various Headings,
  • see also Public Works Congress .
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Newport., 10, 38, 60
  • Shipping, Engineering . . . Exhibition, 275, 303, 331, 375 (Twenty-page Supplement, September 9th, 1927)-see Separate
  • Section of Index
  • Smithfield Club Show, 654

F

  • FACTORIES, Safety in; 652
  • Factors of Safety and Quality of \tutorial,
  • W. H. Riddlesworth, 748
  • Federation of Engineering Societies, 687, 720
  • Ferry-see Ships
  • Ferrybridge Station-see Electrical Matters
  • Piegehen, Edward G., Level-lulling Jib Cranes, 222, 246; (Letter), 318
  • Field Shunting Device for Traction Motors,
  • Igraine Electric Company, 158
  • Flax-pulling Machine, Robert Boby, Ltd., 62
  • Fletcher, J. E., Strength of Cast. Iron, 94
  • • Flettner Rudder-see Ships
  • Flying Boat-see Aeronautics
  • Ford Car, New, 710
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 28, 56, 84, 110, 164, 192, 218, 244, 270, 296, 326, 358, 384, 412, 442, 470, 498; 526, 554, 586, 616, 644, 672, 700, 726, 754
  • Fowler, Sir Henry. Presidential Address, 475, 485

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES : 27, 55, 83, 109, 137, 163, 191, 217, 243, 269, 295, 325, 357, 383, 411, 441, 469, 497, 525, 553, 585, 615, 643, 671, 699. 725. 753

  • Algerian Floods, 671
  • Algerian Public Works, 441
  • Automatic Couplings, 553
  • Automatic Wagon Couplings, 27
  • Aviation, 83
  • Barrage Reservoirs, 357
  • Blast-furnace Gas, 725
  • Cast Motor Chassis, 191
  • Coal, 469, 725
  • Coal Agitation, 753
  • Coal Formation, 725
  • Coal Production, 441
  • Coal Situation, 27
  • Coal Trade, 163
  • Colonial Exhibition, 469
  • Colonial Works, 135
  • Commercial Aviation, 643
  • Comptoirs and Prices, 643
  • Continuous Brakes, 497, 525
  • Domestic Heating, 615, 753
  • Electrification, 441
  • Engineering, 699
  • Engineering Development, 55
  • Engineering Trades, 243
  • Fast Train, 525
  • Flood Protection, 411
  • Flood Reservoirs, 163
  • Foreign Trade, 109, 269, 357, 497, 643
  • Franco-German Treaty, 243
  • French Tariff, 383
  • German Machinery, 243
  • German Reparations, 357
  • Greater Paris, 83
  • Hydraulic Energy, 109
  • Hydraulic Engineering, 55
  • Hydro-electric Accident, 753
  • Import Duties, 135
  • Industrial Situation, 615
  • Inland Waterways, 325 •
  • Iron and Steel Trades, 109, 753
  • Ironfoundry Exhibition, 325
  • Kembs Power Station, 191
  • Liquid Fuel Supplies, 585
  • Locomotive Builders, 83
  • Makhonine Fuel Process, 137
  • Makhonine Oil Fuel, 699
  • Maritime Exhibition, 553
  • Mercantile Marine, 525 3lidi Electrification, 27
  • Motor Car Trade, 217
  • " Mountain " Locomotive, 55
  • Naval Construction, 163
  • Now Metro. Lines, 217
  • Nice-Coni Railway, 699
  • Oil Importations, 699
  • Oil Monopoly, 643
  • Over-production, 295
  • Paris Suburban Works, 269
  • Paris Transport, 615
  • Port of Cherbourg, 615
  • Port Vendres, 163
  • Production of Electricity, 411
  • Railway Construction, 411
  • Railway Deficits, 671, 753
  • Railway Electrification, 671
  • Railway Material, 295
  • Railway Speeds, 191
  • Reparations, 585
  • Rural Electrification, 191, 357
  • Sales Comptoirs, 441, 469
  • Sewage Disposal, 525
  • Shipbuilding, 383
  • South American Air Service, 469
  • Steel Cartel, 83, 411, 699
  • Steel Coaches, 295
  • Steel Organisation, 497, 553
  • Steel Prospects, 671
  • Steel Sales Organisation, 191
  • Steel Situation, 725
  • Steel Trade, 585
  • Tangier-Fez Railway, 163
  • Tariffs, 269
  • Trade Decline, 55, 325
  • Trade Outlook, 27, 137, 525
  • Trade Prohibitions, 585
  • Trade Remedy, 383
  • Trans-Saharan Railway, 27, 109, 585
  • Treaties and Trade, 217

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES youtii, :

  • Tunnelling the Pyrenees, .197
  • Utilisation of Peat, 411
  • FRENCH Motor Industry, 428
  • Fresnel, Augustin Jean, Centenary of, 68
  • Fry, Lawford H., Experimental Results from
  • a Three-cylinder Compound Engine, 706, 71,1, 718, 731
  • Fuel, International Conference on, 147
  • Fuel Oil, Venezuelan, Some Experi 1 11111IN With.
  • E. L. Bass. 434
  • Fuel Research, A Useful Line for, 458
  • Fuel—see Ships
  • Furnace Curves—sec Characteristic, and High
  • Frequency

G

  • GAS Engthes and Plant—see Engines
  • Gas—see Producer; and Tractor
  • Gatineau Power Scheme, Quebec, 194
  • Gould, R. D., Is there any Future for Light
  • Railways in the British Isles, 559
  • Gayler, Dr. Marie, Undercooling of Some
  • Aluminium Alloys, 301
  • Gazogene Motor Roller, Rarford and Perkins, 575
  • Gear-box Noise Testing Machine, Hightiehl
  • Electrical Company, Ltd., 690, 691
  • Gear Wheel Teeth—see Testing
  • Geo, W. W. Haldane, The Centenary of Aluminium, 649
  • Geneva—see Ships. Naval Matters
  • Gibb, Maurice C., Presidential Address, 509
  • Gilchrist, J., Strength of Reinforced Concrete
  • Beams in Shear, 374
  • Gill, C. S.. Effect of Varying Ash in the Coke
  • on Blast-furnace Working, 362
  • Gladstone Docks, Liverpool, 92, 96
  • Goodenough, F. \V., Gas Industry's Contribution to Smoke Abatement, 560
  • Grain Growth in Metal Powder, Messrs.
  • Smithells and Others, 330
  • Grand Falls Hydraulic Power Scheme, 454, 456
  • Graphical Analysis of Stress, H. W. Swift, 226. 227; (Letters), 318, 349
  • Gregory, Dr. J. W., Origin and Distribution of
  • Underground Waters, 104
  • Grooving Machine for Coned Wheels, P.I.V.
  • Chain Gears, 280
  • Gutteridge, Hal. Modern Portland Cement
  • Plant, 604. 610. 624, 693

H

  • HALL, John W., British Steel Trade and Its
  • Bounty Scheme, 284; (Letters), 450. 538. 577
  • Hall, John W., Making and Rolling of Iron, 689
  • Hammer, Improved Electro-mechanical, Kango
  • Company, Ltd., 666
  • Hanson, Dr., Carbon-silicon Alloys, 348
  • Hardness and Superhardness, 371, 38s (Letter), 405
  • Hargreaves, F., Effect of Work and Annealing
  • on the Lead-tin Eutectic, 302
  • Hay-making Machine, W. N. Nicholson and
  • Sons, Ltd., 62
  • Heat Engine Trials Committee, Report, 232
  • Heat—see Transfer
  • Heating Arrangements in a Large Stores, Henry
  • Lea and Son, 42, 47
  • Heating, Central, Plant at a Hertfordshire
  • Hospital, 730
  • Henderson, Professor Sir James, Invention as
  • a Link in Scientific and Economic Progress. 258
  • Herbert, E. G., Report on Effect of Cutting
  • Temperatures on Tools and on Materials, 650; (Lotter), 684
  • Herbert, E. G., Work-hardening of Steel by
  • Abrasion, 388; (Letter), 405
  • High-frequency Induction Melting Furnace!
  • Ajax-Northrup Type, 656
  • High-pressure Steam, Troubles with, 602
  • Higher Steam Pressures, Use of, 514
  • Hi-Lift " Loading Shovel with Fordson
  • Tractor, Chaseside Engineering Company,
  • Ltd., 628
  • Hoist, 2-Ton Petrol-driven, with Fordson
  • Tractor Engine, Denholm Contractors' Machinery Company, Ltd., 574
  • Horse-power of tho Sun, Dr. J. Q. Stewart., 510
  • Hospital—see Heating
  • Hot Water Heating Systems, Circulator for,
  • Holden and Brooke, Ltd., 238; (Addendum), 263
  • Hovgaard, Professor \V., Deformations and
  • Stress Distribution in Rigid Airships, 90
  • Hudson-avenue—see Electrical Matters
  • Hudson Bay—sec Railways
  • Hydraulic Power Developments in British
  • Columbia, 622, 630
  • Hydraulic Power Scheme, Grand Falls, 454, 456
  • Hydraulic Ram, The n Vulcan," Green and
  • Carter, Ltd., 12
  • Hydro-olectric Gatineau Power Scheme, 194
  • Hydro-electric Works on the Clyde—sec
  • Lanarkshire

I

  • INDIAN Monsoons of 1926, 152
  • Industrial Engineer, 485
  • Industrial Lighting, W. J. Jones, 679
  • Industrial Peace Conference, 458
  • Industrial Reconstruction of Belgium, 169
  • Industry and Education, 741
  • Industry and the Motor Car, 16
  • Inland Navigation Abroad, 231; (Letter), 368
  • Inland Transport, Development of, E. F. C.
  • Trench, 601, 613
  • Institutes and Institutions—see Associations
  • International Congress for Testing Materials, 211, 422; Plastic Deformation and Fracture
  • of Metals, Walter Rosenhain, 422
  • International Electro-technical Commission, 187
  • Invention-see Associations, British

IRON AND STEEL :

  • American Iron and Steel Industry, Development, T. W. Robinson. 347, 447, 457
  • Arc-welded Connections for Steel Structures,
  • A. M. Candy, 378
  • Behaviour of 3111(1 Steel Under Prolonged
  • Stress at 300 deg. Cent., Dr. W. Rosenhain
  • and Dr. a Hanson. 348
  • Blast-furnace Gas Power Plant, 560, 570
  • Blast-furnace Process, Theory of, Dr. Fritz
  • Wfist. 362
  • Blast-furnace, S.A., Closed Down, 561
  • Blast-furnace Working, Effect of Varying
  • Ash in the Coke, C. S. Gill, 362
  • British Steel Industry, R. D. Moore, 391
  • British Steel Trade and its Bounty Scheme,
  • John IV. Hall, 284; (Letters), 450, 538, 577
  • Cutting Up a Largo Iron Casting, 119
  • High-frequency Induction Melting, D. F.
  • Campbell, 363
  • Iron-carbon Alloy, Influence of Nickel and
  • Silicon on, Dr. A. B. Everest, 363
  • Making and Rolling of Iron, John IV. Hall, 689
  • Manganese, High-grade, in South Africa, 36
  • Manganese and Whiteheart Malleable, E. R.
  • Taylor, 94
  • Nickel-chromium Steels, Magnetic and other
  • Changes, &c., H. A. Dickie, 388
  • Pig Iron and Power, Staveley Coal and Iron
  • Company, 560, 570
  • Silica Gel as a Blast Drying Medium, E. H.
  • Lewis. 361
  • Strength of Cast Iron, J. E. Fletcher, 94
  • IVork-hardening of Steel by Abrasion, E. G.
  • Herbert, 371, 388; (Letter). 405
  • Wrought Steel Steam Valves. Dewraneo and
  • Co.. Ltd., 320

J

  • JACK for Motor Car and loony Work, Tangyes
  • Ltd.. 655
  • Jot Wave Rectifier, Julius Hartmann, 372
  • John Cockerill-see Anniversary
  • Jones. W. J.. Street Lighting of London, 558. 559

K

  • KELVIN Ball of industries, Glasgow, W. 1..
  • Scott, 66
  • Kent, J. L., Average Winter Sea Speeds, 89
  • Kershaw, John B. C., Recent Progress in the
  • Methods of City Refuse Collection and Disposal. 648, 681 (1) " Kut-out " Machine for Gas and Water
  • Mains, (2) " Driltaparatus " for Drilling and
  • Tapping Pipes, Wei3ton, Shipley and Weston,
  • Ltd., 628

L

  • LA CAMARGUE, Drainage and Irrigation of, 224

LABOUR MATTERS :

  • Labour Conditions in America, 347, 447, 457
  • Trades Disputes Bill, 15
  • Trades Unionism in 1827, 577
  • LANARKSHIRE Hydro electric Power
  • Scheme, Bennington and Stonebyres Stations, 364, 370, 394, 417 (Two-page Supplement, October 14th, 1927)
  • Laschinger, E. J., Now Form of
  • Air Meter, 747
  • Lathe, Wheel, Pneumatically Controlled, Centrally Driven, Noble and Lund, Ltd., 736, 737
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 107, 138, 164, 187. 215, 244, 290, 355, 381, 409, 467, 495, 523. 581, 638, 693, 723, 751

LEADERS:

  • Actions for Negligence, 742
  • Admiralty and the Engineers, 311
  • Blast Pipe, 284
  • British and Foreign Cruisers, 427
  • Comparison of Cutting Tools, 659
  • Condensation of Steam, 44
  • Cross-checks in Boiler Testing, 400
  • Economics of Speed, 631
  • Economy of Steam Locomotives, 98
  • Electrical Converting Plant. 71
  • Federation of Engineering Societies, 687
  • Genova and After, 179
  • Geneva Naval Discussions, 125
  • Hardness and Superhardness, 371
  • Industrial Engineer, 485
  • Industry and Education, 741
  • Industry and the Motor Car, 15
  • Inland Navigation Abroad, 231
  • Labour Conditions in America, 457
  • Locomotive Efficiency, 714
  • Locomotive Research, 400
  • Locomotives in South Africa, 687
  • Man and the Job, 541
  • Mechanical Engineering in the Army, 343
  • Mechanisation of Life, 283
  • Metallurgy and Engineering, 485
  • Modification of Raw Coal, 631
  • Motor Cars and Noise, 571
  • Naval Policy and Now Construction, 601
  • Overhead Transmission Lines, 151
  • Power Alcohol Again, 572
  • Power Companies and Industrial Plants, 713
  • Power Stations and Carbide Manufacture, 205
  • Pulverisation of Coal, 372
  • Railway Accidents, 428
  • Railway Position, 232
  • Recent Express Locomotives, 180
  • Road and Rail, 513
  • Rural Electricity Supplies, 258
  • Sevonoaks Railway Disaster, 257, 313
  • South-East England Electricity Scheme, 399
  • State of Trade, 97
  • Street Noises, 206
  • Supply and Demand, 43
  • Tariffs for Electricity, 343
  • Theory of Boiler Furnace Design, 126
  • Trades Disputes Bill, 15

LEADERS (continued) :

  • Troubles with High-pressure Steam, 602
  • Tube Arrangements of Condensers, 72
  • Use of Higher Steam Pressures, 514
  • Use of Low-grade Fuels, 660
  • Useful Line for Fuel Research, 458
  • X-ray Analysis of Materials, 541
  • LEAD-TiN Eutectic, Effect of Work and
  • Annealing on the, F. Hargreaves, 302

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS : 106, 134, 160,

  • England, North of, 24, 52, 80, 354, 380, 408. 188, 214, 240, 266, 292, 322, 612, 640, 668. 438, 466, 494, 522, 550, 582, 133, 159, 187, 696, 722, 750 379, 407, 437,
  • Lancashire, 23, 51, 79, 105, 639, 667, 605. 213, 239, 265, 291, 321, 353, 465, 493, 521, 549, 581, 611, 721, 749
  • Midlands and Staffordshire, 23. 50, 79, 105, 133, 159, 187, 213, 239, 265, 291, 321, 353, 379, 407, 437, 465, 493, 521, 549, 581, 611, 639, 667, 695, 721, 749
  • Scotland, 25, 53, 81, 107, 135, 161, 189, 215, 241, 267, 293, 323, 355, 381, 409, 439, 466, 495, 523, 551, 583, 613, 641, 669, 697, 723, 751
  • Sheffield, 24, 52, 80, 100, 134, 160, 188, 214, 240, 266, 292, 322, 354, 380, 408, 438, 466, 494, 522, 550, 582, 612, 640, 668, 696, 722, 750
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 2.5, 53, 81. 107, 135, 161, 189, 215, 241, 267, 293, 323, 355, 381, 409, 439, 467, 495, 523, 551. 583. 613, 641, 669, 697. 723, 751

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :

  • Armament of Capital Ships, G. Paschen, 185
  • A.S.L.LB. Directory, G. F. Barwick, 20
  • Beam Engines, S. S. Stott and Co., 91
  • Bessemer Basic Steel. R. A. Skelton, 538-see
  • British and Foreign Steel
  • Bidder, Mr. J. P., J. H. Narbeth, 368
  • Blast Pipe, F. W. Brewer, 349
  • British Condensers, Harold G. Allen,185
  • British and Foreign Steel, It. A. Selton, 450; John W. Hall, 450, 577
  • British Help to Foreign Engineers, Fair
  • Play, 450
  • British Locomotive Design, C. E. P., 537
  • British Trade with Finland, T. Mortimer()
  • Sparks, 130
  • Centenary of the First Railway i n_ France.
  • F. W. Brewer, 68, 318; J. G. H. Warren. 211
  • Comparison of Cutting Tools, Edward C.
  • Herbert, 684
  • Compounds on Rail and Sea, Marine Engineer, 652
  • Corrosion and Boiler Feed, John Bruce, 653
  • Derailments, L. Wallace, 349; Z., 368;
  • Progress, 479
  • Derailments and Wheel Flanges, Progress, 424
  • Development of the British Steam Locomn.
  • tine, Chas. W. Dauncey. 20
  • Economics of Speed, Monkswell, 653
  • Elastic Materials, A. C. Vivian, 577
  • Engineers and the Army, On Guard, 68
  • Engineers and Politics, Watchman, 20
  • Family of Engineers, Edgar Loam, 318
  • First or Third Angle Projection, J. Wilson, 405
  • Flettner Rudder, S. P. Christie, 279; F.
  • Arnold Bost, 318, 479; V. J. Martin, 404, 538
  • German Exhibits at the Machine Tool
  • Exhibition, Frank Hills, 450; Belson
  • Engineering Company, Ltd., 425; M.1.
  • Mech. E. (Visitor), 479
  • G.N.R. Runs, E. P. Ainsworth, 263
  • High-pressure Reciprocating Engines, G. L.
  • Cattrall, 91; Charles R. King, 129;
  • Superheater Company, Ltd., 130
  • Inland Navigation Abroad, R. White and
  • Sons, 368
  • Invention in Relation to Progress, Stanley P.
  • Christie, 479
  • Level Lulling Jib Cranes, A. H. Weddell, 318
  • Locomotive Industry, M.I. Mech. E., 450;
  • J. G. H. Warren, 450
  • Man and the Job, Via Voritas Vita, 577;
  • Engineering Commonsense, 577; A. P.
  • Bale, 595; David Clark, 595; First Class
  • B.O.T., 595; H. S., 595; Harold J.
  • Kitchen, 595; G. W. Tripp, 638; J. J., 638; S. J. Davies, 653
  • Mechanical Engineering in the Army, Workshops Officer, 368; R.E., 368; F. Strickland, 404
  • Mechanisation of the Army, Mechanical
  • Engineer, 349; E. A. Rose, Lieut.-Col., 450
  • Merchandise Marks Act, Rudge-Whitworth,
  • Ltd., 349
  • Mercury Boiler's, J. S. Wilson, 638; H. W.
  • Dickinson, 684
  • Modern Business Methods, Simple Simon, 424
  • Mohr Circle, S. H. Stelfox, 318; H. W. Swift, 349
  • Oxygen Supplies, C. P. N. Raikes, 684
  • Passenger Tank Engines, F. W. Brewer, 405
  • Post Office and Rural Electricity Schemes,
  • X.Y.Z., 318
  • Progress Department and Payment by
  • Results, W. J. Hiscox, 684
  • Progress Men in Small Works, J. S., 653
  • Proportioning of Nozzles for Explosion Turbines, M. Koenig, 68
  • Puddling Furnaces, F. S. Wilkinson, 479
  • Pulverisation of Coal, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 405
  • Railway Accidents, P. Sedgfield, 510; F. W.
  • Brewer, 538; John Riekie, 595
  • Railway Economies, Joseph Southall, 424
  • Recent British Locomotives, W. B. Thompson, 263, 349, 368; A. J. Brewer, 279;
  • C. M. Keller, 279, 349, 404, 424, 449, 510, 571 ,• E. P. Ainsworth, 318, 368; John
  • Riekie, 367, 404, 449, 537, 538, 684; B. W., 404; Charles It. King, 423, 478; V.
  • Pecori Giraldi, 424, 638; William Donald. 478; J. Witham, 479; M.I. Mech. E., 510; S. P. Christie, 577; Wm. T. Hoecker, 638
  • Recent Express Locomotives, Rocket, 211;
  • A. F. L., 211
  • Siemens-Benson Critical Pressure Boiler,
  • John Riekie, 131

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued) :

  • Springing of Locomotives, F. W. Brewer, 538; Ex-driver, 653
  • Sukkur Barrage Project, E. S. I3ellasis, 404;
  • F. W. Woods, 538
  • Supply and Demand, American Electricil:, 21
  • Tank Engines, C. A. Hunt, 349
  • Tariffs for Electricity, Ernest G. Pink, 510
  • Trade Marks, Rudge-Whitworth, Ltd., 279
  • Use of Tank Engines for Express Trains, C. F.
  • Dondy Marshall, 263
  • Work Hardening of Steel by Abrasion,
  • Edward G. Herbert, 405
  • LEVEL-LUFFING—see Cranes
  • Levels, Various Types, Cooke, Troughton and
  • Simms, Ltd., 592
  • Lewis, E. H., Silica Gel as a Blast Drying
  • Medium, 361

LITERATURE : Reviews :

  • A.C. Commutator Motor, C. W. Oliver, 343, 573
  • Activated Sludge Process, Arthur J. Martin, 233
  • Alluvial Prospecting, C. Raeburn and H. B.
  • Milner, 515, 660
  • Artificial Fertilisers : Their Chemistry, Manufacture and Application, P. Parrish and
  • A. Ogilvie, 416
  • Bauxite, Cyril S. Fox, 543
  • Brassey's Naval and Shipping Annual, 1928,
  • Sir Alex. Richardson and Archibald
  • Hurd, 542, 543
  • British Railway Operation, T. Bernard Hare, 416
  • Civil Engineering Specifications and Quantities, C. G. Coleman and G. M. Flood, 46
  • Coal Carbonization, John Roberts, 2
  • Die Kraftfelder in fasten elastischen Korpern
  • and ihre praktischen Anwendungen, Th.
  • Wyss, 260
  • Electric Winders, H. H. Broughton, 543, 661
  • Gases, Dust and Heat in Mines, K. Neville
  • Moss, 99, 573
  • Handbook of Ore Dressing, A. F. Taggart, 572
  • Higher Coal-tar Hydro-carbons, A. E.
  • Everest, 573, 742
  • History of the Great Western Railway, E. T.
  • MacDermot, 688
  • History of Radio Telegraphy and Telephony,
  • G. G. Blake, 99, 514
  • Hydro-electric Handbook, William P.
  • Creager and Joel D. Justin, 46
  • Irrigation, Roads and Buildings, W. L.
  • Strange, 46
  • Jane's Fighting Ships, 1927, Oscar Parkes
  • and F. E. McMurtie, 689, 714
  • Materials and Design in Turbo-generator
  • Plant, 0. Lasche, 715
  • Mollier Steam Tables and Diagrams, Dr. R.
  • Mollier, 345, 515
  • Movable Bridges : Part II., Machinery, Otis
  • Ellis Hovey, 2
  • Oil and Retortable Materials, George W.
  • Halse, 2
  • Overhead Electric Power Transmission Engineering, W. T. Taylor, 464, 661
  • Practical Design of Irrigation Works, W. G.
  • Bligh, 153
  • Punjab Irrigation Nomograms, E. S. Lindley, 660
  • Studies in Naval Architecture : Strength,
  • Rolling, A. M. Robb, 543, 661
  • Text-books of Physical Chemistry : Ramsay
  • and Dorman, Spectroscopy, E. C. C. Baly,
  • Vol. II., 173; Vol. III., 464, 542
  • Water Channels, G. Higgins, 482, 514
  • Working of Coal and Other Stratified Minerals,
  • H. F. Bulman, 482, 715
  • Short Notices :
  • Aerial Cableways, G. Ceretti, 99
  • American Railway Signalling Principles and
  • Practices, 99
  • Automatic Telephony, Manual of, C. W.
  • Wilman, 173
  • Care and Maintenance of Steam Plant, J. E.
  • Braham, 233, 260 20th Century Business Book, Walter Grierson, 715
  • Commercial Art. Practice, Charles C. Knights
  • and Frank E. Norman, 260
  • Cutters and Cutter Blocks, Stafford Ransome, 99
  • Domestic Electric Heating, H. G. Solomon, 173
  • Electrical Engineering Practice, Vol. IL,
  • J. W. Mears and R. E. Neale, 126, 260
  • Encyclopaedia of Ironwork, 260, 515
  • Essentials of Transformer Practice, E. G.
  • Reed, 515, 573
  • Further Reminiscences of an Old Engineer,
  • A. J. G. Brisbane, 173
  • Gas Meters, A. T. Gilbert, 99
  • Hydraulics, H. W. King and C. 0. Wisler, 99, 573
  • Hydraulics, E. H. Lewitt, 464, 573
  • Hydraulics, E. W. Schoder and F. M. Dawson, 207, 573
  • In a Persian Oilfield, J. W. Williamson, 315, 543
  • Indian Railways : Rates and Regulations,
  • N. B. Mehta, 260
  • Kempe's Engineers' Year Book for 1927, 515
  • Lubrication in Colliery Practice, N. Simpkin
  • and A. Dawe, 99
  • Magneto Manual, H. R. Langman, 153
  • Mathematics of Engineering, Ralph E. Root, 515
  • Modern Ignition Simply Explained, Harold
  • H. U. Cross, 173
  • Motive Power Engineering, H. C. Harris, 99, 260
  • Munro and Jamieson's Pocket Book of Electrical Rules and Tables, 742
  • Petrol Engine, 153
  • Profession of Chemistry, R. B. Piloher, 573
  • Regulations for the Electrical Equipment of
  • Buildings, 173
  • Technical Report for 1926: British Engine,
  • Boiler and Electrical Insurance Company,
  • Ltd., 173
  • Time and Motion Study and Formulas for
  • Wage Incentives, S. M. Lowry and Others, 260, 543
  • Towards a New Architecture, Le Corbusier, 345, 515 1 LITERATURE (continued):
  • Short Notices (continued) :
  • Trade Unions and the Law, Arthur Henderson, 464, 543
  • Water Power Practice, F. Johnstone Taylor, 99

BOOKS RECEIVED :

  • Administration Report of the Aden Port
  • Trust for 1926-27, 515
  • Administration Report of the Commissioners
  • for the Port of Rangoon, 515
  • Advertiser's A.B.C., 1927, T. B. Browne,
  • Ltd., 99
  • Amateurs Afloat, H. Ian Maclver, 173
  • American Society for Testing Materials,
  • Index to Proceedings, 633
  • American Society for Testing Materials, 661
  • Annales des Ponts et Chaussees, 1927, 2, 661
  • Annales des Travaux Publics de Belgiques, 2, 515
  • Annali dei Lavori Pubblici (Gia Giornale do
  • Genio &c., 99, 233, 482, 573, 715
  • Annual Report of the Incorporated Swansea
  • Exchange, 1925-1926, 99
  • Applied Heat, Dipl. -Ing. J. Oelschlager, 661
  • Applied Thermodynamics, W. Robinson, 515
  • Armaments and the Non-combatant, E. F.
  • Spanner, 661
  • Atlas Metellographicus, Professor Dr. Heinrich Hanemann and Angelica Schrader, 661
  • Basic Industries of Great Britain, Rt. Hon.
  • Lord Aberconway, 515
  • Berechnung Vielfach Statisch unbestimmter
  • biegefester Stab- und Flachentragwerke,
  • Dr.-Ing. Peter Pasternak, 2
  • Britain's Fuel Problems, 689
  • B.B.C. Handbook, 1928, 543
  • Building of Twelve Thousand Houses, ltt.
  • Hon. Sir J. Tudor Walters, 515
  • Bulletin No. 24 on Pollution of Streams in
  • Illinois, 715
  • Bulletin de la Societe d'Encouragement pour
  • l'Industrie Nationale, 1927, 99, 260
  • Business Forecasting and Its Practical Application, W. Wallace, 99
  • Business Profits, C. H. Tolley, 515
  • Canada : Geology, Mines and Metallurgical
  • Industries, Wyatt Malcom and A. H. A.
  • Robinson, 482
  • Cantor Lectures on Photo-elastic Measurements of Stress Distribution, Professor
  • E. G. Coker, 661
  • Care and Operation of Machine Tools, J. AV.
  • Barritt, 464
  • Castles in the Ether, J. W. Cloud, 153
  • City and Guilds of London Institute : Department of Technology Programme, 19271928, 482
  • Coal in Great Britain, Walcot Gibson, 515
  • Coal and Industry, Lord Vernon, 260
  • Collected Physical Papers of Sir Jagadio
  • Chunder Bose, 515
  • Combines and Trusts in the Electrical
  • Industry : The Position in Europe in 1927, 260
  • Concrete Building Construction, T. Crane, 573
  • Constructional Steel Work Simply Explained,
  • Oscar Faber, 482
  • Co-operative Production, H. Atkinson, 153
  • Cranes, F. J. Wiggle, 661
  • Czech Self -taught, P. Selver, 233
  • Data for Engineering Inquiries, J. C. Connan, 207
  • Der Kugelschlaghartepriifer, Dr.-Ing. J.
  • Class, 543
  • Design of Merchant Ships and Cost Estimating, Alexander Kari, 543
  • Designs of Small Oil-engined Vessels, NV.
  • Pollock, 345
  • Dictionary of Applied Chemistry, Thalenite,
  • Sir Edward Thorpe, 515
  • Die Viskosekunstseidefabrik, ihre Maschinen
  • und Apparate, Ed. Wurtz, 664
  • Diesel Engines for Land and Marine W i< ,
  • A. P. Chalkley, 207
  • Disposal of Sewage, J. H. P. Veal, 99
  • • Disposal of the Sewage of Chicago, 689
  • Easy Lessons in Wireless, R. W. Hutchinson. 173
  • Einzelantrieb von Werkzeugmaschinen, Karl
  • Meller, 543
  • Electric Control Gear and Industrial Electrification, W. Wilson, 689
  • Electric Rectifiers and Valves, Professor
  • Dr.-Ing. A. Guntherschulze, 515
  • Electrical Equipment of Automobiles, S.
  • Parker Smith, 515
  • Electrical Industry and the Consumer, Basic
  • Factors, &c., 482
  • Electricity for Victoria, 515
  • Electrification of the Sydney Suburban Railways, 260
  • Elementary Building Science, A. Everett. 573
  • Elementary Electrical Engineering, A. E.
  • Clayton and H. J. Shelley, 99
  • Elements of Machine Design, Part I., W. C.
  • Unwin and Professor A. L. Mellanby, 464
  • Elements of Telephone Transmission, H. H.
  • Harrison, 207
  • Examples in the Strength and Elasticity of
  • Materials, G. W. Bird, 573
  • Fatigue of Metals, H. F. Moore and J. B.
  • Kommers, 207
  • Flame and Combustion in Gases, William A.
  • Bone and Donald T. A. Townend, 207
  • Gemeinfassliche Darstellung der Gesamten
  • Schweisstechnik, 661
  • General Theory of Thermodynamics, J. E.
  • Trevor, 482
  • Glasgow Corporation Tramways, Account of
  • Revenue, &c., for Year June 1st, 1926May 31st, 1927. 153
  • Great Physicists, Ivor B. Hart, 689
  • H.M. Stationery Office Publications :
  • British Rainfall, 1926, 543
  • Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 464
  • -Flying for Air Survey Photography, F.
  • Tymrns and Flight-Lieutenant C. Perri, 99
  • Manual of Rigging for Aircraft, 1927, 126
  • Report of the Food Investigation Board
  • for 1925-1926, 207
  • Spinning of Aeroplanes, S. B. Gates and
  • L. W. Bryant, 207
  • Human Nature in Business, F. Creedy, 153
  • LITERATURE (continued):
  • Books Received (continued):
  • Income Tax and Super Tax in the Irish Free
  • State, 207
  • Institute of Fuel, List of Council and Members, 633
  • Institution of Municipal and County Engineers, Handbook, 1927-28, 153
  • Interaction of Pure Scientific Research and
  • Electrical Engineering Practice, J. A.
  • Fleming, 515
  • Inventions and Patents, M. Wright, 99
  • Journal of the Institute of Metals, G. Shaw
  • Scott, 260
  • Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute, 515
  • Jupiter Series VI.,
  • Aero-engine, 661
  • La Produzione di Energia Elettrica in Italia
  • nel 1926, 482
  • Lake Plateau Basin of the Nile, H. E. Hurst, 661
  • Lateral Stability, H. M. Garner, 173
  • Lectures on Dielectric Theory and Insulation,
  • J. B. Whitehead, 99
  • L'Enseignement Technique, 2
  • Les Lois Fondamentals de l'Electricite,
  • Vol. 1., L. Bouthillon and M. Goudonnet, 543
  • London University Guide and University
  • Correspondence Calendar, 1927-1928, 464
  • Lynx IV., Aero-engine, 661
  • Machine Sketches and Designs for Engineer.
  • ing Students, A. Cruickshank and R. F.
  • McKay, 99
  • Machines et Appareils Electriques, Vol. 11.,
  • L. Bouthillon and M. Goudonnet, 543
  • Manual of Electrical Undertakings and
  • Directory of Officials, 1926-1927, F. C.
  • Garrett, 543
  • Manual of Forest Engineering and Extraction, J. F. Stewart, 543
  • Manufacture and Uses of Concrete Products
  • and Cast Stone, H. L. Childs, 345
  • Mathernatische Hilfsmittel lilt Techniker,
  • A. Deckert and E. Rother, Analytische
  • Geometrie, 260; Differential and Integral
  • Rechnung, 153
  • Mathematisches Praktikum, Dr. Horst von
  • Sanden, 689
  • Measurement of Air Flow, E. Ower, 661
  • Mechanical World Year Book, 1928, 689
  • Memoires et Compte Rendu des Travaux
  • de la Societe des lngenieurs Civils de
  • France, 260
  • Ministry of Public Works, Egypt, The
  • Irrigation Service, P. M. Tottenham, 661
  • Minutes of the Proceedings of the Institution
  • of Civil Engineers, Vol. 222, 126
  • Modern Electrical Illumination, C. Sylvester
  • and T. E. Ritchie, 126
  • Modern Practical Carpentry, George Ellis, 661
  • Modern Waterworks Practice, F. Johnstone
  • Taylor, 2
  • Motor Ship Manual and Register of Motor
  • Vessels, A. C. Hardy, 345
  • Navigational Wireless, S. H. Long, 126
  • Northampton Polytechnic Institute, Session 1927-1928, 464
  • Official Chemical Appointments, 1927, 173
  • Ore Dressing, Handbook- of, A. F. Taert, 99
  • Phase Rule and its Applications, A. Findlay, 661
  • Pocket-book of Electrical Rules and Tables,
  • W. R. Cooper and R. Appleyard, 345
  • Pocket-book of Marine Engineering Rules
  • and Tables, A. E. Seaton .and H. M.
  • Rounthwaite, 345
  • Practical Engineer Electrical Pocket Book
  • and Diary, 1928, 689
  • Practical Engineer Mechanical Pocket Book
  • and Diary, E. G. Beck, 689
  • Principles of Planning Buildings, P. L.
  • Marks, 573
  • Principles of Radio Communication, J. H.
  • Morecroft, 573
  • Problems in Structural Design, Carlton T.
  • Bishop, 464
  • " Proceedings " of the American Society of
  • Civil Engineers, New York, 173
  • " Proceedings " of the Institution of
  • Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Vol.
  • XXIV.,1925-1926, 126
  • " Proceeings " of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1927, 515
  • Propagation of Electric Currents in Telegraph and Telephone Conductors, J. A.
  • Fleming, 153
  • Public Works Department, Madras Presidency, Administration Report, 1925-6,
  • Part II., Irrigation, 2
  • Report of the Controller of Customs and
  • Excise, Southern Rhodesia, &c., 173
  • Report on the Irrigation, Water Supplies
  • for Stock, Water, Law, &c., of the Colony
  • and Protectorate of Kenya, A. D. Lewis, 126
  • Report of the New South Wales Department
  • of Public Works, 515
  • Report on Tabulating the Results of Heat
  • Engine Trials, &c., 1927, 207
  • River Engineering, F. Johnstone Taylor, 661
  • R's Method of Using Ordinary Set Squares
  • in Drawing and Design, H. W. Roberts, 345
  • Running, Maintenance and Repair of Diesel
  • Engines, P. H. Smith, 207
  • Safety Rules for Installation and Maintenance of Electric Supply and Communication Lines, 153
  • Science of Road-making, J. W. Green and
  • C. N. Ridley, 153
  • Ship Under Steam, G. Gibbard Jackson, 643
  • Slide Rule, C. N. Pickworth, 515
  • South American Handbook, 1928, 661
  • Steel and Its' Heat Treatment, D. K. Bullens, 633
  • Steel Works Buildings, A. G. Swift, 661, 689
  • Strength of Materials, F. V. Warnock, 515
  • Technical College, Bradford : Diploma and
  • Special Day Courses, 173
  • Technical Drawing, G. E. Draycott, 482
  • Thermodynamics Applied to Engineering,
  • A. F. Macconochie, 515
  • Thermometric Conversion Chart, P. L.
  • Marks, 99
  • Tolley's Complete Income Tax, Super Tax,
  • Excess Profits Duty, &e., Chas. H. Tolley, 207
  • Trade. E. J. P. Bonn, 543
  • Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Act, 1927,
  • L. B. Ferguson, 482
  • LITERATURE (continued):
  • Books Received (continued):
  • " Transactions " of the Institution of
  • Chemical Engineers, Vol. IV., 233
  • " Transactions " of the Institution of Naval
  • Architects, It. W. Dana, 661
  • U.S.S.R.; A World Enigma, Iva Lee, 543
  • University of London Centenary Addresses. 66 t
  • University of London College Calendar, 1927-28, 543
  • Ventilation of Public Buildings, Robert Boyle. 260
  • Vertical Shaft Sinking. E. 0. Forster Brown. 573
  • Voitures et Wagons. J. Netter. 99 1Vorking of Aluminium, E. T. Painton, 99
  • Workmen's Compensation Acts. 1925 and 1926, W. A. Willis, 543
  • World of Machines, P. M. Baker, 515
  • LLOYD'S Register—see Ships
  • Locomotive, 31 B.H.P. Petrol, J. and V.
  • Howard, Ltd., 11
  • Locomotive, Montania. Petrol, Wm. Jones, Ls c I.. 591
  • Locomotives, Petrol, F. C. Hibberd and Co.,
  • Ltd., 592
  • Locomotives—see also Railway Locomotives
  • Lord Monkswell. Work of New Compound Locomotives of the Nord Railway, 98
  • Lorry. Six-wheeled Steam. Richard Garrett and
  • Sons, 655
  • Loughborough College, 404
  • Lubrication of Surfaces, Dr. T. E. Stanton, 274
  • Lubricator, Forced-feed, Sight-feed, Petters.
  • Ltd.. 054. 655
  • Lubricator, Rotary Sight-feed, E. T. White, 547

M

  • McCARTHY. M., Vibro Concrete Piling. 490
  • Maehine Speeds and Output, F. Wytett, 372
  • Magnesium, Solid, and Liquid Tin, Reaction.
  • W. Hume-Rothery, 302
  • Magnetic Stations, British. Comparison of the
  • Records from, 249
  • Man and the Job, 541; (Letters). 576, 595. 638. 653
  • Manganese—see Iron and Steel
  • Marine Engines—see Engines
  • Marsh, U.-Col. W. Lockwood, The First Screw
  • Propeller. 415
  • Matthews, Borlase, Electric Ploughing. 665
  • Matthews, Borlase, Transport on the Farm. 374
  • Measurement of Steam Flow in Works Practice.
  • H. C. Armstrong and T. Nordenson, 622
  • Mechanical Engineering in the Army, 343; (Letters). 349, 368, 404. 450
  • Mechanisation of Life, 283
  • Meissner, K. L., Elektron Alloys, 331
  • Metallurgy and Engineering. 485
  • Mid-Cheshire Electricity Scheme, 588, 600
  • Milking Machine, The Perfection, Gascoignes,
  • Ltd., 38, 62
  • Mining Congress—see Empire
  • Models—see Exhibitions
  • Mond, Sir Alfred, Presidential Address to the
  • Institute of Fuel. 504
  • Moore, R. D., British Steel Industry. 391
  • Motor Cars and Noise, 571

MOTOR CARS AT OLYMPIA 430, 451, 491 Cars :

  • Alvis, 14-75 H.P., Monobloc Engine, Six-cylinder, 430, 431
  • Armstrong-Siddeley, 15 H.P. Six-cylinder, 433, 434
  • Bean. 14-40 H.P., 430, 431
  • Beverley-Barnes. 18 H.P. Eight-cylinder, 491
  • Lea Francis, 12 H.P. Supercharged Sports
  • Car, 453
  • Morris, 17.7 H.P., Six-cylinder, 451
  • Rover, 2-Litre Six-cylinder, 431. 432
  • Standard. 9 H.P. Four-cylinder Engine, 453
  • Star, 18-50 H.P. Six-cylinder, 433
  • Triumph, 7 H.P., 452
  • Vulcan, 16-00 H.P. Six-cylinder Saloon with
  • Free-wheel Device. 452
  • Wolseley, 21-60 H.P., Eight-cylinder, Four-wheel Brakes. 451

Some Features of the Show : 4:30

  • Brakes, Additions Foretold. 431
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Ltd., Vacuum Servo Brake, 453, 454
  • Coach-building Improvements, 431
  • Fabric Body, 431
  • Free Wheel Mechanism. 43(1
  • Gear-boxes, Quieter. 430
  • Ignition, Coil and Battery. 430
  • Ignition System, Combined Magneto Coil.
  • with Automatic Ignition Timing Device.
  • for Four, Six, or Eight-cylinder Cars,
  • British Thomson-Houston Company. 451
  • Lamp Improvements, 431
  • Side-by-side Valve Engine. 430
  • Six, Eight, or Twelve-cylinder Engines, 451
  • Steering Improvements, 431
  • Superchargers and Noise, 430
  • Totally Enclosed Car, 431
  • MOTOR Vehicle with Power Unit Withdrawn,
  • Lane Motor Car Company. Ltd.. 576

MOTOR VEHICLES, COMMERCIAL, AT OLYMPIA : 566, 596

  • Armstrong-Siddeley Motors. Ltd., Four-wheel
  • Tractor, 35-40 H.P. Four-cylinder Engine, 598
  • Associated Daimler Company, Thirty-four-seater, Single-deck Saloon Omnibus with 40-70 H.P. Six-cylinder Daimler Engine;
  • Sixty-eight-seater. Six Wheels, Double-deck Omnibus with Sleeve Valve Six-cylinder Engine; Chassis, Commercial. 40-70 H.P., Six-cylinder Daimler Engine, 598
  • Automobiles M. Berliet, Chassis Fitted with
  • Gas Producer. 596
  • Bean .Cars, Ltd., Six-cylinder, Six-wheel
  • Chassis, 40 H.P. Engine, 568

MOTOR VEHICLES, COMMERCIAL, AT OLYMPIA (continued)

  • Bristol Ornnilnsses, Thirty -1 wo-seater
  • " Super-bus," Four-cylinder, 32.4 H.P.
  • Engine; Twenty-six-seater All-weather
  • Coach; Twenty-seater Omnibus wi(
  • Four-cylinder, 25.6 H.P.. 597, 598
  • British Mercedes, 5-Ton. Six-wheel Chassis. 70 11.1'. Crude Oil Engine, 597 (tit roen-Kegresse Car wit It New Type Endless Band Attachment, 598
  • Confiner Company. Thirty-seater Omnibus
  • Low-loading Refuse Collecting Vehicle, .598
  • Crossley Motors, Ltd.. Rigid Six-wheeler
  • Vehicle with 25.6 H.P. Engine, 598
  • Dennis Bros., Ltd.. 7tt H.P. Low Load Line
  • Parlour Coach, 596
  • F.W.D. Lorry Company, Six-wheel Drive
  • Vehicle, Four-cylinder, 42 H.P. Engine. 566, 567
  • Garrett, Richard, and Sons, Ltd., Six-wheel
  • Electric Trolley Omnibus, 598
  • Ranier Motors, Ltd., " Compound " Gtt Producer Fitted to Six-wheeled Lorry : Six-wheel Chassis with Six-cylinder Sleeve Valve Engine. New Type, 596, 597
  • irkstall Forge. Ltd., Four-wheel Dri v• r New Type. 397
  • Mercedes-Benz 5-Ton Chassis with Six-cylinder Diesel Engine. 598
  • Panhard and Levassor Gas Producer Driven
  • Vehicle, 596
  • Ransomer', Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., Six-wlir PI
  • Electric Trolley Omnibus Chassis. 568
  • Saurer, Swiss-built Six-cylinder Chassis, 566
  • Scammell Lorries, Ltd., 4.6-Ton Rigid Six -wheel Chassis; Eight-wheeled Machine
  • with New Type Carrier, 598
  • Thornycroft, Passenger Chassis, New Type,
  • for Twenty-seater Bodies. 60 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Engine; Three Subsidy Type
  • Vehicles, 598
  • Tilling-Stevens, 36-95 H.P. Six-wheel Petrol-electric Chassis, 566, 567
  • Omnibus, Light. Four-cylinder Side Valve
  • Engine, 566, 567
  • Walker Brothers. Omnibus Chassis. Low-loading. Six-cylinder 33 5 H.P. Engine. 597

Steam Vehicles :

  • At kinson Walker Wagons, Ltd.,10-Ton Six-wheeled Wagon, Twin-cylinder Uniflow
  • Engine, 567
  • Clayton Wagons, Ltd., Overtype Wagons
  • with Locomotive Type Boiler; Undertype
  • Wagons with Vertical Water-tube Boiler, 567
  • Faders*, Ltd., Rigid Six-wheel Lorry with 45 B.H.P. Engine, Compound Cylinders. 567
  • Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., 15-Ton Six •
  • wheel Wagon, 90 B.H.P. Engine, Twi'
  • Double-acting Cylinders, 567. 568
  • Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Company. 6-Ton Wagon, Locomotive Boiler, Vertical
  • Two-cylinder Compound Balanced Engine. 567
  • M( VING Bridge—sec Bridges

N

  • NAG HAMMADI Barrage, 250, 251
  • NA-gel, Professor Dr.-Ing. Adolph, Lecture.
  • Transfer of Heat in Cylinder 'Walls, 420, 459. 480 : (Letter), 479
  • Naval Policy and New Construction. 601
  • Newport—see Exhibitions, and Water Supply
  • Nickel—see Iron and Steel
  • Nile, The, and the Use of its Waters, Sir Murdoch Macdonald, 598
  • Noise, Cost of, Professor Spooner, 18
  • Non-ferrous Metals in Modern Transport, Lecture, Dr. Leslie Aitchison. 288

O OBITUARY :

  • Arrhenius, Svante, 396
  • Benton. Sir John, 260
  • Brunton,-John Lorkhart, 340
  • Dickinson. Harold, 633
  • Edmunds, Henry, 602
  • Fender, Thomas. 7 I 4
  • Hardy, William Edward, 225
  • Howard, Eliot, 454
  • Muntz, Sir Gerard Albert (Portrait), 482
  • Three Prominent Canadian Engineers, MacDonald. W. G. A.; Rogers, Richard B. :
  • Rust.. Charles H., 520
  • Trost, Olaf. 520
  • Whiting. %Mani Henry. 225
  • Wight, Frank Clinton, 396
  • OIL Engines—see Engines
  • Oil Fuel, New System of Burning, Akt
  • Gesellschaft Prior, 264
  • Oil Fuel, Papers by (1) Dr. A. E. Dunstan and
  • Dr. H. G. Shatwell; (2) J. Ivon Graham ani I
  • D. G. Skinner. 622
  • Omnibus. Six-cylinder Double-deck, Leyland
  • Motors, Ltd.. 535
  • Onyon. Wm., Engineer-Captain. Royal Nay>
  • and the Mercantile Marine, 316
  • Operating Experiences with 1300 lb. Steam
  • Pressure, John Anderson, 605.; (Letter), 653
  • Osaka, Engineering Projects at, 607
  • Osmond-Smith, F. H., Advancement of Agri•
  • culture. 558
  • Outdoor Sub-stations—see Electrical Matters
  • Ovens—see Vertical

P PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH

  • Aeronautics, 615. 733
  • Batteries and Accurnulators, 469
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters. 2 I 7. 357, 441, 497. 585
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 56, 192, 525, 586, 67 2, 726, 753
  • Crushing and Grinding, 218, 725
  • PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH (continued)
  • Dynamos and Motors, 427. 55, 83. 109, 137, 243, 411, 613, 643, 699
  • Electrical Appliances, 55, 138", 205, 357, 525, 585
  • Engines, Internal Combustion. 27, 83, 109. 137, 163. 191, 243, 295, 325, 357, 383, 411. 441, 469, 497, 525, 553. 615, 753
  • Engines, Steam, 27
  • Furnaces, 110, 163, 217, 269. 296, 553, 753
  • COS Producers, 109. 192. 326
  • Lighting and Heating. MI, 296. 358. 644
  • Locomotives, 52.5
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 110. 164. 218, 244, 270. 326. 358.:s83, 412, 470, 433$, 585. 616, 699. 753
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 84, 138, 163, 192. 244, 295, :357, 412. 498, .525. 699, 725
  • Metallurgy. 218, 358. 383. 525
  • Mining Machinery, 442, 469
  • Miscellaneous, 28, 84, 110, 138, 164, 192, 218. 244, 270, 296, 326, 383. 442, 470, 498, 526. 553, 586, 615, 644. 672. 700, 726, 754
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic. 28, 56, 110. 270. 671. 726
  • Ordnance and Armour. 110. 383
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery. 110, 1:38. 217. 269, .585, 615, 643, 671. 699
  • Ships and Boats. 164
  • Steam Generators. 27. 55, 295. 325, 383, 615, 643
  • Switchgear, 55. 191, 269, 441. 585, 725
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 27, 56, 84, 109, 137, 191. 217. 244, 325, 411, 441, 469, 497. 525, 615. 671, 725
  • Tramways and Railways. 553, 586, 726, 754
  • Transformers and Converters. 83, 138, 191. 217. 269, 325. 469, 6115. 699, 725
  • Transmission of Power. 56. 84, 137, 164. 326. 442, 643. 753
  • Turbine Machinery, 83, 269, 3.57. 497. 671. 699
  • Welding, 585
  • PERSONAL, and Business Announcements. 53, 110. 135, 164, 189. 215, 244, 267, 326, 358, 384, 409, 442, 470, 498, 526, 554, 586. 613, 641, 666, 700, 726, 751
  • Petrie, Telford, Cause of Wheel Wobble. 676
  • Petrol Rail Cars for India, Drewry Car Company, Ltd., 625
  • Pile Frame. Large; Model of McKiernan-Terry Automatic Hainuter, Pile-driving,
  • British Steel Piling Company, Ltd.. 593
  • Pit-sinking, Model of, Francois Cementation
  • Company. 574; Asbestos Cement Pipes, 574
  • Planing Machine-see Wood-working
  • Ploughing, Electric, Rorlase Matthews, 663
  • Plucking Birds, Machine for, E. H. Bentall and
  • Co.. 654
  • Portland Cement Plant, Modern, II I
  • Gutteridge, 604, 610, 624. 693
  • Potato Digger, Messrs. Howard, 62
  • Powdered Fuel and Steam Generating Equipment at East River Station, 166. 167
  • Power Alcohol Again, 572
  • Power Companies and Industrial Plants, 713
  • Power Factor-see Condensers
  • Power Factor. Meaning of. Model for Demonstrating, R. W. Adams, 212
  • Power Gas from Sewage Sludge. F. C. Yokes
  • and C. B. Townend, 693
  • Power Stations and Carbide Manufacture, 200. 204
  • Producer Gas Plant. Byproduct, at Copper
  • Mine in Northern Rhodesia. 230, 234, 235
  • Propeller-see Screw

PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORT CONGRESS : 538. 608, 636-see also Exhibitions

  • BRITISH WATERWORKS ASSOCIATION :
  • Papers :
  • Colloids, T. P. Francis. 608
  • Law Relating to Rivers Pollution Prevention. A. Bebhington, 608
  • River Pollution, F. H. Heald, 608 (a) Water Divining, Professor .1. W.
  • Gregory; (6) Economics of Water
  • Supply, F. Alban : (r) Rural Water
  • Supplies. D. F. Worger, 636
  • COUNTY LAND AGENTS' ASSOCIATION :
  • Advancement of Agriculture, F. H.
  • Osmond-Smith, 558
  • INSTITUTE OF CLEANSING. SUPERINTF.NDENTS :
  • Papers : •
  • Cleansing, W. Weaver : Why the Yield of
  • House Refuse is Unnecessarily High and
  • How it May he Reduced, Alex. L.
  • Thomson. 637
  • INSTITUTION OF C AS ENGINEERS:
  • Gas Industry's Contribution to Smoke
  • Abatement., F. W. Goodenough, 560
  • INSTITUTION OF MUNICIPAL AND COvNTA
  • ENGINEERS :
  • Design and Construction of Reinforced
  • Conduits, Sewers and Aqueducts, Professor E. R. Matthews, 608
  • Design of Deep Culverts, C. S. Chettoe, 608
  • Organisation of Highways Work, Price
  • Davies, 608
  • Rural Simplicity, R. 0. Goodbye 608 (a) implications of Local Ownership and
  • Transport Undertakings, H. Marsh, 636 (Id Costing for Public Works and Buildings,
  • B. Price Davies, 636
  • Coast Erosion and Defence, E. .1. McKaig;
  • Sea Defence : Erosion and Protection
  • on a Sandy Coast, S. W. Mobhs, 630
  • MANAGERS OF SEWAGE 1)181608AI. WORKs :
  • Papers : (a) Small Sewage Works, 3. H. Garner; (b) First Principles in Sewage Disposal.
  • F. C. Temple. 636
  • Solution of Oxygen in Sewage. A. S.
  • Parsons and H. Wilson. 609
  • Some Methods of Analysis of Sewage and
  • Water, F. R. O'Shaugnessy and Others, 609

PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORT CONGRESS (continued).

  • Municipal Electrical Association and Institution of Gas Engineers
  • Street Lighting as an Illumination Problem, Dr. .1. W. T. Walsh. 558
  • Street. Lighting of London. W. J. Jones, 358, 359
  • MUNICIPAL. TRAMWAYS AND TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION
  • Light Railways in the British Isles. Is there
  • any Future for ? R. D. Gould, 559
  • N ATION A L " SA CKTY FIRST " ASSOCIATION :
  • A Review of Road Accidents : Frequency,
  • Cause, Prevention, Lieut.-Colonel J. A.
  • A. Pickard, 637
  • PULVERISATION—see Coal
  • Pulverised Fuel on a Cargo Steamer. 679
  • Pulverised Fuel for Marine Purposes, Engineer.
  • Captain J. C. Brand, 65. 75

PUMPS :

  • Bilge Pumping Arrangements. Emergency.
  • Pipe Arrangement. Stony B. Freeman, 637
  • Centritugal Pumps. H. R. Lupton and
  • J. H. W. (;ill, 374
  • Circulating Water Intake Building; Pump
  • Motor Room and Strainers. at Ferrybridge. 488. 503. 532. 540
  • Electrically Driven Centrifugal Pumps.
  • Worthington Pump and Machinery Corporation. 290
  • Electrically Driven Vertical Marine Pumps.
  • W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 132
  • Garage Pumps for Inflating Pneumatic
  • Tires. Rowell and Co.. Ltd., 628
  • Novel Roller Pump, Malcolm and Feuerheerd. 610
  • Oil-driven Pumping Plant at Walton,
  • Worthington-Simpson. Ltd., 426, 435
  • Oil-driven Pumping Set, Crossley Brothers, 655
  • Pumping Station and Pumps for Portsmouth. 508. 512
  • Pumps, Non-chokeahle, Wallwin Company. 592
  • Rotary Pumps for Fire Extinguishing, &c..
  • New Features. Martin's, 655
  • Vertical Spindle Pump for Adelaide Power
  • Station, Rees Rot urho Manufact wring Coin -
  • pany , Ltd., 578

Q

  • QUICK Release Device, G. W. Rice. 210

R

  • A 1)10 Mitt tern—see Wireless

RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS : General :

  • Coach Washing Machine. London Underground Railways. 492
  • Diesel Electric Train. 520
  • \lain Line Railway Electrification. Sir Philip
  • Dawson and Professor S. Parker Smith, 30, 86, 116—For Details see Foreign Railways
  • Railway Accidents, 428; (Letters), 510, 595
  • Railway Communications in China, 352
  • Railway Position. 232
  • Sleeping Saloons, New, 104

British, Colonial and Indian :

  • Edgware-road. New Station at. 209
  • Federated Malay States Railways, 210 (;rest 1Vestern Railway Run to Plymouth, 119
  • I radian Broad-gauge Railways. Development
  • on. 6
  • Sevenoaks Railway Disaster. 257. 3014, 312. 428; (Letters), 263. 349, 368, 479
  • Sleeping Saloons. L.M. and S. and 1.. and
  • N.E. Joint Stock, 104
  • South African Railways and Foreign Competition, 677
  • Sudan Government Railways. Mixed Traffic
  • Locomotive. 516. 517

Foreign :

  • China, Railway Communications in. 352
  • Hudson Bay Railway Terminus. 263
  • Main Line Railway Electrification, Italy, 30, 86, 116
  • Italian State Railways, 86. 116
  • Privately Owned Electrified Railways, 116
  • I LWA Y Accident Prevention in France, 15S

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES : General :

  • Blast Pipe. 284; (Letter). 349
  • Cylinders. Locomotive, Machine for, H. W.
  • Kearns and Co., Ltd., 403
  • Development of the Extra High-pressure
  • Locomotive. 461
  • Economy of Steam Locomot ivies. 98
  • Electric Locomotives for Main Lines—sec
  • Foreign
  • Experimental Results from a Three-cylinder
  • Compound Locomotive, Lawford It Fry. 706. 714, 718, 731
  • George Stephenson's Killingworth Locomotive. Model, 212
  • Locomotive Efficiency, 714
  • Locomotive Industry, 396, 400; (Letter), 450
  • Oil-driven Shunting Engine. John Fowler
  • and Co. (Leeds). Ltd., 38. 627, 654

British. Colonial and Indian :

  • O.W.R. Four-cylinder Express Locomotive. 8. 119
  • Locomotives in South Africa, 677, 687
  • London. Midland and Scottish Railway,
  • Three-cylinder Express Engine Royal
  • Scot, 154. 155. 390. 391 (Two-page Supplement, October 7th; 1927)

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES (continued) : British, Colonial and Indian (continued) :

  • and N.B. Railway Locomotive with High-pressure Boiler. 237
  • Recent Express Locomotives. 180; (Letters),
  • tt11, 263, 279. 318. 349. 367. 368. 404, 423. 424. 449, 478, 510, 537. 577, 638. 684

Foreign :

  • American Great Northern Railway, Electric
  • Locomotives for, 366
  • Baldwin Eddystone Works. 220
  • Goods Engine, A.T. and S.F. Railroad. 221
  • Passenger Engines :
  • Mountain Type. Denver Railroad, 221
  • Pennsylvania Railroad. 220
  • Richmond and Washington Railroad. 221
  • Main Line Railway Electrification, Electric
  • Locomotives for :
  • Italy, 86, 116
  • Italian State Railways (Milan-Varese).
  • Direct -current Locomotive. 86
  • Three-phase Low-frequency Locomotives, 86
  • Three-phase Normal Frequency Locomotives, 116
  • Nord Railway, Work of New Compound Locomotives, Lord Monkswell, 98
  • Virginian Railway Locomotives. Electrical
  • Equipment of. 186
  • RAPER. A. R.. Equilibrium Diagram of
  • Copper-tin Alloys. dm.. 302
  • Ray, Robert, British Coking Industry. 622
  • Recent Progress in the Methods of City Refuse
  • Collection and Disposal, John B. C.
  • Kershaw. 648. 681
  • Refrigeration. Three Papers : G. W. Daniels,
  • Leuig Chew. Raymond J. Mitchell, 879
  • Reinforced Concrete Beams in Shear. Strength
  • of, J. Gilchrist. 374
  • Reinforced Concrete for Sewer and Conduit
  • Works, 142, 174. 196
  • Research, Locomotive. 400
  • Reservoirs—see Water Supply
  • Riddlesworth, W. IL. Faztors of Safety and
  • Quality of Material. 748
  • River Rother Improvement Works. 529
  • Rivet, Novel Form of. bout. J. W. Isenian, 101
  • Road and Rail. 513
  • Road Roller, Diesel -engine& J. and H. McLaren,
  • Ltd., 40
  • Road Roller, 3-Ton Tandem. Robey and Co..
  • Ltd., 10
  • Road Rollers, Crude, Oil-driven. Aveling and
  • Porter, Ltd., 12
  • Road Rollers, 8-Ton Universal Steam, and 10-Ton Steam, Marshall. Sons and Co.. Ltd.. 40
  • Robinson. Theodore W.. Development of the
  • American Iron and Steel Industry. 347, 447. 457
  • Bock Bursts on the Rand. 520
  • Rock Drills. Jack Hammers. &c.. Ingersoll-Rand Company, Ltd.. 593
  • Roller, Motor, Three-wheel. 8-10-Ton. with
  • Scarifier, Barford and Perkins. Ltd.. 61
  • Roller, Self-propelling, Parsons " Trench
  • Excavator, Alien, John and Sons (Oxford).
  • Ltd., 591.592
  • Roller, 3I-Ton Steam, with Inclined Boiler,
  • Wallis and Steevens, 592. 593
  • Rollers, Steam and Crude Oil, 6-Ton Crude Oil
  • Road Roller, Aveling and Porter. Ltd.. 594
  • Rollers, Steam and Petrol; Stonebreaker. &c.,
  • Robey and Co., Ltd., 594
  • Root Thinner, T. 13. Russell and Co.. Ltd.. 00
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W.. and Dr. D. Hanson.
  • Behaviour of Mild Steel under Prolonged
  • Stress at 300 deg. Cent.. 348
  • Rosenhain, Walter, Plastic Deformation and
  • Fran tire of Metals, 422
  • Rotary Metallic Packing. Regulator Metallic.
  • Packing Company. Ltd.. 238
  • Round Island—see Wireless Telegraphy
  • Rowing—see Ships
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Newport.
  • Mon.. 10, 38, 60
  • Rubber Recovery Filet ory in France. 210
  • Rudder, Flettner—see Ships

S

  • SAFETY in Factories, 652
  • Saloons. Railway—see Railways
  • Scientific Management. Third Congress of, 158, 317
  • Scott, W. I.., Kelvin Hall of industries. Glasgow, 66
  • Screens, Riddles, Concrete Mixers. &e.. Parker.
  • Winder and Achurch. Ltd.. 575
  • Screw Propeller, The First. Liettt..Colonel
  • Lockwood Marsh. 415
  • Separating Machine. John Wilder. 60
  • Sevenoaks—see Railways
  • Sewage Disposal Plants, Models. Hartley. Sons
  • and Co.. 575
  • Sewage Disposal—see Recent Progress
  • Sextant. New Form of, C. F. Casella and Co..
  • Ltd.. 634
  • Shanghai—sec Electrical Matters
  • Shannon Power Scheme, 618. 646. 674. 686. 702
  • Shearing and Lighting Plant, Wohteley Sheep
  • Shearing Machine Company. Ltd., 40

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING : General Matters :

  • Average Winter Sea Spi ,ds. J. L. Kent. 89
  • Flettner Rudder Equipment on New Wallasey
  • Ferry Boats, 350. 351; (Letters), 279, 318. 404. 479, 538

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING (continued) : General Matters (continued)

  • Lloyd's Register :
  • Annual Report, 517
  • Quarter's Shipbuilding Ret urns. 78
  • Quarter's Shipbuilding Ret urns. 435
  • Scholarships, 235
  • Year Book, 102
  • Motor Ship Trials with Exhaust-turbo Super-charged Engines, 211
  • Propulsive Efficiency of Rowing. F. H.
  • Alexander, 63
  • Pulverised Coal on Ships. 482
  • Pulverised Fuel on a Cargo Steamer. 679
  • Pulverised Fuel for Marine Purposes. Engineer-Captain J. C. Brand, 65, 75
  • Screw Propeller Efficiency. G. S. Baker, 88
  • Ships from Pepys's Manuscripts. G. S. Laird
  • Clowes, 63
  • Shipping. Engineering, &c., Exhibition—see
  • Separate Section of Index

British Navy :

  • County Cruisers. The New. H.M. Cruiser
  • Berwick, 210

Naval Matters :

  • Admiralty and the Engineers. 311
  • Aircraft Carriers, 6
  • British and Foreign Cruisers. 427
  • Geneva Naval Discussions, 125
  • Geneva and After, 179
  • Royal Navy and the Mercantile Marine.
  • Engineer-Captain Vm. Onyon, 316

Foreign :

  • Chilian Destroyers, .1. L Thornyeroft and
  • Co., Ltd., 74

Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels :

  • Brazilian Motor Vessel Itap(', Wm. Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 545; Trial Results. 577
  • Electrically Propelled Passenger and Cargo
  • Liner California, 282, 285. 454. 401
  • Motor Car Ferry Boat. Fishbourne. Win.
  • Denny and Brothers, Ltd., 102
  • Quadruple-screw Motor Liner, Bermuda.
  • Workman, Clark and Co.. Ltd., 708, 712. 734
  • River Yacht for the King of Egypt. John I.
  • Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 158
  • Saturnia, 24,000-Ton Motor Passenger Liner. 398, 406
  • SHOWS—see Exhibitions
  • Shunting Device—see Field
  • Signals. Semaphore, New Method of Operating.
  • J. H. Williams, 745
  • Silica and Fire-clay Products, A. T. Green. 679
  • Silica—see Iron and Steel
  • Sixty Years Ago, 17, 40, 74, 91, 119. 155, 176, 199, 225, 262. 279, 318. 340. 307, 393. 434, 460, 482. 507, 538. 565. 598, 033, 653, 689. 715, 735
  • Smith, Lieut.-Commander L., Wave-Power
  • Machine, 549
  • Smithells, Messrs., and others, Grain Growth
  • in Metal Powder, 330
  • Societies—see A ssociat ions
  • Solution and Precipitation of Cementite. .1. H.
  • Whiteley, 389

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NEWS : 19, 91, 159, 185, 238, 263, 32(1. 378. 434. 467. 491. 666, 694, 746

  • A Million for Rolling Stock, 239
  • Agricultural Machinery, 19
  • Air Mail Service, 159
  • Air Service Contract, 239
  • Big Cargo " Lifts " at Dolagna Bay. 321
  • Bricks from Mine Dump Sand, 434
  • Bridge for East London, 159
  • Bulawayo Dam, 91
  • Cape to Rand Roads, 320
  • Cape Suburban Line Electrified. 492
  • Capo'Town Goods Yard, 467
  • Central African Railways. 694
  • Coaches, New, for S.A. Railways, 321
  • Coal Mining Innovation, 203
  • Coke Ovens, New. 320
  • Congress of Commerce, 746
  • Durban Grain Elevator, 491
  • Electric Goods Locomotive, 407
  • Electricity in the Cape. 606
  • Engineering Works, New, 185
  • Excessive Engine Repairs. 746
  • Fluorspar Discovery. 185
  • Fruit Cooling at Durban. 321
  • Gold Mining Costs, 666
  • Government's Share of Mine Profits. 066
  • Heavier Train Loads, 20
  • Hulse Double-decked Coach, 378
  • Industrial Sites, 263
  • Irrigation Failures, Some, 660
  • Johannesburg's New Station. 238
  • Marhinery for Rhodesia, 321
  • Mileage for Locomotive Wheels. 263
  • Mine Temperatures, 467
  • Mineral Production, 238
  • .More Rolling Stock for S.A.R., 491
  • Motor Vehicles in the Union, 321
  • \rove in Rubber Manufacture. 238
  • Municipal and Other Enterprises, 159
  • Municipal Undertakings, 434
  • Natural Carbon Dioxide Gasworks. 159
  • Nine Months' Mineral Product ion. 746
  • Oil in East Africa. 20
  • Railway Employees. 159
  • Railway Expenditure. 239
  • Rand Mine Down 7630ft., 134
  • Rand Water Scheme, 239
  • Reinforced Concrete Water Pipes. 238

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NEWS (continued) :

  • Rhodesian Railway Workshops, 378
  • Road Motor Services, 491, 666
  • Road Transport Services, 91
  • Rustenburg Platinum, 695
  • Search for Oil in S.A., 491
  • Stewarts and Lloyds of S.A., Ltd., 492
  • Stoping Efficiency, 066
  • South-1Vest Africa Copper, 694
  • Torbanite, Fields, 185
  • Two-class Railway Omnibuses, 746
  • Union Mail Contract, 694
  • Union Mineral Output, 263
  • Union Steel Corporation. 91, 185
  • Walvis Bay Harbour, 263
  • Witbank Coal Output. 263
  • World's Leading Copper Mine ? 666
  • SOUTH African Hydro-electric Plant, 720
  • South-East England—see Electrical Matters
  • South Wales—see Electrical Matters
  • Spencer. Douglas, and the Engineer. 688
  • Spraying Machine, " Flapper "; " Arch "
  • Boiler for Heating Tar, &c., T. Coleman and
  • Sons. Ltd.. 592
  • Spraying Machine, '1 Phoenix " Extra Rapid,
  • Phoenix Engineering Company, Ltd.. 591
  • Stanton, Dr. T. E.. Lubrication of Surfaces, etc.. 274
  • Steam Generators, Electrode, Oerlikon Company. 183
  • Steam Gully Emptier, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 464, 627
  • Steam Heat Station, Kip's Bay. 142
  • Steam Production at 1300 lb. Pressure, J.
  • Anderson, 621; (Letter), 653
  • Steam Tractor—see Tractor
  • Steam Trap, Bucket Type, Lancaster and
  • Tonge, Ltd., 78
  • Stone-crushing Machinery, H. R. Marsden, Ltd., 592
  • Stone-crushing Machines, Patent Lightning
  • Crusher Company, Ltd., 626
  • *one Drying and tar-macadam Mixing Plant.
  • Frederick Parker. Ltd.. 593, 594
  • Strain Gauge for Measuring Deflections, Brown
  • and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. 20
  • Street Noises, 206
  • Submerged Combustion, Norman Swindin, 679
  • Sulphide Corporation Mine, Australia, Exhausted and Closed, 539
  • Sun, Horse-power of. Dr. J. Q. Stewart, 510
  • Superheater for Cochran Boilers. A New, T.
  • Sugden and Co., Ltd., 78
  • Super-tension Cables. Percy Dunsheath, 344
  • Supply and Demand, 43; (Letter), 211
  • Surfacing Machine--see Wood-working
  • Surveying and Levelling Machine, Automatic,
  • J. H. Williams. 518, 519
  • Swift, H. W., Graphical Analysis of Stress, 226, 227; (Letters), 318, 349
  • Switchtzear for Alternating Current, H. W. (lot bier, 345

T

  • TAF FECHAN—see Water Supply
  • Tamping Machines, B. Johnson and Son, 576
  • Tar-macadam Plant, Smith Mixer, Victoria
  • Mixers. Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 593
  • Tar Road-dressing Machine, W. and J. Glossop,
  • Ltd., 574
  • Tariffs for Electricity, 343
  • Taylor, E. R., Manganese and Whiteheart
  • M a I !cable, 94
  • Teaching Employees the Three R's, 405
  • Testing the Hardness of Gear Wheel Teeth,
  • Machine for. Vickers Ltd., 635
  • Testing—see International Congress
  • Thomas, H. Kerr, Effects of the Automobile
  • Industry on the Midlands, 16, 21
  • Threshing Machine, 4ft. sin. Clayton and
  • Shuttleworth, Ltd.. 61
  • Thrust Borer. Mangnall-Irving, with Pilot
  • Detector, Hydraulic Engineering Company,
  • Ltd., 628
  • Traction Engine, 6 H.P., Ransomes, Sims and
  • Jefferies. Ltd.. 62
  • Tractor. " Lanz Bull-dog." Heavy Oil Locomobile Engineering Company, Ltd., 62
  • Tractor Ploughing with Producer Gas, 37—
  • for details of plant. see Illustrations, Subjects
  • Index
  • Tractor, Super-Sentinel Rhinoceros Steam,
  • Sentinel Waggon 'Works, Ltd., 208
  • Tractor with Three Change-speed Gear. Wm.
  • Foster and Co., 656
  • Trade, State of, 97
  • Trades Unions—see Labour
  • Transfer of Heat in Cylinder Walls. Lecture
  • by Professor Dr.-Ing. Adolph Nagel, 420, 459. 480. 506 : (Letter), 479
  • Transmission of Power by Belts, H. W. Swift, 374
  • Transport on the Farm, Borlase Matthews. 374
  • Trench. E. F. C.. Development of Inland Transport. 501. 513
  • Truck, 2-Ton Elevating Platform, Eleetricars.
  • Ltd.. 182
  • Trucks. Petrol-driven; Hopper-cooled Petrol
  • Engines, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 574
  • Trlif.iractor, Millers' Machinery Company, Ltd.. 576
  • Tube Arrangements of Condensers, 72; (Letter). 185
  • Turbine. Internal Combustion, E. C. Wadlow, 197
  • Turbine. Marine Exhaust Steam, Recent
  • Developments of. Dr. Gustav Bauer. 692
  • Turbine for Merwedekanaal Power Station,
  • Stork-Erste-Brunner, 32, 58, 70
  • Turbines fur lionningt on and Stonebyres
  • Stations. 1,1iiiarkshire Hydro-electric Scheme, 364, 370, .394. 417 (Two-page Supplement,
  • October 14th, 1927)
  • Turbines. Water. Esther Wyss and Co., 716

U

  • ULANDER, P. H. N.. Preheated Air for Boiler
  • Furnaces. 622
  • Underground Waters—see Water Supply
  • Unit Heaters. New Types, Musgrave and Co.,
  • Ltd.. 568
  • U.S.A. Mining Interests in South Africa, 74
  • Use of Low-grade Fuel, 660

V

  • VALVE. Anti-flood, W. E. Farrer, Ltd., 591
  • Valves. Wrought Steel Steam. Dewrance and
  • Co.. Ltd.. 320; (Correction), 358
  • Vertical Intermittent Chambers Ovens, N. .1.
  • Bowater, 622
  • Vibro Concrete Piling. M. McCarthy, 490
  • Yokes, F. C., and C. B. Townend. Power Gas
  • from Sewage Sludge. 693
  • Volta Centennial Celebrations. 81

W

  • WADLOW, E. C., Continuous Combustion at
  • High Pressures, 704
  • Wadlow, E. ('.. The Internal Combustion Turbine, 197
  • Wagon, 6-Ton Steam, with Asphalt Mixing
  • Cauldron, Fodens, Ltd., 628
  • Wagon, Steam. Now Type. Fodens, Ltd., 655
  • Wagon, 6-Ton Undertype, with Double-acting
  • High-pressure Engine. Fodens, Ltd., 39
  • Wagons. 6-Ton Steam. Overtype and Undertype, Clayton and Shuttleworth. Ltd.. 61
  • Walsh, Dr. .1. W. T.. Street Lighting as an
  • Illumination Problem, 558
  • Washing Machine, Railway Coach. London
  • Underground Company, 492
  • Water Heater, New Automatic. Rund 'Manufacturing Company. 352

WATER SUPPLY :

  • Chicago Waterworks Tunnel. New, 211
  • Deptford Waterworks. Proposed Remodelling of, 49
  • Guildford Corporation Waterworks Extensions, 607
  • Newport. New &Airco of Water Supply for, 402; (Addendum), 439
  • Portsmouth, New Waterworks Pumping
  • Station for. at. Havant, 508, 512
  • Taf Fechan Reservoir and Works, 113. 124, 144, 150
  • Trend of "Water Purification Practice, Paul
  • Hansen. 155
  • Underground Waters, Origin and Distribution of. Dr. J. W. Gregory. 104
  • Wohlenberg, W. J., and F. W. Brooks, Design
  • of Boiler Furnaces, 120. 126
  • WAVE-POWER Machine. Lieut.-Commander
  • L. Smith. 549
  • Weighmeter, R. G. Parker and Others, 679
  • Weldless Steel Tubes. Branford Tube Company, Ltd., 026
  • Welland Ship Canal. 198
  • 'Westland—see Aeronautics
  • Whirling of Shafts, T. M. Naylor. 375
  • 'hiteley. J. H.. Solution and Preeipitat ion of
  • Cornell t t r. 388

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY & TELEPHONY :

  • Audio Resonant Wireless Reception. 1 IR
  • Indian Wireless Beam Stations. 262
  • Round Island ‘Vireless Beacon Station, 245
  • WOODWORKING Machines, Two Improved :Surfacing, Thieknessing and Sizing Machin©; High-speed Planing. Matching and Moulding, Thomas Robinson and Sons, Ltd., 662. 663, 664
  • Work-hardening—see Iron
  • Worm Gear—see Balanced Wust, Dr. Fritz, Theory of the Blast-furnace Process, 362
  • Wyatt. F.. Machine Speeds and Output, 372

X

  • X-RAYS and the Crystalline Structure of
  • Materials, Thomas Hawkmley Lecture, Sir
  • illiam H. Bragg. 535, 541

Y

  • YACHTS—see Ships
  • Young, Horace .1., Corrogion by Oil, 4311

A Seven Day Journal

A

  • ACCUMULATION of Water in Mines, 359
  • Aerial Ropoway, A Large, 385
  • Aeronautical Developments, 1
  • Aeroplane Flight from a Liner, 139
  • Aeroplane Tragedies, Two Moro Atlantic. 297
  • Aircraft Carrier, The Largest, 413
  • Aircraft Manufacturer's Complaint., 57
  • Airship Engines, 385
  • All-moral Flying Boat, A New, 139
  • Amended Rules for Heavy Motor Vehicles, 193
  • American Naval Policy, 673
  • American Naval Proposals. 701
  • Argentine Cruisers, New, 1
  • Armstrong's and Vickers', 527, 587, 617
  • Atlantic Flight Tragedy, Another, 271
  • Australian Navy, New Ships for, 29
  • Automatic Telephones in Ireland, 111
  • Aviation in France, 499
  • Avoiding Lines, New, on the Southern Railway. 219

B

  • BATTERSEA. Now Generating Station at, 555
  • Battleships, Now, 193
  • Bibby Motor Liner Cheshire, The New. 166
  • Bidder, Mr. G. P., Memorial to, 245; Letter), 368
  • Bridge Reconstruction, A Noteworthy. 645
  • Bridging the Bosphorus, 111
  • British Airships. The New, 85
  • British Coal Industry, 359
  • British Electrical Industry, 57
  • B.E.S.A., Tho Work of the, 471
  • British Industries and the Cost of Living. 471
  • British Stool Industry, 245
  • British Steel Rebate Scheme, 271, 327
  • Bruce, Mr. W. J. Willet. Retirement of, 297

C

  • CABLE and Wireless Telegraphy, 617
  • Caillard. Sir Vincent, Retirement of, 271
  • Canal Bridges in the Midlands, 165
  • Census of Engineering Production, 29
  • Central Scotland Electricity Scheme, 673
  • Clyde Launch, Important, 587
  • Clyde Launches, Some Recent, 499
  • Clyde Riveters' Strike, 139..193
  • Clyde Shipbuilding Combine, A Suggested, 617, 673
  • Coal Inquiry in Belgium, 727
  • Coal Mining Profits, 413
  • Conference on Methods of Coal Analysis, 385, 471
  • Conference on Shipyard Disputes, 327
  • Cruiser Contracts in America, 219
  • Cunard Steamship Company, 443

D

  • DANGER from Floating Petrol, 673
  • Dating of Patents. 165
  • Davies, Sir J. C., The Late, 245
  • Decimal Association, 645
  • Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 29
  • Duddell Modal, 701

E

  • EIGHT Hours' Day in Germany, 139
  • Einthovon, Professor, The Late, 385
  • Electrical Export Trade, 165
  • Electrical Frequency Change-over, The First, 499
  • Electrical Industry in Germany. 193
  • Electricity Commissioners' Seventh Annual
  • Report, 701
  • Electricity Scheme for Lincolnshire, 527
  • Electricity Supply in Rural Areas, 617
  • Electrification of the Mumbles Railway. 327
  • Empire Airship Services, 219
  • Empire Airships, 499
  • Export Credits Guarantee Scheme, 413
  • Extended Flying Boat Cruise. 193

F

  • FIRST Sea Lord, 111
  • Floating Dock for Australia, 327
  • Floating Dock, New 25,000.Ton, for France, 271
  • Fog and the Railways, 413
  • Fowler's, Sir Henry, Address, 471
  • French Naval Construction, 111
  • French Naval Strategy, 219
  • French Navy Estimates. 555
  • From Government to Company Management in
  • Belgium, 57
  • Fuel Research Board. 57
  • Future of the Port of Fleetwood, 413

G

  • GALLOWAY, Sir William, The Late, 527
  • General Electric Company. 57
  • Gorman Passenger Liner, A Now, 587
  • Goods Traffic on British Railways. 443
  • Grain Handling Plant Contract, Large, 471
  • Great Western Engine in America. 443
  • Guggenheim Safe Aircraft Competition. 4 1 3
  • Gun Armament of Cruisers. 139

H

  • HARBOUR Improvements, Proposed, at.
  • Boulogne, 555
  • High-pressure Cargo Liner, 385
  • High-pressure Gas Research. 555
  • High-speed Atlantic Liners, Proposed. 527
  • High-tension Transmission Accident in Belgium, 727
  • H.M. Cruiser Devonshire, Launch of. 471
  • H.M.S. London, Launch of, 297
  • H.M.S. Nelson as Flagship, 443
  • Hours of Labour in Germany, 139
  • Hunter, Sir George B., Retirement of. 327

I

  • INDUCED and Atmospheric Charges in Transmission Lines, 471
  • Industrial Optimists and Pessimists, 413
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers' Conversazione, 57
  • International Press Conference. 29
  • Italian Naval Programme, 385
  • Italy's Merchant Fleeb, 246

J

  • JUDGE Gary. 193

L

  • LABOUR in Germany). 673
  • Launches, Some Notable, 369
  • Liberia, 85
  • Lloyd's Register Scholarships, 665
  • Locomotives for South Africa, 701
  • L.C.C. Tramways, 85
  • L.M.S. Non-stop Run, A Record, 359
  • London's Record Rainfall, 111
  • London Terminal Air Port, 645
  • Loss of the U.S. Submarine S 4, 701, 727
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant, Large, 443

M

  • MACHINE Tool Exhibition, 1928. 327
  • March Goods Junction Scheme, 673
  • Marine Propelling Machinery, 527
  • Marking Imported Steel, 85
  • \laudslay, Mr. W. H., The Late, 245
  • Mechanisation of the Army, 297, 443
  • Mersey Ferry Boats, The New. 24:;; (Lilt 279, 318
  • Mersey Tunnel, 29
  • Minin Subsidence, 57
  • Mr. Blight of " Griffins." 443
  • Monro, Rear-Admiral C. E., 727
  • Motor Oil Tankers, Now. 271
  • Motor Shipbuilding Progress, 701
  • Motor Vessel, A New. Launched, 471
  • Motor Vessel for Pacific Service, A New, 297
  • Motor Vessels for the Clyde, New, 385
  • Motor Vessels and Trade Routes, 327
  • Musical Instrument, A New. 727
  • Mutual Co-oporation on the L.M.S. Railway. 359

N

  • NAG HAMMAADI Barrage, 219
  • National Electricity Scheme, Scottish, 443
  • National Electricity Supply Scheme, 219
  • National Naval Museum, 245
  • Naval Building Programme, 527
  • Naval Construction, Now, 490
  • Navas' Construction Programme, 271
  • Naval Programme. Reduction in, 587
  • Naval Shipbuilding in America, 327
  • New Isle of Man Turbine Steamer, 1
  • Noise in the Manchester Streets, 271
  • N'ortli-East Coast Launches, Two Notable. 193

O

  • 01 -ELECTRIC Drive for Reconditioned Ships, 297
  • Oil Engine Generator Sot, A Large, 555

P

  • PANAMA Canal Traffic. 673
  • Parsons Marino Steam Turbine Company. 385
  • Pease, Sir A. F., The Late, 587
  • Pier Reconstruction at Newhaven, 587
  • Port of Antwerp, Improving, 555
  • Port of Liverpool. 645
  • Port of London Improvements, 139
  • Port of Southampton, 165
  • Principesse Mafolda, 499
  • Proposed High-speed Atlantic Liners, 471
  • Public Works in Spain, 587

Q

  • QUADRUPLE-SCREW Motor Liner Bermuda, 139

R

  • RAILWAY Accidents in 1926, 297
  • Railway Bridge Reconstruction, 111
  • Railway Electrification, 413; (Correction), 477
  • Railway Electrification in India, 29
  • Railway Returns for 1026, 193
  • Railway Steamers, Now, 359
  • Railwaymen and the Trades Union Bill, 29
  • Research on Cast Iron, 645
  • Responsibility of Engineers in France, 165
  • Restrictions on Warship Tonnage, 57
  • Rhino Navigation, 29
  • Richardsons, Westorth and Co., Ltd.. 139
  • River Pollution, 85
  • Road-rail Trucks on the L.M.S., 701
  • Rosyth Naval Base. 85
  • Rotor Ship Barbara, 85
  • Rural Telephones, 527

S

  • SAFETY of Life at Sea, Proposed Convention
  • on. 587
  • Safety in Mines, 297
  • Safety in .11ines Research, 165
  • Salving the Motor Tanker Seminole. 701
  • Scapa Flow Salvage Operations. 271
  • Schneider Trophy Race. 165. 359. 701
  • Scott•Still Motor Ship, A Now, 499
  • Seaplane Record Speed Attempt. 727
  • Sovenoaks Railway Disaster. 245
  • Shipbuilders, More Orders for, 413
  • Shipbuilding Employers Federation, 555
  • Shipbuilding Order. Important. 359
  • Shipbuilding Orders. Now, 327
  • Shipley Electricity Supply. I
  • Singapore Floating Dock, 85
  • Singapore Naval Base, 499
  • S.O.S. Distress Signal, Tho New. 139
  • South African Wireless Beam Service, 1
  • South-East England Electricity Scheme. 385
  • Southern Railway Disaster. 219
  • Spanish Mr Services, 727
  • Spanish Marine, 85
  • Standardising London's Electricity Supply. 139
  • Steam Trials of H.M.S. Suffolk, 1
  • Steam versus Electric Traction. 615
  • Steel Pit Props. 673
  • Stewart, Mr. William. Tho Late. 271
  • Strike Against High Wages, 111
  • Submarines. Large. 617
  • Suburban Traffic at. Liverpool.street Station, 701
  • Supercharged Engines, 327
  • Super Liners for Atlantic Service. 617
  • Swan. Humor and Wigham Richardson, Ltd., 617
  • Synthetic Nitrogen. 527. 017
  • Szhiinper. Mr. A. W., Retirement. of. 29

T

  • TAYLOR, Mr. H. M., The Late. t t::
  • Television Developments, 85
  • Textile Machinery for Gorr:11%11y. 3:).0
  • Thames Bridges, 111. 645. 727
  • Threatened Timber Shortage, 1
  • Tobu Railway Electrification .219
  • Torrey. Mr. C. F.,
  • Tho Late, 645
  • Trade Disputes Bill, 111
  • Troubles of the Coal Trade, 499
  • Turbo-generator Set, New, at St. Pancras Electricity Works, 527
  • Two Aeronautical Achievements, 245

U

  • UNDERGROUND Railways in Manchester. 297
  • Underground Telephone Cables, 219
  • U.S. Navy Aircraft Lexington. 219

V

  • VETERAN Engineer, 673

W

  • WAGES in the Engineering Industry. 111
  • Wages in the Shipbuilding Industry, 687
  • Wages in the Shipbuilding Trades. 165
  • Warship Reconstruction. 645
  • Water and Electric Supplies at Rangoon. 727
  • Water Supply Scheme for Coventry. 527
  • White Star Lino Appointments. 359
  • Workman, Mr. Frank, The Late. 555
  • Wreck Statistics for 1926, 193
  • YARROW and Co., Ltd., 673
  • Young. Sir Frederick, The Late,

Paragraphs

A

  • ABRASIVES for Use in ‘Vood•working and
  • other Industries. 95
  • .‘braiives, Report by Canadian Department of
  • Mines, 369
  • Aerial Ropowny—seG Coal

AERONAUTICS :

  • Aeronautical PriZCI. 131
  • Aoroplano Con,truction nt High Rate of
  • Speed at Factory of Canndinn Vickers, Ltd., 639 •
  • Aeroplane Factory Propoxed nt Tsingtno,
  • Chinn, 688

AERONAUTICS (continued):

  • Aeroplane Service Between China and Japan,
  • Proposed, 829
  • Air Liners for Passengers and Mails in
  • America, 95
  • Australian Aerial Service$, Ltd., Happy
  • Record, 341
  • Berlin's Aorodrome, Extension of Adiiiiiiihtra•
  • tivo Buildings, 657
  • Canaditui (overnment Air Service 425
  • Commercial Aerial Service Projected Between
  • Shanghai, yanking, &c.. 739
  • flundred•pauenger Aerial Pullman, Ford
  • Motor Company, 229

AERONAUTICS (continued) :

  • Mooring Tower for Transatlantic Air Service 13ecween Britain and Canada, 95
  • Wireless, Pilotless Succe.sful Series of Flights
  • by Biplane, 569
  • " AGE of Speed." Cinematograph Film, Offer
  • by Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 270
  • Agricultural Experiments with Use of Elec.
  • tricity for Growing VegetaWs near Stockholm, 369
  • Agricultural Profit Absolutely Demands Im. '
  • proved Traumport, R. Borlase Matthews, 255
  • .‘jax-Northrup Furnace at Museum, 710
  • Alcohol, Butyl, from Corn, and the By•pro•
  • ducts to Yield Methyl Alcohol, 483
  • Alcohol. Industrial. Manufacture in Paris, 229
  • Allen•Liversidge. Ltd.. Staff Dinner. 644
  • Alloys. " Permaltoy " and Other Varieties, 119
  • Almnininm Electrolytic Rectifier:4 and Corro•
  • .4iort Qlw.ition, 13
  • Aluminium. Proposed Plant for Manufacture
  • of. in Tasmania.;1 I
  • American Industry's Mechanical Power In.
  • crease. 149
  • Ammunition. Now Method to Prevent Rust,
  • Corrosion and Pitting. 149
  • Ammunition Problem for the United states
  • Army. 569
  • Anchoring Building* to Resist Wind Pressure
  • in U.S.A.. 685
  • Annealing and Use of Wrought Iron Chains.
  • Government Booklet. 397
  • Antofagasta, Chile, Progress in Construction of
  • New Protected Port at, 341, 369
  • Argentina, Boring Series of Deep Wells, 511
  • Argentine to Proceed with Construction of
  • Uostanera Canal, 341
  • Artificial Silk Manufacture in Tasmania, Proposed Formation of Company, 69
  • Asbestos and Allied Products Output in Canada, 281
  • Asbestos-Cement Building Materials, Projected
  • Factory for Production, 281
  • Asbestos from Cyprus Mines, Expected Output. 2.2.9
  • Asbestos Deposit in the Transvaal, 255

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES

  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, NI %NenESTER :
  • Visit to Linotype Works, Altrincliam, 105
  • INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY :
  • Jubilee Banquet. 723
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL:
  • Awards of " Williams Prize." 583
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • High-temperature Heat Insulation, F.
  • Timpson, 511
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • New Offices, Additional Library and
  • Reading Room. 425
  • INSTITUTE, ROYAL, OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS :
  • Offer of Maintenance Scholarship, 135
  • Awards of Maintenance Scholarships.
  • also Renewals. 495
  • INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENulsl':F:lip
  • Coming-of-Age Dinner, 641
  • INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENuINEERs :
  • Annual Reception and Convorsazione. 310
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • Awards of Various Prizes. 405
  • Second Public Examination in Chemical
  • Engineering. Comment on Work Done. 641
  • Yarrow and William Lindley Scholarships.
  • Applications Invited, 181
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
  • A.M.I.E.E. Examination, 189
  • Associate Membership Examination Dates. 672
  • Ballot for the Council for 1927-28. Result, 94
  • Grant of WOO to Funds of British Engineering Standards Association, 229, 285, 569
  • Honorary Member Election, 616
  • Students' Premiums Award, 84
  • Students' Sections, Annual' Summer \ h•4•r
  • ing, Programme, 53
  • INSTITUTION, JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERS :
  • Annual General Meeting and Elections, 386
  • Engineering Salesmanship, Robert Lowe. 551
  • Hardening and Quenching Throughout the
  • Ages, Lecture, P. J. Haler, 739
  • Lubrication. Professor Edwin Edsor, 421
  • Management Graphics. F. G. Rose. 697
  • Meetings for Engineering Questions or
  • Discussions Raised by Members. 666
  • President, New, Choice and Induction of. 323
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERs
  • Prizes Awarded for Papers, 495
  • Water Arbitration Prize. Subject of Paper, 424
  • North-Western Branch, Visit of Members
  • to Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Work.
  • at Trafford Park, 25
  • INSTITUTION OF NAvAI. ARCHITECTs :
  • Date for Next Annual Meetings, 526
  • Scholarship Awards. 211. 492
  • Scholarships to be Offered in 1928. 583
  • INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERs
  • Associates Admission. Widening Change, 483
  • Summer Meeting in France, 41
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL, OF GREAT BRITAIN :
  • General Meetings. Elections. 551. 666
  • Juvenile Christmas Lectures, 470
  • Lectures during November and December, 421
  • Programme of Friday Evening Discourses before Easter, 726
  • INSTITUTION OF WATER ENGINEERS :
  • Meeting in Glasgow, Subterranean Water :
  • Its Three-fold Origin. Professor .1. W.
  • Gregory, 309
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :
  • Load Electric Accumulator in Modern
  • Practice, R. C. Hall, 369
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL AERONAUTICAL :
  • Honorary Fellow. Election, 616
  • SOCIETIES, PHYSICAL AND OPTICAL :
  • Date of Exhibition in 1928, 490
  • ATMOSPHERIC Conditions in Deep Mines. 685
  • Automatic Telephone in Doncaster. 281
  • Automatic Telephone Exchanges in London,
  • Early Openings Expected. 13, 255 13

B

  • BARIUM-CARBONATE Method for Treatment of Boiler Feed Water, 539
  • Beet Sugar Factory Projected at Ponkridge,
  • Staffs., 281
  • Beet Sugar Machinery. Controlling, 628
  • Belgian Manufacturers' Corporation for Sale
  • of Goods in India. Burma. and Ceylon, 309
  • Belgian Scheme for Water Control and Railway
  • Communication, 13
  • Beryl, Precious Variety, Important Discovery made in the Transvaal, 029
  • Bicycle Imports into Egypt, Considerable
  • Increase, 539
  • Blacklead, 131
  • Blasting, Well-drill, an Improbable Cause 01
  • Damage to Buildings, 341)
  • Blind Workers in Engineering Factories at
  • Home and Abroad, 341
  • Boiler Accident, Unusual, and its Cause, 41
  • Boiler Collapse and Useless Water Gauge, 599
  • Boiler Explosions and Necessary Precautions, 149
  • Boiler Explosions and Stop Valves, 41
  • Bombay Engineering Congress, Thirteens h
  • Annual Session, 539
  • Boulogne's Increasing Passenger Traffic, Pro•
  • jetted Enlarged Accommodation for Shipping, 599
  • Brass Trust, Expected Formation of, 149

BRIDGES :

  • lirazil to Invite Tenders for Steel Bridge in et
  • the Rio Doce, 41
  • Bridge Across the River Hull, 425, 455
  • Bridge, Railway, Over the Yana, Melbourne.
  • Unused for 'cony Years, Proposed Use for
  • Vehicular Traffic, 69
  • Buffalo River, High-level Bridge Projected at
  • East London, 36
  • Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. Proposed
  • Bridge to be Built by Arc Welding Process. 539
  • Clarence River, Bridge Over, at Grafton.
  • N.S. Wales. 281
  • Concrete Bridge, Special Span and Height,
  • under Const ruet ion Over Creek in Cab -
  • fornia, 599
  • Denmark, Little Belt Bridge Projected, 177
  • Ferro-concrete International Bridge, 'renders
  • for Construction, 511
  • Ferro-concrete Bridge to Replace Iron Sus.
  • pension Bridge at Marlow, 685
  • Forest City International Bridge, Tenders
  • for Construction, 511
  • Forth and Tay New Road Bridges, Long-delayed Reports, 739
  • George's River, Bridge Over, near Sydney.
  • Foundation Difficulties Overcome. 255
  • High Bridge, Over Harlan) River, New York,
  • Improvement of, 711
  • Iron Truss Bridge Collapse by Wood Flooring
  • Catching Fire, 149
  • Irrawaddy Proposed Bridge, Construction t o
  • Begin, Burma Government to Share Cost, 41, 159
  • Mississippi River Bridge, Serious Erection
  • Accident, 455
  • Murray River, Bethanga Bridge Construction being Pressed Forward, 397
  • Murray River, Five New Bridges Over. 177
  • Nerbudda Bridge of Great Indian Peninsula
  • Railway, 711
  • Palmiet River, Proposed Bridge Over at.
  • Elgin, South Africa, 69
  • Port Augusta. South Australia, Important
  • Bridge, 281
  • Saute, Gorge of Druc Rivet, New Bridge
  • Across, 711
  • Scherzer Bridge at Tientsin, 569
  • Southern Railway High-level Bridge at
  • Maidstone. Reconstruction, 685
  • Suspension Bridge, New Brunswick, to be
  • Dismantled, 629
  • Suspension Bridge Between New York City
  • and Fort Lee, N.J.. Begun, 369
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge Main Arch Construction, 41
  • Wearmouth Bridge at Sunderland, Work
  • Begun, 483
  • Varra, Bridge Over, Projected by New Victoria Labour Ministry, 41
  • BRIQUETTING Plant at Estevan, Saskatchewan, 318
  • British Beet Grower and Empire Sugar Pro•
  • ducer, 293
  • British Columbia Electric Railway. Boring
  • Power Tunnel. 511
  • British Columbia's Large Order for Timber for
  • London, 518
  • British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers'
  • Association, Annual Dinner, 608
  • British Engineering Standards Association.
  • Grant of £1000 Received from the Institution
  • of Electrical Engineers, 229, 285, 569
  • British Paint, Varnish, &e., Manufacturers'
  • Research Association, 369
  • Burma, Reported Large Area Suitable 101
  • Rubber Planting, 425
  • Burner, Now, for Marine or Industrial lese, 123

C

  • CABLE Tramway Replaced by Omnibus
  • Service, 397
  • Cable Tramway Ropes, British Ropes Preferred
  • in Melbourne, 177
  • Cables—see Telegraphy
  • Callao, Peru, Important Dock Extensions, 3119
  • Canada's Mineral Output. 255, 539
  • Canadian Government Extension of Scientitir
  • and Industrial Research, 13
  • Canadian Grindstone Quarrying, Experiences
  • in Early Days, 341
  • Canal Made for Moving Large Oil St orage Tanks. 569
  • Canal, Regents, and Dock Company. Propti-rd
  • Wholesale Acquirement of Other Canals, 629
  • Carbide Furnace at Shawinigan Falls, Quebec. 177
  • Csrgo-handling at Tees Wharves, A Record. 569
  • Casein in Finland Industry, Large Demand. 685
  • Catalogues of Agricultural. Engineering and
  • Other Machinery and Goods Wanted for East
  • Africa. 455 ()rinses and EfTeets of Mining Subsidence, Sir
  • Richard Redmayne, 539
  • Cellulose Lacquer Industries, New Resin for, 177
  • Cement Factory, Large, Proposed in Derbyshire, 281
  • Cement Factory to be Put Up at Port Elizabeth, 255
  • Central Heating for Paris, 629
  • Centrifugal Pump, Claims Made for it. 41
  • Centrifugal Pump, Disadvantage of Having a
  • Foot Valve, 620
  • Chains—are Annealing
  • Charcoal's Mysterious Effect on Gold and Silver. 95
  • Chemical Reactions, French Apparatus for
  • Studying. 629
  • China Clay, Cornish Businesses Bought b
  • American Firm, 281
  • Chlorination and Toxicity, Research, 629
  • Chrome and Asbestos Output of Southern
  • Rhodesia, 425
  • Chrome Ore in the Transvaal, Profitable Possibilities if Transport Secured. 148
  • Chromite Deposits Discovery in the Southern
  • Ural, 13
  • Chromium Plating, Recent Developments in
  • Germany, 397
  • Chromium Plating Revived in Sheffield, 281
  • Cleaning Castings by New Hydraulic Method, 455
  • COI Gas, Natural, Description of Liquefaction, 3. Forman, 739

COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES :

  • Aerial Ropoway for Coal Conveyance, 149
  • Betteshanger Colliery, Deal. Sinkings, 318
  • Bolsover Colliery Company's New Shaft, 281
  • Boring Operations at Crosby, Cumberland,
  • Disappointing Results, 455
  • British Columbia Collieries' Output, 629
  • Brown Coal Deposits at Altana, Victoria,
  • Renewed Exploitation of, 255
  • Brown Coal Distillation and Engine Fuel, 483
  • Brown Coal, South Australian. Equipment
  • Needed for Burning, 229
  • cleckheaton Colliery. Discovery of Seam, 255
  • Coal Area, Extensive, Discovered in China, 685
  • Coal Bunkering and Loading at Hartlepool,
  • Improvement of, 539
  • Coal Discovered under Business District of
  • Town in Nova Scotia, 599
  • 'oat Discovery at Hook, Pembrokeshire, 739
  • coal Distillation Plant for Inverness, Nova
  • Scotia, 539
  • Coal-handling Plant for Toronto Harbour. 177
  • Coal Tar Manufacture for Asphalt Roads in
  • Manchuria, 483
  • Coalite, by Low-temperature Carbonisation-.
  • Ltd., High Price for First Consignment, 177
  • Coal Seam Discovery at Cultus Lake, British
  • Columbia, 281
  • Coke and Gas Plant and By-product Plant
  • for Recovery of Tar and Ammonium SW photo, 13
  • Coke Importation into Now South Wales.
  • Imposition of Duty Proposed, 341
  • Colliery, New, to be Opened in New South
  • Wales, 397
  • Craven Colliery to be Closed Down, 424
  • Disaster in Pit by Collapse of Pipes, Report.
  • and Recommendations, 391
  • Dutch East Indies, New and Promising Coalfield Discovery, 718
  • Electric Belt Conveyor for Shipping Coal
  • from the Mine, 309
  • Excavator, Very Large Mechanical, Installed
  • in German Coal Mine. 369
  • French Coal Production in September, 539
  • Fuel Research Station's Report on Lancashire Coal, 177
  • Heapstead to be Erected at Boldon Colliery,
  • Durham, 539
  • High Main Seam to be Worked Again, 739
  • Lignite and Bituminous Coal Treatment for 13y- products, 397
  • Low Main Seam Found at New Pit. Seahana
  • Harbour, 511
  • liow Moor, Yorkshire, Rediscovery of Coal
  • Seam, 255
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation of Coal Proposed for Canada, 177
  • Mines Closing Down in Spain, Government
  • Measures Called for, 255
  • Mining Region in Siberia. Discovery of Coal
  • Seams Across Residential Site, 711
  • National Conference of Coal Producers and
  • Distributors, Hoped-for Price Reduction, 569
  • Now Zealand Coal. Survey to be Undertaken
  • by Government. 538
  • Northumbrian Coal Mine Improved and Reopened, 309
  • Nova Scotia's Increased Coal Production, 309
  • Rhodesia. Large Coalfield Discovery Reported, 202
  • Shipley Colliery Company's New Seam. 511
  • Shipment of Coal in Commissioners Docks.
  • at Calcutta. 341
  • Somerset Coalfield " Otis* " Inquiry, 229
  • Steel and Wood as Material for Pit Props. 229
  • 'Moresby Colliery, All-electric, Engineers.
  • Visit of Inspection, 425
  • Ultra-violet Ray Treatment for Pit I3ovs and
  • Young Miners, 229
  • Upper Silesia, Coal from, for Algerian Railways, Trial Order, 13
  • Waukie Company. South Africa, New Colliery
  • Equipment. 455
  • COLD Storage Buildings on East Pier. Cape
  • Town, Put into Service, 245
  • Cold Storage Erection at Durban. 739
  • Colombo Harbour Improvement Progress, 628
  • Colombo, Scheme for Reclamation of Swamp., 341, 391
  • Concentrating Copper Ore by Flotation, 255
  • Concrete Building Record in British Colombia, 455
  • Concrete Chimney Stack, Tallest in North
  • America, 397
  • Concrete Road in Colorado. Ore from the Dump
  • of a Gold Nine Used in Construction, 629
  • Concrete Roadway. 137 Miles in Length, 177
  • Concrete Sleepers After Thirteen Years. Mel.
  • bourne, Examination Finds Sound as Ever. 255
  • Concrete. Tests of Effect on Strength of Certain
  • Additions, 341
  • Copper Industry in U.S.A.. Organisation of
  • Producers to Promote Collaboration, 599
  • Copper Mine, Western, in British Columbia, 68a
  • Copper-nickel Ore in Ontario, Huge Deposit
  • Estimated, 177
  • Corundum Claims in Rusape District. South
  • Africa. Reported Activities, 149
  • Cranes, Electrical. Required for Cape Town and
  • Amsterdam, 360
  • Crude Petroleum Production in the U.S.A., 281
  • Cumberland. Hodbarrow Mining Company's
  • New Shaft, 25.5

D

  • DEAF Taught to Speak by " Voice Vision," 657
  • Death of Mr. Allan Crombie, 13
  • Death of Dr. Eugene Haanel, 41
  • Death of Mr. William Samuel Scott, 829
  • Death of Mr. James Taylor, 309
  • Deep-water Pier at Kirkcolm, Possibilities
  • under Discussion, 746
  • Dehydrating Glauber's Salts in Saskatchewan,
  • Plant to be Put up, 629
  • Demolition of Wreck Blocking One of the
  • Passes into the Mississippi River, 739
  • Detroit, Book Tower to be Tallest Building in
  • the World, 281
  • l)iamond Drilling in Chelmsford District of
  • Ontario and Disclosure of Lead Zinc and
  • Copper Ore, 425
  • Diamonds on South-West African Coast, 397
  • Diatomaceous Earth Deposits, Factory to
  • Utilise, 416, 483
  • Diesel Engines Installed for Power in Copper
  • and Zinc Mine in Northern Quebec, 623
  • Distillation of Wood and Production of Wood
  • Creosote, Plant being Put up at Borsehum,
  • South Russia, 657
  • Dock Railway Improvements at Canton
  • Planned, 341
  • Dog Train Hauling Sledge Over Snow, Value
  • of Work. 539 20,000.000-Dollar Merger of Steel and Tin-plate
  • Companies in Ohio, 483
  • Double Dry Grinder, B. R. Rowland and Co.,
  • Ltd. (Correction), 56
  • Drainage Pump, Novel Form for Coal Pit, 177
  • Duralumin as Substitute for Steel for Mine
  • Tubs and Baskets in Collieries, 739
  • Durban Town Council's Projected Expenditure
  • of Ono Million Pounds, 739
  • Dynamite as a " Safe " Explosive, 229

E

  • ECONOMISER Explosion in a Lacashire Mill, 685

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • Alternator Weighing 67 Tons Travels Long
  • Road Journey, 425
  • Australian General Electric Company's New
  • Factory. 41
  • Automatic Sub-station in the Rand Refinery, 11
  • British Columbia, Proposed Development of
  • Shusway Falls for Electrical Supply, 599
  • Burrinjuck, New South Wales, Delayed
  • Electricity Scheme. 149
  • California Power Companies Transmitting
  • to Long Distances and High Pressure. 511
  • Canada's Electric Power Systems. 629
  • Canadian Electrical Code for Wiring and
  • Installation of Apparatus. 13
  • Carbon Brushes for Dynamos and. Motors,
  • Xylophone Test for, 455
  • Central Electricity Board Seeks Architect's
  • Advice, 455
  • Ventral Scotland Electricity Scheme, 1927, 41
  • Cooking and Heating by Electricity at
  • Wimbledon, 203
  • Dartford's Increased Use of Electricity, 95
  • Drives, Electrical, in the Papermaking
  • Industry, 436
  • Durban, South Africa. Extension of Electricity Supply to the Kloof District, 511
  • Electrical Apparatus Industry of Canada,
  • All-round Expansion, 569
  • Electric Cord to Act as Push Button, Numerous Valuable Uses of, 123
  • Electric Ploughing. R. Borlase Matthews, 635
  • Electrical Tube, Marvellous Sensitiveness, 569
  • Electricity Commissioners' Regulations, 46
  • Electricity Consumption for Trade Purposes in Switzerland, 69
  • Extension of Electricity Plant at East
  • London, South Africa, 539
  • Farm Electrification and its Cost. 203
  • Farm, Public. Near Stockholm, Experiments
  • with Electricity for Growing Vegetables. 369
  • Farmers Grouping in Victoria to Secure
  • Cheaply Electrified Farms, 341
  • Gatineau Power Company, Great Designed
  • Capacity, 397
  • Gatineau Power Company, Progressive Use
  • of Power, 203
  • Generating Plant Extensions in Cape Town, 369
  • Generator for New York Edison Company.
  • Huge Capacity of. 455
  • German Power Stations. Industrial Stations.
  • Results for 1925. 309
  • Germany's Electrical Exports and Imports.
  • Analysis of, 369
  • Grose River. New South Wales. Proposed
  • Use of Waters for Electric Power, 203
  • Hackney Power Station Plant Increase, 203
  • Heating by Electricity. Enormous Increase
  • in Use of, in Switzerland. 569
  • High •pressure Power Station, 368
  • Higher 1Valton Mills, Electrification Scheme
  • for, 13
  • Hydraulic Turbines in Californian Powerhouse, Reported Very High Efficiency. 511
  • India. Bangalore, Question of Electrical
  • Application to Heating and Cooling; also
  • Electrically Operated Refrigerators, 229
  • India's Increased Imports of American Electric Machinery, Fittings and Goods, 123
  • Italian Supply of Electricity. New Hydro-electric Station Completed at Mozanno, 69
  • Japanese Electric Power Companies Oppose
  • Government Proposals to Begin Electric
  • Operations, 69
  • Kligenburg Electric Power Station, Details
  • of Plant and Working, 569
  • Leningrad Factory for Production of Electric Meters, 123
  • Liverpool's Increased Demand for Electric
  • Power. 739
  • Locomotives. Electric—see Railways
  • Mafeking's Extension of Electricity Plant. 369
  • Member of Electricity Board as Director in
  • Company, Question Put to Minister. 123
  • Motors ana Rotors, Contrasts, 309
  • Mukdon High-tension Overhead Wires to be
  • Replaced by Underground Cables, 629
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne Electric Supply Company, 149
  • Ottawa Power Company's Plant at Bryson
  • to be Doubled. 739

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):

  • Paisley Town Councils Electric Lighting
  • Scheme. 13
  • Paris District, Power Supply front the
  • Eguzon Hydro-clectrie Station. 203
  • Power Line, New, 100 Miles Long. for Quebec, 450, 483
  • Power Station, Now. Started Working at
  • Sunderland, 255
  • Power Transmission Line Between Ottawa
  • River and Toronto. 569
  • Precipitation, Electrical, of Dust Produced
  • in Manufacture of Brown Coal Briquettes. 123
  • Recording Instruments Operated by Electric
  • Current, Value of, 123
  • Soviet Union, Electrification of, 599
  • Steel Mill Electrification in 1926, Harry A.
  • Winne. 95
  • Stourport, Addition to Electrical Plant. 599
  • Sweden. Electric Power Plant Construction
  • in Hand, 397
  • Tasmania, 88.000-Volt Transmission Line. 507
  • Transmission Systems. Interconnection of. 203
  • Turbo-alternator. 12,500-kW. Parsons. at
  • Perth. W. Australia, Conditions of Working, 69
  • Turbo-generator. 300-kW. Suggested Came.
  • of Failure, 425
  • United States Electric Power Compani,
  • Eighteen with Output Exceed !Ir! 1.000,000,000 kWh. 123
  • Victorian Electricity Commission's Acquisition
  • tion of Sorrento Electric Light Undertaking, 149
  • Water Heaters of Greater Capacity than 3 kW Forbidden in Victoria State, 309
  • YaHoorn Power Station. Victoria, Installation of Another Unit, 331
  • ELECTROLYSIS Damage in Victoria. Aus•
  • tralia, Permanent, Investigation Committee. 157
  • Electro-plating with Chromium. Combine for. 177
  • Electro-plating Solutions and Processes 203
  • Empire Council of Mining and Metallurgical
  • Institutions. 595
  • Engineering News-Record. Death of Editor, 358

EXHIBITIONS :

  • Antwerp. International Exhibition in 1930, 397
  • British Industries Fair, Considerable En•
  • largement of Space Allotted. 599. 629
  • British Industries Fair. 1928. Previous Space
  • Records Broken, 203, 4M
  • Chemical Industries Eleventh Exhibition in
  • Now York, 123
  • Fourth Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition, 1928..700
  • International Aeronautical Exhibition ire
  • Prague, 13
  • International Exhibition at Barcelona. 13
  • International Fair at Salonica, 131
  • International Industrial Exhibition in Tutu h. 281
  • Inventions Exhibition. 424
  • Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition in 1928. 345. 700
  • Model Engineers' Exhibition. 270
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne Projected Exhibition. 177
  • Physical and Optical Societies Exhibition.
  • Date Fixed in 1928. 490
  • Sydney, Projected British Empire Exhibition. 309
  • EXPLODING Wire Experiments, Professor
  • H. N. Russell, 95
  • Explosion of Cast Iron Steaming Box in Tex•
  • tile Factory. Comments on. 149
  • Explosion of Small Boiler. Board of Trade Comments. 539
  • Explosion of Steam Pipe. Cast Iron Pronounced
  • an Uncertain Metal for such Pipes. 255
  • Explosion on Steam Wagon, 599
  • Explosion of Stop Valve on Small Steamer, 281
  • Explosion. Very Violent. Chemical, Near
  • Hannover. 203
  • Explosion of Water-tube Boiler on Cargo
  • Steamer. 511
  • Explosives, Ammunition. &e.. Output in
  • Canada. 281

F

  • FACTORY, General Motors of Canada, Costly
  • Extension. 177
  • Factory for Magnesia Insulating Material Pro•
  • jected Near Darlington. 255
  • Factory for Production of Caustic Soda, New
  • South Wales. 403
  • Failure of Safety Valve and its Cause, 483
  • Fairs—see Exhibitions
  • Faraday House Electrical Engineering College.
  • Damaged by Accident. but Carrying on Work.
  • .523
  • Farm Electrification—see Electrical Matters
  • Ferry—ace Ship*
  • Fibre-board Plant for Gatineau. Quebec, to be
  • the Largest in the British Empire. 539
  • Fibres of Pineapple and Oil Palm. 'Valuable
  • but for Cost of Production by Present
  • Methods, 69
  • Fire-clay Deposit, Large, being Developed on
  • British Columbia Coast. 711
  • Fire Destruction of New Bridge Over Railway
  • at. Pittsburgh, 309
  • Fire Extinguisher which Freezes Flames, 123
  • Fire-fighting Equipment Test in Tunnels Under
  • a River. 599
  • Fire-fighting Tests, Foam Methods. 483
  • Fire-resistant Construction. 293
  • Fire-setting for Breaking Rock Underground.
  • Suggestion Under Consideration in Rand
  • Mining Industry. 711
  • Fires Increase in Province of Quebec, 352 •
  • Flax Growing in Northern Manchuria, 281
  • Flax for Textile Purposes. Company for Exploit -
  • ing New Process. 397
  • Fleming. Professor J. A.. Presentation of Portrait, 583
  • Floating Dock. 50,000 Tons. for Naval Base at
  • Singapore, First Section Launched, 657
  • Floating Dock. Last of Seven Sections
  • Launched, 685
  • Floating Dock for New South %Vales, 180
  • Floating Dock, Southern Railway. Southampton, Repeated. Removal for Bed Dredging, 397
  • Flood-lighting Equipment for Canadian
  • National Exhibition, 483
  • Flood Prevention in Queensland. Proposed
  • Scheme, 41
  • Floods Aftermath in the Mississippi Valley, 229
  • Fluctuating Flows of Water. Measurement by
  • Two Venturi Meters. 739
  • Ford Car Factory to be Put Up at Yokohama. 739
  • Ford Motor Company New Cars Design. 41
  • Foreign Tool Steel Selling. Warning to Pur•
  • chasers, 526
  • Forest Fires in the United States, Heavy Loss. 629
  • Forest Industries of Canada. Capital Invested
  • in, 177
  • Forest Planting in South Africa. 1925, 1926.
  • Highest Annual Record, 397
  • FosalKil Works. Colchester. 279
  • French Nitrogen Company to Carry On Process
  • for Making Use of Tidal Power, 539
  • Fuel Conference Proposed for Next Year in
  • London, 281

G

  • GAS Effluents Research. Experiments
  • and
  • Results. 309
  • Gas Made in Groat Britain in 1926. 281
  • Gas-making Plant. New, Projected for Halifax. 629
  • Gas Plant and Tank. Large, for British Colnin -
  • bia Electric Railway Company. Ltd., 425
  • Gatineau—sec Electrical Matters
  • German Plans for Gas Supply on Extensive
  • and Economical Scale. 69
  • Gladstone Dock. New. Ono Day's Tonnage
  • Passage. 177
  • Glycerine Produet ion from Molasses. 685
  • Gold-bearing Quartz Discovery in Nova Scotia. 69
  • Gold-bearing Roof Discovery in Nova Scotia, 341
  • Gold Mine. The Hollinger, in Canada. 483
  • Gold Mine. Sub Nigel, Transvaal. Extension of
  • Plant, 685
  • Gold Mines, Sub Nigel. Transvaal, Vertical
  • Shaft Sinking Preparations, 739
  • Gold Wire Drawn, 3500 Yards to 1 Ounce, 95
  • Government Departments, Closing of Some. 565
  • Grain Mill, Spillers, at Calgary. 483
  • Grand Trunk Canal Project, Bengal. to be
  • Abandoned, 685
  • Graphite. Natural. Sales in America. 229

H

  • HA1-HO Channel Connecting Tientsin with the
  • Sea, Question of Deepening, 629
  • Harbour Extensions and New Bridge Over the
  • Swan River at Fremantle. 711
  • Harbour Works at Haifa, 711
  • Hardening Copper. Ancient and Moth., n
  • Methods, 281
  • Hardware and Tools Production Industry in
  • Canada, General Increase, 487
  • Havana. Port of. Reclamation Works. 281
  • Havre and flimflam Better Means of Communication Wanted, 657
  • Heating by Bombardment with Cathode Rays. 539
  • Helium, Use of, in Production of Artificial
  • Atmospheres for Divers and Caisson Workers. 123
  • Himalayan Spruce and Silver Fir Rather
  • Stronger than Canadian and U.S. Varieties. 95
  • Hoists. Ore. for Butte Copper Mines. Improved
  • Types, 450
  • How to Get a Welfare Scheme Adopted. 384
  • Hydrodynamical Research on the Continent
  • and at Home. 149
  • Hydro-electric Plant of Gatineau Power Com.
  • patty, Third Unit at Work, 455
  • Hydro-electric Plant, 65.000 H.P.. to be Put Up
  • in Montreal, 69
  • Hydro-olectrie Plant Proposed for Indian Falls.
  • New Brunswick, 569
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant at Kolonnawa.
  • Ceylon, 149

I

  • ICE Thrust on Darns, 599
  • Illumination of Night-flying Routes in Germany, 483
  • Indexing, Institute of, 551
  • India Pneumatic Tire, Works Acquired Near
  • Renfrew for Manufact tire of, 7 1 l
  • Indication of Heavy Oil Engines, Unexpected
  • Trouble, 430
  • Industrial Designs, Competition of. Exhibition. 138
  • Industrial Possibilities. Hopeful, Elect ro -
  • chemical Experiments. 483
  • Investigations, Chemical and Biological, in
  • Regard to the Tees and Other Rivers. 657
  • Iodine for Extraction of Copper. New Process
  • in Chile, 13
  • Iron and Other Metals, Unusual Properties of.
  • After Oxidising Treatment. 280

IRON AND STEEL :

  • Argeni int, Government's Contract for 45.000
  • Tons of Steel Rails, 425
  • Austrian Iron and Steel Industry. Proposed
  • Working with Germany, 13
  • Blast-furnaces, Proposed New. at Steel
  • Works of South Manchurian Railway Company. 639
  • Canadian Steel Castings, 637
  • Cast Iron Pipes. Liability to Cracking from
  • External Pressure, 279
  • Chrome-nickel Steel Alloys. Result of Invest i•
  • gation. 95
  • East. African Trade, British and German
  • Competition for, 711
  • Embrittlomont of Stool by Hydrogen, 177

IRON AND STEEL (continued):

  • Germany Acquires American anti English
  • Patents for Rust-resisting Iron and Rust.
  • free Steel. 369
  • Iron Ore Reserves in South Russia, 511
  • Iron Ore, Valuable Deposits of, at Spring.
  • field. Nova Scotia, 711
  • Iron and Steel Industry and British
  • Foundryman." 420
  • Irrigation of 130.0110 Sterile Acres Projected
  • for Cotton and Sugar Production in Peru, 684
  • Manganese Deposits in the Sinai Peninsula,
  • Revenue for Suez Canal Company. 123
  • Manganese Shortage and No Satisfactory
  • Substitute for Steel Manufacture, 69
  • Molybdenum in Steel Alloys : Its Many Uses
  • in Industry. 657
  • Morgan Rod Mill's Reputed Rolling Performance at Worcester. Mass, U.S.A., 739
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers' Reports :
  • Furnaces in Blast. Pig Iron and Steel
  • Production in June. 69; in July. 203 :
  • in August. 309 : in September, 455
  • in October. 599; in November, 711
  • Nickel-bearing Rocks Deposits, Discovery in
  • the Society Islands, 69
  • Nickel. Bureau of Information on, 358
  • Nickel Ore Smelting and Matte Production.
  • Statistics at Sudbury. Ontario, 149
  • Nickel Ores in the Transvaal, Latest Discovery of. 123
  • Nickel Steel, Monel Metal and, Other Alloys, 149
  • Norway's Reserves in Titaniferous Iron Ore. 511
  • " Our Iron Supplies," Dr. A. Gilligan, 425
  • Pig Iron Cargo of Stranded Ship to bo Salved
  • with Magnets. 341
  • Pig Iron Output in France. 397
  • Pig Iron Output in the United States, 41
  • Pig Iron. Stocks of, Accumulation at Transvaal Ironworks. Furnaces Temporarily
  • Blown Down. 511
  • Queensland. Iron Ore Deposits in. Iron and
  • Steel Works Possibilities, 275
  • Steel Girder in a Durban Bank Building;
  • Largest in South Africa, 397
  • Steel Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings, 133
  • Steel t1 orks being Dismantled near Newcastle-on-Tyne, 281
  • Stockton Steel Foundry to be Reopened, 425
  • Tasmania. Proposed Manufacture of Stainless
  • Steel. 309
  • Transformations in Hardened Steel due to
  • Annealing. H. Hanemann and L. Traeger, 69
  • Trial Cargo of Iron Ore from Morocco for
  • Middlesbrough. 539
  • Tungsten Ore Said to have been Found in
  • British Columbia. 281
  • Two Furnaces Relighted at Ironworks at
  • Middlesbrough, 511
  • United States Manganese Ores Much Below
  • its Requirements. 41
  • Vancouver Ironworks. Ltd., New Shop, 281
  • Welded Steel Plate. Considerable Extension
  • of its Use. 95
  • IRRIGATED Land Acreage in Alberta, 177

J

  • JOHANNESBURG Railway Station, Concrete
  • Grand Stand Moved Bodily. 599

K

  • KALAHARI Desert's Conversion into a Lake,
  • Professor Schwarz' Proposal, 739
  • Keir, Steam-heated. Explosion of. 599

L

  • LABOUR Party and tho London Traffic Pool
  • Bill. 629
  • La Guiara Port. Far-reaching Improvements
  • Projected. 177
  • Lancashire Boiler Accident. 539
  • Lame Development, and Creosote, 455
  • Laterite:, and Lateritie Ironstones, 13
  • Lead Coating to Resist Corrosion, The Gross
  • Process. 483
  • Lead Heads Dated 1599 and Lead Stackpipes
  • as Good as Ever at St. John's, Cambridge. 455
  • I.ead Mine Discovery in Vunnan Province of
  • China. 511
  • Lead Paint Poisoning, Home Office Regulations, 611
  • Libraries and Information Bureaux, Special,
  • Association of, 368
  • Locomotive Manufacturing Plant Establishment in Australia Suggested. 739 86-Ton Lift by Ship's Gear in Australian Port, 483
  • Lightning Conductors, 470
  • Lignite By-products. New Zealand Company
  • Formed for Distillation of, 397
  • Lignite Utilisation Board. Saskatchewan,
  • Canada. Plant to be Taken Over by Colliery
  • Company. Important Developments Expected. 657
  • Lignite—see also Coal
  • Linoleum Factory near Sydney, 711
  • Liquid Fuels from Straw and Waste Vegetable
  • Material. Successful Experiments, 711
  • Long Island. New Harbour Proposed. 739
  • Long Service of Steel Works Employees in
  • Sweden. 501
  • Lorry. Heavy. Effect on Country Roads, 629
  • Imwelemperatitre Carbonisation—see Coal

M

  • MAGNESITE. Large Deposit on the Queensland North Coast Railway. 397
  • Magnetics. Application of, to Inspection of
  • Steam Turbine Bucket. Wheels, J. A. Capp. 123
  • Malaya's Increased Machinery Imports, 41
  • Manganese—sec Iron and Steel
  • Manitoba. High-water Danger at Brandon. Plan
  • to Remedy. 739
  • Manitoba Hydro-electric System Extensions, 13
  • Mansion House Receptions for Representatives
  • of Principal Industries, 13
  • Measuring Apparatus. Most Refined in Existence, 341
  • Mercury Supply and Binary Fluid Prime
  • Movers, 185
  • Metallurgical Equipment of Birmingham
  • Central Technical College, 425
  • " Micro-Asbestos," Various New Uses for. 177
  • Mine in the Transvaal. Use of Ice-couled
  • Ventilating Air, 341
  • Mineral. Rich Discovery in Northern Manitoba. 607
  • Mineral Wax to Replace Bees' Wax at Low
  • Cost, 95
  • Miners, Unemployed. in this Country May Find
  • Openings in Canada, 685
  • Mines in Belgium, Inspection of, 161
  • Mines in South Africa, Filling Worked-out
  • Stopes Preparatory to Work on Upper
  • Leaders, 309
  • Mines, Use of Electricity in. Improvements
  • Towards Insuring Safety. 560
  • Mining, Four Advanced Lectures in, Professor
  • Henry Briggs. 586
  • Mining District, of S.W. Africa. Ideal "%Voter
  • Storage Site in Granite Foothills, 425
  • Mining Methods in Siberia, 511
  • Mississippi River. Failure of the Banks of. 289
  • Molybdenito, Extensive Development of Large
  • Deposit in Quebec, 397, 657. 714
  • Montreal Company's Hydro-electric Scheme at.
  • Back River. 425
  • Montreal Harbour Improvement Scheme. 229
  • Motor Benzol Manufacture in Ontario. 483
  • Motor Omnibuses. Latest Type, in Western
  • America, 711
  • Motor Parking in London, Traffic Advisory
  • Committee's Recommendations, 695
  • Motor Vehicles Imported into Egypt. 425
  • Mountain Movement near Bellinzona Becoming
  • Dangerous, 539
  • Murray River, Excavations for Main Dam, 397
  • Mysore. krishnarajasegara Darn Nearing Completion, 341

N

  • NEWCASTLE Harbour, New South Wales,
  • Deepening, 229
  • Now South %%vale-s. Proposed Darn Over Edward
  • River, 483
  • New York Cable Between Hell Gate and Dunwoodie Power Stations, 685
  • New York, Holland Tunnel. Tests of Ventilating
  • Equipment and Fire-fighting Apparatus
  • Projected. 13
  • Newsprint Manufacture from Eucalyptus Wood
  • at Sao Paulo, Brazil, 255
  • Newsprint Production in Australia. Reported
  • Success of New Process, 455
  • Newsprint Production in Canada, 177
  • Newsprint Pulp Mills Projected fur Manitoba
  • and British Columbia, 41
  • Nickel—see Iron and Steel
  • Nitrogen Fixation Plant at Billingham. Extension of, 711
  • Non-ferrous Metals Research Association Co-operation Scheme. 13
  • Nova Scotia Rail Mill Rolling 8000 Tons of
  • Rails for India, 511

O

  • OIL.
  • " Atouronton " Discovery by Franciscan
  • Missionary 300 Years Ago. 229
  • Oil Depot. Large, to be Put Up at Tweedmouth
  • Dock, 657
  • Oil Extraction from Tar Sands of Alberta,
  • Plant for, 13
  • Oil at Lake Bungs, Victoria. Boring. 483
  • Oil Palm Cultivation in Federated Malay States, 229
  • Oil Pollution of Seas. C. S. Garland, 711
  • Oil Produced in California. Value of, 511
  • Oil Production from Shale in Tasmania, 369
  • Oil Search in Natal, South-West Africa and
  • Portuguese East Africa, American Drilling
  • Programme in Angola. 629
  • Oil Shale Plant. Experimental, Closed Down.
  • Studies of Best Methods of Refining Oil Being
  • Made in U.S.A.. 425
  • Omnibus, Six-wheeled, Further Addition to the
  • London General Company's Stock, 203
  • Ontario, Extension of Publicly Owned Elec
  • tricky Distribution Lutes, 397
  • Ore at Lead Mine Near Matlock, Rich Section
  • Discovered, 483
  • Oxy-acetylene Operating, The Right Method
  • and the Wrong One. 738

P

  • PAINT Works in the Bombay Presidency,
  • Competition of Imports. 369
  • Panama Canal. Slides of Earth and Rock, 177
  • Panama to be Converted into a Free Port of
  • Entry. Plans for Various Work Projected. 149
  • Panama Rain Record, 455
  • Paper Manufacture from Grass. Proposal, 711
  • Paper Mill, Large, in Ontario, Erection Begun, 425
  • Paper Pulp Mill, Very Large, Proposed Installation in Vancouver Island, 341
  • Paris, Central Heating System for, 657
  • Pekin and Tientsin Merchants, Proposed Re-opening of Grand Canal, 77
  • Peruvian Coast. Lighthouse Service Improvement, 511
  • Petrol Carburetter, Heating the Intake Manifold of. 629
  • Petrol Refinery Near Durban, Natal. 739
  • Petrol Tanks to Hold 5400 Tons Each, 735
  • Petroleum Industry, Conspicuous Problems of, 95
  • Petroleum Products from Canadian Plants. Out.
  • put front Various Refineries, 309
  • Petroleum Search in New Guinea, Australian
  • Government Move, 176
  • Phosphate, North African, Plant for Concentration of, 711
  • Phosphorus Production by Electric Furnaces in
  • Germany, 281
  • Photocell by New Process. Its Characteristics, 203
  • Picture Telegraph Service Between Vienna and
  • Berlin, 057
  • Pilohard Oil from Fish Factories of British
  • Columbia, 95
  • Piraeus, Improvement of Port, 229
  • Platinum Output of Canada and Other Precious
  • Metals. 309
  • Platinum Value Decreasing, 629
  • Pollution of Rivers and Streams, Joint Advisory
  • Committee for Ministries of Health and of
  • Agriculture. 569
  • Polytechnic Entrance Scholarships in Structural
  • Engineering. 239
  • Port of Capri, Laying Out, 511
  • Port Fairy Harbour. Victoria. 177
  • Port Improvements and Now Docks at Sao
  • Lourenco. Rio do Janeiro, 123
  • Port of Paita, Northern Peru, Contracts for
  • Works, 511
  • Portland Cement, Changes in U.S.A. Specifica•
  • tions, 255
  • Portland Cement Company Formed in Sydney.
  • Australia, 483
  • Portrait, of Professor J. A. Fleming, Presentation, 583
  • Post. Office (London) Railway Opening, 203
  • Post Office Telephone System Development. 711
  • Power Alcohol Manufacture in Australia, 685
  • Power Alcohol front the Nipah Palm, 203
  • Power Plant, Canberra, Australia, Expected
  • Output of. 255
  • Power Plant, Groat Falls, Manitoba, Fourth
  • Unit About to be Put in Operation. 711
  • Presentation by Vickers Ltd. to Sir 13asil
  • Zaharoff, 455
  • Prince of Wales' Farm at Lenton to be Supplied
  • with Electricity. 229
  • Prize Competition for Best Paper on Goodwill
  • in Industry. 551
  • Pulp and Paper Industry of Quebec, 483
  • Pulp and Paper Mill Projected for Nova Scotia. 620
  • Pumping Station, New, at Bilston, Equipment, 369
  • Pyrometallurgy, 62

Q

  • QUA It ItlES Near Swunago to be Reopened, 397
  • Quay. Deep Water. at North Shields, Progress
  • of. 369
  • Quebec, Lake St. John Railway, and British
  • Capitalists, 685
  • Quinze Power Plant of Canadian Corporation
  • to be Doubled, 341

R

  • RACE Timing. Automatic, by Use of Lamp. 09
  • Radio Research Station. Laboratory and Test
  • Room Destroyed by Fire, 685

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS :

  • Accidents :
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Analysk
  • of Inquiry Results. 569
  • Anniversaries of Accidents. 483
  • Broken Axle of Tender, but No had
  • Results, 229
  • Broken Coupling and Sensational Report. 281
  • Collision and Automatic Control, 149
  • Collision on Hertford Single line Branch. 539
  • Collision at Plaistow, Overlooked Signe.1%. 369: Report. 711
  • Cornish Riviera's Escape, 195, 229
  • Express in Collision with Goods %Vitgon-i
  • in Fog. 629
  • Fatal Accident to Driver at Sutton. 086
  • Fatal Injuries to Stationmaster, 397
  • Fortieth Anniversary of Disastrous Accident. 309
  • Freedom from Train Accidents on British
  • Railways, Statistics, 265
  • French Accidents. Two More. Both
  • Drivers Killed, 281
  • Hull Collision and Buffer Compartments,
  • Sir John Pringle's Report. 69
  • Passenger Deaths in Train Accidents,
  • Record of. 1927, 281. 685
  • Porter Killed at Cannon-street, 711
  • Prizes for Well-kept Track, 599
  • Rack Railway Between Montauvert and.
  • Chamonix. Disaster, 255
  • Railway Accidents Bluebook, 255
  • Railway Accidents of 1926, Report, 369 397
  • Report on Collision at Penistono, 203
  • Report on Collision at Sheffield, 425
  • Report on Collision at Wimbledon Delayed
  • Pending Recovery of Motormen. 629
  • Returns of Railway Accidents and Casualties, 123, 149
  • $evenoaks Disaster and Railway Companies' Methods. 256; Thirteenth Pm.
  • 'tenger Death, 281; Inquiry Closed. 309; Further Useful Information. 341
  • Inquest. 483, 511. 549. 599
  • Unexplained Causes of Accidents, 599
  • West Coast Express, Narrow Escape. 397
  • Aortal Ropeway—etc Coal
  • America's Centenary Exhibition, %%Phut, it
  • Means, 203
  • American New Diesel Locomotive's Economical Run, 09
  • Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Electrification
  • of Connecting Line, 69
  • Appointments and Staff Changes, 32, 41, 69, 95, 149. 177, 200, 255, 341, 369, 397, 455, 539. 739
  • Assam-Bengal Railway Programme. 149
  • Australian Commonwealth Railways. Federal
  • Control Advocated. 656
  • Almaden State Railways and Electrification. 599. 629
  • Automatic Coupling and Accidents to Rail•
  • way Servant*. Statistics. 667
  • Angnon and Nice, Projected Liinkingsup, 13
  • Baker-stroet Station, Utilisation of N'alualth•
  • Free Space, 221

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued)

  • Bank Holiday Traffic, 149
  • Belfast and County Down Railway. Pay
  • Reduction of 10 per cent.. 569
  • Belgian Tender Accepted for South Afriean
  • Wagons, 455
  • Bridge in France Shifted Intact to New Line, 41
  • Brown Coal Distillation for Locomotive Use. 483
  • Bnsnel's Timber Viaducts on Falmouth
  • Branch, 511
  • Burma, Extensive New Railway Construe.
  • tion Projected. 95
  • Burma Railways to be Transferred to State
  • Mana7ement after 1928. 711
  • Canadian Locomotive. Entirely New Type
  • and Largest. in British Empire. 41
  • Canadian National Railways. Now Terminus
  • in Montreal, 425
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Surveys for Now
  • Line, 68
  • Centenary of the First Railway in France, 56
  • Central Argentine's Record Report, 483
  • Central London Railway Remodelling Rolling
  • Stock, 483
  • Ceylon, Projected Railway Extensile
  • Tangalle. 123
  • Charing Cross Bridge. 71 I
  • Children's Half Fares, Suggestion. 149
  • Clogher Valley Railway's Losses and ton•
  • sequoia Reorganisation. 680
  • Coal Carriage Suggestion. 149
  • Coal Supply of London. Railway Arrange.
  • month. 369
  • Colour Light. Signalling. 539
  • Condensing Turbine Locomotive to bo tried
  • on Australian Railway. 369
  • Conway Bridges : Centenary of Telford's
  • Suspension Bridge. 309
  • Co-ordination or Competition in Road and
  • Rail Services at Cardiff and Glasgow. 309
  • Cost of Living Effect on Railwaymen's Pay. 41
  • Crampton Prize Awarded to Railway Engi•
  • neer, 455
  • Delivery of Merchandise by Railways said
  • to be Very Prompt, 511
  • Dynammneter Car, Now Type. on South
  • African Railways, 05
  • Early Railways, Engravings and Curiosities
  • Presented to York Museum. 13
  • Electric Locomotives. 72 Tons Weight.
  • Running in tiouth-West Africa. 569
  • Fare-cutting Competition, Road and Rail,
  • at Wimbledon and Belfast.. 309
  • Fifty Years Ago in Scottish Railway History. 425
  • Fleetwood Docks Jubilee. 425
  • Four Grouped Companies in 1925. Analysis
  • of their Expenditure. 309
  • alway as a Transatlantic Port. 177
  • Gauge Problem in India. 41
  • German State Railways' Experiments c i t Is
  • Locomotives Burning Powdered Fuel, .1,43
  • Germany's Electrified Mileage. 203

Great Western Railway :

  • Cornish Riviera Express. Slip Carriages
  • and Faster Travelling. 341
  • Cornish Riviera Non-stop Run. 123
  • Distant Signals Between Paddington and
  • Reading, 281
  • Fare Changes on the Great Western. 177
  • Great Western Company and German
  • Railways. Company to make Temporary
  • Exchange of an Officer. 425
  • Great Western Special from Plymouth to
  • Paddington, 602
  • King George V. Engine. Standard earring,
  • and Replica of 1837 Engine Sent to
  • Centenary Exhibition in U.S.A., 177
  • " Land Cruises " Introduced. 41
  • Old Line to be Removed. 177
  • Painting of Carriage Exteriors. New Style. 203
  • Severe Gradients on South Devon Line.
  • Brunet's Original Intention. 287
  • Signal-box. Now Type, at Newport. Mon.. 341
  • Suggestions of Employees. Percentage
  • .‘erepted. 203
  • swindon Excursions. 5.54
  • Torquay Line. Viaduct Reconstruction. 123
  • Trains' Punctuality. Notice of Company
  • to Drivers and Station Staff, 267
  • Grouped Companies. Four. August Results
  • of Passenger and Goods Traffic. 281
  • Grouping of Railways and Doubtful Improvement in Efficiency. 688
  • House of Lords. Proposed Inquiry into
  • Record of British Railways. 569
  • Hudson Bay Railway, Rehabilitation and
  • Construction. 123
  • " Hudson " Type Locomotive, Complete
  • Tests of, 341
  • India, Government Purchase of Locomotive
  • Company's Works. 7 1 1
  • Institutes and lust st talons, Railway—see
  • Associations
  • Interstate* Commerce Act. U.S.A.. Rates
  • Dispute in Courts of Law. 739
  • Isle of Wight Proposal for Tunnel tinder the
  • Solent. Reference to Previous Scheme. 95
  • Johannesburg New Railway Station. 41
  • Level Crossings of Public Roads Over Light.
  • Railways. 711
  • Light Motor Coaches for Goods Trains. Disadvantages of Proposal. 511
  • Local Conferences Between Railway General
  • Managers, 569, 599
  • Locomotive, Electric. Largest Motor Gene.
  • rator Type in the World. 599
  • " Locomotive Engineers " in Australia, 177

London Electric Railways Company :

  • Piccadilly c 'imam Underground Station, 569

London. Midland and Scottish Railway :

  • Bradford. Pre-war Schemes for Railway
  • Connections Revived. 13
  • Caprotti Valve Genes Success( id Tests, 685
  • Electrification of Long-distance Main
  • Traffic, Sir Josiah Stamp's Views, 599 4-6-0 Expresses, Naming of Fifty New, 281
  • Garston Docks Equipment. Sidings and
  • Lines, Improvement Plans and end. 309
  • Greenore to Belfast Route not to be
  • Restored, 617

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued)
London, Midland and Scottish Railway (continued) :

  • " Joint Stock " Sleeping Saloons, Explanation of Term, 203
  • Non-stop Rim. Longest in the World. 369
  • Reduction of Fares to Counteract Omnibus
  • Competition in North of Ireland, 91
  • Royal Scot's Notable Speed, 483
  • Sir Josiah Stamp's Circular Letter to Staff. 281
  • Winter Train Services. 229, 369

London and North Eastern Railway :

  • Coal Shipment from Grimsby Docks.
  • Largest Tonnage for Three Years, 511
  • Death of Mr. W. H. Kemp, 281
  • Eclipse, Appreciation of Special Train
  • Arrangements. 123
  • Electric Stoves for Kitchen Car Cooking,
  • Increased Use of, 657
  • Fenchurch-street Station Collision, Report.
  • and Recommendation, 195
  • Ifnll.day Excursions, Successful Results.
  •  :397
  • King's Cross to Newcastle Non-stop Train. 41
  • King's Cross Platform Accommodation
  • Improvements, 95
  • Punctuality of Up Expressos. 149
  • Railway Poster Appeal for Reciprocal
  • Patronage. 685
  • Rival Midnight Train to Scotland, 341
  • Steam Rail Cars and Sopor-Sentinel Locomotives, 203. 455
  • Track Maintenance Rewards, 203
  • Twenty-eight New Engines to be Named
  • After English and Scottish Shires. 629
  • Twenty Trips Without Losing a Minute. 229
  • Two Tunnels to be Opened Up. 569
  • Wagons. 2100 More to be Built, 95
  • Wembley Stadium Station, Now Name, 369
  • London Traffic. Co-ordination of. 369; and
  • Report, of London and Home Counties
  • Traffic Advisory Committee. 511
  • London Traffic, Pooling Question, 739
  • Main Line Electrification, No Schemes
  • America at Present. 341
  • Mansion House Receetion for Railway Men
  • of All Grades of Officers and Workmen.' 13
  • Marshalling Yard at Whitemoor, Sir R.
  • Wedgwood. 711
  • Melbourne Tramways. ea -0, in N nod
  • Electric Cars. 89

Metropolitan Railway :

  • Co-operation Between Officers and Men, 425
  • Interim Dividend Only 1 Per Cent., 118
  • Naming Electrical Locomotives, 455
  • New Electric Train Between Watford and
  • Baker-street. 13
  • Milk Carriage in Glass-lined Tanks, 483
  • Minos Department and Transport Ministries'
  • Abolition a Controversial Question. 739

Ministry of Transport :

  • Analysis of Work of Meetings of Railway
  • Advisory Committee and Railway Rates
  • Tribunal. 425
  • Railway Amalgamation, Proposed, Declined by Minister of Transport, 629
  • Railway Staff Census, Reduction in
  • Number of Employees. 425
  • Passenger Train Mileage. 1Vhat it Includes.
  • -)Prp
  • Railway Statistics for First Quarter of 1927. 69
  • Railway Statistics for March. 1927, 69
  • Railway Statistics for April, 1927. 123
  • Railway Statistics for May, 1927. 255
  • Railway Statistics for June. 1927. 309
  • Railway Statistics for July. 1927. 425
  • Railway Statistics for August, 1927. 569
  • Railway Statist ies for September. 1927, 085
  • Sovenoaks Derailment Inquiry. 309
  • Tramway Returns f or 1926 Issued as
  • Stationer.), Office Publication, 657
  • Montreal Projects. Huge New Central
  • Pe.ssenger Dep6t, 629
  • Motor Traffic by Railwnys. Application for
  • Government Soviet ion, 455

National Union of Railwaymen

  • Goods Damage and Resolution Tending
  • Towards 1 m prove men t , 123
  • N.U.R. and Other Trade Unions' Agreement on Question of Railway Shopmen. 425
  • Railway Companies and their Mon. Cooperation. 229. 255
  • Sympathetic Strike, View of the Railway
  • Review. 369
  • Thomas. Mr. J. H.. on Co-operation of the
  • N.U.R. with Railway Officials, 341
  • Ninety Years Ago on Certain Railways. 177
  • Non-stop Runs and Other Alterations. 65
  • Oil-burning Locomotives. Improvement in
  • Economy of, 629
  • Oil-electric Locomotives. Experiments wit I'
  • Larger Ones. 629
  • Ontario, Northern, Great Growth of Business
  • and Traffic. 657
  • Oystermouth Railway. Proposed Partial
  • Abandonment. 629, 685
  • Peak Forest Eighteenth Century Tramway.
  • Section of Track and Old Truck Added to
  • Railway Museum at York, 455
  • Piccadilly-circus Extensive Works and
  • I luacy, 229
  • Pennsylvania Limited " Forty-six Years
  • Old, 657
  • Quebec to Lake St. John, Projected Line.
  • Surveys for. 13
  • Rail Transport of Red-plate for Oil Tanker's
  • Engine. Traffic Clearance. 397
  • Railway Agreement, Twentieth Anniversary. 539
  • Railway Bills to Seek Powers to Employ
  • Road Vehicles. 599
  • Railway Companies' Modest Parliamentary
  • Demands, 629
  • Railway Companies and Road Transport. 085
  • Railway Electrification, 477
  • Railway Information Bureau, Statemont as
  • to Railway Charges, 455
  • Railway Level Crossings, F. Hurler, 711

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continua')

  • Railway Material Exports Statistics. 177, 199. 281, 397. 599. 711
  • Railway, 85 Miles Long. Projected to Servo
  • Mining Region, 657
  • Railwayinen's Celebration of Stockton and
  • Darlington Opening to Become an Annual
  • Event, 260

Railway Rates Tribunal :

  • " Appointed Day " for Now Scales of
  • Charges. 69, 95, 177
  • Private Wagons. Refusal of ltdotto to
  • Colliery Company, 685
  • Railway Rates and Charges from January 1st. 1928. 369, 483: Passenger Fare
  • Changes, 483
  • Trafford Park Company's Application. 539
  • Railway Returns for 1926. 40
  • Railway Revenue and Road Services, 229
  • Railway Sleepers' Long Durability in India, 69
  • listen. Exceptional. for Large Consignments
  • of Traffic. 599
  • Retiro Station. Buenos Aires and Maldonado
  • .1 unction. 149
  • Road Fund Assistance Asked Towards Reconstruction of Over-railway and Canal
  • Bridges, 657
  • Road Transport Operating Powers for Railway. Divided Opinion of Trades Unions, 739
  • Roumanian State Railways. Rehabilitation
  • Scheme. 118
  • Sleepers, Penumatie Tamping or Packing of. 569
  • South African Government Railways' Super
  • Excellence, Retiring Manager's Gratuity, 511
  • South African Railway Board Calling for
  • Tenders for Locomotives. 255. 397
  • South African Railways. Electric Trains to
  • Start on Two Sections. 123
  • South African Railways' Report. 739
  • South African Railways Road Motor Services Extension. 739
  • South African Railways' Sensational Earnings. 455

Southern Railway :

  • Colour Choice for Distant Signals in
  • Brighton Section, 309
  • Destination Boards on Electric Trains and
  • a Suggestion. 229
  • Dover, Three Routes Available for " King
  • Arthur " Engines, 13
  • Escalators to Replace Lifts at Waterloo, 77
  • Heavy Traffic in Milk. 397
  • Leatherhead Stations. Changes. 13, 95 •
  • London Bridge Station, Installation of
  • Loud Speakers, 599
  • Now Station at Epsom. Brighton Trains, 69
  • Nowbaven Harbour now the Property of
  • Southern Railway, Timber Pier to be
  • Replaced by Concrete, 629
  • Old Kent-road Station, Reopening Recommendation by Committee Declined
  • by Railway. 20
  • Punctuality of Passenger Trains Proved, 123. 483
  • Reorganisation of Buildings and Work at
  • Wimbledon Centre. 309
  • Romney, Hytho and Dymchurch Railway
  • Opened, 95
  • Rumours 114 to Electrification Between
  • London anti Brighton. 69
  • Spa•rond and Southwark Park Stations to
  • be Removed, 539
  • Suggestions by Members of Railway Staff
  • Welcomed, 511
  • Traders and Railway Officials, Loca
  • Conferences. 599
  • Trains to be Delayed during Culvert.
  • Strengthening in tunnel. 629
  • Vacuum Brako's Increased Use, 369
  • Wimbledon Station Reconstructed. 455
  • Wimbledon and Sutton Railway, 255
  • Steam-worked Trains and Live Overhead
  • Wires, 085
  • Stephenson Locomotive Society Wants £20, 309
  • Storm and Abnormal Rail and Damage to
  • Railways. 229
  • Street Delays and Heavy Loss to General
  • Omnibus Company. 680
  • Sunday Train Running under Legal Regulation, 123
  • Swedish State Railways' Trial Order for Steel
  • Rails. 569
  • Telephones at Rural Railway Stations. 569. 657
  • Terminus of Hudson Bay Railway Transferred to Fort Churchill. 309
  • Thornton, Sir Henry. Invited to investigate
  • Railways' Condition in Mexico, 511
  • Tilmanntone Ropoway Sanctioned. 711
  • Traffic. Passenger and Goods, Falls and
  • Increases, 539; Goods Traffic on British
  • Railways. R. Bell, Mr. Locket's Comments, 539
  • Transport. Railway and Road. Hoped-for
  • Co-operation in Working Scheme. 511
  • Tunnel, Railway. Moji-Shimonoseki Straits,
  • to be Constructed, 281

Underground Railway :

  • New Rolling Stock, 483
  • Staff Suggestion Scheme. Another Record, 657
  • Wagons for Coal Transport. Private and
  • Railway Ownership. Minister of Transport's Comment, 650
  • Wagons. Privately Owned. Statistics Asked
  • for, 13
  • Weather Effects on Electrical Services in
  • London at Christmas. 730
  • Week•end Tickets and Time of Issue, 09
  • RANDFONTEIN Circular Ventilating Shaft, 177
  • Reforestation in Canada, Quebec Province to
  • Join the Movement for, 425
  • Refraction. Vertical and Horizontal, in Sur.
  • vexing Observations. 511
  • Refrigeration Society. World's Oldest, 50
  • Research Association of British Paint Manufacturers. Opening of Research Station and
  • Laboratories, 256
  • Roads, 300 Modern, under Construction in
  • Fukien Province, China, 629
  • Roadstono Imports from Foreign Countries, 255
  • Rubber Factory, Now, at Delmore, S.A., 229
  • Russian Flooded Ridder Mines Successfully
  • Unwatered and Working Well, 739

S

  • SAFETY in Minos Research, Committee
  • Appointed to Report to the Board, 657
  • Safety in Mines Research, Test of Filament in
  • Miners' Lamp, 341
  • St. Johns, New Brunswick, Additional Steam
  • Ship Berths and a Huge Elevator, 657
  • St. Johns, New Brunswick, Enlargement of
  • Cargo-handling Equipment and 'Wharfs
  • Projected, 455
  • St.. Lawrence River, Dredging a Channel in, 629
  • St. Lawrence River in Winter, Suggested
  • Method of Keeping it Free from Ico, 569
  • Salt Mine, Malagash, Nova Scotia, Output to be
  • Increased, 569
  • Salt River Power Plant, Cape Town, 255
  • Sand Drifting on to Now Line in Australia, 685
  • Santiago, Chile, Council Approves Project for
  • Damming the Rio Laguna, 41
  • Santos Dock Company's Improvement Works,
  • Extensive Schemes Connected therewith, 149
  • Sao Paulo de Loanda Seaport, Improvements
  • Authorised by Portuguese Government, 599
  • Saskatchewan, Geological Survey being made, 281
  • Saw Mill and Pulp Mill on the Ecstall River,
  • British Columbia, 569
  • Sawmill Sawdust and Mill Waste Carbonisation, 483
  • Scholarships, Three Offered by Mr. Bridge, 281
  • Scholarships, Two Free, for Five Years, offered
  • by Canadian Pacific Railway, 281
  • Scholarships, Whitworth. 595
  • " Selective Flotation " Method of Concentrating Ores, 057
  • Sewage, Water-borne, Now Scheme for Gwelo,
  • South Africa, 41

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :

  • Brazilian Scout Cruisers. Reconditioned. 296
  • Brig Sunk in Canadian River in 1812 to be
  • Raised and Preserved, 69
  • Durban Inviting Tenders tor Steam Tug, 369
  • Harland and Wolff to Supply Boilers and
  • Propelling Machinery for Liner Statendam, 455
  • Lifeboat, Motor, Royal National Lifeboat
  • Institution, for Lancashire Coast, 397
  • Lloyd's New Set of Rules for Building and
  • Classification of Certain Yachts, 657
  • Mauretania's Fastest Voyage of Year, 229
  • Merchant Ships, Examination for Certificates
  • as Master or Mate, Inquiry into System, 577
  • Monthly Service of Motor Vessels, Danish
  • Company, Between the Tyne and North
  • America, 455
  • Motor Train Ferry Korsor, Very Large, 470
  • Quebec, Two Now Shipping N%'haris Under
  • Construction, 177
  • Ship's Cargo Discharged and Bunker Coal
  • Loaded in Extra Quick Time, 341
  • Swedish-American New Motor Liner, 711
  • Union Castle Liner Kinfauns Castle to be
  • Broken Up, :397
  • West. Hartlepool and Hamburg, Regular
  • Steamer Services, 341
  • White Star Projected Now Service, London
  • to Canada, 349
  • SILICA Refractories, Methods of Moulding.
  • A. H. Middleton and C. Bride, 255
  • Silver Ore Veins Discovery in Ontario, 229
  • Slate Cutting by Means of Stranded Wire, 341
  • Smoke Stack, Record Height., to be Demolished, 685
  • Soda Ash Increased Exports of, from Mogadi
  • Deposits, British East Africa, 711
  • Solingen Steelware Association Increases
  • Charges by 10 Per Cent. to Cover Rise in
  • Wages, 539
  • South African Inquiries and Suggestion of Overseas Department, 281
  • Southampton, Dredging of New Western
  • Approach Completed, 397
  • South Staffordshire Mond Gas Company,
  • Extensive Developments, 281
  • Soviet Government Engages Foreign Exports
  • for Russian Industries, 511
  • Spain and Portugal Ratify Agreement Relative
  • to the Waters of the Douro, 255
  • Spain and Portugal, Water Power Convention
  • and Proposed Economic Conference, 229
  • Spanish Government and Tenders for Alicante
  • Harbour Work, 308
  • Spanish Morocco, Economic Development of, 599
  • Spinning Mule Inventor's Mill of 1802 Destroyed, 483
  • Spontaneous Combustion of Oils, Animal,
  • Mineral and Vegetable. Comparison, 425
  • Standardisation of Ball Bearings, 479
  • Standardisation in Machine Construction in
  • France, 203
  • Steel--see Iron
  • Stop Valve Explosions—see Explosion
  • Storage Reservoir for Crude Oil in California, 539
  • Stream in Flood, Potential Energy of, 685
  • Suction Discs for Lifting Non-magnetic Alate•
  • rials, 455
  • Suez Canal Traffic Statistics, 13
  • Sugar Beet Lifters and Harvesting Machinery,
  • Demonstration Near Farringdon, 425
  • Sugar, Raw, in Queensland, Yield Estimate, 341
  • Sulphur in Japan, Annual Output of, 177
  • Sulphur Mine in China, 483
  • Sulphuric Acid in Canada, Production Statistics,
  •  :397
  • Surfacing Roads, Experiment in Alberta. 281
  • Surveys of Rivers Flowing into Bay of Fundy, 599
  • Sydney, New South Wales, Concrete to Replace
  • Wood Blocks for Street Construction, 149
  • Sydney, Now South Wales, " Science House "
  • Projected for Learned Societies Offices, 483
  • Sydney and Other New South Wales Ports, Increase in Imports, 41

T

  • TALC Deposits in South Africa, Very Large
  • Reserves Expected, 455
  • Tank Building, Suggested Improvement in, 599
  • Tasmania, Aerial Survey Proposed, 483
  • Technical College at Hangchow, China, 149
  • Technical College, New, Opened at Chesterfield, 462

TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY :

  • Cable, All-red, to Complete Connection of
  • Canada with Australia and New Zealand, 69
  • Cable for High Pressure, Hell Gate Station
  • Connection with Dunwoodie, 296
  • Telephone Development in Nine Loading
  • Countries, 397
  • Telephone Service of Sunderland to Become
  • Automatic, 317
  • Telephone Service, Tientsin and Mukden,
  • to be Extended, 629
  • Telephone Traffic Increase in London Toll
  • Area, New Toll Exchange. 657
  • Telephones, Abundant Supply in Ontario, 309
  • Telephones, World's Total and Analysis of
  • Distribution, 203
  • Underground Cables Replacing Overhead
  • Wires in Sweden's Telephone System, 69
  • TENDERS Called for by Hamilton, Ontario,
  • for Centrifugal Pump and Water-tube Boiler, 739
  • Thames Conservancy Meeting; Preservation of
  • Water in this Country a Serious Problem, 669
  • Timber Company in Mukden, Manchuria, to
  • Work Forests, 685
  • Timber, Projected Trial Shipment, from Victoria Forests, Australia, to England, 149
  • Timber Seasoning and Conditioning, Inquiries
  • by Wood-using Industries, 685
  • Timber Trees of Western America, Heavy Logging Railway Carried on Douglas Fir Logs
  • Over River, 685
  • Tin and Other Mining Industry, Application of
  • Electric Power Increases, 397
  • Tokyo Gas Company to Double its Output, 95
  • Tokyo Gas Company's Projected Holders, 177
  • Toronto Experiment, Greasing Electric Tramway Trolley Wires, 629
  • Toronto, Now Hotel to be Called " Royal
  • York," 143
  • Toronto's " Now " Union Station Opened, 286
  • Toronto, Ontario, Proposed Erection of Twenty-eight Storey Building, 599
  • Traction Engine Boiler Failure, 539
  • Tram Service Exchanged for Motor Onmilmses, 511
  • Transmission Poles, Wooden, Method of Setting
  • in Soft Soil, 177
  • Transport by Sledge Over Frozen Rivers
  • Devised for Siberia, 341
  • Trench Digger, Various Uses of Now Typo, 149
  • Tunnel, 29 Miles Long, Under Cascade Mountains, Projected, 599
  • Tunnel Between Windsor, Ontario, and Detroit, 281
  • Turbines for Susquehanna Power Company, 255
  • Two-stroke Aviation Engine Running on Petrol
  • Proved a Failure, 629

U

  • UNDERCUTTING Mica Between Commutator 4
  • Segments of Railway Motors, Machines for, 590
  • United States Typical Crude Petroleums,
  • Method of Analysis, 41

V

  • VANCOUVER Harbour Facilities for Handling
  • British Columbia and Alberta Coal for
  • Bunkering, 569
  • Vancouver Harbour, Projected Expenditure on, 177
  • Ventilation and a Fire, Professor Leonard Hill, 711
  • Viaduct Proposed at Sydney, 369
  • Viaduct,- Steel, Over Maribyrnong River, Near
  • Melbourne, 483
  • Victorian Outer Ports Development, Welshpool
  • Proposed as Port for South Gippsland, 341
  • Victorian State Irrigation Water and Catchments, 483

W

  • WATER-COOLING of Oil or (was Engine,
  • " Run-through " System, 425
  • Water Main, 36in., in California, Measures to
  • Expedite Laying, 511
  • Water Power Development at Bellows Falls,
  • Vermont, New Scheme of Development, 711
  • Water Power of St. Mary's River, Canada.
  • Development, 511
  • Water and Sewerage System of Caracas, Improvement, Tenders to be Called for, 657

WATER SUPPLY :

  • Aden's Supply of Fresh Water, After Dependence Solely on Distillation of Sea Water, 739

WATER SUPPLY (continued):

  • Coverack, Cornwall, Water Supply, Stec 1
  • or Cast Iron Pipes, Pros and Cons, 309
  • Delhi Water Supply Extensions, 177
  • Drought and Forest Fires in South of France,
  • Measures to Secure Water Supply, 455
  • Healesville, Victoria, Water Supply Projected, 149
  • Mousohole, Cornwall, Water Scheme, Tests
  • Disappointing, 309
  • Sand Filtration System of Montreal Water
  • Supply. 229
  • Sydney Water Board Report, 254
  • Sydney's Water Supply and Electric Power,
  • Alternative Schemes, 203
  • Wangaratta AVater Supply from (vii
  • River Recommended, 41
  • Waterworks at Honam, Plans for, 629
  • WATE FORD Harbour, Tenders Invited
  • Const ruction of Deep•water Berths, 341
  • Whitworth Society. Annual Commem
  • Oral
  • Dinner, 751
  • Whitworth Society, Summer Meeting, 53
  • Whitworth Scholarships, 595
  • Wire Rod Mill, Bursting of Engine Fly•whvol, 123

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY

  • Aurora Borealis and Radio Transmission, 13
  • Birmingham's Complaints of Broadcasting
  • Strength of 5GB, 369
  • Breguet Biplane Flying under Wireless Control, 669
  • Ar•Breinen Broadcasting Wave Length, 203
  • British Broadcasting and Question of Sharing
  • Benefits with our Colonies, 95
  • Experiment to Overcome Fading Trouble, 195
  • French Post Office Official's Valuable Invention for Wireless, 123
  • Ghent and Bruges, New Wireless Station
  • Between, 397
  • High-frequency Amplification, Functions of, 123
  • Japanese Wireless Telegraph Company's
  • Projected Station, 281
  • Nautical Wireless Stations on Land and
  • Ships at. Sea, Developments in Communications Between, 657
  • Netherlands Wireless Telegraphy Society,
  • New Annual Prize Offered, 41
  • Poland, 'Wireless Telegraph (Government)
  • Station, Broadcasting and General Increased Use of Wireless, 237
  • Radio Station, Experimental, in America
  • Heard All Over the World, 455
  • Radiophone Communication Between Engine
  • Driver and Brakeman at End of Freight
  • Train 11 Mile Long, 69
  • Short-wave Wireless Station at Nanking, 539
  • Sweden's Growing Enthusiasm for Wireless, 369
  • Trawlers and Wireless Telephony, Coast
  • Station Equipment for Use, 41
  • U.S.A. Patent Office, Enlargement of %Vireless Section, 123
  • Wireless Goods in Brazil, Virtual Monopoly
  • being Created by United States, 511
  • Wireless Telegraphy on Ships, New Rules, 95
  • ISruchow, Wireless Stations there and in
  • other Towns of China, 13
  • WOMEN in Mines in Certain Provinces of
  • India, Gradual Exclusion Decided on, 177
  • Woolwich Arsenal, Another 6 Acres Acquired
  • by Co-operative Society, 262

Z

  • ZEEBRUGGE Mole Alterations, 13
  • Zinc Refining Plant to be Started in British
  • Columbia, .539



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